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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 7, 1968
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10-Algono la.) Upper DM Moin*. Thursday, March 7, 1968 Linda Parsons Of Algona To Wed In July CAPT. HAROLD AMFAHR, who has been stationed with the 1974th Comm. Gp.KoratRTAFB, Thailand, for the past year, arrived home for a visit with his father. His wife and little daughter who have been living at Dexter, la. during his absence, are here also. They will leave April 10 for a three-year stay in Germany. MRS. JACK RUBE had a phone call Monday from her husband saying he had reached Oakland, Calif, enroute from Vietnam and would be home Tuesday for a leave of a month, after which he would have an assignment in the states. His first foreign service was in Korea a few years ago. The Rubes and little son, 4, will spend some time at Sheffield with his parents. MR. AND MRS. Ray Cook and Mr. and Mrs. James Allen spent the weekend at Clinton, the Cooks being guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Carmody, the Aliens guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Benner. Mr. Benner is hospitalized following a severe heart attack. His wife is the former Virgina Good, niece of Mr. Allen. MRS. A. C.HOORNEM AN, Moline, HI. and Mrs. Fred Kutzli, Prairie City, la., attended the open house in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Specht. They are sisters of Mr. Specht. Bill Specht brought them to Algona and also took them back to their respective homes. He will spend a few days visiting. Mr.' and Mrs. Robert Elthon and Vicki, Mason City, attended also. Mrs. Elthon is a niece of Mr. Specht. MRS. ROSE SIGSBEE has returned from Sarasota, Fla. where she visited her son Harlan and daughter Jeanne. She went from here to Lincoln, Nebr. and joined her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Beardlsey, who accompanied her to Florida. MRS. ANN HANSON is spending a little time at Mason City with her daughter, Mrs. Pauline Mortenson and son Todd. MRS. ELLEN DAILEY was visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Vidas Stringer and daughter Bernice of Ft. Dodge. Bernice and Ellen met some time ago when they were hospitalized at the same time and have been good friends ever since. MRS. DAVID HOVEY returned Saturday from Clarksville, Tenn. where she attended funeral services for her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Mosley, 84, who died of a stroke. MR. AND MRS. Dennis Fritz and the latter's mother, Mrs. Madelia Walker, spent the weekend at Richland, Wise, and were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faber. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz are moving to Richland in a couple of weeks where he will be employed in dairy farm- MRS. HAROLD SMITH was visited Sunday by her sister, Mrs. Orville Beresford, Kanawha. Mrs. Smith spent Thursday and Friday at Lotts Creek with her cousin and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metzger. RAYMOND IRONS took Eugene Schemel and his housekeeper, Mrs. Sarah Lallier, to Rochester, Minn, Saturday. Mr. Schemel entered the hospital for observation and Mrs. Lallier is staying in Rochester awhile. MR. AND MRS. H. T. Bunkofske have gone to Sunnyvale, Calif. for a visit with their son, Kenneth and wife. They will also visit sisters of Mrs. Bunkofske at Berkeley and Mr. Bunkofske's brothers, Fred and Albert, Los Angeles, JOAN POST, Sioux City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post. MR. AND MRS. Everett Anderson went to Clarion Sunday to visit the former's brother, Hoi- man and wife. The Everett Andersons have purchased a trailer for vacation purposes. QUESTS Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sorensen were Mr, and Mrs, James Will and Mrs. MUdred Putz. -MB. AJffl UR8. James Modreu are 10*94 to Gleawood Sunday to YliU {matter's parent, Mr. and MRS. JOHN HELMERS has returned from a nine days visit at Duncombe with her son Richard and family and at Ft. Dodge with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilschusen and family. Mrs. Helemers celebrated a birthday while she was gone. MR. AND MRS. James Andreasen will have as guests this weekend the former's sister, Mrs. Richard Smith and children, Chicago. They have come to attend, with the Andreasens, the reception to be given at Armstrong after the wedding of Diane Bonickson. MR. AND MRS. Walter Ktamp went to Hurt Sunday to visit the latter*s aunt, Mrs. Lottie Isenberger at the rest home. MR. AND MRS. Gail Haase and Sally recently were at Waterloo and visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sigsbee and at Cedar Falls where they visited Mr. and Mrs. David Skogstrom. Mrs. Sigsbee is a daughter of the Wendell Feasters and Mrs. Skogstrom Is a daughter of the Haase's. They also saw Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Ott, Waterloo, former Al- gonans. THREE MEN from the United Presbyterian church plan to attend the meeting for Presbyterian men in Chicago March 8-10. The theme of the meeting is "What Is A Man Worth f LAST WEEKSaturday 24 Presbyterian men attended the 6:30 a. m. Bible breakfast at the Johnson House. Another will be held March 9. The subject will be "The Necessity Of The New Birth." MRS. LEO FOX has been visited by her sisters, Mrs. John Wasson, Wellman, and Mrs. Bessie Graham, Adel. JOHN BRADLEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph Bradley, spent the weekend with his parents and returned Sunday to Omaha where he is a student at Creighton University. LINDA PARSONS Mr. and Mrs. Victor M. Parsons of Algona announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Ann, to Murl D. Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell O. Walker of Algona. A July wedding is being planned. HOSPITAL NEWS FEB. 28 - Admitted: Mrs. Margaret Thilges, Bode, medical; Louella Esser, Algona, medical; dismissed: Diane Kisch, Wesley; Lewis Marshall, Scott Cook, Algona; expired: Mrs. Margaret Thilges. FEB. 29 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McAfee, Algona, girl; admitted: Elizabeth Zaugg, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Elizabeth Hundertmark, West Bend, transferred to Humboldt Nursing Home. MARCH 1- Birth; Mr. and Mrs. James Gatton, LuVerne, girl; admitted: Maynard Blanchard, Lone Rock, surgery; Robert Scarr, Algona, medical; dismissed: Dennis Lynch, Bancroft. MARCH 2-Dismissed: Mrs. Violet Goetsch, LuVerne; Mrs. Maxine Angus, Burt; Gregory Origer, West Bend; transferred to Rochester hospital, Eugene A. Schemel, Algona. MARCH 3 - Admitted: Dean Parrott, Algona, medical; John Rooney, Grace Adams, Algona, surgery; dismissed: Mrs.Ray- mond McAfee and baby, Wendell Jergenson, Algona. MARCH 4 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Algona, boy; admitted: Mrs. Ella Kennedy, Bancroft, medical; Cecelia Scott, Burt, medical; Mrs. Adelaide Harms, Titonka, surgery; Janice Roeber, Whittemore, medical; John Thompson, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Clara Weydert, Algona. 13 Students From Area Get State Awards A total of 13 high school students from this area, slated to enter colleges and universities in the fall, have been awarded State of Iowa scholarships, according to Dr. W. L. Roy Well- borne, executive director of the Higher Education Facilities Commission, who announced the awards Saturday. Students planning to attend state universities or community colleges will receive $200 per year, while whose entering private institutions will receive $400. The awards are based on financial need and academic ability and the 261 Iowa students who received them are from among a total of 2,000 applicants. Those students from this area receiving the awards include: Thomas J. Baas, West Bend; Janis D. Brockman and Richard L. Johnson, Coriwht; Linda I. Higgins, Lois E. Janssen and Leon D. Pannkuk, Titonka; Gail A. Jensen, Bancroft; Coleen A. Johns, LuVerne; Beverly J. Knudsen, Debora D. Laws and Timothy A. Molacek, Algona; Donald K. Montgomery, Swea City; and Kathryn A. Reddel, Wesley. Council Minutes The City Council met in special session Feb. 17,1968, with Mayor Finn and the following named council members: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Nash, Cook'and Peirce. Discussion was held on the number of hours overtime worked by the police department. No action was taken at this time and the meeting adjourned. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met in regular session Feb. 28, 1968 with Mayor Finn and the following named council members: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Nash, Cook and Peirce. Minutes of last meetings were approved. Mr. Yeoman came before the council concerning dogs in his neighborhood and the curb located at the end of the alley between blocks 10 hundred and 11 hundred on E. Grove street. Authorized the Mayor to enter into a contract with Lystads, Inc. for rat control at the city dump site. The price was $22.50 per month. Approved a Class B beer permit for Larry's Recreation. Authorized the street department to purchase approximately 1,000 tons of chips for seal-coating streets from Welp & McCarten of Humboldt, la. Local haulers to stockpile the chips here at Algona. Gordon Winkel, representing G. Faulstich, came before the council concerning lease agreement with the city for cable TV. After some discussion it was agreed that the council will meet with the Municipal Utilities next Wednesday, Mar. 6, 1968, to further discuss the proposed agreement. Following quotes were received from local plumbers to install furnace at the street garage :Laing*s Plumbing & Heating— $1,496.36; Irons Plumbing .& Heating - $1,635.39. Laing's Plumbing & Heating being the low bid, was accepted. Authorized the city clerk to send out bids for a truck for the street department. Authorized M. Sifert to attend a basic training course for pollution control plant operators at Belmond, la. City clerk was instructed to bill G. McDonald for sewer tap fee for sanitary sewer and the street committee is to inspect the damage done to the curb and gutter by McDonald property. Assistant Police Chief Groen was put on straight salary — no overtime. Moved and seconded the meeting adjourn to March 6, 1968 at 7:30 p. m. D. A. SMITH CITY CLERK ' GENERAL Finn, Salary 123.15 Smith, Salary 257.66 Sands, Salary 141.37 la. State Bk., Wholding ... .77.20 Treas. of State, Wholding.. .8.48 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 58.08 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 46.20 N.W. Bell, Phone 33.47 STREET Burtis, Salary 168.66 Frambach, Salary 178.19 Giddings, Salary 179.64 Helmers, Salary 165.49 Lashbrook, Salary 47.79 Madison, Salary 151.16 Pergande, Salary 224.48 Wibben, Salary 165.49 la. State Bk., Wholding... .134.10 State Treas., Wholding ... .17.53 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 136.71 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 105.25 Algona Ins. Agency, Premium 37.13 Big Bear, Supplies 2.59 Everds Bros., Snow Removal 371.70 N. W. Bell, Phone 11.10 M. Todd &Co., Supplies...160.50 ROAD USE TAX Everds Bros., Asphalt 681.27 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 308.78 Day, Salary 183.25 Groen, Salary 217.07 Hutchison, Salary 194.14 Jorgenson, Salary 208.10 Schadendorf, Salary 176.61 Thompson, Salary 169.13 Voigt, Salary 184.24 Peterson, Salary 14.34 Willey, Salary 47.80 la. State Bk., Wholding... .188.10 State Treas., Wholding 27.64 Soc. Sec.,-Soc. Sec 178.47 Trust Si Agency, Pension 19.64 Algona Upper D.M., Sub. . . .5.00 G. A. Thompson, Supplies 28.00 N. W. Bell, Phone 20.85 Fire Dept., Services 660.00 SANITATION Gade, Salary 88.84 Dubaski, Salary 28.68 Courtney, Salary 105.91 la. State Bk,, Wholding 5.10 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 21.74 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 15.19 SEWER RENTAL Lemkee, Salary 230.46 Sifert, Salary 169.86 la. State Bk., Wholding ... .12.50 State Treas., Wholding 3.93 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 39.82 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 31.68 N. W. Bell, Phone 11.85 RECREATION Boldridge, Salary 165.93 la. State Bk., Wholding . . . .9.90 State Treas., Wholding . . . .1.44 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 16.94 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 13.48 la. Ass. Swim Clubs, Dues 2.00 PARKING METER Schmidt, Salary 60.61 la. State Bk., Wholding . . . .9.90 State Treas., Wholding ... .64 Soc. Sec., Soc. Sec 6.80 I.P.E.R.S., IPERS 5.41 0. H. Robinault, Real Estate 5,621.00 r COMPLETE CLOSING OUT AUCTION Sale to be held on the farm located Vi mile north, 2'/2 miles east of Cylinder or from the Whittemore corner 4 miles west, 1 mile north .and } A mile west on TUESDAY, MARCH 12 SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P.M. 1965 600 FORD TRUCK, 16 FOOT BOX & HEAVY HOIST. Truck was just overhauled and in excellent condition. • MACHINERY International "560" Tractor, loader to fit above; International 448 Cultivator; International 4 row Planter; International 15 ft. Disc,- 3 Spring Tooth Harrows; Four Section Drag; Allis Chalmers 7' Pull Type Mower; 2 Grain Augers; Ford Tractor and Loader; 1963 New Holland 271 PTO Baler; Oliver 4 Bottom 16" Plow; Mayrath 40' Elevator; 2 Wagons with Barge Boxes and Hoist; Manure Spreader; Rotary Hoe; Land Roller; 3 Bottom Disc Plow. 1500 BALES OF ALFALFA & BROME HAY MISCELLANEOUS Hay Feed Bunks; 2 Feed Bunks; Portable Hog Feeder; Portable Hog House; Utility Building; 1000 bu. Portable Steel Corn Crib; Peterson Automatic Hog & Cattle Waterer; Bolt Racks; Miscellaneous Shop Tools; Quantity of Scrap Iron; 300 Gal. Gas Barrel and Stand; ForneyxWelder; Air Compressor; Measuring Wheel; Chain Hoist; Power Hack Saw; Table Saw; Adding Machine; Go Cart; Miscellaneous Articles too numerous to mention. TERMS: Usual Auction Terms, nothing removed until settled for. NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENTS. MRS. RONALD FRASER Berkland & Bortvit, Auctioneers Cylinder, State .Banks Clerk ifs a double Jubilee! KROEHLER is celebrating its 75th Anniversary and we're celebrating our sist with 99* ol Clinic elegance. Rich velvet with Scotchgerd liniih. Zippered levettiblt cuihioni. (WE HAVE LOTS OF THEM AT LOVELY JUBIL-EASY PRICES) Many things happen when the world's largest furniture maker gues all out to make its 75th Anniversary the biggest year in its history. Many things. And they all come together in the wide, warm, welcome world of furniture we call Jt4bileaders. Scotchgard-finish fabrics. Scotcngard A Classic design. 87* long with loose pillow. back Scotchgard pioltcled custom-quilt lab<ic. Sinking 67' contemporary Aunt design, with soil Mowing "key-type" arms. Scotchgerd protected fabric. The famous Kioehltr Sleep'Ot-lounge. a comfortable sola by day. comfortable bit by night 60" by 74" Queen-size mattiess. Traditional ileganct. tailored in rich velvet. protected by Scelchgerd finish. This-hendsome Cap* Cod foil leaturaa Kroehlcr'a lamgui $laepy Irlollgw back ' f dded comfort. FOSTER FURNITURE STORE Kre»hl*r'i at* furniture fuid» «.iih Jccg tips, tend JM (« P 0 5Q67, CMci Q III. Lu«unous 84" Classic sod with handeom* aculplurcd arms lor an tddtd touch ol elegance. Phont 295-5294 203 E. $t|tt Selict from « Signatuit $w!v«| Rgck.e.1 01 the luiu'ioui 3-way R|« !«*«' ch»ir tot fddjo; comfoit.

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