The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1966 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1966
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Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stllle, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Henderson, attended the Sport Show in Des Moines. 4-Algdna (la.) Upper Oe* Mofnei Thurtday, April 7, 1966 LuVerne Youth A Graduate At Mankato State Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanselman of LuVerne visited in Mankato, Minn., with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Anderson and Eric. They went to attend the graduation of Larry Anderson from the Mankato State College. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Education. He will continue school, doing graduate work. - o - Kris Meyer entertained 22 of her classmates to an evening of dancing in the basement of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer home. The occasion was the 15th birthday of Kris, which was March 28. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Arends and Jonl were guests at a dinner in Ft. Dodge. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grove r Arends of Williams, were hosts. The guests of honor were the twin daughters of the Arends, Miss Josie Arends, who teaches at Rochester, and Mrs. Jim (Joyce) Duea of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Tobey and Nicky of Readlyn were weekend visitors with her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stripling and Mike. Mrs. Alma Steenhard of Britt, visited several days with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stille and children. Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman of Renwick, visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly recently. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kelllng of Goldfield, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly. Dean and Ronald Trauger, Mankato State College, Mankato, Minn., were recent weekend visitors of their parents, the Harold and James Trauger famlles. Mrs. Clara McClellan recently entertained some of her children for dinner. They were the Jack McClellans, Harold Meyers, and Leonard Wilsons. The dinner honored the birthdays of Mrs. Jack McClellan, Mrs. Wilson, daughter Jan. and Mrs. Meyen and daughter Kris. Mrs. Donald Clowes and her mother, Mrs. W. S. Hunt, called in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wille. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hinz, WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiimiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii Don Rieley of Hardy Is now employed at the Hamilton Hatchery. He is a brother-in-law of Bill Drummer, who Is employed at the Farmers Coop elevator. Rieley stays with the Drummers. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hamilton accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. James Harris of Algona, left Friday for several days outing and business trip to Arkansas and other places. Earl Robinson began work March 21 at Weidenhoff s In Algona. He suffered the loss of the end of his ring finger of the right hand while operating a machine. Robinson had been employed as milk hauler at the Farmer's Coop Creamery the past 12 years. Edgar Meyer has been hired as milk hauler. Mr. and Mrs. Clalr Robinson of Des Moines, formerly of Wesley, spent the March 27 weekend visiting their sons Earl of Wesley and Darrell of Algona and their families. On Monday they attended the funeral of her aunt, Lillian Dlxon at Bancroft. Mrs. Ruth Ricke, Henry and Rosie spent the March 27 weekend visiting the Merle Jones family at Davenport and Joan Rlcke and Marilyn Reiling, who are working as nurses aides in the University hospital, Mrs. R. C. Bauer entertained her auction bridge club Thursday afternoon, March 21, in Al's Lounge. Nell Frimml will entertain the "girls" at her rural home Thursday evening, April 14. The Wesley Wizards 4-H Club met March 5 at the home of Cheryl and Rachelle Cunningham. Kathy Skow gave an illustrated talk on "The Importance of Correct Food and Exercise for Health." Slgrld Johnson gave a talk on "A Better-Groomed Girl." Mrs. Arvin Larson gave a leaders presentation on "Stay Stitching." Helen and Kathy Skow talked about the winter camp. A delicious lunch was served by the Cunningham girls. Mrs. Frank Bleich entertained her contract bridge club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Franklin Bode was a guest. Mrs. Elmer Doughan will entertain the club women Wednesday evening, April 13. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening, April 13. Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinek were taken by ambulance to the Britt hospital where he has been a patient for some time, but had spent several days at home. Mrs. Martinek was suffering from a lung congestion. Martin Hamlltons are planning an April 9 opening of the Youth Center in their building on the north side of Main street. They are urging Wesleyans to submit suitable names for the center, and are giving a cash prize to the one submitting a name they will choose to use. DeEtta Hall returned Wednesday from a 5-weeks visit with her brother, George Hall and his wife at Chenoa, ni. Mr. Hall had been hospitalized at Fairbury, HI. several weeks before Christmas. Miss Hall spent several weeks there at that time. Mrs. N. F. Weber entertained her contract bridge club Tuesday afternoon, March 29. Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer will entertain the gals at the next meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Erdman and two sons of Omaha, Nebr., spent several days over the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Olive Erdman, and with his sister, Mrs. Charles Vestrum and family. Bernard Erdman of Cedar Rapids visited his mother and sister several days last week. Sunday services in the Methodist church are now at 9 a. m. instead of 9:30 as it was during the winter months. Sunday school is at 10 o'clock. Sunrise services will be held on Easter Sunday morning. W. S. C. S. will meet at the church Thursday, April 7. Honor Roll At Twin Rivers Is Lengthy The following members of the Twin Rivers Community high school student body achieved the academic honor roll for the third quarter of the 1965-66 school year. 4.00 would be a straight A average. In order to make the honor roll a student must have a 3.00 average or above. Freshmen are: Chris Hoyt, 4.00; Elaine Sorlien, 3.60; Becky Aure, 3.40; Alice Eastman, 3.40; Marlys Kemna, 3.25; Lorrie Wendt, 3.20; Marsha Hacker, 3.00; Valerie Monson, 3.00; Roger Oppedahl, 3.00; Allen Pflibsen, 3.00; Russel Thompson, 3.00; Julie Ver Steeg, 3.00; and Wary Wilson, 3.00. Sophomores are: Doug Logue; 3.80; Kathy Jacobson, 3.60, Linda Vosberg, 3.60; Jan BJor- dal, 3.50; Steve Bergum, 3.20; Nancy Elsenbarth, 3.20, Marge Thompson, 3.20; and Jeanette Evenson, 3.00. Juniors are: David Hoyt, 3.80; Richard Zeimet, 3.80; GeriVed- vlk, 3.60; Carlene Hanson, 3.40; Celeste Ehrhardt, 3.25; Carol Fiderlick, 3.25; Roberta Holland, 3.20; Ruth Bakken, 3.00; Jim Collins, 3.00 and Trudy Rossing, 3.00. Seniors are: Bob Roethler, 4.00; VlrglnaKemna, 3.75; Joyce Morey, 3.50; Ed Miller, 3.40; Liz Wickre, 3.40; Bob Cooper, 3.25; Cheryle Heggen, 3.25; Meg Holmes, 3.25; Jerry Johnson, 3.25; Peggy Olson, 3.25; Leverna Klein, 3.00; Joan Madsen, 3.00; Terry Nelson, 3.00; and Nerland Jacobson, 3.25. Stop Itinerant Service Visits The Iowa Employment Security Commission has discontinued its Itinerant Service to Algona until December of 1966. The service will again be available at the Algona Court House on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month from December 1966 wishing assistance in locating employment or who would like to file a claim for unemployment compensation may do so at our office at 126 No. 10th St., Ft. Dodge. Council Minutes The City Council met March 30, 1966 with Mayor Finn and the following council members present: Muckey,Andreasen,Elbert, Miller and Peirce. Absent: Cook. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Security State Bank request to hood two parking meters during the banking hours in front of the bank on State street, was granted. Marilyn Kuester came before the council to discuss storm and sanitary sewer by her property in the southwest and northeast part of the city. The council asked for a detailed drawing of this area showing the number of lots that would be available. Authorized the purchase for the street department of a hoist • from Sieg Co. for $1,136.02 and an air compressor from Green- bergs for $585.00. Application for approval of underground construction on State highway right-of-way by the Kossuth County Car Wash, Inc. on So. Phillips was granted. Class B beer permits were granted to the Moose Lodge, Attention Corn Growers! ORTHO Aid rex INSECTICIDE CONTROLS MAJOR SOIL INSECTS ATTACKING CORN Aldrex Insecticide ON All OHIMIBAlf. «|AO PIIIICTION* ANO CAUTIONI UrORf uii r u.i our MO. HILriNU TMC wo«to onow MTTIR CHIVKQN Is your corn protected by a soil insecticide that controls only resistant root worms? Then switch to Aldrex. Contains 10% Aldrin plus 10% Parathion, A single application can control the soil-insect complex, Helps you avoid costly replanting. You gain top-rated control from Parathion against resistant rootworms, plus the proved effectiveness of Aldrin against cutworms, wireworms, seed corn maggots and 15 other insects that cut corn yields. Follow label directions and observe all cautions. Aldrex-Helping the World Grow Better. ORTHO CHEVRON CHEMICAL COMPANY Ortho Division. San I'randsco, Calif. Part of the great group of Chevron companies V. F. W. and tall Paul's. Tabled proposed Ord. #449. Moved and seconded the meet- Ing adjourn. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION #1146 ^ Finn, Salary. . . . . T. . . . 135.00 Smith, Salary ......... 237.43 Sands, Salary ......... 120.29 Iowa State Bank, Withholding .......... 61.40 Iowa State Tax, Withholding .......... 6.61 Advance Pub. Co., Publishing ......... . . 3.00 W. Finn, Expenses ............ 18.40 Hutzell's, Tape ............... 1.49 Iowa Atty. Assn., Dues ............... 10.00 s lowa Fin. Off. Assn., Dues ............... 10.00 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., Telephone. .......... 25.25 Utt Electric, Repairs. ........... 8.50 STREET Burris, Salary. ...... Burtis, Salary ....... Frambach, Salary. . . . Helmers, Salary. .... Lashbrook, Salary. . . Pergande, Salary ..... Wibben, Salary ...... Kraft, Labor Nauholz, Labor Skilling, Labor Iowa State Bank, Withholding Iowa State Tax, Withholding Ricklefs Ins., Insurance Algona Tree Service, Labor ............. Cowan Corp., Cement M. Mueller, Hauling ............ N. Central Pub. Ser., Gas .............. N. W. Bell Tel. Co., Telephone United Builders, Supplies. 171.89 151.50 145.70 141.64 47.89 189.66 137.23 12.74 12.74 34.90 93.65 10.30 7.06 895.00 3.00 190.00 158.90 11.25 7.01 ROAD USE TAX Blue Gun Shop, Rebuild Jacks 31.68 H. M. Brown, Repairs 129.97 L. Laing, Repairs. 46.30 Mainline Equipment, Repairs 2,81 M. Todd, Broom Refill 227.85 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 225.97 Bulten, Salary 173.79 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 Iowa State Tax, Withholding 16.24 Trust & Agency, Pension 14.49 Ricklefs Ins., Insurance. . . 14,12 A. Boekelman, Expenses. . 62,42 Law Enf. Equip., Siren. . 54.05 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., Telephone 23.08 Algona Insurance, Premium 264.00 Electronic Specialties, Service 68.45 Laing's, Supplies. .......... 6.50 Fire Department, Services 291.00 Hooker Supply, Supplies 20.41 SANITATION Gade, Salary. 87.55 Courtney, Salary 102.98 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 7.00 Gambles, Bulbs 4.26 No. Cent. Pub. Serv., Gas 22.05 Spencer, Supplies 40.00 Algona Tree Service, Contract 1,000.00 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary. . . . 150.04 Lemkee, Salary 202.63 Valley Bank & Trust, Interest 123.75 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 22.00 Iowa State Tax, Withholding 3.76 K. Batt, Refund 13.11 Dr. Kenefick, Shots 6.00 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., Telephone 14.55 Zenders, Gloves 2.34 Tri-State Equip., Repairs 201.13 RECREATION Boldridge, Salary 101.14 Iowa State Bank, Withholding:. Carson's, Supplies 65t05 PARKING METER Groen, Salary. 197.03 Nauholz, Salary 76.37 Iowa State Bank, Withholding;. 35.10 Iowa State tax, Withholding;. ......... 4.04 Trust & Agency, Pension 2.34 Del Chemical, Graphite. 15.74 3 M Company, Signs 266.00 Ribbon & Carbon, Supplies 27.98 Rockwell Mfg., Repairs. ........... 13,81 by your INCOME TAX You havtn'l a ghoit of a chant* of running away from II, to why worry? Btil way U to bring It to BIOCKI Tho/ll glv* you fait, accurate Mrvlco at lowtit coit. Thli yoar, bo imartl Flguro your tan tho quick, turo oaty way . . . th* BLOCK way. : GUARANT!!: Wo guaronltt accurot* preparation of tvtry lax return. If wo mako any orrort that coil you any ptnalty or Inloioit, wo will pey Ih* penally or Inlirtil. BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LIFE I MLL I America'. 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