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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1962
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WSCS olfctes of the Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon,'; Mar. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Art Wiese recently Visited Mr. and Mrs. Prank Pruis- man at Blairsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera had as recent guests Mr. and Mrs. Les- terHagen of Titonka. Mrs. Anna Matlson was visited over the weekend by Mr. and,Mrs. W. E. McCamey, Adel. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Smith spent last weekend at Paullina with Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Knuth. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sherman spent Sunday at Mason City with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd spent Sunday at Britt with the former's mother, Mrs. "Bertha Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. Don Krause are at Rpck Palls, 111., visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilhelmi. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoffel were visited last weekend by their niece, Carol Uifers, West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolcott were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Woods, Davenport. Mrs. Kate Wegener had as recent guests her grandson and.wife, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener, Seneca. Mrs. Erwin Wiltgen and Eric spent Friday at Wesley with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Koppen. Mr. and Mrs. James Walker have beeq visited recently by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klinker, Omaha Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker went of Lone Rock Wednesday evening ^o visit Mrs. Rose Kraft, mother of Mrs. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Webster spent last weekend at Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Webster and children. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rochleau and Barbara Bartlett, Madonna Gisch,'Marian ft6th, Sharon Schneider and Julie Vipond, .students at Mankato; Minn, .college, -are home for the between quarters break. : Mrs. James tJtt went to Mason City last Sunday to Visit her sister Mrs. Ralph Hejlik, a surgical patient at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Utt was at Duncan Thursday to see her mother, Mrs. Albert Psotka. Mrs. G. w. StilJman went to Fort Dodge last Monday and visited Mrs. Marie Murtagh at Friendship Haven. Mrs. Murtagh has been in the infirmary but expects to again be in her room in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolcott have returned from a vacation of several weeks. Two weeks were spent at Brownsville, Tex., two days at Tucson, and'the remainde of the time in the Los Angeles Calif., area with various relatives Mr., and Mrs. Harvey Steven Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven an Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey at tended funeral services Wednesday at Winterset for George Comp, 45 nephew of Mrs. Harvey Steven anc Mrs. Muckey. He died suddenly o a heart attack. feith Co/we//; £ BridZ children, Fairmont, Minn., spent the weekend with Mrs. Mildred Putz and other relatives. Word from Mrs. Evalyn McDoii- gall, Mason City, is that her brother Jay Tubbesing is improving from a recent heart attack. The Methodist Couples Club will meet Mar. 18. Please be prepared to turn in your dollars with the Increased profits at this time. Mrs. Ann Harvey is returning Boon from Glendale, Calif., where she has spent a few weeks with Jflr; and^Mfs.^Harr had as caller Saturday morning their grandson, Jerry Angus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. John Weydert are spending a few days at Waterloo with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weydert and daughters, Kristie and Kathy. Mr. and Mrs. John Thuente arc on a two week vacation in the south. They have been in Kentucky and Tennessee and when last heard from were in Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riedel had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly, LuVerne. Supper guests Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Riedel, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stebritz were visited over the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Kirsch, Omaha, Neb. Mr. Kirsch is attending college and Mrs. Kirsch is employed in the National bank. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen were visited last Monday and Tuesday by Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard Tippin, who have been living at Minneapolis. They were en- route to Fort Worth, Tex., where Mr. Tippin has a position. Mr. and Mrs. Walter McBride went to Glidden recently and brought the letter's mother, Mrs. Sally Roberts, home with them. She fell and broke her hip several weeks ago and will complete her convalescence here. Josephine Dlttmer cares for her during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Wicks have had recent check-ups at the Rochester, Minn, hospital. Reports from both are excellent. Mr. Wicks' father, Cryder Wicks, Kanawha, has been a surgical patient there, too. The daughter, Barbara, was dismissed Wednesday from St. Ann hospital after five days spent there. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Valentine are being visited by their daughter, Mary Lou, Mrs. Don Steinman and children, Jerry and Cheryl, Denver, Colo. She came to attend graveside rites for John Staebler at Calvary cemetery Friday. Mr. Staebler, 61, lived at Madison, Wis., and had been in poor health for some time. Mr*. Myrna Orton and son Web spent Thursday evening at Pocahontas with Rev. and Mrs. Knute Orton who have been conducting religious meetings there. Rev. and Mrs. Orton will be leaving soon for Washington, Oregon MdoOyr western points and will Visit Mr. and Mrs. Don Orton »t Cave Junction, Ida- Mrs. Myrna Orton left Friday for San Msteo, Calif., for a Whittemore By Art Heidenwith visit with Mr. and Mrs. Arden family and Mrs. Olive AjtJjup ivajf, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer anc Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Meyer, Mr and Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Mr. anc Mrs. Henry Lauck Sr., and Mr and Mrs'. William Meyer Jr. helped Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of Rodman celebrate their 25th wed ding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahlhauser and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dahlhauser and family and Mr and .Mrs. Raymond Montag and family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. William Dearchs and family of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs James Dahlhauser and family gathered at the parental home of Mr. and. Mrs. Peter J. Dahlhauser Friday evening to commemorate their 57th, wedding anniversary. Vl """•"^im'ber ~o'fre1a'tives'gathered home of Mr. and Mrs. . worth Heidenwith Thursday evening to help Mr. Heidenwith celebrate his birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely and iamily, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- Jiur Heidenwith and Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl, Daniel and Kay Frances of here and Mrs. Ralph Sebers and Tammy of Albert Lea, Minn. St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid met Thursday. Mrs. Ralph Bauer opened the meeting with scripture reading and prayer, due to the absence of Rev. Kautsch. Mrs. Eida Simonson read a topic. Harold Opheim, who has been employed by the Algona Laundry and Dry Cleaners for the past three years, has accepted a position with the Whittemore Cooper- atice Elevator. He will fill the vacancy left by Dale Bell, who was a trucker. Mr. Bell vacated the George Meyer house in town aiid moved to his mother's farm four miles southeast of town. Edward Potratz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz of Whittemore, entered St. Ann hospital in Algona Monday and underwent gall bladder surgery Friday. Mrs. Charles E. Kollasch is a patient in St. Ann hospital. William Lauck, who was a medical patient in Emmetsburg, Was released the fore part of last week. Albert Kramer, who had been a patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, was released Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spurgeon left for Iowa City Tuesday where Mr. Spurgeon went for a check-up at University hospital. Mrs. Elizabeth Elbert is a medical patient in St. Ann hospital. Earl Maahs and James Nichols Pictured above are Mf and Mrs Keith Colwell who were married March 9 at Trinity Lutheflan Church in Mason City. The bride is the former Patricia Snell,' daughter of Mr and Mrs E. W. Snell of Mason City. Keith is a son of Mr and Mrs 1 Harold Colwell of Algona. He is a graduate of Algona high and the College of Medical Technology. Minneapolis, and is employed]at Park Hospital in Mason City, where the couple will make their home. (Lock Foto — UDM Engraving) Linde Implement Holding Silver Anniversary Party A "depression born" business at Swea City will observe its silver anniversary on Thursday, March 15. ; The Linde Implement Co. of which Roger Linde is owner, will hold an open house that day, complete with entertainment, dinner and special features during the day. The free lunch will be served starting at 11:30 a.m. When Roger Linde first opened his implement firm, then located directly behind the Swea City Herald building, he bucked into the worst depression in the nation's history, all the worse because it centered in the fa_rm belt, and he was entering the implement business. r Linde is one of the major dealers in the country handling the Allis Chalmers line of equipment, as well as New Idea and related farming accessories. His firm is one of the major business operations in North Kossuth county, and has shown a phenomenal combination of management, salesmanship, promotion, imagination and good-will, including generous help in many ways to the community of Swea City. A detailed outline of the program for Thursday, and its entertainment features, will be found in a Linde announcement elsewhere in this issue. Three Local Artists AMVETS Prize Winners Algona high school art pupils Of Alice Condon captured all the prizes in the nine-county district poster contest sponsored by the Iowa Department of AMVETS and the Governor's Committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped, according to an announcement by Ray Langfitt, Algona, AMVET district contest chairman. Bob Pratt, a junior, received $10 for his first prize winning poster; Lance Johnson also a junior, $7.50 for second; and Randy Harmes. a senior, $5 for third. • Honorable mention went to Brigitta Whittemore, Barbara Lau, Mike Kain, Gary Kelley, Barbara Boyd, Carol Loar and Steve Ostrum. Judges for the contest were Cliff Long, Mrs. Pearl McEnroe, both of Algona and Mrs. Laurie Wolter of Corwith. r The three top posters in the district will be forwarded to the state contest for final judging Apr. 1. Prizes in the state contest ranging from $100 to $10 will be awarded to the five top posters. Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence . Bergman David Dolan injured his hand .vhile playing. The ligaments were pulled but no bones were broken. Mrs. Rose Schneider is a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona, for medical treatment. Tom McGuire, son of Mr. and ilrs. Chas. McGuire, left Wednes- ay for Great Lakes, where he vill be stationed with the Navy or several weeks. Clarence Diers, who underwent urgery and had his left hand mputated ten days ago, spent he weekend with his family here eturning to Rochester the first of he week for further treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Menke nd Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vinkel, Whittemore, visited Friday ith Alfred Menke, a patient al t. Mary's hospital, Rochester. returned to Ames break. Mrs. after Bert studies Monday in a ten-day quarter position as Seely accepted bookkeeper in the the Whittemore Cooperative Elevator. For the past two years she was secretary of the Whittemore public school. She will start her new duties Apr. 1. Elaine Huberty has held that position for several years. Mr. and Mrs, George Beckman of Seward, Nebr. announced the engagement of their daughter, Margaret Ann, to Richard L. Meyer, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meyer of Whittemore, A fairly good crowd turned out Thursday evening at the Whittemore Independent School band concert. All those who were present were well pleased. Keep in the rut too long and .,,.11 ,Jj| yp,,,, p^, gl^ve. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner C.D.A. will meet March 14, preceded by a 6 o'clock pot luck dinner in St. Joseph's school hall. A CDA committee will be in charge of preparing and serving the Knights of Columbus Father-Son Banquet to be held Mar. 20. Mrs. Nick Bormann and Mrs. Frank Hilbert will be in charge of the kitchen and Mary Jane Origer and Mrs. Eugene Zeimet will be dining room chairmen. Committee in charge of the dinner arrangements this week will be Mrs. Clarence Bormann, Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mrs. Mark Thilges, Mrs. Delmer Plathe, Mrs. Harold Reding, Mrs. Peter C. Reding, Mrs. Nick Bormann, Mrs. Anna Faber and Mrs. Willie Thilges. Mary Alma O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien is a patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona, suffering from injuries received in a car accident last week. FISH Adolph Pavlista of Maquoketa recently caught a 10% pound walleye pike while fishing through the ice at Bellevue. The fish measured 29 inches long and had a girth of 20 inches. 70th Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ackerman of Weshta recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary. They are 91 and 90 years old, respectively, .Edith <qge Is Wed, Ringsted Ringsted — Mrs. Edith Cage of here, formerly a resident of the Seneca area, and Otis England of here were united in marriage Saturday evening, March 3, at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Ringsted with Rev. Stanley Hansen performing the single ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause, daughter and son-in-law of the Dride, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul lutchinson attended the couple. Mrs. England chose a dark aqua iilk dress and wore a rose carna- ion corsage. Her only jewelry was crystal clear pearl earrings, gift of the bridegroom. A reception was held at the irloin House at Fairmont, Minn, 'or the couple and their attendants and guests, Rev. Stanley Hansen, Herbert K. Krause of Cedar Falls, ,ynn Kerber of Cylinder, Hollee, leidee and Haleisa Krause of 'enton, Steven, Pamela and Thomas Hutchinsoh of here and Jane Sllen Corderman of Armstrong. The newlyweds will make their lome in Ringsted. Bonnicksen-Christiansen Legion post will again sponsor a boy at Hawkeye Boys State at Camp Dodge in June. Niels J. Nielsen, Harold Kramer, Harold Jensen, Gordon Howe and Junior Voetmann were selected for the nominating committee. Andrew Pedersen observed his birthday with John E. Madsen of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jensen of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Cronk and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schirm and Lori and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Madsen as his guests. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson were honored Wednesday on their 32nd wedding anniversary. Family members present were Mr. and Mrs. John Genrich and family of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Culbertson and family, Lyle, Sandra, Danny, Connie and Emory Culbertson, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Meyer of here, Sandra Hiedecker of Estherville and Twila Nelson of Graettinger. The Ringsted town council will again co-sponsor the Ringsted summer program. The council at its regular meeting authorized $300 for athletics and $300 for band. Car And Truck Sales Dip To 13, Past Week New car and truck sales dipped during the past week in this area. Only 13 new vehicles were registered at the county treasurer's office during that .period. Owners of new vehicles are: Chevrolet — Potter Dist. Co., Algona, truck; R. O. Harig, Lu- Verne; H. A. Harms, Burt; Kossuth Motor Co., Algona; J. L. or Leona Intermill, Titonka; and M. C. Hanson, Titonka. International — Kossuth Co. Imp. Co., Lone Rock. Ford — E. E. Meyer, Burt; H. H. Smith, Lu Verne; and H. A. Smith, Burt. Buick — Bennie Wibben, Algona. Volkswagen — R. R. or Helen Lukes, Algona. Olds — H. V. or Viola Becker, Burt. LAMBS Bob Hall and his father John Hall of Emmetsburg vicinity recently displayed quad lambs that were born to an ewe on the Hall farm. Quad lambs are very rare, but multiple lambs births are the rule on the Hall farm where two sets of triplets were also born. Neighbors Help Becker Family At Irving ton Irvington — Wednesday a group Er neighbors; turned out to hel] ierman, Becker clear away the men with tractors and loader and trucks soon had the job wel done. The ladies served coffee ant lunch to the group. Beckers will rebuild as soon as weather permits. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Schumacher were recent overnight visitors at homes of Mr. and Mrs. B. Capesius and Mrs. Marguerite Hayes. Their son, Geo. Alan, is new in the army stationed at Fort Carson, Colo. Ed Distworth, senior citizen of our town, celebrated his 86th birthday Mar. 9. Mrs. Marie Frankl is spending a few weeks at the home of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frankl in Minneapolis. Donald came after her Wednesday. Mrs. Milford Plathe was hostess Sunday to a group of neighborhood ladies honoring Mrs. Herman Becker with a linen shower. Mrs. Lee Colwell and several other members of the family attended the wedding of her grandson, Keith Colwell, at Mason City Friday evening. Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Immerfall, is out of school now having a bout with the mumps. Bancroft Man's Hand Amputated ''' Clarence Diers, 50, Bancroft, underwent amputation of his left hand at the wrist in St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, Minn. Mar. 2nd. The hand was mangled and the wrist broken when Mr. Diers got caught in a pulley at the Welp mill at 2 p.m. last Tuesday, Feb. 27. Mi.. Diers, an employee of the Welp Hatchery and mill for more than 15 years, was on the lower floor of the mill at the time of the tragedy. He was reaching for a lever which would have brought down a different type of feed when the hand was caught in the pulley. Immediately after the mishap, Mr. Diers walked upstairs and told a fellow employee, Orville Ande- I'egg, that he had hurt his wrist. Anderegg then took him to a Bancroft doctor's office and he was rushed to St. Ann hospital, Algona. The following morning he was taken to Rochester by ambulance. Mr. Diers is married and has seven children. His wife is with him at Rochester. Enters Poland Show James Erpelding, rural Algona, has entered TWO boars and two gilts in the national Poland China spotlight show and sale to be held March 23 and 24 at Cedar Rapids. Burt Schbdl's Carnival Set Btirt Community School will have a Carnival on Saturday, March 1?, I!)(t2. the Carnival will begin at 2:30 In the afternoon with n movie for everyone, contests, games, and fun for all. A Bake Sale will be In progress during the Carnival which will last until midnight Saturday night. There will be fun and excitement for everyone. The carnival is bring given to help the activity fund provide for athletic equipment. Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A special meeting of the Bonrd of Trustees of the Algona Munlclpnl Utilities wns held In the City Hall, City of Algona, In., Feb. 23, 1902, nt 7:30 o'clock P.M. Present Were: O. B. Hnrmes nnd Melvin Bny. Absent Was. Allen Buchanan. Present Also Were: T. Jnmes Pnlmcr, Supt.. R. G. Buchanan, Attorney, R. W. Strohmcyer and R. F. Strohmeycr, representing Buell & Winter Eng. Co., Sioux Cltv, In., and Ira Kohl, Sec. O. B. Hnrmes was nnmed President Pro Tern. This being the time nnd place set for public hearing on plans, specifications and form of contract for improvements to the existing Municipal Electric Light Sc Power System of the City of Algona, In. The President Pro Tern called for objections, there being none, oral or written, a resolution finally approving plnns, specifications and form of contract was presented and read. Then there was n motion by Bay, that the resolution be passed, approved and adopted. The motion was seconded by Harmes. The roll wns cnllcd and the vote thereon wns: Voting "Aye", Hnrmes and Bny. Voting "Nay", none. Motion carried and the resolution was duly ndopted. It appearing thnt certain bids were on file, the Secretary was directed to open, publicly read and tabulate the several bids and certified checks accompanying same. After receiving snld bids nnd upon recommendation of the Engineers, the following bids, being the apparent low bidders In their respective nrens, were takeri under advisement for further consideration before approving and final acceptance. North Centrnl Line Service, Alia, In., Transmission Line, Base Bid — Section 1 — $34,230.80. E. A. Pedersen Co., Omaha, Neb., Substation Construction and Switchgear & Wiring, combination) proposal — Section 2 & 3 — $77,000.00. Combination proposal - Alternate — Section 2 & 3 — $72,000.00. Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co., Algonn, la. Power Plant Building Improvements, Base Bid — Section 4 — $4,454.00. The Secretnry was then authorized to return to all other bidders the certified checks submitted with their bids. Meeting adjourned. /S/ Ira Kohl Secretary /S/ O. B. Hnrmes President Pro Tern fuMtfoy, Mafeh 13, 1961 Afgono (to.) Upper Os* Mofnw»3 the existing Municipal Electric- Light A resolution wns passed, adopted nnd approved, ncceptlng bids nnd pro- posnls us follows: Section 1 — Transmission Line Constru- tlon. North Centrnl Mne Service. Altn, la. — $ Section 2 and Section 3 Alternate — Sub-Station . Construction and Switchgenr and Wiring. E. A. Pe• derson Co., Omahn. Nebr. — $72,000.00. Section 4 — Power Plant Bnltdlnir Improvements. Ready-Mix Concrete and Lumber Co., AlRona, la. — $4,464.00. Totnl amount of bids accepted —, Meeting adjourned. /S/ Ira Kohl 'Secretary /S/ Allen Buchanan President of the Hoard. Wagner's D-X sef. gns »- k - 88.80 Greenberg Auto Supp., rprs. _„ 1.93 Algona Imp. Co., rprs - 33.80 Advance Pub. Co., pub. ..- 17.90 Petty Cash, misc. .—.-.. 10.91 DEPOSIT FUND M. O. Parsons rt al. refund --$ 120.00 A resolution finally approving contracts nnd performance bonds of the Ready-Mix Concrntc ft Lumber Co., Algona. In., nnd the E. A. Pedersen Co., Omahn. Neb., for Improvements to the existing Municipal Electric Light & Power System, was passed, approved and adopted. Next meeting tlntc wns set for Mnrcli 15. 1002, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Meeting adjourned. /S/ Irn Kohl Secretnry /S/ Allen Buchanan President of the Board UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A special meeting of the Board o{ Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall, City of Algona, In., Feb. 26, 1962, at 12:00 o'clock noon, • Present Were: Allen Buchanan, O. B. Harmes, Melvin Bay, R. G, Buchanan, Attorney, T. James Palmer, Supt. and Ira Kohl.' 1 Sec. "'here was discussion with respect to bids'taken' oh improvements to UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A postponed meeting of the Bonrd of Trustees of the Aljtnna Municipal Utilities was held In the City Hall, City of Algonn. In., March 0, 1M2, nt 7:30 o'clock P.M. Present Were: Buohnnnn, Bnv. T. .Tames Pnlmcr, Supt., nnd Ira Kohl, Sec. Absent Wns: O. B. Hnrmes. The minutes of the meeting of Feb. 15th. Feb. 23rd nnd Feb. 20th. 1!)02, Were rend and approved. Motion by Buchanan, seconded by Bay, that the vouchers pnvnble be ap- nrovod and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, votlnu "Aye". Buchnnnn nnd Bnv. Voting "Nny", none. Motion cnr- ried. LIGHT FUND Sinclair Rof. Co.. fuel oil S 013.04 C. M. St. P. & P. R.R. Co., freight 80.35 Pnvroll. payroll _ 2,070.52 Milton Bilveu. Inbon _ 1BB.54 Mervln Hentgcs, labor 158.RO Wilbur Bruner. Inbor 117.02 .Tohn Wood, labor 102.01 Iowa State Bank, tnx .150.00 Soc. Soc. Fund., tnx 235.14 Blue Cross, Ins. prcm. 30.30 North Cen. Pub. Ser. Co., gns „_ 5.500.05 Diesel Ser. Co., fuel oil 1,843.45 Mobil Oil Co., fuel oil 902.68 Tulton Iron Works Co.. rprs. .. 1,382.70 Morthlnnd Elcc. Supp. Co., supp. 897.33 Gravhar Elcc. Co., supp. 1,204.47 W. D. Allen, supp 40.67 Tcrry-Durln Co.. supp. 123.!)3 3urmclslcr Elcc. Co., supp. 60.33 31ec. Mnterinls Co. supp, _-„— 05.73 VtcMnster-Cnrr Supp. Co., supp. 3.87 Bob Donl, ser 192.00 3 rntt F.lee. supp. -.J.. 8.8B *. J. Funk. supp. 1C.01 book's Welder's Supp., supp. — 4.08 nd. Towel Ser., ser. 35.50 Sieg-Fort Dodge Co., supp. 2.18 Ames Plumbing Supp. Co., vprs. 16,10 Thompson Dlst. Co., rprs, 4.04 3 lumb Supp., rprs. 12.40 Norton Machine Works, rprs. „ 1.75 Algona Machine Shop. rprs. ... 29.40 lendy-Mix, ser. & supp 80.73 Greenberg Auto Supp., supp. .. 3.34 'redcrlck Hdwc., supp. _- - 5.47 Sherwin-Williams Co., supp. — 1.50 Wagner's D-X Ser., gns 07.19 Kossuth Motor Co., rprs. 13.02 Cent Motor Co., ser. 3.10 .nttn's Bus. Sys., supp. . 20.29 Don Bocken Supp. Co., supp. .. 24.84 A. J. Masuen Co., supp 43.70 Advance Pub Co,, pub. 55.80 Upper Des Molncs Pub. Co., pub - 157.95 The Algona Reminder, ad 30.03 KGLA Radio, ad. 31.05 T. James Palmer, exp _ 36.53 ra Kohl, exp. 20.75 Cossuth Co. Rec., ser. 47.00 lutzell's supp 19.88 N. W. Bell Tele., ser 69.87 3 etty Cash, mlse. - 27.48 own Elec. Light & Power Co. power .- 5,985.00 H. A. Holden, Inc., supp. 4.41 Kossuth Co. Treas., taxes . 654.53 Holiday Display Co., xmas decorations 625.00 Hilton's Super Ser., gas 3.53 WATER FUND Payroll, payroll : $ 398.04 Walter Peterson, labor - 167.9: Maurice Krebsbaoh, labor 107.1' Iowa State Bank, tax 52.4( Soe. Sec. Fund, tax 37.9! Neptune Meter Co., rprs 2.22 Homellte, supp 737.9: Cook's Welder's Supp. supp. — 40.6 Norton Machine Works, i I pYs. 1 'jr '''2.8 ADVERTISEMENT FOR B1D9 ON GENERAL SITE WORK — PHASE II NEW HIGH SCHOOL SITE ALGONA, IOWA INVITATION TO BID Notice Is hereby given thnt scaled Proposals will be received and opened In the office of the Bonrd of Education at the High School Building. Al- Ronn. Iowa at 8:00 P.M., C.S.T., Friday, March 30, 1902 for the following work: Running Track Construction. Proposals must be submitted on the form of Proposal Incorporated In the Specifications. Bidders must submit one bid which will cover all the work necessary to complete the facility. Bids submitted on Individual phases of the work will not be considered. Plnns nnd Speciricntions will be n- vnllnble from the Bonrd Secretnry and/or HARRISON - BRAUER - RIPPEL, Site Planning Consultants, Municipal Airport, Box 328, Ames, Iowa, on or after Friday, March 16, 1962 and up until the time for receiving Proposals. Each Proposal must be accompanied by a certified check In the amount of $1.500.00, made payable to the Board of Education, Algona Community School District, Algona, Iowa, which vill be retained until n contract for he work has been executed pnd bond lied but not for more than twenty lays after the date set for receiving "roposnls. By virtue of statutory authority, pre- ercnce will be given to products nnd jrovlslons grown nnd coal produced vithln the State oC Iowa, according to he provisions of Chnpter 73, Section 3.2, Code of lown, 1954. By virtue of statutory nuthorlty, pre- ercncc will be given to lown domcs- Ic labor, according to the provisions f Chnpter 73, Section 73.3, Code o£ owa, 1954. The right to reject any or nil Pro- osnls Is reserved by the Owner. \LGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT LGONA, IOWA John Hayes President, Board of Education Donald H. Kramer Secretnry, Board of Education NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF . IOWA Cossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 8048 February Term, 1962 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, .hat an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament o£ H. H. Flom, Deceased, dated rtny 31, 1957, having been this day lied, opened and read, Monday the 26th day of March, 1902, Is fixed for icaring proof of same nt the Court House In AlBonn, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the dny nbove mentioned nil persons Interested arc hereby notified and required to appear, nnd show cnuse, if any they have, why Instrument should not be probated nnd nl- lowed as and for the Inst Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 9. 1962. Alma Penrson Clerk of the District Court. Llnnan, Lynch & Straub, Attorneys Algonn, Iowa (10) Holstein Dispersal Selling on the farm Vz mile West and Yz mile South of Swea City, Iowa on — Thursday, March 22 Sale starts at 12:00 o'clock noon Murphy's lunch wagon at the farm 65 Registered Cattle 32 COWS - production age, 10 fresh, 3 springers, balance milking and re bred. Some really outstanding udders. 16 HEIFERS — 16 to 24 mo. old, 10 bred to freshen from May to Oct. others open. 7 HEIFER CALVES - born since July 1st., some 4-H or FFA opportunities, a few babies. 10 BULLS - a 20 mo. old herd sire whose dam has 682 fat 4.7% at 5 yrs. ave. lifetime 568 Fat 4.7%; 6 bull calves 5 to 7 mo. old - some younger. SENSATIONAL PRODUCTION 5 cows from 711 to 748 fat; 6 more over 600 F.; every 2 yr. old for the past 3 years, ave: 511 F; a lifetime brood cows with 5240 fat, 8 lac. aves 4.3 </; . 2 full sisters both over 720 F; 7 daughters of a former sire all over 600 F., average 701 F. During the past 3 yrs. 8 different cows have milked (their best day) from 80.1 Ibs. to 90.8 Ibs. 9 more over 70 Ibs. daily. NOTE - This is one of the ten highest DHIA or HIR herds ever to sell in Iowa. Probably one of the 10 highest loose housing herds now in the Midwest. For 16 yrs. the herd has averaged 506 Ibs. fat; 580 F. 1961; A "Gold Medal" sire was developed in the herd (Eastern Iowa Brds H 88) he has 15 dams: from 530 to 748 fat - 20 daughters sell. Herd was established In 1914, (48 yrs. ago) and not a female has been added in over 40 years. The herd is classified. 3 cows are "Very Good", the udders on young cows are really tops. The herd has never been picked over. If you want outstanding production from a farmer-breeder herd. - it is here. You can afford to drive hundreds of miles for cows like these. — Sales Manager. FINANCING AVAILABLE - Dairy Credit Co. DeKalb, HI., will have a represenative present. Buyers pay Vi down, balance in 6, 12, 18, or 24 monthly payments. AUCTIONEERS - Charles Quinn, Bancroft, Iowa - Clair Clark, Ceylon, Minnesota. SALES MANAGER - Claude E. Wylam, Waverly, Iowa Catalogs at ringside Calfhood Vaccinated T.B. & Bangs' Tested. Ralph H. Walker, Jr. Owner Swea City, Iowa •

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