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Itif wMii a' § lew years ago tout WhWhels made her to <JUit Ma i , dianapohs. solemn nb wo at , May 16 and had a phone call his son-iti-iaw and daiightefc and J Mrs Melvin Hutehinsoft of , Phbetnx, Ariz. Well, Prank hasn't grown any .^taller? ;.Since I 'first .knew him. He ; has -gt-owri a little Wider, has kept -a«. youthful, out* look on lite, and hasri't ,apa greatly since .1 4kneW { >him ! first Back in around 1927. Many happy returns. <*' , >*<*•• . . * * .' * ; . • • ) Mtay Is a greal mbnih for, ihfe /Vaughn Browns, fhe f three chili dren were born in that month and a party was given lor them . recently. Jeffrey was 4, May 20; Steven 3, May 26; Sindy 2, May • 15 and Mrs Brown's father, Mike Miller, May 16. ' ^ ' •' , * *•-*,"' . j \ An item of interest to Algonans 1 appeared in the May 22 issue of the Minneapolis Star. It concerns ^Raymond Bradley, a 1907 .graduate whom many will remember. Raymond has -been registrar at Macalester college, St. Paul,' since 1945.. After July.'l, he will perform' a "swan song" by teaching during the summer * session^ He attended Cornell, college and his ( doctorate in education at theJJni- THESE WOMEN! BjMj<ffl«t» PAR K E R mihim T-BALL. 10TT£R PEN Of for...._* Kirk leaving lor *: Rationed-at 6 years. -.-,—_ * and, he <¥we .former Julia I * R - yvittg at Lake — _.«!& 'fti-e leaving btti San Francisco. * *! * "• and Burns "NugenC bl' CeSar E&pids, were hiare Thttrsda^, and Called on Theo GHriStiKill^v.a^a* 1 '^ few other frlind§/Th6yfeame to make reservations .io? Jrelatives and friends wn6 Will'-M "Hire for intermen ^etvices fotf-'thfi late Sumnei •Quarton w.j^P died at.sea cnroute td* HollaiM." -Sunnier was wel known here and had been here {ft 1967' itt"lhe summer to attend 'the 50th anniversary of his graduation class.- HIS wife, the former Marguerite Me'0, will be well re member edi, y- ,'i v'" f * A card from Margaret Hofmaster reads,."Here" I am with -Eloise Wadswoi*th'in her cabin on Big Thompson canyon in the Rockies. Wonderful., scetiery," Margaret and her sister, "Jean Wadsworth dre '.there, fpr a fortnight. Jean has frnany friends in Denver Whom she will visit. Sounds like a wonderful vacation. •,",,,'.< * * * * A letter concerning the Besha girls, Agnes and Edith, came a few days ago from Mrs Louis Bode, nee Marie Lamutti of Elma. i ""To my surprise I read in your column where some Mabel Livingston,., came in contact' with Agnes and Edith'Besha in Phoenix. They are old neighbors of we Lamuth' girls, living right across Diagonal street from Us. Agnes, and I were' classmates. In later years I-, have been trying and wanting so badly to find some trace of her." "I don't see how,Agnes f got me/1 never f9rgqt her —- she was ope of the nicest pals I ever had. Her stay in Algona was too short. Her father t George .Besha managed the elevator which" stood on the M. & St. L., 'tracks. "An Algona family lives here, ,the .Cletus Offerman family. He used to run an oil tank wagon while in Algona. We are good friehds. Mrs Offerman is a close friend of Edith Teeter who i; at the same place you are. Wil ypu say Hello to her. Sheiwill remember me as we both belongec to the Cresco Mothers and Daughters club. June Corey (Mawdsley) also , sends us greetings once In ' i_ 11 _ - . ^ Don Slftdt of Sheffield recently caught a 34-inch, iQ-poxmd Northern p5ko nt Seed's Inkc near This was lh« largest Jiah been .recorded at the to hnve 'ftke. COUNCIL MINUTES TM> City Council of A'.oona met Mfly 13, 1959, with Mayor Shlcrk «nH tho <allov»l«a nflmed Coimeilmen: Muck»y, whittemofe, litie'rf, Dt**'!<mfln *. Richard' non Ab*enl; Parsons, PoHiwi of v«cat*fl Aektey Slrtet w«* sold to Charles McVoy for $500.00. Resolution for h*t'o *ur(»clpo n |ior- tlon of' P6pul.tr Slreftt 8. McCoy Street was adopted. flldi for n now Police car were opeti«d and read, Pcreivsl Motors having the lowest bit) was accepted. OW. 405 was adopted. Authorised City Attorney to file let dcedi on property (hut the City ha» paid taxes on. Agreement to itockpilc dirt on th» City Dump slto wa» approved. Resolution to transfer fund* frorri the Gsnaral fund to lh<5 Sanitation was «- dopfed. City Engineer Is to make arrangement* tor (bating Inspections by a qualified pei'son. Mayor was authorized to allcnd a meeting at Dos Moincs, Iowa. Mr. Zawog came before the cbuhcil to .i*k for dirt from the Phillips street pro- joct and it was agreed that if the City did not use all of the dirt he could ob- tnln some. Receipts for April; Thunday, Jun* 4, 7949 ftseofdors, »pwd record* 1.85 4.00 7.40 1,11 19.34 402.00 Cook'* Wetrfpf Supply, Mow Co,, rmho. .. Hilton'* Super S»rviee, A. 9 or« Lemkee, salary low* St«r« Bank, wthhdkllnfl tax ...... »-.,*.. «.. mtw, \ 30,34 9,30 2.35 3438 . funk, Pltimbina, mtw, .u-.. pr*t» ticttric Co., watartau H«ll-Str«hern H*rrf**r*, Porf.ivnl Motor», rep«Ir» Norton Maefvrti Worki, witeriali ft*Ady-Mix ConcrtfS & Lbf, Co., Morth OmfMl Co., gns — ......i. •».!.-..- R8CREAT10N FUND H, W. Becker, Sporting Good* ,-.-» Store, tqulpmant .».»-»—--- '{?-5V 10W*'D«ii MoiM* National mtere*» •.-..--..-—•--*•'•--.- low,vDes Molnei National B«nk, • «^You know what I think? I think you ought to h*ve ft TV set right up therel" Though it's a scant four inches tall, tha Barker Minim is king- size in performance./, writes on practically a}l kinds of surfaces! A Product of CpThe Parker Pen Company RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY "The first ^hing I. go for in the paoer is your column. Maybe the younger generation don't appreciate it BO much but we oldsters sure do.'-' • • > *.,**, At a Mothers-and Daughters tea held by the Union club, 20'pansy plants were given to women who qualified — such as the woman with the-longest hair,, having left the dishes, the most'things in her purse, the/least things in her purse, the one with a, lavendar hat, the oldest mother, 4he youngest, the one with the most children, etc. The winner of the least things went to a young mother who had just three toys for her baby's amusement while at the party. It was a novel idea and created much merriment. * ; >;< * • After about a year here at Good Samaritan, Joe Frielinger has gone to his home at St. Joe. It is quite likely he w,ill be back again for the winter. • Bessie Jones went to Milford Saturday with her son and. daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Glenn Jones and all attended the Silver wedding anniversary celebration of her son Harold, Mrs Mary. Otis wa3 visited Sunday by her brother-in-ls'w and sister Mr artd Mrs John McGinly, of ftockwell' .City. 4*' * * Stnari"'people spoak frorn'ex- perience —• smarter people, from experience, don't speak. } V > Teachers At Ledyard Havei SprnerPlans Ledyard — School closed Wec|- hesday and some of the teachers plans are as follows: Mr an/3 'Mi's William Klinker moved <thij week -to Mankato' whore 'Mr Klinker' 'will attend summei school; Supt. and Mrs Leo Will- •adsen and Sandra will be moving to Des Mpines in June where;Mr •Willadseri will teach in the fall .Lillian Kvamsd&le, who taught 5th , grade here the past year while on furlough from Missionary work in .Bolivia, plans to return to Bolivia in July; Mr and Mrs • Ve>rnpn Anderson plan to go to Colorado early m June to attend summer school. Present Recital ,, On Wednesday -'evening the "spring"piano reelrSTwrfs* given by the Ledyard students' of Mrs Charley Faugust in the school auditoriurrl. Students participating were Sandra Willadsen, Barbara Schroeder, Lynn Munyer,: Ann Carpenter, Fae Krarnersmeier, Linda Grunhovd, Diane Button,-Phyllis Wallentine, Mardelle G.riese. Becky Blome, Carol McGregor, Sherry Klinksiek, Monica Munyer, Diane : Grunhovd, -Judy ^- n S e " britson, • Randy , Krause, Jane Egesdal,' Marlys _ Orvick, and Deborah Kra«se .' Taxes 9173.07 14183.!>2 33J98.0I 6877.78 50721.39 478.52 90%'OF NITROGEN REQUIREMENTS DURING THIS PERIOD, WEfKS CROWING PEJIOO IETW5EN KNEE-HIGH AND TASSEl Four pounds of nitrogen every 24 hours I .Thot't Jht omo«nt «f hl»r»j)«fi «n qcr* ?f corn consumes during H* fort growing and grain forming period. Other row crop* drow_heavlly o» available ^Itrp8« n ,dyring peak growth periods, loo. / Corn Needs NITROGEN SEE US AB0MJ AGRICULTJURAl AMMONIA Mrs Hazel Carpenter left Tuesday for Minneapolis where she will visit at-the-home of her sister and husband,. Mr and Mrs M. Zarling. From there sfye will go to Grand Marias, Minn., «where she will visit at the home of her daughter and family, the Carl Noyes . ;. Mr and. Mrs George Thompson went to LuVerne, D.ecoration Day. for a family reunion. Ella McDonald returned home for the summer after teaching this past year at Thompson. • Thomas -Bashara, who attended Estherville Junior College, completed his year and,, returnee" home this week. He will assis his mother in ths store'thig suivf- meiv Mrs-D. B., Mayer left on Wednesday for Waterloo where she-. Mil-visit friends for several days before' going on"" to Des Moines where she will .visit their twu daughters, the George Gonias and the- Neal .Warrens, Mrs Eunice Dyer und son Howard went to Emmelsburg Monday to attend the graduation of. Roger Moore. Mrs Everett Thompson entered Naeve hospital at Albert Lc-a Monday' and on Tuesday underwent surgery, Betty Hcrzog keeping the Thompson children during their mother's absence. LeRoy Estle of New York was lere last week .visiting his parents. , . ' Mr and Mrs John Jorgenson and Mr and Mrs Richard Coun tryman of Lakota<went 'to Bel grade, Minn. Monday -to fitlenc [he graduation of Robert Jorgeri son. Mr and Mrs Clayton .Rogeboro and Terry went, to Qreejjtingc Tuesday. . , Jerry Kinseth, Ofiosen, Weds Bradgate Girl Ottosen — Jeilry Kinseth of Ottosen and Ernestine Dall of Bradgate were married Friday at 7 p.m. at the'Methodist church there, f Mr and Mrs Gary Nacvc oC Bradgate were the attendants 'Mr 'and Mrs Clem Ludwig and Leon" attended a breakfast Sunday •mor'ning at St. Peter and 'Paul's hall at West Bend f<?i graduates and their parents. ,. Mrs lial Thomas and three children of St..-Ann, Mp. arc spending a week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Carroll A'dams Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem ,at- fondcd a dinner Saturday eve ning at Ames for those men who .will gp with "Cap" Bent-ley on his tour of Europe this summer Mr "and Mrs John Madsen ,anc Mr and Mrs,Chester Alme attend cd Baccalaureate and graduation services at Dana College at Blair Nob. Roger Madsen was a member of the class. Those taking part... in MI Lewis Bergum's piano recita Irorh this community Sunday afternoon ,at pode were Gloria, rlarlan and Dallas Tofteberg.- athy' Jacobspn, Debbie Schultz; axalyn Jylalmin and Ruth U&hci'l .Mrs Marie Haug of Bode and Mr v 'a'nd Mrs 'Olvin 'Haug am| family : spent Sunday /with Hc-r- nan Finstuen fa\ Kimbrac, Minn. Mrs 'C. A. LHoskau of Chicago, aunt of Mrs Howard Helliclc- son, is spending a week at their home. Mr and Mrs Earl Long visited Mrs Clara Spurlock at Sutherland Sunday. . * Mr and Mrs Jacob Ryg and Jack and Elsie Ryg and Ed Broesder of Algona visited Mrs Ryg's aunt, Mrs Philip Furleigh at Clear Lake Sunday. . , .. . • Dr. and Mrs Ernest Lorenc and Jennifer of Rochester, Minn, visited her mother, Mrs W. E. Hundertmai'k' over .the; weekend. General , B02.16 Street 2368.44 Public Safely 133.64 Sanitation 1978.76 Debt Service 2060,00 Trust & Agency .. 14:97 Parking Meter ... 1029,27 Recreation 8382.29 Municipal Enterprise 12611.96 GENERAL •chultz, salary ... k 245.61 imith, Salary ..„..-_..,. 154,67 owa Stale Bank, withholding .. 38.70 Dr. Shierk. expense ... 7.00 Advance Publ. Co., t>ubl. 31.M Mason City Blue Print Service, supplies .., ......— 19,81 )r. Shierk, cxpomo 17.20 Northwest Iowa Mayor's Asuoc., rlucs . w 12.00 sMith County; rolund 15.00 Pmtt Electric Constr. Co., repair 14.65 Jppor Dos Molnoa Publ, Co., publ, 39.02 3r. Shiork, expense .-. 8,50 International Conference of Building Officials, dues ,, 50.00 ity Clerk, advance cash ». 4.20 Khpto Loose Loaf Co., plait •. binder 45.00 Iowa Engineering Soc., ad 10.00 STREET Lnshbrook, salary 150.20 FVrpande, salary 145J23 Burlis, salary ___^_ 128,31 Molzen, Jr., salary . 107,79 Prow, salary ....... ..... . 122.79 Skilllng, salary 117.62 Iowa Stale Bank, withholding lax 55.80 Sinclair Refining Co., fuel 116.66 Cities Service Oil Co., gas , 98.70 Kent Motor Co., repairs . 97,43 Hutzoll's, supplies . ........ ,5'j R. J. Funk, Plumbing, materials L. S. Muckoy, Plumbing, materials Kossuth Motor Co., storage Hilton's Super Service, service ... Alpna Imp. Co., service . Miller Lbr. Co., materials Algona Machine Shop, repairs . Norton Machine Works, repairs _ town Stale B«f\k, (nterait ...... (6wa St*l» B/lrtk, tr^arftlt , town S(»te B»tik,•, imerait ,...,. IOWA State Bflnk, intoro*t ..... Iowa State Bank, (nterfist jt^.au lowfl St*t« Bank. Interest, «—- 20.00 The DoCOfflh Newspaper, ItMcreit 56.25 Iowa State Bank, inteMnst ..... 7750 Lfltlmcr Stato Bank. Inforeit ... 93.75 lown. State Bank, JrttSrosf ..... 773 7j The /Merchant* National Bank, Irtlcrwt- .»,.. ..... 7 '' 50 The Merchartti Natloi-al Bank, ....... Interest .^^.v. ...... .- 4/0.00 Security National Bank, Interest 77.50 Humboltlt Truit & Savings Bank, IntcroU- .....-^....^j.-.-— tOO.OO The Powe»hlok County National Bank, Interest 77.50 PARKING METER Groon, salary ......... — *— Iflt ?.; S«nd», salary ..».....,.». 48.91 low« State Bank, withholding « tax ..^........ * *-. 20.30 Trust & Agency Fund, pension .. 1.97 Prfllt Eloclrlc Con*tr. Co., fogairs 68.90 Muckpy, Plumbing, repairs .— 1,00 Parking Motor Repair Service Confer, repairs ... 36.46 PROTECT YOUR CROP INCOME AQAINST HAIL AND FIRE LOSS * , A sudden hail storm can destroy your crops, Protect your Income with low cost, dependable Vamen Mutual Hail Insurance, Contact your local agent or write today. Bohcmnon Insurance Service f No, Dodge • . ALGONA * CY 4-4443 HOME OFFICE* 2323 GRAND AYE. DES MOINES, IOWA 9,06 3.21 33.B9 4.60 19.48 3.66 9.90 10,5.24 14.00 4.35 12.00 Algona Welding Mfg,, ropairs .. Grccnberg Auto Supply, repairs Taylor Impl. Co., repairs ______ Mid-Iowa Industrial Supply, pal- myra, ------- ...._.„.._• --- 1 16.10 Herman M, Brown Co., repairs . 21.3' Gibbs-Cook Equipment Co., repairs _,_, ---------- ....... 46,38 Ready-Mix Concrete & Lbr. Co., materials ..-_ ___ _ ___ __ _____ 105.57 City Clerk, advance cash _____ 1.36 Clarence Frnser, side walk _____ 1,104.24 Faber Constr. Co., machine hiro 232.50 Buscher Bros., repairs _________ 81.51 PUBLIC 'SAFETY Bookelman, salary ____________ 224.21 Hutchison, salary ____________ '173.2 Jdrgenson, salary , ___ i ______ I 176.3 McBride, salary ____ ..._, ______ 148.0 Schwarzenbach, salary ________ 1.45.5 Bulten, salary _______________ 144,5 Voigt, salary ________ , _____ . J43.0 Iowa State Bank, withholding 128.51 13,3i 100.78 13.3 20.0C 2.8 1 _ ------- .......... .. Trust & Agancy, police pension Cities Service Oil Co., gas _____ Mid-Iowa Industrial Supply, bolls Ira' Kohl, salary _______ ... ____ Advance Publishing Co., supplies Kent Motor Co., repairs ____ , Schultz Bros., oil ...... _ ..... Arnold Motor Supply, mdse. ___ the ROCKET The man who knows value goes Olds ! More and more medium-priced cat buyers who vmttt the in'ost Jbr tlicic money arc joining the swing to Olds. Why? Because lliey figure tip nil the extra quality 1 features and con« ; vcuicnces Olds has as standard equipment. They carefully consider the economy of the Rocket Engine i ; ; the low-cost maintenance of an Olds ... its higher resale value. But most of all they ask themselves, • i i . ,•>.<'«-.' r-vMrt/' */i this thaliiiia of car my family and I'witt bo proud to own,: . ; one that will give us the full measure of fun and comfort tea want ; ; : is this tlie car tvliosa itylo will stay in style?" The overwhelming "yea" can be found* in the zooming sulcs of the '59 Oldsmohilc. See Oldsmohilo dealer today . . . Value- Kale Uio Rocket! BY EVER/MEASURE.. .THE VALDE CAR OF THE MEDIUM PUCE CUSS Dau's Garage-125 So. Dodge-Algona, la. Dad Appreciates His Pipe and Slippers When He Comes Home From A Hard Day's Work! BUt What About His FAVORITE CHAIR? MOR-GRO, inc. -Algona 509 Phone CY 4-3548 QH ONE ,QF THE K & K FIRTIUZiR - T1TONKA MU|g»X'JUYATQ9 - BANCROFT €0^01? MVATOR.^SWEA CITY DAViNPORT EtEYATQR - WEST BIND R6RK1NS nm - RODMAN Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Available For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO, Phone CY 4-4326 Algona, la $179 Value Famous Call Lounger Buiil like a skyscraper. Lifetime all-sieel contlruction. Reversible foam rubber seal,. See them in beautiful colors, Dad's Day Special DAD DESERVES THE BEST... $169.95 Value • 3-Speed Vibrator Chair, Kidney roll and high back. In variety of beautiful colors. Very ispecial for Dad's Day. $104.50 Value Lew-priced especially for that favorite man around ihe home. • Dad's Day Special t-M $89.50 Value Beautiful high recUmng back .and foot rest; Gorgeous colors. Natjga- hidp cpver. ,, .;. Dad's Day Special' < Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itcli-BelieyeB Pain Kc-w Vtrk, «f. Y. (8|>col(i)) _ Por th«, first time science has Tounct a pew healing subsUnco with the jistotj- iphing ability to shrink bcnior- rhoids, stop itctiins,', anil relieve fn'm n wiiliout sjurm-y,. -.- • lii ease after case, whilo gently relieving p»in, act gi»l reduction Most amnzincrof all— results wer?' 10 thorough Lhtit 'astonishing-statements like "Pile* jU»veceaBo4 tg be a problem!" The 'secret ia a new hculing substance (Bio-Dyne*)-discovery o( ft world-famoua research institute. Thi» suhstance is now available in suppository or ointment, form un«Ur the name Preparation //.* At your druggist. Money back U. $. JP»t- Ot $59.88 A Comfortable Chair Will Make Dad A Happy Mem on Hss Day, June You Have Just 2 Weeks To Decide - Over 10Q Other Pifferent Sty!? ( Chafii) ( O Algona's Largest Jelectipn To Choose From — — k — — "" ;"" !1 *\{. Let Us "&%', ••fit -i,J Everyone kikes A Bargain — Siw«tt«m% * ' ' ' ' ' -th» Terms t»A "WS \

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