The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1966 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, February 21, 1966
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Receives Award In New Orleans Gerdes, Salary. 155.56 Hutchison, Salary 172.77 Jorgenson, Salary 184.90 Rasmussen. Salary 164.76 Elbert, Salary 33.78 Voigt, Salary 162.92 Willey, Salary 15.00 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 115.30 Trust & Agency, Pension. . 14.49 Ricklefs-Geelan, Insurance 14.12 Directory Service, Receipts 27.50 N. W. Bell Telephone, Telephone 22.85 Ricklefs Insurance, Premium. . 2,773.00 Algona Fire Dept., Services 444.00 Bohannon Insurance, Premium 499.84 SANITATION NEW ORLEANS, LA. - Richard R. Lukes, Algona, was recently named a member of the 1965 Territory Managers Advisory Board of Oliver Corporation, Chicago-based farm and industrial "Equipment subsidiary of White Motor Corporation. Lukes and his wife, Helen, attended the meeting of the Board In Hew Orleans, February 1-3. 8. W. White, Jr., president of Oliver, at the left above, presented the local businessman with a handsome engraved plaque In recognition of tils appointment - an honor accorded this year to only 55 Oliver territory managers In the entire country. In presenting the award, White noted Lukes' outstanding record of accomplishment throughout 1965 in managing his northwestern Iowa territory of Oliver farm and Industrial equipment dealers. Afoone (la.) Upper Dii Mblne»- Monday', Nbi 21 ', 1966 Farts 3.55 Laing's Fib. & Htg., Service & Controls 110.50 Pederson-Sells Repairs 1.13, Sieg Co., Repairs 2.16 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 225.97 Bulten, Salary 173.79 Gade, Salary 87.55 Courtney, Salary 102.98 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 7.00 N. W. Bell Telephone, Telephone 10.50 Wallace and Holland, Engineering Fees. ...... 352.40 Laing's Plbg. & Htg., Services 10.34 Utt Electric, Service 4.00 Bohannon Insurance, Premium 9.00 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary 150.04 Lemkee, Salary 202.63 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 22.00 Laing's Plbg. & Htg., Water Heater 118.30 N. W. Bell Telephone, Telephone 11.85 O. L. Thomas, Dues 15.00 Bohannon Insurance, Premium 371.66 RECREATION Boldrldge, Salary. ..... 101.14 Bakken, Labor 11.68 Chapin, Labor 16.88 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 7.60 BohannonInsurance Premium 97.25 PARKING METER Groen, Salary. 197.03 Nauholz, Salary S2.46 Iowa State Bank, Withholding. 30.60 Trust & Agency, Pension. . 2.34 Algona Postmaster, Envelopes 62.40 FATHER-DAUGHTER A lather-daughter combination this year heads the Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges at Fulton. E. A. T«ters lias been Installed as noble grand, while Ms daughter, Mrs. Vern Said, will serve as noble grand of the Rebekahs. I Council Minutes The city council met Jan. 26, 1966 at a regular meeting with Mayor Finn and the following council members: Muckey, Andreasen, ' Elbert, Miller and Felrce. Absent: Cook. Minutes of last meeting were approved. L. Bohannon of Bohannon Ins. Service explained to, the council the Increase premium cost of the cities Fire Insurance policy. H. Smith of Wallace & Holland .Engineering firm met with the council to discuss a curb and gutter project. The council authorized Mr. Smith to meet with the Planning and Zoning commission to further discuss on a curb and gutter project. Leon Martin came before the council concerning sanitary sewer extension to make a sewer line available at the corner of Kennedy and Hall streets. This was referred to Mr. Smith of Wallace and Holland for study. Mr. Tielebeln, 114 So. Main, came before the council concerning no parking on Main street. No action was taken at this time. Ray Braun of Algona came before the council for information on closing streets across his property In the northeast part of -the city. Mr. Braun was referred to the Planning and Zoning commission. Fire chief gave a report on the activities of the fire department for 1965 and he was authorized to send out for bids on a new emergency truck. Proposed Ord. 449 entitled "Ordinance attending ordinance No. 413, the municipal code, by prohibiting parking in an area bounded by McGregor, pidgley, Worth and Phillips streets between 2:00 a. m. and 6:00 a. m. and prohibiting parking on Main street at any time, and providing penalties for the violation thereof," was given the first reading. Authorized the City Attorney to send a letter to the Planning and Zoning Commission recommending to the Planning and Zoning Commission that they investigate the 701 Urban Planning Assistance project. This is section 701 of the Federal Housing Act of 1954 as amended, provides federal appropriations for the purpose of assisting local governments in solving planning problems. Projects are financed by 2/3 Federal and 1/3 local funds. Approved to extend the agreement with Robert Deal to supply the city with gravel. Approved to extend the agreement with Algona Tree Service to trim the dead wood out of elm trees that are on city property. Authorized the purchase of approximately 1,000 tons of chips from the Humboldt quarry to be stockpiled at Algona. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION No. 1142 January 26, 1966 GENERAL Finn, Salary. 135.00 Smith, Salary 237.43 Sands, Salary 134.29 Iowa State Bank, Withholding. 63.70 Directory Service, Blue Prints 9.00 W. Finn, Expenses 49.25 N. W. Bell Telephone, Telephone 26.20 Bohannon Insurance, Premium 292.66 STREET Cbnnie ? s Column CREAMY VEAL . •N' NOODLES .., Order 1% Ibs. thin veal" steak, cut into serving pieces; coat it all over with a mixture of V4 cup flour, l»/2 tsp. monosodium glutamate, 1 tsp. salt and V4 tsp. pepper. Set aside. Cook six slices of bacon in large skillet till crisp; crumble and set aside. Brown the coated veal in bacon fat; Add 3 Tbsp. chopped onion, cook till golden. Add one 8- oz. can tomato sauce, 1 tsp. paprika and crumbled bacon. Cover; simmer 20 minutes. Stir in 1 cup evaporated milk. Soon as mixture's hot, serve over 4 cups cooked, drained wide noodles, to six of your heartiest eaters. : SAVE THOSE SEEDS An avocado seed can become an indoor tree, if you've a green ithumb! Half le secret: be certain the "seed hasn't been in the refrigerator. Grapefruit and orange pits can become pretty little green plants, too. Children love to watch things grow. This might be just the thing for a special school project. Helping with seedlings can teach them lifetime lessons. So save yourself a bonus from tomorrow's salad, or the breakfast citrus! Burris, Salary. ..... 171.89 Burtls, Salary 151.50 Frambach, Salary. . '. .. . 141.60 Helmers, Salary. 141.64 Lashbrook, Salary. 47.89 Pergande, Salary 189.66 Skilling, Labor 29.39 Wibben, Salary 137.23 Iowa State Bank, Withholding. 88.70 Ricklefs-Geelan, Insurance 7.06 N. W. Bell Telephone, Telephone 21.30 Sieg Company, Parts Cleaner 236.00 Sunray D-X, Supplies 32.28 United Builders, Supplies 88 Wallace and Holland, Engineering Fees 852.60 2hemco Co., polish 22.08 Bohannon Insurance, Premium 326.08 ROAD USE TAX Eco Machine, FUN ON WHEELS A few folks in the Northern Plains area painted up a truck, fitted it with shelves of craft materials, tables and chairs. Each week they send it rolling out to oldsters, who pay just ten cents per hobby session. The "Craftmobile" followed another truck "Meals on Wheels" for men and women who can't cook for themselves. A pair of very special ideas there, in case your club is looking for a new direction! BENCH TO BEAUTY Remember that old piano bench down in < the basement?{ Bring it up, brighten it] with enamel, and cover its hinged top with adhesive- back, plastic-coated paper. What have you there? A handy play table for a lucky child. Toys, crayons, craft materials can hide inside the bench. (Bet you could finish this job in just one snowbound day.) SWEETER SHEETS If yours is a big family, why iron all those bed sheets? Tumble them just to the brink of bone-dryness, then fold them and let them "set" on top of your gas clothes dryer. The gas dryer gives them a springtime-fresh fragrance, too. From linens to light, ruffly dresses, today's gas clothes dryers "do up" your things the work-free way. Isn't it time you owned one of these new miracle-models? 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