The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1968 · Page 22
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8-A!pono (la.) Upper Dei Moin«t W*dn*jde>y, Feb. 21, 1968 iniminiiHuiifii RAMBLINGS FROM RUTH On the bulletin board in my office I keep a mottc to glance at from time to time and fc • the visitors in my office to read. Here's the one I have up currently TAKE TIME TO THINK- It is the source of power. TAKE TIME TO BE FRIENDLY - It is the road to happiness. TAKE TIME TO GIVE - It is too short a day to be selfish. TAKE TIME TO WORK- It is the price of success. TAKE TIME TO LAUGH - It is the music of the soul. FARM PAGE TAKE TIME TO PRAY AND GIVE THANKS- It is the greatest power and privilege on earth. I don't know who wrote it. I copied it from a newsletter and the author was given as unknown. However, it says a lot to me and Bathing dogs... or washing dishes, washing clothes or taking a shower, you always have plenty of hot water with an electric hot water heater Electric water heating saves you money four ways: 1. Costs less to install — short pipe runs, no chimney connections. 2. Low cost to operate — highly efficient, no heat loss. 3. Costs less to maintain — no valves to stick, nothing to burn out. 4. Low cost to buy — lasts longer, reducing your long-term investment. Remember, for better living, you can't beat electric living! Algona Municipal Utilities ••••••••••••••I •••••••••• STRONG "Thou shalt not muzzle the ox that treadeth out the corn. " — Deuteronomy 25:4 Every worker has the right to expect to be rewarded for his efforts. Without just reward, there is little incentive. To deny a man that which he has earned is unjust. And the reward, as the Apostle Paul pointed out in his Epistle to Timothy, should be in relation to effort and achievement. In our economic system, no man works for nothing. The primary motive is establishment of a livelihood. As a secondary effort, some individuals work for "recognition", for the achievement of status within the community. And, some work because they have a desire to serve, to do good, to help others. The best work is always done by those who have love and respect for the thing that needs doing — and a just reward is little enough for their efforts. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 and 169 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa KELEHER & McADAMS CLOTHING Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC. Q. B, Harmes "Super Speed" Tools SWANSON'S - ALGONA "Where Shopping It A Pleasure" CQIONIAL MOTEL Junction )8 and 169 SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Care of Your Feet" Telephone 295-5371 - Algona, Iowa BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. -- Algona, Iowa KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We 1 Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver - CMC Trucks - Gehl Firestone Tires — Stanhoist KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS, ASSN. Your Friend — Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 I.H Tractors — Trucks — Farm Equipment I feel that it can say a lot to others, so I'm sharing it with you. In these busy times we are living in I feel that we must all make the best use of our time — and this is a pretty good way to do it. The young people who went to winter camp certainly did all of these and had a lot of fun in doing them. So I'd like to add one more: TAKE TIME TO PLAY AND HAVE FUN - It is the frosting on the cake. More about 4-H winter camp — The names of the campers attending 4-H Winter Camp from the Hurt area were inadvertantly omitted from the story on winter camp. They were Mark Mawdsley, John Kiley and Cindy Faber. Sharon Hix from Sexton was also omitted. It seems that people and things are always getting separated. Several items that were left on the bus are waiting for their owners to claim them at the E xtension Office. ;... » » DEVELOPMENTS • FROMDEVALOIS • >•••••••••••••«•••••*. We have just received some good new bulletins that will be popular, I'm sure. Some are- Profitable Corn Production, Soybean Variety and Yield Summary, Iowa Corn Yield Test, Oat Variety & Yield Summary. Stop in and pick these up or write or phone and we will mail copies to you. Weather and Its Effect on Corn Production, Feb. 26 - Dean Barnes, .our Extension Area Agronomist, will be speaking on this topic at 8 p.m. at the Algona High School annex. The meeting is open to all people interested in corn production and in cooperation with George Sefrit and the Algona Farmer Night School. Corn Clinic, Swea City, Feb. 27- All farmers and others interested in corn production are invited to attend this corn clinic at 1:30 p.m. at Swea City High School. Dean Barnes will be the speaker, covering corn management, fertility and weed and insect control. This meeting is in cooperation with Cliff Van Berkum, Vocational Ag Instructor, Swea City. Dairy Management Meeting, Feb. 28 - All D.H.I.A. members and any interested dairymen are invited to attend a Dairy Herd Management Workshop at 8 p.m. at the Extension meeting room in Algona. Don Voelker, Extension Dairy Specialist from Iowa State University, will be present. Beef Cow-Calf school at Milford, March 4-11-18-BeefCow- Calf School for northwest Iowa counties will be held at Milford. Cattlemen can enroll for the three-day school by contacting Doyle Gorden, Dickinson County Extension Director at Spirit Lake, or your local county Extension director. The school will run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. The school will cover six areas of concern to beef cow herd owners. On March 4, Bob deBaca, ISU Extension Livestock Specialist, will discuss herd selection and breeding and Bill Turner, Area Extension Farm Management Specialist, will discuss economic considerations of the beef cow herd. March 11, Frank Schaller, ISU Extension Agronomist, will dis- cuss feed and forage while Nelson Gay, ISU Extension Livestock Specialist, wil] discuss herd nutrition and management. The final day, March 18, herd health will be discussed by ISU Extension Veterinarian John Herrick and housing and handling facilities will be discussed by ISU Extension Ag Engineer Harvey Hirning. The three-day school is sponsored by ISU Cooperative Extension Service and the county extension councils in northwest Iowa. According to 1966 records there were 8,101 beef cows in Kossuth county. MEMOS FROM MARGARET Electric Housewares - especially small electrical kitchen equipment - is being featured in many stores now. The Electric Housewares manufacturers had their spring showing in Chicago last month and many new and interesting changes were seen. "Versatility with convenience" - that's the spring forecast for the heat-producing group of electric housewares in your kitchen. From fry pans and coffee makers to toaster sand warming trays, new improvements are occurring. The new electric fry pans come in squared or round shape with two serving handles. Some come with a colorful porcelain finish on the outside which makes serving on the dining or buffet table more appropriate. A fry pan with a high dome cover lets you cook roasts and whole chickens as well as the usual frying jobs. Others come with su, built-in brpiler, inside the cover!' ' ,'_'"_ " In the care corner, more manufacturers than ever are using a hard-based Teflon or other nonstick finish that makes cleaning easy, but less touchy. Coffeemakers are going modern in care. Some are completely immersible for more thorough cleaning. To "sweeten" coffee makers with interiors other than aluminum do this once a month add 11/2 teaspoons baking soda to each six cups of water making enough of this solution to make a full pot and boil for a short time. To clean an aluminum coffee maker use one tablespoon cream of tartar for each two cups of water. Versatility takes a new twist in toasters. A radiant heat control adjusts itself automatically to fit the moisture content of the bread whether it is fresh, day old, or frozen bread. The new slim line style is trimmer for easier storage. Whether you are in the market for a new portable electrical appliance or want to know how to take care of the ones you have there is a new series of bulletins available from the Extension Office. Ask for-Electric House- wares - How to Choose and Use; Electric Housewares - Heat- Producing Appliances; Electric Housewares - Motor Driven, othir nodels it the ri<bt prici with tenures to lit e»er» li(urin( need *Simple-To-Operate *1Q Key & Full Keyboard *R«peat Key *Tot«l/Sub«Total Control Upper De» Meines Pwb. Co. Ill E. Call St. Algona, Iowa Steal Roasts, Radio, Safe At Fenton The grade school and Fenton Motor Co. were broken into by thieves sometime during the night last Wednesday. Food, $3 in cash and a radio valued at $60 were taken from the buildings. A pry bar was used to open a rear door on the west side of the school building. Once inside, the culprits went into the lunch room where they stole a 20-pound turkey and three beef roasts, weighing 4-5 pounds. A GE. transistor radio was stolen from another room, and it is probable a search of the building took place. A south door was forced at the garage and the cash register was pried open. The $3 was taken, along with a small safe, which was taken from the building. It contained nothing but business papers. It was recovered from a ditch a short distance northwest of the town. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood investigated the thefts. Ringsted Ladies Issue Challenge In Basketball FENTON - The Band Mothers of Sentral school met Monday evening at the school. It was decided to serve the Tuloma supper March 4, and the junior- senior banquet in April. The Ringsted ladles have challenged the Sentral ladies to a basketball game to be held April 1 at the Sentral gym. The men of the Sentral faculty will play the Fenton men's team the same evening and the proceeds will go to the fund for the new band uniforms for the Sentral band. Twenty members of the band that participated in the North Central Iowa Bandmaster's festival at Mason City Saturday, played their songs for the band mothers. The next meeting will be March 11 and all members are urged to attend. - o Mrs. Robert Huskamp held a quilting party at her home Thursday. The quilts were made for Lutheran Relief. Those sewing were 'Mrs. Milford Mitchell/Mrs. Ernest ->Berkland, Mrs. Melvin Berkland, Mrs. John Finnestad, Mrs. Wm. Wiener, Mrs. Morris Mitchell, Mrs. Oscar Sorenson, Mrs. Shirley Zumach, Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs. Gerald Cody. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Merlin Wegener home. Fifty-three students from the 6th, 7th and 8th grades of Sentral participated in the 12th annual North Central Iowa Bandmaster's invitational grade music festival at Mason City, Saturday, Feb. 17. The results were as follows: 33 superior or blue ribbon ratings, 17 excellent or red ribbon ratings, and 3 good or white ribbon ratings. Warren Jones is grade school instrumental instructor. Stoebers At Hardware Meet Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber of the Stoeber Hardware in Fenton have recently returned from Minneapolis where they attended the 55th Annual Convention and Stockholder's meeting of the OUR OWN Hardware Company. The OUR OWN Hardware Company is owned exclusively by the retail dealers it serves. Mr. and Mrs. Stoeber are partners with over 645 other' retailers in a 10-state area. Grass Fire Algona firemen were called to extinguish a grass fire along highway 169, north of the Chrome station north of Algona about 12:30 p. m. Saturday, There was no damage reported. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Ftnton, Iowa Experit nctd Embalmers and Funeral Dirtctori Reliable 24 Hour Ambulant* Sirvlte Funeral May it Referred To Ui With Confidence Phentf FfNTON 119,379* RINOSTIP |ft«.1QOe 1*4-1001 FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF FENTON, IOWA JANUARY 1. 1967 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1967 MUNICIPAL RECEIPTS Tax Revenue from County 1932.21 4550.74 3758.56 3068.89 1-18184 General Street Public Safety Sanitation Recreation ... Debt Service (Except Utilities) Trust and Agency (Except Utilities) TOTAL RECEIPTS ... Other Receipts 1040.28 rra ir, State- Federal Receipts 4308.67 338632 Tot.il 2970 I!) 88o!i II 5221.50 3078.80 1481.84 338(3.32 410,03 18605.<in 1I1S3 44 4038.53 25427.46 FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF FENTON. IOWA JANUARY 1, 1!)S7 THROUGH DECEMBER 31. 1967 MUNICIPAL DISBURSEMENTS General Street Public Safety Sanitation Recreation Debt Service (Except Utilities) Trust and Agency (Except Utilities) TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS .. Salaries & Wages 1194.50 1153.77 1275.09 1016.26 202.32 Other 973.79 5303.41 2937.86 1171.45 364 86 410.03 Principal & Interest 3202.50 Total 2168.29 6457.18 4212.93 2187.71 587.18 3202.50 410.03 4841 94 11161 40 3202.50 19205.84 RECONCILIATION OF MUNICIPAL FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1. 1967 THROUGH DECEMBER 3), 1967 (Does Not Include Utilities) Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance. January I, 1967 $17,088.98 Plus: Receipts for year ending December 31. 1967 25,427.48 Total to account for 42,516.44 Less: Disbursements for year ending December 31. 1967 19,205.84 Warrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, December 31, 1967 Plus: Warrants Outstanding at December 31. 1967 23,310.60 Depository Cash Balance, December 31. 1P67 ..$23,310.60 REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS JANUARY 1, 1967 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1967 (Utilities Excluded) Indebtedness Redeemed Indebtedness At During At Jan. 1. 1967 Year Dec. 31. 1967 Bonds: General $9.000.00 3.000.00 6,000.00 Total $9,000.00 3.000.00 6,000.00 REPORT OF UTILITIES INDEBTEDNESS JANUARY 1, 1907 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1967 Indebtedness Redeemed Indebtedness At During At Jan. 1. 1907 Year Dec. 31. 1967 Elci-lrii- Utility: Bond: Revenue Total 1000.00 1000.00 14.000.00 14,000.00 UTILITIES FUND TRANSACTIONS JANUARY 1, 1!)B7 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1967 ,„ Waterworks Wan-nuts Issuing Officer's Book Balance, January 1, 1907 $16,610.14 Plus; Receipts lor year ending December 31. 1967 .' 6,541.29 Total to account for __ 23,160.43 Less: Expenditures for year ending December 31, 1967 9,716.54 « arrant Issuing Officer's Book Balance, December 31, 19G7 13,443.89 Depository Cash Balance, December 31, 19G7 $13,443.89 UTILITIES FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE TOWN OF FENTON, IOWA JANUARY 1, 1967 THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 1967 Receipts: Waterworks Sales ... $ 5,766.85 Non-operating Revenue: Property taxes _. 2650 Merchandise Sales 18455 Interest Income _ . " 40000 Other I.".'..'.'.''."."'"." 163J39 Total Receipts $ 6,541.29 Disbursements: Plant Operation $ 4,978.76 Plant Maintenance 825 45 Accounting and Collection " 143'47 Debt Service " 175000 Merchandise Sales "" '2B4 83 Miscellaneous i Sjn'24 Srlcs T;ix to State "I"""~~II"II".~".~..~;iII"III li)3.79 TutiiJ Dii-bursemcnts $ 9,716.54 COMPLETE TELEVISION VIEWING >l- 7 CHANNELS (PLUS P.M. RADIO) NO CONVERTER - NO ANTENNA FOR INFORMATION: ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES 616 DIAGNOL - ALGONA, IA. FOR FREE TRIAL CALL 295-3215 SMORGASBORD SUNDAY Serving from 11:30 A.M. to 1 P.M. Breaded Pork Chops Roast Turkey and Dressing i Roast Beef Complete Dinner -Choice of Salad and Desserts All you can eat — $1.50 per person, children under 3 years, free. FENTON CAFE FENTON, IOWA 0 Don't Delay! pelco FGlCO Stop in at once and book your chemicals you will need this spring. Some of these chemicals are in very short supply and we will not be able to reorder later. We have a complete stock at this time and the prices are right on RAMROD - RANDOX DIAZINON - BUX 10 AMEBEN - TREFLAN HEPTICHLOR - ISOTOX Also we would like your order booked on GRASS SEEDS AND ON SOYBEAN AND OAT SEED so we will have your seed at the time you will need them. We will be able to supply you with Anhydrous Ammonia this Spring. FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR

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