The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1961 · Page 5
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Team Is Second Dr. C, C. Shlerk, (salary D. A. Smith, salary — pwa State HanK, \V,.H. tax ... Afrwell, Inc., rat coirtfol Blossom Ins. Agency, Iriaurancs City Clerk, •adva'neea casft .... it.- G. Buchanan, legal feeif .„* NW Boll TofjjiKone.Co,, sd'rvlca Dr.j:. C. snierk,' expose* . The Garfield.Boys 4-H basketball team, which took second place m the recent cqunty. tournament, is shown 'here. Union grabbed'the championship with a ; 32-26 win in the finals at Burr" Grant'woih the junior title with a 5.0-40. win over the Aggressive Lads: , . Members of the • Gat-field senior team are, left to right, front .row, Galen Metzger, Sidney Banwart, James Zaugg and Art Mogler, and .m back, left ;to right, Duane Metzger, Jack Schmidt, Kenrieth Traub, Ron -Ban\var>t and Gary Banwart, coach. Not pictured are Tom Helleseth, Richard Banwart, Terry Frieden and Art Banwart teadeiv (Extension Photo-UDM Engraving) ' Peer Places In Both Hurdles At State Meet A third and fourth placi finished by Gary Pqer in th hurdles events gave Algona a seventeenth place finish in th Class A indoor track champion ship at-Iowa City'Saturday after rioon. Cherokee took the titli with 24'/4 points, followed bj .Clarion and North Scott w4lh 2i points each. , Peer wound up fourth in tin 60 yard high hurdles' behind John Fletcher of 'Clarion, Rich ard Iverspn, Rockwell City, anc Bob Baker, Perry, and took third behind Fletcher .and Iverson ii the 60 yard lows. In the lattei race Peer traded spots with Bak er in the finish order.. : It was the first appearance o the new season for Coach Jirr Hershberger's team, wincn has had little opportiinity at. any real good workouts due to Hit weather: -The Bulldogs expect tt have a complete duel' meet sea son .as, Mrs, Hill And 3 Others Share Kegling Honors Top kegling honors at .Algomi Lanes were shared by four persons during the past week. Maxine Hill and Dolores Kiedel shared the top spot for women Mrs Hill posted a 545 series which included lines of 198 and 189 and Mrs Riedel had tlie t6j; single line, a 200. She also had u 184 and 511 scries. Cliff Ben- schotcr had lines o£ 208 and 'I'M on the way to a 027 scries unu Clayt Pittman had top single foj men, a 236. Other women over 160 wen Patty McGinnis 205, Mary Lou Studer 109, 198 (530 senes), La vonne Erdman 180, I'ran Strutton 103, Lucilc Slonikor 185, Gwen Egel 179, Eleanor Wagntu 179, Betty Detrick 191, Jackie Laing 183, Geraldine llowle> 181, 191, 192, Doris Gregory 176, Kay Voigt 193 and Jackie Kelly 188. Men over 210 were Joe Elbert 218, (602 series) Eugene Dimml 213 (609 series), Vern Shipler 210, 224 (600 series), Lael Root 211, Dick Wiese 211, Ron Hanson 214, Bill Koppen 226, Doyle Dailey 222, Bill Colwell 217, Art Schroeder 219, Jerry Ferris 214, Dick Sjogren 232 and Bud Licli- ter 221. Four Swea City Teachers Turn In Resignations Four teacher resignations have been accepted by ithe Swea City school board. They are Mrs. Dennis Newlin, kindergarten teacher; Mrs. Doris Lewis, third grade; Mrs. Wayne Jorgenson, second grade; and Mrs. Nancy Mcllravly, (sixth grade, Mrs. Duana Jenson has been hired to teach second grade. She was formerly at the Lakata school. plum Creek Elite The Plum Preek Elite 4-H club inlet at the home of Glcnnda and 1 Jpyce Gabrielson Mar. 11. Demonstrations were given by Beverly Witter, Jean Mescher, Jean Keith and Qlennda flabnel- so,n. Linda Gardner gav- u talk tjrjd Gl«nn(ia Gabrielson, and Peg IJpith gave a report. Guest mother was Mrs Roland Bode. Wtilty Boys 4«H The Wesley Buys 4-11 February mfte^ing wsjs held at the Robert Sbleueus .farm. Thu Ma^h meeting W*5 ht-ld at the liuroM Gattpjv ftti-m. Tom and Joel Gutton gave a demonstration. Notice COUNCIL MINUTES The city cBuhcTl met 'March 2D, 1D61 with Mayor Shlerk and the following Council members: Muckey, Whittemore, Haggard, Finn and Pclrce Absent: Elbert. Hearing was hold on a petition submitted by Mr. Oxley. No formal action was taken. •Kossuth Motor Go. having low bid for new truck was accepted. Beer permit granted to VFW, Hotel Algona and Moose Lodge. New tar kettle for the street dept. •tost Wirchased for 73S.OO. .. ^ AuthoMze City Clerk to send out bids M Wfckup. ' "' ' Advertise for sale vacated alleys Ih SUB'S3 0. P,'*t 81k., 430" CallS^Add; jQta. 418 ,was adopted, iaob.oo was set asltHf for Civil De- feftSlS bf th,fe Cities budget. " 112.50 208.67 19.10 fS.OO 83:03 •at 536.00 27.4$ 28.50 1. Lnshbroolv salary" .... ± 103.37 \. Pprgande,*- salary „ 162'.32 g. Framhach, salaty . lifl29 O. Burtls, salarjf , ., • 138,39 H. MetZert, salary ^ (__._ 127.69 D. Prew, salary „.. 142.8!) J. Metzen, labor 13.45 tow* State Bank, WH tax .. . 77.06 Max Helmers, haul snow -- -• I3.7S HutZeH's, office supplies' ..'.... 15.45 ti. S. .Muckey, repairs .: ^ 2.80 National Chcmaearch Corp, v MercHandlse ... 6840 NW Bp)l Telephone Co., Service 14.15 Cities service, gasoline ...'.'.»•.. 209.87 iNorton Machine Wks,, repairs _ 8:88 ' PUBLIC SAFfiTY Albpft BoekelrMan, sdlary 188.25 ?J Hutnhlson; salary 1'..'. 157.43 P. Jorgehson, salary ' 161 70 K. McBride, salary 14525' S'chwarzenbach, salary 148.07 f aulten, salary .L.—„— *_•.._* 153.07 J. Vplgf, salary 140.2B Ira Kohl, salary „ 20.00 Ralph Elbert, salary ___ 15.00 Ibwa State Bank, WH tax 109.00 Trtist & Agency, pension 12.51 Cities service, gasoline 106.30 Coast-tOrCoast, mdse., . :.. ' 4.90 General Electric Co., radio „„ 1,094.27 City Clerk, advanced cash 10.80 NW Bell Telephone, service 22.75 Kossuth Motor Co., truck check 2.49 E. M. Feld, mdse. 269.48 '" ' SANITATION Albert Baas, salary ...._.„.... 93.50 H. Leeck, salary—. __•_ 93.50 A. Courtney, salary :.____: 93.50 NW Bell Telephone, service ... 10.50 Algona Tree Service, trim trees 800.00 SEWER RENTAL Robert C. Lemkee, salary , 169.94 Fred G, Gronbach, salary 128.39 Iowa State Bank, W.H, tax 21.90 Iowa State Bank, interest 576.00 Algona Insurance Agency, Insurance —... i 5.83 O'Brien Manuf. Corp.j repairs and Postage 19.82 Kossuth Motor Co., repairs 4.56 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., Telephone service 11.85 Norton Machine Works, repairs 28.90 LeRoy Steinman, sewer rental refund 15.02 • PARKING METER Richard H. Groen, salary 171.57 Nancy Sands; salary :„..' 100.25 Doris J. Riley, salary 30.00 Iowa State Bank, W.H. tax 38.00 Trust and Agency Fund, Policemen's Pension .. NORTHWEST IOWA POTATO HEADQUARTERS DOES IT AGAIN TONS Red River Valley — Blue Tag — Certified Our warehouse is bulgog with newly delivered seed potatoes . ,. . you name it we have it ... 20 tons now on hand . . . no order TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE that we. can't take care of it. 0 RED PONTIACS © IRISH COBBLERS O BLISS TRIUMPHS ® RED WARBAS ® EARLY CHIOS ® NORLANDS © KENNEBECS $ ALSO SELECT EATING - POTATOES - EATING RED PONTIACS OR IRISH COBBLERS 50 «b. bag $1.29 10 Ib, bag 29C G|T YOURS TODAY ^^^HV ^^^ !Rnil- H^Pr • fjj^W ^^^P^W 9J^ ^w ^B^^^T ^JjjjF Wpi ^IP ^HBPr ^ijjtr ^W^fw^WP ^W WBP "Northwest lo,wa Pota.to , OPPORTUNITY ran PUBLIC 1,86 pofsorts tins ad»ised that' eon- on on U.S. 189, Kdusuth County, .loilVthe JUlJctlon U.S; 18 to Bllrt 18 osmg planned by the Iowa Siatc Hlgh- A &j • comitussiyu. . CbriefempJa.tad work ,:lli be oil present rfllUB U.d. UM. Wont principally consists ot i-lght-oi-woy and jnouiuai re^iuuina. Furiher details of i he work ate available In the 'cilice ol the Oiscnot tngineer, Iowa State -iigaWay Coimnlssidn, Mason City, id**!. Ally interested citizen from Al- O o»>a or iJUil atleoled by said 'route ..iay request that pUbtic hearing be Held reMKiCt'lng the proposed project Miil ecoiTbniic elieot of -such ptdjeot by delivering a written request to the iieanHfid jMiglneiir, Iowa otate Highway lummission, Ames, Iowa, -on or joiorc me inn dny ol April iSBi. In me bverii timi suun u rtqac-st is -re- ..siivcii, a luvitter notice or vlme and Vi<i>.e'oi ilie heailng will be published. L. M. Clauson, Chlet Engineer lowa Stale Highway. Cotomisslon (Published In the Algona (Iqty'd) Upper Jei i iviuinus Mar. 3u and April 8, ^ NOTICE OF. PROBATE OF, W,ILL . S'l'Aii UJ)' IOWA ".'"'-., ss IN DISTRICT COURT Kossuth County ""'.' i'<o. 7883 March Term, 1D61 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the'last Will ahd Testament or Mary Klrsch, Deceased, dated January •M, 1D53. having been this day flle'u, opened and'read', Moh'day the 17th dWy ot April, 1B61, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House' In Algona, Iowa,' 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 Inta^- ested are, hereby 1 notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why Instrument should not be probated and allowed as 'and for the last Will and Testament of . said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 5, 1961; Alma Pearson '*;:<'" Clerk of the District Court. (Published in the Algona (Iowa) Upp'er DCS IWoiries April 6, 1901) "' f FARM SALE CALENDAR Algeria Upper Dei Momei April 12, Wednesday "— Jim Rippentrop estate sale on farm M>-mile east 5 N. and V4 'W. of Titpnka, complete closing out of machinery, 34 head of calt^J, buildings and miscellaneous items. Quinn and DeVries, at|C- tioneers, I'ltonlva Savings Bank, clerk. Complete details m UD&l today. Nancy Weber Of Bancroft To Wed Ottosen News Mr , and Mrs Ronald Schultz and family ot Winnobago, Minn, were Easter guests at the Alfred! Sehullz home. Those-who attended the Twin Rivers home economics girls style show ; at Bode Wednesday from this community were Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Richard KiinsetH, Mrs Victor Meyer, Mrs Anna Lohgsoth, Mrs Mina Welir- spann and Mrs Olvin Haug. Mrs Russell Chism 'of West Bend spent Wednesday with her sister, ;Mrs Oliver Lee. Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Eldon, Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer and daughters, Mi- and Mrs Edgai Meyer and family of Algona and Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer and family were pot luck Easter dinner guests at the home of Mrs Anna Meyer and Elsie at Fenlon. Dr. and Mrs : Ralph Weber, Bancroft, announce the engagement and approaching • marriage of their daughter, Nancy, shown here, to Kermit Larson, son 01 Mr and Mrs Loren Larson, I*orl Dodge. Miss Weber is a graduate of Swea City Community schqpl and will be graduated in June from ' Wl^eaton college, Y^hea- ton, 111., with a major in literature. Larson is a graduate ol Fort Dodge high school'and is a junior in, the University of Iowa College of Business, Iowa City. Aii early summer wedding is planned. One doesn't need a garage for those little foreign cars — just the box they carne in. Thursday, April 6, 1961 Algona (la.) 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