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6-Atgdno (la.) Upper DM Meines Thursday, July 7, 1955 kf CHRIS AEEIS A Mill* of Thlt, • LlttU of Th»t: Not Muck of The two holidays, Sunday anc July 41h. were sure rrally ho' ones, in the 90s. and that's too hot for comfort. And I sure woulc be in favor of a law which pro Vided fur gents wearing just so- called shorts, no socks, no underwear, just an uncovered frame so the heat upon the frame would be lessened, so to speak. It sure is no fun to suffer in the days of 90 heat. Why even coffee gulping suffered during the heated days, most of the gulper;taking on a glass of soft drinl; IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACI The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRIDAY. JULY 8th KENNY HOFEH SATURDAY. JULY 9th LYNN KERNS And His Orchestra _ SUNDAY, JULY lOlh EDDIE ALLEN And His Orchestra TUESDAY, JULY Rural Youth and Young Married Couples Sack Social WEDNESDAY, JULY Teenage Dance 13th SUNDAY, JULY 17Jh BUDDY MORENO .vhich container! hunks of ice. hey were nice to take on but hey are mi>te expensive than a •up of Java, perhaps because on iccounl of ice runs into money n a phis.-'. 1 asked one dandy offee gulper. Hob James, why iidn'1 he take on the coffee and iave the ice put in the cup wit)) I and he said that the trouble A'lth ice in Die coffee was that lif ice thinned the flavor of th< •offee and that was. something he •c-uldn't take. 1 iisked Hill Foth .vhy wouldn't it be a good idea o make the coffee and then store t and cuo! it and take it on when t wasn't so hoi. But Hill suit. ie hud tried that several timcj ind after the boiling coffee had been refrigeruti'd an hour it just didn't taste like coffee because 1 on account of the coffee flavin has a hot black-ground and the minute you ice it or freeze it there goes your coffee, no good. And Hoy Chrislensen says that the heat of coffee is as important as the flavor, that coffee is not coffee unless it is hot. Relieve of neat and you relieve of flavor and what good is coffee if it loses coffee flavor. And Hob Williams t</Vl me that faking on a hot cup f coffee on a hot day had not the least effect on the temperature in u gent's body. He said that a lot cup of coffee on a hot day .vould serve the purpose of coo' ng frames as did a cold gla.s of lemonade, but folks just couk not seem to realize this. And s< it was that Bob and I enjoyec a hot cup together when the 90: were on the go, and he was right the hot cup ol coffee didn't raisi my temperature one single point So, remember that. A cup of coffee on a hot day does not affecl the temperature of yourr bone.-, one single bit, so to speak. Yep, it's a cinch that the weather was plenty torrid this past week and many suggestions have been offered to provide particle and moon? which would nirl 'in kofpiiif; a jjpnt more comfortable during the heat suffering. F 1 . R Irons suygfstecl that small boxr.-. pocket size, could bo fixfd U hold icr and so a gent couk carry two or throe of them in hi.- xK'kt-ls and thus reduce the heal icmperatuie (onsidernble. An:: >d Clirisc'hillc-s sugMPstccl that i small fan could be arranged i) lit into a shirt collar and thus •online cITecty would he injoyi-d he muliH beiiiH of a si/e to fit nto your eij.;aiet case in your hirt pocket. Don Smith. ,Ii nsisls that keeping one's feet •ool helps holding lower- tempera ures over a gent'.-; frani", and so ie thought it smart if a gent .vould soak his feet in ice water i r.'oupie of times a clay and the 90 u.-at would have less effect on him. and maybe he's got something there. (^ Ralph Miller told me ihal a lot •->f heat suffering by the gents was caused through mental attitudes toward hot weather. He -aid if a gent would get up on a lot morning and make up hi? mind it wasn't so cloggoned hot he would find less suffering in 90 heat. And I believe Ralph's Al WIK Guarantees Bigger profits " ' • r , ' >T*. t^ ,*for Lft&stdk INSECTICIDE APPLICATOR omi'thing there, too. Missal thought it would lie smart if booths were built along the street, something like th» pubii' telephone booths. ancT which would contain a 10 below xe; 1 " .e.mperature. and so a gent suffering from the 90 heat could step inside 1 one of them for two minutes and come out cooled and able to battle the 90 heat for a couple of hours successfully and comfortably, so to speak. Tony Sort-risen suggested that the ci'y build a big fan set-up on t,v> streets in the loop and which would blow a 10 below bree/e down the slreet and the stores could keep their doors open and would benefit in lower temepera- tures right off the reel. And maybe he's got something there. At any rate it's a cinch that the past hot days have been a nuisance and it would be nice if iomething could be done to control those heat waves and save hem for use during the wintei nontns. Nobody likes the above 90 temps, and I admit they're a nuisance. And it just seems that gent can't get used to them an«1 so always dislikes them. But hey sure are peaches so far as orn and crops are concerned and o we just should forget our heat nconveniences because on ac- ount. of they are grand rowing the corn almost day, so to speak. toward a foot BEATS SPRAYING COSTS BY 60% INCREASES GAINS UP TO 50 POUNDS PROTECT YOUR CATTLE FROM COSTLY INSECT PESTS by uttng thli itufdy «ppUc*tor... coitt onc-IUth u much to ui«, y«l It » ellsctlrt »t ipraylng. Provtiv In teiU mad* by an au- Uioritatlv* Inilltution.* CATTLE TREAT THEMSELVES WHEN NEEDED providing ytar-round protection trom FLIES and LICE. Eliminate! coilly I»rm labor. THE WIK APPLICATOR PAYS FOR ITSELF OVER AND OVER becaute Inioct free caul. gain up to 50 Ibi. more. Cotti barely 4f per month per hoad. •Coplei ol thli study made available tequeit. upon Place your order today with the V/lk Dealer In your area or clip ad, mail with name and ad- dreti to TOX •0- WIK NEW INSECTICIDE TOX-O.WIK li com. pounded wllh Ihe neweit Intectlcldei discoveries. Including CRAG fly repellent. Higher $r»de solvents keep tho Insecticides suspended !n rr.lx- Iur3 and prevent quick evaporation. Cuslom d»- slgnsd lor the WIK APPLICATOR and othor me- chanlcal livestock oilers. 154-HClub Leaders Meet A. W. BEHRENDS - ALGONA CLARENCE A. SMITH - ST. JOE HERB ZUMACH - WHITTEMORE BERNARD LOOFT - SWEA CITY Kossuth County 4-H boy's club leaders selected the special activity of tractor maintenance for a special study by 4-H'ers next year at their regular bi-monthly meeting held June 30 in Algona. Dean Barnes, county extension director, explained the corn borer situation in the county and suggested appropriate control measures. County fair premium changes were discussed. The county 4- H awards program was explained and record books discussed by Robert Johnson, county extension youth assistant, Leaders attending were — Paul Trenary, Lakota club; Soren Pedersen and Sidney Payne, Grant; Screal DeGeeter and Leander Vaske, Ramsey; Kenneth Strayjr, Union; Ray Johnson, Lincoln; James Coady, Jr., Burl; Gerald Soderberg, Greenwood; Edward Kain, Plum Creek; Lloyd Thorson, Eagle; Cecil Thoreson, Swea-Harrison; Joseph Skow, Wesley; Maurice Bilsborough, Buffalo; Earl Zwiefel, Portland; Dean Barnes, county extension director and Robert Johnson, youth assistant. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS ANNOUNCEMENT .1 ners WILL BE ON Next Week-July 11 thru 16 We ore taking our annual summer vacation at Elk Cleaners next week All of our folks will have a good rest and some vacation fun-and will be back to serve you on Monday, July 18. ELK CLEANERS •''S Algona, Iowa Across From Post Office Gordy Thompson Weds Nebraska Girl, June 12 Swea & Eiiglo — rJaskr-ls of blue ramalions aivl (rusted fern do'.•"rated ihe First Ii;iptist church nf Fairbury. Neb.. Cur the wccl- '.lin.M Sundiiy. June \:>, of Helen Shelburne Fletcher of Tpcumsfh •mil (lorclon A. Thompson nf Sheldon. The Rev. William Binnham of Tecumseh officiated ;it the double rin.n eereniony at 3 p.m. The bride's parents are Mr and Mrs C. B. Sholburni 1 of Fairbury and Mr and Mrs William Thompson are fhe bridegroom's parents. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs John Huttenmeyer of Tecumseh was nalron of honor, Vicky Fletcher was flower girl and ferry Fletcher was ring bearer. Wayne Thompson of Swea :o\vnship served his brother as jest man. U.sln. rs WIMV brothers f (he bride, Kenneth and Harld Shelburno. Following the (.'eremonv, a re- •eption was held in the' church jarlors, with a three-tiered wedding cake encircled with blue pom-poms centering the bridal table. Among the friends and relatives, who assisted with the reception, were Mrs Wayne Thompson who had charge of the guesi book. The bride was graduated from Fairbury high school and Lincoln Beauty Academy and has been operating her own beauty shop in Tecumseh. The bridegroom was graduated from Swea Citv high school and Iowa State College, Ames. He is employed as an engineer with Iowa Public Utilities Co. at Sheldon. OUAnTEBLY riMAMCTAt STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PftOCl'ETMNCS Scnool District Algona Community, County KnssuUi I do hereby certify that this report is a true- and' correct statement of iho proceedings pertaining In the I'inanrial matters of the board of sajd district r.,r tin' quarter ending .lime 30. 11)55. ' ' ««>nui Tnox. Wolfe, Secretary FINANCIAL STATEMENT Schoolhouse Fund Balanr" from Previous Quarter $ 10 B20 8C> "'""'" Announcement has been made of the marriage of Marjorie Kennedy Chandler and John James 'irday afternoon at Winnebago, Minn. The bride is a daughter of Mr rind Mrs Mike Kennedy and the bridegroom, a son of Mrs Charles Duhigg of Emmetsburg. Me is Palo Alto county attorney. Mr and Mrs Duhigg will live at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Bob Jacobson became parents of a son, born Tuesday, June 21, at the Estherville hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds and one ounce, and has been named Thomas Charles. Mr and Mrs Jacobson live in a tenant house on the Howard Preston farm. They plan to move later to Ayrshire where they both will teach school at Ayrshire public school this fall. Mr and Mrs Roger Linde and sons, Ronnie and Arnie, Mr and Mrs Harold Fischer. Captain Harold Fischer and son, Harold, we'c Tuesday evening clinnei guests at the home of Mr arid Mrs Rudy Herdt. Mr and Mrs Rudy Peterson hao ns Siind.'iy dinner guests, June 20. Mr and Mrs David Anck-i- Mr and Mrs George Nyman. :IMI| Mrs John Nyman and and Mrs Raymond Swanson dau!;ht;'rs .lame ;>nd l.uray ••nmmjth, 1:1., who arc- visit- friends here. Mr Kev. and if M in:; Local Soldier Finishes Course FORT KNOX. KY.—Cpl. John P. Albright, whose wife, Elaine, lives at 420 W. McGregor st., Algona, recently was graduated from the armored school's advanced mm-commis'iioned office: course here. Albright, a graduate of Algona high sch,ml, is a veteran of .-er- vice in the Far Ka.-l. Th flag Hill Jan. first official Americar was displayed on Pro.spec; " 177(5. mo Art Metal Executive Posture Choir * Posture supporting back relaxc-i when you want to relax. "Tilt-Action" seat, lets >ou lean back with your fe«t comfortably on the floor. Frame of welded tubular con- Struumn, heat-treated for urenyih— anodued for permanent linibh. See it and try it today J for <h »*"» ii j n B u ,i n(m f qu | p . Look la Art M«io| | Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. Phon* 1100 Algona Tola) Hereipfs for Quarter Total to Account for Tntal of Warrants Drawn During Quarter Balance at Knd of Quarter General Fund Balance hum Previous Quarter '1'nliil Receipts for Quarter Ti.nrl'-i led from Special fund Tcita! ID Account for i, i c , • ,, . , Expenditures Regular Salaries Paid for Quaiter ri'f achers. Janitors. Officers, etc Erounedl Olher Warrants Issued -- amount M °" prcU To'al (expenditures .. " •••••-•-- •'•'•'• Vi.'jlance at Knd of Quarter Summarized Proceedings Pertaining To Financial Matters and Expenses of ThU Quart"? n , , , Special Courses Fund Balance at end of quarter Receipts for quarter """ -----— Total to account for ~ •-•-.. _ Transfer to General Fund ..~"_V._^.~ ~_~~~ ~ " Balance at end of quarter List of Warrants (Vxcept" salaries) " Security State rjanh Sehoolhou.. Fund General Fund Activity Fund $1 33f) II Advance Publishing Co. ~~~~~1'_ " G-l 0.' Alfona Flour &• Feed Co. r, '•>; AlRona Implement Co. . ... 230.52 Alcona Insurance Agency _. 31.R. Ki.OOOflO S 2n.62fl.R(i ll.WiB.7fi M,I;.-I;M i -40.0I2-.7I 2l3.riBii.n-l i. I8.000.UU 84.G70.71 ... 7.1.77-1.2!) .. in. siio. iio 1:1.0:11.:<o 18.000.00 ii.nriR.75 _. Alsrona Lnundrv & Drv Cleaners AlKoiKi Municipal Utilities- Aliiona I'lbg. & Hcntine . Alt. I.iiannn Association . Athletic .ToUmaI'*J» Botvl'ord t .urmMtigt'o , Bradley Brother? 1 * P.iayum. K. L. B'-odhead O.iri'-K Co. Blower. Rev. M 11 Business Ed. Films Bureau Audio Visual lost. Bureau F.d Research & Service C.irleton Steu-art Music Carver, Del . ... _ Motors _ _ _ C'lu ischilles Store . Clark Sanding Machine Co. " ndnn. Alice .._.... nsumers . Cook's Radiator Repair Ciiuk'-: Welders Supply .. Cuuan Building Supply Con-ail II. J.. contractor Culligan Snftwater Service P.ile Publishing Company Dean's Watch Repair .'__. D.-ines. Joe . . Denison. T. S. C'o. ... Diamond Point Saw Shop Druggist Mutual Co Faieway Stores ......... Field Knterprt.se Fislier. A. L. __ Flaig. P.inline Foster Furniture Store Gene's Radio & T. V. Golla. Jack Hiildemann Homme Inc. Hampton Public Schools Hanson, Don ... . Hardgrove, Jerome ...... ..... Hedrick Brothers Hiltons Super- Service Hiilcumh. J. I. Mfg. Co. . .. Hu|ikins Super Service Hot I .unch P: n^ram HuMtni^tDn Lab., Inc. llut/clls Office Supplies '. 1 S. K. A. Library Service la Pub. Emp. Ret. Sys la Kmp. Het. Sys. Iowa State College Ideal Pictures Irons. P. R. Jacks O. K. Tire Service Kenc.fick. Dr. John N. . ..... Kent Motor Company Knitf. Robert -... . Klipto Loose Leaf C'o Kohlhaas Hardware Kossuth Motor Company . ... Kossuth Radio & Electric ... Kne/evich. Dr. S. J. Krai'ft Music Company Lamg. Otto B. Lavigne. Betty Jo Martin, Leon McBride. Marjory McBride. Walter _ 83 ,'10 McDowell. Dale 3000 .1.705.08 •il.Oi: . 5IJ.37 2M .790.11 2!1 r>(l ' 1M\ 10.0(1 12.12 108.21 205.8-1 8.54 . -150.00 ... H).53 ... Hi.00 ... 24MB ... lisa . 52.M - - 3.G5 11.7P -.- 50.42 48.00 . 7.12 - - 2.75 ... 12.00 ... 2.64 .-- (i.10 .1.475.22 ... 7.7B ... 1.50 - - 5.00 . 13.00 . . :iO.-12 -- 8.1-1 -. 10.18 -. 89.GO -.. 24.83 -. !IO.OO - 13.50 . . 50 38 102.20 122 55 .. H.07 . li;.45 McGraw Hill Pub. Co Metropolitan Supoly Co Midwest Visual Ed. Service Moore Business Forms Muckev, L. K. Mat 1 ! As.s'n of Mfgr. " " Nat'l K(\. Ass'n \aylor. Margaret N'ewsi'me. Paul Nichols Shoe Shop Nissrn Trampoline Co Norton. F. S. ,H.- Son N'orlon Machine Works N'orthue-Jti'in Bell Telfphonp N'utt..,-, c.irole Olson. Albert Olson. Mrs Albert Paxson Insurance Agenev Petty crash Posts Transfer Potter. Ben Prat I Klectrir 12 on 1,1 2-1. SB - 57 2li ...11 15.1 ... 13.10 - - 1 .50 .. ali. 7 6 II. SI) 2(i 00 . 111 1,2 21.2U 2<;:i io 3D 17 12.00 . 2 50 18 14 331. 3!( 18 02 Mil 00 4H.lt :c, rinir Russ & K\s St. John. Beverly Scliaap. Don Scltully. Brothers Science Resi arch Ass'n. Seciirily Slate Bank Sefrlt, GOOI-RC Sharps Jeweliv Sliee|e\. Marih'n Shiver Sewing' Machine Co. State Agency |-,,r Sin pins Pn Slephenson. Robert Sievi n. Walter Slomac Motor Kxpri'ss Sliayer ,<t O'Brien . Swarl/ Algona llarduare 'I'horpe Woodwoi kiim 'I racy Olfice Kquip ' l'|)per DCS Monies Pub <;, Vivian'.-:. Floral Shop V.'aille. O, r,. Bool; C'd Welch. W. M MI'K. Co. West Bend Baking Co. West Disinfect ins Co Wilson, llattie Yale & Towne Mly. C'o Youngdahl. Dr. Reuben Kducalor's Book Club Kd\\ in Morris it Co F.BI-I. Gwen n.ncvclopedia Britannica 177 rr. 1.372.a/ 51 .no 2<. no - m.rso ? r,o ll!l 80 il.fvl 1 .Hfi 1.10.011 L'ii III) . 23.1111 :M5 in ll'.i u:.' 7.f.8 40. "ill 100 00 2 Si! HlO.OO T. InP7. Wolfe. Srrrelnry of the abovp named Seluiol District, do hereby certify Ihal this icport is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial mailers of the Board of said District for the quarter ending; June 30, |f)35. Ine/ Wolfe. Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to heloie me tins 1st (1,-u cri July A.I).. 11)55. Mary Lytie. Notary (Published Jill-.- 7. I!i55, m thi ; Al- r,"ii.i i low.11 Ppper Di-s Moinesi. BURSTS PIPH The Cic.it l,;ik(S i-^i.-ulini' pipeline Ill'ill' ( ).-l'IMllil WilS lol'll II|.)I'M (•"(•'•iiily by ;i tniclor-drawn ^('r;i- f;'T u'lncli \\';is Ix'inji u.'-cil on ;) t'lHintV t'lilld. CrllSolilK 1 polll'l i-l nut untliT 2!i() ll)s .pi'cssui't 1 , (li'iiwninn out the I'ligini 1 'il a ci'iiwl'-r Irai'tiir iiltliDiiKli nu fii'o resulti (i. Three thmis;md .ual- IHII.- of j.;;,sn]itie were I eenv:.-i ml ii'uMi pimls un the j'.iiiuiul ;ilter Ihe jni'iclent. - 100.B3 - 20554 5.251 2R :!.04!l.0fi . 72.i)2 .. 5.00 1.30 .148.5H -. 10.00 . 30033 U4.00 . 10.13 127.24 -. 415 . 25.00 - 31.81 -.200.00 -. 50.00 -.150.00 PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, July 8 ANDY DOLL Sunday, July 10 DON SHAW Friday, July 15 VIKINGS Sunday, July 17 BOBBY LINDEMAN Friday, July 22 BABE WAGNER Sunday, July 24 JACK COLE No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 and FOOD CARRIER *, B °L epie ,^ lowcr holf ~ puton seif - REGULAR *L49 VALUE locking lid, carry right with you. • Bottom is deluxe 9-inch pie pan with juice-tetaining rim. • Heavy gauge aluminum. Keeps pi ->s fresh because moisture is sealed in. • Ideal for Baking, Storing, Frc-orir.g Go. 1 yours today or carrying out pies or olher foods. O/f«.r good whi/e iupply toitt Ed and Pat Cullen 0 U R H AR D Ul AR E tH«rr> EX/EFtYW/ME stand out /\IM VAA/ W E Ft Super "88" Halidoy Ceupi Got out: off tHo ordinary ... get into on LOCAL DELIVERED PRICE Oldsmobile "88" 2-Door Sedan a* lew a( $2388.62 Stoto and local tcxes extra. Your price depends upon choice of model and body ilyle, optional equipment and occeno- rlei. Price* mgy vary xHghtly in adjoining communitiei. You never have to look twice to know . . . //'., OlhmalnM That "llyin- color" Hair is uiimiMakal,!.- anywhen-! And you dou't have to touch that gas pedal more than once to know: there's a "Rocker under the hood! Everybody knows what that means . . . smooth, surging action, split-second response! These are the reasons Oldsmohil,- /,W,- S different . . . /,W.s different ; . . /* different! See us for a ride in the most popular OldsmoLUe ever huilt! Keinemher-fWs a "KuclM" / or «wy /**•/. t -«/ IVI O> I L. ^^^^^^^^^^ FOR COO4 DRIVING COMFORT... Get on AIR-CONDITIONED "IOCKET" CUDSMOlim $•• vi r VISIT THE "lOCKII «OOM». . . AI YOUB OLDSMOBUt PfAUR'SI DAD'S GARAGE -125 So. Dodge St. PH. 165 -• 09 AHIA9 * i i PIIVI IT YCURSIIM THI GOING'S GUI AT IN A "IOCKIT |"| — ..; "•;*•''

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