Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, August 8, 1966
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Burl Scouts spend week at Burt — Hurt Scouts returned after; a week at Boy Scout camp. Scoutmaster" Ilarlcy Troutman, who spent the week at the camp ttas presented the Ofdef of the Arrow award, Mark Cranston spent the week as a member of the Boondoggers group. Mark Cranston and Chas. Redemske earned the fishing merit badge ind the mile swim award. Jeff Miller won the marksmanship badge and mile swim award, also the health badge award for making the most trips to the health lodge. Dennis Miller hac', the honor of bringing home the ashes of the last camp fire of the week. He will return to the COME JOIN THE FUN OUR EXPLORER HERITAGE AUGUST 19-28 DESMtHNES THE BIGGEST, MOST EXCITING SHOW OF THE YEAR!! AND THE ENTIRE "LAWRENCE WELK SHOW" THE IENNON SISTERS * THE BLENDERS * JOANN CASTLE ARTHUR DUNCAN * MYRON FLOREN * JACK IMEL * BUDDY MERRILL * BOB RALSTON * ALLADIN * BARBARA AND/ BOBBY * DICK DALE * JOE FEENEY * LARRY HOOPER BOB LIDO * NATALIE NEVINS it JIM ROBERTS * THE CHAMPAGNE MUSIC MAKERS [""NIGHTS. AUG. 23-27; AFTERNOON. AUG. 26 | CHAMPIONSHIP CONTEST RODEO Afternoons: Aug. 22, 23; Night, Aug. 22 Officially Sanctioned by Rodeo Cowboys of America. Top cowboys battling it out on finest bucking stock for big prize money. Saddle and bnreback bronc riding, steer wrestling, Urahma bull riding, calf roping for points that count in National Championships. Real hell-for-lcather rodeo. Don't miss it! NEW! MIDGET CAR RACES Evening, Aug. 21 BIG CAR RACES Afternoons: Aug. 21, 27 SEMI MODIFIED CAR RACES Evening, Aug. 19 SUPER MODIFIED CAR RACES Evening, Aug. 20; Afternoon, Aug. 28 LATE MODEL STOCK CAR RACES Afternoon, Aug. 20; Night, Aug. 28 JOIE CHITWOOD THRILL SHOW Afternoon, Aug. 19 HARNESS RACES Afternoons: Aug. 24, 25 WESTERN HORSE SHOW SOCIETY HORSE SHOW Nights: Aug. 26-28; Matinee, Aug. 28 Nights: Aug. 19-25; Matinee, Aug. 21 im IOWA STATE FAIR TALENT CHAMPIONSHIPS * FESTIVAL OF BANDS WOMEN'S BUILDING * BEST FROM THE SCIENCE FAIRS * HALL. OF BETTER LIVING * THAVEL.VILLAGE * IOWA BATON TWIRLING CHAMPIONSHIPS * WESTERhTSQUARE DANCING * WILDLIFE EXHIBIT WOMAN'S WORLD * IOWA COOKOUT KING CONTEST * FLOWER AND GARDEN SHOW * ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW * COMMUNICATIONS BUILDING * BABY BARNYARD * OLD FIDDLER'S CONTEST * STATE CHECKER CHAMPIONSHIPS * ARMED FORCES EXHIBITS A AND, SO MUCH, MUCH MORE! SEE IT ALL! IOWA'S FINEST FARM MACHINERY SHOW * GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY 4-H BABY BEEF SHOW * NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW * FFA LIVESTOCK SHOW it IOWA QUALITY BEEF CONTEST * POULTRY SHOW if RABBIT SHOW * TEAM AND PONY PULLING CONTEST * STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TRACTOR PULL * FARM GADGET SHOW * AGRICULTURAL HALL * BUTTER COW it CORN AND GRAIN SHOW * RURAL FAMILY LIVING * CHAMPIONSHIP HORSESHOE TOURNAMENT * HALL OF CHAMPIONS i, PARADE OF CHAMPIONS * BLUE RIBBON ROAD IOWA'S GREAT BROUGHT TO LIFE! Now, an authentic, full size blockhouse to commemorate our explorer heritage joins the real Indian Village In a growing outdoor museum of Iowa history. CHILDREN'S DAY Friday, Aug. 19 TEEN TOWN MAGNIFICENT MIDWAY NIGHTLY FIREWORKS NEW GATES ... NEW PARKING PLAN CAMP AT THE FAIR ORDER RESERVED SEATS NOW! Afternoon grandstand performances Fri., Aug. 19, and Won., Aug. 22 thru Tt\urs., Aug. 25; Gold Circle, $2.50; Blue Chip Section, ?2.00| Green Section, $1.50. All other grandstand performances: Gold Circle, $3.00; Blue Chip Section, $2.50; Green Section, $2.00. Send check or money order to: Secretary, Iowa State Fair, Des Moines. CHILDREN UNDER 12 ADMITTED FREE TO FAIRGROUNDS THROUGHOUT THE FAIR carnp to start the fifst next year. Dennis was the youngest camper attending. Attending >arents night were the Bernard Millers, Darrell McFaflands, lhas, Schraders, Lawrence Chip nans, Ray Devincs-, Mrs. Re- :lemske and Bill Schrader. POUR NEW MEMBERS The Burt Legion and Auxiliary met Tuesday in the Legion Mall. Hostesses were Helen Wermers, Leona Lacy and Beth Miller. A memorial service for Nellie Clark (Mrs. Roy Clark) who died Dec. 15 was held. The membership committee reported the quota of 37 members made with four new members. The County '\uxiliary meeting will be at Ledyard Aug. 9. County officers are Pres., Mrs. Eugene Harson, Lone Rock; vice pres., Mrs. Dwight Garrett, Titonka, sec., Mrs. Harold Holmgren, Lone Rock. TAKE BUS TOUR Going on the bus tour to Kan as City sponsored by the Bun Co-op Elevator were the Ed Goches, Harold Andreasons, A . Dittmers, Victor Fitchs, Glenn Teeters, Dale Lockwoods, Don Id Strayers, Henry Dearchses r., Earl Angles, LeRoy Schiltz 3S, Durwood McArthurs, Milon Marlows, B. K. Bahnsons, larold Martineks, Gerald Soder- bergs, Larry Dreyers, A. L. Ba kers, EuClaire Meyers, Bruce iranstons, and James Lind- lorsts. The Howard Biches have § son j-ian Stuart, born July 13. He v&s coach at Burt school sever- 1 years ago and teaches now at Lehigh. Mrs. Clint Waltman, Lennice, Ats. Etta Holdren and Opal Waltman spent Aug. 3 in Spener. Mrs. Helen Steward, Karen nd Timothy, went to Mason City Aug. 3 and brought Walter Steward home from Mercy hospital where he had been a pa- ient a month following major lurgery. David McFarland and Roger Sarchet will attend Camp Quest at Okoboji this week. The Dean Crawfords and Steven, Duluth, Minn., visited here and attended the Chipman gathering in Algona July 31. The Maurice Coffins and Joe Drinkwater, Milwaukee, Wis., visited in Buffalo Center and Burt. Relatives include Mrs. Coffin's parents the Epco Winters. Buffalo Center, Mrs. Coffin's sister, the Bob Hamiltons, Burt. A & B Club met with Elva Boettcher Aug. 2 for her birth the Raymond Westling and Vern Shipler homes. Whiilemore soldiar cnrc-Jie la Vial Nam Whitfemore — Kenneth Roe- bcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Roebcr, Whiltemore, spent a two week leave with his parents here recently and is now on his way to Viet Nam. Me had been tationed in .Minneapolis and ley took him back there and e took a plane to Seattle and train to Oakland, Calif, where e departed for Viet Nam. He vill be stationed in the Saigon \rmy Terminal. CHIPMAN REUNION The Chipman reunion was held July 31 at Glenn Graham's with 31 present. Marion Chipman and oilot came from Cody, S. D., the Dean Crawfords. Duluth, Owen Chipmans and grandson Terry, Milwaukee, Wis., Myron Chip- mans, David and Daniel, Ames, the Richard Chipmans, Bancroft, Lawrence Chipmans and C. B. hipmans. Bnrt, L?o Brown* lamer, the Emery Browns and grandson Allen, Garner. NOW IN VIET NAM Marine Hospitalman 2c Larry C. Cummings, son of the Dr. B. K. Bahnsons, is in Viet Nam serving as a member of the 3rd Tank Battalion, Third Marine Division. His wife, the former llizabeth Steil, Algona, and 3 .hildren live in Burt. BUDGET APPROVED Sprogue *\ec. Co., Supp. leg-Fort Dodge Co., Supp. ... \C Sales, Inc;; Supp. ilton's Super Ser., Repairs . lectronic' Spec., Repairs \lgona Floor Service, Repairs . he Algona Reminder, Adv. .. ipper Des Moines Pub. Co., Pub. .-' ---•- ureau of Office Practice, Supp. Aarshall-Jdckson Co., Supp. .. .dvanced Systems. Inc., Supp. . •J. W. Bell Tele. Co., Service _ etty Cash, Misc. - truecker's Conoco, Gas reas. of Stale, Sales To? WATER FUND 'reas. of State, Sales Tax ay. Roll, Pay Roll Walter Peterson, Labor _ •\aurice Krebsbach, Labor )avid Van Ginkel, Labor owa State Bank, Tax 'reas., State of la., Income Tax >oc. Sec. Fund, Tax ns. Fund, Ins. Cook's Welders Supp. Co., Supp. owa Mach. & Supp. Co., Supp. A. Y. McDonald Mfg. Co., Supp Humboldt Concrete Prod., Supp. Legal Notices day. All Circles of the WSCS will meet a week early, Aug. 10, be cause of the fair on the regulai date. Mrs. Viola McDonald, who has been head cook for sometime a Burt school, resigned. She wil be house mother for a sororitj house at Morningside College Sioux City. Frances Ann, he daughter, is a junior this year majoring in music. Rosemary Ulses resigned a bookkeeper-teller at the Bui- Savings bank. Aug. 1 she startec her new work in the physica plant department at Ames. Mrs Beulah Dundas is taking her place at the bank. The Alvin Kloppens and Michelle left Saturday for Jewell. He will be coach at So. Hamilton- Wales this coming year. Recent guests at the Donald Mitchell's were the Norman Mitchells, Des Moines, Jane Mitchell and Norland Boyd, Iowa City, and Mrs. L. C. Williams, Welcome, Minn. Joyce, daughter of the Delmar Anguses, graduated July 27 from the Bernel hair styling school 'in Fort Dodge. She will be employed at the Boston Store beauty salon in Fort Dodge af ter a week at home. Friends and relatives surpris tofl.OO 2.48 77.00 6.00 80.90 78.40 40.04 96.72 48.12 3.45 86.72 .69.93 26.49 69.68 800.00 372.71 479.07 252.31 200.33 68.40 102.30 11.83 66.66 11.10 102.50 334.84 38.46 646.98 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY N i Hi. fnAi i tR JF 1 <•'' C ^ T *'" " r ELDEN OBERHELMAN, Deceased Probate No. 8985 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INIUKESTtD IN TH ESTATE OF Elden Oberhelman, Deceased You are hereby notified that on th 2nd day of August, 1966, the last will an. testament of tlden Oberhelman decease bearing date of the 24th day of Augus_ 1955, was admitted to probate in th above named court and that Lillie O Hesse was appointed executor of sal estate. .-.uiice is further given that any oc- on to sot aside said will must ue brought in the district court of said ounty within one year from the date jf thu second publication of this notice, jr thereafter be forever barrud. Notice is further yivun that all person;, ndebted to said estate are requested tu nake immediate payment to the uncler- ,igned, and creditors having claims against ,aid estate shall file them with the clerk jf the above named district court, as provided by law. duly authenticated, for allowance; ana unless so filed within six nonths from the second publication ol i his notice (unless otherwise allowed 01 ijaid) such claim shall thereafter be for- jvor barrel Dated this 2nd day of August, 1966. Lillie O. Hesse Executor of said Estate LuVerne, Iowa Address humway, Kelly £• Fristcdt ittorneys for said Executor ilgona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 5th day of August, 1966. Published in the Algona Kossuth Countv Advance, Alqona, Iowa August 8 and 15, 1966. 20.01 34.10 2.00 3.69 3.50 13.79 2.44 2.95 35.29 numDoiar ^-oncreiu riuu., J« KK . -.-..Brown Supply Co., Inc., Supp. . 257.33 Redinq's Grovel, Ser. 2 ' 62 2' 75 Continental Oil Co., Fuel ... ™ nl Rowan's, Ser. Thermogas Co., Supp. Culligah Soft Water. Supp. __ Cook's Scrap Iron, Supp. R. J. Funk, Supp. Frederick Hdwe., Supp. Petty Cash, Misc. Slruecker's Conoco, Gas DEPOSIT FUND Dean Mittlieder et al, Refund . 45.00 The operating statement for the six months period ending June 30, 1966, wa presented and reviewed. Next meeting date was set for Aug 15, 1966, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Meeting adjourned. Allen K. Buchanan President- of the Board Ira Kohl, Secretary. Published in the Algona Kossut Countv Advance, Algona, Iowa Aug. 8, 1966. JSfAtf of JlmerJ. ' Kellty' You are hereby notified fhdf on the 28th day of July, 1966, the last will and testament of Elmer J. Kelley deceased bearing date ef the 16th day of Noyern : bef, 1962, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that Theresa F. Kelley was appointed executor of said estate. j Notice is further given that arty action to set aside said will must be brought in the district coutt of. said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter b° forever barred. Notice is further given that all per- ons indebted . to said estate are (•'• uested to make Immediate payment to ne undersigned, and creditors having laims against said estate shall file lem with the clprk of the above named istrict court, as provided by law, duly authenticated,' for allowance; and- unless o filed within six months from tbe second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed ,or paid) such claim nil 'h«rpaf'«' be forpvrr barrp'l. Dated this 28th day of July, 1966. Theresa F. Kelly Executor of said Estate Alqona, Iowa Address Winkel & Winkel Attorneys for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 8th day of August, 1966. Published in the Algona Kossuth Countv Advance, 'Algona, Iowa, Aug. 1 and 8, 1966. TO ALL r cl, ndebted to 'sal estate fe •requested, to make immediate payment, to. the / COtCO • fOf allowance, ui nj j win*." • •«• "'T"~ within, six months j from the seC °^J*fc lication of this hotide (unless r other* se allowed : of paid) such eldirri shall thereafter be forever barred. / \&*t Dated this 26th day of July, 1W6. ' Administrator of Said Estate Algona,. Iowa • : Address Buchanan & McClure , ,• .. ' • Attorney for said Administrator Alqona, Iowa Address • . Date of second publication Bth day Of August, 1966. . '•: Published in the Algona _ Kossuth . County Advance, AlcjorK)/ Iowa, ... August: 1 and 8, : 1966.. -'..•:-•• - IN THE DISTRICT COURT Of THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF TH' '"ATE "t ELMER J. KELLEY, Deceased, Probate No. 8984 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMFNT oe rXFCU T OR, AND • NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE Burt Town Council met Aug. 1 and approved $78,346 for the a budget of coming year , which is slightlv less than this year's budget. The Rolling Co., Sstherville, is blacktopping and resurfacing streets in Burt this week. ed Mrs. Hugh Marlow for her 78th birthday. Mrs. Marlow re cently moved to Lone Rock frog Burt. The Ray Millers visited in Cross Lake, Minn., at Clifford Abbas's Thursday thru Saturday UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting ol the Board of Trustees of he Algona Municipal Utilities was held n the City Hall, City of Algona, la., Aug. 1, 1966, at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Present were: Buchanan, Harmes. Bay, T James Palmer, Supt., 8. Ira Kohl, Sec. The minutes of the meeting of July 19, 1966, were read and approved. Motion by Bay, seconded by Harmes, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call voting "Aye," Buchanan, Harmes £ Bay Voting "Nay," none. Motion carried. LIGHT FUND Duane Hanna, Salary -------- $ Treas. of Stale, Sales Tax .- Trcas. of State, Use Tax ---Sunray DX Oil Co., Diesel Fuel . Pay Roll, Pay Roll --------- 2. 517 - 4 . Milton O. Bilyeu, Labor ----Wilbur E. Bruner, Labor ----Brian Rike, Labor ---------Charles Volk, Labor -------David Van Ginkel, Labor ---- 1 , ,; 291 -'i 16.81 643.40 .-. 259.3 i!,?' 9 ' .183.4 169.4 67.7 Their daughter Joyce returns with them. She had spent he The high school band spent vacation with the Abbas family Thursday at Lake Okoboji. They ^mce Abbas wil attend Benuui gavethL last band concert^^^"wSrftBS ^sS^tarts at Burt school ^^^^^^ on,' T \™,t™t*** Ronn^ft The 'Clarence Westlings of J&£&S*StfSS£i | B ——- eto " 1 ««* * the funeral of Cecil Nail, 52, at the Methodist church in Corwith Aug, 3. He had a heart attack and died suddenly. The Merlin Madsens and Leonard Stenzels spent a week fishing at Perham, Minn. The Dean Meiers, Taconia, Wash., are visiting in Burt this week. Carl Simmons had an appen dectomy at the hospital in Es therville the first of the week. Fred Hilton is in Rochester for a check-up this week. Treas., State of la., Income Tax Soc. Sec. Fund, Soc. Sec. Tax _ Ins. Fund, Ins. North Cen. Pub. Ser. Co., Gas _ Sinclair Ref. Co., Diesel Fuel ._ Cooper-Bessemer Co., Supp. .. Everds Bros., Inc., Repairs Leeds & Northrup Co., Supp. ... From Corp., Supp. Fort Dodge Ind. Towel, Service Cook's Welders Supply Co., Service Coast to Coast, Service R. J. Funk, Service Frederick Hdwe., Service Reding's Gravel, Service Iowa Elec. Supply Co., Supp. Crescent Elec. Supp. Co., Supp. Elec. Materials Co., Supp. Burmeister Elec. Co., Supp. __ Terry-Durin Co., Supp. West. Elec. 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