The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1966 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 21, 1966
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f\ . I* /* |F"""" || i*i'™flWiMNMWttHWi Police Car, (PORTLAND Emergency Truck Bought Algona's city council okayed purchase of a couple of new vehicles during a regular meeting here last Wednesday night. Due to their action, a new police car will be purchased from Kos- sutli Motor Co. and a new emergency vehicle will be bought from Joe Bradley Equipment, both local firms. Low bid on the police car was $1,600, while the emergency truck bid was $3,589. Both vehicles will be used to replace machines now in use. Also purchased were 60 parking meter mechanisms to replace 60 that have been in service for some time. Purchase of an air compressor for use at the street department garage, and requested by Roy Burrls, city mechanic, was re- furred to committee for further study; the purchasing committee was asked to study bids for a base radio for the police department; a second reading of a new no parking ordinance was held; and the sanitation committee was asked to study a proposed sanitary extension in the other actions Wednesday. By Mrs. Victor Fitch iMiiiiiiiiiimmmiiiiiiiiiflowfflrawwi Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks visited Friday evening in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Max Goldman, Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and John of Minneapolis spent the weekend with their parents, the J. R. Thompsons and the Edmund Larsons. They attended the Rentz-Hannover wedding in Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman and Gene and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danielson and Bruce were Wednesday evening visitors In the Victor Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sparks attended the double 25th wedding anniversary celebration Sunday at the Doan Methodist church in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asa and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, Jean and Randy attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary Von Bank Monday at West Bend. Mrs. J. R. Thompson and Julie were Sunday dinner guests in the Edmund Larsen home, also Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and John of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms visited In the Axel Carlson home in Burt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Carlson and wiV&SlHINb FUN 9l OF RECLINERS FORMERLY $74.88 NOW 49.98 MONTGOMERY WARD CATALOG STORE ALGONA Kim were Saturday sapper guests in the Jesse Harms home. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul were Wednesday callers at the George Peterson's at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson of Rodman were Friday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul Tienan. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz of Titonka were Sunday callers in the George Koestler home. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Koestler, Karla and Kimml were Sunday evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson were Friday visitors In the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul. Friday evening callers were Mr. andMrs. Hugh Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Milford Smith in honor of Paul's birthday. Several Portland families attended the big day at the Burt Elevator, Monday. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul went to Brltt Saturday where they visited Leonard Callies at the hospital. "Cooperate, remember the banana; every time it leaves the bunch it gets skinned." WEATHER BALLOON Mrs. Raymond Boyle, Stuart, found a weather recording instrument on their farm last month. The orange parachute and Instrument attached had been released from the Omaha airport. Algona, (la.) Upp*r DM Moinw Monday, F#b. 21, Lone Rock! By Mf». A. A. Krueger Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Prult and family have moved Into an apartment above Priebe's grocery store and Mr Prult, who is In the Air Force, will leave March 1 for the Philippine Islands. His family will wait here 4 to 6 months for government housing and then will join him. Mrs. Pruit is the former Verdabelle Behrends. Mrs . Chet Alme visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. Maude Blanchard from Wed. to Sunday to recuperate after surgery at St. Ann hospital, Algona. She returned to her home at Ottosen Sunday. Mrs. Frank Flaig and Mrs. Dean Jergenson, Algona, visited Mrs. Mary Flai& Algona, who is at Mercy Hospital, Ft. Dodge. Sunday Feb. 20, an open house will be held for Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bellinger In the Presbyterian church parlors from 2 to 5 p. m. No Invitations are being sent and all friends and relatives are invited. American Legion met Tues- day night with 12 members present. They voted to purchase a new folding wheelchair to be used In the community when necessary. Improvements are to be made on 0)6 furnace. A telephone has been installed. Boy's State was also discussed which will be brought up again at the next meeting, Kermit Krueger and other students from St. Paul Bible College, St. Paul, will conduct the services at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening, Fell. 20, at 7:30 p. m. There will lie- special music. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jensen, Hackensack,' Minn., spent Wednesday and Thursday here visiting friends enroute to Phoenix, Ariz, to spend the rest of the winter visiting the Richard Jensen family and the Ed Wald family. They will also spend sometime with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Jensen at Bryan, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Quinn left Saturday to spend a few days at the home of their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thul at Cedar Falls. They will also make the acquaintance of a new granddaughter, Sandra Lynn, born Feb. 4. The Thuls now have three girls and two boys. 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