Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1966 · Page 12
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•TMUMBAY, AUG. 4,19M ALOONA (Iowa) AOVANCt-S "/NK in my VEINS " By MARIAN INMAN Did you know that a new motion picture about Iowa entitled "The Eighth Day" is now ready for release through the Iowa Development Commission? The 29-minute color film was conceived in 1965 as a way of dramatizing the great strides low- ans have made and the tremendous prospects that await young lowans in their own state. Prints are available to schools and civic organizations from the commission without charge. However, ample notice should be given so that the showing can be properly scheduled since the number of prints is limited. "The Eighth Day" will also be shown on television on a sponsored basis. Organizations interested in showing tht film should contact the Iowa Development Commission, 250 Jewett Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa. "Iowa Visitors Mean Dollars For You" is the title of a new brochure available for distribution through the Iowa Development Commission. The flyer briefly details the importance of tourism to Iowa's economy. The brief sketch on Iowa's travel industry was taken from the 1964 "Copeland Report" prepared for the Iowa Development Commission by Dr. Lewis C. Copeland of the University of Tennessee. In recent years, the travel industry's steady growth has been a major factor in Iowa's economic vitality. According to the study, lOVa million tourists visitad Iowa in 1964. This represents nearly a 50 per cent increase over the last decade. During 1964, these travelers spent a record total of $357 million in the state. The brochure may b« obtained by contacting the Iowa Development Commission, Travel and Tourism Division, 250 Jewett Bldg., Des Moines, Iowa. The July-August issue of the "Farm Safety Review" is on my desk. It has three timely articles, Are you fit to drive?, Famiiy Safety around the clock, and Keep your farm pond safe. In the article, Family safety around the clock, they state, "There's no place like home. It is a man's castle, a woman's domain, a child's universe, and the heart and soul of family's life." And there's no place like home either, when it comes to accidents. Though we think of it as a refuge, more people get hurt in or around home than anywhere else. More than 28,000 men, women and children perish each year in home accidents, accounting for an accidental death toll exceeded only by traffic. In addition, untold millions suffer minor, but painful, home injuries that are measureable only by counting the billions of band-aids and gallons and tons of medicants we use to remedy them. The most likely victims of fatal home accidents are those under five years of age and those 65 and older. They account for seven out of 10 of the deaths while making up only a fifth of the population. Falls are the leading cause of accidental death among elderly people. Fire is a significant foe of both young and old, as is suffocation for infants. A wise homemaker will strive to make her household as hazard free and pleasant as possible for the safety of every member of the family. Accidents in and around your house cen be prevented. Good management also rasults in a more attractive, more livable home, and in the extra time for you to spend with your family, or with hobbies or community activities. The suggestions for safety around the clock are, get sufficient rest, arrange furniture for unobstructed movement about the house, make home pleasant to reduce accident-producing c - tension, plan flexible work schedule to avoid rush and fatigue, learn first aid and what to do in case of firs, provide ample storage space, teach family safe practices, recognize and remove hazards, select and use right equipment for the job, take good care of household appliances and equipment and make periodic home safety checks. • Carlton L. Zink, chairman, ASAE Safety Committee, writes an editorial on the privilege of living, I quote: Not many of us, 1 hope none, would consciously deny one of our fellow beings the privilege of living. We would not poison his water supply, put a bomb under the hood of his automobile, or connect a "hot line" to the body of his wife's washer. However, there are many things we might do without either malice or forethought that could have the same effect. Here are a few: While absorbed with other problems, blithely drive thro ugh a traffic light just in time to collide with another driver in the intersection. Submit to the "pleadings of the young" and carry Johnny or Suzy on the tractor fender, even while pulling a disk harrow, a grain drill, or a rotary mower. Assume that the farm pond, attractive as it may be on a hot summer day, will be visited only by children who can swim, and fail to have a couple of inflated inner tubes, with ropes attached, hanging on a post by the side of the pond. Figure that only rabbits and mice are going to fall into our open abandoned well or our unfenced manure lagoon. Allow the corn to grow tall right to the corner of the field that it may hide an oncoming car such as the one that "jumped out and killed the baby daughter of a friend. The privilege of living _ Are you foing to deny it to someone? How? Why? August is supposed to bring us days with a dreamy haze of heat, but July has done pretty well so far herself. But then, the rich fullness of summer is something to cherish, no matter how high the thermometer may sneak. So let s enjoy it while we may. Too soon we'll be griping about the cold. My freezer holds several planned meals for the any minute visit from daughter Alice and family from Texas. So we'll have more time to visit and less time to spend in meal preparation in this heat. It takes stifling days to appreciate the coolness of the lake and a picnic is a pleasant thing. I like to be up early and greet the new day while it gives me the first hint of the heat to come later on. I have volunteered to serve again this year in our high school office. I think everyone should go back to school and get a feeling of how wonderful the world can be, for education is growing and enlarging, and the future world is going to be • far better place, for the young of today are being trained to make it so. We must let nothing interfere with education, and we need better teaching, better equipment everywhere. Teachers must ever bear in mind that not scholarship, but character is the end of education; character that will use scholarship for the betterment of mankind, and »h« glory of Cod. Wednesday overnight guests at Donald Ushers. The Donald Coopers and Ran- iy were Sunday guests at the Mike House's, Fort Dodge. The Roy Telfords visited Loren Larsons at Irvington Sunday. The Dr. Glenn Mitchells, Des Moines were Saturday overnight guests at the Neal Olson's. The Merle Faulks and Monte of Des Moines, were Sunday visitors at Percy Watnem's. The Dean Telfords were Sunday guests at Victor Meyer's. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given thot the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County. Iowa, will receive sealed bids in the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, at the County Court House, Algona, Iowa, until the 23rd day of August, 1966, of 2:00 o'clock P.M., Central Daylight Time, for furnishing labor, .materials and equipment required to construct improye- rneftts to the outlet of Kossuth County Drainage District No. 72, at which time arid place bids will be publicly opened and redd aloud. Location of the work to be performed is in the south' quarter of Section 34, Township 97 North, Range 29 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian (Burt Township) and in the north half of the northeast quarter of Section 3, Township 96 North, Range 29 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian (Union Township), Kossuth County, Iowa. The work to be performed consists of constructing approximately 2,850 linear feet of open ditch requiring approximately 7,500 cubic yards of excavation; furnishing and installing a 56-foot length of 48- inch diameter road culvert; furnishing material's for and installing 4 surface drains; and miscellaneous associated work. All proposed work will be included In one contract. All proposals shall be submitted in duplicate on a proposal form which will be provided by the County Auditor or by -the Engineer and shall be delivered in a sealed envelope to the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Kossuth County Court House, Algona, Iowa, on or before the time for receiving bids as stat- All proposols shall b» aecorHponltd by o check certified by an Iowa bank m On omount net less than ten percent (10%} of the bid, poyabrt! to th* Cbuftty Auos* tor, Kotsuth County, I6wa, ot his 6fd«f, the amount of which check shdM.M lot* feited if the bidder nigieefi at «{"*» to enter Into contract 6r to furnish bend ofter his proposal shall have" baert ao cepfed. The Board of County Supervisors reserves the fight to reject any and all bids, offers or proposals submitted and to waive informalities In any bid, and to oceept the proposol which it deems to be to the best interests of th* County. The Board of County Supervisors reserves the right to deter acceptance of any proposal fof a period of not to exceed twenty (20) calendar days from the' dote of the letting. The Contractor will be paid in drainage warrants on the basis of monthly estimates and one final payment in accordance with provisions of Sections 455.110 and 455.113, Code of Iowa, 1962. Warrants will bear interest ot the rote ol 4 percent per annum from the date o) their registration at the office of th« County Treasurer until called for payment by the County Treasurer. The successful bidder shall furnish a performance bond in the omount of 75 )^fCefn Or trW shall comply with the fiorv 455.43, Ce.aVjrf iawa, i»««. ,«S A \ irfiieh bond shall b* drown. Irt-f**** « «•• Kossuth County (Iowa) Drama** *•». 72. th« Contractor shalf »totf- flan oh or before November- 1 -, : - --, and shall complete, eortftructfort on or before May 31, 1967. - t" Plorw and specifications or« ftow art file in the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Algona, Iowa. Copies moy be obtajned from Kfuse Engineering Service. Spencer, Iowa. A deposit of $10.00 for one sef. of blonS and specifications will be required, .all of which will be refunded to bono fide bidders who bid in their own names prof vided plans and" specifications are returned in good condition within 15 day* after award of the contract. The' full omount of the deposit will be returned to oil other porties provided plans and !J specificatons are returned in good con- *l dition within five days offer the dote of the letting. No refund will be mode, for plans ana specifications not returned within these periods. Marc Moore County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa Published in the Algeria* Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, July 28 and Aug. 4, 1966. Bancroft girl weds MAXINE MEYER and James F. Antoine were married at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft Saturday, July 9. The couple will make their home in Madelia, Minn., where she will teach and he is employed in the offices of I. M. C. at Welcome, Minn. CARPET HEADQUARTERS — Of North Central Iowa — Carrying in Stock — The Most Complete Selection of Carpeting in This Area SEE OUR DISPLAYS NOWI BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE bulk Wagon Service Fuel Oil and Gas Free Premiums With Gat Pur* chases at our station. You'll Like Itl VIKING OIL ; Roy Stoffel, Mgr. N. Main St. "HoMtkuildinc It Our Socially" We'll appreciate a chance to estimate without obligation on any town or farm construction. TIETZ CONSTRUCTION CO. Phont I'O BURT, IOWA SERVICE... SINCE 1869 LIHDE IMPLEMENT GO. Farm Equipment • Allis Chalmers • Gehl 0 New Idea "Sertln^ Northern Iowa A Southern Minnesota for the oast 29 Years — 1937 to 1966." BRown 24601 Swea City TAYLOR IMPLEMENT • Behlen Building*. • Kewanee Discs. • Case Farm Machinery ''The 3es» of Everything" . Phone 295-246? Algoha, 1 BEN mm Building CentrasSir i "S AM types Cabinet Work 22 South Heckart, Algona Dial 205-2130 Picas* call after 0:00 p.m. i COWAN CORP. Featuring: LUMBER • HARDWARE MILLWORK Mary Noel Welp weds MARY NOEL WELP, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Welp of Bancroft, was married to William F. Dieberg on July 2 at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. They are now at home at Creve Coeur, Mo. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Usher visiting her grandparents, the Antone Speichs, a week. The Clarence Jensens and Arthur Winther, Osage were GILT EDGE PAINTS READY-MIX CONCRETE GRAIN STORAGE And CASH BUYERS OF ALL GRAINS CAR&ILL, INO. Dale Klaingartner . Manager —.— OTHER BUILDING SUPPLIES IN IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IHC MATTER Mallard area longtime farmer dies Friday We*t Bend — Funeral services i'or John Yoch, 84, of Mallard were held Friday at St. Mary's Catholic Church at Mallard, with the Rev. Bernard Montag officiating. Burial was in St. Mary',' cemetery. Mr. Yoch died Monday evening at his home in Mallard following a lengthy illness. He was born in Austria-Hungary and came to the United States at the age of 15. He settled near West Bend and Mallard on a farm. In 1913, he; married the former Frances Coppie at West Bend. In 1952, \ he retired from farming and moved into Mallard. Surviving are his widow, Frances; three children, Mildred and Donald of Mallard, and Raymond of South River, N. J.; four grandchildren; and one brother, i Andrew of West Bend. The Conley Daniels, Des Moines have a son born July 25. The Loren Daniels, grandparents, left immediately to stay with the other children, two daughters and a son, for a few days. •The James Barbers and Rhonda of West Bend, and Patricia Barber of Ruthven, were Tuesday visitors at Oliver Kinseth's. The Farrell Cooper's and Brenda, Humboldt, visited Mrs. Essie Cooper Thursday. The Melvin Hagens. Des Moines, spent Sunday with Morgan Hagen. Margaret Holt and Mrs. Lisa Thorsen were Friday coffee guests at Thor Olson's, at Bode. The Loren Daniels were Sunday night visitors at the Roy Adam's, Algona. The Leo Toftebergs and Dallas were Sunday guests at Mike Hinz's, LuVerne. Le Ann Speich of Algona, re turned to the home of her parents, the Robert Speichs, after KATHERINE MCMURRAY, DECEASED Probate No. 8977 NOTICE Or PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE of Katherine McMurray, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 22nd day of July, 1966, the last will and testament of Katherine McMurray deceased bearing date of the 14th day of August, 1964, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Fred S ' Geigel was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the dote of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to moke immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havinq claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named d.strict court, as provided by law. duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six •iionths from the second publication of this, nonce (unless otherwise allowed ot paid) such claim shall thereafter be for- Dated this 22nd day of July, 1966. Fred S. Geigel Executor of said Estate Algono, lowa Address Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt Attorneys for said Executor Algona, lowa Address Date of second publication 4th day of August, 1966. Published in the Algona Ko'.-i<! l i C.iiint Ai'Kancc-. Aiqon.i I ,1 . Juiv 23 ana AuguM i, 1966. Specializing In Commercial Construction We are presently constructing the new Swanson's Super Market in Algona ,,, one of the many fine new additions to the community. 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