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p(t' f.y.g K h v .) Upper Des MatflH Thursday, April 13, 1961 Outdoor Track %.-»/' *" • " ' ' Slate Tomorrow *-; , ,' ~ V • .; .' "Coach Jim Hershbenger's Al- gotia high school track team, despite the fact the area received snow earlier in the week, ds slated to'travel tbthe Pooahontas Relays tomorrow (Friday). It will mark the first outdoor medt of the season for ithe Bulldogs, who com- p^ted recently in the state indoor meet at Iowa City. The team has been working out for several weeks, but outdoor running has been limited. First cold weather made iit impossible, then'a show storm, followed by thick mud heild up real, basic Workouts, Hershberger will take an 18- man sqUad to Pocahontas, including 10 lettermeii from last year's team. They are Steve Milter, Gary Peer, Bob Percival, Bill Sigsbee, Dean Willrett amd olm Richardson, seniors; Bob Gerber, Junior; and Chuck Oberwetter. Bill Wetzel and Rich Hutching* feopho- fnoreS. Besides 'the 10 lebtermen, there are 36 track men on the roster, so far. •••••' Following a search for opposition andi the battle 'against the weather, Coach Hershberger and Athletic Director Howie Stephenson, amnounced this schedule:' April 15 —- Tomahawk Relays, Cherokee. " April ,18 ^- Triangular meet at Eagle Grove. April 21 — Eagle Grove Relays. April 28 — Spencer Relays. May 4 — EsitherviMe Relays. M a y 9 — Triangular meet at Clarion. May 12 — District meet. May 19 — North Central Conference Meet. May 27 — State Track Meet. Hershberger's prospects at the present are dimmed by the lack of competition againslt an oppon- et however, the Pocahontas meet Friday may iron oult some of the rough spots on the squad. Booster Banquet The third annual Garrigan high school Booster Club Banquet, with Ed Dancisak, scotfit for the Philadelphia Phillies, as featured speaker, will be held tonight (Thursday) ait Garrlgari high school ait 6;30 -p.m. John ^Taug ton, football coach and atWe director at St. Edmond high school, Ft, Dodge, will be master of ceremonies during the program;: ...'.,•-/,;.. .,'.-•,:".",,• .'^"^Us^ Garrig?nTrack Season Opens; At Poky Friday Garrigan high school's-track- men wound up third in a triangular meet at Carroll and failed to register a point in the annual Holstein Relays at. Holsitetn dur- ingjthe week, but the young Bears who >are beginning only their Second year on the cinders' promise to improve during the season: Coach Beanie Cooper announced Monday that he•; would take an 18-man squad to Pocahontas .for the annual Pocahontas Relays Friday (tomorrow). It wi'l give the Bears a chance to shoot at some schools more their own size — trade-wise, than, 'cl'uring -the past weekend. '< ' Kuemper won its own triangu lar ait Carroll with 67 points, followed by 59 for St. Edmond of Ft. Dodge and'SS ftp thfe SefflSf ..„_, although MlinS to plclTuj|r£ first place finish in 'arty .singte event* came throflgh With a fffiMof fee* ofuds And ft few &thef|pr<p£Sair Jhowiri'gs." " *--* > ** f 'The Reed twins torrlered quite a few of the jwimts/Bill'tjaa.for second in tKe 100 yaVa'dlgh'ahd copped second dn the jwoad^jUAip, while brother Bob' fdt'-ieebfia in the 220.' Richard McGuire took second in the "fftile. t , ,'',., CeRoy Heinem grabbed, third in the shot, John Murphy was fourth the 2k arid'the 880' rela?* team • i,. ••., .. ^ -i kj.*_1 > •* / , • o. - f - r'ltl the ,Words of Cdach Cfcoper "Things might just' be looking What You Should Do About Last Winter's Anti-Freeze! leading Auto Authorities Recommend Draining AND Replacement With Fresh Water and Rust Inhibitor for Summer Driving Here's What You SHOUL H « UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD ANTI-FREEZE SOLUTION REMAIN IN THE gH COOLING SYSTEM DURING THE SUMMER, as its deterioration will be much more rapid ||i under summer driving conditions. In order to maintain protection against corrosion, 1=3 drain the anti-freeze solution after one winter's use. REFERENCE: NAT'L BUREAU OF STANDARDS. NBS CIRCULAR 506. "Automotive Anti-freezes". U. S. Govt., Printing Office, Washington, 25, D. C. • For maintaining the best possible corrosion protection and cooling efficiency the year around: (1) Install a completely fresh filling of anti-freeze in the fall (2) Drain the solution in the Spring (3) Add a dosage of summer rust inhibitor to a fresh filling of water for warm weather driving. DCETDCIIflE'i AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING MATERIALS BOOK- If ClkllCillvEii LET. "Selection and Use of Engine Anti-Freezes". 1916 Race Road, Philadelphia 3, Pa. 6 DRAIN ANTI-FREEZE IN THE SPRING after freezing weather is past. Flush the sys- tern thoroughly and clean if necessary. Then install a fresh filling of summer rust inhibitor and water. REFERENCE: SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS MANUAL. "Maintenance of Automotive Engine Cooling Systems" 29 West 39th Street, New York 18. up. ________ " Former LuVerne Resident Dies; Funeral Today * * • - , 4 LuVerne ~-' -Funeral' t services will be held Thursday (today) in the Lutherah church at Ellsworth for Archie Sattford. 73, Of Ells worth with burial there. Mr Sari ford died Monday afternoon after a long illness. Surviving are his wife Ida, one son, Willard Sanford, ;Milac, Minn., three daughters, Mrs Walter (Kathleen) Kiel of traer. Mrs J. W. (Barbara)- Gehard of Hammond, Indiana, Mrs Carl (Geraldine) Wright of Rancho Cordova, Calif. Seven grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs Jess Lindebak of LuVerne and Mrs Arthur Hof of Humboldt, also survive. One brother and one sister preceded him in death. The Sanford family were longtime residents of LuVerne as he was a partner in the Sanford- Lindebak grain elevator here 40 years ago. AHS Sophs Tour 24 Local Firms Monday Night Monday evening might have aptly been tabbed 'visitation night in Algona. Tours through 24 Algona business places were completed by several groups 01 Algona high school students during the second annual sophomore Business Education tour. Chaperones on the tours were instructors from the school. Tours were ushered through the firms by employees "or owners who gave a short outlined their firm's tasks. Much .of the interest on the part of the students seemed to be in equipment and merchandising. One group, under Bill Dufrey, visited the Upper Des Moines office and printing plant. Students in the group included Bob Garms, Garry Kelley, Terry Brandow, Allan Holt, Kay Agena. Charyl Cook and Mike Wickliff. Other places visited by groups .'f students included Hopkins Super Service, Bjustrom Furniture, Security State Bank, Chris- chilles store, Bomgaars Variety, Frederick Hardware, Herbst R,eal Estate, Honsbruch Drug, Dau's Garage, Sharp's Jewelry, Zender's, Graham's, Advance, Home Federal, Sicg Co., Bell Telephone office, Druggists Mutual, Olsen Variety, Fareway store, S & L, Gambles, Iowa Slate Bank and Kossuth Motor Co. The tours were taken at 7:30, 8 and 8:30 p.m. and the students wound up at the high school Annex where Wes Bartlett talked on Algona and the'Industrial Development Commission. Lunch was furnished by the Chamber of Commerce. : Principal Elgin Allen and Don Kramer, Distributive Education instructor, planned the event.* Bears Vs. Mohawks Garrigan high school's Golden Bears failed to get a chance to play their opennig baseball game of the 1961 season, so, according to Coach Jim Geelan, they will give it another try this Saturday When they travel to Mason City for a meeting with the Mohawks. A game with Britt, scheduled Monday night, was cancelled due to the weather. To Prawn! Ploy „ "Mrs Meshing", an imaglrta* tive;iilay by Mary CMse, Will be presented Ifl the; AlgdM high school audltbrium ne*t Tuesday night. Tickets will bfe available at the school the flight of the 30$ Z-4 Cooling System Care ALWAYS PAYS -— PERCIVAL S. PHILLIPS ST. Phone CV 4-2471 Motors "LONG ON SERVICE" We Are Aw*herj?cd Dealer? for Z-4 Cooling System Preventative Maintenance System Condition Serious Murkic Greg, son of Mr and Mrs Gary Zwiefel, Wesley, was. taken to Park hosiptal at Mason City from the hospital at Britt this week. He is suffering with meningitis and pneumonia and his condition was reported serious Wednesday afternoon. Grandparents of the boy ar« Mr 8nd Mrs Glenn Zwiefel, Burt, and Mr arid Mrs Meindert \}\l-> mann, Titonka. STATE OP IOWA GENERAL ASSEMBLY HOUSE AN ACT RELATING TO THE INCOME, CORPORATION AND SALES TAX ttf- CLUDING THE DISTRIBUTION THEREOF AND MAKING A TRANSFER OF FUNDS FOR THE MANU' FACTURE OF REGISTRATION PLATES FOR MOTOR VEHICLES. BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF IOWA: Section 1. Seottori four hundred twenty-tWo point sixty-two ; (422.62), Code 1958, is amended by adding after the Word "treasurer"' in line six (6) a new sentence as follows:, "On the effective date of this Act, the .treasurer of staje shall transfer three hundred fifty .thousand (350,000) dollars to the board of control for the purpose of purchasing supplies and materials and for the cost of manufacture of motor vehicle registration plates at the prison industries," Sec. 2. Section four hundred twenty- two point sixty- two (422.62), Code 1958, is amended by striking from lines six (6) to fourteen (14), inclusive, all beginning with the Words "Ten percent" and ending with the. word "state" and inserting In lieu thereof the following: : . "The proceeds of the fees, taxes, interest and penalties collected under this chapter shall, for the first three quarters of each fiscal year, be credited monthly to the general fund. During the last quarter of each fiscal year an amount equal to ten percent of the net receipts collected under division IV of this chapter for the entire fiscal year shall be withdrawn from the proceeds collected during said last quarter and credited to the road use tax, fund created by section three hundred twelve point one (312.1) of the Code. The remainder shall be credited to the general fund." ,-••: Sec. 3. This Act being deemed of Immediate importance shall be in full force and effect from' and after its passage and publication in The Montezuma Republican, a newspaper published at Montezuma, Iowa, and in The Algona Upper Des Moines, a newspaper published at Algona, Iowa. HENRY C. NELSON Speaker o'f the House W. L. MQOTY President of the Senate I hereby certify that this bill originated in the HOuse and is known as House File 305. Fifty-ninth General Assembly. WILLIAM R. KENDRICK Chief Clerk of the House _ Approved April 5, 1961. NORMAN A. ERBE Governor (Published April 13, 1981, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines;) ORDINANCE NO. 418 ORDINANCE VACATING THE EAST AND • WEST ALLEY THROUGH BLOCK EIGHTY-SIX, ORIGINAL PLAT OF THE CITY OK ALGONA, IOWA. WHEREAS, a request has been received from all the adjoining property owners that the East • and West Alley through Block Eighty-Six (86), Original Plat of the City of Algona, Iowa be vacated, and WHEREAS, said request has been submitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Algona, Iowa, and said Commission has recommended that said alley be vacated, and WHEREAS, it is deemed to be in the best Interests of the City of Algona, Iowa that said alley be vacated. NOW, THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa as follows: Section 1. That all of the East and West Alley in Block Eighty-Six (86), Original Plat of the City of Algona. Iowa lying between the West line of Thorington Street and the East line of Hall Street be and the same is hereby vacated. Section 2. That the title and ownership of the said Alley above described and hereby vacated be retained in the City of Algona, Iowa subject to further disposition by the City of Algona, Iowa as authorized by law. Section 3. That this Ordinance, being deemed of immediate importance, shall ne in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by law. PASSED. ADOPTED and APPROVED this 29th day of March. 11)61. Dr. Cameron C. Shicrk, Mayor Approved: David A. Smith, City Clerk AUTHENTICATION The foregoing Ordinance No. 418 which was passed and adopted by the City Council and approved by the Mayor on the 20th day of March, A.D., 1D81 Is hereby duly authenticated. Dr. Cameron C. Shierk Mayor Attest: D. A. Smith City Clerk (SEAL, PATTERSON LAND AND LIVESTOCK COMPANY OF IOWA Notice ol Incorporation Pursuant to the provisions of Section 52 of the Iowa Business Corporation Act, the undersigned corporation does hereby publish the following notice of Incorporation thereof: 1. The name of the corporation Is Patterson Land and Livestock Company of Iowa, which is incorporated under Chapter 321 of the Laws of the Fifty-eighth General Assembly of the State of Iowa. •i. The Beginning of the corporate existence of the corporation was March 23, 1961. and the period of its duration is perpetual. 3. The purpose or purposes for which the corporation Is organized as stated in its Articles of Incorporation Is as follows. "The corporation shall have unlimited power to engage in, and to do any lawful act concerning any and all lawful businesses for which a corporation may be organized under the Iowa Business Corporation Act." 4 The aggregate number of shares which the corporation shall have authority to issue is 50.000 shares, each of the par value of $10.00. 5. The address of the registered office of the corporation Is 1814 North Podge Street, $gona, Kossuth County, Iowa, and the name of its registered agents at such address are Joe £. Lynch, Jr. and Joseph J. Straub. 8 The names and addresses of the directors of the corporation as designated w Its Art* 6 ' 6 * oi Incorporation George W. Patterson, Burt, Iowa Kenneth H. Patterson, Swea City, Iowa Donald W. Patterson, Burt, Iowa Virginia Appleyard, Burt. Iowa VWg *»ATTEBSQW LAND AND By: Dojiald W. Patterson, Secretary and Treasurer NOTICE! RUSCO WINDOW - R0QR - AWNINO DEALER - SHIP AVAlLA&lfc TP RIGHT PARTY- Interested partie? contort |. |, Ol$£N, JOHN* SON MQTfl, ALGONA, APIIR 1 P«M, THUBSBAY, APRIi, 13 or write HOME IMPROVEMENT, INC. 1500 Army te** *««"* n «i Des Moiiws, I9WSI u * ; ' ce. Featured -in the . Denny Waller, BUl Bourne, Pat^directof Is Ben b* Eug WtttkoM Fraser .^d Stoty Read E*V iiiiiia^^ Just I For Price Of A HAM SANDWICH you can run your TV set for over 35 full hours Your Electric Dollar 'Buys More Than Any Other Dollar You Spend I That's five full hours of TV viewing for every day in the week — a full week of TV — and all it costs you is the price of an ordinary ham sandwich! Electricity is one of the most economical thing| you buy. In fact, while many things have gone up in price, Electricity in Algona is still at the same low rates it was in 1948 — thirteen years ago. Electricity in Algona was a bargain then — and' it still is! Algona Municipal Utilities "A M U" MEANS YOU OWN IT iMiiiiiiiBiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitniiiiiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME FOR LESS at EAST, END GROC. Scotch Pine and ALL KINDS OF SPRUCE ALSO All Types of ROSE-BUSHES, FLOWERING SHRUBS, GRASS SEED, ONION SETS and PLANTS, and GARDEN SEEDS. ERS THIS IS WHAT YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR HERE THEY ARE! WHITE SPRUCE SCOTCH PINE NORWAY SPRUCE BLACKHILL SPRUCE FOR GROVES & WINDBREAKS — $ 4.95 9. I I 19.95 EACH FOR TWO FOR FIVE 4 Year Olds Grown In Northern Wisconsin Red River Valley— Blue Tag — Certified Seed Potatoes 8 KINDS IN STOCK letting Potatoes - Irish Cobblers 50 ib - bag $ li29 io Ib - bag 29c EAST END GROCERY I

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