Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 7, 1967 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

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Solicitations begin in hospital drive TVo of&ritttiOM <A the fit, Ann Hoftpttal Puftd C«rnp*i«n Meted otf •oticttation tn thcfr respective catejijor1e« of don- on thy pMt week. The Dot-ton Orgartzatton soiidtotiort* frrflowing • meeting of the vobifiteer worker* and the Chairman .Joseph M. Roooey, M. D, 00»cr workew In the Doctors Organization are: Kevin C, Na*h, D,D,S., Dr. Marold W, Ertcfowm, R. K. Wcharrfcon, 0. 0,, It 0. Bourne, M. IX, Ken T. Pehttse, Marty L. Orwtihen?, Burton Harms*, Hit* WHMarn J, Ayt*-^ ^jifc-t ^at *— Ibl^ihj&ijbeY rinn etna JPI, 4fx? MMXI~JP,* The Major Gift* OrgMrfJi' tion under the leatoriiiap of Mr. Karl C, Llerly attended an early morning meeting on Thursday, Members of the volunteer organisation made their own *ubfcrptk*u to the hospital improvement fund before departing to mate their calls on other prospective donors In the Major Gift category, Voluntezr workers tefttf«y i **<** **» #°t££LJ$£ Ceumll <*Wt m . bftH-WKJ £Ml*rtf aw**,, '«. « «*•*» fcto >Tl*? 1 S* inm*f •*»' »». bW- « S4«,«0t.«4 _Kf,lJ*jr : ift:; _._ Dettji. Bui CffNidnML jRu Hood, Royal NokJ, Leo J. TOW " W7 - Df , ,1, Walter - Wiftur frrtt Oetter md aU <* IM **»**•* Rex Lynch, Jim Taylor, OtoeuteM a 0Tf4 e£**H of »* »* ««***** ff> ffOftf <M .200 fo earaffuef curb of Text OlfMdWM* lor, Cook, ta»rt »« . MWtJtdt of »* ^ ft*.- r no matter which type of electric heat ceiling cable you choose for your home wall panel V baseboard you'll find you can't beat electric heat! » aw * .-.,**.•- _ • •- >, /, It's cleaner .''more comfortable, rhore'cohvenient. Be modern.. heat your home the way the "in" crowd does—electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities ••eaaaa»aaaeeaeaeaaaaaeaaaaeeaaaaaeeaaaaeaeepe™eaaaaeaaeeeeaeeeeea _ Bob pinoott, Robert Loos, Joe BujtdheTi Sr,, Dr, D. J. Shey, Beri friebe, Ed tfiMfe Mid John Terbes, Others attending the kick off tncetng were members of the Campaign Cabinet, Chester R. Sdwby, Campaign Auditor, and John D. Cash, .Campaign TreMur- er. All proceed* of the cawn- paign are received and eudU- ed by Mr Schoby and ere then transmitted to Mr, dash, the Treasurer. The funds are to be kept in a separate* bank account and will be used exclusively for modernization and improvement of the hospital. The hospital administrators, working and consulting with the medical staff and lay advisory board of St. Ann, will determine the priorities of the Improvements, The advisory board will be appointed in the near future and will be made up of capable individuals who are representative of the people and the areas served by St. Ann. One function of the board will be to review monthly operating and financial statements of the hospital. BarlrsH dated for two conventions Chicago — Wes H. Bartlett, Algona, a trustee of Kiwanis International, and a member of the Kwanis club of Algona^ will be the official Kiwanis International representative at the annua convention of the West Virginia District of Kiwanis at Parkersburg, Sept, 1&-16. He will also be a principal speaker at the convention. Bartlett will also represnt Kiwanis International and be principal speaker at the Onltar- ioXJuebec-Maritinrie district convention at Sault Ste. Manic, Ontafrio, Sept. 24-27. That convention will be held at the Windsor Hotel. It will have participation of representatives from 202 Kiwanis clubs with a membership of 9700. C, 'Harvey Jay, St. Thomas, Ontario, governor of the district will preside y 21 wives attended. HAS CONCUSSION CaDen Carson, 12, *on of Mr. and Mrs. R Duane Canon, Algona, is recovering M home after suffering a concuaaion in a fall last week. Me was hospitalized two days. X-ray* were taken but it will be aome time before it can be determined whether he has suffered more extensive injuries. Church Notes im^MBiffliaiiwM^^ Evangelical Frte R«r. Cortl* An4*T«>B Wesley Sunday, S«pt. 10. 10:00 a.m. — Sunday School. 11:00 a.nx — Worship Service. 12:15 p.m. — Harvest Festival Dinner. 2:30 p.m. — Harvest Festival Service. 8:00 p.m. — Evening Service. Dr. Arnold T. Olson, President of the Evangelical Free Church of America will be the speaker far the day. Monday, Sept, 11 end Tuetdty, Sapt. 12 8:00 p.m. — Services with Dr. A, T. Olson as the guest speaker. Thursday, Sept. 14 8:00 p.m. — Prayer and Bible Study Hour, clot* oof tt» City of A«»o*«i- <rf th* Se*wr»r Stofe §«£- U*f«? *a* rtod from Woy* Counfy Gvlf Defers* Ofucfor.. If* a- rtpr««nfo»rrr« fro* ««* rnurrffy ta off««i a Crrtf D***™* *•£? ogemertt Couo* fo b* offer** 9S» '°'lfh« Council <SHi>aMd»* te»e Compfe»)«mr»* Alcoholic Praise* »*iefc ho* jotf VeMntfy b*er» i«f up 6» Ste Stote of lawa. M/jwed and ttcoRdterf t*» u'.«M'ii e«3 '•*""*"• e». car GENERA!. Finn, Sofory Smith, Salary Sand*, Salary -.. lo. Sfof« Bonk. Sfaf« Comm., „ Soe. S«., See. Sec ...... — *** IPERS, (pen .............. Arwelt, Rof Control ..... — 'SOS Otreefory S*rvie«, W IWA Corp,, Rifcfcoo lo. O«velopm«n* W. FSrm. tupema* Klipto, i»icke« H W B««, Ptww ... 0, Smith, Mifeoae STREETS B«rtii, Sotory .......... — »**» Fromboeh, Sotery ....... — Giddin^i, Sfltery ........ — H«)m«r., So«ary ......... — LoVitxcok, Sotery — - ....... Pergonde, Sclory ........... Sif^rt, So«orr ------------ - Witben, Satery ........... M. Smrth, Letw ....... ---M. Nrtet«*s, Ifltwr ..... ---to, »ofe Bonk. Wrtt*»*Sn3i . State See. S«c.. Soc. Sec. IPERS. _.,. *'-*' , CM*. SUM* , Sttit C SdW* WIRING *. : 1553' or Corrected { "JIM Uff • ILICTHIC 5 "W W Vc ---- 98.18 Sfct. SJ*. sec. -"--*--- 23 2I Phone 295-2229 ?• w sum. M. Ceneraf, Go* M W. Sen. H, Cer*. 3_«B BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES "Camptotaly Appalntad. Hamat" at • LUVltNI • WESLIY • TITOfHU • CORWITH • MINWICK S£ TAX &!S««X fttoa'n ------ 112.75 031, R, Osrf, Grewri ----------C Fnater, Ssawolk Gfcte-Ccc*, .«es>sm$ H. to. *&***, VC OH OX GoK*r« *5. Pte» ScOti PUS3JC SAf ETY Srttory «*. To«*5. 165JO6 25"-53 ^•^'sd^ S — Sstory „ 5ctory __ Setary THE ADVANCf SENDS YOUR WANT AD TO 5,000 KOSSUTH HOMES MOTICt OP APFOIMTMIMT Of ADMINISTRATOR IN THf DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE Of IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY F-rotot* H». 91SS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LYNNE DURANT, Oecwjved. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You ore her«by notifted that oil pw- lont indebted to taid «ttote or* r*- quetted to moke immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditor* having claims against void estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by low, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the' second • publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred, Dated this 30th day of August, 1967. Mi to Durant Administrator of said Estate Algona, Iowa • , Address Winkel & Winkel Attorneys for soid Administrator lowa Sotory 176.70 Wiliey, Sofcay . 47 -f? lo. Stof* Bar*. WHtMeina — •««-«> jmm.. WrtHwASns 21.94 73.53 16.05 22130 73^3 „ - 39-53 i*'*/ B«il,"Pt»oe — 23.20 UiVeme f'ut App., Service — 3*3^6 Orcxnt Trfc. Stop, Gen «.«3 Fire Oept.. Ser/ic« . 319.00 SANITATION Stete Comm., Soe. S*c., Sac. Sec. Jnnt & Ajyercy, Ptfsian •Gen's Auto, Service Sunroy DX, Gotoiire THUMB INU nvaiflan* KohUr FiKtyrtt Myart Pump*! R.J.FUNK Plumbing & Heating lit S. Dedga Algena, Iowa Phona 295-3234 SAVINGS To The Friends And Customers Of THE ALGONA GRAIN & FEED CO. thank you... I would like to thank the many friends and customers I have met during the nine years as the owner of Algona Grain and Feed for your friendship and business. I join with you all in wishing Mr. Elmer Maahs great success as the new owner of the firm. Again, thank you all very much. Dote of second publication 14th day of September, 1967. Published in the Algono Kostuth 1 County Advance, Algono, Iowa, Sept. 7 and U, 1967, COUNCIL MINUTII The City Council met in • regular t*»ion with Mayor Finn and the fol- liywing council members present: Muck*-/, Andreoten, Cook, Miller & Peirce, Abicnt: Elbert. Minutei of lost meeting were op- proved. Approved a beer permit for Leono s Tap o» 110 N. Dodge. The Council agreed to increase the •oom & board benefits of the Group Im. Policy, held by the city for city employee*, from fifteen dollars per day to twenty dollars. ; Being no objections to the proposed Chris Htmmtn hello . . . I welcome the opportunity to serve you in the capacity as the new owner of Algona Grain and Feed. We will be remodeling our offices soon and will be selling RaUton-Purino, Matter-Mix and other lines now handled by the firm in an effort to give you the finest services and products available. Stop in soon for a visit. Thank you. Elmtr Maahs ALGONA GRAIN & FEED CO. I 9161, STATE ALGONA, IA. PHONE 295*3674 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I >l KEN has a Surprise FOR YOU SEPTEMBER 1967 M T W T F S --•-12 3456789 10 11 12 13 jS 1$ 16 17 IS 19aCT21 2223 24 2$ 2/27 28 29 30 i • , (Milks tsHiaf yoi skMlHta Wi aiwtetoM A down payment savings account here ... the first step toward debt-free home ownership! EVEN if you're not ready to buy a home, you still should visit the helpful folks in our savings department. They'll show you how to build a down payment fund quickly and easily-through regular savings plus our generous earnings! Take that important first step today— through our front door! Convenient Passbook Savings This is th« toit all-around savings plan for •vtrybedy — tht btst way to havt money available whan you nood it ... tht bast way to build small sums into largo. Dividends aro paid twice a year. Put any amount into your account,,, any time. HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Assn. All Atftunti Fully Inivrtrf If 115,000 Save From The 15tb — Earn From The 1st SINCi 1917 - AIGONA, IOWA ON PASStOOK SAVINGS AND 4-MONTH INVESTMENT CiRTIFICATII ivings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by F ederal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation! «»«»»•••>

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