The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 22, 1965 · Page 6
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6—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinej Thursday, July 22, 1965 BROTHER WEDS Mrs. Phil Diamond has returned from Chicago where slip attended the wedding July 11 .if her brother Bernard Stein ami Lenore Goldhlatt. She WAS house guest of her mother, Mrs. .Tern Stein. SHOWER HOSTESS Mrs. Robert Drej-pr went to Austin, Minn. Wednesday to attend and act as one of the hostesses at a shower for the fiancee of her nephew, Gary Davidson, who is to be married August 10. Other hostesses were Mrs. Joe Davidson and Mrs. Emma Oldenberg. - o - WED 4 5 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldenberg of Austin, Minn., observed their forty-fifth wedding anniversary Sunday and had as guests members of the family. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dreyer, son-in-law and daughter of the honorees. - o - PLAY 500 Mrs. John Dutton entertained her 500 club Wednesday evening. High score prize was won by Rose Sigsbee, low by Mrs. Elizabeth Post and the travel prize went to Mrs. Harold Hobson. - o CLUB LUNCHEON Mrs. Ed Wolcott and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey were hostesses at the ladies luncheon at Algona Country Club July 14. Winners were Mesdames V. C. Smith, W. E. Hawcott and R. 0. Bjustrom. Gl'KvST HAY, PLUM CRKKK The Plum Cieok women club met July 15 at the Plum Crook Center School. Hostesses u'ere Rose Ann Schmidt, Klla Hutchins and Mary Kain. Nineteen momliors and nine pucsts \vero present. Jean Ben- sclioter pave tin 1 openinp number, a Reading. Marilyn Pact?, played two mim- l>ers on the piano and Florence Kain showed pictures she had taken from their trips to Oregon. New Club Ixioks were handed out. The next meeting will lx> in Sept. with Maude Jergenson. SHOWERHONOREE Mrs. RolK-rt Rledel gave a personal shower Monday evening, July 12, for Beverly Bachman, whose marriage to Jerry Gade will take place August 29. Guests were Mesdames Doris Gregory, Marvel Sherman, Bea Beisell, Joan Nielson, ArdisLande, Chloe Sheakley, IrmaBunkofske, Elizabeth Helmke and the Misses Delrae Kemna and Gene Rock. - o - SON IS 1 0 The tenth birthday of Jimmy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rledel, was observed July G at Mr. and Mrs. Hartwick Jensen's near West Bend. His parents were also guests. - o - TENTH BIRTHDAY Mrs. Ted Chrlschllles gave a party Friday in celebration of the tenth birthday of her son, Gene. Guests were Rex Post, Gallon Carson, Mickey Anderson, Mike Moulton and David Chrischilles. City Council Gets Yearly \ •> Reports, Works On Budget In preliminary budget planning.., last Wednesday evening, the jglty council heard reports from the various city commissions and committee. Anticipated expenditures for the 1966 swimming pool season total $8,345; playground activities, $3,300; band, $1,800, parks, $25,600; library, $24,100; and airport, $4,450; with the total of requests set at $67,501. Gary McDonald and Roger Phillips presented a request tor an ingress to a sewer line tor their adjoining properties northwest of the Good Samaritan Home. Study was delegated to the committee on sewers and grades: Stan Muckey, chairman, James Andreason and Howard Miller. A cigarette license was approved for the Viking Oil Company, and beer license to National Foods. A letter from the Northwest . Public Service Company was read, which requested permission to build a tower which would enable the company to establish two-way radio contact with its trucks. The tower would be erected in the center of the roof of the company's present building. Total height would be 90 feet above the ground. The tower itself would be 50 feet high. The request was tabled, pending further investigation. In a report for the library commission, T. H. Chrischilles stated that circulation this past year was about 5,000, which is an increase of 1,728. He reported that 263 children are participating in the reading program. The commission would like to make Algona the focal point in a county project to establish a county library. Twenty-six counties in the state now have this type of program. Frank Moulton, chairman, reported in regard to the swimming pool program. Over 500 are participating in the swimming lessons,, which are in two sessions daily. LuVerne is the only other town in the county which is making use of the Algona Pool. The pool now employs six guards. The pay for girl guards is set at $35 in their first year, with men in their first year at $40. Other pay schedules for guards is set at $50, and the top salary at $75. Mr. Moulton also reported that the number participating in the playground program has doubled. There are now 11 girls managing the handicraft program, of which three are hired. High school boys-participate in baseball and volley*'ball at Bryant, Lucia Wallace, and Bertha Godfrey schools. At the high school athletic park, high school student Don Smith has constructed a tlifee-hoI6£olf course, and the participants in the program learn golf on the parking lot near the Athletic Field. Art Olson has been hired at about $60 per week to manage this program. In a report for the airport commission, chairman Ted Herbst stated that a federal government refund of over $600 is still pending. A number of acres adjacent to the port are now under lease for the growing of crops on a five-year term. This lease will be terminated on March 1, I960, and the airport commission is considering the possibility of leasing this land oa a bid basis and cash rental program. Tlif haiifur spare is now filled, and it has IT on necessary for owners of two planes to leave their rraft outdoors. The commission is considerinp erectinr a new hangar, with a capacity of alxnit 4520 feet. No floor would lx> necessary, but they feel that they do need a cover for pianos. A discussion took place in regard to the dump, with further study decider!. This included a discussion of the feasibility of a land-fill program and elim- ation of the burnim: of trash. A work meeting on the total budget was sot for Wednesday evening July 21. 29 Vehicles Are Registered In Past Week Sales of new motor vehicles to Kossuth county residents totaled 29 last week, according to records at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt.Owners are: Chevrolet - 1.. H. Lappe, Lakota, truck; D. C. Behrikendorf, Bancroft, truck; F. R. Gronbach, LuVerne; J. J. Jensen, Lone Hock; James or Mary Oliver, Bancroft; Garrigan high school, Algona; and W. M. Elbert, Whittemore. Ford - H. E. Dontje, Swea City; M. C. Paulson, Lakota; W. L. Doocy, Bancroft; Richard or Patricia Moen, Algona; L. N. Schiltz, Bancroft; M. J. Hardt, Swea City; and Thomas or Erva Schuller, Whittemore. Dodge -Hilton'sSinclairServ., Algona, pickup; G. H. Powers, Algona. CMC - Glenn Culbertson or Joyce Graham, Algona, pickup. Plymouth - R. J. Waldera, Algona; J. L. Guy, LuVerne; V. N. or Jeanette Heesch; Kendall or Beverly Weiland, Wesley. Pontlac - Schultz Bros., Algona; R. J. or Shirley Kemna, Algona; and J. C. Higgs, Algona. Mercury - C. E. Swanson, Lu- Verne; and D. R. Clapper, Lakota. Chrysler - O. B. Harmes, Algona. Bulck - Roy Ehrhardt, Swea City. Honda - J. L. Reid, Algona. Win Prizes Here Ann Milder, Louis Bleich, Terry Byam and Jerry Leaneagh, all of Algona, and Bob Mogler of Whittemore, were winners of special prizes given over the weekend at Chuck Behr's Standard Service, in conjunction with his second anniversary. Ninety- dozen doughnuts were also consumed by visitors during the three-day event, which featured the appearance of Paul Bunyan. Win Silver Ray Gerdes of Algona and F. C. Soderberg of Burt were winners of 91-plece silver sets in Schultz Brothers' 25th anniversary drawing. Their names were drawn from hundreds of persons who registered at the gas station and garage during the anniversary celebration. BUDGET ESTIMATE School District Nolle*i—The Board of Director! of Algona Community School District, Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet August 11, 1963, at 7:30 P.M., at Algona High School Bid*., Room 161. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1, IBM. and ending June 30, 1906. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be avaUable at the hearing. Vaughn K. Rising, District Secretary, a ** General 741,806 783,706 667,138 6.000 133.810 789,688 Sub-Total 741,508 793,706 867,138 5,000 132,610 789,688 Old Axe Bur. Ins. (Fed.) 18,629 19,009 85,000 Pub. Emps. Ret. (State) 16,390 18,804 80,000 TOTAL— General Fund 776,585 830.615 918,138 8.000 138,510 774,628 School Site_^_.._.... Schoolhouse (Voted) 30 1.025 (Special 3!a Mill Voted) Bonds & Interest . 71.204 70.010 68,643 68.843 TOTAI— All Purposes 847.759 901.950 980.981 5.000 132.510 643.471 Secretary's balance July 1. 1965. | 65,534.28 + 190.000.00 — Securities 4- 1.472.41 — encumbered payroll 1. GENERAL FUND »257,00<1.69 3. Less Balance Reserved $252.006.69 (252,006.69 Net Unencumbered Balance (G. T) *» 5.000.00 SCHOOL HOUSE FUND $ 33.469.65 60.000.00 — Invested Securities Est. tax per $1.000.00 assessed value $ 47.38 (i 2.5 null voted) Number of persons of school age 2.955 Taxable valuation. 1W64 -$ 17.456.653 Money* and Credits. 1S64 $ 2.867.977 fe^MS&MS liiliii IS HEREBV GIUEil ZENDERS PURVEYORS OF FINE MERCHANDISE NOW HAS IN PROGRESS A COLOSSAL SUMMER CLEARANCE X. ALL MERCHANDISE FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK — NOTHING BROUGHT IN SPECIAL FOR THIS SALE! ^ STRAW HATS Vt OFF Short Sleeve Sport Shirts^i WERE • NOW _ '3.00 '4.00 '5.00 '5.95 i <.. !H.:iU 209 '2.79 $ 3.49 4.19 SUMMER WEIGHT SPORT 20% off MEN'S SWIM SUITS BROKEN SIZES !/3 OFF SUMMER SLACKS '8.95 6.68 '9.95 . '7.88 '10.95 '8.88 '14.95 '11.88 Sweaters ODD SIZES 30% Off Bermuda Shorts 1/3 OFF MEN'S SUMMER Values From $49.60 Values From $55.00 Values To $65.00 .. SUITS '38 •44 '48 BERMUDA LENGTH SUMMER PAJAMAS Cotton or Dacron & Cotton 20% Off BOYS Lightweight JACKETS $li« 6 - 20 BUY NOW FOR BACK TO SCHOOL Vt OFF • Special Rack • BOYS Sport Coats CLOSE OUT on Slzti 6 thru 9 $11.95 VALUES NOW BOYS Bermudas BROKEN SIZES Va OFF BOYS SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS & KNIT SHIRTS 30% off BOYS A SWIM SUITS Vt OFF DON'T WAIT — TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE TRULY FINE SAVINGS NOW! QUALITY MENS & BOYS CLOTHING QUALITY MENS & BOYS CLOTHING

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