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<~Atgeno (»g.) Upper Pet TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1962 Cheryl Lovstad, Burt, Awarded Scholarship Notes Of Servicemen oh. Vernon Wilberg gave a demonstration on how to check spark plug gaps. The next meeting will be held Aug. 6 at the home of Tim and Tom Struecker. Maurice Krebsbach. Labor .... Eugene Holmcrs. Labor TIIK AKCTIC — Larry VV. Bowman, boatswain's mate third class. L'SN, son of Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman of 70H West State si., Algona, is serving aboard the icebreaker USS Edisto, operating in the Arctic Ocean. The Edisto will escort shipping through the ice-clogged harbors o Greenland to resupply L'nitec States bases beyond the Arctic Circle. The Edisto left Boston, Mass., on June 22. It is one of the first ships bound for the northern area since last summer. C'hrrvl Hurl — Cheryl Lovstad, Burt. i.-.lciliclorian of the class of 1962. Hurt high school, has been awarded an .icadtmic scholarship from Mank.-itn State College, based on her FF. S. Record. During her high school days, Cheryl maintained a high grade average, participated in vocal and instrumental music, paper and annual staff, class plays, sturien! rounnl. library staff, basketball, softMII. and (rack. She was also !i member of the Burt F.T.A. She is a member of the Burt Pres- byi"rian church, where she sings In the choir and assists in Sunday | fifiot'l and Vacation Bible school. . She na.- held many offices in >' the Hurt Blue Bird -i-H club, of ' tvh>'ch she has been a member for ! K'M 'i vears. SHEF'PAKD AFB, Te.x.— Airman Third Class Gerald \V. Kluger of Swea City, is being reassigned to Travis AFB, Calif., following his graduation from the United States Air Force technical training course for aircraft mechanics here. Airman Kluger was trained to maintain and service reciprocating en gine aircraft and aircraft systems The airman, son of Mr and Mrs Roy A. Kluger of Swea City, is a graduate of Swea City Community High School. He entered the service in January 1962. He is married to the former Joyce I. Davies of Hoffman, Minn. f AALAMEDA. Calif. — Max E. Flag, musician second class, USN, husband of the former Marilyn A. .Meyer of 1021 West Minnesota St., Algona. is serving with staff of Commander Carrier Division Five nboard the attack air craft carrier L'SS Coral Sea, which was scheduled to return to its homeport Of Olsens Thursday afternoon and overnight guests at the Curtis Olse home included Mr and Mrs Go don Cox of Clewiston, Fla., Mr Henry Fussell and daughters o Barlow, Fla., also Lawrence Arne Lisbon, North Dakota. Mr and Mrs David Looft spen the weekend with former's broth er. the Jack Loofts, Rochester. Mr and Mrs Charles Osbor spent the weekend with relative in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs Albin E. Nelson o Tempe, Ariz, is visiting with the Henry Wilbergs and with other relatives and friends in this area Mr and Mrs Harvey Long ol Trenton, N. J. arrived Thursday- morning at the home of their daughter and family, the Henry Wil>ergs. The Wilbergs entertained Friday night at dinner in their honor. Guests included Mr and Mrs Raymond Long of Renwiek and Mr and Mrs Frank Long and sons of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs A. E. Nelson of Apache Junction, Ariz, and Mr c Pearl Nelson Oebrandt of Denver Colo, arrived Friday for a visit with relatives and friends in this area. Mr and Mrs Eugene Bollig are ^..^ ... .... _ 7 g] Larry Hclmers, Labor e',21 Iowa Stntc Bank. Wilholding Soc. Sec. Fund, Soc. Sec. Tax 40.83 Cook's Welder's Supp.. Supp -- 40.SO Neptune Mplcr Co., Supp. .. 809.HO fnwa MnclUnery & Supp. Co. Supp. .- 127.7!) Pratt Eire. Const. Co.. Rprs. . 800 Ready-Mix. Supp. 157.14 Redins's Oravpl & Exr., Serv - Thermogns Co.. Supp. Laing's. Rprs. The Shenvin Williams Co.. Mdse. Botsford Lmbr. Co.. Mdse. .. Alifona Imp Co.. Serv. & Rprs. .- Creenberg Auto Supp.. Rprs — Eler. Dept.. Serv. _ Hut?rll Cities Ser.. Gas G5.00 2.00 4.51 1.13 1.30 57.00 0.81 1.113.42 20.81 Invest- A resolution npprovirig an ment of S5.000.00 from the Deposit Fund was passed and adopted. The budpet for the ensuing year was discussed, approved and cert fied to the City Council. A resolution, approving a contrac or treatment and pump repairs ft \'o. 1 and No. 2 Wells, with Thorp Veil Co.. DCS Moines. la., was pdssec nd adopted. Proposals for breakdown Insurant? t the power plant were submitte nd discussed. No action was taken v the Board on the proposals. •«„ 'Next meetin? date was set for July 6, 1962. at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Meeting adjourned. /S/ Ira Kdhl Secretary /S/ O. B. Harmes President, Pro Tern Port Bodge T«vet Service, Towel Service Frederick Hardware, Mdse. Funk Plumbing. Mdse. George's Body Shop, Machine Hilton's Super ¥ri : vlcer~flopnlrs and Mdse. _ Hutzell's, Supplies .. In. Employ. Security ComnT Soc. Sec. 4lh Quarter .. la. Public Employ. Retire Pension 4th Quarter 568 "4 3.2 3.4 8.7 7.0 139.01 H.4I 500.47 Council Minutes parents of a 7 pound, 14 ounce baby boy, born Tuesday, July 17. at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mrs Clara Bollig, Bancroft, is the paternal grandmother. Ch(>ryl. who is the daughter of j " ! ^ameda, Calif., on July 17. Mr and Mrs Ra\mr>nr) Lovstad, The Coral Sea has been operat- f fJurt. plans io major m Engli.sh ; ^S '" tne Western Pacific with ,'nml -wial studies. 11'P.M Engrav Former Kossuth Man Arrests A Calif. Gunman Bancroft — According to a San j COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met July li, with Mayor Shierk and the following councU members: Muckey. Steffan Hbert. Andreaseri. Pelrce Absent- Finn. Minutes of last meeting were ao^ the . Lt-tter was read requesting council to further Investigate the ng of the alley in Blk. 194 Call! Add Request from the Square Dance Club to have a permit* to hold a dance on Kent Motor used car tot nd to waive the $5.00 fee was grant- All bids for the Emergency tnick' hasis were rejected for further study n truck cab style. y Cigarette permit granted to Wei- Come Inn. ] • Sidewalks on the south side of Elm street from Roan to Diagonal \*e*4 order to be put In. Repair of footing drains for R Ringsdorf was authorized with certain requirements. City Treasurer was authorized to cash matured treasury bonds and m- invcst part of same Miller Lumber. Mtlsc. ROAD USE TAX Algona Flour and Feed, Repairs Anderson Const. Co. St nidg. Arnold Motor Co., Repairs Brown Supply. Repairs and Postage .__ Cities Service, Oas Ji-eenberg's, Repairs ._ . <ent Motor, Repairs aing Plumbing. St. Bide"" Plumbing Snnkcy Ready Mix, Asphalt" Slog's. Repairs PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelmnn. Salary _ Bulten, Salary Fisher, Salary Hutchison. Salary Miltag, Salary .' I Kohl. Salary VnlRl, Salary ... In. Stale Bank, WHolcf" Trust and Agency. Pension (.'itIrs Service. Gas Hilton's Super Service. Gas"" Hutzell's, Supplies .. In. Employ Security Comm" Social Security 4th Qt Kent Motor Co'.. Cat- Service Shell Shop, Shooting "sup"-""" 20.24 31.70 18,720.20 2H.I12 fi.04 111.24 11. HO 2.18 2,431.43 100.80 2.44 289.32 204.12 103.74 ta. state Bank, W'Hold 9SW Drovers Mat. Bank. IntefcVt n? S Algona Imple., Repairs . ~ 82' Arnold Motor, Panel Re" _ pairs * ,, Frederick Hardware"."Mdso"" 33 Grecnbcrg's, Panel Re- In P8 Em To" 12 - B7 143.13 .."'i^V--""'-'-"----—- - 152.88 .43 2.00 ta. <1t. Lain Utt Ife !ectric, Repairs''!!!! RECREATION Cook, Salary ... iy. ei Cooper, Salary . ' Cowan, Salary TIerbst, Salary -i. Johnson, Salary .. "" Kraft. Salary ' Norton, Salary . Cole, Salary ... " O'Brien, Salary ..""'""" 130.72 75.79 78.07 75.79 78.67 C2.no 07.04 39.24 112.05 113.20 32.46 C0.7S Vnnn. Salary . ta. State Bk., W'Hofd." " Carson's. Painting supplies"!' Cook's, Chlorine V. Hutzpll's, Supplies and Equip _. I).,. e n 'a Employ. Sec. Cornm""" Social Security 4th Qt. .. 79.42 a. Public Retire., Ipers 4th Ql. _ ]833 ..ning's, Repairs 22 in O'Brien, Trucking . j'nn Pratt Electric. Malnt. .!!!'" 535 Sherwin Williams, Supplies riiermogas. Gas .. Jtt Electric. Malnt Igona Mach. Shop, Repairs .._ radley Equip., 5.00 27.0 3.10 1.00 n.oo 77.50 plies ilgc Algona Fire Co., Services South Phillips Texaco. Truck Expenses . Utt Electric. Radio Repair City Clerk. Chccimal SANITATION " Fairbanks. New Lines ... Gronbach. Spraying .. i. Employ. Security Comm Social Security 4th Qt i. Public Employ. Retire.. Ipers 4th Qt „„ liller Lumber. Bricks -. 400.11 orth Central Public Ser., Natural Gas i 50 'Brlen. Trucking !! Prew, Spraying Utt Electric. Repairs SEWEH RENTAL" Gronbach. Salnry Lerrtke. Salary ._ ._ inn.28 20.00 170.20 18!) .SO 10.77 nn.on 15.30 47.82 radley Equip., Mdse"."!!!!! 527.70 i „. DEBT SERVICE Shaw. McDermott & Co., 15.77 I, Interest _ Valley Bank & Trust. Interest 17000 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 200 IB Rfley. Salary Sands. Salary la. State Bk.. WHoTd" Trust & Agency. Pension .'" Hutzell's Cities Service. Gas la. Employ. Security "Co'mm" Social Security 4th Qt. la. Employ. Retire.. Ipers Koch Brothers,"Supplies" Sherwin-Williams. Paint Traf-O-Teria System. Meter " Tickets 1298 Utt Electric, Trafflc'TighT"" Repair TRUST & AOEN'CY 12.1. 454.00 16.15 12.70 13.12 1.129.00 41.86 50.25 03.00 41 fin 475 133.70 180.69 100.99 C8.50 3.04 9.00 103.72 81.R6 21.18 145.00 3.0 -ounley. Pension ... Egli, Pension 20.0 75.0 • ST. JOE By Mrs. Syl Wogner the Seventh Fleet for seven I Fran cisco paper, Leland Derner, a months. The ship visited ports in | 5, e . s ,ff ve _ p . atr . olma ? at Atherton, i tne Philippines and Japan and the ! port of Hong Kong. /S/ Dr v, c - c - SWerk Mayor /S/ D. A. Smith GENERAL C " y Salary j » Mrs John B. Reding entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon .with Mrs Joe Sinn well, Mrs Will- •iam B. Devine and Mrs Tony Becker receiving prizes. Mrs William «E. Devine entertains the club on 500 dab on afternoon with Mrs Nicholas VVey- derf, Mrs Edward Bormann and .Mrs Sylvester Wagner receiving Arizes. Mrs Nicholas Wevdert en .tertains the club on Aug. 29 • Miss Margery Fuhrmann, 'only .daughter of Mr and Mrs Adolph J-unrmann of Gainesville, Texas ;was invested as a novice of the Seneca Girl Honored At Bridal Shower Seneca — Lois Wilberg was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower Thursday evening at the Seneca Lutheran church parlors. Guests were registered by a high 1 fflK'yrs<tfr~JohBrinesen was mistress of ceremonies and announced the following program: Devotions given by Mrs Curtis Olsen; vocal duet, Mrs Henry Wilberg and Mrs Gaylord Olsen with Mrs John Johannesen as accompanist; reading, Mrs Ordean Kabrick; harmonica solo, Mrs Elmer Randa, with Mrs Melvin Norland, accompanist; - reading, Mrs Henry Looft; and r . Securit ~ Calif, overtook and arrested Marvin Walton in Menlo Park there. I §"^?.rk. "' Iton was accused of a shooting rampage in his mother's $65,000 house where he lived. Derner, who is also employed by e American Air Lines, ' " Mr and Mrs C. A. Derner Whittemore. Mrs Derner is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman, Bancroft. The Leland. . 1MIii . Derners live at Redwood City, Cal gurus, salary mo , _____ •" ' Frambach. Salary —' Mr and Mrs Perry Tonne, their son, Francis and wife, Swea Citj took Mrs Hilda Hulterstrum to her Court Costs Advance, Publications •». so 78 Arwell. Rat Control 2300 ^"•^ega' Service _". 756.82 Supplies 1.25 90.57 108.15 10.00 50.51 upper DCS Moines. llcations — - heating/cooling LUXURY costs you? 'iflotnSujv ytw GO,tot ftrf KS 20% • • • save $500 aud.more CTB? tfce life- tow of a tRrmmc ieating/atr coa« dittonlng onlt, leano^ so-called •tenry" features make tte big difier. ence in operating expenses. Read how tfiey greatly Increase comfort, too, IQ current issues of Reader's Digest, Good Hbusefceping and New Homes Guide. Better yet, call us for the home at Baraboo, Wis. Sunday and visited till Wednesday with their daughter-in-law and family, Salary ,„.„ Salary 154.62 . _ Bank, WHhold 14440 Anderson Const, Co.. St. alQg. Barclay Co.. Mdse. ,"1II~~ (comfort snrvesk LAING'S Pll/mbing & Heating Chock thesa Lanrfrn^ economy features t Fonwmy of tMia Molina C«ntril ilr conditioning Is nTy im| economlcil to «dil to Leuux beitiu tysttms. • i Economy of rogg«i wnrtractToa Ko Jkimplni anvplKll Dniintd la iJraSSJ.* ""* *" "" M " iM '' 3. Econonrr of ttnify tompmiurt' Tliett'j no "Iliermojijt 6ouoo»"... ' Bo o»«tiitloi to null (nit * J 4 Fmtined air economy 1 Dclutlw "Wnp-iroonti- itr Rtir n» pom dust tron ilr you 6IWUH.7. k«|M your burnt dtiif. *, 5, Eionomr of Hushtont Blow 1 Ginlly mom tiund « the Lyle Tprines of Berkley, Caf. ', I . -7^ -.- == ..• = ... === . . == ...' ~ '. . = . ; . ^ _ -=r—^= _ who is visiting with her parents I "II ' ' ' =••• -- • --- •• — .-. == .-. = :•: = :•: == x === ;.; === : . : ^= Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper IMPERIAL FINANCIAL SERVICES Investment Securities and Mutual Funds WE OFFER AS AN EXAMPLE: Affiliated Fund Broad Street Investing Corp. Chemical Fund Electronics Investment Corp. Fidelity Capital Fundamental Investors Fidelity Trend Massachusetts Inv. Trust Imperial Fund, Inc. National Investors Keystone Custodian Funds Wellington Fund Imperial Capital Fund HANDLING 100 MUTUAL FUNDS All Offerings By Prospectus LESLIE C. LARSON Ringstcd, Iowa PHONE - Volunteer G-OG48 REPRESENTING IMPERIAL FINANCIAL • SERVICES WAY/ATA BLVD. Minn. iBenedictine Sisters of St Schnl-U 1 a readin g- Mrs Henry Looft; and •tica's Convent at Fort Smith Ark I 3 Cl ° Smg readin 8 b y Mrs Johanne',and received the name of'Sister Se "' •Mary Baptista. The Fuhrmann's /who also have three at Racine, Wis. Mrs Andy Fangman who underwent major surgery at Holy Fam- ly hospital, Estherville, returned .0 her home this week. Mr and Mrs Jack Budding are the parents of a son born recently at St. Ann hospital. - sons, were •former residents here where Sister ;Baptista was born. • Hev. Luke Becker from Pierre, 'S. D. was y visitor with relatives Refreshments were served. Mrs Lawrence Johannesen presided a 1 the coffee service. Miss Wilberg's marriage to Bill Helgen, Emmetsburg was solemnized Sunday, July 8 at the Seneca Lutheran church •and friends here this week. Father ,Luke i* a brother of Anton Becker and Mrs Eugene Thul and half Albert and Jerry Beck- c 'ub met Saturday at Fenton Com munity Center. The group firs gathered at the Petersen Furnitun ; brothei !er of hen Mrs Peter Reding is convalesc- at the home of her parent.-,, Mr Lone Rock Rockets Lone Rock Lively Rockets 4-1 .,, ;aml Mrs Alphonse Berto following her release fn.rn St. Arm hospital" ;Mrs Reding is suffering from rn eu imatic finer. . Allan Becker, oldest son of Mr and Mr, K-ter Becker, is spending a short vacation with home folks folluwing hi.-, graduation from rii-ct'-diiics school in Kan.sa.-, Cit> ML- will be t-niplojed in r e dar ( Ki.pids starting work on Monday Allan, a graduate of St. Joseph's •high school here, Ua . m tho Nav ,^ji;ar. lollov\mg high school. metal, at store where they toured the ston under the direction of Mrs Ro' Petersen. They then held their regular meeting at the Communitj Center. Talks were given bj Phyllis Cherland and Jo Ann Ben *m. A demonstration was giver n> Pat Binzen on paint and var n:sh remover. Riverdale Unit One The Riverdale Rustlers Unit 4-H club held a workshop and special meeting on July 13 at the home of Mrs Alvin Klein. The club members discussed projects for Achievement Day. Lunch was served by Ruth Ann Klein and her mother. Reporter is Cor uine Bormann. Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS meeting of the Board of Trus of the Algona Municipal UtUit field m the City Hall Citv ' met Ju Lppi-r Progressive 4-H Met Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H 'et with Vernon Wilberg and uck Ge.lenfeld, Monday evening July « Loren Menz and Dennu IiPI'«' were chosen as the senior earn and the junior team will hi L'"Afll Mueller and Thomas Lyn ty o 7;3C B Hartnes. Melvin NOTICE ! OPEN BOWLING FRIDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHTS. WE STILL HAVE OPENINGS IN MEN'S, LADIES' AND MIXED LEAGUES FOR NEXT FALL. ALGONA BOWLING LANES BOB RIBDEl AND DOYLE DAILEY PHONE CY 4-2831 TFN) fr.sent Were: " Abst-m Waa:' Buchanan. <J u Marines was named I f' Tern in"''J?' nutes of tne meeting of Jum u i ^ er £ read and approved. Motion by Bay. seconded by Harmei mat trie vouchers payable be an |.n,v.-d und authorized paid as audited "*"' tal1 vo " n .f, "Aye '. Harmes an<; Nay", none. Motior B.'i. Voting i arnpd. M. LIGHT FUND St. P & P. R.R. _ •-»,. Freight 40,0 Si'ii-lair Kef Co.. Fuel OU .. 79535 Hayroll. Payroll 2 IMS Milton Bilyeu, Labor "..."."."" 229 1 [ > '', r >'" 1 Hentges. Labor .'.[".".'. mz Wilbur Bruner, Labor 1237 Brian Hike. Labor John Wood. Labor Iowa State Bank, Withholding Tax 3777. Soc Sec. Fund, Soc. S«c. Allen K Buchanan",""Salary"." Z3 ^' 88 o B Harmes. Salary Melvin Bay. Salary North Cen. Pub. Ser. Co. 6,974.52 _ _ ,._ 78fi.59 n A'"*"»! . -.v contract . " '' Elec Materials Co.." Sup'p ' Iowa Elec Supp. Co., Supp Terry.Dunn Co., Supp " Cook's Welder's, Supp Sherwin Williams Co., Mdse. _ Ind Towel 4 Uniform. Serv. _ Norton Machine Works. . _ . Diesel Ser Co., Fuei"6if"III Northland Elec. Supp. Co.. 91.10 U.17 333 M 49.57 4.85 13.78 11.03 ,, Greenberg Auto Supp. Botbford "LmbV.""cb","Hprs."III Utt Elec., Serv L ~" 20.75 .,' " •WJ4WJ, «MUUIla ........ Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Pub „„_-.„. _ Advance Pub. Co.. Pub. "je.AKgna Reoilnder. Adv, ., KLGA R»dlo. Adv. ._„. ! HutzelJ CM*« Ser.: dZi".".'.~~ Walter Peterson, Labor" tM ANNOUNCING THE 1962 KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR Tuesday thru Friday, Aug. 14 -15 -16 -17 at the Fairgrounds in Algona, Iowa TUESDAY, AUGUST 14 CHILDREN'S DAY (Special Privileges for children) 7:00 A.M.-Gates open. 8:00 A.M.-Judging of Purebred Swine. 8:30 A.M.-Judging of Dairy Class. oftA A - M -- Jud 8'ng of floral hall exhibits, and 4-H Girls exhibits. 9:00 A.M.-Judging of 4-H colts, and open class colts and horses. 2:00 P.M.-TO be filled. 8:00 P.M.-Auto Thrill Show. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15 7:00 A.M.-Gates open. 8:00 A.M.-Judging of purebred beef heifers and Girls 4-H exhibits. 8:30 A.M.-Judging of 4-H fjirls demonstrations. •» rS A - Ml ~ Jgd 9in8 of beef, poultry and rabbits. 2:00 P.M.-Go Kart races. Fre» grandstand. 8:00 P.M.-Gen« Holters Wild West Animal Show. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16 7:00 A.M.—Gates open. 8:00 A.M.-Judging of market lambs followed by purebred sheep. 8:30 A.M.-Judging of 4-H girls demonstrations. 8:30 A.M.-Judging of swine. 1:00 P.M.—Judging of market swine. 2:00 P.M.-Tractor Pulling Contest. Free grandstand. 8:00 P.M.-Stock car races (Kossuth County Fair Championship races) FRIDAY, AUGUST 17 7:00 A.M.-Gptes open. 8:00 A.M.-Sale pf sheep and swine. 8:30 A.M.-Sale of baby beef. 10:00 A.M.-Tra«tor rodeo and small motor show. Free grandstand 8:00 P.M.-Midaet Auto Race* fay Northwest Midget, Jnc ©RAND AMERICAN SHOWS ON MIDWAY FOUR DAYS STOCK CAR RACES • AUTO THRIU SHOW • WILD ANIMAL SHOW • STOCK CAR RACES • MIPGET AUTO RACES FREE GRANDSTAND FOR AFTERNOON PROGRAMS

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