The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1967 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1967
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•tat tiftnt te«l H1MU f Ifirt: BHtkl tmottt b? to«rt 4UMM H»U RMT tMOCUTM ftottoa tlgvrti ^ATCMIUS* •' h«*rt teath* IMS VITAL STATISTICS Ml DMA Nb. 14, 1967 Al^ena (to.) Upper DM 58.31 of th« dcithi In lov. In 1965 wire • rtiult of the hcirt and blood vtllcl dllcagci IOWA TOTAL DEATHS 29,39* DEATHS CAUSED BY HEAIT DISEASE 17,127 Bernard Tigges Prexy Of Koss. Mutual; Plan Bldg. The Kossuth Mutual Insurance Assn. elected Bernard Tigges president during Its annual meeting at the courthouse here Wednesday, Feb. 8. Mr. Tigges, Fenton, succeeds Cecil Bjustrom, Algona, who remains a member of the board of directors. Ray Cunningham of Burt was elected vice president, succeeding Mr. Tigges, while Henry Weber was named treasurer and Lola Scuffham, secretary. Board members re-elected at the meeting included Ed Looft, Lakota, Mr. Weber and Theron Hansen, Wesley. Other members of the board include Mr. Bjustrom, Mr. Tigges, Mr. Cunningham, Kenneth Patterson, Swea City, Glenn Gabrielson, Sexton, and Hubert O'Brien, Bode. Also discussed at the meeting was the organization's plans for construction of a new office building here this summer. More complete information on the structure will be announced later. The building will be located on East State street on the corner lot, directly across the street north of Hood's Super Valu. Miss Erpelding Of Algona Weds Recently St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona, was the setting for the marriage of Blondina Erpelding and John Blankenau. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Erpelding, Algona, and the bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blankenau, Dodge, Nebraska. The bride was given in marriage by her father and was attired in an A-llne gown adorned by a detachable train which fell from the shoulders. Her veil of illusion net was held In place with an orchid headpiece trimmed with seed pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of white roses. Her Jewelry was a heart-shaped pendant, a gift of the groom. The maid of honor was her sister, Mrs. Wm.Rahm. Bridesmaids were Karen Carman, cousin of the bride, and Judy Erpelding, sister of the bride. Robert Ulack was best man, and Frank Blankenau, cousin, and Jim Tresnak, were groomsmen, Bobby Schneiderwlnd was ring bearer. Ushers were Robert Blankenau and Mark Erpelding. Jack Krieps and Paul Gar man were acolytes. A reception and dinner for 160 guests followed at the V. F. W. hall. Mrs. James Knoer served punch. Mrs. James Tresnak was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Leo Carman and Mrs. Al Erpelding cut the four-tiered wedding cake; Mary Ann Erpelding, June Carman and Theresa Hoberer opened and arranged gifts. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan High School and Creighton University and was employed as a medical technician at Emmanuel Hospital, Omaha. The groom is a graduate of Dodge High School and Creighton University. After a trip to southern states, they will live in Dodge, Nebr., where the groom is in business with his father and brother. Oftosen Girl, West Bend Man Wed Jan. 28 OTTOSEN - Dorothy Baas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Baas of West Bend, and Ronald Struthers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Struthers of Ottosen, were united in marriage Jan. 28 at 10 a.m. in a nuptial high mass at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church at West Bend. Rev. Louis Grevlng officiated at the double ring ceremony. The altar was adorned with bouquets of yellow and white Chrysanthemums. Music was provided by the church choir and a sister. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white floor-length empire styled gown by silk organza and chantilly lace. The empire bodice, appliqued with chantilly lace, had a round neckline and the tapered sleeves were long. Her headpiece was a fingertip length mantilla of organza and matching chantilly lace. Her bouquet was of yellow roses and white baby mums. The brides sister, Mrs. Merrill Blair, was matron of honor. Merrill Blair was best man. Ushers were Harold Baas, brother of the bride, and Charles Collins. Acolytes were Paul Yoch, Paul Bonnstetter, Richard Girres and Gerald Marso. A reception was held at the Imperial Cafe at Bode for 70 guests. Hosts of the dining room were Mr. and Mrs. William Baas and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Klessling. Marilyn Paetz served the punch. Aunts of the couple served the wedding cake, Mrs. Kathleen Farrell and Mrs. Eugene Struthers. Virginia and Beverly Struthers, sisters of the groom, were in charge of gifts. The couple will make their home at Ft. Dodge. Buffalo Center Girl Will Wed Ex-Algonan ARLENE MEYER Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Meyer of Buffalo Center announce the engagement of their daughter, Arleen Louise, to Eugene G. Harbour, son of Mrs. James Elmore, Algona, and the late German C. Harbour. Arleen Is employed at the clinic of Dr. Rollin Hansen in Minneapolis as a laboratory and x-ray technician. Eugene Is presently attending Dunwoody Institute, Minneapolis, and is an automotive electrician. A September wedding is being planned. U-Go-l-Go U-Go-I-Go 4-H club held their monthly meeting Feb. 6 at the home of Charlotte Lemkee, with Debbie Missal, co-hostess. Debbie Bulten is queen candidate for Fun Night. 4-H pledge was led by Bernadette Reilly; recreation by Susan Bullock and Kathy Payne. A talk was given by Marsha Winter. Demonstrations were given by Lee Ann Schenck, Diane Winter, Debbie Bulten and Becky Tielebein. Guest was Mrs. Missal. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS Expand Plant At Irving ton Tuloma Gas Products Company has announced completion of a new manufacturing facility at Irvington, la. According to Tuloma's president, W. R. Peirson, the plant centers around a conversion technique developed by the firm's research staff. The new process will convert phosphoric acid and ammonia into a base fertilizer solution. The high analysis solution will be produced throughout the year and stored in two tanks recently constructed at the site. The new facility will increase the productive capacity of the plant to 60,000 tons of liquid mix fertilizers a year. Solutions . manufactured at Irvington will be cold-mixed with potash to form a high nitrogen, phosphorus, potash product which will be shipped to retail outlets throughout this area. FUND Belmond residents are now raising a tornado fund for the victims of the recent tornado which struck St. Louis, Missouri county. The many residents of Belmond who have already donated feel that they received; so now they will give like aid. LEGAL NOTICES UTILITIES FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CITY OF Algona, Iowa JANUARY 1, 1066 through DECEMBER 31, 1966 Receipts: Sales Other Operating Revenue Non Operating Revenue: Merchandise Sales Sales Tax Collected Interest Income Other Transfers In Total Receipts Disbursements: Plant Operation Plant Maintenance Distribution Operation Distribution Maintenance Accounting and Collection Administration Merchandise Sales Capital Outlay Miscellaneous Sales Tax to State & Soc. Sec. Transfers Out Total Disbursements Tax Electric $501,284.41 6,329.36 23,638.21 8,251.88 5,016.06 4,085.92 $548,515.84 $197,647.38 16,878.94 13,331.28 14,908.02 11,986.64 16,565.54 16,760.94 100,745.74 12,731.62 16,812.55 63,469.64 $481,837.99 Waterworks 93,566.03 2,956.05 3,299.78 1,649.04 30,000.00 131,470.90 12,593.81 545.87 2,246.61 6,495.64 7,113.31 5,980.90 2,640.53 103,137.85 5,832.87 1,614.02 10,068.74 158,270.15 UTILITIES FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1, 1966 through DECEMBER 31, 1966 Electric Waterworks Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, January 1, 1966 $254,950.29 44,364.97 Plus: Receipts for year ending December 31, 1966 548,515.84 131,470.90 Total to account for 803,466.13 175,835.87 Less: Expenditures for year ending December 31, 1966 481,837.99 158,270.15 Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, December 31, 1966 321,628.14 17,565.72 Plus: Warrants Outstanding at December 31, 1966 23,936.50 2,502.53 Less: Petty Cash, Change Funds and Cash on Hand at December 31, 1966 325.00 None Less: Investments held at December 31, 1966 282,800.00 None Depository Cash Balance, December 31, 1966 $ 62,493.64 20,068.25 REPORT OF UTILITIES INDEBTEDNESS JANUARY 1, 1966 through DECEMBER 31, 1966 Indebtedness At Electric Utility: Dec. 31, 1966 Bonds: General Obligation None Waterworks Utility Bonds: General Obligation None • h ' '§• f- APPEARING FEBRUARY 13 thru 18 GO GO DANCER MAGGI THE "INN" PLACE PINE ROOM HOTEL ALGONA ' ************

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