The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 2, 1965 · Page 8
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tiwnnfiiiiiffinTO AROUND ALGONA TOM STULL, former Alponan and now of California, in a recent visit to Algrma presented a number of items to thp Kossuth County Historic.*] Society, which included a spinning wheel and reel for winding yarn; also a carder. Thesp have been in his family since the days of the Revolution. These items are now on display in the rooms above the S & L store. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Seely spent Thanksgiving with her sister, Mrs. Carl Anderson, Wahoo, Nebr. They were joined there by their son, Victor, for the day. He is now stationed at Fort Riley, Kansas. Their daughter, Kendra, student at Northwest Missouri State College at Maryville, spent the weekend here and returned to school Sunday. YOUNG REPUBLICANS 21 to 40 who wish to attend the "Salute to Jack Miller" testimonial dinner at 6:30 p. m. Dec. 10, at Des Moines, may purchase tickets for $5 from Andy Cotteii. Teenage tickets are $2, according to Dr. Gotten. Regular tickets for $50 a plate plus two balcony seats at Veterans Memorial Auditorium can be purchased from Angus Cotton, Hugh Black, Jerry Shey, Lucille Everds, Jack Limbaugh, Bill Conn, Al Agena, Everett Barr, Lois Strohman, Leo Cassel, Lou Nitchals, Dutch Honsbruch or Karl Kiilsholm. THE GOODWILL truck will bo in Algona next Monday. Items are to be brought to the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey, 819 So. Minnesota, before that date. -60 TH- Mr. and Mrs. Stoffer VanDyke of Ackley observed their 60th wedding anniversary Nov. 21 at an open house given by their eight children in Ackley. The couple has 17 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. -30- The Rev. Herman J. Dries, 90, oldest active priest in the Sioux City Diocese of the Roman Catholic church, died Nov. 14. Rev. Dries had served as pastor of St. Mary's church at Wllley since 1929. HOSPITAL NEWS Nov. 21 - Dismissed: Mrs. Gary Davis and baby; Mrs. Christinp Nielsen, Algona. Nov. 22 - Admitted: Brian and Bruce Schmidt, Ottosen, medical; David Merry-man, Algona, fracture ; \v. H. Hic.klefs, Titonka, accident; Mrs. Margaret Haubach, Algona, medical; dismissed: Nicholas Wagner, Algona ; Kennpth Schlltz, Bancroft. Nov. 23 - Admitted: Mary Mogenson, Bancroft, medical; Win. Lipsener, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. James Ritz and baby, Mrs. Amos Meyer and baby, Mrs. Kalherine Duddlng, Abe Carter, Theo Chrischilles, Algona; Delmar Plathe, Bode. Nov. 24 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hedlund, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 14 oz.; dismissed: Mrs. Frank Jenkinson and baby; Harold Mosher, Algona. Nov. 25 - Admitted: Mrs.Ruth Russell, Whittemore, surgery; Mrs. Arlene Wood, Burt, surgery; dismissed: Mrs. Dora Johnson, Lakota. Nov. 26 - Admitted: Julie Elbert, Rodman, T & A; Mrs. Helen Kemna, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Margaret Haubach, Algona. Nov. 27 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Kuecker, West Bend, girl, 7 Ibs., 2 1/2 oz.; dismissed: Earl Kinsey, David Merryman, Algona; Brian and Bruce Schmidt, Ottosen; Mrs. Ruth Russell, Whittemore; Julie Elbert, Rodman. Nov. 28 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Brian Zwiefel, Burt, girl, 7 Ibs., 7 oz.; admitted: Joseph Smith, Algona, medical; Paul Seeley, Algona, surgery; Carol Flynn, Ft. Dodge, accident; dismissed : Mrs. Arlene Wood, Burt; Mrs. Herb Hedlund and baby, Algona. Nov. 29 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Briggs, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 4 1/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus, Algona, boy, 8 Ibs., 3 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Sena Tieman, Mrs. Nettie Fischer, Burt, medical; Richard Duddlng, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: John Gerber, Algona; Mrs.Mar- garet Lynch, Lone Rock. Ottosen Lady Hurt In Crash Near Exira OTTOSEN - Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem bar! their car demolished Sunday while enroute to a Boll family gathering at Red Oak. The accident happened near Exira when a car drove out in front of thorn. Mrs. Wat- no m has a broken ankle, cuts and liniisos and is in the hospital at Awhibon. Ronald Vinaas had a second surgery at Lutheran hospital Friday and is recovering nicely. Thanksgiving was especially happy at the Lester Wehrspann home, for their son Roger, who has been in Viet Nam for three months, arrived home after his discharge from two years of active service. Other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wehrspann and family of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson. The third annual oyster and chili supper was served by the Legion Monday at the Commercial club. Turkey door prizes went to Ralph Jacobson and to Ills daughter, Jackie Jacobson, Mrs. Allan Watnem and Vernon Tompklns. Brian and Bruce Schmidt, seven-month old sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt, were at St. Ann hospital with bronchial pneumonia from Monday until Saturday. The parents then took them to a specialist in Mason City and they are hospitalized there. Alfred Schultz attended Presbytery meeting at Waterloo Tuesday. Mrs. Schultz accompanied him and visited their son, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schultz and daughter at Cedar Falls. Peggy Kampen spent the Thanksgiving vacation at the Alvin Mclntosh home at Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zinnel of Emmetsburg and Mrs. August Schafer of West Bend were Tuesday night visitors at the Edward Zinnel home. Thursday night visitors were Mr.andMrs.Clar- ence Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krause and Shelly of Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Daniel and Tiffany of Minneapolis, Margaret Holt and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Daniel and family of Boxholm were Thursday dinner guests at the Loren Daniel home. AUCTION As I have sold my farm, I will hold an auction on the farm located 2 miles east of Whittemore on the blacktop and 1-3/4 miles south, or 8 miles west of Algona on McGregor blacktop and 1-3/4 miles south, or 3 miles cast and 5-1/4 miles north of West Bend, Iowa, on Wednesday, Dec. 8 Sale starts promptly at 1:00 P.M. Lunch wagon on grounds. FARM MACHINERY Tractors 1954 John Deere 60 with live power, live hydraulic Massey Harris 22 with 2 row cultivator and hyd. loader and snow scoop F-12 Fannall tractor 490 John Deere corn planter, dry fcrt., disc openers 2 row John Deere planter 18 ft. John Deere djsc 10 ft John Deere disc Lindsay 4 section drag with steel cvener Sears Roebuck 3 section spring tooth Sears Roebuck 4 row rotary hoe John Deere oats seeder John Deere 2 bottom plow IHC 3-14 plow with Super Chief bottoms IHC 8 ft. grain binder-windrower, P.T.O. Woods Bros. 5 ft. combine with Wisconsin engine Woods Bros, single row corn picker Minnesota 5 ft. mower Massey Harris No. 6 7-ft. tractor mower Case No. 95 tractor manure spreader 2 rubber tired wagons 2 David Bradley steel flare boxes, 2 in. floors, near new Steel wheel wagon and steeJ box Wood wheel wagon and wood flare box Montgomery Ward hammer mill Letz burr mill Pickup 1 3-pen hog house MISCELLANEOUS 3 hog water tanks 2 wood hog troughs 300 gal. gas tank Sears Roebuck chain saw Egg washer and egg buckets 2 fuel oil tank heaters 1 Cob tank heater Surge electric fencer Dairy water heater 1952 Dodge 3/4 ton pickup, overload springs, good box and tires. Real sharp. Hand corn shelter; walking plow; buzz saw; sickle grinder with motor; 2 wheel cart; wheelbarrow; vise and stand; loading chute; 2 rolls slat cribbing; elevator speed jack; 24 in. riding power mower BUILDINGS 2 4-pen hog houses 2 brooder houses HAY & STRAW 200 bales of alfalfa hay 400 bales of straw FEEDER PIGS 8 feeder pigs—wt, 80 to 100 Ibs. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Skelgas Constellation kitchen stove with broiler and oven Prigidaire 12 ft. upright freezer Siegler wood heater, just 1 year old Dinette set, table and 4 steel chairs Steel kitchen wall cabinets, base cabinets 'I door steel floor cabinet; single door floor cabinet Small davenport; 9x12 green wool rug and pad; 2 wood wardrobes; steel wardrobe; 2 39-in. beds; 1 double bed; china cabinet; dishes and fruit jars; antique coffee grinder; lard press; trash burner; coal and wood heater TERMS: Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. John F. BOOS Owner Quinn and Leek, Auctioneers Iowa State Bank, Algona, Cierk Friday and Saturday, the Loren and Douglas Daniels visited at the Conley Daniel home at Des Moines, and enroute home visiterl the Keith Daniels at Boxholm. Thanksgiving weekend guest? at the home of Mrs. Kate Jacobson were Rov. and Mrs. Jern Jacobson and family of Delaware, Ohio, LeRoy Jacobson of Knoxville and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobson and family of Maynard. They were all dinner guests at the Art Bartlett home atTitonka. Mrs. Gail Stoddard and family of Tltonka were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Madser, and family of Sheffield spent Thanksgiving vacation at the Chester Almes. Thanksgiving Day they were dinner guest* at the John Madsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wiei and sons of Spring Valley, Minn, were Thursday overnight guests at the Mike Coyle home, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Robert Bentley home at Fairbanks. Mrs. Gunda Enockson, Mr.and Mrs. Roy Telford and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Louis Jacobsons. Mrs. Olianna Vinaas spent the Thanksgiving weekend at the Waldo Smeby home at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Axne and family of Moline, 111. visited Mrs. Selma Nelson from Wednesday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor and Jerry of Austin, Minn, were Sunday guests at the Howard Helllck- sons. Council Minute* The City Council met in regu- Inr session Nov. 24, 1965 with Mayor Finn and the following namerl council members: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Miller & Pelrce. Absent: Cook. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Class B beer permit was approved for the American Legion anr! Algona Bowling Lanes. Cigarette permit was approved for the Algona Bowling Lanes. Resol. approving the 1966 Street Budget Report and filing a copy of same with the Iowa State Highway Commission was adopted. Authorized the City Clerk to ask for bids to supply the city street and sanitation department with gas for 1966. Bids to be submitted to the City Clerk's office by7:30p.m.,Dec. 15,1965. Discussion was held on the public liability insurance policy for the year 1966. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. SMITH City Clerk COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met in special session Nov. 27, 1965 with Mayor Finn and the following named council members: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Miller & Peirce. Absent: Cook. The City Council toured the power plant, water plant and the sewage treatment plant after which they met in the council room for discussion on the public liability insurance for the city for 1966. Authorized the City Attorney and Councilman Andreasen to mako a study and ask for bids for a public liability policy for 1966 to be submitter! to the council at the Dec. 29, 1965 meeting for consideration. Moved and seconded the meet- Ing arijourn. D. A. SMITH City Clerk APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION No. 1138 GENERAL Finn, Salary 112.50 Smith, Salary 254.10 Sands, Salary 118.78 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 43.90 W. Finn, Expenses 33.50 I. B. M. Corp., Supplies 2,25 Klipto Co., Stickers 3.20 Kossuth Co. Mun. League, Dues 10.00 N. W. Bell, Telephone 32.45 STREET Burris, Salary 180.42 Burtis, Salary 150.16 Frambach, Salary 138.40 Helmers, Salary 138.21 Lashbrook, Salary 203.80 Pergande, Salary 182.31 Wibben, Salary 134.31 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 97.30 Ricklefs-Geelan, Insurance 7.06 Buchanan Abstract, Reports 10.00 N. Central Pub. Service, Gas 9.52 N. W. Bell, Telephone 11.35 United Building, Supplies 15.66 8-Alflona (la.) Upp«r ROAD USE TAX Cowan Corp., Air Compressor 7.00 Gibbs-Cook, Cat. Overhaul 1,667.60. Sankey Sand & Gravel, Asphalt 131.60 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 346.98 Bulten, Salary 254.80 Gerdes, Salary 227.32 Hutchison, Salary 265.20 Jorgenson, Salary 274.37 Rasrnussen, Salary 239.81 Elbert, Salary 34.07 Volgt, Salary 247.25 Wllley, Salary 15.00 Frantz Oil Cleaner, Supplies 33.00 Iowa State Bank, Withholding Tax. 205.90 Ricklefs-Geelan, Insurance. 14.12 Trust & Agency, Pension 21.15 City Clerk, Advanced Cash 4.68 Cook's Welders, Supplies 35.70 N. W. Bell, Telephone 22.51 Continental Oil, Diesel Oil 2.30 Algona Fire Dept., Services 247.00 Ed FeldCo., Supplies 236.25 KLG A, Advertising 23.00 Hooker Supply, Shields 42.58 SANITATION Gade, Salary 88.13 Courtney, Salary 92.87 Iowa State Bank, Withholding. 6.60 thuttday, Dee»mb*r 2, 1965 ^.^^MMii^MBk N. W. Bell, Telephone 10.50 N. Central Pub. Service, Nat. Gas 9.97 Armco Metal Products, Sewer Pipe 295.12 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary 147.76 Lemkee, Salary 216.10 Security State Bank, Interest 22.50 Drovers National Bank, Interest 67.50 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 20.00 City Clerk, Advanced Cash. ........ 1.91 N. W. Bell, Telephone . . 12.99 Standard Oil, Diesel Oil . . . . 99.97 Utt Electric, Bulbs 3.00 RECREATION Boldridge, Salary 97.02 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 3.60 Kautsky Sporting Good, Swim Suits 26.78 Eli Colby Co., Peat Moss 136.95 DEBT SERVICE Security State Bank, Interest 46.50 Iowa-Des Moines National, Interest 33.75 Security State Bank, Interest . 22.50 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 303*87 Nauholz, Salary 55.11 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 47.20 Trust & Agency, Pension 3.45 immmmmmmwrnmt r <• r < < < <; < ' The HUB knows the value of quality, yet seeks to maintain sensible oricina at the same time. You'll find some of the Brand Names we're proud of noted here and clerks who take a pleasure in serving you ... and of course - WE GIFT WRAP I MICHAEL-STERN SUITS | SAMSONITE I | LUGGAGE | INTERWOVEN SOX VAN HEUSEN WEMBLEY Me GREGOR /)* LEUTHOLDIJIIAMS ' ALGONA,IOWA

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