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,, HEMF, growers' .'.-met ' last ¥ htirsday evening itr'Aigbrta. attd laid plans 1 for a' fieriwaheflt of* gahlzatlori intended to keep and maintain the' hemp plant 'here --as , a . going industry, A. A. schipull ( Lucerne 1 , was iiahted • temporary chalrfnan, and Bob Loss, secre* tory'i Meri named tb Son tact f arm- «rs with tegfird'to the project tyei-e G. S. Buchsttanj F. F, Fett, -Hugh. Raney, O16f „ 'Funnemaf k, J. C. to SkbWv Wflfi. IhlmMl, George Kain, iifi- Wayne Keith/ E.'-C, Welsbrod, Fred : Kohihaas, Matthias Kramer, Joseph Wadleigh, Nick Arridprfer, Hermlti Dfeesjphaft and Perry Collins.:--:- •:,_••• «;..'<-. , ;••' . : : ':••.• y ••/• * v* -.* , ••• • MAM* B6)i!ttAtfN»<75, prominent retirM, farmer living north-: west, of St. Joe, passed away Sun* dayy iti DUbuQUe, following: a stroke- the preceding Friday. Funeral services \vere held Tuesday morning at '6 a. m. at the St. Joe CathoHcchurchiWrlth Father, Thebbbld ^Officiating at. requiem Mghvmass. fiUrlal was in the farri*- '.lly;plbt at St< Joe. Six; grandsons,. Wilfred and Wni. • Becker, Robei-t Arid -Philip Eischen, 8nd Soge"r and Matirke Bbrmanhy were pall bear-; erS;!',;pvMr. ; Bormanri : suffered a strbjee; about ;sl3t',mbnths:ago and In ±5*£^?«ft^g& ._. . ^ . ; ......... ; ...,^&qgKA. IOWA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1945 Twelve Pages ~ ~~^ : yQL p^Nolig ClTT1tESURFA¥NTCTNTRACTllT Algona Football Team (jjpns Home Schedule EMMETSBURG TO . 27tli On Chma» Problem* , l^ihg are . Jo.hni; otBodd; Mrs. MaryVBeckeifj; ' ivsc' atid Frank;; Bode? Nlcfc aftdipete :of Algeria; andTFather JKB^Bbrmann of, Luxembourg, also survive. Mrs. Bbrmann passed away in 1903. '•" -, '"•/«';-; '-. • ••'•;•'*:. * * . '- • . ' -A g4RM FlifliE at the John -Thill place, a mile south and a mile west p'fxHpbartpri; caused .some $2,000 :;aaniagp when a chicken house and ' mapjillier, she.d :Were: .destroyed, •. ;Sarm??machinery Iri the sheid was a" tjotalvlpssi vPart of the iloss Was covered 'by Insurance. '•.'. -' •>'?;. fr ;'.'::;. :;;:«;.'.' !»..•.-•;*.-" ^" .>v ' : . : '•'<-. ' SCHOOLMASTERS this^evening (Thursday) ln< the high school; -with prpfes- ems slated to be the DR. B. A. GAsRIDE,, member of MEET BULLDOGS IN NIGHT FRAY chief jjjbusiriess, plus matters Ap'ertaining settling;! of to athletic ., ,.; -At'iBpNA'S PRISONER of > war '.tianij|*JIs. slated to be entirely closed v sometime -between December -arid -• iiexf J February, . according *tp; a statement made by r Congressman James~I. Dolliver, of this district. ValueVbf the. camp on 'the .'basis of what . : the government spent is. $1,-* 280,668. No statement as to future plans for the million dollar plant was made. . ' ''' ' the National War Fund, and vice president and secretary of United China Relief, Inc. will appeat in a public, meeting, Thursday, : Sept. 27,tin the Algona high school audi- .tbrium, at 8 O'clock. Admission is free and the general public is cordially invited, Alf Kresensky, .chairman'; of: the : War Activities Committee stated. .. •] He "will 'give an interesting account of ;China -and conditions in that country, as well as problems faced by the Chinese in the postwar era. quested. A" good .turnout is re- . .mpnd Dacken, a Si^^who^die'd last ^Thursday-; mor,nirig*aBfa '" Button! Who's Got The Burial wa# iri''the"Burt-ttyp. tery. Pallbearers w.ere'Perry•Low- man and Chester Fitch,'Sexton; Louis Scheppriiari, Alsona; Robert Cody and Harold Nielson, LuVerne: and ' Sam Shipler, Swea' City. Surviving are his wife and two sons, Larry and Raymond,^ his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dacken and a brother Wallace, all of LuVerne, and sisters Mesdames Louis Riedel, Andy Nauman, Ern-1 est Nauman, all of Burt, and Mrs. Edw. Kain, Algona. •..-'••'. : * * * MRS. AUGUSTA NASS, 59, Whittemore, died Monday; at Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital.: Funeral services were held < Thursday .of last week at St; John's .church, Whittemore, with Rev. Weirihold In charge. Surviving 'are her husband, two 'daughters Mrs,* Tom Schealler of,Whittemore and Mrs. Leona Putnam of ;Rawlins; Wyo;; a : step-daughter Mrs, Amelia Schealler of Whittemore, a sister MJ& -. Julius Nass pf Esthervilley and nine grandchildren. •. . -.*'•».* - :.. '..--•] RITES FOR MRS; GEORGE •Ferstl, 56, who died Wednesday of last week at Rochester, Minn., were held Saturday morning, at the St. Benedict Catholic church with Father John Neppel in chprge. Mrs. Ferstl, in poor health for sometime, was recently taken ot [Rochester. Her husband and four children survive, the latter being George, Louis, Leong and Ames. Two brothers. William of Algona arid Frank pf Rockfrd. 111., also survive, and two sisters Mrs. Barbara Welner of Britt and Mrs. John'Weiskamp of San Leandro, Calif, • , - •/ * ."•* .*. . -. • HRRMAN E, LUFDTKE was fined $i?oo and costs,' Monday, by Ju^ffe G, ,W. Stillmant on a charge pf .'pperatjng.a motpr vehicle whije intpxicated, '$10Q bf his ; fine was suspended, and bis driving 'license I sway'fpr.pQ days,:;:.^--:-,; - :::.; WAW8 HONOR RdiwL at 5 the high SOhOOl V inclHdfs, 14 for busy d -his; coHar... one.;.. First: stop was at Dean's repair shop adjacent to the Call Theatre. No, Mr. Dean didn't have any collar, buttons. Down State Street went N. C., eagle eye open for collar buttons, /quizzing passerby, popping in and out of stores after one, lowly collar button. Then he met G. D. Brundage. Yes, G. D. had several spares, which he provided. Then came Mr. Dean, who had ' discovered four hiding : in a dark cornejri«Happy,;.and well supplied With buttohs, N; C. " went homeTof luiMsn^"And then, coyly curled beneath a chair leg, he spiedi^the ^"original, missing button;;^>5*;,'- •-.. : , Back downto\vn after lunch came Mr. Rice. And then came the storm! Cellar but- 'tdns'descendea .on,?him from .ail directions. \ fJtls^word of. mouth advertisings' campaign -began to bear fruit with a vengeance — and today, reports have it, collar button^ are still .coming. ht.'- : >' ;f "'y*" ¥,%&•'. -, . Algona high school's first home football game of the season will be played here Friday night, start- Ing at 8 o'clock, with Emmetsburg high as the opposition. Coach Gene Hertz is hoping that his several injured men will be in shape to play part of the game, at least. Several squad members suffered injuries at Lake Mills, last Friday, when the Bulldogs won their opener,,: 16 to 0. . Conference. Jamboree ' At' Clarion, Tuesday night, in the North Central Conferencff Jamboree, AlgOria teamed up with (Webster' Cltyi - Humbold't .and Eagle ,Grbvei'to turn in a victory for the -West .against the eastern conference '. teams, " Iowa Falls, Clear Lake, Clarion and Hampton. [The score was 12-to 7, in favor of the west. ' Webster City scored a 6 to 0 victory over Iowa , Falls iri the opening quarter, to. give the west an' early lead, and Algona and Clear Lake each tallied a touchdown, but Clear Lake counted the extra point,- giving the west a lead of 12 to 7 at the half. : Humboldt and Clarion played a scoreless third period, and Hamp- i ir . a ii., ton and Eagle Grove did-likewise llnau ' in the fourth quarter. The Starting Lineup Coach Hertz started Butts at left; end, Olsen at left tackle, Bowen at left guard and Kern at center. "On the right side of the line' : he had Shipler at guard, Nichols at tackle and Young at end. His starting backfield consisted of Stephenspn at quarter,. Waldron '•Eind Allen at the halves, and Kuhn. •at fullback. : ';", ! ; During the quarter he also used ;Rich at end,-William and Willis Friday Chamber of Comntei'eej Starts Xmas Plans ^ Christmas may seem .quite a way off, but plans have to be made ahead of time, and .the Christmas committee of the "Algona Chamber of Commerce:'Held its first meeting, Monday after-*' noon, to work out arrangements. On the committee are -.Brail Wright, Wm. Hawcott, Wm.tMossi, Helmuth Huenhold and N. C/ Rice, along with John Kohlhaas, chamber president, and LeightOH Mlsbach, secretary. ' ••.:• MAlHAIUUNGTOt PME;FLEWFR01 PERSIA TO STATE! Bob .Harrington, Algona, attor^ ney, now a major in the U, S.; Army, arrived here Sunday mori*-' ing, with a plane ride of .almost. half way around the World tucked. under his belt. , - ; Major Harrington was -flown to .the states from Teheran, .Kan,, where he has been attached to. the, Persian Gulf Command for .the past- 11 months. '•'. . His trip by air took him across north Africa to Casablanca, ' then to Uie Azores, Newfoundland and •"--"-- : BASEBALL SEASON WILL END SUNDAY League baseball will close its season in Kossuth county, jvith the exception of high school contests, when the Mallard team comes to Algona to meet the K, C. nine on the fairgrounds diamond Sunday, :•• . ; Lotts Creek meets. Graettinger, Sunday, at: Lotts. Creek, and. by winning that game secures first -place in the- Kossuth-'palp Alto League.-The Lotts Creek team has won 16-out of 17 gamefr The AJr gbna team,in third place, has won eight fewLiosi five in the " " lineup Friday will be much, the %ame;: unless .^Carney 'is . able to start.^ Jerry ;Skilling.'is i JalSp;'bn -.the "••'• ' Kuhn Scores "Touchdown;Bob Kuhn, powerhouse fullback, and one of the few senior letter- meri on the squad, turned in the Algona score on a long sprint around left end,..after Clear' Lake had scored first. Jack Ott, Clear Lake back, sneaked through the line for the Lake score, and Henriksen, a Clear Lake tackle, ran for the extra point, standing up, after circling right end. Clear Lake's tally, however, came as the result of a bad pass from center ejirly iri the quarter. The ball sailed over the Algona backfield and was recovered deep in Algona territory by Clear Lake. The touchdown followed, Algona's drive, on the other hand, resulted from hard-driving; football and was definitely earned. • .In first downs; the locals tallied three to two for Clear Lake. Craig Vinson is assisting Coach Hertz with the Algona coaching. Admission Prices Supt. of Schools'Otto B. Lalng announced that single admission York. Dagger From Shiek ,. , Chief among the souvenirs • of his middle eastern duty is a silver, curved dagger,' given him, by the Sheik of Bahrem. The Sheik; incidentally, .is worth some 40 million 'as a result of British, and U.. S. oil royalties, so Major Harrington didn't feel too badly about accepting the gift, His duties in Iran, included acting as commanding 'officer of: Irtr formation and ' education;" and -ipso doing he published .a ; ne per, ran twbl*adiO;statipns reen;-; i- • . -., • ,, :*S;-r. : ' Major Harrington- entered ,:the service iri July, 1942, frorri a re- serveVpffiee^'.ijtatus, ,as • a first, ' ; -'' '" WORK? PLENTY OF ITAROUND-SURVEY THIS AREA SHOWS If there is anyone in the Kossuth county area without work, it isn't because there is no work available. Ray 'Murray, former Buffalo Center man and once state secretary of agriculture, now with the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, in Algona' last week', said that the labor market .In this area offers nearly any type of work one might desire... At the same time, the U. S. Employment Service summarized just a few jobs that are open in its listing at this time. • Nurse, 'Clerical Help For. example, there are openings for nurses at a salary of- $100 per month, plus room and board. Clerical and sales occupations have-27 listed openings for men averaging $35 per week, and 16 for women averaging $18 to $30 per week. Service occupations for men are open with salaries from $55 per . month with room and board, to $22 per week with room and board, and -; for women from $6 a week with room and board . to $27 a week. Nursery workers, poultry workers, etc., are offered pay of $30 to ,$40 per week, and 55c per hour f0r • labor work. —" ' . Commission Jobs Bill Becker, U. S. E. S. manager •here, said some, jobs paying as high as 60 percent commission were also open, and in some sklll- •ed occupations pay at $1.00 per hour was being offered. Semi-skilled occupations offer- 'ed from 40c to 70c per hour for Snen, and r from 40c to 55c for wo- •men. •''.-.$£-, ••', . ' " ... • • • • : ',: Unskilled; occupations have the ;greateji^shjar«>i8f:: openings, with; tickets for adults'would be. 50c, and for students, 35c, Children in the 6th grade or under will be admitted for 9p. Season tickets for the four home games — Emmetsburg, Sept. 21, Webster City, Sept. 28, Clear Lake, Oct. 19, and Clarion, Oct. 26, are $1.40 for adults and 80c for students, including tax. , ^, Mallard is in second plape, a}}d an Algona victpry will shpv the ;lPCa.lsJiitp. secpnd, - - • Sunday, Algons defeated here, 4i to 3, --with airtight bsjjj alter Wtts Greek de« f«nc|8y, by* a : -- Algonan Honorary Pallbearer, Herring The funeral of former Senator and Governor Clyde Herring- in •Dps Moines last Tuesday was attended by some pf the most notable men in the, country as well as'- humble citizens. C, B. MUFT- .tagh ^W.as named as honorary pa.Jl bearer together with men of pron?- In industry an<J ppl|tics, unable tp attend the fu* " ' ••'•: Land of Desert and OH Iran is a desolate, barren, treeless, and in spots mountainous country, said Bob. Where there is water, some wheat and grain can be grown. There isn't much water. There is plenty of oil, however, and the third largest refinery in the;world is located there. , The U. S. had about 30,000 troops iri' Iran, mostly concerned with passing supplies through to Russia. . • •'-'•':•/.'•>•'. Major Harrington .'is home for a 30-day visit with his wife and spn, Timmy, and reports back to Lexington, Va., for reasslgriment. , LMOIAlblj'OLIO yiCnM,HOLDSOWN 'Lakota: Larry, 12-year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Don Stickler of this community, stricken 'with poliomyelitis, Thursday, and taken to Des Moiries for treatment by his parents, is reported as holding his .... . . ; M.r« Murtsijh has long been one otrtbe mp§t ilhtifnatis frlendf of Sen. Herring .perspQg}Jjr!.and P •ticBlly, Sen. .Uerriflf i who wp years, , « «gt t . died iwdd.enly f Kday |n WasJjJnglpn, B, C., uhj^ntf-with wbfch he trpub,Js4,.|»f s ;8 year own. This is the second case of this disease in this county, so far as records show. . The youngster is in the isolation ward at the Blank Memorial Hospital. Lakota schools were closed Thursday for the balance of the week, but were opened on this Monday, : • • • . Another polfp case reported that has a close Lakota connection is that of the five-year-old daughter of the Cy Renshaw family, now living, in Mason City. Mr. Renshaw was manage* of the Lakota exchange until the change to the dial system, Tlie little girl is now at Iowa City, She is completely paralyzed as a result of the disease, Wesley Dentist Back for' At v pre|erit there,are 326 opeta- irigs with-1'34 for men and 192 for woriien. ' ,' «..v-v:,.',.Need. Employees/Now. . .' • ' ?Local firms,.that -anticipate .definite increases in employees are .the Cowan Building & Supply Co., Botsford Lumber, Swift & Co., Pioneer 'Hi-Bred Seed, Kossuth MOtor, Dau Garage, Kent Motor, Percival Motors, and Gamble's Store, as well as-others. Out-of-town openings are available at Welp's Hatchery, Bancroft, and Ley. Garage, -Lakota, as well as others. Prlsoner-of-War Setup •Lt. Col. A. T. Lobdell, commanding officer of the prisoner-of-war camp' here, said that it is not the ppllcy of the camp to keep a single hour of work from Americans by -using prisoners instead. However, he added that so long as there are not enough Americans available to fill necessary jobs,- every effort would be.made to provide.prison- ers for jobs they can handle, if applications are properly made. In the case of farm labor, applications must be handled and approved through the county agent's office, and for any industrial help, through the U. S. Employment Service. This setup is one that is imposed on camp authorities by higher officials, and is one they must adhere by. Dacken Farm Sale Set For Sept. 27th A farm sale date for Sept. 27 has been announced by Mrs. Margaret Dacken, administratrix of the Raymond (Bill) Dacken estate. The sale will start at 1 p. m., at the farm located two miles south of Sexton. Colwell Bros, will act as auctioneers, and the Iowa State Bank will clerk the sale. A full and complete list of the major items offered for sale will be found in a public sale ad elsewhere in this newspaper today.' FAMILY ARGUMENT FINALLY SETTLED IN JUSTICE COURT George Pentecost, Algona coal yard driver, was given a 30-day suspended sentence,: Wednesday, after spending the preceding night in the local jail, as a result of charges filed against him by his wife Ruth. Mrs. Pentecost declared that George came home in a drunken condition and became very abusive. She left home and looked up the local police, who then put George 'n the cooler. Justice of the Peace J. B. John- .ston, who listened . to the case, fined George $4.20 costs, and gave him a suspended sentence of 30 days in jail on receiving a promise that hereafter the Pentecost home life will be more peaceful and sober. In two other justice court cases before Mr. Johnston, Andy Berens, Bancroft, was fined $2.50 and costs on a charge of failing to stop at an arterial sign, and Eugene M; 'Huber and Edward H. .Eischeri. both of; Algona, p,aid t ines of; and.cpsts bhi£'jcharge«§l« iiwlthbut DUCK HUNTERS ON WARPATH;SEASON OPENING TODAY Nimrods, seasoned and otherwise, began the 1945 duck hunting season, today, Thursday. The season opened 30 minutes before sunrise and closes at sunset, Dec. 8. Bag limit is 10, with a possession limit of 20 after the first day, with the exception of wood ducks, only one of which may be in possession. Opening'day shooters wiijl find a good population. of local'ducks with quite a large number of early migrants, 'according to Kay Setchell, state conservation'officer.- Ducks Unlimited.and the U, S. Fish and Wildlife service expect a heavy proportion of northern ducks as the season advances. SERVICEMEN WILL GET FREE HUNTING PRIVILEGE The State Conservation Commission has notified conservation officers and agencies authorized to see linceses that pending an official decision, all servicemen will enjoy free hunting and fishing privileges in the State of Iowa. This privilege includes both state arid non-state residents. Actually, such privileges were supposed to stop with the end -of the war, but as Congress has not offically accepted or declared peace, the situation is one of the usual foul-up on that score. ASPHALT WORK ON 101 BLOCKS WILL START IN 10 DAYS A resurfacing contract for lot blocks of Algona city streets was let, last Thursday ey6niri|i, , by the Algona, city council^fbr ari approximate total of $19,864.85. The C. F. Lytle Co; and", the Green Construction Co., Of - Des Moiriesi.arid Sioux City, were suc» cessful bidders in a joint bid; Al; Lyon, formerly, df* Algorta, while connected with the state highway department, represented the bidders as 1 superintendent of the firms.:-.. - •., -. . ';..;',,.;; ' •-•.:'• '.'•••;:/ Orily two bids , wete received^ one 'for 26c a ; sq;:?ya ; !fdr:';and'the" .successful one for ; .lB&;a sq.'yd. •' ' TANVILAC & BURT STJBRITllMVORCE ACTONB FILED A divorce action was filed in Kossuth district court, Wednesday, by Frank J. Stebritz against Gertrude M. Stebritz. .' He charges cruel and inhuman treatment, asks custody of three children, and sole ownership of local property, household goods arid other items. The couple were married Dec. 31, 1931, at Old Mines, Iowa 1 ., in Washington county. . Three marriage licenses were granted in the past week in district court clerk Helen White's office. .... William Leigh, Amboy, Minn., and . Anjanette Cady,- Independence. Iowa. Sept. 18. Paul P. Dahlhauser and Elizabeth Piper, both of Whittemore, Sept. 18. . Arlowe C, Blbme, Ledvard, and Beverly Furst, Lakota, Sept. 19. ^Wesley; Or, inerjy Captain Pfeflep pf tije «rmy, returned' hojwp Friday from Fort SheWdjp, n} (j ^here he Ij^d^re- ceJVeci hjg d^cfearge, He p,)ans on Two New Members Join Irvington Club Irvington: The Irvington I's 4H girls' club met at the home of their leader Mrs. Rasmie Hansen Monday evening, Sept, 17. The meeting was called to order and the 4H pledge was given. Joan Roch- leau and Mary Ellen Parson joined the club as new members. Beverly Capesius and Mrs. Parsons were invited guests. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. Roll; call was responded to by "an article- I have refi.nished or niade' flver and describing it." Mrs, E.Q, Chamberlain filled out the ; questjpri sheet. New officers elected for the ensuing year were Donna ghamperJain. • president, Laurg Jean Sarr, vice president, :Ko«iftf?5§orensen, secretary, Mary •SUejti'^arfpns, treasurer, .Ardis Bpsworth, reporter and Shirley en, .ftlsterian. Jhe meeting adjfturijed and 8 deUciou^ v«i,T Arlejie Hagg repprter Jurlng the - • ITS NAVY WEEK ATCHRISCHILLES' If it wasn't for Julie Chrischilles, who happens to be bouncing around somewhere on an ocean shakedown cruise, it would really be Home-From-The-Navy-Week for Mr, and Mrs. T. H. Chris- chilles. Their son Ted, lieutenant in the Navy, arrived Monday night, after a discharge from the service. Ted won a silver star citation during his overseas duty, for heroism in the Normandy invasion. Tuesday, Jack, lieutenant junior grade in the Navy, also arrived, lending a greater naval -atmosphere to the Chrischilles establishment. But there js still Julie missing, and until he gets back the picture won't be quite complete. 'K;6ssuth1 bowling! leaguei leadV'here,' as'a ;result of:six'straight'wins; ;•?'•• •League .standings- of game -and team, as'of Wednesday, this week, follow: ;.: ..-,-' : : . V\',.'-- ' '• . V.v;; : Team ; - : -- i< V/«i:T -:-.-''"^w'-'li' 1 Tanvilac '.. ..l...Ll.:!...'.....:.6 0 Burt ..: .........3 0 -Becker Sports • :..... 4 2 Kanawha .•„. .......2 1 JayCees .2 1 K. C's . .3 3 Wesley Auto ......3 3 Lone Rock ............3 3 Titonka 3 ; :3 Old Style Lager '.. ..'..2 4 Algona Barbers „.. 1 ' 2 Percival/Motors ..............1 2 Wesley Co-op..........................1,. 2 Council Oak ,.:....'^!.Q;''.'. .-:'3 Pioneer Seed,-/.,; .............^,Q: '•• 6 The girls''"bowling league-: got underway last night, '\\rlth.,-.,ipl» teams entered. ••.-• •, ' /:' -CO-- ; ' ;: ' Schedule: for the - men's league for next week brings the-JayCees and K. C's. together, arid'Council Oak vs. Pioneer on .Monday. On Tuesday, Whittemore tangles with Old Style, and Kanawha meets Titonka. ; Thursday,. Becker's engage Percival Motor, and Lone Rock meets the Algona Barbers, The Wesley Auto five and Wesley Co-op meet on Friday, with Tanvilac and Burt meeting to knock someone out of, the 100% bracket. ' .!- No' :bids . ; portlPri'pf the street»;improvemeht that -is Scheduled- tc^bfe 'concrete, v and herice nothing caii probably be done this fall on:vthpse};sectibrig scheduled'for'that i^*ef:Sf work;- ...;. However, the contract •'for the: sea'lcoat asphalt - treatment -of tiief : 101 blocks iri question, tails fori Work to .start within .10 : days;*Jand< to be completed this fall.. r ifj { i' ;il > The Concrete itself was 'slB.tedJ ;/ for the sub-business area bn\Ne-i; braska and Call streetsV'two blbcksi on PhUlips just nor^ipf State,: arid! several other miscellaneous bioclcs- : Bonus To Tajqpiiyers . , s - , ; ; '. ; Short term bonds will be issued! '" by the city to pay for ; this f lm~ J provement, and the city intends to' ; buy the'borids itself fronareXeBve- funds. Actually the civic program*. . Involved will not cost:- the Algona : taxpayers a single additional p'enrijr' in taxes.'. ' .• .' : : ' . ••''. - : ' "'.'.'.:: ; ,'.. .>/: Algona is also due for an allbca-:' , tion of funds, for city street repairs.! ". from 'the state gas -tax, and this: f; revenue Js .expected tp total abbut $7,000 a year. 1 •,.,;:' • Some: : of he asphalt ; surfacing:,; that' wijl'^be^ replacecf ^is; 30Vyi?ars:,-' old, and 1 all of:it scheduled -f or i __,_...,,_, , .. tb. e^m'e^^ Mayor JFirahki Kohlhaas arid; Clerk Adah • ' "'' -Kossuth county schools, citjv rural ; . and parochial, ., pooled their--. ; Americanism and their 'spare cash'i tb:.:th'e \turie ;of $204;15p.20 in .the- period from Sept., .1944, to June,. 1945, to Place Kossuth fifth in the; State in' the. War. Bond- arid Stamp- ' •Sale;. : ;^v',. /;':'-' : v A j:i'>-y.;""', '••'-; :;:'.,";•'• 1 This Jinformatipn "was received by.J^ucla: Wallace,, Algona, county •chairman for .the ^school bond and,- s.tamp;sales.v:--- *:••''?> ,-. •;.•..-•;-. .'.- Glassjf ications used in compjl- included all; Sgt. Bollig, Seneca, Wins (Army Citation For European Duty chases'made throughithe schbpl to the pupil!s,n'ame. purchases b.y the i teachers,, and purchases by others if n>ade,ihrpugh the sqhppl. if ; ; ; t , Tanvilac Dealers Hear Des Moines Men Dre« ^ Expands. Dyer, general maanger of the Tanyjlgc Co., Des Moires, dis cusse4 Livestock Feeding to Stretch YQWT Feed at .... yttae. 4ea4ers meeting which. :. eyeing, "-:-, _Pr, pf Drakj also, a speaker and telfeeJion Irylngtpn: Ari "old home week" ,' reunioriBy two local-boys, on, Okl- nawa, came to light this week.' • : Harold Sabin, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Sabiri, wrote thai , he had seen and visited Frits Neil- ' sen, - son Of S-Mr.t and' Mrs; AIsx Nielsen of Algona. The boys djs-i V covered that they were only abpfltf nine miles apart on the island '" : - A:^ird friend of the first: twin Bob Geigel, son of Mr. urid .Mr?. Fred Geigel, is some 15 nlle? jrojnt Sabifi and Nielsen, kno,w.R wSy-^'nJ'J there, hut has been unabjejte f|n4 pr cpntact ' them/ • ••^•Q-^w^v.'-if-'- they, first landed they jungle butIhatftuUd^,,- .... ,,„.,, American ingenuity has now r pr9"' ' vided the place with as fine highways a? any Jfl this country,- jmcj : that* the traffic-is heavy, also;; > ;':, 3>fr'; 7,'-'.

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