The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1956 · Page 5
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Mr and MM V. L. Gunder ate spending the week at Ames wim relatives. M*s Hannah ftoss was here frorh Burlington last week and visited friends. Mrs Lee Price and son Larry spent Wednesday at Corwith with -her mother, Mrs Gladys Scott. Mr and MM Richard bellman spent Wednesday evening with Mr and Mrs James Marlow at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Vic Friders had' Mr and Mrs Corliss Jennngs of Farmont, Minn., as guests last week Sunday. Mr and Mrs Walter Schildknecht were dinner guests Sunday of Mr artd Mrs Robert Mauss at Estherville. Mr and MM Owen Booth ware visited Sunday by the former's parents, Mr and Mrs William Booth of Carroll. Mrs Carl Paets has as guests a few days her cousin and husband. Mr and Mrs Herman Reddeman, of Madison, Wis. Mrs Charles Devine and children and Mrs Kenneth Mulligan and Vicki spent Thursday after- nopn at Whittemore with Mr and Mrs Robert Simons. Mrs Esther Helbsrg has returned from Oakdale where she was called by the sjckness of her Kiecker. Mrs Ringgenberg was called by the sickness of her father Abe Tuttle who was hospitalized for double pneumonia and other complications. Mr and Mrs W. M. Anderson had Mr and Mrs Soren Olson ol Hampton 'as dinner guests last week Sunday. Mr and Mr* Charles Beringer spent Sunday at Perry with Mrs Beringer's parents, Mr and Mrs E. C. Hullerman. Mrs Harold Peter and daughters Lisa and Lori spent Wednesday at Woden with her mother, Mrs Tena Johnson. Mr and Mrs Vic Friders spent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mrs Friders, brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pfeifer. Mr and Mrs Hew&td Lowman had as dinner guests last week Sunday the Jailer's mother and brother. Mrs Katie Schrocder and Arthur of Fenton. Mr and Mrs William Roth and children Billy and Mary Let have returned from Milwaukee, Wis., where they visited friends Mr and Mrs James Boyd. Mr and Mrs Leo Steven drove to Emmetsburg last week Tuesday to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Earl Booth who moved there quite recently. Mr Booth has opened a shoe repair shop. Mr snd Mrs Irvin fieeman pnd son .Eugene, of LaMesa, Calif., visited recently for ten days at the parental John H. Seeman home. Mr and Mrs E. J. Zerbe and sons, Carter and Terry, of Winfjpld visited from Friday until Sunday at the parental John ti. Seeman home. COMPLETE CLOSING-OUT FARM As I have sold my home in Bancroft and will soon move to California, I will sell the following described personal property on the farm 2 miles north and IVi miles east of Bancroft, on Monday, Oct. 29 Sale to Start at 1 o'clock 1949 John Deere Model B Tractor, complete with starter, lights, powertrol, roll-o-matic, with 2- row John Deere cultivator. 4-row M.M. Corn Planter with fertilizer attachment. 2-14 in. M.M. Plow on rubber, 2 years old. 15-ft. John Deere Disk, like new. I.H.C. 4-section drag with Nobel evener. David Bradley Farm Trailer. Wood Flare Box. (This is not a reduction sale, it is all the machinery used to operate this farm. Be on hand at 1 o'clock as there is no small article on this sale.) TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No property to be removed from premises until settled for. ROBERT MCCARTHY, owner Quinn & Yungeberg, Auctioneers Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Clerk VICTOR TREASURE CHEST VALUABLE PAPERS ARE ALWAYS HAW . ALWAYS PROTECTED ... «^* *» ?««* How ofUn havt you contemplated pyttlng your valuable pop** in a safe deposit box . c . ytt hesitated because you probably could not hove immediate access to them when you needed the*, Here'* your aniwerl The VICTQR TREASURE CHEST ll wtlfltd * protect it* content) for at least one hour from flames and heal reaching 1700'F. Handy for home or office, it If Instantly accessible yet provide* 24-hour a day protection from fir* to your letters, papers, jewelry or other prized possession*. INVESTIGATE THIS ECONOMY IN RECORD INSURANCI TODAY! SEE IT ON DISPLAY ATi UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT. Phone 1100 Algona High School Homemakers fleet Officers Pictured above are the 1956-57 officers of the Future Homemakers of America, as they gathered recently at the high school here for initiation of new members. Left to right are Mrs Rachel Heald, homemaking teacher and supervisor of the organization; Linda Smith, song leader; Patricia Gilbert, historian; Helen Kuhlman, secretary; Judy Adams, president; Mimi Wright, vice president; Elaine Montgomery, treasurer; Marcia Anderson, parliamentarian; and Paula Priebe, reporter. Mrs Berl Priebe, not pictured, is the chapter molher. The group meets twice a month and has 60 members. Mr and Mrs Max Bast spent Thursday at Emmetsburg with their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Burton Varcoe and family. Mrs Ernest Wolter had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Ernest Mueller of Fenton and her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Groen. Dr. Harold Erickson and Mrs Erickson were visited last week by the former's parents and nephew, Mr and Mrs Andrew Erickson and Gregory Erickson. Mr and Mrs Leo Steven were accompanied lo Des Moines lasl weekend by Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich of Lone Rock. They al- tended the State Cancer Society meeting. Mrs Floyd Bilsborough accompanied Mrs Harold Kuchenreuther to Estherville one day last week where the former visited Mrs Agnes Bilsborough who is in a Rest Home there. Mrs De Camp and daughters have moved into the Mrs Elizabeth Post house on Thorington street formerly occupied by Mr and Mrs Herman Stienblock who moved to Bancroft. Ernest Zaugg and Tom Kinsey left Oct. 10 from Mason Cily for San Diego, Calif., where Ihey are now in the navy. They are sons of Mr and Mrs C. E. Zaugg and Mr and Mrs E. S. Kinsey. Algona Townsend Club I met at the Wilbur Holdren home on Tuesday evening, Oct. lli. The next meeting was planned for Tuesday evening, Oct. 30, at the W. R. Carney home oh South Wooster St. Mr and Mrs Frank Cunningham drove to Estherville Sunday lo visit Mrs Cunningham's cousins, Mr and Mrs Don Fleming. They were accompanied by Vincent Esser, Jr., friend of Ihe Cunningham's son Ronnie. Mr and Mrs Elmer Potter and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Miller and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mr Potter's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Rny Mirier at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs C. L. Livingston art 1 again enrouto to Phoenix, Ariz., having left Sunday. It is not certain when they will be back, possibly at Christmas and perhaps not till somewhat later. Mr Livngston owns a factory there. Mr and Mrs Herb Adams have received a letter from their son Herb Jr., who is in the army located in Germany that lie was recently promoted' to Specialist Third Class. He has been there 2'i; years and has another year to serve: Mr and Mrs John Claude have returned from Wichita, Kan., where thev visited Mr and Mrs Jess Manor, former residents here. During their absence Mrs Claude's mother, Mrs Norma Lethcoe of Sioux City stayed with the children. Mr and Mrs Albert Davis and children Sajly and Peggy left Sunday for Jacksonville, Fin., to make their home. They had recently leased the "Koffee Kup" but gave up the project to enter business with a brother at Jacksonville. Mrs Darrell McFarland was dismissed from St. Ann ho-pitnl Saturday afternoon. She had been a patient there since Wednesday. During her stay there the small son David was caved for by his aunts, Mrs Lawrence Riedel and Mrs Cecil Long. Mrs Bessie Jones was visited over the weekend by her .son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs J. C. Lett and children of Des Moines. They were joined at dinner Sunday by the sou and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Glenn Jones and family. Mr and Mrs James Allen, Mrs Ray Cook, Mr and Mrs Tim O'Brien and Mr and Mrs Dick Allen drove to Britt Wednesday evening to attend the play put on by the juniors and senior.- under the supervisor of Jack Allen who teaches there. Mr and Mrs Lando Mis u ?jk were visited last week Sunday by Mishak's brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Craiy Hau.- and il.tu.'-'.hler Margaret Ann oj New Hampton Guests (his weekend were liei brother-in-law anii -i.-,ter, Mr and Mis John Shrt-drr and Susan of St. Cloud, Minn. Gerald, son of Mr and Mrs Ellnn Pratt who has been work- inK on a farm near Kudnum foi Mr and Mi.-. John M'Mvli, \'\n< j-iin- e.l the navy and went to Mi.-.on C'llv for his oxoininationo. Hi.- parents purchased the Hamilton = iil!in l.i.jn 'toie on ; .-<>iith Minnesota blitct beveral weeks U^M. Mr and Mrs Dick Helmer* were visited Sunday by the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Roscoe Miller and family ol Austin. Mr and Mrs John Mahoney had the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Roy Powell of Spencer as guests Saturday. Mrs Powell is the former Josie Mahoney, well known former residenl here. Mr and Mrs WaJHer Sphild- knechl were visiled over the weekend by the former's mother, Mrs Walter Schildknecht, Sr., of Estherville whom he took home Monday morning. While here she had attended a Guild meeting, at the Methodist church. Mr and Mrs Orville Wicks have been visited by the Jailer's molhejr, Mrs Clara Holm who has concluded her visil here and returned to her home at Oakland, Calif. She also spent some time at Kanawha with another son-in-law and daughter, Mr artd Mrs L. E. Rasmussen. Mr arid Mrs Dwaine Lighter and daughter Ann Renee have returned froni St. Charles, a suburb of Elgin, 111., where they visited Mr and Mrs Ralph Fish. Mrs Fish is the former Katherine Stewart, daughter of the late Clarence Stewart and Mrs Connie Stewart, former residents here. Mr and Mrs K. D. Long spent the weekend at Cedar Rapids with their daughter Marcie who teaches art in the schools there. They returned via Waterloo where they visited Mr Long's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs O. C. Long, sister, Mrs Edna Henderson and mother who is ninety-five years old. Mr and Mrs Tim O'Brien spent the weekend at Ames, guests of Mi and Mrs Frank Thorpe where they mcl Iheir son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Russell Thorpe and little son Timothy Michael. Ann O'Brien, the daughter of the Tim O'Brien:;, who teaches at Clear Lake was also with the family and went Friday from Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs John Hagg, Mr ana Mrs Roy Hngg and Mr and Mrs Duane Klein are being visited by Mr and Mrs Gene Thissen of Waterloo and Mr and Mrs Wal- ter Chelvhoruski of Younker, N. Y. Mr Chelvhoruski is in service and is being sent to France Oct. 27. During his sojourn there his wife will return here to stay with relalves. Maurice Kfuckenbsrg who is employed at the Council Oak store expects his call to service in December. He and his wife are packing and will spend the month of November at Park Rapids with Mr Kruckenberg's parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Kruckenberg. After Maurice goes, his wife will make her home with her parents, Mr and Mrs Glen Rike. CLOSING NOTICE Fenton business places will close at noon, Monday, NOT. 12, which is the legal holiday for Armistice Day which this year officially falls on Sunday. Fenton Community Club, Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met in adjourned session October 10, 1956 at 7:30 R.m. with the Mayor and all Councilman present. The minutes were read and approved. A complaint that the sanitary sewer will not service two lots owned by Alvis Hill was discussed and the Chairman of the Sewer Committee was directed to answer this inquiry. The City Engineer presented on estimate of $27,376.50 for improving the parking on Call nnd Nebraska Streets from Hall to Jones Streets. The sale of street improvement bonds was set for October 29, 1956 at 7:30 p.m. The City Engineer was directed to notify the Contractors, Everds Bros., of all known defects in the bituminous paving. Cigarette permits were granted to the Superior Oil Company and Daisy Schauer. Builder's permits were granted to Ralph Miller, Oran Hudson, Mrs R. M. Wallace, Robert Winter. Rhoda Bonar, Rob't Steven, Tom Dailey. Joseph Dahlhauser, Wendell Jensen, R. C. Brewer, John Reed, Leo Bellock and Ralph Steinman. The following claims were allowed. General Government Fund 72.67 Nancy Sands, salary L. K. Ferguson, salary 16.94 Iowa State Bank, tax 35.60 Public Employees' Retirement. tax - 130.20 Dr. C. C. Shlerk, expenses 73.30 B. P. Richardson, expenses 38.80 Vernon Dopp. refund 56.25 Georgia Fitzgerald, refund 37.50 Advance Publ. Co.. publ. 35.12 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, salary _ 129.36 Albert Pergande, salary _ 111.0-1 Glenn Burtis, salary 111.04 Richard Frambach. salary 93.95 Jack Mears, salary 103.95 •Donald Prew, salary 109.05 Victor Frlderes, salary 107.80 L. K. Ferguson, salary 141.75 Harry Ward, salary 69.18 John Snere, labor 7'6.44 Iowa State Bank, tax 34.20 Empl. Security Comm., tax 256.08 Public Employees' Retirement, tax 421.23 Clarence Fraser, sidewalk 385.60 Advance Publ. Co., notice 29.60 L. C. Nichols, supp. 35.00 Wm. T. Gustin, refund 62.73 Charles Hansen, refund 6.66 Hutzell's, supp. 13.00 H. J. Cowan, curb & gutter etc. 1,285.89 Bituminous Materials Co., mdsc. 172.12 Algona Flour & Feed, repairs.. 3.10 Arnold Motor, supplies 12,00 Cities Service, mdse. 86.05 R. J. Funk, repairs 3.07 Greenberg Auto Supply, supp.._ 6.88 Hilton's Service, supp. 12.79 Kent Motor Co., repairs _.: 21,19 Ky's Champlin, gas 140.09 Percival Motors, repairs 157.26 Peter's Service, supp. . 8.90 Ready Mix, mdse. 496.64 Schultz Bros., repairs 3.50 Public Safely Fund Albert Boekelman, salary ...— 186.61 Tuesday, October 23, 1$56 llfldfla (Id.) Upp*f DM M«iftf*»»§ A. C. Wclshnar, salary 135.40 Richard Groen, salary 147.09 Ernest Hutchison, gnlary ....^. 148.42 Peter JorgcnSon, salar* ... 120.49 Iowa State Bank, tax 38.70 Empl. Security Comm., tax .... 198.53 Public Employees' Retirement, tax 342.18 Albert Boekelman, expenses .. 3.10 Viking Oil Co., gas 7.80 Jack's OK Tire Service, repairs 1.00 Taylor Implement, repairs 82.77 Hilton's Service, gas 13.46 Ira Kohl, salary 20.00 Algona Fire Co., service ...... 316.00 Sanitation Fund Harry Ward, salary 39-B9 Reakus Helmers, labor 8.82 Reiner Helmets, labor . 4.90 George Welg, Jr., labor 7.72 Employment Security Comm., tax . .._• 165.32 Public Employees' Retirement, tax 284.10 Helmers Bros., labor 248,93 Hilton Service, repairs 77.05 Miller Lumber Co., mdse. 168.34 George's Body Shop, repairs .... 21.15 Wagner Service, supp. 1.25 James Egli, salary 149.36 Fred Gronbach, salary 97.97 Iowa State Bank, tax 14.90 Clarence Fraser, sidewalk 804.40 Fred BeerftiAh, ftnclnff „ 14,41 M. F. Afhffthf. sUj>p. .... 16.10 Davis Pflfnt, sup-p. .'..I". 9.18 Cowan Building Supply, supp. R, J. FunK, supp. a-:......i.L Hall-Strahorn, supp. t..v.-.„.!.. Kelley Ltimber, Supp. i..*.^.. 1S.80 Pratt Electric, repair* .^-i.*.. 8,76 Cities Service, oil 20.03 Recreation Fund Empl. SecOrlty Comm., tax ... 101.40 Public Employees' Rettremcftt, tax . 25.20 Algona Laundry, laundry - 3.66 L. S. Muckey. drain pool 15.80 Airport Fund Ltne Material Co., supp. Cresco-Union Electric, elec. Cowan Building Supply, supp.... Hall-Strahorn, supp. ._ Jack's OK Tire Serv.. repairs.- Pafklng Meier Fund Raymond Krebs, salary 150.73 Iowa State Bank, tax 18.80 Empl. Security Comm., tax.. 44.71 Public Employees' Retirement, tax _ 78.26 H. J. Cowan, repairs 9.00 Debt Service Fund loWa State Bank, interest „.. 578.00 Meeting adjourned to October 29, 1956 at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk. Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk. 5.54 24.70 27.82 1.'94 1.25 WAIT A FEW DAYS... BE 3 YEARS AHEAD / RE-ELECT Henry Scheppmann INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR FIRST DISTRICT Supervisor YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED General Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1956. How to Vote Independent for HENRY SCHEPPMANN O Republican O Democratic O Independent D Eisenhower n SU vrnson i"' ...._._ (71 Hickenloopcr fi Evans (Other state candidates here) G Hoegh n Loveless LI Duane K. Uewei r 1 Hidout f'l ........ ......... (Other district and ixmnly candidates appear here). For Supervisor Henry n 1 Candidate t'andidate Scheppmann Road Building Record During Scheppmann's Eight Years Service as Supervisor of The First District 1. 134 miles of grading lo permanent grade in Schepp- mann's district. 2. 157 miles of graveling in Scheppmann's district. 3. 52 miles of stabilized base in Scheppmann's district. 4. 48 miles of black-top in Scheppmann's district. 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