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4-Algona (la.) Upper D«s Moines Tuesday, February 14, 1956 Wesleyans At Joe Hildman Rites, Plymouth Wes'ey — Weslcyans who attended the funeral of Joe Hildman. 70, at SI. Michael's Catholic church at Plymouth Wednesday morning, Feb. 8, included Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman. Mr and Mrs Urban Neuroth. Mr and Mrs Clair Neuroth, Mrs Sophia Hild- mnn, Beatrice and Leo, Mr and Mrs Reese Martin, Mr and Mrs Erwin Hildman. Mr and Mrs John Hiidman, Mr and Mrs Rudolph Hildman. J. P. Studer, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Wingert. Mrs Julius Mat;:. Bob and Rose Marie. And from this area Matt Hild- n^nn ;>nd son Earl of Livermore; Mr and Mrs Robert Kain of Algona; Mr and Mrs Harold Sankey of Britt. . Rev. Nestor Goedken officiated al the Requiem High Mass. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery at Wesley. Six nephews were casket- bnarers. They were Bob Mat?. Virgil Matu, John Hildman, Clair Hildman. Dennis Hildman, Ed Kirschbaum. A group of women prepared and served dinner to 95 relatives and friends in St. Joseph's parish hill after burial of the former Wesleyan. Lions Club Met The Lions held their regular meeting Wednesday evening, Feb. 9. J. W. Olson who is employed at the R. C. Bauer Implement Co. was a guest. Dr. Paul Warner gave, a talk on "Iowa Eye Bank" sponsored by Lions Clubs. To Head Banquet J. C. Skow is chairman of the Kossuth County Soil Conservation group. Their annual district banquet will be held at Burl Feb. 28. New Library Hours The library board met Saturday, Feb. 4, and decided to discontinue Wednesday hours for lack of patronage, i'be Saturday hours will be 3 to 5 as usual. Ethel Flom has accepted membership on the board. Several new books including "Thorn Tree" by White; "Answer is God" by Davis; "Minding Our Own Business", by Paul were added to the adult shelves. Two teen-age books are purchased each month and some 20 children's books every three months. 2nd Anniversary Martin Hamilton's Hatchery observed its 2nd anniversary Saturday. Feb. 11, by serving free coffee, donuts and candy to their many friends and patrons. Beside hatchery and poultry products Martin and Bernie Handle TV sets, radios and phonographs. 75ih Birthday Mrs Amanda Carlson was 75 years old Feb. 8. On Sunday. Feb. 5 her family gathered at hei home for a dinner party and reunion. Present were Mr and Mrs Vincent Heifner, Buffalo Center PLANT 52O HILLS PER MINUTE!* CHECKROW AND DRILL OR DRILL AND HILL-DROF PQ PLANTER NEW 4-ROW PULL-BEHIND PLANTER See our largo ad in f/ie Farm A Home section Planting goes fast with a new Minneapolis-Moline 4-row, pull- behind PQ, planter in your fields. New, patented flnger~vahes are located for dependable planting action at modern planting speeds, Simplified planting mechanism has no seed shaft clutch; seed plate turns continuously and mechanism is driven directly off press wheels ,by steel-link chain. Easy-r.olling transport wheels have 5.90-15 tires. Wheels follow ground'contours without affecting planting depth. Links keep planting units always aligned. Models available with double disc or runner openers, mechanical lift or hydraulic control. Automatic markers and 7xl8-inch steel press wheels are standard; zero-pressure ti^es are extra. Liftoff seed cans have capacity of '/£ bushel corn. Fertilizer attachment has 80-90 Ib. capacity and a metering rate of up to 400 Ibs. per acre. 'Planting rate: 130 buttons per minute. BUSCHER BROS. Gilbert and Dick Phone 90 No. Main St, Tops In Tubeless! > NX N'^ 'V\\^\\Cv^ New Hood S.fety-Seol "400" Driving's a pleasure with Safety Seal protection because here's your safeguard against punctures, blowouts and skids. Flats? They're in the past, flowpgts? You have Hood's Blowout Shield. Skids? Just PUNCTURE SEAtING Special gummy rubber i«alt punctures instantly, permanently. Remove the puncturing object and drive away with no delay. Sealant it drawn into (he hole to make >eal complete. •••I BLOWOUT PROTECTION A double layer of butyl rubber, the Safety Seal Blowout Shield, really doei its duty . . . guards against blowouts. Incase «f severe tire damage, air it released slowly for soft, itraight-line stops. SKID RESISTANT Safely Seal's eight-rib Grip-Sure Tread digs through slick road film and wipe* pavement so you gel sure traction . . . fast starts and stops without the danger of skids. straight-line stops. And you get the tops in mileage and riding comfort. Why wait? Set your mind al rest —drive on the best! Trade in your present tires on SkeJIy - Hood Safety Seal "400" Tubeless Tires. «or tubeless tire Tr*4« Parade! SCQBBA'S SKEUY SERVICE Corner Easl State & Colby Sts. Phone 788 Moni^e Scobba IN p«ae« and war, your local NATIONAL GUARD unit stands rtady to s«rv«. Kilt* VOW OIMH9 UH Mr and Mrs Henry Baadc, Titonka; Mr and Mrs Alvin Hop- kos, Titonka; Mr and Mrs Guy Carlson, Titonka; Mr and Mrs Jay Carlson and their families and Grant Carlson at home. $131 For Polio Mrs Maurice DeBocr, chairman of the March of Dimes drive, reports $131.24 collected in the recent drive. Lions Vs. Lions The Lions will act Thursday evening Feb. 16 when they tangle with Titonka Lions at the local gym. Basketball will be the nigh ' light of the evening with the curtain raiser at 7:30. The Wesley Junior high boys will also play the Titonka Juniors and the Wesley high school girls will play the Alumni ladies. This is a Lions and Boy Scout benefit. Mrs Rich Reiling and infant son were brought home Friday from Britt .Memorial hospital where the baby was born Sunday, Feb. 5. Patricia Juchem, 3 year 'old daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Juchem was taken to Iowa City Wednesday in the McCullough Ambulance of Algona. She has Been a patient at the University hospital in Iowa City several times. Her mother Wednesday. accompanied hei the Leonard Studer Mr and Mrs Glenn Fuller and three children of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Richard Smith and Gary were Sunday, Feb. 5 dinner guests at home. Mr and Mrs Phil Kollasch of Algona were Thursday callers at the George Ricke home. Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly and Mrs Frank Bleich visited the women's sister, Mrs Frank Bentele and family at Swea City Thursday. Mr and Mrs George Rickc spent -the weekend in Dubuque, guests of Mr and Mrs Ed Welter and family. They visited Mrs Ricke's mother, Mrs Mary Stufflick at St. Joseph's hospital. Mrs Ida Funnemark reports $195.50 net on TB and heart seal drive. This exceeds the past collections. Mrs Bettie Wester went to Des Moines Wednesday, Feb. 8th to consult a specialist for a long standing ailment and to visit her daughter, Mrs Leila Jordan. A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Don Lickteig " Monday, Feb. 6 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. They now have Tour sons. Mrs Lickteig is the former Jane Hauptman, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. P. Hauptman. Linda, second daughter of Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough, spent several days the fore part of last week in the Britt Memorial hos pital for medical care. Ruth Wise observed a birthday Wednesday, Feb. 5. Girls 01 .junior high school and theii icacher, Mrs Mary Ruckwood were entertained at a party after school at the Herman Wise farm .iome. Mr and Mr.s Julius Mat/, report a new granddaughter born to Mr and Mrs Vincent Mat/ oi De.s Moines Sunday, Feb. 5. Theii other child Ronnie had been a> the home of his grandparents. Mr and Mrs Albert Haag at Algona. Melvin Perkins of Blooming ton. 111. was a guest Thursda> aigiit of his sister-in-law, Mrs Julius Mat/ and family, tie. hac ;pent several ciays visiting rela- . ives at Britt. Mr and -Mrs 11. E. Hemming-on spent a recent weekend witr relatives in Sac City. Mr and Mrs Tom Furburgei and Mr and Mrs Frank Bloicr took pait in u cribbage tournament in Garner Tuesday evening Dean DeBoLT, 5 year old son of Mr and Mrs DeBoer, was a guest .n the Gayle M. Studer home Wednesday and Thur.-day of last week. Mr and Mrs DeBoer attended the Hardware convention in Des Moines. Dean's liltli sister Dawn was eared for in the E. M. Olson home. Ray Muellers held a closmg- n.i! farm sale Tuesday. Feb. 7. The family will move into the buildings on the former Will I'Yimml farm to be vacated by the C'lriylnn Vit/thum family. Mr and Mrs L. T. Rnot and Mr and Mis Maurin! DeBoer at- leiuled the Hurd'.vare convention in Des Miiines \Vecine-ck.y and Tnursaa.v, Feb. tilii ami Utli. Fred Biihn spent several days Die lore part of last yvce!: in Chicago, 111. on business. Mr and Mrs All red Kelch and children cif Estherville were Wednesday evening callers al the Julius M:.it/ home. They had visite.l Mr and Mrs Curtis Ander- ;jon at Clarion. Mrs Anderson was with her brotlur, Alfred Kelch and tamilly and went home with them lor a vi.iit. She is recuperating iiom surgery. It Uik<-^ ujiJy 1/10 o| a second In \\ ink tin- I've, thf Uislr-i-t phv- .ML.il adion a peiion can do. Sexton Agent Is Author Of Magazine Article By The Village Gossip Sexton—Kelley Lumber Co. is still growing with the addition of a workshop behind the office. Now they will not only supply the lumber but also make the article if a do it yourselfer has a failure. wrecking service after being in the merchant marine service the past few years. For a small town, Sexton is producing quite a few correspondents. L. A. Copp is the latest writer with published material. He even made contact with a friend of long past railroading days when he had an article in the Telegrapher, a railroad paper. The past week has been birthday time for the younger set. Joyce Gabrielson supervised decoration of her cake for her fifth birthday. Mrs August Kirschbaum had a special cake because their oldest grandson and granddaughter have the same birthday. Kenneth Kirschbaum was five and Susan Bode was nine. Susan, Diane and Patrica Bode visited with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs August Kirschbaum while the Bode home was being moved. While things are in a mess now the girls will be happy to move into the new home being built on the site of the old house. Two -of the latest TV owners will have to be careful not to cross to his side of the tracks since they didn't get their sets from the local dealer. While waiting at home for the call to army service John and Alfred Opheim are getting ready for the job ahead in different ways. John must have been getting in training by taking a baby sitting job while Alfred won't have much left of his beautiful new home permanent curls after getting a real GI haircut. Mr and Mrs John Stratton picked a lucky week, weather wise, to move here and get settled. George Yanser did the trucking with a little extra help from Bob Hutchison, Mr and Mrs Max Stratton, Mr and Mrs Frank Stratton and Glenn Gabrielson The moving gang- had a late dinner at the Clarence Huff home. The first visitor at their new home was a nephew of Mr and Mrs Stratton, Gene Norte of Waterloo. He now operates a Livermore News There was a farewell parly in the parish hall -of Sacred Heart Church Sunday evening for Mr and Mrs William Hastings who will be moving to Fort Dodge in February. The Rev. Robert Kessinger, the Methodist Church pastor, is confined to his home with the members. Mr and Mrs Richard Thul and family of Algona and, NTv and Mrs George Foth were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Gordon Foil) home near LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Herman Vaudt 01 Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Wayne Vaudt and family, Holen and Linn Rutz and Mrs Mary Houck were Sunday visitors at the Art Vaudt home. Mr and Mrs Paul Erpelding, Mr Mrs George Lenertz opened he 1 . 1 home to the Contract Club members Saturday afternoon. A dessert luncheon was served after the, guests arrived. High prize in contract went to Mrs Jessamine Miller, second high to Mrs Harry Clark, and traveling prize to Mrs Alvin Lencrtz. Mrs Joe Sanders, who was a guest, also received a prize. and Mrs Marvin Reding and Mi and Mrs Ted Wagner of St. Joe attended the card party ai Sacred Heart Church Wednesday Ivy Scuffham, Salary 250,77 Nancy Sands, Salary 72.67 Lewis Ferguson, Salary ._ 16.94 Albert Boekelman, Salary 37.80 Iowa State Bank, Tax ».._ 82.50 NW Bell Telephone, Service 8.90 Hurzell's, Supplies 7.48 \<ilrriah VV. Glawo, Refund 43.75 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, Salary 145.40 Albert Pergande, Salary 128.42 Glenn Burtis, Salary 120.82 Richard Frambach, Salary 95.69 Raymond Metzen Jr., Salary 93.35 Jack Mears, Salary 100.69 Donald Prew, Salary 114.52 Kenneth Frankl, Salary 107.58 Iowa State Bank, Tax _ 74.40 NW Bell Telephone Co., Service _ 13.80 Aloon.i Ins. Agency, Ins. 186.67 Care Salt Co., Mdse. ... 67.00 W. C. Brown Supply, Mdse. 124.92 Gibbs-Cook Equipment, Repairs __ 85.23 Public Safety Fund Albert Boekelman, Salary 145.26 A. C. Weishaar, Salary 130.72 Richard Groen, Salary 137.02 Ernest Hutchison, Salary 132.30 Peter Jorgenson, Salary :.. 105.44 Albert Olson, Labor 39.20 J.imps Stebblns, Labor . 39.20 Jacob Godden, Labor 39.20 Robert Steven, Labor 35.28 Henry Stebritz, Labor 29.4U evening sponsored the congregation. Mr and Mrs the men of Roy Salmon motored his mother. Mrs Kale Collins to West Bend Friday where she will spend a few days with her brother, Oscar Riley. who is ill. Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council of the City of Algona met in regular session at 7:30 P.M.. January 25, 1956 with the Mayor and all Councilmen present except Dreesman. Minutes were read and approved. Tom McGraw requested the sanitary sewer extended to the south half of Block 265, Call's Addition. The Engineer was instructed to prepare estimate of cost of said sewer. Plans for construction of the proposed storm sewer in the eastern part of Algona known as District No. 1 were discussed. Engineer M. W. Bittinger was instructed to prepare plat and schedule. The Mayor *vas instructed to employ a committee to fix valuation's on real estate "in said area. The care of trees in the City was discussed and the //ayor was directed to publirh a proclamation in this .regard. Builder's permits were granted to Irwin Malueg, Rosella Larson and Kossuth County. The Fire Department Report was accepted and filed. A Resolution was adopted authorizing the purchase of a beacon light for the Airport. Melvin Bay and Leon Laird were appointed members of the Board of Adjustment. Dr. R. R. Horton was appointed Health Officer. A beer permit was renewed to Frank & Emma Youncjwirth. The following claims were allowed. General Government Fund Dr. C. C. Shierk, Salary ..$150.00 • •••I We Have It! New Treatment for CALF SCOURS ! BOLUS KAO-STREP with Vitamin A RUSK DRUG ••••••••••••••••pi' We just couldn't wait a. moment longer to extend o u r sincere, heart-felt thanks for making the opening of our new Catalog Shopping Center such a great SUCCESS! More than 1,720 people passed through our doors last Feb. 10th. This is to let you know that we still have a few copies of our Mid-Winter Sale book to give away. We'll also give you a copy of the Spring and Summer Catalog to keep at home. You can place your order in person or call 1053. 11C North Dodge Street O o»:o:awo:o'cro:ao:a;ao:o:o;o:^^^ S1.00 Day Specials One group Junior, Misses, Half Sizes Dresses (values to 17.95) . $1.00 Ladies and Children's anklets (39c value) 4 prs. $1.00 Infants, toddler and children's playclothes $1.00 Ladies dress gloves and children's mittens (values to 2.50) $1.00 One rack ladies, sub-teen and children's skirts, blouses, housecoats, etc. $1.00 Our regular 1.50 and 1.65 nylon hose $1.00 Ladies Bras (name brands) $1.00 Baby rompers $1.00 Pure silk head scarfs $1.00 Ladies and children's long & short sleeve plaid blouses $1.00 Off Boys knit suits, sizes 1 to3x , $1.00 Off OTHER SPECIALS 2 Full-fashioned hand loomed knit dresses $10.00 Off Ladies nylon blouses (Values to $5.95) $2.88 Ladies and Children's sweaters 1/3 Off Junior, Misses, half sizes dresses $2-3-5 Ladies dresses, sizes 38 to 46 $5.00 Ladies skirts, sizes 10 to 20 (values to 10.95) -$2-3-4 Tcddler and children's coats 1/3 Off Boys shirts and jackets 1/3 Off Ladies and children's gowns, pajamas and dusters up to '2 off Infants, childrens and sub-teen dresses up to '.'2 Off Girls blouse slips, sizes 3 to 12 $2.77 Pantie girdles $1.97 One group lined and unlined junior and Misses suits , -1/3 Off Children's suits 1 1/3 Off Coat and Suit Specials 1 Size 5 Red & Grev Plaid Coat and slack—was 21.95 now $10.00 1 Size 3 Toddler Bambury Fur Trim Coat Set—was 29.95 1 Size 3 Children's Bambury Fleece Coat Set-was 32.95 1 Size 12 Sub Teen Fleece Coat-was 29.95 ... 7 Unlined suits, sizes 9 to 15-were 17.95 1 Size 11 unlined suit—was 19.95 . _-^ ...... 1 Size 13 Unlined suft—was 16.95 _ 1 Size 12 Lined jersey suit—was 35.00 1 Size 12 Lined Gabardine suit—was 16.95 - 1 Size 16'/2 Wool Gabprdine syit—was 42.95 1 Size 18 Wool Gabardine suit—was 39.95 I Size Unlined suit—was 16.95 Elva & Jessie's NORTH OF SORENSEN'S GROCERY now $14.00 now $16.00 now $10.00 now $10.00 now $ 7.00 now $ 5.00 now $10.00 now $ 7.00 now $15.00 Now $15.00 noxv $ 5.00 Iowa Stale Bank, Tax 27.30 George's Body Shop, Repairs — H7.82 NW Bell Telephone, Service 21.30 Irs Kohl, Salary --- 20.00 Ed's Fire Servfce, Supplies .-^ 14.00 Advance Publ. Co., Ad 23.52 Ky's Ch.ifnplm Service, Mdse. 146.69 Sanitation Fund ' Eugene Dietzen Co., Express --J- 5.58 NW Bell Telephone, Service — 32.95 F S, Norton & Son, Supplies 3.55 City Clerk, Adv. Cash; 4.87 Lewis Ferguson, Salary _ 141.75 James Egli, Salary . -- 149.36 Fjcd Gronbach, Salary . 97.97 Iowa Slate Bank, lax ' 2J.OO Gco. T. Walker i Co., Supplies ._ 4.42 Albert Baas, Salary _ 155,92 Dr. Snyder, Mdse. 18.00 Tefesa Norton, Salary '_- 6d.l5 Dr. Sawyer, Rent 35.00 Algona Ins. Agency, Ins. 35.42 Airport Fund Municipal utilities, Water 3 f OO Parking Mctef Fund Raymond Krebs, Salary 129.75 Iowa State Bonk, Tax .. 12.00 Park-O-Meter Company, Mdse. __ 517.59 Meeting adjourned to Feb. 15,• 1956, at 7:30 P.M. . Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk. We Have It! The Miracle from MASSEY-HARRIS built to trigger a new tractor age! The fabulous new MASSEY-HARRIS MH50 with HYDRAMIC POWER BRADLEY BROS. Local Dealer Tells of Project Ed Wolf, owner of the Coast- To-Coast Store here, attended the four-day annual convention of tlie organization in Minneapolis last week, and first learned then of plans for construction in St. Louis Park, Minn., of a giant Coast-To-Coast building project believed to be the biggest of its kind in the Northwest. The project is pictured above. The $3,000,000 project calls for a central warehouse and offices covering 9'i; acres of ground, with two inside courts capable of accommodating eight railroad freight cars and 36 semi trucks nl one time. 15,000 items of merchandise will be contained in the building. Other features include a complete model store which will display the company's products on the latest in store fixtures, and a largo cafeteria for employees. On his return to Algona, E<j said: "I operate one of 625 Coast- To-Coast stores in sixteen states, and it .sure opened my eyes t<t see what plans are ahead at this convention. Oh yes, while in Minneapolis 1 found time to take in a show, too." IMPROPER GRAIN DRYING HAS CAUSED MANY COSTLY FARM LOSSES, IF YOU WY GRAIN TA/(£ TH£$E SAFZTYST£PS, DRY GRAIN 1M FIELD AS LONG AS POSSIBLE. ARTIFICIAL HEAThlAYNOl BE NECESSARY. O USE ONLY ELECTRICALLY COMTPsOLLEO DRIERS THAT OPERATE AUTOCRATICALLY WITH OIL BURNER GAS ORSIDKER. BLOWER AHPUEATER SHOULD RUN TOA SAME ELKJRICAL CIRCUIT. NEVERSET THERMOSTAT AT MOfll THAN 125 PEC-REES. j KEEP SOMEONE ON DUTY MLF DRIERS ARE RUNNING. ASK FOR INSURANCE PERMIT, Kossuth Mutual Insurance Assn. LOLA SCUFFHAM, Sec'y- >•:•&.<>>:•<:•<

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