Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1967 · Page 15
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OM«M DM. 11 v the V,-r, % AuxUiify met Oct. 11. One new member and one wiMttied mettiber were taken in, •- • • Money from the district meeting raffle was put in the general fund, the silver march netted $2.48 v The'can* cer prize was won by Myrtle Etherington and door prize by Lu Wolf. Money from the can' cer prize and the silver march was donated to the cancer fund. Cancer insurance is a* yailable to any member of the Auxiliary. Bowling team members are urged to attend the 6th and 10th district bowling tournament in Estherville Nov. 18 and 19 and 25 and 28. The Voice of Democracy contest this year is on "Freedom's Challenge." The deadline is Dec. 11, 1967. Anyone wanting information please contact the ladies Auxiliary. >eoaaoaoooooeoeoooeooeo Swea Eagle The Edward Andersons, of Sioux Falls, S. D., were Sunday callers at his brother, the Albert Andersons. Other callers were Oathy Brodt, Mankato, and Mrs. Robert Brodt and Webb, Faiilrmont. Marjorie Lee Tobin, Sioux City, was a weekend guest Of Iher parents, the Johnie W. Tottns. The Floyd Brekkeis visited the BeHinghausens ait Yetter, Sunday. • iMra. William Gies Jr. spent a week at home after being released from the Fairmont hospital. She then had a blood dot in ft leg and had to be re- hKMpiftaflized and have the body cast removed. Mrs. Gies (had a spinal fushion recently «t St Barnaibas hospital, Minneapolis, and was transferred to Flairmont, where her home is. Her husband is the son of ithe William Gieses ST., Swea City. .The Andrew Broneses visited .her son the Jerry Adams, Sioux Falls, 5. D., Sunday. The Hans Petersons, Dan r ny Petersons, EsJtherviUe, Treva Peterson, Estheryjffle, Har- Jan Fisk, Jeffers, Minn., weiia Sunday visitors with Mrs. Hans Peterson's Mother, Mrs. Caftlie Weigel, Bbone. The Laurel Petersons visited her sister, the Leo Schultzr es, Cosmos,; Minn., Sunday. Lone Rock Men*. Mflrtow, onto . Mil, ftoifii MtfloW, Mom bridt Guesto wefe Mft. Aft Merrill, M» pbWthyJh<*ni^ **ti, Humboldt; Ida tttfey, of Wat Bend; Mrs Ruth Meeker, livermore; Mrs, Dick 0, Donnell, Mrs, Georgia M*r tow; Mr*. George Kissner, Mrs 'Eldon Mfcrtow, Mr* John Bellinger, Mr». Marian Mariow, Mrs, Jim Mwiow. The Delmar Fischers attended the funeral of Mrs. FU- cher 1 * cousin, Ole Anderson, at Redwing, Minn. He and his wife and 13-yeer old mn were tolled instantly in a head-on colliaton. The funeral service for an three was held Thaws- day at the Lutheran church at Elmore. Sunday afternoon, callers at Dick O. Donnell's were the Leonard Warners and boys, Aigona, and the Russet Jensens. • , ; '••; t . The A. A. Kruegers and the E. A. Lees spent Saturday and Sunday at Ronald Christen* son's. They surprised Mrs, ChriSfenson for her birthday Saturday evening. Peggy Petttt opened her beauty shop Nov. 1 in one of. Jack Quinn's houses iii the same tocatton as Lorraine's. iMrs. Merril Marlow, Terry and Christie, and Mrs. Merwin Marlow spent Saturday at Dhe Kearn Marlow's, Humboldt. Sunday the Merwin Mlartows took Mrs. Merril Marlow and children to Carroll and they went by bus home to Omaha. Berntoe Perdue, Des Moi- mes, spent the weekend at Leo Schmidt's and with Mrs. Nina Kracht at the 'hospital in Es- ithsrvillle. They brought Mrs. Krachlt to the Schmidt home for 'a few hours in the afternoon. The U. P. W. met Thursday ait 2 p.m. in the church. Mrs. >Roy Jensen opened the meeting in absence of 'Mrs. Grace Fischer. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard had devotions and iMrs. Ralph Hammerstrom the lesson! On the serving committee were Mrs. Delmer Fischer, Mrs. Adela Thompsen, Mrs. Georgia »4arlow, Mrs. William Marlow. Lawrence and Tom Geitzen- 'auer and John Luedtke left Tuesday on a hunting trip to Wyoming. The Johnny Geit- zenauers spent the weekend with their parents, the Wayne 'Lynches and Lawrence Geit- zenauem The Lone Rock Presbyterian church Was to, hold an annual drive Vickie and Ronnie Fmne«*»d, and Motict Tero- »ko They also had gueirta for their daughter Terry's Wrth- day which wttn Oct. 24. 'Mrs, Ctarencc Meni had I baby shower it her home a week ago Friday afternoon tor little Billy Pettioord, son of the William Petticordft. Quests in addition were Mi mother, Mrs Wm. PeWcord, the baby's grandmother, Mm. iver fiergum; tunte, Mrs. Raymond Bergum, Mrs. Art Bergum, and Mrs. Uoyd Elchen- berger, Lakota, Mrs. Robert Bkchenberger, Blue Earth, Mrs. M. Paulson, Lone Rock, Mrs. .Charles Beaver, Mrs. Roy Mueller and Marlys, Mrs. Chris Haase and Berntee, land Leona 'Haase, Burl. iThe Clarence Osborns and David were Sunday afternoon guests of the former's sister, the Otto Kellys, Swea City. The AJvin Doeskins and three children, Clara City, .Minn., were last Sunday visitors at William Petttcord's. iMrs. Doeskin is the former Lavonne Denton. NOTICI OF PROBATt OF WILL. OF APPOINTMENT OF IXICUTOft, ANO NOTICI TO CMIOITOM IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Prekete N*. fill IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF CLARENCE H. CHRISTENSEN, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF CLARENCE H. CHRISTENSEN, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 26th day of October, 1967, the last will, and testament of Clarence H. Christensen deceased bearing dote of the 1st day of April, 1965, was od- • mitted to probate in the above named court and that Gladys Mary Christensen was appointed executor of said estate. - • . Notice It further given that any action to set aside sold will must be brought In the district court of told county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law. 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 26th day of October, 1967. Gladys Mary Christensen Executor of said Estate , Wesley, Iowa Address Winkel & Winkel Attorneys for said Exeeutor Iowa IN THE ES'TATE OF'JOHN L. GIMEl, Dee**- e *You are hereby notified that on the 27th day of October. l»67, 'ht lost will and tettoment of John L. Oerbej deceased bearing dot* of the 26th day of October, 1954, and Codicil attached thereto dated April 9, 1959, wot admitted to probate In the above named court and that Ervlft Gerber, Emma Gerber and George Bruellmon were appointed executors of said estate. Nottet Is further ajven that «"»««* lion to set aside sold will must N brought In the district court of laid county within one year from th» date of the second pubtkattoo of thjinot- lee, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice Is further given that all persons Indebted to sold estate art requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by tow, duly outhentieofed, 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 27th day of October, 1967. Ervin Gerber, AlQOOO; lOWO Emma Gerber, Algona Iowa • George Bruellmon West Bend Iowa Executors of said Estate McMahon & Cassel Attorneys for sold Executor of this notice. 'Dot* 6f,the first publication It October 2«, 1967. Ektoh ). Winkel Eldon i. Wlnkel, Assignee 101 N. Hall Street Algono, lewd 50511 Published In the Algona Koisuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 26 arid Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23 ohd 30, 1967 COUNCIL MIMUtll the City Council met in regular wj- slori Oct. 25. 1967 with Mayor Finn and the following council members present: Muekey, Andredsen, F.lbcrt, Nash, Cook. Absent: Peifee. Minutes of last meeting were ap- Sonitory sewer top fee for Garry Me* Donald at 416 S. Williams was set at 1100.00 and then allowed to top on to the River View Addition sewer line. Ltovd Ashlond, representing Arwell, discussed with the Council different methods that would help In the control of rats at the city dump. Class C beer permits were granted to Hoods Grocery and Swaraon Grocery subject to completed form submitted • by Swanson, , Mr. Splem, District Urban Engineer, discussed with the council on the pro- poled relocation of Highway 169'thro- ugh Algona. The council agreed to have a special eoupcll meeting to consider the relocation and make recommendation to the District Office of the State Highway Comm. Resolution approving the Judges, Clerks and Polling places for the election to be held Nov. 7, 1967, was o- fntf Mayor was Instructed fo »hd.a. letter of thohki fo the Holiday Station Store for fefnoVlrfd If* ilgfy I6t6f«d oft the corner of.Phffllpj arid MeGrtfcd*. City Attorney wo* authorlied to notify Mr. GIseH of. INe termination of the lease of city property in the Sewage Treotwent PlOrtt Oreo. Northwestern Bell telephone Co. op- plication for underground Installation of telephone cable unjtor Highway 169 near the south elty limits was approved Authorised the • Mayor to attend a meeting In'Cherokee on local government problems and also to attend a meeting In- Dei Moines on Juvenile problem*. AlgonO Municipal Utilities quarterly report was read and placed on file Ir, the City Clerk's office. Don Meyer, Assistant Fire Chief, submitted his resignation from the tire department. Don Meyer Is moving to Perry, Iowa. Authorized the purchase of 110 gal* ' Ions of weed and heavy 'brush spray at $7.90 per gal. Authorized the purchase of a new Checkwrlter & Protector at a cost of $119.50. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. : D. A. Smith, City Clerk GENERAL Finn, Salary .. 123.15 Smith, Salary 268.15 Sands, Salary 130.00 la. State Bk., Wholdlng . 71.23 State Comm., Wholdlng .. 7.93 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 56.32 Ipcrs, Ipers —•. 22.75 Buchanan Abut., Appraisal IBM Corp., Maintenance . : Koch Bros., Supplies .. . , NW Bell, Telephone ;...^f, • 0. Smith, Mlleag* .i^i.-i .W. Finn, Expenses .....I.!' STREET " - Burtls, Solory -.....--... Fromboeh, Salary '..* Glddlngs, Sdlary *..... Helmers, Salary Loshbrook, Salary Pergande, Salary Wlbbeh, Salary ..... •Madison, Salary ^...-.-.la. State Bk., Wholdlng ... State Comm., Wholding — Soe 4 . See., Soe. See Ipers, Ipcrs Anderson Chem., Supplies - Chcmco, Supplies NW Bell, Telephone . ROAD USE TAX B. Wlbben, Sidewalks W. Zentner, Sidewalks ... PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelmon, Salary . Day, Salary ---• ... Hutchison, Salary Jorgenson, Salary .... Schadendorf, Salary Thompson, Salary D. Meyer, Salary Volgt, Salary .... .. Willey, Salary la. State Bk., Wholdlng .. State Comm., Wholdlng ... Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. + Trust t> Agency, Pension .. Gopher Shooter's, Supplies . Koch Bros., Tabs Schultz Bros., Seal Beam .. NW Bell, Telephone &m& Date of second publication 9th day of November, 1967. Published In the Algono Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Nov. 2 and 9, 1967. Date of second publication 9th day of November, 1967. Published In the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa,Nov. 2 and 9, 1967. IN THI DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN ANO FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA IN RE ASSIGNMENT OF QUALITY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, AN IOWA CORPORATION. FOR the BENEFIT OF CREDITORS. LAW NO. 19SOS NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO THE CREDITORS OF QUALITY MANUFACTURING COMPANY, AN IOWA CORPORATION, in Bancroft, Iowa. You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 20th day of October, 1967, Quality Manufacturing Company, an Iowa corporation, with principle business* esfobJisHnent at Bancroft, Iowa; made on assignment of all of its property to the undersigned, Eldon J. Winkel, as assignee for the benefit' of its creditors in proportion to the amount of their 'respective claims, which assignment was duly recorded on the 20th day of October, 1967, in the records of the County Recorder, Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, and also filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 23rd day of October, 1967, as provided by law. You are hereby notified that the low requires you as such creditor to file your claim against said Quality Manufacturing Company in the office of the Clerk of the District Court at i Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, and said claim must be made under oath and filed with said Clerk within three (3) months after the first publication Bvlk Wagon Strviet Fit! Oil and Bat Free Premium* With Gat Purchases at our station. You'll Like It! VIKING OIL Roy Steffel, Mgr. N. Main St. •JIMMMIMMMIMIMMMM TAYLOR IMPLEMENT • Behlen Buildings a) Kewanee Discs a) Case Farm Machinery 'The Best ef Everything" Phone 295-2447 Algena Taylor Implement Co. Seneca Mr«. Henry Loeft Friday guests at Holland Baxter's were Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Carpenter, Ddltert Stanley, Josie, of Leonard, Matt.; Mis. Helena Christaf- fler, Shelbiville; Mrs. Edna Baxter, Bmmetsbuig. Itey spent the weekend here visiting other friends and relatives in the area. Sunday gueats at Jim Long's were the Roger Longs and • Durvrin, Algona; Mrs. Laverne Smith and family were afternoon callers. The Fenton township Homemakers dub will meet, Nov. 17 with Mrs. Ellen Holmgren alt her 'home. Roll call wiM be a Christmas gift idea. The program lesson will be given by Mrs. 'Edith Cotton on laundry methods and dollars and sense. A sale of baked goods wil be held. There will be a style show'with anything created by the member. 'Last week callers at Mrs. iMaiude Blanchard's were the Jack Soneses, Laurens; Mrs. Chet Alme, Ottosen; Mrs. iRodger Madison, Sheffield!. The Melford Mitchells attended the golden wedding of las cousin, the Oscar Hank sens, Sunday, 9k Blue Earth. A surprise birthday party was held Friday afternoon at Merwin Madow's for Mrs. BRAND NEW Mil Slow Tint Full 4 Ply— Reg. $34 SPECIAL >eoeeooeooeooeoeeoeooeo The Jerry WSlbergs had as •guests Thursday after sohotol tor the daughter Lori's birthday Wendy Wolf, Janice Tigges, Valerie Borchardit, Mlary BLAKE "Completely Appointed. Homos" at LUVIRNI a) WISLIY • TITOtolSA • CORWITH • MNWICK STOP being a slave to dirty dishes! t^ AMMMM^MaW^MWMM^BM + TAX Gutrfntttd for lift by 5Und«rd Oil An automatic electric dishwasher ends one more annoying household chore, expert more from Standard and you get it" H •leneere iHrtvww Today's modern electric dishwasher gets dishes sparkling clean, hygenicajly clean—much better than by hand because the water is hotter than your hands can stand. And with the modern automatic electric dishwasher, there's no hand rinsing, hardly any hand scraping, no more dishwasher "roar." Today's automatic electric dishwashers hold more dishes, wash them better, dry them spot-free. Live a little with a modern electric dishwasher! Algona Municipal Utllittn Tho above picture shows now drying equipment on the Al Fonsko farm at Elmore, Minn. It consists of 2 Now Bohlen Continuous Dryers, 5 Kewanee Augers, and a 4,000- bushel Wot Holding Tank. i v.-W THE TAYLOR JMpLEMENT AND CONSTRUCTION CO. of,AJ90na Js recognized throughout North Central 'Iowa'and'Southern iMinnospta for being Grain Handling Specialists in the following areas. 1. Sales, Service and Conslmclion of Grain Drying Tanks. 2. Sales, Service of Continuous Grain Dryers. 3. Sales, Service of Batch Dryers. 4. Sales, service of equipment related to Grain Handling Equipment, as Grain Angers, Grain Testers, Elevators, legs and Heavy Duly Grain Wagons and Boxes. B. Sales, Service of Case Corn and Bean Combines, TAYLORS have b;?n known in this area since 1940, and have always boon a loader in the sale of Combines and related harvesting equipment in the Algona area. In 1949 Taylors sold 144 new Case A-o Combines, and started them in the field. Since the introduction of the New Case '600* and '900' Series Self- Propelled Combine, Taylors have delivered over 50 new units in our local area. As of this date, TAYLORS have sold over 400 drying units in the surrounding area. Over DO of these have been Batch or Continuous Grain Dryers, Over 320 of those have boon grain drying tanks. During the past 12 years, TAYLORS have erected Stool Groin Storage Buildings which hold over 7 million bushels of corn, Since 1958, TAYLORS have employed the Becker Construction Co. to do their steel erection. Today the Becker Construction Co. holds one of the highest ratings in' the Construction of Behlen Products over issued by Behlen Mfg. Co. REX TAYLOR, who manages the TAYLOR IMPL. CO., is well qualified in tho construction and the Grain Harvesting and Drying Field, Ho attends every mooting possible to learn more about not only the products which he sells, but information on how to make them work profitably for his customers who use them. Why don't you see REX TAYLOR - TODAY - NOW IS THE TIME TO PLAN FOR YOUR 19«D NEEDS. SEE AND BUY AT Taylor Implement Co. "Your Drying and Harvesting Headquarters" ALGONA READY MIX CONCRET! • SAVif MONiY • SAVil TIMi • DOfS A IITTiR 401 FHONi I99r$?ea Algona, Iowa cowm CORP. (Formerly Ready Mi* Concrete * Lumber Co.) IOWA STATE DANK Algona's Home-owned tank t Member of FCNC • Member of Federal Reserve System 5.00 44.50 9.80 ,».»» f 20.00 . : ,34.oo;., 1*5.67 170.61 179.54 158.96 47.79 225.64 154.07 144.04 111.50 15.90 130.24 , 82.25. 356.25 264.62 14.21 138.00 39.60 318.75 171.28 186.32 200.02 164,98 157.65 14.34 176.70 47.80 149,80 22.3? 116.71 16.19 126.22 18.75 2.25 21.55 "to®™ arasiBVi*, God*. Solafy *.*+.***Ml.! 1\ Courtney, Salary ^.i^-.*..^.^ B. Reilfy, Labor ».*•„**'•""* .„.„ Id. Stole Bk., WhoMMO „., '10.1 Soe, See., Soc. Set. .„*&* Inert, loot! . ...J-.-s-i-ii 'B • • WlM^M, U/vhllXltf ' V • D.'^ Yvm^Ti} mannoiv •£—^—* Sioux Cy. Foundry, Supplies' SEWER RENTAL Lemkee, Salary . . Sifert, Salary ..... i.. la. Stale Bk,, Wholding .. Slate Comm., Wholding — Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. Ipers,"Ipers ..»4l.iii..~ia NW Bell, Telephone .. ,".85, RECREATION •• '< Boldrldge, Salary 1SS.3I la. State Bk., Wholding ... 7.50 • Slate Comm.,,Wholding ---, J.I3 SOc. Sec., Soe. See. ...... "15.64 Ipers, Ipors ...;..^...*» ' 12.46' Mun. Bond, Taxes ,. 616.15 MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISE t,69«.9B t vS Cemetery ASJOC.. Taxes PARKING METER ' Green, Salary Schmidt, Salary . .... la. State Bk., Wholding ... State Comm., Wholdlng . Soc. See., Soe. Sec. 1 Ipers, Ipers . Trust i Agency, Pension . Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance,'.Algona, Iowa," 209.25 60.33 33.40 • 4.40 28,77 SIS* 2.50 Is Osr SpscisHT We'll appreciate a chance to estimate without obligation on any town or farm construction. TIETZ CONSTRUCTION CO. 210 E. Ook St. • 5-5577 • Algona IMPLEMENT CO. 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