The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1962 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 20, 1962
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. «-A!flono (la.) Upper DM Motoe* Tuesday, February 45, ... ...^__ J ._, ----/--A- ^ — .__. --— - ----- '""11" " i r'''--»rtKT"--v'f-'- J —•'^M-rV"'- Wesley Airman Top Grad In USAF Bombardier Unit MATHER AFB, Calif. — First Lieutenant Russell K, Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arnold of Wesley, Iowa, has been named outstanding graduate of the United States Air Force advanced navigator-bombardier course here. Lieutenant Hansen attained the highest flying and academic grades in his class. Following survival training at Stead AFB, Ncv., and combat crew training at Castle AFB, Calif., he will be assigned as a B-52 Stratofortress navigator-bombardier with a Strategic Air Command Unit at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. A graduate of Algona (Towa) High School, the lieutenant entered the service in 1955. He and his wife, the former Sharl F. Barlow of 1213 North A St., Harlingen, Tex., have a daughter, Holly, 2. Hurt In Crash Whittemore -* Jerome Kliegl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kliegl of here, was hospitalized Tuesday morning in Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge as a result of a car accident. The driver of the other car slid through a stop sign at a junc- tion and hit Kliegl's car broadside, Jerome suffered a broken nose and face lacerations. His car suffered damage estimated at $1900. The other driver suffered an arm cut but was not hospitalized. Best way to get in the swim is to stay out of the dives. FUNERAL HOMES CORWITH RENWICK HOMES AT LuVERNE WESLEY TITONKA ALLEN J. BLAKE, DIRECTOR 24 HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-3322 (collect) LuVerne (Home Office) Wake up ^ -•• FOR THE F SOUNDEST SLEEP r. ANY MATTRESS CAN GIVE YOU Over a period of 11 years, people like you went to sleep in the laboratory sleep rooms of the United States Testing Co. Electronic equipment recorded their brain waves . . . heart beats. All leading mattresses were rotated through the rooms. The conclusion, supported by 60,000,000 recordings, Beautyrest gave deeper sleep than any other mattress. The Unique Beautyrest comfort construction is the reason. Come in and order this famous Simmons mattress today ! Tufted or ($7Q50 Smooth Tuftless ^/ ^J Box Spring $79.50 FREE VAN DELIVERY BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE 2 Benefit Cage Games Slated Feb. 27, Bode Ottoscn — There will be two benefit basketball games Tuesday, Feb. 27, at the Twin Rivers gymnasium at Bode, sponsored by the Band Mothers. One game will be by the band mothers and faculty vs. band mothers and factulty. The second game will be band fathers and faculty vs. band fathers and faculty. Starting time is 7:30 p.m. There will also be between game entertainment. Lunch will also be served by the band mothers. Hosts At "500" Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann entertained Friday evening at a "500" party. High prizes went to Clarence Bauer and Mrs. Ed Kemna, low went to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Knutson had the couples prize^ Progressive Club The Progresive Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ralph Richards. Psalm III was read by the hostess. "Love's Old Sweet Song" was sung by the group. Eleven members answered roll call, "My Day Off". Mrs. Fred Kampen gave the lesson on Florida. Mrs. Donald Cooper had the recreation. Guests were Mrs. Beulah Adams, Mrs. Flora Eggerth, Miss Melba Fox, and Rev. Harold Mountain. Nancy Cooper R.N. of Ft. Dodge spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper. Scott Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Johnson was four years old Thursday. Those who came in the evening to help him celebrate were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson of Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin en- :ertained their card club Thursday evening. High scores went to Mrs. Oscar Williams and Orville Cnudson, low to Mrs. Orville Cnudson and Virgil Williams. Neal Olson had travel. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin went to Minneapolis, Minn. Friday to visit their son Martin over the weekend. Mrs. Arthur Petersen attended a luncheon bridal shower for Marilyn Higgins at .„ the Methodist church at Gilmore Cityj Saturday. Former S-Gty Lady Passes In Minnesota Funeral services for Mrs. Henry {ulander, former resident of Swea ity, were held Saturday at First Augustana church of Minneapolis. Burial was at Winthrop, Minn. Mrs. Kulander, 80, was the wife f the late Henry Kulander, who >racticed dentistry 35 years un- il 1940 when they moved to Minneapolis. He died in 1942. Mrs. Kulander had been visiting lere with Emily Moline during the weekend. She suffered a stroke arly Monday. Her children from Minneapolis picked her up here and took her to Minneapolis where she died in a hospital. publication of the American School Food Service Ass&elattefl, Miss Comfort has been state president of the organization, Car Rolls Over Lakota — Mrs. Floyd Clabaugh, an upper grade teacher In the Bancroft Public school, was unhurt when her car skidded on the icy highway and rolled over on its top one mile west of Lakota on highway No. 9 Monday morning, Mrs. Clabaugh was enroute to Bancroft at the time of the accident. The windshield was shattered and the left side of the 1961 Chevrolet 2-door sedan was dented, along with a bashed-in top. '•MiAiwk AM., ot the day above mentioned an persons interested fife Here- hv notified and required to appear, and "how cause, If any they haye.why .fnstriiment should not be probated and nllowpd ns and for the last Will and TMlarnont of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, Fcbniary 10. 1002. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. Wlnhel & Wlnkel, Attorneys Algona, Iowa NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given by the undersigned that we have associated ourselves in a body corporate under the provisions of. the Iowa Business Cor-' poratlon Act. enacted by the law of 1959 (House Bill 368) and also designated as Chapter 321, Acts o£ the S8th G. A., assuming all the powers, rights and privileges granted bodies corporate and all the duties and obligations imposed by the laws or Iowa. The name ot the corporation is Hotel Algona, Inc. The date of the beginning of Its corporate existence was December 26, 1961, and it shall exist perpetually. The purpose and general nature of the business as stated In the Articles, is to engage in and do any lawful act concerning any or all lawful business for which corporations may be organized under the Iowa Business Corporation Act. This corporation has authority to Issue tour hundred (400) shares of common stock each of the par value of One Hundred and no/100 Dollars ($100.00) and which shall be fully paid for when issued. The registered office of this corporation is located at Hotel Algona, 104 South Thorlngton Street, Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, and the initial registered agent at this office is M. H. Honsbruch. ' The affairs of this corporation shall, be conducted by and managed by a board of four directors who shall be elected from the shareholders at the annual meeting of the shareholders. The name and address of the shareholders of this corporation as designated in the Articles of Incorporation are: Mr. William C. Smith, Algona, Iowa Mr. Charles L. McVay, Jr., Algona, Iowa Mr. M. H. Honsbruch, Algona, Iowa. Mr. Richard B. Post, Algona, Iowa The private property of the stockholders of this corporation shall be exempt from any and all liabilities for any and all debts and obligations of the corporation. Dated January 15, 1962. William C. Smith Charles L. McVay, Jr. M. H. Honsbruch, Richard B. Post (Published Feb. 20, . 1962, In The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES . The Citv Council met Feb. 14, 1962 wiili Mayor Shlerk and the following rnimcil members: Muckev Whittemore, Andreasen and Finn Absent: Pelrce & Elbert. Minutes of the last meeting were ap- Pr Aii"ibrized Maasdnm . to continue trimming Elm trees in the parking up t0 Aii'thoftee Fire Dept. to enclose area under steps in the Fire House., Adopted rosol. paying volunteer firemen «2 00 per hour after they had been on a''fire over two hours. Llovd Pratt was appointed on the Cltv 'Electrician Board. Resol. adopted acknowledging gift to I lie Little League program from Dr. Ja ilS'oi eSt adopted transferring $1116.87 within the debt service fund and In- -estinB $2000.00 in gov. bonds. Accepted contract and approve • per-- ormance bond of Andersen Constr. Co of Emmetsburg, la. to build the NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 8036 February Term, 1962 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Rev. Louis F. Rosmann, Deceased, dated May 19, 1001, and Codicil attached thereto dated September 17, 1061, having been this day filed opened and read, Saturday the 3rd day '•of March, 1062, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not oe probated and allowed as and for the iast Will and Testament of said debated at Algona. Iowa, February 19, 1962. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. Linnan. Lynch & Straub, Attorneys Algona, Iowa NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County ss IN DISTRICT COURT No B035 February Term. 1!)02 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to he the last Will and Testament of Conrad Schmidt, Deceased, dated September 18. 1U5!), having boon this duy filed, opened and read, Monday the 5th day of March, 1062. K ixed for hearing proof of same at he Court House in Algona, Iowa, he- ore the District Court ol said County, r the Clerk of said Court; and at ICMI TERMS ESTABLISHED 1925 ALGONA Food Article By Algona School Lunch Director Helen Comfort, school lunch director for the Algona Community School District, had an extensive article on food preparation published in the February issue of the School Lunch Journal, nationally distributed publication. Miss Comfort's article told o the ways and means for preparing good tasting food, the planning tha goes into such meals and a shor study of lunchroom staffs. She points out that much of the preparation of meals for a ho lunch program can be done aheac of time, thereby saving a lot o rushing around at the last moment when long lines of student appear at meal time. The School Lunch Journal is CURLY wants to sell LIGHT BULBS Regular lamps or special lamps . . . you can find the largest and most complete stock of lamps in N.W. Iowa. Don't be satisfied with anything less than genuine G.E. Lamps. They cost no more. PRATT ELECTRIC CONSTRUCTION CO. Corner of State & Jones Phone CY 4-4326 eltp street shed. Beer permit granted td Logtie's Tavern. . A -Annual WtlHty report wad aelcnov^ Hedged and placed on file. Authorized street .dept. to send out bids for Utility tractor and Police dept. to send out bids for new police car. , QfiMEflAL > Shlerk, salary _......^ 112.80 smith, salary _.* 219.64 Shlerk, court Costs —,..._.- 44.00 la. State Bank, W'Hold 25.90 Algona Reminder, printing 2.60 Arwell, rat control .. 23.00 Blossom Ins., premium , —•_.. 109.17 Carsten Prod., licenses ..^ 120.00 Directory. Service, cards 9.95 IBM Corp., ribbon ..- : — 2.60 Messenger Print., malnt. a '*_ 30.00 Ribbon & Carbon Supply, paper 30.21 Shie'rk,. expenses 28.75 ~~ STREET BurtiS, salary 153.03 Frambach, salary — 133.85 Helmers, salary . 9.09 Lashbrook, salary ,. 169.25 Metzen, salary — 144.07 Myers, salary ,„_: 131.10 Pergande, salary — 167.01 Prew, salary - 168.40 la. State Bank, W'Hold. 100.90 Algona Welding, pipe 1.50 Arnold Motors, repairs 22.96 Barclay Co., supplies- 8.45 Cities Service, gas _.: 295.35 Cook's Scrap Iron, supplies .4.50 DX Sunray, fuel oil 154.D9 Ft. Dodge Towel, 'service 3.25 Frederick Hdw.. mdse. j. 15.76 Glbbs-Cook, repairs 7.33 Oreenberg, repairs 18.19 Hilton's repairs ±... 6.50 Sherwin-Williams, paint , 7.95 Swenson Spreader, repairs 29.48 United Bldg. Center, supplies ... 2.10 DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ALGONA The land Bank Man ' . * V. « is a good man Jo know THE LAND BANK MAN knows fanning ...knows the farmer's financial needs. Let him show you how a Land Bank Loan may be used to buy land, pay off debts, make improvements or for other purposes. There are no fees or commissions to pay on a Land Bank Loan, And a.Land Bank Loan may be paid off at any time in advance without penalty. Stop in today. Federal land Bank Association E. H. Hutchins, Manager Algona (sooth of Penneys) Monday & Wednesday rarest City (West of Forester Hotel) Tuesday & Friday i 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. EACH HONEYSUCKLE PLANTS 2 TO 3 FOOT SIZE. EACH ALL STOCK GUARANTEED - WRITE FOR PRICE LIST FREE LANDSCAPE PLANS Duncan Nursery PHONE CY 4-2339 ALGONA, IOWA Boelteirrtan, salary Bulten, salary Fisher, salary Hutchison, sa ary Jorgenson, salary " I.. 20.00 ""„.. 19S.01 " „„- 200.30 "".... 17.47 j 107.98 uopner anoouu », out-i-..—> 004 Qreenberg, supplies .-j— ,"•£! Kent Mofors, supplies, —- "-go Rusk Drug, supplies i-Si Hilton's, gas & o 1 -—- ^'22 Ready-Mix, repairs - J °-S? United Bldg., repairs '- D1 SANITATION • North Central Service, gas 24.92 Ready-Mix, repairs — 2'Sn Spencer Grocer, supplies "•'"' SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, salary }*}.•$ Lemkee, salary -----rj 25'50 la. State Bank, W'Hold «>•»" Arnold Motors, repairs j»-J» Conoco, supplies -I-Zi Michel Sales, mdse. - "-21 Pratt Electric, repairs - 42.05 Wastes Eng., subs ----- _ "•"" PARKING METER Groen, salary -viol Rlley, salary - innm Sands, salary -------- - 'SjSg la. State Bank, W'Hold TI.W Trust & Agency, pension J-»' Cities- Service, gas — °'«2 North Central Comm., service -- 23.10 Pratt Electric, repairs ---.----— °.° u THU&T & AOENCY _,. Counley, pension - *«•"" B. Egll, pension —- 75 - u " YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN THE UPPER DES MOINES (Alt 0$ FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE PBOTOFACT EQUIPPED ELECTRONIC TECBNlClAH »« wder$t*nd yow set but because wrt» Mft.«W9« «ritb a SAMS Servlc* Data worlu $ Iui6$i4 tontiatkW Ot' ttM cnwuuj. •djustments, wd proper tt- placement parts covering tttf my set yon ewtri • Ouick, Expert Repair • Guaranteed Beplacemett Parts • Honest WorkmaMbU • Reasonable Cost s Ask to see the PttOTOFACT folder covering yo«r v*fj Mrasel BEECHER LA^E APPLIANCE CY 4-3613 tl IT'S ADDING MACHINE TIME! Brand New Models T-S-4 or 6-8-4' VICTOR CHAMPION ADDING MACHINES were 9119 NOW ONLY plus tax • Top quality... famout pr«clilon-bullt Victor* ..'. lowed pries ever • 10-key or full-keyboard... totals (.999,999.99 • Electric model* low M $tr '94 VICTOR ELECTRIC ADDING MACHINE • Latest model... farrTous precl- •lon-bullt Victor quality • 10-key or full-key board.,, totals 099,899.99 • Direct subtraction « Fast, accurate figuring for, office, ttore, home $159.50 PLUS TAXES AND MANY OTHER MODELS TRADE-INS WELCOME UPPER DES MOINES PUBLISHING CO. ALGONA USED FURNITURE SOILED FURNITURE MIS-USED FURNITURE DAMAGED FURNITURE RUGS AND SAMPLES MIRRORS & LAMPS YOU NAME ITU LOCATED first door west of the Rexoll Drug Store ONE DAY ONLY 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ^^^^^^ ^^^^^H ^H • 9 a.m. to 4 p,m. GEORGE WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY, FEB. 22 LOCATiD first door west of the Rexall Drug Store WE GUARANTEE A SELL OUT AT THESE PRICES! WOW! STRICTIY CASH! NO PfllYIBIfS! YOU HAUL AWAY THi BARGAINS! IT Will PAY YOU TO COME HUNDREDS OF MILESI $,AY6 AS YOW HAY! NEVER SAVIP BEFORE! BRINQ YQUE TRUCK 08 TB4IIIR ANP HAUL AWAY THE BARGAINS Si

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