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BY RUSS WALLER Friday, 25 or more Algona high students, and supervisors, will go by school bus to Belmond on a volunteer mission of help, taking sack lunches - just in case. There is a teachers' meeting Friday, so no school ... The first 25 that signed up are making the trip to the tornado- stricken community. * * * Honesty still prevails. The Belmond tornado blew out the windows and display contents of a jewelry store at Belmond, including valuable items ... a day or two afterward three diamond rings were returned by the person who found them after they had been sucked out of the broken window. + * + "1 don't mind the work" said Bill Kern, in a letter mailed Oct. 6 to his brother Del at West Union . . . two days before he was killed while on patrol in Viet Nam. It was his last letter to his brother. * * * Susan Hantelman of Fenton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hantelman, left last week to return to Nigeria for another two years as a resident nurse at a missionary hospital in that African country . ,. included among the items she is taking back, is a large drum filled with canned foods, to be shipped by water ... she herself is flying back. The drum of food will reach her in a couple of months. There is plenty of food, said Susan, but not always some of the things you yearn for once in awhile from "back home." + + * With the passing of George Clifton Benschoter of Plum Creek, came the first break in a chain of unusual relationship. The three families that settled in Plum Creek in early days each had four boys, who all grew up together and were the best of friends. They all stayed pretty close to the home grounds. Of the 12 boys in this group, Cliff Benschoter is the first to pass away. In the Benschoter family there were Arthur, Gilbert, Cliff and Hollis. In the Hoover family there are Cliff, Ted, Luverne and Robert, the latter of Britt. In the Kain family there are John, Edward, Robert and George. Mrs. Mary Kain is the only parent living, * * * Last Saturday night Don Smith of our staff had a call from Minneapolis from Paul Seeley, up there for the Iowa-Minnesota game. Paul wanted to know how Garrigan came out against Kuemper, not knowing the game had been postponed to Sunday . . . they had a nice visit about the weather and the Hawkeyes. * + * There are compensations involved for public services rendered. Both Casey Loss of Algona, member of the State Board of Regents, and Don Murray, state senator, will be special guests of honor at Iowa's Homecoming game this Saturday ... if they accept the invitations. Don't know whether or not the halftime show includes numbers by the International Singers of SUI, but if it does, one of the 20 members will be Allan Bode of Algona. * * * If anyone thinks the idea of low-level dams along the forks of the Des Moines river is unwise, it is interesting to note that seven such dams are to be constructed in Minnesota along the Minnesota and Blue Earth rivers toward their sources. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers doing planning, work, and we presume footing the bill. * * * The only difference between opportunity and temptation is that opportunity knocks once, but temptation keeps hammering. * * * It seems that the pileup of third-class mail is reaching monumental proportions at key postal centers ... if you never got it would you miss it? * * * FAMOUS LAST LINE - You can't clear your own fields while you're counting the rocks on your neighbor's place. Council Talks Elm Disease; Plan Meeting In regular session Wednesday evening, the city council here discussed Dutch Elm Disease, comparing the various ways of combating ft. The subject had been discussed at the League of Municipalities meeting in Des Moines the previous week, which both Mayor William J. Finn and City Clerk David Smith attended. It was decided that Mayor Finn should call an open meeting, to which residents of the county would be welcome, to plan a course of action. The meeting will take place sometime the latter part of this month or early next month. A request by James Walker for a franchise to operate a taxi cab service was again tabled, until it could be decided whether the needs here warrant an addition of such service. Gene Faulstich appeared with a request to move a TV tower to the east part of town. His request was tabled until further investigation could be made. Pancake Day is Slated Oct. 22 By Salesmen The Salesman's Bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce has a project in the mill that is going to benefit the area in two separate ways. They are sponsoring their annual Pancake Day Saturday, Oct. 22, at the Algona High School Annex. Bud Ferris, chairman of the Bureau, announced this week the Girl Scouts are selling tickets for the event, giving them a chance to add money to their treasury - and proceeds from the pancake dinner will be used to purchase a new Santa Claus suit for the Chamber of Commerce. Serving will be from 7-9 a.m. and from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 22. On the menu are such items as pancakes, eggs and sausage, with adult tickets for 75 cents and children, 50 cents. Algona B.P.W. Is Observing Women's Week The Algona Business and Professional Women's Club is observing National Business Women's Week Oct. 16-22. Several members attended the District Fall meeting at Humboldt Oct. 1C. Fun Night was held at Leona Smith's home Oct. 17, and a breakfast at the Algona Hotel Oct. 20 at 7 a.m. will round out the events of the week for local club members. The National Federation of Business and Professional Women was organized in 1919. The objectives of the federation are to elevate the standards for women In business and professions, promote Interests of business and professional women, to bring about a spirit of cooperation among business and professional women of the United States and extend opportunities to business and professional women through education along lines of industrial scientific and vocational activities. Gas Proposal Is Defeated At Pocahontas Voters at Pocahontas defeated a natural gas proposal by a very narrow margin there Tuesday, Oct. 11, with 221 no votes and 195 yes votes counted. The franchise was being sought by the North Central Public Service Co. It marked the second time this year a gas franchise has been defeated there. In June, Peoples Natural Gas Co. lost a similar proposal by a 306 - 216 count. Pocahontas does not have natural gas service at the present time. Residential United Fund Drive Underway The residential campaign of the Algona United Fund drive began here Monday, Oct. 17, and will continue through Oct. 29. Ward captains are: first Mrs. Gary McDonald and Mrs. Clair Blossom; second - Mrs. Thelma Tschetter and Mrs. Howard Stephenson; third - Joe Pomplun, Webb Fowler and Richard Ringsdorf; and fourth Clair Blossom and Les Riter. Alleda Harms New Head Of Portland Club PORTLAND - The Portiand Social club met Thursday afternoon, October 13th, in the home of Josephine Arend Algona. Nine members answered roll call: Effle Teeter, Jessie Miller, Alleda Harms, Shirley Lovstad, Hazel Larson, Elizabeth Kennedy, Ella Lampe, Edith Jandle and Esther Williams. Roll Call, "My Favorite T. V. program and why*'. Hazel Larson was in charge of Fun Time, several winning prizes. There was an election of officers, Alleda Harms, - president, Hazel Larson,- vice president; and Shirley Lovstad secretary and treasurer. The next meeting will be held Thursday afternoon, November, 10th, in the home of Mrs. Elvira Christensen of Algona. Roll Call, "My Favorite Hobby". The Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday afternoon, October, 20th in the home of Hazel Steven with Arlene Marlow assistant hostess. Roll Call: What I dislike about Halloween. Program, to be announced. Grace Trenary and Viola Becker will have Fun Time. - o Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven drove to Ionia Sunday to spend the day with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Steven and children. Their daughter, Mrs. Bernadine Opheim and children of Burt accompanied them. They had just received a five inch rain at Ionia and Jim still had not begun picking his corn. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and son John of Minneapolis spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larsen. Miss Julie Thompson of Shakopee was also home for the weekend. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Mrs. Edmund attended their Circle at the Burt Methodist Church Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Harms at Fort Dodge, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis and Todd and Mrs. LeRoy Davis were Saturday evening guests in the Jesse Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms and family were Sunday evening visitors, Mrs. Edmund Larsen attended the U and I Circle at the Cunningham Cafe, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Elsie Junkermeier and Neoma Junkermeier were hostesses. Mrs. Eugene Meyer went on the bus tour of Perry, sponsored by the Burt Lutheran Ladies Aid. Their main objective was the Lutheran Home for the Aged, in Perry. They also visited a Candy Plant and a Hobby Shop there and points of interest in Fort Dodge. Miss Norma Harms of Burt was chosen Homecoming Queen, Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven visited Walt Steven at the Britt Rest Home, a week ago Sunday. Miss Jean Wood who is attending the Mankato State College, was home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller were Sunday evening supper guests in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy and Paul. "Inflation might be called prosperity with high blood pressure". 10 Young Men From County Are Enlistees The following enlistments by Kossuth county young men were reported during the weekend by the Selective Service office here: Marines - Terry Jensen, Bancroft. Navy - Jon Jentz, Fenton. Air Force - Eugene Lloyd, Ledyard, and Ronald Clark, Lu- Verne. Army - Larry Becker, Lakota, Robert McMahon, Algona, Henry Ewoldt, and Michael Duffy, Whittemore, Claude Haag, Jr., Swea City, and Gerald Fox, Bancroft. M.D club The Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club met at the home of Sue Bjustrom Oct. 13. Bernice Walker was assisting hostess. The meeting opened with a demonstration of the combing out and styling of two previously set hairstyles. The demonstration was accompanied by a talk on care and treatment of your hair. Three operators from Fran's Beautyrama of Algona were the demonstrators. Roll call was "a new recipe 1 have tried." Many new and interesting recipes were shared. The business meeting followed. Seven Couplet Get Licenses To Wed Here Seven couples obtained licensee to wed at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They were: Oct. 12 - Lynn M. Hsrtzke and Linda Karets. Oct. 14 - Anthony W. Bradley and Marcia D. Angle. Oct. 15 - William E. Rorah and Mary J. Lappe; and Robert G. Belknap and Faye E. Hantelman. Oct 17 - Alvln R. Meyer and Ethel Henry; Reginal R. Spooand Carol M. Nagel; and Donald Gifford and Roberta Acker man. Weather Here Spotty - To Say The Least It appeared early Monday morning that the odd weather which had a grip on this area during the long weekend may have finally lost its hold. Warmer temperature readings were apparently returning. During the hectic weekend, including Friday when Belmond was struck by a tornado, Mother Nature wasn't too nice to earth people. It got very hot here Friday and the reading at noon hit 80 degrees. A heavy downpour of rain arrived, along with dark clouds Friday afternoon after an earlier prediction of snow. The mercury dipped suddenly shortly before 1 p. m. as the wind switched from south to northwest. Strong winds prevailed Friday night and power in the north end of Algona was cut off about midnight for an hour when a line was broken at the intersection of Wooster and Oak streets. A trace of rain was reported Oct. 13 and .58" of melted snow and rain measured Friday and Saturday. Here are the readings: H L Oct. 13 68 47 Oct. 14 80 61 Oct. 15 50 31 Oct. 16 48 35 Oct. 17 60 28 Oct. 18 55 32 Oct. 19 — 29 CUUIFIH UVHITRin "Komtfc Fivorife Newipijwr" USED MACHINERY LIST CORN PICKERS 1 - Model 6A NEW IDE A two-row 1 - Model 300 NEW IDEA 2 - Model 307 NEW IDEA mounted with new husking rolls 1 - 30-inch narrow row NEW IDEA pull picker - picked 25 acres 1 - Model 250 M-M, very clean with grease bank 1 - MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINEwith rear elevator 1 - Model 73 OLIVER pull type 1 - Model 2MHD I.H.C. mounted with #16 sheller 2 - FORD mounted to fit A-C Tractors or Ford 2 - Model 227 JOHN DEERE with automatic greaser, like new 1 - Model 16 INTERNATIONAL mounted sheller, like new 1 - Model 227 JOHN DEERE Sheller MISCELLANEOUS 1 - Model 300 KEWANEE 44 ft. Elevator 1 - Model 200 KEWANEE 42 ft. Elevator 1 - Model 175 NEW IDEA 46 ft. Elevator 1 - KELLY RYAN 40 ft. Elevator 1 - Model 60 NEW IDEA Stalk Shredder 1 - CASE Stalk Shredder 1 - LUNDELL Stalk Shredder 1 - GEHL (clean cut) Shredder 1 - LUNDELL one-row Corn Head for 606 Lundell Chopper 2 - STAN-HOIST Hydraulic drive on hoist 1 - JOHN DEERE drive on hoist 2 - Flaro Boxes with running gears TRACTORS 1 - Model D-17 ALLIS-CHALMERS with adjustable front end 1 - Model D-14 ALLIS-CHALMERS with adjustable front end & power steering 1 - Model C ALLIS-CHALMERS 1_- Model M FARMALL 1 - Model 30 MASSEY-HARRIS 1 - Model G JOHN DEERE with new tires 1 - Model Four-Star MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE with adjustable front end & power steering LINDE IMPLEMENT COMPANY SWEA CITY, IOWA 50590 Tel, #272-4601 (80) Geo. Dettman Funeral Pends; Died Tuesday A long-time resident of Algona, George C. Dettman, 81, was found dead in bed at his home Tuesday afternoon. He had been in ill health for some time. Funeral arrangements for him were pending at McCullough Funeral Chapel here at press time. George Charles Dettman, son of John and Johanna Doe ring Dettman, was born Nov. 8, 1884 at Burt. He married Bertha Bunkofske April 19, 1912 and was employed by Swift & Co., then was caretaker at the city dump here prior to retirement. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Erwin and Milton, Algona; three daughters, Fern (Mrs. Richard Fox), Montour, Elda (Mrs. Wm. Landry), El Cajon, Calif., and Grace (Mrs. Jerry Combs), San Pablo, Calif.; and 14 grandchildren. 5 Pay Fines, Mayor's Court Five persons paid fines following hearings in Mayor Bill Finn's court here this week on a variety of charges. James M. Little, Ft. Dodge, paid $12, speeding; Larry W. Weringa, Lakota, $10 failing to have control of vehicle; Gerald Hjelmeland, LuVerne, $10, hunting with gun capable of holding more than three shells; Donald H. Lappe, Bancroft, $10, failing to yield one-half of the traveled roadway; and Walter H. Friedrich, Algona, $5, failing to yield the right-of-way. FLOOR SHOW SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22 Introducing PAMY GO-GO DANCER who performed at Las Vegas, New York and San Francisco. SHOWS EVERY 2 HOURS Just installed a beautiful Discotheque .... Cover Charge $1.50 PER COUPLE (Adults Only) : \ • SMORGASBORD Every Sunday Starts at 5 p. m. Private Parties During The Week HAND'S PARK FAIRMONT, MINNESOTA Juniors Will Take Over As Store Clerks Members of the junior class at Algona High School will be operating the Gamble Store here this Friday and Saturday, Oct. 21-22, when Manager Norm Christian "turns the keys over to them." Class members will work in shifts during the two days during the project, which will find them getting paid commissions (for the class treasury) that will eventually be used to help finance the Junior-Senior Prom next spring. There's no telling how much the class might realize. LEGAL NOTICES 10-AI 0 ono, (la.) Upper Det MefnM THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1986 Rave Contest Kossuth County RAVE (Rural Ametuer Variety Entertainment) contest will be held Oct. 29 at 2 p.m. at the Farm Bureau office according to Mrs. John Rich, chairman. This event is sponsored by Iowa Farm Bureau Federation and County Farm Bureau. Contestants are welcome. Inquire at the Farm Bureau office for rules. ^ For Office Supplies and Metal Business Furniture visit the Office Supply Dept. of THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. In Algona. AID FOR BELMOND Algona sent three city dump trucks to Belmond Tuesday, and again Wednesday, to help in clearing up some of the tornado debris. City employees driving the trucks were Albert Wibben, PJchard Fr am bach and Melvin Sifert. Mayor Bill Finn also made the trip with Ernie Hutchison, city patrolman. COFFEE PARTY A "coffee "is being held for Mancil Hurlburt, democratic candidate for state representative, by the Women's Club, at the Moose Hall, next Monday evening, Oct. 24, at 8 p. m. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSUTM COUNTY, REX KOOYMAN, Plaintiff, vs. C. R. BRONSON AND RONALD BRONSON, Defendant. EQUITY NO. 19678 NOTICE TO : C. R. BRONSON AND RONALD BRONSON You and each of you are hereby notified that there Is now on file in the Kossuth County District Court a Petition filed by Rex Kooyman against you wherein he alleges that defendant, C. R. Bronson has breached a construction contract and that you are indebted to him in an amount in excess of $4,000.00 and that by fraud and deceit defendant, C. R. Bronson caused Plaintiff to transfer title to his mobile home, Serial No. 5530-FB-564489, to defendant, C. R. Bronson and subsequently transferred said mobile home without valuable consideration to defendant, Ronald Bronson, and that said Petition asks that said transfer be voided and set aside and that he have judgment against said property and that the Kossuth County Treasurer re-issue title to him and that a Writ of Attachment issue against said mobile home and that he also have judgment for costs against said property. You are further notified that unless you appear in said Court at Algona, Iowa, on or before the 14th day of November, 1966, that judgment will be rendered 'against said premises-is prayed. Please take notice of this matter and govern yourselves accordingly. /S/ Rex Kooyman Plaintiff R.F.D. #2 Algona, Iowa 50511 (Oct. 10-17-24) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE S"TATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9025 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF ANCILLARY EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Percy Little, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Percy Little, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 14th day of October, 1966, the last will and testament of Percy Little, deceased, bearing date of the llth day of November, 1964, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Florence C. Little was appointed ancillary 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 date 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 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 14th day of October, 1966i < • Florence C. Little AncillaryExecutorofsaidEstate Blue Earth, Minnesota Winkel & Winkel Attorney (s) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 25th day of October, 1966. (80-81) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9022 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TOCREDI- TORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Edna A. Richter, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Edna A. Richter, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 14th day of October, 1966, the last will and testament of Edna A. Richter, deceased,bearing date of the 10th day of November, 1962, was admitted to probate In the above named 'court and that Edward Boyken 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 date 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 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. 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