The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 8, 1966
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Senecans At Family Reunion In Fairmont SENECA - The Johannesen family reunion was held at Fairmont, Sunday, with approximately 50 in attendance. Coming the greatest distance was Carol Johannesen, New York City. Others in attendance included Martin Wilberg, and the Bob and Jerry Wilbergs; the John Johannesens and their sons and families, Morris and Ronald Johannesens, and their daughter and sons, Mrs. Marlys Krueger, John and Tom of Fairmont, Mrs. Edna Johannesen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and their son and family, the David Loofts, and the Fred Johannesens and Mrs. Anna Presthus of Algona. - o Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs. August Nelson were hostesses to the Blakjer A.L.C.W. at the church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Melvin Bratrud had charge of devotions and Mrs. Elmer Krause presented the Bible study. Mrs. Curtis Olsen, Mrs. Amey Cherland and Mrs. Melvin Bratrud were named on the nominating committee to select a slate of officer candidates for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner accompanied by the latter's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Francis McGregor of Bancroft, and her sister, Mrs. Lucille DeVary of Dolliver, recently returned from a vacation and sightseeing trip to scenic Colorado. Hazel Gardner Neilsen of Chicago has spent the past two weeks visiting her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner. Mrs. Kenneth Andre, Barbara and Joy, attended a birthday party at Estherville Sunday, honoring the former's grandmother, Mrs. Garrie Anderson, who was observing, her 90th birthday anniversary. Mrs. Nina Kracht has been spending a great deal of time this past week with her mother, Mrs. Kathryn Doege of Algona, who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kjar of Humboldt recently visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis "Breese. They are Mrs. Breese's parents. Eugene Gardner, Mankato, Minn., son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner, has accepted a guidance and counseling position in' the Sentral Community school system. Eugene graduated from Mankato in 1964 and has spent the past two years as a guidance counselor at a rehabilitation center at Mankato. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner will make their home at the Dwane Johannesen farm home. Mrs. Gardner is presently employed as a nurse at Mankato. Gail Kauffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Kauffman, has accepted a position with the Deluxe Products Corp., Lake Mills, la. He is a programmer analyst in the data processing department. Dick England, son of the Lyle Englands, has been enjoying a furlough with home folks before reporting to duty having been assigned to the signal corps in Viet Nam. Wayne Elmers andLorenMenz arrived at their respective homes last Thursday having spent the summer at Armour Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md. Loren will go to Iowa State University at Ames where he will be a junior in engineering. Wayne will be a junior at LeMars. Dr. and Mrs. Carl Busch and three children of Alliance, Ohio, visited recently with the latter's sister and family, the Ted Jensens. The Buschs were on a vacation. Mrs. Jay Fulweiller (Marilyn Johannesen) and son, Steven, Milwaukee, also Carol Johannesen of New York City, spent the past week visiting with their parents and family, the Fred Johanne- sens. The Johannesens took them back to Milwaukee on Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Madsen, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Madsen and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jacobson of Ringsted were last Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Mad- sens, Albert Lea. Senecans attending funeral rites for George Charlston at Lake Mills last Monday included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomp- 'son, Joy Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg of Ringsted; also Wayne Klein, Charles Beaver, Bertha Olsen, Aaron Smith and Byron Hauge of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Dennis, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson of Fenton attended a Halverson reunion at Kennedy Park, Ft. Dodge, Thursday, S*pt«mb«r 8, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Moinei-5 last Sunday. There were approximately 60 in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gangsted and family of the Ringsted area moved last week to the farm vacated by the Lawrence Ullens- vangs. The Ullensvangs have moved to the Estherville area and are farming the place formerly- farmed by the Carl Hansens. The Hansens, also former Seneca residents, have retired from farming and have moved to Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family recently returned from a week's vacation trip to Colorado and other points of interest. Wesleyan To Wed Nebraska Girl In Nov. WESLEY - A November 26th wedding is being planned by Bob Richtsmeier, son of the A. N. Richtsmeiers of Wesley, and Donna Lavicky, daughter of the Frank Lavickys of Seward, Nebr. She is a graduate from St. Elizabeth School of Nursing in Lincoln, Nebr. Her fiancee is a student the University of Nebraska. - o Gordon Giddings entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Aug. 24 for medical care. Mrs. Marie Starquist entered Park hospital, Aug. 30 for medical treatment. Mrs. Frank Richter has been a patient in Mercy hospital, Mason City, for five weeks. Friday dinner guests in the Jack Vitzthum home were her sister, Mrs. Ken Wilcox, Washington, D. C., and their brother, Vic Welp of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vitzthum were Thursday evening dinner guests in the Dick Welp home in Bancroft. Many Wesleyans attended the Democratic banquet Wednesday evening at Garrigan High School. Governor Hughes was guest speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Black of Washington, la., visiter her brothers, Wilbur and Oscar Monson and their families and other relatives and friends one day recently. Ray Stevens, Jr. went to Mason City Aug. 24 and has been employed in reconstruction and redecorating work at the Junior College where he has enrolled for his first. He is a 1955 graduate from Garrigan High School. Recent -visitors in the Harold Price home were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Percival of Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. George Benj and two grandsons, Roberts, HI., and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benz, Melvin, HI. Mrs. Anna Cink entered St. Ann hospital, Algona, August 26, for medical treatment. The Evangelical Free and the Upper Flat churches held their annual Sunday School picnic at Crystal Lake Thursday evening. Linda Detmering, who attended summer school at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, left Saturday night for Osawattomie, Kans. to visit her grandmother and other relatives. She will enter the State College this month for her fourth year. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson, accompanied by Mrs. Marie Nodland and Archie of Clarion, went to DeKalb, HI. Sunday, Aug. 28, where on Monday they attended the funeral of David Henson, 20, at the Lutheran church. They returned home Tuesday. The Neighborhood Birthday Club met Saturday, Aug. 27 with Mrs. Delores Madsen. Ronnie Root arrived Tuesday from Georgetown, Colo, where he had been employed in government construction work this summer. He will resume his studies at Loras College, Dubuque, Vickie Detmering, daughter of the Geo. Detmerings, will enter Junior College, Mason City, Sept. 6, for orientation. Karen Christensen, daughter of the Forrest Christensens of Cedar Falls, and David Cole, son of the Leonard Coles of Marshalltown, were married Saturday evening, Aug. 13 at the Nazareth Lutheran church in Cedar Falls. The Christensen family lived in Wesley during the '40*3 and he was manager of the Wesley Locker plant at that time. Dick and Bob Bleich have entered Junior College at Estherville. Don Potthoff has enrolled at Junior College, Emmetsburg. They are 1966 graduates of Garrigan High School. Vicki Arndorfer came home last week from a health camp near Cedar Rapids where she served as counselor for two months, She plans to resume her studies at Mt. Mercy College in Cedar Rapids. Dan Arndorfer of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend in the parental Leonard Arndorfer home. Mrs. Bill Rockwood has frequently visited her mother, Mrs. Herman Thilges of Algona, who was a surgical patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona. There were no classes in Garrigan, Algona, Corwith-Wesley or St. Joseph's on Monday, Sept. 5, Labor Day. Diane Robinson, returned Tuesday from Tempe, Ariz., where she attended summer school at the State University. She entered Luther College at Decorah the next day, LEGAL NOTICES 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 OTHER 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, con- struct, reconstruct, maintain and operaie 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 natural and/or artificial sas 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 'aid 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 and 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 in. 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 inconvenelnce 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 the express 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 ot said distribution system, and it shall protect said DRUGSTORES.. by GERALD THUENTE IF WOMEN DRESS TO PLEASE MEN, WHY DOES IT TAKE THEM SO LONG? And ladies — remember — we carry a complete line of cosmetics, beauty aids, colognes and perfumes. The man in the moon isn't half as interesting as a lady in the sun — so make Thuente Pharmacy your headquarters for suntan lotions and sunburn remedies. Good Luck ! ft 0 t-i WHY IS IT: THE AVERAGE PERSON CAN GET A BIG LAUGH OUT OF THE FAMILY ALBUM - AND THEN LOOK INTO A MIRROR WITHOUT A SM.ILE? P.S. We carry a complete line of film, flash bulbs and photo equipment. R e SCRIPT IONS SPECIALTY 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 falls 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 It 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 Vn. 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 VIII. 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 '.:• e election to submit thlsordln- . .• to the legal electors for their approval as provided by- law. Section XI. Whenever the term "grantee* is used herein it shall be taken to mean and Include North Central Public Service Co., its successors and assigns. PASSED AND ADOPTEDbythe Town Council of the Town of Lone Rock, Iowa on the llth flay of July, 1966, nnrl approver! by the electors of said town al a special election on the 23rd day of August, 1966. .'S/ Erich Seegebarth Mayor, Town of Lone Rock, Iowa ATTEST: /S/ J. M. Blanchard Town Clerk Town of Lone Rock, Iowa AUTHENTICATION The above and foregoing Ordinance No. 232 Is hereby duly authenticated this 8th day of September, 1966. /S/Erich Seegebarth Mayor, Town of Lone Rock, Iowa (Seal) /S/ J. M. Blanchard Town Clerk Town of Lone Rock, Iowa Hitch-up to the Gehl Chop-King .Mi! NEW! Lightweight 10,000 RPM KNIFE SHARPENER'. Hcctiu- o. >;,n models for rnmutt 1 pf knifp sfM'[K'nin£ on m.lcMme in the fipk] or chine stu'i) AdiusUbii? guide insult's propc' bovciin,; ol kmtp tutting short-chops more tons per hour than any other chopper!» Wiltrli Ihiit crop Us' Short c Imppril In ' t inch .iiul nmri 1 n( il in tin 1 bo\ eser\ c hopping hour Ililih \ out Ir.irtor In tin 1 nuts I'hopprr hull! 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