Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 17, 1966
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6-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, «&* 17, Now-The Most Complete Building Line Market..; * * ; illen Building Sizes For Every Farmer!! North Kossuth woman's niece wins honors Swea Eagle — the Walter O'Greens were last weekend guests of Mrs. O'Green's sister, the Fordes Bergans, St. Paul. Mrs. O'Green stayed for the week to attend the coronation of the Queen of Snows of the Winter Carnival Tuesday evening. Judith Bergart, youngest daughter of the Fordes Bergans, as princess of the Emporium, was a contestant. She was chosen First Lady in Waiting to the new queen, Jeannie Williams. As first lady in waiting, Mrs. Nels Godfredson Sunday for 'the birthday of Lisa, who was three. The Ralph Genglers and Bob Genglers, Whittemore., were Sunday visltofS at Floyd Brek« ke's. The Leo SchultZes, Cosmos, Minn., were foiday arid Satur* day guests at Laurel Peterson's. The women are sisters. The Swea Harrison ttomema- kers met February 15 with Mrs. Harold Jones with Mrs. Walker Jr. assisting. The home extension lesson was given by Mrs. Maynard Jensen and Mrs. Tom Preston. Women of Swea and Harrison townships interested in the home extension lessons are invited. Mrs. Virgil Jensen returned from Rochester, Minn., where she had been a patient at St, Mary's hospital for SVfe weeks The Weldon Brandts and Virgil . , Judy will-be making many ap-.J enscn brought her home Sun- The Edward Andersons, Sioux Falls, S.D., were callers at his brother, the Albert Andersons. Saturday callers at William Tobin's were his brothers, the Adrian Tobins, Rochester, $ Minn., and George Tobins, East Chain, and a sister, Mrs. Glenmore Style, Fairmont. The five pearancsS for the queen. Judy received many nice gifts including a beautiful Wardrobe. Walter O'Green and Brian went to St. Paul Friday evening Mrs. O'Green returned them Sunday afternoon. and with All Clear-Span, of Curvet Construction, which is ] the Strongest Type Building Money Can Buy — Look at these < new sizes — • New 40' wide Low Economy Priced • New 5V wide Low Economy Priced $ New 68' wide Low Economy Priced IMAGINE! You can now buy a New Behlen Curvet ; ; < 68' wide Clear-Span Building in the 5 - 7000 square feet ' ! ', size for $2.25 per square foot for Steel,, Concrete and E.rec- ; tion, Delivered to Your Farm and Set Up On Concrete Floor. J A 40' wide Building width for as low as $2.08 per ' ; ', square foot. This includes steel, freight, concrete floor, and ', ; erection. So NOW IS THE TIME TO SEE TAYLORS for the < I Building You Have Been Thinking About. These new sizes J; offer excellent buildings for cattle and hog buildings, and < > they can be insulated with factory applied Vrethane. < I We have excellent concrete and erection service for ; J our customers and we can do a job you'll be proud of. Taylor Implement Co "Your Grain Harvesting Headquarters" 11 5-2467 ALGONA ! »»»»»»»»*»»»»+»»»»»»»»»»»»»»+»»»»»»»»»+•»»»•»+»»» Had been to Emmetsburg to visit another brother, John To- bdn, who is ill. The Kenneth Brones and Hubert Brones were Sunday tors with a sister, the William Buhmans, Emmons, Minn., for the birthday of their father, Jay W. Brones. The Wendell Ditsworths had their card club Sunday. The La Verne Larsons won high scores. Julie Larsen had her 9th birthday Wednesday after school with classmates of the 3rd grade guests. Present were Shirley Schauberger, Deanne Ditsworth, Vicki Thorsheim, Lorinda Preston, Stacy Albers Trudy Bauer, Kay Campbell, Teresa Gonzaloz and Julie. The Harvey C. Larsens are the parents. Many from the area attended the United Commercial Travelers dinner at Fairmont last Tuesday. Winners of door prizes included Mrs. Floyd Brekke, Wallace Dawson, Emory Preston, Mike Kennedy, Mrs. John Kelly and Jim Hacker of this areav i'''«>' ! Nr.J'.-fltti! HisD .-.-Kin : The Mervin Johnsons had as guests the W. E. Stows and Cecil Godfredsons, Humboldt, and day. SAK6R HOME '&&£&•&& Mike Baker« son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Baker of Algona, arrived home on furlough Wednesday after service irt Viet Nam with the Air Force special force of "greefi berets." A story irt another Algona newspaper Mofi* day reported he was still in Viet Nam but in fact he was already in this country on his way home when the story was written. Towels Paint . 31.6§ 3.2S 6.35 6.07 Ihd. Towel Sterwin-Williams, Sieg Co., Funnel — Sunray DX .Oil, Supplies 35.60 Upper D. Moines, Publishing --- 22.60 .ROAD USt TAX Al96na Machine Shop, Repairs . 4.96 AlgOhd ,lrhpl., Repairs ...*.----- 2.00 Arnold Motors, Tools 4 Repairs . 169.60 Bradley Equlb., Repairs ... 24.73 Gibbs-Cook? Repairs ,'-^- 10.79 Johnston Auto., Repairs ..+...* ^ A 7.30 Mainlinei Equip.,. Repairs Legal Notiett UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was hold in the City Hall, City of Algona, iowa Feb. 1, 1966, at 7:30 O'clock P.M. Present were; Buchanan, Harmes, Bay, T. James Palmer, Supt. and Ira Kohl, Sec The minutes of the meeting of Jan. 17, 1966, were read and approved. Motion by Harmers, seconded by Buchanan, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audl- . it rt _n ~j.ii t.ntlcm "Awn." Pi irnnnorv eerson'e, , . Sunray DX Oil, Gasoline _..--- 200.38 PUILIC lAfttV Boekelmoh, Salary <. *--* 376.70 Bulten, Salary -.---^ --- 99.84 Gefdes, Salary ..-.. - 192.22 Hutchison, Salary Jorgenson, Salary -. *Rasmussen, Salary -...--.i- Elbert, Salary .- -;-^- -34.49 Volat Salary 231.94 la State Bonk, Wholding —... 202.40 Trust & Agency, Pension 20.79 Ricklefs, Insurance ... 8 V£S Upper D. Moines, Subscription -- • 4.0C Arnold Motors, Repairs 72.67 Cook's Welders, Supplies 3.7C Fleet Tractor Stores, Wheels 4.20 R. Groeh, Expenses ,?;•]] Sunray DX Oil, Gasoline 163.61 Taylor Motors, Parts .— 35.64 Advance Publ.. . Publishing 49.00 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 11.6 Hilton's Super Service, Service - 5.01 Electronic Spec., Service 122.00 Including of . all 6thcr lft€<>fl5SKr«d «itl«s Srtd f6Wrts lying therein. The polling place for said election Precinct • No,. 3 .will .be at the Schoalhouse, irt the Towri of Ottosen, Iowa. ,,,'•.• This Notice Is given by order, of the Board of Directors of sola' School'District pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 296, Code of Iowa, 1962, as amended, and to a.. with, and as ordered by a **£ resolution , adopted by the Board of Directors oTi the 11th day of February, 1966. Shirley C. Knudson . Secretary, Board of Directors Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Afgond, Iowa, Feb. 17, 24, March 3 and 10, AUCTION COMPLETE CLOSE-OUT Having decided to retire from farming, wiJl sell all personal property at public auction, on the farm located from Corwith — 1 mile north on highv/ay 60; From Wesley — Va mile east and 6 miles south, on Wednesday, Feb. 23,1966 - SALE WILL START AT 1:00 SHARP A Good Line of Equipment 1 1953 IHC SUPER 'M' TRACTOR F-Crator, L.P.T.O., Fluid in good tires — A-l condition. 1948 IHC 'M' TRACTOR F-Crator — Extra Clean. 1947 IHC 'M' TRACTOR In Tip Top Shape. 2 — IHC "448" Cultivators IHC "2MH" Corn Picker, always shedded, Extra good — M & W Super Snout IHC No. "37" 14 foot Tandem Disc IHC No. "30" Manure Spreader — Clean IHC 4 Bar Side Rake Stan-Hoist Manure Loader • with Snow and Dirt Scoop 2—John Deere 3-14" Plows IHC 7 Foot Power Mower Stan-Hoist 48' 2-wheel Elevator, Spouts, etc. John Deere 4-Sec. Harow — with Steel Folding Evener John Deere 48 foot Elevator, with Spouts, Speed Jack, etc. 2—Kovar 15 foot Spring Tooths — 1 near new Case "A6" Combine, with Pickup, etc. IHC 10 Foot Power Binder John Deere "490" Corn Planter, Fertilizer Attachments, etc. John Deere 15 Foot Disc — Good Portable 14' Auger, with % Motor Tractor Chains — 12 x 38 IHC Heavy Duty Hyd. Cylinder John Deere Trailer, wood flare box IHC Trailer, steel flare box Anthony Trailer, steel flare box 7-row Mounted Sprayer 300 Gal. Gas Barrel, with stand Mrs. Ralph Walker Monday gave a farewell party for Mrs Tillie Smith who is moving to Fairmont. Mrs. Joe Johnson wasj assistant. Other guests were Mmes. Ervin Heidenwith, Junior Halmke, Art Glaus-sen,- James Preston, Thomas Preston, James Smith, Maynard Gregorson, Martin Geerdes, Gary Gray, Donald Johnson and Weldon Brandt. They gave Mrs. Smith a purse of silver. Mrs. Walter Magnusen attended a birthday party for her sister-in-law, Mrs. Vernon Cutler, at Trimont Saturday. Sunday, the Walter Magtiu- sens attended a birthday party at Andrew Madsen's, Bast Chain. The Nels Madsens showed slides of their trip to Europe at Christmas. They accompanied their daughter to Germany to make her home with her husband who is in service there. The Gene Thompsons visited his brother, the John Thorn?*sons, Ozona, Texas, for ~ two weeks. The Pete Reiers, Sioux Falls, S.D., came Sunday to her parents, the Virgil Jensens. Mrs. Beiers and the children will stay for a few days to care for her mother who just returned from the hospital. Mrs. Walter Hans was a surgery patient at the hospital at Estherville for 8 days. Guests at Walter Hans's last week were the R. S. Mathers, Mrs. Andrew Brones, their son, Loren, a grandson, Darwin Jorgensen, Des Moines, and the Otto Kellys. Larry Rippentrop had his 6th birthday Feb. 7. He is the son of the-Orville-Rippentrops. M-D banquet last Wednesday at Titonka Titonka — The Mother-Daughter Banquet was held at the Titonka Methodist Fellowship Hall Wednesday, Feb. 9. Methodist Men were hosts, cooking and serving the meal for the ladies. Fed "Roll call, voting "Aye", Buchanan, Harmes & Bay. Voting "Nay" none, mo"" —' U«T_H,N. . 31 22 1,927.20 Treasurer of State', Tax 14.96 C. M. St. P. & P. R.R. Co., Freight - 160.10 Pay Roll, Pay Roll -- 2,564.04 Milton O. Bllyeu, Labor - 260.79 Wilbur E. Bruner, Labor : !?i-«X 'Brian Rike. Labor •. 60.89 Charles Volk, Labor r^T-i Monte Collins, Labor 130.53 John Wood, Labor -- 147.84 Iowa State Bank, Wholding -- 474.40 Sbc. Sec. Fund, Soc. Sec. Tax - 369.60 Iowa State Tax Comm., State Income Tax 63.63 Ricklefs Ins.. Ins. — 46.86 Gade, SANITATION Salary r 1 la. State Bank, Wholding Herbst Insurance, Premium 59.00 Mason Cy. Blueprint, Maps 48.09 Greenbera's. Supplies 3.17 1.25 Greenberg's, Supplies City Clerk, Adv. Cash Laing's, Service 3.35 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary - - 15 9'9r. Lemkee, Salary '2 5 ' 7 5 la. State Bank, Wholding 23.40 Ricklefs, Insurance 14.12 Pratt Electric, Bulbs 3.90 Sunray DX Oil, Supplies .4.26 Trupke Elec., jfc^™ 4.12 Boldridge, Salary * 101.14 E. Chopin, Labor .... 6.87 r\i(,isici s ma,, ma. «,,;;; North Cen. Pub. Ser. Co., Gos 4,014.62 Mobil Oil Co., Fuel Oil 923 '1? Nolco Chem. Co., Supplies .. Cooper-Bessemer Co., Supplies _ Diesel Ser. Co., Supplies 241.80 20.08 28.57 W. D. Allen Co., Supplies .._ 55.48 Standard Oil- Co., -Fuel Oil 34.68 R. J. Funk, Supplies 120.66 Arnold Motor Co., Supplies _. .nd. Towel, Service Benson's Welding, Repairs Algona Machine Shop, Repairs Cook's Scrap Iron, Misc. McMaster Carr Supply Co., Sup- 5.36 6.74 18.00 30.14 5.36 8.80 8.35 _ Sreenbsrg Auto Supply, Supplies Iowa- Electric Supply Co., Supplies 173.46 Schneider Elec. Co., Supplies . 87.03 Elec. Materials Co., Supplies . 54.94 Terry-Durin Co., Supplies Joe Bradley Eqpt., Service Hilton's Super Ser., Repairs -Glenn's D-X Ser., Gas ed Bldg. Cen. Inc., Repairs ig's Plumbing, Supplies Garrigan High School, Easement Hutzell's, Supplies " Gerald Ollum, Repairs 95.37 1.50 3.00 95.68 40.17 5.07 - 20.00 5.33 19.77 G. Duncan, P. Hegarty, Labor".- 48.22 Labor - 33.58 r, i icuui t r f I.WMWI ___ — — — — — — — — -.— — — •— — la. State Bank, Wholding 19.00 Advance Publ., Cardboard .60 Miller Lumber, Supplies 7.26 Pratt Electric, Labor & Mat. 111.97 PARKING METER Nouholz, Salary 51.27 Groen, Salary - -- 297.10 la. State Bank, Wholding 49.50 Trust 8, Agency, Pension 3.79 Ricklefs, Insurance : 14.12 TRUST Ir AGENCY B. Egli. Pension 75.00 Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance., Algonai, Iowa, February 17, 1966. , ------ ..... Penney's, Mdsei ____________ 102.09 Blossom Ins., Ins. ----------- 787.68 Bohannon Ins., Ins. ---------- 680.00 Herbst Real Estate, Ins. ----- 57.20 ----U. D.M. Pub. Co., Publ. ----Advance Pub. Co., Publ. ---Algono Reminder, Publ. ----- KLGA Radio, Adv. ---------Directory Ssr. Co., Supplies .T. James Palmer, Exp. -----Paul Newsome, Exp. __ ------- N.W. Bell Tel. Co., Service .. Petty Cash, Misc. 174.23 101.41 40.04 44.85 103.03 75.19 29.11 68.81 27.02 WATER FUND Treasurer of State, Tax 385.46 Pay Roll, Pay Roll 436.38 Walter D. Peterson, Labor 186.88 Maurice Krebsbach, Labor 166.81 Iowa State Bank, Tax 81.30 Soc. Sec. Fund, Tax 54.93 Iowa State Tax Comm., Tax ._ 6.34 Ricklefs Ins., Ins. , 7.06 Hach Chemical Co., Supp. 13.49 McKesson & Robbins, Supp. .- 447.62 Anderson Brass Co., Supp. 685.94 R. J. Funk Plumbing, Supp. _- 5.85 Joseph G. Pollard Co., Inc., Supp. . , Redirig'' Gravel, 1 " •Service'' V- ( -1 _ . Miller Lumber Co., Supplies __ 2.50 Glenn's D-X Service, Gas 41.41 Directory Ser. Co., Supplies __ 38.00 Bohannon Ins., Ins. 1,143.40 Blossom Ins., Ins. 227.35 Petty Cash, Misc. 2.57, DEPOSIT FUND Igono Municipal Utilities, For Clyde Branson 5.00 A resolution approving a contract and bond of the Jay E. Williams, Electrical Contractor, Dubuque, Iowa, was passed, approved and adopted. The rental charge for the residence on Lots 10 and 11, Government Lot 6, was set at $50.00 per month. A pole and wire agreement with the C.M. St. P8.P R.R. Co. was approved and accepted. Next meeting date was set for Feb. 6, 1966, at 12:01 o'clock P.M. Meeting adjourned. Ira Kohl, Secretary Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algonai, Iowa, February 17, 1966. American Legion held their monthly Auxiliary business 101 HEAD LIVESTOCK - FEED AND EQUIPMENT meeting on Monday at the home of Mrs. Sadie Denton. Good Hope Lutheran Circles meet this week with Shirley and Jennie Circles at the church on Tuesday evening, Florence Circle Wednesday morning at the church, Bea Circle at Mrs. Dwight Garret home on Wednesday afternoon, Jeanette Circle the same afternoon at the church, and Janan Circle on Wednesday evening at the church. W. J. Anderson of St. Louis Park, Minn, was a Saturday visitor of his mother, Mrs. Tanna Anderson. Grace Heifner was a visitor last weekend with her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Denny, in Des Moines. 45 Head Hamp Stock Hogs — Wt @ 150 Pounds — Thirfty 50 Head Cross Bred Late Fall Pigs — Wt. © 65 Pounds — Good Poers 10 x 14 Walk-In Hog Feeder 9 * 12 Feed Shed on Skids 12 x 16 Brooder House 20 Ft. Hay Bunk — 20 Ft. Feed Bunk 400 Bales Bright Alfalfa Hay 1200 Bales Straw in Barn 1—Holstein Cow, milkinq now 1—HoUtein Cow, to freshen March 1st 1—Holstein Cow, to freshen last of April — All Bred To Holstein Bull — 2—Mixed Steers Wt. @ 750 Pounds 1—HoUtein Heifer, Wt. @ 700 Pounds HEALTH PAPERS SALE DAY tog Chains. Anvil, Vise, Forks, Scoops, and very few other items. TfRMS—Cash - No property to be removed until settled for—Not responsible for accidents ALBERT WERMERSEN, Owner $. West, Wesley, la., Auctioneer Corwith State Bank, Clerk IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN .THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ANNA M. MURTAGH, Deceased. Probate No. 8869 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF ANNA M. MURTAGH, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the llth day of February, 1966, the las will and testament of Anna M. Mur)agh deceased, bearing date of the 4th' da 1 of June, 1936, was admitted to probati in the above named court and that Eu gene Murtagh was appointed execute of said estate. Notice is further given that any actiot to set aside said will must be brough in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the seconc publication of this notice, or thereafte be forever barred. Notice is further given that all person indebted to said estate are requested t make immediate payment to the under signed, and creditors having claim against said estate shall file them wit the clerk of the above named distric court, as provided by low, duly authen ticated, for allowance; and unless s filed within six months from the secon publication of this notice (unless other wise allowed or paid) such claim sha thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 14th day of February, 1966 Eugene Murtagh Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa Address Hutchison & Andreasen Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 24th day of February, 1966. Published in the Algona Kossut County Advance, Aloong, Iowa February 17 and 24, 1966. NOTICE OF SPECIAL SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified voters of the Twin Rivers Community School District, in the Counties of Humboldt and Kossuth, State of Iowa that a special school election has beer called and ordered to be held in anc for said School District on the 16th day of March, 1966, whereat there will be submitted to the voters of said Schoo District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition, to-wit: "Shall the Twin Rivers Community School District, in the Counties of Humboldt and Kossuth, State of Iowa, issue bonds in the amount of One Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000) for the purpose of carrying out a school building program consisting of building and furnishing additions to the high school building and remodeling and improving existing school buildings in and for said School District?" The polls for said election will be open from twelve o'clock Noon until seven o'clock P.M., Central Standard Time, of said day, and for said election said School District has been divided into three voting precincts and the respective Dolling places therefor shall be as follows: Precinct No. 1 — All that port of said School District contained within what is known and has been officially designated as Director District No. 1 and more particularly described as all that part of said School District lying within Grove and Humboldt Townships, in Humboldt County, Iowa, including the Town of Livermore and all other incorporated cities and towns lying therein. The polling ISt>. 1 >-i j n the Town of Livermore, Iowa. Precinct No. 2 — All that part of said School District contained within what is known and has been officially designated as Director District No. 2 and more particularly described as all that part of said School District lying within Riverdale township -in Kossuth County, Iowa, and within Rutland and Delano Townships, in Humboldt County, Iowa, including the Town of Bode and all other incorporated cities and towns lying therein. The polling place for said election Precinct No. 2 will be at the Council Room of the Town Hall, in the Town of Bode Iowa. Precinct No. 3 — All of the remaining area within the boundaries of said School District, including all that part of said School District contained within what is known and has been officially designated as Director District No. 3 and more particularly described as all that part of said School District lying within Garfield Township, in Kossuth County, lowo, and within Wacousta and Avery Townships, in Humboldt County, Iowa, PUBLIC FARM AUCTION As 1 have decided to quit farming, 1 will sell — TUESDAY, FEB. 22, 1966 LOCATION:' % mile east, %' nofth, 3 east of Leland OR 1 west, 5'south, .% west of Lake Mills OR % mile west of Winnebago Church. Lunch on Ground* Sale Start* At 12 Sharp! CoWs sell at 12 o'clock — then on to machinery. 55 HEAD HOLSTEJN CATTLE All C.H.V. — All Caltle Tested. 18 Holstein Cows, (some springing); 1 Holstein Heifer (fresh); 4 Springing Holstein Heifers; 2 Holstein Heifers (bred)._ 7 Holstein Heifers (open); 1 Holstein Bull; 6 Holstein Heifers; 7 Holstein Steers; 1 Holstein Bull Calf; 6 Steer Calves; 2 Holstein Heifer Calves. FARM MACHINERY 1 Model A 1949 John Deere Tractor, new tires, overhauled (good); 1 Model A 1936 John Deere Tractor; 1 J.D. Plow, No. 44-2-16" or 14"; 1 J.D. 490 Corn Planter, fertilizer and disc openers; J.D. 2- row Cultivator; 1 J.D. Model "L" Spreader; 1 M.M. 2-row PU11 Type Picker; 1 J.D. 8 ft. Field Cultivator; 14A New Idea Spreader, oid; 1 M.M. 10 ft. Tandem, 18" blades; 1 Super Six Loader; 1 7 ft. I.D. Tractor Mower, No. 5; 1 M.W. Steel Box; 1 M.W. Wagon; 1 J.D. 15 ft. Disc; 1 Flat Rack; 1 Rubber Tired Wagon; 1 Wind- rower with center delivery; 1 Gas Barrel with steel stand, 300 gal.; 1 Triple Box with seeder (mounted); 1 5-section Noble Drag; Olson Hay Fork; 1 Feed Bunk. DAIRY EQUIPMENT — 2 Surge Buckets; 9 Ten Gallon Cans; 2 4-gallon Pails; 2 Strainers; 2 Calf Pails. 12 SHEEP — 11 Native Ewes, 1 Buck. 800 BALES HAY. HOUSEHOLD GOODS — Skelgas 4-burner 30" Stove (big oven). Usual Auction Terms Not responsible for accidents ROY STENE owner AUCTIONEERS: Col. Roy B. Johnson, Buffalo Center (Lie. 293), Col. Arnie Murra, Forest City (Lie. 282). CLERK: Farmers & Merchants State Bank, Lake Mills, Iowa COUNCIL MINUTES The city council met Feb. 9, 1966 in regular session with Mayor Finn and the 'allowing council members: Muckey, Andreasen, Cook, Miller and Peirce. Absent: Elbert. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Resolution accepting the low bid of FORENOON ... Sturts at 10:30 a.m. PUBLIC FARM AUCTION Legal Description: SVi of SW/4 of Sec. 10-98-23 and N'/2 of NW/4 of Sec. 15-98-23 and NE>/4 of NE14 of Sec. 16-98-23 . . . 200 ACRES OF GOOD FARM LAND Located 1 mile west and 8 miles South of Lake Mills, Iowa or 3 east and 4 north of Forest City, Iowa. . . . to further my education by going on to school I will sell the following at public auction on ... FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25 NOTE: This Sale Will Start at 10:30 a.m. 7-ROOM HOUSE — All modern — Aluminum Siding . . . Aluminum windows, hot water heater, water softener, insulated real good! 32' x 66' BARN — Remodeled 3 years ago! Barn is set up for milking 30 cows . . . will pass for Grade A Milking! 32' x 36' Leanto On Barn! New milk house and feed room attached to barn! OTHER BUILDINGS — Hog House with feeding floor; Overhead Corn Crib for 1,500 bushel storage overhead and 3.000 bu. ear corn; Machine Shed, 16' x 32' leanto on side of corn crib; 14' x 36' Silo; 10' x 100' Trench Silo; Garage.;- •„ , t -, t ,M .n ciUl This farm is a real good setup for dairy and could easily be fixed for hogs or beef cattle. Farm is well tiled, raises good crops in wet or dry years. 90 ACRES CORN BASEr. This farm may be inspected any time prior to sale by appointment . . . call Leland 567-4590. A finders fee of $100 will be paid to the licensed salesman or broker who produces buyer, if he has registered name of 'buyer with auctioneers before sale time. TERMS — $10,000 down, balance on or before June 1, 1966. Possession March 1, 1966. For financing see your banker, real estate broker or Col. Roy B. Johnson. Seller reserves right to reject any or all bids! Auctioneers: Col. Roy B. Johnson, Buffalo Center; Col. Arnie Murra, Forest City SALE TO START AT 10:30 A.M. RONALD KHUOTSOH $1600.00 by Kossuth Motor Co. new police car was adopted. for a Resolution accepting the low bid of $3589.00 by Joe Bradley Equipment for a new emergency vehicle for the Fire dcpt. was adopted. H. Smith of Wallace and Holland, Engr. firm of Mason City, la. gave a report on a proposed extension of the sanitary sewer in the southwest part of the city,' This was referred to the Sanitation committee for study and recommendation to the council. Roy Burris, city mechanic for street dept., came before the council for a request to purchase a air compressor. This was referred to the Street Committee for study and recommendation to the council. R. Uickteig • came before the council concerning a sewer backup in his residence at 218 S. Durant. It was explained that the city could not be held liable for any sewer backup unless it could be proved that the city was negligent in some way. Three firms submitted bids for a base radio for the Police dept. and after considerable discussion it was agreed that the Purchasing committee make a study of the bids submitted and make a recommendation to the council. Resolution approving the 1965 Road Use Tax report to the State Highway Comm. was adopted. Proposed ord. 449 entitled "Ordinance amending ordinance No. 413, the municipal code, by prohibiting parking in an area bounded by McGregor, Ridgley, North and Phillips streets between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. and prohibiting parking on Main street at any time-, and providing penalties for the violation thereof" was given the second reading. Authorized the purchase of 60 meter mechanism to replace the old mechanism. Authorized Mayor, City Clerk and any other city officials that can get away to attend a League of Iowa Municipalities meeting at Des Moines, la. Feb. 18, 1966. Moved and seconded the meeting adj. D. A. Smith, Citv Clerk APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION NO. 1143 February 9th, 19** GENERAL Finn. Salary „ — ..„; $135.00 Smith, Salary 223.31 Sands, Salary 120.29 la. State Bank, Wholding 61.40 Ricklefs, Insurance 14.12 Advance Pub., Publishing 181,00 Algono Reminder, Printing 5.50 Arwell, Rat Control 23.00 Callaghan Co., Book Rev. 40.00 City Clerk. Adv. Cash 13.95 W. Finn, Court Costs 40.00 IBM Corp., Supplies 2.25 Int. Blda. Officials, Pues 5.00 Modern Business Equip., Paper .. 19.50 M. Parrott Co., Supplies 36.77 Upper D. Moines, Publishing 87,53 Burris, Salary ... '.. 254.44 Burtis, Salary 213.04 Frqmbach, Salary 186.10 Helmers, Salary 209.61 Lashbrook, Salary , , 47,89 Pergartde, Salary — 261.24 Wibben, Salary 183.93 la. State Bank, Wholding 155.70 Ricklefs, Insurance 25.68 City Clerk, Adv. Cash 8.44 Cook's Scrap Iron, Supplies 6.39 Cook's Welders, Supplies 324.62 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies - 23.90 Machinery Auction Monday, A. M. Feb. 21 1 Sale starts 9:46 Located East edge off Emmetsburg 100 FARM TRACTORS Including MeCormick Deering Farmall 806s, 706s, 560s, 460s, 450s, 400s, Super MTA, Super M's,M's,H's, Oliver 1800 Diesel Oliver 88's John Deere 4010, John Deere A's, John Deere G's, John Deere 60's, Several other kinds, 6 Crawler Tractors 40 Combines — 20 Self propelled, 20 pull type 35 Plows 2 New Field Choppers, MeCormick Deering No, 50 18 Cultivators 20 Corn Planters —4 and 6 row 15 Corn Pickers Acres and acres of good, sharp, used machinery of all kinds, 7 used trucks EVERY ITEM SELLS REGARDLESS OF PRICE Palo Alto Implement EMMCTMUR8, WWA Lyle Benson, liingsted, la. Clair Clark, Ceylon, Minn. Lloyd Clark, Armstrong, la., Auctioneers

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