Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1966 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1966
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Services ,— R2Nf — Electric Sham- pooer tor $1 with purchase of LUSTRE FOAM RUG SHA1& POO. Guaranteed Best fciiy Read's furniture, Algona. '"""•' MACHINE' — Service all makes. Free estimate in store. New zigzags from $49 Upi l^ate model trade-in priced ;o sell. North Iowa Sewing Ma"chine Co.. Algona, la. 29wlltfn RUGS UPHOLSTERY, WALLS Cleaned the Von Schrader Way. Wo i'uss, no muss, no odor, cleaned the Van Schrader dry _pam way. Rugs can be used me same day. Phone for free estimate today. Ben Bruhns, 3221. ttichard Jergens, 4561, West bend, Iowa. 20tfn EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store HIRE • BUV • SELL* RENT • SWAP • HIRE • BUY' SELL' RENT • SWAP - HIRE • BUY • SELL •+»+,»•»»«•••» For Sale MR. FARMER — Something new in farm property insurance. If you want more protection — a broader coverage — fair claim settlements — low rates — see L. S. Bohannon, East of Iowa State Bank. 30w49 FOR SALE — Two good used window type Air Conditioners. Cook's Welders Supply, Inc., Algona. 13w47-50 FOR SALE Floyd Newyille home on South Minnesota Street in Algona, Iowa ALSO Three Lots in Northeast Algona See Delia Welter, Conservator Phone 295-2891 or 295-3688 49 & 51 FOR SALE — Started pullets 2 weeks old $33.90; 3 weeks old $35.90; Call collect 5861, Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft, Iowa. 40tfn FOR SALE — Boys bicycle, 26 inch, white calf show halter; medium sized saddle. Call Jon Deim, 295-2549. 43tfn. Real Estate LOTS FOR SALE — Newly graded lots north of Third Ward school, phone 295-3271, AlgO'na. 14\v49tfn FOR SALE — The Charles Cle> msnt home at 405 South Jo-nsc Street. No phone cr.lls. If interested please come to the residence. 21w49 FOR SALE — The Leo Bleich residence, Wesley, Iowa. Also: Upright piano, excellent condition; new electric sewing mar chine; and a five passengei "Mainliner" fiberglass boat with Mercury motor. Mrs. Leo Bleich Wesley. Phone 679-4168. 32w49 CHICKS ON HAND — day old and started. Save money on all chicks purchased by picking them up at our hatchery. High egg production pullets at $29.90 per 100. Call collect 928-2213, Titonka, Hamilton Hatchery, Titonka, la. 36w38tfn FOR SALE — Used Ford Truck, hoist and box. $400. Taylor Implement Co., Algona. Phone HOUSE FOR SALE—by owner Three bedroom, 1V_ bath, ful basement, attached double gar age and lot, may assume 5 J /4 G I. loan, immediate possession Call 295-5315 for appointment R. W. Welp, 913 E. Elm, Algona 31w47-5( Farm Machinery ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE—/ THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1964 OR SALE — A6 Case Combine; jower takeoff, ready to go. ScoUt -.lean. Ervin Vottelef, 6 miles >vest Bancroft. 49-50! USED MACHINERY t—1965 John Deere 1010 Utility with heavy duty loader ; 1—Case 500 Diesel — 4 wheel tractor 1—1%4 Case Combine with corn 295-2467. 15w34tfn EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE FOR SALE BY OWNER— 3 bed room house with attachec double garage. Also full base ment, carpeted living room, drapes, and kitchen built-ins. Call 295-2835 for appointment. 26w44tfn .»»»»»»»»»»+»»»»»»»»++•*« head — like new 1—1963 No. 30 John Reere Combine, PTO ' 1—Late PTO 77 Case Combine, A-l 1—Late 9' Case Wiridrower with trucks ;. 1__6» _ 28' Stan Hoist Auger— PTO 1—H Farmall with new Duz Al Loader 1—800 Case Diesel — new tires 1_"M" Farmall with new tire 1—56' Koyher Commercial 7% auger with motor hopper cpt I—Case PTO model 200 demo. Baler — big discount 1—Trailer type sprayer, like new $2<K —Good No. 438 4 row IHC Cult. $250 Many others — See Us. TAYLOR IMPL. CO. V } Algona, Iowa AUCTION SALE SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1966 1 P.M. Household goods: 3 Beds and springs, eot with springs, 4 dressers, phonograph, radio, buffet, writing desk, cook stove, kitchen cabinet, refrigerator, Maytag washer, Rugs, Misc. others (including a few antiques). 1951 Chrysler Auto. 2 wheel trailer, new chain saw, power mower, hand mower, misc. tools, etc. Herman J. Putz Estate At the residence at the East edge of Burt, Iowa CHAS. QUINN, Auctioneer L. W. NITCHALS, Executor Cattle FOR SALE — Polled Hereford bulls. P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock. la. Ilw4tfn Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS — Words cannot adequately express i gratitude to those who expres sed their sympathy and helpful ness4o me^-sosbeaittif ally, at the I time of my recent sorrow. Mich ael W. Loss. 49* Help Wanled »«••» ,-.'• -W- LEBAL NOTICES Smith, Salary —* -__ Sands, SSIdry ____i ... la. State'Bk., Fed. Tax »»•««««»•«• AT ANTED — Secretarial clerical help in Algona. Must be quali- ied, in typing, and mathematics \ble to assume responsibility enjoy working with people, county resident with farm back- round. Salary above normal, 90 day probationary period, excel- ent benefits and retirement. Send qualifications, training a- i)ove high school level, experience and present employment. Vour inquiry will be confidential. Will cqntact you. Write Box 400-H, Algona, Iowa. 2.4.98 120.39 60.60 6.61 37.18 51.15 16.78 21.35 Henderson, t Salary " __.--_• SchufterV Salary 1 '-*— _...._..-_'« Sigsb_o,i. Sdlary T ---—-..^.«..._---, Work Wanted WANTED — Will cut lawns. Call 295-2185, Algona, la. 7w48-49 ,„_ NOTtCI lrt j; Equity N6. 19S88 iAROL SIMMONS,'- ' ' • Plaintiff, !ONATHAN V siMMONS, ' 1 Defendant. 'o: JONATHAN SIMMONS, THE DEFENDANT NAMED HEREIN . . You are fie.reby notified that Plain-tiff's petition in the above entitled action is now on file in the bffice' of the Clerk of the above named Court, which petition demands absolute divorce from vou on the grounds of cruel and Inhuman treatment, without fault of thti plaintiff, and that the plaintiff have sole custody of the child to be born to plaintiff. SalcT petition further demands that plaintiff be awarded the, household goods and furniture, and costs of said action. i • • You are also hereby notified to appear before said Court, at Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on or before the 28th day of July?, A.D., 1966, and that nless you so appear and file appearance, motion of pleading, your default will be ntered and 'judgment Or decree will be endered against you for the relief demanded in plaintiff's petition, /s/ Shumway, Kelly & Frlstedt Shumway, Kelly & Frlstedt Attorney for .Plaintiff v .101 North Hall St., Algona,' Iowa. Published in the Algona Kossuth County' Advance. :Algona. Iowa, June 23,. 30 and July 7, 1966. Life Inv. Ins.. rivmivini ______ Advance, Publishing _._ Ad, SysterhS, Supplies ___. Reminder, Vouchers _.•—-• Arwell, Services - 23.00 W. Finn, Court Cd-ts 101.00 Frederick's, Supplies T. Herbst, Fees Hut-ell's, Paper M. Pdrrott 4'Sons, Supplies -Upper D. M., Publishing ,— Burrls,, Salary .A?.*" 180.41 ' 4g°H"W & «Jl? d ' ^ " Burtls Salary _____ 141.65 Algona-Impl., Belt Frombach, Salary - 158,76 "u—0-r ui-,., n^. Helpers, Salary. - 13 ._'1_ Boldridge, Salary '___. la. State Bk., Fed. Tax Sfate 4 Gomrrt., WH Tdx __-l_. Llte-Jny. . Ins., Premtum •__Si* Cooper,* Painting 7.90. Hutzell's; Supplies _-_j_- 15.00 Loing's, Service 21.46 D: Hemmingsen, Supplies . 12,51 Frederick's, Supplies -—48.91 A'dvbnce, Publishing _. Gambles, i Grip ,80: " 2- 63.90 - * 4.23>- Vsioo , ,8.50 . -, Cqwori's, ' Concrete Crbusb Caftdge, Freight __ 48 85 • 8.70? Feed ft Seed to order, Roll Call, "A budget dish my family likes". The program was in charge of the program committee. Nancy, Janet and Linda Becker sang two songs, a folk song, "Bonny Dunn and while strolling through the park one day." They also acted out a skit, "Twin Hats." Mrs Minnie Samuelson and Eva Shipler each won a prize on a guess i ing game, by June Sparks. Iln da Meister, Flossie Bartlett, Ma ry Rasmussen, June Sparks Myrtle Zwiefel and Margare FOR SALE — Baled alfalfa or Govern each received a gif red clover, 295-3008, Algona; from their secret sister. Margar- 49-50* e t Govern also received a gift — : that had been waiting for her since she was in the hospital. Nancy, Janet and Linda Becker favored us with a closing number, May the good Lord bless and keep you. Our chairman, ! Marie Parsons wished all of us FOR RENT — 3-rcom apart- a pleasant summer as there will ment, furnished, all utilities | be no July or August meetings paid, close-in.,. .Tayloj ments, call 5-3504 befoi 5-3498 after 6 p.m. Sifert SQlQrV Wibben, Salary -II -I-— 140.36 N. SrYiith, Labor 27.89 Boldridge Jr., Labor — _• 26.32 Nitchals, Labor 69.86 a. State Bk., Fed. Tax'—— 9I.1 ! 0 State Comm., WH Tax , 11.58. life'Iriv. Ins., Premium 95.52 Kossuth Motors, Truck -..-—' 2,188.03 Algona Flour 8. Feed, Seed 5.00 Cook's Welders, Supplies 5.35 Del Chem. Corp., Supplies 132.91 Sambles, Gloves — 3.38 Ind. Towel, Service __ 3.50 Natl. Chemsedrch, Supplies 31.00 N. Amer. Steel, Supplies 250.26 N. Central, Nat. Gas -_• 23.72 ROAD USE TAX Algono Mach. Shop, Repairs — 6.4C ihermarv Nursery, n.w=u> ___ 1 , DEBT SERVICE Sec; State Bk.,''interest' a. State Bk., . Interest a. Stafe Bk., Interest a. DM' NaH., ' Interest ____ NOTICE TO •IDDERS Notice is hereby given that the Joint Board of Supervisors for Emmet, Palo Alto and Kossuth Counties, Iowa, will receive sealed bids at the office of .the . County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, \ Boekelmon, in the County Court House at Alaona, Iowa, until the 12th day of July_, 1966, L.'Barie. Labor. . 106.50 J. Bradley Equip., Repairs 6.44 Brayton Rod., Repairs :— 13.8C Cowan's, Concrete 140.34 Greenberg, Air Comp. & Repairs 599.49 Hilton's, Service _____ 17.50 Laing's, Service „ — 84.26 Reding's, • Service : 161.25 Sankey, Asphalt —_L-:.i 1,279~;80' Sieg Co., Parts 16.581' Standard Oil, Asphalt - 417.92 ' Sunroy DX, Supplies & Gas 351.46'* C. Fraser, Labor 7.00 '" PUBLIC SAfiTY Salary 382.84 Bulten, Salary 278/22 Hutchison, Salary - 188.12 . Sroen, Salary' ____ ----- ------ Mbunolz, ''Salary --- - — - — .__•_ |o. State Bk<, Fed. Tax --- ___ State Cdmm., WH 1 Tax ______ Trust &,:;Ag0ncy, .Pensibn ------ . life Ipy. Tns., premium ------ Fidlari Chambers, Receipts __ Reding's, ..; Labor ----------- __ Rockwell Mfg.,' Repairs ______ Sherwin-Williams, Paint ______ Utt Elec., Labor -------- * ____ " •' 'TRUST & AGENCY B.... Egli, , Penslqn ' Published U4.40 ; 22.5<T 77.5O 3-10.00 89.00, , 2 Z 9 -^* . 58190. ' '8.^6 3.61' '. 29.17113,8$ .7.50' 0.61 . 405.00' in the County Advance, June 23, 1966.' . Algona Algona, ' 75.00 , Kossuth • ELECTH2LUX SALES & SERVICE., / Bill GoodpasSuri , t . /29S-3395 , r owa, unr me i-rn aay or juiy. ITUO, • • --•-•• r>_7 ic at 10:00 o'clock A, M., Central baylight Jorgenson, Salary 287.65 For Rent Time, for 'furnishing labor, materials and equipment required to construct improvements to Lateral N. 8 of Emmet- Palo Alto-KossutK County Joint Drainage District No. 84, at which time and place the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. ' " ' " ' The work to be performed is located in the southwest quarter of the southeast quarter of Section 26, Township 97 North, Range 30 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Fenton Township, Kossuth County, Iowa. The work to be performed consists of furnishing labor and materials to install approximately 1,100 linear feet of 30- inch drain tile as a proposed relief line for the existing outlet of Lateral 8, Emmet-Palo Alto-Kossuth County Joint Drainage District No. 84, and miscellaneous associated work. All proposed work will be included in ne contract. ' ' ' All proposals shall be submitted in du- licate on a proposal form which will be rovided by the County Auditor or by Engineer and shall be delivered in a ealed envelope to the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Kosuth County Court House, Algona, Iowa, n or before the time for receiving bids as stated above. All proposals shall be accompanied by _ check certified by an Iowa bank in an amount not less than ten percent 10%) of the bid, payable to the County Auditor, Kossuth County, Iowa, or his fipla^-Beckeruand, Grace- Tren- lfry"wiif bVth"£ hostesses for the CARD OF THANKS — We sincerely thank all our friends and relatives for their cards and gifts received for our silver anniversary. Also to those- who were able to attend the open house. A day that will bring back many memories. Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland. 49' 1 ' APARTMENT FOR RENT — 2 bedroom, heat and water furnished. Phone 295-3254. 11W49-50 Wanted WIBBEN CONSTRUCTION CO t> ; WANTED — Girl to share an apartment. Call 5-5213 before 5:30 p.m. . 10w48-49 FOR SALE All buildings, furnishings, fixtures and property of ST. MATTHEW'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Steven, Iowa Contact trustees — Charles Steinfeldt, Buffalo Center, la. Adolph Maas, Lakota, la. Wm. Greise, Lakota, la. 49-51-53-55 18w49tfn September meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark FOR RENT — Two or three bedroom duplex. Call 295-3581 before 6 p.m., 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 17w48tfn FOR RENT — 3-room apart ment, all utilities paid, close: in, partly furnished. Available immediately. Taylor Apartments, Call 5-3504 before 6 p.m., 5-3498 oi after 6. 22w41tfn. FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, all utilities furnished, close in, call after 4 p.m., phone 5-3786, Algona. ISwlOtfn FOR RENT — Furnished, downtown apartment, available immediately. 5 p.m. Call 5-3581 before 12w29tfn APARTMENT FOR RENT — Available June 1, private entrance and bath. Conveniently located. Contact Bjustrom Furniture, 295-3837. 15w41tfn Britt and Mrs. Ray Fitch of Burt went to Ruthven Tuesday after noon to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jes se Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Plemel and Jean of LuVerne were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors in the Tom Trenary home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitclftand Larry Danielsen went to Rochester Wednesday to see Arnold Danielsen who has been in the St. Mary's hospital, then for over 5 weeks. Mr. Danielsen is still in the critical ward, visi tors allowed only for 5 minutes He had been hemorrhaging an was receiving blood transfus ions. Mrs. Danielsen came horn for a couple of days but will g back to Rochester this weekem Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl we re Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Bertha Bilsborough, in Algona. FOR RENT — Commercial bldg. at 714 South Phillips Street, on highway 139. 24x40" with office. Call 295-3581 before 6 p.m.; LOCALS 295-9152 after 6 p.m. 24w8tfn Bennie Wibbon, of tht Wibbtn Spnitruetion Co. of Algona, if shown it.nding bt*i<ii • ntw Ci«« 530 Construe- i Hon King T^etor and Ipad.r. Cast Utility Tractor* -re not ; | new with Bennie. He think« thty ar» "tops." This is the see- * I ond unit he has purchased from Taylors. The Wibben Genitrucjiin €* it width/ knewn in this area, espfcially in ntw home eon$r«etjon work. For the best in Loader Trtetirs, why don't y«w ««t • • • Taylor Implement Co. USED EQUIPMENT HAYING EQUIPMENT JD No. 8 Mower, good $265 JD No. 5 Mower, OK $135 New Holland semi-mtd Mower _—- $175 New Holland Trailer Mower with cond. hitch —$250 New Idea Trailer Mower _ $100 New Idea semi-mtd. Mower $75 JD no. 594 rake, good $145 JD no. 14T baler, clean —$900 Case No. 130 Baler, OK _ $300 New J. D. No. 24T Baler SAVE IHC No. 15 Rake $325 New Holland S-66 Baler _ $475 Hay Chief & Green Dee Twine FOR RENT — By July 1. 2 bedroom house with enclosed porch with heat. New furnace and garage. 220 E. Elm. Phone 5-2771, Mrs. Frank Ostrum, Algona, Iowa. 25w48-51 1963 FORP STATION WAGON Very Sharp —$1650 'Your Gr*in Hirytitinf Hwdqwirt*r»' 54467 "The store with the Action" ERHiE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE Your Farm Equpt. Super Mark* Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch The Portland Progress Club held their annual pot luck picnic dinner Thursday, June 16 at the Portland Community Hall, dinner being served at one. Seventeen members attended: Flossie Bartlett, Sarah Stewart, Arlene Wood, Grace Trenary, Viol* Becker, Hilma Carlson, Elizabeth Kennedy, June Sparks, Eva Shipler, Mary Rasmussen, Stella Wiskus, Marie Parsons, ftjamie Fitch, Linda Meister, Thelma Meister, Hazel Steven, and Ella Lampe. Flossie Bartlett and S&x$h Stewart were hostesses. Guests were Mr. Minnie Samuelson and Sharon, Parlene Miller $n4 Teresa pon- avon of Rochester. After the diru-er the naeeting was called Mrs. John Seeman returned home Friday, from Augusta, Kansas, where she had been with her daughter's family, the Jack Zerbes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zer be came for her just before Easter and brought her back Friday. Mrs. Seeman was hospitalized part of the time while there, and is still under a doctor's care. Bryce Canyon and stopped at Estes Park where they saw much snow in the mountains there. They returned to Hooper and Mary will visit her parents. Leona returned home by bus and will teach Remedial reading ir the summer school progran here. Mr. and Mrs- Bill Lampright entertained at dinner Father's order, the amount of which check shall be forfeited if the bidder neglects or •efuses to enter into contract or to furnish bond after his proposal shall have jeen accepted. The Joint Board of County Supervisors eserves the right to reject any and all 3ids, offers or proposals submitted and to waive informalities in any bid, and to accept the proposal which It deems to be to the best interests of the Drainage District. The Joint Board of County Supervisors reserves the right to defer acceptance of any proposal for a period of not to exceed twenty (20) calendar days from the date of the letting. The Contractor will be paid in drainage warrants on the basis of monthly estimates and one final payment in accordance with provisions of Sections 455.110 and 455.113, Code of Iowa, 1962. Warrants will bear interest at the rate of 4 percent per annum from the date of their registration at the office of the County Treasurer until called for payment by the County Treasurer. The successful bidder shall furnish a performance bond in the amount of 75 percent of the contract price, which bond shall comply with the requirements of Section 455.43, Code of Iowa, 1962, and which bond shall be drawn in favor of Emmet-Palb Alto-Kossuth County (Iowa) Joint Drainage District No. 84. The Contractor shall start construction on or before September 1,. 1966,. and shall complete construction on or before October 31, 1966. Plans and specifications are now on file in the offices of the County Auditors of Emmet, Palo Alto and Kossuth Counties at Estherville, Emmetsburg and Alona, Iowa, respectively. Copies may be btained from Kruse Engineering Service, pencer, Iowa. A deposit of $10.00 for ne set of plans and specifications will e required, all of which will be refunded o bona fide bidders who bid in their wn name provided plans and specifica- ions are returned in good condition with- n 15 days after award of the contract, he full amount of the deposit will be eturned to all other parties provided Ions and specifications are returned in lood condition within five days after the late of the letting. No refund will be made for plans and 1 specifications nol eturned within these periods. Corwin Keith, County Auditor, Emmet County, Iowa Francis Hughes County Auditor, Palo Alto County, Iowa Marc Moore County Auditor, Kossuth County, Iowa in the Algona Kossuth Algona, Iowa, 1966. Rasmussen, Salary — 220.92 Elbert, Labor 47.90 Voigt, Salary .._-.. - 251.14 la. State Bk., Fed. Tax 206.60 State Comm., .WH Tax . 38.42 Trnst & Agency. Pension _ 20.39 Life Inv. Ins., Premium 126.96 Arnold Motors, Harts 6,71 A. Boekelman, Expenses 33.00 Greenberg's. Supplies 12.13 Hutzell's, Supplies — 8.34 Kossuth Motors, Service 44.64 Motorola Comm., Radio' S. Mike 930,00 Sunray DX, Gas —' 134.15 Taylor Motors, Parts 5.19 Fire Dept., Services '_ 344.00 Algona Machine Shop, Labor .. 2.85 Crouse Cartage, Freight 4;00 Electronic Spec., Service 103.50 Ed M. Feld, Supplies -„_ 60.85 Harris Fire,. Supplies _- 77.00 | Hilton's, Gas- 26.24 C. Willey, Labor 65.00 | SANITATION Gade, Salary 93.15 la. State Bk., Fed. Tax 1.001 Humboldt Concrete, Tile — -'— 144.21 J. Bradley Equip., Repairs ---- 12.00 Frederick's, Supplies 6.59 Laing's, Service 5.08 N. Central, Nat. Gas — 8.94 Pratt Elec.,, Service -__ 5.45 Spencer Grocer, Supplies 28.57 Natl. Chemsearch, Supplies •___ 241.b2| SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary 150.84 Lemkee, Salary --— 225.78 I-C Continuous FIow^ Grain Drying Makes Drying Easy..., Put wet gram in the top... Dry cooled grain comes out autom**- tically ... no cracking or grinding. .. perfect quality a W MODBB , — la. State Bk., Fed. Tax 25.90 State Comm., WH Tax 5.38 Life Inv. Ins., Premium ------ 29,17 Algona Impl., Repairs 3.16 Frederick's, Supplies __.. 2.26 Jack's OK, Labor 1.00 Natl. Chemsearch, Supplies . 576.00 RECREATION Cooper, Salary .--- 138.45 arr, Salary 85.59 lartiett, Salary 46.33 rpelding, Salary 65.17. ohnson, Salary 72.96 | GRAIN DRYEl day the following guests: her fa ther, Leo Kollasch, the Bill Roo ney family Armstrong, family, Algona. Taylor Implement Co. LOAN $50.00 to $5,000. 1. CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS. 2. FINANCE YOUR CAR, APPLIANCE, OR FURNITURE. "COMPARE OUR RATES" UNITED LOAN SERVICE PITTMAN FINANCE CORP. 106 S. Harlan St. , ;. /.• • Acjo Published County Advance, June 23 and 30, BY COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met on June 15, 1966 with Mayor Finn and the following council members present: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Cook, Miller ana Peirce. Absent: none. Minutes of last meeting were op- proved. The annual report of the Algona Cemetery Assoc. was read to the Council and placed on file in the Clerk's office. Several applications for cigarette permits were approved. Class B beer permit was approved for the Smoke Shop. Liquor license was approved for the Moose Lodge. Offer to buy Vic Samson Lot One, Blk. 1 of Calls Add. was tabled. It was agreed that the Group Ins. Policy for City Employees not to include seasonal help or any employee over 65 years of age. Motion moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. ney'family and Steve Olson, of i A ppROPRiATiNG D 'RE\bLUTioN C N V o. C 'i e i r 5i and the Joe King! June GEN 5 .RAL 966 Finn, Salary " $ 135.00 .V,V.W»V-'.VNV.'.V-VW Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT SECTOTY STATE MNH HERBST __-_-_---_----• Fontastte HOME BARGAI These MUST BE SOLD this month — Owners' Sacrifice — Buyers bargain. (1) 2 Bedroom — 10 E. Kennedy — One story with attached garage; carpeted living room, oak floors, full basement; BUY with small amount down and take over Low Interest Loan; This Home new 16 ysars ago. (2) Older 4-bedropm — spacious; just repainted inside and out; close-in; 302 S. Thorington; was $4200.00. Save $500.00 NOW only $3700.00 HERBST REAL ESTATE JOE4. M. HERBST & TED S. HERBST over Penney's 295-3733 '£# <alr.

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