The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1966 · Page 13
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Emmet County Conservation board purchases land for park on Tuttle lake The purchase of a 13-acre tract on Tuttle take to be used as a multiple use recreation area, was approved last week by the Iowa State Conservation commission. Purchasing the lakeside area is the Emmet County Conservation board, which will develop the area for camping, swimming, boating, (picnicking and other outdoor recreational uses for the public. In the first mador project by the County Conservation board since its approval by county voters in Nov. of 1964, the transaction involves a lease- purchase agreement from Virgil Moore, who has owned the property for some years. The ultimate purchase price will be $11,500. The purchase will be from tax funds wihich the County board can cause to be levied up to a full mill on property in the county. With the cost of the acquisition, spread over a two-year period, and development spread over a five- year period, the tax levy is not expected to exceed a half- mill, it was explained. The half-mile of lakeshore, which will be developed under the name of Tuttle Lake County Park or Recreational area, is an untouched beauty spot, with a lot of hardwood trees, and is all in grasslands at present. Tentative (plans by the Conservation board call for one, and maybe two, access roads and service roads within the area to picnic and camping areas. Plans also call for a, well, toilet facilities, a boat ramp, swimming area and tree plantings. All of the area will be immediately available for restricted use by the public and as it is developed the use will be expanded, it was said. Conservation Board members, appointed for five-year terms, are: Oscar Patterson, Ringsted, chairman; W. S. Clark, Estherville, vice chairman; W. W. Robinson, Dolliver, treasurer; Kenneth D. Miller, Armstrong, secretary; and Sylvester Berge, Wallingford. Real Estate Transfers Poppe, Raymond A. & Sharon M. To William N. Batt Jr. et ux 6-15-66 S 1/2 lot 8 blk 257 & all that pt. of S 1/2 Call's Add. lot 7 blk 257 lying E. of Hill crest Add., Algona. Bunkofske, Linda L. & David E. to Muriel Acker man 6-20-66 Buell's Sub-div. of Blks 1 & 2 of lots 1, 12, 13, & 14 blk 1 Buell's Add.- Burt & E 1/2 of Buell's Sub-div. of Blks 1 & 2 lots 2 & 3 blk 1 Buell's Add., Burt. Frankl, Marie, Sgl. to John W. & Patricia Berninghaus 616-66 Lot 14 blk 277 & N 1/2 Call's Add. lot 15 blk 277; Algona. Koss. Co., la to Lawrence A. & Irma Doege 6-16-66 A tract of land desc. as Comm. 1035.1' N & 142.2' W. of SE corner NE 1/4 SW 1/4 see rec.; 17-97-28. Hughes, Wilhelmina J. & John R. to John A. & Carol K. Youngwirth 6-17-66 W 23' 0. P. lot 7 blk 24; Wesley. LIGHTNING Lightning took a heavy toll in cattle the night of June 25 killing seven high-grade Holstein cows on the Bob Weltner farm near Sumner. The same storm killed thirteen cows at the Merle Meyer farm, also near Sumner. r illllllllllllllHlllHIMiyillMlllllllllllllUIIUHil LuVERNE Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly were breakfast guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Koester. Honored were Mrs. Koester's daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wilson and children of Kansas City, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Naffziger and David were in Zion, m., Monday, July 4, to attend a Naffziger family reunion. The Comrade Sunday School class of the Evangelical United Brethren church held their meeting early due to vacations. Mrs. Ralph Hindman led devotions and presented the lesson. Kenneth Marty, president, presided. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Fred Merkle. Hostess was Luella Blumer. Rev. and Mrs. Roy A. Biesemeyer were evening visitors in Renwick with the Rev. and Mrs. Wilbur Egeland. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lenz, Blue Earth, Minn., visited recently with relatives and friends in Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. David Trauger of Ames were recent visitors of their parents, the Harold Traugers and Carl Hanselmans. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Cord of the Village Pump tavern, Lu- Verne, were accompanied to their summer home on Lake Augusta, Annendale, Minn., by their children for the July 4th weekend. Mr, and Mrs. Frances Pitlik of Cedar Rapids were guests over the holiday with her mother, Mrs. Wilma Baskerville. Mrs. Faye Lichty was a holiday weekend guest in the home of her son, the DeRay Lichtys of Mason City. The Rev. and Mrs. Ralph A. Hindman were in Winterset Sunday, June 26, where they attended services in his home town church. They went to attend the reunion of his high school class of 1931. Mrs. Robert Mitchell and baby Julie Ann, Mason City, were recent guests of her parents, the Jack Heftys. Miss Sandra Stripling, Des Moines, visfted her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stripling, and Mike, over July 4. Mrs. Charles Hanselman was in the hospital at Rochester, Minn., recently for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loerwald, Kristine and Kathy of Marshalltown visited several days with his father, Henry Loerwald. Charles is a coach in school at LeGrand near Marshalltown. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph A. Hindman and Mrs. Harry Naffziger chaperoned a group of young people of the LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren church on a two-day outing at LakeQko- boji, June 29 and 30. They were David Naffziger, John Blumer, Jr., Norman Marty, Eugene Decker, Douglas and Dennis Marty, and Connie and Jane Schnetzer. STRAWBERRY Among the crop of strawberries grown by Edward Zupke, rural Waukon, one of his "Ozark Beauty" berry plants produced a heart-shaped fruit which measured three inches across and 2 1/2 inches deep. Algona, Wesley Summer Grads At Iowa State Joyce Sterling Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling of Algona, and Philip G. Seaberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Seaberg of Wesley, were among the 240 students graduating July 16 at the end of the first summer session at Iowa State Univeristy. Joyce received a degree in food and nutrition - dietltics. Philip received his degree in agricultural business. MinmiiHmniwiwiiiBWUfflni LEDYARD Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Chapman of Davenport were recent guests of her sister and husband, the Glen Burrows, Monday, M?. and Mrs. Ernest Burrow and Becky of St. Paul were also guests. Mrs. Ernest Burrow and Becky visited here until Thursday, when Ernest came to get them. Mrs, Alma Gelhaus had a "come as you are" breakfast, honored guests were Mrs. Ernest Burrow and Becky, others who were there were: Mrs. Alvin Busch, Mrs. Hazel Carpenter, Mrs. Zilphy Hardt and Mrs. Glen Burrow, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Liedstad and six children of Woodland Hills, California, were supper guests at the Burton Johnson home. They were enroute home from a trip to New York. Their Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, July 19, 1966 ten year old daughter Liz stayed here to visit for about six weeks when she will return to California with the Stelhornchildren. Mrs. Ida Darnell was also at the Johnsons that evening. Miss Melva Bakkie, Pittsburgh, Pa., Mrs. Dean Andrews, of Burt, Fern Young of Algona, and Mrs. A. L. Struthers of Oakdale , Iowa visited with Mrs. George Thompson. Miss Bakkie and her parents formerly lived in Ledyard, where Mrs. Thompson lives and while residents here, her mother was a seamstress. Mrs. George Thompson visited her sister, Mrs. J. A. Zweifel at Corwith.Mr. and Mrs. Zweifel recently returned from visiting family members in the East and since that time she hasn't been too well. Mrs. Anna Togersen and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzog were in Mason City to attend the wedding of Mrs. Togersen's grandson, Gary Togersen and Betty Phelps, at the First Christian church. Mr. Togersen has just returned from ten monfhs in the Phillipines for Collins Radio and following a wedding trip to Louisiana they will be at home in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah were guests of the Tom Whitcombs at Grand Rapids, Minnesota over the Fourth of July. Dan and Mary Beth Whitcomb returned to Ledyard with them. Miss Madonna Sullivan and William Sullivan of Minneapolis visited with Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah from Friday until Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Breiten- feld and Eric and Caleb Hartshorn left to return to Spencer, Massachusettes. They had visited with Mrs. Ray Estle and other relatives here for the past ten days. Mrs. Gertrude Anderson of Blue Earth was admitted to the Blue Earth hospital Friday evening. Mrs. Anderson is a former Ledyard area resident. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simon- smeier called on the Gus Simun- smeiers enroute to Mankato. Today! Be full.y informed by reading Pearson's far- famed column. OB The WASHINGTON Merry-Go-Round S D 6y w 1EARSON (Bapital Importer KING oo o oo ...electrically! You'll enjoy cool cooking—in July or January—with your modern electric range. Electric cooking uses the heat to cook the food, not the cook. Electric surface units on your range send heat directly to pots and pans . . . and your electric oven is well insulated everywhere to keep the heat where it belongs . . . inside the oven! Cook cool this summer—and all year 'round—with an efficient, clean, modern electric range— your summertime friend! ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES

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