The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1960 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 9, 1960
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W&F^rffW?.: Upp»rDes Mdtnii fuesfftty/ Aujj, 9, at Notices witt State! of Iowa . , ss. Irt District Court i Kossuth County No. 7781 Mnrch Term, 1DOO. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! YOU AttE MESEBY NOTIFIED. That < An instrument of writing purporting to »be the last Will and Testament of James P. Blseriius, Deceased, dated July 25, 1BS1, and Codl-Ml attached thereto ' dated February 6, 1959, having been «thls day filed, opened and read, Monday the 22nd day of August, 1BOO, Is fisted for hearing proof of same at 'the pourt House In Algona, town, ! before the District Court of said County^ or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appean • and show cause, If any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and ' Testament of said deceased. 1 Dated at Algona, Iowa, August 4, 198l)l Alma Pearson 1 Clerk of the District Court. ' Wlnket & Wlnltel, Attorneys Algona, Iowa , Charles Baxter, 10, of Sherrill, 1 was bitten by; a skunk recently while tenting in his front yard. • The boy's cries awakened his pet dog, which killed the animal CAfiO OP fttAWKS I want to thank all my rela tives and friends fof the visits, flowers, Cards and letters' 1 received while I was in the Lut- herarl Hospital at Fort Dodge. They were greatly appreciated Vernon Evans. Lone Rock Co-Op Meets Thursday The recessed annual meeting of the Lone Rock Cooperative Ex< change Co. will be.held Thursday evening, Aug. 11, in the Legion Hall in Lone Rock, it is announced. Review of the past year's operation, plans for the future, and election of directors is the order of business. C. M. Gregory, manager of the Dike Co-op Elevator and Bean Processing plant will be guest speaker. He recently toured Japan, and has films taken on the trip. Wives arc cordially invited, and a lunch will be served, L. W. Gietzenauer, manager of the elevator stated. AD WORTH 10.°° on a famous MAGNUS Electric Chord Organ Now-Just 7195 with this coupon ad Reg. $129.95 Value ACT mornivt LIMITED TIME OFFER! No Mail Orders- No C. O.'D.'s Please ,j ,; ALL^SALES FINAL Pay Only $1.50' Per Week! $7.95 Down! Beecher Lane Appliances Algona CY 4-3613 Burf Elevator lops 1 Million In 1959 Sales Burf — Approximately 250 stockholders and friends of • the Burt Coop Elevator heard the various reports at the Annual Stockholders meeting Friday evening. Mgr. J. L. Miller announced that for the first time since the organization of the coop, sales had reached over one million dollars. The organization showed a net profit of $3,787 after patrons received $29,943 in profits. Sales for the year "totaled $1,011,218. The elevator showed sales totaling $856,269.87, while the lumber dept. totaled sales at $154,948.49. Government, grain handling and storage income amounted to $90,519.04. Gross savings and income were $184,655.99. Frank Becker was elected director to fill "the expired term of Arie Dittmer, who announced plans of retiring from active farming. Dean Andrews was reelected for another term. Speakers of the evening were Carl Laird, Mrs. Lurena Soderburg and Don Edison. Wale* SttfiedU Hurt's city,- '($ihidii 8 $6U& i eently to raise ' walef'.i'ates 4 ' 60 cents per month fbr''§adfr sumer location. The* tdwA's erning faddy also adopted/l posed budget of $12,200"$ of* iff&l at the same Meeting/ The budget shows a het decfea'SefJil- tafc- asking for the year of $818, The water rate increase Was passed to compensate tot future repairs and extensions jittd'^to build up a reserve fund in utility accounts. The reserve could then be used in case of emergencies and for general town improvements in the future. ' .•,,<< , The budget figure of $i2f,2&fr shows a slight increase in, proposed spending in the general, street and public safety funds and decreases in sanitation and, trust and agency funds. */ Underwent Surgery ; Burt — Danny, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Long, underwent surgery on his feet at UniVerSity Hospitals Monday. Danny returri- ed home Friday, Garfield Hustlers A meeting of the Garfield Hustlers 4-H Club was held Aug. 1, Three Budgets Approved; City Hearing Next The budget - hearing' seftsflft continued dbrirtg 1 the we^k^ -fii budget estimates for . Kossuth county, the Algona Community School District and the Extension Council were approved, A total of nine persons attended the three hearings, four at the c6un* ty hearing Monday, three at the school hearing 1 " Aug. 2 and two at the Extension hearing Aug. 3. While the county budget was set at $1,994,226 for 1961, it shows an increase of only $3,000 over the present year. The total to be raised byx is $1,037,500. Proposed expenditures by the school district amount to $713,713, an increase of $35,585 ' over the present year. Annual salary raises for instructors and administrative staff account for more than" half of the total increase. The amount to be raised by taxation is $651,413. i The budget for the Extension showr wfofeaed , of $18,666, With $19,50(5 fft raised»by ttesea;; wftfr total' expenditures to fe&$g;io# fcori titan itfo'ring »w,/ • ,:• . Itoe,' budget aeaflHtKfoV {he city 1 6f Algbna-l^ sl&tedat the" city hall tofflbrrtfW O^e'drteSdW) ntehbat 8/fj.m, The ejfty''budget will ask about $'43,06d'm6re ttbrfi taxes than in 1060, With most of the increase du£ to expected expenditures by the street department, and for debt. retirement, stro KdS- suth dbtffity'hirers, are Holding a-Denier .W&iitesday, August 10. fhey* \wiil .meet-at Call State Park,near the Stielteriiotlse at 6:80, 'SuSan 'Nitchals t ahd £>e&tt Bolds will give'a presentation,, based;oh the State Leadership Camp". Janice Bode and Daniel Skbw' will ipfesent-things from- the .State Health cdtnp. The committed .includes Susan fiitehftls, JeaHjKelthicAfih Sehl* It*,'. LwlW akoV, - tfafmle Lifttte, fi&flrf MStepfFArt -Mpgier.Sffid fid#P UftSi*^'!;;/,;^;, ,j- ' Overheated Mofor 'was -'called; to the JbHnsdftfarm, ajatiss , Highway 18 , from, Frank and, Em's, at! 9lS6 a.m,, Sunday Men' 'aft-eldctflc mbtbf became overheated'* and. began ,smb}tlng. There was little damage report- * i ( i (• N \-& ed. ' . - - ' •• ; ' iniii^^^ IT'S TIME FOR THE BIG 1960 FAIR Three From Area Graduate From S.U.I. Tomorrow Thrde students from this area will receive degrees from the State University of Iowa at Iowa City at the 1960 summer commencement to De held in the fieldhouse tomorrow (Wednesday, Aug. 10). They are FredericK Langmack Algona, who will .receive a master of arts degree in humanities: Ellen Stewart, Burt, a B.A. degree in genera.1 science; and Dennis Opheim, Bode, a master's degree in hospital administration. University President Virgil M. Hancher will confer the degrees and deliver the charge .to the students at the exercises which begin at 7:30 p.m. Fenton, Burl 1961 Budgets ; M M ' •- '' :. ? ^ ' ! - ' > • •• Ask LESS Money Fehton's town council approved a $13,860 proposed budget for 1961 at a meeting there recently. There were no-written or oral objections to the budget received. The budget is much different than most budgets being filed these days, in that it is for $6,000 LESS than the budget for the present year. Of the total, $10,200 will have to be raised through taxation. The council issued building Dermits to John tuhr, addition to ;he Friendly Tavern; Roy Petersen, addition to the rear of his furniture store; Edward Mitchell, improving a building lot; and Richard Winter, screened porch on a house trailer, at the meeting. DIAMOND'S Back - To - School Hints BE OUTFITED HERE FROM HEAD TO TOE ! A big difference of 102 years marks, this year's Kossuth County Fair. That's right . . . Kossuth is Now Celebrating its "102iid" Fair, and it promises to be 'the biggest and best aver| We invite you to come out to the big ^ Fair and* enjoy yourself. While you are there, make it a pbint to stop at our display and let,us show you what's hew in the World of lumber and ^building supplies. IVY LEAGUES Boys' Wash and Wear Ivys. 2 Colors To Choose From. Sizes 6-14. Sale Price'____ $1.99 Heavier weight Ivys in 4 colors. Cords and polished cottons. Sizes 6-18. Sale Price $2.99 Men's Wash & Wear Ivys. 8 colors, 2 fabrics to choose from. Sizes 28-40. Sale Price $3.98 DRESS OXFORDS Boys' Drass Oxfords, Loafers or Ties. Your choice! Sizes 12'A to 3. Sale Price $3.99 Men's Dress Oxfords, Loafers or Ties. Browns, Blacks, White Bucks. You name it, We have it. Sizes 6-13. As low as $5.99 SPORT SHIRTS Boys' Short Sleeve or Long Sleeve Shirts. As low as $1.59 Boys' Long Sleeve White Shirts. Sizes 4-18. Sale Price $1.98 Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts. Sizes 14'/2 to 17'/2. S-M-L-XL. Values to $3.95 Now _— f$1.98 See Our New Stock Of Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Priced From $2.95 UP. LET'S ALL GO TO THE FAIR .GOING TO THE FAIR EACH YEAR IS A HIGHLIGHT IN THIS AGRICULTURAL AREA. It is the occasion when you and your neighbors gather to compare the merits of various farming production methods and the quality .of dairy herds. T •". Congratulations FFA and'4-Hlers. ' 5 < f r. '/- • This is your show. We i congratulate you. Progress is measured in quality and in improvement of the product. Kossuth County's future depends upon you . .'. Best of luck ' "'" '' " " •-'' ' -• to all of you who have worked so hard to make this fair - • '* •" f • : '". . .' •• r- , •• '.'"'•• • • : so successful. . •, f\y ':'•;,« '-••,; .;';. ;•>'• '.' •, •" ; • • CONSOLIDATED CO-OP , ill »» > ;• -Mf lit I * 1 1 ' WEIL BE THERE, READY TO SHOW YOU ALL THE NEWEST & LATEST IN THESE FINE BUILDING MATERIALS! PRUDEN STEEL FRAMED BUILDINGS VETERSEN AUTOMATIC STOCK TANKS SUPER-STRUCTURES LAMINATED RAFTERS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS PELLA FOLDING DOORS & WINDOWS FENCE & POSTS ASPHALT & RED CEDAR SHINGLES THE FAMOUS NORTON HOG FEEDERS MODERN BUILDING MATERIALS PRE-CAST CONCRETE STEPS "Our Business Is Building'' • SEXTON '-H OTTOSEN TV ALGONA Right Next to Milwaukee Depot } * : i. ' ' : t 5 5 •'./.• i ? : f ! .. 5 . -•; ALGONA CYpress 4-4482 i '!••:• A ! 'V-. • \ f. t'- .» J M' i ». i I i. I • i 4 f J 1 f ( iil! 3 * ! I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiBiiiiiiiiiniiiii ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmuummmmmmmmKmmumm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi MAKE ALGONA YOUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL HEADQUARTERS Stiil In " : ifc Progress - - - Mid-Summer NEVER BEFORE SUCH A BONUS OFFER! 3 FLOORS OF FURNITURE NOTHING HELD BACK! GET 25% OF PURCHASE IN FREE FURNITURE! i . • *' A 25% Merchandise BONUS with every Furniture or Drape Purchase { At Our REGULAR LOW Prices! GET 10% OF PURCHASE IN FREE FURNITURE! A 10% Merchandise BONUS With every purchase in our Carpeting Dept. YOU CAN'T LOSE!, IT'S FREE! NEVER A SALE LIKE IT! BJUSTROM FURNITURE ALGONA - 3 FUU FLOORS - TERMS AS USUAL FR1I VAN DiLIVlRY

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