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Tidbits From Evelyn tin Koitath County fait dates aren't just fight — too late for some specie of flowers, too early for some fruits. Had it been earlier Mrs Merle Webster could have entered'a Very lovely and unusual flower—a lily named "Gold Bandit." One stalk was three feet Ibng and bore four lovely blooms. When open, the flower, one bloom, mind you, would cover a dinnes plate. Helen tried to describe Jt to me and the best I crin do 4s to say quoting her, "it is a white blossom with gold bands and fed dots." From her description they must be lovely Indeed. She also had plums which certainty 1 : woul<J have taken the blQe ribbon. Thejf were «|ctra large knd most delicious. • . * * ' • i ; Claris Kresenftkv and! her daughter, Alice, left last Hweek for Highland Park, near Chicago, to visit the former's sister, Mrs I. J. Riggs. On Friday Alice went to Buffalo, N. Y. to attend the wedding of a friend and then to New York for the same'purpose. She sails September 5 for Edinburough, Scotland for a year of seminary work at the New College Divinity School. • » • For a number of. years Marilyn Tuttle (Mrs Walter Plumb) was pipe organist at the Methodist church and .als9 the Congregational and she always Welcomed. special music by my coutih Edwin Cady 1 of Houston, Texf I listened tc» -.them., "talk, *hop" which waX'way .over my .head; of course. I was talking with Marilyn's mother the other day and told her Edwin had inquired about her and I reported that she is now mother of two little boys and lives in Pomdna, Cal. Mrs Tuttle added that Marilyn is keeping up with her music and is organist in a church there. • • • Mr and Mr* Howard Bftftrdiley have returned trom & vacation trip to Cheverly, Md., where they visited their daughter Margaret Ann. They went via Cedar Rapids and visited their son, Tom and his family, thence to Evans- tohJ 111., where, they were joined bSHMts Beardsley's brother-in- lawf and sister for the trip east. 4 I t ' * * » When I called Essie Sullivan forjnews the other day I asked, "What' are you doing?" She replied, "Cleaning my finger nails after peeling beets to can," I said, "Getting red off your fingers instead of on." * * * t had an interesting cajler Thursday evening, probably the youngest ever Louise Frances Black, 18 days old, who was accompanied by Her parents, Mr and Mrs Hugh Black. From here she was going to call on grandma, Mrs James Black, my neighbor. She was guest Sunday of her maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg, so you see, for a little gal, she has already had quite « social whirl. V ..»•;• • We hove been hearing hammering and sawinl over at the jftoy Hutzells tot several weeks atid the other morning we were given the chance to see what it Was all about. Floyd Hutzell, industrial arts graduate, has been making furniture and what o beautiful job he has done. » * * BE HAPPY GO Modern Thermogas FOR HOME HEATING THERMOGAS COMPANY 'Engineered Installations" Phillips Street Algona 4-2841 I>e read of & lot of mean pet- sons and here are more x to add to the list. First came word from Ludlla Crose Andersen of Los Angeles, Calif., who reported the theft of rugs from the church altar, beautiful and costly ones. Then Mrs Milton Norton told of rugs being stolen from the home of a relative in Massachusetts. • * » Bill Bourne and Robert P«rci- val were in an adventurous mood last week Thursday, so they got out their bicycles and pedaled to the Percival's cottage at Triboji Beach. They left here at 6:30 a.m. and reached their destination at 5 p.m. Pretty good leg Work! * * * Mrs Milton Norton gave a "Do You Remember" party Thursday afternoon for her sisters-in-law Edna, (Mrs Arthur Ferguson) of Keokuk and Pauline, (Mrs M. M. Morrow) of Audubon. Now 1 have never heard this name for a gathering of old friends used before, but I thought how appropriate it is, for nearly every sentence was begun with "Do you remember—?" A lot of water- has gone under the bridge since we were girls and there was much reminescing to be done. Other guests were Laura Nor-' ton, Beth Schemel, Dot Smith, Mattie Thorpe, Mabel Hauberg and myself. When I read Mattie's whipped cream cake recipe in the Des Moines Register a few weeks ago, I meant to clip it, it sounded so good. It was just as good as it sounded, for that was a part of the refreshments served. It was so delicious I recommend it be used often and Mattie said it is easy to make, * * • » What has become of good old fashioned ground cherries? I never see any on the market, nevei; hear anyone mention them, and oh, they are so good. • • » That "grand old lady" Mrs Helen Paxson has decided to give up keeping a home and has gone to 'the Roberts Nursing Home. This is a well deserved surcease from household obligations carried on so faithfully these many years. My Esther has been up to her ears in canning'and today made our favorite jam. It is so good I think there are many who would like to make it. 12 large peaches, peeled, 1 orange, 1 small can of crushed pineapple, 9 cups sugar. Mash peaches, add orange, peel and all which has been'through a grinder. Add pineapple and UP ON COKE Big thirsty week end ahead I CJoin^ places or steyipg Jipme thia week end. •. everybody'H be wanting Coke again SUM* again. Coea-Cpla,,, BO good in taste,.. in gu»» good taste. Have plenty on hand ,., ice-cold and ready. Stock up *.. lots of Coke! KINQ m SIGN OF GOOD TASTE Bottled under outhcrity of The Coco-Cold Company by MINERAL'SPRINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, HUMBOLDT, IOWA juice. Boil gently till clear. Seal while hot. * » * t alwa?* think of ihe Alcan highway as being a long, tiresome, sceneried highway winding through a wilderrtess of trees and alternating wide open spaces of not much of anything. It isn't o trip I ever thought I'd like to make, and that is something for I am always ready to take off for far away places. It seems I am wrong about this highway, for Ann Clark reports she met a woman and her two children, who were making the trip from Alaska to Columbus, Ohio, and reported the route wonderful. 15 Exhibits From Kossuth Entered At State Fair Kossuth County 4-H girls Will' be represented at the Iowa State Fair by 15 top clothing exhibits selected from the appioximateiy 1,000 entries exhibited at the County Achievement Show. These entries and exhibitors inchide: Cotton skirt with band, Maxine Clayton, Lakota Luckles; skirt other than cotton, Merle Ann Hafig, Prairie Pals; cotton blouse without sleeves or cpllar, Nancy Chambers, LuVerne Peppy pals; Cotton blouse with collar, Mary O'Brien, Riverdale Rustlers I; blouse other than cotton, Marilyn Johannesen, Seneca Stars; pajamas, Rachel Menke, Greenwood Girls; housecoat, Merle Ann Harig, Prairie Pals; jumper, Kay Fitzgerald, Swoa Sunbeams: play clothes. Shirley Schwietert, Burt Blue Birds and Betty Wagner, Riverdale Rustlers I; school dress, Nancy Fischer, Lone Rock Lively Rocked >and Ann Smith, Cresco Chums; dress for best .wear, Pamela Andrews, Burt Blue Birds; 4-H uniform, Mary Kollasch, Greenwood Girls; formal or party dress, Madonna Gisch, Cresco Chums and longtime expense book, Theresa Thilges, Cresco Chums. Donna Blanchard Enters I.S.T.C. Cedar Falls—Donna Mae Blanchard of Lone Rock has beer accepted for enrollment at Iowa State Teachers College for the fall semester, wnich opens Sept. 9 with orientation and registration of new students. Donna is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald A. Blanchard. • A graduate of Sentral Community High School, she will major in elementary education at Iowa, Teachers. Her activities in high; school included dramatics, stu- den'f council, band, and she was Valedictorian of her class. BILL Charles Hibbs recently acquired a $10 bill in National currency that was issued by the First National bank of Marengo in 1920. Pictured on the currency was Wm. McKinley whereas modern $10 bills bear the likeness of Alexander Hamilton. SLIP Mrs Marvin Staehlberg of Monticello recently received serious arm wounds when she slipped while adjusting a window shade. Her. right hand and arm plunged through the glass. COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met in regular session July 31, 1957 with Mayor Shierk and the following Councilmen: Barnes, Laird,. Elbert, Dreesman, Richardson. Absent: V. M Parsons. Minutes of meeting held July 10, 22 and 24, 1957 were read and approved. Resolution on approving transfer of assignment of Earl Whotbtine contract to Commercial Trust & Savings Bank of Mitchell, South Dakota, was adopted. The Council then moved to the consideration of the East Side Storm Sewer Pro- ,ect objections to the schedule of Assessments. There were 25 objections considered of which 24 were overruled and I, Dwight Frambach, being approved. 19 building permits were granted. Resolution granting Class C beer permits to East End Grocery, Sjogren's Gro- jery, and Council Oak Stores was approved. Mayor reported that a new Health Officer for the City will be appointed. Audit report was submitted to the Council. The City Council met in special session August 7, 1957 pursuant to a special call by the Mayor, There were present Mayor Shierk and the following Councilmen: by Robert C. Preble 4 President Encyclopaedia Britannica Unravel the jumbled clue and see if ypu can guess the answer, which has as many letters as there are dashes. The answer is printed upside down. This grass grows 16 inches a day . . • reaches a height of 120 feet ... is put to almost endless uses, from numan food to baskets, water pipes, floors, walls and even ship s masts. It has been called "Nature's most valuable gift to uncivilised man." ~ CLUE s JU41EFEX UOl'E ANSWEBi -» — "» -* « -- »- -pljnq aoj apuna aa^no pa«4 puw S}sem PUB sacitd aoj suoipos 'poo; JOJ PUSH 940 6)OOU,S OSoqA\ *ssiu3 v B! '}uoq ituidoajs sv «&4i SB |Sfif 'H^H* M4Ut« 94) pue &iocl diqixgy fj imp Barnes, Laird, Elbert, Dreesman, Parsons, • icnarrison Resolution correcting final scheduft of ?ssessmenfs and levying said assessments i accordance therewith was approved anr! adopted. Attorney Gordon Winkle presented 8 or;f'3ct between the City and the sur• unHina township for fire protectiort and .Tiked for tentative approval. The City Council met in adjourned ses- on August 12, 1957, for the hrnring OP the budget estimate for the City of *lqona for the year 1958. There was present the Mayor Dr. C. C. Shierk and 'he following Councilmen: Barnes, Elbert, I iird, Droesman, Parsons, Richardson. Several ''citizens we'e present and question-; were asked and answered. Councilman Barnes moved that the rroposed budget estimate be reduced by i!2,000.00 in the Airport fund and elim- •nate the hard su'face runway. Councilman Laird seconded the motion. After : -smidCMble discussion the motion was .•.••tl-rir,iwn and the second also. Pr^'ut'',!-' i-l-,-,* 1 -- '- ' • - -'-•'. ed and approved, Tha Vota tits all *ye*. Appro, . ,,],iy wrui,.trR. ,,. /^, 31st, 1957. General Government r.ir Cameron C. Shierk, Salary $150.00 David A. Smith, Salary 129.60 Albert Boekelman, Salary 39.10 Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Expenses _ 18.70 la Employment Sec_ Comm., Social Security _J 37.13 la. Pub. Employ. Ret. System, Retirement Tax 57.75 City Clerk, Advanced Cash _ 1.00 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., Service 23.10 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co , Legal Pub. ' 56.16 '•och Brothers, Office Suoplies __ 32.94 Fugtne Furst, Att. Council Meetings __ 60.00 Street Joss Lashbrook, Salary 137.97 Albert Perftand?, Salary lifi^S ~-!rr,n F. Burtis, Salary 115.45 li-h.ird Fr.imbach, Salary 9965 Roymnod W. Metzcn Jr., Salary __ 98 45 Donald Prew, Salary ... . m'45 Darald D. Skilling, Salary 122.52 r;;i C. Hagg, Sdiary 60.12 Iowa State Bank, Withholding Tax 72.70 I;'. "Employ. Sec. Comm., Social Security 223.57 la Pub. Employ. Ret. System, 'Retirement Tax 335.27 N W. Bell Telephone Co., Service 10.75 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Advertising 10.08 Gibbs-Cook Equipment Co., Merchandise 16.18 Taylor Imp). Co., Repairs .. 9,06 Ed Holecek, Refund 2500 L S. Muckey, Repairs 2'70 Kohlhaas Hardware, Merchandise _ 23.29 Ky's Champlin Oil Co., Gasoline _ 364.20 Schultz Bros., Repairs 9.00 Dau's Garage, Repairs 5.25 Public Safety Albeit Boekelman, Salary 150.15 Richard H. Groen, Salary 142.12 Ernest W. Hutchison, Salary 145.12 Peter C. Jorgenson, Salary 138.12 Kenneth J. McBride, Salary 123.99 William I. Arskenbauer. Salary 128.99 James A. Voigt, Salary 114.85 Ira Kohl, Salary 20.00 Ralph Elbert, Salary -- 10.00 Icwa State Bank, Withholding Tax 70.10 Trust & Agency Fund, Policeman's Pension 10.48 Lynn Forsheo, Radio Repairs 2.70 Gfrw's Radio & Television, Radio Repzirs 24.35 Ky's Champlin Oil Co., Gasoline _ 79.09 Kossuth Motor Co., Service Police Car 13.65 la. Employ. Sec. Commission, Social Security 318.85 la. Pub. Employ. Ret. System, Retirement Tax 16543 City Clerk, Advanced Cash T.94 N W. Sell Tclcphne Co., Service 25.50 Algona Insurance Agency, Add. Premium 10.11 Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Co., Material 3.19 Algona Machine Shop, Repairs .. 7.75 Algona Machine Shop, Repairs __ 1.50 Hall-Strahorn Hdwe., Supplies 3.00 Sanitation Reiner Helmers, Labor 13 19 Reakus Helmers, Labor 7.54 George Weig Jr., Labor 11.54 Albert Baas, Salary 163.63 Anna Courtney, Salary 63.37 Chester H. Schultz, Salary 229.68 Fred C. Hagg, Labor 27.37 James A. Egli, Salary 148.95 Fred Gronbach, Salary 99.65 Iowa State Bank, Withholding Tax 48.70 la Employ. Sec. Commission, 'Social Security 239.88 la Pub. Employ. Ret. System, Retirement Tax 360.92 N. W. Bell Telephone Co., Service 25.25 H. J. Cowan Contractor, Air Comp. S, Op 6.00 = ast End Foundry, Inc., Merchandise J 16.00 Kossuth County Recorder, Record- Demonstration & Personal Showing ALGONA HOTEL TUES., SEPT. 3 % A.M. to 12 Noon Batteries and service for most makes — you are invited to come in. IOWA AUDIPHONE CO. 611 Fleming Bldg. 6th & Walnut Sis. Des Moines Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer Dr. F. E. Sawyer, Rent ...... --Honsbruch Drug, Supplies ------- jonn Runnells, Painting Sign ____ Fareway Stores, Inc., Supplies --Reliable Decorators, Material ---City Clerk, Advanced Cash _____ Graybar Electric Co , Inc., Merchandise ______ ' ______ ...... _ F S. Norton & Son, Materials _Continental Oil Co., Fuel Oil ___ Standard Oil Co., Chemicals for Spraying ------------------Recreation Howard W. Stephenson, Salary . . Donald J. Cook, Salary _________ Marilyn Lowman, Salary ________ Jill Clapsaddle, Salarv . ........ . Jackie VanderWaal, Salary ______ Marcia Stillman, Salary -------Anne O'Brien, Salary __________ Arthur B. Olson, Salary __________ James H. Geelan, Salary ...... ... Marilyn Seller, Salary __________ Iowa State Bank, Withholding Tax la Employ. Sec. Commission, Social Security -------------'a Pub. Emoloy. Ret. S/stem, Retirement Tax _____________ City Clerk, Advanced Cash _____ N. W. Bell Telephone Co., Service Keith Rowley, Labor & Materials _ Hcnsbruch Drug, Supplies -----Adolph Keifer & Co., Supplies .west Disinfecting Co., Disinfectant Robert Deal, Labor-Trees ________ The Chrischilles Store, Swim Suits L. S. Muckey, Repairs ._- ..... Grayer & O'Brien, Hauling ----Thompson-Hayward Chemical Co., Chlorine 8. "Celite" ...... --Gene's Radio 8. Television, Use of P. A. System ........ --- ..... Fareway Stores, Inc., Supplies --Sjogren's Grocery, Supplies -----Airport Mgona Municipal Utilities, Water >;ohlhaas Hardware, Supplies ____ lames Thorn, Painting _________ Arthur Glaser, Painting --------Honsbruch Drug, Supplies -----A. A. Kieckor, Repairs --„ ----Parking Meter. •»fymond J. Krcbs, Salary *%.-!£.- N*ncy Sands, Salary ,-.„ ------Iowa State Bank, Withholding Tax Trust & Agency Fund, Policemen's Pension __________ ...... ---la. Employ. Sec. Commission, Social Security ------------la. Pub. Employ. Ret. System, Retirement Tax ------------- 3.80 45.00 .89 12.00 4.10 87.18 3.77 28.80 5.36 75.50 485.16 162.48 149.85 102.30 10230 102.30 102.30 23.58 146.0! 139.11 102.30 133.00 54.85 18.20 25.84 8.65 39.90 92.08 59.16 13.00 45.00 60.00 2.50 5.00 370.25 5.00 2.63 3.18 3.00 1.82 153.00 171.00 297,50 220.32 256.11 82.02 53.40 3.00 74.35 67.92 Thursday, August 29. 195? Algeria (Taj tfep** 0m Momw- I Twin News From State Two Beauty Advances For Algona State Beauty Announce* (MEDIA PETITE — Creme Colour Bath — Ey L'ORE'AL of PARIS and A New Operator Viola Berninghouse Both At Your Service Jurtfe Simpson's State Beauty Shop 110 E Kennedy CY 4-3127 16O-Acre Farm ; -i.V . to be Sold at '» Public Auction THURSDAY, SEPT. 19 WELL IMPROVED 160 ACRE FARM SELLS AT PUBLIC AUCTION—THUR. SEPT. 19 At 2:00 P.M. ON THE FARM. Sale on the jfarni known as the J. W. Cullen farm located on highway 18. Four miles east of Emmetsburg, la. in Palo Alto County. South Vz of Southwest '/< of section 24 end North '/z of northwest Vi of section 25. Township 96 Range 32 in Freedom township. Possession March 1. 1958. TERMS: 20% of the amount bid will be paid as a down payment and the purchaser will be required to enter into a written contract at the time of the sale. Balance of the price to be paid when the deed and abstract are furnished. BROKERS: A brokerage fee of $1.00 per acre will be paid to the broker who registers the buyers with Lloyd Berkland. Broker of Fenion, Iowa prior to the sale. This sale is under the management of Lloyd Berkland, Broker and Auctioneer, Phone 803' ai-Fenion.^ Iowa. For more detailed information kindly contact me? Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper Western NAT BANGS - Algona (Watch This Paper Next Issue For Another WESTERN BUYERS NEIGHBOR Nat Bangs, pictured here, is one of the members of the Western Buyers prganization at the company's head office in Algona, at the Milwaukee Road stockyards. He is a native of Minnesota, and was born and grew up in St. Paul, graduated from high school there, and then attended and graduated from Yale University. During World War II, Nat served in the army with the paratroops, making six jumps. He was wounded in Belgium. In 1949 Nat joined the Western Buyers organization jn Algona. He is connected with buying and selling of hogs for the firm, and his daily work may have him in touch with packers and processors from coast to coast. . , Nat was married in 1949 to the former Jean Oridley, d New Jersey girl. They Ijve at 71p South Jones ft. in Algona. ,j - V .-'. •• f ; <~f Nafs fpther, Mat Bangs Sr 7 ., who passed faway two year»>go, was a longtime friend and business asspciatf over the y«ars of Virg Smith, and often visited in Algona. Nafs mother, and a sister, still live in St. Paul, .. ., ;'; We Pay For Good These "Friends & Neighbors Represent Western Buyers In Your Community ... RAY KRANTZ Tiionka MURRAY ELEVATOR Bancroft J. B. MERTZ West Bend E. K. JOHNSON Fenton WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEV. Whitteroore DALE DUNPAS Bur* GAYLEJOHNSON Swea City HERMAN NORLAND Cylinder MURPHY LIVESTOCK Livermore - LuYerne - Corwith LOU NITZ Lakota-Ledyard BUYERS SUPPLYING OVER 200 PACKERS t PROCESSORS

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