The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1962
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In Final Vocal Concert Here • fc ^2J< -f rut *'<i W«*j The Algona high school symphonetlcs will make their final appearance of the year Wednesday evening in the annual spring vocal concert. The members, left to right, are^ Ann Seger, Barbara Brandow, Kay Agena, Betty Holt, Marilyn Black, Barb Kuchenreuther, Jackie Rowley, Linda Percival, Carole Etherington, and Jean Roven. Other groups participating will be the mixed chorus, girls choruses, boys chorus and the modern choir. The concert will be given in the high school auditorium at 8 p.m. and admission will be free. (UDM Engraving) Bill Sigsbee. Iowa City, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee. —o— Judy Gerber. Minneapolis, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gerber. —o— Russ Waller and sons Steve and Jack spent Saturday and Sunday in Minneapolis attending baseball games. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Simons are parents of a 7 pound, 1 ounce daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reidinger have named their new son Ronald Lynn. He was born Apr. 28 at St. Ann hospital. Judith Kay, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Sweet, was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Marvin Waller of Long Island, N. Y. are visiting the former's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller here this week. Lt. Col. and Mrs. M. E. Waller of Fort Totten, New York, are visit- Ihg in Algona for a few days. Colonel Waller is a brother of R. B. Waller of Algona. Second graders at St. Cecelia's Academy will receive their first Holy Communion Mother's Day at the 7:30 mass. The class consists of 83 members. A breakfast will follow at Academy hall. Mariners of the Presbyterian church will meet Sunday evening at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kiilsholm and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Huenhold are in charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Paul James were at Iowa City over the weekend with their daughters, Beverly and Evelyn, students at Che State University of Iowa. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Burtis at Waterloo. Dr. and Mrs. C, C. Shlerk went to Des Moines where the former attended a Civil Defense meeting Friday. Saturday they went to Cedar Rapids for an Iowa League of Municipalities seminar. Dr. Shierk presided at the luncheon meeting. Presbyterian women will have their Mother-Daughter Banquet Thursday evening. Mrs. Myron Brower, Mrs. Charles Hardgrove, Mrs. Lyle Mathes and Mrs. Ed Hough are the committee in charge and the Congregational ladies will serve the meal. _o— Spending Mother's Weekend ut the State University of Iowa at Iowa City were Mrs. Floyd Bode with Jane, Mrs. R. B. Waller with Pam and Denny and Mrs. Melvin Bay with Kathy. Mrs. Kenneth Cowan was at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, for Mothers weekend with the daughter, Pat. A kickoff breakfast for the ladies Beanpot Tourney will be held Wednesday at Algona Country Club beginning at 9 a.m. Mrs. Harold Erickson, Mrs. Dale Farnham, Mrs. James Whittemore, Mrs. Maynard Miller and Mrs. Clayton Pittman are the committee in charge. Members of Youth fellowship of the Methodist church attending a district rally at Storm Lake recently were BUI Bartlett, Garry Graham, John ischutter, Vicki Steil, Ann Seger, Patty Reilly, Rhonda Brandow and Mary Steinhorst. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kelley and Rev. Newton Coughenour provided transportation. Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, will install new officers Tuesday, May 15. Mrs. Don Sherman is president; Mrs. Corwin Peer, vice president; Ruth Thuente, secretary; and Mrs. Wallace Hill, treasurer. Mrs. Truman Simpson is extension officer; Mrs. Ray Johnson, president of sorority city council; Mrs. Don Sherman, vice president; and alternate is Jean Haase. Nelson Price, Jr., who lived here when his father, Rev. Nelson Price was pastor of the Methodist church, is producer of a new TV film series for children, "Breakthrough", shown each Sunday at 1 p.m. on WOI-TV, Ames. Another former Algonan, Walt Kempley, is the author of the weekly Dick Van Dyke show on a national network. Kempley is a graduate of Algona high school and his parents now live at Fort Dodge. C.D.A. will meet Thursday evening at the Academy hall. New officers will be elected. Margaret Atherton and Alice Fox are in charge of the program; Bernadette Riley and Joyce Woods are chair- ,ladtes,and the committee is composed of Mary Carroll, Cecelia Dahlhauser, Pat Downs, Wilhelmina Gillingham, Jean Haas, Margaret Hayes, Grace Holland, Mary McEnroe, Helen Miller, Minnie Schick, Phyllis Simons, Teresa Thilges, Clara Walker, Mary Ilia Kirsch and Peggy Lallier. Wcslcyan Service Guild of the Methodist church has elected new officers for the coming year. Ila Bilsborough is president; Eleanor Hutzell, vice president; Florence Snyder, promotion and recording secretary; and Goldie Erickson, treasurer. Secretaries are Lora Seger, spiritual life; Flora Tiss, Missionary education; Joyce Hayden, Christian social relations; Bernetas Lynk, courtesy; Ermal Smith, publicity; Linnea Hiserodt, leisure time; Lucille Holldorf, supply work; Vera Graham, literature and publications; and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, co-ordinator from the WSCS. The nominating committee for 1963 is Leona Smith, Neva Steven and Rosa Loper. 64 Leaders At Training Meet, 4-H Leaders Sixty four Junior Leaders participated in a 4-H demonstration training meeting Monday, April 30 at the Algona High School Annex. Robert C. Johnson, county extension associate, said members had an opportunity to see a demonstration, prepare one and to give it under the direction of a group leader. Group demonstration leaders and the topics they presented training on were — Carolyn Ley - Line; Janet Banwart - Color; Mary Reilly - Posture; Raymond Johnson and Chris Nygaard - How to plant a seedling tree and Elmer Alt and Doug Jorgensen - Pocket Gopher Control. Doug Jorgensen and Kathleen Eden reported on the Veishea program at Iowa State University. Members volunteering to conduct the next junior leader meeting scheduled for June were - Audrey Gardner, Judy Willrett, Kathleen Eden, Joan Wilhelmi, Don Madseoi, John Mescher, Art Mogler and Duane Metzger. Timttoy, May 8, 1962 Atgona (In.) Upper De« Moinfi«-.ft Swea Fife Sweii-Eagle — Two fire trucks were summoned to the George Pearson farm 4 1i i miles northwest of Swea City Saturday at 4:30 p.m. Trees which had been bulldozed were being burned and the fire reread to within 100 feet of tho buildings when the wind shifted. There was no damage. City & Utility Audit And Report For 1961 Is Filed An audit of the books of the city of Algona for the period from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 1961 was filed recently at the office of the auditor of the state of Iowa. James Chalstrom, Algona CPA. completed the nuclit for the city under section 11.14 of the 1958 Code of Iowa as amended by the 56th General Assembly. Basically, the audit boiled down to an okay for all departments, including the mayor's docket, bank accounts, tax receipt-;, cash receipts and disbursements, bonds and coupons and bond register (indebtedness). Only one minor change was suggested in the audit summary. Accounting procedures of the park board fund are to be remedied to make the ne\:t audit simpler. The financial report of the city, prepared after Jan. 1 this year and covering the same period as the audit, showed that grand total receipts amounted to $369,778.69 and total expenditures hit $360,183.63. Balance on hand at that time was $205,025.44 and indebtedness of the city amounted to $535,000, including «:i!M.OOO general bonds and $141,mm pledge orders and revenue bnmls. Tola I value of all property subject In luxation here amounted to $7,fi:i'i..:;!!. according to the report. Alumia Municipal Utilities, during ihc same year, reported receipts of $510.010 and expenditures of *52(),l2. r >, but the latter figure includes $148,986 worth of bonds for I IIP reserve fund purchased during the year. Balance on hand al year's end was $117,720.93, plus $42'!. 156.26 worth of government bonds, which are reserves for sinking funds. The city listed salaries and wages totaling $118,432.28 for 1961, while Algona Municipal Utilities listed $104,705 for salaries and wages (office and operation), $141,500 for plant operation, $76,574 for administrative and other and $19.360 for distribution operation. Combined, receipts of the city and AlgonS Municipal Utilities hit $869.790.42 and expenditures were $880.308.63 during 1961. LEDGER SHEETS — Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co., Algona. W wTiSTe fiouse cool This sJmmer and e^r com. Coo, ,i he you heal _ v , !h E . Vi ais wl conditioning g, ves yol , qmo [, trouhlc.frp» on-rM.on for years. Easy installation thai do-.n't „-" a s-'n s-iinre inch of floor space (g cis air rnruM.on -•„, IS ,„..,., ar|dod en (o your gas healing 'yslc:^) Qu^inr--, — i ,,• 1irr , tho motor in a gas sir conrl,:ic.".:-v. syMr-n ,, a v. ;pr. r " 0 f a flame. Let gas do both i- pi)S for you. Cool |,ke you neat — with gas. £*5 ,^°. UR LOCA I- NATURAL GAS UTI1ITY OR GAS HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING DEALER. !th ga s Test 778 Cows; 20 Herds Rate High In March Twenty-nine herds were tested on D. H. I. A. with 778 cows on test and 25 herds were tested on owner-sample with 412 cows tested, according to Forrest Hofbauer, Swea City, D. H. I. A. supervisor. He reports that Robert Steinberg of Titonka and Philip Inman of Bancroft started testing on owner- sample with the March test. D. H. I. A. herds with 1.2 Ibs. of butterfat per day per cow or more were those of Leroy Richardson, Ledyard; Harry Bartelt, Titonka; Jasper Dohlman, Buffalo Center; Dale Schroeder, Lone Rock; Martin Harms, Titonka; Leander Menke, Swea City; C. H. Wilhelmi, Bancroft; and Virgil Bosma, Buffalo Center. Hilbert Biersteclt, Whittemore; George Wallentine, Elmore, Minn.; Ed Tigges, Burt; H. & G. Soderberg, Bancroft; Allen Loucks, Ledyard; Sidney Payne, Ledyard; Alvin Boettcher, Lakota; Laurence Loeschen, Woden; Fred and Russel Richter, Ledyard; Harry ..Vigdal, Armstrong; Donald Hofbauer, Buffalo Center; and Frank and John Broessler, Bancroft. FHA Members Here Are To Collect Bottles Algona high school chapter of Future Homemakers of America is conducting projects to build up their treasury. Linda Percival, recently elected state FHA president, will be a delegate to the national convention this summer and money raised will go to help finance the trip. Among the projects is an empty pop bottle pick-up planned for May 12. Persons wishing to donate returnable bottles are asked to place them near the front door Saturday and the girls will call for them. FHA girls will also pick-up non-returnable bottles and dispose of them as an added service. * Another project is the making and selling of ice cream sandwiches at school. Due to trouble with the school freezer, last week's sandwiches were on the soft side. but a profit was realized in spite of it. Another sale is planned fur this week, with hard ice cream promised. Miss Percival is also president of the local chapter and Kay Whitten is faculty advisor. Out Of Hospital Lakotu — Michael Vodraska, who was injured in an ruto accident Apr. 14 returned to his home Tuesday afternoon. He had been in Mercy hospital, Mason City, since the accident. He is in a body cast with a broken back and a broken leg, and is getting along quite well. CYLINDER VACUUM CLEANERS AND 7 ATTACHMENTS UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE BEECHiR LANE APPLIANCE 6Y 4-3$13 ALGONA SUNDAY, MAY 13th IS MOTHER'S DAY.. WONDERFUL KAYSER HOSIERY What better way to remember Mother than a box of sheer sheer nylons by famous Kayser. Choose from Spring into Summer shades in either seamless or dark styles. Sizes 9 to 11. $1.35 each 3 pairs $3.90 $ 1.99 to WOODEN SALT & PEPPER MILLS Imported cherry wood salt and pepper mill sets . . . wonderful for the table or for backyard barbeques. FLORAL BOUQUETS Ever-fresh artificial flowers and greens permanently arranged in a brass wire basket . . . many different arrangements, each gift wrapped. COMPLETE $ 2.00 , LOVELY SUMMER HANDBAGS Just perfect to carry vfUrt hot weather fashions . . . we've patents, chalk whites, tapestries. Choose from GRAHAMS large selections of fashion handbags. SET CERAMIC CASSEROLE French-type ceramic casserole in generous one quart size, completely ovenproof. Flattering pie-cut collar on thlf 3/4 ttep In ityl* with »lde pleated flared skirt. The Estron acetate Jersey is drip dry, requires little ot no ironing. 2" hem. Strawberry and Pink or Blue and Aqua. Sizes 12-20 and 14W?4Va. Genlly (cooped neckline, box* pleated shoulders, sweeping pleated skirt, step in back zipper closing, 2* hem in Celanese acetate Jersey that needs little or no Ironing. Wedgewood Blue, Navy, or Honey Beige. Suet 12-20 and 14'/2-24Va. SPECIAL $ 4.99 '1.99 ALUMINUM Revere Bowls Imported from Italy, these exquisite copies of famous Revere bowls in aluminum . . . with the look of fine old pewter. 5" 7" 9" $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 NORTH PUBLIC CY 4-2484 "Your Gas Company' Aigont

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