The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1961 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1961
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(ftt.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, March 23,' 1961 WesleyanHas Art Exhibit In Minnesota Wesley — Cliff Carlson had a one man art exhibit at Albert Lea, Minn., Art Center, March, 14-21. He was asked to display his work in sculpture and art and had 12 exhibits of wood and stone sculpture on display. The Carlsons live on a farm in the Wesley area. School Notes Twenty-nine kindergarten pupils registered for next year in the Wesley building and 35 in Corwith. Parent-teacher conferences in all grades are scheduled for Thursday March 23. All Corwith-Wesley teachers plan to attend the North Central Teachers Association meeting in Spencer March 24. GEHL SELF-UNLOADER Infants Baptised Mr and Mrs Herman Bode accompanied their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Prohaska of Garner to Omaha Sunday to spend the day with their son and brother, Mark Bode and family.' Mr and Mrs Prohaska were sponsors at the baptism 'of the daughter born to the Mark Bodes March 5. The infant was named Mary Margaret. The baby gin corn to Mr and Mrs Maurice Laubenthal March 11 was baptieed Sunday in St, Joseph's Catholic Church and named Coleen Ann. Mrs Ernest Gales of St. Joe and Merle Laubenthal of Whitlemore were sponsors. Dinner guests in the Laubenthal home Were Mr and Mrs Ern- Mr and Mrs Merle and Mr and Mrs est Gales, Laubenlhal Mike Borman of St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Krieger and Diane of Mason City were afternoon callers. Kim Marie, who was born Mar. 10 to Mr and Mrs Al Loebig in Mercy hospital, Mason ,City, was baptized Sunday in St. Josephs Catholic Church by, Father Wil liam Phillips. Eugene Hanig an,( FCay Hilbert were sponsors. The girl born t6 M> and Mrs Franklin Bode March li will be baptized Sunday March 26, in St, Joseph's Catholic dhurcH by Fa* thei) William Phillips. She will be named Patricia Ellen.'Mr and Mrs Kenneth Haverly will be sponsors for their niece. Bodes now have a family of two sons and two daughters. Mrs Bode is the former Betty Kollasch, daughter of the Mr and Mrs Ray Kollasch. Mr and Mrs tt. E. Hemmingsen, accompanied by their daughter, Mrs Lee Hildebrant of Britt and their son-in-law and daughter, .Mr and Mrs C. J. Wilson of J Belmond attended funeral servi ces for a relative in Redfiela March 15. Mesdames Lael Root, Joe Goetz, Helen Johnson, Luke WITH FINGERTIP CONTROLS O Gehl'clutch and speed O Gehl metal parts are of controlsarehandy...atyour welded structural steel. fingertips. Cross conveyor Boxes are of fine-grain, tuns when you start PTO. specially treated, matched Beaters and box bed chains work together at a flip of the lumber. They're available with 2, 4 or 6-ft. sides. Stand- clutch. Change to any of ard length is 16 ft. Can be three unloading speeds or built shorter or longer to fife neutral- without using clutch., 'your needs. ' ^ O Positive front-roller chain drive sends a high- speed flow of forage or grain from box to blower. No slipping of the wide, ribbed rubber cross conveyor... ton-a-minute unloading. GEHL 102 yf/us OF stuv/ce STOP IN AND LOOK IT OVER JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT South of Algona Hotel CY 4-2421 Mr and Mrs Fred Thomas am sons are living for a time in an Al Loebig apartment till their house that was badly damaged by fire and smoke. March 14 is repaired. Men's Club Met Prairie Center Men with Jerry Fox, chairman, were in charge of a Methodist Men's meeting Mar. 16 in the local church. Mr and Mrs Carl Freck of Britt were guest speakers and showed color slides o' her recent trip to Norway and Denmark. She had made the trip with a brother from California and the two had visited relatives in Stavanger, Norway and other cities that were familiar to many men of Scandinavian descent who were present. Vole On Plans The 4th quarterly conference the Methodist church is scheduled for March 26 at 2 p.m. A congregational meeting to vote final approval of building plans is scheduled for April 2. Good Friday .services are to be held in the Evangelical Free Church. The Methodist Congre- lation will participate. Junior choir of the Methodist church will have a bake sale and serve coffee and doughnuts at Walker's store March 25. Mrs Marguerite Garner and Mrs Jim Camp and children of Algona spent Sunday afternoon with the Leon Gardners. Dr. Paul Warner of Wesley is song leader this week at _ the Spiritual .Inspiration services in ;he Evangelical Free Church of Britt. Rev. Axel Gummeson is minister of music. His wife is a daughter of Tom Nelsons ot ?lear Lake formerly of Wesley. The cemetery board will meet n the Farmers Elevator office April 4 at 7:30 p.m. Youngwirth, Helen Youngwirth Joe Krieps and Mary Fbrburger attended a county Democratic women's if ally March 14 at the Algona Country Club. Mrs Roy Kollasch and daughters, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Haverly and Mr and Mrs Dennis Haverly attended a shower in Whittemore Mfcrch 12 for Mary Walker. The Mesdames George Seaberg and Edna Wubben' will be hostesses to their missionary society March 29 at the Evangelical Free church. Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlsson and Mr and Mrs Lester Larson attended a district conference at the Oakdale Evangelical Free church nsar Meridan, March 1315. Rev. Carlsson is chairman of the district group of churches. Wssley Homemakers met at the Ralph Tjaden home March 21. Mrs Edna Wubben was assistant hostess. The Frank Johnsons, Elof'and Tony Pearsons, Stanley Simpsons, Ray Carlsons, Leonard .Larson and Mrs Anna- Hansen attended a family gathering March 12 near Hutchins honoring their cousins, Mr and Mrs Palmer Pearson on their 40th wedding anniversary. FARM SALE CALENDAR Alflbrtd Upper Dei Molnet March 27, Monday — Special sale of dairy cattle, brood' sows and stock cows at the Algona Livestock Market north of Algona on highway 169 at 1 p.m. Holstein, Angus and Hamps featured. Charles QUinn,' auctioneer. Sale details in today's ttDM. March 27, Monday — Complete closing out sale a mile south of Amboy, Minn., Nathan Jfolden, owner. Large list of machinery with sale to start at 1 p.m. Wedel and Clark, auctioneers, Security National Bank, Amboy, clerki Sale details in today's UDM. CDA Guest Night was held Sunday evening in the parish hall. A pot luck lunch was served at 7 p.m. and 500 was played. Dr. L. L. Pfeffer and Lou Lickteig won high and low for men and Mrs Pfeffer and Mrs Len Arndorfer for women. Eugene Hanig has been attending a Mercury school in St. Paul, Minnesota this week. He is employed in the Wesley Billiard Parlors. Mr and Mrs Ed Thissen and lamily of Waterloo were,Sunday guests in the parental Mrs Helen Johnson home. Joe Johnson returned to the Veteran hospital in' Des Moines. ie had spent two weeks with his mother Mrs Helen Johnson and other relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs John Hildman 'and 'amily took their son Eugene to Des Moines Sunday where they .vere guests in the Alf Hildman lome. Eugene then returned to "'ort Leonard Wood, Mo. follow- ng a 21-day furlough at home, witt STATE OF IOWA . _ . o •<•• i,' »• 8S -i.' 1N BlStMC* Kossuth County „,,.. No. 7877„' .'..MaWhjJJfertB. Iflfll TO, ALL WHOM W-MAY. CONCERN: YOU AR& HEREBY NOTIFIED, That ftn instrument of, writing purporting to be the- last Will and Testament ot Anna , L, Goetsch,, Deceased, dated November 21, 1952, '.having .been this day tiled, opened and. read, Monday the 3rd day c-f April, 1381, is .fixed for •hearing proof ot same at >the. Court House In Algona, lows, before the District Court of said County, or. the Clerk.of said Court! and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested Are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, it any they have, why Instru p. T, fcew. Mm. .,.—— 200.S? Ira Kohl. . .. . Ff. Dodoe Towel Safvica, Towels 3.SS R. J. Funk, Merchandise Reiner Helmers, Snow Removal - _... —jy have. ment should not be prob; ated and allowed as and tot the last Will and Testament of said deceased. March 21, Dated at Algona, Iowa, Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. Council Minutes _. i. rrew. aainry •»»> _„ „ F. W. Metttn, Salary .„.-. ,92.? low* StafS Banh, W. H. Tax . 145 Altfeiia Ini. Afleney, Add. Pfe- mlutrt — .„.».. 1876 BoMort) Uwbef, Supplies ... 68,21 Cullert Hardware^ SuppllM -,- $78 3.06 222.50 8.12 1.20 1530 14.52 63,99 318.71 69.30 8.05 4.62 25.88 6.20 .91 N. Central Comrru Radio Instal. ,60 Perclval Motors, Repalra ...- tv T. Prew, Expense* S-4 L Stores, Material ........ Arnold Motor Supply, Merchan* ' dise .i.....-^ . Barclay Co., .Welding Supplies Herman M, Brown Co., Repairs Cities Service Oil Co., Gasoline Eco Machine Co., Repairs ... Frederick Hardware, Merchandise Gibbj-Cook, Repairs Greenberg Auto, Repairs —-Hilton Super Service, Mer- chdndlse la. State H'wiy" Comm., S. Phillips St. Project 5,210.87 COUNCIL MINUTES •'.• The City Council met March 15, 1961 with Mayor Shlerk and the following council members: Muckey, Finn & Pelrce. Absent: Whittemore, Elbert & Haggard. Due to lack of a quorum the meeting was adlourrted to 5:00 P.M. Thursday March 16,. 1961. _ .' The City Council met March 16, 1961 with Mayor Shierk >and all members of he Council were present. Reading of the minutes were waived. Present contract for rat control was continued. •Petition requesting that all dogs within he City Limits be kept tied In home yards or under complete control of their owners was presented to the Council. The oquesf was tabled. City Clerk was authorized to send out bids for hew truck. Chief of Police was authorized to attend a three day school. . GENERAL Dr. C. C. Shlerk, Salary ____ D. A. Smith, Salary ________ Iowa State Bank, W. H. Tax . Advance Pub. Co., Publications Hutzell's, Supplies ... ....... Int. Conf. Bldg. Off., 1961 Paper -----------------Paul Johnson, -Dues ________ ' Klipto-Stoyles, Supplies _____ Koch Bros., Supplies ------Matt Parratt 8, Sons, Postage . UDM Pub. Co., Publications . Dr. C. C. Shierk, Expenses „ Dr. C. C. Shierk, Court Costs Feb. ...... . ............ STREET J. E. Lashbrook, Salary . ____ A. F. Pergande, Salary _____ R. E. Frambach, Salary _____ G. F. Burtis, Salary _____ ... R. W. Metzen, Salary _______ Kent Motor Co.. Repairs . Martin Oils, Fuel Oil Norton Machine, Repairs Perclval Motors, Repairs ' PUBLIC SAFETY A. Boekelman, Salary —-— E. W. Hutchison, Salary P. C. Jorgenson, Salary --— K. J. McBrlde, Salary Schwarzenbach, Salary E. Bulfen, .Salary -' J. A. Volgt, Salary Ira Kohl, Salary . Iowa State'Barik, W. H. Tax ... Trust & Agency, Pension Cities Service., Gasoline —... Greenberg Auto, Merchandise . vieenuviy rujiu, / Hutzell's, Supplie Jack's O. K. Tire Service, Recap 18.45 160,03 58.64 24.43 250.24 173.77 172.01 156.12 159.60 166.21 152.05 20.00 140.80 14.23 94.73 50.40 6.09 9.50 Stouffef Fir* Equi., John Chalorsn, Merchandise. . Cullen Hardware, Merchandise Norton Machine, Rope Culler) Hardware, MerchartdlsS N. Central Pub. Service, Natur * R. C, Lemkee. Salary ----- F. G. Groribaeh, Salary ..».,» Iowa State Bank, W. H. Tax . lowa-Des MOlnos Nat. Bank, Interest ....... - ---- .--Iowa State Bank, Interest . — Iowa-Dei Moines Nat, Bank; Interest . ----------- - — Iowa State Bank, Interest ., — Mrs. Randall, Interest ...... Iowa State Bank, Interest ... Botsford Lumber, Merchandise Cullen Hardware, Merchandise Frederick Hardware, Merchandise ------ :_.., ---- i ------ .• Inertol Inc., Merchandise ... Kossuth Oil, Oil .-_-.., ----Martin Oils, Fuel Oil .12.88 100.00 75.94 8.66 3,00 8.10 1.92 302.'00 3.64 ' 22.99 194.52 134.82 28.60 90.00 396.00 112.50 123.75 'i 33.75 101,29 1.99 3.96 1.26 44.12 7.75 112,34 PARKING METER R. H. Groen, Salary N. Sands, Salary D, J. Riley, Salary .... Iowa State Bank, W. H. Tax _ Trust & Agency Fund, Pension Hutzell's Cities Service, Gas — :>. D. Ludwlg, Repairs . Pratt Electric, Repairs ...... Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, March 21, 1961. 193.84 100.25 43.93 43.10 2.11 7.46 4.75 104.99 112.50 208.57 19.10 32.85 1.32 5.00 * 15.00 45.23 39.99 .91 -39.40 8.50 34.00 ALGONA THEATRE - ALGONA, IOWA CINEMA ARTS: 184.08 237.40 160.86 204.77 186.99 WEDNESDAY ONLY - MARCH 29 with a hew automatic OAS RANOB 'Receive a *50°o EASTER WARDROBE pf your choice from NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS THE FIRST INSTALLMENT OF REAL ESTATE AND PERSONAL PROPERTY WILL BECOME DELINQUENT ON APRIL Isfy THREE-FOURTH PERCENT PENALTY WILL BE ADDED FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL AND THREE-FOURTH PERCENT FOR EACH MONTH THEREAFTER AS PROVIDED BY LAW. i Taxpayers are advised to furnish the description of their property or bring in their old receipts with them. j • If it is not convenient to come to Algona, write to this office or contact your local bank. 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