The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1967 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1967
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Dear Me - Doings Of Deer Creates A Small Uproar A young Fenton man, a state conservation officer, became the center of considerable publicity last week as the result of performance of his duties. He is Don Priebe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Priebe of Fenton. It seems that Don was assigned to pick up a young deer which had wandered into Cedar Falls and become something of a pet around the home of John Heath of rural Cedar Falls. There is a state law which prohibits impoundment of deer by citizens, even as pets. Priebe was assigned to get the deer, and take it to Ledges State Park, near Boone, where it was released. However, the furore arose because a rope was tied around the deer's neck and it had to be dragged to some extent from the Heath home, where Priebe found it. The Heath family objected to the manner in which the animal was taken from their home, and the Waterloo Humane Society also got into the act. Earl Rose, chief of fish and game for the commission, said that Priebe is a "young officer with a good record," and another superior officer was dispatched to Cedar Falls to check into the matter. There was no comment from the deer, now presumably enjoying the freedom of Ledges State Park. SOCIETY NEWS L. A. Bascom, Medical. .. .34.00 Tuesday, March 14, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines-9 K. C. CARD PARTY Algona K.C.'s will hold a card party, Thursday evening, March 16, at the K. C. Hall here, starting at 8 p. m. Richard Kain is chairman, assisted by Virgil Bierle and Harold Bode. Alunch will be served later in the evening. - o - METHODIST CIRCLES Circles of the Methodist church will meet Thursday, March 16, as follows: Sept. with Mrs. Geo. Scuffham; Nov. with Mrs. C. R. Schoby; Dec. with Mrs. Paul Puffer; Jan. with Mrs. Don Trupke; March with Mrs. Lawrence Kees; April with Mrs. Roy Burris; and May with Mrs. Anton Didriksen. The Lenten breakfast is scheduled for 8:30 a. m. Sunday, March 19, with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kent, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. James Whittemore as hosts. -o 500 HOSTESS Mrs. Lester Johnson entertained her 500 club Wednesday UPYF MET United Presbyterian Youth Fellowship met March 12. There was a special speaker and Linda Martin had lunch responsibility. - o - RUTH CIRCLE Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church meets March 14 at 8 p. m. with Mrs. Richard Burt and Mrs. Steve George hostesses. The program was given by Mrs. William Marshall and devotions by Mrs. Sorensen. -o BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs. Milton Dahl went to Iowa Falls Friday for a few day's visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt and family. Her grandson, John, who attends the college there was cast as "Romeo" in the class play "Romeo and Juliet" which she also attended. There was also a birthday celebration dinner held for him. r Board Proceedings (Continued From Preceding Page) Dunn's Sure Save, Food: Inez Lamb, 50.00; John Meyer, 25.00; Floyd Salisbury, 60.00; Russell Shipler, 25.00 Ron & Jack's, Food: John Meyers, 100.00; Al Ladenhoff, 60.00; Floyd Salisbury, 15.00; Ken Summers, 25.00; Glen Parcel, 10.00; Ray Wessel, 65.00 St. John's Hot Lunch, Food: Tom Devine & Cliff Pannkuk, 36.50 Johnny's A-G Mkt., Food: Carol Simmons, 30.00 East End Grocery, Food: Wm. Gustin, 20.00; Audrey Frye, 20.00; Marvin Grisham, 20.00; Glen Parcel, 35.00 Tony's Food Mkt., Food: Ella Govern, 54.51; Bertha Busch, 30.00; Joe Rapp, 40.00 Cerro Gordo Welfare, Misc: Robert Jones, 59.40 Joe Miller, Clothing: Glen Parcel, 2.27 S. & L. Store, Clothing: Glen Parcel, 11.66 Iowa Children s Home, Clothing: Cleo Willis, 84.19 Kennedy Bros., Clothing: Joe Rapp, 7.00 Lone Rock Coop. Exch., Fuel; Floyd Salisbury, 6.80 Standard Oil, Fuel: Ella Govern, 108.12; Floyd Salisbury, 33.80; Joe Rapp, 10.34 North Cent. Pub; Serv., Gas: Louis Lynk, 15.00; John Meyers, 25.64; Russel Shipler, 34.21; DorisCulbertson, 11.68; Al Ladenhoff, 12.14 Thermogas, Fuel: Audrey Frye, 9.50 D-X, Fuel: Robert Jones, 16.60 Bancroft Oil Co., Fuel: Byron Hauge, 15.90 Culligan, Water: Kenneth Summers, 8.50 United Bldg. Center Fuel: Chas. Gunder, 37.13; Ken Summers, 33.78 Coop. Oil Co., Fuel: Tom Martinsen, 16.44 Standard Oil, Fuel: Floyd Rieb- samen, 29.40 Standard Oil, Fuel: AlvinaFisch, 18.15 Thermogas, Fuel: Mae McLean, 63.33 Everett Thompson, Fuel: Mildred Ternes, 24.66 Heritage Home, Keep: Otto BarenthJn, 280.00 John Grotte, Keep: Rose Westling, 140.00 Morgan Home, Keep; Paul Mulligan, 38.05; Lawrence Mulligan, 155.00 Turner Nursing Home, Keep: Helen Widdel, 184.30 Algona Good Samaritan Home, Keep: Marg. Haubach, 285.00; Mae Ramus, 326.96 Wilfair Rest Haven, Keep: Herman Wichtendahl, 265.00 Joe Williams, Keep: Bernadine Bell, 40.00 STATE INSTITUTION FUND Mental Health Institute, Keep 24,705.79 'Tommy Dale Mem. Hosp., Keep 1,380.00 Helen Zaugg, Keep 243.39 Alma Leegaard, Keep 100.00 COURT FUND Payroll Fund, Court 1,832.76 Linnan, Lynch & Straub, Fees 45.00 MENTAL HEALTH Mental Center of N. Iowa, Services 2.000.00 ROAD CLEARING Payroll Fund, Rd. Clearing 2,496.80 T. B. FUND Gray Bros., Indemnity . .. .50.00 Dr. J. K. Hill, Inspection 60.00 Dr. H. H. Raney, Inspection 472.50 Dr. J. R. Waite, Inspection 541.20 Dr. J. T. Waite, Inspection 100.00 BANGS FUND Dr. A. J. Gotten. Inspection 01.50 Ben Hefty, Indemnity 12.50 SOLDIERS RELIEF FUND Elmer Phillips, Rent 50.00 Farmers Coop. Soc., Fuel 27.70 Bancroft Oil Co., Fuel . . .42.02 Van Norman Drug, Medical 12.85 Welp Drug. Medical 15.65 Thuente Pharmacy, Medical 104.70 St. Ann Hospital, Medical. .21.00 Drs. Schutter & Koob, Medical 6.00 Dr. Harold Erickson, Medical 41.00 T. J. Egan, M.D., Medical.. .8.00 S. & L. Store, Clothing. . ..25.40 J. C. Penney Co., Clothing 3.88 Swanson's, Food 40.00 Hood's Grocery, Food 30.00 Kenneth Salveson, Keep... .74.99 Luth. Home Find. Soc., Keep 87.00 Everett Attig, Keep 83.24 Howard Andrews, Meeting.. .9.00 Lee Davidson, Meeting. . ..10.40 David Smith, Meeting 5.00 Leonard Warner, Mileage. .42.90 Marvel Immerfall, Clerk Fees 25.00 DRAINAGE FUND Kruse Engineering, Dr. 2 401.52 Kruse Engineering, Dr. 4 129.20 Kruse Engineering, Dr. 4 Lat 24 & 33 1,410.63 Advance Pub. Co., Dr. 4 Lat 24 & 33 1,252.25 Kruse Engineering, Dr. 5 W. Branch 538.71 Leland Wildin, Dr. 9 19.90 Jim Mergen, Dr. 9 4.14 Douglas Wildin, Dr. 9 5.12 Francis Kollasch, Dr. 9... .13.90 Carroll Potter, Dr. 9 9.32 Wm. Runchey, Dr. 9 14.02 Kruse Engineering, Dr. 23 445.57 Advance Pub. Co., Dr. 23.. .30.21 Kruse Engineering, Dr. 72 148.48 Kruse Engineering, Dr. 26 92.78 Fagre Const. Co., Dr. 96 . .189.15 Hancock Sec. Rd., H. K. 3-46 13.34 Kruse Engineering, Dr. PAK 1 525.42 L. J. Kuchenreuther, Dr. WK 3-11 55 On motion adjournment was taken until Feb. 23. 1967 Charles Plathe, Chairman Bd. of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore Kossuth Co. Auditor BOARD PROCEEDINGS FOURTH DAY FEBRUARY 23, 1967 SPECIAL JANUARY SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were Charles Plathe, Chairman, and Lawrence Newbrough, Garry McDonald, Andrew Reising and A. M. Kollasch. Absent: none. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newbrough that Class "B' Beer permit for Oscar Simons, St. Benedict, be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Kollasch and seconded by Newbrough that cigarette permit for Oscar Simons, St. Benedict, be approved. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Reising that contract for Creosote Lumber lie awarded to St. Regis, Waterloo. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Reising that Pioneer, Ankeny, be awarded the piling. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Newbrough that metal pipe be awarded to Armco Steel Corp., Minneapolis. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that concrete pipe be awarded to Zeidler Inc., Humboldt. Ayes: all. Nays; none. Motion carried. Motion by McDonald and seconded by Newbrough that I. E. Wortman & Leon McCoy be appointed appraisers on Drain 23 Reclass. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. On motion adjournment was taken until March 1, 1967. Charles Plathe, Chairman I3d. of Supervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore Kossuth Co. Auditor LINDSAY LEVER HARROWS flexible or Rigid (PISS Utotnrtri) PB53 PB5»/, PB6 5 H. 40 T««th Wl. 100 Ibf. 5'/a H. 43 T««fh Wl. 110 Ibf. 6 «. 47T<Hrth Wl. 116 Ibf. A'/a H. 51 T««th wt. 127 Ibf. *f 7 H. 53 Tt*th Wl. 133 Ibt. TOOTH BARS—I %' O.D. high cnrbon steel tubing. IEVER ASSEMBLY—Tilt* teeth to angle best suited to Boil and crop conditions. DRAW HOOKS—Designed with opening toward the ground to eliminate unhooking. TEETH —High cnrbon steel hammer-forged to dinmond-hnrd point are reversible and replaceable. Kuch tooth is locked on with spring steel lock washer and nut. DON7 BE SATISFIED WITH LESS-BUY THE BEST JOE BRADLEY EQUIP - ALGONA ANNOUNCING Opening Of Rowley Builders & Supply Carpenter Shop At 210 West State Algona, Iowa IN CONNECTION WITH OUR ''COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE" Home Building & Remodeling • Custom Built Or Pre-Finished Cabinet* • Alsco Aluminum Combination Window* & Door* • Aluminum Awnings • Window Glass & Screen Repair For Free Estimates Phone 295-5323 Keith B. Rowley

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