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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 16, 1962
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*^*tt, M. Wallace has returned " patie'nt. sfie Harold tlobson wtlt be hos« tess t& the Eight Specs card club v,Wednesday evening, '2f^y f| f^'^a-r'j '*/Mfai Edtfitf'SjiUtt Is recovering '**#?*& Wck.Injury Deceived in a fall at hef Home just before Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Humphrey and Mf;, and Mrs. Fred Schoby have returned from a twelve-day trip,to. "-•-' Jeanne Ann Prlderes was re- cenflyjhdnoret} at ' r pre-nuptiat shbwef fiv'en fit thl'KC fiail.PMz. ej3 were awarded to Mrs.. Carl Ernst, and Mrs. John Lcntsch. Shirley Thilges received the door prize. Plum Cfccf{ woman's Club met sday at the home of Mrs. /, The Birthday staff of Ke|$cah ,' lodge is meeting this evening •'(Tuesday) at >the home of Mrs '•', Betty (GfllWaith, l\fen'p P«rum tt the Congrega tiohal church are having a dinner meeting this evening (Tuesday) Raymond Reid fend Willard ler are in charge. antisms at the Presby- iMAl* ••• 1 ^««. T— ^^^.^ __ ft __ i* : Man 'church lyfere Jeffrey Scott, Sbtt of Mr.' and Mrs. James Edgington, and Terry Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Moore. • Baptisms'Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Debr Kay', daughter-of Mr. and Mrs Orville Thill, and Terrance Allen «on 'of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pfef fer. Women's Missionary Fellowship of the Regular Baptist 'church are meeting at 8 p.m. this evening at the church. Hostesses are Mrs. . Lela OaMtter. Sadie Hopkins had the opening number and the program was on Iowa authors and artists. The next meeting will be Feb. 14 at the home of Mrs. Glen GabrJclson at Sexton. Bel Canto music club will meet Jan. 24 at the home of Mrs. C. C. Shierk. Mrs. Richard Thoreson is co-hostess. The program, musical favorites, will be presented by Mrs. Fred Geigel, Mrs. Casey Loss and Mrs. Edsel Isaacson. There will be chorus practice following the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith returned Saturday from a visit since before the holidays with their son ta-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Larry Plummer at Tucson, Ariz Larry, injured In a chemical 'ex Present "Hafif V i '• -"'-, v had been tied tc & handle dn i Clipboard In th ""' He had al times iflf plosion last fall, sufficiently to be The Smiths also has recoveret back at work Visited forme fiuelah Richardson Schwabauer. and Mary Mrs. Dick Cowan -is at Olympia, Wash, where she is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr- and Mrs. Ray'Wolbridge and becom- dgonans, 'Rev. and Mrs. George, Vance at Tucson and Dr,- and Mrs W. D, Andrews at Albuquerque New Mexlcb. They also spent 'a week withers. Smith's sister anc husband,' Dr. jand-Mrs. Robert Sanchez at Albuquerque. Presbyterian Women's Circles Will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. as follows: Circle A, Mrs. Glen ing acquainted granddaughter. with' her first ~ Board members have >ecn sleeted for the' newly reorganized Presbyterian Men's Council Elected to three-year terms were Glenn Jones and Keith Christie; two years,.Burton Harmes and Andy T: Crawford; one year, William Marshall and Wesley Hardy. Council officers will be elected by the \ board members. Methodist Couples Club met 4 Sunday evening fifar a pot luck sup* per, Jhg committee in charge was Mr. and Mrs/ Howard Wohlers, ,- chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. JJm Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Mock and Mr. ahd.^Mrs. Fred" Williams. Mrs. Newton Coughenour was in charge of games and Willard Snustad'led group singing. . Strayer, hostess; Mrs. Kenneth jtrickler, Mrs. Russell Rentz, co- lostesses; program, Mrs. Joseph Skow; devotions, Mrs. Edna Mitchell. Circle B, Mrs: Fred Geigel, hostess; Mrs. Frank Geigel, Mrs. August SchmiafT ' c£hostesses; program, Mrs. A. E: JKresensky. Circle C, Mrs. William* Finn; hostess; Mrs., Frank Ostrunii ico-hos- tess; program, Mrs.i Myron Brower; devotions, Mrs. Don Hemmingsen. Circle D, Mrs. Al Agena, hostess; Mrs. Mable Lund, co-hostess program, Mrs. GJen Jones: deva tions, Mrs. Willard ^regson. Algonfl high' school's first all-school play, ''HarVey", a very* humorous story about a 6^6. Copt invisible rabbit, will be present-d ih'the high school auditorium this'Saturday, Jan. 20, beginning at 8 frnU fcotf Diggins Is director of the play. ,,;,.,,. Two of the 12-sMdent,cadt, Bob: Pratt, left, who portrays Elwood P Dowd, and Kay Agena,?right, who plays the part of Ruth Kelly, nurse, are shown hi-the'above-photo. . Other cast members are Dianne Malueg, Marilyn Skow, Betty Holt Vickl Steil, Bob Post, Jim Finn, Randy Harmes, Jan James, Bob Garm: and Dave Reid. Tickets ar,e now on sales at the school. (John Phillips Photo — UDM Engraying) - • May ffoms"' Minneapolis where gone surgery foi 1 cataracts. His body was found shortly af. ter i p.rh; Jan.; r By "his Brote, t'bbe Jutting, r wW pd*'iiif$t j ^ the farmyard to do (Shores, fee „„ last seen alive by his brother and sister-in-law, the Ubbe Jutting Sunday evening. -Dr. Snyder staS he thought.time^;-of rUtath' Wi about 6-8 -.m.'JiHi 8^.^.f,rf. ?V, Mr: Juttifi'g'wat.a^ba lived ^ith "his rtiothef Center antiT- her death two years ago. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Jutting, he was born Apr. 24, 1899 at Buffalo Center 'and-attended ichool there,IflMfotfed all-.KU f World"War"1 and member of be American, Legion at Buffalo Center. > * f' 1 •> • ' v Funeral services f6? Mr. JtJ . were held at 1'p.m. Thursday in 'offfied .church .with !_, GHf Burial; ceifo tome was i: _ by four §? rfflaH >.> k °, ta > .W>tei Plum Creek 4<>H *-- >es: aad toines, Creek -ioys^met at ;eT/ sehoolhouse ilrpot luek sup ___ ffpn was given by R6dn%- ffiatf- 1 mm, New record book' fillets were Jflssed out and the feed estimate budget was figured. Bob Johnson was also present at the meeting. U. if. families spet^d an 'average rf $19 ff'jiveefc for fooU Last year etail grocery stores invested nearly $5.00 per family in 'news* paper advertising, td help mov heir products from thefrishelve nto the fanllly 'larder. ' 389.33 178.40 4.90 a 4.!3 .."..._Lb$G3|16a.OU <8el!fetajV Of plitrlcft, do true and correct ittti -ri*Jj»* Bank -j i .- litre \], 2, „, ,., statMftent, OTMUI ryistrI6tff6r,th¥ VtfiAf fef ending December, 1881,, i * r . i , - Doriald H;.,Kraffler7, rweedlBg* petain- ancial'ttii's a the Board Oil, «._ p of Documents Syracuse University Thbmpson Diat>\Ca, 1$ ONE OF THESE PATTERNS YOURS? SPECIAL 3 E , SALE! Of MMta* f*v<)ritt Pstiem^ COMMUNITY* •UritC* WfeflPf Pieces, add to present Ht. Order no*| FARM SALE .CALENDAR Algona Upper DCS Moincs If you are planning a sale, our" sale service is at your command. This includes listing sheets, available at our office, free listing in this column and any layout help you may need in preparing the sale ad. Also, if sale is postponed we re-run the ad without charge under our weather insurance plan, Jan. 18, Thursday — Ernest & Paul Bluer complete closing out auction, on farm located 1 west, Vz north, 1 west, 1 north from Rodman, or 7 west, 1 south of Whittemore; or % east, 1 south, 1 west, I south from Cylinder. Arnold & Quinn, auctioneers, Iowa State Bank, West Bend, clerk Details today. Jan. 19, Friday — Donald Lammers sale, 6 east, 2 north, and Vi west of Graettinger. Includes 54 head Holstein and Jersey cattle machinery, etc. Bortvit & Clark' auctioneers; Graettinger State Bank, clerk. Details today. Jan. 22, Monday — Vernon Snyder sale, l mile north and ><> west of Ehnore. Livestock and machinery. Details today. Wedel & Clark auct. First National, Elmorei clerk. Jan. 23, Tuesday — Bob & D C Barringer sale, 14 north and 'ivi west of Emmetsburg. Includes 80 head cattle (Hereford), maehiti. ery, etc, Bortvit, Burns & Clark auctioneers; Graettinger State Bank, clerk, Listing in UDM today. Jan. M, \Vpdncsday — Jim Vipond sale, one mile south of Hp- barton from the old Whittemore Road. Big machinery and livestock listing. Quinn & Leek will be auctioneers. Sale details to be found in UDM today. Jan. 24, Wednesday — Louis Lingard sale, 7 west of Armstrong, 2V- north and Vt east. 200 head livestock, machinery, etc. Clark & Clark, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings Bank, clerk. Details today, Jan. 25, Thursday — Oscar Berkland, 7 miles west of Fenton. Complete Farm Sale. Berkland & B e n s e n, auctioneers, Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Details today jrj State Line Meet Opens; Action livery Night j j j Lakota and liedylrd fwon ;easy first round* victories In I the .State Lino Conference ; Tournament at Swea City Mon;day;'n%ht. Lakota raced past jSentral, 76-48, and Ledyard pasted Ringsted, 79-30. Play in the.mfict.will Continue every night this week.'Lakota and Ledyard will meet at 7 p.m. and Sentral and'Arm- strong at 8:30 p.m. tonight (Tuesday) in girls Igajnes at Sentral. Thompson will meet Titonka and Burt will tangle with Ringsted atjRJrigsted in other girls games Tuesday. Boys play will get underway again Wednesday. Lakota and Ledyard will meet at 7 p.m. and Burt will meet Swea City at 8;30 at Swea City; and Armstrong will play Rake at 7 and Titonka will meet Thomp-j son at 8:30 :at,TJiomps6n ( . V • Semifinal ' round Vgpmei fin tljei girjs meet Thursday at semifinal boys games will'Be' played Friday at Sentral. Finals in both divisions will be played Saturday night at Armstrong. - Lakota hit seven of its first eight shots against Sentral Monday night, and got off to a 14-10 lead at the quarter. The winners led, 39-20 at the 'half and 64-40 al the three-quarter mark. ', Top scorers were Charold Barrett, 20 points and 7-of-7 field goals, Clare Barrett, 13 points, and Jime Rosct 11 points for Lakota, and Lynn Bierstedt. 18 points, Dennis Ohm, 13 points, and Wayne Elmers, 10 points for Sentral. Rlers, 10 points for Scntral. Rule Death In Trailer House ; As Suicide Jake Jutting, 63-year old farm laborer from Buffalo Center, was found dead in his small trailer home on a farm located a mile west)an;d a mile,south of Buffalo Center, Monday afternoon, Jan. 8, ffls death ,was ruled a, suicide by Dr. R. F'.iSnyder, county medical examiner from Swea City. -r The rhdn, ,who had been in poor health for some time, took h,is own life with a clothesline, whiph LEGAL NOTICE Kossuth County Agricultural Extension Education Fund receipt and expenditures or the jieribd January T. 1961 to December 31, 1961. Receipts: . • , .. i Balance January 1, 1961 ..$ 6023.17 County Extension Fund - 18500.00 Total receipts, 245.3.17 Disbursements: Salary: County Extension. Director .. 28500 •Coynty Extepsion.Horne IP50.0 quarter ending December 30, 1961. Total Warrants Drawn During Quarfer"~"""" r ' — ----------Balance at End of Quarter .".„... "* ------"" Balance from Previous T° a Receipts for Quarter -—...::::;!::::— ---- J - L ----Total to Account for ___________ __ • ." ----- '•"• — '""" — Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter E ."°!! UR """""""" m fa ,, (Teachers, Janitors, Officers, etc.. grouped")"""""""- ? U ' 808 ' 33 Other Warrants Issued — amount .... „, ]B o ,„ Total Expenditures . ___ . 83,163.36 Balance at End of Quarter Balance from Previous ~~'~~ ' 113,427.87 64,344.69 40,083.18 26D.d66.60 173,039.69 94,606.91 7.881.30 None 7,884.30 'erson, Firm or To Whom Paid larrison & Associates UcGuire & Faber . =. .... state Bank ^ Amount Jan. 2«, Monday — Rollo E. Greiman sale, 5 west and 2 H south of Blue Earth, Minn. Much power machinery, etc. WedeJ & Clark, aictioneers; First National Bank, Blue Earth, clerk. Fob. 3, Saturday - Ralph Mor- ga.n closing out sale, from 169-J3 intersection go two west and 2Vi south. Yungeberg Si Quinn, auctioneers; low a State Bank, clerk. Quinturd Will Head Boy Scout Ticket Drive Ed Anderson of Humboldt, lo- al district chairman for Boy couls of America, Prairie Gold 'ea Council, and Elgin Allen of Igona, district Scoutingland nairman, have announced the ap ointment of A. M. Quintard Alona, as district Scoutingland icket sales chairman for the orthcoming Scoutingland Exposi- on to be held within the next nonth. Tickets are in the process of be< ng distributed to every Cub Boy cout and Explorer Scout within he district. Each Cub Pack, Scout troop or Explorer post will appoint an adult as the unit ticket sales chairman to be responsible for tickets in that individual unit. It will be possible for every unit to receive as high as 30% commission on all ticket sales achieved by the unit. In addition, any boy selling 10 or more individual tickets will automatically receive a Cub Scout sign or a Boy Scout sign neckerchief slide. Furthermore, the super salesman of every unit will receive a valuable prize. Monies received over and above the commissions paid to each unit will be utilized to pay expenses of the show, defray costs of the prizes and other show items. The central theme of Scouting- nd will be the national theme of the Boy Scouts of America, namely, "Strengthen America — Character Counts". ; '-103,34 •' ' 409.33 1022.89 399.10 1500.00 323.66 Federal Social Security""— Employer's'- ! Share ______•___ Iowa Public Employees' Retire-, menf System -- Employer's sharei.. „. „ .._' )] 6 . 90 Travel: • - . • County Extension, Director ._ 1208.87 County Extension Home Economist County Extension Associate Coynty Extension Assistant Rent, heat, light, janitor _ Communications: Postage, Telephone, Telegraph „_ Office Supplies 301.66 Equipment and Repairs 374.52 Project Activity Expense 626.63 Insurance, Legal Notice and Bond 222.15 Total Disbursements $17313!s5 Balance — December 31, ... . "61 , 7209.62 State of Iowa ) Kossuth County ) I, Clarke Miller, chairman, and I, Ray V. Cunningham treasurer, of the Kossuth County Agricultural Extension Council, bong duly sworn on oath, state to the best, of our knowledge and belief, that the terns included in the foregoing Financial Report are a true and correct statement ot the receipts and expenditures of the Kossuth County Agricultural Extension Education Fund. Signed — Clarke Miller, Chairman Signed — Ray V. Cunningham, Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to before me- his 2?th day of December, 1961 Edith Welter Notary Public Published in tho Algona Kossulh County Advance, Algona, Iowa January II, 1962. p Person, Firm or Cora To Whom Paid Amount Acme Chemical Co. . 8342 Advance Pub. Co. I 678S A gona Comm. Sch. Rev. Fd.'Z" 1037 A gona,Flour and Feed .. i i bo Algona Implement Co. . . " 149 30 Algona. Insurance Co. [II"' i4fl'3S *lgona Laundry ... 9'4fl Igona Municipal UtllltYeY"!" 2.463 ! 69 A gona Plbg. and Htg 14074 Algona Refrigeration 9235 Algona School Lunch I" • 20154 Elgin Allen , 3 9 V American Library Ass'n ' 4.25 ""' Aslesen Company Ass'n for Childhood Educ Internal!; __ ^SS'n School'BUs, 1 Off~XII' r ""~ v IS** -sjoo 4.08 The two marked advances in American journalism after the Revolutionary War were the e&- WishmeiH of newspapers and the Change in frequency of publication from weekly tp semj^weeUy, tri- weekly, and daily issues. Blalsdell Pub. Col I'M Blossom Insurant* Agency :"~ ' 37 61 Botsford Lumber-cof ...:.;.::; l ,oo649 J. Bradley Equipment Co. 224,00 Bro-Dart Industries I 46 13 3rodhead Garrett Company 50 17 3ureau Audio, Visual .. ._ 2161 Carolina Biological Co " T " 37^ Carson's j 4 1 Central Scientific Co. 173'! Cerro Gordo County IIIIII 60o!o Children's Reading Service 13 f Chrischillcs Store .. 39 '\ Christian Sci. Pub. Co "" " 6*4 Keith Christie "" K'S Chronicle Guid. Pub. Co. 35 c Coast to Coast _ "" o'l Coll. Entr. Ex. Bd. I fa Jonsumers go Cook's Radiator Rep. ..J. 30 book's Welders 34'7 luss Cook noo Council Oak Stores ., i«'4 Glen D. Culbcrtson s'o Culligan Soft Water 335 Dale Pub. Co. jge Decker Athletic Supply Co. ... 187J) Decker Bros. j,»3i 0 Jcnoyer-Geppert Co. 411.9 )i-Acro Corporation 125 Jictaphone Corporation 81 0 letzgen Co 1023 Donald Diggins S'.BI Jruggist Mutual 6346 Dudley Lock Co. 30 ()„ ducational Specialties 10 1' Idridee Pub. Co. U'H 'ield Enterprises . 1170 inn's Bakery ...I 45^5. osier Furniture . 240 1! rederick- Hdwe. 84.2! ugo Cade 101.41 ambles _ 761 -eneral Type Exchange 182.51 reat West. Lab. __„ H.K ammond And Stephens 51.0f ;arcourt. Brace „ s.4i eckman Bindery 88.7! L. Henderson ------------------ 13.30 Hertzberg ... ' ---- 3iflo2 H.S. AthfFd. I ------------ " ..... 99430 j. i. Hoicomb Mfi:"::;n:::;zi? loalJ Mfi:"::;n:::;zi Holt, Rlnehart ..'.. 234 53 Hood's Supermarket . . 1448 David Humphrey _____ . ______ "" ; lo'.oo Huntingdon Lab. .:.L..i. . ^_ »20B 98 Hutzells Cities Service ___ i...~ 71.17 THM e "' s - ...................... 828 - 62 •IBM ______ : • > . L , - 097 eft Ideal Sch. Supply" .---"-.—--- °f'|, Kent Immerfalf ... _____ 1""I 5 '5 ' ' ADDING MACHINE TIME! Brant) New Models 7-8-4 or 6-8-4 VICTOR CHAMPION ADDING MACHINES • Top quality ... famous precision-built Victor* ... lowest price ever • 10-liey or full-keyboard ... total* 9.899,999,89 • Electric models low at $tr , were NOW ONLY $94 . . plu* tax • — ....... la. State University .„_...„•_ P. R. Irons ... ______ ....... • • Kent Motors _______ .... . ' Kossuth County Agr. Ass'n .1. Kossuth Co. Pub. Sch. ___ Kossuth Motors ______ "" Kossuth ou __________ ::::::"" Donald Kramer _________ . W. C, Kuhn Sr ......... "I"::: O. 13801 841 425 8' 54fl!oo > e 01 4gi'3i 40! . -------- ._. A. C. McClurg -------- „ ______ McGraw-Hill Book Co. ___ .. ___ HERE'S A REAL DEAL ON FARM WINDBREAKS NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR 18 TO 24 INCH SCOTCH PINE TREES; WITH 100 PER CENT REPLACEMENT \ GUARANTEE .... 1 EACH HONEYSUCKLE PLANTS 12 TO 18 INCH PLANTS. _____ HONEYSUCKLE PLANTS 2 TO 3 FOOT SIZE ------- __ ALL STOCK GUARANTEED ., FREE LANDSCAPI FQR PWCf U§T Duncan Nursery PHQNI CY 4r2339 * . . ALGONA. IOWA 184.80 50.00 -30,00 147i90 81i8 • 49.48 5.39 OQ OB Donna Madsen I.ZIIIIIIII™ 2500 klarador Corporation . ...... 11.05 Martin Oils ., , 31.07 -y'e .Mathes ..-.- 5 35 Clyde Mease, Treas. N.C. Conf. 40.00 G & C Merrlam Co. :„ 224 00 Metropolitan Supply Co 5,819,51 Edgar Mayor 2 2,60 Midwest Adm. Center 2,00 Midwest Shop Supplies . 78.02 Midwest Visual 7069 Mildred Miller 2375 Modem Sound Pictures ... 1,20 Delia Moxley '... 535 K a KI £ ss '" Pub - Seh - Adult Ed. 2,00 Nat'l Counc. Tchrs Enff. 10 75 Nat'l Counc. Tchrs Math. 5.8H NEA 1004 Nat'l Sch. Pub. Rcl. Ass'n ....'. 30.00 N. Central Pub. Service j.. 2,510.25 North Iowa Appliance 3.95 N.W. Bell Telephone 461.47 Norton Machine Works 1324 O'Brien Trucking 39.00 Panama Carbon Co 50 51 Percival Motors 588 78 Petty Cash 199,56 Pratt Electric , 774 21 Pink Supply 144.00 Prentice Hall 038 Cleo Pyle : . 10,00 Reader s Digest „ 17 40 Heady Mix .._ 331.86 Remedial Ed. Center 4 10 VICTOR ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINE * 159.50 * Latest mode!.'., faiflpua preel- slon-bullt Vfctor quality • 10-key orfull-keybpard.*, totals 999,999.99 • Direct subtraction • Fast, accurate figuring for ' oftlce, store, home - • " PLUS TAXES AND MANY OTHER MODELS TRADE-INS WELCOME UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. Istfie *i^ni&***^^f w^^^^Mmw ^HPV^HK* ^mom* Priced • ^*^ too •qr Compare Lark's price tvithite 12 competitors *,,and see how much more it buys jvut ALGONA tARK prices actually start • »ap LESS THAN FALCON •87 LES3 THAN COK.VAIR, •128 LESS THAN CHIVY II (« CYLINDER ENGINE! •68 LESS THAN UAMBLKU Classic •281 LESS THAN Tempest •149 LESS THAN COMEf t|0 LESS. THAN kANCEB •333 LESS THAN F-85 •36* LESS THAN Buldk S/W/fl/ taw LESS THAN FORD F»irian« •371 LESS THAN. ow Moor Man ba» wore liyrimfrmf ,«d&$. , ;Asi '',yi% AI.QONA, IOWA C.-!-/. r't^.-A'*!**

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