The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1960 · Page 21
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• S-Alfona (In.) UppAr teft Melnei Tuesday, July 12, 1960 3 Classes Held Recent Reunion AtWhittemore Whittemore — Mi-tnbers of Whittemore high school classes of 1934, 1935 ana 193(> gathered at the Plantation July 3, with thi-ir husbands and wives, for a banquet and reunion at 1 p.m. Many niembt-rs of Ihrso classes had not srrn each oilier since graduation. There wi-re 31 present. The afternoon was spent reading letters from former teachers and classmates who were unable to be present. Tlie 1935 members were June Wi'hispan (Mrs Lorenz Gadc), Wilbur Kocber. John Mosbach, Dorothy lU-idcnwith (Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl). Whittt-more; Alvera Behnke (Mrs H. R. Rose-like), Wavcrly; Erwin Koeh- necke, Hartley; Lillian Kueckei (Mrs Leonard Meyer), Rodman George Ncu, Skokie, 111.; Ruth Vaudt (Mrs Fred Rhode), Rake All in this class were present Others who were members ol class 1934 and 1936 who were present included lola Barber (Mrs Robert Cash), Clear Lake: Evelyn Voight (Mrs Gerald Ollom) Algona; John Fish. Maxwell; Lydia Meyer (Mrs Edwin Greinert), Rodman; Myrtle Barber (Mrs William Meyer, Jr.), West Bend. Frank Rochforci superintendent of the classes and many years after, New Hampton, Richard Shollmeyer, Whittemore. and Mathilda Wagner (Mrs George Ncu), Skokie, 111. were also present. Fractures Heel Reuben Butxke had the misfortune to fall from a slepl'adder while painting at the Charles Origer home and fractured u bone in his heel. He had the ladder up against the house on a cellar door and the ladder slipped. He was taken to St. Ann hospital where a cast was put on (he leg up to his knee. Nelta Ann Smidt, Bur/, Bride Of Ft. Dodge Man George high school and Rockford Memorial Hospital School of Nursing at Rockford, 111. She is supervisor of nurses at Methodist Manor at Storm Lake, and also attends Buena Vista College. Mr. Tompkins is a graduate of Fort Dodge high school and attended Iowa Wesleyan College at Mount Pleasant, and Ferris Institute at Big Rapids. Mich., t.nd is business manager of Methodist Manor. The newlyweds have returned from a brief wedding trip and arc living in the manor. A tea honoring the bride-elect and her mother was held May 24 in the Clarence 1 Tompkins home. A brunch in honor Of the bride was held in the Nels Samuelson home, with Mrs. Frank Lundblad. Mrs. Leland Beamer, Mrs. Robert Smyth and Mrs. Samuelson hostesses. A gift was presented to the honoree from the hostesses. Mrs. William Epple of Ap- plcton, Wis. the mother of Mrs. Clarence Tompkins poured. i The Women of the Burl Pres- I byterian Church held a shower honoring the bride-elect June 2 in the church parlors. Mrs., L. D. Havighurst of Fort Dodge held a kitchen shower in her home on Friday evening. June 3rd honoring the bride to be. ' _ The rehearsal dinner was held on Monday evening June 6 in the Clarence Tompkins homt. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Gower entertained the wedding party at a buffet late Tuesday afternoon, before the wedding in the evening. Crop Commodity Campaign Sets Kossuth Plans ossibly others: Buffalo, Buft, lum Creek, Portland, Union and Lesley. It must be noted that ooking oil and syrup cannot e processed from the government surplus corn. Since the first of January, 432,00 pounds of corn-oil have been ent overseas, considerably more han the total sent in the year 959. Richard Staples, state CROP director, lead the planning scs- ion at Hurt, assisted by Rev. Wallace Farmer, Swca City, Kossuth county director. from 2-5 in the St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors. The Christian Rural Overseas Program plans a commodity campaign for next November lo provide staple food supplies foi needy people in famine areas" o' the world. At a meeting ol" vhe Kossuth County Crop representatives a Burl, June 30, plans were begun to help further this campaign in this county. The basic need i for corn to be processed int cooking oil and syrup. The goa for the state of Iowa is 150,00 bushels of corn. Tentative plans call for a com modity drive in the followin townships of Kossuth county and Boy Seoul Camp About 25 parents of the local Boys Scouts were present Wednesday evening at the camping grounds at Gull Point West Okoboji and took in the campfire program presented Scouts. by 190 Boy Observe Fortieth Mr and Mrs Louis Mueller celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary with open house Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Walter Vaudt, and Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman and son Craig and Terry left for northern Minnesola for a week's outing and fishing. Mr and Mrs Terry Behlmer and daughter Debra of Ames, and Mr and Mrs Ralph Sebers and daughter of Algona were Sunday visitors at the Edward Maahs home. Mr and Mrs Bernard Hurley and family of Milwaukee and Mrs Bernice Barry of Mapleton, spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Edmund O'Brien. *»~r~s*w.'?<. «"*•' '~ pw.f, % «*&:*-:.„ • i\L. Connie's COMMUNICATION CENTER Summer takes everybody in- and-out so often; wouldn't the family enjoy a "communication center" for messages? A father down the street framed a piece of plywood, painted it with blackboard-black; hung it in the kitchen, attached a chalk on a string. (Bet your teen-age son could make one tomorrow.) I CORNER-STONES Ever have the corner of a picnic tablecloth fly up to hit the potato salad? That needn't happen! Hunt up four fair- sized stones. Turn up and •titch cloth-corners to make "pockets." Keep a stone ia each! SIZZLE-SAVER Word to the wise: even if Pop has battled the purchase of an air conditioner, a July day can sway him! So can this good news: Thrifty gas air conditioning tite.). Pour off fat; drain sausages. Wrap each sausage in one cabbage leaf (presoaked five minutes in boiling water, for easier management.) Place in greased baking dish; cover with cheese sauce to top of cabbage rolls. Bake 20 to 30 minutes in a 350-degree gas oven, till brown and bubbly. NEATER PLEATS Now that the pleated skirt is so popular, you or your daughter will bless Mrs. Everett Higby of Lehigh, Iowa, for her ironing idea. Turn skirt wrong-side-out; iron a piece of the no-sew, adhesive-backed mending tape at pleat-top. It comes in, colors to match fabrics; washes, too. Find it at sewing departments or dime stores. CAMPFIRE SING The First Methodist church in Fort Dodge was the setting for the wedding of Nelta Ann Smidt, daughter ot Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Smidt of Hurt, and Anthony W. Tompkins, son of Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Tompkins of Fort Dodge. June 7. The fathers of both the bride and the groom officiated at the double ring ceremony. Leda Evcrson, organist, accompanied the soloist H. John Smidt of Burl. The bride, given in marriage by her father wore a floor-lenglh gown of Chantilly lace over Faille taffela, fashioned wilh a fitted bodice and scalloped neckline. Long sleeves tapered lo a poinl over Ihe wrist. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was held by a flat crown of seed pearls. She carried a white bible and an arrangement of white carnations and baby red rose buds with streamers of white satin. Janet Jensen was maid of honor and bridesmaid was Viola Willemssen. Julynn Greenfield was flower girl and Doyle Smeins was ring bearer. Steven Tompkins was best man, Gordon Forbes was groorris^ man. Ushers were Dale Nicason, Harold DeVries, Howard Chcsl- ing and John Havighurst. A reception was held in the church following the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of 7 Group-singing gets folks sentimental 'round a Summer campfire! Follow National Rotary Club rules to organize it: Choose a peppy, strong-voiced leader. Start with a song everybody knows. Include "oldies" and new ones! To make sure nobody's too shy, encourage loud singing! Don't start till the meal is finished — and stop after approximately a dozen songs. Otherwise, some of the group will tire, "YOU TRULY DO" can give you savings up to ««y ou ^ vu \ y <j 0 get more out 50% over ordinary air con- o f living with gas!" writes ditibning. And it's cleaner, - — - ••Mrs. Orville Smith, North . . Mankato, Minn. "We have your local gas company or a gas range, gas dryer and gas appliance dealer will tell gag heating system; wouldn't &. * » • i__J l_J _-. * M f* ,. it J > \.T have it any other way. You, too, will get more out of living when you enjoy more cleanliness, greater convenience, extra savings. These are the well-kept promises of natural ga* and your local gat company, who brings gas to your home. Northern Natural Ga§ Company pipes it hundreds quicker, more convenient. Pop why; just steer him in that direction. UNITED STATES STUFFING Almost every European nation has a version of "Bluffed None'iaa quick and easy as this up from HIM " a Woods, Rochester, n, Lightly brown at iu#6|«f as need* o ta three per appe« EiflMAft School DUlrlcl Neticei— The Board of Directors of Sentrnl Community School District, Kossuth and Palo Alto County, Iowa, will meet July 25, infiO, at 8:00 P.M.. at Sentral School BulldlnR. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1. 1060. and ending June 30. 1961. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past nna anticipated will be available at the hearing. Roger Osborn District Secretary. JNDS ^ tn *"* !>* 1*1- t *-t-J (Q 0) O >£-» t/l fi-'o 111 JLS 111 riiS£ Proposed Expenditures Estimated 1960-1961 Estimated t Unencumbered Balance To Apply Upon This Budget Estimated Income Other Than •iaxation Amount Necessary to be raised by Taxation 100 Mrs. Mary Marquart Lang formerly of Maquokcta and now of Santa Barbara, Calif, recently celebrated her 100th birthday. Mrs. Lang has ten grandchildren; •24 great-grandchildren and 19 great-great grandchildren. She doesn't retire at night until she has listened to the late news and also checked on the score of the Milwaukee Braves and the daily performance of her great-grandson Eddie Matthews, third baseman for the Braves. General ---- 172,206 204,474 Transportation 13.383 14.005 Ttxt Books and Supplies 3.35" 8 - 3 ' 15 SALES BOOKS, register tick ets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Uppei Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Now you Know! The cntwer to everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: If we buy a house and the fire insurance has two years to run. dp we have to buy a new policy; ANSWER: No, but the insurance company must be notified of the change in ownership and of any change in the mortgage or purchase agreement. • if you 11 address your own insurance questions to this ol- fice, we'll try to give you th« correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. L S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 aio.unn iB.nos 3.H&2 is.oon 7,000 105,096 0.095 3,682 TOTAL GENERAL FUND 180.038 223.012 231.373 82,000 200.373 Old Age Snrv. Ins. iFrri.) 3.183 4.141 5,704 Public Emps. Ret. (State) B.038 3.838 B.7BI Bonds and Interest 3«,5!)8 41,717 40.000 Speclnl Courses Fund .. 10,303 U.013 17,!)01 5.704 I1.7B1 40,000 17.D01 TOTAL ALL PURPOSES 250,5-18 285,725 301,820 22.000 27!),820 Scrretnrv's balance July 1, 1060. 1. GENERAL FUND 3. Less Balance Reserved -. Net Unencumbered Balance (G. F.I SCHOOL HOUSE FUND Est. tnx per $1,000.00 assessed value ..... - . Number of persons of school nge — Kossuth Number of persons of school nge — Palo Alto Tnxnble valuation, 1050 Moneys and Credits. 1!)5!) $ 55.513.34 " $ 55.nin.34 •$ 35.613.34 $ 21,732.33 $ 30.2 HB2 " "" 05 $B,finO,801.()0 $ 234,141.00 BUDGET ESTIMATE School DItlrlcl MoMcei—The Board of Directors of Hurt Community School District, Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet July 23. lilfiO, at II P.M., at Sehnolhpuse. Taxpayers will be ht.'ard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July 1. 10(10. and ending Juno 30. 10111. A detailed stiUe- rntnt of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available al the hearing. Mrs. O. H. Graham District Secretary. YOU'LL HAVE MORE MONEY for the thing* your family needs and wants willi a low-payment, long- term Land Bunk loan — a loan that can be paid in 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 oilier purposes. Come in and talk it over with 'is today. FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION Algona (S. of Penney's), preferably Men. or Wed. Forest City (W. Forester Hotel) Tue. or Fri. Eugene Hutchins - Laurel Ericson - Miss Breen FUNDS l^ £|| (/) §** Pi V t.1-, P.C3 V, <U O r.l •** ' • h3S 01 Expenditure fear July 3 fo June 30, to l/l 3} O ^ r* a^S n . r.i -.1 >,a) •a a'g ?^ **J CQ Estimated LJnencumbe Balance To Upon This (U c E* O U C . Estimated I Diner Than Taxation b rt V) OJ f _. Amount Ne to be raiset W>«H ..,! 123,755 132,!>5<! 142.1100 21.000 121,900 rOTAL GENERAL FUND 123.755 132.051 142,1)00 21.000 121,900 Sihoolhousc (Voted) 2.2119 Bonds and Interest 1IM02 Special Courses Fund 7,500 3.7SI3 4,400 19,000 1,200 TOTAL ALL PURPOSES 153,020 100,471 103,100 19,000 1,200 112.100 Secretary's balance July 1, I960. 1. GENERAL FUND * 3. Less Balance Reserved ---* •"'.•'•f •>••>'' SCHOOL HOUSE FUND .- $14.394.50 — Including $11.920.08 in Securities Number of persons of school nge - 'iVrnr "i 17 nn Taxable valuation, 1953 - F^r'niZ'SS Moneys and Credits, 1959 $ 216,928.00 PUBLICATION NOTICE NOTICE —The Extension Council of Kossuth County. Iowa, will meet August 3. 1960 at 8:00 p.m., at Algona. Iowa, in the Farm Bureau Building. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the "fallowing estimate of expenditures for the iiscal year beginning January 1, 1961. Philip C. Inman Secretary, Extension Council FUNDS 01 o CO <« e . Win I/I Cl County Agricultural Exl- ''nsion Education 3,')54 1G.7HO 16,348 111,505 1.005 17,5011 Your Garden Is Starting To Produce - And Now Is The Time To Take Advantage Of Food Values. Can Now As You Have Never Canned Before. COLD PACK CANNERS $1, Full 7 Quart Capacity With Rack And Cap, Arnie Kullen sez: Whoops — Arnie Elbert sez: "This is the last time that I am going to bring out these dogs. They may be dogs to us, but they may be Jewels to you. Out they go. PITTSBERG PAINT SALE (Extended To Friday and Saturday) 200 GALLONS TO GO AT $5.98 9*1 KULLEN'Z White And Body Colors Folks, You All Know The Quality Of Pittsburgh Paint. This is our regular stock of Paint And Priced To Save You Money! Buy This Friday & Saturday — You Can't Go ' Wrong. LADIES GET YOUR DUST MOPS Regular $2.69 $1.49 of miles, to supply it to them , . , for truly better living. SPONGES Set Of 3 »cSet SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL FREEZER SUPPLIES IF YOU CAN FIND ANYTHING TO BUY AT REGULAR PRICES AND YOU BUY IT, ARNII WILL DO A HULA DANCE FOR YOU. BUT BE WISE - GET THE BARGAINS FROM OUR KURBSTONE KOUNTERS 50 FOOT 5 8" RUBBER TH£ GARDEN HOSE Guaranteed 5 Years

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