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4-Algdna (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, May 8, 1962 Wesley To Have 25 Pupils In Kindergarten Wesley — Enrolled in kindergarten next year are 25 children in- eluding two sets of twins. They are: Debrn and Dennis Ackerson, Mark and Michael Arndorfer, Tom Bode, Dennis Dornbier, Ronalrl Forburger, Darlene Elsbecker. Steven and Timothy Johnson, Marcia Kramer, Jocelyn Krieps, Jane Larson, Ambrose Laubcnthal, Tom Meuhe, Paul Rasmussen, Ronald Reiling. Tom Ricke, James, Lawrence, Pamela and Patrica Studer, Linda Vitzthum, Dean Walker and Judy Weiland. Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Charley Price will observe their silver wedding anniversary May 13 with an open house in I.O.O.F. hall. They are parents of four children, William of Crystal Lake, Norma Jean (Mrs. Valgene Hansen) of Cedar Falls, James in army service in Japan and Donald at home. Glen Gabrielsons, Herman Wises and Gordon Giddings. Methodist women spent a busy week prior to the open house May 6. They painted basement walls scrubbed floors and rcorganizec kitchen equipment. Mike Flom as sisted with painting cement steps and entry way to rooms. the basement Attending the Republican rally in Britt Wednesday evening were the H. E. Hemmingsens, John Paulsons and Richard Madsens. Yo Yo Club met May 2 in the Don Kraus home in Britt for its final meeting of the year. Officers elected for one year terms were Esther Smith, pres., Chas. Wier, vice pres., and Opal Nygaard. secy.-treas. Twenty five were present. Assisting hosts were the KB3O FORAGE BLOWER CAPACITY PLUSt James Harper has resigned as supt. of junior high and has accepted a similar position in West Branch. Ho plans to attend summer school at SUI and work toward a degree. The wife and four sons will stay here until a house is found. Mrs. J. W. Kclch and (wins Dick and Diane of Worthinglon spent May 2-3 with her mother iMrs. Viola Studer and her house guests the Robert Sludcr family of Atlanta, Ga. An engagement of local interest was announced last week in Ames when Mr. and Mrs. J. ,1. I,. Henclrickson announced their daughter Sara Margaret would marry Arthur Putman Roy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arnold have sold their home to Mr. and Mrs. Merle Loss, with possession June 1. Mr. Arnold began work Apr. 30 in Lake Park and he and his wife will move when living quarters can be found there. Methodist circles will meet May 16: No. 1 at the church with Molly Johnson, No. 2 at Mary Brad- fields and No. 3 with Dorothy Weiland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Studer and children of Atlanta, Ga. arrived May 1 to spend two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Viola Studrr, hi.s brothers Gayle and Bill and sister Mrs. Everett Ackerson and their families. On Wednesday evening a family dinner party was held in their honor in the Ackerson home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith went to Klemme Sunday to b present at the baptism of thei 7 month old grandson Perry Smit in the Methodist church. The. and the child's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith were dinner guests of the maternal grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Michaelson of Klemme. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Studer and family will move to Waterloo May 16 where he is employed as Gov't meat inspector in Rath packing plant. Mrs. Gertrude Downing of Des Moines spent Apr. 28-30 with the Al Wagners. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith of New Richmond, Minn, spent May 1 with their cousins the John Paulsons. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schutrop of Minneapolis visited the John Paul- sons over the Apr. 29 weekend. pens entertained at a farewell party for Mr and Mrs Wieneke. Attending were Mr and Mrs Gerald Shiflett and family and Mr and Mrs Morel Ludwig and family of Rutland, Mrs Clara Solberg, Oliver Christianson and Mr and Mrs Paul Kampen. Will Steidl of Carlos, Minn., brother of Mrs Annis Leist died Wednesday. Mrs Leist attended funeral services Saturday. Many ladies from, the community attended a guest day at St. Olaf Lutheran church at Bode NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OP UNITED VARIETY STORIES, INC. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that at a special meeting of the stockholders of the United variety Stores, Inc., of AlKona. town, held on the 1st day o£ November, A. D, 1061, n resolution vvns .idoptrd by unnnimous vote of the .stockholders to wind up the business of Ihc corporation nnd dissolve said C-OT porntfon. This notice is being given pursuant to Chapter 4!)I of the 1'JSH C'ocic: ol Iowa and amendments thereto. Dnled at Algona. Iowa, this 23rd day of April, A.D., l»B2. UNITED VARIETY STORES, INC Hv: James K, Lytle President Hv: Mary A. I.ylle Secretary. (17-20) Jos. Weidenhoff Died Recently At Chicago Ken Peirce, manager of the Weidenhoff Corp. plant here, received word during the week of the death of Joseph Weidenhoff, 83, founder of Joseph Weidenhoff, Inc., recently at Chicago. Mr. Weidenhoff was the originator of practically all phases of automotive testing equipment and Carted his business in 1019. He retired in 1947 and visited Algona during the local plant's open house (he following year. He was also recognized as a top authority on antique coins and was noted as a collector. He had one or more coins of each mintage during the last 50 years and he collection is insured for S500,-! i U ,,i-,». v,,.^.>. ^.,,>.,...., ...... ,,..,^. ,.., (Win It trill Into Hun T!rinL-c nrm lures and appliances lor the purpose UUU. U Will laKC tWO brinks arm- I 0| C(mm , cl ,,, g e i,.eti,city tar llRhtlng. orecl trucks to move the collection from the club where Mr. Weiden- hoff lived to a Chicago bank. NOTICE OF CONTRACTORS OF FURNISHING AND LAYING TILE Sealed bids will In' received until 1.30 o'clock P.M.. May 11. t!W2. at the Kos-suth County Court House. Algona. ou;i. at which time nnd place the Kossuth County Board ot Supervisor*, icling on behalf ol Lateral P of Drain .No M, will meet lor llle purpose oi letting a contract for the furnishing, .(lying and backfilling Hill)' — 10" and lli'ltr 8" tile and ill) 1 10" V.S. Pipe The commencement date is June 1. '.!)fi2 and completion elate is July 31. Hids will be received on the entire u-ork and rach bidder will be required ,o deposit with his hid a certified check on and ceil it led by a bank in Iowa, payable to the Auditor of Kossuth Conntv or his order at tus office in .111 amount equal to 10', of the bid The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Bids, specifications, bidding blank? ,md other information may be obtained at the otfi'-c of the County Drainage Clerk. Ah:ona. Iowa, or contact D. L Leffcrt. Engineer in charge of tile project. * ROAHD OF SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA Bv C. S Pearson (17-181 OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA Notice Is hereby given that a petition for a franchise to erect, use and maintain poles. wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fix- Miss Haase To Girls State power and heating pin poses has been filed b> the lov. a Electric Light & power Cninpam . Cedar 'Rapids. Iowa. in the oil ice "i ihe low .1 State Com- nierfe Comm;s,-ioii. lh.it >.ud petition asks tile ne ;l to r.n-st i m I. oper.ire .ind main'.m slid rlectlir ti ansmissmr. line over, aior.g and across the follow • ing described public lands. highwa>> stieams and pn\.itc lands, to-wit; 7.200 Volts. Delta Connected. Non grounded Ne'!'r:i! Beginning at t"e Southeast cornr! o; Section .Vine '!>'. Township Nim'> six (961 North. Range Tweht>--nine <-'-'' W"St ol the 5lh PM , Kossuth Com.'.. Iowa, thence west on tile hi^h-A.i'. on tile south line ol said Section N.r.e '!n. said township and ranfje ll^e tenths i 5> mile The Iowa State Commerce Commission has named Tuesday, June 12. H*fi2. at 10 o'clock am. in its ofnce at Des Moines. Iowa as time and place for healing said petition. Docket E-134<«>. Objections to the granting of such franchise must he in writing and filed n triplicate \\ith this Commission at east live o' r!a\s helore date of hear- ng The luwa St.itc Cornmeice Com- nission .suggests that the objector be eprcsented at Iff he.inng by sorne- ine who has lull authority to act for IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION llarolrt t: Hughes. Chairman Rav H Thompson. Commissiont r Bern.i.d J Martin. Commissioner Docket E-t:;-)!'!l TTKST: Claude E, Davis. Secretary Dated at Des Motr.es. Iowa. April 25. 062. 118-l:il 2. Sections three (3), five (6), nine (!)| and eleven (11) arc repealed. 3. The following sections are added thereto: "Section 15. Vacancies In the Supreme Court and District Court shall be filled by appointment by tlie Governor from lists of nominees submitted by the appropriate Judicial nominating commission. Three nominees shall be submitted for each Supicine Court vacancy, and two nominees shall be submitted for each District Court vacancy. If the Governor falls for thirty days to make the appointment, it shall be made from sue:, nominees by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. "Seel ion 10. There shall he a State Judicial Nominating Commission. Such commission shall make nominations to fill vacancies in the Supleme Court. Until July -I. 1(173 and thereafter unless otherwise provided by law. the State Judicial Nominating Commission shall be composed and selected as lollows: There shall be not less than three nor more than eight appointive members, as provided by law. and an equal number of elective members on such Commission, all of whom shall be electors of the state. Tnc appointive members shall be appointed by the Governor subject to coifiirin.vtion by the Senate. The elective members shall be elected by Ihe resident members of the liar of the state. The judge of tile Supreme ColllA who is senior in length ol service on said Court, oilier than the Chief Ju^'.ue. shall also be a member of such Commission and shall be its chairman "mere shall t)e a Disulci Judicial Nominating Commission in each luchcial distuct ot the state Such • •tmmis-.-ii'ns shall make nominations to fill vacancies in the District i. u... i uiimn tncir respective districts Until July 4. !!>73. and there- alter unless otnerwisc plovuied oy law. DlMllit Judicial Nomm.itui.! Commissions shall be composed and selected as lolows There shall be I not less than thice noi more than I six appointive nnmbeis. as provld- i ed by law. and an equal number of j elective incmtnM.-. on each such | commission, all oi w horn shall be ' electors oi the district The ap- : pomlive members shall be appoint- 1 ed bv the Governor. The t IfCtive i members shall be elected by the resident members of the bar of the district The district judge ot such i district who is senior m length of | scr\'ice shall aNo be a member of ; such ciiinmis.-ion and shall be Its I for adequate retirement compensation. Retired Judges may be subject to special assignment to temporary judicial duties by the Supreme Court, as provided by law. WHEREFORE, all electors throughout the State will take duo notice and the sheriffs of the several counties will take official notice hereof and be ROV- crned accordingly. , , In testimony whereof. I have, hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed thq Great Seal of the State of Iowa. Done at DCS Molne.t this 23rd day of April in the year of Our Lord Out) Thousand Nine Hundred ant) Sixtv-two; of the State ol low.i the One llundivil Sixteenth, and of the Independence of the Itniteil Slates the One Ilimditul mut Eighty-seventh. By the Governor Norman A Elbe Governor ATTEST Melvln I) Svnlioist Secretary ol State Published M-O S. hta '.•> l'-v- AlKon.i ilow.i" I'pi'c-r IV< Mi-'ii^.v 1 Hutchison, Salary — Jorgenson, Salary _-. Mlttag, Salary Elbert, Salary ... • Kohl, Salary Volflt, Salary la. State Bank, VVhold, — Trust J. Aooiwy Pension . Federal Labs, Motor Kent Moton, Car . .. Jorgenseni, F \pemc* NW Oi'll. reli-plwiv , Hooker Supply, Vol. Fiivtiohti't. Si.lv SANUMION CwtiW\, Co«,n>i K S4\V Hv'it. 164.21 144.59 15,00 70,00 115 JO I5,fl0 10.90 I.OAH.OO t-MO 24.10 2A4.00 ,14.8.1 4,00 93.3? ».< J? W J7 1200 IS. 70 70 RECREATION Municipal B»nu, tJxes i.....- f, Mishek Supply, Bike Rack -. ' 6EBT SERVICE Davenport Bank & Trust, Interest w u — . MUNICIPAL. ENTERPRISES Cemetery Assoc.,' Taxes. ',---J . 2,786.32 PARklNS METER ' Groon, Salary Rilev, Salary ---» * Sands, Salary — -, la State Bank, W'Hold Tuut *. AQency, Pension ...... TRUST S. AGENCY Urxla Counley, Pension -.-Bertha EflH, Pension ^.t. ,253.4.S '120.00 204.00 189.55 34.0.1 106.99 47.40 2.12 20.00 75.00 Council Minutes COUNC.l MINUTSS CltS C-'U'S. •'' '"Ot- \..'Ml .*'' ' VO.* •rs ^^.v<•.'* >lv^'-l.'. Vtclea:.v:r **>% f t «*..,-f.'o *V hr V -*'.>•« VJi'.'uOvl ^'.'IM.M. A^provcO i>. "ei'vjovcr M.. Ul .c-,r tot A/'f-tij; rt*LX 1 '' ^^ ^"e Aav<r vomni. «JS rejO JOvt JCCCC'.V^ ApcrcsoJ ?r>e C >>• >t r ec^ ''Mi. 1 'Hjf >-il t«" st"" to >** lc«J >tJW High«a> YOU MAY HAVE WON A TORO POWER MOWER Dili ,.in man dilation shall he eiven ••>. t k etion of Judicial Commission members. \ ,'poml i\ e and elective members i! .Judicial Nominating Commissions II serve lor six year terms, shall ing sh. Ann Haase OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher inclined shaker pan boppet feed imprcnes forage flow to and through blower • designed for use with side- loading wagons and portable drag elevators • ideal for filling pit or bunker silos • straight-thru-flow design FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION ABOUT KOOLS KB30, KB40 CUTTER-BLOWER, KB20 10 FT. HOPPER BLOWER- BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT Mr and Mrs Gary Bragga of Des Moines were Saturday evening visitors at the Morgan Hagens. Mr and Mrs Melvin Ellingso went to West Concord, Minn. Sun day to visit at the home of thei son, the Eldon Ellingsons. The grandsons, Roger and Larry, r hirned home with them for a co pie of days. Mr and Mrs Arthur Pctersen, John and Julie visited at the Ann Haase, daughter of Mr. and Irs. Gail Haase, AJgona,- will epresent Algona at Girls State, o be held at Cedar Falls in June. ie was named by the American ^egion Auxiliary here recently. tfiss Haase is a junior at Algona igh school, as is the alternate, udy Willrett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Willrett, also of Algona. Miss Willrett is also a junior at AHS. (UDM Engraving) State of Iowa Executive Department PROCLAMATION i Pursuant to law. I, Norman A Er^. Governor of the State of Iowa, do hereby proclaim, make known and givf notice that at a special election to be held on the 4th day of Jtme, 62. there will be submitted, in pLjr- of Senate Joint Resolution No. the 59th General As.st-mhl> . to iors qualified to vote for mem- i s o( the General Absembly. on a parate ballot, for their ratification or jet-nun. tht following proposed mendment lo the Constitution o£ owa, lo-wit: Article Five iV> is amended in the following manner: 1. Section four i-l) is amended by si riklng from lines eight 18" and limn (Ot of such section the wurds "c-xercise a supervisory" and inserting in lieu thereof the words "shall exorci^f n supervisory anc administrative". NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA , be ineligible tur a second six year ir"ri on the same commission, shall hold no office of profit <>i t he i. m.ed Stales <»r "i 'he slate during tin u terms, shall he chns'.Mi with(in! reference to political affiliation. and shall have sut-h other quaiil it- atmns as mav be prescribed by I.iw As near as may be. the toims of une-third ol such members shall expire every tuu years. "Section 17 Members of all courts sh.il! have .such tenure in of lice as m.iy be fi.xrd b\ law. but terms of Supreme Court Juc!fies shall be not less than eight years and terms of Oisti ict Court J uJges shall be not less than six years. Judges shaJl serve for one vear after appointment and tint if the first dav of January following the next judicial election alter the expiration of such \ ear Thrv shall at .such judicial elec'ntn siand tin retention in ofiiee on a separate ballot which shall submit the question of whether such judfie shall be ret 'lined in office for the tenure prescribed ior such ul t'lt'p nnd when such tenure i> a tiMin ol .soars, on thcii request . the-, shall, at the judicial elect ton next be i u re the end of each t r r m . stand again for retention on such ha i lot Present Supreme Court and District Court Judges, at the expiration of their respective terms, may be retained in on ice in like manner for the tenure prescribed for such office The General Assembly shall prescribe the time for holding judicial elections. -,. , . "Section IS. Judges of the Supreme Court and District Court shall receive salaries from the state, shaJI be members of the bar of the state and shall have sucli other qualn ications as may be prescribed bv law Judges of the Supreme ] Court and District Court shall be ! ineligible to any other office oi the stale while serving on said court and for two yearn thereafter, except that Dtstnct Judges shall be eligible lo the office of Supreme Court Judge. Other judicial officers shall be selected in such manner and shall have such tenure, eompensa- tinn .ind other qualification as may be 1 ixed by law. The General As- bemblv shall prescribe mandatory retirement for Judges of the Supreme Court and District Court at a specified ago and shall provide *«V-;,oO s.jguo i iffti-r.r^j 'Of ncv. ree?^.s3 arc rhe C rv Cler-t. ro attend ? ut- ] ic \\.^rks Co''' GENERAL a S'jte 5jnk. VVHcld. \v , ... P franco OH . Dues a s Supci.es .. Bell. Telephone Voigt Refunds STREET Burtis. Salan. rrambach, Salary helmjrs. Saury . - . Lashbrook, Salary _ Metien, Salary . Pergande, Salary Prew, Salary ... Wibbon, Salary _ ........ la. State Bank. W Hold Cities Service, Gas .. Cliff's Signs, Lettering ..... Gafnbles, Mdse. .. ' Beli, Tele-phone . . liy Oil, Vclse. ROAD USE TAX H M Brown, Repairs Directory Service, Maps ... PUBLIC SAFETY Bockelman, Salary 3ultcn. Salary . , _ >er, Salar/ . .. 2 5-. 90 39.50 10. CO ! 23,1 4 22.39 1 0 OC 63 7 5 UJ '0 13 i frO 10!.16 '69.25 11S CO !67 •;! US OC 121 43 102 30 336 24 15 CO 2 64 22.30 57.6.8 2.28 17.00 20992 157.70 132.CO Check the TORQ ad in your May 22nd cqpy o.t "LQOK" magazine. The "Lucky Number" coupon may entitle yctu to, a free 19" Toro Whirlwind. BRING YOURTORO"LUCKY NUMBER'COUPON IN NOW NORTON MACHINE WORKS 117 N. HALL ALGONA CY 4-4658 1015 N. Main CY 4-3451 STATE OF IOWA Kohsuth County No 8082 ' April Term 1!« >>•• IN UISTHIC'T Cf .. .. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN YOl: ARE HEREBY NOTIKIE Tha: .m !!,>' n.ineiit nl writing ]-,ur ,,.„,,, i porllr.g to lie Ihe I.,M Will and T.-sta- IlOWUrd Smull home at DCS MomCS i men! ul Augubi.i E l.avren/ Deceased 'id read Monday lill)2 is lixi-d lor 'ieailnL 1 Jiiunl ul .i.ime .il the COLII! Hou.^e in Alfioi.a Iowa, bet,,re the UiMnci Couit MI «nd Count-, or the Cleik n; said Court, ai.d al ten <> cluck A M . ol tin- d.i\ aljuve menlioned all persons inteiested aie hi-iebv not U led and lequned lo ;tppear, and allow t.i-oje. if t ,m they have, v.tiv insliu- riu-iit should not 'be piobatcd and al- lowi-d as .,nd lor the lasl Will and Tevl.imeMt ol .-,iild de« eased IJ.it id ,,t A! K ,,i,., | u w.i M..S .'!. I!ili2 Alma I'l-.nson < li ' k ul the Dlstl u I Couit l)i-l!., v\ el'.i i Al'oiuey Alt;..i.., Iowa I IB' Sunday. They also called on Mr and Mrs Homer Betz at Grimes. Luther Leagues of the Ft. Dodge district met at Clarion for a conference Sunday. 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