The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 7, 1962 · Page 4
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4-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1962 Winter Wedding Planned Willrctt, Mr and Mrs Carroll Will- rctt and Mr and Mrs Ben VVibbon. German Speaker The Good Samaritan Nnrsinp FTome auxiliary rnot last TiiPs.lay •-veiling with i\h-s \V. A. Knstor Twenty-four v\n;nrn U-.TC present !'Hi3'.-| speaker was Uu'h Si hu ipp U.-.rmsti-dt. I! list, (>r;nany. wh- is sponriiup three weeks with Mr and .Mrs Wesley Barih'lt under Ihc ian guests program. She showed pictures of east ami west Dtriin and her home. Burt Girl Is Lab Graduate Knilfin'' Clnh Mrs Harry ,Sko!!.-;|rn;ii en'^r'ai 1 her knii'ing riub Wvdncs lay. i 1 '.VrtI .V' Year-,Mr an;l Mrs .Kvell P.i: 1 ,T--,,, r > celebrad'nR ihcir f ; f!y-<>i«h r h wedding annivprsnry Auq 'l(i. nu > to poor health, it is requested dial there be no callers, but cards will be accepted. Mr. and Mrs. Albert J Gardiner of Waldorf. Man-land, announce the engagement of their daughter. Shirley Ann. to Richard James Viponcl, son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Vipond of Algona AIiss Gardiner holds a secretarial position with the National Education Association in Washington, D. C. Mr. Vipond received his BA degree from George Washineton fni- -' vcrsi y. In the fall he will enter his senior year in the George Washing- , Capitol'Se*' ° f |3W ' ^ JS employed b >' Ulc L "»' ted States I A Dec. 29 wedding is planned. (UDM Engraving) j UPPER D E AA O I N £ cci-c At Concention Mrs Raymond Gilbert, Mrs Gail Haasc, Mrs Paul Lemkee, Mrs Clayton Percival, Mrs Ann Presthus and Mrs Ronald Sabin attended the Constituting convention of Lutheran women. The group represented the Algona First Lutheran church. Shower Hoooree Mrs Howard Lowman was- one of a group of hostesses who gave a shower last week at Whittemore for Eldora Maahs whose marriage to Wilfred Schmeling will take place Aug. 18 in the St. Paul Lutheran church. The bridegroom- elect is a nephew of Mrs Lowman Wed 50 Years Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg went ti, Spencer Sunday to be with Mr and Mrs Jess Dyer whose fiftieth wedding anniversary was observed. Mrs David Richardson. Guests were Mr.s Willis Richman and , Carol, Mrs Bob Ernst, Mrs Helen | Passmore, Mrs Tom Lundell. Mr= | Ira Kohl, Mrs Don Straycr, Mr- | Kenneth S'.rayer, Mr.s Don Will Mrs William C. Kuhn. Mr.s Kcri- ; neth Garman and Mrs Paul Richardson. Miss Steward was mar- rJed.tp James Richardson Aug. 4. Birthday Hostess Mrs Harry Skogstrom observed , a birthday anniversary July 31 and has as guests that afternoon , Mrs Tom Lundell, Ankeny, Mrs I Ed Hagg. Mrs Roy Hutzeil. Mrs ' Sidney Johnson. Mr.s ,) n hn Me- ' Guire. Mrs Stanley Muckey. Mr- ; | Clifford Skogstrom and Evelyn i Cacly. The time was spent social i ly. Altonds U'rddini,' Mrs Ktnily Uinngrnber;.' sunn. last weekend at Blue Earth. Mi-in. \vilh her parents. Mr and Mrs \he Tuttln. and Saturday attcnd-d (he wedding at 7::iO in' the Lutheran church of her nephew. Loren J'ut- t le and Judith Ann Classen. \ttrml Shower Mr.s Hussell Cvk. Mrs Honry lohannsen and Mrs Melvin Dn'- ton and Mr.s Florence Schichtl of Burl attended a shower Saturday evening at Oorwith for Judy Spangler whose marriage to Gary Sch- ii'htl will take place Aug. n. Honor Victors A dinner honoring Mr and Mr Russell M.i\u-ell. Ontario. Calif was given Tuesday evening a Van's Cafe. Present were Mi V;rgie Allen. .Messrs and Mes dames Henry Bunkofske. Roy Bju f.rcim. Fred Geigel. Lawrence Hu'zell. Roy Hutzell. John H.iy es. Henry Joh.mnsen, Lloyd Muckey and Don Nelson. The Maxwells have been visiting wi'h her parents. Mr and Mr.s .Jewell Patterson and other relatives. Joanette Bjustrom. who has been studying at Iowa Methodist rmspj|;i| at DCS Moines, was graduated as a medical technician June 29. and began work in the liib.iratory there July I. Miss Bjuslro:n, shown here, will be married to Jon H. Peterson of Burlington Sunday, Aug. 26. The wending will be held at "Good Hope church. She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom of Burl. d'DM Engraving NKKIJ PKIMI.NG? The Upper Des .Moines Pub. Co. offers quality work at reasonable cost and with quick service. No job too small: no job too big. I'AF'EK Mrs Yelma Smith of Boone recently found a newspaper, the Nevada Representative, in her late father's possessions that was dater in Ki7ti. The newspaper, slightly yellowed, was printed in a red, white and blue color in honor of the centennial dateline. Reliable Dealers SMORGASBORD EVERY SUNDAY Serving from 5 to 9 — All home. rook i- (I food. Special children cim eat for S!2. rates. All HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. 30-31 D. NELSON :LJ roa Birthday Observed The birthday of (Irian Rutledge was observed la-,1 Tuesday evening and guests at the home were j Mr and Mr> Frank Ci.imhey. Spen cer, and Mrs Henry Hilbert anc ! Refreshments were served i -d • • II;,|: tted 5d Years Mr aivi Mrs I. [•• steu Ei:-imeKhi,rn w ,|] i,,, huni.r. an open limiM- j,, Kelluw -hip ai the M'-iiiodi.-i chun h in i-;. n nieNlniiT Irorn :: tu ', o'clock Sun das Au- U tn ul,.-,cr, anee o' their Li.ld.-ri wed.'ing anmver,; jr . Their children will ., t r.e a- i, M- No turmal imitations arc bi-mt. .sent. ,f Alli-nil Ufililin^ Mr and Mrs Albeit Mi'l/jer a t tended i| 1( . «cddmg Saturd.i\ „ Mankiitn. Minn of I-:ii/.,i,(. t | Margaret llalbronk. dauuhter Mr and Mr-, llarhmd H:dbr,,c,k The bridegriKim, John Wagner i- froni Mitineupuli, where the i-oi, pie will be at home I'Viemlh ( luh The Ri\enl,,le Friendly club met Wednesday al the home if Mary Becker with Kli/abeth Grill assisting ho.stt.sv Bingo was pur, ed and lunch sened. The Sept 5 meeting will be held ut the home of Jean MeUen wild Carolyn Weydert assisting hostess. Visitors Feted Mr and Mr- Albeit w.bben en lertamed relative-, i as | Thi'r>da\. for Mr and Mr-, I.|o\,| Smnii' \r',. : folk. Va., and Mr an I Mrs Ilr;-.. : \ De Waal. E.sei,n<ln| (1 . r.,i,f r n>t,-i. present were Mr and M,-, Hem -- Wiilrett. Mr and Mrs Fi.-d u'.ji' rett of Bnlt Mr ;-nd \|, . [>•',', Hankies and d.aiujn, : - \],- ,,„; Mrs Rog. T Fox an-1 R,,i tonka, M-- and Mr-, .!., hen and Ru.s.sell M, -, M I Wibhen of Klm,.iv Mir,;, Mr.s Hubert i'i K ,- ,,| |;..K Air- Roger Nun/ i.t Minn Mr.s |j.,n K'T.a Sali^, r ,,( I ie, <"-<:!- \\iliben Mr . ; Miiai k iif |.u, | ,,,, ,., i ierald \\ il,!,i-n '-I "Id Mr-, liieliai-l L.ik'ila. Mr an.I '•'•t' i f Hurt \li Wibben uf V\'bitlemi)ie Mr- 1'nce of Laknta. Mr .m>l ,\i The finest warranty a used car DLtyer can find anywhere is the ntegrity of the dealer he buys from. Confidence thus gained by he customer first hand is earned >y the dealer through honest reatment and good service. If a buyer is ooking for such a paler. however, there is a helpful list of prospects available to him ail ovor our state who are members of the state dealer's assoeia lion. These are dealers subscribing to the associations Guaranteed Warranty Plan — a good program to help used car buyers get a measure of protection. The plan provides a warranty of one year from time of purchase from ANY of the member dealers for ANY repairs required (excepting accidents > allowing 15 percent off parts and labor. Present your bill with your certificate and discount it 15 percent. It's as straightforward as that. (•uarantred Warranty is only n •car or l»o old hut already has li.L'im dealer members. Its growth promises blanket coverage soon lor tin- t . S. and Canada. Our dealership joined this plan because we see it a.s an aid to franchised new car dealers to gain and keep the confidence of used car bu\er.s By and large its membership li-.t is a suggestive guide to dealer^ with similar mo- tues a< ro.-,s the country. \ national list of members eov- '•nng :!_• suites fi, r motorists planning to II-HU-I is available from the draler's association and a state-wide list can be obtained in our dealership. DISPOSABLE FILTER BAGS for all General Electric Vacuum Cleaners ONLY $1.25 Shovvrr Hiinoree A miscellaneuus shuwcr gi\'en Thursday evening in h of Carolyn Stewart llustt were Mrs William H. Kuhn pacbag* of •U canister bog* for bttt performance wte on)/ bucji bearing thit trademark. GENERAl^UECTBIC BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE ALGONA CY 4-3613 , Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Mops Itch-Relieves Pain l«r T.rk. H. T. (Sp-d.1) _ Fo, th. .. ^ . . •***» l»«r T.rk. H. T. first time science has foqnd * oew beuling (ubaUnce with the «atoa- Uhmg ability to (brink hemorrhoids, etop itching, «ad rdi«Y« pain — without lurgery. In cu:,e sficr case, while ftatij relieving pain, actual reduction i*hrmka(;uj took •0 thorough that .offerer, m., •stoniahmg .uumeou like "PUe« nave ceased to b« a problem C The .ecret i. * new heahng .ufc- •tance (B 1 o-Dyn.*;_dj acover , tf * *" rlj -l»'n<»'» research institute, Thu .ubstance U now available in tuppontorTf or .tntmenl f u rm to. 41 KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. "Make Our Chevrolet Garage Your One-stop Sales & Service Headquarters' SALES BOOKS, register tick* ets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Uppei Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council mot July 18 1962 special meeting with Mayor Shierk and ic following named council members: iT Pe/r an ' Elbert ' A "drea5on, Finn Cemetery report was road and acknow- coged. Estimated budget for 1963 was approval ana the city clerk was authorized to '.we same published. Approved: /S/ Dr. C. C. Shierk 'lest: /S- D. A. Smith, City^Oork COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met July 25, 1962 i regular meeting with M.iyor Pro Tom nn and the following council members- ucsty, Elburt, Andreasen. Absent: May' inicrx, Stcffvin and Poirce. Minutes of last meeting were approv- Lolter from Vincent Oxley concerning sidewalks was read and referred to the street and sidewalk commute*. Letter from the City Attorney concerning liability of the open storm sewer ditch was read and placed on file. Letter from John H. Seeman concerning sanitary sewer was read and referred to sewer .committee . Letter from Architects for the street shed staling that a final inspection will be held 7-27-62 at 9 A.M. Authorized Ira Kohl, Fire Chief, to buy additional fire hose. Letter from the Iowa Highway Comm. concerning Road Use Tax report was read. Report Is to be made to the street •omm. on what the cost would be to faint parking meter posts. Approved: /S/ Dr. C. C. Shierk Mayor Attest: /S/ D. A. Smith, City Clerk GENERAL Salary $ Salary 'ostmaster, envelopes Surplus Sales Inform., Phaniph- Icts _. -!erk, Postage & repairs a. State Bk., VV'Tax .. N. W. B. Tel. Co.. Phone .. Watt Parrott & Sons, supplies STREET 'urtis, Sa'ary _ rambach, Salary __ ihierk, Smith. 112.50 214.54 49.60 3.00 3.15 25.90 30.37 2.69 143.70 131.60 Gade, Salary .............. Helmers, Salary ........... LJshbrook, Salary - ........ Pergande, Salary ---------Prew, Salary ---- .......... Wibben, Salary ............ la. State Bk., W'Hold. ----N. W. B. Tel. Co., Phono ---Ready Mix, Sidewalk ........ KOAD USE TAX Cilics Service, Gas ___ ...... Gibbs-Ccxjk, Repairs & Postage iNat. Cnemsearch, Chemical -Reding's Gravel, Strippings --PUBLIC SAFETY Boekolman, Salary ____ ..... Bulten, Salary ...... - ..... Fisher, Salary ..... ________ Hutchison, Salary ____ _ _____ Jorgcnson, Salary __________ Mitlag, Salary _____________ Elbert, Salary _________ ..... Kohl, Salary .._ ..... . ..... Voigt, Salary ._ ............ State Bk., WHold. ______ Trust & Agency, Pension ____ Clerk, Mtlse. . . _ ...... N. VV. B. Tel. Co., Phone ____ SANITATION Spencer Gro., Supplies ______ cast End Foundry, Intake Covers ________ ...... ______ Reding's Gravel, Maint. ______ Ready-Mix, drain tile ...... N. W. B. Tol. Co., Phone ____ 102.38 169.25 167.61 148.00 124.70 105.80 14.65 29.70 114.30 16.14 204.83 227.20 209.92 157.70 Ml. 29 157.65 166.21 150.69 15.00 20.00 144.77 116.80 12.90 1.33 23.15 6.50 253.00 585.00 25.32 13.21. Courtney, Salary $3.37 Baas, Salary 93.37 Leeck, Salary 93.37 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary 133.70 Lemkee, Salary __ 180.69 la. State Bk., W'Hold. 25.50 Nat. Chemsearch, bombs 1444 N. W. B. Tol. Co., Phono 12.60 RECREATION Cook, Salary 23.46 Cooper. Salary 130.72 Cowan, Salary 7579 Hcrbst, Salary 73.67 Johnson, Salary 7579 Kraft, Salary 78^67' Norton, Salary 62.90 Cole, Salary - 67.04 O'Brien, Sal.lry __ 39.24 Vann Salary 112.05 la. State Bk., W'Hold 103.90 Clerk, Freight 9,05 Krafi. Labor 24.00 Ready-Mix, Repairs 293.00 N. W. B. Tel. Co., Phono | .00 PARKING METER irocn, Salary - -- 189.55 Rilov, Salnry 58.00 Sands, Salary ._ 10699 State Bk., WHold. 53.20 Frusr and Agency, Pension __ 2.12 Clerk, Repairs 1.35 Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa August 2, 1962. ' WHILE IN ALGONA FOR THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR With your friends and neighbors IN ALGONA'S TRADITIONAL, RESPECTABLE, TIME - HONORED MEETING PLACE The Smoke Shop C A A /~>. is r n r i r i m.r. . . _ _ ^ SMOKERS' SUPPLIES MAGAZINES REFRESHMENTS 12) East State Algeria, Iowa EVERY WEDNESDAY WE BUY EWES, BUCKS and NEXT DELIVERY WEDNESDAY AUG. 8 & AUG. 15 1 - We Will Bid You On Your Lambs And/or Sheep AT NOON ON TUESDAYS For Wednesday A.M. Delivery, To Us In Algona, Or At Same Quoted Price To Dale Dundas At Burt. * » * 2 - Our Bid Will Be Broadcast Over Radio Station KLGA, Algona (1600 on dial) At 11:59 Each Tuesday, Or You Can Call Us Anytime Tue S ^ y Afternoon. 3 - CHOICE IAMBS Will Bring The Quoted Price. But We Will A/so Buy ANY Lambs, Bucks, Ewes, That You Wanf To Sell. r A. LAMBS DELIVERED TUESDAY by 4 p.m. TO BE WEIGHED AT 8 a.m. WEDNESDAY WILL BE MARKED A DOLLAR HIGHER THAN OUR BROADCAST WE ARE RECEIVING CANADIAN FEEDER CATTLE IF INTERESTED CALL US WE'RE STILL IN THE HOG BUSINESS AS USUAL. DELIVER HOGS AND LAMBS TOGETHER IF YOU WISH. PHONS CY 4-2411 . . , . ALGQNA, | OW A

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