The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1956 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 27, 1956
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Niece Of Early Pioneers Dies; Burial Seneca Seneca — Graveside funeral rites were held at the Blakjer Lutheran Cemetery last Wednesday afternoon for Edwardina Dahl, 70, of Glenvvood, Iowa, who passed away on Nov. 11 at Glenwood. The Rev. Harlan Blockhus conducted the services and the Anderson Funeral Home of Iowa Falls had charge of the arrangements. Miss Dahl was buried on the Fossum lot in the local cemetery and was a niece of one of our early pioneers, Hans Fossum. She has no immediate survivors. Seneca Sparklers The Seneca Sparklers 4-H club held their November meeting at the home of Susan and Sharon Sullivan. Local leader, Mrs Martin Wilberg, gave out new material for the year. Sharon Sullivan demonstrated making a gathered skirt and Shirley Sullivan talked on the value of brushing one's hair. The Christmas gift exchange will be held at the home of Barbara England. Shirley Sullivan joined the club at this meeting and was properly initiated. Mrs Harold Grunhovd is a new leader of the club. Visitors included Linda Grunhovd arid Sylvia Sullivan. Seneca Stars Meet The' Seneca Stars 4-H Club held its regular meeting at the home on Tuesday futiday, Nov«mb«f 27, 1*i6 AI0»na (la.) 6** Bancroft Couple (rvington ItUols The Irvihgtoh Ideals met at the home of Mary and Connie Arndorfer, Nov. 17. There were 19 members and 3 mothers present. Talks were given by Wilma Brown, Mary Janice Arndorfer and Mafy Alice Klein. A demonstration was given by Bonnie Ffoehlich and Carol Friders, of Mary England evening, Nov. 3. The leader, Mrs Wm. Dorsey, presented the new record, also new program books. The program consisted of a demonstration by Marcia Hartshorn; Mary England talked, and Margare NieJsen gave a demonstration. Attend 4-H Dinner Seneca 4-H leaders who attended the dinner at the Burt High School gymnasium Wednesday evening, Nov. -14, with the Kos"- suth Bounty Farm Bureau as hosts Included Mr and Mrs Lawrence Johanncseti, Mr and Mrs Wm. Dorsey, Mr and Mrs Earl Crouch, Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mr and Mrs Caleb Ilarts- noi-n and Mr and Mrs Frank Meyers and Mr and Mrs Henry Looft. Mrs Bell Haugland and son Bei't of Pequot Lakes, Minn, were Wednesday visitors at the Thompson Brothers home, Mr and Mrs Carl llauge ol Leland were also guests. Mrs Hauge and Mrs Hougulancl ure sisters-in-la%v. Dick Looft, who has spenf fR£ pitsl two months receiving tet-h- nical training with the International Business Machine Company at Endicutt, K. Y., returned home last Kridav. He left on Monday for Dos Moincs where he will begin an "mi the job" training program on the I.B.M. office in that city. Lois Wilberg, a member of the Seneca Stars 4-H club, was one of the five Kossuth County 4-H girls awarded at trip to the internnUonal Livestock Exposition at Chicago. Richard Meyer.-;, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Meyers, is among the group of Kossuth County 4-11 boys who was awarded a trip to I hi; InU'rnational Livestock Exposition ut Chicago over the Thanksgiving weekend. Ann McGuire, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles McGuire of Bancroft, and Donald Degen, son of Mrs Elizabeth Degen of Bancroft, pictured above, were united in marriage Oct. 27 at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. the Francis Torines and the Lowell Larsons and Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson held a joint Thanksgiving dinner at the F. Torine home. 115 Enroll For Adult Ed Classes According to advanced registrations, which total 115, adult education classes, which will begin Jan. 7, are going to have large enrollments this year. So far, maximum enrollment has been reached in beginning sewing, advanced sewing, upholstery and beginning bridge. There will be no more enrollees accepted for these classes. Beginning typing has met the requirement of 10 and will be offered. More enrollees will be accepted for this course. Industrial arts, bookeeping and oil painting are sure to be offered, with only a few registrations needed in each. On the doubtful list unless further registrations are made, arc beginning photography, arts and crafts, aeronautics, caning chairs, household science, law for the layman, public education and current problems. Unless the minimum of 10 registrations in these courses is reached by Dec. 15, they will not be offered. One new course has been added. It is obedience training for Mr and Mrs Francis Torine and " dogs, and will be offered if t Homemakers of Swea Twp. Met, Peterson Home Swea & Esgle The S\ve;i Homemakers met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Rudy Peterson with Mrs Dettmer Thompson, assistant hostess, Mrs Kcl FU/.^erald, club piesident. presided over business. Mrs Clarence Weise. road the secre- t.-ir.y's report. It was derided t<> fond live Care paeka.ues, and tr. hold a Christmas party. The Lesson, Freezer Management, was given by Mrs Pau 1 SanfUior and Mrs Art K. Anderson. Twenty-two ladies were present. The next llomemakers meM- in<; will be a Christmas party Monday aftvvnoon, Dee. 10, at the home of Mrs Emil Larson. Mrs Elvin Swanson is in charge ol program. son Larry were Wednesday nighl dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Donald Patterson at Burt, Mr and Mrs Leo Guerdct and family and the Earl Flier family of Gruver were Thankgsiving supper guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Burt at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Cecil Thoreson had as Thanksgiving dinner guests a number of relatives, Mr and Mrs Ed Jensen, Algona; Mr and Mrs O. L. Thoreson; Mr and Mrs Palmer Jensen and children of Bancroft; Mr end Mrs William Christensen and their son Billy who was home from Coe College Cedar Rapids, and a college boy friend of Billy's. Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen's guests Thursday were a number of Mrs Jensen's relatives, Art nnd Albert Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Lester Hesseldahl and daughter. Mary Lynn; Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobson and children, Mr and Mrs , Anchor Hesseldahl, all of. Winnebagn, Minn., Mrs Agnes Sharp and son Jerry of Blue Earth, Minn., and O. A. Jenson. Mr and Mrs Harold V. Jones dinner guests Thursday were relatives, Mrs Mary Budlong, Mr and Mrs Harold Gartner, chil- .Sandi'a,, ; and, Diane, Mr and. Donald Budlbhg""find daughters Debrah and Rhonda, all of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Laurence Hanson and Granville Frye returned home last week Tuesday after a visit with relatives and friends in Los Angeles' and other places. Mr.-; Hanson left three weeks ago by train and Laurence and Granville left two weeks ago. James Reynolds of Atlanta, Ga. spent a few days last week at the homo of his brother, Wallace Reynolds and his family. Mr and Mrs Sam Gibbson and daughter, Mary Ethel left last week Monday for a week vacation trip south to Knoxville, Tenn. and to visit a nephew Donald Gibson at Knoxville. Mr and Mrs Eldon Link spent lasi weekend at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Dewey Link, near Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Hans Petersnn had ;. numbiT of friends Sunday nisht for supper to help celebrate three birthdays for Janice Angle, Vern Anderson and Rosalie Peterson Guests were Mr and Mrs Vern Anderson and sons, Mr and Mrs Clayton Angle and daughter, Janice. qualified instructor can be found to teach it. Home For Vacation College' students hmne for Thanksgiving vocation were Marcia Jensen and Barbara Mi no <>f Sioux Falls College, Sioux Falls. S. D.; Ruth Ann Pehrson, Iowa Stii'e, Ames; Cherylo Torine Upper lew, i University, F;iyette- Kavun Thors.)ii. Roger Marlson, Card Miller Waldorf, Forest City; Ronald Peterson, Iowa University, Iowa City: Alan 1VUT- yi-in. Gustavus Adnlphus, St. Peter Minn.: Gene Thompson. Iowa, State. Ames, Kathryn Carr and Liivon Jensen, State Teachers College, Mankato, Minn. Mr ;m.-l Mrs Ed Fit/.';erald I Hive purchased a IIOUM' and m»ved it t i A 1 1 nsl run;.;. After remodeling is done they will move. Then- son and his wife, Mr ami Mi> Kubrn Fit/ger.-ild will live on I lie t'irni. Mr and Mrs Ted Bowman o! IV'jri i. 111. spent TlnmU:<uivin4 weekend at the home uf her mother. Mrs Fern Peter-on alto 1 her M.-li-r and her f.niiil.v. Mr and Mr.s Rul.aru O'G-.eon. The t,,.n:h dinner wj.; ..I the O'Gix-t-n'b Th'irsdav. Mr MIC! Mr • Hi; il 1 .'.I'-nn ^P'i • I rvington By Marguerite Mulligan Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole received word of, arrival of their third {'randoaughtei, Kathleen Lois Bird, on Nov. 19, 10,'>6. The Birds live at LaMesa, Calif. Mrs Helen Sanbnrn and sons of Cedar Falls spent Thanksgiving Day at the John Sclmlx nome. Mr and Mrs A. M. Lemkee were guests at the Joe Meurer home at Wesley on Thansgiving Fenton-Grant Split Wins Fcnton and Grant split a pair of basketball games on the Fenton floor Nov. 16, with the home girls racking up a 51-37 win, while the boys fell, 44-33. Larson got 23 points and Randolph 22 for the winners in the girls game, while Skaar camo up with 27 for Grant. Grant raced away to an early nine point lead, held on and took the boys game as Tokheim poured home 19 points and Johnson 12. Gowans got 11 for Fenton. COUNCIL MINUTES The Covmcil met in adjourned session, Nov. 7, 1956 at 7:30 p.m. with the Mayor and all Councilmcn present except Furst. It was decided to purchase a used 1956 caterpillar tractor from the Gibbs-Cook Machinery Co.. Des MToin- es. for S8850. less trade-in in the amount of $-1350. for a snow loader and bulldozer. Meeting adjourned to Nov. 14, 1956 at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuff ham. City Clerk. * » + ' The Council met in adjourned session. Nov. 14. 195fi at 7:30 p.m. with the Mayor and all Councilmen present. The minutes were read and approved. Bids were received from Fairbanks Excavating Co.. Ix?e Hatcher and Helmers Bros, for construction of 660 ft. of sanitary sewer. The bid of Helmers Bros, was accepted. An Ordinance providing for the issuance of $102,000. Street Construction Bonds and a Resolution providing for the issuance of $52,000. Street Improvement Bonds were adopted. A Resolution was adopted, ordering construction of the storm sewer in the eastern part ol Algona and setting Dec. 12th as the date for hearing and receiving bids on said project. A cigarette permit and a beer permit were grained to h-walu Vuigl unit a beer permit to A. H. Johnson. Builder's permits were granted to John Mahoney. Clarence Fraser, W. H. Steltan, Kossuth Motor Co. and Bennie Wibben. Thr> resignation of City Clerk Ivy Scufl'ham was accented and David Smith was appointed City Clerk beginning Dec. 1st. The following claims were allowed. General Government Fund Nancy Sands, salary 72.67 1.. K. Ferguson, salary 16.04 Iowa State Bank, tax 35.C>0 Dr. C'. C. Shierk, expenses 10.20 I. B. M. Corp.. main!, agreement 30.00 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, salary Albert Porgande. salary Cilt'iin Fiurtis, salary Hichard Frambach, salary Raymond Met/en, Jr.. salary . Jack Mears. salary __.. .. Donald Frew, salary ... Victor Fridures. salary Harrv Ward, salary ... John Bahr, labor . . ... ... Icua State Bank, tax . ... . H. J. Cowan, crosswalks . _ Ready-Mix, supp I'ralt Electric, repairs Ssvavti Huwe.. supp. ..... J I. Holcomb Mfg. Co.. supp . East End Foundry, Inc.. mdso. Algona Impl. Co.. repairs . Arnold Motor Supply, mdso. A Gift For All the Family! PORTABLE TYPEWRITER Smith-Corona • Remington • Royal • Underwood WILL BUY ONE n~~«n Come In Today And Let Us Show You Our Complete Stock - The Early Birds Will Have First Choice Of A Complete Selection of All Models, So Hurry In! Yours Can Be Laid Away For Christmas. The Portable of a Lifetime for a Lifetime The Rugged World's NUMBER ONE Portable Day. Mr and Mr.s Chris Gales enjoying a visit with three of his sister.s, who have spent the past week here. They are from Waterloo, Iowa and Minneapolis, Minn. Mr and Mr.s Le VanderWaa) and children of Iowa City were guests at her parent's home the Lee Culwells on Thursday evening. Wesleyans Bag 4 Nice Bucks Wesley — Bill Koppi-n, Ronnie Ncwbrough, Albert Ginird and Carl Froehlich went to Wyoming, Monday. NOV. 12, returning Thursday morning, each a proud pusse»s<u' ol a bu> k deer. One of the animal-; war. a four point deer, one a 10 point and 2 uere Li pointers. The men eiio.iuntr.ved bli/Aird condition.- thru the lhnv states an-.l M-pui'li'd many deer were Mi'.hii"!. There was 2-1 inchi'.-, of .-now ivpoited in Wyoming. The first free kindergarten in t'| ,• V T S \V !•- • i li ill -'p.' i Hi Ki'V." V'l.j. ;;) J-jTl:, o-. Kci:;-. A'.liW. Dau's Garage, repairs Ceorge's Body Shop, repairs . Clyeenburg Auto Supply, supp. Hilton's Service, mdse ...... Kent Motor Co.. repairs ...... Public Safety Fund Albert Boekelman. salary . .. A. C. WiMbliaar, salary . ..... .. Hichard Groen, salary ....... Ernest Hutchison, salary ...... {VI er Jorgenson. salary ........ loxva State Bank, tax _____________ Jack's OK Tire Serv.. repairs ' 120.36 111.04 111.04 HU.9S 88. U5 103 !I5 110.5S 103.95 18.15 Jl-'iii 4!l.20 40.05 .'i.ilO 55.58 1.7!) 1145 IB 00 33.6(5 16. oa 166.01 25.00 5.67 3f,5.(i5 37.59 194.!).'! 142.05 176.30 161.85 137.10 47.70 1.25 SMITH-CORONA World's Fastest Portable Typewriter Here is a portable with all the major features of a standard office typewriter . . . the same keyboard . . . the same quality of printing . . . the same touch and action. Impartial experts have declared it the best designed portable on the market. Dealers say it requires the least service. The CLIPPER Smith - Corona quality al moderate price. Has Page Gage, Colorspeed Keyboard, Super • Speed Escapement. Quickset Margins, Synchronized Line Space Lever, Tip- Touch Back Spacer, Typebar Speed Booster, Skidproof Feet Piano Key Action, Floating Shift and other features. The STERLING Top performance at medium price. Has all the features listed for the Clipper, plus Line Retainer, Paper Guide, Retractable Paper Supports and cushioned, manually set Tabulator. Your Smith - Corona Dealer can help you choose the model best suited to your needs. The SILENT-SUPER Has everything you'd expect in an office typewriter, and more besides! All of the advantages of the Sterling and the Clipper are found in the SILENT SUPER. In addition, an eighty-eight character keyboard, and the finest key-set tabulator in portable typewriter history. Available in five decorator-styled two-lone color combinations — alpine blue, seafoam green, coral pink, desert sand and sapphire gray. AS LITTLE AS $1.25 PER WEEK NEW Decorator Colors... Velvitont or Smooth finish Royal Red Royal Turquolst Royal Pink Royal B»l|« Royal Green Royal Cray NO DOWN PAYMENT UP TO 24 MONTHS TO PAY Long known for its advanced features and durability — now better than ever with speed selector, push button top. "magic" margin, new carriage control, line meter, visible tab set, new speed spacer, touch control", and fiber-glass carrying case. The world's portable speed championship was won on a Royal portable. ROYAL SENIOR COMPANION precision-built portable has Lock Segment Shift. Full Siie Office Typewriter Keyboard, Margin Release Key. and Ribbon Color Selector. ROYAL ARISTOCRAT has all the Quiet de Luxe advantages except quieting features, Line Meter, Speed Selector, Automatic Paper Lock, and Papet Supports. THE QUIET DELUXE has every operating feature one could wish for in a Portable typewriter, plus many features available on no other portable. It has Office Typewriter Keyboard and Features, including exclusive "Touch' Control' with which the touch of the keys can bt tailored to every member of the family. Hilton's Service, gas _. .. .. .. 148.51 Ira Kohl, salary 20.00 72.00 EU's Fire Service, mdse Sanitation Fund I.. K. Ferguson, salary ....... - 141.75 Harry Ward, salary Henkus Hclmi-is. labor Rc-iner Helmers, labor George Wrig. Jr.. labor ... Reakus HuInuTS. mdse Mason rnv Blueprint, supp. Miller Lumber Co.. mdse Swart'. Hdwr supp. . Hilton's St-rvifp. gas & oil 68.01 31 36 35.28 27.44 46.13 2.U 68.00 4 20 2200 ERli. salary -. ...... ____ H9.3B Fli'd Gronb.K-h, salary Iowa Stair 11. ink. tax .... AlKona Laundry, launrtrv Citit't. SC-IMCU, furl oil .. Hall-Stralioni Hdui> . Mipp. I'ratl Electric, repairs SigMH't Plumbing, repairs . Recreation Fund Hon.- hrurh Drug, supp . rrati Electric, repairs .. Airport Fund Airport tv Flying Busuies.-. Jioljcit Deal, cut tree.- Municipal Utilities, water M. I,. WallburR. elec. . . M. A. Bartliolomeu , iabcir material - ....... . . Hall-Strahorn Hcl'Ac.. MI pp. H7.D7 U 90 87 W (>]•'* 1182 3072 22 1R 1 00 1 00 12.00 300 28.3iJ 1,544.711 .98 . . Parking Meter Fund [\a\mond Krebb. salarv . . .. 15767 Richard Groen. labor ........ 1073 Ernest Hutchison, labor . ... 10 7li luu.i Stale Bank, tax . . 2020 Debt Service Fund I.nva SKiU- Bank. b.,r.d.s i. aiteieM . - . . . 20.138 7.") 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