The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1966
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cigarette, three beer liquor permits were Council Minute* The City Council met June 29, 1966 with Mayor Finn and the following council members present: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbe rt, Cook & Peirce. Absent: Miller. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Mr. Schoby came before the council to visit with the council to see If there would be enough Interest In the community to construct some type of a museum. No action taken. Reappolntment of Russell Buchanan to the Library was approved. Several and five approved. Offer of Vic Samson to purchase city property on North Phillips was tabled. Ord. to vacate West street from Call street north to city limits was adopted. Authorized City Clerk to advertise same for sale and that the council will take action on the sale of this property at the July 27, 1966 meeting. Resol. approving Edna Smith 1st Addition to the City of Algona was adopted. Authorized the City Clerk to enroll in a correspondence course on "Municipal Public Works Administration" offered by the University of Iowa. Moved and seconded the meet- Ing adjourn. DAVE SMITH CITY CLERK Withholding 104.00 State Comm., Wholdlng. .. 11.86 Chemco Co., Supplies. . .. 16.30 Holcomb Mfg., Supplies. . 18.15 NW Bell, Telephone 10.50 APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION #1152 June 29, 1966 GENERAL Finn, Salary 135.00 Smith, Salary 238.13 Sands, Salary 120.39 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 60.60 State Comm., Wholding. . 6.61 K. Harris, Census Fee. . 32.29 M. Straub, Census Fee. . 33.70 V. Bierstedt, Census Fee,. 44.90 M. Berlnger, Census Fee . 81.90 J. Peter, Census Fee. . . 61.39 D. Zeigler, Census Fee. . 48.54 M. Long, Census Fee. . , 36.71 L. Menneke, Census Fee.. 53.83 D. Smith, Census Fee. ... 34.96 T. Bartholomew, Census Fee 47.56 M. Dahl, Census Fee. . . . 8.75 Algona C. of C., Expenses 49.00 City Clerk, Adv. Cash. . .. 16.49 Ft. Dodge Equip., Service 32.25 '.Kossuth Mutual, Rent. , , 10.00 NW Bell, Telephone 47.78 Ribbon & Carbon, Supplies 5.90 David Smith, Mileage. . . 50.00 STREET Burris, Salary 174.29 Burtis, Salary 151,70 Frambach, Salary 154.06 Helmers, Salary 142.54 Lashbrook, Salary 47.89 Pergande, Salary 192.06 Wlbben, Salary. 137.63 Sifert, Salary 147.91 Boldridge, Labor 75.83 Nltchals, Labor 98.07 Smith, Labor 73.47 la. state Bank, ROAD USE TAX Bowman Bldrs., Labor & Material. . . . H. M. Brown Co., Repairs 13.25 R. Deal, Gravel 286.56 Kossuth Motor, Repairs... 17.12 Lalng's, Pipei Fitting. .. 45.44 UBC, Inc., Lumber. ..... 27.00 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 227.47 Bulten, Salary 175.49 Hutchison, Salary 173.77 Jorgenson, Salary 187.30 Rasmussen, Salary. .... 165.96 Elbert, Salary 47.90 Voigt, Salary 163.02 Willey, Salary 15.00 la. State Bank, Withholding 84.70 State Comm., Wholdlng. .. 13.91 Trust & Agency, Pension 12.58 A. Boekelman, Expenses... 9.33 City Clerk, Adv. Cash. . . 5.26 Gopher Shooters, Supplies 146.02 NW Bell, Telephone 22.50 Kossuth Motor, Service. . 23.97 Fire Dept., Services. . . . 723.00 Cook's Welders, Supplies... 2.50 R. Elbert, Expenses 55.70 Hotel Sheldon-Munn, Expenses 40.80 UBC, Inc., Material. . . . 105.83 SANITATION Gade, Salary 93.15 Courtney, Salary 103.38 la. State Bank, Withholding 1.00 Bowman Bldrs., Labor & Material 140.00 D. Merryman, Refund. . . 100.00 Humboldt Cone. Prod., Supplies 115.00 City Clerk, Adv. Cash. . . 1.25 Lalng's, Service 5.01 Dynamic Corp., Repairs. . 46.50 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary 150.84 Lemkee, Salary 205.13 Drovers Natl., Interest. .. 67.50 la. State Bank, Withholding 18.70 State Comm., Wholdlng. . 3.76 NW Bell, Telephone. . . . 11.85 MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISES Cemetery Assoc., Taxes 1,136.00 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 197.73 Nauholz, Salary. ...... 53.47 L. Sands, Labor 43.53 la. State Bank, Withholding 30.20 State Comm., Wholdlng. . . 3.65 Trust & Agency, Pension 2.34 R. Groen, Painting 125.00 RECREATION Cooper, Salary 138.45 Barr, Salary 85.59 Bartlett, Salary 93.28 Erpelding, Salary 70.11 Johnson, Salary 85.59 Henderson, Salary 70.11 Schutter, Salary 93.28 Br;:ch, Salary 70.11 Parrott, Salary 62.26 Olson, Salary. ........ 184.50 Sigsbee, Salary 45.39 Boldridge, Salary. ..... 139.50 la. State Bank, Burt-Lone Rock MONITOR 1,402.45 S-Algona (la.) Uppftr DM Mointi Thunday, July 14, 1966 CORN STORAGE AND DRYING CLINIC TUESDAY, JULY 19-8 P.M. AT K. C. HALL EAST OF ALOONA ON HWY. It Representatives of the company will attend and answer your questions. FREE COFFEE - DOUGHNUTS - DOOR PRIZE "NO HARVEST SLOWDOWN WITH DRY-O-MATION" Even the fastest picker-sheller or combine can't match the appetite of a STORMOR Dry-0-Mation Bin! When used as a batch Dryer a single 36-foot STORMOR Dry-0-Mation Bin can handle up to 5,000 bushels per day. Dry-0-Mation combines highest quality steel bins with perforated steel drying floors, powerful fans and automatically controlled heat units. Don't put up with harvest slowdowns. Today, let us show you how easy it is to upgrade your grain drying, storage and handling operation with efficient STQRMOK equipment. KYLE KEITH - Algona Representing STOCKDALE'S of Iowa Fall* ' Dry-0-Mation • Batch Dryers ' New Speed Tanks • Cribs ' Oxygen-Free Storage > Bulk Feed Bins Rev. Merlin Davies left Sunday for Methodist camp at Okoboji, where he is director of the Freshman Campthisweek. He is in charge of a staff of 30 members who will be working with 200 Freshmen on the theme, "Becoming a Christian Person." Miss Pat Schwietert, a student nurse interning at the Mental hospital at Independence, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cage, Oakford, Indiana, spent from Tuesday to Friday at the George Becker home. On Thursday, the Beckers and their guests visited the Grotto of Redemption at West Bend. Mr. Cage and Becker were Army buddies. Saturday supper and evening guests at the Robert Richter home were Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Abernathy, Jeffrey and Jennifer and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Riddle, all of Claremont, Calif. George Patterson and a friend, Ivor Mlgdoll, Nairobi, Kenya, Africa, returned to their studies at the American Flyer school Ardmore, Oklahoma, on Wednesday after visiting at the home of George's parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Don Patterson and John. The entire group spent several days at Templars Park, Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. David Bunkofske became the proud parents of their first child. A daughter, Laura Lee, made her debut at St. Anns hospital on Independence Day, weighing in at 7 Ibs. 81/2 oz. She has her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Muriel Ackerman and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bunkofske, Burt. Maternal great grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Krueger, Lone Rock, and paternal great grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Iva Bonnette, Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bunkofske, Carydon. Joyce Angus, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with her parents, the Delmar Angus'. Mrs. Betty Miller, Donna, Darlene and Dennis spent Tuesday with Diane at the Richard Johnsons, Fontanelle. Mr. and Mrs. Perry St. John and family, Minneapolis, spent the past week at the home of his parents in Algona and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black. Mrs. LeRoy Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis attended graduation exercises at Camp Dodge Des Moines, la. LeRoy Davis was one of a group graduating as Non-Commlssioned officers. LeRoy is a member of the Algona National Guard unit. Mrs. Loretta Waltman Is spending this week at the home of her sister and family, the Glee Bullocks at Milton, Iowa. Kenneth and Dennis Richter were among a group of 9 youths of the Algona Presbyterian church who spent from Tuesday through Friday at the Bethel Soecity Mission at Duluth, Minn. They also visited the iron mines in the area. Eastern Star members and families enjoying a picnic at Crystal Lake on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin BJustrom, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dremmel, Mr. and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathon, Mrs. Betty Miller, Donna, Darlene and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan, Nancy Ann and Wayne Jr., Carol Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Mennet Trunk- hill, Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Mc- Kenzle and daughter Mary, York Mills, Ontario, Canada, spent the past weeh calling on Burt friends. The McKenzies were former residents and Rev. McKenzie served as pastor of the Presbyterian church 12 years ago. This was Mrs. McKenzie's' and Mary's first visit back in, Burt since leaving. Members of the Jr. Girl Scouts, under the direction of Ruth 0. Patterson, Dorothy Becker, and Margaret Batt, participated; in the nation-wide bell-ringing-on July 4 by ringing bells in Lutheran, Presbyterian and Methodist churches. . Duane Hinckley attended a District Convention of the Combined Insurance Co., held in Omaha on Friday and Saturday. He was an overnight guest on Thursday at the Larry Hinckleys Atlantic. Walter Steward underwent major surgery at, Mason City, on Monday morning. His wife, daughters Karen and Mrs. Ray Miller and son Eugene and wife were with him following surgery. Mr. Steward,/who has been hospitalized for the past 10 days, has received 10 pints of blood by transfusion. • : The Walter Cruse . family, Hamburg, N.Y. moved into the former Hugh Marlow home at the west edge of Burt.the past week. Mr. Cruse, a native of Boyden, Iowa, has been hired as assistant coach and junior high instructor. He and his wife are the parents of seven children. Withholding State Comm., Wholding. Municipal Band, Taxes , Cowan's, Supplies. . . . McKesson & Robbins, Supplies NW Bell, Telephone. . , City Clerk, Adv. Cash. , UBC Inc., Fence & Supplies Lalng's, Fountains & Labor. . . , Miracle Equip., Slide 85.20 4.50 409.30 42.58 25.60 18.27 . 4.34 795.58 190.57 274.56 '•Portland! Tom Roddy of Lakewood, Ohio, is visiting at the Vincent and Lawrence Govern home. Vincent Govern, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Govern and Tom Roddy attended th Govern Family reunion held at the Theresa Govern home in Fiarmont, Sunday. Mrs. Forbus Stiltz and Mrs. Robert Skilling were Friday visitors in the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf attended the wedding of Nancy Ringsdorf and Larry Youngworth, Saturday morning at the St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and John of Minneapolis came down a week ago Saturday, to spend weeks vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson. The Larsons and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and son left Wednesday for Winner So. Dakota where they visited the Chris Brickners and the Fred Schrams and also the August Brickners at Colome. They returned home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark visited in the Ray Fitch home, Thursday evening, of last week. Gary Ringsdorf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ringsdorf, is spending a few days with his grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf. Mrs. P. W. MarloW and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus spent Sunday in Fort Dodge with their mother Mrs. William Gilford. Mrs. Gifford entered the hospital Friday, had surgery Saturday talked with her family and took a turn ' for the worse Saturday night, ending up with a stroke. She has been in a coma since then. Vincent Govern, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Govern and Tom Roddy were Saturday dinner .guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Govern and family of Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Moore are the parents of a baby girl born Tuesday, July 15th, in the Britt hospital, weighing 7 pounds and 12 ounces. She has been named Barbara Jean. "Remember you are never fully dressed, unless you wear a smile". Irvington G.I. Home After A Year In Korea IRVINGTON - Dennis Davis is home on 30 days leave, he has been in Korea over the past year, his next assignment will be in the U.S.A. -. o Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf of Laton, Calif., visited Wed. and Thurs., at the home of the tatter's sister, Mrs. Marie Frank! and Mrs. Marguerite Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elwood of Estherville, la., called on friends in the neighborhood on Thursday p.m. The Elwoods farmed near here for years on the Dr. Benjamen farm, now tenanted by Clarance Canaday. Julie Hobbs, of Red Oak la., is vacationing at the home of her grandparents the L. W. Johnsons. The newspaper is convenient; it may be consulted at a time most convenient to every member of the family. THURSDAY, JULY 14 PONY STAGECOACH RIDES TONIGHT! 7:30 - 9:30 P.M. EVERYONE WELCOME Organ music provided by Al Godfredson WILSON'S ALL MEAT TENDER STEAK WILSON'S WIENERS j HAMBURGER j CJfJjP mil. 89<i 3 us 89'j 3 pkgs. HEINZ 14 oz. bottles KETCHUP WIENER or HAMBURGER - 2 pkg. BUNS 49^ MR. G. VAN CAMP FRENCH i Pork & Beans FRIES ! pkj. I I I I I I MONARCH - HALVES PEARS No. 2'/j tin -PIILSBURY ... _. ' Buttermilk Biscuits «•** 59* FIRST LADY Ice Cream MONARCH FROZEN LEMONADE can WAGNER'S o RANGE JUICE ean 23 HILANDSTWIN-PAC Potato Chips 39? MONARCH SALTINES full Ib. SWANSDOWN I PARTY AND SNACK CRACKERS Cake Mixes I Whistles & Bugles ^ i M your choice 4 boxes Des Moines BLEACH ^^^^•^^ ^^H|^E^^ •^^^•^^i^HP NMRRMMRV ^^BHP'^^ Cardinal Store BURT, IOWA

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