The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1965 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 14, 1965
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Algona, (le.) Upper bet Moines- Tuetciay, Sept. 14, 1965 Mayor, Council All To Stand For Reelection With the election date, Nov» 2, still about a month and a half away, Algona Mayor Bill Finn and four councilman indicated this week they will all seek re-election to their posts, Besides Mayor Finn, the terms of Stan Muckey, first ward; Joe Elbert, third ward; and councilmen-at-large Ken Peirce and Howard Miller all end Dec. 31. Mayor Finn will complete his first full term this winter, while Muckey has served since 1958, Elbert and Peirce since 1959 and Miller was appointed in June this year to fill a vacancy created when Everett Baldus resigned and moved to Fort Dodge. Voters will go to the polls in all four wards of the city to elect not only a mayor and four councilmen, but a couple of other men who will serve on the park commission. Charles Sheakley is a current member of the board whose term ends this year. A check with City Clerk Dave Smith disclosed that no petitions have been taken out for any candidates, but it is early and it doesn't take long to obtain the necessary small number of signatures. Deadline for filing petitions is Oct. 5 - but they may be taken out and circulated anytime now. According to Smith, Muckey, Elbert and Peirce will be seeking 4-year terms, while Finn and Miller will serve 2-year terms if elected. Besides the mayor and four councilmen, no other candidates have indicated they will file for the posts. Algona Girl Returns From Europe Trip Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele entertained a group Sunday evening, including Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins and Mrs. C. C. Shierk. Their daughter, Marianna, had arrived Thursday following a trip to Europe, where she participated in study and travel. Colored slides were shown of the many places Marianna visited, while she told of her travels. She had taken more than 400 slides of scenery, buildings, countryside and people. On display were a number of items Marianna brought back. These included a set of dolls from Germany, a hand-made glass necklace from Venice, earrings, a little pewter pitcher, some money pieces, and Hummels, as well as other articles. Marianna left Chicago June 15 to go to Montreal, where she boarded a ship to England, where she schooled at Oxford. She also took some schooling at the University of Austria in Vienna. She visited Moscow, Warsaw, a number of towns in Italy and Germany, as well as Switzerland. She also visited East Berlin. Her favorite country was Austria, both for scenery and people. Marianna hope s to return and spend time the re in the future. In Germany, she traveled from Munich across the country to Selb, where she spent time with Robbie Hutchins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins, who was recently married, Some of the slides included pictures of the newly-weds. Paris was the last stop on the continent and tours were taken of the city and surrounding area, Marianna boarded a plane there to fly directly to Chicago, then to come to visit her family here. She returned to Chicago Tuesday to resumo her work in the library of Chicago University, At Workshop Representatives of four cooperative elevators in this area attended a tl»ree*day Director's Workshop at Vacation Village on West Okoboji recently. They were Mr. and Mrs, Hans Baago, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs, Ervin Gerber and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arend, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fischer, Lone Rock; and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson, Wesley. It was sponsored by the Farmers Grain Dealers Assn. and Farmers Elevator Service Co. Rev. Kollasch Of Whittemore To Korea Post REV. KOLLASCH Rev. Eugene C. Kollasch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Kollasch, Whittemore, returned to the United States last week. Father Kollasch recently completed studies leading to the Doctor of Theology degree at the Pontifical Gregorian University. Sunday, Sept. 5, during the 9 o'clock mass, a departure ceremony was held. Father Kollasch will report to Korea, Sept. 17, where he is assigned to teach in the major seminary. Rev. Philip Dailey, pastor of St. Michael's parish presented the mission cross to Father Kollasch. Rev, George Haas, S. J, Mission Procurator, Minneapolis, preached the sermon. 9 From Area Attend State ASCS Confab The State ASCS Conference was held in Des Moines Sept, 1-9. Personnel from the Kossuth ASCS office who attended were Curtis P. Haahr, office manager; Edith Christiansen, Phyllis Wiegand, Hazel Parrott, clerks; Cletus Miller, bin site supervisor; Richard I. Anderson, George V. Wolf, Marvin Simonsmeier and George Det- mering, couniy commmeemen. The theme of the Conference was: "Farm Programs Keep Rural America Strong." The Conference was attended by ASCS personnel from every county in Iowa, Washington personnel and visiting state ASC committeemen from Wisconsin, Illinois, South Dakota and Nebraska, Vice President Hubert Humphrey spoke to the group on the last day of their meeting. Lakofa Youth, 17, Succumbs To Surgery Neil E. Smith, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, Jr. of Lakota, passed away at Buffalo Center hospital, Sept. 2. He had been transferred there after surgery at Rochester, several weeks ago. Services were held Saturday, Sept. 4, at Lakota. Neil would have been a senior in Ledyard high this fall. Surviving are his parents, a brother Mark, two sisters, Inez and Susan at home, and his grandmother, Mrs. Roland Smith, Sr. Pallbearers were Ervin Klinksiek, Ted Wallentine, LaVern Edwards, Cyril Miller, Lloyd Rosenau and Fred Bauman. Lightning Strikes Home SWEA CITY - AboUofUght- ning struck a Swea City farm home shortly after noon Thursday igniting newspapers in the kitchen and causing extensive smoke damage. Swea City firemen were called at 1:30 p.m. to the home of Mrs. Glen Burt, northwest of Swea City. Fred Albers, fire chief, said it appeared lightning struck on the outside of the home and followed an electrical outlet to the kitchen. Papers on the cupboard were ignited. Minor fire damages were reported in the kitchen area. Con way Bros. Opens Securities Office Here Conway Brothers - First of Iowa Corporation, Des Moines Investment Firm, has opened a new office at 108 N. Moore St., Algona, under the management of Ray Anliker, West Bend. . Anliker has been employed by the firm for three years in the Algona area, and will continue to work his usual territory in addition to maintaining office hours in the new office. The firm maintains 10 offices throughout the state and has 45 representatives throughout the state, The company specializes in Iowa Securities and Mutual Funds but also handles all American and New York stocks. The new office opened for business Monday. Algonons Attend Kiwanis Conventions Mr, and Mrs. Wes Bartlett left Sunday for three days in Chicago, where they will attend the convention of the Illinois- Eastern Iowa District of Kiwanis International. An International trustee, Mr, Bartlett will be the official representative and will deliver the key-note address at the opening of the convention, The convention of the Nebraska-Iowa District of Kiwanis International will take place in Des Moines Sept. 18-19, The Bartletts will attend the convention. John Hayes, member of the Algona Kiwanis club, will be a candidate for governor-elect of the Nebraska-Iowa District and will be presented by the Algona Kiwanis Club and Division 4. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hayes will attend the convention iri Des Moines. BANANA TREE A two year old banana tree, a gift from Florida to Dr. M. A. Courley, Fontanelle, has grown to a height of eight feet. It grew outdoors last winter there and is continuing to do well in Iowa climate and soil. HOMES FOR RENT: 3 Bedrm - 822 E. North . . . . . $65.00 Mo. 2 Bedrm - 516 s. Thorlngton $85.00 Mo. 2 Bedrm - on Irvington Road $75.00 Mo. 1 Bedrm - 310 S. Ridgley $50.00 Mo. HE REST REAL ESTATE (68) FOR RENT - 200 acre farn. modern buildings, crop and livestock share lease, Pocahontas County. Write to Box 157 Humboldt, Iowa. (68H*) FOR RENT - 3 Bedroom modern house in Algona. LAWRENCE MILLER. Ph. 295-3945. 68tfn. FOR Rent - 324 Acre Farm, about 1 mile from Co-op Elevator in Wesley, la. Prefer stock farmer. Box 83, Wesley, la. (65tf) Cord of Thanks CLMSIFIH MVEimiH FOR RENT HOUSE FOR RENT - 6 rooms and bath - no furnace. Contact DR. M. I. LIGHTER, Ph. 152, Burt, la. (68-69*) FOR RENT - 2 Bedroom Duplex. Available now. Call 295-9152 after 2 p. m. (68tfn) FOR RENT - 200-Acre Farm, Modern Buildings, crop and livestock share lease, Pocahontas County. Write to Box 157, Humboldt, la. (68H*) CARD OF THANKS We want to thank our friends and relatives for their sympathy, cards, spiritual bouquets, flowers, food and help during our recent loss of husband and father. Mrs. Walter Wood and Family. (68*) CARD OF THANKS I extend my heartfelt thanks to all of my friends, neighbors and relatives for the visits, flowers, cards and food while I was in the hospital and at home. Also, many thanks to the hospital staff and Dr. Bourne. Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas. (68*) CARD OF THANKS A sincere thanks to all relatives and friends for their cards, prayers, letters, visits, gifts and other acts of kindness during my stay at the hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mrs. NickGengler. (68) ATTENTION FARMERS BOOK YOUR CO-OP OR GOLDEN SUN FALL CATTLE FEED NOW! PROTECT YOURSELF ON PRICE! MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday off this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn in 1.08 out 1.12 No. 2 Yellow Corn in 1.10 out 1.14 No. 2 White Oats (new) in .68 out .72 November Beans 2.30 WHITTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and Sun Feeds Tele. 295-5614 For top performance CC-O? i, fuel oil, oil* ufti. lulwicants 295-7021 CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS - EXCEPT DURING HARVEST TIME.

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