The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1967 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 22, 1967
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4-Alaeno (lo.) Upp»r Dw Moinn Thursday, Jvnt 22, 1947 IK THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSVTK COUNTY ORIGINAL NOTICE MARY JO GRILL, ?ia:r.-ji, vs. ALFRED GRILL, ZX^-i*.-, TO THE ABOYZ KAKED DEFENDANT : You are h%r*ty nc'::;;5C :.*.«.: a Petition of the ii<: v% r^rr.ti plaJntitt I.-, the £icv% t —Utr action Is rrr- z~ ~'.-- :r. •_-% office of the Ci^rr c.' •-.-. s.i»:-vt named Court, !r. -•:.:•:. ?tt;-_".r: the plalntl" pr«ys •.:.«.*. ; Dtcrt% Of Separate Kair.t*ri:t% i* entered by -j-,% Co.". ar.-: v.a: said Decree ;f S%Ka.-at% Ma;:,- terar.ce prc'/iie for svp^vr: .:. S^tr- cf Director J, 5£"rtl C:~---n;tv Sciio:!. Fer.":., !:•» i, he :.z_-7.e of As iiiosr jji i- ":ce cf G.'el'.e* i i^ellt-sr;:, ..".:.:-.e'-'-.s, 2C: Sc-'_ w . Ciari: tree:, Forest City, Jo-'i, ar,S for the plaintiff 2_-i-~ ;:. the" of $75.00 per rr.^ 'cr the minor c.Mls of the parties hereto, Jeanne Grill. Sale ?etit:or. further prays -.ha-, the piair.tif.' be a» r araei scle care, ctistot'y and control o.' sai'; chili Salr Petition further prays that the plaintiff t/e a-jthcr.ze: a:.-: directed to sell cert?.ir. property cvr«d by the defer.da.nt for the best price ittainatle ar.d that she be a.tith'..riz,e'i •.'., use the proceeds therefrom for support and for the supper-, of said minor chili Said Petition further prays that the plaintiff be awarded the household furnishings and similar personal property owned by the parties hereto. Said Petition further prays that a temporary, and later, a permanent injunction be issued, restraining the defendant from coming near or upon the residence of the plaintiff or from interfering with her care, custody and control of the minor child, Jeanne Grill. For further particulars you are referred to the Petition which is nov,- on file. You are hereby notified that unless you appear before said Court at Algona, In Kossuth County, Iowa, at or before ten o'clock a, m. on the 20th day of July, 1967, you will be in default, and judgment or decree will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. Dated this 8th day of June, 1S67. LINNAN, LYNCH i; STRAUB /S/ By Joseph J. Straub 19 1/2 North Dodge St. Algona, Iowa ATTORNEYS FOR THE PLAINTIFF (46-48-50) OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE TO BIDDERS * Sealed proposals for the general construction, plumbing and heating construction, and electrical wiring construction on a shop and classroom addition for Sentral Community School at Fenton, Iowa, will be received by the Board of Directors by the secretary until 2:00p.rr..(C.D.T.) on July 13, lie", at which time all bids received will be publicly opened in the library in the Sentral Community School at Fenton, Iowa, arid read aloud. All bids submitted shall be made on printed forms attached to and made a par-, of the proposed contract documents. Bids shall be submitted according to the following listed classifications: 1. Genera! construction 2. Plumbing ar.-i heating construction 3. Electrical wiring construction hicier; is stated Ir. the proposed co-trac; No tidier —.ay ••vitr.dra v his tid for '*.'. least iC 1 days after the scheduled closing time for receipt of bids. By virtue of statutory author- it;. c. preference will be giver. to products ar.d provisions grown and to coal produced within the State c-f Iowa, and to Iowa labor. After the bids are opened a.-.i by the Board of Directors. said Board may by resolution declare who is the lowest bidder and may defer award of said contract pending necessary details. The Board of Directors reserves the right to reject any or all bids received and to waive informalities in bids. Dated at Fenton, Iowa, this 12 day of June, 1S67. By order of theBoardof Directors of the Sentral Community School District, Fenton, Iowa. Lucille Seegebarth Secretary, Board of Directors NOTICE OF HEARING You are hereby notified that there will be a hearing on July 13, 1967, from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. (C.D.T.) in the library of the Sentral Community School, Fenton, Iowa, on the proposed shop and classroom addition to Sentral Community School, Fenton, Iowa. The Board of Directors has adopted proposed plans and specifications and proposed form of contract for the building consisting of general construction, plumbing and heating construction, and electrical wiring construction. At the hearing any person may appear and file objections to the proposed plans, specifications or contract for, or cost of such improvement. At such hearing a detailed explanation of the architect's drawings and specifications will be presented if so requested. This notice Is given in accordance with Section 23.2 of the 1954 Code of Iowa, and by Order of the Board of Directors. Dated at Fenton, Iowa, this 12 day of June, 1967. Lucille Seegebarth Secretary, Board of Directors (48&50) Prime First If you're about to paint your home, you'll wa nt to paint the meta! surfaces too. By using a up*cial rust inhibitive coating, you can add 11/e and beauty to galvanized iron, tin, or steel ouilding materials. Simply apply the undercoating, and then paint with exterior house paint. Your palm dealer will be glad to tel! you which primer Is best iuited to your particular needs. NEED BEDDING? (Stalk shredding? Green Chop, Too?) This one does all three. BRADY 'FIELD/MASTER Corn stalks make excellent bedding — better than straw! Just hitch your baler to trie Brad/ Field- master and one trip through the field chops, shreds, and feeds the baler, Uee it for jtalk shredding alone— or to chop, shred, and i&sd green chop and stover silage. Clips pativrw and idle acres, too. Full 72" cut. Stop in or call me for a free demonstration on your farm. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 NORTH MAIN ALOONA MANDALAY PINEAPPLE • GRADE A LARGE v SUPER UALU #25 'SILVER JUBILEE USDA Choice ARM CUT 8OZ. CAN ARGO SLICED a. fi ROBIN HOOD Ib 25 IBS. >•*<**+<*• SUPER VALU INSTANT COFFEE PEACHES JELL-0 NO. 2!/ 2 CAN Large 60Z. FAMILY SIZE \b »WAGNER'S ORANGE OR GRAPE .roost* 1 * Sauce for Souce COFFEE 1.79 DRINK GOLD TIES Lotts Creek LONGHORN CHEESE PUFFS FACIAL TISSUE BOXES DECANTER BOTTLE •••**<»*.* DEL MONTE CATSUP NEW 280 COUNT CLEARFIELD COUNTRY ROLL MARGARINE each 10' CLEARFIELD SLICED AMERICAN ARMOUR'S STAR PICNIC 3 LB. CAN ^••••wi^HS Jj ft/ 1 ! ARMOUR'S PEACH BRAND A ~ CHEESE 49 ? i Boneless Ham $1 12 SLICES PKG< ! ^ —z* LB. I FLAV-O-RITE FROZEN DINNERS CHICKEN - TURKEY BEEF - SALISBURY STEAK •*#^^m. FLAV-O-RITE FROZEN VEGETABLES (ALL EXCEPT ASPARAGUS AND BRUSSELS SPROUTS) KR"' • _ Miracle Whip Salad Ore KRAFT MIRACLE WHIP DEBBIE LIQUID DETERGENT 32 OZ. PLASTIC BTL. 20 OZ. FAMILY SIZE BOTTLE NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE12MU5 'SILVER JUBILEE' FOR FLAV-O-RITE GRAPE JUICE I mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm, mum mm mmt mtm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm m SEAMIST LEMONADE 6OZ. CONCENTRATE CAN 6OZ, CONCENTRATE CAN ZESTEE STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 2 LB. JAR NEW CROP CALIF. U.S. NO. 1 LONG WHITE POTATOES LB. BAG 100 LB. BAG j>3.98 NEW CROP TEXAS NEW TEXAS CARTS LB. PKG. CALIFOiRNIA ORANGES WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR FROZEN STRAWBERRIES IN 25 LB. CANS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE MARKET PRICE FAMILY SIZE 2 FREE TOOTSIETOYS INCLUDED r/AIVIILI OIZ.C 2 FREE TOOTSIETOYS INCLUDED mJm-L-tlL CREST TOOTHPASTE 69 Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday SUPER UALU ALGONA The AVERAGE Food Co*t Is LOWER AT HOOD'S - Day After Day. W« Invitt You To Check Our Regular Shelf Prices & COMPARE 1 WATERMELONS Thursday, June 22, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinet-5 Chairman Says Conservation Of Soil Needed Farmers in Kossuth county will need to step up their soil conservation practices to keep pace with the changing farm pattern, according to Julius Baas, chairman of the County Soil Conservation District. The Commissioner stated that, "The intensified farming system of today with emphasis on row crops means that we will have to increase the rate we apply conservation practices." "Much progress has been made in the Kossuth district," he related, "but the job of protecting our soil and water resources must continue." The Kossuth County Soil Conservation District, in observing Soil Conservation Week, reports the following major accomplishments by the farms of the Kossuth district protecting their soil and water resources. This year, 25 more farmers became coooperators of the district, bringing the total to 791 district cooperators. There were 41 more farm conservations developed by Kossuth county farmers making a. total of 703. There is 175,000 acres of the land in the county that has been completely soil mapped showing type of soil, percent of slope, and degree of erosion. During the past year farmers in the district built 15,655 feet of terraces. Six erosion control structures were built. This spring the following farmers planted new or additional acres on the contour: Clarence Marso, Tony Hanson, Everett Broesder, Kyle Keith, Gerald Voigt, Maurice Weisbrod, Warren Brones, Francis Erpeldlng, John Helleseth, Bill Marshall, Howard Long and Clyde Priebe. Drainage In Kossuth Is Under Scrutiny The Soil Conservation Service staff is currently investigating Kossuth county drainage districts through a cooperative agreement with the board of supervisors and the Soil Conservation district. The preliminary investigations are initiated by one or more landowners in a district with a drainage problem. A request is then filled out and is taken to the board of supervisors and Soil District commissioners for approval. If it is determined that a need exists, it is approved and a. survey crew is sent out to investigate the drain. The field survey crews are directed by Gerald Hollander, SCS area engineer and Lyle Reidinger, work unit conservationist. The field survey crews are headed by B. Jack Wederquist, engineering technician, and Loren B. Bishop, conservationist technician, assisted by Lance J. Johnson and Howard L. Person. Set Open House Students at St. Mary's Catholic church at Armstrong will serve as hosts to the open house at the new catechetical center there Sunday, June 25, 2-4 p. m., with the public cordially invited. 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These men from the USBA operate hand in hand with service and civilian police, with malt beverage licensees, public boards and committees: military, civil, professional. Object: to protect those who are underage, and to insure strict observance of the law. We're proud of the work they do. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P.O. BOX 189, OSCEOLA, IOWA J

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