The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1955 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1955
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thursdtiy, July 28, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper 5« Mo!nes~3 AROUND ALGONA W. J. Sigsbee has been confined to his home for ten days because of a back ailment. Wava Woodward had as her weekend guest, Fern Pollinger of Mason City. \ Mr and Mrs Albert Granzow have returned from a week's vacation in the Algona Outing Club cottage at Cass Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs D. G. Clopion are on vacation this week. They are spending part of the time at home and will go to Minneapolis on Thursday for several days. Sharon, daughter of Mr and Mrs David Smith and Susie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bennie Wib- bcn spent last week at the Wal- Iher League Camp at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Don Sherman had as their guest last Thursday, Mrs Sherman's mother, Mrs Kenneth Boughton of Britt. The Sherman daughter, Claudia returned wltn her and remained until Sunday. Mrs Art Leek gave a birthday party Monday afternoon for her son Darwin, who was ten years old. The guests met at the swimming pool park for games and refreshments. Mr and Mrs Dick McGinnis are vacationing this week at Colorado Springs. The little daughter is staying with her maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves. Mrs Duane Logue gave a birthday party Thursday afternoon for her daughter, Diane who was two years old. Guests were Marcia Geilenfeld, Bill and Mary Lee Foth and Billy Guzowski. Mr and Mrs Clayton Lammers had as their overnight guests Monday, Mr Lammer's parents, Mr and Mrs B. J. Lammers ol Watertown, S. D. The ' visitors were enroute home from a trip to Michigan. Mrs Harry Hargrenves had !>« her dinner guests Monday, her brother and sister-in-law, wr aim Mrs George Carmody of Clinton. The Carmodys are spending several .days visiting relatives here andiat Whittemore. Mr.iand Mrs A. E. Briggs left Sunday for a vacation at Crooked Lake, Minn. They planned to spend the weekend in Minneapolis with Mr Briggs son-in-law and. daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Johnson. Mr and Mrs Ben Bakken and Mr and Mrs Fred Kent Jr. and daughter, Christy, were at Lake Okohjyii over the*vs&kend where they Were guests, of 'Mr and Mrs Ken Cowan who 'are vacation- Ing at Hiawatha Beach. Mrs Leonard Meissner gave a birthday party Thursday morning for her son, Billy, who was seven. Guests were Steve and Jack Waller, Greg and Doug Cook, David Logue, Bill Milder, Charles Geilenfeld, and the honoree's brother, Lennie. His sister, Judy, assisted in the serving. Mr and Mrs John Carroll left Monday for San Francisco, Calif. Where they will attend the wedding of Mr Carroll's sister. Their little son is remaining here with Wava Woodward. They expect to be gone ten days. Mr and Mrs William Finn were in Des Mpines Friday where they took their daughter, Carol and Barbara Galbraith to enter summer school at Drake University. The girls will be there five weeks. Mr and Mrs Craig Vinson and Tom, Jane and Peggy of Rock Rapids arrived here Tuesday evening for a visit with Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl. Mr Vinson is Mrs Dahl's son and he is a highway- patrolman. Mr and Mrs Richard Worlon and Siri, Leslie and Lynn expect to go to Marshalltown Saturday. Mr Norton will return after the weekend and Mrs Norton and the children will remain for two weeks with her parents, Mr and Mrs Ned Downing and her sister, Mrs W. B. Crosby. Members of Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi had a dinner party for their husbands Satur-, day evening at Lake Airs club at Fairmont, Minn. Attending were Mr and Mrs Eugene Zender, Mr and Mrs Don Sherman, Mr and 'Mrs Jerry Anderson, Mr and Mrs Melvin Thissen, Jean Lensing and Mr and Mrs Harley Will. Kenneth Hargreaves of Omaha spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs Harry Hargreaves and his sister, Mrs Richard Cook. He also went to Des Moines to visit his father who is patient at Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines. Mr Hargreaves ailment has been diagnosed as gastric ulcers and he will remain at the hospital for treatment for another month. Mrs P. H. Hargreaves was released Monday from Park hospital in .Mason City and is now at St. Ann hospital here. She suffered a broken hip for the second time when she fell out of bed, necessitating a second operation to insert a pin. She is now improving rapidly Her daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Andy Anderson of Omaha visited her over the weekend. Paroled After 18 Years Prison Harry ' L. Stoner, 56, Algona man who has served 18 years of a life term in Fori Madison state prison on a charge of being an accomplice in a murder, was paroled early this week. Stoner was accused as an accessory in the robbing and beating of Anna Jerqensen in Algona, April 25, 1935. Her house was ransacked and the woman died a short lime later from injuries received during the robbery from her assailants. Frank Gotch was one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING TOWN AND CITY ESTIMATE NOTICE — The City council of Algona of Kossuth County, Iowa, will ^"following estimate of expend.- ene an^disbursements. both past and anil- clpnted will be available at the {• v ««{n«j Scufrham City Clerk . FUNDS If! ., •/, o WlZ C-WU O 4JW $ S c ° K 1C c i> flj n 2 <5?.aH general Street Public Safety - .2'X?S Sanitation 77.847 Municipal Enterprise.-. 7.214 Recreation 10.W»B Utilities - 328,000 Debt Service 21.489 Emergency. --„--" '*•'" Street (Road Use Tax) Parking Meter 14,HI 52,301 33.55S 09,718 18.041 11,1!)!) 289,479 42,009 0 13,153 15,31)0 67,738 30,812 254.759 21,447 14,057 371.114 34.028 0 fi.124 3.846 20,000 104,000 42.500 60.050 20.200 37,100 703.500 83.081 3,403 2,500 15.000 5.500 24,550 4,500 12,800 342.000 34,301 3,463 23,800 6.800 TOTALS 505.387 Taxable valuation (1954) Moneys and credits (1954) ... Published July 28, 1955, In 10.500 70,000 5,200 12.000 1,350 4.500 361,500 17,500 0 _J7,000 499,550" 7,000 19,000 31,300 23,500 20,350 19,800 0 31.220 0 0 "152.670 54481!) 8257)89 1,103,694 451,474 ' $5,093,426 - - IIIIIII $1,305^27 The~ Algona" Yl'o'w'aTUp'pe'r Des Moines) BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY ESTIMATE NOTICE-Th. board l?^ ™ or .he ,,sca, year beginning January 1 County Auditor Friday, against , 1956. FUNDS •D£ 8- 3 c n> n S2 Expenditures For Year K « ? S General Court Expense -Poor Slate Institution County Insane — County School — Soldiers' Relief -Bovine Tuberculosis Fairgrounds 8- 4-H Court House Bunds 4 Int .Emergency Old Age Sur. Ins. Pub. Emps. Ret. (State) -Bangs Eradication A. Cnst. '/a mill (309.6) -----E. Cnst. 5/8 mill 309.7) Mnl. 2 in. (309.11) D Maint. 8 mills (309.11) E Opt). 5/8 mill (309.14) F. Road Clearing 3/4 mill (317.19) 55.069 3,090 57,307 47,672 40,450 3,757 16,840 1,041 468 116,753 65.818 2676 4.683 4,888 128,197 180,871 7,618 90,057 79,503 4,6.60 34,023 1,532 7,622 7,504 33,134 56,600 675 533,634 173,875 10,369 95,344 66,395 4,241 28,823 3,435 5,641 7,500 32.800 7,000 3,102 5,427 2,649 '•c !r « & & » 185,000 126,000 18 000 8,000 116ioOO 10,000 105,000 30,000 40,000 40,000 30,000 14,700 13,500 7,500 149 000 116,000 33,000 33,000 6.000 12,000 6,000 <o m o* c ll o a | H -ol " H l|s .SOS: 0 C *• 0 ll S H p T) t» |S« In? 12,000 47,000 10,000 106,000 3,000 70,000 30,000 1,200 7,500 33,000 6,000 C. 497,519 552,465 6,117 TOTALS 1,052,345 9,807 1,599,705 581,990 804,000 100,000 Inc. in above 357,770 709,000 200,000 30,771 20,000 2,000 1,417,132 2,255,200 678,500 600,000 32,000 32,500 20,000 126,000 363,000 39,500 18,000 637,000 939,700 BEST FOOD BUYS IN TOWN BEST FOOD BUYS IN TOWN CONSUMERS shows you the way to Hundreds of Our Customers Are Filling Their Stamp Books for Valuable Gift Items! 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