The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1966 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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Algorto, (la.) Upp*r DM Moinct Tuctday, April 26, 1966 Elect Class Officers At AHS Thursday Class officers for the 1966-67 school year were elected at Algona high school Thursday. They will take office at the beginning of the term this fall. Senior class members named Paul McBride, pres.; BUI Boldridge, vice president; Tom Claude, secretary; and Chris Conn, treasurer; Roger Johnson, Barb Knudsen and Roger Menneke, student council representatives. Junior class officers are Gregg Powell, president; Dean Teeter, vie • president; Marne Parrott, secretary; and Steve Claude, treasurer; Phyllis Moulton, Jeff Allen and Rich Black, student council. Sophomore officers are Greg Allen, president; Larry Taylor, vice president; Linda Schlapia, secretary; and Karla Sjogren, treasurer; Tim Black, Sue Dodds and Miriam Kautsch, student council. Freshmen officers are Robbie Claude, president; Marilyn Dau, vice president; Diane Levy, secretary; and Debbie Johnson, treasurer; Gary Hagen, Julie Chrischilles and Lynn Buchanan, student council Student council officers for the same school year will be elected May 4. Ex-Wesleyan Succumbs; Rites In Arizona Herman A. Carlson, formerly of Wesley, Iowa, passed away April 5, 1966 in Douglas, Ariz.; where he was doing missionary work among the Indians. He was buried April 9 in Hazard, Kentucky, his home for a number of years. He was born in Linkoping, Sweden, Oct. 26, 1880. Immigrated to this country in his youth, married Selma A. Johnson, and farmed north of Wesley till 1936, when he left the farm to go into missionary work. He is survived by his daughter and son who attended his funeral, Mrs. Edna Wubben and Clifford J. Carlson; six grandchildren, one brother, Rev. Arvid Carlson in Minnesota, and two sisters, Otillia and lisa in Sweden, as well as nieces and nephews in America and Sweden. Moose Lodge Elects Annual election of officers for the Moose Lodge was held last Thursday evening at the club room here. Everett L. Garbett was re-elected asgovernor, Harlan Stebrug was named junior governor, Francis Bunting was re-elected secretary, and Tom Sampson, treasurer. Trustees named were Grady Phillips, Don Moore and Earl Zeigler. James Klein was named prelate. ANNOUNCEMENT! THE DAN ROBERTS CO, Fort Dodge Mfgs. Representative For SAHLSTROM MANURE HOMOGENATOR AND SPREADER, The Swedish system that brought benefits of fluid manure to America; or contact LOUIS CINK, Wesley (32tf) Vester Short Services Held At Bancroft Vester George Shott, 51, Bancroft, died April 22 attheHutzell home at Bancroft where he lived. Cause of death was acute cerebral hemmorhage. Services were held Monday at 2 p. m. at the Garry Funeral Chapel with Rev. A. W. Nelson in charge of services. Burial was in Greenwood cemetery. Pallbearers were Donald Hutzell, Harold, Leonard and Jerald Warner, Albln Schneider and George Anderson. He was born May 3, 1914 at Fenton, the son of George and Lizzie Warner Shott. He never married. He was employed at Welp's in Bancroft. He is survived by one brother, Vallie, Carlsbad, N. Mex; three sisters, Mrs. George Thomas, Superior, Mrs. Viola Hintz, Everly and Mrs. Tom Halsted, Curlew. Two New Cases Filed Here In District Court' Two new cases were filed in district court here this week. Carol Simmons, plaintiff, seeks a divorce from Jonathan Simmons, defendant, charging cruel and inhuman treatment. Married Aug. 2, 1964 atCorwith, the plaintiff also asks custody of an expected child. Farmers Mutual Hail Ins. Co. of Iowa, plaintiff, alleges nonpayment of premium on a hail insurance policy during 1964 and seeks $284.06 from Ralph J. Menke, defendant. The amount is claimed due for premium and interest on the.policy. Awarded I.S.U. Scholarship AMES, IOWA f Fourteen Iowa high school spring graduates, including one from Algona, receive special scholarships to Iowa State University this fall. Selection of the 14, who will receive $500 a year for four years, was made by the Scholarship Committee from 1,100 applicants for general scholarships. CLUSIHH ADVERTISING REAt ESTATE HOtiSE FOR SALE * Two bedroom, with garage and finished basement at 1515 E. Oak St. Ph. 295-2388. (32-35*) FOR SALE - 3-bedroom Home, finished basement, gas heat, remodeled kitchen, plenty cupboards, garden spot. Call 2952759. (31-32) FOR SALE - Small House and Lot, east part of Algona. Gas, water and sewer. Excellent building lot if house is moved. Phone 295-5870 after 6 p. m. (31-33*) FOR SALE OR RENT - 3 bed- .room house. Close In. Call 295-2391. (32-35*) FOR SALE For Rent FOR RENT - 1 Bedroom Duplex. Available June 1. Call after 4:45 p. m. at295-3401. (31-33) FOR RENT - Furnished 1 bedroom Apartment. All utilities paid. Close in. TAYLOR APARTMENTS. Phone 2953504 before 6:00; 295-3498 after 6:00. (32) FOR RENT - Upstairs apartment. 3 rooms and bath, Stove, refrigerator, water and heat furnished. Close, in. Available May 1st. Phone 53151. (31-32) FOR RENT - 2 bedroom unfurnished Apartment, All utilities paid. Close in, TAYLOR APARTMENTS, Ph. £95-3504 before 6:00; 2953498 after 6;00. (32) r[ Lost & Found IF FOUND - STRAY CALF - Smiles South, 1 mile West and 1 mile South of Hobarton corner. Contact MARTIN FRIDERES at 295-5061. (31-32) LEGALS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY . Probate No. 8907 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Bessie K. Perry, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE : You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 15th day of April, 1966. Robert F. Perry Administrator of saidEstate Algona, Iowa Linnan, Lynch & Straub Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 26th day of April, 1966. (31-32) H0 rents his formals THE HUB , , , ond you'll know why when you »»• our compUii, modern ltl«clion of formoli ond qccei- toriei. Tastefully tailored, correct In the imalleit detail — and com* forlaolel Yov'll find our tervict convenient and economical, too. IEUT ALQONA, IOWA FOR SALE - 1965 Ford Galaxle 500, 2 Dr. Hardtop, 352 c. c. engine, "power steering, auto, (fans., radio and other extras. Like brand new. New car warranty. Save $500. Call 295-7136. (31-34) I FOR RENT I GARDEN TILLERS BY DAY OR HOUR ALSO > LAWN ROLLERS \ LAWN SEEDERS > POWER LAWN SWEEPERS \ FLOOR SANDERS COAST TO COAST STORES Ed Wolf, Owner Algona FOB SALE 320 Acre Farm In Orthell Township, Hancock County. Good Buildings, Two Barns, Cement Feeding Floor, Good Producer. COOPER AGENCY, KANAWHA, Phone 762-3271 r PERMANENT HELP WANTED ASSEMBLER-WELDERS MACHINISTS SHEAR & PRESS BRAKE OPERATORS ABOVE AVERAGE STARTING RATE. EXCEPTIONAL CHANCE FOR ADVANCEMENT. EXCELLENT MEDICAL PLAN. LIBERAL VACATION PLAN. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. Apply by letter or in person to: HIGHWAY EQUIPMENT COMPANY, 616 D Avenue N.W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Phone 363-821!). SAVE $5 EACH! 800 x 14 IMPERIAL NYLON TIRES 2Vi PAIR - REGULARLY $29.31 EA. NOW ONLY $24.31 EACH ! 2 PR. 600 x 13 IMPERIAL NYLON TIRES REGULARLY $22.56 EA, NOW ONLY $17.56 EACH! 1 PR. 760 x 15 IMPERIAL NYLON TIRES REGULARLY $31.50 EA. NOW ONLY $26.50 EACH! ANNUAL SPRING TIRE CLEARANCE (32)

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