The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1967 · Page 7
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Kossuth Has 80 Af State Univ. (CONTINUED FROM LAST PAGE) Park Clinic, Medical . . . .228.00 Wm. McTaggart, Med 20.00 T. J. Egan, M.D., Med 26.00 Swanson's, Food 167.00 Dunn Grocery, Food 20.00 Droessler's Mkt., Food. ...60.05 Corner Store, Food 145.00 Leonard Warner, Mileage 17.40 McCullough Funeral Chapel, Mileage 15.00 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Salveson, Keep 144.02 Luth. Home Find. Soc., Keep 105.25 Everett Attig, Keep 164.25 Howard Andrews, Meeting 18.00 Lee Davidson, Meeting . . .10.40 Marvel Immerfall, Clerk 25.00 Skelly Oil Co., Fuel . . . .40.55 "Welp Drug, Medical 8.35 Clear Lake Med. Group, Medical 154.40 Surgical Assoc., Medical 141.00 Dr. R. T. Evans, Medical.. .4.00 LuVerne Clinic, Medical.. .59.90 East End Grocery, Food . .15.00 J. C. Penney Co., Clothing 8.98 S. & L. Co., Clothing . . . .40.81 Garry Funeral Homo, Ambulance 27.54 David Smith, Meeting 5.00 Marvel Immerfall, Clerk 2G.OO BANGS FUND Jay D. Rush, Inspection . . .16.00 Leon Henning, Inspection . .22.00 J. J. Cecil, Inspection . . . .16.00 D. F. Diemer, Inspection .. .5.50 T. D. Rossing, Inspection. .12.50 E. J. Capesius, Inspection . .6.50 J. K. Hill, Inspection 12.00 D. J. Shey, Inspection . . . .39.50 A. J. Gotten, Inspection . . .57.50 T. J. Lensing, Inspection ..05.50 W. B. Redman, Jr., Inspection 6.50 A. R. Cullen, Inspection .. .40.50 T. D. Rossing, Inspection. .41.00 A. E. Siekmeier, Inspection 3.50 E. J.Capesius,Inspection..59.50 J. K. Hill, Inspection . . . .109.50 A. W. R. Lichter, Inspection . . 29.50 H. H. Raney, Inspection . . .22.00 J. A. Sanftner, Inspection . .5.50 D. J. Shey, Inspection . . . .25.00 A. J. Gotten, Inspection . . .69.50 J. E. Uren, Inspection . . .23.50 T. J. Lensing,Inspection. .150.00 W. B. Redman, Jr., Inspection 30.00 J. T. Waite, Inspection . . .57.00 J. D. Rush, Inspection . . .185.50 D. G. Jacobson, Inspection 25.00 Ralph Johnson, Inspection . .7.00 Leonard Anderson, Indemnity 12.50 . T. B. FUND Leon L. Henning, Inspection 161.25 J. K. Hill, Inspection . . . .97.50 A. J. Gotten, Inspection . . .5.00 On motion adjournment was taken until October 2, 1967. A. M. KOLLASCH Chairman, Bd. ofSupervisors ATTEST: Marc Moore Kossuth Co. Auditor GOURDS From a plant planted by J. C. Helms, Perry, there were two gourds weighing 7 1/4 and 7 3/4 pounds each, The vine on which they grew was over 100 feet long. HORNET NEST A huge hornet nest was found recently when Bill Abbot, Nevada, began to remodel his back porch. Fortunately it was an abandoned one as it was almost as large as young Chris Abbott, 2 1/2 years old. ________ Trained elephants recognize 20-25 different work commands. All Sections Of County Represented IOWA CITY, IOWA - Eighty young people from the Kossuth county area are among this fall's record enrollment of 18,659 students at the University of Iowa, Dean of Admissions Donald E. Rhoades reported today, Oct. 17. ALGONA - Gerald R. Downey; John Charles Platt, David Harlan Reid, Louise Ann Wright, Marilyn , C. Paetz, Jerry Hugh Raney, William Mark Bourne, Victoria A. Bradley, Daniel Langon Bray, Mary Frances Bray, Glenn Carl . Buchanan, Gregg Allen Buchanan, Jodie Lynn Chally, Gary Willis Colwell, Gregory Richard Cook, Mary Anna Erpelding, Jane Louise Eraser, Corene Kay Frideres, Patrick Hugh Kain, Jacqueline Jo Kinden, Robert Emmet Lucey, Juanita Mae Meyer, Barbara Ann Percival, Terry James Powell, Jane Adele Raney, Thomas B. Ricklefs, Shirley .A. Ringsdorf, Margaret S. Schutter, Carol LynnSloniker, Robert William Smith, John Boissaf Snyder, James Mark Stanton, Michael H. Stillman, Glen W. Tschetter, Linda Jean Wagner, Barry C. Watkins and Lark H. Whittemore. ARMSTRONG - Diane Rose Hypes. BANCROFT - Mary Catherine Clark, Richard Harold Clark, William F. Piers, Joelene M. Schneider, David Lee Weber and Arthur Charles Welp. BODE - Virgil C. Wagner. BURT - James Andrew Fries, and Edward Leo Carman. ELMORE - John LeRoy Hagedorn. FENTON- Wayne Edgar Stoeber, Dennis Alan Dahl, Philip F. Meyer, Candace Ann Vaudt, and Don Craig Yager. LAKOTA - Albert August Becker, John Alvie Cordes and Stanley Kobus Tjaden. LEDYARD - Ommund Danny Skaar. LONE ROCK- Janell E. Newbrough. LUVERNE - Paul W. Gilligan. SWEA CITY - Ronald Larry Linde, Ronald Lee Peterson, Candace Jo Elliott, Betty Jean Hanson, Patricia Anne Phelps and Shirlie L. Smouse. TITONKA - Allan M. Redenius, Brenda M. Brandt, Mark Edward Boyken, John Edward Brandt, Earl John Cushman, Dennis Allen Rike and Carole Ann Smidt. WESLEY - Richard A. Jongewaard and Paul Edward Pfeffer. WEST BEND — Joan Diane Mogler. WHITTEMORE - Norma Jean Gengler, Craig Michael Espe, Michael Paul Gross, Myron Albert Kautsch and Edward Ralph Maahs. Nugent To New Post Burns Nugent, Algona high graduate and previously serving as vice president for TV stations in Duluth, Minn, and Cedar Rapids, has been named vice president and general manager of KWWL radio and TV station in Waterloo. He was active locally in the recent cable TV election held here presented by his organization. SWEET POTATOES Harold Inman, Montezuma, grew sweet potatoes for the first time this year. His crop was 110 pounds from 24 plants and most of them each weighed 1 1/2 to31bs. Burt Girl Is Engaged To Arizona Man EVELYN CHERLAND Mr. and Mrs. Julian Cherland, Burt, announce the engagement of their daughter, Evelyn, to Paul A. Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Baker, Tucson, Ariz. A December wedding is planned. Miss Cherland is a graduate of Augustana College, Sioux Falls, So. Dak., and is teaching school in Coon Rapids, Minn. Baker received his B. A. degree from the University of Arizona and is presently a student at Lutheran Theological Seminary, St. Paul, Minn. Elect Officers The Algona A.O.K. met Saturday at the county Extension office. Talks were given by Sue McEvoy and Jean Prothman, Linda Heimer, Sue McGuire, Sue McEvoy, Ann Milder, Judy Heimer and Donna Clapsaddle. They also held election of officers. Elected were Kathy Lallier, president; Judy Taphorn, vice president; Dorothy Frideres, secretary; Sue McEvoy, treasurer; Barb Schlievert, historian; Kim Thu- ente and Mary Jane Berger, reporters ; and Mary McEvoy, Kim Hensley, Jean Prothman, Judy Heimer and Patti Detrick, telephone committee. The club will have a skating and dancing party Oct. 20 at 7:30 p. m. Tickets will be available at the door. Everyone is invited to attend. CABBAGE Maynard Johnson of Roland . was the proud grower of a cabbage which weighed 14 pounds and measured 44 inches around. The Boy Scouts of America was founded in 1910. FOR PLUMBING HEATING COOLING INSTALLATION - REPAIR OR REMODELNG WE'RE AT YOUR SERVICE Phone 295-2104 LAING Plumbing-Heating-Cooling 12 No. Podge, Algona Tuesday, Oct. 24, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnw-7 ville. The Cummins formerly lived at Swea City. Attendants were Mrs. Connie Hudson and Gerald Masterson, brother-in-law of the groom. A reception was held following the wedding at the home of the bride's parents after which the newlyweds left on a honeymoon trip to Minnesota. The bride, a 19CG graduate of Taylorville High School is employed in Springfield. The groom, a graduate of Swea City High School, attended college one year and then enlisted in the Air Force. He now has teen assigned to duty in Vietnam. During his absence, Mrs. Cummins will remain with her parents. Ex-Swea City Man Married In Illinois Lynda McCaleb became the bride of A2C DouglasD. Cummins recently at First Presbyterian Church in Taylorville, ni. Rev. Ernest W. Harbaugh officiated in the presence of the immediate families and close friends of the couple. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McCaleb and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Cummins, all of Taylor- She has what it takes... now it's up to you This is a possible 100,000 pound producer. Her good breeding attests to that. The next step is in your hands. You've got to put this calf on a feeding program that insures top production. Like a CO-OP Dairy Feeding Program. But you've got to do it fast. It's well known that how you feed that calf for the first 6 months determines what she'll do for the rest of her life. Start her right and she'll treat you right. Your CO-OP feed man has a Dairy Feeding program designed to 'bring out the best in your dairy cattle. X. @ Dairy Feeding s Programs i Guaranteed Price Booking Program Available. Whittemore Co-op Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH] C O-OP and pjl «VBN fet7»^ Golden Sun Feeds /*A&a S fc,' J_.*A/ Z \7*r!V*JL V O_ For top performance CO-OP gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricant* Phone 295-5614

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