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6-Afgena (fo.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, June 19, 1956 Norma Jean Hefty and Kenneth Fuhr Wed, June 3 LuVerne — The Evangelical United Brethren Church in Lu- Verne was the petting for the pretty wedding of Norma Jean Hefty, Renwick and Kenneth Arnolds Fuhr, Goldfield, shown here, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 3. The double ring service was read by Rev. J. Paul Stevens. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John J. Hefty Jr. of Renwick, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Fuhr of Goldfield. Mrs Andrew Marty, LuVerno was organist. She accompanied Delia Jean Hefti, LuVerne, as she sang "O Promise Me" and "The Lord's Prayer" as the young couple knelt at the altar, and during the reception "Always" and "I'll Walk Beside You." The bride, given in marriage by her father, was lovely in a white chapel length gown of clipped French imported lace. The sleeves tapered to a point at the hand. Her three-tiered gown was fashioned r with a scalloped collar, fitted bodice of nylon net inserted with French lace which dropped into a full skirt of double nylon net and lace. li featured alternating rows of six inch ruffles of net and lace which continued three-fourths of the way down the gown into nylon netting. Her finger-tip veil was trimmed in lace to match her gown. It was caught to a tiara of seed pearls. Her bouquet 01 white carnations was centered with a large orchid. Her only jewelry consisted of earrings. Eleanor Ann Schwidder, of Hardy, was maid of honor, bridesmaids were Karen Fuhr. Goldfield, and Wilma Jean Janson, Karen Rohrer, Eagle Grove. Wanda Jane Hefty, Renwick, sister of the bride was junior bridesmaid. Diane Fittje, Humphrey, Neb., cousin of the bride and Christie Jones, Goldfield, were flower girls. Steven Jones, Goldfield was ring bearer. The bridegroom was attended by Andrew Evji, Goldfield, as best man. The groomsmen were Maurice Halverson, Humboldt, Lynn Hanson, Goldfield, and Lee Fittji, Humphrey, Neb. Ushers were Marlin Hefti, Britt, and Marvin Hansen of G a r n e r, Candlelighters were Dennis Hefty, Renwick and Roger Travis, Humboldt. A reception for 200 guests followed in the church rooms. The four-tiered cake was made and decorated by Mrs Ernest Fittje, Humphrey, Neb., who cut and served the guests after the young couple cut the traditional first piece. Presiding at the punch bowl was the bride's grandmother, Mrs Sam Hoesly and pouring was Mrs John Zimmerman of Renwick. The guest book was in charge of Miss Patricia Hefty, Livermore and gifts were arranged by Rhoda Travis and Phyllis Halverson, Humboldt. Dining room hostesses were Esther Merkle and Mrs Albert Hefty, LuVerne. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs Bernard Wolf, Mrs Harry Naffziger, Mrs Fred Merkle, Mrs Henry Marty and Mrs Edwin Hefti, Lu- Verne. The bride, a graduate of the class of 1955 Vermin Consolidated school, attended junior college Eagle Grove, for the past year. The bridegroom graduated from Goldfield high school and served overseas in the armed forces. After a honeymoon to the Black Hills the young couple will be at home on the William Hefti farm north of Goldfield. The bridegroom is employed in Goldfield. child, a nine pound boy born Tuesday at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. The little boy will be named Gary James and is the first grandchild for the James Becker's or Walter Elsbecker's. Joe Welp, who had his left leg broken in a recent accident, had the leg placed in a cast. Joe returned to his home Saturday and is resting quite well. Janice Menke and Patsy Dudding left Friday to spend the weekend with Janice's sister and family, Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing and Joyce of Ames. Mrs William Peterson left Tuesday for an extended visit* with her daughters in Minneapolis. Mrs Perry Torino accompanied her daughter Ruth of Austin to Ames, where Ruth will attend a convention at Iowa State College. Mr and Mrs Charles Inman, Mr and Mrs Paul Inman, Mr and Mrs Ross Inman, Mr Inman. Mr and and Mrs Phil Mrs Thomas Coglcy, Frank Cogley, Helen Cogley, Mrs Mae Lattimer and Margie attended the wedding of James Cogley Jr. at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church in Algona Sat- urdav. Overload Fines A Bancroft trucker, R. J. Vaske, paid two fines on overload counts in Justice C. H. Ost- winkle's court last week. Vaske paid $21.70 and costs for axle- overload of truck and $28 and costs for overload on registration. Ostwinkle suspended $18 of the latter fine and Vaske increased his license from K to L. Tell Of Boys State Larry Wicks, Bob Hardy and Jerry Downey, three of the five Algona boys who recently attended Hawkeye Boys State of the American Legion, were guest speakers at the Rotary club, June 11. They related details of their week's stay at the camp. The other two Algona boys who attended were Monte Pearson and Jim Lichter. ORDINANCE NO. 379 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF $35,000.00 OF STREET CONSTRUCTION BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING A PART OF THE COST OF STREET IMPROVEMENTS AND LEVYING A TAX TO PAY SAID BONDS WHEREAS, the City of Algona, in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, is a City duly incorporated, organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws and constitution of the State- of Iowa; and WHEREAS, the City of Algona, Iowa, heretofore entered info contract with GLOVER CONSTRUCTION COA/PANY of Luverne, Minnesota, for the conslruction of concrete curb and gutter improvements within said City, and it is necessary to issue $35,000.00 of Street Construction Bonds to p/)y a part of the cost of said improvements as authorized by Code Section 396.22 of the Code of Iowa 1954, as amended; and WHEREAS, notices have been published and hearings have been held as required by law on the levy of said tax and the issuance of said Street Construction Bonds NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section 1. That in order to provide a fund to pay the principal and interest on the bonds hereinafter authorized to be issued, and pursuant to the authority granted by Code Section 396.22 and Chapter 396, Code of Iowa 1954, as amended, thtre is hereby levied a sufficient annual tax for the years 1956 to 1962, inclusive, said tax being in the following amounts, to-wit: Year of Levy Amount Year of Collection ORDINANCE NO, 380 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE ISSUANCE OF $100,000.00 SEWER CONSTRUCTION BONDS FOR THE PURPOSE OF PAYING A PART OF THE COST OF SEWER IMPROVEMENTS, AND LEVYING A TAX TO PAY SAID BONDS WHERHAS, the City of Algona, in the County of Kossuth, State of low.i, is s City duly incorporated, organized and existing under and by virtue o( the general laws and constitution of the State of lowa, and is not affected by any- special legislation; and WHEREAS, the City of Algona, lowa, entered into various contracts for the construction of sewer improvements, to- wit' Clark and Fifz Construction Company, two contracts dated August 18. 1955; Lundell Construction Company, a contract dated November 10, 1955 and Schramm Bros., a contract dated December 29, 1955, and it is necessary to issue $100,000.00 of Sewer Construction Bonds as authorized by Code Section 396.22 of the Code of low.i 1954, for the purpose of paying a part of the cost of said improvements; and WHEREAS, it is rvecessary to levy a tax for the purpose of paying principal and interest on said Sewer Construction Bonds; and WHEREAS, notices have been published and hearings have been held as required by law on the levy of said tax and the issuance of said Sewer Construction Bonds NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY Or ALGONA, IOWA: Section I. That there be and there is hereby levied the following direct tax on all of the taxable property within the City of Algona, lowa, to-wit: S9.200.00 to bp levied in 1956, for collection in 1957 7,660.00 to be levied in 1957, for collection in I958 Sl2.520.00 to be levied in 1958, for collection in 1959 $12,240.00 to be levied in 1959, for collection in 1960 $11,960.00 to be levied in 1960, for collection in 1961 $11,680.00 to be levied in 1961, for collection in 1962 $11,400.00 to be levied in 1962, for collection in 1963 $11,120.00 to be levied in 1963, for collection in 1964 $10,840.00 to be levied in 1964, for collection in 1965 $10,560.00 to be levied in 1965, for collection in 1966 $10,280.00 to be levied in 1966, for collection in 1967 Section 2. Said tax shall be collected each year at the same time and in the same manner as, and in addition to, all other taxes in and for said City, and when collected they shall be converted into o fund to be known as the "Sewer Construction Bond Fund 1956", which is hereby pledged for, and shall be used only for the payment of the principal and interest of the bonds hereinafter authorized to be issued; and also there shall be apportioned to said fund its proportion of taxes received by the City from railway, express, telephone and telegraph companies and other taxes assessed by the State TJX Commission of the State of lowa. Section 3. That Sewer Construction Bonds of said City in the amount of $100,000.00 to be issued in anticipation ot the collection of the Sewer Fund tax levied in Section 1 hereof, pursuant to the provisions of Section 396.22 of the Code of lowa, 1954; that said bonds be designated "Sewer Construction Bond"; that they be 100 in number, dated May I. 1956, bonds to bear interest at the rate ot 2.80°b per annum from the dafe of said bonds until payment thereof, payable on November 1, 1956, and semiannually thereafter on the first days of May and November in each year until maturity; ^ that said bonds be signed by the Mayo 'rancl attested by the City Clerk, and the seal of said City attached, and the certificate of registration endorsed thereon; that interest on said bonds be evidenced by coupons therto attached and maturing on the several days when such interest matures; such interest coupons may be executed with the original or facsimile signature of the City Clerk; that principal and interest be payable at the office of the City Treasurer in the City of Algona, lowa; that said bonds be numbered from 1 to 100, both numbers inclusive, and be in the denomination of $1,000.00 each. Said bonds shall mature ^ocfion t. Bond? miniborpd 1 t» 100, both numbers inclusive, shall be in form substantially as follows: (FORM OF BOND) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF IOWA CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA SEWER CONSTRUCTION BOND No $1,000.00 The City of Algona, lowa, for value received, promises to pay to bearer ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, lawful money of the United States of America on the 1st clay of November, 19. - , with interest on said sum from the date hereof unrn paid at the rate of 2.8096 per annum, payable on November I, 1956, and somtannually thereafter on the first days of May and November in each year, on presentation and surrender of the interest coupons hereto attached; both principal and interest payable at the office of the City Treasurer in the City of Algona, lo- wa This bond is issued by thc^City of Al- gcna, lowa, pursuant to the provisions of Section 396.22 of Chapter 396, Code of lowa 1954, and in conformity to an ordinance of the City Council of said City duly passed. And it is hereby represented and certified, that all things requisite according to the law and construction of the Stote .~if inwa to be done precedent to the lawful issue of this bond have been performed as required by law, and that the total indebtedness of said City, including this bond, does not exceed the constitutional or statutory limitations. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, said City by its Council has caused this bond to be S'Cjned by its Mayor and attested by its Clerk with the seal of said City attached, Ihis 1st day of May, 1956. Dr Cameron C. Shierk Mayor ATTEST: Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk (FORM OF COUPON) The Treasurer of the City of Algona, lowa, will pay to bearer $ on the 1st day of _. , 19 at his office in the City of Algona, lowa, (or interest on its Sewer Construction Bond, dated May 1, 1956, No. Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk of Algona, lowa On the back of each bond there shaH be endorsed a certificate of the City Treasurer in the following form: (FORM OF TREASURER'S CERTIFICATE) The issue of this bond has been duly and properly registered in my office as of the 1st day of May, 1956. F. L. McMahon City Treasurer of Algona, lowa Section 5. That principal and interest coming due at any time when the proceeds of said tax on hand shall be insufficient to pay the same, shall , be promptly paid when due from current funds of said City available for that purpose and reimbursement shall be made from such special funds in the amounts thus advanced. Section 6. That this Ordinance constitutes a contract between said City and the purchasers of the bonds; that when said bonds have been executed as aforesaid they shall be delivered to the Treasurer of said City, who shall'register the same in a book for that purpose and shall thereupon deliver said bonds to tho purchaser thereof, as directed by the City Council. Section 7. That a certified copy of this Ordinance be filed with the County Auditor of Kossuth County, lowa, and that said Auditor be and he is hereby instructed in and for each of the years 1956 to 1966, both years inclusive, to levy and assess the tax hereby authorized in Section 1 of this Ordinance, in like manner as other taxes are levied and assessed, and that such taxes so levied in and for each of the years aforesaid be collected in like manner as other taxes of said city are collected, and when collected be used for the purpose of paying principal and interest on said bonds issued in anticipation of said tax, and for no other purpose whatsoever. Section 8. That all ordinances and resolutions and parts of ordinances and resolutions in conflict herewith are here- b\ repealed. PASSED AND APPROVED this 5th day of June, 1956. /S/ Dr. Cameron C. Shierk . Mayor ATTEST: Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk as follows: Bond No. to 5, both incl. 6 to 10, both incl. to 20, both incl. to 30, both incl. to 40, both incl. to 50, both incl. to 60, both incl. to 70, both incl. to 80, both incl. to 90, both incl. 91 to 100, both incl. Amount $ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,00000 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 Maturity Date November 1, 1957 November 1, 1958 November 1, 1959 November 1, 1960 November 1, 1961 November 1, 1962 November 1, 1963 November 1, 1964 November 1, 1965 November 1, 1966 November 1, 1967 1956 1957 1958 1959 I960 1961 1962 $6,450.00 $5,825.00 $5,690.00 $5,550.00 $5,415.00 $5,275,00 $5,140.00 1957 1958 1959 I960 1961 1962 1963 . Section 2. Said each year at the same time and in the same manner as, and in addition to, al other taxes in and for said City, anc when collected they shall be convertec into a fund to be known as Ihe "STREET CONSTRUCTION BOND FUND 1956". which is hereby pledged for, and shall be used only for the payment of the principal and interest of the bonds hereinafter authorized to be issued; ond also there shall be apportioned to said fund its proportion of taxes received by the City from railway, express, telephone ant] telegraph companies and other taxes assessed by the State Tax Commission of the State of lowa. Section 3. That Street Construction Bonds of said City in the amount of $35,000.00 be issued pursuant to the provisions of Section 396.22 of the Code of lowa 1954, as amended; that said bonds be designated "STREET CONSTRUCTION BOND", and that they be 35 in number, dated May 1, 1956; bonds to bear interest at the rate of 2 3/4° 0 per annum, from the date of said bonds until payment thereof, payable on Nov. 1, 1956 and semiannually thereafter on the first days of May and November in each year until maturity; that said bonds be signed by the Mayor and attested by the City Clerk, and Ihe seal of said City attached, and the certificate of registration endorsed thereon; that interest on c^id bonds be evidenced by coupons therto attached and maturing on the several days when such interest matures; such interest coupons shall be executed with the facsimile signature of the City Clerk, and surh Cierk by the execution of said bonds shall adopt as and for his own propel signature his facsimile signature appearing on said coupons; that the principal and interest be payable at the office of the City Treasurer in the City of Algona, lowa; that said bonds be numbered from 1 to 35, both inclusive, and be in the denomination of $1,000.00 each. Said bonds shall mature as follows: tax shall be collected pose and reimbursement shall be made in the amounts from such special funds thus advanced. Section 6. That this Ordinance consti tutes a contract between said City anc the purchasers of the bonds; that when said bonds have been executed as afore said they shall be delivered to the Treasurer of said City, who shall register the same in a book provided for that purpose and shall thereupon deliver said bonds to the purchaser thereof, as directed by the City Council. Section'7. That a certified copy of this Ordinance be filed with the County Auditor of Kossuth County, lowa, and that said Auditor be and he is hereby directed in and for each of the years 1956 to 1962, both years inclusive, to levy and assess the tax hereby authorized in Section I of this Ordinance, in like manner as other taxes are levied and assessed, and that such taxes so levied in and for each of the years aforesaid be collected in like manner as other taxes of said city are collected, sr.d when collected be used for the purpose of paying puncipal and interest on said bonds issued in anticipation of said tax, and for no other purpose whatsoever. Section 8. That all ordinances and resolutions and parts of ordinances and resolutions in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. PASSED AND APPROVED this 5th day of June, 1956. , S/ Dr. Cameron C. Shierk Mayor ATTEST: Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk 30 Bancrofters Go By Bus To See Big Leagues Bancroft—Thirty men and women from Bancroft left Mason City by bus Saturday June 9 to attend the ball games between the Milwaukee Braves and the New York Giants at Milwaukee, Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs Thomas VonBank and Agnes left Sunday for a trip in the southern United States. They will visit their daughter in Texas. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Becker and Becky left Saturday for a vacation trip to the Grand Canyon in Colorado and other places of interest. Miss Margie SchilU was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday in St. John's Hall. Miss SchUtz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Schiltz, will become the bride of Eugene Fitzgerald June 20 in St. John's Church. Mr and Mrs Eugene Elsbecker ar* the parents of their first Bond No. I to 5, both incl. 6 to 10, both incl. 11 to 15, both incl. 16 to 20, both incl. 21 to 25, both incl. 26 to 30, both incl. 31 to 35, both incl. Section 4. Said bonds shall be substantially as follows: (FORM OF BOND) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF IOWA COUNTY OF KOSSUTH CITY OF ALGONA STREET CONSTRUCTION BOND No $1,000.00 The City of Algona, lowa, for value received, piomises to pay to bearer ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, lawful money Amount $ 5.000.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 $ 5,000.00 form Maturity November No vember November November November November November 1957 1953 1959 I960 1961 1962 196i sonal property of said City are irrevocably pledged for the prompt payment hereof, both principal and interest; and that tho total indebtedness of said City, including this bond, does not exceed the constitutional or statutory limitations. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, said City by it--, Council has caused this bond to be sicned by its Mayor and attested by its City Clerk with the seal of said City attached. and the coupons hereto attached to be —--- , of i executed with the facsimile signature of the United Stales of America on Ihe 1st ] said City Clerk, which official, by the ex- day ot November, 19, with inter- I ecution of this bond, does adopt as and Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES esl on said sum from the date hereof until paid ut the rate of 2 3 4 °,j per annum, payable on November I, 1956, and semiannually thereafter on the first days of May and November in each year, on presentation and surrender of the interest coupons hereto attached; both principal and interest payable at the office of the City Treasurer in the City of Algona, lo- wa. This bond is issued by the City of Algona, lowa, pursuant to the provisions of Code Section 39622, Code of lowa 1954, as amended, for The purpose of paying a part of the cost ot construction of street improvements within said City, and in conformity to an Ordinance of the Council of said City duly passed. And it is hereby represented and certified that all acts, conditions and thing;, requisite, according to the tan* 3"d constitution of the Stale of lowa, to exist, to be had, to be oone, or to be performed precedent to the iawfjl ,iiue of this bond have bet'n eAiMent, had, done and pc'r- formt-d JS rcqu.rcd by lav,; th.it pro.iiion h^i been made for the levy of a luffici- fcnt continuing *jnnual taA on all the taxable property within sa.d City for thu payment of the principal and interest of this bond as the iarne will respectively become due; that the faith, credit, revenues for his own proper signature his facsimile signature appearing on said coupons, all this 1st day of May, 1956. Dr. Cameron C. Shierk. Mayor ATTEST lv> D. Scuffham City Clerk (FORM OF COUPON) The Treasurer of the City of Algona, Iowa, will pay to bearer $. on the I si day of 19 at his oftice in the City of Algona, lowa. for six months' interest on its Street Construction Bond dated May 1, 1956, No. , - -. . Ivy D. Scuffham City Clerk And on the back of each bond there shiil be endorsed a certificate 'of 'the City Treasurer in the following form: CITY TREASURER'S CERTIFICATE I ho i^iue of ih.s bond has been duly and properly registered in my office as of the 1st day of May, IV56. F. L McMahon Cit> Treasurer of Algona, lowa Sccncn 5. That interest and principal coining due at any time when thu proceeds of said tax on hand shall be insufficient to pay the same, shall be promptly paid when due from current , , urrn and resources and all the real and per- furvds of said City available for that pur- The City Council met May 15, 1956 at 7:30 P.M. with- the Mayor and all Coun- cumcn present. This was the time set for hearing on the issuance of street and sewer bonds. There were- no objections. The following bids were accepted. $35,000.00 Stree Construction Bonds to Farmers Trust i Savings Bank, Spencer, interest rati 2 3/4°b; $49,000.00 Street Improvemen Bonds to Carleton D. Beh Co., Des Moi nes and Farmers Trust & Savings Bank Spencer, interest rate 4'/2°o.' $100,000. OC Sewer Construction Bonds to Shaw, Me Deimott & Co., Des Moines, interest rate 2.80% plus premium $14.00 and $6,000.00 Sewer Improvement Bonds to Carleton D. Beh Co., Des Moines ant Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, Spencer interest rate 4V'2 0 g. The City Attorney was instructed to take action to obtain tax deed on any property which the City now holds tax certificates. The Mayor was authorized to proceed with procurement of bids for a new police radio. A Resolution was adopted ordering con- s'ruction of West McGregor Street improvement and setting June 13 at 7:30 P.M. as the time for hearing and opening bids. A builders permit was granted to George Heiner. upon filing of proper house moving bond. Meeting adjourned to May 31, 1956 at 7:30 P M. Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor Attest Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk. The City Council met May 31, 1956 at 7:30 PM wilh the Mayor and all Councilmen present except Furst. The rr,,nute:. were read and approved. A Resolution was adopted ordering Mrs. Cora Martin to remove a building from the alley in Block 65, O. P. The Mayor was directed to notify all property owners having cesspools, septic tanks or out-jide toilets and having sanitary iewer within 100 feet, to connect with said sanitary sewer within 90 days. A Resolution was adopted accepting A ruminant is a cud-chewing animal. cc-nsfruction of sform sewer by the- Lun- uell Construction Co., Cherokee. A Resolution was Adopted setting June 27th a* date of hearing on A report of the Plan & Zoning Commission for change of fire limits. An Ordinance 'establishing certain street grades was adopted on the first reading. The following builders permits wero granted: Jens Sorensen, Stanley Black, Jack Limbaugh Fred Ericksoh, Sieg Co., Bert Palmer, Arthur Odcgaard, Florence Macumber, Charles Redetnske, Gustaf Hagg, Frances Herbst, Victor Fisher, John Crowcll, Russell Sands, Mrs. Earnest Kearney, Orval Joseph, Anna Leason Estate, H S. Roth and Phillip Diamond. An application for. builders permit for ,in addition to the Bryant School was rc- iected for nor\ compliance. Resolutions were adopted for approval of a transfer of $750. from the Municipal Enterprises Fund to the General Fund and transfer of $500. from the .Emergency Fund to the General Fund. The following claims were allowed. General Government Fund Dr. C. C. Shierk, Salary $ 150.00 Ivy Scuftham, Salary 250.77 Nancy Sands, Salary '.'_- 72.67 L K. Ferguson, Salary i 16.94 Albert Boekelman, Salary 37.80 lowa State Bank, Tax 82.50 NW Bell Telephone, Service 8.00 Ivy Scuffham, Expenses 30.55 M,TX Conrad, Sec-Treas., Dues . 90.00 1 6. M. Corp., Contract .- 26.00 Koch Brothers, Supplies 9.45 Hednck Bros., Supplies 7.91 Hutzells, Mdse. _. 379.57 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., Tubl _-- 77.11 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Mdse.- 139.00 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, Salary 131.67 Albert Pergande, Salary 117.56 Glenn Burtis, Salary 114.30 | Richard Frambach, Salary 95.69 I Raymond Metzen Jr., Salary _._ 88.95 Jack Mears, Salary __ _ 98.95 Donald Prew, Salary 105.99 Kenneth Frankl, Salary . 95.99 Marry E. Ward, Salary 49.89 William Rath, Salary 237.65 Richard Groen, Labor 46.97 Ernest Hutchison, Labor 52.33 lowa State Bank, Tax a 107.80 NW Bell Telephone Service 12.70 L. K. Ferguson, Expenses ' 6.90 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 3.39 Collins, Thompson & Willis, Survey . ,_ 50.00 Lee Hatcher, Rernove Stumps >_ 192.50 J. M. Elmore, Seeding' ._- • '' ' 9.00 Clarence Fraser, Sidewalk 50.40 Elmer Cook, Wheels ^ 6.00 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., Publ. ' 35.38 H. 1. Cowan, Repairs 6.00 N American Steel Co., Mdse. _. 362.71 Karbrite Mfg. Co., Mdse. 35.00 Vivian Equipment Co., Mdse. ._ 38.23 Herman M. Brown Co., Repairs . 11.81 Algona Machine Shop, Repairs __ 38.75 Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies 22.04 F. S. Norton 8. Son, Supplies ._ 6.16 Norton Machine Wks., Repairs . 95.95 Taylor Implement Co., Repairs _ 14.16 Public Safety Fund Albert Boekelman, Salary 145.26 A. C. Weishaar, Salary 130.72 Richard Groen, Salary ' 137.02 Ernest Hutchison, Salary .. 137.02 Peter Jorgenson, Salary 113.48 lowa State Bank, Tax 28.70 Albert Boekelman, Expenses 42.00 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., Ad 10.00 Gopher Shooters Supply, Mdse. _ 113.11 Gene's Radio & TV, Repairs .. 33.05 Hopkins Service, Gas 119.82 NW Bell Telephone, Service 26.30 Ira Kohl, Salary 20.00 Ralph Elbert, Salary ,._ 10.00 Ira Kohl, Expenses »-il. 33,55 Watereus Company, Repairs ., 228.14 Norton Machine 1 Wks., Repairs ^ 2.98 Taylor Implement Co., Repairs . • 94.46 Sanitation Fund L. K. Ferguson, Salary 141.75 John'W. Helmers, Labor ..*.-_. 28.35 Reakus Helmers, Labor . 31.18 Reiner Helmers, Labor 7.56 George Weig Jr., Labor 10.75 Gordon Baer, Labor 21.97 George Ristau, Labor 7.35 Harry Ward, Salary 81.65 NW Bell Telephone, Service 24.35 Reakus Helmers, Contract 1332./b Past End Foundrv, Inc., Mrfce. -. Hutzell's, Mdse. Upper DCS Moirt« Publ., Publ. _ James Egll, Salary Fred Gronbach, Salary lowa State Bank, Tax . . James Egli, Expenses _._. Tropical "Paint Co,, Supplies Algona Machine Shop, Repairs _ Norton Machine Wks., Repairs . Skelly Oil Co., Fuel Oil Pratt Electric, Supplies TtYuente's, Sur plies Albert Baas, Salary Teresa Norton, Salary Dr. F. E. Sawyer, Rent ' HO.50 180.00 36.58 149.36 97.97 14.90 9.62 19.54 1.00 147.78 95.00 5.41 ,8.10 155.92 66.15 35.00 Terry Cook, Labor Bill Moxley, .Labor John Bahr, Labor ._ West Disinfecting Co., Supplies City Clerk, Adv. Cash ... Elmer Cook, Supplies .Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies L. S. -Muckey, Repairs -- Swnrtz Hdwe., Supplies Mervin Hentges, Labor Richard Sloan, Labor _. . Hutzell's, Mdse. Diamond Surplus, Mdse. Airport Fund Municipal Utilities, Water 7.84 7.84 4.90 36.00 3.00 4.50 1 1.22 168.26 3.98 5.00 5.00 132.15 118.54 3.00 fowa Aeronautics Comm., Mdse. . 505.57 L. S. Muckey, Repairs 8.60 W. L. Snodgras*, Repairs 5.00 M A. Bartholomew, Mdse. , 2362,68 Taylor 'mplement, Repairs 6.76 Parkrrti Meter FuAd Raymond Kreb*, Salary _.. _ 129.75 IOWA State Bank, Tax 12.00 City Clerk, Adv, Cash __ 204 Park-O-M«tef Co., Mdse. 733.29 Debt Service Fond towa State Bank, Interest 185.00 Meeting ad|ourned to June 5, 1956 at 7:30 P.M. Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Mayof Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk ANNOUNCING New Low Prices All Passenger Car Radiators Cleaned and Repaired. Flo- tested with Inland Flo-Test Machine For Only i All Radiator Cores Reduced As Much As 50% All Radiators Flo-Tested Free of Charge. > > Headquarters For HARRISON RADIATORS & CORES All Work Guaranteed 30 Years Experience Cook's Radiator Repair In New Location At Standard Service Station On South Phillips St. Register For We have just been appointed distributor for ihe famous nationally known GATES TIRES. 8 TIRES GIVEN AWAY FREE AT OUR BIG FREE 4th of JULY SHOW AT KOSSUTH FAIRGROUNDS, JULY 4,8 P. M. First Prize—2 Free Tires 2nd to 7th Prize--! 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