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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 17, 1962
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Jensen Rites Draw Many From Distance Seneca',— Relatives and friends who caihef from a distance to attend the funeral services for Julius H, Jensen included tfr. and Mrs. H,, Perry Jensen, Cfeorge; Dr. and typ. A, W, Krausei Cherokee; Mr. and Mrs; G. E. Griffith, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kasdorf, pes Moines; Mr. and' Mrs, Ruda- loph Hokettstad, Garretson, South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. tars JON gensen, St.' Paul, Minn,; Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, Waltham, Minn.; Mr. Martin A. Jensen, Mankato, Minn.;,Mr, and Mrs. William Brown, Fairmont, Minn.; Mrs. B. L. Erdahl, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Erdahl, Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Jorgensen ahd Marcella Jorgensen, Blufl'Ekrth, Minn;; Mr. Otto A. Jensen, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox, LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hsfasen. Spencer; Mr. J. M,. Jensen, Mrs.' Minnie Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jerisen, and Mrs. Paul Lemke, Algona; also Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Helgason, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Nielsen, Armstrong; Mrs. Clarence McGuire, and Mr. I. F. Engesser, Bancroft; Mrs. Harry Vahldieck, Wallingford. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thofeson, and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jensen, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wilberg, Mrs. Manno Peiter- sen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Madsen and Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Pat- tersett, Ringsted; and Mr. Roy Jensen, Miss Tena Jensen, and Mr. Russell Jensen, Lone Rock; THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embqlmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service ' '•"•'• I '".' ''''.''. • Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 202U Kramer s W&cfJSD Years Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer, Algona, will observe their golden wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. in St. Cecelia's Academy hall Sunday, April 29. No invitations are being sent, but all friends and relatives are cordially invited to attend. (Isaacson Studio Photo — UDM Engraving) Of Servicemen Memphis, Tenfl. Miller, aviattoti electronles tea niciair airman flppren«6e,-.USNi, son of Mr. ahd Mrs. Mayflfltd, &; Miller" of ii$ S. Roan st. ( and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jensen of Swea City. ' . Mr.. and Mrs. Emit Bierstedt drove to Albert Lea, Sunday and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Willmerts to the Minneapolis Ice Follies Sunday afternoon. Charles Osborn entered the Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Monday morning for medical care. Klockos, Seneca, Back From Visit In Phoenix Seneca — Mr. and Mrs. Cassie Klocko recently returned home after having spent two weeks with their daughter and family, the James Foardes, Phoenix, Ariz. The Foardes moved to Phoenix from Fairmont,. Feb. 1. Mr; Foardes is employed by Sears Roebuck and Company and was transferred to Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs; Donald Dokkeri and family of Sioux City spent the weekend with Mrs. Dokken's parents, the Olaf Oftedahls. , , "Mr...and Mrs. Henry L.ooft spent ! a weekend with their son and family, the Dick Lopfts, Minne- *apolls. MrsI Lawrence Johannesen accompanied them and visited with her daughter, Kathryn, St. Paul. On .Sunday they were joined by Mr. and -Mrs. Jack Tommy, Rochester. Looft and WE CONTRACT COMPLETE WATER SYSTEMS Aermotor or Myers — any trpe system that Does The Best Job For Your Own Particular Farm. AND WE GIVE SATISFACTORY SERVICE - WE ARE GLAD TO OFFER FREE ESTIMATES. McFALL PLUMBING, HEATING & APPLIANCE Phone 159— Fenton FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCI FiNTQN, IA, THE FRIENDLY TAVERN invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, PEERS qnd CEHL EQUIPMENT By*. Phono 3 Ret, Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILPINO SERVICE Per Building . Remodeling PHONE l?5 or 17 Dr. E, W, Ruske OiNTIST Office Phone 79 . Retidence 35 Fenton, lewn The Fenton REPORTER I« T*9 Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In FwteoJ UOYD M. BERKLAND Real Ettatt ireM" 1 W* F«rm And Action Service Phone 233 penton, Iowa Mrs. Larry Swenson and sons, Randy and Terry of Radclifr, visited several days with Mrs. Swenson's parents, the Russel Kauff- mans. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Larson and Ronnie of Mallard and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Preston were recent evening guests of the Howard Prestorls. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Vaudt's brother and family, the Kenneth Johnsons, Fenton. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hannifan of Toledo, Barbara Hannifan and her fiance, Dixon Zanda, both students at Wartburg College, Waverly, Iowa. Russell Strayer New Commander Swea City VFW Swea City — Russell Strayer was i installed as VFW commander of the .Swea City post Monday evening. Other officers installed were Kennie Brones, senior vice; Richard Stevens, junior vice; Warren Thompson, quartermaster; Wallace Johnson, chaplain; : Dr, A,,P.- CJarl!;;; surgeon; Geo. Elliott, judge advocate; Max O'Keefe, retiring commander, was elected as a 3-year trustee. Appointive officers are . was graduated, Marctt 23, fw«, the Avionics Fundamentals at the Naval Air Te6ftnical ing Center, Memphis, Tenn. During the 19-week school, stu* dents receive instruction ift fundamentals of basic electrbnics, jflt eluding theories of alternating and direct currents, radio receiver theory, troubleshooting procedures. and safety precautions. Sheppard AFB, Tex. — Airman Third Class Dennis D. Nerem, son of Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Nerena of LuVerne, is being assigned to Me* Ouire AFB, N. J.; following his, graduation from the United States Air Force technical training course for jet aircraft mechanics here. Airman Nerem was trained to maintain and service jet aircraft' and aircraft systems. . The airman is a graduate of Longmont (Colo.) high school. ; U. S. Forces, Germany — Gerald Alvey, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs., Randell A. Alvey, Bancroft, re : , cently was promoted to specialist' four in Germany where he is serving with the -52nd Artillery. . Specialist Alvey, a fire control, operator in the artillery's Battery!. D, entered the Army in October 1960 and received basic combat training at Fort Riley, Kan. He arrived overseas last August. ] Alvey attended St. John's high, school and was employed by Banks Roofing Company, Des Moines,, before entering the Army. Maxwell AFB, Ala — Captain Gordon D. Heinkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Heinkel of Lu- Verne, is being reassigned toi Barksdale AFB, La., following his graduation from the .United States Air Force Squadron Officer School here April 13. The captain is a graduate of Lu- Verne Independent high school. The Squadron Officer School, a part of the professional officer education system of the Air University, prepares young officers for command and staff positions at, squadron and wing levels. Captain.' Heinkel was selected because of his growth and development tential as a leader in the aero;, space force. , U PP «r ApH! 17, Swea-Eagle By Mrs. Kenneth Bronos Mr. and Mrs. Jim Koons are the new owners of the Irvln Bathe farm in Eagle township, moving there Monday, Apr. 2, from Forest City. The Koons have two children, Douglas, 11, in the 5lh grade and Steven, 8, in the 2nd grade. Mr. and Mrs, David Dontje and family, who lived in Grant township, have moved to the Forest City farm. Mrs. Mary Budlong of Titonka visited Thursday with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones. She had just returned from several weeks in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Augilst Brandt attended the funeral of his grandmother, Mrs. Boyd Pannkuk at Titonka, Tuesday, April 3rd. August Brandt entered Buffalo Center hospital Apr. 3 as a surgery patient. Monday evening dinner guests at the William Gies home were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Link and children and Miss Alice Cole of East Chain. The occasion noted Billie Gies birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duer be- _ B ,,._ r came the parents of a baby girl, coiony'inn.* 1 Mar. 27 at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Little Laura Jean weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces. The Duers have four other children, all boys. Grandparents are Mrs. | John Lodden of Estherville and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duer of Ringsted. Mrs. Carl Lofstrom spent Sunday night to Wednesday morning at the Blue Earth Community hospital for X-rays and treatment. Sheri Kay, infant daughter of the Elmer Alderdyces of Fayette, was baptized Sunday. Sponsors were Janet Walker and Michael Alderdyce. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Alderdyce and Sheri, Janet Walker, Michael Alderdyce, Pastor and Mrs. Youngquist, Mrs. Martin Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peterson, Pearl Dahl, Mrs. Greg Deim, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swanson and Mrs. Carroll Viland and Terri were coffee guests at the Ralph Walkers following the services. .. ...., th« telloyrifig work: Cbnereta Bleacher Construttton , Proposals must be submitted on tho form of Proposal Intorp6f*t»d lf> th* Specification*. Plans and Specifications will be available from tha Board S«tM«ry> at the High School, on or after April 12, I9«J and up until the time for receiving Proposals, Each Proposal must be accompanied by a certified cheek, drawn on an Iowa Bank In the amount of net leu than 10% of the amount bid, made payable to the Board of Education, Alqorw Community School District, Algortit, Iowa, which will be retained until a contract nt the work has been executed and performance bond filed In the amount of not less than 75% of the contract price, but not for more than twenty days after tho dot? set for receiving Proposals, By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to products And provisions grown and coal produced Within the State of Iowa, according to the pro>visions of Chapter 5 73, Section 73.2, Code of Iowa, 1958. By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to Iowa domestic labor, according to the provisions of Chapter 73, Section 73.3, Code of low*, 1958. The right to reject any or. all Proposals Is reserved by tho Owner. ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT, ALGONA, IOWA /S/ John Hayes President, Board of Education /S/ Donald H. Kramer Secretary, Board of Education jbl. Systejn. ret tax . 69.08 i PlBg.,' repairs .... 6.60 'orth Central Gas, service 19.83 'orld Dryef Corp., repairs .... 33.53 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach. salary 133.70 Helmers, salary .. 37.32 Lemkee, salary 180.89 la. State Bank, whold 27.90 la, Empl. Sec. Comm., soc. sec. 136.50 In. Pub. Empl. Ret. System, Ret. Tax •- 152.88 R. J. Funk, plbg., repairs 5.74 Grcenberg, repairs 13.60 Orocn, salary 2$fl.21 Riley, salary ..— i.* SJ.64 Sands, salary •„,.-* 108.99 In. State Bank, Whold 65.60 Trust «f Agency, pension 3.01 In. Empl. Sec. Comm., soc. sec. 174.08 la. Pub. Empl. Ret. System, Ret. Tax 81.01 Directory Service, supplies 35.25 Hutzell's, fias 13.07 Parkins Meter Repair Service, Repairs 23.75 Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met April 11, 1962 with Mayor Shierk and the following named council members. Muckey, StefCnn, Elbert, Andreasen, Firm and Peirce. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Class B beer permit was granted to the Colony Inn and VFW. Cigarette permit was granted to tho ••• i Injured . • • Four year old Marvin Casperson of near Moorhead was injured ser- Krumwiede, guard; Don Forshee, adjutant; Wm. Mather Jr. officer of the day; V. E. Hazelhoff, legislative officer; Claude Haag, patriotic instructor; Carlos Englby, employment officer; Vivian Kinney, post historian, R. T. Barnes, hospital chairman. A Condederate Stag will be held April 24, open to the public. A marble tournament will be sponsored early in May. New President Mrs. Lowell Larson was elected president of the PTA Monday evening. She replaces Richard 0'- Green. Mrs. Amery Charlson was elected vice and Mrs. Dee Davidson was elected secretary-treasurer. Teachers Hired Mrs. Benjamin Meyer, wife of the Lone Rock Presbyterian minister, and Mrs, Ed Peterson, wife of a local grocer, have been hired to teach the two 3rd grade classes at the Swea City Community school for the 1962-63 year. Supt. Ed Stewart announced this week that school will be dismissed May 29 for summer vacation and will resume August 27. iously recently when he passed Lyle, through the beaters of a manure PHONE <?Y 4-353$ - NfWSPAPER Swea City music students returned from the contest Sat. with 5 first places and 16 seconds, Winners in the vocal class were Mike Reynolds, Carol Franks, John Weber, Caryl Larsen, Robin Swanson, Larry Khiber; Girls Sexette, 3; boys octet. Instrumental were Richard Seylar, trumpet; Jim Nelson, piano, and baritone horn; Caryl Larson, bass clarinet ami John Weber tuba; percussion ensemble; saxaphone sextet. Deanery Meeting spreader. Several feet of his intestines had to be removed. 101 Dr. W. F. Dean of Osceola recently renewed his medical license during the observance of his lOisI birthday anniversary. He has been a medical doctor for 68 years and 57 of those years were in Osceola Dr. C. C. Shierk Mayor /S/ David A. Smith City Clerk GENERAL Shierk, salary 112.50 Smith, salary 214.54 Shierk, court costs 43.00 ensen Neon Sign, sign 282.50 a. State Bank, Whold 25.90 a. Empl. Sec. Comm. soc. sec. - 96.56 a. Pub. Empl. Ret. System, Retire. Tax '. 108.15 Vrwoll, Inc., rat control 23.00 .dvance Publ., printing 43.45 . G. Buchanan, legal fees 909.98 . H. Chalstrom, audit 528.00 Hrectory Service, maps 25.00 ounty Recorder, fee 4.50 Messenger Printing, supplies ... 2.25 harp's, supplies 2.00 J.D.M. Publ., printing 29.65 H. Whittemore, att. meetings 30.00 STREET Surtis, salary 184.D7 rambach, salary 155.41 Helmers, salary 102.77 ..ashbrook, salary 187.02 detzen, salary 150.14 ergande, salary 218.15 'rew, salary 197.90 Wlbben, salary „ 123.44 a. State Bank, whold 146.30 a. Empl; Sec. Comm., soc sec., 537.24 a. Pub. Empl. Ret. System, Ret. Tax — - 590.94 Algona Tree Service, trim trees 232.50 Andersen Constr., bldg. fund .. 2,970.90 J. Bradley Equip., mdse. 2.00 Cook's Welders, supplies 01.48 Directory Service, maps 20.25 Sverds Bros., loader hire 305.00 'i. Dodge Towel, service 3.25 Frederick Hdwe., mdse. — 15.73 Funk Plbg., mdse - 1.18 Hilton's mdse. _——,- -— 80.97 Sherwin-Williams, mdse. 7.35 INVITATION TO BID 'Notice is hereby given that scaled Proposals will be received until 7:45 P.M., April 30, 1962, at tho Superintendent's office in the High School building, REPORT OF CONDITION OF BURT SAVINGS BANK of Burt in the State of Iowa at the clos^of business on March 26. 1962. I. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of 157 , 2 20.22 2 u C n 0 ite e dS 0 t"tes~GVw^^^ ' 3! Obligations of States and .Political subdivisions ------- -~~" ; • II. Other assets .............. - ..... ------- ............................ • 12. 13 Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .- 678,945.25 14.' Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships and 2 55,555.14 1.V Dep^sto'oTWte^ HR'^B'W 16 Deposits of States and political subdivisions --------- ... . 118,3^8.52 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ............ — ........ - ..... ---- $1,053,537.81 (a) Total demand deposits ...................... $ 707,082.67 (b) Total time and savings deposits .............. $ 255,555.14 23. Other liabilities TOTAL ASSETS ..................... .......................... . 1,184,828.12 366.15 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES - - — - 1.053,903.06 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25 Capital: (a) Common stock, tola) par value $50,000.00 2li. Surplus - - 27. Undivided profits - 29. 30. 18 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ....... --------- ..... - ..... ---- - 130.024.16 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ------------ 1,184,828.12 We H E liachut, Pros., G. H. McMullen, Cashier and H. E. Rachut, Jr., Ass't Cashier of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. H. E. Rachut, President H. E. Rachut, Jr., Ass't. Cashier G. II. McMullen, Cashier George Patterson ) L. E, Linnan ) Donald W. Patterson ) Directors. Kirby J. Smith ) R. I. Mawdsley ) State ol Iowa, County of Kossuth, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 8th day of April, 13S2, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires July 4, 1963 Glee Bullock, * Notary Public The Northeast Open Deanery Meeting of Sioux City Diqcesan : Council Women will be held at Sts. i Peter and Paul's parish hall, West | Bend, Thursday, Apr. 26, at 1:80 p.m. Registration is front I?: 30 1:30 p.m. A cordial invitation is extended to all pastors and Catholic women in the Lambs Bob Headlee, vocational agriculture student at the Prajcieview school was recently presented with quadruplet lambs born to one of his ewes. The lambs appear almost like two. sets, of twins, with two being darker and larger than the other two nearly white lambs of a similar size., 5:30 A.M. EASTER SUNDAY ALGONA DRIVE-IN THEATRE YOU ARE WELCOME I TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH- Algona G. J. C. G6RJK6, Sleg-Fort, mdse. 19.84 ROAD USE TAX ' H. E. Ahlman, material 106.10 Arnold Motors, material 0.10 Brayton Radiator, repairs ^ 7.60 Eco Machine, repairs 175.00 Gibbs-Cook, repairs „ 8.49 Greenberg, repairs 138.82 Kent Motors, repairs 24.39 Lalng's 1 Plbg.. repairs . PUBLIC SAFETY Boekclmnn, salary 281.79 Bulten, salary — 181. 15 Fisher, salary 137.71 Hutchison, salary 201.27 Jorgenson. salary 101.8!) Mittag, salary — — 1G3.G4 Kohl, salary — 20.00 Voigt, salary -— 103.45 Jensen Neon, sign 5-1.50 la. State Bank, whold. - — 103.70 Trust & Agency, pension 15.44 la. Empl. Sec. Comm., soc. sec. 535.87 Arnold Motors, filter — 2.77 Gopher Shooter's supplies 3.40 Kent Motors, parts 18.20 Hilton's, gas - 25.32 Coast-to-Coast. mdse. 2.11 Fire Engineering, sub. 4.00 Frederick Hdwe., mdse. 13.98 Ira Kohl, expenses 35.20 Ueady-Mlx. remodel 170.24 Algona Fire Co., services 33(1.00 SANITATION la. Empl. Sec. 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In airy power net with vertical stretch front and back, 2-inch elastic top, recessed garters ... big fashion at a mighty small pricel White; sizes S, M, L, XL. ^ QQ < JjQ V BESTFORM'S Panty girdle good-and-!ong for tapered pants and your slimmest skirts. Nylon power net elastic backed with downy stretch nylon. Has rayon, nylon, rubber and cotton elastic panels. Detachable garters, snap-out tab, White. Small to extra large, See the living EASTER BUNNY, IN PERSON ... at your S & L store FRIDAY & SATURDAY, April 13th & 14th ... noon to 5:30. Free balloons and candy to children accompanied by parents.

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