The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1966 · Page 31
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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6-Algona (la.) U PP »r DM Metnti Thu»dey, March 10, 1966 Lakota Algona Woman On Pacific Cruise Cou " leNo ' es Matson Lines SS Marlposa sailed for the South pacific on a 42-day cruise from San Francisco on March 3, via Los Angeles on March 4. Ports of call during the cruise Include Bora Bora, Papeete, Rarotonga, Auckland, Sydney, Noumea, Suva, Niuafo'ou CTin-Can Island), Pago pago and Honolulu, pictured aboard Just prior to departure is Mrs. Theodore Hutchison, 15 East north street, Algona, as she studies the deck diagram and stateroom pattern of the ship. Leigh, Frohling To Washington OnF-BTrip Marvin Leigh, Algona, and Mike Frohling, Ottosen, will leave Tuesday, March 8, for Washington, D. C. They will leave from Chicago on Wednesday morning, along with representatives of other county Farm Bureaus which reached their 1966 membership goals by March 1. Wednesday they will tour the scenic and historic spots of the .nation's Capitol. Thursday begins with a briefing by an American Farm Bureau staff member and the opportunity to attend committee hearings. The Farm Bureau leaders will attend committee hearings or visit the House when they are In session. They will have Friday, March 11, free to attend more hearings or to visit other government offices and museums. They will leave Washington Friday evening for Iowa. Lillian Schroder, Former Burt Resident, Passes Funeral services for Lillian Schrader, Titonka, were held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Ward Funeral home. A Christian Science Service was conducted by Stuart N. Grummon, Mason City. Burial was In clear Lake cemetery. Lillian coombes Schrader was born Now. 23, 1907, at Watertown, S. D. When three years old she went to Clear Lake with her. family and attended the grade schools. She later moved to Tyndall, S. D,, with her aunt, Gertrude McCalmon. she completed high school at Tyndall and attended Yankton College at Yankton, s. D., and Morningslde College, Sioux City. Mrs. Schrader taught in south Dakota and Iowa for 13 years and at the time of her death, was substitute teacher at Titonka and Burt. She was married to Virgil Schrader at Emmestburg, They made their home for 20 years at Burt where he was In the automobile business. They later farmed east of Burt. Mrs. Schrader died Tuesday of last week at a Mason City hospital, she had been hospitalized for one week. Surviving is a daughter, Vickie, 13. She was preceded In death by her mother, Mrs, Clare Coombes. Minor Crash An Algona lady, Elma A. Ueb, 60, was charged with falling to enter safely after stopping at a stop sign following a minors-car crash here Wednesday at 9; 02 ajn, and was fined $10 and costs In Mayor Bill Finn's court the following day. An auto driven by Mrs, Ueb collided with another driven by Russel Mullen, 21, Algona, at the Intersection of Minnesota and McGregor streets, resulting In a total of $175 estimated damages. Local police investigated. Bird Day The Algona- Garden Club recently received a copy of a proclamation of Bird Day from Gov. Harold E. Hughes. The state Bird Day Is March 21, and Federated Garden clubs of Iowa is making every effort to make area citizens conscious of the date. Schools have also been contacted, asking them to do a study of birds on that day, which is also the first day of spring. Silver Year LAKOTA - Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Koppen observed their silver wedding anniversary Feb. 27, with open house at their home. Elsie steenhard and Irvin Koppen were married Feb. 24, 1941, at the First Presbyterian Church in Lakota, Attendants were Rachel Becker, now Mrs, Theis Schaokenberg of Lu- Verne, and Henry Steenhard, brother of the bride. Both were present tor the anniversary observance. The couples two children, Dale, a student at MankatoState College, and Mrs. JoeNydegger of Kensett, were host and hostess. The Koppens also have one granddaughter. Prior to the open house, a family devotional program was given by Rev. John Relners, Friends and relatives attended from surrounding area towns and from Fort Dodge, Minneapolis, Mankato and Couer D'Alene, Idaho. Burt Lions Approve 'Senior' Banquet BURT - Burt Lions Club Monday night voted to sponsor a banquet In April honoring graduating seniors. it will take the p'ace of the activities banquet held In previous years. Wives of Lions will also be guests. Marley Hansen is the program chairman. Members also decided to continue the monthly dinners served by the Legion Auxiliary. Harley (Troutman Jr. was a guest. OFFICE SUPPLIES - Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at The Upper Des Moinea Pub. Co., AN , gona, across from new Municipal parking lot. STRONG Make Strong Communities "O come, let us worship and bow down, let us kneel before the Lord, our Maker!" — Psalms 95:6 The longer we live, the more we come to the belief that our stay upon earth is all too short. It is usually that our stay apon spent, that more and more we earth is all too short. It is usually in the Golden Years, when time has for the most part been turn our footsteps to the chosen place of worship. There is time, in the days of youth, to give more to God . .. a moment or two, here and there ... a prayerful pause in the midst of a working day. Try it, now and then. You may be sure that God will hear. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: HUTZELL CITGO SERVICE Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC. Q. B. Harmes "Super Speed" Topis FARMERS SERVICE CINTiR, Inc. Merton Rois, Mgr, COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 & 169 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver — Massey-Ferguson CMC Trucks — Firestone Tires — Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend - Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors - Trucks - Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algona, lowq SHUTS BROWNBILT SHOI STORi "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa VAN'S CAFI Junction 18 & 1 0 9 On Choir Tour carol Mae, daughter of Pastor and Mrs. G. J. C. Gerlke, Student at St John's Academy, Winfield, Kansas, left on a choir tour March 4. The tour will take the choir to cities In Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas, prom Texas, the choir will make a half-day excursion Into Old Mexico, the choir will be on their goodwill tour ten days returning to Wlnfield March 14. carol Mae, a Junior, is a soprano and a member of a special quartet. M-D ciub Four Corner Mother & Daughter club will meet March 10 at the home of Alvina Walker with Annette Arend assisting. Roll call will be answered with changes 1 would like to make in my home. Election of officers for the comtnlng year will take place. Ohio Chatter will be brought by Bernlce Walker. Council Minutes The City Council met in regular session Feb. 23, 1966 with Mayor Finn and the following council members present: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert & Miller. Absent: Cook & Pelrce. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Class B beer permit for Larry's Recreation was approved. H. Smith of Wallace & Holland, Engr. firm from Mason City, la., met with the council concerning curb and gutter project. Authorize preliminary, design and preparation of plats & schedules. Discussed the proposed extension of sanitary sewer in the southwest part of the city. Algona Library report for the year 1665 was read & placed on file in the Clerk's office. Algona Airport Comm. report for the year 1665 was read & placed on file in the clerk's office. Algona Municipal Utilities report for the year ending 12-311965 was read & placed on file in the Clerk's office. A petition, signed by 20 residence living on Main street, objecting to that portion of proposed Ord. 449 restricting park- Ing on Main street from Commercial to McGregor street was read & place on file in the Clerk's office. Authorized the Police Dept. to purchase 100 watt Motorola base station. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. Smith, City Clerk APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION NO. 1144 February 23rd, 1966 GENERAL Finn, salary 135.00 Smith, salary 237.43 Sands, salary ',,. . 120.29 la. State Bank, Wholdlng 61.40 la. State Bank, Wholding + . . 27.11 NW Bell, Telephone 55.43 M. Parrott & Sons, Supplies 17.12 STREET Burris, salary 171.89 Burtis, salary 151.50 Frambach, salary 14S.70 Heimers, salary 141.64 Lashbrook, salary 47.89 Pergande, salary 189.66 Wlbben, salary 137.23 la. state Bank, Wholding 84.30 ta. state bank, Wholding 58.45 Ricklefs-Geelan, Insurance 7.06 Blossom Ins., Insurance 11.18 Del Chemical, Paint 62.11 Harris Fire Control, Extinguisher 26.00 N. central Pub. Ser., Nat. Gas 142.06 NW Bell, Telephone 12.30 Swaney Equip, Lights .... 240.76 United Bldrs., Nails 2.34 Wesco Steel, Material 15.74 ROAD USE TAX K & W Farm Service, Fuel Oil PUBLIC SAFETY 43.01 Boekelman, salary 225.97 Bulten, salary 173.79 Gerdes, salary 155.56 Hutchison, salary 172.77 Jorgenson, salary 184.90 Rasmussen, salary...... 164.76 Voigt, salary 162.92 Elbert, salary 33.78 Willey, salary 15.00 la. State Bank, Wholding 115.30 la. State Bank, Wholding 96.18 Trust & Agency, Pension 14.49 Ricklefs-Geelan, Insurance 14.12 Buco Products, Helmets. 248.69 Gopher Shooter's Supply, Riot Batons 42.60 city Clerk, Adv. cash .... 22.12 NW Bell, Telephone 31.85 Algona Fire Dept., Services 834.00 Harris Fire Control, Fire Hose 1,187.00 United Bldrs. Material 16.34 SANITATION Gade, salary 87.55 Courtney, salary...... 102.98 la. State Bank, Wholding 7.oo K & W Farm Service, Fuel Oil 11.04 N. Central Pub. sen, , * Nat Gas. ........... 20.07 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary 150.04 Lemkee, Salary ». 202,63 la. State Bank, Wholding 22.00 la. State Bank, Wholding 15.37 X & W Farm Service, Fuel Oil 129.64 RECREATION Boldrldge, salary ...... 101.14 Pat Hggarty, salary ..... 8.14 la. State Bank, Wholding 4.40 United Bldrs., Supplies ............ 16.80 PARKING METER Groen, salary 197.03 Nauholz, salary ....... 48.32 la. State Bank, Wholding. 30.00 la. State Bank, Wholding.. 20.50 Trust & Agency, Pension 2.34 Utt Electric, Repairs 65.00 WMAMWM Exclusive! FROM Electronic Specialties 1 NEW CLECTRONIC COLORTRON MOST POWERFUL TV ANTENNA YOU CAN OWN Unique antenna design PLUS built-in «Uc« trenle amplifier combine to deliver th« sharpest, clearest TV picture* you've ever Men. Interference It cut to a minimum • . . you get distant stations clearly . . . perfect reception on color at wtll ai black and whit*. 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