The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 9
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Biirt Father And Son Month's Conservationists Walter and Richard Campney were named as Conservation Farmers of the Month at the District Commissioners Meeting, according to Julius Baas, Chairman. Walter and his son Richard operate a 240 acre farm three miles south of Hurt. "Contouring holds moi'3 wafer and we have noticed that we have been able to work the flat land as quick as the hills. Contouring holds water out of the pot holes," the Campneys say. "Contouring one year is not a good test. It takes more than one year for you to get to know the value of contouring," they relate. The Campneys produce grade A milk from a 48 head dairy cattle herd. This herd of cattle are pastured on a nine acre pasture consisting of mixture of alfalfa and orchard grass. Rotation pasturing is featured on their farm with a different pasture each day. This is accomplished by dividing the field into five pastures and moving the temporary electric fence each day. The Campneys first started to contour in 1953. That year they contoured 100 acres and Increased their acreage of contouring In 1952. The same year they buUt additional waterways. This spring the Conservation Farmers are renovating five acres of bluegrass pasture and they are seeding it to birds- foot trefoil as part of their renovation program. Their future plans call for more pasture renovation including trefoil, a stock water pond, terraces and a new tile system. Richard is a graduate of Iowa State University. His wife, Dorothy, is the head nurse at the Buffalo Center Hospital. She is also active in the Heart Association. One of their hobbies is square dancing. Walter is president of the Cooperative Elevator Board at Burt and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Iowa Breeders Cooperative. Mrs. Walter Campney is part-time employed assisting In the taking of polls, one of which Is a scientific poll for Iowa State University Statistical Laboratory. Both families are active in the Methodist Church. AHS Thespians Present Burt Man Is Engaged To Wed In Late June "Finian" Here **"- T * . Algona high school thespians will present the famous 1947 broadway musical production, "Finian's Rainbow," in the high school auditorium May 2526. The production will be under the direction of E. Howard Sonksen and Willard Snustad. The renowned musical selections "How are Things In Glocca Morra," "Old Devil Moon," and "Look to the Rainbow," along with many other well known musical numbers like "Necessity" and "If This Ins't Love" are centered around the two-part theme in Finian's Rainbow." Finian will be protrayed by Dana Snodgress, his daughter will be played by Kitty Hardgrove, Richard Feaster fills the role of Woody, and Og is played by Phil Taylor. These four are supported by Skip Perkins as Senator Hawkins: Mark Conn as Buzz Collins: Jim Peterson as the Sheriff; Chris Conn as Mr. Shears; Glen Tschetter, Mr. Robust; Rod Ricklefs, Howard; and the preacher, Lee Dau. Sharecroppers are Jim Colwell, Bob Bradford, Dorene Funk, and members of the modern choir. Other roles include the Negro geologist, Dave Martin; white geologist, Dave Agena; and three gosplers, Brad Kraft, Wayne Christiansen and John Pratt. Cathy Chrjschllles plays Henrietta; Wendi Gardner, Diana; Debbie Krause, Jane; and two deputies, Russ Bode and Tim Claude. Gayle Phillips heads the slate of dancers as Susan. Her supporters are Janet Angle, Linda Bishop, Becky Dailey, Sandy Harmes, Jackie Kinden, Carol Sloniker, Chris Conn, and Dave Martin. Tickets for the production will go on sale in mid-May. Lone Rock! By Mrs. A. A. Krueger The Wilfred Radig family attended the confirmation dinner at the Harold Gross home in honor of the confirmation of their son, Allen. Other guests were the Donald Rallg family, the Gerald Radig family,GuneRadig, Omaha, Mrs. Alex Radig, Fenton, Glen Berntsons, Paullina, Dr. Henrickson's family, Armstrong, Pastor Ve.Jing's fam/ly and M, P. Schormans, The Happy Homamaker's Club m.it WoJ at the home of Mrs. Henry Schroeder. Roll call was BARBARA KING BURT - Mr. and Mrs. F." P. King Jr. Winchester, Tenn., announce the engagement and coming marriage of their daughter, Barbara Ruth King, Nashville, to Larry A. Hinckley, Des Moines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Hinckley, Burt. The bride-to-be, a graduate of Franklin county high school at Winchester, will receive a degree in nursing from St. Thomas School of Nursing, Nashville, June 13. Her fiance is a graduate of Burt high school and has been employed as an installer with the Western Electric Company for the past eight years. A late June wedding is being planned at the church of the Good Shepherd in Winchester, Tenn. answered by, "Garden helps my mother taught me." As it was the end of the club year, a report was given by Ellen Holmgren. Election of officers was held ;ia<1 Mrs. Clair Bellinger was elected chairman, The afternoon was spent playing "bingo". The May meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Harold Holmgren. A card party group brought a potlink supper to the horn': of Ralph Blerstedts last Sunday night to celebrate the Bierstedts 25th wedding anniversary, which will be May 23rd. The guests included the Wilfred Radigs, Arnie Behrends, Lyle Marlows, Eldon Marlows, DickO'DonnellE, Ervin Wetzels and Merwin Marlows. A monetary gift was presented to the couple. The U.P.W. win hold a May morning breakfast on May 6th at 9 a.m. in the church parlors. Hostesses will be Mrs. Delnnr Fischer, Mrs. Eldin Marlow, Mrs. Kenneth Jackson, Mrs. Clinton Rath and Mrs. Joe Culbertson. A CLASSIFIED AO 1V1M, GET FAST RESULTS* MISS DEB Q. My older sister is graduating from high school. I know she's going to get all kinds of gifts she can use in college, but I'd like to give her something that's both personal and original. How can I be different without spending much money? A. Knowing what she likes and your own imagination probably will give you several good ideas. Here are a few to start \vith: Is she stage-struck? How about R-o tickets to a summer theater performance or to a special (for her) movie• If her hair is her crowning glory, treat her to a shampoo and set at her favorite shop. Make arrangements in advance, pay the bill after she's been there. If your budget is at rock-bottom, how about a gilt-edged certificate good for cleaning her room for a month? Or for ironing her summer skirts, blouses and shorts for two or three weeks? The thought's the thing, and whatever you decide she'll know it's really from you! Q. Help! I need to lose ten pounds immediately! I'm willing to practically starve if only I can be a size smaller in less than two weeks. Please tell me a good diet. A. .Sorry we don't believe in it. Starving that is. The only effect we know it's had on girls who've tried it is to make them sick, ill-tempered, or both! Hardly the kind of companion anyone would want For the Big Occasion ynii mii^t he thinking r.hnut. A well -balanced diet (no snacks or sweets * and exercise are the cnmhinatinn that takes e\tr.i pounds off slmvly-and sensiblv! For anything more drastic than this, check with your doctor. Q. One of the families I baby sit for has four children. The parents are quite insistent about my checking on them every hour after they're in bed. Usually when I start doing my homework I forget all about the time. Making sure they're all right is part of my job, too. What can I do that will help me remember to look in on them every hour? A. Use the same reminder tli.i: gets you up in the morning —your alarm clock! Take one with you — or ask your client to put one in the living room while you're there. Set it to ring periodically so you can make your "rounds." One warning: The alarm should be loud enough for you to hear but soft enough so it doesn't waken the youngsters. It'll be a reminder, too, that you should finish your science homework and get on to history or social studies! (For anstfers to other question! on grooming, beauty and baby sitting, write for your ttt'o-in-otie guidebook, "Sitting Beauty." Send 35 cents to: "Sitting Beauty," Box 55 l-P, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Nee- nab, Wisconsin.) [ Council MinutM j The city council met with Mayor Finn and the following council members: Muckey, Andreasen, Cook, BaldusandPeirce. Absent: Elbert. Minutes of last meeting were approved. Authorized the Supt. of Public Improvements to cooperate with the contractors building the new post office, in the construction of a driveway approach from Call street. Authorized the sale of the alleys in Blk. 11 & 12 O. P. of the City of Algona. Glen Rike and B. Wlbben bought the alleys. Liquor license for Tall Paul's was approved. Cigarette permit for National Food Store was approved. Algona Municipal Utilities quarterly report was read and placed o»ffile in the clerk's office. £vv; Authorized the purchase of a mower for the Sewage Treatment Plant. Instructed City Clerk to send notice to the Chicago & Northwestern Ry. Co. to clean their yards here in Algona from papers and other trash. Mayor appointed the sanitation committee to study the city dump site and make recommendations to the council for improvements In this area. Annual cemetery report was read and placed on file in the clerk's office. Authorized A. Boekelman and R. Groen to attend Police shoot at Camp Dodge in Des Moines, la. Authorized City Clerk to attend Finance officers meeting in Des Moines, la. May 13 and 14, Moved and seconded the meeting adj. D. A. Smith, City Clerk APPROPRIATING RESOLUTION #1124, April 28th, 1965 GENERAL Finn, Salary 112.50 Smith, Salary 234.36 Sands, Salary 118.78 la. State Bank, Whold. . . 43.90 W. Finn, Expenses .... 21.00 NW Bell, Telephone .... 22.10 Plan Hold Corp, Files . . . 33.60 Ribbon & Carbon, Sup. . .. 2.47 STREET Burtis, Salary 150.16 Frambach, Salary 138.40 Helmers, Salary 138.21 Lashbrook, Salary 187.59 Pergande, Salary 179.49 Prew, Salary 157.96 Wibben, Salary . . . . '. .. 134.31 la. State Bank, Whold. . .. 98.40 Rlcklefs-Geelan, Ins 7.06 NW Bell, Telephone .... 11.85 ROAD USE TAX H. M. Brown Co., Sup.... 290.39 Gibbs-Cook, Repairs 16.40 K & W Farm Service, Gasoline 183.55 George MeVay, Hauling.. 503.50 Sankey, Asphalt 132.00 Swaney Equip., Repairs... 46.65 Welp & McCarten, Rock Chips 1,261.44 PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary .... Bulten, Salary Gerdes, Salary Hutchison," Salary.... Jorgenson, Salary .... Rasmussen, Salary .... Elbert, Salary Willey, Salary Volgt, Salary ........ la. State Bank, Whold. . . Trust & Agency, Pension.. Rlcklefs-Geelan, Ins. . . . Algona UDM, Subscription Koch Bros., Supplies. . . . NW Bell, Telephone .... Algona Ins. Agency, Ins.. Algona Fire Dept., Services SANITATION 226.91 170.68 147.33 171.31 182.18 161.56 34.07 15.00 161.25 105.90 13.94 14.12 4.00 2.86 26.73 117.32 507.00 Leeck, Salary 176.17 Courtney, Salary 92.87 la. State Bank, Whold. . . 13.30 NW Bell, Telephone. . . . 10.50 Lalng's Plbg., Service. . . 15.00 Reilly Bros., Snow Removal 17.50 SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, Salary. . , . .. 147.76 Lemkee, Salary 200.50 la. State Bank, Whold. . . 20.00 NW Bell, Telephone. . . . 11.85 Spencer Grocer, Supplies.. 25.00 PUBLIC AUCTION May 15, 1965, 1:00 P.M. At Mervin Cronan residence, 510 W, College St., Algona, Iowa Personal property described as: 1939, 3 ton Chevrolet tryck with new block, 1947 '/a ton International pickup truck, old John Deere tractor, 12 foot aluminum boat and trailer, 2 outboard motors, Clinton chain saw, 12 gauge Harrington single barrel shotgun and case, 16 gauge Winchester single barrel shotgun and case, 22 Winchester rifle, some ammunition, 2 electric drills, about 20 good used tires, several electric motors, large quantity of carpenter and mechanic tools — many of which have never been used. Antique}: lamps and lanterns, dishes, driving buggy harness and many new harness parts. FURNITURE: Numerous miscellaneous items of old household goods and furnishings. Sale being held for purpose of liquidating Mervin C. Cronan estate. No property to be removed until settled for. Security State Bonk , Iowa, Clerk Donald Maasdam, Administrator Ed Anderson, Auctioneer (34-351 RECREATION BoldHdge, Salary 97.02 la. State Bank, Whold. . . 3.60 DEBT SERVICE Davenport Bank & Trfct, Interest ^ 349.00 City State Bank, Interest ^ . . 217.50 Central Natl. Bank & Trust, Interest 320.00 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 197.17 Nauholz, Salary 51.26 la. State Bank, Whold. . . 28.90 Trust & Agency, Pension... 2.28 Sign Service & Supply, Posts 76.44 filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 26th day of April, 1965. Donald Maasdam Administrator of saldEstate Algona, Iowa Winkel &• Winkel Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa Date of second publication 6th day of May, 1965. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patterson, Nashville, Tenn., became parents of their third child, Roy Allen, Jr., April 16. Mrs. Harriet Patterson is a grandmother, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuler are great-grandparents. RtPOBT Of CQNDITIOH OT EXCHANGE STATE BANK of Wesley in the State of Iowa at the close of business on April 28. 1983. A 8 B t T 8 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash Itemi In nroc- ess of collection 2. United States Government obligations, "direct~~8nri "guaranteed 3 Obligations of States and poll'tlc-al subdivisions 8. Loans and discounts (Including $629 nfi overdrafts) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TH2 STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8687 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF William A. Barry, Sr. Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 26th day of April, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bear- Ing date the 28th day of March, 1953, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 29th day of April 1965. Mary E. Barry Executor of said Estate Algona, Iowa McMahon & Cassel Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication llth day of May, 1965 (33-35) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8695 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Mervin C. Cronan, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, tor allowance, and unless so NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS Sealed bids will be received until 8:00 o'clock P. M., May 27, 1965. at the office of the Trustees of the Armstrong Benefited Fire District in the Counties of Emmet and Kossuth, State of Iowa in the Town Hall in Armstrong, Iowa, for the purchase of Benefited Fire District Bonds of the Armstrong Benefited Fire District, in the principal amount of $25,000.00 at which time such bids will be referred to the Trustees of the Armstrong Benefited Fire District at Its meeting to be then held at the Town Hall In the Town of Armstrong, Emmet County, Iowa, and in said ArmstrongBenefitedFire District and after the receipt and the consideration of open bids the bonds will be sold to the highest bidder for cash. Said bonds will be dated June 1, 1965, bearing interest payable on June 1, 1966, and semiannually thereafter and maturing $2,500.00 on June 1, of each of the years 1966 to 1975 inclusive, with the right reserved to the Armstrong Benefited Fire District to call and redeem said bonds prior to maturity in whole or from time to time in part in numerical order on any interest payment date on or after June 1, 1966 on terms of par and accrued interest. Bidders should specify the interest rate or rates for the bonds and all other circumstances being equal, preference will be given to the bid of par and accrued Interest or better which specifies the lowest rate or rates. The Armstrong Benefited Fire District will furnish the approving opinion of Fitzgibbons and Fitzgibbons, Attorneys at Law, Estherville, Iowa, the purchaser to furnish the printed bonds, and all bids should be so conditioned. Certified check drawn on a solvent state or national bank payable to the order of the Armstrong Benefited Fire District for two per cent (2%) of the amount of the bonds must be furnished by bidders as a guarantee of good faith, this amount to be forfeited to the Armstrong Benefited Fire District by the successful bidder upon failure to take up and pay for the bonds when ready. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. Published by order of the Trustees of the Armstrong Benefited Fire District and dated April 26, 19C5. Vern Dahms, Trustee Loren Clayton, Trustee Fabian Brandenburg, Trustee (Published April 29 and May 6, W65, in The Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines). 11 Bank premises $11.31742 Other assets owned lino, furniture and ffxtures 148.532.41 1SO.OOO.OO 112.585 .M 870,827.79 11.318.42 1.547.38 12. TOTAL ASSETS 1,284.791 52 LIABILITIES 13 Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations _ 74248830 14 Time and savings deposits of Individuals, partnerships". and corporations 25879484 15. Deposits of United States Government (including "poVtal savings) j S87 j 9 10 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 128,28844 18 Certified and officers' checks, etc 33S Bfl 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS ~.~."~/.$U3i.5lY.49 (a) Total demand deposits $ 872.719.85 (b) Total time and savings deposits ...$258,794.64 24, TOTAL LIABILITIES 1,131,514.49 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 23. Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value JM.000.00 28. Surplus .'.7. Undivided Profits 30.000.00 90.000.00 43.277.03 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 163.277.03 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,294,791.52 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for purposes {Including notes ami bills redlscounted and securities sold with agreement to repurchase) 100,000.00 }7 (a) Loans as shown above are after deduction of valuation reserves of „ 14,124.51 We T.. H. Klein, President, and D. T.. Klein. Cashier, of the above- named bank do solemnly swear that thts report of condition Is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. L. H. Klein, President. D. L. Klein, Cashier. Correct—Attest: J. W. Goctz Herman Bode Ben G. Studer I.ael T. Root D. L. Klein L. H. Klein Directors. State of Iowa, County of Kossuth, ss_: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 3rd day of May, 1965. and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission expires July 4, 1966. Laura A. Klein, Notary Public. SAND BOX SPECIAL As a special project, the Atgona Junior Chamber of Commerce will make available children's play sand boxes. These will be made with tractor "tires for the enclosure with an adequate supply of fine clean sand. Price complete and installed to anyone in Algona. Only $3.50 each Please phone your order to Tom Kissuer, project chairman, 295-7166 or 295-3737 or leave order at Carson's for Color. Installations will be made Saturday, May 8 and May 15. BE SURE TO ATTEND ALGONA AUTO SHOW MAY 8-9 SEE OUR SPECIAL FACTORY DISPLAY FEATURING A CUTAWA MOTORIZED PLYMOUTH EN & MANY OTHER OUTSTANDING SEE WH BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR FREE CAR - 9 MAKES TO CHOOSE FROM KEN'S AUTO SERVICE/ j ALGONA

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