The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 9, 1962 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 9, 1962
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;' "f • f Is WedDecJ HOTE8 OF SERVICE MEN _ WOMEN Wehton's town council recently ( * °? a " fte w to**" when an all Wbmen administration toolf over ruBWng of the municipal gov ^ *«B^mi-womeni,aaminis* «««un was'elected vVwheH there ware no -regular",«offlnlatl6ns filed.j and all offices- were", 'filled 'by ' write-in votes. i State fiank it SeMtMty State' Bank .11 official depository for Municipal FUh<N .Allocation of funds resol. was adopi- ea. < Wage sealers tabled. _Authorized\Clty, Clerk to adv^ttnc "" ^1962 at 8;00 p.m. fof.the ^^^g.*»d let""*. 4 of Council Minutes Hood sang. Richard 'Kirsch and Bwight Priederes were acolytes ' ' .,, Don Krause, matron ?^ ton °r.;and.Mrs. ,Dick Wilhe mi, jfmtr a SM Wlth ' 1Vyda J dSfi Junior bridesmaid J was Debra .arswRrtuss s-sasaw?* 1 * 3 Richard ' • • riit nt At<a, xex. i i 2 1 an , Lewis . a Lakota Consol- lated.high school graduate, attended Parsons College, Fairffeld. LACKLAND APB, Tex. - Air- "asic James A. Braun, son and Mrs. Ray C. Braun, - Route 1, Algona,'Iowa, is beiite,assigned to the Air Force technical training course for met- Sifsss specialists at Cha " who has -.. _.--««»..»« MINUTES The City Counolli met Jan. 2, 1862 for its organizational meeting' i« M? CIer . k gave the Oath of Office »» yor ele °f Dr . Cftmefon C. 'Shlerk r , 1) ™ayor mve oath of office to. Counte?i n *! el «*i Muckey, Elbert. proved- ap P° lntmonl s were ap- Clty blerR - Davia Smith iSeell Buchanan OPFlCIAt PUBLlCATIOtT . I ». ^'lowing is a list of disbursements of the Kossuth County Boaid of Educatfoii for the calendar nncl fiscal:;ye|r JflBt in- comelfafliie'rtvni Chapter 273.13, SeetWm 1, 1964'Cdfle o Iowa as amended bx, the 57lh, Gdftei .1 Assembly.- ' v *• ' \ tuireau of Edupational Rcsea«h, tests «17.18 California Test Bureau, tests _. 27(57 Children's Record Reviews, curriculum lab .. J OM Clark & Clark, printing .. _"~ 25 00 ' ISM) 1.00 Dave SrlLJ 1 ?""!? r ~ Hov . ^ni^?» £l°, 7 em T; William Firtn Police Chief — Al Bookelman bride wore a peau de sole dver ° tion. The bodice hite e Fife Chief — Ira Kohl » Health Officer — Dr.' Roonev D City Cle'fk - Nancy Sands om , m .', -* Jess ; Lashbrook' o 81 ?," 0 , 11 •Qommtttee. <- D. fel «? lm i ani ™ re; c o u «ney no\.i Zoning Comm. — Max Bartholpmew & Mr. Hovey Atfvance Publishing Company. publications „.:" .^ . ' $ American Association of Mentfll Deficiency, pamphlet , ,l. American Library Association, prof, book _, 21 25 Associatlbn for supervision & Curriculum Development, subscriptioh , j 1400 Bancroft Register, publication . Ill na W. H. Bartlett, board meeting „ H 57 Bel-Mort Films, visual aids ... 850 Ben Franklin's supplies 350 Lewis Bishop, mileage t j._ 694 II Lewis Bishop, salary ......;..„» 4,522 25 Blue Cross .: ^ 13200 R. R. Bowker Co., curriculum ' lab. ± 2 on Bureau of DentaVSyViine, ' ' health supplies Dept. of Rural subscription . ^ Educational Record SnicsT curriculum lab. „ . htluoalors Progress Service, "" curriculum lab. •\ids atC Housc ' Ir| CM~ VisunT'" "en ron Piibilshers"pror"book™" c-deral Withholding Tax " r iillar & Chambers', office supplies Folk-It Publishing Co" curriculum lab. I-rederlck Hardware, otilce " supplies _. Garner Printing & Publishing" Co.. printing spec. ed. forms . Gnrrnrd Press, tests _ Hammond & Stephens, off fee" supplies t Hatfield Dup. Co., offiJe"suppilis W«';roiirt Brace & World, tests Hedrlck Bros., office supplies Hutzell s, office supplies foughton Mifrlin Co., tests"" lown State Teachers College, consultant service Iowa Association of County"" Superintendents, prof material owa Employment ""Security Commission _. owa Public Employeei'Refirc"- m»,,f System. 1.30 4.00 60.56 Junior Librortes, subscription . Keystone Envelope Co., office sl| PPHes 30.38 Fidelia Klllsholm, mileage 808.84 Fidelia Kiilsholm, salary 4,264.00 54.40 2.0$ 60.00 10.00 3.D8 B. nn 904-1 o nB 20.75 j 7? in no 1057 17.04 823 30736 7021 noon ' 15 On Kllplo. office supplies .^""". Know Publications, Inc.. p^of. C. R. Krantz, "board meeting"! Florence Larson, school exhibit M 7,',TS tla *, s °n, office supplies Nat'l Council Teachers of ¥ng- llsh, subscription „ „ «20 I Co > lncl1 Teachers ot Math, subscription 70 n Nat'l Eduction Association, visual aids _. 1 7 20 North Iowa Directory Service." maps • Ohio State Unlvers"ity""vlsuai" aids ,.__..__ ; „ onnft Panama Carbon Co., office r.suPP'les — LBO D. R. Potter, mileage -. i lo<)B2 R. Potter, salary ~~'~ 6 28!) 30 - ..ill.Sound Films, visual aids 31>4 Prentice-Hall, prof, books „ . 5 oi) Art Prlebe, board meetings ...I 2fi'.B2 A. M, Quintard, 'mileage 30J)'78 A - M. Quintard, salafy .. I"II" 5,027'.10 Railway Express Agency, trans^ portatlon charge 4 49 Ready-Mix Concrete, exhibit""" supplies 304 Ribbon & Carbon "Suppfy'co""" office supplies __..:__ GO 74 School Science & Math"":"" subscription ........... t . B0 n Science Research Associates^ " tests ^ ]QY I*. SL°j-h?? r ss n 'nn fc"co:;iesU"::: 62.10 January 9, 1962 Afgena (la.) Upper D«* MoJrtes-3 So ,f. lc '.v for Visual Education, visiial aids ... fl nn State Historical Societv"""-""* subscription _ on n W. W Sullivan, postmnsfe'r:::: 317 "S Orvllle Thorcson, board "M.IU meetings „,- Annabellc Tlelv.. salary ." 21% Tmpke Electric, equipment" " repair ^ icnn University of Ch"lcn"g"o"p"res"s"" curriculum lab. ... ...... 4|30 Visual Education 'consultmils,' 13 '" ' visual aids •> n . Theo. Wnllentlne. board " meetings 17.00 Western PsycholoRlcal Services, . tests ____ ...... "• W- Wilson Co.. pVo'fVboo'ks":: Wolfe of Shcboygan. aiix. supplies n.» glmn Wolter. nnlary":""::""a.4inm World Book Co.. tests ........ >.- Mm TOTAL EXPENDITURES $35.530 77 27 ?9fl]" VCCl f ° 1 ' Publlca » l< >". December W'. H. Bartlett President Kossuth County Board of Education A. M. Qulntard Fvoeullvp Secretary Kossuth County Board of Education ,was , fashioned £ an e , n ?, pire effect waistline, « ^^-« e 7 es> i The "Wrt'toftiup« a modified princess front oanW "° d . swept!back-into a roundld Cathedral train.' The back of ffl skirt was prnfamented 'within oboe sash ,and rose. Her bouffant veil of imported ! silk English, bridal illusion.'. was attached' to 'a double crown of crystals in a scalloped design. The attendants wore-red brocade ' " - r theLiadvfl nced course on " kb *•*• .-* •• • The airman is a graduate of Al-' gona high school. •.." Memphis, ', TenH. — 'Nicki' D Aha ~ vih""""""^'' w ? atlk> T»?l n ? n X ^ vicei "an -Second f'Approved rule's & order*) C1HSS. USN son nf TtTr onrf i^rw^ I JKcsoL nrinntnn ri^^t^^,,^^.^ i f _ * /* W«» \li lf^.1 t CtilU ; atfSt Homer R. 'Clark of 331 N; '~ ' ' vv« ,' — •• Vayne Smith, board meeting ' 3331 Is Change-of-Life Making You Only Half a Woman? M.Toe f»n««, loo tired to be d real companion to your hulbandt Special women'! medicine can relieve without suffering! "hot flashes'-, weakness, mmttiim* OI £ *&?$^J&*S* ...ttM you can enjoy lift fully .gain! aSinldSiwflSSSbSd^ffl Has change-of-llfe left you weak from druggists. See how fast yr— nervous so you feel "half" alive? can feel " M woman" again l. Lydla Pinkham's Compound can relieve both tense feelings and Pny slc 2? distress I In doctor's tests with Pinkham's "hot flashes" ou ams o ases subsided. Nervousness was calmed. Then most women can go "smiling" through "change-oMife SLEEP I HOURS-WAKE UP TIRED ? When due to staple Iron-de- flolency anemia, take Plnkham Tablets. Iron-rioh, they start to strengthen your blood In 1 day I COMPLETE CLOSING OUT s' Whittemor Finn, . .^ - mgton st., Algona,;Iowa, recently re-enhsted, under the Navy's iSe .,,*****'. w**cawi uieases. A receptidn was held, in the afternoon at the AJgona Hotel; feosts and hostesses were Mr. and : : Mrs. Elmer Dole, Mr^ and Mrsi ;C10 m McEvoy, Mr. and Mrs. Tim 0'- and Mrs. ftay J TAm •- o (STAR) program fdlnd is sclieduf- , . iBnen and Mr. Schilmoeller. ? rlde fa a 'graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy in Algoha and for the past three years has been employed at the .Security State . _The bridegroom is a graduate of Presentation Academy at Whittemore T and is a "student at Creighton University at- Omaha Mtfter a short wedding trip, to Minneapolis, the couple is at home at Omaha r j ; •-.••.• advanced Training _ School; at "the 'Naval 'Air Technical-Training Center, Memphis, .Tehn.,.; , .-'y. SDtlring the j 3$4eek; jcouilse he will-receive instruction fin administration, r e 1 a't'e d mathematics, physics, electricity and electronics, basic navigation, operation and maintenance ,of r operational flight trainers, radio aids and other 'training' devices. units f s i i Dec.30, Local Church j Patricia Anne Ward became the b.ride of Raymond G. Bilsborough in a ceremony Saturday after noon, Dec. 30, in First Cohgrega tional church here. The brlde^is a. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Ward and the bridegroom is a son of Mrs, Bertha Bijsborough and the late Floyd' Bilsborough, fll of Algona. i, Rev. James Boyd officiated at Jhe ceremony. Mrs. Fred Geigel was organist and Kim Deal, solo- ISt* The bride was attended by Margaret Heerdt and best man was the bride's brother; Kehdell Ward of Des Moines. Charles Paxson and Orlan Ott ushered. ; The bride wore "a* gOWn of embroidered silk organza combined with lace. Her, shoulder length veil fell from a white top crescent crown and her flowers were a bouquet of white carnations and roses. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in Fellowship hall of the church; Dora Ward, sister-in-law of the bride, cut the cake; Joyce Lappe, sister of the groom, and Mrs,- Qrlan ott, poured. Hostesses were Mrs. Celia Deal, Mrs. Hazel Liis, by and Mrs. Millie Slagle. Mrs; ~ 1 -'- Wallukait kept the guest Named Officer; ,MMM , Word has been received that Mr' A, H, Jtejvelly^ ;for;ner,, AJgop? banker, has accepted a position las Executive Vice President and Rational — • ——T *<.T ;~r- —,*5.—!Kr Tr~»f t> 1962^7 M?.' lyn was formerly Vice President of the Security State Bank of AJgona. ; ,: ,. .'',/: •. . . • ' i. -.'- ; '-- i «.)'" : •'(:•..• j v - .-•• . Cars that ,ran a^ay, n with no driver behind the wheel'—killed 30''people,vln, the TUaited' States last year. targe^Stoek of :.'' REPLACEMENT j PARTS j| JlQnHand • ... Prompt Service At Alj ?Times i 12:3fiSHARP *,J^!^««^^ JANUARY 16 MURPHY LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Phone CY 4-4326 Algona, la AUCTION ... As x ^ve decided to quit farming, I will sell at Public Auction at he farm located 3 miles West, 1 mile North, 1% West of Humboldt- l mile South, IV* West of Rutland; or 4 miles East, turn left to. dead-end road froin Gilmore City. , January 16-12:30 p.m. 12:30 SHARP s. 1960 IHC 560 TRACTOR, U>T6 r POWER STEERING, 800 HOURS, WINTERIZED, FLUID IN TIRES, IN LIKE^ NEW ^CONDITION. 1939 F-20 Tractor, chains; Heat r, hy d . puni p, wfn , er | zerf , goo „, af]{ * ,0 x for 560; 2 se,s wheel we/ghfs, JD 5 /„. Hyd. cylinder with hoses l£t 70 - HEAD OF STOCK AND FEEDER CATTLE ABOUT 25 FEEDER PIGS -f-The bride teaches at East high school in Des Moines and the bridegroom is employed by the AJgona Community school system. TJie ooupje will make their hom<j in Algona. t SENECA NEWS Mr, and tfra. OJaf Oftedahl h»4 their children and families home tbroygh Christmas vacations, -m and Mrs. Holgw Peterson qf, A}QBQ vis{te4 Christmas at the o| hjs- brother, the Alfred terseni. Mr, and Mrs. James Qsborn fanOJy 9! Minneapolis spent Christmas hoUday? with his the Charles Psborns. . Marl«) Larsen are „„ v MACHINERY _ WD AI)is Chalmers Tractor; Farmall H McpeerlngTractorjAllls Chalmers mounted 4-row cultivator; McCor. njjck D eerlng moi|I j ted cu , tivatori 2 . row . Blacj£ Hawk 4 row r .Wooa^s, singleww corn picker; Aljis Chalmers com picker, 2-row; - ~"jrs combine; 3-15 ft. discs; two 4-section drags; 3-bottom ick Peering plowj 2 McCormick Deering Z-bottom 14" plows.,....,-;, *•" 3-bottom 14" plow; Potato Plow; New Holland baler; Nearljr,new manure spreader; McCormick Deering manure loader and " 10W ^^£L^1 c - fe . nce '-; 7.«. McCormick Deering raower ; 7 -ft. ^a^roower; McCormick Deering binder, 8-ft., with canvas; 2-row lo^PWjndg,ite seeder, box and running gear; 3-section spring, ..section John Deere rotary hoe; Lime spreader; 2 fiat bed hay, 4 flare boxes and running gears; steel wagon; 2 sandwich ele- .t 8 ' Jh0| 'V n ? Jj8< * 8IMl 36> ft< hoist: McCormick Deering and small grinder; one ring rower. fradley sprayer, near new? buzz sa w with 3 blades; McCullic 28" chain saw; about 60 steel pQstsj hand drill and bits; steel cutter- 6 air compreisers w «h motors; pump j,ck and motor; feed bunk- 4 steel tnajghsj grab hw* h.,y fork; Urge emery wheel and several InTal wesi severs) newj?veners; several new Inner tubes; 2 oil drums; 3 or 4 " " e 8 Mni * e vewl car wheels; 2 tool chests; several etc.; % oil burners and one coal stove; A lot of many 1959 2 M-H BICKER WITH GREASE BANK, 560 MDTS. MASSEY-HARRIS 60 COMBINE, PTO, 7 FT HEADER NEW HOLLAND NO. 78 BALER, PTO, 3 Yrs. Old 6-ROW CASE ROTARY HOE 4-ROW JOHN DEERE CULTIVATOR, RUBBER GAUGE WHS JOHN DEERE 4-14 PLOW, TRIP BOTTOMS IHC 14 FT. TANDEM DISC, 1959 IHC 450 4 ROW CORN PLANTER, FERTILIZER ATTACHMENTS, DISC OPENERS, 1960 MELROSE 7-SECT. PORTABLE HARROW -. 2-M IHC CORN PICKER, F-20 MTS. JOHN DEERE 10 FT. FIELD CULT. IHC 3-14 BOTTOM PLOW, HYD. LIFT IHC NO. 200 MANURE SPREADER IHC 4-BAR SIDE RAKE IHC 15-FT. DISC UTILITY 4 x 8 FT. HY-GAUGE STEEL TANK WITH 9 BUILT-IN HOG WATERERS WATER WAGON WITH 500 GAL. TANK JOHNSON BOTTLE GAS TANK HEATER 73 - HEAD HOGS - 73 WHITE AND BIACK POLAND GILTS TO FARROW APRIL 5, BRED TO YORK BOAR 43 - HEAD FALL PIGS FIED r«t°° BALES SEC °NP CUTTING ALFALFA HAY, SOME STRAW 2 - JOHN DEERE 953 RUNNING GEARS, 6-TON HOISTS AND 6 X 12 BARGE BOXES, LIKE NEW ANTHONY RUNNING GEAR WITH 6X11 STEEL BOX FARMER'S FRIEND 46 FT. ELEVATOR FARMER'S FRIEND 36 FT. ELEVATOR IHC ENDGATE SEEDER, NEW WESTERN LAND ROLLER, 15 FT. 2 ~~ FEED 1 T AHAMMER MIUS WITH TRA VELING PORTABLE HOG CHUTE ON RUBBER TOX-A-WICK CATTLE OILER WITH TANK 1 - SMALL ROAD GRADER BUILDINGS 2-14 FT. WALK-IN FEEDERS,- 2 - 16 FT. FEED BUNKS- i - 12 Hor^nnc^' ' ~ 4 x 16 HAY B "NK; 2 - 8 x 20 FT. PORTABLE HOG HOUSES; I - 12 x 18 FT. PORTABLE HOG HOUSE- 1-10 Hor uLc? R o ABlE H ° G H ° USE; ! ~ 10 x l2 FT " PORTABLE HOG HOUSE; 2 - STEEL TANKS. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS i, bprp Dec, $, She weigh_ poun4s and nine ounces, Iparenta are Mj, and Mrs. il Lwsen of Algona mi " Busch of Bancroft. Ml ?»• N» Property To Be Removed Until Settled For Not Responsible for Accidents. FRANK DE CROOTE, Owner „ SURE TO PLAN An4*rM B 4 Trust & Savings, Clerk TERMS-' CASH. No property to be removed until settled for - not responsible f« r qw id« n * ROMAN AREND IPIK AND WEST, Auetionetn IQWA ST4T|

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