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Mr and Mrs Jack Freking of Kemsen were here to attend funeral services for Mrs Anna Mary Thilges. Word was received by Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger, that their daughter Shirley, is hospitalized at St, Vincent's hospital in Portland, Oregon, Mrs Edith Buchanan returned last week from Norfolk, Neb., where she had visited her brother-in-law and .sister, Mr and Mrs N. P. Hoover and family. Deletes Mawdsley left lasi week for Cedar Falls where she will attend summer school. In the fall she will return to Newton where she teaches third grade. Mrs Ewald A. Koch and two children, Jimmy and Mary Lou, have arrived in France by plane after leaving Algona June 4th. Mrs Koch joined her husband who has been in France since last November. T/Sgt. Koch is in the air force and is stationed at a new'air base at Toul Rosiere, France. Mrs Koeh had been living with her sister, Mary Lytle, for the past six months. Mrs Carl Hansen has been dismissed from St. Ann hospital following the birth of a son born prematurely. The child is now at home having gained the required weight before dismissal, Mrs Emma D&hnert had as recent guests Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp, of Dakota City, and Mrs Clara Van Steenberg, of Burt. Other callers were Mr and Mrs Llyod Craig of Alden. Mr and Mrs Robert A. Carney of Algona and Mr and Mrs Clyde Miller of Eagle Grove left last week for a two week's trip to Oregon and Washington where both couples will visit relatives, Mrs Mary Buenger has returned from West Bend after a visit of several days with her sons and daughters and families, Mr and Mrs Leo Hanselman, Mr and Mrs Harvey Buenger and Mr and Mrs Roy Buenger. Mr and Mrs Bill Groeiken and children, Elizabeth Ann and Billy, came to attend the wedding of Paul John Thilges and Donna Mary Schmit. Groetkens were again called by the death of Mrs Anna M. Thilges. PUBLIC SALE OF 120 ACRE and 160 Acre ADJOINING FARMS June 25,1955 The two improved farms formerly pwned by the late William J. Frimml. located two (2) miles West and two (2) miles North of Wesley, Iowa, described as: The South Half of the Southwest Quarter and the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (S!4 of SW/4 & NE'A of SWA) of Section Twenly-one (21), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-seven (27) West of the 5th P.M., being in Wesley Township, Kossuth County, Iowa; And The Southeast Quarter (SE'/4) of Section Twenty-one (2T), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-seven (27} West of the 5th P.M. being in Wesley Township, Kossuth County, Iowa. will be sold to the highest bidders ai the premises commencing at 1:30 o'clock P.M., Saturday, June 25, 1955. Both of these farms are good Webster soil. Each farm embraces an excellent set of improvements and all land is fenced with woven wire in good condition. Land is well tiled. These farms are really choice properties. These tracts will be sold as 120 acres and 160 acres respectively, and bids will be taken on a per acre basis, and the amounts bid times 120 acres and 160 acres respectively will determine the total bids, and neither farm will be subject to survey. Possession will be furnished March 1, 1956. TERMS OF SALE:- 20% down on day of sale and balance on or about March 1, 1956, after'Abstracts showiiijfjmerchanlable' title are furbished and Deeds reaTlftor etelivWy. PuJclfasers will be' asked to enter into formal contracts, containing usual covenants, on date of sale. C. F. FRIMML, CAROLINE A. RYAN, MINNIE FRIMML, NELLE FRIMML and LUCY BRABEC in- L. A. WINKEL, their Attorney - Clerk L. E. COLWELL & H. M. COLWELL — Auctioneers (23-24-25) NOW-IN OUR SHOWROOM See The Latest In Gas Built-in Kitchens , separate... •. ultra-convenient... colorful... BUILT-IN COOKING UNITS bring a new look to the modern kitchen ,.. Install at any height. Place them close together or at oppbsita ends of the kitchen ... in a peninsula, in an Island. Specify four, six or any number of top burners you need. Install In wood, metal, brick, plastic or any other material, A wide variety of colors and finishes. Save miles of steps. Eye-level controls . . . easy to see without stooping. Th« Very ultimate in fast modern cooking equipment, "America's easiest ranges to keep clean." YOU'LL BE "YEARS AHEAD" WITH CALORIC BUILT-INS Mf- and MM Roscoe Mawetsley spent two days at Cedar Falls where they attended the wedding of Fred Rekers Jr. to Juanita Hughes of Cedar Falls. Mr Rekers is a brother of Everett Rekers, brother-in-law of Mrs Mawdsley. Mr and Mrs M. J. Kern have been Visited by their son, Staff Sgt. Dale Kern, of Victorville, Calif, He left Thursday for DCS Moines where he took a plane to St. Louis, Mo., to join others of his' company also returning to California. Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken and Mr and Mrs Harry Spongberg drove to Bode to visit T. O. Bakken, father of Oliver. The wife has been in California with a brother who recently died of leu- kemja. She is expected home very soon. Mr and Mrs'Jess Riddle with their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Chambers, left for Pomona, Calif., where the Riddles are returning home and the Chambers are visiting. The Riddles had been visiting here for the past few months. Mr and Mrs William Weiner were visited recently by the latter^ nephew and his wife, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Durkee, of Madison, Wis., who were married June 4 at Beloit, Wis., home of the bride. They were enroute to San Diego, Calif., where Mr Durkee is in the navy. Mr and Mrs Clarence Metzger and daughter Connie, were dinner guests at the Cletus Muller home in Whittemore, The MeU- ger's were sponsors in the baptism of Joseph Cletus, at St. Michael's Catholic church in Whittemore, Sunday morning. Little Linda Muller, spent the week at the Metzger home. Mrs. August Harig and Mrs Douglas Wildin drove to Fort Dodge to bring Mr Harig home from Mercy hospital. He had been hospitalized at St. Ann two weeks, and was in Mercy hospital nearly four weeks following surgery. He is recovering nicely. Callers Sunday were Mr and Mrs Douglas Wildin, Mr and Mrs Raymond Harig, Merle Ann, Julius and Mary ot St. Benedict, Mr and Mrs Rudy Harig and Randy, o£ Livermore, Mrs Virgil Jennings, Mrs Floyd Erickson, Mr and Mrs Robert Leismer, Mrs Amelia Kahn, Sharon Wildin, of Indianola and Mrs John Hartl, of Eagle Grove. Whether you're building 0 new home or remodeling you'll want to see this built-in unit before you make any decisions. Available for both boHle and natural gas and with automatic or manual controls. PRICfS ARE NO HIGHER THAN A REGUIAR^ Gj^^N^j^ SEE TODAY AT RAPID THERMOGAS CO. Phone 16—Algona So. Philips St. Seneca 4-H In Project Tour Seneca—The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club held then- annual club tour, Monday, June 13. The group assembled at the Seneca store. Their first stop at the home of David Loot't where the inspected his garden plat; they.then drove-io thoajaome, of Donald and Roger Nielsen were they exhibited their baby beeves. The next stop was at the Henry Hovick farm, where Alenora showed her dairy heifer and Arthur his market litter. The group then drove to the Kauffman home where they saw Gail's riding horse; then on to the Lawrence Hantelman home where Charles exhibited a Yorkhshire market litter. The next stop was at Lyman Hurlburts home where Lyman's Holstein dairy heifer was seen and next Duane Johannesen showed her project to the group, which was a Hereford baby beef: Ronnie Johannesen exhibited his Farmer's Hybrid market litter at his home and at the next stop Larry Johannesen showed the group a Hereford baby beef which was his project. The next project seen was that of Bruce Hartshorn and was sheep. The Meyer boys exhibited several baby beef calves (Herefords) and the Geilenfeld brothers, Jim and Jerry also exhibited baby beeves. The group traveled down the road to the Lyle Kngland farm where Jerv.y showed a Hereford baby beef and Mary a Hereford beer heifer. Jerry and Raymond Wilberg showed their projects which were Hereford baby beet calves, and the last stop was at the Earl Crouch home were Robert showed his riding rhorsc. The group remained here for dinner. is a sports announcer on an Amarillo T.V. station. Irvin Wortman and son, John, left June 15 for the East Coast. They went to the Don Wortman home in Virginia and then John expected to leave from New York for a Sherwood Eddy Tour, which he has been managing for the past three years. He will then teach, the coming year, in Germany. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met In ndjoumed session, June 2, 1955, at 7:30 P. M. with the Mayor and all Councilmen present. Dr. C. C. Shicrk mid E. G. Roepkc on behalf oC the Ground Observer Corps asked for necessary funds for the material for construction of a tower. A Resolution was adopted making available $1300.00 for said tower to be built on real estate under control of'the Board of Trustees. A Resolution was also adopted requesting approval of the transfer of $1300.00 from the Emergency fund to the General fund for said project. The salary for Albert Boekelman in charge-b{ rat control program was increased to $50.00 per month. t A cigarette permit was granted..to Mrs ofga Adams. The Engineer was requested to ore-sent an estimate of the additional cost of construction of the concrete base for the blacktop project. Meeting adjourned to June 3, 1D55 at 7:30 P.M. Linda B. Clapsaddle, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuff ham, City Clerk. * 0 • The City Council met In adjourned session, June 9, 1955 at 7:30 P.M.' With the Mayor and all Councilmen present except Parsons. A group of citizens presented a petition requesting that South Moore Street be 32 leet wide instead of 25 feet. A Resolution was 'adopted providing for S. Moore Street to be 33 ft. wide from Kennedy Street to the south line of Block 22, Oak Park Addition. Builder's permits were granted to Ranncy Leek, Fred Hagen, Paul James, Mrs Ann!) Smith, Myrtle St. John, J. F. Milder, Katherlne Kain, Timothy O'Brien, F. A. Woodcock, D. C. Hutchison and Orville Wicks. Salaries for the Playground and Swimming Pool employees were approved. Resolutions were adopted denying objections for the construction of bi- tuminus surfacing, providing for concrete base, providing for payment of said base, amending Resolution of Necessity and adopting Resolution of Necessity as Amended. A Resolution was adopted accepting a Quit Claim Deed from G. W. and Elizabeth Stillman and Harold and Vivian Cowan for a part of Lot 1. Block 2 of Ridgewood Addition. Resolutions accepting the offer of Grace and Campbell Humphrey and approving the Quit Claim Deed for a three foot strip of land joining the east side of their property were adopted. The following claims were allowed. General Government Fund Nancy Sands, salary ..$ 61,10 L. K. Ferguson, eng. "16,77 Iowa State Bank, tax 30.80 County Recorder, fees 8.50 Reynolds Metals Co., mdse. 259.50 Advance Publ. Co., legals 14.63 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co. legals - 30.16 Rising's Elevator, corn 8.75 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, salary 119.75 Fred, Grohbach, salary 42.47 Albert Pergande, salary 108.07 Slehri BurMs, .salary 107.97 Richard Frambach. salary 92.29 Raymond Metzcn, Jr., salary 87.29 Jack Mears, salary 92.29 Donald Prcw, salary 101.59 L. K. Ferguson, eng, 132.30 Harry Ward, labor 49.11 Iowa State Bank, tax _: 55.60 Stanley Wood, sign's __„'_- 36.00 Patzig Testing Labs., tests 15.00 Milo Patterson, labor ' 16.00 Algona Electric, repairs 2.25 Arnold Motor Supply, supplies-. 4.14 Bowman Builders, sidewalk 20.88 Robert Deal, cut trees 135.50 Donovan cabinet Shop, mdse.-.-129.00 James H. Mcrrymnn, load trucks 133.00 Pratt Electric, ropatrs .... 82Q.63 Swartz Hdwe., supplies 4.29 Advance Publ. Co.. legnls 70,14 Upper DPS Moines Publ. Co., legals _ 21.10 Michael Todct & Co.. mdse. - - 51.40 Gibbs-Cook Equip. Co., repairs 299.43 Henke Mfg. Corp.. fndse. .. 98.28 Algona Impl. CO., repairs -.12.70 H. J. Cowan, repairs '..10.50 Funk & Deim, repairs .. . . ' 3.44 Gfeeiiberft Auto Supply, supplies > 4.00 Hilton's Service, supplies ; 17.25 Jack's OK Tire Service, tires „. 60.60 Kent Motor Co., repairs . „_ 1966 Ready-Mix, supplies -. 58.30 Russ & Ky's :Servlcc, supplies ... 17.45 Public Safely Fund A. C. Welshaar, salary 143/iO Albert BoeKeiman, salary 15278 Raymond Krebs, salary 133.73 Richard Groen, salary 140.72 Leo Counley, salary ... . 13943 Iowa State Bank, tax . . 4220 F. W. Medhurat, tests 4.00 Jack's OK Tire Service, repairs . 1 00 Kent Motor Co., repairs _. 6063 Ira Kohl, salary : 20.00 Sanitation Fund Harry ward, labor . . •\ififl Messenger Printing Co., suppl'ies e.SO Central Motors, repairs 3.25 Hilton's Service, gas :„ 7.86 East End Foundry, Inc., mdse, . 82 75 Miller Lumber Co., supplies . . 9.05 James Egli, salary ..I... 178.16 Fred .Gronbach. salary ... 67.78. Iowa State Bank, lax 17 60 Buell & Winter, eng. 443.26 Arnold : Motor Supply, supplies.. H.20 Funk & Delm, repairs _ 8.12 Hall-Strahorn Hdwe., supplies .., 00.02 Swartz Hdwe., supplies 22.45 Western Auto Associate, supplies 13.31 Recreation Fund Raj' Colbert?, painting L 10.70 Davis Paint Co., supplies 5.55 Hall-Strahorn Hdwe., supplies 10.55 P. R. Irons, repairs 5.76 Russ & Ky's Service, repairs 3.70 Algona Municipal Band, taxes 1,178.90 Airport Fund Langan Paper Co., supplies 8.06 Peter Kenne, signs _ 7.25 Cresco-Union Electric, elcc. 20.07 Jack's OK Tire Service, repairs 9.00 Kiecker Roofing Co., repairs .. 45.60 Swartz Hdwe.. supplies ... 17.08 Parking Meier Fund Ernest Hutchison, salary 157.70 Debt, Service Fund Iowa Stale Bank, interest 737.50 Meeting adjourned to June 13, 1955 at 7:30 P.M. Linda B. Clnpsaddle, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk •LAKOTA By Mrs Jerry Heetlcmd Mrs Curtis Anderson of Chicago is visiting her parents, Mi and Mrs Ernest Christ. Miss Iva Luc Eastman was ma vied to Don Mortenson ut Armstrong, June \'i. Miss Eastman taught in the local school for several ears. Among the local friends who attended the wc-dding were Mr and Mrs J. W. Cook and Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray. Miss Nadine Troje of Floyd was a visitor with Mrs Alma Heel- land Monday. Miss Troju then wont to Crystal Lake and from there was accompanied by Joan Jensen to Colorado Springs, Colo, where they will attend Summer school. Both girls taught here last year. Dailene Casson, who taught in the high school'a year ago, als.0 visited Mrs Heeiland for several days. Mr and Mrs A. E. Anderson and Sherry Lou spent Sunday with Mrs Anderson's mother, Mrs R. E. Bullard in West Union. Shcryl Ray had been with her grandmother for the past week. Mr and Mrs John Heetland arrived Sunday from Amarillo, Tex., to visit the former's mother, Mrs Alma Heeiland and brother Eldon, and family in Winnebago, Minn. John is expecting to spend the next two weeks in Chicago attending a special school and confeix-ncu.. He NOTICE Of SCHOOL ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given to the qualified voters of the Sehtfnl Community School District, In the Court!fey of KossutI; nnd Palo Alto, St.ite of Iowa, (hat a special election ms been called nnd ordered to be field lu and for said School District on (he ISth day of July, 1955, whereat there will be submitted to (he voters of said Scntral Community School District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition, to-wlt: "Shall the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District In the Counties of Kossuth nnd Pnlo Alto, State ot Iowa, Issue bonds In an amount not to exceed $450,000.00 for the purpose of carrying out a high- school building program consisting of creeling a new high school building, procuring a site therefor in the Southeast Corner of the Southeast Quarter (SEV 4 ) of Section Sixteen (161. Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P.M., Kossuth County, Iowa, and procuring and Improving adjoining land as n site for an athletic field In and for said School District?" The polls for said election will be open from twelve o'clock noon until seven o'clock P.M. of said day and for said election the whole of said Communily School District has been consolidated Into and will constitute one voting precinct and the polling place Vheretor will be at the vacant residence on the farm owned by Carl W. Priebe apd tenanted by Lloyd Berftland located in the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SE \k SE 1/4) ot Section Nine (9), Township Ninety-seven (H7) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P.M., Fenton Township, Kossuth County, Iowa, at which time and place all of the qualified voters o£ said School District are hereby notified to appear. This notice is given by order of the Board of Directors of the Scntral Community School District pursuant to the provision's of Chapter 206, Code of Iowa, 1954, and to a sufficient petition with the requisite signatures In accordance therewith and as ordered by a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors on the 2nd day of June, 1955. Dated at Fenton, Iowa, this 2nd day of June. 1955. Thursday, June 23, 1955 Algeria (fa.) Upper DBS Moln«-7 Give your grain and grass added PROFIT-MAKING POWER «•.. feed f Vl-O-PEP Hog Pastors Supplement It's 'specially built for growing- fattening pigs on pasture ... for fast, efficient, profitable growth and gains. Helps grow 'em up to 250 Ibs,' in only 5'/2 to 6 months. Saves corn, too.' Takes only about 5Vi bu. corn and 50 Ibs. Ful-O- Pep to make 100 Ibs. pork. Sure is economical! Federal North Iowa Grain Co. Sexton, Iowa /s/ Pnul Vf. ElRler Secretary. Board of Directors (Published June 9. 18, 23 and 30th In The Algona (Iowa) Upper Dei Molnes) NOTICE OF SHfiRirr'S SALE STATE OF IOWA ss. KOSSUTH COUNTY Notice Is hereby given that by virtue of a Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a Judge- ment rendered In said Court on the 21st day of May, 1955, In favor of Farmers Trust & Savings Bank, Buf. falo Center. Town as plaintiff, and against Everett Amberger and Pearl Amberger, IN HEM as defendants, tor the sum of $942.95 Dollars and costs, taxed at $104.11 Dollars and accruing costs. 1 liave levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said Everett Am- borger and Pearl Amberger, IN REM to sjUHfv said execution, to-wlt: Lot Sixteen. (IB) In Block Nine (!)) Original Town of Lakota (formerly Germanla) Kossuth County, town. and 1 will proceed to sell said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the 1st day of July 1955, at the cast door of the Court House In Algona. In Kossuth County, Iowa, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A.M., of said day. when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 23rd day of May 1955. Ralph W. Llndhorst Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa By Donald M. Wood, Deputy J. D. Lowe, Algona, Iowa Plaintiffs Attorney (Published June 18 and June 23, 1055, In The Algona (Iowa) Upper DCS Moincs). the approved dessert... Light, cool, refreshing Borden s fruit Sherbet For a not-wcalhcr treat, there's nothing quite as good as Borden's Sherbet, with its real fruit flavor! There's a Borden dealer near you Pay him a visit! Get into the Fine-Car Class... 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