The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1967 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 20, 1967
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Dej Moinei Tuesday, June 20, 1967 Wheat Support Price For KossuthlsSetAt$1.31 3 Sons Get Degrees County wheat growers who want to get price support loans or be eligible for CCC purchases will stay within their 1967 allotments and cooperate in the 1967 wheat program, Chairman Anderson said. He also pointed out that participation in the 1967 wheat program not only qualifies growers for price-support loans and purchases but also for domestic marketing certificates. Certificates for the '67 crop will be based on 35 percent of the farm's projected production of wheat on the allotment. Certificates have a cash value equal to 100 percent of parity as of next July 1, less the national average price support loan rate of $1.25. (Effective parity price for wheat is $2.59 per bushel.) The county price support rate for 1967 crop wheat has been set at $1.31, it was announced this week by R. L Anderson, chairman, Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation county committee. "This county rate reflects the national average farm loan rate of $1.25 per bushel, same as for the 19GG crop," Mr. Anderson said, "but it also reflects the price relationship and support rate for the terminal market area serving this county." The chairman explained that in general loan rates in counties tributary to the terminals will reflect any terminal rate changes. Tormina! rates announced by USDA May 26 range from $1.43 to $1.68 per bushel. Former Area Resident Is Now A Priest REV. MARK McGOVERN Mark McGovern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. McGovern of Riceville, was ordained into the priesthood at the Cathedral of Saint Raphael, Dubuque, June 3. He is a graduate of Loras College and St. Bernard's Seminary, Dubuque. He celebrated his first mass at the Immaculate Conception church at Riceville, Sunday, June 4, where a dinner and reception were held. The McGoverns are former residents of Whittemore and Fenton. Mark attended elementary grades at Lone Rock and also attended Algona High School during his junior year, during which time he stayed with JamesDodds. Mrs. Dodds is his aunt. SENECA . Linda Kracht was honored on her 16th birthday Monday afternoon, June 5, when relatives and friends came and surprised her. Those present included Ann Fortney, Cathy Bergum, Mrs. Francis Sullivan, Sylvia and Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schmidt and Mrs. Peggy Weaver and Zella, Buffalo Center, and Mrs. Marilyn Rubiano and Karen. Mr. and Mrs. Art Bergum and family took their daughter, Audrey, to Mankato last Sunday and helped her get settled for the summer session at Mankato Commercial College. Audrey will begin training for becoming a medical secretary. Brad and Bret Menz of Swischer came Wednesday for a visit with their grandparents, the Clarence Menz's and the Delmar Fischers. The boys are the twin sons of the Larry Menz's who will be coming June 18 and will spend their vacation with home folks. Last weekend guests of Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue were Mrs. Elizabeth Moore and Gwen Hail of Mason City, Mrs. Gladys Taylor, Story City, Mrs. Julia Taylor and Mr. and Mrs, Jack Purcell and family of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips of Mesa, Ariz. Senecans attending summer school at Mankato State College include Mrs. Claude Johnson and Eugene Gardner. Audrey Bergum and Vickie Elmers are attending Mankato Commercial College. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Votteler and family were recent guests of the Delond Vottelers, rural Fenton. The dinner was held in honor of Tom Votteler's confirmation, which had taken place at the morning worship. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilberg and family of Jacksonville, Fla., are visiting relatives in the Fairmont, Seneca and Fenton areas. Donald is in the Navy. Blakjer Luther League will hold their annual birthday party and nursery roll party Thursday at the church. Mesdames Odey Cherland, Amey Cherland and David Looft will be the hostesses. Mrs. Henry Looft will have charge of the program and Mrs. Melvin Bratrud will present the nursery roll. Carol Johannesen, who recently returned from a trip to Europe and has been visiting her parents, spent several days with friends in Denver, Colo, before her return trip to New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Jensen and girls spent the weekend at Des Moines where they visited at the home of an uncle and aunt, the G. E. Griffiths, and attended an open house in honor of the Griffith's 50th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon at the new home of their daughter, Diane. In addition to the open house, it was almost a family reunion for the Jensens as several of the Jensen families were present and included Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Haakenstad, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Haakenstad and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Krause and children, Dr. and Mrs. Perry Jensen and daughter, and the Griffith's other daughter, Gloria, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Urmey McConnell. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hassel and family attended commencement exercises at the Esther- vilie Junior College Thursday evening, June 8. Their son, Mike, was one of the graduates. TITONKA — Three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bovken of Titonka have completed University education, and two of these received or will receive their degrees this spring. Mark graduated with distinction from Iowa State University at Ames on May 22, receiving a B.S. degree In Science and Humanities, with a major in 7oology. He will enter the Col- logp of Medicine at Iowa University at Iowa City next fall. During the summer, he will sprvr for the fourth year as a counselor at Camp Lincoln in Nisswa, nc'ar Orainard, Minn. Allan will receive his Mas- Mike will be attending State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, this fall. Mrs. Paul Hassel has enrolled at Drake for a summer course. She will again teach sixth grade at Armstrong next year. ter of Science degiee in Business Managemerit from Harvard University at commencement exercises there June 19. He received a B.S. degree from Iowa State University in 1962. He served two years in Germany, and toured Europe Allan has been employed by Fisher Governor Corp. at Marshalltown, and he will begin working there in July. Jeff graduated from Iowa State University in 1965, with a B.S. degree in AerospaceFn- gineering. He is in the Air Force and Is stationed at Klm- endorf Air Force Base at Anchorage, Alaska. He and his wife have onp son. Wayne Kenyon, who was horn May 2G. The Boykt'ns have two sons still at home. Karl is a sophomore at the Titonka High School, and Quentin is in ihe eighth grade. t I Board Proceedings i NINTH DAY May 1, 1967 REGULAR APRIL SESSION The Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment. Those present were Charles Plathe, Chairman, & A.M. Kollasch, Lawrence Newbrough, Garry Mc' Donald & Andrew" Reisirig. Absent: none. Motion by Kollasch & seconded by McDonald that Class "B" Beer permit be granted Richard F. Hoberer, L.V. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Reising that the first quarterly report of the following be approved: Wm. J. Finn, Algona Mayor — Wm. Droessler, Greenwood J.P. & Milton G. Norton, Algona J.P. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion "carried. Motion by Kollasch and "seconded by Reising that the appointment of Albert Bormann to fill the unexpired term of Francis Froehlich be approved in Irvington Twp. Ayes: all, Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by Reising that taxes be suspended on L. 8 to lO^Blk 10 Ways & Barretts Park Add, Wesley Inc., in name of Clair Robinson. Ayes: all. Nays: none. Motion carried. Motion by Newbrough and seconded by McDonald that refund of over-assessment on L. 9, Blk 155 be given Marilyn Kuester in amount of $12.70. Ayes: all.. Nays: none. Motion carried. It was motioned that the following claims be paid. POOR FUND Algona Locker Plant, Rent 12.00 Standard Oil, Fuel 28.27 Lindsay Soft Water, Supplies 27.00 Honsbruch Drug, Medicine. . . 520.16 Edward Mino, Freight. . . .11.50 Reding's Gravel, Labor & Equipment .15.00 Coast to Coast, Supplies. . .28,75 Ernie Williams, Parts 5.52 Soc. Administration, Insurance 9.00 Algona Locker, Butchering 36,60 Co. Treasurer, Prepaid Subscription 5.40 Arwell, Inc., Spraying. . . .11.45 Larry's, Supplies 4.56 Algona Upper Des Moines, Subscription. 5.00 Consl. Coop. Creamery, Food i5i.i7 Bernard Food Industries, Inc. Food 92.80 Ervin Emick, Food. 15.90 M. & J.R. Hakes, Food. . . 591.42 Gulf Oil Co., Fuel 41.M Thomas Vipond, Sows 900.00 Drs. Shey & Gotten, Vet Fees 168.75 Lone Rock Coop. Exch., Supplies ; . .852.52 Marvin Kollasch, Hay 111.00 Peter C. Reding, Seed. .. .225.50 Engel Seeds, Inc., Seed. ..139.50 Algona Produce, Supplies.. 29.25 Finn's Bakery, Food 103.70 N.W. Bell, Tel 29.44 Hood's Super Valu, Food.. .64.78 Drs. Schutter & Koob, Medical 10.00 State of Iowa, ADC 2256.50 State of Iowa, Blind 286.36 State of Iowa, Emergency.. .80.62 State of Iowa, Disabled. .. .139.10 Payroll Fund, Poor 1251.65 Mary Copp Properties, Rent; Rose Hahle, 35.00 Wm. Boettcher, Rent; Roelf Miller, 40.00 Marvel Immerfall, Mileage 39.00 Algona Hotel, Mileage, John Gramenz, 13.25 Leonard Warner, Mileage, Percy Atkinson, 54.60 Town of Whittemore, Utilities; Myrtle Frost, 31.81 Town of Bancroft, Utilities; Joe Rapp, 2.58 N. Cent. Pub. Serv., Utilities; Angeline Gustin, 14.70; Doris Culbertson, 13.75; Louis Lynk, 15.00 Alg. Mun. Utilities, Utilities; Doris Culbertson, 7.11 Interstate Power Co., Utilities; Floyd Reibsamen, 13.43 Town of Titonka, Utilities; Floyd Reibsamen, 6.60 Rusk Drug, Medical; Tom Devine, 1.50; Audrey Frye, 33.15 Thuente Pharmacy, Medical; Leatha Redemske, 16.60; Mary Hentges, 32.00 Holy Family Hosp., Medical; Minnie Dreyer, 280.00 Honsbruch Drug, Medical; Herman Wichtendahl, 2.50; Albert Timmer, 11.40; Helen Johnson, 14.05 Drs. Schutter & Koob, Medical; Stella Decker, 140.00; Joe Rapp, 5.00; Art Mueller, 7.00 Dr. Dan L. Bray, Medical; Bruce Rosenstiel, 64.25 Jos. M. Rooney, M.D., Medical; Clarence Zaugg, 7.00 Welp Drug, Medical; Joe Rapp, 2.50 J.B. Thielen, M.D., Medical; Lawrence Mulligan, 36.00 C.V. Lindholm, M.D., Medical; Roelf Miller, 15.00 Van Norman Drug Co., Medical; Kathy Hammond, 61.00 Park Clinic, Medical; Allen Hall, 112.22; Ella Govern, 13.00 Mem. Hosp., Medical; Ella Govern, 33.80 University Hosp., Medical; Ran dell Alvey, 54.00; John Gra- menz, 26.75; Becky Hanson, 5.75; Tim Ktogler, 11.00; Thomas Devlne, ¥.25; JbeBoubek, 43.75"; Angela Johnson, 3.50; Tim Mogler, 3.50; Steven Montgomery, 3.50; Tim Nemmers, 11.00; Cyrilla Slfert, 59.50; Wm. Spelcher, 65.25; Lucy Wessel, 33.05 Holy Family Hosp., Medical; Albin Peterson, 40.00 Dr. R.K. Richardson, Medical; Helen Johnsoni"~28.00; Audrey Frye, 12.00; Mae McLean, 21.00; Robert Jones, 19.00 Hutzell's, Relief Office, 4.23 Doris Culbertson, Relief Office, 15.00 Carnation Co., Food; Larry Reefer, 17.40 East End Groc., Food"; Audrey Frye, 20.00 Zumach Groc., Food; Myrtle Frost, 60.00 Swanson's Groc., Food; JohnRo- sentiel, 20.00; Alvina Fisch, 30.00; Ray Wessell, 25.00 Johnny's A. & G., Food; Clarence Golwitzer, 40.00 Tony's Food Mkt., Food; Ella Govern, 25.00; Joe Rapp, 20.00; Bertha Busch, 15.00 Hood's Super Valu, Food; Roelf Miller, 80.00; Larry Reefer, 90.00; Audrey Frye, 20.00; Robert Jones, 40.00 Dunn's Sure Save, Food; Robert Jones, 80.00; Kenneth Summers, 15.00; Glen Parcel, 10.00; Ines Lamb, 25.00 Miller's Used Cloth., Clothing; Glen Parcel, 14.15 • Thermogas Co., Fuel; Mae McLean, 53.64 Lone Rock Coop. Exch., Fuel; Floyd Salisbury, 4.20 Fergie's K. & H., Fuel; Ella Govern, 15.00; Margaret Fox, 29.80; Herman Boeckholt, 41.75 Thermogas, Fuel; Robert Jones, 15.00 Standard Oil, Fuel; Floyd Reib- samen, 24.84 Sunray D X, Fuel; Geo. Frisbie, 42.61 Morgan Home, Keep; Paul Mulligan, 36.85; Lawrence Mulligan, 150.00 Helen Johnson, Keep; Rose Westling, 150.00 Haywood Nurs. Home, Keep; Lillian Fehr, 30.00 Balmer Nursing Home, Keep; Mathilda Etherington, 20.00; Carrie Jensen, 20.00 COURT FUND James Andreasen, Court Costs 100.00 Koss. Co. Law Library, Apportionment 800.00 Payroll Fund, Court 1836.09 Wm. J. Finn, Mayor Fees. .63.00 Ralph Lindhorst, Mileage. . .7.90 T. B. FUND Dr. D.F. Diemer, Inspection 66.25 Dr. J.K. Hill, Inspection 118.75 Dr. J.T. Waite, Inspection 20.00 REFUNDS Marilyn D. Kuester, Erroneous Assessment. . ..12.70 ROAD CLEARING Swaney Equip. Co., Supplies 217.25 COUNTY FUND Alg. Mun. Util., Utilities 190.96 N. Cent. Pub. Serv. Gas 50.48 Post Office, Postage. . . . 650.00 Payroll Fund, Co 9746.94 Payroll Fund, Co 3311.15 Ralph Lindhorst, Board & Lodge of Prisoners, 115.60 Eppo Bulten, Mileage 58.55 Donald Wood, Mileage 36.90 Ralph Lindhorst, Mileage 54.00 Donald Wood, Mileage. . . .42.10 Ralph Lindhorst, Mileage 141.53 Blue Gun Shop, Repairs. . .3.50 Doris Culbertson, CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

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