Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1971 · Page 14
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Lakota Confirmation Class 14 - Kossufh County Advance Monday, April 19, 1971 12, 1970 where he is in charge of the Naval Training Center. On April 1 he received his promotion as Commander. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raney of Livermore. MMflMMIIII Council Minutes THE EIGHT YOUNG people pictured above, with their pastor, Rev. Ernest Nielsen, are members of the confirmation class of the Lakota Presbyterian Church. Confirmation ceremonies took place Sunday, April 11. Front row, left to right, are Lorna Burger, Debra Winter, Craig Swalve, Connie Lewis and Steven Berschman. Back row, left to right, Jim Bierle, Evelyn Rippentrop, Kim Ruby and Rev. Ernest Nielsen. (Davis Studio Photo) pllllUIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllN 1 AROUND ALGONA I MR. AND MRS. H. F. FH- stedt are in Iowa City where Mr. Fristedt will have a checkup at University Hospitals. MEMBERS OF the Kossuth county NHCA Affiliate No. 75 held their meeting Monday evening, April 12, at Al's Restaurant in Wesley with 19 members present. Vuanita Rentz reported on the correspondence; the by-laws were read, approved and voted upon. Details of the state convention to be held at the Fort Des Moines Hotel in Des Moines April 17-19 were also discussed and voted on. Gary Schriber of Do Dean Beauty Supplies of Albert Lea presented a program entitled "How To Make More Money In A Beauty Salon." A film was also shown and discussed. MRS. KEITH ROWLEY entertained on Thursday afternoon honoring her mother, Mrs. Hilda Gronwall, on her 85th birthday. Guests were Mesdames Kate Wegener, Freda Steussy, Ida Zumach, Clara Thiel, Elsie Bast, Mary Warmbier and Helen Brinkman. The afternoon was spent at cards, folio wed by dinner in the evening. MR. AND MRS. Bill Naylor went to Waterloo on Sunday for the baptism of their grandson, Jeffrey Michael Naylor, two month old son of the Gary Naylors of Ankeny. The Rev. Earle McCrea, pastor of the First Presbyterian church in Waterloo, and father of Mrs. Gary Naylor, officiated at the baptism. EASTER BONNET tray and table favors were made by Brownie Troops No. 400 and 427 for the residents of the two Good Samaritan Rest Homes to enjoy on Easter Sunday. The 25 second and third grade girls delivered them during their regular meeting last Tuesday and also sang songs for the patients. The leaders of Troop 400 are Mrs. Ray Bilsbtirough and Mrs.Dwight Frambach, with Mrs. Roger Brooks and Mrs. J. W. Gardner leaders of Troop 427. BAPTIZED during services in the First United Methodist church on Easter Sunday by the Rev. Raymond Russell were Laura Lee Canaday, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Canaday; Laura Lynn Gerber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerber; James Shawn Jesson, Julie Ann Jessen, and Mark Alan Kuebler, children of Mrs. Mary Kuebler; Dawn Elizabeth King whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Patrick King; Carrie Ann Nord, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nord; Vicky Lynn parsons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Parsons; David Lee Peterson, son of Mr.andMrs. Donald L. Peterson; Timothy Ray Sankey, son of the Raymond San- keys and Lisa Mae Weil, daughter of the Lanny A. Weils. Mrs. Lester Smith received word Monday evening that her sister inDenver, Mrs. RuthTosk, 72, had died suddenly of a heart attack. Funeral services were held in Denver Wednesday. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Dick Hughes, whose husband lived in Livermore when a high school student. Livermore Naval Aviqtor To N.Y. LIVERMORE -Lt. Commander and Mrs. Charles Raney and three boys who have been living in Pensacola, Fla. and where he was stationed on the carrier Lexington for three years, are now living at Binghamton, N.Y. After leaving the ship, Lt. Cmdr. Raney was a flight instructor at Barin Field at Pensacola for nine months, then transferred to Binghamton Dec. The City Council met in regular session on April 14, 1971 with Mayor Finn and the following council members present: Muckey, Hedlund, McGuire, Cook and Levy. Absent: Nash. Minutes of the last meeting were approved. Attached bills were approved. Approved sidewalk program for 1971. Chris Hemmen came before the council to discuss relocation of a storm sewer intake at Smith and Overmcyer Drive intersection, George Lee of the Herman Drown Co. discussed with the council about a roller for the street department. Sale of property to Rudy Tietz was approved. Request to vacate an alley was referred to the Planning and Zoning commission. Authorized the street department to purchase utility washer. Ed Sindelar asked the mayor to publish a proclamation pertaining to Earth Week. Sewers, drainage and sanitation committee gave their report on the recent meeting pertaining to the extension of sanitary sewer main. Meeting adjourned. D. A. SMITH City Clerk GENERAL Finn, Salary ........ .121.95 Smith, Salary .304.40 Sands, Salary 183.94 Engstrom, Salary .... .225.98 Iowa State Bk.,Wholding..118.90 State Treas., Wholding ... .18.87 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 57.62 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 38.78 Life Inv. Co., Insurance .. .78.56 Algona Postmaster, Stamps 6.00 Algona Postmaster, Envelopes 183.50 Algona Publ., Publications 112.15 A&M Laundry, Supplies . .. .1.90 Coast to Coast, Supplies. '.24.07 R. Engstrom, Expenses . .12.00 Fertilizer Inst., Booklet. . .1.56 W. Finn, Court Costs . .. 169.00 la. Mun. F.O.A., Dues . .10.00 KLGA Radio, Ads ..... .46.00 3 State Awards To Two Algona Papers Algona's newspapers won three awards at the annual meeting of the Iowa Press Association held Thursday. Friday and Saturday in Des Moines. The Kossuth County Advance took second place in advertising layout and design, and a third place for coverage of women's news The advertising award was the work of Denny Waller, and the Advance Woman's Page is a product of Dorothy Muckey. The Algona Upper Des Moines won honorable mention for general excellence, finishing behind the CrescoTimes-Plaindealer, Decorah Public Opinion and Humbuldt Republican, which took first, second and third in that category. Julian Chrischilles, news editor of the Algona newspapers, accepted the awards in Des Moines on behalf of the newspapers. Civil Defense, City Share 1,140.40 Schultz Bros., Gas 6.00 STREET Frambach, Salary 262.41 Gruver, Salary 183.43 Madison, Salary 235.50 Pergande, Salary .294.07 Wibben, Salary 233.37 Willey, Salary 244.76 Iowa State Bk., Wholding. .183.70 State Treas., Wholding ... .32.90 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. .... .95.12 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 64.03 Life Inv. Co., Insurance . .61.50 Ahlers, etal, Legal Fees..509.66 Bohannon Ins., Premium. .762.50 Everds Bros., Contract 28,935.60 Helmers Bros., Labor . . .310.00 ROAD USE TAX Algona Impl., Service 1.75 H.M. Brown, Sweeper Rent .350.00 Schultz Bros., Gas 2.80 Utt Electric, Repairs 13.07 I. Wagaman, Meals 86.00 C. Willey, Services 21.00 SANITATION Gade, Salary 87.77 Iowa State Bk., Wholding . . .4.80 Coast to Coast, Supplies . . .5.68 Cook's Inc., Supplies 46.01 Cook's Scrap Iron, Steel . .20.90 Everds Inc., Snow Removal . . . . 4 .400.00 George's Body Shop, Hauling 10.00 Greenberg»s, Supplies ... .8.02 Hilton's, Tires & Services .... .144.31 M. Mueller, Hauling Charges 525.03 NW Limestone, Premix . .270.82 R. Peck, Hauling Charges 369.00 Sankey, Asphalt 158.80 Sherwin-Williams, Paint. . .9.29 Sieg;Co., Supplies 9.02 Standard Oil, Gas & Oil . .245.96 Welp & McCarten, Rock Chips 357.40 LIQUOR CONTROL PROFIT Kossuth Co. C.D., Siren 4.785.00 State Treas., Wholding 56 Soc, Sec., Soc. Sec. .... .5.30 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS ..... .3.57 Bohannon Ins., Premium. .161.62 Coast to Coast, Keys .... .1.14 R. Deal, Forester Fee .600.00 Laing's, Service .12.50 SEWER RENTAL Sifert, Salary -. .255.26 Pergande, Salary .48.35 Iowa State Bk., Wholding.. .32.60 State Treas., Wholding . . . .5,90 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 19.38 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 11.26 Life Inv. Co., Insurance .. .10.25 Algona Impl., Service . . . .36.98 Algona Reminder, Signs . .28.35 Benson's, Welding 25.00 Bitz Engines, Oil 4.80 Bohannon Ins., Premium ........ .2,291.49 Greenberg's, Bearing . . . .3.80 Novelty Machine, Supplies .50.77 S&A Plumbing, Services. .151.75 Trupke Elec., Repairs . . . .8.50 UBC Inc., Level .7.69 RECREATION Boldridge, Salary 208.72 Parsons, Salary...... ,136,59 Lau, Salary .47.08 Iowa State Bk., Wholding . .30.90 State Treas., Wholding . . . .5.29 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 25.48 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 17.16 Life Inv. Co., Insurance ...39.28 Bohannon Ins., Premium.. 496.06 City Clerk, Prepaid Bills. '. .2.70 Hilton's, Repairs 3.98 Miller Lbr., Supplies 7.75 PARKING METER Schmidt, Salary 127.29 Iowa State Bk., Wholding . . .7.40 State Treas., Wholding 99 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 7.73 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 5.20 Life Inv. Co., Insurance .. .10.25 Reminder, Receipts .... .12.50 Electronic Spec., Service 4.60 TRUST & AGENCY Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. . . . ..358.97 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 150.61 B. Egli, Pension 75.00 A. Boekelman, Pension.,.437.50 PUBLIC SAFETY Groen, Salary 327.75 Jorgenson, Salary 303.60 Elliott, Salary 314.28 Goeders, Salary ...... .263.20 Hutchison, Salary 223.18 Schadendorf, Salary 272.83 Voigt, Salary 277.77 Deim, Salary 117.31 Weisbrod, Salary 123.20 Iowa State Bk., Wholding. .277.40 State Treas., Wholding . . .54.61 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. 148.31 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 10.64 Trust & Agency, Pension . .25.49 Life Inv. Co., Insurance . .204.93 Algona Ins. Agency, Premium 264.00 Chrome Trk. Stop, Gas . . .5.24 Coast to Coast, Keys 85 Ed M. Feld, Supplies . . ..107.00 Hilton's, Gas & Service . . .50.86 Ken's Auto, Service 17.40 D. Peterson, Services 2.00 ROBO STOP! Winter Time Salt Corrosion With A ROBO Wash And Wax. S. Phillips Street, Algona NEED AN AUTO LOAN? ALGONA'S FRIENDLY PROGRESSIVE BANK THE SECURITY STATE BANK SAYS COME IN AND TALK TO CURT PAUL. for.any formal-wear needs, get the latest styles from . . DIAMOND'S Algona DRYING TANKS ARE LIKE HORSES! You buy a small fan and heat units and its like buying a small horse. You buy a LARGE BEHLEN FAN AND HEAT UNIT and it's like buying a large horse. > Only two things dry corn - air and heat! The more air with the proper amount of heat, the faster and cheaper you dry your corn. See us now for the best drying tank model A new Behlen I You'll like our early savings by buying now. See Rex Taylor at the ... TAYLOR IMPLEMENT & CONSTRUCTION CO. ALGONA, IOWA AFTER - EASTER REDUCTIQII$ Coats - Dresses - Pant Suits The largest group of coats ever reduced at the Chrischilles Store after Easter. Because of the late Easter you save more on QUALITY wool SYCAMORE styles, fine pure polyester and dressy styles, some alf purpose TUXTER styles ... and some shorter length pant coat styles . . . ALL REDUCED!!!! A selected group of Spring dresses that can be worn now and all summer long. Long sleeves, short sleeves and even some sleeveless styles. ALL NEW SINCE JAN. 1st. Sizes from smallest junior size 5 to size 15, regular sizes from size 8 to size 20, and half sizes from 121/2 to size 241/2. Polyester fabric included... reduced to sell to make room for new styles coming daily... ALL REDUCED!!!! The largest group of pant suits reduced in the entire area. ALL SIZES . . . juniors, regulars, and HALF SIZES ... to 22'/2. Every price in this group. Pick from hundreds . . . Save on new Spring pant suits you can wear year round . . . two and three pieces styles. ALL REDUCED!!!! CHRISCHILLES STORE

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