2-Alfforta (la.) Upper Des MoiiiM Tuesday, July 5, 1960 -"^ ...... --''--"- "*t-.'h— -•• ------- ------ -° .. _________ _____ _* ______ * _______ .. tel£f ,itew Vehicles increased in KQSiSith Cotfnjty during the pa'/tiwd weeks, with a total of 4L heW cjars arid trucks register- ec| .at^trie county •treasurer's offhte.v. Here's the complete list of ~ L. ft. Elbert. WhitR?more, truck; Ralph Harms, Titonka; Kpssuth Motor, Algona: Henry Sunken, Titonka; R. J. Kenne, Whittemore; Quaker Oats Co., Algona; G. H. Voigl. Fenton; K. L. Isaacson, Swea City; C. L. Egesdal, Ledyard; F. J. Frink, Whittemore; L. VV. Kollasch, Algona; A. P. Peterson, Algona; B & W Chevrolet, Fen- Ion;,, D. W. Ferguson, Bancroft; E. R. Uken, Titonka; Walter Siemens, Algona; R. O. Parker, Swea City. Dodge — L. N. Bonn an, Lu- Verne; R. E. Berg, Swea City; L. T. Roberts, Swea City; Melvin DeGeeter, Bancroft. Olds — J. S. Johannesen, Lone Rock; P. O. Dorweiler, Algona; Violet Miller, Algona. . Ford ^- L. B. Bishop, Algona; Kent 'Motor, two Algona; F. F. Meine, Whittemore; R. A. Wiskus, Bancroft; John Nyman, Swea City; Tri-County Drying Assn., Whittemore; L. R. Price, Lakota; Julia Stott, Titonka; Alice Schaefer, Swea City; A. L. Baker, Lone Rock; D. L. Wing- r. Gilbert, „.;,-•. — R. £. Hanisch, Bancroft. £#rtliac — C. C. Hemtrttn, AlgOna; E. S. Hillenga, Wesley. Biiick — » 'Magnus Rahrn,.. .Algeria. Portland Twp. By Mrs, Vfctof Fitdi . .Many Portland folks attended the - ! Larsen-Thdmpson wedding last Sunday. Sue Rias'm'ussen, Catherine Trunkhill, IDayid Harms and Tom Lampe were the Portland 4-H'ers to attend camp this year. They went to Clear Lake Wednesday and came back Friday. Mr and Mrs Art Wheeler of Phillips, So. Dak. were weekend visitors at Tom Trenary home. They also vis'ited other relatives and friends here. . Mr and Mrs Art Wheeler and Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary were Sunday dinner guests at the Hiram Ackerman home, Burt. Mrs Clifford Young attended a party at the home of her mother, Mrs Mary Kain Tuesday afternoon. Others attending the party were Mrs Carl Paetz, Mrs Harry Bode, Mrs Adams, Mrs Mary Nelson, Mrs Dora Ferrigan of Chicago, Mrs George Johnson of Warrenton, Ore., Mrs Ray Fitch, Mrs Ruth Sparks, Minnie and Ada Schick, Martha Drager, Mrs Fern Drone, Mrs Joe Loebach and Mrs Edward Kain. Fifteen .ladies of Portland or YOU'LL HAVE MORE- MONEY for the things your •family needs and wants with a low-payment, long- term Land Bank loan — a loan that can'be paid .m .advance without penalty. You can use a Land Bank loan to buy land, to consolidate debts, to buy 'livestock and equipment, to make improvements, and for olhcr purposes. Come in and talk it over with us today. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION Algona (S. of Penney's); preferably Mon. or Wed. Forest City (W. Forester Hotel) Tue. or Fri. Eugene Hutchins - Laurel Ericson - Miss Breen How To Be Your Own Weather Forecaster Morning Fog fe • .^&1^^^}l^^^^^ IF MORNING FOG BRE&RS $k fe^*"* ' BY NOON IT WILL BE ^" " ^ THERE IS A Keep Out Of a Tiiiattiai F«|' Let a growing savings accou'rtt, Jicr| .tojbp *ba Wealhei' out of your life. THp rpg(il$rHy vyJth wve is every bit as important as (he. ##otin(s you co t «avQ something from every i>ay-ehec1c.,YoM here keeps growing because w6 a'dd to' It Win interest dividends. $"* ~ i • ' Planned Dividend Rate Kbwln Ml FEDERAL i Algona Officer At Police School Police Identification Procedures are discussed by these law enforcement officers attending the Peace Officers Short Course this week at The Stale University of Iowa. Bayne Linden (seated, far right) assistant superintendent of identification for the Sioux City police department, shows the men an artist's sketch drawn from descriptions of a suspect. Standing are (left to right) Ernest W. Hutchison, patrolman, Algona; John B. Gallagher, detective sergeant, Omaha, Neb.; Art Methenyr sheriff, Bedford, and Doyle Davis, deputy sheriff, Corydon. Seated are (left to right) Doyle Scott, deputy sheriff, Ml. Ayr, and Kenneth Likes, sheriff, Osceola. (UDM Engraving). nearby attended a party at the home of Mrs Victor Fitch Thursday afternoon. : Mr and Mrs' Clifford Young went to Clear Lake Thursday afternoon. Mr arid Mrs. Arnold Danielsen, Larry,' Janice, Diane and David, visited at the Victor Fitch home Wednesday evening. Mr ah'd'' Mrs Doriald Steven of South Bend, Ind. arrived Saturday and .will spend a few days at the parental. Jay Steven home and will also visit other relatives and friends. Other visitors Saturday evening in the Steven home were Mr and Mrs Walter Steven and Mr and Mrs Robert Steven, Algona. 'Sunday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Milton Steven and family and Mr and Mrs Donald Steven and family and Sunday evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen and Cora Han- 3en of Sexton; Mr' and Mrs James Steven'&nd family "and Mr "and Mrs John Opheim and Dawn. Mrs Ruth Sparks and Mrs Alf Jorgensen of Iowa City visited in the Howard Sparks home. ' Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks Legal Notices ORIGINAL NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT- COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY ROGER R. SLAGLE, PLAINTIFF. VS. ELIZABETH ANN SLAGLE, DEFENDANT. NO. 18768 EQUITY ORIGINAL NOTICE TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANT: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Petition of the above named plaintiff is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the above named Court, and which Petition prays for an absolute divorce for the plaintiff, arid against you as defendant on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment, and custody of two minor children to-wit: Karl Vaughn Slagle and Roger Sherman Slagle and for such other and further equitable relief as may seem just to the Court and for the costs of this action. For further particulars see Petition on file. You are also notified to appear before said Court at Algona. in Kossuth County, Iowa, on or before the 25th day of July, I960, and that unless you oO appear your default will be entered and Judgment or Decree will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition, subject to Section 5U8.25 of the 195B Code of Iowa. DECK & JOHANSEN BY HAROLD A TEETER 222 Davidson Bldg. Sioux City 1, Iowa Published in the Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 21 and 28 and July 5, 19CO. (25-26-27) visited the Ray Carlsons near Wesley Friday night. "Why do people go to the trouble of working for money? They come in but two classes. Spend 'thrifts, who never have any money, and tightwads who can't get any pleasure out ot spending it". Wool Incentive Payments Start Growers will receive wool in-' centive payments of $43.20 for every $100 they received from the sale of .shorn wool during the 1959 marketing year, according to Richard I. Anderson chairman of the Kossuth county ASC committee. The rate of 43.2 percent, just -announced by the Department of Agriculture, represents the am- "oUljk. needed to bring average wool prices up to the previously announced incentive level .of 62 cents per pound under the Na • tional Wool Act. The payment rate on sales of lambs that have never been shorn to compensate for the wool on them will be 75 cents per hundredweight of live animals sold. This payment is designed to discourage unusual shearing of lambing before marketing. The county chairman said that county ASC offices will begin making payments soon after July 1. Applications for the payments had to be filed by April 30,'and covered marketings from April 1, 1959, through March 31, 1960. IF IT'S NEWS/WE WANT IT Wesley Visitors Wesley — M. Sgt. and Mrs. Hubert Bowman (the. former Mary Lee Erdman) arrived in Wesley June 22 from Paris for a visit with her mother, Mrs. No* you Know! The answer to everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: In reference to this comprehensive personal liability insurance, is a home owner always held liable for accidents that happen on his properly? AfoSWEH: Of course not. The insurance you mention protects him in these instances where he could be held legally responsible. * if you'll address your own insurance questions to this office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation ot any kind. LS. BOHANNON 6 N, Dodge CY 4-4443 Clara Erdman and Willis. Following two weeks here they plan to visit two weeks with his rrtother Mrs. Willie F. Bowman in Brookhaven, Miss. They will then report' to their new duty station at Warner Robins, Ga. Mr.' and Mrs. Harold Wolfe, (the former Patricia Erdman) and their four daughters, Barbara, Debra, Mary Ellen and Jean Marie of Anaheim, Cal. will arrive next week for a visit with relatives here. Marguerite Pfeffer left Friday for her home, in Des Moines following a visit in the home of her brother, Dr. L. L. Pfeffer, and family. Ilogflr Carlson, 17 year old son of Mr. and Mrs, Jay Carlson, left June 2f> for Fort, Leonard Wood, Mo. to begin basic training. Dorothy Goetz left June 30 for her home at Milwaukee, Wis. following a 2-week visit with her sister, Mrs. Helen Johnson and othe^ remives and friehds Rev. and Mrs; Robert Janes attended funeral rite's for hev cousin Mrs. Andrew Larson at Palestine Lutheran Church at Huxley June 23. Wesley 444 Jour The Wesley boys held ,> their 4-H Club 'tour on Saturday, June 4th Each boy dismayed his 4-H prbject. Five boys had calves .the rest had pigs. The families of the 4-H boys met at the George Seaberg home for a picnic dinner. A lively ball game took place. Most of the bo^s went swimming in the afternoon. Bancroft Farm Sold The Mrs. Ahhft Nurre Estate farm, consisting of 246 acres, and .located east of Bancroft, has been sold by the heirs, to Erwln Heldorfer, also of Bancroft. The Gene Nurre family will continue to occupy the farm for a year. what IWHEN YOU NEED ^GASOLIN! " cy] "•1 $&•' YOU GO TO A SERICE, FOR ......... PLUMBING AND HEATING SERVICE Call Us ____ ... 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