The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1962 · Page 15
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NOVEMBER 13, 1962 NOVEMBER 13, 1962 Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met October 31,1962 at 7:30 p.m. with Mayor Shierk and the following council members: Muckey, Steffan, Elbort, Andreasen, Finn, Peirce. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Authorized city clerk to mail mem- bershlp fee of $5.00 to the Iowa Chap ter of the International Conf. of Building Officials. Authorized city clerk to contact an Engineering firm to give the council a report on fh« proposed widening of north Main street. Utilities report was read, approved and placed on file in the clerk's office. Fire Chief authorized to attend a meeting at Toledo, la. •, OXYGEN EQUIPPED RADIO CONTROLLED AMBULANCE SERVICE Families living throughout this area may call any Blake Funeral Home with complete confidence. Uigh quality service and moderate prices are provided at each. Class C beer permit granted to Super Valu Grocery. Ord. Vacating alley in Blk. 60 (X P, was adopted. /s/ Dr C. C. Shierk Mavof Attest: D. A. Smith City Clerk GENERAL Shierk, Salary 112.50 Smith, Salary 231.60 Kossuth Co. Treas., Taxes .. 77.06 Shierk, Expense, 9940 la. State Bank, W'Holdfng 25.90 American Press, Supplies, 317 Bowman, Refund, 15.75 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 5.50 Koch Bros. Supplies, t 4$ NW Bell, Telephone 21.25 Smith, Expenses, A3 2( UDM PUB. Co., Pub & Supplies 81.22 Burtis, Salary, 143.70 Frambach, Salary, 131 61 Helmefs, Salary 12971 Lashbrook, Salary 176.67 Pergande, Salary 1689 Prew, Salary 148.00 Scobba, Salary, 14021 Wibben, Salary 12469 la. State Bank, W'Holding .. 123.00 Blackhawk Ind. Prod., Repairs. 62 7< City Clerk, Adv. Cash 4.88 Duncan's, Sod .. 108.3C BUY IT FOR LESS THAN RENT! SMITH-CORONA ADDING MACHINE $129.50 blake FUNERAL HOMES THE ORDER OF THE GOLDEN RULE HOMES AT TITONKA tU VERNE CORWITH WESLEY RENWICK Phone TUrner 2-3322 Lu Verne full featured • Big column capacity • Fully tUtlric • Extra lorgi print . _ • Control Keyi all Automata • Accountant*—Boolik«tp«i« • Rttaller* , • Profatilonal Offices • BuiiiMim, large and *mafl UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. ALGONA CY 4-3535 RADIO HOME OF RCA VICTOR LIVING COLOR TELEVISION TO THIS QUALITY RCA VICTOR EQUIPPED FOB FM STEKEO! RCAVICTOR TOTAL SOUND STEREO Ed's 6x, Mdsc Elbert, Digging Fraser, Sidewalk R. R. Hutzell, Gasoline I Motzen, disking NW Btll, Telephone..: Ready-Mix, Concrete Uing's Plbg., Tank & Heater. UDM Pub, Cap. Outlay ROAD USE TAX Earl Aldrich, Oil Algona Electric, ConMct Bituminous, Asphalt H. M. Brown, Repairs _ Gibbs-Cook, Repairs ..._ Norton Machine, Rppnirs .... Ready-Mix, Concrete Taylor Imp., Steam Clean. .." PUBLIC SAFETY Roekelman, Salary Bultcn, Salary Hutchison, Salary _ ..._ Jorgenson, Salary .... Mitt.lq, Salary . Rflsmussen, Salary Elbert, Salary C*ohl, Salary Voigt, Salary IB. State Bank, W'Holding .. Trusf & Agency, Pension .... jopher Shooters. Supplies .... Two-Way Comm., Repair . >4W Bell, Telephone JDM Pub., Ad. &'Mdse. City Clerk, Adv. Cash SANITATION 3aas, Salary ... .ecck, Salary ...... Courtney, Salary NW Bell, Telephone _ lily Clerk, Adv. Cash ,'. Fairbanks, Service . - . [eatly-Mtx, Concrete _ *hemco, Supplies _ -aing's Plbg., Service .. ^. C. Pub. Service, Gas "perxer Grocer, Supplies SEWER RENTAL aronbach, Salary ..._ .emkee, Salary State Bank, Interest . State Bank, W'Holding Bell Telephone Norton Mflch., Repair RECREATION City Clerk, Adv. Cash PARKING METER Groen, Salary .. ._ Riley, Salary Sands, Salary . la State Bank, W'Holding ._ ,Trusf & Agency, Pension ..._ City Clerk, Adv. Cash .. Cycle Shop, Repairs Norton Mach., Wheels ... DEBT SERVICE CONT. III. Bank, Interest & Bonds .._ la. State Bank, Interest la. Des Moines Nat!., Interest & Bonds Council Bluffs Sav. Bk., Interest __ Central Natl., Bonds Latimer State Bk. Interest .Davenport Bank & Trust, Interest 5.60 19 B 230 I 277.4 100' 17.8 4.50 3I89£ 235 73 834 399 2 109 46 60.72 125.01 196 50.1 37 00 217.33 157 70 157.65 166 21 154.08 13760 15.00 2000 144.77 113.80 12.96 10598 8 57 27.18 54.16 7 66 93,37 93 37 93.37 17.85 18.00 7.00 31.15 33.27 2 80 3.53 19 50 13370 185.69 72.00 2060 11.85 .70 1.50 196.18 47.25 106.99 50.60 2.12 3.97 74 20 5.00 5,137.50 1,352.50 9,037.50 255.00 5,000.00 93.75 204.00 GOURDS Mrs Laura Ringo of Grinnell grew two huge gourds this summer. The larger one is 48 inches long and weighs 12 pounds; the other one weighs nine pounds. 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In. picture t Afuminized Full-Picture Tubf * Super-Powerful Tuner, $149.95 RCA VICTOR RECORD PLAYERS ONLY $19,95 4-Speed Portable MANY OTHER MO- STOCK DELS TOO. IN RCA VICTOR RADIOS As Low As $14.95 Huge Selection of Table Radios, Clock Radios, Transistor Portables All A HARVEST OF VALUE. JUST ARRIVED The Finest Selection Of Real Values In Tape Recorders That We Have Ever Received BE SURE TO SEE THE LATEST MODELS. TOM'S RADIO * TV CAU CY 4^3260 FOR ELECTRONIC SERVICE WIRING Connected or Corrected I ITT ELECTRIC U I I "JIM UTT" r Phone CY 4-2223 '"•> eow Ex-Resident, Mrs. Bromley, Rites, Clinton Swrn & Eagle — Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson drove to Clinton to attend the funeral of her mother, Mrs Irn Bromley, 76. She hnd been hospitalized several days 3rior to death. The funeral was held Tuesday, Oct. :!0, at Clinton. She is survived by three daughters, including Mrs Johnson and 'ive sons, including Beryl Bromey of Fairmont. She was preceded in death by one daughter. Also survived by 22 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. The Bromleys were married 5!) years in March. Mr and Mrs Browley had lived it Dolliver and Fenton before moving to Clinton. \ New Arrival A daughter, weighing 8 pounds and 2 ounces was born at Holy n amily Hospital to Mr and Mrs )ouglas Guerdet, Armstrong. They lave two other girls and a bov. Grandparents are the Leo Guerd- ets, and the Roy Brodersons, De Smet, S. D. Sunday dinner guests at the Fleuben Holcomb home were her )arents, the William Schramms. Titonka, Ted Wallentines, Lakota Carol Dontje and the Harvey C. " arsens and family. The event noted the 2nd birthday of Steven Sherri Marie, infant daughter of he Charles Hantelmans was bap- ized Tuesday evening, Oct. 23, at .he Hantelman home in Swea ?ity. Sponsors were grandparents of the baby, Mrs Lawrence lantelman, Victor Carrigan, Fairmont, and the baby's aunt, Mrs ~ verett Klocko, Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Everett Johanson and family were recent guests at he Warren De Wald home at Sioux City. The De Walds were ormer Swea City business people. He has been a meat inspector since leaving Swea City. Mr and Mrs Oscar Peterson of Mesa, Ariz., called at the Fred Newlin home one day last week. Miss Barbara Newlin of Harlan visited at the home of her grandparents, the Fred Newlins and at the home of her brother, the Dennis - Newlins, and at the Darrel Newlins. Mr and Mrs Wendell Troff and family of St. Paul, were Sunday Kossuth Has 71 Students At Iowa State, 54 At S.U.I. Fnxvn Cily — Fifty four ynunp people from Kossuth county arr among this fall's recording rn rollmont of 12,IN students at the Stale University of Iowa, Regix trar Donald M. Hhoacles reported today. For the third consecutive year enrollment on (he Iowa '('i',y campus exceeds the previous nil time high of lO.fllifi students reached in 1041) when World War II veteran enrollment was at its peak across the nation. The I Mil "record" was first hrokoji in the fall of !%<> when SUI enrollmenl reached 11,in students. Enrolled from this urea at the State University are the follow "ng: Algnna — David Andreasen. Kalhryn Bay, Janice Bode, Hobt Soldridge, Richard Carson, Larry Oanielsen, Gerald Downey, Mar lyn Dreesman, Patricia Ferris. Jim Finn, Howard Funk, Dirk ansen, Dave Hutchins, Tom Hutchison, Cheryl I m m e r f a 1 1, Munio Makuuch'i. Mary Misbach, Dave Passmore, George Platt, John Platt, Sherry Read, Gary Rusk, Wm. Sigsbee. Richard Sqii- iers, Charles Streit, Linda Tague. Dennis Waller. Bancroft -- Dave Weber. Burt — Edward Garman, Sheryl Smith, Oliver Steward. John Wilson. Corwith — James Thorn. Fenton — William Hoyt. Lakota — Albert Becker, Larry Becker, Daryl Christ, Allen Smith. Ledyard — Lyle Haag. Lone Rock — Craig Blanchanl. Nancy Fischer, Jerald Jensen. Susan Montgomery, Jerald Newbrough. LuVerne — Larry Harmon. Swea City — Ronald Linde, Tom Sanftner. Titonka — Lowell Bilsborough, Sandra Gartner, Julie McDonald. Wesley — Paul Pfeffer. WhiUemore — Eldnn Andre, Virgean Bierstedt. Ames, Town — Kossuth County has 71 students enrolled among the record of in.RH" students at Iowa State University this fall. Recently announced figures •showed IStI enrollment at an all- lime high, surpassing the previous record of in,4i:t set last year. Kossuth area students enrolled ,-tt IS!i are as follows: LuVerne — Harland ,1 N'arcm, Leota Ann Voss, David L Trauger. Algona — Harriet Renschoter, Jody Culler. Carl Danielson, Fred Duerr, Roger Ferris. Leonar'l (•'link, Joel Harris. Patrick Kain, Sue LaBarre, Vernell Ludwig, Michael McNeil], Michael Nnvoich- ick, John Oakland, Gary Priebe, Fred Trouttnan. Armstrong--Dale Farland, Gary Schumacher. Bancroft -- Mclvin DeGeeter, Marilyn Johanesen, Duane Menkc, James Schrandl, Mary Welp. Buffalo Center — David (.rimes, Bradley Larson, Gary Risius. Burt — Garry Angle, Ronald Cherland. George Cunningham, Keith Mitchell, Sherley Schwietert, Darryl Sparks. Swea C'ity — Lawrence Franks, Michael Stewart. Titonka — Win. Abbas, Arlen Bilsborough, Jeffrey Boyken, Bill Carroll, Dverg Krant/, Michael Nelson. Corwith — Mariann Glawe. Fenlon — Wm. Bierstedt, Earl Jentz, Bryan Mortensen, Ronald Mortensen, Jane Ruger. Wesley — Ernest Carlson, Carol Girres, Dan Skow, Julia Wubben. West Bend — Philip Fisher, Ann Louise Smith. Whitteinore — Tcrrence Behlmer, Jerome Elbert, James Nichols. Lakota — Philip Schrocder, Virgil Wallcntine. Ledyard — Larry DeBoer, Evelyn Mino. Lone Rock — Janice Bierstedt, Roger Cherland. Ottoseu — Terry Lee. Ringsted — Louise Sorenscn. and Monday guests at the home of her parents, the Martin Goer des. Mr and Mrs Burt Geerdes of Lakota were supper guests there on Sunday. Recent afternoon guests at the Arnold Duer home were her mother and sisters, Mrs John Lodden, Joan and Bea of Estherville, HARVIST OF DIAMOND MEN'S PULL ON BOOTS FOR DRESS $2.99 BOY'S 4 BUCKLE OVERSHOES 7.99 MEN'S 4 BUCKLE DRESS OVERSHOES ___ 3.99 MEN'S ZIPPER OVERSHOES 3.99 MEN'S 2 BUCKLE WORK OVERSHOES 3.99 ,,.., — MEN'S 4 BUCKLE OVERSHOES 4.99 SAVINGS MEN'S 5 BUCKLE OVERSHOES 5.99 ^" •i»w»* REAP IN THE GIRL'S WASH 'N WEAR PARKAS Sizes 4 to 14 Red Green Blue Regular $7.95 AT DIAMOND'S RAGLANi SLEEVE NYLON NECK SWEAT SHIRTS Almost all colors of the rainbow plus 2 more. Reg. $2.79 AT DIAMOND'S MEN'S ALL RUBBER f 1 RAIN m SUITS Reg. $6.95 AT DIAMOND'S BOYS WASH 'N WEAR PARKAS Zip Off Hood, Orion insulated quilted lining, Six colors, S i / e s 4-12, Reg. $9.1)5 AT DIAMOND'S INSULATED JACKET 5 oz. Bonded Dacron, feather weight but a ton of warmth AT DIAMOND'S 1 MEN'S B-15 JACKET Knit cuffs and 1 waist band, [ regular $10.93 AT DIAMOND'S MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS Vour choice of S-M-L-XL or select sizes 15M>-16 etc. Values to $2.98 AT DIAMOND'S UNDERWEAR "Navy's Wonder Fabric" Warmth without weight Reg. $3.69. Top or bottom. S- M-L-XL AT DIAMOND'S Mrs John Peterson, Polk City, and Mrs Martin Lande of Mankato. Visitors at thu Ralph Walker home were Mr and Mrs Art Amundsen of Forest City. He was a former manager of the Creamery at Swea City. Maxino Clark of Wells, Minn, was a weekend guest at the home of her parents, (he Glenn darks. Evening supper guests at the Laurel Peterson home were Mr and Mrs Marlyn Johnson and fam- . The Pearson Brothers and Edna were recent guests at the home of their sister at Fairmont to meet Mr and Mrs Roland Suther- and and family of Faribault. Mr and Mrs Sid Munson and 'amily of Milbank, S. D. were recent guests at the Floyd Brekke lome. A family gathering at the Mich- 'l Kennedy home included Joe <ennedy, Fairmont, Mr and Mrs lalph Gengler, Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Ed Wilkinson and family. Des Moines, the Richard Kennedy amily and the Floyd Brekke farn- ly.-A photographer took pictures of the group. Mr and Mrs Ed Rock of Daven- 3ort were recent guests at the lome of their son and family, the im Rocks. Chili supper guests at the Albert Anderson home after a football game were Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and children, Mr and Mrs Wayne Thompson and sons, Russell Parker, and Mr and .Mrs Kennelh Brones Mr and Mrs Ormal Quinn and family were dinner guests at the home of her parents, the Henry Sinners at I.aurens. Mr and Mrs Eugene Papenfuhs anil family and Mr and Mrs Herb Papenfuhs and family were recent visitors at Ihe homes of Herb's mother, Mrs Hulda Papenfuhs at Rolfe. AWARD J. G. Throne of Maquokela was awarded in recognition of his long and distinguished service for more than l!5 years as cily manager. THERMAL LINED HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS t D r a w string * hood, lined « muff, 3 colors, ]all sizes S-XL ' AT Max Stratton planted some pumpkin seeds that were obtained from Europe. Two of the pumpkins weighed tiH and 83 pounds YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN THE UPPER DES MOINES

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