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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1955
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„ * - (li.j Upper oesMotnos Thursday, Sept. 22, 1955 fi'£'X;it'm •••'•*'€! wardw-H j;'.i-:r ; ' ;'. . *" "V . > . - . . - Idiffify Entries exhibits from 'Kossuth '.^County/entered in the 4-H Girl's Departnient at . the 1955 Iowa State Fair received awards the local 'extension office announced tdday. Two articles entered in the clothing division received blue ribbons, 8 articles' rated red ribbons and two were placed in the white ribbon class. In addition to entries in the exhibit classes Kossuth County had an entry in the 4-H home economics demonstration contest. Representing the county were Catherine Hilbert and Alice Illg of the Riverdale Rustlers II Club. Their topic was "The Fitted Shoe 101 Health." Mrs Hubert O'Brien, leader of the club, accompanied • the girls to the Fair. The girls won ' a" white ribbon on their demonstration. : The county's representative in the Dress Revue was Norma Jean Reding of the, Riverdale Rustlers I Club, Who placed in the white ribbon class. . The county was also represented In the Special Activity Demonstration contest by Darlene Callies and Marian Meyer of the Buffalo Boosters 4-H club. Their topic was "Safe at Home." Following is a list of the awards received by exhibitors from this county: . Blue ribbons — pajamas, Darlene Seiler, Irvingtpn Ideals Club;, dress for best wear- Beverly Gerber, Cresco Chums; red ribbons — skirt, cotton with band, LaVonne Jensen, Swea Sunbeams; skirt, 'other than cotton — Beverly .Gerber, Cresco Chums; blouse, cotton, with set i« sleeves and without collar- Jeanne England, • Seneca Stars; blouse, cotton, may have set in sleeves or collar, or both — Mary Dimond, Wesley Wizards; night gown — Maxine Meyer, Lone Rock Lively Rockets; housecoat — ;Pamela Andrews, Burt Blue Birds; play clothes — Claudette Seely, Plum Creek Elite; s jumper — Annette Braynard, LuVerne Live Wires; white ribbons — apron, Judy Hobscheidt, LuVerne Peppy Pals; formal or party dress — Alvina Miller; Fenton Forwards. Honor Swea Pastor t Swea Cily — Rev. Everett Beal was elected Moderator, at the annual meeting of the Northern Baptist Association, held at Swea City last Wednesday. He succeeds the' Rev. S. C. Blumhagen o-. Burnside. • Irvington By Marguerite Mulligan Ivlr and Mrs fid Ditsworth spent Sunday with their daughter, Mr and Mrs Glen Black and family at Burt. Mrs -Marie Frankl and Mrs Gerald Frankl and daughter, Annette, spent Sunday with Mrs A. D. Headley at AUrelia, la. and attended the Wedding of her granddaughter. / Mrs Hansen.and children visited Sunday at Roland at the home of Mrs Mary Larson,, her sister- in-law. Mr and Mrs Wm. Kohl and Mr ,and Mrs Pete Kohl anfi daughter Verna, from 'Clinton, 'Minn, visited at the Carl Seip and Klein and Batt homes over last weekend. Algernon Honored Jack Purcell of Algona was elected treasurer of the Mascia Club, organization of deaf persons for Iowa and Minnesota, at the annual election of the group held at Mason City Saturday Sept. 10. Chester Armstrong, also of Algona, is a new mamber of the organization. Pioneer Of Grant Township Dies .Swsa City—A Grant township pioneer, Elbert M. Hall, belter known as Bert, was buried Sept. 10th in the family lot in Harrison township cemetery «near Swea City. He died Thursday of. coronary thrombosis. He lived alone on the farm northeast of Swea City to which he went as a child of three with his parents. He resided on the same farm for 65 years. It was often said of Mr Hall that he knew every foot of land in Grant township. His parents, who came from Humboldt county in 1892, were among the earliest settlers in Grant. He waa born at Gilrrtore City Sept. 15, 1888, and was wjthinni week of his 67th birthday at the time of his death. He died at his home, and the body was found by Mr and Mrs Lars Skaar, wiio had come to the Hall farm Thursday to assist with chores. Mr Hall, who was unmarried,' was a veteran of World War I, in which he served "for a year in France, and a member of Fisher Post, American Legion, and of Montgomery Post, VFW, at Swea City. He is survived by a brother, Floyd, of Fairmont, Minn., a sister, Mrs Bessie Westcott of Ada, Minn., and six nephews and three nieces. Funeral services at the Curtis Funeral Home'were in charge of the Rev. S. H. Hammer. Music was provided by the Rev. and Mrs Hammer, who sang a duet, with Miss J. Iva Moats .at the organ. Pallbearers were Fred and Henry Selberg, Lars Skaar, Sidney Payne, Hubert Brones and August Gabel. LOCALS flew aftd Bon Elberf, twin of Mr and Mi's Ralph Elbert, are leaving this ,tyeck Wednesday , to resume their studies, RoH at an art school and Don nt. John Hopkins at Baltimore, Md. Mr and Mrs Clinton Lighter .had the tatter's brother 'arid sister* in-lnw, Mr and Mrs Clarence Ellis, and son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Bliss, of Spender, as dinner guests, Sept. U. Richard McGinnia has resumed his work as mechanic at the Schulte garage after two weeks sickness. He is troubled with asthma and hay fever in season and also had a slight case of pneumonia this year, ', Mrs Don McGuire took her daughter Kathy, 5, to Mason City recently for a checkup on her eye which had been operated three weeks ago. The surgery was to straighten the eye. She is making good recovery. Kenneth Bakken, former resident here now living at Salt Lake City, visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken. He is en- route home from a convention at Rochester, N. Y. Kenneth is cm- ployed by the Bender-Moss company and works out of Salt Lake City. Mr and Mrs Sam Baylor and Mr and Mrs Leo Mergeh have been visited by Mr and Mrs Jack Kohmescher and daughter* De'j- bie, of Wfiynp, Mich. They are son-in-law and daughter of the Baylors' and brother-in-law and sister of Mrs Mergen. Mr and Mrs D. L. Leffert accompanied the latler's brother-in- law and sister. Mr and Mrs F. E. Malmsten, of Portland, Ore., to Red Wing and Cosmos, Minn., , where. they visited friends a few days recently. Mr and Mrs Lef fei t took the visitors to Boone to en train for their home. Mr an'd Mrs John Gerber have been visited by the latter's brc- ther Joe Acschliman, of South Bend, Ind., who came to attend the weddings of relatives. He went from here to East - Grand Forks, Minn., to visit his' brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Andrew Aeschliman. Other guests of Mr and Mrs*Gerber were their grandson Merlin Strohin and granddaughter and husband' Mr and Mrs Kenneth Albin, of Sabitha, Kan. BULL ' A 700-pound bull wandered onto Highway 69 near Belmona recently 1 and caused a two-car smashup. A semi-trailer driven by George Gxvinner killed the bull, then sideswiped a Cadillac driven by J. H. Breekken, of Randall. Damage to the two cars totaled $1,500. The bull was a total loss. REPORT OF CONDITION OF "IOWA STATE BANK" of AlEona In the State of Iowa at the close ol business on Sept. 7. 1955 ASSETS i 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection 1.508,916.64 2 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 2,124,264.50 3. Obligations of States antl political svibclivisions 021,801.23 5. Corporate stocks (including $6,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve fi Loans and"Wi¥courVts"TincUrdTn"i"$8'iii62r90'"ov ; erdra(F5)" 1,347.740.6-1 7. Bank premises owned S14.500.00, furniture and fixtures, none 14,500.00 (Bank premises owned are subject to no liens not assumed by bank) 12. TOTAL ASSETS -,. — .'.- - 5,023.220.01 LIABILITIES 13 Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations--4,3S7,061.20 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnership.:, and corporations Il.4ti7.lo 15 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) - Oa.IilD.lj 10. Deposits or States and political subdivisions 5tyj.58ti.JB 17. Deposits of banks .-- '"•J 0 --'?;? 18 Otlior deposits (certified and officers' checks, ctc.j _. .. u,771.'lu I!). TOTAL DEPOSITS 35,107,758^ i! TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations shown below) - 3,167,758.04 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital' - .--- - 100.000.00 27. Undivided profits .. . - - — ...... 20. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ...... 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS "This hank's capital consists of: Common block with total par value of 3100.000.00 MEMORANDA' 31. Assets pledged or assigned to Sfcure liabilities arid lor purposes . _ .._...- ' • - - •• p. am j K. .1. Gilmore, Ass't. C;i."hu/i allnni that the statcmr-nt is i . .255.407.31 455.4B7.37 5,«23.220.01 othe 'We A. F. Agl-na. V. named bank do solemnly fully and coiTertl.v repn: contained and set forth. tate of the sever our knowledge and esents tht. 1 liui to the best (il A. F. t'. J Correct -Attest: IJ] i t't-tin s: H. L. (Jilmi.n; H. H. Cmvan L. K. Linnan HuKli Hancv / J. C. Mawdhk-y State of Iowa, County of Kossuth, ts: :Sworn tu arm .subscribed rjelui'e nu- this Kith day I hereby certity that 1 am not an ulln.'er nr due My commission e>:i>ites July 5. 1951. of Burl in the St.ite NOTICE OF HEARING OF CLEAK- ING, GRUBBING AND DISPOSAL OF TREES IN DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 132. To Matt Hilbert, Thomas ,1. & .Dorothy Becker, Helen Youngwirth, 1'rel N. & Mona C. Bohn, George E. i: Anna M. Hirner, Mamie Bailey, Dan P. Roberts, Cathryn Schaeier et al, Arthur Ricke, Marie Kunz, Louis Kul- schara. 'Muny, Leo. Joseph & Rose Wagner. I Martha. Killian, Louis J. Fer- sti. Arthur A. & Irene R. Klein. John Kutschara, Lena Fevstl, Mary Adine Kunz Lynch, John Kellncr, Caroline Ludwig, Veronica Klein, Lucy, Joseph M. & Julius t'erstl, Louis Lickteig, June Adel Kunz Goplerud, Wilbur !•'. Hamstreet, August F. & Hazel Studer, C. F. Frimml, Martha West el al, Eleanor Hanig, Herman &"Emma M. Wise, Leo F. Wagner, Herman J. & Maude Studer, M. A. Arndorfer, Wm. Klein, Leo L. Ludwig, Bernard Recker, .John M. Bruning- et al, Carl H. Rose, Bertha Suefel, W. J. Frimml, Thevon C. Hanten, James L. Adams Jr.. Edith Bud- lonu, Gco. D. fit Emma R. Hauberfi, Harold V. & Kay Westerman, F. H. Wessfls, St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church of Wesley, Mabel G. Benjamin, Trustee. EvelyiJ M. Ferstl, Edward & • Bennie Eden, Grace Kouba et al, Thekla M. Eisenbacker, Theresia K., Louis & Uildgard Goetz, Gertrude Holler. Stella llauptman, Edith & Hazel Budlong, Johanna Hanson et al. Esther V. Skow, Jennie K. Girton, Jurgen C. Skow, Charles A,. Gollner, Bernard J. Schrautli, Joseph Krieps. Mamie Bailey, Blanche A. Gray, Richard P. & Dolores C. "Madson, Charles L. Froc licji. Henry & Mamie Bailey, Lottie J. Kain, Vincent Eisenbacner, Ludlow & Kuth B. Merrill, Vincent Eisenbach- t-r. Andruw G. & Esther Heising and Helen YounKwirth, owners of th>: real estate hereinalHT tiescribod. To The Federal Land Bank of Omalia, The Prudential Insurance Company of America, Hankers Life Company, Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and Phoenix Mutual Life- insurance Company, lienholders and incuinbrancL-ry of portions or'JJie real estate hereinulter described. To H. M. Smith. Kossuth Highway Engineer, Chicago, Milwaukee St Paul Jt I'ncilie Railroad Company and to all persons in possession or having or claiming 'any right, title or inieivst in and lo ilu; lollowmg uc-st-fibcd real i.-:ilaU-, to-urt: Prairie Twp. (95-27) W 1 , NE't NE'i L-X. N 5 & SE NE', NK'i NW 1 ,, NEW &. KW>, SE-. SW' SK'i NE 1 : & , NE', NW h\V'i NW 1 ,, SU •'. NW 1 , SW Nl>/, Sactlort 17, all In TownsTUp !«3, Hanfe 27, Kossuth County, Io*a. Casii item bahmcos \\ith in process ol II SutU-s Govcnnn OMiyultons ol Slate Lo;m^ ami disftjunl li.uik [iieinisi's owm Other JMi'lb TOTAL ASSL'IS ... 13 Demand d.-posits 14. Tune d> )iusit. 5 m 15. Deposits ul IJnlH'C iu. Deposits of f ]». TOTAL Dl'l'OSn'3 2-!. TOTAL l.IAI',11. 25. Capital- 2ti. Surplus 27. Undivided pi 2'J TOTAL CAPITAL .-UVOl'XTIS 30. TOTAL I.IAUIUTIKS AND t'AI'ITAI. Ai'tOUN'I "Tills b.lllk'i capital con.-ii,!.-. or. Wo, H. E. Ai.s'l I'ashier ol the abuvi btatelllents is Hue. and ilu the several matters herein contained and belief. SWA SB S£'4 & W-y 4 NE'/i SW'/i, E% NS»4 N , WH SW' WH swli SE. SW4 SE Vf Section; 24, HEi /I t i"i W V4 • ^*JS SE'A i Section 23, j NW'A Nw>4's'Wy: & SWW, Si3/4 SEW. & S 5/8 E<4 -W!4 ti NE'£, NV'SW>i"Ni<X.. NfiVi NW'i", N W V, N W'/, ,\ N14, SE V4 • N W >A Sec- U( NEy,'NEH MW<4 ME<4, SW'A NE'i, Wife SKVl NE'4 & W'A.S'/i SE'A NE.U, NK'/l NWVi, MWW'NWW. SWA NW','4, SKU NW'A, NWii SW'i, 'N',i .NEW. SWW, NWV* NE-14 SEtf, W'i NWvfr SE 1/4 Section 28, " . • '' NiS'/i NE'4, NW'/,. NE14, SWVi NE»,i, .SE'A NE'A. ' SW',4 N.WVii NE'/i aw •/.( , *1 TY 74 fcj T» fut *J»r -<*l k>*r-,4t SEK SWk Section 27. --: . Nri'A.NE'A,-NW<4 NBWi SWVi NE*/ 4l SE'A NE'A.-NE'A ,NW%,'NW'A MW'' 4 , SWVi NW'xi, SE'A NW%, NE'A SE<' 4 , NVV'/i SE',i, SW'/i. SEVi, SEM, S3y 4 , NE'A SW'A, NW'A'SW'A, SW'A SW'A, SE'A SW'A Section 28, ' 'NtlVi. Nfi'A, E'/a S-B'A- -NEU. E'A NE'/., SE'A, E'A SE 14 SE& Sectldn 29, E',b NE'A NE'A, E',4 SE% NEV St SW'/, SW'/i NE.%, NE'A SWW,, SE'/ SW'A N of K ot W, E 2/3 S',iNW Tiikc notice and govcth yourself «c- C °Dated y thts 2nd .day 6t September* Flfst State Batik Bylldlng Britt, towa -J/; :• Attorneys tot Plaintiff a • (Publlshca Sept. 8, 15, ahd 22. 1985, •In The Algona (16WB) Upper Des doilies) •'.'•• , • • Council Minutes .. ,ia«./uu>ai^<Yyj SW'A, E 2/3 SWVt .NW',4 N of R o. W, NE'A SE'A., -NWtt , SEV4, SW% SE'/4 N of Ry., SE14 SEVi N of Ry., SE'A SW'A S of R of W, SW'A: SEVI S of R of W. SE'A, SEVi S of R bf W Section 32( - '•.".. NE'A NE'A, NW'A NEU, SW''A NE'/ 4 , SE'.i NE'A, NE'A NWV4, NWM, NW'A, SWV t NW'/i, SE'A NWU, W 865' of Kossu Couny, owa, a petton s ed by two or more of the landown of the land meluded within ,s Drainage District, asking (that s NW'A SWVI, W 885 otiSW'A oyv vi N of H of W, NEVi SW'A, NW'/ 4 SW'A ex. B65'. SWH SW'l N'of Ry., ex. W 865' SE'A SWVl N ofR of W, NEVi SE'A, NWVt SE, SWU SEH'N of R of W, SEVi SE'A N of Ry., SWU SW'A S of R of W, SE'A ; SWVi S df H of W. SWVI SE'A S of R of W, SEVi SKVi S of H of W Section 33, mV'A NEVI, W',4 N',4 SWVi NEH & SW'A SW'A--NEW, S*/4 WJi SWVi SE'A & SE'A SWVi SE'A, NE'A NW'A, NWA NW',,, SW'A NWVi, SE'A NW'/.i, NE'/i SW 1 /, ex..R of W, N.WVi SW W , 3\VV'i SWi N. 6J Hy., SWVi SWVi S of Ry., SEVI SW'/ 4 S ot Ry:, Section 34. all in Townsh.ip 06, Range 27, Kossuth County, Iowa. You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now pending before the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, a petition sign• ' wners said .. . . „ . . . said Board of Supervisors repair and improve the open ditch by clearing, grubbing and disposing of trees in the channel and on the spoil banks. That the Engineer appointed by the Board of Supervisors has reported favorably thereon, filed his report in the office of the County Auditor, recommending such improvements. For a more complete description of the proposed drainage Improvement, see Engineer's report on file. That the Engineer's report may be amended from time to time before final action. That same will corrre up for hearing before the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County,-Iowa, at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, on the 20th day of October. 1055, at 2:00 o'clock P.M. That all claims for damages and all objections to the proposed repairs and improvements to said Drainage • District, must be made in writing av?d Tiled in the office of the Count.i Auditor of Kossuth County. Iowa, at or before the time set for hearing. Dated this 13th day of September, BOAfiD OF SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA Bv C. S. Pearson, County Drainage Clerk (Published Sept. 15 and 22, 1955. in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) COUNCIL MINUTES ': The City Council met In adiourried MS- JioivAuoust 18. 1955, at 7:30 P.M. with the Mayor and all Councilman present. This was the time for hearing on the proposed plans and specifications and opening bids for the proposed sanitary sow- er In Sub-District No. 12 and a proposed storm sewer on Elm and Garfield Street. There were no objections. Bids vrere received from Ernsftr & Co., Waterloo, Clark 8, Fitr Construction Co., Bagley, Thorsnn Construction'Xo., Balaton, Minn., and Gjellefald Associates, Inc., Forest Ci- !ty. Curfc & Fitz was awarded a contract on both projects. - ... „ Mrs. Nat Bangs Was appointed a member of the Library Board of Trustees to replace. W. C. Dewel. Builder's permits were granted to Richard Norton, G'en Harms, Mrs. J. H. Neilson Melvis Bay,'John Groen, Craig Smith and John Carroll. An application for a permit filed*by Mrs. Janice Klinker was rejected for non-compliance. Ordinance No. 370, requiring those causing any opening in any public way to put said public way back in the same condition it was before the opening was c.iused, was finally adopted. Meeting adjourned. Byron P. Richardson, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk. The City Council met in special s'ession August 23, 1955 at 8:15 A.M. with the Mayor and all Councilmen present ex-, cept Kinsey and Rovn. Engineer Vern Miller was also present. Mr. Miller was/authorized to reach a formal aareemcnf with Everds Bros, in regard to" the difference In dirt moving cosis caused by changes arising from variations trom original cross, sections for the blacktop project and to present the agreement to the Council. .- Meeting adjourned. Byron 'P. Richardson, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk. The City Council met in adjourned session, August 25, 1955 at 7:30 P.M. with the Mayor and all members present except Kinsey and Rovn. Minutes were read and approved. Builaer's permits were granted to Jacob E. Decker & Sons, Sebastian Kramer, Hu- .bcrt Schoby. Orville Duncan, A. J. Huenhold and John Olberding. Extending the storm sewer now under construction on Elm and Garfield Streets was discussed. The Engincdr was authorized to instruct the Clark • & Fitz Construction Co. to proceed with said con- stri'ction. Engineer Vern Miller reported that it was agreeable; with the Quealy Excavating Cg., who is preparing the streets for blacktopping, to use ^he original cross sections. . The Mayor was authorized to sign a new contract with the Collins, Thompson & Willis Engineering Firm for inspecting, measuring and supervision on the blacktop project. A Resolution was adopted, approving the contract and bond of Clark & Fitz Construction Company for the storm sew- v er project on Elm 8. Garfield Streets. The following claims were allowed. General Government Fund Linda B. Clapsaddle, Salary V 53.24 B. P. Richardson, Salary 96.76 Ivy Scuffham, Salary 239.50 30(1.000.00 tin: above- uul Hint it SU i, SW' •V S ! , SK M:',. NW ' NIC', , NW SW i SW' SK >, . SE NW', NE', NE' NW , K2/:) .\W', ex. li SW', NE',, . SE'i SW ', , NW ', ctiim 4. NE',, SE' 4 Hy., SB'., NW'. & S'i Wl/3 ol W, SW', NW",, of Sr-nlcmhc! I this hank. \nna Merrill. Nutary ' A NW 1 , SW',. NE 1 , SW ' i. NW ', SF, '•, , SW ' . SK : : SK'i, S(-ction S E ', N E ', N E ',, K ', 'i Si-cllun li NE 1 . NK',. NE',. N 3 i W : K'., HEPOHT OF CONDITION OF "BURT SAVINGS BANK" IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Original Notice DICK BOYKEN, Plaintiff. , LOUISE BOYKEN, Defendant TO THE DEFENDANT ABOVE NAM-, ED: You are hereby notified that there is now on (lie in- the office of Ihe Clerk of the District Court of Iowa in and for Kossuth. County, the petition of plaintiff in the above entitled cause, asking that the Court enter a decree of divorce against you on* the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment and fully and completely severing the bonds of matrimony hereio- t'tfre existing between the said j>luin- tiff and defendant. Said plaintiff further prays that the Court decree him to bo the absolute- and fee simple owner of the fallowing described real estate situated in Him. cock County. State of towa, to-'.vit: Lot Sixteen 11C) and the North Half (N'.jl of Lot Kliteen (15i. all in Block Fourteen (II), Onyin:.l Town of Woden. against any-and all claims of I'l.iin- til'f whatso.'ver In said real estate and subject only to contract for the salt thtreof in lavor of C. E. Conradi, dated September 1, 11)51, filed FebruJuy 2. 1055, and recorded in Bool; 23. Pane 476. records of Hancock County, Stair of Iowa, and that the defendant above named be decreed lo have no right, title, lien or interest in or to said real estate or said contract for the sal • thereof and plaintiff further prays lit! such other and further relief as a Couri of Kquitv may ijrant in the picnm.--. For further particulars see the petition n-.w on file. Notice is hereby given that pl.nn- tilt ch.ims no personal judgment against s.iid defendant. AND UNLESS you appear and make defense thereto before- the D.utnrt t'ourt of Iowa in and for Kossuln County at the Court House in AIi;or..i, Iowa im m- before th« lotii* lUiv i,f Oi'tob.-r. A. D. li)55. you will be 111 default and jiidijm<;nt or decree of t;.e District Court of Iowa in and foi KIH- Mith Countv may be entered against you for all of the- rplitf. prayed in j>l:iintilt"a petition. F. S. Norton & Sort. Mdse. ....... 49-95 lee M. Hatthar, Dig Sev»ei! -.- (SS'XS Concrete Products Corp., Mds«. /|.00 it 6fid .fbuhdffe Mdse:•»*.»• : 103.00, norm BI6tk & ••TIM. Tile i-u. .50.JV ja-,ii'~a «-!«"/ "•""••/;- ~~ . FMd GrBribach, Salary ^..* ? — Iowa Stat6 :BAhk, Tdx >*-----City Qlerki' Adv. Cain ---»-.-- VVeldGn .Brothers, rlri&l on Cotl- tract •-.--•——i-J^*----r- Inertol Co., Inc., Supplies ->— Algona Flour & Feed. Seed ..— Funk & Deim, Repairs Kohlha4s Hdwe., Supplies , Albert Baas, Salary ,---,Teresa Norton,- Salary _._—i-*-. Dr.-Sawyer, Rent . ,...=.;..-...X Recreation Fund Howard Stephemcfn, Salary ._- 94.65 14.20 t.86 .. 43.72 21.23 ''39 ' •*.> • A 216.89 Howara itepnenson, juieiir ---* 'TAn.;! Donald Cook, Salary -.——., f'^' William De#el, Salary. -^ Marcia Stlllrnan, Salary ... Sheila Sullivan, Salary . Jackl VdhderWaal, Salary ...^ IcTwa State Bank, Tax .NW Bell telephons Co., Servlee City Clerk, Adv. Cash _.West Disinfecting Co., .Supplies Globe Ticket Co., Supplies Thompson-Hayward, Mdse.,. Fareway Stores, Inc., Supplies - T.J^ KohlhaaS Hdwe.. Mdse. ..-.-. 234.50 Algona Flour & Feed. Lime .... Marilyn LowmaiH, Salary Airport Fund Municipal Utilities, Water Grippen i^aper Co., Supplies _. Marjoric Albright, Labor ----Parking Meter Fund Ernest Hutchison, Salary 132.30 Traf-0-Terla -System, Mdse. ... V -125.0G City Clerk, Adv. Cash ; 3.55 Park-0-Metor Co., Mdse. 834.04 Meeting adjourned to September 15, 1955 at 7:30,P.M. Byron P. Richardson, Mayor Attest: Ivy.D.'Scuffham, City Clerk. 1 \ 8.89 82,00 82.00 82.00 78.60 '8.00 22. T6 26.80 10.69 18.00 9.9.4 ,.OC 00.80 9.74 15.10 60.00 MACHINERY eSTHERViUt TUESDAY, SEPT, 27 , Sale .Starts .al^ 1 o'elaek v Large Amount of Com Harvesting Eejutpmetit -Tractors, Combines, Wagons, Hoists, Boxes, Etc. ' Located East Part of Estherville Across The Street From Kinard's Dairy BURNS, CLARK & CLARK, Auctioneers Emmet Couniy Stale Bank, EsthervUle, Clerk PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER Nancy Sands, Salary L.ov.'ir, Ferguson, Salary Albert Bockelnian, Salary Iowa State Bank, Tax Koch Brothers, Supplies, NW Bell Telephone, Service __ Trinity Lutheran Church, Rotund Kohlhaas Hdwe., Mdse -, t Mrs. Janice Klinker, Refund 'ftotsford Lumber Co., Mdse. II I-. S. Norton & Son, Mdse. i Street Fund Glenn Burtis, Salary Albert Pcrgandc, Salary ' 'Jess Lashbrook, Salary III Richard Frambach, Salary Raymond Molzen Jr., Salary Vack Mears, Salary Donald Prcw, Salary IIII Kenneth Frank.1, Salary William Woodcock, Salary Lewis Ferguson, Salary Re^kus Heimers, Labor Reiner Hclmers, Labor George Weig Jr., Labor Cl.ircncc Hsigeson, Labor Cugcnc Helmers, Labor livcrelt .Knudsen, L^bor Max Hclmcrs, Labor Gnorge Miller, Labor Harry Ward, Labor Iowa Slate Bank, Tax NV/ Bell Telephone, Service L. R. Steinman, Mowing City Clerk, Adv. Cash /II Clarence t-raser, Side-walk Pi-tzig Testing Labr., Tests III. lee M. Halcncr, Labor Norton 4 Son, Supplies .. V.illcr Enqint'L-ring Co., tng. Hargrove Construction Co Kelund '. Ken i> LCO'J, Gns ... I Algona A/achme Shop, Repairs I . rfcmrunl Lunihur Co., Mdse. Konl'vjai Hdwe., Supplies .... Public Safety Fund ~ A. (_. Weishaar, Salary Alherr But,, Salary PtV/mond Krebs, Salary ..'_ !\i<_n<jrd Groen, Salary Leo Counley, ^alar/ . I Iowa jrjic S,-,nx, Tax "IIIII" Pete's .lervice, G.-.s ...IIIIIH NV. i:,..;l Telephone, Service Cii/ CLrk, A Iv. C^ih _. Sanitation Fund Le-rtis Y. t-'er^u'.on, Salary Hair, Ward, ialary . .__ "~ P.eakus Holrntn. Labor "_IIIII KCinc'i Hflmcri, Labor Glur'j-:- Weig Jr., Labor Max riUineri, L.:bor . .. EujL'n:.. Helmers, Labor Cl.ircr-ic.1.- H'.-ig..Lon, Labor ...II LvC-rett, Larger \-i\'l uel) Teiyprione, Service Zep M»O. Corp, Mdse Hilton's. 'Service. Ga-, ... . _ Ready-Mix, Supplies III Al Mis;ul. Photos, ..II.IIIIII 67.16 33.S4 47.25 92.60 1 1.73 8.00 56.25 139.50 1.00 144.63 11.00 108.67 134.31 127.28 92.29 87.29 97.29 1 11.51 97.29 80.27 132.30 140.80 93.55 54.58 25.64 56.35 9.92 29.40 25.72 44.41 63.10 10.45 198.75 5.48 103.20 15.00 950.00 123.15 I,ld4.70 10.00 3.28 7.4075.36 10.86 134.75 134.95 121.70 132.30 I 26.70 30.0U 34.0b 2.93 2000 10.00 132.30 13.36 32.1 3 "72.76 2j.9a 21.56 6.37 38.04 38.27 29.65 79.35 12.97 3.80 7.7 7.50 Hotel you'll be glad you did In tbe v^ry center of the city near depot:, [theaters, wh district and all shopping. Air-Conditioned Rooms Radio — TV available. Dining Room, Coffee Shop, Cocktail Lounge. Garage Service.. 350 modern rooms, moderately priced Leslie F. Long, Mgr. 4th Street af Henneptn le ol Iowa, Count.\ oi Kossulh, ss: Sworn to and subscribed bc-Joic '.'vt-by vprtily that I ara r.ot .'Hi cominj^'ivr, cxpjrcs July Jtli, . Minnesota. Tropic Isle ice cream is here! EXTRA-GOOD because it's nratlc with extra cream. Extra-tasly too hi\causc it's chock full, of juicy, golden pineapple pieces. Get pome .=0011 where you see this Lady Garden Ice'Cream sign. - : Lady 1 'ICECREAM f, ««; ! 60 ACRE on the premis es at 2 p.m. LOCATION: 2 miles north, !/z mile east of Whittemore, la. This farm was formerly the Henry Felder Estate, and Qonsists of 160 acres. Practically all of farm is under cultivation now. There is a good set of improvements and the farm is well fenced, with a good well. A good gravel road goes by the place, also school bus and mail route by the gate. There are two parochial schools — one Lutheran and one Catholic, also one good public school in Whittemore, and also good churches of your choice. TERMS: 20' >• down payment date of sale. Balance March 1, 1956 f when abstract and merchantable title will be furnished to purchaser. Possession will be given March 1, 1956. - PROPRIETOR Colwell Bros., Auctioneers

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