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6-Aloono flo.) Uppar D*« Moin»* Tuesday, March 23, 1965 Men, Plows Battle U.S. 169 Drifts - •" s r v; V •.«*-. 3 Charged As Result Of Embezzlement Rash Of Area Mishaps Charge Filed Driving conditions, madeterr- • ible by the most recent blizzard, resulted in five mishaps in this area during the weekend - and as a result, three drivers were charged with violations. Three mishaps were reported Saturday. The first occurred at 1:03 p.m. on North Wooxiwjrth street here when autos driven by Joy A, Meyer, 17, and Capitola V. Strayer, 55, both of Algona, collided as the former was turning north. She was charged with falling to yield the right- of-way and damage to the vehicles estimated at $250 by police who ' westigated. At 4:30 p.m., autos driven by Clara H. Harig, 23, and Larry D. Evers, 18, both of Algona, collided on South Colby street near State, resulting in an estimated $90 damage to. the cars. Police investigated. The Evers vehicle slid on ice and struck the rear of the other auto. At 5:10 p.m., cars driven by Gladys D. Betts, 39, Whittemore, and Robert P. Laing, 40, Algona, collided at Whittemore. The Betts auto was headed west, making a left turn and Laing was headed north. Damage to the vehicles was $450, according to Deputy Sheriff Don Wood who investigated. Jack W. Budke, 21, Mason City, was charged with failing to enter safely after stopping for a stop sign after his auto collided with a car driven by Donald W. Jorgenson, 41, Algona, at the Intersection of Wooster and McGregor streets. Damage to the autos was estimated at $575 by police. At 3:41 p.m. the same day, autos driven by James L. Esser, 43, and Nathan W. Strayer, 19, both of Algona, collided at the intersection of College andMoore streets, resulting in an estimated $125 damage. Strayer was charged with failing to yield the right- of-way by police. There were no personal injuries reported. Morris Parsons Passes Here; Funeral Held Funeral services for Morris G. Parsons, 88, retired farmer who had made his home here for the past 10 years, were held in McCullough's Funeral Chapel at 2 p. m. Saturday, with Rev. Mach Carlson officiating. Burial followed at Laurel Hill cemetery, Irvington. Pallbearers were Herman Becker, Kenneth Roney, B. 0. Davis and Bert Olson. Mr. Parsons died Wednesday at Wilfair Nursing Home, Burt. Born Jan. 8, 1877 In Sherman township, he was a son of Gill- esple M. and Mary A. Baker Parsons. His wife, the former Pearl Patterson, died In 1963. Mr. Parsons farmed in Irvington township most of his life. He is survived by two sons, Ralph, Algona, and Merrill, Waterloo, Wise.; a sister, Mrs. Laura Burtis, Algona; a brother, John, St. Paul, Minn.; 17 grandchildren; and 34 great- grandchildren. One daughter preceded him in death. Lutz Duerr, 21, of Algona, was arraigned at Fort Dodge Saturday on a charge of embezzlement. A preliminary hearing was continued until Monday to give Duerr time to obtain counsel. He was held in jail in lieu of $1,500 bond. Duerr was arrested in Columbia, Mo., on complaint of his former employer, Ted Mori. He was returned Friday to Fort Dodge. Duerr is charged with embezzling between $1,000 and $1,500 from .Hail's Auto Parts Co., where he was employed as a bookkeeper, while Mori was on vacation. Mori said that when he returned from vacation he found both Duerr and the money gone. .Scholarship Aid The Druggists Mutual Insurance Co. of Algona has voted to continue its annual scholarship contribution to the Iowa Pharmacy Foundation. P. J. Kirschbaum, Ex-Wesleyan, Services Today Funeral services for Peter J. Kirschbaum ST., 79, will be conducted at 10:30 a. m. Tuesday in Sacred Heart Catholic church, Ayrshire. The Rev. George Benjamin will be celebrant of the requiem Mass, and burial.will be in Calvary cemetery. A retired farmer, Mr. Kirschbaum died Saturday morning at St. Bernard's hospital, Council Bluffs. Born at Cassville, Wise., he moved to Wesley when he was a youth. He was married to Gertrude Hildman in 1905 at Wesley. They moved to Ayrshire in 1927. Mrs. Kirschbaum died in 1963. Surviving are five sons, Ambrose and Robert of Ayrshire, Peter Jr., of Curlew, Virgil of Ruthven and Edward of Laurens. Also surviving are one sister and three brothers, Mrs. Harry Maloney and Albert of Mason City, August of Sexton and Robert of Garner. MARCH 30, TUESDAY - Rescheduled sale date for HAY and RALPH MENKE Sale. Tractors and other machinery; 1 mile North of Bancroft on U. S. 169, then 1/2 East. Quiim & Clark, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Savings, Bancroft, clerk. Sale details this issue. MARCH 31, WEDNESDAY Rescheduled date for ALBERT J. JOHNSON, 4 So. Swea City on blacktop, 1 3/4 West or 2 No. and 2 West of Seueca Store. 73 head cattle, farm mach., H. H. goods, etc. Sale details this issue. Quiim & Clark, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders, Ban- Petit Jurors Report After Storm Delay Petit jurors for the blizzard- delayed March term of district court here were slated to report for duty again this morning (Tuesday) following a lay-off of nearly a week. The OMV1 trial, State vs. Thomas Sampson, will continue. Two days of the trial, including selection of a jury and testimony from three witnesses, were held Monday and Tuesday, March 15-1C, then jurors wert notified not to report due to tiie storm. Witnesses for the defense wtio testified Tuesday included Henry Moore, Art Olson, Albin Peterson, Keiuieth Forburger and James Klein. The defendant himself was on the stand when court adjourned last week, and was to again take the stand when court reconvenes this morning. Judge G. W. stilltnan is presiding at the current term, and he was slated to be in Storm Lake Monday, so the jury was asked to report today. CONSTRUCTION PAPER White & Colors, 12x18. — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Office Supply Dept. NOTICE! STOKELY-VAN CAMP is contracting early sweet corn in the area served by this newspaper. For information, CONTACT: HOMER EASTMAN 332-1024 - HUMBOLDT, IOWA Or SVC, Box 341, Fairmont, Minn. (20-21-23) SPRING LAMBS?? LAMB STARTER FOR CREEP FEEDING $4.00 - cwt. SEE US NOW FOR CUSTOM COMPLETE LAMB RATIONS PELLETED FOR SELF FEEDING OR CONTROL FEEDING. We Buy Wool Farmers Service Center Morton Ross, Mgr. Ethel Putney Funeral Held Here Monday Ethel E. Putney, 66, Algona resident for the past five years, died Friday at St. Ann hospital. Funeral services for Mrs. Putney were held at 2 p. m. Monday in McCullough's Funeral Chapel here, with Rev. Frank Harcey officiating. Burial followed at Evergreen cemetery, Wesley. Pallbearers were Gayle Studer, Bernard Hauptman, Everett Anderson, Larry Laing, Dr. John Ferguson and Fred Diekman. Ethel Elvira Johnson, daughter of Jacob and Mathilda Nelson Johnson, was born at Wesley Dec. 16, 1898. She was married to Forrest Putney who preceded her In death In 1948. Mrs. Putney was employed In banks at Wesley and Algona and later was a clerk for the Dept. of Interior in Colorado. Survivors include two sisters, Florence (Mrs. W. J. Becker), Algona, and Mrs. Meryl Ferguson, Cedar Rapids; and two brothers, George Johnson, Denver, Colo., and Norman Johnson, LaJunta, Colo. Two sisters and a brother preceded her in Expect 350 At Annual P.C.A. Meet, Mar. 23 More than 350 farmers are expected in Emmetsburg Tuesday March 23rd for the 31st Annual stockholders meeting of the Emmetsburg Production Credit Association. Registration will begin at 11:30 a. m. in Assumption Parish Hall. Jensvold said that one Association director will be elected to a 3-year term during the business. In addition to Arthur, Association directors are R. B. Chambers, Vice President, Emmetsburg; Rexford Hansen, Ruthven; Don McCarthy, Algona; and Robert Place, Arm- strong> -.-... Gordon Hall To Leave Iowa State Bank Gordon Hall, vice president of ( the Iowa State Bank of Algona, ! has resigned, effective April 15, ' it was announced last week. No future plans have been announced. *" He had served six years at the , Iowa State Bank, and prior to that was with the Citizens State Bank at Wyoming for 13 years. PUBLIC AUCTION SALE OF CCC STORAGE BINS d t The Kossuth County ASC Committee, .acting *s Agents for Commocmy Cr$4* CotnowtiortM a coif&dtete, ag«aa^v<i.the,,U*i(ted Stales .within, .the &e- pa^tment of Agriculture, *i\\\ offer for sale-the following described storage bins at pubftc auction: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 WHITTEMORE: Bin Site, 9:00a.m.-Man- ufacture, Capacity, Type, Foundation, Location - No. 10 - Butler; 2,740; Steel; Block; West of Elevator. No. 8-Butler; 3,276; Alum.; Steel; West of Elevator. No. 10 - B, S & B; 3,255; Steel; Steel; West of Elevator. No. 10 Butler; 3,276; Steel; Steel; West of Elevator. HOBARTON: Bin SUe, 10:15 a.m. -Manufacture, Capacity, Type. Foundation, Location - No. 4 - Sioux; 2,140; Steel; Block; East of Elevator. No. 11 - Butler; 2,175; Steel; Block; East of Elevator.No. 4 -Butler; 2,740; Steel; Block; East of Elevator. No. 5 Butler; 3,276; Alum.; Steel; East of Elevator. LONE ROCK: Bin Site, 11:45 a.m. -Manufacture, Capacity, Type, Foundation, Location - No. 2 - Plasteel; 17,662; Steel; Concrete; South of Elevator. No. 3 -Columbian; 2,170; Steel; Steel; South of Elevator. BURT: Bin Site, 1:00 p.m. -Manufacture, Capacity, Type, Foundation, Location. - 1 No. 1 - Butler; 2,175; Steel; Steel; East of Elevator; No. 22 - Butler; 2,740; Steel; Steel; East of Elevator; No. 4 — Martin; 3,350; Steel; Steel; East of Elevator; No. 7 - B, S & B; 3,250; Steel; Steel: East of Elevator; No. 2 - Plasteel; 17,662; Steel; Concrete; North of Elevatoi office. LAKOTA: Bin Site, 2:30 p.m. — Manufacture, Capacity, Type, Foundation, Location. - No. 2 - Plasteel; 17,662; Steel; Concrete; North of Elevator;No. 20-Butler; 2,175; Steelj Block; North of Elevator. THURSDAY, MARCH 25 WESLEY: Bin Site, 9:00 a.m. - Manufacture, Capacity, Type, Foundation, Location. - No. 1 - Butler; 2,170; Steel; Steel; Northeast edge of Wesley; No, 3 — Butler; 2,175; Steel; Steel; Northeast edgeof Wesley. SEXTON: Bin Site, 9:45 a.m. - Manufacture, Capacity, Type, Foundation, Location. — No. 2 —.Great Lakes; 38,200; Steel; Concrete; South of Elevator office; No. 2 Great Lakes; 41,032; Steel; Concrete; South of Elevator office. IRVINGTON: Bin Site, 11:15 a.m. -Manufacture, Capacity, Type, Foundation, Location. — No. 2 — Great Lakes; 41,032; Steel; Concrete 1/4 mile east of Elevator. LU VERNE: Bin Site, 1:00 p.m. - Manufacture, Capacity, Type, Foundation, Location. - No. 6 - Butler; 2,175; Steel; Steel; Northeast edge of town, south side of road; No. 3 - Butler; 2,740; Steel; Steel; Northeast edge of town, south side of road; No. 3 — Butler; 3,276; Alum.; Step];, Northeast edge of town, south side of rostd; No. 3 — Martin; 3,350; Steel; Block; Northeast edge of town, south side of road; No. 4 — Columbian; 3,240; Alum.; Steel; Northeast edge of town, south side of road; No. 2 — Great Lakes; 40,110; Steel; Concrete; Northeast edge of town, south side of road. ALGONA: Bin Site, 3:00 p.m. - Manufacture, Capacity, Type, Foundation, Location. - No. 13 - Butler; 2,740; Steel; Block; East of Farmers Service Center, Inc.; No. 2 — Beatrice; 3,250; Alum.; Steel; East of Farmers Service Center, Inc.; No. 10 — Butler; 3,2.76; Steel; Steel; East of Farmers Service Center, Inc.; No. 1 — Butler; 2,175 Steel; Block; East of Farmers Service Center, Inc.; No, 1 — Sioux; 2,140; Steel; Block; East of Farmers Service Center, Inc. INSPECTION: , The grain bins may be inspected March 23,1965, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. PURCHASER'S CERTIFICATION: Each purchaser of a bin wijlibe required to execute , ,.^r--i-- .,.• K . , a certificate that the bin will be used in NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS connection with the handling or storage of Bin Movers Indicate They Will Be Present Additional information concerning this sale may be obtained by contacting Office Manager Kossuth County ASCS Office Phone 295-3576. Algona CURTIS P. HAAHR Qk Quinn & Youngeberg, Auctioneers County ASCS Office Personnel. A Igona, Perk agricultural commodities. TERMS: Cash on day of sale for all sales of $100 or less. A deposit of $100 will be required on each bin. On all sales over that amount, the balance is to be paid in cash within ten (10) days of date of sale, or the balance may be financed under the Farm Storage Facility Loan Program, providing the prospective purchaser meets eligibility requirements under the program. Information regarding eligibility under the Farm Storage Facility Loan Program may be obtained from the local county office. Prospective purchasers should establish their eligibility at the county office prior to the sale. REMOVAL OF PROPERTY: Bins must be removed from the bin site within thirty days from the date of the sale unless otherwise agreed to by the County Committee. Concrete floors, or sand and gravel fill on which structures may be located, are not being offered for sale with the structure. If. the County Committee agrees to permit bins or structures to remain on the site, the purchaser will be required to make payment as follows for the concrete floors or sand and gravel fill: Concrete foundations and floor hardware for all 40 x 100 storage buildings: $2,000.00. Concrete floors for 20 x 100 storage structures: $400.00. Sand and gravel fill for round metal bins: $50.00. TITLE AND RISK OF LOSS: Title to the grain bins shall vest in the purchaser when payment is made. After passage of title, risk of loss or destruction from any cause whatsoever shall be borne by the purchaser. BIDS: Commodity Credit Corporation reserves the right to reject any or all offers. TAX: Purchasers of bins must make payment of the State Use Tax to the State Tax Commission, Division of Retail Sales and Use Tax* State^Office Building, Des Molnes, - NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS ( _ Wed., March 3lst will be the last day to pay your First Installment of Real Estate and Personal Property Taxes WHICH WILL BECOME DELINQUENT APRIL 1ST. PENALITY WILL BE ADDED FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL AND %% FOR EACH MONTH THEREAFTER, AS PROVIDED BV LAW. SECOND HALF OF TAXES WILL BECOME DELINQUENT OCTOBER U). DELINQUENT TAXES WILL BE ADVERTIZED THE LAST TWO WEEJCS IN NOVEMBER, TAX SALE TO BE HELD ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER AS REQUIRED BY LAW. TAXPAYERS ARE ADVISED TO FURNISH THE DESCRIPTION OF THEIR PROPERTY OR BRING THEIR OLD TAX RECEIPTS WITH THEM, IF IT IS NOT CONVENIENT TO COME TO AlgOHO, . WRITE TO THIS OFFICE OR CONTACT YOUR LOCAL BANK. ROSELLA VOIGT COUNTY TREASURER

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