The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1961 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1961
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Disposal Need Buri ~» The Burt eity council met Monday,evening. ,'Also pre- jWti werecjvtayor ^xNels' Nelson Ifld, City Engineer* ttdlph son. of $11,600 toMlrig-flscl year was « TWs iS th« 4 .«ri!6unt to be raised by taxation. The matter; of sewage dispdsal treatment presented- to the board Fridajf everting by- the> .Krusts Bri'gJneerlng Servicfr of Spencer was -discussed - to some length at Monday's meeting. The plan presented to the board w;as the juse of stabilize. . acttoft taken nighft. WAS ,to present the pMOpsed plarf^to tHe'sfete-' department for approval and upon their approv- ,-5>'l IS MEDALLION "I ,'• is a nationally recognized / •* ' , »'".". - '. . . v- v. ' 'I hallmark of electrical excellence ^ •"••''•• -"- ' - 'f , 7 in a home.' I I We Are Pleased To Aniiounce That ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES HAS BEEN AUTHORIZED TO ISSUE BRONZE or GOLD MEDALLION AWARDS TO QUALIFIED HOMES TO WHICH IT SUPPLIES ELECTRIC SERVICE. Another step forward for your Algona Municipal Utilities, which endeavors at all times to serve you with constant and uninterrupted electric service at rates that are among the lowest in Iowa. I I WATCH FOR MORE "MEDALLION NEWS" Algona Municipal Utilities AMU means You Own Iti ELECTRIC HEAT 1$ HERE W hi «J<J. aid, which 3d% ot Monday Deer, Pheasant Seasons Set D6W applications 1961 shotgun dcef will be, available 1 from County recorders, conservation. 'officers and the State Conservation Commissioa office in Des Moines, Aug. 21. Applications will not be accepted if post marked prior to that date. The license fee Is $10,00. ' Daily bag -limit one deer ( ' possession limit one deer, season limit one deer, Deer, of. any age or sex may be taken. Sfiotgurt season -". December I possession limit*, ,•> .< f 'j '<•'*>' „ Shotguns 'if* 10,4_, gauge with rifled slugs only- bow* -of -4ffip6tftd ptfll with bs#d <; Hea4 .aito will be permitted In taking dee?* Crossbows of any 'WteciraHleali operated,bows are prohibited. Shootiftg^'ttours — shotgiifi 8tOO v a.m.i;t6 4:00 p.m.) b atfeftfr — i&30 a.m. to -JS\ THe? number of perM : increased from Pheasants — Chinese,' .„„, kn or ringneek, November, liy J6l r is the opening date., the losing date = ,wiU : j,be, deteMined ^tet in Augfist/when,"|jdfml#» itlon, studies are completed,. y Special regulations will, be ptnforced on all GdWflManage '"•lent. Areas .Will b%' *"^*-—' year* to tf.OOO this year. Squirrels — Gray and fotf, Septeniber 16, 1961 to December 15, 1961, both dates inclusive.' Bag limit six. per day, possession limit-twelve. >. Hafebfts i- Cottontail and jack, September 1 16,"-1961 to February 18, 1962, both dates inclusive. Shooting hours 6.0%a,m ( ,to«$:00 and .from find'thWfc Mississippi River ''Chicago, Milwaukee Saul railroad tracks .. "Minnesota $tale^line»t6 ,uie aoum city limits';o*t>iven&of^^lll,be Open it' hoM''6f tfttf'day" MflffW- ing the close^of the^duclr season t or nooA T •N6vembei' ( ,/' 13ti"''l9§l whichever is i ,the'.'fater &rid)e > k- \endlng to midnight December M. issi. _,... , i : ' A M •', Six area boys ward re- lievw of a small - arsenal < (ifoe .S»fee|filiHS shftis afld a Supjslf of ball im*W caps) b^ local pelica officers fuss- day affsr a moterisl teporfid iMSy were shooiffif the pps aval's nearjhe Mrgrofltfds. ;The v ets, whkh pg^der 'ind sand in Japan and sold local- Theb~ibeys,, i w«e giV6n a wa/ftlftfjaffer" th^y; were ap"J prehended. (! , ; ^ shots, it type caps are illegal in the stale of Iowa. , ciif • litniis arid discovered ihs Bali inister _ Chureh , xiev. VY, fe. Cain faegiah A Winistry in the First Baptisi church in' Swea City, Suridayj "" ~ t " ) *" ' l v " t6 * 1 *' J " *' " "" HeV, He t «M H!£ Htflfifc <rrf<$ed' ihto the Baptist maftse Saturday, anc Ke'"delivered his first Sunday. Rev. Cain came'tb awea from, Palmyra, Njsb;. »'6^/Be also^had^a Check Ted Hilbert , was bound over to district court, by Justice Delia Welter following a prelimi hearing/ on alcharge ofrnft and utfeftflgll bihlf' this, w^fekt ' B6nd*ir was Set at $500 and was furnish' ed. IhformatioTi inl tfi# filed- 1?^ the. K & tt' Oil, Go. after Hilbert allegedly parsed >a cM@6k for $5 June 26, 1961. The fcharge was a' fourth! offense. •f'S 1 * ---- 4.. . ,*- 1"" - 3E.-^-J 1- flfeiJ.-. Jimj ney, -wa% ^fSffltia" Ihb fourth ..«igtf ^^icyioti' th^U gona ing. 4E»»:i«i!ffiBHWa5S i Hi!S^mjlUS With , r - , ,- sen is doflnected? with. Hutchison Hutchison/ * resigned-, ai\ war' swo*tf.)lfl} ai^the meeting held last night? fcte rtionth dayle Sunday '-frotrfn. 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