The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1960 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 12, 1960
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r (la.) P M Motn«t Toesdfay, July 12, I960 V Ex*Algonan Wed In Florida Cori5. Mr Ley is employed by the Walnut Grove Feed Co. Attends Convention Mrs Walter Campney spent from Sunday through Tuesday in Ufs Moines, where she attend the State Farm Bureau Women's Convention. Mrs Campney is the vice chairman of the Kossutr Faim Bureau Women. Home 'After Trip Mrs Jessie Hash arrived home on Tuesday after an absence of four months during which time she visited in the homes of the daughters and families, the Wm Ernsts, Northbrook. •111.: the James Herrings, Washingtor D.C.: and at the Wm. Radtkes Muskegan, Mich. Don Tietz, former Algona policeman and ex-resideni of Ihe Loits Creek area, and Shirley J. Budd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny D. Pullara, Tampa, Fla., were united in marriage in Seminole Heights Baptist church at Tampa June 25 at 7:30 p.m. Dr. John S. Wimbish officiated. The newlyweds are shown in the above photo. Mr. Tietz is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruldolph Tietz. A reception was held in the church hall following the wedding. After a wedding trip to an undisclosed destination, the couple will reside at Tampa. (UDM Engraving) Husband Former Burl Lady Is Crash Victim Burl — Mr and Mrs Guy Gid- rtings, Mr and Mrs Wm. Giddings and Gordon, Mrs Ariel Ownby, and Clifford Pannkuk attended last rites for Kenneth Alcott, 49, at the Adams Funeral home at Ames Tuesday. Mr Alcott, who was the husband of the late Lizzie Giddings Pannkuk, met death in an auto accident .iear Ames. Survivors include 2 daughters, r.nd 5 step children, including Clifford Pannkuk of Burt. Fraclures Foot William Wermors, son of Mr and Mrs Bert Wcrmers, is gcjting around these days an crutches as the result of. a broken foot, acquired at the Algona swimming pool. Bill made the mistake of jumping into shallow water. Major Surgery j Friends of Ed Smith Jr. will be pleased to learn that he is recovering from major spinal surgery performed in a Mason City hospital. Two'New Families Burt residents welcome two new families to their neighborhood, The Dean Mclllrovys, and the John Leys. Mr Mclllrovy is- employed as a draftsman for the Weidenhoff BUDGET ESTIMATI SCHOOL DISTRICT Notice: — The Board of Directors of Algona Community School District, Kossuth Couhty, Iowa, will meet August 2, 1960, at 7:30 P. M., at Algona High School. Taxpayers will be hoard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1, 1960, and ending June 30, 1961. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. INEZ WOLFE District Secretary. 2 3 4 5~~ ~6 T " ; FUNDS Expenditures For 00 "1 in CN ~ 0 ,*-° x ^ 3 § Year o m _ £o , *"O f- v ^ 3 3 "i — t irt ifc> 3^O "c: """ UJ'— "O RE CL UJ •g 1 . E • 43 ^ OJ u^- en |<m -r, 2-CJ f_ || C S_55 i i ! ( I 1 i ; L CQ £H _uO <2 General 495,914 551,296 589,732 Transportation 10,100 10,100 10,100 Text Books and Supplies 3,000 3,000 3,000 Total General Fund 509,014 "564,396 602,832" Old Age Surv. Ins. "'" " (Federal) 8,782 11,074 13,000 Public Emps. Rot. (State) 12,663 12,986 13,500 5-hoolhouse Fund Bonds and Interest ... 71,917 71 172 658BI Special Courses Fund __ 18,500 _ 18,500 18,500 "678,128 713,713 62,300 527,432 10,100 3,000 62,300 " 540,532 13,000 13,500 65,881 18,500 "651,413 62,300 Iotal_AM Purposes _ 620,876 Secretary's balance July 1, 1960^ 1. GENERAL FUND $ 132,098.65 2. Less Unpaid Bills $ 3991.82 N'3t Unencumbered Balance (G. F.) "$ 13209865 SCHOOL HOUSE FUND I.IIIIZII $ 94'917i36 SPECIAL COURSES FUND __ $ 981.30 Number of persons of school age 2450 Taxable valuation, 1959 $14,830.032.00 Moneys and Credits, 1959 $1,509,645.00 •Amourr! left after deducting items 2 and 3 from item 1 and to be transferred to col. 4 above. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, July 7, 1960. Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Campney and sen Benjamin of South StC'.iing, Perm, arrived at the parental Walter Campney home Tuesday for a visit. Rev. Campney assisted in the morning worship services at the Methodist church on Sunday. Mr and Mrs E. R. Woltz were Thursday evening guests at the Albert Godl'rcdson home near Fairmont. The July meeting of the WSCS will be held at the church July 6. Norman Mitchell, Des Moines spent the weekend with his parents the Don Mitchells. The Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church met July 3, at the church. Mr and Mrs Russell Patterson were in charge of devotions. Rev. Esdert Smidt of Dumont was the guest speaker of the evening. Hostesses were Mr and Mrs Larry Holding and Mr and Mrs Robert Angus. The Presbyterian Church Circles will meet July 6. The Members of St. John's Ladies Aid will enjoy a pot luck outdoor picnic July 7. The members are invited to bring along their children. Mr and Mrs Merwyn Cunningham and Lana spent Friday at Fairmont. Rev. and Mrs Fred Samek and Cheryl Ann attended open house in Algona honoring Dr. and Mrs L. Pruel. Mr and Mrs Howard Batt and family and Mrs Anne Riemers attended the Looft family reunion held at Swea City Sunday. Judy and Jane Mitchell left for Chicago Thursday. They were met in Chicago by their sister Bette Lou of Racine, Wis. Judy and Jane will spend a week with their sister. Mrs Harley Hanson, David, Bruce, and June, and Marilyn Hinckley left Thursday for Rallo, Mo., where they will spend over the 4th with" Mr Hanson, who is attending summer school there. Mr and Mrs. E. R. Woltz attended open house at Swea City in honor of the golden wedding anniversary of her brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson June 26. Mr and Mrs George Becker, Stephen and Susan, and Mrs Al Hinckley spent Sunday with Mr Hinckley at Oakdale. Mr and Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom left Thursday for Rochester where the former will receive medical treatment. Mr and Mrs Orval Peterson and family spent the past weekend at Hinckley, Minn. Sunday they attended the golden wed"ding anniversary of Mrs Peterson's parents, Mr and Mrs T. N. Smith. Larry Hinckley, an employee of the Western Electric Co., arrived home Thursday evening to spend a two-week vacation at his home. "AS A STUDENT... I know milk's the 'rnost'l It gives me health, energy, the beaut/ of a clear complexion and bright eye si" CONSOLIDATED CO-OP CREAMERIES Pdily Deliveries In Algona Phone i-3361 WhiHemore, Iowa THE DRINK ..FORME! Swimming Party Planned For Ledyard Group Ledyard — The Women's Guild of the Evangelical and Reformed church met July 7 with Mrs Wijliam Fcnnoma, Mrs W. E. Wiemcr, Mrs Martha Schroodci* .ind Mrs Orvillo Runksmcicr as hostesses. The Christian Sorvic'e Committee had charge of the program with Mrs Raymohd Johnson, chairman. Youth Fellowship of the E & R church had a swimming party at Winnobago July 8. Hospital Report Douglas Blome, son of the Arlowe Blomes, was a patient at the Buffalo Center Hospita 1 Thursday to Saturday of lasl week and is still under observation. Mrs Edward Knoner is 1 recuperating following an apptthdec- tomy at the Buffalo Center 1 Hospital last Saturday. Mrs Lloyd Jorgcnson entered University Hospital, Iowa City. Slip will undergo surgery this week. Boy Scouts Return The following boys returned Saturday from Boy Scout camp at Lake Okoboji: Ellsworth Dutton, Fred Munyer, Jr., Ronalti Jorgcnson, Danny Ing let, Jerry Gilbertson, Mark McCoy, John SbncmfeHder. Pat Krebsbaeh, Ric-' hard O'gren, Leo Miller, Thomas Anderson and Robert Busch. On Wtdnesday night, Mr Fred Dutton, far and Sirs Harold Inglet and family. Mr£ Leort McCoy and fiecky, Jack fCrebabaeh, Mrs Wilma McKinhon and Nancy, and the Vern Andersons attended parents night activities. Rosalyn Bashara and Mr? Harold Herzog entertained their Sunday School classes at a wiener roast in the Ledyard park Wednesday evening honoring Karol and Darcy Dottenfiold, who will be moving to Lone Tree. Jane Egesdal and Caroline Busch spent last week at Camp Methoji at Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Ldrry Fox and Lairy Lee of-Armstrong visited at the Christy Hendrickson home and were supper guests of the Earl Jorgensons. ivir and Mrs Merlin Edwards and Linda and Curtis Edwards, son of George Edwards, visited at the Hay Herzogs last Sunday. American Legion Auxiliary met July 5 at 8 p.m. for installation of officers. Ricky and Donald Heetland, sons of Mr and Mrs Wayne Heetland of Minneapolis, visited fo; a week at the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Fred Ploeger. Mr and Mrs Loren Hans, Keith and Kim, visited at the Earl Jorgcnpon's last week befori. moving to EauClaire, Wis., where he is employed. Mr and Mrs Virgil Gelhau? and family have moved into the former Evangelical and Reformed parsonage, which they purchased recently and remodeled. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strayer and family of Bancroft visitec 1 at the home of Arlowe Blome Wednesday night. Gerald Heetland on leave from the marines, and Donna Hippen were also guests. The following ladies -attended Guest Day at Buffalo Center Methodist church Thursday, Mrs Glen Burrow, Mrs Gertrude Wiemer, Mrs Hazel Carpenter Mrs Lillian Brack, Mrs Fred Dutton, Mrs Albert Barnes, Mrs Harold WentVorth and Mrs Harold Herzog. Mrs Zylphy Hardt attended a birthday party in honor of her daughter-in-law, Mrs Quentir. Hardt, at Delayan, Minn. Monday. Mrs Elmer Anderson, Elmore, visited Mrs Hardt several days last Week. Mr and Mrs Milton Jorgenson are the parents of a baby boy born at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Wednesday. They have three other sons. Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog and Betty went to Fort Dodge Sim- day to meet Judy, who visited at-home until Tuesday! Judy! if employed at Lark's Girls' Ranch Camp at Boone. LuVerne News Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Schipull took their grandchildren Laurie, Craig, and Larry Stewart to Strawberry Point Sunday, where they were met by their parents Mr. and Mrs. Harvard Stewart of Rockford, 111. Mrs. Mrs. Stewart, former Lois Schipull had surgery and the children were cared for here two weeks by their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gilddings visited Sunday at Burt with Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McGuirfi. also visited hi* parents Mr. and Mrs. Guy QlddWigs, Sf. frielf sister and daughter, Mr*. AetflSl Housour, Lubback, "Texas, is vteiting there. She came to be with her father the senior. Mr. Giddings as Mrs. Giddings was hospitalized with knee surgery. Fair Board Lays Plans For 1960 A larger appropriation for operating the Kossuth County Fair was recently brought up in an informal t discussion between members of the board of supervisors of Kossuth county, and fair board officials. The fair board was represented by Vern McClurc, newly appointed secretary, and Fred Plumb, fair board president. The men said that the present county appropriation for the fair war "rtot comparable to what other fairs receive." The matter has no bearing or the 1960 fair, but a meeting ir planned for fall with regard tr future budgets. The fair this year is set foi August 16-17-18-19 in Algona. Secretary McClure pointed out that if it were not for the free donated time by many personr with their services, the fair could not continue to operate. There has also been renewed talk of a possible relocating o f the fair at a point further north in the county, or more central^ to the entire county, but this has not passed the discussion stage. The present fair property is considered as extremely valuable but has inadequate parkin? areas. ' Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTCS Entered into contract with Algona Tree Service. East Oak Street sanitary sewer extension plans were approved. One beer permit & several cigarette oermits were granted. Supt. of Public Improvt. resignation was not accepted. Amendment to the sign ordinance was given the first reading. Offer by the City to Ronald Peck to install fence was withdrawn. GENERAL Shierk, salary $ 112.50 Smith, salary 164.00 Hanson, salary 232.51 Iowa State Bank, tax 44.80 Russell Buchanan, legal fee 1513.24 Hanson, expense 40.00 City Clerk, box rent 600 League of Iowa Municipalities, annual dues 17500 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., telephone 31.00 Arwell Inc., rat control 15.00 The Municipal Year Book, book 1000 - STREET FUND Lashbrook, Salary _ '__ 16745 Pergande, salary 177.74 Burtis, salary 14676 Prew, salary ___• }6\.S5 Metzen, Jr., salary )38 59 Myers, salary ___• j 19.41 Schneider, salary , 115.20 •Andreasen, salary 11004 Iowa State Bank, tax 132.50 Cities Service Oil Co., gas 136.07 Gibbs-Cook. Equipment Co., labor 40.75 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., telephone Cullen Hardware, mdse. Norton Machine Works, repairs PUBLIC SAFETY Boekelman, salary 175.91 Hutchison, salary 15760 Jprgenson, salary 156J5 McBnde, salary _ 14042 Schwarzenbach, salary 14254 Bulten, salary 14754 Voigt, salary _ I 135M2 etu . Sa|i i ry - 20 -°° Elbert, salary 1500 Iowa State Bank, tax _. ___ 101.40 Trust & Agency Fund, pension __ 12.01 Cullen Hardware, mdse. 29.30 City Clerk, advance cash 5.75 Hutchison, expense 85.45 Kohl, expense 2920 Northwestern Bell Telephone" Co", telephone 22.55 Id M. F«1d Co., _ . salary ............I. Colirtney. salary ......f . Bate, salary '.__- .__, low* State Bank, ta* i. Hutchison, labor .^_ Streit Fund, refund . -._.__Mid-Iowa Industrial Supply, fdg machine < f . 325.00 Northwasfcrn Bell T*1ephon« C«., . teleiphone _,.. 14.JS Ralph Llndhorst, wndemrwtlert- • award ... 472.W Armco Drainage & Metal Pro-, duets, inc., eulwetts ... 259.13 Spencer Grooer Co., mdse. 60.75 RECREATION Stephefisen, salary ...___. Herbst, salary Kraft, salary _. Garry, salary .i.. Cowan, salary .. . £» Smith, s«l«fV .... j__ DuVall, salary --....-_.» l.aBarre, salary . . '»_• Iowa State B»nk, tax . Thompson-Hayward Chemical CO., chlorine IJl.Sfl Wallace & Tiernan Inc., repairs Incrtol Co., Inc., paint L. S. Muckey, Plumbing, labor _ Jane Geilenfeld, extra help Diane Smith, extra help Christiansen, extra help *,' Gall Phillips, extra help Pam Hopkins, extra help . Dau's Garage, brrl. telephone „_ Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., Iowa State Bank, deposit bag .. Cutlen Hardware, niche. __ DEBT SERVICE lowa-Des Moines National Bank, interest Shaw, McDermott * Co., Interest SEWER RENTAL Gronbach, salary . Lemkee, salary Iowa State Bank, tax Cullen Hardware, bulbs . Norton Machine Works, repairs Iowa State Bank, interest Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., telephone Lemkee, expense Herbst Ins. Agency, Insurance .. PARKING METER Grocn, salary Sands, salary . ~~ Trust A Agency Fund, pension . 357.12 271.34 4.S3 •I. 95 2.00 12.23 1.50 art? . 77.50 itS.10 163.02 17.60 4.00 33.91 67.50 11.15 78.33 76.86 164.43 42.72 1.77 Iowa State Bank, tax 15.30 Published in the Algona Kossuth DAU'S GARAGE, 125 SOUTH DODGE, ALGONA 12.90 3.25 24.84 87th Semi'Anrtual Financial Statement HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N At tht clot* of Busine*t Juno 3d, 1960 (After Payment of Dividend*) ASSETS First Mortgage Loans and Other First Liens on Real Estate ----v_$10 1 145,829.44 LIABILITIES Capital •_ $12,036,241.32 Loans on Savings Accounts Other Loans 11,394.25 FHA title 1 remodeling 231,617.39 Properties Sold on Contract 13,899.07 Loans in Process Other Liabilities Deferred Credits 114,583.72 21,915.30 29,057.36 Investments and Securities 1,408,632.14 General Reserves Cash on Hand and in Banks 1,048,268.98 Office Building and Equipment, " Less Depreciation __ _ 196,076.37 Other Assets -_-$839,933.82 Surplus '._ 26,512.42 866,446.24 ' ' $13,068,843.94 13,126.30 $13,068,843.94 INSURED SAFETY Savings insured up to $10,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation of Washington, D. C. NOTES . I ^ • Member of: Federal Home Loan Bank System; Federal Savings and Loan Ins. Corp.; United • States Savings and Loan League; Iowa Savings and Loan League; The Savings & Loan Founda- • tion, Inc. • (1917. .1960) STATIONERY Reg. $1.00 Box BUY ONE AT 98c And Get One FREE I 2 Pkgs For $1.00 Get One Pkg. FREE ALL NEW SUMMER WEAR And BEACH TOGS » REEDICKULUS PRICES S CO i| 11 > in S »> HOT DOGS (With Th» Wvrkt) lOc On The Street 20c In The Store O U) O

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