The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1962 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 10, 1962
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Jensen Family Reunion Held At Armstrong Seneca - The 37th annual Jensen reunion was held at Armstrong June 24, with approximately 65 in attendance. The group enjoyed a pot-luck lunch at noon after which a short program and business meeting was held. Enjoying the get-together were Mr and Mrs Lorenzo Helgason and David, Mr and Mrs Harry Helgason, Marcia, Lori and James, Mr and Mrs Oliver Helgason, Mr and Mrs Robert Helgason and Mr and Mrs Richard J. Jensen, Sally, Jack, Jim and Joel, Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen of Swea City, Mr and Mrs George Jensen and Mr and Mrs Ha;is Wilberg of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Duane Jensen and Jimmy and At and Mrs Virgil Jensen and Low. 1 of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Ralph Jensen, Mr and Mrs Martin A. Jensen and Mr and Mrs C. U. Faija of Mankato, Mr and Mrs ".ed Ahart of Ames, Mr and Mr, Even-'' T—,. sen, Ronald, David, Mark and Cynthia of Lake City, Mrs Carrie Jensen, Mr and Mrs Ted V. Jensen, Jill, Becky Jo, and Karol, Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg and Jerry, Bob Wilberg and Mr and Mrs P. H. Jensen of Fenton, Mr and Mrs C. W. Hanson of Spencer, 0. T. Jensen of Estherville, Mr and Mrs R. I. Hokenstad of Garretson, Mr and Mrs Millen Jensen of Waltham and Mrs Clara Kellom of Grand Forks. Shower Honorce Mrs David Looft was honored at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening. Women of the church were hostesses. Mrs Gerrit De Waard presided at the coffee service and Mrs Fred Johannesen was dining .room hostess. Mrs Wilberg registered guests and assisting with gifts were Mrs Marlys Johannesen Krueger of Fairmont, Minn., Mrs Marlin Wegener, Candace Vaudt and Delana Votteler. Mrs Calvin Vaudt was mistress of ceremonies. The program consisted of a vocal duet by Mrs Otto Wilberg and Mrs Esther Jensen, Telephone Co. Employee Here 30 Years Is Honored Miss Genevieve Hartshorn, well- known Algonan, was honored at an anniversary party, given in her honor by fellow employees Saturday night, June 30. Genevieve is business office service representative at the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. here —and she completed 30 years with the company June 22 this year. She began her career with the company in 1931 at Britt and was paid $9 per week for several months. Genevieve started working regularly for the company here June 22, 1932 — and she's been employed here since. Fellow employees from Algona, Humboldt and Spencer were in attendance at the anniversary party, at which time she was presented with a 30-year pin from the company. Traffic, plant and commercial department employees here presented her with a hair dryer. , (UDM Engraving) Genevieve Hartshorn a reading, Mrs Morris Johannesen vocal selections with guitar accompaniment, Renee Votteler, and a reading by Mrs Elmer Krause. Mother's Tea The Seneca Stars held their Mother's Tea at the home of Mrs Nina Kracht June 27. Mothers in attendance included Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Roy Mueller, Mrs Andrew Stefanski, Mrs Nina Kracht, and leaders, Mrs Robert Fortney and Mrs Art Bergum. Other visitors included Mrs Kathryn Docgc of Algona, Mrs Everett Witham and Mrs Henry Looft. The group chose Linda Kracht and Pamela Kauffman as junior demonstration team, Audrey Bergum, intermediate demonstrator, and Joleen Mueller and Andrea Stefanski as senior demonstration team. Modern Mixers Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs Robert Burt. Honored birthday members were Mrs Calvin Vaudt and Mrs Fred Johar.-.jsen. Election of officers was held. Mrs Herbert Krause was Reeled p. .sklent, Mrs Robert Bur. vice pn-iident, and Mrs 'iichard Paucr, se. /clary and treasurer. Look Ahead!! THE 1962 CORN t-R&P ISN'T TOO FAR AWAY Butler Grtiin Bins PLAY IT SAFE! topic for the Butler trademark before you buy Butler quality grain bins are pre-engineered to'exact- Ing standards by the men who know grain storage best. They go up quickly-last longer. They give you the safest, most dependable storage you can buy. What's more , . . it's easy to convert a Butler bin Into an on-farm drying system if you decide to sieve AND dry your grain. It costs little more to own the Very best. As your local Butler Blue Ribbon Dealer, we'll be happy to discuss your grain storage needs with you. Just give us a call or stop by. There's no obligation. Your full'lin* headquarters for Putter quality farm equipment WE INVITE FURTHER INQUIRY JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT 116 $9. Thorington ALGONA CY 4-2421 Mrs Clarence Osborn presented her piano students at a recital Tuesday evening at Fenlon. Seneca students participating i n c 1 u dec! Anne Mcnz, Ann Fortney, Candace and Randy Vaudt, Jill and Becky Jensen, Linda Sue Kracht, Shirley Ohnemus, Tim and Tom Stru- ecker and Kathy Jensen. Mr and Mrs Bob Conner of Grand Forks, N. D. were last Sunday evening callers at the Henry Loofts. They were enroute to Pomeroy to attend the'funeral of his mother, Mrs Albert Conner. Sunday guests at the Lester Osborn home included Mr and Mrs Morgan Tennyson and son of St. James, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Milford Tammen of Emery, S. D. A wedding of interest to Sene- cans was solemnized June 23 at Hayfield, Minn, when Marsha Smith of Austin became the bride of Joel Jensen, Waltham, Minn. The latter is the son of the Millen Jensens, former Senecans. Mr and Mrs Carl (Bill) Hanson entertained 00 relatives and friends at their home Sunday for supper The gathering honored Mrs Betty Harr of Cherokee, Mr and Mrs Robert Behrends and family of Oxnard, Cal., Mrs George Butliu and family of Alpha, Minn, and Mrs Emil Brenneman and family. Mrs Kathryn Doege of Algona is visiting her daughter and granddaughter, Mrs Nina Kracht and Linda, also her great-granddaughter, Karen Lynn Rubiano, 15- month old daughter of Mr and Mrs Alex Rubiano of Rommey, West Virginia. *"••' - - —,.., Jill and Becky Jensen arc planning on leaving July 10 for Alliance, Ohio, where they will visit their grandmother, Mrs Wilda Firestone. By Mrs. Syl Wagner ,«!>„ Mr and Mrs Gene Slaven from Kansas City. Mo. and Mr and Mrs Bob Bingham from Anaheim, Cal .vere visitors here ibis week with •elalives. Mrs John Origer is an •unit cf Gene Slaven and Mrs Mr and Mrs Gregory Origer • n- tertained in their home June 27 n observance of the Mivl birthday if their son Ailending i,he {alhering were the grandparent.-;. VIr and Mrs John Origer and Mr ind Mrs Marvin Origcr and Mary Jane Origer, all from hero, and Mr and Mrs Bab Uingham and family, Anaheim, Cal. and Bill Kacohs rrom Lucerune, Cal. Augusta Bult<'rmoro frum West Bend was a visitor here Friday. Mi'ii 1'eler C. lieding entered ilu 1 hospital at Algona Fri.lay for med- icil aitl. Carol Krpelding from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Mason City spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Francis Erpelding and family. Mrs Cletus Sab. entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mrs Florian Fuber as guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs Willie Thilges. Airs Heinald Salz and Mrs Leonard McGuire. The Farnu'relte 500 club nvl al the home of Mrs Ray Thilges Weduesuay evening will) Mrs mi- Ion Weydert, Mrs E. M. Gales and Mrs Frank Stattelmau as guests, iveceiviug prizes svere Mrs Anton Wtydert, Mrs Art Kohlhaas and Mrs E. M. Gales. Mrs 1' Kirsch met with her 500 club Thursday with her daughter, Mrs Hichard Dornbier as guest. Mrs Nicholas Weydert, Mrs rtUeline Wagner and Mrs Ed Bormann received prizes. Daryl Baker from Livermore, accompanied by John Capesiu.s anci W Hired Schneider from here and Bernard Capesius from Irvington spent this week on a fishing trip to Northern Minn. Attending funeral services for here in the home of Sister M. Virginia's parents, Mr and Mrs John Frelinger, Sister M, Salome Is a sister of Mrs Frelinger. Many Portland Picnics Held On The Fourth Portland — Mr and Mrs Clifford Young attended a family picnic at the Dick Kain farm home the 4th nf July. Others attending were !ho Edward Kains, Robert" Kains. Robert Kain, Jr. family and Richard Kain, Jr. family, Algonn, the Joe Loehachs and Fern Drones of Whittemore, Ruth Ann Klein of St. Joe, AdoJph Girres and girls of Wesley, Mrs Mary Kain and John Kain of Algona and Major Mary K'ain cf San Antonio, Tex. Forty-eight relatives gathered at the Harold Becker home for a picnic dinner July 4 in honor of relatives visiting here from Indiana, Mrs Cora Frakes and Mr and Mrs Ed Schraner of Cannelton. Mrs Stewart Ramsey of Tell City and Mr Orval Trenary of Rome. Others attending were Mrs Sarah Trenary and family, the John Steinbergs and daughter, Alfred Busch family, the Fred Richters, Mrs Edith Trenary and Duward and Mrs Dallas Green and Roger, Ledyard, Mrs Larry Trenary and Debbie of Castna, Sandy Koppen of Lakota, Mrs John Govern and Mrs Edna Mulligan of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs John Rosenberg and Angela of Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Richard Ottman of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family, Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Kenneth Trenary and Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle. Mrs Max Goldman and family of Forest City were guests in the Howard Sparks home recently. About 50 relatives gathered at (he Robert Wood farm home for a July 4 picnic supper. Those attending were the Harold VonBanks and Irvin Kennes of West Bend, the John Von Banks, Jim Essers, Maurice Eischens and Mr and Mrs W. A. Wood, Algona, the Richard Von Banks and Melvin Von Banks of Livermore, Henry Eisenbarths of LuVerne and Mr and Mrs John Von Bank and family of Bode. Mr and Mrs Billy Christensen and family attended a family picnic dinner at Iowa Lake, on the Fourth. Others attending were Mr and Mrs Roger Schmidt and family of Titonka, Mr and Mrs Russell Christensen and family, Algona, who will soon be leaving .for Japan,, Mrs Effie Teeter, Mrs Elvira Christensen, Wayne and Beverly. Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf and boys were Sunday supper guests in the Donald Ringsdorf home. Mrs Gene Ringsdorf is getting along line. Their little son, Billie, returned home with them, after spending a few weeks with his maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Hcr.r. Radmaker, Titonka, while his mother was convalescing in her home at Estherville. Mrs Bernadine Opheim and family of Burt were Sunday dinner guests at the Jay Steven home. The Opheims and Jay Stevens visited in the Milton Stev..n horn -• Sunday. Mr and Mrs P. W. Ma> ow w /•' guests in the Marvin Mor.c 1 home, Bancroft, Weclnesuuy. Mr and Mrs Roland Christensen and family of West Salem, Wis. were weekend guests in the Billy Chrislensen home. Mr and Mrs Loren Hansen and family and Mr and Mrs Rollo Moore and family were guests at a picnic dinner at the Johnny II. Hcrnis farm home on the Fourth. Mr and Mrs Johnny H. Harms. Debbie and Dixie and Mr and Mrs Peter and Duane enjoyed the softball game and fireworks at Fenton Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Dreyer home in Fenton. Watson Dittmer of Brookings, S Dak was a dinner guest in (In Jack Tieman home Thursday. Mr and Mrs Frank Becker took thrir daughter, Nancy, to Okoboji Sunday where she will spend a week at the Presbyterian junior high camp. Cheryl Smith came home recently to spend a month with her parents and will then go back to Iowa City. Picnic dinner guests in the Jakr Smith home on the Fourth weiy Sheryl Smith, Mrs Glen Zwiefcl, Palsy and Brian. Mrs Bert Johnson was taken to the Mercy hospital, Iowa City, Monday. It is not known how long she will be there, but it is believed she is suffering from an ulcer. "Use everything as if it belongs to God. It does. You are HIS steward." Algona Pastor Will Attend Holland Meeting Rev. Ralph G. Colas has been appointed an official delegate representing the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches at the 5th Plenary Congress of the International Council of Christian Churches. The Congress will bo held in the Concertgebouw, thn Concert Hall of Amsterdam, Holland, August 14-20. Rev. Colas vlfl orive to Philadelphia, Penn. "-'.vert he will board a non-stop plane for Amsterdam. He is pastor of the Regular Baptist church here and is also a member of the executive committee of the loua American Council of Christian Churches. MONSTER Gaylord Bidwell of Tama recently caught a 28 pound flat head catfish at the west end of Lake Cherry using a spinning reel and 14 Ib. test line with chub for bait. Legal Notices ORDINANCE NO. 427 ORDINANCE VACATING THE ALLEY RUNNING EAST AND WEST THROUGH BLOCK l.'W OF CALL'S ADDITION TO ALGONA. IOWA. TO •JHK EAST EDGE OF VACATED ACKI.EV STREET WHEREAS, n request Iliis been received lliiil the alley In Blcick 1UI fiill's Addition be vacated, and WHEREAS, it is deemed to be for tiie IM.-SI interests and Renernl welfare or the City nf Alfiuiia and die inhabitants thereof that the alley cifcM-Tlbud below be vacated NOW. THEREFORE. HE IT ORDAINED MY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA. IOWA- Section 1. That the alley hercill- ulter described be and the same is hereby vacated, lo-wit: The alley running East and West through Block 194. Call's Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa, to the East edge of vacated Ackley Street. Section 2 That the title and owner- snip 4>f the alley above described and hereby vacated be retained in IMC 1'ity uf Alguna. Iowa, subject to dis- IMI.SIIIOII b\ liirllvi a'-tuin nl the City Council as nrovidcd by law. Section .'!. Thai this Oruinnnep. hems deemed oi immediate ini|.ortance. shall be in full force and died iium BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING Kossulh County Astessor Estimate NOTICE The Cnunt.v Conlci-cncc Hoard of Kossulh County. Iowa will meet I'uesd.l.v. July 24. !%:>. al 2.00 F'.M . at Court He,use In Algoiui. Iowa Tax- |j.>.. ers wul IK- heaiit l4>r ur against the nillowing estimate nl expenditures far the year beginning January 1. I!i(i3. Clerk County Conference Board 1. J. Immerfall Ft'.N'US A ss KM Tll I'ALS 17.5:17 17,:i.*t7 35.916 aion subject tu 100 211.140 UK) 20.140 Assessor jevy tor year IMlil $ti8.12.1.430 38.2.10 !i.11(10 Donald Slaven, Monday at Lauiens wore Mr and Mrs Marviu Origer, Mr and Mrs Gregory Origer and Marv Jane Origer. Sister M. Virginia and Sister M. Salome, Alt. St. Frauds Convent, Dubuque, were weekend visitu't NOTICE ! OPEN BOWLING FRIDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHTS, WE STILL HAVE OPENINGS IN MEN'S, LADIES' AND MIXED LEAGUES FOR NEXT FALL, ALGONA BOWLING LANES BOB RIEDEL AND DOYIE DAILEY PHONE CY 4*2831 and nrlor Us passage nnd publication as provided by law. PASSED. ADOPTED nnd APPROVED on this 28th day of June. 1902 /s/ Dr. C. C. Shiork ATTEST: /s/ David A. Smith City Clerk The foregoing Ordinance No. 427 Is herein- djiv ircgoing Ordinance No'. 427 I; . duly iiulhentlentcd this 2811, of June. l%2 /s/ Dr. C. C. Shlerk Mavor ATTEST, /s/ David A. Smith City Clerk Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Hoard of Trus- tecs of the AlRona Municipal Utilities was held In the City Hall. CMv of Algona. la . June 18, 1002. at ' 7 30 clock p.m. Present Were: Buchanan. Harmes T. James Palmer. Supt. and Ira Kohl. Sec. Absent Was: Bay. I lie minutes of the meeting of June 1. 1BG2. were read and approved. Motion by Buchanan, seconded by Harmes. that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, voting "Aye' . Hu- clianan and Harmes. Voting "Nay", none. Motion carried. LIGHT FOND Sinclair Hcf Co. Fuel Oil C M. St. P. & P R.R. C,, . Freight W V .; :'.!'•.-.,n P. M. Postage -. Milton LH'yeu, Labor ... M'M-vin rfentges, Labor Wilbur Brunor. Labor Brian Hike, Labor Iowa State Dank. Withholding Tax TUESDAY, JULY 10, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 See. Soc. Sec Fund So Tax . E A IVdri srn ('n On C'ontrnct r.iyroll. Payroll WATER FUND Payroll, Pavroll Walter Peterson. I.nlmi Maurice Krehshach t..ilioi John Wood. I.alx'i Ueakus llelmers. l,:ilioi George WelR. l.nhnr Iowa State Hank. Withholding Tax . _ Soc. Sec Fund. Sen- Sec- Tax Norlh Ccn Pub Sci Co Gas ... Alfiona Ins Agency. Ins prom. 235 57 2,52(1 on 2.177 HI sna n i in-i 02 132 21) 121 (ID .11 1,'t no mi m 20 B3 78 27 01 .11 25 I.utli4-r Fairbanks ,Tr S'''-\ niD.M DEPOSIT FUND Donald MiMtlMM el nl I)r|«-si' Krfiin.l Mrvni (I ,V rf Cll\ nl Ah!.." 1 r . ' of tin- Ho.-iril ol 'riusl.- N.-xt tnrcMnj; d.i'4- M is s4.| i4ir July 2 I!«W. .it 7 :tn o i loi-k p m Meet intf .nljuu i n.-fl H/ Ir.i Kohl Secretary « All. n K Hurhanan I'u-'-iilent .if th.- Hoairl $ BOO •! I fln n i 2211.15 17-1.21 13300 123.10 358.GO Land Bank' Maw/ "\l\fake up After 77 years of scientific testing . . . 60,000,000 sleep recordings prove you get sounder sleeo with Research was conducted by the United States Testing Co. in laboratory sleep rooms. Actual people slept on all the leading types of mattresses. Electronic equipment recorded their brain waves . . . heart beats. The findings: Beautyrest gave longer periods of sounder, deeper, unbroken sleep. Beautyrest independent coil construction lets you sleep relaxed . . . awake refreshed I (21TFN) EUGENE HUTCHINS ... a good man to know! Let him show you why it's good business to use a long- term, low payment loan on your land—a loan you can p*y in advance at any tima without penalty. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION E. II. Ilutchins, Manager Algona (south of Penneys) Monday and Wednesday Forest City (W. of Forester Hotel) Tuesday and Friday Tufted or Smooth Tuftfess EASY TERMS FREE VAN DELIVERY ESTABLISHED 1925 SPECIAL PURCHASE All 20-LB. Nekoosa Mills Mimeo REGULAR PRICE SALE WHITE 8'/ 2 x 11 PKG. REAM OF 500 COLORS, 8V2 x 11 PKG. REAM OF 500 WHITE 8'/2 x 14 PKG. REAM OF 500 COLORS, 8V 2 x 11 PKG. REAM OF 500 2 2 2 50 85 95 1 75 2 25 35 WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTS - ALL A-l PAPER Stock up Now For The Months Ahead UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. A I G O N A

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