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9-4U00M Ua>) Ufrp*r D«* Tuesday, May 3, 1960 1959 Corn Crop Finally Picked In Swea Area Swea ft Eagle — Several fann- ers of this area finished picking their 1059 corn crop In the past week. Many had corn' stiU standing which had drifted io and couldn't be harvested last fall, and earlier this spring, the thawing prevented the big ma chines from entering the fields. Injured In Fall Jennifer Anderson, 8 year old daughter of the Albert Andersons, fell from a teeter-totter ai the Grant school playground last week and received a badly bruised face. She said she fell on a bolt. X-rays showed no broken bones. She sports a black eye in addition to a badly swollen face New Arrival . Mr and Mrs Eldon Isaacson became the parents of a 6 pound, 13 ounce baby girl Apr. 19 at Holy Family hospital at Esther- viHe. The: little lady has been named Rhonda Kay. The Isaac- sons have, twin boys, Barrel and Darwin, 4% years of ag.e. Grandparents are Mrs Christine Isaacson of Swea City and Mr and Mrs Joe Sampson of Dolliver. 3 Hospitalized 'Mrs Tony Grabianowski enter Id-lhe fistherville hospital Apr. 19 for itifijor surgery which was performed the rtekt morftltig. Mrs. Ida O'Green entered the Paittnont hospital Monday of last BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa SUNDAY, MAY 8 Clem Brau SUNDAY, MAY 15 Lynn Kerns SUNDAY, MAY 22 Don Hoy SUNDAY, MAY 29 Freddie Fredericks No Advance Booth .Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 welk. She underwent surgery Friday morning. Mrs -Everett Johansen was an overnight patient at the Holy Family hospital for minor surgery Saturday. Mr and Mrs Don Martin and family, Mr and Mrs Ronald Johnson, and Sharon? Mr and Mrs Art Larson and Debbie and Mr and Mrs Ray Larson, Laurie and Richard of'Des Moines were recent guests at the Sam Larson home. , _ Mr and Mrs Leo Waters of Es- thervilie and Mr and Mrs Leonard Wbla of Luverne, Minn. were Sunday callers at the William Tobin, Albert Anderson and Johnie Tobin homes. Delores Johansen recently had 14 girls from the 4th grade at her. home in honor of her 10th birthday. After school, the girls' went to the Johansen home for games and refreshments. Ed Bormanns, St. Joe, Feted On Anniversary .* , -* St. Joe — Mr and Mrs Edward Bormann were honored Saturday evening when relatives gathered in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Bormann were married here in St. Joseph's church. They have two daughters and a son, Marilyn, R. N. at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Sioux City, Alice, student at Iowa State at Ames and Kenneth, student at Garrigan at Algona. Attending the gathering were Mrs Mary Becker, Mr and Mrs John Bormann and family, Mr and Mrs Lorenz Bormann and family, Mr and Mrs Ernest Bormann and daughter, all from here, Mr and Mrs Mike Bormann, Mr and Mrs Math Bormann and Barbara Kellner, Mrs Arnie Geischecker from Algona, Mr and Mrs Herman Becker and family, Irvington, Mr and Mrs Julius Becker and family, Livermore and Cletus Checoine, Elk Point, S. D Engagement Announced Mr and .Mrs Orville Wagner announce ;j |he engagement arid approachfrig'"marriage of their daughter, Elaine, shown here, to Bob Anderson, son of Mrs Robert Anderson, of Belmont, Mich.. June 25 in St. Joseph's Catholic church here. Miss Wagner, a graduate of St. Joseph's high school, will graduate June 4 from Marquette University. Milwaukee; Wis. and is now at Deaconess hospital, Milw&ukee as a medical technologist intern. .Mr Anderson is a government meat inspector at Milwaukee and plans to complete his college education this fall at Michigan State University, Lansing, Mich. , Miss tllg Honored Marjorie Illg was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Wednesday evening in St. Joseph's school With relatives and fnendi attending the courtesy. The honoree was assisted by Alma Illg nnd Dorothy Woodcock. The evening was spent playing bridge and 500 .with Mrs Eldon Winkel and Mrs Bill Barry . receiving prizes in bridge, Mrs Mike Schmit and Mrs Peter Reding receiving prizes in 500. Mrs Herman Illg received the birthday gift. . Miss Illg, daughter of Mr and Mrs Art Illg will be the bride of Art Winkel, .son of Mr and Mrs L. A. Winkel of Algona, in St. Joseph's church on May 7 at 11 a.m. Injured By Truck Michael Zeller, 5 year old son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Zeller, was injured on Tuesday afternoon at his home when he was run over by a truck in the yard. He is a patient in St. Joseph's hospital at Fort Dodge. — Trojans -Met St. Joe Trojans 4-H club met Thursday at the home of Ronald Illg. Kenneth Borrnann was selected to attend the short course at Ames. Delegates to attend district camp at Clear Lake June 22-24 are Richard Erpelding and Howard Kohlhaas. Club tour will be held June 29 at 1:30 p.m., starting at the Hilbert farm. Lunch was served by Mrs Art Illg. March meeting ,, ,.. Sandy c-'Brlert gav& 1 ja a demofistratlOrt, -wife v * Lois EfrMdlfig. Lois' _.„,_._..., will attend State ConVemftiH^f Ames Junfc 7*10. May- better grooming contest i country girls contest 'will _ with winners to enter the. i fconteit May 21. Rally' fid, be held'May 28 at Swea w«y fr Games were played artd; Jtecf served by Charlene and F£qlf Thilges and their rrtothef. ' ""r Tom Reding of here anu ««... Lafsen of Livermore leave Thursj day for Tort Leonard Wood,.M6( after a two week leave here ^Itty Butalong the anAM&uig OI £11111 S»HC«=*t fcl«i»«.vi ~™" ' Street to & manhole tin the fllbng Elm SI---- ;West side of Main home folks. "'. -I Richard Kohlhaas is a surgical patient in St. Ann hospital .,lrt Algona where he entered/oti Tuesday. • •.'•'! Mrs Ralph Reding entertained R-Nu Club Thursday with Mri OrVille Wagner receiving high and travel prizes. Mrs Adeline Wagner received second higH prize. • ', Mrs John Capesius entertained her 500 club'Thursday (evening with Mrs Damian Centgraf School Registration Registration for first grade pupils in St. Joseph's school will be held May 5th at 2:15 p.m. with Joyce Hayden, county public health nurse; and Sister M. Jolande O.S.F., instructor, in charge. Rustler Meetings Riverdale; Rustlers /4-H Unit 1 met Thursday. Skirts cut out at the March meeting were completed and on display. The May schedule was read by Bernadette Hilbert. Fair lists-were given out. Members will try /out for the country.' girls - creed: contest at the next meeting, with, the county contest' held May 21 • at Burt. A demonstration was given by.Ruth Afm-'Klein, a talk by eh'arlerie^hilges, good grooming by Doris Ann 'Kohlhaas and Bernadette Hilbert. Games were played and lunch was served by Charlene and Paula Thilges and their mother. Riverdale Rustlers Unit 2 met Apr. 21. Skirts cut out at. the as guest. Prizes were award* 5] ed to Mrs Art' Kohlhaas, Mrs" Harold Frideres and Mrs Clarence Bormann., Mr and Mrs Martin Friders and family : ark entertaining the Friders family Sunday at dinner and supper in their home. >"• Mr and Mrs Peter C. RedingT entertained in their home Sun- .day in observance of"-the. first Holy Communion of their daughter, Linda Mae, with the follow7, ing dinner guests: Mr and Mrs Peter Reding, Algona, Mr and Mrs Alphonse Berte, Mary - Anri and Jim, Mt and Mrs Vernon Berte, and Marilyn and Margie all frbrivher&,,Mr and Mrs' James' Stahl and .Paula Jean,' ; LuVerne; At and Mrs Harold Berte*and anet from Wesley and Delano •rimm, West Bend. : Joyce Capesius of St. Peters-, urg, Florida is coming home fol 10 day vacation. Miss Cap- sius is the daughter of Mri ilary Capesius. ; AT CARSON'S JUST IN TIME FOR Mother's Day Shoppers SPECIAL TABLE OF MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS Everything in this Table Assortment Originally Priced From 49e to $5. Mother's Day Gift Specials 19c tq $2.50 STOP IN AND BROWSE AROUND Reg. $2.99 Sponge Rubber FATIGUE MATS In Assorted Colors „ Set of 3, Fork, Spoon & POTTERY BOY/IS Red Wing Pattern Reg. 98c Lily of Valley BASKETS A Practical Gift $1.99 $1.49 49c it and Oak ;t StVeet;"tfi e Hci^Ea3t; Rl<Jh8( OaK to a jnahholevJ4'f«el East of the &7&"?bVt»^ hole 30 feet South Of> the'North line of Elm Street, thence East, along Elm. Street to ,a manhole tin -'the,''(!emerlW6 i.** T AM***** Struct. . T ~^'*,« l . , .1WV «* >"_: ;V Lantry Street i; j_iaiivi y «*»*.*.•• t, * > * 'The sanitary sewer construction shall consist of furnishing and Installing, vit^ rifled clay sewer pipe lrt.6 » 8"> 10 , 12 and 15" aiameters. VUtff^d clay with special construction rrfethdds, -yr as-, bestos bonded, fully pavetf c&rrugated saes! IS^x V'afbestos bonded, fully paved corrugated metal pipe arch, ttfo railroad crossings, one highway cross- Ing, cutting into one highway, one -evlsting overflow rnanhole, Hooking ex sting sewer to the new sewer,, constructing manholes, repairing t all existing. utilities dam_aged during con- IStlng UlllllieB , u "" m »5" - " 1 {Kl.?i« aUrt struction, clearing and grubbing and •Uienoiinniiaus seeding, leveling • and miscellaneous :lea;iing up. 'lem Quanlliy .18" x 29" CMP Arch ^ ^24 L.F. •18" Type 1 Const. —^ :~637 L.P. 18" Type 2 Const. ........... 576 L.F. 18" Type 4 Const. -950 LJ?. 18" Type 5 Const "00 L.F. if- S l^s^::::::::^ i5: I!- ^uge c c^ :::::::::i::2|||: Ji::^---:::::::r::r::::::l§fc|: o" v|p::::: :M» L|. 8" VSP —- —->• 143 ° L - F 6" VSP ::::::. - ^ L.F. 6" VSP Service Conn. 400 LJ. 6',' VSP Hisers •..-..258.Ii.Fi MaViholfe Base- and Casting—-32_Each Manhole Barrel —,-— -390 L.F. Manhole Drop Abandon Maphole — j — " x 6" Wye ^ montn; jiaiimaiea w*i* JC prepatw --the ,,f»*t aa^^.jaaHimont^^the 'month tha fifst day of. sash.. mon Conlraator, iubjeet te.the a - the city -fof P » A gfa^ft of tttd ..—— paymettt «v 110%) .will'I ! I* W — •'-•aiils&ti -«, i ihMttjL, «e«l&Mu§ tioth) datf att6Ki0n<.8uaii moftthij IJflft ne 1wajr construed , E ...... t ..^ *^** "*"iy toflr B<s mdde rret ear thar as d Irrtprovemefils fittd acceptance by resolution of the Ctw Council of ttrt completed rcdhstrtictife contract,; «ub< lei toW *6ndittoHs widta «£«&»•} je6t to csnttittefui a WttH tH6 J$roVl61onS,Sf B73 of December 1, 1960. contract lot tne proposeu ^"i .«£«»;.«.» and the work shall be completed before i^eveiitwc' *t *ww«. , Bv virtue of statutory authority 01 praewncfe will be given to products p - provlsfohs grown and coal Pro- id Within the State of lowa, and to Iowa , Th0 ^liy.lCDtSli wa MI*. *-i any 1 er all proposals an formalities. «* and to The quired to mccessful bidder i will bej^ Sfto 0 one n hu-ndred V*™*}7™11 %*S «<* f±^l d L°?e d tv t0 ap- of tne comraci jjntc, =«.•• r,,;7;., BO- issued by a responsible surew "P.. nroved by the City Council and shall gulrlntee the faithful performance of Se contract and the trfrjns and conditions therein contained and tne maintenance of said improvements In repair for not less than two from the eas rom . the said improvements by the City. Pllns 'and speclfi6atlons governing the constructlori of the proposed im- Sovements have been prepared, by ^.tf^&^W* • .. -, ,-v "Uhderltandlng SeVvieo'* 1 . TITONKA. , RENWICK 24 Hour ,\ . Ambulande Service v Equipped; Gems From Diamond's JO " o wye -— — M " CT ; - 6" Wye ; ?Each x 6" JU X o w^e — — ~ -3—" 8" x 6" Wy«f . - 22 Each Remodel Overflow : Manholes _ Lump Sum Lump Sum -Milwaukee Railroad OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION. .O THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA W. L. Kaberle and Mildred Kaberle, 3BA Kaberle Farm Supply, Strawberry dint. Iowa, transferor and Central' "etrolcum Transport, Inc., Strawberry, 'olnt, Iowa, transferee/ have filed a oti-it application for the Commission's- ipproval of the transfer of. Liquid Tr"anspprt Carrier Certificate NO/ yhich authorizes, operations as a rans -- ^nmlssibn .._«., M860. ten (10:0 Tuesday wne -i < *..,-Mrou, ten \iv.uv) o cjoci^a.m; at'.the office of the''Co'mmlssfon. Des dotnes, Iowa, as time and place for nubile hearing on the above docketed ipplicatlon. • , . Iowa State Commerce i Commission • Bernard J. Martin, Chairman Ray H. Thompson, Commissioner ,. Harold E. Hughes,. Commissioner ATTEST: Claude E. Davis. Secretary Dated at Des Moines, Iowa, April 26, 1060. '• Docket No. DLC-148 ; (19-20) uiwaunee iiauiuou e,,—, .Crossing . Lump Sum Northwestern Railroad , Crossing _— Lump sum Diagonal Street . Crossing - Lump Sum Jones and Oak St. •Hookup Lump Sum Clearing and Grubbing -- r -Lump Sum .The method of construction shall.be bv Contract in accordance with the plans and specifications and general stipulations for said improvements approved by the City Council. Each proposal shall be made on a Ltprm furnished by the City and must ^•accompanied by a check, certified by an Iowa bank and filed in an envelope separate from the-one contain- ine the proposal, sealed. . and in an amount equal to 10% of the amount of the proposal, made payable to the City Treasurer of the City of Algona. Iowa, and may be cashed by the Treasurer a"s liquidated damages in the e ventthe "successful bidder fails to .enter into a contract within-ten days and post bond satisfactory to •: the City insuring the •faithful fulfillment of the contract and maintenance of said improvement as required by law. " Payment "for said sewer improve- InentswiUi be \made from proceeds Srtved frim the _sale ahd ,• i»|«an c e ot ^Iwer Construction^Bonds of ;feid City- fay able from an ad valorem tax levy and/or from such other funds of sa c City as may be legally used for said purposes o the date of hearing and '"lubfiihed upon order of the City Council, Algona, Iowa • • Fri.. • May 6 Andy Doll 8t Band Sat.. - May 7 Bob White & Orch. Register Anniversary Jfeaies Only Once._, : ome Fridays 8z Saturdays Available For Parties --. Lead. Zinc, and Tiianiam IWHITF EXTERIOR PAINT ( 99 Gallon Reg. $5.50 Value 5 GALLON.PAIL ONLY $18.88 ^*t^»KtKg!?s&a» •Master 1 Leader All-Purpose - ' j wHitE PAINT Perfect for fences, out ^fe ,, buildings, or primer Jff Gallon coat. • , 5-GALLON LOTS' S 11 - 8 SYMPHONY IN COLOR HARMQNY RUBBER LATEX WALL PAINT Truly a beautiful paint _^ go I lo work with add seo, ^B 77 oo'9» *" eiBcwoo ^p Gallon l-sainurui ut «9iJ<T ' ^^ SUPER BRIGHT RED OUTSIDE BARN PAINT 49 i Gallon OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE '"•& . COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA: Mclvin W. Cronbaugh, DBA Tubbs Dil Company. Cedar Rapids, • Iowa, ransTcror and Cronbaugh' Transport, inc.. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, transferee, have filed a joint application fpr the Commission's approval of the transfer of Liquid Transport Carrier Certificate No. LC-C5, which authorizes operations as a liquid transport Carrier between all points In the State of Iowa. The Commission has fixed Wednesday, June 15, 1960, ten (10:00) o'clock a.m. at the offlqe of the Commission, DCS Moincs, Iowa, as time and'place for public hearing on the above docketed, application. Iowa .Stale Commerce Commission Bernard J. Martin, Chairman Ray H. 'Ihompson, Commissioner Haiold E. Hughes, Commissioner ATTEST: Claude E. Davis, Secretary Dated at DCS Moincs, Iowa, April 26, 19CO. Docket No. DLC-Hfl. '(19-20) CHEVY'S 1960 LINEUP Red Wing Pottery RELISH PLATTER As Shown Above $1.29 See Our Selection Of Wedding Anniversary and Graduation Gifts The Only Shop Of Its Kind In North Iowa Ceramic Hemi A»h Trayj Vases ' Figurines Planters Candlesticks Calif. Originals Wood Carvings Cup, Saucer Sets Red Wing Pottery Crackle Glassware China, Porcelain Metalware WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO SEE FQR YOURSELF CARSON'S For Color and Gifts (Formerly Cow»n Bldg. Supply) 2]0 E ' S "" e St ' &»>** **™ ij sWsJeHy oc TO & SvSvUw Cemi i ttry 369 f«et to a manhole, thence iV«V»V»VVV» f i'»V^»'^«V^f*»'»'/^»- ;yutluvt ° tell >' - M lcet a " yb!> Blvei NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED PLANS- AND SPECIFICATIONS AND PROPOSED FORM OF CONTRACT COV- ' BRING THE CONSTRUCTION- OF SANITARY SEWER IMPROVEMENTS AND THE TAKING OF BIDS IN ACCORDANCE THEREWITH FOR THE CITY OF ALGONA. IOWA Notice is hereby given: Scaled proposal will be received by the City Clerk at the City ol Alyona, Iowa, .it his oCliec at the City Hall in' said City, until 8 P.M., on the 23th day oi May. 1U60. (or the construction ot certain sanitary sewer improvements, as hereinafter described in general, and as described in the plans and i dpecilit-alions tor said improvements i now on I lie in the office of the City , Clerk. Proposals will bq acted upon by the City Council at a. meeting to bi; beld at the City Hal). Algona. Iowa, on Die day and hour above specified, or ai such later time as may then be lixed. At said lime and placq heacing will .!)<• held on the proposed plans, specili- cutipiis antl proposed (otm ol contract i. .Tim iinpiuvumenlK, and at said hearing any interested person may ap- l>i:ai jnci tile objections tlierelu or lo the cost qf said improvements. The' extent of tne work involved is the construction of santVi-y sewer im- pruvemenU, as hereinafter described, uwii <»nd to the polo Is jjiiid upon and along portions of the following streets in said City, to-wit: ' ^ , Beginning at an existlna overflow manhole which Is located 155 feet Westerly from the centerllna of U. S. Hig,hway 169 and 58 feet Nqrtherly from the cenlerline of the Chicago. Milwau- «ve and St. P«ul RaUruau., thunee Easterly 224 feet to a manhole on the Kastetly right-of-way line of U. S. Highway ISO, thence Northerly !iU(i feet across private property to a manhole, ln-ittt £u#t?rly SIB leet ocrtKw private property tu a inaixhoJc. thence Northeasterly 1W ft- »ci'«** PltV»l« property tu a manhole, lilt-nee Easterly W3 ft. across private property to a munhglu, thence. Easterly SUB feet across private property to a manhole., thgnce Southerly 23-1 feet across private properly and under the Chicago, Milwaukee and SI. Paul Biilroad. to a manhole 40 feet Southerly of the centerline of said railroad and on the feist line of Woostcr Street extended, thence Easterly on the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railroad right-of-way 164 feet to a manhole, thence Easterly 2W feet on suW railroad right-of-way to a man- lWl«, thcnc« Esslejly 3tt) feet oe baid Impala - Bel Air - Biscayne Bel Air 2-door Sedan shown at right. Select a 2-door or 4-door sedan or hardtop, a station wagon or convertible for your family. I4V*«. Miv»J«y *«?»«•»=#«* «iw>* **vi, v»* BM/V, i raJiio«J ilibt-of-way Va a manhole, thence Easterly 494 ftMrt;a» wtt |ailroa4 ,,5 ri#ht-oj-wai- to » HMBfayt. tlitnce-' I CORVAIR Fast becorhing America's favorite compact ear, this rear-engine drive dandy CQrnejj ; ih 2-door, 4-door and coupe models. Coupe shown at the left, ' TRUCKS Available in Apache, ViMng, Spartan and Tilt- Cab -'models, adaptable for any kind of job which requires the bWt in all-around perfor- monce, Model 6303 $ho.wn at the right, SEE THim AU, AND MORI AT THE ALGONA AUTO SHOW FRIDAY, WAY 6, OH DODG! STRUT Kossuth SOUTHWEST Of COUBTHOUSE \

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