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: Powdering on the Aonot &f the SJinta Ana-Anaheim postcard and the cupping and comment on weather I mentioned last week, I wonder If it might have come from O. J. Stephenson—or possi- by Caroline Hall. So much for my "Sherlock Holmes" routine! * •• * * It seems people can grow-tited of celebrities and, such was the case of Rodney Totter, relative of Audrey Totter of tho movies. He has so many professional relatives, he decided to go into something very different. 1 , He is a plumber, a very good one, and was working at the home of Mr. find Mrs, Stanley'Miller, of Costa Mesa. Calif., when Minnie and • Adrian Sterling were visiting them. Mrs. iMiller is the .former Jeanette,- Sterling. The Sterlings enjoyed.; their visit .very much but JoWil looked so good to them! 1 California isi too dry, monotonous and crowded. • • : »..'< * I have mentioned a 'former teacher, Charlotte Sweeney, (Mrs. H. L.' Sedgwick) who Is now widowed and lives at Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge. I think you will find a letter of hers 16 Yarda Kelson Ellis, Hartford, Conn., interesting, Jan. 11, 1961—My dear Yarda: After: 5? yeari there comes back td me a birthday greetings I Wrote to you, then a deaf, sweet little girl;of ten years, I hope these years have been like bright and shining stars. And what have they been to me, now an old lady,'86? I've read and re-read this greeting. Then there were rio birthday cards printed :and highly decorated. These years have brought many .changes—a home like I am living in is one. 1, am happy here and associate with many fine folk. There is Mrs. E. J. Murtagh I so enjoy. The nearly 'eight years I spent in Algona were happy ones. Then'I spent six years teaching in Minneappl-- is. I had decided to go on to school and do supervision in pri- " HOME LOANS - Low Cost to Build - PURCHASE OR REFINANCE your PRESENT LOAN. Principal and inter. est plus your, taxes and property Insurance can be ; combined' into one easy payment like rent. Come see us before you build or buy. Perhaps your present payments are too high?. MAKE THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS NOW - See your material dealer or contractor, our Association has r a very ' special plan for handling loans to help you. ; , , ; Write or call on Federal Savings & Ltian Ass'n 'ALGONA 1 (Since 1917) IOWA Savings & Investments — Accounts Insured to $10.000 BYF. S. L.I. C. Making your city i better place to live, work ind raise a family- the result of« GROWING Savings and loan business SALTY REMARKS Rub your griddle with a tiny salt-bag instead of grease; pancakes never stick or smoke. TIP IN TIME Summer's sizzle isn't as distant as we think! Don't , let July catch you with your hair down and temper steaming. Get the facts about gas cooling- heating systems now! May is just the right month to have a modern gas central system installed ... to air condition your home in Summer, warm it perfectly in Winter. Costs so much less than you've.imagined... makes living so much nicer! Talk with your local gas company or gas heating contractor. APPLE JIFFY Mrs. R. V. Humphreys, of Jowa, mixes 2 } / 2 cups peeled, chopped apples with % cup sugar, !/2 tsp, salt and % tsp. cinnamon, spreads it evenly in a greased 9" square cake pan. Then she prepares % packaged white cake mix and pours batter on top of apple mixture; bakes as directed, in a 350-degree gas oven, 30 to 35 minutes. Cake is inverted at once when done; comes out wearing its own tasty topping! LOOKS LIKE YOU Note to June brides (and their mothers): Your dinnerware pattern should be "just your cup of tea"—ideal for your personality and your future life. Very wise place to start "shopping": the museum, instead of a store! You see the art of different cultures, sense china traditions that live through the years. Today isn't quite so important as Tomorrow, :when selecting a service for a lifetime! Find one that speaks to your heart. BEEFY SUGGESTION Mrs. Harry Lund of Minneapolis, ) Minn., thinks uniformham-. burgers are smart for company serving. (So do I!) She adds seasonings to ground beef, then makes a big roll— just like icebox cookies, only larger. Hamburgers come out of the gas refrigerator all ready for slicing. Look mighty nice, in the pan and on the plate! BABY YOUR FEET News travels! Lady from New Mexico received our column from a Marshalltown, Iowa, relative; sent us this footsaver. A round serving-tray will hold Baby's frequent necessities — oil, lotion, powder, cotton, pins, etc. Then they're always in one place when you need them. Reminds me, T once saw an old-fashioned wardrobe repainted and remodeled for Baby's room. All those "cubbyhole" shelves and drawers held different togs and helpers, THE GENTLE GIANT Nearly 80 percent of America's 53 million homes are perved by gas. This wonder fuel heats more homes than do all other fuels combined ... cooks food in more kitchens... heats water for more baths. Follow the leader — for more convenience at less cost! To make your daily comforts greater, and your cares smaller, Northern Natural Gas Company supplies fuel to your local gas company who supplies it to you, © Northern Natural Gqi Company, Omaha, Nfbraika grade teaching. Hint summer, 1911, I had five weeks of primary method in summer school. My last week was afc Ot- turnwa. 1 was home at Comanche fbr A week. When I told where 1 would, be going 1. was told Ottumwa was where Bert .Sedgwiek hhd just built a home, Where he .and his mother lived. Arid ' -the frierid adde/J, "You know Bert always like'd you." Well, I hadn't seen Bert since we 'Were both 19. Now he was man grown and a passenger engineer on the .CB & Q RR. I went to Ottumwa, met Bert after 19 years.' We erijoyed each other and I went back to Minneapolis to teach. Two years later we were married and had 42 years of a very happy married life. I never taught school after I was married but 1 gave the best 1 knew to Sunday . School teaching. One 6f the joys that comes to me is hearing of a pupil I loved in school. I loved to teach. God Bless you." * * * ' "Old age" has many compensations and one of them is being a member of the Kossuth County Society. I' attended • the banquet May 1st at the Country Club and a fine meeting it was, attended by 250 persons. It was nice seeing so. many old friends.' The Barber Shoppers, Glen Graham, Dr. Harris, Ed Sindelar and Eugene Hutchins, were enjoyea very much and Chet Schoby Was a fine M.C. • » * Beulah Richardson called here a short time ago and pronounced my- viblets in excellent condition. They are blooming profusely. • '» * I received three May baskets —one from Mrs. Jerry Lewis Sunday School class, one from Jenhelee Hutchison and one from the Paul OstWinkle children. Thank you again, donors. The Hutchison basket pulled a switch 4—a nice little bar of good smelling soap decorated with a perky pink bow. 1 * » » Calling Marg Dahl for news, 1 was greeted with, 'I'll bet you don't know 1 what I am doing." Confessing to ignorance, she replied, ."Making May baskets,'' which broyght a big laugh, remembering the time years ago we made such .elaborate baskets for her daughter, Shirley 'Vinson Pratt to pass among her friends. Boy! Did we make two humdingers, then had to restrain our artistic efforts to the less decorative but more quickly-fashioned baskets. * « * Lizzie Post is making an Afghan of multi-colored- yarn left over from various knitting projects. She is making it in strips and will then fasten them together. I believe it was Evalyn .McDougall who mentioned a boy.'s sweater made of yarn-lofti,overs top and how big it went over with the lad. So .much so, his prother wanted one like it. Mentioning this to Dorothy McKim, a nurse here, she proved she cnpws her Bible for she remarked, "a Joseph's coat." Yea verily. * « Contents of the Algona Public library were swelled when Har- Hutchins sold his home and moved into a small apartment. He- donated a fine collection of books which I am sure wiil he of very ;ood use, • * * Lee Hopkins came with Claude White to make a few calls here ;he other clay and dropped in o chat with rne. Lee and I shared a double seat in high school years ago, he Obligingly pushed no in a big swing at the Cy Wards one time at a class party and for several years has been a leighbor. I enjoyed the chat. » » Sigrid Kohlhaas also was a cal- er. Another day Abner and Blanche Long, Davenport, were iere and with them were Nona ind Max Miller. The Longs were house guests of the Millers a ;ew days and also of Hazel Lusby the second half of their yis- ,t here. It is always good to see them. + • » Fred Tiede has been visited by liis daughter, Mrs. John Spaulding, Midland, Mich., who flew here to spend a few. days. He is a resident at G. S. # » » Another May basket from Ric- Ici and Rex Post who explained it "is belated because we knew you and Gram were gone to the Historical banquet". Bless 'em! I recently learned Lizzie is another lemon and orange tree grower and the orange tree has one product turning color ana some blossoms. » * * When I read the list of Baptist ministers, the first one, William Leggett rang a bell. I believe he married my grandmother Margaret Heckart and grandfather Thomas Henderson. 1 have the license among my keepsakes and some day will get it out and see. • » » It was an interesting coincidence when Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Baker, Tacoma, Wash., met here recently, the Wards visiting Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle and Bakers' visiting Mrs. Hortense Ferguson. The couples live just two blocks apart and neither knew the other was vacationing in Iowa .and Algona. The Wards are cousins of Mrs,. Slagle and Mr. Baker is a nephew of Mrs. Ferguson. What makes it additionally interesting i^ that Mrs. Ward, nee Delia Norton, Mrs. Milton Norton, nee Nell Waters, and Mrs. Slagle, nee Millie Sherman, taught school here a number of years ago. The Nortons are not related, however. The women had ft fine-time covering old times. The Wards parked their trailer at the Slagle farm and the Bakers parked in the trailer court. * * * * - • . • Marie Hawcoft and het siSlet Bess' Hopkins paid me a visit tne other day. For once we didn't get off on the subject "diamonds" which we love and all covet: a gem of about four carats! Take heed Santa Claus! • * *,*••..'. 1 was blad id have 1 a chat with Drusilla MertZj brief though it was, when we met at an eatirig place Thursday evening. She is here visiting with her brother? in-law iand sister, Mr, and. Mrs] Andrew Hansen, arid said the other brother-in-law^ and sistejr, Mr. and Mrs. Alvirt Karr, &61 Mars, were to join the family Sunday, May 7. It is hard to b|< lieve Drusilla is a grandmother} she; looks so young. , r' 1 ,! ' I * * • * ' '• .,-':: The finale of the Abne* Long's", visit here was a get-to-gether 'im the visitors and the "Three Mus 1 -; kateers." Dinner together and: the rest of the evening in my parlor. And plans were made for a near-future joining them 'at Davenport. :; * * + Carol Shore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Shore, has -an interesting summer ahead of her. Shortly after coming home from Cedar Falls where she is enrolled at the State Teachers College, she will leave for Sunnyside Camp near Des Koines/ a Pfoj- ect which is arranged for handicapped children. Completion of the camp will not be' attained until June 17th as there has been a little delay. This camp is made possible through the sales of Christmas' Seals. . * ' « « • ; Since this is the season, how about this? Parson—"Do you know the parables?" Johnny— "Yes sir." Parson—"And which do you like the best?" Johnny— "The one where somebody loafs and fishes." , Burt News Mrs Al Hinckley spent from Friday until Sunday with her daughter, Judy, at Indianola attending Mom's weekend at Alpha Chi Omega house. Mr Hinckley and Duane went to Indianola Sunday and she accompanied them back to Burt. Elsie Lockwood went to > Arnolds Park Wednesday where she spent the night with her sister and husband, the Lester Bon- nstetters. On Thursday, Mrs Lockwood and Mrs Bpnstetter went to Akron for a visit at tht home of Mrs Lpckwood's daughter, Mrs Arnold Clark. Mrs Glenn Hutzell, former Burt resident now of Wickenberg,' Ariz., is visiting with friends"in Burt •andMaihity; -••" Mrs Emma Collihspn of Gro- ville, Cal. is a guest in the homt of Etta Holdren. INJURED Glen Hall of Sidney was pain- ully injured recently when the dead top part of a tree he was removing fell over on him. He- had several broken ribs and a collar bone cracked on both sides of his chest, also a deep cut ihrpugh his lower lip and across :iis chin. 41 YEAftS Mrs. Edith Burroughs will retire this spring after 41 years of teaching first grade in the Tipton schools. Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A special meeting of the. Board •ot Trustees of tlie Algona Municipal Utilities was held In the City Hall, City of Algona, la., April 28, 1901, at 12:00 o clock noon. Present Were: Allen K. Buchanan, O. B. Harmes, Melvln Bay, T. James Palmer, Supt.. R. W. Strohmeyer, representing Buell & Winter Eng. Co., Sioux City. la., and Ira Kohl, Sec. The meeting was called to discuss engineering services on an Intercon 1 nocllon of lines between the Alffona Municipal Utilities and the Iowa Electric Light & Power Co. Then there wns a motion by Bny, seconded by Hnrmes, that Bucll & Winter Eng. Co., be authorized to proceed with engineering services on the proposed interconnection of lines to be located approximately one-half (14) mile north of the present temporary connection along highway No. 18. north and cast of the city of Algona. Motion carried, nil voting "Aye" /S/ Ira Kohl Secretary /S/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meetings the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held In the City Hall, City of Algona, la.. May 1, 1901. at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Present Were: Allen Buchanan, O. B. Harmes, T. James Palmer. Supt., and Ira Kohl, Sec. Absent was: Melvin ,Bay. The minutes of the meeting of April 18th and 2<lth were read and approved. Motion by Buchanan, seconded by Harmes, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, voting "Aye", Buchanan and Harmes. Voting "Nay", none. Motion carried. LIGHT FUND C. M. St. P. & P. H.R. Co., freight „ _.: $ 40.3(1 Sinclair Ret. Co., fuel oil 840.81 Commodity Stab. Serv. USDA, maps 13.50 Payroll, payroll . :.. 2,078.91 Milton Bilyeu, labor — 202.30 Mervin Hentges, labor 140.3(1 Wilbur Bruner. labor 124.60 Harvey Peglow, labor 112.04 Barrel Robinson, Inbor 121.57 Iowa State Bank, Withholding 'tax . 355.110 Soe. Sec. Fund, soc. sec. tax ._ 234.43 Blue Cross, Ins. premium 50.70 Diesel Ser. Co., fuel oil & supp. 1,586.00 North Cen. Pub. Serv. Co., Gas 7,073.68 U. S. Rubber Co., supp. 104.55 General Elec. Supp. Co., supp. 8.1U Ind. Towel & Uniform Serv. service 14.50 Cook's Scrap Iron & Metal, . Repairs 3.70 Algona Machine Shop, repairs 5.34 The Algona Ins. Agency, Ins. premium 1,590.84 The Sherwin-Williams Co., mdse. t 207.25 (Cook's Welder's Supply, supp. 7.40 Norton Machine Works, repairs ' 6.77 Greenberg Auto Supp. supp. _. 3.83 Burmeister Elec. Co. supp. 700.15 Elec. Materials Co., supp. 1,247.25 Northland Elec. Supp. Co.. supp. 538.24 Schneider Elec. Co., supp. 122.40 Iowa Elec. Supp. Co., supp. — 51.3!) Graybai Elec. Co., supp. 12.34 Slog-Fort Dodge Co., supp. 1.33 Wagner D-X Serv., gas 74.18 Kossuth Motor Co., serv. and Repairs r_, 4.54 North Iowa Dir. Ser. Inc., supp. 14.79 Cullen Hardware, supp. 3.53 Don Bocken Supp. Co., supp. . 49.74 Hutzell's, supp. 3.30 Iowa-.AsS,,of Mun. Utilities, ri- „ — .1 - ., - A'dvance Pub. Co., Pub. 1 Upper DCS Molnes Pub. Co., Adv. - - 47.04 KLGA Radio Inc. adv. 39.60 ^lem Erlander, serv 90.00 V. W. Bell Tele. Co., serv. 60.37 Petty Cash, misc. - 25.99 Duncan's Garden Center, supp. 48.90 WATER FUND Payroll, payroll - 378.46 Walter Peterson, labor 160.96 Maurice Krebsbach, labor 111.05 Iowa State Bank, Withholding tax — 54.10 Soc. Sec. Fund, soc. sec. tax __ 37.68 Blue Cross, Ins. premium 11.55 Wallace & Tiernan Inc., supp. 57.50 McKesson & Robbins, supp. — 40.50 The Sherwin-Williams Co., mdse. —L - 8.45 Can You In Time? Don't let fiulry brakei jeopirdlu th» nfoty of your family . . .Stop in today lor QUALITY BRAKE SERVICE. WE'VE JUST INSTALLED A COMPLETE AMMCO BRAKE SHOP — WE CAN CORRECT YOUR BRAKE PROBLEMS. BONDED 1 INSPECTION I SPECIAL AND UP '13.95 INSTALLED FREE Brak«« • Upatk Front Wh«*l Biarlngt • hapwt Bfakt lining* • top** Brad* Row* • Add N*c*«Mry fluid • Work Pont by Exp*rft inngi 99c Complete Brali. Job with BONOW POWER BRAKE WNINO 25,000 Mile Guarantee Turn Drum* AK Shoes to Fit Drum Perfedty Rebuild Wheel CyBndea ftwtvr* Bleed Hydraulic SysM* • Add Hydraulic FMd As Needed • Imped Wheel Bearing* • EepackrTront Wheel Bearings • Ad|vtt Fro* Wheel Bearing* • Inspect Crease Seah • Inspect Emergency Brake $32.35 and *» WAGNER D-X SERVICE 304 N. Jones Algona CY 4-2806 Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain R*« Ywk, N. Y. (Speelal) — For the first time science baa found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and lelieva pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. thorough that iuffereri mad* astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem I" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance U now available in tuppofttorv or *tntwi«nt lorn under the name Pr«p»r«tw» H9. At mil Arnm j ^^» ^^ ^W^lp Neptune Meter Co., sunp. Lctghton Supp. Co., supp. 2,572.52 Norton Machine Works, Repairs .1 .. 2.00 L. S. Muckey, supp. 1.07 Slog-Fort. Dodge Co., supp. — 17.35 Wagner D-X Sorv., gns 2H.2-I Greenberg Auto Supp., supp. - 3.20 Frederick Hnfdwnre, mlsc 3,2!) North town Dlr. Ser., Inc. service 10.50 Petty.Cash. misc. — 7.7H Duncan'* Garden Center, Supplies - 37.50 DEPOSIT FUND Mrs. Sarah Lnlller ct nl refund $ 50.00 A resolution approving nn investment of funds, in the nmoilnt of 850,000.00, from the Light Fund Into U.S. Treasury Bonds, was passed and adopted. Next meeting date wns set for May 15, IBBl, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Meeting adjourned. /S/ Ira Kohl Secretary /S/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Board IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOBSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE of WILLIAM VEIT, deceased Probnte No. 78114 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR AUTHORITY TO SELL REAL ESTATE TO: PROPOOATION OF THE FAITH SOCIETY, Sioux Cliv, town, and TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM VEIT, DECEASED, and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You and each of you are hereby notified that there Is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, the petition of B. V. Greteman, Executor of the estate of William Volt, deceased, asking that he be authorized to sell the following described real estate situated In Kossuth Countv, Iowa lo-wlt: The North Fifty-two and eight- tenths feet (N B2.8 ft.) of Lots Nine and Ten (0 & 10) in Block Six (0) of Call and Smart's Addition to ' Algona, Iowa at'private ' sale to one Elizabeth J. Degen of Algona, Iowa for the sum of $10,500.00, payable $1,000.00 down and the balance In cash upon approval of title arid delivery of deed and not more than sixty (GO) days after the 10th day of May, 1.061, with possession to be given on or before June .1, 11)81, said sale to be at private sale and to be made for the purpose of procuring funds to pay specific bequests, debts, taxes and costs of administration, provided that after due notice and hearing no higher or belter offer be received and that in the event a bettor or higher offer bo received ,this Executor be authorized to sell to the person making the best and highest offer under the same terms and conditions. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS. YOU ARE REFERRED TO THE PETITION NOW ON FILE. You are further notified that the hearing on snid petition will be had at the Court House in Algono, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the 24th day of May, 1061, at 2 o'clock p.m. of said day, at which time and place you may appear and show cause' if any you have, why an Order should. not, be entered as prayed, and at which.time and place any other person Interested in said real estate may make a higher and better bid for said real estate. B. V. Greteman, Executor of the estate of William Veil, deceased. Thursday, Mtiy 18, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Mdlnea-3 FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance and Air Charter Algona CY 4-3731 Burt Phone 233 when Hail ruins your crops i ' Be safe — insure, your crop income with Farmers Mutual Hail. You pay'ho more, yet you get much more — 30 trained fleldmen arid 100 adjusters to assure prompt payment of claims — fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at. ho extra cost. Call your agent or write today. 6 N. Dodge Algona CY 4-4443 2323 GRAND " DES MOINES, IOWA IMPALA CONVERTIBLE Here's top-down going at its breezy best. And, like all five Chevy ; Jmpalas,, it's available with Super Sport features* that set it apart from anything else on the road. 'Optional at extra cost, as i complete kit. Sports car spice never came in so many varieties. .. Chevrolet! Maybe you're a fellow with more or less normal driving habits who's looking for a change of pace. Or maybe you're a red-hot sports car buff. Either way, you'll find the fastest relief for that tantalizing itch in your driving foot at your Chevrolet dealer's One-Stop Shopping Center. He's got cars that run the sporting gamut like no others—nimble Corvair Monzas (2- or 4-door), charged-up Impala Super Sports (in five different body styles) and the kingpin of production sports cars, the Corvette. You can take your choice without ' chasing all over town. They're all stablemates under the same roof! CHEVY CORVAIR MONZA CLUB COUPE Nestle behind the wheel in one of those bucket front seats and see what Corvair's rear-engine design has done for driving. Steering that responds to the subtlest hint. Braking that brings yen to precise even* keel stops. Traction that dings like a CORVETTE It's the goingest machine) in America. Pure-bred sports car performance —the likes of which only the most elite (and expensive) foreign-built jobs could claim before Corvette began stealing their thunder in open competition. See (he new Chevrolet* at yottr local authorized Chevrolet dealer's KOSSUTH 108 S. HALL ALGONA, IOWA U CY 4-3554 »i:—fcr I,

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