The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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Swim Lesson Sign-Up Here This Weekend The Red Cross Swimming lesson program, sponsored and paid for by the Algona recreation department, will begin June 21. All children five years and up who desire to take advantage of this program must sign up for the lessons this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 17, 18 and 19, from 9 a.m. until noon at the pool. Children are asked to sign up at this time and not during the normal pool hours. Please try to cooperate with this procedure. The lessons will be given three times a week for three weeks. Again the lessons will be divided into two groups with those whose last name falls between A and L in the first three weeks beginning June 21, and H thru Z beginning July 19. Exception to the alphabet arrangement will be made if possible, so if your vacation conflicts, please check at the pool when signing up. Adult lessons will begin along with family night Wednesday, June 23. Adults need not sign up, but will be arranged in classes June 23 at 7 p.m. Couple Weds June 5 At Wesley Church WESLEY - Barbara Lynn Montag, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Montag, was married to Gene Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hunt of Redfield June 5 at 11 a.m. by Father R. W. Phillips in St. Joseph's Catholic church. They were attended by her sister, Karen Montag, and his brother, Jerry Hunt. A dinner was served at the Johnson House in Algona to a large group of relatives and friends. Following a short wedding trip they returned to Cedar Falls where both are attending summer school and majoring in music. They will attend the college next year, also. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Armen Adolf of Adrian, Minn, spent June 7-8 with his sister, Mrs. Wm. Martinek and husband. Dick Jongewaard of Wheaton College spent several days at his parental Dr. Jongewaard home recently. He has gone to Detroit, Mich, where he is employed. Mrs. Alice Hill and Mrs. Urban Lickteig attended a pink and blue shower for Mrs. Marilyn Hughes in her home at Clear Lake Tuesday evening. Library board met June 7 with Myrtle Lease. 10 members were present. Treasurer Clara Erdman reported purchasing 52 new books since the last meeting and the receipt of 120 books donated by Mrs. Chas. Vestrum and family. Wesley township 4-H club held their annual picnic in the city park June 8. Their parents were guests. An inspection of livestock projects was held that morning. Mrs. Ruth Ricke, Roseann and Henry took Joan to Iowa. City June 4 where she enrolled in summer school for an art course. They went on to Davenport where they spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Jones. Enroute home, they visited the Jack Nelsons and a new daughter at Ames. Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Vestrum, Jack Robinson and Mrs. Olive Erdman took Diane Robinson to the Mason City airport Tuesday, June 8 where she took a plane for Omaha, to spend the night with her uncle and family, the Darrel Erdman's, then continued her trip via air to Tempe, Arizona where she will attend summer school at the State College. She graduated lately from the Corwith-Wesley high school. Mrs. Helen McFatridge of Cedar Rapids, Doyle Strassberry of Davenport and Mrs. Lee Watham of Davenport spent Friday Real Estate Transfers Be In Style! —010 TROUSIR5 TAPIRI0 & PLEATS REMOVED. -AU IAOIES AND MfN'S CLOTHING ALTERED AND REPAIRED. MODERN DRY CLEANERS and TAILORS Phone 295-5277 , • * Algona Anderson, Edwin V. & Sylvia N., Duane G. ADelores Anderson to Melvin & Evelyn Frette 6-7-65 W 1/2 NW frl 1/4 & W 1/2 E 1/2 NW frl 1/4 12-100-29. Bohannon, Lloyd S. & Burnetta to D. & M. Inc. 6-8-65 S 4 rds. of E. 8 rds. of Lot 5 of A. P OF E 3/4 of NE 1/4 NE 1/4 11-95-29. Faber, Leslie C. & Adra M. to Keith S. Strayer et ux 6-7-65 That pt. of SE 1/4 SW 1/4 desc. as see rec.; 1-95-29. Gies, William J. Jr. & Alice J. to Donald E. Ludwig et ux 6-1-65 Orig. Plat Lot 1 blk 40; Algona. Hannover, Dale W. & Trudy to J. A. Mather 6-7-65 Exc. E. 9' 0. P. lot 4 blk 1; Whittemore. Harms, Carl & Harmka to Jerald E. Harms 6-2-65 Way's Add. lot 8 blk 26 N 1/2 Way's Add. Exc. see rec.; lot 7 blk 26; Titonka. Hurst; Ray & Maude to Edwin M. Blair et ux 6-3-65 W 1/2 S 1/2 Howard's First Add. lot 2 blk 2 (exc. W. 65') Swea City. Johnson, Minnie Hatteberg, sgl. to Rose Kraft, sgl. 6-2-65 W ISC' of E 300* of pt. of Depot Grounds of C & NW Railway Co. in SE 1/4 NE 1/4 desc. as see rec.; 13-97-30. Kiilsholm, Fidelia E. & Karl E. to Joseph A. Skow 6-3-65 Undiv. int. in NE 1/4 SW 1/4 28-96-27. Isebrand, John B. & Anna to Harmka & Carl Harms 6-7-65 Isebrand's Add. Titonka lot 1 Behrends, Richard & Marian to Rose Kraft, sgl. 6-2-65 W ISC' of E. 300' of pt. of Depot Grounds of C & NW RW Co. in SE 1/4 NE 1/4 desc. as see record; 13-97-30. Baum, Willard Exec.; Glendon, Exec, to Willard & Esther Baum 6-3-65 SW 1/4 9-100-27; (Estate of Rudolph C. Baum). The Handy Family By Lloyd Birmingham ITS A SHAME TVMT^ CONT WORBV, THESE 6ARBA6E I CORA, I'VE CANS SPOIL THE / FI6URED ^ APPEARANCE OF X OUT A WAV ^ THIS CORNER BV ) TO HIDE THE 6ARASE L THOSE CAr4S/ night, June 11, with their sister, Mrs. Elof Pearson and husband. Saturday, she accompanied them on a trip to Eagle River, near Anchorage, Alaska to spend 3 weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Vic Burgess who teach school there. Mrs. Burgess is a daughter of Mrs. McFatridge.Mrs.Pearsons mother, Mrs. E. F. Stansberry of Mt. Vernon, is staying in the Pearson home. Mrs. Everett Ackerson has been housebound and under a doctor's care for several weeks due to a severe back ailment. Mrs. L. S. Koppen went to Rochester, Minn. June 16 for a check-up at a hospital there. Her daughter, Mrs. Ervin Wiltgen of Algona, took her. Prairie Neighbors Club met June 8 with Nell Frimml. Mrs. Ella Hanig was assistant hostess. The ladies held a display of hand-made center-pieces. Mrs. Vic Loebig was brought home June 4 from WestviewRest Home, Britt, where she had been several days following her release from the Britt hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz took their son Paul to Mason City June 8, where he enrolled in Hamilton Business College. Mrs. Helen Johnson accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Pearly Haynes and family of El Paso, Texas are expected soon for a 2-day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Haynes. Rev. and Mrs. H. U. Smith and nine women attended the 25th anniversary observance of the Women's Society of the Methodist church at Corwith June 8. They were the Mesdames Jno Paulson, C. Nygaard, Maureen Harr, Otto Henderson, Carl Johnson, P. C. Haynes, Richard Madsen, Olive Erdman, and Veva Lease. The program was followed by lunch. Rev. Smith serves both the Wesley and Corwith churches. Mr, and Mrs. Dave Rasmus and family moved recently from the Britt area into the house on a farm west of Wesley that was lately vacated by Mrs. Charlotte Hirner. Mr, Rasmus has been employed the past several years at Bauer Implement Co. and has commuted to Wesley. Debbie, 16 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer, left by plane Saturday for Danville, Cal. to spend the summer with her sister and family, the Dr. Will Clements. Mrs. August (Hazel) Studer entered St. Ann hospital, Algona, Wednesday and on Thursday had an appendectomy, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cambra and children of Redwood Valley, Calif, are spending several weeks visiting her sister, Mrs. Frankilin Fox and family in Wesley, her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baade in Titonka and other relatives in this area. Mr. and Mrs, Francis Anderson of Humboldt were guests in the Fox home Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Fox report a new granddaughter, Pamela Marie, born June 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fox of Hoi- yoke, Mass, He is stationed at an Air Force base there and this is their first child, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Munn and sons of Newman Grove, Nebr. spent the June 6 weekend in the Tb CONCEAL THE. GAMA&£ CANS DAD BUILT A SMAU L-SHAPED FENCE WHICH EXTENDED ABOUT 6" HI6HER THAN THE CAN6 ... parental Frank Fox home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Valberg, Mary and Ruth of Vienna, S. Dak. and Mrs. Carl Seaberg of Clark, S, Dak. were overnight guests June 4 of the George Seabergs. They were enroute to Ames to attend the wedding of Ronald Burr and Elizabeth Crocker June 5. Others who attended the wedding from Wesley included the Louis Simpsons, George and Dwight Seabergs, and the Joseph Skows. After the wedding a Silver Wedding party was held in Des Moines at the Burr home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Valberg. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Seaberg stayed overnight in Ames with the Philip Seabergs. " Dorothy Seaberg and Karen Valberg, De Kalb, m., were guests at the George Seaberg home June 6-7 enroute to Clark, S. Dak. to visit relatives. Mrs. Louis Simpson accompanied them for a 3-day visit. AHS Sophs Post 5-1 Win Over Eagle Grove The Algona freshmen-sophomore baseball team won its first game of the season at Eagle Grove Monday, 5-1. Craig Taylor did a good job on the hill for the Bullpups, scattering five Eagle hits. Algona scored single runs in the first, second and seventh innings Pederson, Hagen, Taylor, Perkins, Roeber and Ludwig each collected a hit in the winning effort. Council Minutes The City Council met June 9, 1965, with Mayor Finn and the following Council members; Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Cook. Absent: Baldus & Peirce. Minutes of last meeting were approved. E. Baldus letter of resignation from the Council was read and accepted. Howard Miller was elected to fill the unexpired term of Council-at-large which was caused by the resignation of E. Baldus. Mr. L. Winkel came before the council concerning sidewalk grade at his residence, The matter was referred to the street committee to report back at the next council meeting, Mr. McGuire, Mrs. Gotten and Mr. Neilsen came before the council concerning children crossing State Street at the wading pool area. This was referred to the Police Dept. John McClure of McClure Engineering firm of Ft, Dodge, la. visited with the council on establishing a 5-year street program. No action taken. Authorized fire chief and six members of the fire department to attend fire school at Ames, la, Class B beer permit was approved for the Johnson House, Liquor permit for the Johnson House was approved. Following cigarette permits were approved: Diagonal Grocery, Honsbruch Rexall Drug, Larry's Recreation, Thuente Pharmacy, and the Johnson House. Authorised the city attorney to submit at the next council meeting for adoption an ordinance eliminating the stop signs on Call street at the intersection of Dodge street and to Install a stop sign on Dodge street at the south Intersection of Dodge and Call street. Authorized the police department to buy decal machine. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. SMITH, City Clerk APPROPRIATION RESOLUTION #1127 thurtday, Jun« 17, 1961 AI 8 ona (lo.) Upptr DM Moln*«-7 GENERAL Finn, Salary. Smith, Salary Sands, Salary la. State Bank, Whold. . . . Ricklefs-Geelan, Ins. . . . Advance Pub., Publishing. Arwell, Rat Control .... L, Ashland, Fly Bomb. . . W. Finn, Court Costs. . .. Mason Cy. Blueprint, Plan Holders UDM Publishing, Publishing. STREET Burtis, Salary Frambach, Salary Helmers, Salary S. Hardy, Labor Lashbrook, Salary Pergande, Salary Prew, Salary Wibben, Salary la. State Bank, Whold. ... Ricklefs-Geelan, Ins. . . . Algona Tree Service, Tree Work Barclay Co., Electrodes. Greenberg Auto, Fluid. . Hilton's, Tires & Hose. . , Ft. Dodge Towel Serv., Towels Reding's Gravel & Exc., Services ROAD USE TAX 112.50 220.24 118.78 43.90 14.12 .81.71 . 23.00 . 6.95 117.00 14.40 13,24 140.80 139.65 142.64 27,77 187.59 205.79 181.13 135.28 117.60 39.80 165.00 . 3.35 . 4.73 , 85.30 , 2.50 962.50 Arnold Motor, Repairs. ... 28.25 Hilton's, Repairs 22.21 Laing's, Labor 28.50 Reding's Gravel & Exc., Services 116.25 Standard Oil, Diesel. . . . 31.09 Taylor Motor, Repairs. . . 2.08 Welp & McCarten, Rock Chips 97.67 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 352.32 Bulten, Salary 213.62 Gerdes, Salary 189.62 Hutchison, Salary 246.24 Jorgenson, Salary 249.60 Rasmussen, Salary 225.23 Voigt, Salary 194.90 Iowa State Bank, Whold. . 199.60 Trust & Agency, Pension. . 20.56 Ricklefs-Geelan, Ins. . . . 103.34 Arnold Motor, Supplies. . . 8.89 A. Boekelman, Expenses. . 23.48 Bradley Equipment, Tires & Repairs 31.70 City Clerk, Adv. Cash. . .. 12.57 Electronic Spec., Repairs 78.30 Greenbergs, Supplies 42.74 Percival Motors, Serv. . .. 15.80 Taylor Motors, Car Keys. . 6.15 Hilton's, Gas & Service. .. 27.48 Algona Fire Dept., Services 368.00 Benson's Welding, Labor.. 13.44 Cook's Welders, Sup 20.10 Ralph Elbert, Labor and Exp 55.60 SANITATION Wallace & Holland, Engineering Services. ... 767.39 East End Foundry, Intake Covers 70.00 Reding's Gravel & Exc., Services 40.00 Coast-to-Coast, Bulbs. . 1.00 City Clerk, Adv. Oash. . . 5.09 Arnold Motor, Repairs. . 1.10 Greenberg's, Hose 1.80 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary 147.76 Lemkee, Salary 213.51 la. State Bank, Whold. .. 25,60 Ricklefs-Geelan, Ins. . . 14.12 Algona Flour & Feed, Seed 10.50 Algona Implement, Supplies 30,53 Big Bear Stores, Sup. . . 7.49 Chemco Co., Sup 314.70 Greenberg's, Repairs. . 2.08 Jack's O. K., Repairs. . 1.25 Pratt Electric, Serv. . . 6.50 RECREATION Boldridge, Salary 97.02 D. Barr, Salary 34.65 P, Conn, Salary 29,22 B. Cooper, Salary 69,65 la. State Bank, Whold. . . 10.40 Benson's Welding, Rep. , . 25,74 Carson's, Paint 754.78 City of Estherville, Lamp Globes, 18,00 Bernard Cooper, Painting 253.40 Water Cond, Service, Diving Board 272,50 Algona C, of C,, Schedules. ......... 7.95 City Clerk, Adv. Cash. , 11.94 Greenberg's, Supplies, , 13,49 Frederick Hdwe., Sup. , . 4.04 Advance Pub,, Publishing 26.12 DEBT SERVICE Mrs, M, F. Coonan, Interest, PARKING METER 31,00 Groen, Salary. ....... . 268.43 Nauholz, Salary, 67,04 la. State Bank, Whold. . ,. 46.40 Trust & Agency, pension,. 3,32 Ricklefs-Geelan, Ins. ... 14.12 TRUST & AGE NCY B. EgU, Pension,Tvr.77 75.00 TOje gUgona Upper jltotm* Kossuth County's Only Photo-Offset Newspaper Winner of 34 State and National Awards In Past Ten Years BETTER PICTURES MORE NEWS MORE FEATURES I ONE-STOP SERVICE •w • Newspaper Advertising Either Tuesday or Thursday Commercial Printing Letterpress or Offset !; | f OFFICE EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES TYPEWRITERS - ADDING MACHINES ACROSS FROM THE BIG FREE CITY PARKING LOT IN ALGONA V W ALGONA • IOWA MtiMBER tt» NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION IOWA PRESS ASSOCIATION MINNESOTA EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION Back in 1863, an ox team hauled a printing press to the tiny village of Algona. between the east and west fork of the Des Moines river m Northern Iowa. Thus started the first newspaper in north central Iowa—The Upper Des Moines—taking its name from the large land area described as Upper Des Moines country by the early settlers. Serving Iowa's largest county, this newspaper has a greater circulation in its area than any other publication of any type, daily, weekly or monthly. T i

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