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. Thursday, Here Jan. 14 Db"rbthy' Whorley, Emmetsburg, daughter of Mrs. Alfred Nelson and the late Mr. Nelson, and Martin Eischen, Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs.'Nick Eischen, St. Benedict, were married in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here at 2.30 p.m. Jan. 14. Fr. Robert Thiele officiated. Following a wedding .trip to California, the newlyweds will reside at Emmetsburg. (Isaacson Studio Photo-UDM Engraving) For Win. Holm William John Holm, 50, died suddenly at his home in Eagle township at 4:30 ; a.m. Tuesday. He had been hospitalized about six hiomths ago With a heart condition. Funeral services are pending at the Barnes Funeral home in Swea City.' , He was borri Nov. 15, 1910 at Colfax, lOwa. : • Survivors include his wife; 3 sons, Morris, Russell and .Keith, all of Swea City; one daughter, Mrs. 1 Elsie Clark• of iNorthroo; two brothers, Harry of Bancroft and Mark of Burt;' four sisters, Mrs. Dwight Graham of Titonka; Mrs. Louis Sabm and Mrs. Rose Larson, both of Fort Dodge and Mrs. John Renne, of Cowrie, la. ' Four grandchildren also survive. •'.' -. '- ' ' • School Calendar A calendar .-of school events Curing the next couple of weeks was released this week by Supt. O. B. Laing. Here is the list: Monday, Jan. 30 — 8 , p. m. Farmers Evening School; 7:30 pi m. Adult Evening School. Friday - Saturday, Feb. 3-4 — Debate Tournament at Coe College. Saturday, Feb. 4 — Barber Shoppers, auditorium. Monday, Feb. 6 — 8 p.m. Farmers Evening School; 7:30 p.m. Adult Evening School. Wednesday, Feb. 8 — North Central Conference Vocal Festival at Eagle Grove; Algona United Fund to Elect Seven Directors The United Fund of Algona will hold its annual meeting, including election of seven directors, tonight (Thursday), Jan. 26, at 8 p.m. in the assembly-room at the courthouse, according to John Claude, president of the organization. , .A total of 14 names have been listed for the seven director posts. They are Wes Bartlett, Phil Diamond, Burt Harmes, Ted Herbst, Chuck Hinken, • Gene Hutchins, Louis Kelley, Jom Kolp, Oscar Metcalf, Ron Mock, Shirley Morck, Carol Plott, Doris Potter and Dick Norton. • • .: Business at the meeting will also include the second annual report. Directors elected will serve three year terms. Mrs. Anderson, Swea, Passes; Rifes Today Mrs. Nellie Johnson Anderson, 85, died at 5 p.m. Monday at her home in Swea City. She died in her sleep. She had been in ill health for several years. She was born Dec. 21, 1875 in Sweden. She was married to Charles Johnson, who was a carpenter in Swea City. He died in 1937. She is survived by her second husband, Frank; three sons, Buell Johnson of Swea City & Harold LESS THAN 200,000 Shares of Stock NOW AVAILABLE IN RECENTLY INCORPORATED FORT DODGE FIRM The Mid-Iowa Industrial- Supply Inc., doing business in Fort Dodge for the past few years has incorporated and 200.000 shares of common stock are now available at a par value of $1.00 ($1.00 each) and will be sold at that price per share. All of ihe stock will be non-assessable. These securities are offered as a speculation, and are authorized by the Sec. of State and State Ins. Dept. Mid-Iowa Industrial Supply, Inc., is engaged in the business of manufacturing, buying, selling, leasing, repairing and distributing, either for itself or as agents of others, machinery, devices, products, materials, accessories and supplies uEod in highway maintenance, construction and industrial work of all kinds, including drag brooms, road brooms, rewinding and refilling of broom cores, saws, motors, power mowers, steam cleaners, highway signs and safety equipment and in general to do all things proper and necessary for the success of the corporation. The corporation will have its principal place of business in Fort Dodge, Webster County, Iowa. PROSPECTUS WILL BE GIVEN TO ALL PARTIES INTERESTED IN BUYING STOCK IN MID-IOWA INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY, Inc. All Inquiries Are Strictly Confidential CONTACT MR. DALE E. JINISON AlOONA HOTEL, ALGONA, IOWA FRIPAY, JAN- ?7th — 1 P. M. to 9 P. M. OR Write Box 139, Fort Podge of Bsth«rville; Jerome Johnson of ln«fe«w>d, OOJt; t' biothew, Wnflam JMoomstef, of Clear ,Lake and Davfe Koonwtftf Of S^en £Hyj two sisters, fkthjt SuhrTvof Clear Lftkts and AlvWa Mueller, of Mnsoh Ci\yi 4 «rand- dilWren and se^a» treat grandchildren. ¥Vneral services will be al 3 jun. fhursday at H^J!"""" 1 . 0 ? 1 Lutheran church with Pastor Lc- roy Pillman officiating. Intermerrt will be in Harrison township cemetery. ___ Henry Dontje, Lakofa, Dies; Funeral Held Lakola — Funeral services for Henry Dontje. Sr., 91, pioneer farmer in the Lakota and Led- vnrd areas, were held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Presbyterian church here with Rev. Harlan Krnse officiating. Burial Was at Maple Hill cemetery and Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, was in charge of arangements. Mr Dontje died suddenly Friday at his home in Lakota. Death was due to a cerebral hemorrhage. Henry Dontje, Sr. was born Nov. 6, 1869 at Bellingwolde, Hoiland, and was a son of Mr and Mrs Harm Dontje. He grew to manhood there and was married to Hemmechien Rosken June 6, 1891. The Dontjes came to the United States in 1914 and settled near Lakota where they farmed for many years. Mrs Dontje died in 1923. In 1940, Mr Dontje retired and moved to his home in Lakota. He was. a member of the Presbyterian church. For his age, he had been in reasonably good health and his death was unexpected. Survivors include three sons, Frank, Swea City, Herman, Buffalo Center, and Henry, Fairmont, Minn.; 22 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and a sister in Holland. He was preceded in death by five'children. Margaret Durant Is Honored By Woman's Club ' Margaret Durant has been chosen as Club Woman of the Year by the Algona Federated Woman's^ ,Club, according. to^ an announcement "by Mrs' Leonard HomeFet Business During 19(0 Despite a general'levelling off of business during I960 Home Federal Savings and Loan Association of Algona had what was tcrned a successful year, accord" ng to C. R. LaBarre, president of the organization. Mr LaBarre stated assets during the year in-, creased eight percent to $13,845,752.17. The firm's annual report, released following the annual meeting held recently, indicated 1960 was marked by record gains in savings and savers. The high savings level, coupled with ever- in"reasing repayments. Ori outstanding mortgages, assures an j)le supply of home mortgage money for home buyers during the current year, said Mr LaBar* re. Highlights of 1960 included savings increase of ,12 percent, or $1.355,001.71, to a total* of $12,710,030.14 at year's end; an increase ip number of savers' of T78, or five percent, to a total of 5396 account holders; dividend payments to savers totaled $462,952.30, 29 percent above the 1959 figure and an all-time high; ana. the dollar value of home mortgage loans increased to $11,324,818.73, or 11 percent, by the end of 1960. Indicating that housing rnay be one of the bright spots in the country's economy during < 1961, Mr LaBarre forecast the building of an average number of new homes this year. MIC >^v/M".-f, — — Stiir^' hef§; (Olds •Friday, Jdti ,27,'beginnthg at 9 1 ti.m. '•--••- Farm Equipment USED A MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS 1—Model D-l? Allis-Chalmers with power steering and adj. front 1—Model WD-45 Allis-Chalmers with adj. front x 1—Model WD Allis-Chalmers . with adj. front 1—Model A John Deere with sfartor and lights 1—Model A John Deere with "* power steering HAMMERMILLS li-Montgomery Ward 14" with • PTO and auger away 1—Oehl 10" with PTO and crusher , 1—Harvey 13" I—Case with PTO and auger "^ away '• ; •••••''' • -• • MANURE SPREADERS i;i-No. 19 NeW Idea PTO — v ; used three years iJ-No. 14 New Idea Tractor ,f spreader 1—No. 12 New Idea Tractor- V spreader . • MISCELLANEOUS 1—Lundell Stalk Shredder 'l—Moor's Stalk Shredder. 1—New Idea 48 ft. wide type • Elevator i—Steel Flare Wagon Box 1-Wood Flflfd Wagon Box -N6. BMown 2-4601 4 USED FARM EQUIPMENT MM No/.! Balef, P-Td, dlefin $10*S IHC 4St Bale? w-.-* S 780 26' ttew Holland Bald Lead- - ef AiWlh.Elec, Mbiofc .*„.-.$ 178 MM fcd. 28;i~ 10''Self .Prp^' . pelied CofnblMe; CUa% IJlSSfl MH No. SO PTO Combine, used 1 yea*, ^.uji*—*—S14SO Case F2, PTO/ Good $ 325, IHC Endgate Seeder , $50 13f Moline Wheel f anderfl r ' Disc, 4 yeats old ^$ 450 10' IHC Straight Tandem —$ 195 10' Marshalltown .Field Cul- tivalor -jcrji* 45 Gehl "14" Mill With PTO •Drive --••" —•* Ward 14" Mill with PTO Drive - - $ 27S Humboldt,Rotary Stalk Cut- ier on rubber .«^-±--~'~9 395 J. Do "A" Sir,, Lits., Pump _.$ 675 10f4 Chev % 'Ton Pickup w/ , Grain Box r —- $1200 1947 IHC % Ton Pickup., ' 4" speed '- *3"° 1055 Ford 1 Ton w/Boic Ford- o-matic —— -——- $1550 JOE BRADLEY ^ ALGONA, IA. CY 4-2421 1-Gdod 4, D, .16 ft. -tractor.. , di8C.''*.l"»4».— .~-i—•-—•'- $80 1— tfew,fdeh tractof." * . A ' .spreader 1 ( >i.i.^ —- $190 t—rljrisdh milker, vacuum fiumps 'and pipes „*- -$ 30 1—Case tractor plow w/3-14 thF6W»aWay share _...—$245 i—JD 42 ft. portable elevator W/PTO drive, 2-, wheel" , tnick's -i.L. *-—- $41 £ 1^-1937. JD tractor "B" — $126 J^D, 3-14 tractor plow W/high speed bottoms — $350 WEtSBHQD IMPLEMENT ,, \ , Portion, 14. , New'Idea & John Deere ' , Parts—Service—Sales Wanted USED FARM MACHINERY CORNSTALK SHREDERS FOR RENT $1.25 per acre or 50 acres at any • one time rented 1—J.D. Model "H" tractor manure spreader' $150 1—Ne,w Idea stalk cutter __ $255 1—iCase Farm Kubber Tired • Wagon w/dump master hoist and 6x10 ft. Anthony Steel Barge Box $275 1—% H.P. electric motor, -110220 volt, good w/bracket fpr stanhoist . $50 1—Good J.'D. sprjngtooth WANTED — Girl for wrapping meat at Hood's Super Valu, Al- jjona. v 4 HELP WANTED: 3 AMBITIOUS ., men, 18 .to 27 to help me 3 even ings and • Saturday. Car necessary. Call Mr Sohl, Algona Hotel.4:30 to 6:30 p.m., Thursday Jan, 26. ( 4 WANTED TO RENT—A FARM, any size. Will pay cash rent for good ground. Ample equipment and labor. Experienced operator. Write Box 69-B% Algona Upper Des Moines. 42 tfn. "WANTED: Honest, ambitious man, 23 to 45, dissatisfied with present income. Job is worth $110 week to start, plus advancement and security. Write Box 273, Garner, Iowa." .1-4 HELP WANTED MALE & FEMALE Man or woman wanted to handle .distribution of nationally Find Burt Home On Fire During Church Service Bart — The Burt Fire Department answered a Call about 10:15 Sunday morning to trie Cora Stow residence, where a fire believed cause from a spark from the chimney ignited wood shingles near the chimney. Neighbors Dean Mclllrary and Loiiis Scott discovered smoke coming from the roof and immediately summoned the firemen several of » whom were attending church services. It was the. quick action of the neighbors and the firemen that limited the damages to a small' hole Jn the roof arid* some Asmoke water' dams will be honored, at the county meeting Mar. 9 at Titonka. Miss Durant. was instrumental in getting the Algona Woman's Club reorganized, in '1957, after it had been disbanded in 1942 b.-';ause of war ' conditions. Her contributions to the club, community and state have been many. During 1960 she gave six programs on poetry subjects, two in Mason City and others in the Al- Sona schools. One was the main feature at a state meeting 01 the Iowa Chaparral Poets at Mason City. As sixth district chairman of creative writing, she publicized the poetry contest for hi?h school students at which Algona won three honor placings £.nd Burt, first prize. Her own manuscript entered in a contest won an award presented at a Ft. Dirifie meeting. Miss Durant v/rote the foreword fcr Dr. Roe's book of verse and also for Iowa Chaparral Poets Scrapbook, and was judge of a national poetry contest. She is now conducting a survey on what is most needed in regard to educational advantages. - .._..., .Sunday quite an ordeal •:• ij **«vfcs*Vfl mornings fire was THE DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS OF THE for Mrs Stow, f'j, whp is oust reciovccing ffrom a revere asthma attack; -suffered earlier in the week. v ' Burt Lions To Sponsor A Scout Project OMVI Charge Filed After One-Car Crash A 21-year old Sexton man, Alfred D. Opheim. was charged with OMVI following a one-car accident a mile east and three miles north of Algona at 1:45 a.'/i. Saturday. Opheim was driver of the ve- hi • e that crashed. The auto was heided northeast on the Plum Civek blacktop road when Opheim lost control on an abrupt curve. The car slammed into a ditch and overturned and was totally demolished, according to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and Patrolman Bill Tordoff, who investigated. Opheim suffered a laceration on his head that required several stitches to close. He was treated at St. Ann hospital and released Two passengers in the vehicle Al'red Scobba and Leroy Gron- hach, both of Algona, were un- inj ire J. Burl — The Burt Lions Club voted at a recent meeting to sponsor the reLTganization of a Boy Scout Group in Burt. A meeting was held on Monday evening, Jan. 23 for all parents and boys who have indicated an interest in Scouting. Harlan Lacy and K. J. Smith were appointed to be in charge of arrangements for the Zone Lions meeting to be held in the Burt School on April 10. Frank Ryerson was appointed by the members to see the Iowa State Highway commissipn about the possibilities of erecting a sign directing travelers to Burt, at the junction of Highway 226 and the black top road leading cast out of Burt. The cash drawing won by R. S. McWhorter was turned over ,o the Eye Bank fund. The 6:30 dinner was prepared and served by Legion Auxiliary members Wantalee Hawcott, Maiy Nelson, Ella Sigsbee, and jenevieve Spry. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASS'N OF ALGONA i CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO OUR OPEN HOUSE AT THE NEWLY REMODELED OFFICE BUILDING (south of Penneys) JOIN US IN A FRIENDLY CUP OF COFFEE liOO P.M. To 7:00 P.M. . Friday, Jan. 27 advertised Watkifilt Ff6dUetS city- of Algeria-; seryiflg' of .satisfied eUStometo* meht, Profits of I^Wf.;.. U* at stfiM, possible, fiffi Of girt time. Write 1 ,048, •mtkihs • Pfb» ducts, lnc.| Winofl% Minn. t 2-5* "USED FARM MACHINERY i - i • ' 1954 S MTA Diesel 5 Star MM Gas, Loaded ' 445LP MM Loaded SC Case t MM 0 MM PTO Shelter \. , 12A New Idea Spreader 2-200 IHC Spreaders tHC Hyd. Loader Several good disc arid plows to Choose from Special on DO MOR ; -* ; , Hyd. Unloading Wagon BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona, Iowa Phone CY 4-345T •••••MBHIBI 1959 PLYMOUTH V-8 4 dr., 6 passenger station wagon,radio, auto, trans., green- and white. , , . .•'••• 1955 PLYMOUTH V-8 4 dr., automatic Transmission. ' OUR BEST BUY! i • , ~ • i t 1954 FORD V-8 4 door, 9 pas* senger wagon. 1953 CHEVROLET 2 doOK ' 1953 DODGE 4-door Sedan. 1951 CHEVROLET 2-dr., clean, tires, like new. - MECHANICS SPECIAL - ; 1955 PLYMOUTH 6, 4 door sedan. 1954 PONTIAC 4 door sedan. PRICED RIDICULOUSLY LOW One Year Warranty On All Cars Listed. STOP GLAD Bank Rate Financing IN TODAY. YOU'LL YOU DID! ' BE PERCIVAL'S Dodge _ Dart - Lancer Algona, Iowa Ideal* The Irvington Ideals 4-H club met at the Penton home Jan 21. Avis Lettow, home econo mist, and two mothers were present. Talks were given by Elaine Pooch and Luanna l-eek. De monstrations were presented by Betty Wictwire. lil*e» Peqton Ann Peotoo, Boanj* Br Group singing was held and lunch Algona Speech Students Finish High At M-City Algona high school students took part in the fifth annual Mohawk Invitational Speech meet at Mason City Saturday. Stud- ynts from 20 schools in Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota took part. Algona debaters Jack Vipond, Bill Sigsbee, affirmatives, and Bill Bourne and Eugene Wittkopf. negatives, tied for sixth place with Aquinas of LaCrosse, with a score of five wins and three losses. The squad had an overall rating of excellent and Bourne and Wittkopf received superiors in one round. Bill Bourne and Eugene Wittkopf were judged outstanding speakers in the extemporaneous speaking division of the meet. "Woman Of Year" — Miss Eroa Baars was selected as the "Woman of The Year" by members of the Burt Womans Club when they met at the home of Geneyieve Graham on Monday evening. Assisting hostesses were Mary Smith and Leona Lacy. 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