The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1959 · Page 4
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(to.) - • •••"" t ' ji ' itt "'i-H'Ti'(ilii I' thvmdoy, Joft. 42, 1939 Wesley Couples Back From Trip to Wesf y4nd SouM Wesley — Mf ted Mrs J, P, Stude* report a vifcy enjoyable trip to the Rdse B&wl football game and the parade at Pasadena, Calif. They leh Dec. 25 trotn Des Moittes om the Ha^keye Rose Bowl special tout. The tour took them oft a sighteefetfcg tour down into Mexico. At Phoettbc they visited by phone With Alice Kichtsmeier, who was oft duly at Si Joseph's hospital. At Los Angeles they, by chance met Keith Haverly on the street. Mr and Mrs John Cassel and daughter, Susan met them at theif hotel Mrs Cassel is; the former Bernadette Studer. daughter of the Ben Studers. She took the Wesleyans to dinner. - Art Lenkletter and wife ate at the table tiestt to them. In Richmond; Calif., they were t ,rriet by Mrs Studer's brother, .Louis bcheppmann and family. „' ' One day-while they were in Los Angeles they had a surprise '"< Visit from Mr and Mrs John Me- Collister of Iowa City and Mr and Mrs flarry Carter of Waterloo and they took Studera to Long Betch and to the old Mission Saft Juan, Caplstrano and they dined at victor Hugo Inn at Lagune Beach, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The Charles Nygaard family who recently returned from a two weeks sightseeing trip to Brunswick, Ga. report a pleasant trip with many side trips to places of historic interest, including St. Augustine and Ft. Meyer. Fla. They traveled through 100 miles of turpentine forests. At, Jacksonville, Fla. they saw 3 flat topped carriers and on the St. John river they saw the fleet of 1000 ships in mothballs. At St. Simons island they visited the mission established by John Wesley and the Epworth by the Sea, a huge Methodist camp center. Enroute home, they traveled via the Gulf Coast to New Orleans. Ex-Whiftemore Woman Dies In Cedar Falls Whiitemore—Mrs John S. Cul> len received word Friday of the death of her daughter Kathleen {Mrs Stephen Cole, 55), in Cedar ~, Falls. She succumbed to a heart 'attack after a lingering illness. Funeral services were held Monday at 9:30 a.m. in the Roman Catholic church in Cedar Falls. Her brother, Bev, John Cullen of Clare, conducted the services. She was born ih Whittemore, the daughter of Mrs J. S. Cullen and the late John Cullen. She attended Presentation Academy and graduated with the class of 1923. * Following graduation she taught in the rural schools in this vicinity. She leaves hor husband, two sons, and one daughter, her moth*- er, five brothers, Maurice of Fort Dodge, Joseph of Flannagan, 111., .Rev. John Cullen ot Clare, Edmund of Beaver Dam, Wife., and Pat at Storm Lake and fotir sisters, Mary, Mrs Joseph McTigue of Emmetsburg; Blanid of Palo Alto, Calif.; Anna Zita, Mrs Joseph Reiner of Detroit, Mich.; and Marcella, Mrs Paul Urich of here. David, son of Mr and Mrs Her* man Kollasch, was recently discharged from the Marines with a rank of sergeant. He spent the past two years at Cherry Point, N. C., as a metalsmith. ..He worked with an overhaul "and repair squadron on jet airplanes. David has accepted a position, with the Elbert Chevrolet garage. Janics Schuller, son'."of Mr and Mrs George Schuller who served for the past four years in the Marine Corps in Mexico, where he served hi, the electronics and radar division, is notv employed at, the Schumacher Radio and Television store in Whitlemofe. Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Arthur Iteidemvifh Mrs Mathilda Meyer and Mn Dora Faulstich wera entertained at pinochle Monday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer. «Ir and Mrs Elmer Jkihnke and son Everett and dsughte* Jeanettc of Lotts Creek wen- Friday evening visitors at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnkfe in Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Arthur Hejden- with, Dorothy Rosendahl and Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy visited with Mr' and Mrs Daniel Foley Tuesday, evening. Thursday evening the Dunphys and the Hei- denwiths and Dorothy Rosendahl visited,with Mr and Mrs Simon Weber. Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt and Mr and Mrs Joe Mordseth were entertained at cards at the home of Mr ahd Mi's Herman Voigt Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldott Ray of here were Sunday evening callers at the .home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Hciden- with. Afternoon and evening callers were Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey of BriU. MM P«nkey is a sister of Mr Heidenwith. Mr and Mrs Louis Braatz received word Monday evening that Henry Braate, 73, a brother of Louis had passed away in 'Milwaukee, Wis, He leaves Louis of Whittemore, and a sister, Mrs Rosa Zabel of West AUis, Wis. Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch entertained their Scatter club Monday evening, Raymond Elbert and Mrs Carl Ernest winning high prize. The latter also won the travel prize. Robert Walker and Mrs George Winkle won low. Mt and Mrs, Carl Ernest were guests. The Pinochle' club, was entertained at the Edward Farrell home, Monday evening, Edward Farrell' and Mrs Henry Mueller' winning high, Frank Piekarski and Mrs George Fandcl Sr., winning second high, Nick Reding and Mrs Frank Foley low. Mrs Marion Hyink won the travel prize. ' •' The South Side 500 club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs George iMeyer, Mrs Henry Wichtendahl winning high, Mrs George Maahs second high, Mrs Mathilda Mefra? low.. . , '^fl Mr and Mr* frank Eisete ef$« lerlained the Town and Coiifttt Club Sunday evening, fife fit dred was played, Leo WattSi-s Mrs Mike Mergen Winning | George Winkcl and Mrs Leo Walters low. Mrs Frank 1?6J! won the travel prtee. Mr £uid George Winkle and Mr and Frank Foley were guests of thfe club. „,* \ the Jolly SOD club met fti iftfci home of Mrs Pearl Besch Tue3..a£>. ternooh, Mrs Lucy Besch, Witt* ning high, Mrs Herman Vdijtf, second high, ahd Mrs JameS*' Beech, low. Mr and Mrs James' B. Geelaa entertained the Scatter club ,at their home Monday, evening, Mf and Mrs Herman Kollasch, win 1 * ning high, Raymond Elbsrt Sfta Mrs Carl Johnson, low. Joseph Loebach won travel. Mrs Gerald Elbert entertained the Neighborly club at her home Thursday afternoon. Five hundred was played. Mrs Sltton El*! bert, won high; Mrs Elliot Wald-1 schmitt, low; Mrs Elmer'filbert, door prize; and Mrs" ArithOnXv BuKcherfeld, travel. , .' % The Rosary Society at St. Michael's parish met in the Academy hall Wednesday evening. Aftet, a 6130 pot luck supper, a meetinj was held. Later Bunco -and. Jive Hundred were played. At Bunco" Mrs Edmund Elbert won high and Mrs James Mueller low^ • In Five Hundred Mrs James Butler Won high and Mrs Frank Eiesle, lo f w. Mrs James Bisenius won the plate prize. * • Mr- and Mrs Ralph Sebers of Waverly and Mrs Fred C. Wegener of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the home of'Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mrs Wegener and Art are sister arid brother. Mr and Mrs Nick Looftof Armstrong wore Monday callers' at the' home of Mr. and Mrs George Meyer. The women are sisters. Mayor's Court New > Mayor /Pro Tem, Jim Whittemore, heard one case in his court this, week. He fined John P. Vipond, Algona, >$5 and costs for speeding, on a city street, then suspened the fine. T!he happiness of your life depends, upon the quality of your thoughts.- EXPLMATION OF THE REVISED MONEYS As You Will Be Asked to Report On Your 1959 Assessment In the following your County Assessor strives to explain the reporting required relating to the moneys and credits law as amended by the provisions;;flfr Chapter 213, Laws of the 57th General Assembly. , , ,* '., Here are. two examples which will explain the procedu re followed by^the field assessors and the. personnel in the assessors office in making an assessment where the taxpayer has moneys and credits to assess. >• ,' Example No. 1 Example No. 2 LIST OF MONEYS AND CREDITS AS OF JAN. 1, 1959 LIST; OF MONEYS AND CREDITS AS OF JAN. 1, 1959 No - ITEMS Assessed Value No. ITEMS Assessed Value Non-1 nterest-Bearing Moneys and Credits...,?1. STATUTORY EXEMPTION __1 $ 5,000 2. LESS—Money in Bank . '.1: $ 300 3. Accounts Receivable $T , 4. ; Other Money and Credits .:$ 5. UNUSED STATUTORY EXEMPTION __$. 4,700 6. -6A ,7. 8. 9. Interest-Bearing Money and Credits MONEY ON^ DEPOSIT-in-banks, trust companies, postal and other-savings'banks, OF- similar financial institutions, wherever the same are .situated and which is represented ... time by certificates of deposit, or similar instruments $ MONEY, OTHER THAN above specified OR hand or under my control or that of my agent, whether the same is held within the State of Iowa or elsewhere _„ $PROMISSORY NOTES, bills of exchange, or similar evidences of indebtedness -,_„_$ STOCKS IN CORPORATION other than Iowa Corporations ' $ , BONDS ;(except United States, Bonds and bonds issued by the State of Iowa or any municipality thereof) ..___, , —$. REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES -either upon land within the State of Iowa or upon land situated outside the State of Iowa. FULL UNPAID. BALANCES ,„_,-„-- $ CHATTEL MORTGAGES •• upon personal property in the State of Iowa or elsewhere. FULL UNPAID BALANCES $ CONTRACTS .FOR, SALE OF REAL ESTATE . anywhere either within or without the state of Iowa. FULL UNPAID BALANCES _,_.$ ACCOUNTS, receivable ., , , „„$. JUDGEMENTS in Iowa or elsewhere $ ANNUITIES, royalties and all sums of money receivable at stated periods ____,„$ TOTAL INTEREST-BEARING MQNEYS 5,000 3,000 300 1,200 3,000 1,000 AND CREDITS -, r -„-..:.$ 10,500 ,' '*^ 16. ftpiti ih^'totai,^ the abpye Moneys and Cred- V ;/ .,|t^',;rc}tinii #^e4uction pf t'Jje amount of ray j /'-, ^Mjhafji4e indebtedness as follows; ! i¥> ., x N|meJawing to) P, 0. Address Offset Amount ' Non-Interest-Bearing Moneys and Credits 1. STATUTORY .EXEMPTION -'_$ 5,000 2. LESS—Money in Bank !__!$ 6,000 3. Acccounts Receivable Li__:$ _1 1. 4. bther Money and Credits $ I_I_II 5. UNUSED STATUTORY EXEMPTION ____$ none Interest-Bearing Money and Credits 6. MONEY ON .DEPOSIT in banks, trust companies, postal and, other savings banks or similar financial institutions, wherever the same are,situated and which is represented time by certificates of deposit, or similar instruments $ 6A MONEY, OTHER THAN above specifiecFon hand or under my control or that of my agent, whether the same is held within the State of Iowa or elsewhere* _ _ $ _ 7. PROMISSORY NOTES, bills of" exchange, or similar evidences of indebtedness $ 8. STOCKS IN CORPORATION other than Iowa Corporations $ 9. BONDS (except United States Bonds and bonds issued by the State of Iowa or any , municipality thereof) ___ _ $ 10. REAL ESTATE MORTGAGES eith~er™uponY land within the State of Iowa or upon land situated outside the State of Iowa, FULL UNPAID BALANCES _ $ 11. CHATTEL MORTGAGES upon personal . . property in the State of Iowa or elsewhere. FULL UNPAID BALANCES _, $ 12. CONTRACTS FOR SALE OF REAL ESTATE anywhere either within or without the state of Iowa, FULL UNPAID BALANCES j., $ 13. ACCOUNTS, receivable : $ 14. JUDGEMENTS in Iowa or elsewhere _JL_$ 15. ANNUITIES, royalties and all sums of money receivable at stated periods __ $ TOTAL INTEREST-BEARING MONEYS AND CREDITS . 300 1,200 3,000 1,000 15,000' $ 23,500 ,ntft ^^f^^^JSZZI^ * : *E"*'T";T- < 16. From the total of the above Moneys and Credits, I claim a deduction of the amount of my bonafide indebtedness as follows: Name (Owing to) P. 0. Address Offset-Amouii; 17. State Bank (City) $ 5,000 18. .Credit, Corp. . (C4ty) $ 4,009 19. ---------------------------- $ 20. __________ ..... __________________ $ I ___ " 21. Miscellaneous Accounts „„„ ___ ,,$ „ ___ „, . TOTAL INDEBTEPNEgS _____ $TT3Tf , 9,000 , NET AMOVNt MONEY AND CREDITS >" l4,50Q 22. L,ESS Unused Statutory Exemption (Item 5) $ npne 23. Assegse^ Yslue Mpney and Credits ______ f 14,500 24- Penalty 100% „,_.„„ _____ ,,.__1^__$ *,„,. 85. TOTAL MONEY & CREDIT ASSESSMENTS $.„__-. .KOSSUTO COUNTY ASSESSOR .-?-,, w J^IFI 111- t • f -' c^ * . ,.•;> -v,. •'.:> *"• v^ LEAN and DELICIOUS* READY TO B&ft-B-QUE .*-*/. ;>* Roth's Mulberry 1 LB. SAURKRAUT WITH EACH 1 LB. OF WEINERS 1/3 Ham .. 1/3 Pork 1/3 Beef HAM LOAF MIX Hormel's All jMeat MINCED While They Last! 30 Head 'TURKEYS 4 To 8 Lb. Birds Tenderloin End PORK ROAST & CHOPS Lb. 39c SPRING CHICKENS OYSTERS MRS TUCKER'S Pure- Vegetable SHORTENING 3 Lb. Can 69c Breast- O -Chicken 3 - PAK; TUNA CHARMIN •PAK TISSUE ROLLS $1.00 JACK SPRAT, WITH IQc COUPON INSIDE r, JOIbs. POWDERED OR BROWN Sugar, 4 Ihs. ELBERTA, NO. 2'/2 CAN STANBY FANCY 303 CAN, SUGAR Campbell's Tall Can SNIDER'S HOT, 14 OZ. BOTTLE TOMATO JACK SPRAT Des Moines BLEACH Gal. 6 Oz. Jar :. ^ •Monarch Instant 4 COFFEE OREO COOKIES 2 PK6S. 69c CONTADINA, NO. 2V* CAN, ROUND PEELED Tomatoes 2 ^ 49c »t ' MORTON^OUSE GIANT 27 OZ. Oven Baked ON^OUSE GIANT 27 OZ. FAMILY PAK BEANS ...29c MED. SIZE SUNKIST 3 DOZ. 14 BOX LARGE 96 SJZE FLORIDA Oranges 1.00 1. : Qft^LON GLACIEH CfcUB ICE CREAM STRAWBERRIES 5 PASCO, 18 02;. CANS. FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 2 FQR 89c

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