The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 28
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
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B-At§6na (la.) Upper Pet Moirte* Thursday, October 13, 1955 32 New 4-H Members Enrolled In County Clubs The Kossuth County 4-H enrollment program is getting off to a good start. New members welcomed into the boy's 4-H clubs of the county so fnr'this month include— Algona Dairy Club—Richard Meier, Kenny Arndorfer, Lee Froehlich, Paul Seiler. Robert Meier: Grant Hustlers—Michael Koons. Carl Payne. Gary Waterbury: Greenwood Boys—Allen Dumstnrff. Pat Wilhelmi: Lincoln Lads— Wubben: Lotts Creek Leaders — George Bierstedt. Dwight Decker, Jean Knocker. Gerald Schuller. Eulan Schuller: Ramsey Club—Larry Eckharl, Fred Erkharf: Swea - Harrison Club—William Wiskus. Robert Wiskus, LuVern Wiskus. Daniel Petersen: Union Club—Mary Reilly. Elmer Alt. Tim Vipon'd. Edward Reilly. Jerry Pingel, Susan Nitchals, Robert Pingel. Jimmy Rhipler. James Nitchals and James Pingel. If you are between the ago of 10 and 21 and are interested in joining a 4-H club vou are invited to attend the October or November 4-H club meeting in your local community. If you wish more information regarding the club program or where your local meeting will be held, please- contact any one of the following local leaders or county Extension Office. Robert Mayer, Algona Club; Maurice Bilsborough, Buffalo: James Coady, Ji\. Burt: Lloyd Thorson. Eagle; Vincent Volteler. Fenton: Ray Frieden, Garfield: Sorcn Pedersen, Grant; Gerald Soderberg, Greenwood; Paul Trenary. Lakota Club; Alfred Bierstedt. Lotts Creek; Charles Brown, LuVerne; Earl Zwiefel. Portland: Bernard Soangler, Prairie: Leander Vaske. Ramsey; Bernard Thilges, St. Joe; Earl Crouch, Seneca; Cecil Thoreson, Swea-Harrison; Kenneth Strayer, Union: John Mosbach, Whit tomore: Ray Cunningham, Wesley; Ed Kain, Plum Creek. COUNTY 4-H BOYS ELECTION OCT. 22 The Kossuth County Boy's annual meeting and election" of of ficers will be held Saturday, Oct. 22 at 1:30 p.m. at the County Extension Office. Each local club is eligible and encouraged to send a voting delegate and candidate to (lie election. Candidates must be at least. 14 years of age and completed two years of club work. Items of business to be discussed, according to Fred Erickson, county president, include election of officers, reports by the officers on state events and program plans for 1956. Other officers in charge of the meeting are John Helleseth, vicepresident: Alan Peterson, secretary-treasurer and Philip Tok- lu'im, reporter. •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Knuf Oppedohl Legion Auxiliary At Swea Meets Swea City—County officers ot the American Legion Auxiliary were present at the local group's meeting on Monday night, according to Publicity "Chairman Mrs Adolph Morlenson, who reports that Mrs Lily Foth, Algona, county president, and Mrs. Mark Moore, county chairman of work for retarded children, were guest speakers. Mrs Evelyn Tague, local president, was in charge of the meeting. Mrs Ida Larson gave a reading on Columbus Day and Mrs Carl Anderson read an interesting letter from her son Dale of the air force. A film on retarded children was shown by Adolph Mor- lenson. Announcement was made of the Nov. 8 caravan to be held at the Algona Country Club at which Auxiliary members frorn 7 north Iowa counties will meet to discuss projects. ' Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by Mrs J. August Peterson, Mrs C. S. Kluger, Mrs Julius Hill and Betty Hill. - WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Mr and Mrs Alf Lee and family of Britt and Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius were dinner guests at the Knut Oppedahl home, to honor Mr Hofius whfise birthday was Oct.. 5. Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz and family visited at the George Kjar home at West Bend. Visitors at the Sal?, home were Mr and Mrs George Besch of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf and Mr and Mrs Richard Kropf and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Kropf home at Dakota City. Mr and Mrs Ralph Jensen and family of Rodman were recent dinner guests at the Hollis Cooper home. Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family visited the MaDean Ludwig home at West Bend to see the baby daughter born to the Ludwigs, September 2,5. Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family were Sunday dinner guests at the homo of Mrs Cooper's mother, Mrs Frank Henley at Emmetsburg. Sunday evening visitors at the Cooper home were Mr and Mrs Clyde Cooper and family of Bode. Sunday supper and evening visitors at the Melvin Ellingson home were Mr and Mrs Joel Ellingson and family of Ellsworth, Mr and Mrs Peter Movick, Clarence Ellingson and Mr and Mrs Arlo Movick and Debbie of Mason City. ' Many friends from Ottosen attended open house honoring Mr and Mrs Norman Helleseth on their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Magnus Bratland visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Christiansen' Sunday evening in their new home in Humboldt.'The couple purchased this home recently and moved in Saturday. Albert Bratland of Bode visited Sunday afternoon at the Magnus Bratland home. Mr and Mrs Ernest Enockson of Humboldt visited Sunday • evening at the W. G. Cooper home. Melbourne Halsrud of Clinton was a Sunday evening visitor at the Oliver Lee home. Mr and Mrs Henry Banner and children of Lake Elmo, Minnesota, spent the weekend at the S. Nelson home. Sunday other dinner guests at the Nelson home with the Danner family were Mr and Mrs Howard Himrod and family of Humboldt. Mrs Oliver Lee and son Terry drove to Story City recently to get Mrs Willis King and daughter Vickie who had been visiting at the Bob Moore home there. They were dinner guests at the Moore home. In the afternoon they visited at the Arnold Maxwell home at Dows. Mr and Mrs Earl Long visiled at the Clarence Long home at Sheldon Thursday afternoon. In the evening they visited at the L. O. Short home at Spencer. Sun- Mrs Ralph Richards, Mrs Albert Thorsen and Mrs Harold Mountain attended the Humboldt County Women's Club Federation meeting at Gilmore City Monday. The group accompanied Mrs Viola Thompson of Bode. day evening supper guests at the Long home were Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and family and Albert Bratland of Bode. Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Jerry and Richard Kinseth attended funeral services for John Naeve at the Methodist church in Gilmore City. Rev. A. Rameriz of Pocahontas was a Wednesday evening visitor at the Ralph Richards home. QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS School District, Algona Community Kossulh County I do hereby certify that this report is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of the board uf said district for the quarter ending September 30, 1»55. Inez Wolfe Secretary FINANCIAL STATEMENT Schoolhouoe Fund Balance from Previous Quarter 14.65211 Total Receipts for Quarter _ " 234000 Total .to Account for _. ' - ' •""" ~~ Total of Warrants Drawn During Quarter ..""L_"ML"III 50.00 Bnlanre nl End of Quarlcr _ . , General Fund Balance from Previous Quarter _„ ... 73,77420 Total Receipts for Quarter 111-11111111123,115.81 Total to Account for ..- _ _ , Expenditures Regular Salaries for Quarter . 33 771 00 (Teachers, Janitors. Officers, etc., grouped")"" Other Warrants Issued — amount .. 46 601 57 IB n-12 1-1 <>6.8oo to Total Expenditures Balance at End of Quarter . Summarized Proceedings Pertaining To Financial Matter! and Expenses ol ' This Quarter Special Courses Fund Bal. previous quarter 4,968.70 Receipts for quarter 100000 Bal. end of quarter __• 3,968.70 No expenditures List of Warrants (except salaries) Schoolhouse Fund Security State Bank, Interest 50 00 Tolil1 —.; ----- -- 50.00 General Fund ' Advance Pub. Co. . 22752 Algona Flour & Feed _ . 62S Algona Implement Co. 69069 Algona Insurance Agency 4.00 Algona Laundry I._ 881 Algona Municipal Ut. 55891 Algona Plbg. & Heating ._. 83540 Algona Refrigeration '1850 Algona Reminder 2385 Algona Tree Service 193'00 Am. Council on Educ 200 Am. Heart Ass'n 5'75 Am. Pearl Button Co. . 1400 Amfahr, M. F. 13 ]g Associated Students Ill" 1.62 Ass'n Childhood Educ. 2.25 — - 85,372.57 — 11.517.53 Blossom Ins. Agency _605.53 Botsford Lumber Co. 1301.84 Bradley Brothers -.- _ 15.70 Bravton. K. L. 7400 Broyion, Mrs K. L. 24.00 Brodhead Garrett Co. . . 227 89 Brown. Richdrd J. _ 75.50 Bureau Dental Hygiene 3.97 Bureau Ed. Research & Service 7.40 Central Motors . 1000 Chally. Glen 514.35 CheH Chart Corp. .__. 256 Chrfstensen Bros. Mach. Co. 16265 Cook. Chet , 18.00 Cooks Weders Supplv 110.42 Cowan Bldg. Supply 71785 Cowan, H. J... contractor . 87647 Creative Playthings -_ . 5228 Culligan Soft Water Service 3950 Davies. J. J. 35.00 Deities. Joe 1013.55 Demco Library Supplies _ 20355 Druggist Mutual ..i G21 04 Dudley Lock Corp: 10262 Elmorc Nursery ..'...'. 30.00 Filmore County Nursery 500.0C Forney Arc Welders Inc. 168.11 Foster Furniture 280! Funk & Deim L __ _ 1906 Furst, Richard 250 OC Most Modern Truck Features of All! New Chevrolet Task-Force Trucks New concealed Safety Step! New High-level ventilation! New panoramic windshield! You get the most modern • — - • ; ••••••••••••• features in today's most modern trucks I They're the most modern moneysavers on the road-loaded with far-ahead features that mean lower hauling costs today and higher trade-in value tomorrow. Come on in and look 'em over. Anything less is an old-fashioned truck! t Most Modem Power...V8or6 Shortest stroke V8's in any leading truck! (Standard in the new L.C.F. models, available in all others, except Forward Control, as an extra-cost option.) Most advanced sues! The stroke is shorter than the bore in Chevrolet'* modern truck VS'sl Most Modern Styling New Chevrolet trucks are the only Work-Styled trucks! Two different styling treatments are offered-one for light- and medium-duty models, another for heavy-duty. America's Bat biting Truck • 111 Jli ILU 1.11 Ll KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Southwest Courthouse Square Phone 200 Gencrnl Biological Sujv House 3352 Oeiiferal Typewriter Exchange __ 25.00 Colla. Jack .. „„ 31.80 Greenburg Auto Supply _ 28.45 Hall Strnhorn 8735 Hawkes. Glenn R. 8250 Herbst Ins. Agency 70.00 Herbst. Joel M. ._. ..... S378 History Today 5.00 Holcomb. B. G. _ 3000 Hutchison & Hough 220.24 Huntington Lab. Inc. 52.05 Hutzells __ ..503.00 Iowa Ass'n Of Sell. Bds. 50.00 Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm 4100.32 Wwa Mutual Tornado Ins. Ass'n 15.15 1PEHS (Retirement Sys.) 7151.38 Irons, P. R _.. . 1878 Kent Motor Co . " 3752 Klnmp. Charlie . n.70 Klioto Loose Le.if Co. ... . .105 Kohlhnns Hardware . . . 168 19 Kossuth Co. Agr. AM'n 384.00 Kossuth Motors _ 474739 Kossuth Mutual Ins. Ass'n 13.03 Kossuth Oil Co. 147.00 Kraft Music Co. 40348 Laing. Mrs Edcl ~~ SS'.SO Lenna's Quality Printing 31.50 Loving'. Jason .. 2970 MeBride. Walter .729.25 Midwest Vis. Eclur. Service .. 485.28 Milbrandt. Edith _•> 81105 Miller. H. VV .. 5000 Miracle Whirl Sales Co. 238.00 Modern Dry Cleaners 113.28 Nat'l. Educ. Ass'n 1192 North Central Ass'n Coll. & Sec. sen. _ 15,00 North Central Conf., supt. Mease 50.00 Northwestern Bell Telephone .. 212.25 Norton. F. S. & Son 19053 Norton Machine Works 5804 Novo. Educ. Toy & Equip _ 6.22 NUEA Comm. on Disc. & Debate 7.00 Nutter. Carole 14.28 Olson, Albert 51.75 Olson Arthur . . __ .... __, . 72292 P & F Corbin Division I fi.flo Petty Cash _ 242.43 Plavtlme Equip. Co. - 4500 Pontius. D. W. 425 Porter, J. E. Corp. 302.54 Postmaster _ _ 182V Posts Transfer 32.37 Potter. Mrs Ben H 00 Pratt Elertrir Const. Co. 291 10 Prentice Hall Inc 468 Ready Mix Concrete 56.82 Remtneton Rand Inc 10500 Revolving Fund -100000 Rovnl Typewriter Co. .. 18000 Stcphcnson. Robert Steven, Walter Strauss Lock Corp. Strayer & O'Brien Sunbeam Corp. Underwood corporation University of Texas Upper Des Moines Pub. Up-Right Scaffolds Co VanderWaal, M. L. ... Waller. Harley Webster Pub. Co. . 30.00 . 18.00 . 12.97 . 48.30 . 12.48 .160.00 _ 2.00 .141.ll -171.00 _ 38.40 .711.45 - 14.68 Welch, W. M. Mfg. Co. 172.87 Swartz Hardware 300.00 Total ... ii.46flbl.57 I, Inez Wolfe, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that, this report, pages 1, 2, 3 Is n true and correct statement of the proceedings ' pertaining to financial matters or the Board of said District for the quarter ending Sept. 30, 1955. Inez Wolfe, . . . read about DUO-THERM HOME HEATERS in this month's FARM and HOME section ' HALUSTRAHORN HARDWARE Rusk Drug & Jewelry .... Huss & Kvs Super Sc'rvice Sanitary Supply Service „ Schohv. Huhnrt F. _ Schwartz. Alfred Sfabury, Hugh F, "Spc-iirltv State Bnnk Sefrll. CSeorge W. . Seright Pub. Bureau Shumway. Gaylord 6.3.1 12032 fi.75 10 On 85.00 R.55 ..- 8542.45 111.65 -.15..Ill . 5000 Smith Corona, Inc. Snarks. Darrrll 18.00 Stephens, Robert _ - 76.95 Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids Nrw York, N. Y. <Sp<-cl«n - For the first time 'science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pnin, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing of all —results were so thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a probleml" The secret is a new hcalinf? substance (Bio-Dyne* ) —discovery of • World-famous research institute. This substance is now available In sttpiionitory or ointment form under the name Preparation II.* At your druggist. Money back ganrantee. •fier C. 8. Fit. Off. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT We Told You Last Week That something BIG was going to happen in WHITTEMORE Here It Is, Folks!— — ANNOUNCEMENT| We have been appointed Dealer in the Whittemore area for the world-famous ADLER SEWING MACHINES - and to celebrate our appointment we are going to have a — Big Opening Celebration AT MODERN HOME APPLIANCE WHITTEMORE, IOWA Saturday-1 Day Only (AFTERNOON and EVENING) Free Prizes-Free Gifts FREE Perfume Gift to Every Lady Who Comes In FREE DOOR PRJZES Special Discounts Liberal Trade-In Allowances ADLER-MATIC SEWING DEMONSTRATIONS THAT WILL REALLY THRILL YOU! Expert, Guaranteed * Sewing Machine Repair Service Modern Home Appliance Come and See Us Next Saturday, Oct. 15 WHITTEMORE, IOWA

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