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Gamgan High's First Class Officers Mnrtfn's FTftfi Cnmpnny .... Mntt Pnrrott & Sons, Inc, fift.R? Walter McBHde „ tt70,-tO Clyde Mense .-,•- ...-.,.... '10.00 Jnmrs Meyer .-,.»„,*—_^..,,.. 200.00 Mtthvwut Shop Supplies «„;.„.* 70.31 Midwest Visual Ertuc, Modern T)fj> ClMtiers National Senool Oonrds Afcaoe. .. Ernest Niiumnn G. w. Nnvlor 1.BBI.07 1« 30 lft.no na.75 5.00 K.ftR in no 2000 SSft.Ofl Members of the newly-elecled Garrigan high school siudeni council and class officers are shown in the aboye photo. The are, left to right in each row: First row, John Murphy, vice pres., junior class; Larry Heinen, historian, senior class; Richard' Schneider, .treas., senicirs; Paul Eisele, pres., seniors; Sharon Schneider, secy., seniors; Mary Ann Bradley, social chairman, seniors; Doris Kohlhaas, vice pres. 1 , seniors; and Victoria Bradley, secy., freshman class. Second row, Janet Reding, social chairman, freshmen; Myra Elbert, -secy., juniors; Ruth Ann Klein, social chairman, juniors;Susan Nitchals, historian, juniors; Jo Ellen Milder, historian, sophomore class; Judy Knoll, historian, freshmen; Blondina Erpelding, social chairman, sophomores; ! and Carol Nurre, secy., sophomores. Back row, Ronald Arndorfer, treas., juniors; Dwight Garman, pres., juniors; John Fandel, treas., sophomores; Jerry Krieps, pres., sophomores; Robert Reed, vice pres,, sophomores; Donald King, treas., freshmen; William Rahm, pres,, freshmen; and Robert Besch, Vice pres., freshmen. All class officers also serve on the student council. Eisele is president of the latter group. (UDM Flashfoto-Engraving), Florence Goche Of Bancroft Wed Saturday Bancroft —" In a double ring ceremony performed in St. John's Catholic church at' 9 a.m. Saturday by Msgr. J. H. Schultes, Florence Goche, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Goche, became the bride of 'Richard 1 Hammer. St. Joe. . Dinner was served at nborTto the immediate relatives and close friends of the couple; followed by a reception in the afternoon. After a brief honeymoon they will be at home 'in Storm Lake .where : the bridegroom is employed. Arends Gei Gifts -A large group of friends and relatives attended the shower for Mr and Mrs Peter Arend at the Legion club rooms Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr arid t Mrs Arend' lost all their / household belongings and their home in a fire three weeks ago. They received mpney and ; many useful gifts. Lunch • was served by friends from Algona and Bancroft. Honored With Shower A shower honoring Marilyn Haupert was held Sunday "afternoon at St. John's church. Cards were played and a lovely;lunch served by "ttie hostesses. 'Marilyn will be married Oct 17 in St. John's Catholic church to Charles Bju'strom of -Whittemofe Banns of marriage were lished for the first time Sunday in. St. John's Catholic church for Thos Doyle, son of Mrs Veda and the late -Raymond Doyl< and Kathleen MoDermott. ,Mr and Mrs George Merron and family spent the weekend,a Waterloo and attended the Dairi Congress and visited at the Ra; 'Merron home. Mr and Mrs Vincent Becke and family spent the weeken with relatives at Hospers. Mr-and Mrs,,Cletus Dorr, Mr 3en Dorr, St. ' Benedict, and Roselee Dorr,' Mason City, spent Tom Friday until Monday with 3en Dorr, patient at University lospitals,.Iowa City. 'Mr and Mrs Thos Lensing and 'amily, Ames, spent the weekend with relatives here. Arthur Goche flew to Cleveland, Ohio Friday for a weekend visit with his son, Kenneth, who in showing improvement at the hospital/there. Mrs Goche < returned Monday after spending four weeks there since the accident. Mr and Mrs George Kocklei are parents of a daughter born Sept. 26 at Holy Family hospital Estherville. She. c weighed 10 Ibs. 2 oz. " » own Public Emp. Ret. System -_..n,220.1)f owa State Bank ._ ll.K Celley Lumber Co. ...... 107.JM Kent Motor Co ..5,880.80 Larry Klein 21.00 :rn Kolil Kossutli Co. Agrl. Assoclntlon ~ '- 390.00 Kossuth Motor Co. 100.31 Krafil Music Co .- i Gordon Kuhn Lustra Corporation of America 109.2 fftlTors ,1 t, Nnvih o-ntffil Aw'n Coll. & Rohls. ,..».„,„....... Nc'-th r<Mitrnl Pub. S*" Co, .„ _,_..„,..-. Northwestern Bell Telephone Q'Brlen Trucktrtft Service . 0,00 Arthur Olson .-.—-..• IMO.OO Wobstrr Orion .,..,,^...^ . 8000 T'orolvnl Motors ,..........--, TUiili DeLon/J'-Pctevaen •,..-.. 1.50 Peterson Hoofing Co. 2.1)110.00 Petty Onsh '.. . 132.07 1'nst Storage & Transfer II <0 Post Transfer & StoraRe 100' Mrs lion Potter - ,- .. M.Ql Plain Talk , 2.1* Piny Art EtUlentionnl V.<\. Co. nn..t2 Pmit Electric Const. Co. ' . .100.22 Kslln-r Qnlnby 200.00 ttrnd.v Mix Colic. & Lumber pf'-' 1 ' 1 flemtnrtton Tinntl 7011.80 tteitlnb Iliohnrdson ... . na IB E. E. mud) Robinson 7fl 00 Jnyiil Mclloe Corp. . 11(10 an Mrs Lowell Sump .. . .. M SO iml PlnylhinRs, Inc. 13.S-1 Sehidtx Bros. B.jjp Senility Stnte Bnnk 14.-t02.01l Oeorge Sefrit. - 02.0B Itiroid Sbu«nrt - -- rrjn.80 sicH-Port DodKe Co. ^ 10.SO Valter Siemens ..... - 100.00 Singer SewiiiR Mnohlne Co. ... 3.71) Wlllnrd ~ Tohn H. Sponeor ... Inward Stephenson Walter Steven ..— "2.SO StrmiBS Look Co - L03 Superior Oil Co ... 07.44 Supt. or Doeumonls 1,00 rrucy orriee Eq. Co. - H0.75 Underwood Corp. ., ... "I"' 0 ™ United States Govt. Printing .. l.vft Upper DCS Moinos Pub. Co. .- "J.7II Viking Oil Co -.- 432.00 Roger Whlpplc ... 13.20 Willies Cimviis «£ Uph. Shop .. 237.00 H. W. Wilson Co -- 10.50 Sprretnry, Snbscrlbrfl fttirl sworn lo before tills fllh tiny of Ortoher A. D. tOSO. Jrtocphin* Wnldera Notary. Seal Council Minutes The with 30, 1QVJ, ion of Stfoot tl- Thursday, Ocf. 8, 1959 Algona (fa.) Upper DM Amy Gcenng, judgi? of election Tracy Office fqurpment Co. Inc., Snustnd -HH.OO -.— 230.00 TOTAL Cfi.OB5.81 1, Inc/ Wolfe, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report, puges 1, 2. J, Is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial rnntlors of the Bohrd of snid District for the quarter ending Sept. 30, 11)50. COUNCIL City ConiScil m<>» Sfpl .iYaf lihiprk ami tlio CounrilmeiV WhilllvnofO, M\ick<>v, tlbert, Drceimnn, Pflrtom 8, Kkt Resolution approving the rxtpm the . Sanitary Scwor 150' on l,ocii-.t wjys adopted. ReManotion of CcmrKilrYian Arnold hcrl WM actup'Od. Appointment ot Joseph Elbert to fill thfl viicnncy treated by Arnold Elhcrl wa» approved. Authorized Mavor, City Attorney flntl two Cciunellmen to rtllcnil lh<" l.<<.igu<» of lows ^AunlrJpnlltlP^ twolinc) wns approved. Cily Clerk find City Engmi'oi w.n Authorized to attend Iho Finance officer* lYK'PlinQ, Proposed Ord. amending Znnino Ordinance 3-11 was oivnn HTJ firtt rtMdinjj. Compensation for tho Supt, of Pulilir mprovomenta .vv.<-> Jrt at JS?!.) 00 poi lonth. \\ff.t nnd CloareMc permits were aMit- it lo Algonfl Howling Lanes nnd Wrl • cottu!-lnn tavern. lupl. of r>rw,ige Trealmnnt Plant and Illy engineer wore authorised to attend Sewago Work 1 ) Conference. GENERAL IUND imith. '.nlary .... ....... - .- - t Dr. Shierk, salary ____ ...... Iowa Stale Bonk, withholding l,ix m\a Dunkofikp, rlork of election Wargarcl Reid, clerk of rjloction Evn Dunlap, clerk of elftllon Betty Burn*, clerk of otMlion leota Gaigcl, clerk of election Mflry Muckey, cleik ol election Esther Sigibro, clerk of election Elhol LCJV,,, clerk ol election . . Edith Buchfln.in, Judge ol oloc- lion ......... . ....... ----- . - - Twllln Bartholomew, Judge ol election ........ ..... . ....... .. Loco Raney, Judge of election Evn Potter, Judge ol olrrtion .. Neva Merrifield, Judge of election .......... . . ____ Elver.i Kajcwiki, Judge of election ............. . Bernolta Wildin, Judge ol election ....' ....... . .. . Myra Ostrum, Judge of eletliori Elveno Stroll, Judge of election Horlenso Ferguson, Juiigo of election ..... , ........................ Hazel Lur.by, Judge of election Matt Parrot I A Sorw Co., alee- I kin *ur>t>liiV! , > *' The American Ctry, subscription ArwM, Inf., r.il rf>nlmt _,.,,.. (I W, Alliright. Ripfimd Iff, Mninc* Publ. Co., Cilv Clrrk, arl M. IT. Citeon, . rrifum.1 . cfl'.h . ... FUND fi 154 67 150.00 5 f.O 9.38 9.75 9.75 9.75 9.75 9.75 9 38 9.3H 9 75 9.75 9.75 v 7: 9 75 9.7'. 9.31 9.3» 9.31 9.3 9.3 urlis, row, «.il,lry killing, '.fliary )\trtim f salafy Irton. l.«I)-,» 'ikf f, I.thfsr .1*'',t,1t>- O.Vil in I l.n^.f.rl .. wilhhaldino tax ile.ioe t, ex- !Oi"lvV.r C.ortrfr-tp f. t.tir. Co., l.ilvit f. mnlrfiat , .. , "iillfn lln>il*,irp, mthf". „-,. .. •ji>iinn W.i(|.,nt> WorUd, repair* •4oiil'wf" icon f'.fll Telephone Cf) , (o'.Miili r.juriiy Hi'cordor, record- i"f) tr-n ... ?i«! l'rlt,ln^o('>, Milrw.ltk . iituLiu Rofininf.) Co., tuc»l ArtKilil Mtjtnr ', ifiply, ropaif^ tiO'. Sr-rviro Oil Aiphnlt produtt* Co N.ition.il Dmnfect.int .., ply, r Co., Q.ls 938 228.50 4666 -too 25.00 81 75 11.40 I 37.85 ! R0.9<5 . 50! 5.00 15990 MS.23 155.39 112 79 12334 11 7.47. 171.64 14.A2 4875 39 30 96.10 75.00 3795 8.44 39.73 14.55 5.10 328.31 7492 3.22 222.71 96.57 100.42 Atoww fitc Gronbach, But*, S *l . GourtrWy, salary R«#kus Helrttefs, labor ...,..> Scobba, , labor ____ J ......_.».». Trvjrtrpso'V l«bor .^ -....- ------ -^ W«irt, Jr., Ubor ----- .-,.»_..-. NeKoh, IsWr -- ------ ^-.,-.i- !i)w« Stats Bank, witfiholcfing f#s! a«»4y-Mi* Concrete i Lbf. Co., cement ^- ....... „. ____ „„_..-_ rJ'we*t«rn Sell Telephone Co., 1.50 2854 8.7? 15.90 7.80 40.4* 66.05 premix .„ Co., md^e tumin iti'i Mrtterinl & Supply Co . I IK , asphalt . ....... 153 53 Everds Him , street work . ...1 3476 KB Rosier Hanion, e»nenie & mileage 183.85 I'UBLIC SAFtTY Hoel'plmrtn, ^1,1 1 dry ........._ 1 71 .34 I iutchirnon, ^,'ilary - . , ....... Ifi3,57 lijigonwn, salary .. ___________ 152,13 Mciiride, talary . .. ..... - 1 35 68 Sr hw.ir fvi tljnch, '.alary ......... 133,58 I'.ulten. «,al,iry ......... ______ 138.98 VolQt, «.nl,-iry ......... . . ..... . 127.68 Kohl, '.diary .. ____ . ________ . ____ 20.00 fiber!, salary ___ ........... „_. 10.00 Iowa 'jtolp Hank, withholding tax 95.80 1 Tint H. Atjoricy f-'und, pension . 11.51 City Clerk, odvanre c,r,h ...... 10.68 The Akjon.i li« Agency, Ins. _ 17.51 Uofrkelnian, expense . . . ..... .. 80.56 Royal Mchleeso Cycle Shop, motorcycle ........... ....... 1414.40 N'western tioll Telephone, service 24.40 'Iho Alqnna Ini. Agency, Ins . . 30.05 The Algona In',. Agency, Ins. . .. 14.00 Leicjhton Supply Co., valves . ._ 17.22 Ira Kohl, expense ...... _______ 21.90 Hulroll's, repairs ......... ____ 17.50 End Foundry, Inc., material* . i ur r Co., supplier „_ irlh Osnlral Public Service Co., <>*! -...-. * .„ Cuilsn Hardware, mdse. _.. Frederick Hdwe., mdw. — ..+ Diamond's, mdse. . . Norton Machine Works, repairs Continental Oil Co., fuel - Itrcot Fund, spraying „—, „ M. L. VanderWaal, rndse. «*..>.. 264.50 RECREATION City Clerk, advance cash ».».. 3.5" Inertol Co., Inc., material* -„„.. 431,44 , Oudi Yet Dods, laundry « 31.81 The C.Hr»,cMlcs Store, mdse, .. 38.50 Halogen Supply Co., pool *Uppli<« 117.2f> Sandy Sfebrltz, labor * 6$P DEBT SERVICE Iowa State Bank, interest 225.00 Iowa Stato Gank, interest 401.25 PARKING METER Groan, salary IdOXS Sands, salary * .... 45.93 Iowa Stato ftank, withholdino tax 14.60 Trust 4 Agency, perwion 1.70 William Tordoff, Jr., labor 10.»3" City Clerk, advance cash „_»„. 2.25 Published in the Algona Kossu'th , County Advance, Algona, Iowa, October 6, 1959. 'I li United Presbyterian '; Women Food and vy Rummage Sale 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. ,,,,, ' r , f ~ Friday, October 9 In The Church Basement " Call & Minnesota Streets,: Presenting the Magnificent Nineteen-Sixty Algonan Named Joel Harris has been elected warden of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity pledge class at Iowa ; State University. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Geo. M. Harris, Algona. Elected At I.S.U. . Janice Bierstedt has been elected junior pan hellenic representative for the Alpha Delta Pi pledge class 'at Iowa State Un'i-. versity. ; Janice is -the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt of Lons 'Rock. ^ QUAHTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District, Algona Community Kossuth County ' I do thereby certify that this report is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of the board ot said district for the quarter ending September 30, 1959. Inez Wolfe Secretary. FINANCIAL STATEMENT ' Schoolhouse Fund Balance from Previous Quarter -„_- - — 08.0U2.53 Total to -Account for 98,092:53 Total Warrants:.Drawn During Quarter „__ • 3,022.50 Balance at End of Quarter . 95,070.03, General Fund Balance from Previous Quarter 142,302.30 Total Receipts for Quarter ^ 7,836.04 Total to Account for : .' 150,138.34 Expenditures Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter 45,404.71 (Teachers, .Janitors, Officers, etc., grouped) Other Warrants Issued — amount _i_: 66,085.81 Total Expenditures 111,490.52 Balance at End of Quarter ' Don't just dream, or wish, GET the things you want by systematic planning and saving! It's the secret of the American way to success! You, too, can have more, be more successful! Add to your savings account regularly! Your money works for you; Interest increases' with each dollar saved! More money in the ,bank means better credit, more prestige, greater opportunity for you! Open an account today! T«?a?h Y«ur Children The "Thrift? Hobitl Start A Savings Account For Each Member Of Ygyr Family, Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n, Since 1917 Algpna, Ipwa — ..... - ........ ...... 38.647.82 List of Warrants (except salaries) : Schoolhouse Fund Security State Bank ___________ 3,022.50 Total ._ ................. . ..... 3,022.50 General Fund Advanc'e Publishing Co. „-_.- 400.69 Lvle Alberts . ....... „,. ....... 500.00 Algpna Implement ____________ 540,12 Algona Ins. Agency ------ .._. 4^26 Algona Municipal Util. _______ 927.5: Algona Plbg. & Htg. ........ 356.17 Algona Reminder ------------ 38.00 The American Crayon Co. ____ 21.25 Beecher Lane Appliances ---- 37.50 Fred E. Beermah , ------------ 127.47 Mary Ann Bensch •__• ---------- 14.71 Blossom Ills. Agency _________ 1,087.4' Don Bocken Supply ... ..... _. 120.14 Botsford Lumber Co. ... ..... . 37.43 Bowman Builders ---- . ------- 1,615.20 Bradley Bros. - _______________ ' 390.00 K. L. Brayton ................ 64.50 Mrs K. L. Brayton __________ •__• 39.51 Broadhead Garrett Co. -------- 30.82 Bureau Aiylip Visual Instr. „ 3.91 Carleton Stewart Music ------ 96.15 Carolina. Biol. Supp. Co. ---- 12.00 Carson's Building Supp. „, ---- 759.28 Glenn Chally --------- ~ ----- 717.00 Children's Music Center ...... 50.30 Churchill Co. Inc ........... „ 46.87 C. H. Clamp .................. 13.65 F. E. Compton & Co. Pub. „,_ 112.35 Cook's Welders Supply ---- '— Creative Educ. Society Inc. „ Creative Plaything Inc. -----Thomas V. Crowell ....... -— Cullen Hardware — ............. Culligan Soft Water ......... Decker Bros. Ins. •„„ ...... .Dept. of Public Instr. ....... . Des Moines Register & Tribune Robert Devine — — ............ 224.00 Dictaphone Corp. -,- .......... 372.50 Dietzgen ........ — - ......... , 248.65 Druggist's Mutual Ins ........ 639.94 Dudley Lock Corp ..... ------- 54.85 Ed's D.X, Service — r ..... — 8,»6 Educ.Vor's Book Club -------- 4.50 Educational Specialties Co. .. 10,71 Jack Evans ,~ ........ ..... — 32.40 Farm Operators Rural Res. Map. ... ................ r 20.00 Fidlar & Chambers .. ..... -w— 19.54 Foster Furniture ., ------------ * 69.35 John H. Foth .... ........... — "7.00 Frederick Hardware .......... 86.98 Hugo Cade „„—,.,-.., ......... 11.25 HeSrick Bros. ,- — - ........ - 413,47 Herbst Ins. Agency ............ 71.00 Hopkins Super Service ------- 5,35 Huntington Laboratories ..... 184.20 THE FLEET WOOD SIXTY SPECIAL Creating a New Era of Elegance! 22.25 103.08 14.95 2.54 66.48 15.00 2.00 1.00 36,72 Office & ScM, Supp 108.93 Ipwa Association of Schools -, 50.00 iowa Employment Sec. B1lBft4 ' Commission „-.,-, -,--- 8,118.04 Iowa High School , • ' Forensic League • Jl-00 Iowa High School Must? Assn. 2-00 At the beginning of this century, on the average day, 15 million newspapers -were purchased. Today, 57 million newspapers are purchased on the average day. The motor cars represented here will soon introduce a new era of elegance to the world's highways. They are the Cadillac cars of 1960-and, from every standpoint, they represent the Cadillac tradition in its finest hour, In appearance, they are regal and majestic as never before—a brilliant symphony of line and contour from the sparkling new front grille to the graceful flow of the rear fenders. In interior decor, they are truly magnificent—featuring luxurious new fabrics and leathers—new convenience and excellence of appointments. And in the way they drive and handle, they are perfection on wheels. There is a greatly refined engine and transmission that provide even finer performance ... a ride of unbelievable smoothness and quie.t . . • and notable advancements in power steering and braking. These new Cadillac virtues have been'interpreted in thirteen distinctive body styles. Every motorist owes himself an hour at the wheel. The 1960 Cadillac is waiting for you now at your authorized Cadillac dealer's—and your dealer himself is waiting to introduce you to this magnificent new Standard of the World 1 V •l -» * f. * I I THE COUPE PE VIUE See and Drive the 1960 Standard of the World VISIT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER . ERNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC - CADILLAC 109 W. STATi

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