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6-Atoona (le.) Upp*r D*t MelrtM Tuetday, April 27, 1965 108 Place On Hi School Honor Roll, 3rd Quarter One hundred and eight Algona high school students from Freshman to Senior placed on the third quarter honor roll, announced last week. The senior class led with 31 listed, the sophomores were second with 30. The Honor Roll follows: SENIORS David Agena, Milton ButsJce, Dennis Ohrtman, Rod Rlddefs*, Sandy Schenck, Trudy Alt, Janet Angle, JoKllen Baas, Karen Charles, Jean Christiansen*, Mary Cowan, Marilyn DeaLDor- ene Funk, Emy Lou Garms, Jane Geilenfeld. Marilyn Harris, Darlene Heln- rlch, Marlene Henderson, Pam Hopkins, Lois Hunt, Jackie Kinden*, Joyce Ludwlg, JuaniU Meyer, Jane Metfcger, Maureen O'Brien, Judy Parrott, Barb Percival, Gayle Phillips*, Roxle Schade, Diane Smith, Ann Wilson*. JUNIORS Bob Bradford, Gregg Buchanan, Dave Martin, Dan Merryman, Ron Nelson, Tom Samp, Dana Snodgress, Mike Stlllinan, Phil Taylor, Glen Tschetter. Arlene Anllker, Jo Cox, Ellana Febles, Sandl Haag, Barb Medln, Sharon Menneke, Sue Moulton, Shari Nelson, Marty Pendergast, Peg Schutter, Sharon Sundet, Judy Thomsen. SOPHOMORES Tom Claude, Chris Conn, Dennis Georg*, David Gerber, Daryl Johnson, Roger Johnson, Tom Kain, Paul McBrlde, Don Rledlnger, David Ruhnke, Jim Schutter, Tom Snyder, Steve Waller, Clint Young, Merlyn Metzger. Darla Carr, Connie Darbyshire, Rebecca Fraser, Sandy Harmes, Donna Kenyon, Bonlta Kiilsholm, Virginia Klein, Barb Knudsen*, VaLora Kueck, Marilyn Paetz, Susan Rentz, Connie Schultz, Carol Sloniker, Mary Wlllrett, KAthy Morz*. FRESHMEN Jeff Allen, Rich Black, John Frederick, Jim Jorgenson, Delmar Mains, Gary Nelson, Greg Perkins, Gregg Powell, Randal Riedinger, Roger Meyer. Cathy Chrischilles, Virginia Deal, Donna Fisher, Wendy Gardner, Sara Huber, Bev Knudsen, Debbie Laws, Linda Martin, Phyllis Moulton, Marne Parrott, Mary Plott, Linda Ross*, Susan Samp, Judy Scobba, Sharon Wagner. "Indicates straight "A's". The Junior high, seventh and eighth grade, Honor Roll as follows: 8TH GRADE Dave Bllyeu, Tim Black, Phil Bode, Sergio Febles, JayGevlng, Bobby Kent, Randy Krause, Max Laird, Dean Lowman, Rick Post, David Rlley, Mary Snyder, Todd Treganza, Terry Zlesman. Lavoiine Baas, Linda Allen, Katliy Buchanan*, DeEtte Burris, Susan Dodds, Patricia Fraser, Evelyn Haack, Luann Holt, Pat Hopkins, Debra Huber*, Rosemary Hutchison, Barbara Jergenson, Jean Jorgenson, Debbie Logan, Kathy McBride, Rosemary Pendergast*, Debbie Sabln, Judy Slgsbee, Karla Sjogren, Kathy Skow, Nancy Wagner, Peggy Zittrltsch, Nancy Courtney, Linda Schlapia. 7TH GRADE Neil Anderson, Craig Carson, Robert Claude*, Wayne Dohlman, Gary Gade, Gary Hagen, Bruce Marshall, Steve Merryman, Bruce Mueller, Mark Olson, Lanny Phillips, Steven L. Schultz, Gerry Whlttemore. Theresa Beaumont, I*ea Lynn*' Buchanan, Julie Chrischilles*, Marilyn Dau, Rebecca Egel, Cindy Hansen, Virginia Hardgrove, Sharon Hlx, Debbie Johnson, Diana Levy, Marcy Moen, Dorene Mowers, Jan Schulz, Debra Will, lone Metzger. Real Estate Transfers Aukes, Relnder & Anna to Raymond G. Aukes 3-29-65 NW 1/4 11-99-27. Besch, Sister Mary Teresa, -sgl. et al to Harold Frlderes 1/2 int. Gary N. Frideres; 1/4 int.; Howard J. Frlderes; 1/4 int. 3-25-65 NW 1/4 34-95-30. Everds, F. R. & Virginia; J. C. & Alice Lucille Everds to Everds Bros. Co. 3-24-65 Lots 4, 6 & 10 of A. P. of part of N 1/2 SW 1/4 12-95-29 & a tract of land In N 1/2 SW 1/4 (desc. as see rec.) 12-95-29. Faber, Amelia & Alvin et al to Harold Frideres 1/2 int.;T.Gary N. Frideres 1/4 int.; Howard J. Frlderes 1/4 int. 3-25-65 NW1/4 34-95-30. Gebken, Fred & Mary Ann to Fred Gebken et ux 3-29-65 N 75' of Lot 4 Blk 2 & S 25' of Nicholson's Add. lot 1 blk 2; Burt. Hamilton, Robert G. & Lorraine M. to Julius Lentsch 3-29-65 Dunlap's Add. lots 12 & 13; Ledyard. Hyink, Marion & Theresa to Marion Hyink et ux 3-26-65 First Add. lots 7 &BbIk2;Whitteraore. Kephart, Myrtie, sgl. to Carrie Theisen 3-29-65 Lakota Lot 4 blk 2. Vera, Hazel Mae, Widow to Harry D. Alt, et ux 3-30-65 5 70' of E. 109' of lot 1 in Blk 4 of Aud. Plat of W. 10 rds. of blk 276, Call's Add. See Rec.; Algona. Webb, Mary E., sgl., Gary Webb & Diane to Edward Bowman 6 Warren Bowman et ux 3-29-65 Undiv. 1/2 int. Call's Add. Lot 3 blk 151; Algona. Lentsch, Julius, sgl. to Robert G. Hamilton et ux 3-29-65 Dunlap's Add. lot 11: I*dyard, Loss, Ethel English & Casey ,to Ethel English Loss, Faye E. Kuhlmann 3-29-65 Lute A. T. Stacy's Add. lot 10 blk 3; Algona. Nugent, W. J. & Kathryn E. to Glean F. Burtis et ux 3-2565 Call's Add. lot 3 blk 258; Algona. Sell 29 New Cars, Trucks In Past Week Here Sales of new vehicles zoomed to 29 in Kossuth county during the past week, according to records at the office of County Treasurer Rosella Voigt. Owners are: Chevrolet - L. G. Fuchsen, Whittemore, pickup; Helmer Fjelsrud, Armstrong, pickup; J. C. Schemmel, Bancroft, pickup; Droessler Market, Bancroft, truck; Irvlngton Coop Elevator, pickup; A. J. Hardcopf, LuVerne, pickup; D. P. or Bonnie Mlttag, Swea City; W. R. OR Lucille Legler, Corwith; Dallas Green, ( Ledyard; M. C. and Mary K. Erpelding, Whittemore; J. H. Str- uecker, Fenton; B. L. Hefty, LuVerne; J. W. Schulz, Jr., Algona. Ford - M. K. Kubly, LuVerne, truck; A. A. or M. F. Johnson, Bancroft, pickup; G. W. Stillman, Algona; L.E.Fessler, Fenton; W. D. Ford, Bancroft. IHC - Algona Impl. Co., truck (2). Pontiac -E.H. Kramersmeier, Ledyard; Marlin or Janice Gerdes, Swea City. Rambler - Betty K. Wickwire, Irvington; J. J. Knoll, Burt. Buick - Opal V. Bourne, Algona. Olds - Dau's Garage, Algona; J, V. Dorenbush, Lakota. Chrysler - E. W. Dole, Irvington. Plymouth - H. A. Doernlng, Fenton. ented Treasury citations for their participation in the "Save Your Harvest in Bonds" compalen. Wesley Lady's Brother Dies, Cedar Rapids WESLEY - Newman Shannahan, 47, brother of Mrs. (Dorothy) Frank Matern died April 13 at Cedar Rapids. Survivors Include his widow and ten children, the youngest a three-month old baby. Mrs. Matern attended the funeral services Monday and spent the weekend at Cedar Rapids. Frank Matern had Intended to go but their son, Mark, 11, fell from a pony ;md suffered P fnrture of the upper leg. He is in Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. NAME OFFICERS Evergreen Cemetery board of directors met April 19 in the Legion hall. They re-elected Jurgen Skow, president, Geo. Seaberg and Lester Larson, vice presidents, Louis Simpson, secretary, Myrtle Lease, treasurer. They renewed Louis Simpson's contract for another year as caretaker. Other members of the board are Halvor Flom and Gordon Giddings. Mrs. Emma Olson, Bob and Mike were Easter guests of the Oscar Wagners, Mason City. The Kay James Olson family of Denison were also guests at Wagners, and were guests of Mrs. Emma Olson and sons several days last week. Easter weekend guests In the George and Dwight Seaberg homes were the Seaberg s and daughter, Charles City, and the Philip Seabergs, Ames. An Easter dinner party was held at the parental Geo. Seaberg home. Sherryl Harr, daughter of Mrs. Maureen Harr and the late Fred Harr, had an emergency appendectomy at St. Ann hospital, Algona, April 19. Wesley township homemakers met April 20 In the Lester Blaln home, with Mrs. Geo. Seaberg assisting. The lesson was given by Mrs. Blaln and Mrs. Joe Goetz. Fern Paulson was in charge of recreation. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughan took Vioki Arndorfer to Cedar Rapids April 21 where she is a student at Mt. Mercy College. They all visited the Doughan daughter, Sister Kevin. Mrs. Elmer Daughan, Mrs.Vic Loebig and Mrs. Herman Bode attended the meeting of the Jolly Dozen April 20 at Mrs. Glenn Smith's home in Brltt. Sister Mary Gertrude of South Bend, Ind. spent April 21-25 with her brothers, Ray and Edmund, and the latter's family. Easter weekend guests in the Edmund Otis home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lucas of Ames and Jim's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lucas of Houston, Texas, also Janet Otis of Minneapolis and Margaret Otis of Mason City. Minnie Frimml entertained her bridge club Thursday. Mrs. Leo Hanig wasaguest. Nellie Frimml will entertain the group March 5. Don Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Price and a senior at Brltt high, submitted a painting at the Wins New York City Vacation Myron (Mike) Smith, Agency Manager for Farm Bureau insurance in Algona, and his wife, Beth, are spending the week in New York City. Mr. Smith won the trip to New York by having the highest insurance production in Franklin- Wright Counties, his former territory. He was one of 25 men to be so honored by Farm Bureau Insurance Services. He will return to Algona on May 3rd. ^ Wishing For A Buyer HWt Jkj*k« Tbat Sale? scholarship competition at State College of Iowa Friday and Saturday. He was interviewed by members of the art department staff. Several other art students from Brltt and their instructor Bob Marcussen also attended the fair and also visited the Waterloo Municipal Art Show. Mrs. Lucy Brabec left April 16 by train for Butte, Montana to visit her daughter, Sister Luellen (Gayle). Mrs. Brabec will also visit a niece, Mrs. Margaret Cavanaugh and family, at Denver, Colo, before returning home. The Neighborhood birthday club met Thursday with Mrs. Clara Haverly in honor of her birthday and that of Mrs. Ruth Hansen. Mrs. Oscar Johnson was taken by ambulance April 18 to the Brltt hospital. She has been 111 for several years. Lou Simpson attended a State Convention of postmasters in Mason City April 22-23-24, Reginald Schutjer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schut]er t has enlisted in the U. S. Army for four years and has gone to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. for basic training. Mrs. Walter Drummer of Marshalltown spent April 20-24 with her brothers, Joe Weig and family and Raymond and John Weig. The senior class play, "Take Your Medicine" has been rescheduled for May 14. It was to have been April 20. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hansen and children of Des Moines spent April 17-18 in the parental Jack Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Higdon of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson were Easter guests in the Arvin Larson home. The latter family had spent the previous Sunday with the Leon Swansons of Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Swinton of Davenport spent the Easter weekend with her brother Gordon Giddings. They were Joined by Mr. and Mrs. Merle Giddings of Des Moines Easter when all were dinner guests in the Ted Hinder's home at Woden. Father Linus Eisenbacher of Odebolt visited relatives here April 20. The four upper grades of St. Joseph's parochial school held a raking bee April 20 at the parish grounds, assisting the custodian, Leonard Froehlich,with the clean up job on the church, school and rectory grounds. No classes for them that day and all enjoyed the refreshments served after the job was completed. Mr", .and Mrs. H. E. Hemming- ' sen were supper guests ApriT21 at the home of their daughter and family, the C. J. Wilsons at Belmond. They all attended the Spring Music Festival of the Junior high at Lincoln Memorial Auditorium. SWEA-EAGLE By MM. Kenneth Brones Recent visitors of the Jay Brones at Lakevlew home were Glen Hall of East Chain, Russel Hutchinson, Plainview, Minn., Ray Logan of Rochester, Minn., and Art Moeller, Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. August Robison spent the Easter weekend at the home of their daughter and family, the Vern Mortensens at Hutchison, Minn. • Mrs. Elizabeth Holm and boys DfCKYft DAISY U.S. Citations To Elevator Men Citations to a number of area elevator managers were presented recently for sponsorship of a statewide savings bond campaign last fall. So honored were the following: J. W. Miller, Burt Cooperative Elevator, Burt; Curtis B. Lura, Fenton Cooperative Elevator Co., Fenton; H. Dale Cole, Hobarton Cooperative Elevator, Hobarton; E. F. Immerfall, Irvington Cooperative Co., Irving- tou; Bernard W. Reilly, Farmers Cooperative Co., Ledyard; L. W. Geitzenauer, Lone Rock Cooperative Exchange, Loae Rock; Elden Guess, LuVerne Cooperative, LuVerne; Russel Parker, Farmers Cooperative Elevator Co., Swea City; John Stott, Farmers Cooperative Elevator, Tit- oaka; Frank Bleich, The Farmers Cooperative Society, Wesley, and Larry Twedt, Whitt- eiflore Cooperative Elevator, Whittemore, were also present KIDS! WANT EXTRATIME TO READ COMIC BOOKS BEFORE SCHOOL?- • THEN DRINK LOTS OF 600P MILK FROM THAT EXTRA ENER6Y IT GIVES YOU WILL 6ET YOU TO SCHOOL IN HALF THE TIME '• folfci d all 09*1 n»td - and Ilk* - Hom9g*ntx«d Milk, ftrvt it with «v«ry mtal. were among relatives attending the confirmation of her nephew, Lyndon Dirksen, son of the Con Dirksens at Northrup Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Darnell and family of Ledyard we re there from the area, also. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Krumm of Armstrong were Thursday evening guests at the Virgil Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Paul and family and Mrs. Albert Paul spent the weekend in Iowa Falls visiting relatives. Janet Walker of Marlon spent the weekend visiting at the home of her parents, the Ralph Walkers. Frieda Schauberger of Atlantic was a Good Friday supper and overnight guest at the home of her brother, the Carl Schau- bergers. Easter guests at the Maynard Hurlburt home were Mr. and Mrs. John L. Black, Karen and Johnie, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt and Tom, Mrs. Elmer Nelson and Mick Hurlburt, who spent Easter vacation at home from Brookings, South Dakota. la. Sec. Comm., Soc. Sec I.B.E.R.S., I.P.E.R.S..., ta. State Bank, Whold . . Rlcklefs-Geelan, Ins. . .. Advance, Publishing .... Arwell, Rat Control .... W. Finn, Court Costs.... Koch Bros., Supplies . .. Mason Cy., B.P., Maps.. UDM, Publishing 185.97 179.55 43.90 . 14.12 , 43.70 23.00 105.00 , 41.73 , 52.77 47.64 Trust & Agencyi Pension. Ricklefs-Geelan, Ins.... Advance, Publishing Arnold Motors, SttppllM . Greenberg's, Supplies. . K & W Service, Gasoline.. Natl. Chemsearch, Paint. Percival's, Repairs ,.. . Hilton's, Service Fire Dept., services .... U. B. C., Material . 18.23 . 89.22 . 5.00 . 14.85 ,. 6.10 111.24 . 35.42 . 58.S3 38.69 160.00 . 4.80 r Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met April 14, 1965 with Mayor Finn and the following council members: Muckey, Andraasen, Cook, Baldus and Pelrce. Absent: Elbert. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Authorized engineers to draft final plans for storm sewer on Putnam from Poplar to Locust street and from Phillips to Colby street through the Athletic park. These plans will be submitted to the council for final approval. Authorized the police department to send Raymond Gerdes to Police School at Iowa City, la. Moved and seconded that the meeting adjourn. D. A. Smith, City Clerk APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION No. 1123 April 14, 1965 GENERAL Finn, Salary 112.50 Smith, Salary 220.24 Sands, Salary 118.78 STREET Bur Us, Salary Frambach, Salary Helmers, Salary Lashbrook, Salary Pergande, Salary Prew, Salary Wlbben, Salary la. Sec. Comm., Soc. Sec I.P.E.R.S., I.P.E..n.S. « • . la. State Bank., Whold. .. Ricklefs-Geelan, Ins. . . . Barclay Co., Supplies . .. Chemco Co.,Compound.. Cook's Welders, Chloride Cowan Corp., Supplies . . Frederick Hdwe., Supplies Holcomb Mfg., Supplies.. Ind. Towels, Service . . . No. Central, Gas Service Reding Gravel, Services Sleg Co., Tools Sunray DX, Supplies . . . Zep Mfg., Supplies 192.57 197.45 182.62 214.85 262.24 221.52 180.22 665.79 629.78 171.70 . 39.80 . 18.09 . 59.50 142.00 . 5.20 SANITATION,, Kossuth Co. Treae., Taxes I.P.E.R.S., I.P.E.R.S. . .. Sec. Comm., Soc. Sec. . . Reding* s, Labor Lalng's Plbg., Service . . Lindsay, Supplies. No. Central, GasSendce, SEWER RENTAL Lemkee, Salary ....... Gronbach, Salary . . . Sec. Comm., Soc. Sec. I.P.E.R.S., I.P.E.R.S. la. DM Nat., Interest, la. State Bank, Whold Ricklefs-Geelan, Ins. Algona Machine, Repairs CheTico Co., Soap 31.80 63.84 , 66.12 43.50 , 5.50 44.25 , 22.82 194.49 147.76 175.80 169,73 123.75 22.80 . 14.12 . .75 20.50 Frederick Hdwe., Supplies 4 « 4 * Gretnberg, Material.... 4.58 Standard Oil, Diesel.... 115.93 RECREATION Boldrldge, Salary. 97.02 Sec. Comm., Soc. Sec. ... 47.13 U».E.R.S.,I,P.E.R.S . 45.50 R, ouster, Band Taxes 1,206.37 la. State Bank, Whold .. .. 3.60 Arnold Motors, Repairs . . 38.14 MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISES C. Paxson, Cemetery Taxes..... 3,352.78 PARKING METER Groen, Salary Nauholz, Salary la. State Bank, Whold. . . Sec. Comm,, Soc. Sec. . I.P.E.R.S., l.P.E.R.S . .. Trust & Agency, Pension. Ricklefs-Geelan, Ins. . .. Frederick Hdwe., Repairs Utt Electric, Repairs . . . 286.57 57.72 47.50 150.79 •34.83 . 3.54 , 14.12 1.66 3.00. TRWT & AGENCY B. Egli, Pension 75.00 185.46 ROAD USE TAX Algona Impl., Repairs . ., Algona Mach. Shop, Repairs Arnold Motors, Supplies Bradley, Repairs Greenberg, Repairs . . . . Hilton's, Repairs K & W Farm Sen, Gasoline Percival's, Repairs . . . Sankey, Asphalt Standard Oil, Diesel. . . Taylor Motors, Repairs . . 1.30 1.15 41.92 69.24 79.26 64.97 247.76 . 1.07 111.20 31.25 . 40.05 Because it's our annual S&L DAYS SALE- PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary Bulten, Salary Gerdes, Salary Hutchison, Salary Jorgenson, Salary Rasmussen, Salary .... Voigt, Salary Sec. Comm., Soc. Sec. . . la. State Bank, Whold. . . 321.47 193.08 169.88 164.34 261.16 183.59 191.36 676.89 165.30 Open till V Wed. Night This gives yon extra hoars lo get In on the fabolois savings on your Spring ind Summer needsl Look lor the 32-page S&t circular ii your nail. ••i ASK FOR A •>••: > a . ; DEMONSTRATION OF NEW L.P. GAS TRACTORS •-ft 'ORTH CENTRAL PUBLI CALL OUR OFFICE — 295-2484 OR CALL ROGER HOOVER NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 10 EAST STATE STRUT - ALGONA m

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