The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1966
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A-Atfena (la.) Uep«r DM Mointt Thursday, August 4, 1966 Burt-Lone Rock MONITOR §y Th« Upp*r D«t Mointt Publishing Co. Joyce Angus Is Recent Beauty School Grad Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith of Wesley Sunday evening. The Smiths are spending the summer here and will return to Florida this fall. They arrived here the latter part of June. "No matter how long you nurse a grudge, it will never get better." 1 Lone Rockl By Mrs. Jesse Blanchard I mill JOYCE ANGUS HURT - Joyce Angus was graduated from the Bernel Hair Styling School, Ft. Dodge, July 27. Joyce is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus and is a graduate of Burt high school She will begin work at the Boston Store beauty salon in Ft. Dodge August 8 after a week's vacation with her parents. IPORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Fitch niunnniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter left Thursday for the International Flying Farmer's meet- Ing at Louisville, Ky. They plan to be gone a week. Mrs. Frank Becker returned home by bus last week after spending a week with her sister and family, the Robert Colletts of Engelwood, Colo. Mrs. Collett broke a finger and has her hand in a cast. Mrs. Becker assisted with the household duties and preparation for a Japanese exchange student, Saikalmai. She Is I foreigner language student and speaks English well. She will be with them for one month and is sponsored by the Denver Lions Club. While there, Mrs. Becker and Mrs. Collett visited Mrs. Walter Light, Jr., the former Nedra Wolf, former Portland residents. A graduate nurse, she and her husband and five children live in Denver. Mr. Light plays with the Denver Symphony orchestra. Mrs. Becker, Mrs. Collett and Mrs. Light attended a stage play, "Charley's Aunt," and visited Mrs. Albert Goodwin, the former Jane McWhorter, daughter of the Louis McWhorters, also living in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Rasmussen, David Rasmussen and Mary Ann Slgsbee, Algona, were Tuesday evening dinner guests in the Howard Sparks home. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dimond of Britt were Sunday visitors. Other recent visitors were Mrs. Larry Grandgenett and family, Mrs. Ruth Sparks and Dean, and Daryl Sparks of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hanson, Brenda, Mike and Daryl of Goldfield and David Stiltz, Livermore, were Sunday visitors in the Ray Fitch home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Randy Lee Grosser called at the Lawrence and Vincent Govern home Saturday evening. Daryl Sparks and a teacher friend, Jim Pals, left Saturday for Seattle, Wash., and other points in the west. They expect to be gone about three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosser and Randy, Ben Leeck, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruse, Leroy and Steven, were Sunday evening visitors in the Dwight Ruse home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oesterr- eicher-ef Titonka were Friday evening visitors of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, Paul Tieman, Mrs. Minnie Samuelson and Sharon went to Ft. Dodge Saturday where Mrs. Samuelson and Sharon took a bus for their home in Denver, Colo., after visiting several weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Nelson and Tom and granddaughter, Jill Peterson, Portland, Ore., were recent visitors of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and brother, Paul. While here they ail visited Bud Tiemans at Gtrner. Mrs. Maude Blanchard celebrated her birthday Sunday afternoon with some of her children. Those present were the John Sones from Laurens, Mrs. Chester Alme of Ottosen, Mrs. Alfred Schultz and children of Whittemore, Don Blanchard and Susan, Jess Blanchard and Cynthia. Cynthia Blanchard returned home Sunday after visiting with the Alfred Schultz family in Whittemore for a week. Mrs. Eugene Thompson began work August 1 at Sentral school. She will be the secretary at the high school building. Mrs. Thompson has been employed for the past few years at the Iowa State Bank in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Kissner visited their daughter, Mrs.Dar- rell Long and family in Bettendorf recently. Mrs. Hugh Marlow celebrated her 78th birthday July 30. Friends and relatives surprised Mrs. Marlow with a party. There were over 40 well wishers. Mrs. Marlow has recently moved to Lone Rock from Burt. Private Richard Pettit arrived home for a 20-day leave from Camp Pendelton, Calif. After the leave he will report to Camp LeJeune, North Carolina, for an eight week school. Jake, Argile and Butch Pettit were home for the weekend to visit their brother. They are employed at Dysart Iowa. Lone Rock Presybterian church will have no Sunday services August 7 and August 14, while the minister, Rev. Albert Bullock, is on vacation. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Mrs. Frederick Schultz went to Minneapolis July 30 to visit Dawn Schultz, who is employed at Fairview hospital. They also visited Kermit Krueger, who took them on a tour of the Billy Graham headquarters. Mr. and Mrs. James J. Jensen and Brenda of Albert Lea, Minn., were In Lone Rock for the past weekend with relatives. Linda and Sally Hanna, sisters of Mrs. Jensen, went to Albert Lea for a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Earing of Santa Maria, Calif., visited here with aunts, Mrs. Evelyn Earing, and Mrs. Agnes Dudding of Bancroft. The Barings are on their way home from a trip to Illinois. Alton Pettit celebrated his birthday July 29, with several friends and relatives. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna, Gene, Sally and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Wood row Pettit and Richard who is home on leave, Mr, and Mrs. John Person and sons Allen and Mike, Mrs. Bernard Pettit, Robert and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. M. Marlow and Mrs. Evelyn Earing. Legal Notices NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION Notice is hereby given that a special election will be held in the Town of Lone Rock, Iowa on the 23rd day of August, 1966, for the purpose of submitting to the legal and qualified electors of said town, to be voted upon by them, the question of whether the following public measure shall be adopted; "Shall the following nonexclusive franchise Ordinance No. 232, passed by the Town Council of Lone Rock, Iowa on the llth day of July, 1966 be adopted?" ORDINANCE NO. 232 FRANCHISE FOR GAS DISTRIBUTION AN ORDINANCE GRANTING UNTO NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO., AN IOWA CORPORATION, WITH ITS PRINCIPAL PLACE OF BUSINESS AT PERRY, IOWA, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, THE FRANCHISE AND RIGHT FOR A PERIOD OF TWENTY- FIVE (25) YEARS TO ERECT, CONSTRUCT, RECONSTRUCT, MAINTAIN AND OPERATE A NATURAL AND/OR ARTIFICIAL GAS DISTRIBUTING SYSTEM FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF NATURAL AND/OR ARTIFICIAL GAS IN THE TOWN OF LONE ROCK, IOWA, CONSISTING OF ALL SUCH EQUIPMENT, MACHINERY, PIPES, FIXTURES, TANKS AND CTHER APPURTENANCES AS MAY BE NECESSARY OR USEFUL FOR SUCH DISTRIBUTING SYSTEM, AND TO USE AND OCCUPY THE STREETS, AVENUES, ALLEYS, BRIDGES AND OTHER PUBLIC PLACES WITH GAS MAINS, PIPES, PIPELINE CONDUITS AND OTHER NECESSARY OR USEFUL APPLIANCES OR EQUIPMENT FOR THE SALE AND/OR DISTRIBUTION OF SUCH GAS IN AND TO SAID TOWN AND THE INHABITANTS THEREOF, AND OTHERS, AND TO SELL, TRANSMIT AND DISTRIBUTE SUCH GAS TO THE TOWN AND ITS INHABITANTS, OR OTHERS, WITHIN OR WITHOUT THE CORPORATE LIMITS OF THE TOWN FOR LIGHT, HEAT, POWER, FUEL, COOKING AND FOR ALL OTHER PURPOSES, AND PRESCRIBING THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE GRANT AND THE PENALTY FOR THE VIOLATION OF SAME, AND REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT THEREWITH. WHEREAS, North Central Public Service Co. has requested a franchise to arrange for the distribution of natural and/or artificial gas in the Town of Lone Rock, Iowa, and said corporation Is desirous of arranging for such distribution of gas ; and, WHEREAS, It is deemed to be to the best interest of the town that arrangements be made for such distribution of gas and that North Central Public Service Co. be*.granted a franchise therefor. NOW, THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED by the Town Council: Section I. That the Town of Lone Rock, Iowa hereby grants unto North Central Public Service Co., its successors and assigns, a nonexclusive right and franchise for a period of twenty-five(25) years from and after the date of passage, approval and publication of this ordinance, to erect, construct, reconstruct, maintain and operate within said town a natural and/or artificial gas distributing system, together with all appurtenances, pipes, machinery, tanks and appliances necessary or useful thereto, for the distribution of'hatural and/or artificial gas for the purpose of selling, distributing and supplying such gas to the town and the inhabitants thereof, and others, together with the right and franchise to use and occupy the streets, avenues, alleys, bridges and other public places of said town, as now laid out or hereafter extended, with its gas mains, pipes, pipe lines, distributing lines, conduits and other appliances and appurtenances necessary or useful for the purpose of maintaining and operating such gas distributing system within the town, and the right and franchise of selling, distributing and supplying said town and inhabitants thereof, and others, within and without corporate limits of said town, with such gas for light, heat, fuel, power, cooking and other purposes, subject to the terms and conditions of this ordinance as herein set forth, and repealing all ordinances in conflict therewith. Section II. Grantee shall construct, maintain and operate, or otherwise provide a modern and adequate natural and/or artificial gas distributing system for the furnishing, sale and/or distribution of such gas in the town as soon as a supply of gas is available, and said system shall have adequate capacity to furnish the reasonable requirements of said town ami its inhabitants with gas as may be required to furnish adequate service within the said town. The grantee shall not be required to extend the distribution system for customers until the grantee is able to obtain sufficient gas for such extension and until the grantee has been assurred that it will have such additional customers under contract to use its product as will assure the grantee a reasonable return on its cost for any such extension of the distribution system. Section III. In order to effect the rights granted hereunder the grantee is authorized to make all necessary excavations in the streets, avenues, alleys and other lanes and public places of said town, but the Same shall be done with the least possible interference with or inconveneince to the public individuals, or public property; and the grantee shall, in all cases, restore all streets, alleys, and public places, and all pavements and excavations, to their original condition; and in laying mains and pipes, the grantee shall conform to all reasonable regulations prescribed by the town to prevent Injury to the pavement, streets, avenues, alleys and public places, and grantee shall not unnecessarily Interfere with, injure or change any pavement, water pipes, drains or sewers of said town, either public or private; and the grantor agrees that after the grantee's distribution system has been constructed, the grantor will not interfere with the location of said distribution system without reimbursing the grantee for cost of such interference or relocation. Section IV. The grants herein contained are upon condition that the grantee shall be liable for all damages caused by the negligence or mismanagement of grantee, Its agents or employees, in the construction and maintenance of said distribution system, and it shall protect said town from any and all liability therefrom. Section V. That the grantee, in addition to saving the town harmless from any and all claims which may be made against the town by reason or or on account of the construction, maintenance or operation of the plant, distributing system, and other construction erected and maintained under or by virtue of this franchise, shall defend any suit brought against the town on account thereof at Its sole cost and expense, and should any Judgment be rendered against the town as a result of said suit or suits, the grantee hereby agrees to pay said Judgment, and the record of the judgment against said town in such suit shall be conclusive evidence to entitle said town to recover the amount thereof from said grantee. Section VI. That if the grantee fails to perform any of the conditions, requirements, duties or obligations herein provided to be performed by said grantee, the town may cause to be served upon the grantee a written notice in the manner provided for serving original notices in civil actions, which notice shall specify the particular conditions, duties, obligations, or requirements which it is claimed the grantee has failed to perform, and If the grantee shall not perform such conditions, requirements, duties or obligations specified In- said notice within thirty (30) days after the date of the service of said notice, upon a proper , showing made by the town before .' a court of competent jurisdiction,' ) the court, at its discretion, may order or refuse to order the performance of such requirements, or may grant a forfeiture of all the rights of the grantee. Section VII. That all the provisions of this ordinance shall apply to the successors and assigns of the grantee with the same force and effect as they do the grantee itself. Section Vin. That all ordinances, or parts of ordinances, insofar as they are in direct conflict herewith, are hereby repealed. Section IX. This ordinance shall take effect upon its acceptance in writing by the grantee, filed with the Town Clerk within thirty (30) days from its approval by a majority of the electors of the town voting thereon at a general or special election as provided by law. Section X. The grantee shall pay all expenses incurred in the preparation and publication of this ordinance and the grantee shall pay the costs incurred in holding the election to submit this ordinance to the legal electors for their approval as provided by law. Section XI. Whenever the term "grantee 1 is used herein it shall be taken to mean and include North Central Public Service Co., its successors and assigns. PASSED, ADOPTED AND APPROVED by the Town Council on the llth day of July, 1966. /s/ Erich Seegebarth Erich Seegebarth Mayor, Town of Lone Rock, Iowa ATTEST: /s/ J. M. Blanchard J. M. Blanchard Clerk, Town of Lone Rock, Io\va POLLING PLACE The polling place for said election shall be in the Lee Building in Lone Rock, Iowa, and the polls will be opened at 8:00 o'clock a. m. of the forenoon and will be closed at 8:00 o'clock p. m. of the evening of said day. /s/ Erich Seegebarth Erich Seegebarth Mayor of the Town of Lone Rock, Iowa ATTEST: /s/ J. M. Blanchard J. M. Blanchard, Town Clerk, Town of Lone Rock, Iowa. (July 21 -28, Aug. 4 -11) Baseball at it's best The high school beat Shorty Eraser's Old Timers 8-6 in a benefit game. Downtown they're saying the manager was out collecting when he should have been hitting ... r YOUR CHOICE i CHIPPED BEEF 1 SLICED TURKEY CORN BEEF 4OZ. PKGS. WILSON CRISPRITE BACON 69*» WILSON'S GRADE A BIG BOLOGNA Lb Orange N V v^r"" DAD'S OLD FASHIONED Root Beer Vi GAL. FROZEN LEMONADE 6 oz. tin 10 MR. G. FRENCH FRIES 9 oz. pkg. SHOESTRING POTATOES tin VAN CAMP Pork & Beans Van (amp 1 * BEAN* s No. 2 tins DOUMAK Marshmallows lib, pkg, MONARCH Great Northern Beans BUTTERTOP Sweet Rolls FRESH EVERY DAY ! 2 MANDALAY Crushed Pineapple 8 oz. tin HERSHEY'S Chocolate Syrup 16oz. tin TEDDY BEAR TOILET TISSUE 10 ROLL PKG, 89 Cardinal Store BURT. IOWA

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