The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 42
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Algona, Iowa
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4*A(fM6 thuwfcy, August 4, 19SS T/cfbifs From Evelyn Some weeks material for a column flo^s in and material is plentiful. Other weeks it is dif- iieult to think of a thing. This is one of the vacant week?. Not only is my mind a vacuum, so is everyone else's. Blarhe it on the heat* for I think we have become so apathetic that a real news scoop would go past practically unnoticed. « * * Bit by bit t may be able to assemble a few items. I'll start with the Roy Bjustroms' vacation. They were joined here recently by 'Roy's cousins, Mr and Mrs Victor Hcistrom of Stratford and went from here to Rapid City, S. D., where they visited Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton Sr.. 'hence to Yellowstone £ark, out to Idaho Bjustrom's merrily on into Canada. Canada always sounds cool. I suppose there are warm places, probably just as hot as Iowa, but somehow I can never think of Canada with grass. It always has a snow covering and pine 'trees laden with frost in my mind. Sort of a Christmas card decorations. • • • Mrs Gilles is having a nice vacation at Augusta, Wis., with her sister, Mrs Edith Miller. It has been hot and humid there too so they have canceled all activities except the bard necessities but if it cools up a bit, she and het sister are going to take a little "side trip" as she calls it. In that case she won't be home where they visited relatives, and then till around August 9. I have an idea it is a trip to Madison where Mrs Miller's son and family live. Hope they find a cool spot along the lake. * * » When I called Mabel Livingston the other day, Charley answered the phone. He was listening to the ballgame. I asked him who he wanted to win. He replied "1 don licked my knowledge of baseball is about equal to my knowledge ot Sanskrit, and you can guess what lhal amounts to. on't care just so the Yanks gel icked." I agreed, but I'll admit PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOHE, IOWA Friday, Aug., 5 FRANK BUHR Sunday, Aug. 7 VANCE DIXON Friday, Aug. 12 ANN'S ACC. BAND Sunday, Aug. 14 LYNN KERNS Friday, Aug. 19 JERRY POSTAL No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 I worry for Ihe safely of Char les.Steil. He goes past here hat less these hot days. According to things I have read, the hcac should be protected from (he sun I've watched him at work near by, and there he is in the beating sun, bare headed. o * Did you ever know lhal lalcum powder mixed with water to forn a paste is a fine thing to fill nai holes or other small dents in wood or plaster? Paint over i and it is better than putty, know it works because we have had cause to try it here and it works perfectly. It was used to fill nail holes left when a partition was torn out here. I had a bright idea a year ago and had a partition put at the back door which-made a little hall to my dining room. It irked me later to have so small a dining area, so acting on the "privilege of women, out came the dividing wall, and now we' have a nice si:;ed dining room. A red-letter day! Esther jusl came in with TWO ripe tomatoes off our own vines. She has been nurturing them carefully ever since the little plants went in. and the past several days she has watered them each' evening. Comes the reward of picking our own "fruit" The vines are heavy with produce and I wish we could have a very long rain for their benefit as well as our IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACI The SURF CLiAR LAKE , IOWA FRIDAY, AUG. 51h No. 1 Old Time Band WHOOPEE JOHN And His Orch. SATURDAY, AUG. "6th ° rch SUNDAY, AUG. 71h WOODY HERMAN And His Third Herd_ 10th THURSDAY7AUG. 11th Music In The Morgan Manner RUSS MORGAN And His Orchestra iwn. Li/zic Post has an adjoin- ng garden. She has had five tomatoes already, her Texas nelons are abloom, she had sev- .ral nice pickings of string beans, plenty of cucumbers anrt a couple if pepper?,'so already her garden iias paid off. * * * .i Last week I went up town on 'Saturday" night Friday. It is the first time I've done it and today lias been Sunday all day. I for one am in favor of the old way- just so I won't have such difficulties remembering what clay I am writing about goings and comings. We dropped in at Harrison's and Rovn's enjoying the air conditioning very much, as well as the bar where we were served a very good pundae. It seemed quite like being in a city. Jess Lashbrook had a chat with me the other day on a subject close to his heart and it should concern every tax payer. He is anxious to have adequate housing for the .street maintenance equipment. I didn't realize how much money has gone into the various vehicles, and his explaina- tion of the ways and means of getting propeV housing pounded logical. How complex has become the department from the lime my father was street commissioner He would not have liked the motorized era. He wab a lover of horses. • * * * One of my dear friends has for the past few weeks slept on what she terms her "pallette" downstairs because her home has TO first floor bedrooms and she finds the upper chambers too warm for sleeping comfort. Some people don't like a soft bed. I had an aunt who didn't like being our overnight guest because of the springs on" the guest room bed. She was plenty fleshy so it shouldn't have hurt her, but pity my poor uncle-—a little thin man with'no protective "cushions". He never complained, so I suppose I shouldn't be too sympathetic. « » * I saw the Lawrence Welk T.V. show the other evening and if programs were .as good as his, almost I would be persuaded to buy a set. But a couple of mediocre plays and then those awful wrestlings made me freeze to the idea. So I am right where I started—well pleased with my radio. * * * • Women are really the weaker sex and it- takes a man to right things. Esther has been sleeping on the bed-davenport during this warm spell "and the other morning she couldn't get it back in an upright position. An S.O.S. got Robert Carr here and with a simple twist of the wrist, lo- everything was right. He explained what Esther had done wrong, and \ve were thankful the avenport didn't have to under- because he wasjDorn the June we >™ ] J^ffi}**^--. moved our house to this corner lot from the one next east. When? Oh, that would be giving Bob away. Maybe men don't like having 'their ages told any better tlum women. ELEVATOR There's a new 200,000 bushcf elevator at. Churdan. Workmen recently finished pouring the forms. ' It will be ready for use in late August. Council Minute* COUNCIL MINUtM The City Council met June 13, 1955 at 7 30 P M. in adjourned session with the Mayor Pro Tern Hutzell and all Coun- cilmcn present Rovn. An assignment of proceeds of the contract by Glover Construction Co. lo Carleton D. Beh was accepted. A Resolution was adopted ordering con- stru'-lion of street improvement and June 30, 1955 at 7:30 P.M. as- the time set for hearing and opening of bids. Meeting adjourned to June 16, 1955 Municipal Equip. Co., Mdse. __ Leo Marcher, Repairs —, Kohlhaas Hdwe,, Supplies F S. Norton & Son, Mdse. -.._ PrMI Electric, Repairs .— Giovcr Constr. Co., Mdsc. — Ccncrole Products Corp., Mdse. L. K. Ferguson, Supplies Albert Baas, Salary Teresa Norton, Salary 5r. Sawyer) Rent James F_gli, Salary : red Gronbach, Salary Ray Wessel, tabor Albert Forsberg, Labor Iowa State Bank, Tax Weldon Bros., Est. No. 8 Zimmerman & Francescon, Supplies Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Oil Dr. Konefick, Vac. Donovan's Cabinet Shop, Supplies Norton Machine Wks., Repairs _ J. C. Penney Co., Supplies .. Sl-elly Oil Co., Mdse. Marvin Cronan, Refund Mdse. at 7'30 P.M. Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayor except Parsons. Builder's permits Aflcst: Ivy D. Scuffham, ^City Clerk The City Council met In adjourned session June 16, 1955 at 7:30 P.M. with the Mavor and all Councilmen present were granted to Johnson Oil "Refining Oil Co., : Kossuth Farm Bureau, Roberts Rest Home, G. D. Shumway, Fred Erickson, H. D. 8, Linda C'apsaddle and Joseph Dahlhauser. An application filed by Willard Gregson was rejected for not complying. Floyd Wcishaar requested that the san- tary sewer be extended to his property vhich is in a sewer district, said request *ds granted. .... It was decided to invest $15,000. of the Sewage Treatment Plant Bond & In- crest Sinking Fund in Government Bonds. A Ford tractor with mower and blade was purchased from the Hovey Implement Company for $1,889.91. i The Engineer was instructed to have the storm sewer ditch through Block 56 P. cleaned out. Resolutions granting cigarette and beer permits were approved. .Ordinance No. 366, regulating the use and installation of public and private sewers, was finally adopted and Ordin- Ssndy Stebritz, Labor _± Recreation Fund Howard Stephenson, Salary Don Cook, \Salary Bill Dewel, Salary Sheila Sullivan, Salary Jacki VanderWaal, Salary Marcia Stillman, Salary Terry Cook, Labor Jerry Downey, Labor Joseph Deines, Salary Tony Guzowski, Salary Marilyn Lowman, Salary Iowa State Bank, Tax NW Bell Telephone, Service .City Clerk, Adv. Cash Thompson-Hayward Chemical Co., Supplies - V.est Disinfecting Co., Supplies Hub Clothiers, Supplies Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies Norton Machine Wks., Repairs 15.00 • 15.00 124.13 174.00 2.45 65.1 1 24.28 181.79 1 15.72 8.40 155.92 66.15 35.00 163.76 122.00 35.28 15.68 20.50 16192.61 17.50 8.71 20.00 41.65 52.31 3.68 1 15.50 10.45 271.10 69.00 126.10 158.04 84.99 62.20 62.20 49.20 31.36 8.82 161.70 147.00 91.20 71.10 17.07 10.85 72.00 26.80 25,50 7.84 15.58 89.25 John Gisch presented an offer lo i purchase npprox. 22 acres of City owned land near the sewage treatment Plant. , Ordinance No. 368 reducing the amount of license fee for roller-sKaling rink operator was finally adopted. The following claims were allowed. General Govetnmenl Fund Nnnoy Snnds. salary -- * 07.16 L. K.' Ferguson, salary J6.77 Iowa State Bank, tax -32.30 la. Pub. Emp. Retirement, tax-. 124.18 la. Employment Sec. Comm., tax 70.98 . Vaughn Rising, fees — . Advance Publ. Co., legals _ Upper DCS Moinos Publ. Co., 47.70 Tcgals -„....":: - ,~ 49.93 Nat. Inst. of MUM. Law Officers Sub. 47.oO I.--03. ffi. Corp., mclso. 425.00 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, salary ._. _119.7o Albert Pergande. .salary 1Q §-§ 7 Glen Burtis, salary 108.67 Richard Frambach, salary !>2.2f Raymond Metzen. Jr., salary __. 87.211 Jack Mears. salary !>2.2f Donald Prcw. salary 101.n! Kenneth Frank!, salary 124.C.5 William Woodcock, salary SH.P5 John Bahr. labor 8.8G L. K. Ferguson, salary 132.,iO Harry Ward, labor - _ 22.68 Reak'us Helmcrs. labor .. fift.B4 Reiner Helmers. labor .- 39.20 George Wcig. Jr.. labor — 21.44 Fred Pergande. labor F.ugcnc Hclmers. labor Max Hclmers, labor .;„:„, Vender Waal, salary —- 44.80 Joseph D&ines, salary lAfio . ,., LtuyuwsKt, salary ^JT'SX salary ----- ?1.20 Marilyn Lowman, ^,=..T —---.--- T^»J la. Employment Sec. Comm., tax «.(« R. M.. Harrison .Co., supplies —- Thompson-Hayward, mdse..... --- 36.00 VvftSt iJtsintvcttng Co.; supplies-. 38.80 Algona "Plumbing, repairs ..-- 145 Sigsbee Pliimbinjf, repairs 078 Hutzell's. mdse. 136.83 City Clevk, adv. cash £>•»; Thuente's. supplies ------- <>•'•" Airport Fund Municipal Utilities, water 5-0^ Bohannon Ins., ins. 20.. . .£ " 5 " ' £ '»•• Pratt Electric, repairs Swartz Hdwe., supplies Taylor Imp., repairs H J Cowan, mdse. _.. — ..-- i»i.»-> Parking Meter Fund Ernest Hutchison, salary Kf. r ' f la. Kmp- *«•• Comm.. tax --•--,- •'"•^ la Pub Emp. Retirement, tax — W..H Hall-Slrahorn, supplies -•--.---•,".- ,V r Meeting adjourned to July ^i. »•'•" at 7:30 P-m- U|nda R clapsn(1(!lc ,, Mavor AUcst: Ivy D. Scuftham. City Clerk NOW-IN OUR SHOWROOM-See The Latest In CAS BUILT-IN KITCHENS Municipal Utilities, Labor Debt Service Fund Iowa State Bank, Bonds 15000.00 Emergency Fund General Gov't. Fund, Transfer Airport Fund 1300.00 5.25 Municipal Utilities, Water Parking Meter Fund Ernest Hutchison, Salary 118.12 Park-0-Metcr Co., Mdse. 516.29 Meeting adjourned to July 7, 1955 at 7:30 P.M. Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk. 3.6 15.U8 25.40 Clarence Helgeson, labor 31.(3 lov.'ii State Bank, tax 74.60 la. Emp. Set-. Comm.. lax . 249.112 Fa. Pub. Emp. Retirement, tax...410.02 Algona Ins. Agency, Ins 63.75 Testing t.abs.. tests 15.011 fjlover Const. Co., refund 30.00 Algona Reminder, supplies 60.2*1 Glenn Miller, prints 21.53 Donovan's Cabinet Shop. supp. .. 07.S10 Bradley Brbs.. supplies . .51 Kent Motor Co.. repairs .... 6.8.1 Hilton's Super Service, supplies .M40.mi Schulty. Bros., labor fl.OO .T. NOTICE I Have Recently Installed Air Conditioning In My Shop. ESSER BARBER SHOP North Jones St. Algona 31* ,o major surgery. , Weather In 1906 I wonder what the temperature vas back in June 1906. People sec'ined to be stirring around juite a bit. "Miss Ruth Purvis sister-in-law of Ed Hough and ;ister of Belle Purvis) is down rom St. Paul for a visit with her Tiany Algona friends and rela- ivos.—Mr and Mrs T. H. Wadn- tvorth were visiting at Union Grove, Wis.f last week. Dara Dodge (cousin of Dot Smith) has gone to ' South Haven, Mich... where he will work Jn a hole 1 , during this summer. Lawrcncf Horan came down from Dolliver for a Sunday visit. He is conducting a prosperous hardware and implement business." » * * The Everett Van Bteenbergs of Flint, Mich, left early Monday morning for home having concluded an interesting vacation. They came to visit Mr and Mrs Oraii Hudson and other relatives and with them and the respective families spent several days at ihe Bad Lands and the Black Hills. They report it was very warm and' very dry up there v.'hi-h detracted a little from the rrann I heard enough about llv:- Bad Lands years ago from my c'num "Shorlie" Lowi> to damprn an;, ardor I might have fur a trip there. The Wisconsin DeiV- <ounds much bolter to me. Doesn't ...f \vry name sound cool and enticing? Later, in early lall, ihu "Three' Muskateers" plan to go there, thence to Davenport. Docs not that sound lovely? I saw Bob Post the other day, the first time in years. He lives at Topeka, Kan., and he and his family vacation at the Okobojis. He had a fine coat of tan. but I ante No. 367, establishing sewer sub- district No. 12 was also adopted. Resolutions were adopted that condemnation proceedings be instituted in order that the City can acquire certain real estate for storm sewer construction. Meeting adjourned to June 23, 1955 at Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk The Citv Council met in adjourned session June 23, 1955'at 7:30 P.M. with the Mayor and all Councilmen present Parsons and Rovn. Mr. Bellnap of the St. Health Dept., Dr. Schutter and Dr. Chapman discussed itti the Council the new state law on milk and recommended the enforcement of a new milk ordinance. Builder's permits were granted to Geo. St. John, Jack. Limbaugh, Chas. Patterson, Harm Hclmers, Mrs. Eva Wille, Josephine Dittmer and David Gouge. An application filed by Richard Norton was re- iccted. The Engineer advised and was directed to reconstruct the storm sewer on Moore Street from. Call Street to North Street. A Resolution of necessity for the construction of sanitary sewers in sub-district No. 12 and hearing to be hold July 21, 1955 at 7:30 P.M. A petition objecting to the construction of a slorm sewer in the northcas' ;arr of Algona was placed on file. Meeting adiourned to June 30, 1955 at 7.30 P.M. Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayo Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk Tho City Council met in special ses sion on June 29, 1955 at 7:30 P.M. wit Mayor Pro Tem Hutzell and all Council present except Kinsey and Rovn Fcrstl, Frank Cunningham and Pau Seeley appeared in regard to a propose real estate development. The Council a greed to cooperate with the sanitary sew er construction. Meeting adjourned. Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk * * • * The City Council met in regular session on June 30, 1955 at 7:30 P.M. with the Mayor and all Councilmen present. This was the time set for hearing on the proposed plans and specifications 'for bituminous surfacing on certain streets. COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met in adjourned ession July 7, 1955 at 7:30 p.m. with Mayor and all Councilmen presunl xcept Cook and Parsons. Preliminary plans for a new strget maintenance building were considered nd it was decided to submit this uesUon to the voters at the general lection Nov. 8. 1955. Another peliUoii from property own- rs on N. Church St. was tiled asking hat no trees be destroyed on said treet. It was agreed to make only the outh end ot Church Street 31 ft. \-idc and the remainder 25 ft. wide. Building permits were granted to VI. W. Bittinger, nay Johnson. II. H. 'alcntine and E. S. Kinsey. The salary for William Woodcock, street employee, was set at S215.00 er month. Tho salary for Police Of- icer Ernest Hutchison was set at 280.00 per month. A Resolution was adopted setting the date for receiving bids tor construc- ion of bituminous paving July 28. !)5S at 7:30 p.m. Meeting adjourned to July 14, 1!I5:> at ':30 p.m. Linda B. Clapsaddle. Mayor \ttest: Ivy D. Scuffham. City Clerk. « m * The City Council met in ad.iourncri session July H. 1955 at 7:30 p.m. with he Mayor'and all Councilmen present except Rovn. A complaint about the storm sewer near the Trinity Lutheran Church was made and the 'Engineer and City Attorney were instructed to nuikc investigation. . The Citv Engineer was instructed iO determine which properties in acwci district No. 11 were not connected to the sanitary sewer and the City Attorney to notify said property owners they "must do so. Builder's permits were granted to W J Lamuth. Robert Hnltzbaucr. Melvin Sill. Owen Hurt. Don Prieskorn Frances Herbst. Claire Anderson. Jc>f Dahlhaiiser and Farm Service Comp.i nv. Advance Publ. Co.. legals H7..V.1 North Am. Steel, mdse. ... 318.77 Continental Oil Co., gas .....231.12 AlRonn Welding Wks.. repairs . 10.25 GrciMiherg Auto Supply, supplies .80 Funk & Dcim, pipe 2.12 Swart?. Iklwc.. supplies ... -1.38 Public Safety Fund A C. Wcishaar. salary 159.51 Albert Bockelman, salary IG6.78 n^vmond Kreb.s, salary 16-l.RR Richard Groen. salary -. 21.1.31 Leo Counley, salary .._ _ 183.71 owa State Bank, salary 67.20 a Employment Sec. Comm.. tax ....".. - -- W-25 Ja Publ. Retirement, tax 332.!U Federal Labs.. Inc., supp. 4.3fi Long's Studio, supplies ._ .. 1.00 Kent Motor Co., repairs .. 55.7C Wagner's DX. gas ....— 2.38 Hilton's Service, gas : '• 1 '- (>fi Viking Oil Co.. gas - - 8».2t> Ira Kohl, salary 20.nO •\lgona Fire Co.. service 205.00 Hciiiker Supply, supplies 11.8-1 Slouffer Fire Euip.. repairs .. Fire Ext. Sales, repairs Sanitation Fund Il.-.rry Ward, labor 3-!-f2 Reakus Helmers;, labor . 17.131 George Weig. Jr.. labor . ... B.:i7 Clarence Helgeson. labor . . . . _ 17.]u la. Employment Sec. Comm. t >1x _ - ...115.78 la. Pub.""Emp. Retirement, tax. 11783 Algona Plumbing, repairs ... 000 Len & Leo's, gas 16.26 Swartz Hdwe.. supplies 24.07 Advance Pub. Co.. legals 84.15 Upper Des Moini-s Pub. Co.. legals - 71.20 Fred Gronbach. salary .. James Egli. salary .154.41) H. J. Cowan, repairs 39.00 Algona Block & Tile. mdse. 5039 Iowa State Bank, tax . . 13.80 McGi-aw-IIill Co.. Inc.. book ... 4.7-1 Buell & Winter, ens. --- ---- ..205.02 City of Ft. Dodge, supp. . 2.iW John W. Smith, expenses .... lO.fif Arnold Motor Supply, supp. .50 Funk & Deiin. repairs r;i-f'C-iibcr« Auto Supplv. supp Hall-Strahorn. supplies . ... !>5.o< Rusk Drugs, supplies ....... ... 125! Western Auto, supplies .. .- 4.5P Upper Des Monies Publ Co supplies .... 8.5t Si-hull/. Bros., repairs Geo. T. Walker Jk Co.. supplies... 2.0' 9.20 __ _ _ i.w Standard Oil Co., supplies 34.8' Recreation Fund Thuente's, supplies David & Carrie King, easement Don Cook, salary . - -Howard Stcplienson. salary William Dowel, salary .. Sheila Sullivan, salary .... Maivia Stilhiian, salary . . 08.8f .... 73.40 . ._ fiO.80 . . 44.81 4-t.8i separate... n ultra-convenient... BUILT-IN COOKING UNITS bring a new look to the modern kitchen . . . Install at any height. Place them close together or at opposite ends of the kitchen ... in a peninsula, in an island. Specify four, six or any number of top burners you need. Install In wood, metal, brick, plastic or any other material, A wide variety of colors and finishes. Save miles of steps. Eye-level controls . . . easy to see without stooping. Tin Very ultimate in fast modern cooking equipment "America's easiest ranges to keep clean." YOU'LL BE "YEARS AHEAD" WITH CALORIC BUILT-INS Whether you're building a new home or remodeling you'll want io see this buill- in unil before you make any decisions. Available for both bottle and natural gas and with automatic or manual conlrols. PRICES ARE NO HIGHER THAN A REGULAR GAS RANGE! RAPID THERMOGAS CO. Phone 16—Algona So. Philips There were no objections. A Resolution was adopted that the AUTO RACES, T«rrifn'nj spo*J, llirills, action nn Amorici's tt\t/ c>t half mile. Championship battles of '55. AUcjp iwom, Auj. 23-2J; Nighu, Sopt. 2-5. Bii;.|im# direJrviU from COBM to coa^t til in uiiiie aftimoon of huuilous s'uriij. STOCK CAR RACES * Statt championship imdifird dock CM tprintt, iftmioon Au(. 27; nuo m«/ilhon, IJO milct, rule Sept. 4. 119 CAI AWTQ RODEO STARRING CENE AUTRY One of nalinn's Rrcat content rfxl^os, -I. • farnciui coubojs from all tlic wen in .f»" RACES Att*r«»*» — *M«. ?f-3f *«X 4-.>Min». buirridm's.""iil-,; r *f\|"/7jfcl?i Wtft —*•»». a-* ^^v thullm. AJu»nnon». Sept. V.V\ «/•»£) America 1 ! treated; diuy. Irerjicd billlts o'n***^-^ 4 ' 5 ' Nile ' Sci "- 3 ' *'~-*> l ' *f)\ lut»t U.S. hall mile. ^ J ^|nTrT Ty rT-r TT i3S33 p ' 'in» U specifications not be approved, that the scaled bids be returned unopened and that Ihe specifications be amended so that the gravel for the concrete base course not necessarily be obtained from ,1 pit located in SWVi 5Ei/ 4 25-95-29. A petition was Wed by property owners of Church Street requesting that the trees on said street not be destroyed. The salary of Kenneth Frankl, a street Jcpartment employee, was set at $215.00 per month. An Easement from David & Carrie King for the construction of a closed sewer line was accepted. Builder's permits were gtantcd to Fred Hagcn. Leonard Thilges, Ben Bakken, W. M. Remders, E. C. Pittman and E. U. ViW- hams. An application filed by W. J. Lamuth was rejected. The following claims were allowed. General Government Fund Linda Clapsaddle, Salary Ivy D. Scuftham, Salary _____ Njncy Sands, Salary --- ...-L K. Ferguson. Salary . ..... Albert Bockelman, Salary _ . _ lo«,i State Bank, Tax ------ .-NW tiell Telephone, Service City Clerk, Adv. Cash _____ ___ Leaguu of Iowa Municipalities, Dues _. ._ __., --- ......... . Gate City Steel, Iron --- ..... Union Freightways, Freight --Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies 150.00 239.50 100.64 16.77 47.25 84.40 10.40 6.00 90.00 274.53 29.13 3.68 755.03 John Carroll, Legal Services _. Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, Salary 119.75 Albert Pergande, Salary . _ _ Glenn Burtis, Salary ----- --Richard Frambach, Salary .. . . ^ Ra>mond Metzen, Jr , Salary .Jack Mcars, Salary 108.67 108.67 92.29 87.29 92.29 have an product. lakes lon idea it was a Kansas He had not beep at the enough to acquire such MUSICAL REVUE „ rich gulden tone. He hasn't anod 'i I- 1 ' 1 - J tall< a - s th'J'JS 11 lie h-!ti reached old age. As a matter of fact I ran rt-mt'mbor hisajji' ' ORDINANCE NO. 368 AIJ ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO n 3h REDUCING THE AMOUNT OF i 'CENSF l : Et REQUIRED OF OPERATOR OF ROll ER-'KATING RINK Re .1 urJJiiie.J b. th? Cily Council of th'.- Cily ft AlQor.i lov.j •'.-1 1 That Or'1.n,.nc..-: No Jt^ entitled I -OILER SKATINo RINK.-,. AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE REGULATION OF ROLLER SKATING RINKS. PRESCRIBING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREV.ITH, enacted October 10 1946 bi/ jnd ijmo n. hcre'n anienJ- ed by sinking all ot Si-'ction 3 therefrom rind in.citing m lieu Iticicof the following Sec i Licence Fn- The operator of (.•• orv roiloi -sk Jting r.nk 'jhall pa> lo ll'iC Cilr oi Algona a hcont.e tee in the vim of 52^00 per ,t_'.lr which sum is i;,-i, .iLne si the office ut the City Cieik t-uch ^eji 01 ponton tneteul the rolk'r- •jk.ilmq r*nk r* m opefution m advance ll.e Council n-.a,. b> i/t ..per motion 01 icM-luti^n ut rec'.iiu. a -,car mtc [".•nj.-l'. with coiit-'ipunJing division of | tnc a"irj.."t ot sj.d lncnsc tee. Sec .' Th £ -,t th;^ OrJinji-icr.' biul! Ijc in i.e .i'-"! etfecl irom an J jft^'i il-j j,^- )e uriu ['uLliculion j 1 - piu.idi.-d ,r> law Pd'^ed uuutJlei! und ,j|.pio.C(J lhi-» i 4th , oi J..,!,, IV5J i I 1 ,/ D jcutflitjiii, Cily C'erK. j Donald Prow. Salary 101.59 John Bahr, Labor 18.62 Harry SVard, Labor 45.36 Fred C. Hagg, Salary 278.48 , Ciri',.Hi?. Mayor AUTHENTICATION Tht -jbu.e ,in-j forcgoino Oidn.ince No. ".6(i >• here!,, -\iiincrilK-vtea tint .; r:-. j,» .^t juiy, I '/', J D. jtulrham, Cily CleiK NW Iowa State Bank, Tax _. Kossuth Mutual Ins. Co., Rent . NW Bell Telephone, Service -City Clerk, Adv. Clarence Eraser, Sidewalk _ R B. Phillips, Sidewalk ... Lee Hatcher, Labor Lylc Signs, Inc, Signi Hovey Implement Co , Tractor, etc Algona Equipment Co., Mdse F S. Norton i Sen, Supplies _ Pratt Electric. Repairs ...__-. Harry Cutler, Labor ... Miller Engineering Co , Eng _ Closer Const. Co., Mdse. & Labor - . Donovan's Cabinet Shop. Mdsu. W. C. Brown Supply. Supplies Kossuth Co, Mamt. Fund, Re- scjling' Street - _..... Kohlhaas Hdwe , Supplies _. Norton Machine Wks., Repairs Pc-rcival Motors, Repairs _ L R. Stemman, Labor _ Public Safety Fund A. C. Weishaar, Salary . . . Albert Bockelman, Salary .... Raymond Krcbs. Salary . . Richard Groen, Salary . . . Leo Counlcv, Salary . .. . lo*a State Bank, Tax Raymond Kiebs Expenses . Leo CrOunley, Expenses Federal labs , Inc , Supplies Hunter Mfg Co , Repairs . . . NW Bell Telephone Service liu Kohl Salary r'' t tlt.'h Elberi, Salary Algonu Fire Co., iL-rviccs ^loufier Fire F.cjuip Co. Ri;),},!-. Sanitation Fund Ferguson. Salary i-.-ny W.vd. Labor . Hclmcru, Labor Weaku 1 , Hc-lir.crx Labor CWc/go Wee,. Jr.. L.iLoi r_rea Pcrgancle, L^i.e.r Rell U-lephone. Scr. ire C:ui-., Aj.. Ctl^li ; L 83.20 10.00 14.30 13.35 84.87 51.20 • 160.00 41.20 1889.91 280.00 6.00 3.00 142.50 1253.07 396.67 86.96 33.36 328.84 17.83 133.02 8.10 57.50 134.75 134.95 121.70 132.30 12670 30.00 94.55 19.75 69.62 6.75 23.75 20.00 10.00 483.00 10.33 132.30 71.82 90.16 84.28 74.6' 47.17 73 75 12.55 13.45 ELCO TRADE MARK KtblbTfcHED Cooperatives Make Savings For You * Many pf your neighbors know the value of cooperative membership, They get to share in the savings of the cooperatives they do business with. FELCO members profit two ways: l-~-they share in the cooperative $avings; and 2—they get tpp production from their livestock and poultry with FELCO feeds. Stop in this week, and learn about the double advantages of becoming a FELCO member. You get the best feed you can buy; and you share in the cooperative savings. How can ypy lose on a deal like that? Stop in today. Let's talk about itl Lone Rock Cooperative Elcvaior Co., Lone Rock West Bend Elevator Co., Wesl Bend Fenlon Cooperative Elevator Co., Fcnlon Whittemoie Cooperative Elevator, Whilternore DO BUSINESS WITH YOURSELF' The Formers Elevator, Bode Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., Swea City Farmers Cooperative Society. Wesley Burl Cooperative Elevator, Burt li

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