The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1965 · Page 12
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(lo.) Upp»r DM Mdlnef thurtdey, S«p). e, 1965 New Vehicle Fees Are Outlined By Motor Dept. New motor vehicle registration laws that went into effect in lo^-a July 4 are expected to produce an estimated one million dollars additional revenue for Iowa's 99 counties within the next 12 months, according to County Treasurer, Rosella Voigt. This Information was released recently by Jack Leverenz,, Deputy commissioner, Iowa Department of Public Safety, and act- Ing director of Die department's motor vehicle registration division. The additional income will come from both new motor vehicle registration fees that lie- came effective and from the larger percentage the 19G5 Legislature permitted Iowa's county treasurers to keep from all fees collected during the year. Based on predicted 1965-66 transactions, the Polk county treasurer's office, alone, would have an additional income of nearly $85,000. Although this additional money is required to be turned over to each county's general fund, purpose of the increase was to provide Iowa's county treasurer's with much-needed funds to Improve their office operation and to secure the additional personnel to cope with the increased work load. The public is apparently not too well aware of the new fees a,id every effort is being made to publicize the state's motor vehicle fee Increases. Here are the major areas involved: 1. Transferring the title of a currently registered vehlcle-- now $1. 2. Obtaining title for a new vehicle from "manufacturer's statement of origin" (the dealer is to provide this)--now $1. 3. Registering and titling a vehicle brought into Iowa from out of state—now $1.50. Individuals moving into Iowa are subject to registration in their county of residence within the month of entry into the state. 4. Registering specially constructed or reconstructed ve- hlcles—$1.50. This category includes all vehicles made from parts of other vehicles, body changes and all major altera tlons. 5. Transfer of a vehicle by "operation of law" (by inheritance, bankruptcy, Judgement and repossession)--now $1.50. All lien notations were formerly $1, but are now given different classifications in the law and require different fees. All liens noted at the time the title is Issued—for either a new or used vehlcle--are $1 each for 6EHL ROTARY SHREDDERS Gehl now offers you two new rotary shredders for weeds, grass and pasture clipping as well as stalk shredding. These Clean-Cut Shredders are available in a 72-inch model which easily handles two rows of stalks and the giant 144-inch unit that cuts a full four rows. CC-6 The handy 6-ft. Clean-Cut gives you 20% more cutting capacity than the conventional 60-in. shredders. Available in either pull-type or pick-up models, the Gehl is especially useful in controlling the corn borer. CC-1S One of the many features of the 12-ft. Clean-Cut Shredder is the "V" shield attached to the rear bottom side of the hood. With the "V" in place, you get perfect spreading with your shredding. Without it, you leave an even windrow. A heavy-duty hitch enables you to pull a disc behind the shredder. Stop in soon. Ask to see the new Gehl Clean-Cut ... the right move in rotary shredding. Make uc Prov* H «rfth a Demonstration 1 JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT South of Algona Hotel - ALGONA, IA. DICKY DAISY wv! YOU'RE ST*«HO, DICKY- i NEVER KNEW AVM,VT AIN'T ME, DAISY - VTU -THE MILK Of IONPHESS TVE BEEN PRIMK1N6 FROM A TMI AMHIMAM ITNOtCAIl IM. f Folk* of ell agei need ~ and like - H«m*fenl*e* < Milk. Itrve It with every meal. each lien. Liens noted thereafter are $1.50 each. Wherever the word "vehicle" Is used, Leverenz emphasized, It means trucks, busses, truck tractors, motorcycles, motor bikes, trailers, mobile homes, travel and camping trailers- all these as well as private passenger cars, and all Included In the motor vehicle registration fee operation. Hardy Man Is New Principal, Burf School BURT - Dean James, Hardy, has been hired as principal for the Burt Community school. Mr. James Is a graduate of the University of Iowa and has taught three years in the Boone Valley school, two years at Eagle Grove and one year at Humboldt. He Is married and he and his wife are the parents of four children. They are continuing to make ther home at Hardy and Mr. James will communte each day. - o - Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen spent the weekend at Alta where they were Joined by other relatives from Paton, Cherokee, Newell and Storm Lake for a family gathering. Mr. and Mrs. James Fredricksen and family, Rockwell, spent the past week at the parental E. P. Fredrickson and L. H. Riedel homes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMullen, Cheryl and Ronnie, Northwood, were overnight guests at the parental G. H. McMullen home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton spent from Sunday to Tuesday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Nelle Hartman, Waverly. They were joined by other relatives Sunday. The Don Mitchells left the end of the week for a 3-week stay at their island cabin In Canada. Lt. and Mrs. Gerold Skaggs and family have returned from their stay at Guam and are at present visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blelch. Mrs. Joan Schwieger purchased the used clothing formerly known as Nadine's used clothing and is now in business in the building formerly occupied by Engstrom Electric. .It is now know as Joan's Used Clothing. James Lacy, Los • Angeles, spent the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlem Lacy, and Mrs. Rena Buell. Mrs. Ella Meyer spent several days the past week with her daughter and family, Rev. Henry Frledrichs, Marcus. Mr. and Mrs. Al Hinckley accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinckley, Des Moines, and Duane Hinckley, Fort Dodge, to Yankton, So. Dakota Saturday where they spent the weekend with their daughter and sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. James Brehm. Sunday, they were joined by other relatives for a family gathering. Mr. and Mrs. HarleyTroutman and family, Algona, moved this weekend into the Clifford Schrader home, formerly occupied by the Richard Burmeisters. Mr. Troutman is employed in Algona and Mrs. Troutman is on the faculty at the Burt school. The Gordon Happels moved to Humboldt Saturday where they will make their home. He is employed at Fort Dodge. The Andreasen home vacated by the Happels is now the home of Dean Jurgens family, Dr. Robert Melville, Washington, D. C. joined his family the past week at the home of Mrs. Melville's mother, Mrs. Helen Vogel. At the end of their visit her, the family will accompany Dr. Melville to their home. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller attended final rites at Humboldt for Virgil Giddings, long-time employee of the Felco Co. at Fort Dodge. Mr, Giddings was well known in Burt as he called here often. Mrs. Elsie Lockwood is staying at the Arnold Clark home, Spencer, caring for her granddaughters, Rocheile, Jennifer and Colette, while their parents are in Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis are enjoying a fishing vacation in Canada. News never takes a holiday and this newspaper continues to bring that news to your home throughout the year, as it happens. Newspapers are more than purveyors of news; they also have a hand in creating it by digging it out of news sources who don't realize they have a news story. To a newspaper, service to the community is always paramount. OTTOSEN By Mrs. Donald Usher iiiimiitiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiffliiiiiiiimniinmiiiiiiniiniiniitiini!^ United Presbyterian Women will serve a ham supper Thursday, Sept. 2, at 5 o'clock. Suzanne Oppedahl began work Monday as a medical secretary at Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tofteberg, Harlan, Gloria and Dallas visited relatives at Osage and Kasson, Minn, and saw the clocks at Spillvllle. They were gone from Wednesday until Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Evenson, Jeannette and Danny enjoyed a vacation from Tuesday until Thursday. They rented a houseboat for a 24-hour period where they had the pleasure of a different kind of living. They fished and saw the Indian mounds at McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Besch of Rodman are parents of a son, Mark, who was born Aug. 26 at the hospital at Emmetsburg. They have a daughter Marsha who is nearly eight years old. Mrs. Besch is the former Ruby Zaugg and taught here several years. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Klnseth, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth, Mrs. Olvin Haug and Mr. and Mrs. Mount 0. Klnseth of Algona attended the wedding of Lt. (J- g.) °f the U. S. N. Wm. Tuck and Gall Floen at Omaha Saturday night. They stayed overnight with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehr- spann and family spent Sunday at Des Moines where they visited the capitol building and seeing the many items of interest at the historical building. Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug, Calvin and Dwayne returned Thursday after spending a week with A/lc and Mrs. Peter Oppedahl at Colorado Springs, Colo. They also enjoyed sight-seeing and came home through the Black Hills. The Ladles Rural club met Thursday with Mrs. Mike Coyle, their first meeting this fall. Pfc. Roger Wehrspann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrspann, called his parents Wednesday to say he was enroute to Viet Nam. Percy Watnem attended an elevator directors clinic at Des Moines Tuesday. That evening he and Mrs. Watnem attended the State Fair. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Faulk. Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Wat- nem visited Mr. and Mrs. Thorn Watnem at Burlington. Thursday and Friday they were at Clear Lake. Mrs. Merle Halsrud has been a medical patient at Lutheran hospital for about three weeks. Sunday night, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby visited her. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme were Sunday dinner guests at the Roger Madsen home at Sheffield. They celebrated Mr. Alme's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson and children enjoyed visiting relatives and friends in Iowa and Minnesota from Tuesday until the end of the week. They saw a Twins game Friday night. Their baby, Teresa, stayed with the Allen Wehrspanns. Mrs. Paul Espinosa, Debbie, Ann and Peter of Mason City visited Margaret Holt Tuesday and Wednesday. They were all Wednesday dinner guests at the Bernard Jacobs home at Bradgate, along with Mr. and Mrs. Thad Hall of Columbus, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart and family were Sunday night visitors at the Silas Banwart home at West Bend. James Banwart's brother, Leslie, Is home from the hospital after spending a week there with a broken nose, the result of an accident. Mr. and Mrs.LeonTerwllliger and two daughters have moved to the Faber farm owned by Ralph Olson between Ottosen and Bode. They had been living in the Shipley house in town. Mr. and Mrs. Bueford Barnhart and Alecia of Colesburg spent the weekend at the Verne Waechters. Mrs. Barnhart is a former classmate of Mrs. Waechter. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Olson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Norrls at Mason City. It was a farewell dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johanson and family who are going back to Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Struthers ' and family were Sunday guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hanson at Ankeiiy. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich and Edwin were Sunday guests at the Paul Berninghaus home at Ft. Dodge. INVINCIBLE .METAL NITURE frftnchjtei) dealer — Upper (He* ' Moines Pub. Cto. I'm going to school A please drive carefully/ • f .,,, At Yoirt Tavorite food Store or Super MaHrtt Anderson-Erickton Dairy Co. 1 LOW-COST WAY TO AN * EFFICIENT HOUSEHOLD! Kitchen Extension Phone $ t?!r'" 1 ' and installitlon. TO ORDER, call the telephone business office, or ask your telephone man. /*S\ '* A Northwestern Bell iimwmmlnlllHmlHii PORTLAND By Mrs. Victor Pitch Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moore left Wednesday on a week's tour that took them to Hoopston, 111. where they visited Clyde's four brothers and families, Therman, Duane, Bob and Ralph, and a sister and family, the Leroy Phillips of Ambia, Indiana, also an uncle, Kirk Moore, who is now 84 years old, On their way home they spent Tuesday night with a daughter and family, the Duane Grosses at Indianola. Levant Moore and girls and Leona Haase left Saturday for Sioux Falls, So. Dak. where they visited Levant's uncle and cousins. They went to the Black Hills and Bad Lands, through Nebraska, Wyoming and into Colorado, visiting Rev. and Mrs. Willis Phelps and family at Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haack and David of Lone Rock took care of the chores while the Moores were away. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen and Richard Grosser were Friday supper guests In the Victor Fitch home. This was In honor of the Andreasen's second wedding anniversary and Korene Fitch's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Schmidt visited in the Ray Fitch home Sunday evening. Need Money to BUILD OR EXPAND? Get a Loan You Can Live with! Expansion can mean extra profits—and the way you ex-: pand can make the difference. A Land Bank loan on land lets you grow safely, profitably. Check these modern features: • Long Term—Low Payments • No Penalty for, Payment in Advance • Low Cost—No Fees or Commissions • Mortgage Protection Life Insurance Is Available When you need money to buy land, pay debts, buy equipment or for other farm or family needs, see us for a LAND BANK LOAN •Sff/f r/// LA1MDBATVJK •/,;//• /V///V // E. H. HUTCHINS, Manager Helen Haas -:• Larry Severson (South of Pennys in Algona) Make Strong Communities 'For it is better to suffer /or doing right, if tKa$ should be .'Goti's'iwfl,' '... than for doing wrong." — Peter 3:17 We live in an age of the "easy way". We are constantly scrambling about, looking for an easier way to wash clothes, dry dishes, paint houses, grow crops, keep books, or make a better mousetrap. Yet, rest easy, the machine will never do our thinking for us. Unless we feed specific data into a computer, rest assured that it will not be able to evaluate a problem and indicate right from wrong. We have a built-in evaluator—our conscience. We cannot disregard it. It pains us, or it nags us, when we willingly take the easy way rather than the right way. We may suffer sometimes; we may lose money or friendships because we chose to be right; but it is suffering short- lived and with absolute rewards. Read your BIBLE dally and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES; HUTZELL CITIES SERVICE Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Phone 295*2827 — Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boy» POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC Q. B. Harmei "Super Speed" TooU FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Morton ROM, Mgr. COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 19 & lc)9 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295*3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver — Massey-Ferguson GMC Trucks — Firestone Tires — Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS, ASSN. Your Friend — Before and After the Fire ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors — Trvcks — Farm Eejuipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds — We Buy Eggs and Poultry 216 West State Street, 295*5206 BENNIE B. WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckqrt St. - Algona, Iowa SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Take* Care of Your Feet" Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169

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