Three St. Joe Clubs Given Awards Nov. 18 Riverdale Rustlers I and H and St. Joe Trojans held award night Nov. 18 at the St. Joe school. Three Citizenship short course delegates to Washington D. C., Lenora Hilbert, Charlene Thilges and Vicki McGuire from the girls club, put on a skit entitled "Freedom on Trial." Lois Busch, county home economist! presented awards following the program. The Riverdale Rustlers I, with leaders Mrs. Alvin Klein, Mrs. Ted Hilbert, Mrs.JoeE.Loebach and Mrs.EdwinThilges, received the standard report form and seal. Mrs. Klein received a ten year pin and certificate. Charlene Thilges - 7 yr. seal, com. seal, pen, book marker, clothing pin and Chicago trip winner. Kristine Plathe - 8 yr. seal, comp. seal. Lenora Hilbert - 7 yr. seal, pen, comp. seal, top senior record book, foods and nutrition pin. Paula Thilges - 6 yr. seal, comp. seal, pen, foods preservation pin, book marker. Sandy Wagner - comp. seal, pen, top intermediate record book. Mary Berte and Ruth Ann Thilges book marker and comp. seal. Mary Beth Thilges - top junior record book, comp. seal, book marker and pen. These girls received comp. seals, Judy MADNESS TURNS TOWILDNESS ON THE THIRD DAY GEORGE PEPPARD ELIZABETH ASHIEY TECHNICOLOR "PANAVISION FIRST RUN I ALL ABOUT MEN... ...AND WOMEN! Natalie Wood andthe Single Girt TUES, AND WED. Kollasch, Darlene Plathe, Suzanne, Collen, and Jane Reding. Riverdale Rustlers n, with leaders Mrs. Hubert O'Brien, Mrs. BUI McGuire and Mrs. Albert Thilges: Vickie McGuire - 7 yr. seal, comp. seal, county merit award, 2nd alt. Chicago trip, and pen. Kathleen Plathe - 6 yr. seal, comp. seal pen. Marian Kohlhaas - 7 yr. seal, comp. seal and pen. Sandy O'Brien - 8 yr. seal, comp. seal and pen. Michelle Thilges seal, top senior record book, conservation, leadership and Jr. leadership pin, 2nd pen. Jane McGuire - top junior record book, comp. seal and pen. Michelle Thilges - comp. seal, pen, book marker and top intermediate record book. Linda Reding - comp. seal and pen. Girls receiving comp. seals were Mildred Thul, Elizabeth Zeiment, Mary, Kathy, Jean and Joan Reding. St. Joe Trojans leaders are Bernard Thilges, Duane Hilbert, Richard Erpelding and Howard Kohlhaas. Raymond Erpelding 9 yr. seal, top senior record book, agricultural award and pen. Kenneth Erpelding - 8 yr. seal, Belt, top senior record book, agricultrual award and pen. Lenora Hilbert - 7 yr. seal, belt and pen. Richard Berte and Thomas McGuire, belt and pen. Those receiving pens were Robin Baugous, Dennis Berte, Steven Berte, Mike Berte, Janice Erpelding, Allan Kohlhaas and Jerome Kohlhaas. Lenora Hil- bert received a trophy from the A|fl0no Assu. \tor showing the I.) Upper De* Moinet- Tuesday, December 7, 1965 t the fair. OTIGE! THE LAND OUTLINED ON THE MAP BELOW, LOCATED IN PLUM CREEK AND UNION TOWNSHIPS, KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA, HAS BEEN POSTED "NO HUNTING" FROM NOW TO JANUARY 1, 1966 BY FARMERS LIVING IN THE AREA. OFFENDERS MAY BE PROSECUTED UNDER LAW! This Notice Sponsored By. INTERESTED FARMERS LIVING IN THE AREA ALGONA Sole Of CCC STORAGE BINS & EQUIPMENT The Kossuth ASC County Committee, acting as agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporation agency of the United States Department of Agriculture, is soliciting sealed bids on the following described property. ALGONA BIN SITE; 1 Beatrice 3250 bu. cap. 2740 bu. cap. 3276 bu. cap. 14-0110 bu. cap. 27^0 bu. cap. 6 2 1 1 Butler Butler Quonset Butler (dismantled) 25 Quonset Aeration Units with 3/1* H.P. Electric Motor BURT BIN SITE; 11 Butler 1 Butler 1 Quonset 27*4-0 bu. cap. 2175 bu. cap. il-1032 bu. cap. SWEA CITY BIN SITE; 12 Columbian 3240 bu. cap. WESLEY BIN SITE; 1 Butler 3 Quonsets 2170 bu. 41032 bu. cap. cap. BANCROFT BIN SITE; 3 Butler 3250 bu. cap. 9 Columbian 3240 bu. cap. 1 B S & B 3250 bu. cap. LAKOTA BIN SITE; 3 Steelcraft 3250 bu. cap. 3 Butler 3276 bu. cap. FENTON BIN SITE; 1 Columbian 32^0 bu. 5 Kilby 3287 bu. 1 Butler 3276 bu. 1 Quonset 40110 bu. cap. cap. cap. cap. 3 Butler HOBARTQN BIN SITE; 3 Butler 2175 bu. cap. 1 Sioux 21UO bu. cap. 1 Butler 3276 bu. cap. 2740 bu. cap. ELMORE BIN SITE; 2 Ohio Steel 3250 bu. cap. 8 Butler 3276 bu. cap. 1 Quonset 38200 bu. cap. GALBRAITH BIN SITE; 2 Butler 3276 bu. cap. LU VERNE BIN SITE; 5 Butler 2175 bu. cap. 2 Butler 2^kQ bu. cap. 1 Butler 3276 bu. cap. Friday, INSPECTION; The storage structures and equipment may be inspected December 10, 1965, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. BIDS; Offers must be submitted in sealed envelopes and such envelopes must bear IrTthe lower left hand corner the notation; "DO NOT OPEN UNTIL PRESCRIBED TIME FOR INVITATION NO. 65-4. Offers delivered by hand must be received at the address specified in the announcement not later than 4:00 p.m., Friday, December 10, 1965- Offers may be submitted on an offer form obtained from the ASCS County Office. Offers submitted by mail must be received not later than 4:00 p.m., December 10, 1965. Telephone or Telegraphic offers will not be considered. ALL Grain Storage Structures purchased-sunder this Invitation must be dismantled and removed within 30 days after notice of award by the Contracting Officer, CCC, unless the successful bidder makes arrangements acceptable both to the landlord and CCC. Copies of the terms and conditions of the sale may be obtained from the Kossuth County ASCS Office, The provisions of the terms and conditions of the sale shall become a part of the offer, and upon acceptance shall constitute a valid and binding contract between the offerer and CCC, All offers must be directed to Richard I. Anderson, Contracting Officer,Kossuth County ASCS Office, i3ids less than $1000 for storage structures will not be considered. Additional information concerning this sale may be obtained by contacting the Kossuth County ASCS Office, 1306 North Main Street, Algona, Iowa 50511.
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