The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 21
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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f Tidbits Frbm Evelyn The wttfc b»iwe*n Palm Sunday and Eastef <was a btisy time for Mrs Ffed Erte»«i. Palm Sunday morning she entertained Mr and Mrs Everett Baldus anu Mr and Mrs Leon Laird and families at breakfast. The same day she entertained at a family dinner honoring the birthday of her husband £nd his twin brother Frank of Corwith. And right here is a good spot to mention that the delivery of the twins was made by Dr. Janse, then of Lu- Verne. She didn't tell me how many years ago. Quests at this dinner were Frank's wife, Mf and Mrs Eric Erickson of Hampton, Mr and Mrs Louis Erickson and family of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Bernard .Brink and Harold, Mr and Mrs Perry Torino, Mf wid MM John Shay o! Bancroft, Mr and Mra Ray Olson of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Floyd <Erickaoi}, Mr and Mrs Dick Buscher, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Buscher and Mr and Mrs James Smith. Those infants were the first twins delivered by Dr. Janse, by the way. The following Friday Mrs Erickson had a further celebration for. her husband and had'as guests at a 600 party and buffet supper, "Mr and Mrs Vernon Dally of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs August Huschka of Renwick, Mr and Mra Wilbur Dally of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Edward Arend and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Cunk. This -should be a birthday that will long remain in the memory of the hbnoree. • e K One by one loved relatives and friends are taken from us. Two friends were taken last week, Dr. Cretzmeyer, whom I have known for so many years and with whom I began doctoring way back in 1914 when I returned from the Presbyterian hospital, Chicago. vin Muckey enrolled at Morning side college and changed to low* City, if my memory is correct. Earl lived in Des Moihes many years and was marfied there. He had two sons and a daughter, Mary later becoming a nurse. .The family moved to California some time ago. He was employed at Douglas Aircraft before poor, health. His passing takes another from the class of 1910 among whom were Phil McNut, Earl Hatch, Myrtle Brown Schoby, Zada Brunson, Walter Turner, Hjalmer Rosewall, most i of whom died several years ago. Hialmer, more familiarly known as^'Katz" died about a year ago. * * * Paulette Bradley tells ma her son. John is the proud (possessor of an autograph of What is his name — the fellow who plays in "CKm Smoke," Mr and Mrs Bradley and family were re- There- will never be another "Doc Cretz." , The other friend who passed away was Earl Crane, a class-. mate and friend who was a member of what was known in high school as "Our Crowd." I recall his 'first day at school. Years ago lads wore knickers till coming of high school age, then they went into long trousers. Earl still wore short pants and I believe he got a :lot of ridicule, the friendly type, for appearing in such juvenile garb. I recall it was only a day or two till he too went into long trousers. After graduation he and Mel- Low cost 'teetlffor chicks STONEMO Granite GRIT With STONEMO your chicks.wlll build muKular gizzardi and health/ Digestive systems. You'll get-better feed efficiency, more eggs or meat at less cost. Get STONEMO Granite Grit today and put real "teeth" in your feeding program. As Advertised In Farm and Home Section CLOVERLEAF HATCHERY & FEED cently in Oitumwa where some celebration was being held. This "gun Smoke" fellow was the "hot shot" there fbr the day and was being besieged with autograph hunters. He was submitting very graciously and John came home a very happy lad. * • * Mrs James Walks* is Just "ducky". Yes, she has seven at the moment with hens setting oh more eggs and she has hopes of raising about fifty of the web footed ;fowls. Upon maturity, she will sey some, she sai'd, and if I don't forget it by the time the ducks are ready for market, I'll buy one for Thanksgiving. Mrs L. A. Winkel told me some interesting statistics about her family. The sorr-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs- Jerry Gargiulo of Los Angeles, have a daughter Laure who will be one year old August 18. The mother is the former Helen Winkel. The Winkels have a son Donald and their daughter Carol Ajin' will be two years old the same day, August 18. * *° * Jimmy Utt, seven year old son of Mr and-Mrs James Utt, will be a happy lad when the cast is removed from his foot this <week. Several weeks ago Jimmy was' playing hide and seek in the dark and he chose for his hiding placej of all locations, / IB top of a dresser. In climbing down his shirt got caught in a drawer and the piece of furniture was pulled forward upon him. Jimmy has wriggled out of two casts and Dr. Rooney calls him "Houdini." * »• » Mr and Mrs Russell Cole and eight year old Vernon were guests recently • of Mr and Mrs Don Mallison at Humboldt. Mr Colo and Vernon took a fine plane ride with Mr Mallison but Mrs Cole preferred to stay on terra firma. » » * Hazel Vera was remembered handsomely on Mother's Day by her daughter Elvie, Mrs Melvin Hutchinson, and son Ted Vera and received a garbage disposal unit from them. This, they told her, included the birthday too which was May 1, Quite a "May basket" as well as Mother's Day gift. The Harold Van Aliens are having the enjoyment of a new home. They moved into their new home out in the east addition, just off McGregor street on the north side. * » » It's good to see Lizzie Post home again and digging in the back yard getting a place ready for tomato plants. She was in Topeka, Kan., a few weeks with her son Bob and his wife Virginia and the children. * * • Mrs P. Ov Dorweiler told me her brother Rae Hutchison is back at Waterloo, his son-in-law John Peterson going from there via plane to Houston, Tex., where ift tfaction. She will be unable to be disthlssed till lat« June et July. Ra« suffered & concusiion multiple tuts And bruises, as well as cracked fibs. He will join Mrs Hutchison latef and both will come home via plane, * * * f am always amused by odd names and here ere & few I've picked up recently. Nosey Habab of Fort Dodge, a fine fellow I am told. And Katlftka Gjellifold of Forest City. SoUflds like .an instrument of music. The Henry Lunds have a daughter who married a Hrabak and 1 have a Zschappel in my "family. Ambrose Bowyer used to get such a "kick" out of the Winkies and Lagges which are so familiar to us they don't seem odd. Now dotrt think Nosey is & nickname, It ISN'T. I Have It on good authority it is an actual name. Janet Hammer Of St. Joe To Wed June 1 St. Jo« — Banns of marriage were published ft St. Joseph Church .by Rev. O. Schumacher for, the first time for. Janet'^Hammer, daughter of; Mrs Florence Hammer and the late William Hammer of St. Joseph's Parish here, and Paul Rustemier, Son of Mr and Mrs Henry Rustemier of St. John's Parish of Bancroft. ^The. wedding will take place here in St. Joseph's on Saturday, June 1st. i, Banns of marriage were published in St. John's Church on Sunday for the second time for Donald Reding, son of Mr and Mrs John Reding of St. Joseph's parish here and Norma Jean Becker, daughter of Mrs Justine Becker and the late Math Becker of St. Joseph's Parish in Wesley. The wedding will take place on Tuesday, May.21 in St. Joseph's Church in Wesley. Pre-Nuptial Shower . Miss Annette Becker will be hpnored to a pre-nuptial shower Hall in Bancroft on In St. John's both Mr and Mrs Hutchison were hospitalized following an auto accident. Mrs Hutchison suffered a broken leg and is still Paracelsus, A Pioneer Pharmacist In ihj }6th century, a Qr*cian named Paracelsus throughout his lifetime pursued the union of chemistry with medicine. Thjs was one o! the fore-runners cf today's highly'develpped science of filling prescriptions. We, as registered pharmacists, join with your doctor (9 assist in meeting you* health need* with accurate and dependable prescription work- THUENTE PHARMACY Ph«n« CY 4-3529 OUK BUSINESS IS PRO I H;ilNG YOUK HEALTH Sunday, May 19, at 1:30 p.m. Miss Becker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jake Becker of Bancroft, formerly of here, will be- the bride of George Kockler of Bancroft in St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft on Saturday, June 1. May Queen Ceremony Crowning of the May Queen was held on Friday, May 10, at 7:30 in St. Joseph's parish church. Prefect Theresa Berte Downed the Blessed, Virgin wrt*i •vice- prefect Alice Illg as crown bearer. Cyrilla Kellner carried the train. The entire high school student body marched into the church and sang the "May Crowning Hymn", followed by the "Living Rosary". After a short talk on devotion to Mary by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament closed the service. Patricia Ann Reding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Maurice Reding. was baptized in St. Joseph's Church on Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mrs Harold Friders and Ronald Bormann. St. Joseph's Seniors left on Sunday for their annual Skip day, planning to return home on Monday. The class was to visit with a former class mate, Mavy McGuire, daughter of Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire who entered Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque, last fall as a postulant. Carol Reding, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Reding, Ann Me* Guire, daughter of Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire and Elaine Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs O r v i 1 1 e Wagner, students at Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids spent the Mother's Day weekend here with home folks returning to school on Monday evening. Portland News Mr and Mrs Elwood Nelson and family and Mr and Mrs Lowell Jaspers of Carpenter were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Nelson home at Titonka. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family and Mr and Mrs Verle Nelson and family were afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara, Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf, . Mrs. Lulu Rjngsdorf and Miss Nadine F^rtna dined together in, Algona Sunday and spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf. Mrs Lloyq| JJarUett came home Sunday afternoon after spending about five days in the Park Hospital at Mason City. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phejps little son visited Sunday afternoon in the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Will Qjfford home at Lone Rock. Mrs Gpodwyn JJergerud went to the hospital at Iowa City last Wednesday, Mr and Mrs Dick Samuelson, Dickie and Sharon of Fort were dinner- guests o| Mrs beth Kennedy and- the brothers Sunday, also Mrs Ken nedy's brother and wife/ I4r and Mrs Elmer>gricJison of Rodman, Mr and Mi's Bar} MUJer of Al> gona were Sunday evening callers. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young were dinner guests Monday at the Joe Loebach home near Whittemore, Notice is . hereby given Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities of the city of Algeria, Iowa will meet at the City Hall In Algona, Iowa on the 17th day of June, 1957. at 8:00 o'clock P.M., at Which time and plae* the said Board of Trustees will consider the adoption of plans, specifications, and proposed form of contract for the furnishing and construction of Improvements to the Existing Municipal Electric Light and Power System of said City, which are now on file in the office of the Secretary of the Board. At said meeting the Board of Trustees will consider any objections to said plans, specifications, and proposed form of contract. At said meeting the said Board of Trustees will also receive bids for the furnishing and construction of one Section of said improvements Which is in general as follows: ' Section 5 -: Distribution System Construction: Consisting partially of the construction of sections of new dls* tribution line, and partially of the reconstruction of certain 'existing lines, the total amount being approximately 7 miles of line. Also included is the removal of small portions and other minor modifications of the existing lines. Said plans and specifications and form of contract may be examined in the, office .of the . Secretary of the Board and copies may be obtained ryom Buell and Winter, Engineers, Insurance Exchange Building, Sioux City, Iowa, by making a deposit of S80.00. all of which will be refunded to all bona-fide bidders, provided the said plans and specifications are returned within thirty (30) days after the date of hearing, and not other- Wise. ••Bids shall be made on blank forms Furnished by the Engineers and must »e accompanied in a separate enve- Upe by a check certified by a responsible bank satisfactory t6 the Board pf Trustees, and payable to the Board of Trustees, Algona, Iowa, in an amount not less than five per cent Of the amount of bid, as security that the bidder, if his bid is accepted will enter into contract in accordance therewith and will furnish a performance bond In the full amount of the contract price. No bidder may withdraw a proposal within thirty (30) days after the date set for opening )ids. The work shall be commenced within 14 days after the Board gives the -ontractor notice to begin construc- ;lon, and shall be completed within 180 days thereafter. The time of com- iletion of the work hereunder may be extended because of any unavoidable delays not the fault of the Contractor, n the securing of materials, equipment, transportation or labor, any such extension to be granted by the Bo.iro only after a full consideration of the reasons and causes for the delay. Payment for said improvements will >e made in cash, or equivalent,. as "ollows: i Monthly estimates will be paid by he Board to the Contractor in the amount of ninety per cent of the -work completed or for materials which are at site, and permanent in nature. The Contractor's monthly certified estimates are to be made by the 10th of he month and apply to work com- 1 ileted the preceding calendar rnonin. The balance of ten per cent of the ontract cost will be paid to the Con- ractor thirty-one (31) days after the acceptance of the work, in the event' no claims for materials and labor have been filed against the said Contractor. If, at the end of such thirty-one' day period, claims are on file agahi?t any Contractor, the Boajd shal) continue to retain from his unpaid funds a sum not less than double the total amount of .all said claims, which retained amount or the balance thereof, will be paid the Contractor upon final settlement of all claims, The Board of Trustees reserve the right to reject any or all bids, to waive informalities, and to enter into such contract or contracts as it shajl deem to be for the best interest of the City of Algona, Iowa. By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa; and preference shall be given to Iowa domestic labor. BOARD OF TRUSTEES OP THE ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES ALGONA. IOWA By Allen K. Buchanan President ATTEST: Ira A. Kohl Secretary (Published May 10 and May 23, 1957, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper PCS Moines). THE VIOLA PEALINO ITI tftfi 8 OF THE NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that a special election, will be held in the town of Burt, Iowa on the 10th day pf June, 1957, for the purpose of submitting to the legal and qualified electors of said town, to be voted upon by them, the question pf whether the following public measure shall be adopted: Shall the following non-exclusive franchise Ordinance No.' 68 passed by the -Town Council pf Burt, Iowa, on the 6th day of May, 1967: ORDINANCE NO. 65 AN ORDINANCE ORANTINO UNTO THE NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO.. AN IOWA CORPORATION, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, A NONEXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE AND R1QHT, FOR A PB810D OF TWENTY- FIVE (25) YEARS, TO ERECT, CONSTRUCT. RECONSTRUCT/MAINTAIN AND OPERATE AN ARTIFICIAL AND/OR DISTRIBUTING SYSTEMS OR COMBINATION ARTIFICIAL AND NATURAL OAS PLANT AND/ PR DISTRIBUTING SYSTEMS FOR fHG MANUFACTURE AND DISTRIBUTION OF NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL GAS, OR EITHER OR BOTH ?F THEM, IN THE TOWN OF BURT. L9.W A. . CONSISTING. OF_ ALL *8UCH ES, TANKS, AND OTHER APPURTENANCES AS MAY BE NECESSARY OR USEFUL FOR SUCH MANUFACTURING AND/OR DISTRIBUTING SYSTEMS NOW CONSTRUCTED AND MAINTAINED, OR TO BE HEREAFTER CONSTRUCTED AND MAINTAINED, AND TO USE AND OCCUPY THE STREETS, AVENUES, ALLEYS, BRIDGES' AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES OF SAIQ TOWN WITH GAS MAINS, PIPES. PIPEUNES. CONDUITS AND OTHER NECESSARY OR USEFUL APPLIANCES OR EQUIP- FOR THE MANUFACTURE. AND/OH DISTRIBUTION OF SAID GAS; IN AND TO SAID TOWN AND TO THE INHABITANTS THEREOF, AND OTHERS, AND TO SELL. TRANSMIT, AND DISTRIBUTE SUCH OAB TO SUCH TOWN AND ITS INHABITANTS OR OTHERS WITHIN OR WITHOUT THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF SAID TOWN FOR LIGHT, HEAT- POWER, FUEL AND COOKING. AND FOR ALL OTHER PUR- Brownie Movie Comer? RUSK DRUG IBSR Section 1. that the town of Burt, Iowa hereby grants unto the North Central Public Service Co., an Iowa corporation, its successors and assigns, hereinafter called the Grantee, a nonexclusive franchise and right, for a period of twenty-five (25) years from and after 1h« date this Ordinance becomes effective, to erect, construct, i-econstr'uct, maintain and operate, and use within the corporate limits of *nid town of Burt, Iowa, as the same are now or may hereafter be located, artificial and/or natural gas- plants or Dlnnt, and/or distributing systems, or n combination of artificial and natural Ras plants or disributlng systems, to- Bolhfr with all appurtenances, pipes, mains, machinery, tanks, and appliaric- cs necessary or useful thereto for the manufacture and/or distribution of natural and/or artificial gas, or either ('! both of them, whether said plant, or plants, and transmission and dls- tiibutlon systems have been heretofore. or may hereafter be constructed and installed for the purpose of sell- ii.g. distributing, and supplying gas to said tottJh and the inhabitants there<il, and others, together with the right and franchise to use the streets, alleys. avenues, bridges, and public places of said town, as the same are now or may hereafter be located or extended, for the purpose of installing. constructing, reconstructing, maintaining, and operating thereon, therein, thereunder and thereover, said systems for the transmission and distribution of gas, consisting of gas plant or plants, gas works, and/or distributing systems for artificial and/or natural gas, or a combination of artificial and natural gas plants and/or distributing systems together with all appurtenances, pipes, mains, machinery, tanks, and appliances necessary or useful thereto for the manufacture nnd/or distribution of natural and/or artificial gas, or either or both of themi including pipe line or lines, to /and through said town together with the franchise and right to operate, distribute, and sell gas, either natural or artificial, to said town and to the inhabitants thereof, and others within or without the Corporate limits of Ha Id town for any and all purposes, and under such restrictions and rcgU' lations as are hereinafter contained, and such other reasonable regulations as may hereinafter be provided by. Ordinance. Section 2. That in order to carry into effect the rights granted hereunder, the Grantee is authorized to make all necessary excavations in the streets, avenues, alleys, and other public places of said town, but the same shall be done with the least possible interference with, or inconvenience lo. the public, individuals, or public property, and the Grantee shall, at its own expense. In all cases restore all streets, avenues, alleys, and public places, and all pavements and excavations as close to their original condition as possible. Section 3. That the grants herein contained are upon the expressed condition that the Grantee shall be liable 'for all damages caused by the negligence or mismanagement of the Grantee, its agents or employees, in the construction, reconstruction, and maintenance of said gas works or gas systems, and that it shall protect said town from any and all liability thereof. Section 4. That Grantee agrees to furnish and supply the town and its inhabitants with gas under such pressure and conditions as may reasonably be required under such rules and regulations as may be established by the Grantee and the Town Council of the town cf Burt, Iowa, and only so long as Grantee can secure such supply of gas. Also Grantee shall not be required or obligated to actually construct a distribution system under this Franchise until it is able to secure sufficient gas for that purpose. Section 5. That said Grantee shall Have the rjght to supply. d.}s\£kbMte, and sell gas, both artificial anon natural, for any and all purposes to said lown and its inhabitants i thereof, and to charge therefor such just and reasonable rates as may hereinafter be fixed and . determined by the Town Council of the town of Burt, Iowa, 3r such rate making body as may hereinafter be established, under ihe laws of the State of Iowa, and given jurisdiction thereof, provided that the rates to be charged by the Grantee hereundcr are to be reasonable and shall at all times be such as will yield to it a reasonable return from its property used, and useful in the furnishing of gas. The Town Council agrees that, upon the filing of an chante In rate, it thereon within appHeatfoft tot > _.._. win take final action .._. ninety (80) day* after the filing thereof. 8*eHon I. No extension of the distribution system will be demanded of the Grantee by the town of Burt. Iowa, or any other regulating body until the Grantee 18 able to obtain sufficient gas for such extension and until the Grantee has been assured that ,it will have such additional customers tinder contract to use Its product as will assvre to the Grantee a reasonable return on Its cost for any such extension. Section 7. That said Grantor agrees that after the Grantee's distribution system has been built the Grantor will not interfere with location of said distribution system without reimbursing the Grantee for cost of such relocation. Section 8. That all of the provisions of this Ordinance shall apply to the successors or assigns of the Grantee with the same force and effect as they do the Grantee Itself. Section 9. That Grantee shall hold the town harmless from any and all causes of action, litigation or damages which may arise through or by reason of the construction, reconstruction, maintenance and operation of said distribution and transmission sy.stems and other construction hereby authorized. Section 10. That any person who shall cut, injure or destroy any of the buildings, machinery, equipment, pipes, fixtures, mains, tanks, or other appurtenances or other property of the Grantee lawfully erected, maintained and being within the corporate limits of said town, shall be deemed guilty of mlsdeamor. and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine not to exceed One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) or imprisonment not exceeding thirty (30) days. Section 11, That the Grantee, shall, Within sixty (60) days after the publication 7 of this Ordinance, signify in Writing an acceptance of the grant herein, including the conditions and restrictions herein expressed, and this Ordinance and franchise granted herein shall not be operative or binding unless such acceptance Is filed with the City Clerk. The .Grantee shall pay the cost Incurred in' holding the election' to submit this ordinance to the electors for their approval, as provided by law. Section 12. That all ordinances, or parts of ordinances.' Insofar as they are In direct' conflict herewith, are hereby repealed. Thursday, May 16, 1957 Alaona (la.) Upper DM Meln«-S Section 14. That this Ordinance shall take effect and be hi full force and effect subject to Its approval by the majority of the legal electors of the town of Burt. Iowa voting thereon, "as provided by law, and subject to its acceptance by the Grantee, as provided herein, upon its publication as by law provided. Nels J. Nelson Mayor of the Town of Burt, Iowa ATTEST: Marion M. Chlpman Town Clerk of the Town of Surt, Iowa POLLItTO PLACB The polling place for said election shall be at the Burt City Hall, and the polls will be open at eight o'clock a.m. of the forenoon and will be dosed at eight o'clock p.m. in the evening of said day. ATTEST: Marlon M. Chlpman Town Clerk Nels J. Nelson Mayor (19-26-21-22) A Salute to the Nation's Hospitals THE SEA SHORE (Zenith quality performance, | lone-powered for ill e onj-oj»i jdoor». ' 36.95 'IxibatierlH' Imagine!, You sfmply finger-tip touch, o dial...a hidden antenna revolves for best v*_ signal reception No need to twist and turn the iet '...or fiddle with the handle—you) just touch the dial and keep, speaker facing you. Brilliant STYLING • Exciting COLO&S 1OO% Increased BATTERY LIFE ARNIE J. RICKLEFS Phone CY 4-4529 State & Thorington Sts. 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