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t POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, February^UM Allamakee County Board Proceedings MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS December 31, I96U ' Board met aa preadojumed. Members nil present. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. mortal as follows- Board counted the cash in the various offices and reported as touows. .Auditor Treasurer afceriff •Recorder Bank Fish and Came -Cierk of Court On motion board adjourned. L. E. Ricker •County Auditor Currency $ 28.00 2,175.00 .00 8.00 5.00 Silver $ 1.65 39.60 .00 9.30 .45 Checks Acc't. Rec. Total $ 17.90 $ 47.55 5,919.97 8,132.57 .00 .00 1.00 217.50 235.80 622.80 607.25 5.45 John Baumgartner, Chairman Board of Supervisors MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS January 3, 1961 Board met in regular January session. Members present: John H. Baumgart' •nor, Morrell Yohe and Alton J. Bulman. John H. Baumgartner. Supervisor Elect having filed his bond and having it Approved by the Judge of District Court was duly qualified and assumed the duties of his office. Motion made and seconded that Morrell L. Yohe be appointed as Chairman «/ the Board of Supervisors for the year 1961. Motion carried. RESOLUTION NAMING DEPOSITORIES BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of Allamakee County, Iowa That we do hereby designate the following banks to be depositories of Allamakee -Coraty funds in the amounts not to exceed the amount named opposite each of smd designated depositories and the County Treasurer is hereby authorized to eleposit^the county funds in amounts not to exceed the aggregate amounts named Com aheller 300 gal. gas tank Surge milker 25.00 50.00 450.00 Cream separator . In n *2n John Deere A and cultivator i'lnnnn Karmall tractor and cultivator — A 1 n «'n n Disc - - * U3 - UU Thrashing machine 2 Spreaders 2 Tractor plows 2 Harrows Gehl stock cutter I Side rake Wagon box and wood rack Pickup grain box 1 flat bed wngon box 12 ft. grain drill 2 hay racks 2 horse mowers 2 steel wheel wagons 2 rubber tired wagons 1 bob sled Cehl mill 150.00 720.00 250.00 125.00 825.00 475.00 30.00 25.00 60.00 200.00 50.00 35.00 10.00 300.00 5.00 350.00 Frankville News MRS. ROY KNEESKERN Correspondent 1959 Chev. Pickup"""-!-""------- - ''^HR 40* elevator 2 set of harness 1 7-ft. grain binder I corn binder I Clipper fanning mill nnd motor 1 Tractor snow plow I Tractor mower and hookup Hay baler 2-row tractor picker Electric fences and posts Circulating fan in hog house 1 VAC Case tractor 475.00 10.00 50.00 50.00 60.00 10.00 300.00 1,200.00 1,700.00 75.00 65.00 50.00 BUILDING FENCE IS LEGAL DUTY, SUI REPORT SAYS for said bank as follows, to-wit: MAXIMUM DEPOSIT UNDER THIS RESOLUTION $800,000.00 300,000.00 Iowa 300,000.00 300.000.00 200,000.00 200,000.00 NAME OF DEPOSITORY LOCATION ~Wankon State Bank,, Waukon, Iowa —, •Postville State Bank, Postvillc, Iowa -Citizens State Bank. Postville, Iowa Kerodt Bros. Sav. Bank. Lansing. Iowa New Albin Savings Bank. New Albin, Iowa Farmers & Merchants Savings Bank, Waterville, The vote on the resolution is as follows: AYES— Morrell L. Yohe, Chairman John Baumgartner, Member Alton J. Bulman, Member NAYS—None Dated at Waukon. Iowa, this 3rd day of January, 1961. Attest: :1_ E. Ricker, County Auditor RESOLUTION NAMING DEPOSITORIES BE IT RESOLVED By the Board of Supervisors of Allamakee County, Iowa: Tb*t we do hereby designate the following named banks to be depositories of Allamakee County funds in amounts not to exceed the amount named opposite each •as* said designated depositories and tha County Auditor is hereby authorized to -slBPosit the County Funds named for said banks as follows, to-wit: MAXIMUM DEPOSIT UNDER -NAME OF DEPOSITORY LOCATION THIS RESOLUTION 5»Wukon State Bank. Waukon. Iowa $12,000.00 The vote on the resolution is as followa: AYES: Morrell L. Yohe, Chairman John Baumgartner, Member Alton J. Bulman, Member NAYS: None. Dated at Waukon, Iowa, this 3rd day of January, 1961. Attest: L. E. Ricker. County Auditor RESOLUTION NAMING DEPOSITORIES BE IT RESOLVED By the Board of Supervisors of Allamakee County, Iowa: That we do hereby designate the following named banks to be depositories of the County Funds in amounts not to exceed the amount named opposite each of said -daatgaated depositories and the Clerk of Court is hereby authorized to deposit ' ~ ' 1 *•! Brn n„ n ,a nnrned f Total Machinery Grain and Feed 2500 bu. of corn — 2 - 5 2?-SS 1500 bu. of oats '• l ? 50 S 30 ft. silage 1,250.00 100 T. of hay — Straw 1,200.00 800.00 Total 20 sows 94 feeder pigs 12 butchers 1 boar 200 chickens 2 horses 31 milk cows 24 heifers 10 heifer calves 4 veal calves 1 steer I bull 1,700.00 2,350.00 540.00 90.00 300.00 160.00 8.525.00 5,400.00 750.00 160.00 180.00 400.00 $18,910.00 $6,875.00 ™"*County FundsirTamounts not to exceed the aggregate amounts named for ^ bank a. follows, to-wit: MAXIMUM DEPOSIT UNDER KAME OF DEPOSITORY LOCATION THIS RESOLUTION Waukon State Bank. Waukon. Iowa $35,000.00 The vote on the resolution is as follows: AYES: Morrell L. Yohe, Chairman John Baumgartner, Member Alton J. Bulman, Member NAYS: None. , Dated at Waukon. Iowa, this 3rd day of January 1961. Attest: L. E. Ricker, County Auditor RESOLUTION NAMING DEPOSITORIES BE IT RESOLVED By the Board of Supervisors of Allamakee County, Iowa: T&at we hereby designate the following named banks to be depositories of the County Funds not to exceed the amount named opposite each of said designated depositories and the County Recorder is hereby authorized to deposit the County 'rands in amounts not to exceed the aggregate amount named for said bank as * Mom - *°.vnl: MAXIMUM DEPOSIT UNDER »AME OF DEPOSITORY • LOCATION THIS RESOLUTION •Waukon State Bank, Waukon. Iowa $4,000.00 The vote on the resolution is as follows: AYES: Morrell L. Yohe, Chairman John Baumgartner. Member Alton J. Bulman. Member NAYS: None. Dated at Waukon. Iowa, this 3rd day of January, 1961. Attest: L. E. Ricker. County Auditor RESOLUTION NAMING DEPOSITORIES BE IT RESOLVED By the Board of Supervisors of Allamakee County, Iowa: That we do hereby designate the following named banks to be depositories of the Cmmty Funds in amounts not to exceed the amount named opposite each of said 1 depositories and the County Sheriff is hereby authorized to deposit the ^County Funds in amounts not to exceed the aggregate amount named for said *-* " f ° ll0WS - tOWit: MAXIMUM DEPOSIT UNDER *AME OF DEPOSITORY LOCATION THIS RESOLUTION Waukon State Bank. Waukon Iowa $2,500.00 The vote on the resolution is as follows: AYES: Morrell L. Yohe. Chairman John Baumgartner. Member Alton J. Bulman. Member NAYS: None. Dated at Waukon. Iowa, this 3rd day of January, 1961. Attest: L. E. Ricker, County Auditor Quarterly reports for the following officers were presented, read and approved: Uoyd R. Kolsrud, Clerk of Court; L. E. Ricker, Auditor; William M. Huffman. Sheriff; Keith E. Bigelow, Recorder, and Paul N. Hueneman, J. P. Yearly reports for the following officers were presented, read and approved: Keith E. Bigelow, Recorder; L. E. Ricker. Auditor; Lloyd R. Kolsrud, Clerk of Court; William M. Huffman, Sheriff, and Paul N. Hueneman, J.P. Official bond of John W. Shafer, elected County Attorney for Allamakee -County, for term beginning January I, 1961. and ending December 31, 1962 was presented, read and approved. Board ordered that bounties be paid as follows for year 1961: Fox, $2.00; Ground Hog, .20: Pocket Gopher, .10; Rattlesnake, $1.00; Adult Wolf, $10.00; Cwb Wolf. $4.00; Lynx. .50; Wild Cat, .50; as per section 350.1 and 350.2 1958 Cade of Iowa. Motion made and seconded that the following cash allowance of $8.00 per roenth be paid: Glen Burt, George Mohn and Mrs. Clarence Sheriff. Motion carried. Moved and seconded that the County Auditor be authorized to pay all charges oe freight, express, postage, drayage, water, lights, telephone and rent, upon receipt of claimants verified bills of same. Also salaries and payrolls where such -ootnpensation has been previously set by the Board of Supervisors In accordance .with Section 333.4, 1958 Code of Iowa. Motion carried. Motion made and seconded that John Baumgartner be appointed Committee man for Court House and Alton J. Bulman as Coram it teem an for County Home for the year 1961. Motion carried. Report on the Institute and Library Fund by Duane E. Lodge, County Super mtendent. was presented, read and approved. Board ordered that $150.00 be paid to Teacher's Institute as per Section 272.5. 1956 Code of Iowa. Official Bond of Alden F. Wiley appointed Medical Examiner in and for Al faroakee County for term beginning January 1, 1961, and ending December 31, 1962, was presented, read and approved. Official bond of Lloyd G. F. Schroeder, Justice of Peace, of Town of Postville. Post Township, was presented, read and approved. Motion made and seconded to set the Bailiff salary at $6.00 per day. Motion carried. Board of Supervisors instructed the County Auditor to notify the four off!' d*l newspapers that bids will be received at Auditor's Office on 400 copies of the I960 Financial Report up and until 2:00 o'clock P. M. January 18, 1961. The Board authorized the County Auditor to destroy all useless documents in accordance with Section 332.15, 1958 Code of Iowa. On motion board adjourned to meet January 4, 1961 at 9:00 A. M. Attest: BOARD OF SUPERVISORS, ALLAMAKEE COUNTY L- E. Ricker. County Auditor Morrell L. Yohe, Chairman MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS January 18, 1961 Board met as preadjourned. Members all present. Minutes of last meeting read and approved. State Examiner's report of 1959 was presented to the Board and the Board ordered Auditor to put same on file in Auditor's office. Board of Supervisors took inventory at the County Home and ordered same to be made part of the minutes. INVENTORY AT COUNTY HOME 246 acres of land 13,500.00 Home 72,314.00 Bam 4,353.00 Other buildings 10,153.00 Total Real $100,320.00 Machinery I A. C. Tractor 1 Corn Shredder 2 Galvanized stock tanks 1 Silage Cutter 1 32' ladder ~1 Deep well pump 2 Wheel barrow# —; 1 Corn Planter 52 Grain sacks 4 Power meat grinder I Iron kettle I Wood saw "1 Woven wire stretcher __-— I Brooder bouse —— 200 ft. fire hose __ - Shop tools 1 Electric drill — Forks and shovels 2 wire stretchers and hand saws 3 lawn mowers — 2 Loading chutes 2 Log chains - — •Cream can and pails Chicken waterers and feeders Total — . Kitchen UtenaiU and Supplies, Furniture and Fixtures Kitchen Utensils and supplies 6,7 J??S Furniture and Future* ".096.00 Total . Total Personal Property GRAND TOTAL. REAL AND PERSONAL — Expenditures Steward and Matron's salary 5,200.00 Other help 9 * 3 *Z\}2 Repairs _ _ 817.92 Light — 1,574.26 Fuel __ 2.148.07 Provisions . 6,541.54 Clothing .?5?'S? Medical expense 2.196.93 Furniture and fixtures 3,103.44 Machinery 1,380.00 Stock and poultry 2.014.52 Grain, feed and seed _ 3.923.12 Insurance 229.90 Telephone 231.14 Hardware and supplies 2,840.25 IIIII" 250!00 50.60 58.80 172.42 _ 19.97 22.20 255.00 $20,555.00 $12,834.00 .$ 59,174.00 _$I59,494.00 Gas and oil Rent - pasture Subscription and Membership dues Printing _ Meetings Freight Reimbu rsement Maintenance Total Receipts Produce — 13.656.17 Care of patients 3,616.41 Total Inventory, January 1, 1960 Less farm and general improvements _— 49,665.45 Expense for year (minus general Imp.) 43,339.72 Total Sale of produce; and care and keep 17,272.58 Inventory December 31, I960 less farm and permanent improvements 59,174.00 $43,339.72 $17,272.58 Total $93,005.17 $93,005.17 $76,446.58 $76,446.58 gas 4 hog feeders •i Power grinder and motor . 2 Hog waterers _. 2 Feed bunks 850.00 150.00 48.00 325.00 35.00 2.200.00 40.00 315.00 40.00 35.00 20.00 10.00 7.00 75.00 100.00 75.00 25.00 50.00 20.00 20.00 50.00 10.00 35.00 50.00 25.00 110.00 25.00 70.00 35.00 Net cost above receipts $16,558.59 Net cost per year per inmate 321.36 Net cost per inmate per week 6.18 Motion made and seconded to accept Leon Henderson's resignation as County Treasurer effective March 1, 1961. Motion carried. Motion made and seconded to appoint Arthur Wendel as County Treasurer effective March 1, 1961. Motion carried. Motion made and seconded to issue a refund warrant to Leland DeLong in the amount of $94.90 for refund on personal property tax of 1959, due to moving out of State in February of 1959. Motion carried. Official Bond of Paul A. Schutto appointed Deputy Sheriff for term of four years from 1st day of January 1961, was presented, read and approved. Motion made and seconded to accept the bid of Waukon Newspapers for $277.75 for printing 400 copies of the Financial Report of I960. Motion carried. Motion made and seconded to hire Mr. and Mrs. William Moritz as steward and stewardess at the County Home for 1961 at a salary of $5,700.00. Motion carried. RESOLUTION BE IT RESOLVED that the resolution adopted January 5. 1961, with regard to "Regulations Governing Secondary Road Employees" and "Regulations Governing County Engineers Office Employees" be amended as follows, to wit: First under the heading "office and field employees" that the monthly rate of Gary Reeder be changed to $225.00 per month. Second that paragraph "compensatory time off" be changed to read as follows: "When the County Engineer requires that an employee paid on a monthly basis work hours in excess of the basic eight (8) hours per day or forty-four (44) hours per week then the employee will be given additional compensation based on extra hours worked multiplied by an hourly rate to be determined by dividing the monthly salary by the basic hours for the month in which overtime occurs. Third that these changes be retroactive to January I, 1961. On motion board adjourned to meet February 4. 1961 at 9:00 o'clock A, M. L. E. Ricker, Auditor Morrell L. Yohe Chairman of Board of Supervisors Luana News MRS. ARTHUR BERG Correspondent St. John's Lutheran Church L. W. Reuther, Pastor Sunday, February 12, 9:30 a. m — Divine service. 10:45 a. m.—Sunday school and Bible classes. Thursday, February 9, 7:15 p. m.—Junior choir rehearsal. 8:00 p. m.—Senior choir rehearsal. Ash Wednesday, February 15, at 7:30 p. m.—Holy Communion. Announcements Tuesday afternoon and evening, February 14. No Luther League this month. Methodist Church E. Wayne Hllmer, Pastor "People who complain that they don't get all they deserve should congratulate themselves." Services the first and third Sundays of the month at 9:15 a. m. Monday, 7:30 p. m.—Junior Choir and Fellowship. Friday, 7:45 p. m.—World Day of Prayer Union Service at the Mo nona Methodist Church. Other Luana News. Alan Arthur, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hoth, was bap tized Sunday morning during the church services at the Lutheran Church. Sponsors were Mr. Keith Mohning and the Rev. Carlton Wagner. A 71b., 3 oz. baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Kneeskern at the Community hospital in Postville on Monday, January 30." Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perkins, Jr. and children of Martelle spent the weekend with their parents, the Roy Brown and Jack Perkins, Sr. families. Henry W. Schultz was taken by ambulance to the Community Hos pital in Postville last Wednesday and is a medical patient there. Mrs. Minnie Collins and Mrs. Amanda Knuth were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Rosena Krambeer. Mrs. Helen Campbell was a supper guest of Mrs. Anna Gentz Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Baade spent Monday in the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schlitter, at Fort Dodge. Their daughter, Verla Baade, who had been visiting in the Schlitter home, returned home with her parents. Gary Rose of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Darol G. Rose and family of Rock Falls, Illinois spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose and family. HAIR, Kandis Strayer of rural Swea City has never had her hair cut and it now measures 33 inches long. @VER 100,000 SAVED BY HEART SUR6ERV INVALIDISM OR PREMATURE DEATH AWAITED CHILDREN WITH INBORN HEART DEFECTS A GENERATION AGO Mr. and Mrs. Carl Letchford were Sunday afternoon visitors at tte home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Webster in Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gr.nna and family and Mrs. Esther Ask went, to Ridgcwny last Monday evening to help Mrs. Grinna's father celebrate his 70th birthday anniversary Mr Knmstad is spending a few davs this week at the Grinna homo. Sharon Brown and Karen Brandt of Postville were supper guests on Wednesday evening at the home or Karen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt, near Frankville. Mr and Mrs. Melvin Peterson went to Dubuque last Saturday where thev were overnight guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kohl and family. They were Sundav dinner guests at the home of Mr* and Mrs. Bart Guler in Dubuque. Mrs. Guler and Mrs. Peterson are sisters. Ronald Van Wey of I. S. T. C. in Cedar Falls spent the past weekend with his mother, Mrs. Walter Van Wey. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Headington went to Austin on Sunday where they were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Headington and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bollman and Neil went to Waukesha where they attended funeral services for James L. Drew on Thursday morning. . Mrs. Leora Ambrose was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Webster in Waukon on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Mvrtle Webster will entertain the W. C. T. U. at her home on Thursday afternoon of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt. Karlene and Konnie were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Tena Headington in Decorah where they joined Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pfister for the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gremm entertained a few friends for a 500 card party on Saturday evening. A lunch was served and the following attended: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sweeney of Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thornton of Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wilder. Willing Workers met at the church Thursday afternoon with a good attendance. Vice president. Mrs. Leland Walby presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Alwin Walby. Mrs. Leo BirdseU gave the devotions. Mrs. Perlie Cook and Mrs. Merle Cook were hostesses. The ladies are planning on serving lunch at the Eldo Peck farm sale next Monday. February 13. The Society has been invited to attend a ^eeting at the Postvill Church on February 1". I Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crabtree of Decorah were Sunday dinner guests and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gipp and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Luebke were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Schutta. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jacobson and Judy of West Union were Sunday afternoon visitors at the James Monroe home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schweine- fus and Leslie Allen spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Monroe near Castalia. where their father. George Allen is ili. Otto Hughes came home Monday from Postville Hospital where he has been a patient for a few weeks. The Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Robert Reynolds Mondav evening. Mrs. Ruth Stegen was the leader. The topic was "Th^ Far East"., with additional articles read on "Patriotism". For Roll Call the group responded with ways for the East and West to meet and work together. Lunch was served following the Flag Salute and the reading of the Collect. The next meeting will be held in March The W. C. T. U. will meet this week Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Webster. Creamery Meeting. The annual meeting of the Farmer's Cooperative Cheese Factory was held at the church basement Monday afternoon. February 6 with 41 members in attendance. 1,465,697.5 pounds of cheese was manufactured from a total of 14' 583,690 pounds of milk purchased £QV fa ™ CrS ' with - a tota " of 519,355 pounds of butterfat at average test of 3.56. The bulk of the cheese is shipped to brokers in Wisconsin and Iowa This year a total of 3,545.25 pounds !' h«*e WM purchased by the pa- tons. Cheese sold to stores and L0CA I LY amo »n'ed to m. 342.00 pounds. The Cheese Maker. Fred Steuri and family came here in 1953 n nr worked in the old factory for ™! y ar ri fl?o a m re t C h eiVe T d » P ^evS If- v I m the Iowa State Fair %t?s£r - • d '»«p Iowa City — "Good fences make good neighbors," Poet Robert Frost once said, but in Iowa, good farm boundary fences are more than neighborly gestures—they are required by law. Iowa follows a "fencing In" theory, requesting landowners to keep their stock from running at largo, explains a report compiled by researchers in The State University of Iowa Agricultural Law Center. This is in contrast to a "fencing out" theory, which provides that livestock may legally bo allowed to roam at will. Every Iown livestock owner is li able for damages caused by stock which he has not properly restrained, the SUI report continues. But by the same token, a landowner can't collect damages for any in jury to his property from trespassing stock unless his land is lawfully fenced. According to Iowa law, adjoining landowners must maintain their fair shares of lawful partition fences between their properties. These fences are regarded as the common property of both owners. Neither owner may permanently remove any part of the fence without the consent of the other own r. If one owner refuses or ne fleets to build or repair his portion of the fence, he may be compelled to contribute by process of law. The law is not satisfied with "any old fence." however. A lawful fence is one which "turns" cattle and horses. The Iowa Code lists specifications for these fences which can be made of rails, boards, wire or a combination of these materials. In certain instances, the law re quires a hog-tight fence, one which turns hogs and sheep. This happens if either adjoining owner makes his part of n partition fence hog-tight, regardless of the use made of the land, or if both adjoin ing land-owners or occupants pasture sheep or swine The Iowa Code also sets up specifications for hog-tight fences, generally requiring woven wire and barbed wire. A hedge fence can qualify as either lawful or hog-tight fencing, although hedge fences are no longer popular in Iowa. Wire fences in most cases are cheaper and easier to erect and maintain, the article points out. Hedge fences used as partitions must be trimmed twice a year, in June and September, and kept within five feet of the ground unless the owners have a written agreement to the con- Because ot rather ments for partition landowners have ti the fence laws fences back from and alleging that not then on the Um a partition fence. The law, however, t- point out the SVJ1 lawj joining landowners tin a partition between * tive farms, it is vjhoUi whether it is on the dary line, so iar as ft to maintain the fence, cernod. If n fence dispute over \ arises between the problem may be tlement to the tow who can act in th, fence viewers. A van. peal the decision ot ife- ers, to the district county. Adjoining landownen a voluntary division o( tltion fence, putting tl« in written form, the tlnues. If they cannot tarily, either party i fence viewers to nw, In either case, the dfe recorded at the office i ty recorder, and covenant running binding all subsequent Fences along road tracks present ferent from those ot ces. Highway fences tained by the owner i abutting on the higlntj, obstruct the highwif, meet the statutory for a lawful partition Railroad fences an % responsibility ol te which must maintain the right of way and at all crossings to kte, off the tracks. Then' pany is responsible tat' may be caused to stock to fence the tracks it manner. trary which has been filed with and recorded by the county clerk. BEAMS Bill Lewis of BuSali cently trapped an t near there. This year, closing of the musknl seasons, Lewis trapped rats and four skunks, n racoons and three fas sunrunmnu. MTMHMU tmiucE covin Pl« w LAI Mil Gw ALL OF OUR CARS ARE but these are a LITTLE BIT B SINCE 1949- YEAR OF FIRST HEART.FUND CAMPAIGN- OVER 100,000 SAVED BY HEART SURGERY-A PRESENT-DAY MIRACLE HEART DISEASE *\ ENEMY HEART FUND 1959 Olds "98" 4-door $ Light Green and fully equipped. selling mil k to Je 9 It^t^ Mr. Mar™ Jeen here selling mUfc-to ."^ 78 P»tron. SE^-gS- Holder Brandt, wilffi $%£f Wertey ten days take place about PONY Hoger Brummett of near Bedford recently found his Shetland pony which had been missing for five weeks, the pony was found in a far corner of an obscure acre of timber on the Brummett farm. The 11 year old pet had lost about 100 pounds during the five week period. 3 1958 Chevrolet 4-dr. 6 CylJ PowerGlide. Coral and Ivory, (to­ by an outstanding careful operator. I960 Olds 4-door . Cordovan color. Power. Low 1 1959 Cadillac 4-door | Fully equipped. Jet Black finish. 1 1955 Chevrolet Convertible i 8 Cylinder. PowerGlide. Excellent condition. Custo ( 1958 Chevrolet 4-dr. 8 CyU | with PowerGlide. Blue and Ivor)' 1 1959 Fordomatic Wagon $ I 8 Cylinder. 4 -door. Green and 1"* I 20 - ADDITIONAL CARS 4 Falb Motor C CHEVROLET — OLDSMOBILE POSTVILLE, IOWA DRIVE SAFELY

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