The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1962 · Page 20
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6-Ataono (la.) Upp»f Be* Motfta Tuesday, October 9, 1964 Lutheran Women Elect Officers At Ottosen OUosen — American Lutheran church women met Wednesday with Mrs Magnus Bratlancl and Mrs Norman Helleseth as hostesses. Devotions were given by Rev. Harold Mountain. Election of officers was held, with the following results, president, Mrs Louis Jacobson, vice president, Mrs Percy Watnem, secretary, Mrs Darrel Jones, treasurer, Mrs Richard Kinseth, secretary of education, Mrs Merle Holt and secretary of stewardship, Mrs Melvin Ellingson. The ladies will have their annua bazaar Thursday evening, Oct. 18 beginning at eight o'clock, at the Commercial club building. Along with the fancy work, baked goods etc., there will also be a grab bag. They will have a table for white elephants, too. The Lutefisk supper will be served Thursday, Nov. 15. Cochairmen are Mrs Bertha Jacobson, Mrs Merle Holt and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl. Five members, M r s Bertha Jacobson, Mrs Merle Holt and Mrs Oscar Oppendahl. Five members, Mrs Bertha Jacobson, Mrs Antone Speich, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Merle Holl and Mrs Percy Watnem went to the Lutheran hospital to sew Oct 2. The new and out-going officers will meet at Thor for a workshop Oct. 26. Wednesday, Oct. 10, the ladies will clean the church. A contribution was made to the Muscatine Children's Home. Mrs Harold Mountain presented the calendar of causes which was charities. Thank - offering boxes will be turned in at the next meeting. The United Presbyterian Women served their annual turkey supper Thursday evening, which was very well attended. The Ladies Rural club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Earl Long. Attendance was perfect. Mrs Mike Coyle had recreation, which was Bingo. 3 STAR SHOWS FOR 5 DAYS The Thrnr Stooges wind up in ancient Grocer in their zany new feature film. "The Three Stooges Meet Hercules." That's Curly Jflc with an hourglass wristwatch. in n scene from the comedy; Moo appears at right and Larry, third of The Stooges, at left. Lovely Vicki Trickett is featured in the Normandy production, a Columbia picture. Company of Iowa, has been name o that Company's App-A-VV'ee Club, an organization based o applications received. He reccK ed a gold watch for an award. Wins Gold Watch Andy Crawford, Aigona, general agent for Investors Life Insurance St. Joe Group Will Receive New Members St. Joe — C.D.A. will meet Wednesday. Oct. 10. The rosary wi'l preceed the meeting, with a 'social lour following. All interested in membership are to have their ap- slications made to the court prior to this meeting. Contact grar.il regent Evelyn Erpelding or Ihr membership committee, Eleanor Thilges, Clara Wagner. Betty Jane Reding or Dorothy Kohlhans Reception for new members is scheduled for Oct. 15. Committee in char.ee of lunch and social hour Oct. 10 are Dorothy Kohlhaas, Bertha Becker, Betty Berte. Cathleen Thilges, Lois Bormann, Rose Bormann, Agnes Berte and Beatrice Geischecker. fhul entertained J... 500 club Thursday afternoon with Mary Jane Origer as a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs Anton Becker, Mrs E. J. Gales and Mrs Alphonse Berte. Mrs Anton Becker entertains the club at their next gathering Oct. 18. tion or officers for the cominp year held. Officers are, president Howard Kohlhaa.«: vice president Robert Erpelding: sec'y - treas. Randy Kollasch; reporter, Richard Erpelding; historian. Steve Kollasch: recreation chairman. Raymond Erpelding. Lunch wa served by Mrs E. J. Kollasch. Mr and Mrs Paul Erpelding and Peter spent the weekend hi DCS Moiiies with Joan Erpelding. daughter and sister. They attended the Ice Follies Saturday. Xorbert and Carla" Kollasch. children of Mr and Mrs Mark •Collasch, Britt, spent Sunday and Monday at the home of ' their naternal grandparent.-;, Mr ;.ml Aigona B.P.W, To Help Fete Nation's Women The Aigona Business and Profes- «innal Women's Club is joining wilh 175.000 women the country >WT to honor women during Na- ional Business and Professional Women's VVeck Oct. 7-13. The Na- ional Business and Professional Vomen's club was founded in 1910 This year marks the 10th an ivcrsary of the chartering of the \igona club. Officers of the AI. ona Business and Professional Vomen's Club are: president lonica Storr, vice president, Mrs lorothy King, treasurer, Mrs felcn Klein, recording secretary, Irs Nellie Van Allen, and corres- onding secretary, Mrs Cookscy. Aigona is located in district nir. Officers of district are director, Kathleen Griffin, and secretary - treasurer, Dorothy Cogley. burstag, collecting and nerounfing course at Omaha of 9 months. He activities of the Army. The 1& year-old soldier entered the Army last May and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He is a 1961 graduate of Sentral High in Fenton. Trade School Grad Darrel Schmidt, Lone Rock, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Schmidt, has completed an Auto Mechanics is a graduate of Sentral Hig School, Fenton, and plans to assis his father on the farm this fa before accepting employment. CONTEST In a contest sponsored in Adair County, the biggest p u m p k i i weighs 57',!! Ibs. and the biggesi squash weighs 17 Ibs. 5 oz. A cucumber weighed 3 Ibs and 10 oz Notes Of Donald II. Kramer FINANCIAL STATEMENT "" y ' „ , , Schoolhouse Fund Balance from Previous Quarter ... Totnl Receipts for Quarter ________ _ ----Total to Account for .. Total Warrants Drawn During Quarter ........ " Balance at End of Quarter „ . , „ GENERAL" "FUND" Balance from Previous Quarter Total Receipts for Quarter . . Total to Account for ________ ....... ~"~l~ll~~~~" ~ ~ 85.7l9.7n 3,175.00 142.537.03 13,877 ,CS CD.308.33 27.3na.i7 Depot, Tilt- Trojans Elect The St. Joe Trojans 4-11 club met at the home of Randy Koli- asch Wednesday evening with elcc- Mrs Art Illg, while their ttc-nded the funcnil ;it Whitte- morc of the paternal gr;inJfatlicr. Fred Kollasch. Monday. Mrs Art Winkcl and sons Jeff and Tim. Cicjr Lake, spent Thursday here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Art Illg. The first nf the week, the Winkels moved their trailer from Clear Lake to Sioux City where Art is employed on ;i project on the Floyd river which is expected to take a year or longer. Mr and Mrs Peter Bormann spent this week with the George and Roger Bormann families al Aha Vista. parent.- I Corps basic s.AN DIEGO, Calif. — Marine Private Stephen L. Obrecht, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur E. Obrecht of •2'2'2 West Nebraska st., Aigona, completed recruit training, Sept. 1H, at the Marine Corps Recruit San Diego, Calif, indoctrination to Marine life includes instruction in military law, discipline, physical conditioning, and other military subjects. Three weeks are spent on the rifle range, where recruits fire the M-H rifle and receive instruction in other infantry weapons. FORT BENJAMIN HARRISON, INDIANA — Army Pvt. James J. Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs Roy H. Jensen, Lone Rock, Iowa, completed the five-week finance procedures course at the Finance School, Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind., Sept. 21. Jensen was instructed in the dis- Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter i Teachers. Janitors. Officers, etc., grouped) Other Warrants Issued -- amount Total Expenditures ____ Balance at End of Quarter __________ ..... ' ........ _ , SPECIAL COURSES 1 FUND Balance from Previous Quarter .. i -wi -in Total Receipts for Quarter ..... No u Total to Account for .. .. ...... --------Total of Warrants Drawn During Quarter"" ....... " Balance at End of Quarter _______ ....... _"_'_'_ LIST OF WAHHANTS ' (except salaries) SCHOOLHOUSE FUND McGuire & Faber Constr. Security Stale Bank ........ TOTAL GENERAL FUND Advance Publishing Co. Alguna Flour & Feeds Alsona Implement Co. 19.64-I.C7 8375 19.728.42 432.33 22.2!l 23541 Aigona AiRona Aigona Aigona AiRona AiRona Arwel SEEffHE BOLD BEAUTIFUL Insurance Co Municipal Utilities Postmaster . Ping & Htg Refrigeration Vault Service 1m- Rny Bilshor ou£h - ... Milton Bllvetl Blossom Insuraiu-o Agency Joe Bradley Equipment 88.89-1.7(1 ln.728.-l2 CU.1G6.37 M.70G 50 5<J.7U» 11 1,381 30 iN'one 1.381.30 1750 3.077.23 343 l>0 1 !I!I3 52 305 00 85 00 13P 00 11(1.00 :i4i oo 1.015 U2 Co , . Mrs. Mike Bravton „ 10.00 Bronson Building Service ... 2,008.78 Wilbur Brunei- 8.25 Russell Buchanan - 18.00 Carson's 338.00 James II. Chalstrom C24.20 Coast-to-Coasl Store 3.89 Huss Cook 75.00 Cook's Scrap Iron & Metal -. 22.01 Glen Culbertson .-„ 2:1.38 Culllgan Soft Water 17.00 Ues Malnes Ind. Com. Sch. Dist. 2.00 Directory Service, Inc. 121.20 Druggist Mutual 206.40 Ken K K cl -- M.OO Elbcrt Chevrolet 77.76 LeRoy Elbert 11.00 Klk Cleaners 1C.30 Luther Fairbanks. Jr. 220.00 f-'osler Furniture) Co. 37.52 Frederick Hardware 128.28 jcorge's Body Shop .-_ 32.00 Graham's Department Store - 29.00 Joyce Oraham - 35.00 Fred Helnrlch 3.25 Hervln Hentges 354.75 Herbs! Insurance Agency -- 80.00 lulzell's Cities Service 36.00 nc. Town of Whittcmore --- 78.50 a. Assoc. of School Boards -- 100.00 owa Center for Research 150.0C . H. Irons -- D0.04 Vorm Karl 30.05 tent Motor Company 258.05 like Koppen - 45.00 {ossuth Co. Agriculture Assoc. . .- 324.00 xissuth Co. Treasurer 144.22 kissulh Motor Company 382.10 Uissuth Oil Company 2.50 »m. C. Kiihn. Sr. ..'. 7.00 .aing Plug. & Htg. 7.50 . S. Lnttn & Son -_ -I07.DO ffcCulluugh Funeral Parlor __ 20.00 olm T. McGuire - 1.375.00 vie Mathcs 112.00 /. K. Meeker _ 4DO.OO lessehfier Printing Co. 64.50 dgar Meyer 125.00 ten H. Miller 70.00 liller Lumber Co --- 20.00 cHlcrn Dry Cleaners 27.00 obert Mortenson 100.00 VV. Nnylor 143.53 Cent Public Service 350.91 orth Central Assoc. of Coll. & Sch -. 35.00 orth Central Conference — 40.00 Northwestern Bell Telephone _ 280.98 Norton Machine Works 103.72 O'Hrlen Trucking Service 2.00 Webster Orton 5000 Perclval Motors 51.50 I'i'tly Cash 184.02 Post Transfer fl.1.00 Plait Electric 124.63 Reach Mix Concrete & Lumber 204.87 Reding Gravel 1.287.84 Mrs I'aul Richardson __ 23.70 Brian ftifce ^...t~*.».m*t* 61.3$ Mrs. Lowell Samp » )00,OS 20.50 33.80 62.00 10.00 90.09 100.00 100.00 112.00 35.00 3.86 014.41 84.22 22.85 825.00 G98.ll 408.30 Susan Samp «.„ Tom Samp . . .. Sennit?. Bros. Mrs. Helen Socley a. W. Scfrlt noser Spratt ....—. Gary Spufgln - State Agency for Surplus Property Mrs. Cnpltoln Slrayer Strayer Standard Service ... Student Salary Expense Superior Oil Company Tom's Radio & TV Mrs. Thelma Tschetter United Building Center Upper DCS Moincs Publishing Co Utt Electric Company 2,685.89 Wesley Warner 100.00 Whittemore Champion 287.35 George Wlchlendahl 9.91 I, Donald H. Kramer, Secretary of the above named School District do hereby certify that this report, pages 1, 2. 3 Is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quarter 1 ending September 30, 1902. Donald H. Kramer Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5 day of October A.D. 1902. Hlchard O. Rlngsdorf Notary. DANCE TO WALLYPIKAL BANCROFT SUNDAY OCT. 14th This is the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thorsen on South Minnesota street. Their GAS heating was installed jy Laing Plbg. & Htg. and the contractor was Bud Robinson. WHY IS NATURAL GAS HEAT FOUND IN MORE ALGONA HOMES SCHULTZ BROS., So. Phillips, Aigona THAN ALL OTHER KINDS COM- BINED (BOTH OLD AND NEW HOMES)? Five reasons so many people — over 29 million home- owners — prefer Natural GAS heat. 1. ECONOMICAL - GAS is nature's fast, efficient fuel, heats without waste. 2. CLEAN — because GAS burns completely, everything stays bright. 3. COMFORTABLE - Natural GAS responds instantly, heatf evenly. 4. CONVENIENT — no space waste for fuel storage, no deliveries, Natural GAS is always there. 5. AUTOMATIC — thermostat controls everything, nothing to set, check or forget. This is the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruqrk, who live at 704 South Minnesota street. Their GAS heating equipment was installed by Funk Plbg. & Htg. NORTH CENTRALPUBLIC SERVICE 109 So, Hqrlan Your GASCompany 4-2484

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