The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 10
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r t-AI0*fttt Oo.) Upper &** Molne* Thurtday, April 25, 195? Watnem, Kemna Reelecfed Ottosen Co-Op By — Members of the local Farmers Co-Op Elevator gathered Tuesday evening in thq Commercial Club building for thel* annual meeting. Leonard Cowden, head of the petroleum department of the CCA, was the main speaker. Other numbers on the program included numbers by a men's quartet from Bode. This group Included David Engel, SeVerre Solheim, Conrad Rossing Bhdl jDale Vigge accompanied by Mm David Engel. From the Twin Rivers High School, students who took part included a trumpet trio, Joe Madsen, Curtis Larson and Larry Joiner, accompanied at the piano by Martha Usher, and a cornet solo by Susan Larson accompanied by Severre Solheim. Percy Watnem and Edward Kemna were re-elected directors. Other directors are Lran Schneider, George BruellnVan, Erling Malmin, Ralph Jacobson and Lenhard Holden. Lunch was served by & group of ladies from the Lutheran Ladies Aid. Members of the Presbyterian Women's Organization met Friday afternoon in th^hurch parlors with Mrs Earl^Jpg and Mrs Anna Piirdy hostesses. Mrs Albert Thorsen had charge of the program. Mrs Alfred Schultz had the lesson. Mrs Mike Frohling and infant son returned home Wednesday from Emmetsburg Hospital where the baby was bora April 13. The baby has been^Riarned Steven Michael. Mrs Ffohling's mother, Mrs John Tapper of Kamrar came the same day and has been helping with the household duties. Wanda Jacobson, daugter oi 1 Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Conley Daniel, son of Mr and Mrs Loran Daniel and both students at Waldorf College, spent the Easter weekend at their respective homes. Mrs Antone Speich returned home Wednesday from Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge where she was a surgical patient. Since she returned home she has had many visitors. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Lee hgme were • Mr and Mrs Maurice Halsrud and family of Bradgate and LeRoy Worby. Mrs Ann Peterson of Lincoln, v Neb. is visiting at the H. J. Nielsen home. Mrs Peterson is a sis* ter of Mrs Nielsen. •Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrs- pann and family were Easter Sunday dinner geusts at the home of her parents,. Mr and Mrs O. W, Thomas at Fort Dodge. Edwin McLuen, student at Drake, spent the Easter weekend at ' the parental^ K. R. McLuen home. Mr and Mrs W. G. Cooper visited Easter Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Enockson at Humboldt. , Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Coyle home were Mi and Mrs Dallas Coyle and daughter of Fairmont, Minnesota, Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle and family of Bode and. Mr and MTC Donald Brandhoij and family of Put away clothes storage problems! , dppp nw out-ofirown c!oA« feto fa Su*Nu Stooge Box. «o4 WB9B it'* enamfd full, let us have W 3*4 Wf cujMc feet pf 8pM « MMKHSOdbtM dothe« galore , , , fttiU, cicMU. dresMt, blankets, mwr, MM? ftrtidM «T Nothing or fabric, «'« mort, each piece recejw* ffdwm Skf*N» dry ctemttr'f thaj replaces iMtUa , . . k«ps fabric. , toft, wrinkle-free, ratify tf wear «*«« you need ikem. C«M| Ow Su*N» Stonft Box Pl«, »W« for atoria« M moy clo trrai e*s ft into tbi* giant box — •i for M* bw price. The safe, eo«. MfeM, ««rry -fm w»y u> uore At Paif Owr ftt^ulwr Low * W mfff Ptww CV ALGONA & ' •ilJlp!PP!PJ^ ' ^W^W^W^ff^^^^»W^;• Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Haroid Dale and Debbie of Dakota City visited Easter Sunday evening with her parents, Mr and Mrs Magnus Bratiand. Mr tsnd Mrs Deanne Tel ford and family jpent Easter Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mi's William Moench at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs George Warrior of Iowa Falls visited Friday afternoon at the Ealph Rkhards home. They were enroute to West Bend to the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Art Frieden. The Frieden's son-in-law was killed in an automobile accident last work. Mr and Mrs Ray Frieden and family were Easter Sunday evening supper guests at the Edwin Banwart home at West Bend. Easter Sunday evening supper guests at the Percy Watnem home were Mr and Mrs Paul Watnem and Paula Jean and Dr. and Mrs H. J. Classick of Belmond, Phyllis Bell and Jim Rock of Pierstm and Mr and Mrs Allan Watnem. Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz and family were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of his parents. Mr and Mrs Charles Salz at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann and family and Mr and Mrs Peter Enockson were visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Bertha Jacobson. Evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family and Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family. Mr and Mrs Don Lange of Cedar Falls visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Long Saturday nnd Sunday. Other dinner guests Easter Sunday at the Long home were Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and family of Bode and evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Herbert Lange nnd Helen of Sutherland. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Anna Longseth were Mr and Mrs Joe Longseth and family of Nevada, Mr nd Mrs Harold Sundet and family of Algona and Mr and Mrs Melviu Longseth and family of Mallard. Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel. Mr and Mrs Robert Olson ana family of Ames were Saturday evening supper guests at the home of his parents, Mr and AL-i Earl Olson. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Knut Oppedahl home were Mrs Bertha Oppedahl of Fort Dodge, Richard Oppedahl of Appleton, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofiu? visited Easter Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Alf Lee and family at Stratford. Mr and. Mrs Thprstpn Satern of West »Ben<l and Mr and Mrs Lowell Shclgren and family of Gilmore City were Easter Sun- day dinner guests at the Roy Enockson home. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Kinseth home included Mr and Mrs Robert Naeve of Dakota City, Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs M-. O. Kinseth and family of Algona. Mr find Mrs Richard Kinseth and family and Mr and family. Mrs Olvin Haug and Lakofan Gets Skin Grafting After Burns Lakola — Paul Boeckman was hospitalized Friday until Monday at Buffalo Certtrr when he had skin grafted on to the burned area. He had been burned severely in March when his clothing caught fire from the lighted burner of the stove. Infant Bapliied Randy Lee, infant son of Mr and Mrs Dwayne Lester, was baptized Sunday morning by Rev. Harlan Kruse at the Presbyterian church services. Mr and Mrs Lester entertained at dinner following the services, with the babies' grandparents, Mr and Mrs Vancie Lester of Elmore and Mr and Mrs Edmond Lester and Sandy of Blue Earth as guests. Mr and Mrs Don Worlman attended a reunion of their class of Macalester College in St. Paul, Saturday. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dewey and children of Sac City arrived Friday evening to visit Mrs Dewey's parents, Mr and Mrs J. E. Ukena. Mr and Mrs Royce Hippen and baby have returned from Waterloo where he was employed during the winter. TheAf are with Mr and Mrs William Hippen until he finds other work. Mrs Lawrence Lewis is recuperating at her home from recent surgery. Her mother has been here from Perry assisting with the housework. Frank Lewis, Gerald and Gwendolyn Bierstedt, students at Luther College. Decorah, were at their homes for Easter' vacation. The various groups of the vocal music department will present a program at the school at 8 p.m., April 30. These groups recently appeared at .a district contest in Fertile. Mr and Mrs A. .E. Anderson,' Sherry Lou and Cheryl Rae were Saturday and Sunday visitors in West Union with Mrs Anderson's mother, Mrs Ethel Ballard. The PTA held a very successful bake sale and lunch Wednesday in the City Hall. About $95'were cleared. •> • Paul Westerlund of Bricelyn, with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Gus Koppen. Mr and Mrs Jasper Smidt have returned home from where they have been visiting -Mrs Smidt's aged mother and otfter relatives for several months. Larry Gerzema left last week for six months of Array service; He graduated from a four yea* course at Macalester College, sC Paul, recently. Mr and Mrs- Roger Kromirigi have moved from the apartment! in Mrs Art Lester's house to th$ Kline house recently vacated bl Mr and Mrs Paul KockJer. { Mrs Burdette Hoeppner aU tended a District Farm BureaJ meeting at Mason City Monday. Mr and Mrs James Meurer had as their guests (his weekend) James' parents. Mr and Mrs John Meurer, who were enrout^ to their home at Amboy, Minn.J from a winter visit in Florida. • Mrs Rosa Rahmstock is stay* Ing at the Wilfred Radig home af Lone Rock for several weeks Mrs Radig, the former Elizabeth Rahmstock gave birth to a 7* pound son April 14. They hav& one older boy. > Mrs Loren Thompson has been in the Buffalo Center hospital the past week for observation. Sue Sehissel spent a two week Easter vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs A. C. Schisf sel. She attends school at Long'f horn. Penn, Mr and Mrs Walter Abbas and Mr and Mrs William Whitney an8 family of Delavan, Minn., Mr an$ Mrs Ben Ilexes, Mr and Mr$ Marvin Heyss, Buffalo Ccntef and the Raymond Johnson fan%. ily were guests of Mr and Mr*. Steve Tjaden Palm Sunday t$ help Yvonne Tjaden celebrate her birthday.- V ?' JA ' > ' Mrs V. A. Barrett visited her mother, Mrs Charles""Rahey H**a' Fort Dodge hospital one day last week., Mrs R«ney had fallen and broken he| 'hip., ' Mis$ :Mary Jafte Leonard, _-_,_ music,- teacher, spent the Easier weekdnd at her home at Grano 1 Island, Neb. : 7- Sunday dinner. guests of Mr and Mrs J. E. Ukena were Mr and, Mrs D. Wortman and sons ol Alexandria. Va., Mr and Mrs I. E. Wortman, and the . Dewey family of Sac City.' Salvation Army Tag Day, Apr. 27 Saturday, April 27, a Tag Day will be conducted for the Salva« tion Army climaxing the annual ;drive which has been.in progress the past several weeks. • Mrs Helen C. Mikps will direct the effort. A number of youngsters will be selling'tags. Any amount given will b\ appreciated. While the Salvation Army enjoys the good will of most people everywhere, it is well to point out 4ho-*easons for the drive. The Afrfi'y'nas a nine point sor/vic Minn, spent his Easter vacation program to the less fortunatVahd? Most Wanted Advertising Most Distasteful Advertising Compiled by Northwestern University Survey for Business Bulletin, February, 1956. Newspaper 93% Magazine 26.5% TVAds,-.. 16% Radio 4.7% Direct Mail 3.3% Other 5.1% TV Ads 27% Radio „;„,__ 18.5% Direct Mail. _.... 12.8% Circulars 11.8% •*•• Newspapers .. ^ CJ 2.2% I Magazines ,...-.4... 1.2% Put Your Advertising Where Your Customers Get It... WHERE THEY WANT IT I... in the Newspaper With the Big Circulation ! AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS 6 MONTHS AVERAGE For AIGONA UPPER DES MOINES (ending March 30, 1957) Average Paid • 4 9 76Q "As filed with Audit Bureau of Circulation, subject to Audit" ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES THe largett Cirtulotion In Kossutfc CtHinty needy. They serve regardless of race, creed or color, during times of local or national distress. Salvation Army officers and Committee members are always t>n the job to lessen the burden of those so affected. Disaster knows, no mercy but workers of the Salvation Army are quick to respond to any need. A portion of the money raised jn the drive remains in the community and the funds are dis- vbursed by the local committee, headed by H. J. McNertney, H. L Gilmore, Dr. M, G. Bourne, Antoinette Bonnstetter, Mrs Marvel Immerfflll, R. B. Waller and Dr. R. C. Dewel. trict was the main speaket'. lr rra HEWS wt wAitf it Twin River Supt. ! Heads Council Ottosen — A. C. Leuthauser, superintendent of schools of the Twin Rivers Community School District, was elected president oi the HXitnboJejt County Teachers Council, Wednesday evening at the Legion Building in Humboldl for their last meeting of the year. , The theme of the meeting was the observance of the 100th birthday of the N.E.A. (National Education Association). Mrs Betty Burley, teacher in the Mason City Schools, and president of the North Central Dis- Countll Minutes COUNCIL wmutts The City Council met in regular session March 27, 1957, with Mayor Cameron C. Shierk. ih the ehair, and the following Conncilmen present: Leon H. Laird, Arnold W. Elbert, John Dnsesmart, V. M. Persons, Byron P. Richardson. Absent: Eugene H. Furst. The minutes of the last meeting . wer* read and approved. Resolution directing public notice of hearing on the Uniform Building Code was passed and adopted. Special meeting of the Council was mo\,ed and passed for April 4, I9S7. Chief of Police was instructed to get bids on a new Police car and present them to the Council to act on. Following build permits were granted? to lloyd Pool, Fred Lupkfrs, S * L Stores, John Seamens, Lillian Cook, Thomas & Georgia Lee, & A. M. Lemkee. Chief of Police will attend school at Icwa City. Beer & cigarette permit was granted to the Central States Hotel dba Hotel Al- gcna. Following claims granted. City Council met in special session A»- ril 4, 1957, and the Mayor and all Coun- ci'men were present. ,_ Cigarette permit was granted to Lu- cillc's Cafe and a Beer permit was granted to Diagonal Grocery. Appointment of Art Schweppe to the airport commission was approved. Building permits were granted to John Zeller, K. I. Forbes, Chris Miller, Lenora Hiltz. Building permit submitted by Earl Sprague was rejected. Uniform Building Code was discussed at length. General Government Fund David A. Smith, Salary $135.36 I Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Salary 150.00 Chester M. Schutt*. Salary Albert Boekelman, Salary ..». ____ lows- $t at* Bank, WltMwtolno tax _ City Cltt*, idVinet e*h . ..... Collins, Thompson & WTIItt, Engineering servtee ______ ^.. H. 0. Hutthint, appraiMl fee ... Allen K. Buchanan, appraisal fee Pawl M. Seeiey, apprthwift fs* ^ Upper Ott. Malrtes Publishing Co., legal publication* _„. ____ . Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., tervtte* ------------- i_ ___ _i Jess lashbrook, Salary ...»_. ._ Albert Peraande, salary _______ ^ Gtenn F. BuMi*, salary . ____ ^ Rayrrtond W. Metnen jr., salary <. Richard F'arhbath, salary . _____ Donald Prcw, salary _____ +. Drck Helmets, Labor ____ ___ * George Weig Jr., Labor _____ . Iowa State Bank, withholding tax _ Dr. Cameron C. Shieik, expense . Northwester Bell Telephone Co., services ________________ . r. S. Norton & Son, materials .. Kohlhaas Hardware, supplies _____ V. M. Parsons, expense ________ Botsford Lumber Co., materials -. H. J. Cowan Contractor & Bid., service ------------- _______ Percival Motors, service & repairs Algona Machine Shop, repairs ___ Chrischilles Store, repairs ______ A,U . „ Albert Boekefman, salary Richard H. Groen, salary .^ ___ . Ernest W. Hutchison, salary ____ Peter C. Jorgenson, salary ______ Kenneth }. McBride, salary -_J. William I. Ankenbauer, salary ___ James A. Voigt, salary ___ ..... lr,i Kohl, Salary _____________ Ralph Elbert, salary ________ " Iowa State Bank, withholding tax City Clerk, advance cash ____ . Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., services ------------------Botsford Lumber Co., materials ._ Star Reloading Co., materials ____ Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., supplies & legal notice __«, Sanitation fund James A. Egli, salary ___________ 301 .SS 337.70 $2.90 6.72 15.00 5.00 5.00 s.OO S3.46 8.00 137.07 US 45 J1545 J843 99.65 11345 2946 2946 5000 13.80 970 5 14 105.46 all 9.46 30.00 30/13 9.65 752 14597 13837 141 37 12437 11635 11412 108.67 2000 1000 74 30 613 3625 691 31 00 5060 148.95 Fred Gronbach, salsfy 99.65 Albert Baas, salary 163.63 Teresa Norton, salary — 65.97 George Welg Jr., labor 24.74 Reakm R. Helmcrs, labor -.-— 28.27 Reiner Helmers, labor 3 2 'P4 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax . 16.60 Dr. F. f. Sawyer, rent 35.00 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., services 18.85 Wastes Engineering, Subscription _ 3.00 Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Ord. No. 387 & reprintt ...... 15.10 W. C. Brown Supply Co., supplies 24.97 Zep Manufacturing Corp., supplies 33.21 6*bt S«vle» Icwa State Bank, l.'fterest 382.50 Airport Fond Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., Service * - 10.50 Algona Municipal Utilities, Water 3.00 ParkltM Meter Fond Nancy Sands. Salary 76.05 Raymond J. Krebs, Salary 132.38 Iowa State Bank, W'Holding Tax . 31.90 Brownie Movie Canter? RUSK DRUG Here's YOU SAVE At Beectier Lane Appliances SAVE $50.0 AT BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES WESTINGHOUSE Custom '36' Speed RA COMPACT 35-INCH WIDTH! 24-INCH TRUE-TEMP OVEN! 4 FAST CGROX COOK UNITS! Fast Infra-Red Broiler Practical Di'viil^H Cooking Top Handy Finger-Tip Controls Full-Width Storage Drawer Save $50 TERMS? Yes! 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