The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1967 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1967
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinei Thursday, April 27, 1967 Sexton Opens Two Business Expansions SEXTON - if s about time the Sexton hiway signs were put up so potential customers can find the location of the two new business places. Klrschbaums have now set up their lawn mower repair section In the formar Ward's Feed supply office on main street. Over on Plumb street, Ralph Witham has Ward's former corn shelter all overhauled and ready to go. The best luck to these two enter- prizes In our fair cltyl - o - News of local young people continues to be of the very best kind. This week Terry Olsen, son of the Art Olsens and Delmar Mains, son of the Don Mains, made a. trip to Oklahoma as part of the soil Judging team of George Sefrlt, Algona Vocational Agriculture teacher. As Iowa State winners the team has been entered In the national Judging contest. Debbie PeCoy might question the good news part as what's so good about graduating from 8th grad when you've got the mumps to go with It? One member of the Sexton Friendly Club solved the problem of forgetting dates for Secret Sister gifts. She Just saved them In a sack and presented them all at the end of the year, making It a second Christmas for her Secret Sister. The April meeting was held at the Don Mains home Monday evening with revealing of Secret Sisters. For some reason Don also picked that night to get caught up on his field work. The May meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Nell Opheim with roll call of "My most useful kitchen gadget". Thank You... ... to all our many friends and customers for helping make our Grand Opening last weekend such a fine success. We invite you to stop in throughout the summer months. Sincerely, Hank and Florence Furst Hank's Dairy Creme SOUTH PHILLIPS - ALGONA Guarding the nation's soil "bank" That's another part of the farmer's job . . . safeguarding the thin skin of topsoil in which we grow all our food and natural fiber. Building that topsoil has taken millions of years. In banking terms it is our "account". We have an obligation to maintain our "balance" making up for "withdrawals" through equal "deposits". A few years ago we were drawing on our soil "account" at a shocking rate. But today, the forward-looking farmer guards his topsoil through progressive practices like contour farming. Farm cooperatives encourage soil conservation in the interest of the farmer's and the nation's future They distribute machinery and supplies to help tin? farmt-r keep down the cost of his soil conservation program. To help him maintain soil fertility, they manufacture and distribute high quality fertilizers at reasonable prices. The farmer has many heavy responsibilities and complex problems which create widely dili'erent needs. Through his cooperative organizations the farmer is better able to meet them. WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Alfred Schultz, Mgr. (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR Ronald Jurgens, Mgr. LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr. OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR Jerry Huffman, Mgr. WEST BEND ELEVATOR CO «. W. Jurgens, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Stott, Mgr. FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode R. L. Matheson, Mgr. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Curtis Luro, Mgr. IRVINGTON CO-OP ELEVATOR E. F. Immerfall, Mgr. LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE ___ Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mgr. Cooperatives help more people share in America's progress Mr. arid Mrs. Don Jennings and family stopped in at the John Jennings on their way home to Shenandoah after attending a Patton reunion at Wnlttemore. There must be some mighty nice people In the Swea City area. Mrs. Jennings has lost her boarder as Mrs. Gettmann was getting so homesick for the folks In the Swea City area she has returned to that community. That cast on Leslie Huffs arm Isn't quite as bad as It looks but would you believe he got the Injury at the skating rink. No he didn't finally fall after all these years, he was Just standing there minding his OUT; business when he was mowed down by a hotrodder on skates. The news from Martin and Cella Mlmbach sounds like they are enjoying Arizona so much we may never see them again. Well If local weather stays the same as this week, we can only say stay there and enjoy that 80 de- greesl Honor St. Joe Couple Wed For 20 Years ST. JOE - Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas were pleasantly surprised In their home Saturday evening, April 22 In observance of their 20th wedding anniversary, when relatives gathered for a social evening. Lunch was brought In and gilts were presented In observance of the occasion. Attending were Mr. and' Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Specht and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Glsch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Arend and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gisch, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds and family, Mary Belser and Linda Buscher, aU from Algona. Mrs. Kohlhaas, the former Doothy Glsch, daughter of Lorenz Glsch, Algona, and the late Mrs. Eva Gisch, and Wilfred Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas, St. Joe, were married in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona and have lived here on the same farm since. They have five sons and three daughters, Ronald, Daryl, Dwight, Harlan, Theresa, Carol, Mary and Paul. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morrlssey and Jackie and Janet, Des Moines, spent the weekend here in the home of Mrs. Morrissey*s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Berte. Jo Ann Erpeldlng, Des Moines spent the weekend here In the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erpeldlng and Peter. Sunday, April 30, at the 8 o'clock mass In St. Joseph's church here will be first communion for second grade pupils of St. Joseph's School. Mildred Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann, is a surgical patient in St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn. John Orlger came home from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where he has been a medical patient the past month. Kenneth Erpeldlng, son of Mr, and Mrs. Francis ErpedHlng and freshman at Loras College, Du~ buque, spent the weekend here with home folks, Mrs. Susie Kramer entertained her 500 club Thursday with Mrs. Louise Thul as a guest. Receiving prizes were Mrs, Tony Becker, Margaret Reldmlller and Mrs. E. J, Gales. Mrs. Tony Becker entertains the club next. Mrs. Lizzie Weydert, Algona, spent Wednesday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Berte are parents of a daughter born at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, April 17. This makes three girls and one boy In the Berte family. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jensen, Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. John Berte, St. Joe, are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bormann are parents of a daughter born April 19 in Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge. This makes three girls and two boys in the Bormann family. Mrs. Genevieve Weydert, Livermore and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bonnann, St. Joe, are the grandparents. OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SALE $1,500,000 ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT Kossuth County, Iowa School Building Bonds Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned Secretary of the Board of Directors of The Algona Community School District, in the County of Kossuth, State of Iowa, at his office in the Board of Education Office, Algona, Iowa, until 12:00 o'clock Noon, Central Daylight Savings Time, (11:00 A. M., Central Standard Time), on the 10th day of May, 1967, for $1,500,000 School Building Bonds of said School District, at which time they will be presented to the Board of Directors of saidSchool District at its meeting to be then held at the Board of Education Office, Algona, Iowa. After the receipt of open bids, the sealed bids will be opened, and the bonds will be sold to the highest bidder for cash. Open bidding will be concluded not later than 12:30 P. M., Central Daylight Savings Time (11:30 A. M., Central Standard Time). Said bonds will be of the denomination of $5,000 each, dated May 1, 1967, bear interest payable November 1,1967, and semiannually thereafter, and will mature in numerical order on November 1 of each of the respective years as follows ; $25,000 1968 50,000 1969 50,000 1970 50,000 1971 75,000 1972 75,000 1973 75,000 1974 125,000 , . .1975 125,000 1976 125,000 1977 125,000 1978 125,000 1979 150,000 1980 150,000 1981 175,000 1982 None of saldbonds will be optional for redemption prior to maturity. Said bonds will be registrable as to principal only, Both principal and interest will be payable at the office of the Treasurer of said School District in the City of Algona, Iowa. Each bid must be for all of said bonds on the Official Bid Form, upon terms of not less than par and accrued interest. Bidders should specify the interest rate or rates for the bonds, but only one interest rate shall be specified for a single maturity, and not more than three interest rates shall be specified for the entire issue. Repeating a previously mentioned rate will not constitute an additional interest rate. Each interest rate specified must be In a multiple of one-quarter (.1/4) or one- tenth (1/10) of one per cent, . and no coupon Interest rate may exceed four and one-half percent (4 1/2%) per annum. Each installment of interest will be represented by a single coupon on each bond. The bonds will be awarded to the best bidder determined upon the basis of the lowest total interest cost from May 1, 1967, to the respective maturity dates, after deducting any premium. These bonds are being issued pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 296 of the Code of Iowa, 1966, and all taxable property In the School District will be subject to the levy of taxes sufficient to pay the principal and interest on said bonds without limitation as to rate. Delivery Is expected within thirty days after the sale In Chicago, Illinois, or DesMoines, Iowa. The District will furnish the printed bonds and the approving opinion of Messrs. Chapman and Cutler, Attorneys, Chicago, Illinois, and all bids may be so conditioned. Said opinion, which will be printed on the bonds, If requested by the purchaser, will recite that, based on current rulings and official interpretations, interest on said bonds is exempt from present federal income taxes. A certified check o'r cashier's check drawn on a solvent state or national bank for $30,000 payable to the order of the Treasurer of said School District must be furnished by bidders as a guarantee of good faith, this amount to be retained pending full performance by the successful bidder and to be forfeited to the District as agreed liquidated damages upon failure to take up and pay for the bonds when ready. The right is reserved to the Board of Directors to reject any or all bids and to .valve any Irregularities in any bid. The Board of Directors has authorized the preparation of an Official Statement contaiblng complete Information concerning said bonds and the School District, and an Official Bid Form. For copies of these documents or for additional information, prospective purchasers are referred to the undersigned or to the Financial Consultants to the District, Paul D. Speer and Associates, Inc., Twenty North Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60606. Telephone: Area 312 - Financial 6-0858. By order of the Board of Directors, /S/Vaughn K. Rising April 18, 1967 Secretary (Published in the Algona(Iowa) Upper Des Moines, April 27 and May 4, 1967). is yours wit ha new, modem,self-cleaning A new self-cleaning electric range ends one of the most tedious jobs of any housewife—hand cleaning a dirty, grimy oven. With a self-cleaning electric range, there are fust three steps: 1. Set cleaning time 2. Latch door 3. Turn switch to clean The oven elements turn on and slowly heat the oven to extremely high temperature. At this temperature, the dirt iHltie oven is decomposed and the small amount of smoke is removed automatically. End messy oven cleaning with a new, modern HD n PZl /T\ CT3 HTN n /C\ PTN f~l Rj" Algona Municipal Utilities Plan to have a home of your own? The good things of family life start with a home of your own. Now is a good time to buy a home and finance it through us. We are the specialists in home loans. 2 KINDS OF SAVINGS PLANS ON NEW 6-MONTH SAVINGS CERTIFICATES These certificates are issued in amounts of $1,000 or multiples of $1,000. They art perfect for the investor with larger sums of money who wants to earn a high return with maximum safety. They earn from the day you invest. Earnings are paid each six months from date of issue. ON CONVENIENT PASSBOOK SAVINGS This Is the best all-around savings plan for everybody — the best way to have money available when you need it ... the best way tc build small sums into large. Dividends are paid twice a year. Put any amount into your account . . . any time. Save by the 15th of any month . . . earn from the Istl Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Insured to (15,000 Save From The 15th ~ Earn From The 1st SINCE 1917 — ALGONA, IOWA ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS AND 6-MONTH INVESTMENT CERTIFICATES Savings Accounts insured up to $15,000 by F ederal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation

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