The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1957
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2S, Pay Pines four person? paid fines for traffic vinli'tiiins in Mayor C. C fihit-rk's rouit during the pa?; two days. Robert Pingel. Al- cnna. pnid $5 and costs for a stop sign violation; Keith Klyn, See- Ify. and Charles Kubicek, Fftft Dodgr, earh paid $6 and costs for speeding; and Roy Fisher, Jr.. Eagle Grove, was fined $,5 and costs for illegal passing. ERNIE WILLIAMS Has a Specialist For Every Job THESE WOMEN! eyd'AiosMo wed* Lament Welleftdorf 'Some stupid builder put the garage right in her way!" EDDIE WILCOX Factory Trained in Parts No need to worry on the road about your car when it's been serviced and repaired by one of Ernie William's specialists. He uses only the finest — direct from the factory parts as directed by parts specialists. ERNIE WILLIAMS Poniiac - Cadillac Home of Nationally i Bonded Used Cars Rippentrop Rites Held At La koto Titonka — Funeral services were Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian church in Lakota for John K. Rippentrop, 53, who met death in a tractor accident Wednesday afternoon, July 10, as reported last week. Rev. Harlan Kruse was in charge of the services with burial in the Maple Hill Cemetery at Lakota. Pallbearers were Enko Folkerts, .Fred Gray, Robert Spear. Sr., Wm. Brandt, Art Rode and Wm. Rode. Swan Funeral was in charge of the arrangements. John K. Rippentrop was born Aug. 3, 1903 on a farm near Lakota the son of Mr and Mrs Court K. Rippentrop. His childhood and youth were spent in this vicinity In May 1921 he was joine'd in marriage to Bertha Jansen. To '15,000 GRAND PRIZE 25 PLYMOUTH CuiiomJ5uburbans this union were born two children, both of whom survive. They are Irene (Mrs Donald Aukes) of Titonka and Kent at home. For the past 14 years he has worked on the Krantz farm 3 miles south of Titonka. Besides his wife and children he leaves to mourn four brothers. Court of Guckeen, Minn., Ben of Delaven, Minn., Robert of Algona, and Albert of Lakota; and one sister, Mrs Herman Jansen of Buffalo Center. HOSPITALS July 9 — Mrs George Merron, Bancroft, boy, 8-10 V 4 ; Phillip Diamond, Algona, medical. July 10 — Mrs Joseph Wollner, Bancroft, boy, 8-4; Richard Klepper, West Bend, surgery; Jerry Rupp, Algona, medical. July 11 — Linda Richards, Burt, T & A; Mrs William Fandel, Whittemore, medical; Mrs David Merry man, Algona, boy, 7-11%. July 12 — Mrs Bernard Kunkel, Wesley, girl, 6-7; Judy Grimes, Whittemore, T & A; Mrs Marlin Larsen, Fenton, girl, 7-9. July 13 — Paul Opheim, Sexton, medical; Mrs Mathilda Loebig, Wesley, medical; Mrs Donald Fett, LuVerne, boy, 8-12; Otto Shaller, Algona, medical; Patricia Vering, West Bend, surgery. July 14 — Mrs Herman Vaudt, Whittemore, medical; George Besch, West Bend, medical. July 15 — Jill Clapsaddle, Algona, medical; Jerry Zatloukal, Whittemore, medical; Jimmy Strickler, Algona, medical; W. A. Barry, Algona, medical; Frank Rosmann, Algona, surgery; Mrs Don Peterson, Algona, boy. July 16 — Mrs Catherine Specht, Algona, medical; Mrs Richard Winter, Ledyard, maternity. Shirley Patterson, above, dau- gter of Mr and Mrs Troy Patterson of Sioux Falls, S. D., became the bride of First Lieut. Lamont A. Wellendorf, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Wellendorf, in a ceremony that took place July 20, at Emmanuel Baptist church in Sioux Falls. Richard Mawdsley of Algona served as best man, and Merle Moore and Les Wildin of Algona were ushers. A reception followed the ceremony in the church parlors, and the bride and bridegroom left on a wedding trip to Canada. They will make their home in Sioux City, where the bridegroom is stationed with the air force. Mr and Mrs Roy Sloffel had as guests. Sunday- the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Tony Stoffel of Emmetsburg and Mrs Stoffel. niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Larry Grandgenett o'f Wesley. Mr and Mrs Lowell Smith are leaving today (Thursday) for a two weeks vacation at Waupaca, Wis., where they will join Mrs Smith's parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Bell of Chicago at their cottage. Mrs Imelda Engesser and son Dan have returned from a visit since before the Fourth of July at West Bend, Wis., with the form-, er's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs William Dooley. En- route home they stopped at Lansing to visit various relatives, the Kerndt families. Mrs S. E. McMahon has been visited the past fortnight by her son Maurice of Minneapolis, Minn., who was here on a two weeks vacation. During his visit he and his mother drove to Marshalltown and Storm Lake to visit the sons-in-law and daughters of Mrs McMahon, Dr. and Mrs Ralph Carpenter and Mr and Mrs Richard Schmitz respectively. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS noTtct: or Pftoaxtt or Staff of Iowa , , ' Kussuth County 88. IN DISTRICT COURT , , No. 7268 . April Term. 196? TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN- YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Lena Larson. Deceased, dated January 22, 1944, having been this day filed, opened and read Monday the 5th day of August, 1987 is fixed for hoaring proof of same at the Court HOUSF in Algona, Iowa, before th* District Court of said County, or the Clerk of satd*Courtj and at 10 o'clock A M. of the dajr above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa. July 17 1937. ALMA PEARSON Clerk of the District Court. L. W. Nitchals, Algona Attorney By Anita Theisen. Deputy (Published July 25. 19S7, In the Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met in regular session June 26, 1957 with Mayor Shierk and the following councilmen present: Present: Eugene H. Furst, Leon H. Liird, V. M. Parson, Byron Richardson. Absent: Arnold W. Elbert, John Drees- Minutes of last meeting were read and approved. Raymond J. Krebs' letter of resignation was read effective July 31, 1957. Frank Moultan, as additional member 01 the Playpfound Comm., appointment was approved. . A fee of $25.00 per block, for dust capping the streets was agreed on by the Council. Overmeyer Drive to be dust cap by the City. 20 building permits granted One building permit rejected. W. C. McDougal building permit was granted on the approval of the Board of Adjustment. It was moved and seconded that the City Council recommends to the Board of Adjustment that all appeals be published in both local papers. Resolution approving lease of park property to Dwight Cook for a miniature' golf course was passed and adopted. No bids were received for the house & garage the City had advertised for sale. Work order for a Pneumatic Roller for the Street Dept. was Issued to the Algona Welding Works. Supt. of Public Impr. was authorized to fix pumping station located at Main and Elm at his own discretion. 14 cigarette permits were granted. General Government Fund Dr. Cameron C Shierk, salary __$ 150.00 David A. Smith, salary 129.60 Albert Boekelman, salary 39.10 U. S. Post Office, Box Rent 6.00 Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., legal publication & supplies . 35.50 League of Iowa Municipalities, Membership Fee 105.00 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., services 34.00 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, salary 140.36 Albert Pergande, salary 123 94 AIR CONDITIONING-TEMPERATURES MADE TO ORDER-AT NEW LOW COST. GET A DEMONSTRATION! CHEVROLET BEST IN TRANSCONTINENTAL ECONOMY TEST! In a conclusive test, sanctioned and certified by the NATA,* Chevrolet proved that it costs least to operate of the three lead- •ing low-priced cars tested! Traveling from Los Angeles to New York, Chevrolet recorded up to 17% greater fuel-economy and lower total cost for the trip! Still, Chevrolet's ability to save big hardly comes as a surprise. Its economy is as traditional as its craftsmanship and solid construction. You take for granted Chevy's low operating costs, just as you've come to expect its fine finishing touches and careful attention to details—advantages the other low-priced cars can't quite seem to match. Worth a trip to your Chevrolet dealer's? No question about it* CHEVROLET MORE PEOPLE DRIVE CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR Waiional Automatic Titling Asmialu* DON'T BUY ANY CAR BEFORE YOU DRIVE A CHEVY... US BEST SHOWROOM IS THE ROAR wvy'« V8 got tix mo* ton via/try ytBm Glenn F. Burtis, salary 129i03 Richard Frambach, salary 101.51 Raymond W. Mefzen Jr., salary _ 98.45 Donald Prew, salary 127.95 Darald D. Skllling, salary 88.87 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 69.60 (•torthwettern Bell Tele. Co., services 16.50 Buscher Bros., Utility tractor _. 2400 00 Algona Ins. Agency, Add'l. prem. 13.'78 Taylor Implement Co.,. repairs 29.43 Botsford Lumber Co., repairs 4.08 Public Safety Fund Albert Boekelman, Salary 150.15 Richard H. Groen, salary 142.12 Ernest W. Hutchinson, Salary .. 145.12 Peter C. Jorgenson, Salary 138.12 Kenneth J. McBrlde, Salary' -123.99 William I. Ankenbauer, Salary . 124.85 James A. Voigr, Salary 114.85 Ira Kohl. Salary 20.00 Ralph Elbert, Salary ,__ 10.00 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 69.40 Trust & Agency Fund, Police pension deductions 10.43 Mid-Iowa Industrial Supply,, Supplies 78.07 Gene's Radio & Television, repair 17.30 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., services 17 50 Ira Kohl, expense 23^40 Sanitation Fund Chester H. Schultz, Salary 229.68 Reakus Helmers, Labor 8.48 Riener Helmers, Labor 11.31 George Welg Jr., Labor 7.41 Albert Baal, Salary 163.63 Mrs. Courtney, Salary 65.82 James A. Egll, Salary 148.95 Fred Gronbach, Salary 99.65 Dr. F E. Sawyer, rent 45.00 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 48.70 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., services 22.50 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., legal publ. , _ 66.63 Collins, Thompson & Willis, services . 6.00 Victor M. Parsons, expense for comfort station 5.00 Harris Janitor Supply Co., supplies 9.50 James Egli, expense 59 70 Minneapolis Honeywell Regulator Co., repairs 23.74 Inertol Co., Inc., paint 17.55 Zep Manufacturing Corp.. supplies 50.44 P. R. Irons, repairs & labor 53.81 Coast to Coast Stores, supplies -. 1.35 Standard Oil Co., DDT & Malathlon _, 7,68.24 Recreation Fund Arthur B Olson, salary 51.12 James H. Geelan, salary 48,82 Marilyn Seller, salary 34.10 Howard Stephenson. salary 108.32 Donald J. Cook, salary 99.90 William C. Dewel. salary - 46.06 Jackie VanderWaal, salary 68.20' Marcla Stlllman, salary 34.10 Marilyn Lowman, salary 68.20 Jill Clapsaddle, salary 68.20 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 82.00 Northwestern Bell Tele Co., services 21.00 Wallace & Tiernan Inc., repairs . 55.63 Coast To. Coast Stores, supplies 2.40 Waterite Co., supplies 135.00 Thompson-Hayward Chemical Co., Chlorine 117.38 Thermogas Co. of Algona, ther- mogas 13,00 Diamond Surplus, playground equipment 22.80 Debt Service Iowa I State Bank, interest 77.50 Airport Fund Algona Municipal Utilities, water 3.00 Miller Steel Bldg. Co, heater .. 174.40 Parking Meters Raymond J. Krebs, Salary „ 141,26 Nancy Sands, Salary 87.68 Iowa Stats Bank, withholding tax 29.4 Trust & Agency Fund, Police Pension . j.g Rosine T. Wolter, Agent,' Roach Estate purchased 4720.0 Rosine T. Wolter, Agent, /.insurance . _ s.5( Published In the Kossuth Count Advance, Algona, Iowa, July 16 fc873 mita bteri Qw?7 fiofetae vUb low wt operating 001^ t ^ < Ooly &ttD(ihi8§3 Gbsfiofet dfiitew ^SSl^^D^^^ display t^ 8 fflmnua See Four ZiceLwIttt&oi'ifled Chevrolet Dealer Municipal Utilities UTILITIES A meeting of the Boerd of Trogtew of the Algowa Municipal,.utilities was held in the C»y Hall, fifty pi Algona. , Ju,ly 5, 1857, at 3;»Q o'cla« „ Present were: M- ftwi& R. McQuiston, TVJsmes fefter, end Ira Kohl, Se»»Uuw. ' Absent was Allen K. Buchanan. M. Joseph Bradley was name act w Fresj^ttt v gf. ; tfce B<ja Trustees for a two year tens, July 1, 1967, ft JBoiWtt fc» »fe. , seconded by fimtfiiv. that the voucher* payable Tse approved and * ut * e £« |MI1 $ w 4 *»ffl»d. Motion . All 3991 David Hutchlns, award* _______ $ 28.00 Gretchtn "2en«j*, aWtfflJs ...... * fj.OD David PasMSwrt, awards . ....... lo.OO Stf. Rc 1L p * y ?"U ............. 1.788.27 Milton Bllytu, labor ........ • 18090 Mervln Hentffes. labor ........ 10863 Harvey Peelpw, labor „ Ernst Thlel, lat>6r ....... Soc. Sec. Fund, -soe. sec. tax ..... .J 1 . _______ . ___ 1S7 49 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax _____ — ... 978 on North Central Pub." Serf ........ Co., gas bills _________ _ _____ 4.821.32 Diesel Ser Co., supple* ......2,287.94 Socony Moba Oil Co., sufaplle*.. 871.11 Minneapolis-Honeywell Reg Co. sirpfjllW ........... w 5.88 GeneraL.Elec. Supp. Co., supplies ----------- . ........... n.36 Ind. Towel & Uniform Ser.. supplies ....... ........ . 5.90 Iowa Elec. Supp. CO.. supplies.- 147.21 X- er K; Du J' ll I Co " ""PP 11 " ..... 16229 Northland Elec. Supp. Co., supplies . ...................... 87.oo Graybar Eler. Co.. supplies ____ 8.48 Theo. B. Robertson Products Co.. Inc., supplies ..... _______ 3094 Norton Machine Works, supplies 12.46 Algona Machine Shop, supplies 3 94 Cook's Welders Supp.. supplies _________ ..... _______ 4so WiltRen Jewelers, supplies ____ a'.57 Jack's Tire Ser., supplies ____ 3.24 Robert Deal, ser .......... 1200 Wnter Dept .............. . ....... 480.40 George's Body Shop. ser. ..;... 40.00 Hopkins Sup. Ser., ser. _______ 2.00 Allen K. Buchanan, salary ____ 25.00 C. R. McQuiston, salary _________ 2500 M. Joseph Bradley, salary ..... . 25.00 Credit Ser. Bureau, ser. ______ 630 Advance Pub. Co., supp. and legals --------- ........... . 48.48 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., supp and legals ......... . 7.84 Don Bocken Supply Co., supp. ________________________ 9480 N. W. Bell Tele. Co.. service ... 50.44 Thompson DlsT. Co., supp ______ 2.40 Wafer Fund C. M. St. P. & P. R. R. Co., freight ........................ 890.80 Pay Roll, pay roll .............. 328.41 Walter Peterson, labor .. ...... 148.44 Reiner Helmers, labor __________ 94.25 Reakus Helmers, labor _________ 94.25 George Welg, labor _____________ 72.57 Norman Gade, labor ___________ 44 67 Ernst Thiel, labor .... _________ 41.60 Lee M. Hatcher, services „, ___ 347.00 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax . ..... ____________ 23.70 Soc. Sec. Fund, soc. sec tax ____ 38.89 Thompson Hayward Chemical Co., supp ----------------- 19.13 Wallace Tiernan Inc., supp ____ 4.98 Leighton Supp. Co., supp _____ 135.44 American Cast Iron Pipe Co., Pipe .......................... 4,105.39 Sebastian Diesel Eqpt., supp. ......................... 994,36 Iowa Valve Co., supp ___ _______ S43.09 Thermogas Co. of Algona. supp 2.00 Botsford Lumber Co.. supp ____ 2.50 Kohlhaas Hardware, supp _____ 8.46 Elec. Dept ........... . .......... 1,480.96 Deposit Fund James Fett et al, refund _____ 40.00 A resolution was approved and adopted, accepting and approving the Contract with North Central Tree Service, Dated June 17. 1957. and the performance bond of the North Central Tree Service with the Fidelty and Casualty Company of New York, as surety, in the amount of $119,844.75. The salary of Milo Kollasch was set at $330.00 per month. July 18, 1957, was set as a date for receiving bids on installation of water mains to serve the Weldenhoft" Corp. Next meeting date was set for July 18, 1957, at 7:30 o'clock P. M. Meeting Adjourned. /s/Ira Kohl Secretary /s/ M. Joseph Bradley President of the Board. Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper IS OUR SPECIALTY Cook's STANDARD OIL SHOP THEHE? WHY, OF COURSE, where else would I go to find the right kind of individual attention for everything I need? Thuente's is a place where I always find the service I like. 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