The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1956 · Page 11
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lion Govf . ndsJSYrs. exactly 15 years since - seifls E savings bonds were in- trcfliced to citizens of the United Stifes, and since that time Kos- suM county residents have pur- chl h A A total of $25,101,055 wrfth of E and H bonds. County sa//ngs bond chairman G. D. SMimway of Algona made the announcement yesterday. May 1 is the fifteenth anniversary of the series E bonds, andi the H bond, which offers to its owfier two yearly interest checks came into being in 1952. The series E bond, known during World War II as Defense and war bonds, first went on the market May 1, 1941. Investment in the series E and series H bonds is limited to individuals, and banks, corporations, associations and other groups are not eligible to purchase them. The money paid out by the government for bonds cashed by individuals has been put to a variety of uses by owners during the 15 year period, and as bonds are cashed in the future benefits will be reaped. Nationwide, 40 million persons own series E and H savings bonds worth more than 40 billion dollars, proving that one out of every four citizens are owners of bonds. During the same 15 year period in Iowa, bank deposits tripled, as was life insurance In force. Totals of bonds sold in surrounding counties during the same period follows: Emmet, $14,948,996; Hancock, $14,873,093; Humboldt, $13,740,212; Palo Alto, $13,610,242; and Winnebago, $15,507,046. Ledyard Rehires All Of Teachers Ledyard — All of the Ledyard teachers from grades orte through seven have signed contracts for the coming year. They are Miss Annette Becker, Mrs "Helen Willadsen, Miss DeEtta Thovson, Mrs Joeldine Fennema, Mrs Lilah Keil, Mrs June Beyers, and Craig Calhoun. Superintendent Leo Willadsen has also signed for the third year. Mrs G.'Dale Canfield does not expect to teach, creating a vacancy in the Home Economics department. Other vacancies to be filled are science, English and eighth grade. The Mark is a German monetary unit and is divided into lOti pfennigs. . UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board oC Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall, City of Algona, Iowa, April 16, 1D56 at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Present were: Allen Buchanan, C. R. McQuiston, M. J. Bradley, T. James Palmer, Supt. of Utilities and Ira Kohl, Secretary. The minutes of the meetings of Mar. 27th and Mar. 31, 1956, were read and approved. Motion by McQuiston and seconded by Bradley that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as nudited. Motion carried. All voting "Aye". tight Fund lowp Publ. Employee's Retirement System, retirement tax 553.86 Iowa Employment Security Commission, soc. sec. tax 316.50 W. W. Sullivan P. M., postage 38.28 Pay Roll, pay roll 1,930.93 Milton Bilyeu, labor 153.72 Edwin Weishaar, labor 146.66 -Mervin Hentges, labor 03.64 MUford Bilyeu, labor 104.94 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 255.30 Soc. Sec. Fund, soo. sec. tax ..158.61 Treasurer of the State of Iowa, state sales tax 1,611.17 Treasurer of the State of Iowa, use tax - 44.77 Water Fund Iowa Public Employee's Retirement System, retirement tax 141.56 Iowa Employment Security Commission, soc. sec. tax 82.52 Pay Roll, pay roll 306.03 Frank Ostrum, labor 128.35 w-iitp* P»ter?on. labor 119.18 Joe Medin, labor 18.86 I, i Stale Bank, withholding tax 35.30 Soc See. Fund. soc. sec. tax 26.53 N. Central Pub. Serv. Co., gaa bill - 63 - 59 Treasurer of the State of Iowa. state sales tax — .—284.27 Depoilt Fund Katherlne Gray et al, deposit refund — - ....--— 45.00 Social Security Fund Iowa Public Employee's Retirement System, retirement tax 695.42 Iowa Employment Sec. Commission, soc. sec. tax 309-91 The Board authorized the transfer of certain office furniture and eau'P- ment, used by the Mayor, City Clerk, Police and Sewage Plant, to the City Council, without charge. • Next meeting date was set tor May 1 1956. at 7:30 o'clock p.m. 'Meeting adjourned. Secretary /S/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board NOTICE OF PRIMARY iUCTIpN Algon*. l9W», Jun» 4th, 19S4 Notice is hereby given that in accordance with the provisions of the Primary Election law of the State of .Iowa, there will be held a Primary Election in this County, on Monday, June 4th, \956. The said Primary Election will be held in the regular polling places In each pre- einct in the county and the polls will be open it eight o'clock A.M., and will close al eioht o^lock P.M. At this Primary Election candidates are to be nominated by the republican and democratic parties for the following of- One United States Senator One Governor One Lieutenant Governor One Secretary of State One Auditor of State One Treasurer of State One Secretary of Agriculture One Attorney General . One Commerce Commissioner One Representative in Congress Sixth One r 'ltate Senator 49th District One State Representative 85th Distrlc One County Auditor One County Treasurer One Clerk of the District Court One Sheriff One County Recorder One County Attorney «rd of Sup«v 1W ou represent District No. 1 fo a term of three years commencing Tuesday, May 1, 1956 .' A|fl6f>a flail. Uppqr Des Malnes-3 January 2nd, 1958; said district' ft composed of Whittemore, Cresco, Irvington, Gorfleld, ftiverdale, Shef- man and LuVerne Townships,' '•"One to represent District No. 2 fbr a term of three years corrtmehclhfl January 2nd, 1957; said -district It composed of Algona, Union and Plum Creek Townships. One to represent District No, 2 to fill vacancy. One to represent District No. 3 for a term of three years commencing January 2nd, 1958; said district .Is composed of Ramsey, Gsfrnart,:-Port- land, Buffalo, Wesley and • Pralfle Townships. One to represent District No. 4 for a term of three years commehclhg January 2nd, 1957; said district Is composed or Swea, Seneca, Greenwood, Fenton, Burt artd Letts Creek Townships. Township .officers as follows: • Two Justices of the Peace . Two Constables ' One Township Trustee, term' commencing January/1957 One Township Trustee, Term commencing January, 1958. . One Township Clerk One Party Committeeman and one Party Committeewoman from each precinct and the Delegates to the" County Convention are to be elected. RATIO OF REPRESENTATION AT COUNTY CONVENTION Jurne of Precinct Republican Democrat Algona First Wartf 8 Algona Second Ward 18 Algona Third Ward , 9 Algona Fourth Ward 7 Buffalo Twp. 10 lurt Twp. 8 Cresco Twp. , 5 •agle Twp. 3 "sst Lone Rock (Burt) 3 : enton (Fenton Twp:) 6 Garfield Twp. 3 German Twp. 5 Grant Twp. 3 areenwood Twp. 7 Harrison Twp. 11 Hebron Twp. - 3 rvington Twp. 4 .akota (Ledyard Twp.) 6 .edyard (Ledyard Twp.) 5 .Incoln Twp. 3 .one Rock (Fenton Twp.) 4 Letts Creek Twp. .uVerne Twp. 3 lum Creek Twp. ^ortlahd Twp. 'ralrie Twp. . 'amsey Twp. liverdale Twp. eneca Twp. iherman Twp. pringfield Twp. wea Twp. Jnlon Twp. Wesley Twp. Whittemore Twp.t 6 11 14 5 6 5 ' 3 3 5 4 2 13 10 3 6 5 5 3 5 7 4 4 7 4 6 4 4 3 3 4 9 12 In testimony whereof, I have 1 hereunto et my hand and affixed the seal of the County of Kossuth this 20th 'day of April A. D., 1956. MARC MOORE . AUDITOR OF KOSSUTH COUNTY IOWA ; ' Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Coun'cil met in special ses- ion, April 4; 1958 at 7:30 p.m. with he Mayor and all Councllmen present except Parsons. Assessment plat and schedule and estimate of cost for a system of storm ewers within storm sewer sub-district No. 1 was filed by Engineer M.' W. Bittinger. A Resolution was passed adopting he appraised valuations for said dis- .rlct. A Resolution of Necessity was proposed for said storm sewer and April 30, 1956 at 7:30 p.m. was the ,ime fixed for considering objections o final adoption of this Resolution. A Resolution' was adopted -setting May 9, 1956 as the final date for receiving petitions for street Improvement for 1956. Meeting adjourned. 1 Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk * * • The City Council met In adjourned session April 11', 1956 at 7:30 p.m. with the Mayor and all Councilmen present. Minutes were read and approved. This was the time set for hearing o consider changing the zoning of the S',i of Blk. 225, Call's Addition and Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4. Blk. 237, Call's State Street Addition and Lot 1 of Lot ! of Auditor's Plat of the S 4114 rds. of SEM, SE'.J 2-95-29 to commercial district; there were no objections. Ordinance No. 378, amending the Zoning Ordinance for said change, was adopted. Two offers to purchase part of vacated Ackley Street were rejected due to the'fact (lie present appraisals are obsolete, A Resolution was adopted accepting the propdsal of. Tom Mcuraw for construction of the sanitary sewer to lots S and 6, Blk. 285 Call's Addition. A class 'C' .beer permit wns granted to .Raymond,Miller and, class 'B' permits -were granted to Moose Lodge artd V.F.W. Builder's permits were granted to Bowrtinn Builders, Glenn Hike, Bernard Brlggs, Ray Gilbert, Frank Steb- ritz, Mrs Edna Harr, John Chrlschllles, Tom SarnpsOri, Irvin Etherlngton, Ran- riey Leek, Ted'and Margaret Herbst, Kossuni 'Motor Co. and P. R. Irons. A Resolutlori was adopted consenting and acknowledging assignment of Everds Bros*, contract. \ The*; following claims were allowed. General Government Fund Nancy Sands, salary 72.67 L. K. Ferguson, salary 16.94 Tqwa State Bank, tax 35.GO la. Employment Security Comm. tax . — 74.88 Public Employees' Retirement, tax - 131.04 Uniform Bldg. Code Ass'n, books 46.15 Albert Hagg, refund 1.00 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., supp. 6.36 Advance Publ. Co., legals 109.06 City of Stgrm Lake, code 5.00 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, salary 139.29 Albert Pergande, 'salary 122.99 Glenn/Burtls, salary 112.13 Richard,Frambach, salary 94.'97 Raymond W. Metzen, Jr., salary 88.95 Jack Mears, salary 98.95 Donald Prew, salary 103.95 Kenneth FrankJ, salary 107.58 L. K. Ferguson, salary 141.75 lown State Bank, tax 69.00 Employment Security Comm., tax - 1 255.53 Public Employees' Retirement, tax 435.10 Algona' Electric, repairs 11.00 Arnold Motor Supply, supplies 10.60. Pratt Electric, repairs 13.00 Viking Oil Co., oil — 153.03 Advance Publ. Co., notices 18.33 Bowen's Superior Explosives Co., mdse. 15.45 East End Foundry, mdse. 316.00 Algonn Implement, repairs 31.00 Greenberg Auto Supply, supplies 12.49 Hilton's Service, mdse. 100.10 Kent Motor Co., repairs 59.65 Miller Lumber Co., supplies 4.64 Perclval Motors, repairs 11.58 Taylor Implement, repairs 42.46 Skclly Oil Company, gas 112.50 Public Safety Fund Albert Boekelman, salary 180.64 A. C. Weishaar, salary 135,40 Richard Groen, salary 1 155,45 Ernest Hutchison, salary 144.80 Peter Jorgenson, salary 121.88 Iowa State Bank, tax 39.80 Employment Security Comm., tax - 215.71 Public Employees' Retirement, tax —-'- 332.23 Dr. C. C. Shlerk, expenses 47.50 Albert Boekelman, expenses „ 57.81 Peerless Handcuff Co., repairs.- 6.75 H. W. Becker, supplies — 10.30 Greenberg Auto Supply, supp. 4.68 Bradley Bros., mdse. - 21.47 Taylor Implement, repairs 43.80 Hilton's Service, mdse. 20.35 Ira Kohl, salary 20.00- John Chalgren, repairs 8.65 Advance Publ. Co., supplies 1.00 Algona Fire Co., service —172.00 Sanitation Fund Maurice McNally, salary , 43.24 Reakus Helmers, labor 112.45 Reiner Helmers, labor 96.39 John W. Helmers, labor 74.65 George Weig, Jr., labor 64.49 Eugene Helmers. labor 20.82 Gordon Baer, labor 78.64 Employment Security Comm., Public ~~Employ~ees' Retirement, Mason "CiTy "Slue Print, mdse.— 24.93 Brandt Buick, repairs 39.45 Hilton's Service, gas 18.51 Swartz Hacdware, supplies 3.26 Miller Lumber Co., mdse. 120.88 James Egli, salary -"2'2S Fred Gronbach. salary 97.97 Iowa State Bank, tax — 18.70 Arnold Motor Supply, supplies — 2.60 R. J. Funk, repairs — — 1.86 Greenberg Auto Supply, supp.— 4.00 Hall-Strahorn Hdwe., supplies — 1.7B Hutzell's, supplies -,Ji5 Continental Oil Co., oil -L—121.60 Recreation Fund John Bahr,-labor — 3.92 Robert Deal, cut trees 27.00 Parking Meter Fund Raymond Krebs, salary — - 13 j>-2;> Iowa State Bank, tax 15.90 Employment Security Comm., tax 39-45 Public Employees' Retirement, tax - 69.04 Meeting adjourned to April 18, 1956 'D'r. P 'Cameron C." Shierk, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk. NEED EXTRA CORN •Iliil HWBISSD CONSISTENTLY GOOD - YEAR AFTER YEAR Ask For Any Amount — Or Any Number — We Have It Available G-75A, G-16A, G-33A G-30A, G-22, G-23 Also ISO TOX For Seed Treatment MAGNUS RAHM ALGONA VINCENT EISENBACHER . WESLEY DOUGLAS MECHLER ... TITONKA Q. A. BJUSTROM BURT BLAINE SAXTON „. ~ LONE ROCK LAWRENCE MUELLER - - - FENTON BOBDALL OTTOSiN WALTER FALB WEST BEND A, H. ERPiLDING ---- BODE ELMER KUBLY CORWITH 17-36 The UPPER DES MOINES has the .... 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