Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1971 · Page 24
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 24, 1971
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Algona has taken two progressive steps in the past two years when you consider the above two new industries. Jn the top photo, Hormel's new dry sausage plant was welcomed by Algona and Kossuth County in 1970. In the bottom photo is the new building housing Brougham Industries, a Texas mobile home manufacturer which is currently readying for production schedules here. Both industries are located east of the junction of highways 169 and 18 in Algona. 12 — Kossuth County Advance Monday, May 24, 1971 Memorial Society At LuVerne Has Meeting ' LU VERNE - the LuVerne Memorial Society met May 13 in the city Hall with 25 mem- ' bers and one guest, Mrs. Kate Barton, of the Humboldt Care Center, answering the roll, call with "poems, Readings and Jokes", . The group opened the meeting with the singing of "Happy Birth-: day" honoring Mrs.-Kate Barton. The business meeting, was conducted by the. president, Mrs; Bryan Stewart. Readings were presented by Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Faye Lichty. The secretary's and treasurer's reports, were given and approved. A birthday card shower was given to the honored .guest, 'Mrs. Barton. Bingo was-played following 'the business meeting! . •Hostesses were 'Mrs. Faye Lichty, Mrs. Albert Schipull and . Mrs. BUI Smith. June hostesses will be Mrs. Elmer Kubly, Mrs. Edwin Marty. and Mrs. Jesse Stripling. - o Mrs. Wm. Goetsch returned home recently • from Denver, Colo., having spent a month assisting in the home of their daughter and family, the Michael Whites. A daughter, Rena Anne, , was born April. 27 and was welcomed home by fifteen-month-old . twins, Brad and'Chad. ' Mr. arid Mrs, Wm. Goetsch spent the weekend at Tfiboji Beach, West Okoboji getting their mobile home opened for the summer. The Duane Rileys and Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Al-' • gona also opened their cottage. All were dinner guests Sunday at the Wm. Funks of Algbna at their cottage. Mr. and Mrs..Kenneth Kiley and family were also guests of the Funks. Mrs. Wm. Goetsch took Mrs. Duane Riley and Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Algona to Rochester, Minn. Tuesday. Mrs. Rile'y has been a surgical patient at Roch,ester for the past month but has returned home and goes' daily for a treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nielsen of Ventura were visitors in the Wm. Goetsch home Mon- ', day. ;.,,..;:•.; Humboldt Girl Honored At LuVerne Shower LU VERNE - . A pre-nuptial shower was held ip honor of Miss Maureen Meyer of Humboldt, April .26 at the LuVerne City Hall. Miss Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Meyer of Humboldt, is the bride-elect of Tom Steil, son of Mrs. Lucille Steil and the late Win. Steil, of Lu Verne. • • ? The wedding mass will be celebrated June 5' in St. Mary's Catholic Church -; in Humboldt. The tea table was decorated in the bride elect's colors of pale lavender, pink and blue with a bride doll centerpiece gracing the gift table. • Games were played and three readings were presented by Mrs. Earl Johns during the short program. Miss Debbie Meyer, sister of Maureen, assisted at 'the giftlable. Hostesses were. Mrs. Raymond Birnbaumer, Humboldt; Mrs. Jim Pohlman, • Burlington; Mrs. Ed MHkj'j'-T'Wr.;- ,-;i>?k' -». Tr'i'.V •"'A* '-•*• i. '.'-*^' * ' : f,, H-.-.f- •' !,•., .'-'t.'Jfs'''".-' 1970 BUILDING PERMITS Total Valire 3 New or Remodeling labile Bldgs. $334,000 18 Single Family Dwellings $330,000 •, 17 Commercial fcemtideling or Addi- tiong 7 New commfeitial Buildings 1 Apartment House (8 units) 2 Duplex Dwellings 20 Remodeled'Homes 164 Genetal Reiiair (DriVieways, Reshingle, etc.) • 15 Residential Garages, Carports 10 Sign permits' 3 Demolish Dwellings, Residence 7 Demolish Dwellings, Non-Residence 1 Permit to Move. Building . • 3 Special Permits Issued By City Council (Park Trailer Houses for 6 mo. periods , and a special permit to permit occupancy of city property) 263 Permits were issued for a total valuation of $1,328,547. $221,050 $164,440 $102,000 $ 48,000 $ 44,915 $ 44,778 $ 14,390 $ 4,306 Steil and Judy, Hardy; Miss Nor ma Heinen, Rochester, ? Minn;; Mrs. Gerald Steil, Hardy;-^Mrs; Leonard Birnbaumer. i Glare; Mrs. Dale Clark, 'Des MpiniBs; Mrs. Merle Birnbaumer, Dakota City; Mrs. John Steil and Dor- .othy, Eagle Grove; Mrs. Richard Steil, Lime Springs; Mrs. Clem Steil, Eagle Grove; -Mrs.,,Bill Wolf; Mrs. Herman Heinen, Mrs. Duane Heinen and Mrs. Earl Johns, LuVerne. CORRECTION "In the LuVerne Township Cancer Crusade item of Thursday's paper, Mrs. Gordon . Hilbert should have been named chairman of the Crusade instead of Mrs, Mr. and Mrs.' Wm. Goetsch were Sunday .evening dinner <?'• guests in the August Schafef, home in West Bend: The ladies , are sisters. Alice Ann Barton is' a surgical patient in the"U^ v of I. Hospitals in Iowa City.' Mrs.' Ardis- Rockwood and Mrs. Mabel Holmes' accompanied her 'to Iowa City. Enroute home Mrs. Rockwood and Mrs.' Holme's visited in the home of Mrs. Holmes' grandson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Collyn DeNio, Amy,and Sarah of Cedar Rapids./ :, Mr. and.Mrs. Duren Watts returned home Monday •after vacationing in Kentucky >and Tennessee. They Visited points of interest ,in Louisville,- Ky., and ' NashviUe, Tenn., and the impoverished areas of the two states. Mr. Watts'had accompanied his brother, Daryl Watts of Esigle Grove, to this area in De- Member on "pperatiort Mankind":. Enroute home 'they visited in .Cedar "Rapids with Mrs. Watts', brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Collyn DeNio'and two daughters. During his parents absence, Duren Lynn', was cared for in the home of his grandparents, Mr: and Mrs. Burt DeNiq and Holly. TITONKA m ••• g 1 By Mrs. Alfred Baode 1 Sunday- dinner guests In the home • of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Michaelsen were Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Anderson, Mr 1 , and Mrs. , Mark Nelson and family, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Michaelsen andfamily, Whittemore, Mr., and Mrs. Kenneth Egel and. family, Charles City, and Nancy .Nelson, Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bqekel- • man and Mr. ( and Mrs.Vjohn Tjarks were Sunday, .visitors'in the home, of Mr. and Mrs.MelVin. Howe at Mason City. Does Your Home Need Housepower?« live better ...live brighter Be sure your home is adequately wired for, modern living .. .let us check. Wiring, installations, repairs. Are You Planning to Keep Cool? act now for more summer comfort We install ventilating fans, air conditioning systems* Get full details. ' Reasonable Rates Free Estimates Haas Electric / •. I; W ,A,V • Harlan Haas - f 1>h. 295-5330 Algona ''"/'//////////////////////////////////////////y///s//s^^^^ VEMENT New gas VVant^to house and everything in it fresh, cle^ri and cool? Seeypurgas air conditioning contractor or your Iccal gas company. Gas.The Premium Riel. Perfect for your NEW ADD-ON ROOMS or tho$e cold room in the winter. ONOf.KVM GAS HEATER Beautiful cabinets encase the most efficient, direct vented heating unit ever in the 1971 models, Easy to install arid Economical, PUBLIC SERVICE CO. ALGONA, IOWA; 295-2484 Apartments For Rent At HJELMELAND APARTMENTS In Algona o'. newest apartment building wa» recentiy completed and opartm.nt. pre..till open. Each unit features individpaf garaje, "vln builMn stove, and r.fr aerator, completely carpeted and titefplly +SSSR _The apartment building is located on South Hall street In a biautiful new P' 6 ^ 0 ' ? nd >"' ^'P« »oDowntown ^neaZ CHOICE BUILDING LOTS IN EAST PART OF ALOONASTlU AVAILABLE, -" ' . V- : "' ' .••'-.•',• ' •- • / • - *. ' . CALL FOR FREi ESTIMTES QN ALL TYPES OF RESIDENTIAL BUILDING. HJELMELAND John Hjelmeland

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