I GeelanHome At Wfiittemore The late Mr ftftd Mrs Henry riey an home was sdld *o the highest bidder Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the court house iti Algoha. Efwitl Schuller of Mallard, was the successful bidder on the house and a lot South of the home. His bid was $8600. Mr^Schulier will move his family to whittemore in the neat future. Me is a Motttian feed salesman. Trf Wed MttcM A miscellaneous shower was held Wednesday evettinv at the Academy hall in honor of Florence Kollasch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles G. Kollasch of here. She will be married to Kenneth Fartell, son of Mr and Mrs Leroy Farrell, also of Whittemore at St. Michael's Catholic church on Monday morning, Mar. 4th. Birthday Surprise Mrs William Meyer Sr. was pleasantly surprised at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Meyer was out at the farm with her son, and at 1:00 one of her daughters called the farm for Mr and Mrs Meyer to come home and on their arrival 18 women neighbors and relatives were sitting in the living room, waiting for her. The occasion was a birthday surprise. The hostesses were her daugh- PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE. IOWA Friday, March 1 FRANK BUHR Sunday, March 3 HENRY CHARLES No Dances During Lent Except Sunday, March 17 St. Patrick's Day DON NOY Sunday, April 21 EASTER DON HOY No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 aftd dffuglitefs-tft-iaw. In the immediate fafhllies lathered fit the Merer htftfti id &te»|tt he* fiirllrdftf, taiiSnt toftt Mf and Mfs Martin Me^er of dafffel-, Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer and daughters and Mr «nd Mfs EdfHii Lieb Imd farrtiiv of Letts Cre%k, Mr anti Mfs Hetrfy Latich and family, Mr attfl 'Mrs Ma|o Meyer, Mr and Mrs Wfflla*i Meyef Jr. and family, Mr and Mrs Alvin Meyef ana tiffin? sftd 1Wf ind Mfs Ernest Meyer and family of hefre and Mf and Mrs Leonard Meyet and sons, of Rodman. Ous SefAlnlhitfs Jf. ahder* toent surgery at the Mefcy hbs- pita ih fort fibdfll, MoMdy. ftbse Schumacher underwent 8Ut|«ty at the Mercy hospital in F oft Dodge, Wednesday morning. Mfs Theodore Ostwald had minof surgefy done at the Mercy hospital in Fort ,Dodge last week Thursday, and was released the same day to come home. Mfs Otto Bell entered the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, Wednesday, for observation. Mr and Mrs Richard Preston are parents of a daughter born at the Memorial hospital in £m- metsburg, FHday» Feb. 8. They now have two daughters. Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver have another daughter born Feb. 8 in St. Ann hospital. Their other daughter, Faith, is 12 year old. Mr and Mfs Joe Nqwland are proud parertts of a son born Tuesday, Feb. 19. in the Memorial hospital ih Emmetsburg. They have a boy and a girl now. Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien have a new son born Feb. 19 in St. Ann hospital,in Algona. They now have two Tooys and three girls. * Mr and Mrs Don Conrad have a new guest at their home. A son was born Feb. 20. He arrived in St. Ann' hospital. They now have a son and a daughter. Mrs Ross Vaux of West Bend spent from Wednesday until Friday at the home of her son-in- law . and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith. Mr Vaux left via bus from here for lowe City where he entered the University hospital to have a cataract removed from one of his eyes, Friday. FRI., MARCH 1st KENNY HOFER SAT.. MARCH 2nd JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra TUES« MARCH 5th Mercury-Recording Artists The Sh-Boom Boys THE CREW CUTS ALSO AL NOYCE & ORCH. Reservations Available Adm. 1.60 plus tax, tot. l.GO Here's Where Your Corn Crop Profits^Begin The difference in seed corn cost per ocra varies only about 70c whether you plant the best hybrid ovoiloble or the cheapest seed you can buy. But think of the difference in the profit you'll moke from a corn that yields on extra 3 bushels, 5 bushels-or even more -per acre. So start your corn crc-p by plant* ing a hybrid thot will give you those extrq bushels in the fall. Pioneer hybrids ore known throughout the Corn Belt for their high yield* and dependability, year offer year, Plant PIONEER R, I. Mawdsley Algona C I. Bailey *, Algoha Aaron Steussy ... - Algona Eugene Kollasch Bode Harold Jones ,..,..,, Swea City T. O. Johnson „... Swea City Walter Vaudt Whittemore Robinson Produce Wetlty Mr and Mrs Hugo Gade of Algona and Mrs Mathilda Meyer were W*a*i«ito inning tailed at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sots* Craig and Kern visited with Miss Wahda Hanson in Spencer, Wednesday evening. Miss Hanson and Mr Espe are cousins. Mr ahd Mrs George Meyer Were Friday evening visitors at the hottte of Mrs Mathilda Meyer. Titonka Man Weds, Feb. 10 Titonka — Ruby L a v o n n e Smith, daughter of Mr and Me? George Smith of Harcourt and Gene Kenneth Peterson, son of Mr ahd Mrs Ernest Peterson of Titonka, were married Sunday, Feb. JO, at 2:30 in the Methodist churen at Harcourt. Matron of honor Was her sister Shirley and her bridesmaids Were Norma Johnson of Fort Dodge and Barbara Evans of Mankato. Candle lighters were Carol Ann Koppen of Rake, niece of the groom and Clara Jo Danielson of Harcourt, friend of the bride. Flower girl was Lois Bentley of Titonka, niece of the groom. The bridegroom's attendants were Richard Peterson and Merle ahd Larry Peterson, all brothers of the groom. A reception was held at the Harcourt school house for approximately 200 relatives and friends. Mrs Lucille Koppen, sister of the .groom, was in charge of the guest book while another sister of the groom, Mrs Lei a Bentley cut and served the wedding cake. The bride is a graduate of Harcourt high school, attended Tobin Business college at Fort Dodge and has been employed by the Public Loan Corporation at Fort Dodge. The groom is self employed as a carpenter at Fort Dodge and was a graduate of Titonka high School. After a week's honeymoon trip they will make their home in an 'apartment in Fort Dodge. Village Gossip Covers News . Again, Sexton By The Village Gossip Sexton — A number of Sexton residents are getting an early start on spring remodeling. The two hostesses scheduled to navp the February Friendly Club meeting, Mrs Art Hjx and Mrs Wilford Ward, are both in the middle of home remodeling. Therefore the meeting will be held the last Thursday at the home of Mrs Elmer Phillips with Mrs Bob Kelley assisting. Mrs John Jennings can sit back and relax the rest of the winter now that the repapering and cleaning job»at her house is finished. Mrs Koppen of Whittemore did the papering and Mrs Pruisman and Mrs Ralph Parsons finished up the cleaning, while Mrs Jennings took over the important job of serving lunch to the workers. Population Boost There has bee.ri another increase in population with the addition of two new families recently. Mr and Mrs Frank. Pruisman and family have rented the former Joe Cink hoir\e. Mr Pruisman is up but still unable to work after breaking his back in a fall while doing carpenter work last year. Mr and Mrs Ralph Witham were helped in their moving in the Glenn Gabriolson tenant house 'by Art and Lyle Alexander. Mr Witham will work at the Gabrielson farm this year. Since moving Mr and Mrs Witham have, become grandparents for the first time also. When the local residents vacationing for tho winter in other areas return there should bo a good -sized city here. Mr and Mrs Martin Mimbach arc with their daughter and son-in-law in Massachusetts. They have sent word they are the proud grandparents of 0 new grandson they are helping care for. They are expected oack this spring at least in time for Martin to put in his garden. Mary McMahon headed south to spend some time in Dallas again but since she never writes news of her trip will have to wait for her return. Mr and Mrs Art Hix have already returned homo after spending a month at the Victor Fitch hcane taking care of things, while Mr and tflrs Fitch were in California. Supper guests at the Hix home this week were Mr and Mrs George Hix, Mr and Mrs Victoj Fitch and Ben Leek. Some .local residents have also •been invited to parties jn the Plum Creek area the past week. Mrs August Kirschbaum and Mrs Leo l&rschbaum and family attended lh,e birthday party in honor of Patrice Bade at the Roland Bade tiame, The Roland fiocles were also surprised hosts to some neighbors coming for a hqusewajming pajty for the odes' new home. Mr- and Mi'se John Jennings attended a farewell party at Plum Creek for their daughter and son-in-law. Mr and Mrs Clarence Canaday. The Cana- days are moving to a farm neur Jrvingtuii. Council Minute* The City Council met In refular sessten Jan. 30, 1967 with tfie Mnydr and all Councttmen present. The minutes of the meeting held Jan. 8, 1957 was read and approved. It was approved by the Council that the May&i- and Chief of Police attetrd a Safety Workshop at Storm Lake. Iowa, and that necessary and actual expense be paid by the City. „ Pass, Adopted and Approved Resolution appointing new City Attorfldy Russell G. Buchanan. Accepted John Carroll's letter Of resignation dated Jan. 30, 1957. Preliminary drawings relating to certain drainage work Ift the East part of the City of Algot/a Was presented to the Council by Morton Blttirtter. Although plans were not complete they woutti be satisfactory for the present purpose of the City and to proceed further would involve unnecessary expense. A proposed amendment to the contract between City of AlgOha and Collins, Thompson, and Willis was read and discussed. Resolution to amend contract was passed, adopted, and approved. Ira Kohl. Fire Chief, annual report was approved and the Fire Chief was authorized to obtain bids on a smoke ejector, SOO feet of Hi inch hose, 300 feet of 2'.4 inch hose and to purchase a 28 foot extension ladder and 3 salvage covers. Also agreed that the Fire Chief be reimbursed for his necessary and actual expense In setting up the rural fire district. Following parking meters to be installed Were approved on recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission, on North Dodge Street between Call and State Street north of the alley a. east side of the Street, meters permitting twelve minutes parking, b. four stalls in front of the bakery and Kossuth Mutual Ins. bulld- Inf on the west side, regular two hour parking meters. Building permits approved . No 2885 Earl Spraguo, No. 2B84 Leroy Lau and No. 2881 Mid-West Service Co. Offer from Jtm Egli to rent land from city was tabled. It was moved that Chester Schultz of Ottumwa, Iowa, be paid mileage for his interview with the Council for the Engineer vacancy. Following claims approved. Oenetal Government Fund Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, salary 150.00 David A, Smith, salary 122.52 Lewis K. Ferguson, salary 16.85 Albert Boekelman, rrit control program 37.70 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax _ — 18.50 F. L. McMahon, city treas. annual salary - 60.00 Iowa Employment Security Comm. social security ,_ 92.86 Iowa Public Employees' Retirement System, retire, tax 147.98 Dr. Cameron C. Shierk. legal toe 4.00 Dr, Cameron C. Shierk, exp. 24.36 Dr.'Cameron C. Shierk, exp. .. 30.00 City Clerk, advanced cash 8.76 Friden Calculating Mach. Co., Inc., Maint. Agreement 50.00 Mason City Blue Print Ser., maps 40.40 Koch Brothers, office supp 10.31 Reinders Mfg. Co.. table 29.60 Koss. Co. Treas., board & lodging of prisoners (1956) 47.90 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., service "•"" Matt Parrott & Sons Co., office supp. 45.73 Blossom Ins. Agency, workmens compensation audit 26.71 Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co., legal publication 34.28 Dr. Robert R. Horton. city health officer fee for 1956 • 50.00 John R. Carroll, legal fees 116.14 Street Fund Jess E. Lashbrook, salary 138,14 Albert Pergande, salary 115.45 Glenn F. Burtis. salary — 115.45 Raymond W. Metzen, Jr., sal. 98,45 Richard Frambach, salary 9g.«> Donald Prew. salary .-- - 113.45 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax' 5 °'°° Iowa Employment Security Comm.. social security „ - 239.50 la. Public Empl. retirement syst. _ retirement tax 386.es Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., service 10 -'*° Coming Attractions Every Sunday Smorgasbord Serving from 5 to 9 Tuesday — Married Couples Dancing Club Fri., March 1 — Free Wedding dance by Mr " and Mrs Eddie Grabonoski Sat.. March 2 — Benefit dance by the Dolliver. la. Legion Music by Hugh Neumans Orch. HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. BANCROFT and His Orchestra For Booths Call 4101 WE CARRY A •COMPUTE SUPPLY OF AUROVIM BHMBBBBBBBBBwBBKlBBHBHBBi FOR YOUR SWINE AND POULTRY CLOVER LEAF HATCHERY Algono, Iowa 9-10 ftdwi*, mdse. 75 37 S*rv. Oil Co.. fuel oil"" 68:32 Continental Oil Co.. pas 12045 Standard Oil Co.. paving asphalt 86.37 Zep Mffc. Corp.. *tt*»t bi-ooms S4.52 Tnc Carey Salt Co., salt 68.00 instnirhent Rnpalr Serv.. sorv £000 Blossom Ins. Ag»ncy. workmen's eomp. audit '.. . 4004 The Algon.1 Ins. Agency, ad'ici'i fleet on city fleet nun it . . 278 Botsford Ltmihfr Co.. repairs «t supplies 3o.&) H. J. Cowan Contractor & Builder, air compressor & operator IS 30 Mason City Builders Supply Co., calcium chloride 26.60 F. S. Norton & Son, lumber . 7000 Kossuth Motor Co., repnirs ... 2322 Ky's Oil Co.. gas 367.08 Public Safety Fund Albert Boekelman. salary 15297 Richard H. Oroen. salary'... 13837 ErneSt W. Hutchison, salary 141 37 Peter C. Jorgenson. Salary 12437 Kenneth J. McBride. salary . 10!) 12 William I. Ankenbauer. salary 100.35 Iowa State Bank, withholding „ *9K ... ........ ... .......... ..... 48.30 la. Emply. Security Comm.. social security ....... ._ ...... 176.97 Iowa Public Empl. Retirement .......... ... ............ ... The- .Gopher Shooter's Supply, mris". & supp. ... ..... . . ..... ...I. 223.B2 Gmnscn Ire., rndsp. . ._ _ __ 7011 William I. Ankenbauer, clothing Allowance --.. ....... .. ..... . 100.00 NorllnveMern Bfll Tele. Co.. service . _ ..... .. _____ . . 2525 City Clerk, adv. cash ..... _____ 7.34 Ira Kohl, salary _______ ...... _ 2000 Ralph Elbert. salary .... ........ _ 10.00 Cook Welder'* Supply, oxygen 3.85 John Chalgrcn, recharge CO/2 bottles .. ....... ___________ ...... . 15.89 Blossom Ins. Agency, workmen's comp. audit _______ _____________ 65.00 Koss. Motor Co., anti-freer.e . .. 8.50 Aleona Fire Co.. service _________ 322.00 Taylor Imple. Co.. repairs . _. 53.11 Ky's Oil Co.. gas ________________ 70.17 Sanitation Fund Lewis K. Ferguson, salary ___ 370.12 James A. Egll, salary ___________ 148.95 Fred Gronbach, salary . ........ 99.65 Thursday, Peb. 28, 195? Alflona (la.) Upp*t Dn Wflfnti-S Albert Baas, salary .... „ 16363 Teresa Norton, salary _*.. _ W.07 Grnrge Welg, Jr., labor „ 83.89 Roakus HelmerS, labor _.. 65.49 Wiener Helmers, labor 155/19 Iowa St.ite Bank, withholding tax _._ 66,44 Iowa Ernpl. Security Comm., social security ... . .... 340.57 la. Public Empl. Retirement syst. retirement tax ... 207.74 Instrument Repair Serv.. syrv. SO.OO Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. .„ <HJ4 H. J. Cowan Contractor & Builder, air compressor & operator 21.00 Mason City Blue Print Co., mfips 14.85 Kohlhaas Hardware, mdse. 4.54 Dr. F. E. Sawyer, rent 35.00 City Clerk, advance cash 1.20 Blossom Ins. Agency, workmen's compensation audit 150.47 Phillips Petroleum Co.; furnace oil — — ... 78.00 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., Sen-fee — , ------ ... ^.i...,-. cities Serv. Ofl &., tm «t * « Ko*s. Motor Co. ..repair , _____ ._ Christian tvernert.. refund — ,.-- Parfclng MsJSt Fatti Nanry Sands, s.ilaty ______ ^ ___ Raymond J. Krebs, salary ____ town State Bank, withholding tn x- City Clerk, advanced eaSninr ta. Empl. Security Comm., social security „_-. _________ „ ia. Public Retirement 'Systern, ret. tax ............ ..... ;.„„ Magee-Hate Park-O-Meter Co., supp ..... ------- ........ * Airport Fund Algona Municipal Util., water Don's Service Co., fuel it kerO. Recreation Fund Blossom Ins. Agency, workmen's comocnsatlon audit ... _____ ,. DebJ. Service Fond Iowa State Bank, interest ___ ... §4,» ^. 77 9n fi.Sil 48.88 ,78.08 182,38 81 90 .41 42.88 10.M 3.00 168.11 62.87 40.00 RAISERS USE AUROVIM TO NAIL DOWN PROFITS YOU COULD EASILY LOSE! Right now during the heavy farrowing period and the worst weather months of the year your hogs need AUROVIM to make profits for you.. AUROVJM, containing AUREOMYCIN® Chlortetracycline, important vitamins and mineral powder, will hot only help you avoid the heavy disease, stress and baby pig"losses that occur at this time of year — but will also help you make extra profits. 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