The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 31
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
Page 31
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a.) Upptf De« THuwday, April 4, WSf former Lakota Mechanic Dies In Florida City Lakola — Harvey Johnsoh of Port Lauderdale, Fla., passed away Wednesday and funeral services were held there Friday afternoon. . Mr Johnson was well known here since he worked as a mechanic for the W. E. Ley Motor Co. for several years. The Johnson family moved to Clarion Where 1 they lived until last year when they moved to Fort Lauderdale Mr Johnson is survived by his wife Elizabeth, a daughter Betty of Washington, D. C., and a son Harold of grandson. Delaware, also one While living In Lakota Mr and Mrs Johnson were members ; 01 the Presbyterian church and both sang in the choir. They were also active members of the American Legion and Auxiliary. Home From California Mr and Mrs Fred Schroeder arrived home Thursday from a six-week visit in California with their daughters, Mrs Robert And- Works tio°es "Extras" is right... and you'll 'them only in Wolverines find right places. in-the ewoh and family at Nations City, Mrs Eugene Blome o Los Angeles and their son Win ston and family of National City They were forced to drive extra miles to get blocked area. aroiind the snow Style No. 721 extra wear When you want man-size wear — here's a work- shoe with plenty of it. Made of naturally tough Shell Horsehide for miles more wear. extra comfort ... Although tough for extra wear, Wolverines .are actually soft as buckskirt . . . Triple-tannS soft tool a " excluslve P™^. They dry out extra value Wolverine shoes give you this extra long wear and extra softness at no extra cost to make them the top value for your workshoe dollar. them at.. LEUTHjQlJE Ralph Boeckman accompanied his parents of Jordan, Minn., to Phoenix, Ariz., Thursday, where the elder Boeckmans are looking for a suitable location to move -later in the year; Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder are parents of son, Russell Arvid, weight 8 pounds 2 ounces born March 27 at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mrs Schroeder is the former Barbara Winter. Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland arrived home Friday after a six week visit in De Ridder, La. with] ihe. letter's cousin, Mrs Florence VlcAdams. Enroute they spent a day with Dr. and Mrs R. L. Williams in Rogers, Ark. and Mr and.Mrs Wade Ball at Wheeling, ^o; Friday they called at the J. r. Whalen home in Des Moines o yisit with Mrs Harriet War- jurton. Mrs Elizabeth Schaper wa*s in Des Moines Thursday on business md also visited with Mrs War)Urton. Ben Farrow has returned home fter a few days in the Esther- /ille h'ospitaL Mrs E. A. Wortman is visiting sister Mrs Robert Obrecht and husband in Springfield, Mo. M Obrecht is seriously ill. 'Mr and Mrs Curt Anderso. and baby were visitors for sev eril days With Mrs Anderson' parents, Mr and Mrs Ernes Christ. The Andersons were en route to their new home in Lo Angeles, Calif, from Chicago Sunday visitors in the Chris home were Mr and Mrs Edwin Christ, Lake Mills, Mr and Mrs Albin Nelson and family, Buffalo Ceriter, Mr and Mrs Arnold Brandt, Titonka and the Alfred Christ family. Mr and Mrs Albert Hans of Willmar, Minn, were Saturday and Sunday visitors with Lakota relatives. They were overnight guests of Mrs Mary Zoller and Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs George Schroeder. Other dinner guests included Mrs Zoller, Mrs Wm. Hans of Rudd and In Car Mishap On Way Home To A Funeral Butt — of Mr and Mrs Melvin Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Walter Hans Swea City were afternoon tors. Mrs Jeyry Heetland left Sunday afternoon for Estherville where with other Presbyterial board members she was a guest of the" Estherville P.W.O. at a 5 O'clock dinner. The, spring meeting of Fort Dodge Presbyterial met Monday. Several local P.W.O. members attended the meeting M6nday. 'Mr and Mrs Russell TePaske and boys of Humboldt were Sunday supper guests of Mrs Mary Zoller and in the evening attended the Mariners meeting in the Presbyterian church. Senator Alben Barkley of Kentucky was the fourth man in history to be elected to the senate after serving as vice-president. \ Donna Naumsjt was enroute to Burt from lav/a City Saturday morning, when her car was hit in the rear as she was slowing down for a car coming from a driveway. Miss Nauman who is a nurse in Iowa City was coming to attehd last rites.for net grandfather, Henry Dacken. She / did not reach home however due to damage to her car. She was not injured to any extent. ,'''•• Mr and Mrs Guy C. Giddings attended last rites in Whittemore Thursday, for the letter's brother^ he late Alfred Ward. Attend- ng also were Mrs Nettie Fisher, vlr and Mrs Lawrence Doege Carl Reynolds, and Mr and Mrs Wm. Giddings. . • The Jolly Ten Club members were entertained at the home o,f Bertha Koestler Saturday after'- hoon. All members were present but Mrs Kenneth Sarchet. There were several guests. « Mrs Lawrence Doege was hostess to the Jolly Ten group at her home Monday afternoon. This meeting was postponed due to the weather, last week. The Conservation League will .called at the Lloyd Bartlett homi Sunday afternoon, Janice Larseft attended thi birthday tiarty 6f, Ellen Smid nday afternoon atiHfe Stembn Sun Smidt home. sponsor a card party and meeting to be held April 6th at the V.F.W. Hall. Meeting to start at 8:00 o'clock. Lunch will be served.; Mr and Mrs James Frederickson of Alta are parents of a son born to them March 20. The baby has been named Brian James and he has two sisters Sandra Joe and Candace Rae. Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel and Mr and,Mrs Ed Frederickson are the grandparents. Anita Moore 'had a birthday party Sunday afternoon. Quests were,her little friends and classmates. She was eight years old April 1st. Allen Stewart, daughter of M> and Mrs Roscoe Stewart of Port* land, who has been attending the University of Iowa* at loWa City, has been asked tb join the Alpha Lambda Delta, national honor society for freshman women. To be eligible a student must maintain an average of 3.5'. : : Mr and Mrs Herbert-Nelson, Holly and Kevin spe'nt , Sunday afternoon visiting Mrs Nelson's mother, Mrs Mary Michaelsen at Titonka. They called at. the Henry Nelson home but found they had gone to visit a daughter and family Mr arid Mrs Lowell Jaspers of Carpenter, H, Myrna Norland and Sharon Carroll visited Linda - Nelson Sunday afternoon. " . ... .Mr ,and Mrs Robert Kain were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the C. L. Young home and Mrs Ramon Bisque of Mr _ ^ Ames were weekend guests. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen visited at the Ronald Ortman home Sunday afternoon. Beverly Larsen and Donna Mr and Mrs Roberi Skllllftg surrounding states had establish ed boundaries before Idaho was created, Idaho was the remaind er. s oe of irvUtgtoft were* Suflday fling callers. Mrs Frank Tleriari, a rkugTiter •in'Iftw of Mrs. Elteabeth Keft nedy, passed away Friday morn i!ig at Garner, Mrs! Kennedy aftu son Homer were at'the Tie nan home Saturday. The fiinera will be Monday afternoon a Garner. Mrs Tienan has been' in poor health ^or sometime with heart condition. V Mr and Mrs Barney Salisbury and little-son Byron visited at the • parental; Bernard Leeper home Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Leonard Daniels of Hurt visited at the Phelps home Sunday afternoon. Mrs Victor Fitch and Judy called at -the Ed Zwlefel and Henry Nelson home in Titonka late Friday afternoon and >alsb toured the new homes, of the Bill Boykens and Isenbrants in Titonka that have just been com- sleted. They are indeed, beautiful to see. . "When our Great Scorer, comes to write against your ' name, He writes — not that you won or lost — But how you played the game." the meeting. Frank Walton, Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch The N.F.O. Supper . at Burt Saturday evening was well at- ended, among those going from Portland were: Mr and*Mrs Geo. arson, Mr and Mrs Stanley Lar>en, Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf • Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary, Mr? and Mrs W. J. Stewart, Mr and Mrs Roscoe Stewart, Mr and Mrs -iloyd Bartlett and Mr and Mrs VTike Arend. The Burt Band VIothers served the supper and t was held at the Burt High School. Miss Linda Nelson entertained ome of her friends at an Oyster upper, in her home, Saturday vening. Those present were Sharon Carroll, Janice Harms, udy Stecker, Myrna Norland, Jarlene Callies, Betty Hatten ancf *Jancy Tjaden. Rev. and Mrs Max Goldman were Friday supper guests at the •"Men Larsen home last week. Supt. and Mrs W. P. Truesdell Teeter attended the MYF District meeting Sunday ^afternoon and evening at the Methodist Church in Algona. About 300 youns folks attended " Mr and Mrs „.„.. Fayeth and Eugene of Pluver! Iowa called at the Bernard and Charles. Phelps home Friday evening to help Mrs Bernard Phelps celebrate her birthday. Mrs Walton and Mrs Phelps are sisters. Friday evening supper guests at the Ray Fitch home were Mrs Fitch's two sisters and husbands, Mr and Mrs Ben Potter arid Mr and Mrs f George Johnson all of Algona. A daughter and son-in- who To Speak At Burt '/Miss Betty McConkey, formerly worked with an .ex- Communist leader, will speak at the Presbyterian church at Burt Tuesday evening, April 11, at 8 p.m. She spoke in Algona some months ago. The public is invited. Council Minutes The Council met In adjourned session March 13, 1957 wlfh Mayor Cameron C. Shlefk. In the chair, and the following Councilman present: Eugsne H. Fufst. Leon H. Laird, Arn6ld W. Elbert, John Orsesman, V. M. Persons, Bytori P. Rich*' ardson. . the minutes of the last meeting were read and apprdved. ' • John Glsch appeared before the Council requesting information on Installing a sanitary sewer line on his property. Petition requesting a Storm Sewer to be nstalled In the vicinity of blocks 264 265 and 266 Calls Addition was read an -eferred to the Supt. of Public Works. The annual report of the Library wa iubmltfed to the Council and filed, Resolution considering the propose widening of Highway 169 In the Clt .imlts according to the plan on file I he Clerk's office was adopted and ap iroved. Resdlutlon Installing parking meters o South Dodge Street was adopted and ap roved, . Ordinance No..387 establishing, tha po won of Supt. of Public Improvement r as adopted. • Resolution concerning Clerk's comperl atlon was passed and approved. Builders permit submitted by Eliza An le was rejected. The following permits S!S, 9 rantedl . N°-. 2897 Louie Lenz, No 898 Louis N. Kelley and No. 2899 Wer er Struecker, Following claims were approved: General Fund avid Smith, Salary $ 122.52 Igona, Upper Des Moines, ,h e ?'l LPHblleatlonf ......... 10.00 Mid-West Service Co., Dlssel Fuel 107.76 Kent Mbfor Co., Repairs .21*.^. 5.94 Gruss Industries, Inc., Materials - 34,25 Greenberd Auto Supply, repairs . 13.48 Arnold Motor! Supply, Merchandise 21.94 Zep Mfg. Corp,,Merchandise .t 24.98 Hilton's Super 1 Service, tire & fe- pairs ..._w.. .... , 193.60 AlSbna Imp. Co., repairs 3.90 > Public Safety Fund Albert Boekelman, salary ...... 181.52 Richard Gr6«n, salary .^_....... 14B07 Ernest Hutchl-uyi, salary ...... 14691 Peter Jorgehsori. salary i 130.60 Illam Ankehbauir, salary"™ 12153 James Vdlflf, salary .£. . „ 10867 Ira Kohl, salary J.<..1."~1~ 20 00 Iowa State Bank, wlthhdldlhg tax 77.'10 James Vo gt, clothlma allowance . 83,30 Al Boekelman, expense .; 5 00 7onA'e D A^tn f. T*«.l«. .l.t._ .... Ji^ . —••—«» 104 Mrs Laura Neister, Bag la Grove's oldest citizen recently, celebrated her 104th birthday at the home of her daughter'. She is still .in exceptionally good health and still wipes the dishes three times a day. The irregular shape of Idaho came about because all of the _ . dyan«e -^Publishing, Legal Pub- ' licdtjpns - ; 21 1 Utze7lfs,ff0fflce 'supplies .Jit. ' 14,84 Matt, ParTOtt & Sonsv Co., Storage Files „ . 28 20 Dr. Shlerk, Expense e'.SQ Joe HelderScheldt, Refund ."'... l.oo 7 •:>•:> Street Fund 1 Jess Lastibrook, Salary .. I... 13797 Albert Pergande, Salary ... 115.45 Glenn Jurtiv Salary • 1 115.45 Richard Frambach, Salary ...... 99 65 Raymond Metzen Jr., Salary ... 98.45 Donald Prew, Salary . 11345 jowa State Bank, Withholding • tax i 50.00 Gordon .5. & Falrie Kuhn, Installment Of Real Estate . 700 00 Treasurer of Kossuth Co., Taxes 2o!oo R. J. Funk Plumbing & Heating, Materials 55,13 Headless Dressed Fresh Frozen NORTHERN PIKE lb. 19c "HI LO" DAIRY TREAT ' CHEESE SPREAD 2Lbs.49c LEAN SMALL SLICED or PIECE PORK LIVER HOCKS .. Lb. 29c .. Lb. 19c ARMOUR'S STAR Picnics, 6 -8 Ibs. Lb. 29c FRESH — LEAN — NEAR-BONELESS PORK ROAST......... Lb. 39c Premium DRIED BEEF, 4-oz. pkg. 29c U. S. GRADED GOOD ROUND or SWISS STEAK. .Lb. Me SWIFT'S PREMIUM _ ARMOUR'S STAR - BATH'S BLACKHAWK SLICED BACON, extra lean. .Lb.59c ROLLED- BONELESS LEAN PORK LOIN ROAST ...... Lb. 69c Garden Seeds - Onion Sets, Plants — Seed Potatoes Complete Line Fresh F ruits and Vegetables LIBBY'S NO. 2 CAN TOMATO JUICE 2for29c HERSHEY'S CHOC. CHIPS .... 12 oz. 39c APPLE - APPLE STRAWBERRY - GRAPE - CHERRY - BLACKBERRY JELIY - 10-oz. glasses 5 for 89c FI UFFO 3Lb.can 98c KING SIZE PIILSBURY PIE CRUST MIX.. 2 pkgs. 29c MOTHBAN MOTH KILLER .... tfZTn* GLO-COAT SELF POLISHING WAX - (CAN KLEIN FLOOR FREE) Quart™" Caulif lower.... hd.25c Asparagus.... Lb. 25c New Potatoes, 4 Ibs. 25c CRUSHED Pineapple ..2 cans 25c Dill Pickles.... qt. 25c Daily Deliveries SORENSEN'S GROCERY Ph. CY 4-3591 Cy 4-3592 Pratt Electric, Repair traffic" lights Lyle Si'gns,' Inc., traffic sigra II A gona Welding Works, signs .. Algona- Electric, repair flasher . W. C. Brown Supply, Supplies .. Norton Machine Works, Repairs . 40.17 54.10 14.00 5.50 118.22 29.68 1.50 & Television, radio service ___J „.. Chrome Service Station, tire repair .... .... ......i 1 ... Advance Publishing Co., subscription ...1 ... .. . 250 Hutzell's, office supplies 2)99 City Clerk, advance cash 5.68 Algona Fire Co., Servlca 21700 Willis, Canvas & Upholstering. ' 'Shop, salvage tarps 59.00 Hooker Supply Co., merchandise 23.05 Pectron Corporation, 'flreeall receivers .. . 99990 „ , Sanitation Fund Reakus Helmers, Labor 1-.... 47 12 Reiner Helmers, Labor 4S.06 George Welfl, Jr., Labor 42.07 James Egll,, Salary 148.95 Fred Gronbach, Salary 99 AS Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 15'30 Treasurer of Kossuth County, : taxes- • __• 12 4S East End Foundry, Inc., mer- " chandise _ • 20 T5 The Register & Tribune, Ad 'for" Engineer .. 14 40 Harris Janitor Supply Co., mdse. 2o!35 <. J. Funk, repairs ...... 54 49 Pratt Electric, mdse 2'10 Norton Machine Works, repairs . lo'46 Amon's Davis Paint Store, paint . 3.05 Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co., materials * . 390 Cities Service Oil Co., fuel oil -. 99.37 3rown Supply Co., .mdse. . 26.25 u i, n u' es Co " mdse - 59.98 Hall-Strahorn, electric.. drill ' _.. 44 95 ';> i-'. • Recreation Fund Algona Community School District, rent for gyrn -— 35.00 Debt Service owa 'State Bank, interest 603.75 owa State Bank, Interest 96 00 owa State Bank, Interest '12375 owa State Bank, interest 12375 Airport Fund 31500 ' Ugona Community School District, taxes ________________ owan Building Supply Coi.'Tndse" resco-Unlon Elec., electricity . 4296 'on Service Co., fuel oil & kerosene -------- ..... ... 19779 Parking Meter Fund aymond Krebs, salary ________ . 15016 ancy Sands, salary __ ; ____ _ 7 O 05 owa State Bank, withholding tax 3620 J.. Cowan Contractor & Builder, air compressor & operator ... 6.00 ty Clerk, advanced cash _____ .82 *50 SUIT JUST REGISTER YOUR NAME AT HUB CLOTHIERS BETWEEN NOW & EASTER • . . IF YOUR NAME IS DRAWN YOU MAY CHOOSE ANY $50.00 SUIT FREE (No Purchase Necessary — Jusl Slop in and Register Your Name) OR IF YOU PURCHASED A SUIT DURING THIS PERIOD AND YOURS IS THE NAME DRAWN WE GIVE YOU A f 500 SAVINGS BOND FREE! NOTHING LIKE THIS EVER BEFORE! Ypu very probably need ««^ want q new suit for Eatter wear . . . why P not comS to Hut Clothier* where both selections and price* «over a broad range . , . and where you as a suit purchaser might be the redniJnt of a $500.00 savings bond FREE! Yes, ifs the Hub's Easter Sur prise, and what a 'surprise' I Come in now for a look at th«t suit you want J nqi Drawing To Bo Held 5:00 P.M. Saturday, April 20 (Day " AU6QNA.IQWA

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