The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1965 · Page 5
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Thurtday, Sept. 16, 1965 Algona (la.) Upp«r DM Moln«*~S School District Reorganization Looms County School Supt. A. M. Quintard, members of the county school board and SOpersons representing public school boards from districts In south Kossuth met Wednesday evening, Sept. 8, at the courthouse here for a quiet discussion of reorganization and similar subjects. "We didn't solve any problems - and didn't intend to," stated Supt, Qulntard after the meeting. He continued, "our primary objective was to review reorganization Information that many present had not heard during the past 10 years." During the meeting, the county board stated it would be very happy to meet with any group which had a plan for its area. One of the more important items discussed was the method of an area becoming part of a school district, including circulation of petitions, voting, etc. Present school law in Iowa requires school districts without a high school to become part of a high school district before April 1,1966. Such areas in south Kossuth can be found in Lotts Creek, Prairie, Riverdale, Sherman and Whittemore townships. School board members from those areas were Invited and present at Wednesday's meeting, plus others. These areas may, by taking proper steps, attach themselves to an existing district before the deadline. Reason for reviewing the matter was the fact that most reorganization was completed about 10 years ago - and little said about it since - at least In public. It was pointed out that a school district, by state law, cannot operate If it has less than 300 students, with such children required to attend school in a larger, reorganized district after proper steps, including a vote, have been taken. This newspaper announced in an earlier story details on circulation of petitions for reorganization of four districts in north Kossuth - Greenwood, Ramsey, Bancroft and Ledyard. Petitioning will result in action by the f ARM EQUIP. Li* '. •• .., •.••,.-.- .« ••-.(, v T E county board, including a meeting for hearing objections to the plan, if any. If there are none and voters indicate they want reorganization with the necessary "yes" vote totals, the new district becomes a reality. An adjacent outline map shows the area of Kossuth county which is being proposed as a new Ledyard Community School District, and which would take In some of the county area not presently attached to a high school district. This is the area where voters will presumably decide whether or not they wish to form such a new district. Supt. Qulntard also stated Thursday, that no similar future meetings have been slated - but would be if necessary to get the true story of reorganization to the people. Still remaining on the drawing board, marked for future reference, is the so-called "final reorganization" program, after which Kossuth will likely wind up with two, or possibly three, public high schools. As yet, there-is no-way-of knowing when that reprgaiiizatlon wiU.be com?, pleted. USED MACHINERY SPECIALS 1—606 Lundell Chopper 1-IHC 64 Combine, PTO, w/ pickup & straw spreader 1—Kewanee 13 ft. 4 inch tandem disc 1-Kewanee 13' 4" tandem disc 1-N. Idea No. 20 mtd. Picker w/WD Allis mtgs. 1-MM 2-row Picker, A-1 1-8N 1952 FORD Tractor 1—1949 International 1 Ton Truck w/grain & stock rack See us on special deals on new Lundtll 8 ton running gears. 6-Ton Lundell Hoists Wagon Boxes 4-Row Lundell Stalk Choppers ALGONA FLOUR & FEED So, Phillips Algona USED MACHINERY MM 250 Husker $995 3-MM Huskers _ $425 - $625 2-ME mtd. Huskers, ea. $345 227 J. Deere mtd. Picker $995 2-MM Unl-Huskers _— $465 MM Unl-Hu»ker w/tract. $995 9' MM Unl Combine ... $795 65 CASE PTO Combine $775 A-6 CASE Combine „_- $295 12/A N. IDEA Spreader $185 t J, DEERE Spreader — $275 E MM PTO Sheller —, $995 E MM PTO Sheller $895 460 I.H.C. Tractor — $2850 '63 4 Star M-M w/wide front & 3 pt. hitch — $2450 UB M'M w/live power & live hyds $1445 '58 MM 5 Star w/LPTO PS & T.A, „,,-,,.- $2395 1948 U M-M „.....*. $725 1947 U M-M w/hyd, & New Tirei „,.,,.„-- $895 1946AJOHNDEERi,-$295 Auger Wagon „„„„,-.. $165 IHC No. 16 Plow, 3-14" $245 Heider Auger-Mixer Box $375 BUSCHER BROS, IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main AIGQNA School Elections (Continued from Page 1) votes. Both re-elected board members will serve three year terms. Herzog has been on the board since 1948 and Waterhouse has served about nine years. - o - TURNOVER AT LAKOTA Michael Christ, Jr., a farmer, was victor in a two-way race for the Lakota Consolidated school board post which had been held by Louis Price. Both Christ and Price had filed for the three year term, with Christ winning with 133 votes. Price garnered 54. Carl Gerzema, a board treasurer, was elected to a two year term, receiving 176 votes. He was unopposed. Raymond Hertzke received one write-in vote. There were a total of 189 votes cast. - o - WEST BEND CONTESTS H, P. Mertz, Arthur Banwart and Verner Wirtz were elected to the West Bend Community school board in a four-way contest with Arthur Anderson, The vote was: Mertz - 330; Banwart - 325; Wirtz - 286; and Anderson 210. Mertz is an incumbent. Banwart and Verner Wirtz will succeed Fred Wirtz and George Blake, who did not run for reelection. In a contest for treasurer, Mrs. Doris Cleal was re-elected with 258 votes. The other candidate was Mrs. Eunice Struecker, who received 142 votes. New Marine Ronald Waldera, 19, son of Mr, and Mrs, R.G, Waldera, Algona, has enlisted in the U.S. M.C, for a two year period, and 1$ now at San Diego where he will receive 12 weeks of training. The first eight weeks will consist of recruit training and (our of individual combat. After this time he will be granted a 20 day leave before being assigned to another post, St. Joe C.D.A. Holds First Fall Meeting ST. JOE - C.D.A. met Wednesday evening for their first meeting of the fall season, with grand regent Mrs. N.J. Weydert presiding. The court voted to give $10 as a patron of the 1966 Garri-, gold Year Book, sponsored the God-Country awards received by Charlene Thilge, Raymond Erpelding and Kenneth Erpelding. Forty-five new desks for the 7th and 8th grade students and a school movie projector was given to St. Joseph's school. Mrs. Willie Thilges will be courtesy chairman from Sept. to Dec. 8. Guest Night for officers of neighboring courts will be held Sept. 29 at 8:00, with officers in charge of arrangements. Reception of new members will be held Oct. 27, with application for membership presented ;tp the grand regent " by Oct. 13. Membership committee consists of Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas, Mrs. Eugene Zeimet, Mrs. Ted Hilbert, Mrs. Wm. McGuire and Mrs. Don nig. Following the meeting, Mrs. David McGuire gave a talk on confession. Mrs. Wm. B. Devine and Margaret Reidmiller received high and second high in 500 with Mrs. Maurice Reding receiving plate prize. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thul and family, Carroll, were weekend visitors in the parental homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul. Dwight Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas, underwent surgery for the removal of pins in a hip Friday in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Dwight is a freshman at Garrigan and will be on crutches for a time. Nicholas Weydert and Anton Weydert from here and Matt Weydert from Algona, left Tuesday via plane for Camerillo, Calif, to attend funeral services for their brother-in-law, Nick Kinsch, who died Sept. 6 after a short illness. His wife, the former Mary Weydert, four daughters and three sons survive. David Thul, Milpitas, Calif., is here this week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul and family and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Erpelding took their son, Raymond, 1965 Garrigan graduate, to St. John's University, Collegeville, Minn., Sunday where he is enrolled as a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner took their daughter, Mary Lou, to Mt. Mercy College, Cedar Rapids, Wednesday, where she is enrolled as a freshman. Mary Lou was a 1965 Garrigan graduate. Stella Mae O'Conner, Parsons, Kansas, and Donald Sodler, Fort Riley, Kansas, were visitors here the first of the week with Miss O'Conner's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. K.L. Kohlhaas, Tuesday noon. They were dinner guests at the home of a cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds and family. Also attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. K.L. Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Howard. Another Inch Of Rain - And Low Readings Rainfall continued to plague this area during the past couple of days, with a total of 1.81 inches registered at the official weather station, KLGA, Monday and Tuesday. The total raised to 2 1/2 inches the amount received in the Algona area in nine days - and continued to hamper maturing crops. The latest deluge in the past three days raised the total rainfall here to five inches in less than two weeks - and the mercury has continued to dip near early winter levels. The low mark during the past week was 30 degrees, while the high was 74. Here are the readings: Brother Of 2 Algona Women Dies At Britt Hensman Smidt, 50, Britt farmer, died Monday at the family home of his mother, Mrs. Emily Smidt. Services were at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Boughton Funeral Home, Britt. Dr. Bernard A. Rust, pastor of the Bethel Baptist church of Mason City, was to officiate with burial in Evergreen Cemetery. Mr. Smidt was born Feb. 9, 1915 at Britt, son of Henry and Emily (Heerkes) Smidt. Surviving are his mother; five brothers, Ole and Henry Smidt, Britt, and Louie, Ben and George Smidt, Mason City; six sisters, Mrs. William (Anna) Cook and Emily Block, Algona; Miss Helen Smidt, Mason City; Mrs. Louis (Lena) Brady, Kansas City, Mo,; Mrs. Ivan (Geraldine) Pitkin, Clear Lake; and 'Mrs. Thomas (Jenelle) Gourley, Mason City. Turkey Supper ARMSTRONG - St. Mary's Catholic church will hold their annual turkey supper on Sun., Sept. 19, at the Armstrong high school all purpose room with serving to begin at 4 p.m. Hold 'Cook-Out' Plum Creek Elite 4-H club held its annual "cook-out" on Saturday at Call State Park, with mothers of the members as guests. Pledge Fraternities In fraternity pledging, completed Saturday at Iowa State University, Alan Holt of Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holt, Is listed as pledge to Beta Theta Pi fraternity, and 'Jon DeBoer of Ledyard a pledge to Beta Sigma Psl. Dies In Florida Clare Roepke, 49, a former resident of Livermore, died of a heart attack suddenly Sunday at his home in Florida. Among his survivors are his mother Mrs. Clyte Roepke, who lives at the Good Samaritan Home, Algona. Sept. 10 Sept. 11 Sept. 12 Sept. 13 Sept. 14 Sept. 15 H 60 72 60 74 72 L 45 39 48 56 50 43 R .82" .99" AS LOW AS $3.50 PER MONTH RENTS A LINDSAY WATER SOFTENER * Flb«rglo*» tar.K. cannot rust or leak ever. * Compact-can be Installed anywhere * Semi or gotomatlc for ease of operation One as you flat monthly like. rental fee-use as offer * No fuss-No muss fcesh supply of soft have an abundance you No need to wait for water—with a Lindsay of softened water. FOR INFORMATION - CALL 899-378$ HOWARD MILLER and DON DEAL Authorized LINDSAY Dealers P LINDSAY Lindsay Soft Water Co. $20 South Phillips Street Algeria, Iowa Forenoon Auction Tuesday Morning, Sept. 21st It looks like a long winter I Wesley an Has Champion Bull In Minnesota WESLEY - Ben G. Studer exhibited the reserve senior champion bull in the shorthorn show at the Minnesota State Fair. The same bull was reserve senior champion at the Iowa State Fair at Des Moines. Studer had two other bulls which placed second and third in their classes. He also had two females which stood second and third in their classes and was second in the two female classes and second in the junior class. CORD SETS REPLACED PRPMPT SERVICE II It r»«l|» M W Mfty WHY TAKE CHANCES? We cem make qukk. InMoenll •we repJoeemeflt. Bring your Appliance in TODAY! PRATT 9 A.M. 9 A.M. A. I hove decided to go out of the dairy bu.lne.. I will .ell my Hol.tein Cattle and dairy equipment on the form located 3Vi mile, .outh of Elmore, Minn., or S mile, north of Lakota, Iowa on Highway 169. 52 Head of Hi-Grade Holsteins COWB NVMBKR U 11 U 1 I is 19 U 14 ^ U 1 4 5 3 21 17 7 I 9 11 U U NO. or CALVU ltd ltd Jlh lit Jrd 3rd Jrd 4th 4th Ird lit 2nd 4th 2nd In Ird 4th Ird Ird Jrtt lit lit DATE ntt«n J.J545 9- 1 »5 ]. I 65 2-lT-« 1.24-49 10.14-M 4-IJ-6S 9. US DATE RKU1 7-29-45 DATE Dt't 3- 3-44 9-11-63 10-104$ DAM FAT IN MI1.K TO OATH n 116 FAT n. I.ACT. 710 566 1,00* Deufhttr of Cow No. 11 ond not on tnt yit 4-14-43 7- 7-4§ 1- 3 43 3-14-43 1-14-41 I-1A-45 1-11-43 2-21-44 4-14-44 It. 19-63 12.11-43 9-14-43 2-1? M 10-24-49 9-2444 11- 449 174 179 197 114 110 111 112 ' Ai • lint c.lf htlfi 14-ii-iU 4.10-45 4-1441 1.13-43 11-21-64 l-24-«S 1-22-49 7-2049 4.1I49 4-19-4S 1- 1-45 1- 1-49 9-11-49 11- 149 4-2*44 12-2749 1-2144 1-2144 10-1149 12-1149 2-20-44 111 74 111 1*1 177 240 It! 241 111 311 970 144 911 149 J midi 441 to 401 194 271 212 417 111 19* 604 591 401 IN 311 404 305 517 1 In 170 d.yl 437 416 513 499 i.n* MII.K PR. I.ACT. 21,790 16,100 16,740 16,1(0 !6,T60 15,010 15.770 15,190 11,950 13,110 12,130 11,110 14,460 11,900 11,200 14,150 15,440 iNrriMr OVF.R ; FFtn COST J47S $115 »651 JJH 1171 till 9145 >102 1110 $294 9201 $247 $177 $261 $192 $226 $261 $104 $271 Rtcord IncompUft lUcord Incomplete Ai < lit coll holftr •.•cord iHMmptaM Record Incomplete Record Incomplete Record Incomplete 13 BRED HEIFERS - Somt of which or* heavy iprlngert. Some Cowi and Helferi art bred artificially and the balance are bred to a high production bull from LeRoy Janiten herd. 12 HEIFERS, 6-8 MONTHS OLD. 3 BABY HEIFER CALVES. 1 YEARLING BULL OUT OF COW NO. 19 AND SIRED ARTIFICIALLY. , YEARLING BULL OUT OF COW NO. 14 AND SIRED BY A RALPH WALKER BULL. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Thlt herd ha> a 524 Ib. Butterfat average and 15,199 Ib. Milk average with 3.5% Teit. Thete Cow. and Helfen have lot. of lixe and hove proven to be top producer.. Thl. i> a colfhood bangs vaccinated herd and are clean TB and Bong. Te.ted. All record, and Income over feed co.t were taken directly from D.H.I.A., I.B.M. »heet». MILKING EQUIPMENT Surae S P Pump lei. than 1 year old and V/4 in. pipeline for 24 cow.. 1 new large.t Surge bucket, 2 medium Surge bucket.. 11 McCo.mick-Deering bucket. 16-10 gallon milk con.. MACHINERY Kewonee 13 (t.. 4 in. Wheel Tondem Di.e. John Deere 32 ft. Grain Elevator. 1949 Dodge - 1 ton pickup. Term.: Ca.h- No ptopeity Removed Until Settled for. Not Responsible for Accidents Should Any Occur. ALFRED HURLBURT, Owner AUCTIONEERS: CLAIR CLARK & CHARLEY QUINN. CLERK: STATE BANK OF LEDYARD. HY-TEST CATTLE CONDITIONER !'•• •• *»™ • «•-».»« ? Avoid Digestive Disturbances In New Cattle by using RUFIS Found Only In Hy-Test Get Your New Cattle Off To A Flying Start By Calling For HY-TEST with RUFIS when your New Cattle come in. n 1 3 I I I G R 0 S ONE FOR FEED NEED THERE EVERY PHONE COLLECT (Area Code 712) 852-2712 MANUFACTURED BY KERBER MILLING Co. EMMETSBURG, IOWA

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