Files District Court Suit For JflJU d :i sr to: S* «St£t» 't LI -r li?f tv: 2173 i^ i?v4. H. E. Hai _~^- * ta. C. SX Tie iii".', ?-Xiii O. DIT.J, IT-J — - •'•i-*-* 3 "•«•* %_--••» •— - *v- ••£•,« — V f * -t"T* j-r-4.— ^J>» «lw * » i ---:.*, * T | ---*'-- Mrs. :>:-4 v. Mr. ixl ttrs, til i h-s^r vis slz saai3 ^re£22ut at &* tine. Acccrin^ to fee peutioc, a* pr&giiAi>cy *-is ccmal. Tbe peUU^: says tfae baby ^is 4ef -rired of a normal life 'iae to the fid that a muscle stimulator caused contractions that aflected the unborn baby arrf resulting in premature birth. A trial by jury is asked. A Fort Dodge law firm represents the plaintiff. Burt Taxes To Be Much Lower During 1966 Br.rt residents have found the town budget estimate for 1966 considerably below last year. The Burt town council met at a special session recently to complete the estimate for the budget and set Aug. 2, at 8 p.m. at Burt town hall as the time for a public hearing. The total estimated budget is $76,000, considerably down from a year ago. Of this, only $14,190 will have to be raised through taxation. The amount to be raised by taxes, with the increase in taxable valuations, will show a decline of approximately one-third in the m til age rate. The millage rate will be slightly over 20 fot-the coming year compared to the 30 plus the past year. Tbe balance of the estimated budget of > 58, 200 will come from an estimated Income such as the sales of utilities and from a balance of $3,600 oo hand. The amount raised by taxziloo last year vas $19,734, Tbe taxable valuation at properties exclusive of agricultural bads tad moneys ud credits, is $525,000 this year compared to OK $549,000 last year. Son-ln-Law Of Burt Man To New Post Dr. Thomas Johns, University of Dutnque vice president for planning iQd deveiflfXDeBt 3n< ^ son-in-law of Bay McWhorter, vttU-koown Bart man, has resigned his position at Doboque. He has accepted the position of executive vice president at Missouri Valley College, Marshall, Ho, Or. Johns, wbo was ordained into the ministry ID 1956, has served his post at Dubuque since 1961. FARM SAFETY WEEK JULY 25 - 30 Make Every Week Farm Safety Week By Observing These Rules: FARM MACHINERY should always be kept in safe working order. CLOTHING that is loose fitting and torn should not be worn around machinery. FIRE HAZARDS are everywhere. Be FARM INSURANCE prevents total loss careful with smokes and matches. by keeping your farm fully covered. FARM BUILDINGS and your home should be kept in good repair at all times. THIS YEAR, LET'S HELP REDUCE THAT GRIM HARVEST OF FARM ACCIDENTS! LONE ROCK Co-Op Exchange L. W. GEITZENAUER, Mgr. * Bulk Feed * Bulk Fertilizer *Grain Drying * Seed * Storage * Grinding & Mixing Lone Rock, Iowa 925-3590 VIKING OIL CO. GAS - FUEL OIL - GREASE & LUBRICANTS COMPLETE TANK WAGON SERVICE Roy Stoeffel, owner Algona FARMERS ELEVATOR Featuring Felco Feeds • Top Prices for Grain • All Your Petroleum Needs • Bulk Feed Service -- BODE, IOWA 379-1754 Kossuth Mutual Insurance Assn. •BEST INSURANCE FOR LESS" Uila Scgffham $-3756 Algona FARMERS Service Center MERTON ROSS, Mgr. Professional Feeds 525 S. Phillips ALGONA, IA. Phone 295*3595 ERNIE WILLIAMS JOHN DEERE Quality Farm Equipment "Our Servicemen Are Factory Trained" * Seed 'Storage * Grinding * Mixing Highway 18 East ALGONA, IA. Phone 295-3561 Taylor Impl. Co. Behltn Farm Buildings - J. I. Case Implements Algona Flour & Feed Feeds — Seeds - Fertilizer — Baler Twine ALGONA, IOWA FEDERAL LAND BANK E. H. HUTCHINS, Mgr. LARRY SEVERSON, HELEN HAAS, Assistants 110$. Dodge ALGONA, IA. Phone 295-2627 ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES THE FARMERS FAVORITE NEWSPAPER FOR 100 YEARS 111 E. Call Algona, Iowa Phone 295-353$ WHITTEMORE Co-Op. Elevator Branch at Hobarton, Iowa LARRY TWEDT, Mgr. WHITTEMORE Phone 4111 JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT MASSEY FERGUSON - OLIVER FIRESTONE - G. M. C. 116 S. Thorington ALGONA, IA. Phone 295-2421 KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY DU WAYNE KLEIN, Owner 216 W. State ALGONA, IA, Phone 295-5206 BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT "We Service To Sell Again" • MINNEAPOLIS-MOLINE • NEW IDEA 1015 N. Main ALGONA, I A. Phone 295-3588 CARGILL INC. DALE KLEINGARTNER, Mgr. 419 S. Phillips ALGONA, IA. Phone 295-2741 •••••••••• ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. • INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Farm Equipment 1417 Commercial ALGONA, IA* Phont 295-3501 Tuesday, July 27, 1965 Algona (la.) Upper Des MoinM State Agrees To 83,1 Road Payment The Iowa Highway Commission last Wednesday authorized payment of nearly $23,000 as an excess-of-contract amount to the John T. McGuire Co. of Algona for work on a project in Kossuth County. The project involved widening of shoulders on U. S. Highway 18 east of Algona. The original contract called for $76,223. The percentage of excess above the original contract amounted to 34 per cent. The commission's construction engineer, W. W. Wickham, said the main item contributing to the extra cost was excavation which amounted to nearly $24,000 more than the estimate. He said the preliminary records on the project were destroyed in a flre at the commission's district office in Britt at a time when calculations for fte final estimates were in the final phase. 4-Year-Old Clawed By Cat BURT — The four-year-old son ol Mr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson of Burt was badly clawed about the head Wednesday afternoon by a stray cat. Several stitches were required to close some of the wounds on young Richard Johnson. The cat was caught after considerable chasing and will be impounded for 14 days. If the cat shows signs of rabies at that time, Richard will have to have a series of rabies shots. Town Marshal Walter Steward said It would be wise for all parents to watch cats and if any show queer or unusual actions to notify him at once. M A. Degree To Richard Furst, Ex-Algonan Richard Furst of Humboldt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst of Algona, was among more than 100 State College of Iowa business education graduates, graduate students, faculty and wives attending the third annual Business Education Graduate dinner, July 21, at the Holiday Inn Restaurant in Cedar Falls. Dr. Lloyd V. Douglas, head of the department of business and business education, introduced twelve graduate students receiving master of arts degrees at the SCI summer commencement, August 6. Richard Furst was one of the twelve to receive the M. A. degree. He is on the Humboldt school faculty. To Manage Elevator Ronald Jurgens of Eagle Grove has been hired as the new manager of. the Burt Co-Operative Elevator, as a successor to J, L. Miller wbo is retiring after more than 23 years as manager. Jurgens will assume his new duties Sept, 1. He is married and the family includes three children.
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