Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1971 · Page 11
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 29, 1971
Page 11
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ALqonqJio**uth County MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1971 - ALGONA, IOWA Hearing On Highway 9 Improvements Dated At Thompson On Thursday qinvtrp Livermore U»nce soldier Back From Vietnam BEGINNING OF PROJECT KOSSUTH CO WINNEBAOO CO. PROJECT NUMBERS FN-9-4 AND FN-9-5 PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT iiiiiiiiiiini AMES — The proposed improvement of approximately 30 miles of Iowa Highway 9 in Kossuth and Winnebago counties will be discussed at a corridor public hearing Thursday, April 1, in Thompson. The hearing will be held in the Thompson Community School starting at 7:30 p.m. The proposed project begins on present Iowa 9 just east of its junction with US 169 and, except for a relocation around Thompson, will continue on the present alignment to just west of the junction with US 69. Beginning again at its junction with US 69 in Forest City, the proposed project will continue along present Iowa 9 to the Winnebago- Worth county line.. '•' * Along the rural portion of the project, reconstruction of the existing 18 and 20 foot wide roadway to 24 foot wide pavement with 10 foot wide stabilized shoulders is proposed. In Forest City, one-third of a mile of four-lane highway from the south junction of US 69 east is proposed, in Buffalo Center, 31 foot back of curb to back of curb pavement is proposed. The Commission's current five-year construction program lists right of way purchase $53, 000 for fiscal 1975 and $379, 000 worth of grading in fiscal 1967 for the six-mile portion from US 169 to the Kossuth- Winnebago county line. On the 24 mile portion of the project, purchase of $384,000 worth of right of way is scheduled for fiscal 1973 and 1974. Grading totaling $1,462,000 is scheduled for fiscal 1974 and 1975 and $2,872,000 for paving in 1975 and 1976. A detour will be necessary during the reconstruction. Maps, drawings and other pertinent information developed in the planning and design of this project, as well as any correspondence received from the state's resources, recreation and planning agencies, and any federal or local agencies or public officials will be available for public inspection or copying at the hearing and at the Iowa State Highway Commission District 2 office in Mason City. The right of way acquisition schedule, construction schedule and information on relocation as- sistance will be presented at the hearing. Commission engineers will be on hand about an hour before the hearing to answer questions. Anna Bunkofske Dies; Rites AfCorydon Mrs. Herman (Anna) Bunkofske, 76, a former Burt area resident who for several years lived -at' Corydon, • la.,- died 'Monday; ~ Mar. 22, at Chariton Manor, Chariton, la., where she had been for one week. Funeral services were held Wednesday in the Wolf Funeral Home at Corydon with the Rev. Hickman of the Assembly of God Church officiating. Burial was in the Corydon Cemetery with Gene Heerdt, Larry, David, Darrell and Marvin Bunkofske and Raymond Nickell, all grandsons, as pallbearers. , Anna Selma Bunkofske, daughter of August and Malvina Wolter, was born December 4, 1894 at Lotts Creek in Kossuth County. She was married to Herman Bunkofske on Sept. 25, 1913 and they lived on a farm near Burt until moving to another farm near Cambria, la. in 1939. They later moved to Corydon. Mr. Bunkofske died in 1969. She is survived by three sons, Vernie, Algona; Elmer, Burt and Clarence of Corydon; two daughters, Mildred, Mrs. Darreld Bonnett and Viola, Mrs. Clarence Godden, both of Corydon. There ; are eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Bierstedt of Whittemore; Mrs. Selma Mueller, Fenton and Mrs. Louise Krueger of Fairmont, Minn. WANT TO SELL OR RENT YOUR PROPERTY? THINK CLASSIFIED. Tom Taylor Is * Coordinator On ISU Committee AMES - Tom Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Taylor of Algona has been appointed coordinator on the 1971 Veishea social committee. The duties of this position include securing all properties such as rooms, sound systems and other equipment for the luncheon, lectures and seminars. Tom has been active as Vei- shea 1970 Opening Ceremonies chairman and is a sophomore majoring in sociology, ' "When? ... Read the Algomi . Newspapers and jtou'll knowl. .. LIVERMORE - Sgt. Donald Gronbach has received his discharge from the Army and is now at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. "Kelly" Gronbach after spending 14 months of active duty in Vietnam. His folks met him in Des Moines Tuesday evening having been flown there from Fort Lewis, Washington, nis first stop after leaving Vietnam. -o- WSGS MEETS Members of the UPW were guests of the W.S.C.S. at the Methodist church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Dean Zeman was in charge of the program and Mrs. Herb Raney gave the lesson. Mrs. Wm. Goetch of LuVerne showed about 200 slides of their trip through Europe last summer and gave an interesting commentary while showing them. There was a good crowd in attendance. Lunch was served by Mrs. Bert Schwendemann and Mrs. Paul Jarvis. -o- Mrs. Delmar Lindgren and two sons Jim and Clint of Watertown, S. D. are here visiting her mother Mrs. Ona Beers. Jim has just recently received his discharge from the Navy. Mrs. Roger Oppedahl and small son Jeff have gone to Blloxi, Miss, where her husband is stationed in the Air Force. She has been staying with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sinclair since his induction into the service about two months ago. Her mother and grandmother Mrs. Ed Welter of Ionia accompanied her on the trip. They will return by bus. 'Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Clark of Humboldt, S. D. were weekend visitors in the parental Don Clark home. Visitors in the home of Mrs. Amelia Hoffmann Monday were her sister, Mrs. Freda Steussy and Mrs. Lyle Raney of Algona, Mrs. Wilma Pech of Marion, Iowa, Mrs. Dora Gronbach, Mrs. Harry Rutz and her daughter Mrs. Don Clark. Mrs. Hoffmann spent several days In the Clark ""home following the storm- on Thursday. Mrs. Molly Groh, Mrs. Marcia ROBO CAR WASH Give Your Car The Core It Needs. Stop Winter Time Salt Damage With A ROBO Wash And Wax. S. Phillips Street, Algona MOST COMFORTABLE SHOE -A HO B 8 50511 Chevrolet You'll Never Know the Joy of Driving a VEGA UNTIL YOU DRIVE IT **~*^*^^***^^^*^^**+^^+*~^^^ Test Drive Week Kossuth Motor Algona! Driving A Vega Is Fun... Fun... FUN!! We'll Take You Out In A New Vega Stop In This Week! CHEWS NEWUiriE CAR KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 SOUTH HALL ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295-3554 Berryhill and Mrs. Norman Scott were guests in the home of Mrs. Violet Fredrick Tuesday. Mrs. Frederick just recently returned from a trip to Hawaii. Mrs. Paul Jarvis, Mrs. Jack Vaughn and Mrs. Dale Joiner attended the funeral services on Tuesday at the Lindhart Funeral home for Miss Lulu Allphin, 88, longtime resident of Humboldt. Mrs. Harry Rutz entertained her 500 club Tuesday. At cards Mrs. Molly Foth won high and Mrs. Jack Vaughn second high. Mrs. Margaret Vaudt was a guest. Lunch was served after cards. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Saathoff of Humboldt, Mrs. Richard Thull and Mrs. Dick Cran went to Thorton Tuesday to visit their nieces Sandy, Becky, and Linda Foth whose parents Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Foth died following a fire at their farm home last December. Visitors in the Dale Joiner home Tuesday evening were cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simons of Marshall, Minn., and Mrs. Joiner's mother, Mrs. Hannah Christensen of Humboldt. READ THE WANT ADS! ••"•••••••I WEDNESDAY NIGHTS ONLY ! Beginning April 7, 1977 Ladies Nite Discontinued Admission: 40c for everyone. 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