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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 15, 1962
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4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Metres Tuesday, May IS, 1962 Graduation Speaker Featured speaker at commencement exercises for s.-niors at Algona high school Friday night, June 1. will be Robert ,T. Blakely, shown here. Blakely is at present dean of the extension division and professor of adult« education at Iowa State University, Ames. A native of Nebraska. Mr. Blakely was an editorial writer for the I"K-S Mnines Register and Tribune, an assistant in the office of war information during World War II. served in the U.S. Marine Corps in the South Pacific. l!M:i--)fi, editor of the editorial page. St. Louis Star- Times and served 10 years as manager and vice president of the central regional office of the fund for adult education. He was also runner-up fur a Pulitzer pri/e for editorial writing in 194H. Mr. Blakely will also address a joint meeting of Algona service clubs Friday noon. Baccalaureate services for the 79 graduating seniors will be held Sunday e\emng. May 27. in the high school auditorium. The local ministerial union will furnish speakers for the evening program. Last day of regular classes for seniors at AHS will be May 25, followed by" the annual senior breakfast the following day. (UDM Lngravingi 8 File For 5 Director Posts On School Board Six candidates have filed for the five positions on the new school board to be fleeted Thursday. May 24, and to serve the combined Whitli'more-Algona district as of July 1. Only one candidate, Fred Diekmann . Jr. , has tiled tor school I , : board treasurer. The candidates follow: To serve untiJ (he next regular election, next fall, two to be elected: Robert Deal l''.UL',cne Hutchins Uusscll 1.. Mcrtin Tii serve unul the second regular election, two to be eliTted: .Inhn ll;iyes Dorothy 'I. Stetfun To ser\e unlit tlie third regi t lection, one to be elected: Huliert I'.l-jfk Thus the mils contest so far nriines on the ballot i.s concern' 1 , 1 is for the short term, where then 1 art- Hire' 1 cuiMi'lates for two position.*. l-'ive of the can cut members of Ihe board. The s:\lh candidate, Hus M-l! Me,l;n ot \\hittemore. ha / Fenton Firm Defendant In -IH*M^ WIP;* 1*1'-'^jipjf *V i •• •^'••"*-'> - _ ,. - , Injury Case George Graham Rites Held At Titonka Friday Funeral services for George F. Graham, GO, longtime resident of Titonka, were held Friday at the Titonka Methodist church. He died May 7 at the Old Soldiers home in Marshalltown. He was born Aug. !). 1893 at Bancroft. He worked as a laborer. Survivors are seven sisters, Mrs. Ruth Jennings, Titonka; Mrs. Mamie Godden, Algona; Mrs. Roy Clark, Burt; Mrs. Leo Fox, Lu- Verne; Mrs. John Wassen, Weiman; Mrs. Harry Cook, Mason City; Mrs. Robert Ringsdorf. Woden: five brothers. Harvey and Dwight, Titonka; Clarence. Adel; Jay. Burt, and Morris of Algona. There are several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters and one brother. The Rev. Dr. Kildal officiated and burial was at the Burt cemetery. Military rites were conducted by the American Legion and VFV of Titonka. , _. streams . Kossuth County, Iowa. All Inquiries relative to said petition will he directed to tills Commission. The Iowa State Commerce Commission has named Tuesday. June 12, 1!I02 fit 10 o'clock a.m.. in its office at Des Moines, Iowa, as time and place for hearing said pelilion. Docket K-i.1500". Objections lo (he granting of such extension musl he in writing and filed in triplicate at least five (5) day?, before dale of hearing. IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Harold E. Hughes, Chairman Hay H. Thompson, Commissioned Bernard .!. Martin, Commissioner Docket E-!350fi ATTEST: Claude E. Davis. Secretary Dated at Des Monies, Iowa. May .'I. 1TOI2. find fippHflfiPr"! far thr> pufpaShftcfoM ptihtlr Innds, of conducting electricity for lighting, "ontl privale lands in power and heating purposes has boon " '" ' <->--riled by the Iowa Electric Light & Power Company, Cedar Rapids, lown. in the office of the Iowa State Commerce Commission; that said petition asks Hie right to construct, opernto ;nid maintain said electric transmission line over, along and across the following deserihed public lands, highways, sin-onis and privale lands, to-wit: 7,200 Volts, Delta Connected, Non-grounded Neutral Trephining at the Southeast corner of Section Nine IHI. Township Ninetysix i HO) North. Range Twenty-nine (20) West of the 51 h P.M.. Kossiith County, to\\a, thence west on Ihe highway on Ihe south line of said Section Nine ifit. said township and range, five- trnths i "ii mile. The Iowa Stale Commerce Commission has named Tuesday. .Tune 12, 1X2, at 10 o'clock a 111 . in its office at Des Moiiios. Iowa, as time and place tor hearinfi said petition. Docket F.-13-1 mi Objections to the granting of such franchise must he in writing and filed in triplicate with this Commission at least live i Til days before date of hearing The Iowa State Commerce Commission suggests that the objector be represented .it the hearing by some- nne who has lull authority to act for IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION Harold E. Hughes. Chairman Ray H Thompson, Commissioner Bernard J M.ii'lin. Commissioner Docket E-13-tnn ATTEST Claude E Davis. Secretary D.ilcd at DCS Moines. Iowa. April 25 1%2. (18-19) WANT ADS FOR SALE, general rlenrp, with lovely landscaping and Scenic View; attractively priced. Contact H. D. HUTCHINS, R. E. BROKER, Tel. CY 4-3205. 10* Card Of Thanks CARD OF THANKS Thanks to my relatives, friends and neighbors for the cards, gifts and visits during my stay in the hospital; and thanks to my neighbors who helped put in my crops. It was deeply appreciated. — Vernon Plathe. 19" Responsible person fr> service and collect from automatic dispensers. No experience needed. Car, references, and $450 to $900 cash necessary. 4 to f! hours weekly required. Excellent monthly income For local interview, write Kay Co., 902 West 77"2,St., Richfield, Minnesota. 1""' Scholarship For $600 Awarded To Algona Youth A Fenton man, Mervin A. Jentz, parent and natural guardian of Joel M. Jentz. a minor, filed a damage suit for S14.627.35 in district court here this week. The action is a result of a fall and sub; sequent alleged injury to the boy and Weisbrod Implement Co. is I defendant. ,ir i According to the petition, the boy i then 7. was injured Nov. 15, 1961. The petition states that while the boy was walking on a sidewalk at Fenlon. he wa.s "diverted to the defendant .-> implement lot next to the sidewalk. The minor got upon a running gear, .slipped and fell and rm a sharp the running : gear. There were no warning signs or Vernell Ludwig Vernell Ludwig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernell Ludwig of Algona, received a $600 renewable scholarship from the Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. of Des Moines. Sons and daughters-'of-'Pioneer I employees are eligible (or a scholarship which is awarded on the basis of the student's scholastic record. Vernell plans to attend 1 the Iowa State University college of engineering at Ames in the fall. He is presently a senior at Garrigan high school. (UMD Engraving) a.-. didates are pros- i punctured his spleen 01 he Algona school " b ' ! ' ct . P™trudmg from tl been a t:,< mbi r of the Whiltemore hoard (or a number of \ears He i a na!,\e ol Algona. and gradu- Med from Aiuuna high. He presently i- manager ol Ihe f'onsohdat- Creainene-, a! is Band Queen Of Sentral High Hutchins Attends Land Bank Meet E. H. Hutchins, manager of the Federal Land Bank Association of Algona returned home Friday rom a two-day area conference at Des Moines, sponsored by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha. The Federal Land Bank Association of Algona makes long-term real estate mortgage loani NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Scaled bids will be received until 2 mi o'clock P M . May 211. l!i<12. at the Kossuth Couniy Court House. Algona. lo'.va. .it which time and place, the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors, acting nn behalf of Drainage District No 8.T. \\ ill meet tor the purpose of letting a contract for the cutting and disposal of 1.107 trees, painting stumps with Atllcille. clearing of 1300 sqs. brush, cleanout out of portion of open ditch. 4 ;i07 cu yds . excavating 78,033 cu yds. for new' ditch, furnishing ma- Icnals and labor for 1 headwall. 13 inlet pioes and 6 outlet pipes. The commencement dale is June 15, 1<H;2 and completion date is October 1. 1962 lor all work with the exception of the tree clearing, which completion date is January 1. 1063. Bids will be received on the entire work and each bidder will be required to deposit with his bul a certified check on and certified by .1 bank in low a. payable to the Auditor of Kossuth County or his order at his office in an amount equal to 10', of the bid. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids Bids, specifications, bidding blanks and other imormation may be obtained at the office ot the County Drainage Clerk. Algona. Iowa, or contact D L Letfert. Engineer in charge of the project BOARD OF SUPERVISORS KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA By C. S Pearson. Countv Drainage Clerk i19-20) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS OF FURNISHING AND LAYING TILE Sealed bids will be received until 1.30 o'clock P.M. May 24. 1SI62. at the Kossuth Countv Court House. Algona. loua, at which time and place 1 Kossuth County Board of Supervisors, acting on behall ot Lateral P of Drainage No. 83. will meet tor the purpose ot letting a contract for the 'urni.shing. la\ ing and hackfihng 1610' — 10" and 1610' — 8" tile and !)0' V. Pipe. The commencement date is June 1. .963 and completion date is July 31. 1962. Bids will be received on the entire work and each bidder will be lequired to deposit with his bid a certified check on and certified by a bank in Iowa, payable to the Auditor of Kossuth Bounty or his order at his otfice in an amount equal to 10', of the bid. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids Bids, specifications, bidding blanks and other information may be obtained at the office of the County Drainage Clerk. Algona. Iowa, or contact D. L Leffert. Engineer in charge of the project. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS , KOSSUTH COUNTV. IOWA 1 By C. S. Pearson, County Drainage Clerk. (19-20) FOR SALE — 3-ton Frigidaire air conditioner. Call CY 4-4672, Algona. before 5 p.m. 1!) 'SPECIAL SALE ON Started pullets up to May 29th. 6 wk. old white Leg. Pullets S42.00 per 100. 3 wk. $33.90. Day old $26.90. Free delivery on 300 or more pullets. Ph. 38 Collect Hamilton Hatch- Titonka, la." ( 19-20) ADDING MACHINE i -Victor, 8 col. with subtracter, visible dial. A-l .......... $35.00 UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. Office Supply Dept. ALGONA, IOWA (Otf) FOR SALE — New Wanderer pickup camper. For inspection or demonstration, call or write McCoy Sales Co., Eslherville. Phone EM 2-2169. Located at North Edge Estherville. U7tf) FOR SALE — Pool hall, used clothing and barber shop. Apt. upstairs. Business buildings complete for StO.OOO. Terms possible. K. J. Mulligan, broker, Bancroft, telephone 3311. 19 OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION 'O THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA: Notice Is hereby given that a petition ir RENEWAL OF FRANCHISE held by the City of West Bend. Iowa, for lie electric transmission and distribu- .ion iines owned and operated by it las been tiled with the Iowa Stale Commerce Commission in accordance with the provisions of Section 48D 12. The Code 1958. to-wit- Docket No. Franchise No. Dale Issued E-8654 7128 '.I- 8-4K E-75411 (il5() 8-13-4B E-754!) 313G H-10-40 E-3570 2535 B-ll-39 F.-2294 135!) 11-14-35 E-21M 1285 4-10-34 Such transmission and distribution mes are now located over, along and fence, the plaintiff alleges, and for . that reason the petition states the '-. defendant was negligent and proxi- i mate cause of the injury to the ! minor plaintiff • The minor plaintiff had his spleen removed and $567.35 wa \ spent b> Mer\ in A. .lentz for doc : tors and hospital. Much pain anc ; -uttering and permanent injur> and -rar results in the petition asking I MI- SI.'.(XXI. The petition says further that the i plaintiff spent S.tiO transporting the minor to and from the hospital and lur. ing to hire someone to carry on his busines.s lesultfd in expenditure of another SIMM). i As a result, the petition demands i judgment for S14.li27.'i5 and costs 1 of Ihe court action and also asks i for trial b> jury. In the only other case filed, J E. i I'kena and Co, plaintiff, seeks lilll 41) from Vincent Ellman, de- ( fondant, in settlement of a promissory note. At Detroit Meeting M. C. Metcalf, Jim Boudewyns and I. G. Miller left Sunday for Detroit where they are attending a meeting of authorized recondi- tioners of the Ford Motor Co. The three represented Universal Mfg Co. of Algona. They were to be guests of the Ford Co. at a baseball game today between the Detroit Tigers and Minnesota Twins .MISS MONTH At. — Bonnie Geit- /enauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. IMbtrt (jL'iUenauer of Fenton, has been -eieeied as Band Queen for ihe Seuiral marching band to participate ui ihe Band Festival next month al Mason City. Bonni.- is a senior and has been in a variety of high school MAGIC MARKERS, for labeling boxes. packages, drawing, marking, elc. Varied colors. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co.. Algona. Boy, 5, Learns Match Lesson I-en urn — Robert Douglas, 5>ear nld son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Douglas, probably uon't play with matches again At about 6 p.m. Wednesday night the Fenton kin- dergartener was lighting some near his house when they accident- ly set some bales of straw on lire. His mother saw the fire through the kitchen window and called the Fenton Fire department who quickly put out the blaze. The bales had a pretty good start and there was a brisk wind but there was little damage other than some scorched siding and blistered paint. Mrs. Douglas said, "Bobby felt pretty bad about the incident but he learned a lesson in more ways than one". Rowboat Burned A rowboat was completely de- stroved by fire at the home of Mrs Celia Deal at 621 South Harlan street at mid-morning today (Tuesday). The boat caught fire from sparks from an incinerator nearby and the flames were quickly extinguished by Algona firemen who were called to the scene. •"OR SALE — Near new Burroughs cash register, 9 cols., can use double or single tape, also useable as adding machine. All the latest features. This is an expensive piece of business equipment new, and here is a real saving. — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., office supply dept., Algona. (51tf) USED CARS I960—Plymouth Belvedere Hardtop, V-fi, aut. H. & H. Like New. SMiiO 1953—Chevrolet Bel Air, 2 dr. H. & H. One owner and like new. S 350 ^ KRAUSE "CG" SERVICE FENTON, IOWA (18) Real Estate FOR SALE — Modern Colonial home, long living room, dinette, 2 large bedrooms. CY 4-4z5li. l!i FOR SALK — 3 bedroom. 2 bathroom home on Putter's Hill. Oil Heat, Garage and Bree/eway, large lot. Irving Urch, CY 4-2977. (30t£) FOR SALE — A choice 2-bedroom and garage, all modern Resi; No Other Rake i; • Costs So Little Rakes So A man whose normal weight is 150 pounds would weigh about SO pounds if all the water in his system were dried up. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF UNITED VARIETY STORIES, INC. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Nutic'u is hurt-by gwt-n that at a »pL-i iul meeting of the stockholders of lln.- United V.iric-ty Stores. Inc.. ol AlKima, Iowa, held on the 1st day of November. A D . 1%1, a resolution u.i.-> adapted by unanimous vote of the stockholders to wind up the business of the corporation and dissolve said corporation This notice is being given puisuam to Chapter 4'Jl of the 1958 Code of Iowa and amendments thereto. Dated at Algona. Iowa, this 23rd day ol April. A D , 1!)62. UNITED VARIETY STORES, INC. By James K Lylle President By: Mary A Lytle Secretary (17-20) OFFICIAL NOTICE BEFORE THE IOWA STATE COMMERCE COMMISSION TO THE CITIZENS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY. IOWA Notice Is hereby given that a peti- Hon for a franchise to erect, use and rnamlain poles, wires, guy wires, towers, cables, conduits and other fix- FARMHAND MODEL 25 RAKE ia'the newest model of the amazing wheel rake that's taken the hay country by storm ;.; the rake that's unmatched for raking on emooth or uneven ground, yet costs at least $100 less than most other rakes. 4 1 • You save money in the price of the rake itself ; ; j; through minimum repair costs because of its few moving parts . . . and through the cleaner, gentler raking Job the Model 25 gives every time you use it. The Model 25 doubles as a windrow turner and even adjusts for offset raking to right of tractor—two big bonus features. Easy to hook up and requires no PTO. Arrange for a demonstration today. When you sea the Farmhand Model 25 in action—and cheek its price —you'll really appreciate its superiority over other rakeal FOUR Models.., 7' to 18' Swaths TO MATCH YOUR IXACT NEEDS As Advertised in Today's Farm and Home Section. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Farmhand CARD OF THANKS To all who helped make our Golden Wielding anniversary such a memorable day, we sincerely say "Thank You." Thanks also for the gifts, cards, flowers, etc., so thoughtfully given. And a special "thanks" to the ladies and all who helped with the work. All is deeply appreciated. — Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Zumach. 19 CARD OF THANKS We sincerely thank everyone for all courtesies given us in our recent bereavement. — Kenneth Strickler Family. Iff" CARD OK THANKS We wish to thank neighbors, friends and relatives for cards, visits and prayers given during the illness and after the death of our beloved Mother. A special thank you to Dr. and nurses at St. Ann and to the St. Benedict Guild for preparing the service day dinner. — Family of Mrs. Margaret Steil. 19* IF YOU ARE HAVING TROUBLE BUYING CAR INSURANCE, SEE I,. S. BOHANNON, « N. DODGE ST. ALGONA, IA. 19 SALESMEN'S OPPORTUNITY Wanted 3 men wilfi agricultural background. Sales experience not necessary. First year income $8,000 to $10,000. Contact Mr. Rolfes, c/o Johnson House Motel, Mon. thru Thurs. between the hours of 3 p.m. and r>:30 p.m. 1B-19* DANCE TO RAY'S lAccordian Band] BANCROFT FRIDAY, MAY 18 WANTED — Housekeeper for elderly couple. Ph. CY 4-4772 or write Box 69-G. '.; this newspaper. 1!.' DEMONSTRATOR PARTY SALES Clothing line for men, women and children. Easiest bookings, Top commission. Earn FREE samples. The outstanding line in home party plan. No experience necessary. Some openings for district and regional managers. NORTHWESTERN FASHIONS Dept. P. 510-lst Ave. No., Minneapolis :i, Minnesota. 119) WANTED — Conk. Apply in person. Chrome Cafe. 19 SALESMAN WANTED Nation-wide organization, local office, permanent. Sales or business background required. We train. Exceptional opportunity. Call Mr. E. Tober, Johnson House Motel between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Thursday, May 17. CY -1-2441. 19 OPPORTUNITY MAN OK WOMAN Cool, comfort ... oil summer long ... is yours with Home or Business air conditioning. Why not inspect the various models, find out their cost, check into the financing. They pay for themselves many times over in real comfort . . . and we can tell you that it takes only a few pennies a month to operate them . . . ELECTRI- CALLY. ALGONA unicipa! Utilities "Live Better Electrically" 1417 Commercial St. CY 4-3501 Use your head when you shop for a "new-size" car The air is filled with claims about the so- called "new-size" cars —the ones thai have finally caught up with Rambler Classic's size, but with little else. Just use your head and you'll discover sizeable differences. Slide into the front seat and you'll find much more headroom in the Rambler Classic (actually more than Cadillac!). Full and ample room for six big and well-padded 6-footers. You get better performance because Rambler is aht'itd in both hor and pa.-.-ing power. And . Rambler owner will tell you how much he saves on gasoline. Care about quality? Every Rambler has Double-Safety Brakes—of all U. S. cars, only Cadillac has a similar system. Only Rambler gives you Deep-Dip rust- proofing up to the roof. Only Rambler spares you the expense of replacing rusted- out mufflers and tailpipes-Rambler's are Ceramic-Armored. JOIN THE TRADE PARADE TO 2i. ol the second U. S. Man in You can get all the facts at your dealer's. His free car- comparison X-Uay '.ooks make it easy to use your head. Hear il on ABC, CBS and NBC radio. DAITSG A RAGE, 1J 5 s. Dod fle , Algona, Iowa

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