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tft-A!»dfta, (lo.) Upper De* Mein« W*dne$day, Feb. 21 1968 |i .. • History Of Beanl^per7 NeW Vehlde Here Is Quite Lengthy Registrations MM V^k d 1 A f ft By EVELYN CADY It is Bean Supper time again here Feb. 22. It will be held at the V.F.W. hall and the Izaak Waltons will assist. Serving will be from 5 till 7:30 p.m. Bean suppers are of historical interest as they began as a fundraising project, the women being called the "Women's Relief Corps," an auxiliary of the G.A.R.. The present historical rooms were known asG. A.R. hall years ago. It also served as our library until the present one was built. The G.A.R. and the W.R.C. were nourishing enterprises -around 1890 and the suppers, famous for the good food (and enormous quantities), were eag- •erly awaited each year. The old armory was used for the suppers and long tables were erected to take care of the hoards of people who attended. How well I remember the delicious odors of the food. Of course, there were great quantities of baked beans and Boston brown bread. It was truly a gourmet's delight. After the serving, a program was held on a platform erected on the west side of the building and on it sat several of the old soldiers, the Turner brothers, Col. R. H. Spencer, Mr. Spear, AlonzoClark and a few others. There wasalso an organ and group singing of "America," "Tenting Tonight," "Star Spangled Banner," and a patriotic speech. The W.R.C. was organized May 13, 1890 and the women met in the upstairs rooms of the hall, where they sewed, chatted, and I have an idea, made quilts and needed clothing for families, particularly of the G.A.R. Time passed and for a number of years the suppers were discontinued. The last one I went to was served in the dance hall over the Rusk drug store. It was about 1913, but lacked the charm and zest of earlier suppers. The supper was restored a couple of years ago by the Historical Society and I hope it will be well attended. Dump Custodian For the past three years, Hugo Gade, 66, has been custodian of the Algona city dump, and as dumps go has kept an orderly supervised dumping ground. He is pictured here amid the hazy air that surrounds any burning dump. A while back, six more acres of ground were purchased from A. F. Van Buren to allow expansion westward of the Algona dump. Where it might go from here when a relocated dump is designated:, Hugo doesn't know. The State Department of Health, which has asked for a new Algona dump location, has been requested to have representatives meet with the Algona City Council to exchange ideas on the subject of a relocation. Rites Held Tuesday For Young Whittemore Sgt. Funeral services for Kossuth county's second victim of the war in Vietnam, Sgt. Robert E. Ewoldt, 22, Whittemore, were held in St. Paul's Lutheran Church there at 2 p.m. Tuesday, with Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiating. Burial followed at the church cemetery and McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. The young sergeant's body was flown to Des Moines Saturday night and returned to Algona Sunday by the funeral home. His brother Hank, also a GI in Vietnam, accompanied the body home for services. A color guard and complete military rites during the funeral and burial were provided by the Seely-Walsh American Legion post at Whittemore. Sgt. Ewoldt died Feb. 6 of a gunshot wound in the body from hostile fire while on patrol duty with the U. S. Marines near Quang Nam in South Vietnam. Pallbearers were Paul Maahs, William Elbert, Elmer Alt, Kenneth Kern, Wayne Schumacher and Norman Parsons. A complete obituary on the young man appeared in earlier issues of the Upper Des Moines. King, Queen Selection At 4-H Fun Night, Burt A fun-filled night for 4-H'ers in fourth through eighth grades has been planned by county 4-H officers with the help of about two dozen of the 4-H youth leaders. They will host the pre- high school set at a night of carnival-type fun in the Burt school gym, Feb. 24. The activity will get underway at 7 p. m. Those attending will need pennies to play the games and for visits to the refreshment stand. As a high point of the evening, a King and Queen will be (selected from candidates of various clubs. Candidates whose names have been submitted so far i for Queen are: Buffalo Boosters, J,ois Bentley; Blue & White, Mary Ellen Shoenhair; Cresco Chums, Gloria Canaday; Eagle-ettes, Kathy Tokheim; Fenton Forwards, Barbara Baxter; Greenwood Girls, Michele Dim an; Lakota Luckies, Connie Lewis; Lotts Creek Lassies, Susan Walker; Plum Creek Elite, gandra Zwiefel; Riverdale Hustlers, Jane McGuire; U-Go-1-Go, Pebble Sewick; Union Alethean, Patty Hansen; Valley Farmer- ettes, Beverly Beenken; Wesley Wizards, Wendy Lickteig; and WlUUemore Lassies, Lori Lens- tog. , tUng candidates are Algona Boys, Kurt King; Feutou Pro Max Borchardt; Grant i Kendall Mino; Greeu- i Paul Elsbecker; St. Trojan, Allan Konlhaas,; Seneca Boys Club, Terry Weisbrod; Union Boys Club, Harry Alt; Wesley Boys, Philip Buffington 'with Ronald Monson listed as an an alternate; and from Whittemore Boys, Tom Eischen. Five Below Is Coldest For The Past Week Five below zero was the coldest weather of the past week in this area, and a lack of precipitation continued. The temperatures recorded here by KLGA weather station were as follows: DATE H L S Feb. 15 28 14 tr. Feb.16 25 14 Feb. 17 16 -5 Feb. 18 28 -3 Feb. 19 30 16 Feb. 20 — 8 tr. Weather fcr the rest of the week was predicted to be 8 to 10 degrees below normal, with cooler weather moving in toward the end of the week, and some precipitation of a light nature expected. Breaks Elbow WESLEY - David, 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Weiland, suffered a broken right elbow during the physical exercise class at Corwith public school Tuesday. New vehicle registrations went to 11 owners in Kossuth county during the past week. The registrations were as follows: Pnntiac -Rev. James A. Bruch, Algona. Buick - J. J. Lesiak, Titonka; Schultz Bros., Algona. Rambler- Billy D. Basley, Algona. Ford - Raymond F. Becker, • Lakota; Rex B. Voyles, Algona; Donna Mae darken, Lakota (PU); Francis W. Metzen, Algona (PU). Chevrolet- Walter J. Banwart, West Bend (PU); Ralph Reding, Bode (truck). International - Mobile Chemical Co., Bancroft. Thoreson Be Pharmacy Unit Speaker R. M. Thoreson, vice president of Druggists Mutual Insurance Co., recently returned from Fargo, N.D., after- two days of lectures to the pharmacy students at North Dakota State University. He was accompanied by Larry Higinbotham, Brookings, S. D., and H. E. "Larry" Freiberg, Sioux Falls, S.D. The principal talk, concerning automobile and professional liability insurance, was given to the graduating seniors in two one- hour sessions. In addition, speeches were also given to freshman students on drug store accounting as it relates to insurance and to transfer, and junior students on pharmacy ethics and professional liability. Approximately 180 students attended the four one-hour lectures. Druggists Mutual plans to talk before all of the pharmacy schools in its ten-state operating area before June graduation. Pancake Day At Lone Rock The annual Pancake Dinner will be held Saturday, Feb. 24, 1968 in the Legion Hall at Lone Rock. The dinner will be served by the Lone Rock Legion boys, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. There will also be representatives from Felcoonhandandall members and patrons of the Lone Rock Co-operative Exchange are cordially invited to this dinner, with their wives and children. Seven Fined Seven persons paid fines following preliminary hearings of a variety of charges in Mayor Bill Finn's court this week. They were Ralph W. Schneider, Fenton, $50, intoxication; Robert A. Rochleau, Irvington, $20, improper passing; Hubert L. Bruns, Ledyard, $10, no valid driver's license; Dean J. Grandgenett, Algona, $10, littering; Thomas T. McGuire, West Bend, $10, earless driving; Carl E. Swanson, LuVerne, $8, speeding; and Janice H. Limbaugh, Algona, $5, following too closely. Court costs were also assessed. Wedding Licenses Two wedding licesnes were issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to Dan Wehrspan and Virginia Sifert, Feb. 15; and Walter L. Smith and Constance Richter, Feb. 16. Completes Course WESLEY - Karen Otis, who completed a course at Hamilton Business College, Mason City, has accepted a secretarial position at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., and will begin her work March 4. Sheisadaugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Otis. A Federal Holiday Thursday is a Federal holiday and all Federal offices will be closed, such as the postoffice for mail deliveries, the ASCS office and Selective Service, and similar offices. Office Closed The Selective Service office will be closed Feb. 22 in observance of Washington's birthday. Council Minutes The City Council met in regular session Feb. 14. 1968 with Mayoi Finn and the following council members present : Nash, Mtickey. Andreasen, Elbert and Peircr-. Absent : Cook. Minutes of last meeting were appro 1 , c-d. Preliminary plat of Oak Ridge Addition was presented to the C'luncil and the council referred it to the planning and zoning commission. Gordon Winkel. representing Gene Faulstich, presented a lease agreement to the city for cable TV. No action was taken at this time. Letter from the State Department of Health concerning the city dump site was read to the council. The clerk was instructed to write a letter to the regional engineer asking them to meet with the council. Preliminary plat of the 2nd addition ol Riverview Heights was presented to the council and then referred to the planning and zoning commission. The council also asked the planning arid zoning commission to make a study of the area bordering the city limits to see if it would be advisable to annex any into the city limits. Ken's Auto, submitting the low bid for a new police car, was accepted. March 13, 1968 was set as a date for the public hearing on the amendment of the current budget. Airport fund budgeted in 1967 to build a hangar but did not have the letting until 1968. Authorized the transfer of $240.68 within the debt service fund. This balance was left after a storm sewer bond issue was paid off in 1967. Resolution approving the street finance report for 1967 was adopted. Authorized the purchase of moldboard shocks for the maintainer in the street department. Authorized the purchase of paint and paint-marking machine for traffic control. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK GENERAL Finn, Salary 123.15 Smith. Salary 257.79 Sands, Salary 156.09 la. State Bk., Wholding . . .83.80 State Treas., Wholding . . . .9.72 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 61.60 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 49.00 Life Inv., Insurance 39.83 Advance, Publishing 71.08 Reminder, Cards 11.00 Arwell, Rat Control 15.00 Callaghan & Co. Revisions 25.00 W. Finn, Court Costs 113.00 D. Smith, Mileage 46.00 Kossuth Co. Treas., Care of Prisoners 74.80 STREET Burtis, Salary 200.37 Frambach, Salary 206.31 Giddings, Salary 162.73 Helmers, Salary 201.78 Lashbrook, Salary 47.79 Madison, Salary 180.85 Pergande, Salary 263.28 Wibben, Salary 201.78 la. State Bk., Wholding 178.00 State Treas., Wholding 26.03 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 160.65 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 124.29 Life Inv.. Insurance 74.07 TRACTOR TIRES NEEDED! Want to trade for 12 x 38, 13 x38 or 18.4x34. JOE BRADLEY FIRESTONE Algona (81 tfn) FARM LOANS YES - We Have Money To Loan On Good Farms To Borrowers Who Can Qualify, SEELEY REALTY CO, (WEST OF ALGONA THEATRE) Office Phont 295-2350 Rt». 995*3174 295-2670 Advance. Publishing .... .12.60 Brn>t"ii Had.. Cleaning.,. .17.00 F-. Dodee TTA-PI. Sfi-vk-e .8.13 KLGA, Advertising 10.HO N. Central Pub. Service, G.is 170.70 ROAD USE TAX Ak":i:i F&F, Paint .1-1.-10 A: :;'•>!'! Motor. Repairs . . . .42.98 B''!^"ii's. Weldinc "3.70 C'"ik's Welders. Supplies .1.-.7' Grf'til'frs Alltri. R"p,)irs "2.11 Hilton's, Servk't. 24.0" LJi::fs Pllia., Service . ..."6.40 PP: r ival Motors, Truck (Part) 1.G2.".00 Re'iine Gravel, L.-tl'or & Material ....1 10.1.00 Sii''i.-iy DX, Supplies ".10 PUBLIC SAFETY B<»'kf'!i".an Sahiry 300.40 Dr., Salary 213.1:, Groen. Salary 274..71 Hu-'-hison Salary 212.07 Jomt'iison Salary 207.7," Scharleruloi-f, Salary 211.03 Thompson. Salary 210.92 Voiizt. Salary 210.20 la. State Bk., Wholcling 2CG.30 State Treas., Wholcling .. . .42.07 Soc. Sec. Soc. Sec 210.00 Trust &• Agency, Pension . .24.53 Lile Inv.. Insurance 107.53 Greetiberg Auto. Points 1.80 N. Cent. Communications. Service 12.00 Sherwin-Williams, Paint 11.49 Stinray DX, Gasoline 101.43 Tom's Radio &• TV, Service 7.00 Western Gun & Supply, Supplies 5.33 Reminder, Lists 37.75 Cook's Welders, Supplies 1C.00 Electronic Specialties, Repairs 15.00 Utt Electric. Rewiring . . . .5.55 Hilton's, Service 14.09 Arnold Motor, Spotlight . . .28.00 Dau's Garage, Service . . . .0.70 Joe's Texaco, Gasoline . . .12.17 SANITATION Gade. Salary 88.84 Dubaski Salary 28.68 la. State Bk.. Wholcling . . .5.10 Soc. Sec.. Soc. Sec 11.62 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 7.14 Life Investors, Insurance . .8.56 N. Cent. Pub. Service. Gas 23.04 Greenberg's. Supplies . . .10.14 Laing's Plbg., Service . . .10.48 Taylor Motors. Parts . . . .1.96 SEWER RENTAL Lemkee. Salaiy 294.34 Sifert. Salary .192.22 la. State Bk., Wholding . . . .33.40 State Treas.. Whohiinc . . . .8.50 Soc. Sec.. Soc. Sec "1.85 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 41.24 Life Investors, Insurance . .31.27 Algona Ins., Premium 8.81 Cook's Scrap Iron. Supplies 2.24 Frederick Hd\ve. Supplies 1.92 Greenberg 's, Heater 10.47 Natl. Cliemsearch, Supplies 420.8.1 L'tt Electric. Thermostat 24.00 RECREATION Boldridge. Salary 179.00 la. State Bk.. Wholding 13.10 State Treas.. Wholding 2.00 Soc. Sec.. Soc. Sec 18.01 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 14.81 Life Investors, Insurance .. .8.50 Greenberg's, Supplies 1.40 Hilton's, Service 3.50 Percival Motor, Truck (Part) 300.00 Sunray DX, Gasoline 97.08 PARKING METER Schmidt. Salary 05.56 la. State Bk., Wholding 11.10 State Treas., Wholcling . . . .0.74 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 7.40 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 5.88 Life Investors, Insurance.. .8.56 Grouse Cartage, Freight.. .31.44 Rockwell Mfg., Meter Cases and Repairs 1,110.77 TRUST & AGENCY B. Egli, Pension •. .75.00 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9287 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Milford Plathe, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Milford Plathe. Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 8th day of February, 1968. the last will and testament of M.lford Plathe, deceased bearing date of the 4th day of June, 1952, First Codicil to Last Will and Testament dated October 23, 1956. and Second Codicil to La^t Will and Testament datedDecem- ber 3, 1964, was admitted to probate in the aoove named court and that Rita Plathe was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one y-.-n.- from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be fo/ever barred. Notice is further given that all pe/sons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; an:l unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 8th dayofFebruary, 1968. Rita Plathe Executor of said Estate Irvington, Iowa 50550 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt Attorneys for said Executor 101 North Hall St. Algona, Iowa 50511 Date of second publication: 21st day of Februar'y, 1968. (12 & 14) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9288 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF P. L. Person, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF P. L. Person, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 15th day of February, 1968, the last will and testament of P. L. Person, deceased, bearing date of the 28th day of January, 1955. was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Reinold Person, also known as Reinhold Person, was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 15th day of February, 1968. Reinold Person, also known as Reinhold Person Executor of said Estate Swea City, Iowa 50590 McMahon and Cassel Attorneys for said Executor 120 No. Thorington Algona, Iowa 50511 Date of second publication: 27th day of February, 1968. (14 & 15) AT THE HUB CLOTHIERS. We've axed prices for good ol' Thursday, Friday and Saturday onl' George! OFF ON ENTIRE STOCK OF Men's all weather coats, wool topcoats, wool or corduroy car coats, winter weight jackets. 19 MEN'S SUITS Values to $65, sizes: 1/37, 8/38, 3/39, 4/40, 1/40 L, 1/42 L, 1/44 L. MEN'S SWEATERS special group, values to $15.95 (7 pr.) INSULATED COVERALLS S to XL, reg. $16.95 I CORDUROY SUIT 3 piece, size 38 7 ZIPPER JACKETS lite weight, sizes 5/38, 2/40 8 CORDUROY SLACKS Young men's, lite tan, sizes 30, I 31, 32, 33, * 1 *? 7C ! MEN/S SWEAT SHIRTS * 1 / f U f Hooded & thermal-lined, JL w 1 zip front 1 1 tA7fi | BOYS/ SPORT SHIRTS *X 1 Sizes 10 through 18 I _ * 1 A 7fi ! MEN/S SPORT COATS 1 1 1 • 0 1 Value to $29 - 95 ' siz es: 3/36, 3/37, M. \J t 1/1Q t/jir\ i 1 An " ^* I I/Jo, 1/40, 1/42 $1 77fi ! MEN ' S SPORT SHIRTS • • • '^ 1 Vnlna, *_ ti nn m • 1 values to $<VQQ * 1 -_ _— j __ 1 $0 99 I 28 MEN ' S DRESS SHIRTS */ LL 1 White, sizes 2/14%, 15/15, 7/16, *^ I 4/17 _ $ 1 7f5 ' 2 MEN/S SUITS I 1 U 1 Medium gray shades, 1/44 Reg., 1 /4 "< L aa _«.! M^ *4?6 076 A *776 • '176 J. A *122 JL •1122 MMMMk*. y*ry y T^T w wr 1^ 4> A .» »„«,», THIS COUPON ENTITLES BEARER TO 20% OFF ON ANY PAIR OF MfN'S PRESS OR WORK 5HQK. At The Hyb Clothiers - February 22, 23, 24 only, •C^-HUB W^ liUTHOLrejIJJAMS V—/ ** Al.GONA.IOWA

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