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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 20, 1967
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14-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thii-sday, July 20, 1967 Grand Master Of Masons At Burt July 27 | WESLEY m By Mrs. Viola Studer Marleen Hart* Of Wesley Is Engaged To Wed WILLIAM BRUBAKER BURT - Kossuth Lodge "0-10 A.F. & A.M. will present iJO year certificates to J. L. Miller and Frank Ryerson Thursday, July 27. Festivities are sclied- usud to get underway at G:30p. in. with a banquet served to the Masons and their wives at the Burt Legion hall. Immediately following the meal, introductions will be made of the M. W. William W. Brubaker, Grand Master of Masons in Iowa, and his corps of Grand Lodge officers and their wives. Brubaker will make the presentation of the 50-year certificates to the honored guests. Following the presentation of the certificates a talk will be given by P.G.M. Hoyt Wood, Reasoner, la. •^•••••^••••••••••^aVaVaV^aVB Former Ledyard Woman Dies At Rochester LEDYARD - Mrs. Robert (Frances) Gustafson of Laurens died July 2 at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, Minn., where she had undergone surgery for a malignant tumor June 27. She was born August 1, 1886 at Ada, Minnesota to Fred and Dora Frietag. In 1922, she was married to Robert Gustafson and they moved to the Ledyard community in 1930 where they farmed until the fall of 1948 when they moved to Laurens. Mrs. Gustafson is survived by her husband, one daughter, two sons, eight grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and one brother. She was an active member of the Bethany Lutheran Church in Laurens where services were held July 5, with Rev. A. M. Youngquist officiating. Interment was at North Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. (Marilyn) Keith Cockrill of Chicago arid Mr. and Mrs. (Donna) Grover Foote and two sons of Des Moines spent a week recently in the parental Carl Froehlich home. Mrs. Froehlich's mother, Mrs. Francis Siepmann and Don of Des Moines, spent the July 9 weekend in the Froehlich home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fugate and children of Milwaukee, Wise., visited the Froehlich's one day recently. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hamilton, Nancy and Jirn and Mrs. Hamilton's mother, Mrs. Helen Johnson, left Wednesday by plane from Des Moines for Buffalo, New York, for a two-week visit in the home of the latter's son, Will Johnson and family. July 15 they attended the wedding of Linda Johnson and Dan Fessinger in the Catholic church at Buffalo. Mesdatnes Maud Studer, Agnes Stevens, Hazel Studer, and Josie Lickteig attended the D.C.C.W. workshop at Emmetsburg July 12. Mrs. Elmer Doughan and Mrs. Herman Bode attended a meeting of the Jolly Dozen Tuesday at the Miller Townsend home in Britt. The Neighborhood Birthday Club was entertained at the rural home of Mrs. Merle Rasmussen Wednesday in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs. Mary Weber entertained her contract bridge club Thursday evening, July 6. Mrs. Mary Rockwood and Mrs. Tom Forburger were guests. Mrs. Minnie Bleich was high scorer. Prairie Neighbors Club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Herman Wise. Mrs. Opal Nygaard was assisting hostess. This was a social meeting. Wesley Township Homemakers met at the Charles Nygaard home Tuesday. Mrs. Cora Johnson and Mrs. Rose Kiley were assistant hostesses. Roll call was How I Celebrated the 4th of July. The patriotic lesson was given by Opal Nygaard and Esther Skow. Mrs. Justine Becker, Joyce and Bob had as their 7 o'clock dinner guests July 11 the Harold Beckers, Algona; Don Redings and Vernon Bertes, St. Joe; Dave Tegtmeyers, Britt; Mrs. Laura Richter and Jack and the John Phil Richter family. The John Richters and two children, Donna and Lisa left Thursday for El Toro, Calif. He has served a year in the Demolition Corps of the Marines. His wife and children had lived the past several weeks in Wesley, in the Al Loebig apartment and in the Elsbecker house. "Knssuth County's Favorite Newspaper" MARLEEN HARR Mrs. Maurine Harr, Wesley, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Marleen, to Donald L. Theesfeld, Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Theesfeld, Estherville. An October wedding is planned. (Photo by Glenn's Studio - Algona) Ledyard Girl Is Married There July 8 LEDYARD - Faye Anette Kra- mersmeier and Robert James Boland were united in marriage at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church here July 8 at 7:30 p.m. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John Kramersmeier and Mrs. Nina Boland and the late William Boland, Sr., formerly of Swea City and now of Forest City. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Victor Vriesen. Mrs. Roger Goetz was organist and accompanied Mrs. Terry Sook. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor-length'gown of Karate cotton, trimmed with Venetian lace, styled with three quarter length sleeves, a high waistline and an A-line skirt trimmed with lace. It had a detachable train., Her headpiece was petal shaped organza with pearls and aurora borealis crystal trim, with a bouffant shoulder length veil. She carried a three tiered suspended bouquet of white gardenias, yellow sweetheart roses and babies breath entwined with green velvet ribbon. The matron of honor was Mrs. Arden Runksmeier, bridesmaid was Mrs. Gene Horning, Lori Runksmeier was flower girl, ring bearer was James Foster, best man was William Boland, Jr., and groomsman was Loren Kleuen. Ushers were Delmar Kramers- 9:00 a.m. MORNING SALE 9:00 a.m. M HIGH GRADE A A HOLSTEINSLL I will bell thi' following ,h«mhe<l livi-stm* ami dairy ^niium-nl on my farm located from TitJn'ka, '2 miles north on the blacktop and i.. mile east; or ft miles i-asl, 1 mile south ami '.. mile east of Bancroft, on .... WEDNESDAY, JULY 26 Auctioneer's Note This is a calfhoud vacciiuitrd herd ami now clean. Til and liungts u-sled to gu anywhere. Nimburs 1, 1, 10, lei, 17, 111, M; ^1 and 2'i art 1 all out uf ('uiti.s bivediny and all females are now bred and bred lu Curtis Bliifk Angus No. 71)0. These cows show lots of quality and production. If you w;uil dairy cows or good feeding cattle, be here at U:00 a.m. sharp! 1. JF.AN1E 2. D1ANNF. 3. MILLIE 4. BLACKIE 5. SUSIL 6. WHITEY 7. JANE 8. BOSSY 9. TUBBY 10. DEBBIE 11. THELMA LOU 12. JUDY 13. BETTY 14. BESS 15. SALLY 16. P1CKELS 17. ROS1E 18. MABEL 19. PEGGY 20. PENNY 21. JANET . 22 due with 2nd calf Auguit 3 due with 3rd calf Auguit 2 due with 2nd calf Auguit 3 due with 2nd calf September 28 freth with 3rd calf June 14 freih with 2nd calf June 24 freih with 3rd calf May 18 . . freth with 5th calf May 21 freih with lit calf July 11 freih with 2nd calf July 8 .freih with 3rd calf April 18; Bred June 17 freih with 2nd calf Feb. 2; Bred April IS freih with 3rd calf Feb. 13; Bred April 29 freih with 2nd calf Feb. 14; Bred April 29 . freih with 2nd calf March 12; Bred May 13 freih with lit calf Feb. 10; Bred June 4 freih with 2nd calf Dec. 1; Bred May 16 .freih with 2nd calf March 10; Bred May 24 lit calf heifer; Bred May 19 lit calf heifer; Bred May 27 lit calf heifer; Bred June 10 lit c*lf ipringer 24 - MIXED CATTLE - 24 7 Black W.F. STEERS, about 800 Ibi. S Black W.F. HEIFERS, about 750 Ibi. C.V. and open 1 Charlioi HEIFER, about 750 Ibi., C.V. and open 2 Black W.F. HEIFERS, about 575 Ibi., C.V. and open 1 Red W.F. HEIFERS, about 575 Ibi., C.V. and oipen 1 Black W.F. HEIFER, about 575 Ibi., C.V. and open 3 Black W.F. HEIFERS, about 500 Ibi., C.V. a.nd open 1 Black W.F. Steer and 2 Black W.F. Bull, about 450 Ibi. Theie are real good quality cattle, well itarted on feed. DAIRY EQUIPMENT Ule model Surge S.P. 11 PUMP with large pipeline for 10 Cowi 2 Perfection Suipemion Type BUCKETS 6-Can Maiter Bilt Side-door COOLER; only 4 yetn old, in real good condition 8 10-gallon MILK CANS Urge Stainleii Steel STRAINER TERMS: CASH or make arrangement! with your banker bole re the i«le. No property to be removed from the premi»ei until lettied for. Not reiponiible for accident! ihould any occur. ^^ Palmer Rurup, owner meier, Wallace Kramersmeier, Maurice Kramersmeier and Arden Runksmeier. A reception for 200 guests was held in the church parlors following the ceremony, Sue Boland attended the guest book and dining room hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Art Runksmeier and Mrs. Hulda Kramersmeier. Sharon Boland and Charlene Kleven were at the punch table and Mrs. Art Kramersmeier and Mrs. Art Strommen cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Maurice Kram- ersmeier and Mrs. William Boland, Jr. poured coffee. The couple spent a few days at Lake Okoboji before leaving for their home in California where they are residing at Long Beach. The bride is a graduate of Ledyard Community School and was employed by the Minneapolis Gas Co. prior to her marriage. The groom is serving aboard the U.S.S. Princeton. | OTTOSEN 1 By Mrs. Donald Usher iifliiinitnniinniniiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiniiiniiiniiiHiniiiiiiii Mr. and Mrs. H.D. Benson attended the twenty- fifth anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lansing at Bricelyn, Minn. Sunday. Mrs. Lansing is a sister of Mrs. Benson. Danny and David Betz, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz of Grimes, are visiting their . grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin, for a week. Mrs. Wayne Fehr and Melissa of West Bend were Saturday overnight guests at the Victor Banwart home. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Robinson and Jean of Eldora were Sunday afternoon and lunch guests at the Ray Pentico home. Timmy and Danny, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Watnem of Humboldt, spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem. Alton Mits- ven of Bode, who is Mrs. Wat- nem' s brother, was also a Sunday dinner guest. Mrs. John Bleckner and her father, Elias Christiansen of Minneapolis, visited Mrs. Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen Monday night. Earlier they had called on Mrs. Mary Verbrugge and Mrs. Bertha Mathiason at Eagle Grove. Council .1 CHARLEY QUINN and DUTCH LEEK, Auctioneer! TITONKA SAVINGS BANK, Clerk The City Council met in regular session July 12, 1967 with Mayor Finn and the following council members present: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Cook, Miller and Peirce. Absent: none. Minutes of last meetings were approved. Several city commissions came before the council to discuss their proposed 1968 budget. Resolution approving the contract between the county and the city, to provide ambulance service and radio for the ambulance service for this area, was adopted. Authorized the purchasing committee of the city council to buy an ambulance with necessary equipment. Mayor Finn was appointed administrator for the ambulance service. Several residents of the rural and surrounding towns came before the council to express their views concerning the construction of a translator tower for better TV reception. Approved beer permit for the Diagonal Grocery. Letter from residents in the west part of town concerning junk' cars parked in their area was read to the council. Quit Claim Deed given for the purpose of re-opening of Walnut street from Johnson street east to McCoy street was referred to the planning and zoning commission. Progress report from H. Smith, Engineer, for the proposed construction of storm and sanitary sewer in the east part of the city was read. Application for approval of underground construction on state highway right-of-way at 420 N. Jones St. was approved. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn to 7;30 p. m., July 19, 1967. D. A.SMITH CITY CLERK GENERAL Finn. Salary 123.15 Smith, Salary 243.97 Sands, Salary 130.00 Soc. Sec., Soc, Sec. Quarter 337.92 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS Qtr. .. .268.80 Iowa State Bk., Wholding.. .71.23 State Comm., Wholding . . ..7.93 Soc. Sec., Ded., 28.16 I.P.E.R.S., Ded., 22.41 Life Inv. Co., Insurance .. .37.18 Adv. Pub. Co., Publishing..46.46 W. Finn, Court Costs . .. .160.00 League of la. Mun., Dues. .210.00 Parker Pub. Co., Mdse. . . .6.95 D. Smith, Mileage 40.00 Upper D, M. Pub., Publishing 35.59 STREET Burtis, Salary 169.96 Frambach, Salary 174.67 Helmers, Salary 152.47 Lashbrook, Salary 47.79 Pergande, Salary 219.92 Sifert, Salary 163.82 Wibben, Salary 157.84 Nitchals, Salary 102.32 Smith, Salary "4.13 Soc. Sec., Qtr -52.58 I.P.E.R.S., Qtr 552.00 Iowa State Bk., Wholding. .123.80 State Comm.. Wholding ... .16.41 Life Inv. Co., Insurance .. .61.21 Soc. Sec., Ded., 67.23 I.P.E.R.S., Ded., 44.49 Ft. Dodge Towel, Service .. .3.50 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies 16.17 N. Central, Nat. Gas 4.48 ROAD USE TAX Algona F & F, Parts 10.63 Algona Imp. Co., Repairs. .15.40 Algona Macli., Repairs . . .2.07 Benson's, Repairs 1.25- J. Bradley, Repairs 2.08 Buscher Bros., Repairs .. .27.60 Cowan Corp., Sidewalks .. .80.10 Everds Bros., Maintenance 4,290.74 Gibbs-Cook Co., Maintenance 33.50 Grennberg's, Maint 2.86 Hilton's, Parts 11.34 Taylor Imp., Repairs . . . .14.75 North la. Asphalt Co., Maint. Material . . . .1,337.41 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 289.83 Day, Salary 218.96 Hutchison, Salary 258.88 Jorgenson, Salary 257.12 Schadendorf, Salary 218.35 Thompson, Salary 209.97 Volgt, Salary 250.62 Soc. Sec., Qtr 995.84 Iowa State Bk., Wholding. .236.40 State Comm., Wholding... .39.48 Soc. Sec'., Ded., 95.74 Trust & Agency, Pension.. .21.75 Life Inv.Co.,Insurance.. .134.97 Adv. Pub. Co., Supplies... .13.30 J. Bradley, Service 22.99 Greenberg s, Supplies . . . .5.28 H & H Auto, Supplies 5.82 Ken's Auto, Supplies 33.65 Cook's, Supplies 7.40 Hilton's, Service 76.65 Fire Dept., Services . . . .272.00 SANITATION Gade, Salary 88.84 Lemkee, Salary 89.08 Nauholz, Salary 50.41 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec. Qtr. . .84.22 I.P.E.R.S./ IPERS Qtr!'. .- .66.99 Iowa State Bk., Wholding . .7.60 Soc. Sec., Ded., 11.19 I.P.E.R.S., Ded., 6.96 Redlng's, Labor 116.25 J. Bradley, Repairs 197.09 Lalng's, Service 3.00 N. Central, N. Gas 3.71 SEWER RENTAL Lemkee, Salary 348.17 Nauholz, Salary 83.48 Soc. Sec., Qtr 234.06 I.P.E.R.S., Qtr 172.57 la. State Bk., Wholding . . .42.20 State Comm., Wholding . . . .9.14 Soc. Sec., Ded 23.54 I.P.E.R.S., Ded 15.32 Life Inv. Co., Insurance .. .21.16 Bowman's, Maint 4.70 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies 1.24 R. J. Funk, Supplies 1.30 Greenberg's. Supplies 5.73 PercivaTs, Supplies 6.91 Pratt Elec.. Supplies 7.70 RECREATION Cooper, Salary 138.15 Bartlett, Salary 93.06 Clark, Salary 72.21 Erpelding, Salary 77.68 Johnson, Salary 93.06 Taylor, Salary 69.95 Walsh, Salary 82.89 Parrott, Salary 69.93 Parsons, Salary 62.12 Sigsbee, Salary 32.03 Sigsbee, Salary 70.91 Olson, Salary 186.94 Olson, Salary 26.77 Vint, Salary 54.49 Boldridge, Salary 155.31 Boldridge, Jr., Salary . . ..71.87 Soc. Sec., Qtr 303.57 I.P.E.R.S., Qtr 97.51 Iowa State Bk., Wholding.. .89.14 State Comm., Wholding . . ..5.81 Soc. Sec., Ded 65.92 I.P.E.R.S., Ded 14.63 Life Inv. Co., Insurance ... .8.01 Cook's, Supplies 101.25 Cowan's, Plywood 8.16 Fareway, Supplies 1.19 Honsbruch's, Supplies . . . .13.10 Laing's, Labor 220.77 Thermogas, Gas 7.50 D. Hemmingsen, Supplies. .67.80 Pratt Elec., Labor 33.35 Benson's, Welding 25.79 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies 20.09 Bomgaars, Supplies 63.00 Coast-to-Coast, Supplies 26.41 Sailer's, Paint 2.78 Algona F & F, Cygone 7.00 Algona Greenhouses, Plants 1.30 Algona Imp., Repairs 4.60 Bowman's, Maint 7.50 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 292.32 Nauholz, Salary 79.71 Soc. Sec., Qtr 215.70 I.P.E.R.S., Qtr 34.69 Iowa State Bk., Wholding.. .56.50 State Comm., Wholding . . . .8.48 Soc. Sec., Ded 21.05 I.P.E.R.S., Ded 3.59 Trust & Agency, Pension .. .3.76 Life Inv. Co., Insurance .. .29.17 Algona Reminder,' ' • Supplies 23.25 Tom's Radio, Supplies 5.00 TRUST & AGENCY B. Egli, Pension 75.00 Broken Finger ST. JOE - Lori Thul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Thul, has a broken and lacerated little finger and bruised fingers on her left hand. She received the injuries when she had laid her hand against the back of the fan and had her fingers caught Watch the CLASSIFIEDS HOT WEATHER SPECIALS 1965 Chevrolet Impala 4-door Hardtop Sedan, very clean, V-8, powerglide, radio, power steering. Tu-tone. 1965 Ford 4-door Sedan, automatic transmission, medium blue color, extra good tires. Priced to sell. 1964 Chevrolet Impala 4-door Sedan, V-8 engine, powerglide, radio. White color. 1963 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe, V-8, powerglide, radio, white color-red interior. Nice. 1962 Volkswagen, black color, low mileage. This is a grjbd solid unit. 1957 Chrysler 2-door Sedan. This is a car you can get tlidtisands of miles of driving out of. Only .'.$275 1959 Studebaker Lark 4-door Sedan. A good work car for only$95 1955 Chevrolet 2-door Hardtop Coupe. A good runner for . . . .$175 USED PICKUPS 1964 Chevrolet 1/2-ton, long, wide box, 6 cyl., radio, new tires- Clean. 1963 Ford 1/2-ton V-8 Pickup with grain box and stock racks. This is a good one. 1962 Chevrolet Corvair 1/2-ton Pickup with side loading door. Low, low mileage. 1955 Chevrolet Heavy Duty Step Van, heavy tires, runs real good. Ideal for tool wagon, etc. Only $150 A complete one-stop Chevrolet service Complete Chevrolet motor repair, body and paint service Complete stock of Chevrolet parts We still have a nice supply of 1967 new Chevrolets on hand. Better trade before the price raise on V-8's. Southwest of Court House Square Algona, Iowa The Friendly Store GREAT CREST SAFARI TIRES 4-PLY CONSTRUCTION SAFITY SHOULD!* Guarantied 30,000 Mil«$ or 30 Month« Against Wear Out If lh« tr«ad w«ar« out within Iht warranty period, w« allow $5 toward th» rt«ular prie« plui tax of a lift of •qual valot. If Ur« faili from d«f«eli or road hazard, within oriainal tread lift, we repair »ire free or replace it, charging for tread used at current regular price plu» «xciie tax. LOW PROFILE UP TO 1 8% STRONGER THAN NEW CAR TIRES TRACTION GRIPPERS 000-650/lJ • |1. 80 Fed. Tax NO MONEY DOWN -EASY TERMS Low-profile, rounded-shoulder Safari runs coo!, it firm and stable on the road. Traction-gripper tread digs in for safe itopj. Rugged 100% nylon cord. i-uoj, ne, FREE INSTALLATION! WE'LL TRADEI BIG VALUE BATTERIES r CREST SAFARI BIACKWAUS JIM 600-650/13 700-735/14 750-775/14 800-825/14 850-655/14 670-775/15 710-815/15 760-845/15 raici $17.95 $18.45 $18.95 $20.45 $21.95 $18.95 $20.45 $21.95 HO. 1U $1.80 $2.08 $2.21 $2.38 $2.56 $2.23 $2.33 $2.53 CREST SAFARI WHITEWAU! Jill 600-650/13 700-735/14 750-775/14 800-825/14 850-855/14 670-775/15 710-815/15 760-845/15 rtKt $19.95 $20.45 $21.95 $23.45 $24.95 $21.95 $23.45 $24.95 HO. TU $1.80 $2.08 $2.21 $2.38 $2.56 $2.23 $2.33 $2.53 12-VOLT $1 A99 STANDARD^ I I I Or.24C I W ixch. Fills most 55-67 Chevs,- 56-67 Ply., Ponliacs, Ramblers; 56-64 Chryslers gnd others with 12-V. lyjlem. ».«< Gvarantod 15 Monthi 6-VOLT STANDARD Group 1 Exch. Fill: moit Chevs., Dodges, Plymouths, Rambler's ond other ears witha6-V. electrical system. I-JM TRAVEL GARMENT BAG Reg $1 59 $1.75 I 42" Protects and keeps clothes clean without wrinkling. t-ij TURTLE WAX POLISH Reg. 99c C -_ One-step clean and wax protects for one yearl 4-7707 AUTO WASH MITT Reg. 49c ld«al for washing or polishing. For auto or home use, 4-7074 VISOR GLARE SHIELD Reg. $1.09 Clips to visor, folds down to filter out sun's glare! t-iJ)f GAMBLES-AUTOMOTIVE HEADQUARTERS FOR 42 YEARS!

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