The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 18, 1962 · Page 16
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4-AI0ona (la.) Upper OB* MalhHruesday, September 18, Burt Circles Set To Begin New Season Hurt — Methodist circle will meet Sept. 13. Beth circle with Hazel Teeter with Marie Parsons giving devotions and Stella Geesman leading the program. Bnnlah circle with Charlotte Ha- begar, devotions hy Vera Schwietert and the program by Harriet Black. Jenny circle with Mary Baer and Lottie Isenberger. Rowena Rycrson will give devotions and Mary Sarchet, program. Florence circle will meet with Marlene Davis and Velma Dixon with Shirley Lovstad giving devotions and Esther Hilton, program Name Officers Burt Blue Birds 4-H club mcl at the home of Diane Person Sat urday. Officers were elected for the new club year. Heading the club during the coming club year are Rosemary Ulses, president, Judy Cherland, vice president, Jill Smith, secretary, Diane Person, treasurer. Marilyn Cherland, reporter, Judy Spry, historian, LeAnn Wermers, Carole Wiener, photographers, Kathy Patterson, recreation chairman, Carolyn Madson, m u s ic chairman, Jan:;t Cherland and Valorie Holding, special activities chairman. The club was glad to welcome eight new members. They are Jean Lynch, Marsha Soderberg, Cynthia Faber, LeAnn Wermers, Gayle Wermers, Carolyn Madsen, Vickie Schenck and Joyce Spry. Goes To Africa Mr and Mrs G. H. McMullen took Jerry to Minneapolis Friday where he boarded a train for Chicago on the first leg of his trip and years work at Gambia, West Africa. From Chicago, Jerry went to Washington, D.C. for one week of training and orientation. He goes to Gambia Oct. 1 and will begin his teaching duties at once and continue until the middle of June, 1963. Jerry will teach physical education under the Fullbright Grant Teacher Exchange agreement for one year. Mrs Walter Reritz left Wednesday for Iowa City where she entered University hospital for medical care and treatment. Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller were hosts in their home Friday at a family gathering. Present were the Oran Millers, Evanston, 111., the E. E. Millers, Estherville, the D. C. Millers, Laurens and the Clark Millers, Titonka. The three men are brothers of J. L. Miller. Clark is their son. Mrs Goodwin Bergurud and Michael, Mrs Al Hinckley and Carilyn went to Sioux City Wed nesday where Carilyn entered her junior year at Morningside col lego. Mr and Mrs Goodwin Bergerud accompanied her parents and bro ther, Mr and Mrs Miendert Smid and Warren, Woden, to Spence Tuesday. American Legion A u x i 1 i a r members will hold their Septum her sewing meeting Sept. 19 a the home of Etta Howard. Mr and Mrs James Trager an daughter spent the weekend at th parental Fred Hilton home. Mr and Mrs Al Hinckley, Carilyn and Duane spent Sunday with relatives and friends at Wells, Minn. Cliff Holding spent Sunday at the Ivan Long home in Aigona. Mr and Mrs Dean Andrews spent several days the past week at Vacation Village, Okoboji, where they attended the annual Cooperative Workshop as delegates from the Burt Cooperative Elevator. A group of W.S.C.S. members met Thursday to formulate plans for the annual church supper which will be held Oct. 10. Jeanette McCorkle of Aurora, 111. spent several days the past week with Shirley Schwietert at the home of her parents, the Merle Schwieterts. On Saturday the Schwleterts took the girls to Ames where both will begin their senior year at Iowa State University. Mrs Fred Vogcl arrived home Sunday after a month's vacation spent with her daughter and family, the Dr. Robert Melvilles Iowa City. The vacation took them through the Black Hills, Badlands. Yellowstone National Park, California and Oregon. The group enjoyed camping enroute to and from their destinations. Benita Mitchell, Beth Miller, Elsie Lockwood, Karen Holmseth and Mary Jean Andrews spent Wednesday in Des Moines where they attended the Federated Woman's Club Fall Council. Mrs Mitchell is county president. Kossuth County Future Teachers of America will hold their first meeting of the new school year at the Burt school at 3:30 p.m. Sept. 17. Mrs Mary Oesterreicher, Burt, is county advisor. Mrs E. C. Schwietert was hostess to members of the Fortnightlj club at her home Friday. The U.P.W. members will hold a meeting Sept. 19. Mrs George Becker will lead devotions and the program will be presented by Mrs Robert Angus, with a group discussion period to follow. Hostesses will be Mesdames Henry Smith, Nels Nelson, Roland Chafee and Roy Ringsdorf. A film, "Phillipine Passion". will be shown at 8 p.m., Sept. 19 at the Burt Full Gospel church. The public is invited to attend. Town, Sept. 4. 1!)6S at f:30 I*.M. Present were: Buchanan, Harmes, T. .Inmea Palmer, Supt. and Ira Kohl. Sec Absent was: Melvln Bay. The minutes of the meeting of August 21. 19B2 were read and approved. , , , Motion by Buchanan, seconded by Harmes. thnt the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll cnll, voting "Aye", Buchanan and Harmes. Voting "Nay" none. Motion carried. UOHf FUND Pny Roll, Pay Holl $2.187.80 Milfoil O. Bilyeu. Labor 270.46 Mrvvln Henlgcs, Labor 205.44 Wilbur E. Bruner. Labor 155.0B llrlan Hike. Labor 135 GO John Wood. Labor -- -- 131.72 Iowa Stnte Batik. Withholding Tnx ---- 402.60 Soc. Sec Fund. Soc. Sec. Tnx --- 217.09 Diesel Ser. Co., Mdsc 1.572.!iO Mobil Oil Co.. Lub. Oil ...--. 91082 Sim-lair Rcf. Co. Fuel Oil - 80044 North Con. Pub. Scr. Co.. f; as ___ 6.56558 Naro Chemicai Co.. Supp. .. 218.79 West. Air Brake Co.. Supp. „ 1582 Cnlllgan Soft Water. Supp. -- 130.31 Ai-iona Machine Shop. Re- l>;iirs ..- 3.93 Fort Dodge Ind. Towel. Service ... - 7.75 Pratt Elec. Const. Co . Supp. - --- 584 Lciohton Sup. Co., Supp - - 31.12 Frederick Hdwe.. Supp. 1290 lluscher Bros.. Supp 1.25 Iowa Elrr. Sup. Co.. Supp. -- 35.86 Crescent Elecv Sup. Co . Supp. - 531 Northland Elcc. Sup. Co.. Mdse. -.- --- 330.72 Cresco Light & Power Co.. Mdsc 900.00 E A. Pedersen Co . On Contract 11.25000 Slog-Fort Dodge <J6., SujS- plies ...... - ...... - ........ ~ 7.83 R. J. Funk, Supplies ........ 1.06 Lnlng's Plumbing. Supplies — 8.41 Ed's DX Service. Gas ...... 12.87 Kent Motor Co., Repairs ---- 154.15 Ready-Mix, Repairs .......... 788.95 Don Bockcn Sup. Co , Supplies ............... -------- - 37.15 Addressograph, Supplies ..... 7.28 Directory Ser Co., Service — 45.65 American Public Power Ass'n., Service ................ - ---- 4.00 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., Service - ______ - -------- ---- 58.29 KLGA Radio, Adv. ------ 51.75 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., ml, _____ ....... - ....... 316.28 Advance Pub. Co.. Pub. ---- 117.88 AlKonn Reminder. Pub ..... 50.05 Petlv Cash. Misc ........... 31.28 F II .lean, el nl, Easement — 172.00 Melvln B Knoll, ct al. Easement .......... - .......... 40.00 William C. Ktihn & Vivian H. Kulin. et nl. Easement ---- 75.00 Sue N. Keith, et al, Easement ................... - 119.00 A. Z. Single «t Millie E. Slagle, Easement ......... - 479.00 Leslie C Faber & Adrd M. Fabcr. Easement .......... 20.00 Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co., Easement ___________________ 20.00 Herbert V. Hedlund & Shirley Iledlund, Easement ........ 20.00 J M. Elmorc & Jessie Elmore. Easement ..... - ..... - 110.26 Harry E. YoungeberR & Bertlia. Easement .......... 76.00 Carl B Hulchins & Ella B. Hutchlns, Easement 40.00 e 20.00 , -------Rny B Schillmoellcr & Gertrude Schillmoeller. Easement — Mildred L. Johnson, et al Easement .................. - 20.00 Kyle Keith & Clara C. Keith, Easement ...... - ........... 200.00 Alice M. Kaln, Easement .. 16.00 John D. Cash & Vernice Cash. Easement . ........ - ........ 30.00 Lrtura 6. fccnschotef, DnSc- mcnt ................ - ...... GSorge J. Elbert & Kathleen Elbert, Easement .......... W. C. Taylor & Ruth Taylor, Easement ..... - ............. WATEH FUND Pay Roll, Pay Roll .... ...... 394.07 Walter Peterson, Labor ...... 193.15 Maurice Krebsbach, Lnbor — 148.35 Rcnkus Helmcrs, Labor ----- 30-00 30.00 SO.OO George Weig, Labor Iowa Stnte Bank, Tax -------- 57.05 54.62 07.40 "I- 39 Soc. See. Fund, Tax ........ .Thorpe Well, Repairs ........ 1,263.00 Cook's Welders Sup., Sup. .- 40.80 town Valve Co., Mdse ....... Leighlon Sup. Co., Mdse. ---Lakes Concrete Ind., Mdse. .. R. J. Funk, Sup .......... — Trupke Electric, Sup ...... — Grecnbcrg Auto Supply. Sup. ... ............ - ...... Frederick Hardware, Sup. -. Thermogns Co., Sup ....... — Aigona Imp. Co., Repairs .. Eds DX Service, Gas ...... Perclval Motors, Repairs — Petty Cash, Misc. ... ..... — DEPOSIT FUND Donna Knoll et al, Refund .. 40.50 58.30 346.60 9(1.88 S.04 B.34 4.02 9.OS 2.00 164.02 31.60 4.30 21.98 70.00 Ing Secretary. , . The minutes of the meeting of Aug. 1. 1982 were rend nnd approved. Motion by Buchanan, seconded by Hnrmes, thnt the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll Cnll, voting "Aye", Buchanan nnd Hnrmes. Voting "Nay , none. Motion carried. VOUCHERS PAYABLE LIGHT FUND W. W, Sullivan P. M., Postage $ Merrill Feed Supply, Salt _Pay Roll, Pay Roll MIHon O. Bilyeu, Labor , .. Next meeting date wns set for Sept. 15, 1962, at 11:00 O'clock A.M. Meeting Adjourned. Secretary /S/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS ALOONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES A poslponed meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Aigona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall, City of Aigona. lown, Aug. 21, 1962, at '7:30 o'clock P.M. Present were: Allen Buchanan, O. B. Harmes and T. James Palmer, Supt. Absent were: Melvln Bay and Ira Kohl. Secretary. T. James Palmer was named. Act- Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper Mcrvln Hentges, Lnbor Wilbur E. Bruner, Lnbor Brlnn Hike, Labor rown Stnte Bank, Withholding Tnx Soc. Sec. Fund. Soc. Sec. Tnx E. A. Pcdersen Co., On Contract — C. M. St. P. & P. H.R. Co., ; Freight Sinclair ncf. Co., Fuel Oil — WATER FUND Pay Holl, Pay Holl Wnltnr Peterson, Lnbor Maurice Krebsbach, Lnbor .. John Wood, Labor Mnx Hclmcrs, Lnbor -- Rtlwln Hclmers, Lnbor Willie Stelnman, Labor town Stnte Bank, Tnx Soc. Sec. Fund, Tax North Cent. Pub. Scr. Co., Gns „ DEPOSIT FUND Elmer Hauenstcln et al, Refund f Next meeting date was set I, 1062, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Adjourned. /S/ T. Jamci Acting Sec 'S/ Allen K. Buchanan President oC the Board fiO.73 441.00 2,178.63 236.24 178.32 137.84 128.!>fl 362.50 213.13 22.SOO.OO 7fl.!)2 702.40 394.07 103.15 136.24 122.52 10.35 20.34 13.32 87.20 54.33 7.03 I 50.00 for Sept. Meeting i Palmer rotary LET YOUR FINGERS DO THE WALKING Shop the way! Churches Agree The Lutheran Church - Missouri lynod and National Lutheran Council participating c h u r c h es lave agreed to coordinate their pastoral ministries in institutions. All NLC bodies and the Missouri Synod have now ratified an agreement that will establish a consult- ng committee to coordinate Luh e r a n pastoral activities, in ealth, welfare and correctional nstitutions. It is planned to co- rdinate and improve services to nstitutionalized Lutherans who. >ecause of circumstances, illness and other factors, require services vhich cannot readily be rendered )y the parish pastor. ACCIDENT Howard Neal of near Ml. Yer- non was seriously injured recently in a farmyard accident. His injuries include fracture of the left thigh in two places and of both pelvic bones, as well as of two ribs. The tractor loader fell and pinned him to the ground while he was repairing it at his farm. Municipal Utilities UTILITY PROCEEDINGS A mec' mg m tin- Board ot TJ nl tne A1 Ron,i Mumc'ip;il L'lih' u ( > hrld in the rit\ H.tll City "< Al immm • * 4 .->» /I** -*t cr-:. on the most you select the place to open took for coruenience. safety and the best return. Toil v.ork hard for your money i| moke it fcork for you.' CURRENT EARNINGS -T.I COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALLY HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION SINCE 1917 MAKING YOUR TOWN A BETTER TOWN IN WHICH TO UVI THROUGH SAVINGS AND HOME IOANS. Corn is ripening in the fields . . . Katydids are singing ... Schools Have resumed . . . October is almost here . . . TIME NOW to K ABOUT WINTER!! and there are so many things to be done before bleak, cold, blustery weather arrives. • Heating plants should be serviced, repaired or replaced. • Heavier, warmer clothing and shoes for all the family will be needed to withstand the wintry blasts ahead. • Storm doors and windows should be painted, repaired or purchased. • This is the time to restock the medicine cabinet with first aid supplies and handy aids for use when colds, croup and influenza strike. • That leaky spot in the roof should be mended now . . . insulation and weather stripping taken care of. • We'll be spending more time indoors from here on. Better get Hie TV fixed or replaced. Most homes are in need of furniture replacements . . . something newer, smarter, more comfortable and attractive. • There is still time for exterior painting to dress up your buildings and protect them . . . and for interior painting too. • Time now to see about adding that extra room, completing that unfinished one . . . and wasn't this the year you were going to do something about a recreation or family room ? • And the car . . . perhaps this is the year you should trade ... or maybe you should make sure you're safe with a now set of tiros. Thoso mud and snow tires are mighty fine in bad weather. • Has the refrigerator, range or wnshor soon its best day ? . . . Excellent model* are now available. We All Have Many Things To Attend To Before Cold Weather Arrives ! WE CAN MAKE ALGONA A MUCH BETTER COMMUNITY FOR ALL IF WE BUY ALL WE POSSIBLY CAN IN AIGONA I.aing Plumbing & Heating Kent Motor Co. Bomgaars 5 & 10 Jack's O. K. Tire Service IluUell Office & School Supply Ciraham's Kossuth Motor Co. North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Sailer's Davis I'aint Aigona Implement Co. Kossuth liadio & Electric Viking Oil Co. Joe Bradley Equipment Shcakley's Aigona Greenhouses Iowa State Bank Algona Laundry & Pry Cleaners iiuscher Bros. Implement Husk Drugs-Jewelry Aigona Produce Co. The ChrUchillcs Store Modern Dry Cleaners Funk plumbing & Heating Hood's Super Valu Carson's for Color Aigona Flour & Feed Christenscn's Percival Motors SchuUy Brps..Garage & Oil StaUot Universal Mfg- Co. The Security State Hank Beether I.ane Appliance J. C. Penney Co. LniU-d Building Center Honsliruch Drug Leuthold-Williauiii Home Federal Savings 4 Loan Ass'n (The Hub Clothiers) Sherwin-Williaas Paints Wiltgen Jewelers Strayer Standard Service Consolidated CQ-Op Creameries Isaacson Studio Taylor Implement Co. Kirk's Shoe Store Smoke Shop Shllts Brownbilt Shoe .Store Blossom Insurance Agency Cuast-to-Coast Store Ujustrom Furniture Co. Irops Heating & Plumbing Thcrmogas Co. of Algonu Waldron's Cafe Heady-Mix Concrete & Lumber Aigona Theatre Co. Foster Furniture Co. Krnic Williams — John Deere Lindsay Soft Water of Aigona llawkeyc Howling Lanes Aigona Plumbing & Heating jS'o. Iiiwa Appliance Center Ihni Garage & Body Shop Head's Furniture Frederick Hardware Post Transfer & Storage Kclley Lumber Co. North Central Public Service Co. /ewicr'b Sharp's Jewelry

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