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For Million and A Half * ^ ""'" ' The K6SsUth cbunty treasorer Ibaded April •'W&ft^tSSt&W' 'oil the total in a hUrry, "< ^ *• Biggest. Single voucher issuecl py" County, Treasure? ftosella Voigt went to thr Algoha t2om- $1.450.00" Snd netft in I - 1 *"^"-School District, fof $386, ' mallest l Vdtichet to a towft to A total l <sf S6 Vdtichfers w^nt'.id townships iht-tha .cAift$« • " 4 Lct* Verne goi , tTfit Ingest ,214.17, about 26 percent of the total paid out during thfe issuance ,bf the funds. The SSntral school Was nekt In. line with $107,88^.83. The next eight in' line were: -Titohka -*.u*:i....$94,W3'.oa Swea City-' _.*4-__ 87,779.49, • Burt ,^L.:^ 84,223.05. ' -Lakota „ 77>282.18 LuVferne ^.^..j. 67,712.84 Ledyard 57,301.53 ' Corwith _^__.. 53,704.25 ,,-West Bend ^ '. 53,604.27 • Smallest amount- paid- to. •Tt/V/tVU Union Buft i Greenwddd *-.*." 1,37S.08 Sherman .^.^B.Ii.. 1,060.98 Buffalo .-...,. 1,000.00 Plum Cretek ****.ut.it 1,QQO>00 Ramsey ^.t»'»a. .'i JLi • JiOOOJOQ The towhshid V6ttch^§ Iffe | cemetery, fll>e eqtHt>ment ( ''tcw ship hall repairs, library,-etc,, ifi the various ai-easY* ^Thfei Sehtfal Seneca fire fund got the smallest payment, $10; « , Total amount of school .vouch ets was $1,253,345.06, Mlile . •v>»w*«.whfv UHIUM** v - £^UAVA bw. « GJ.O 'w no «pi |«uU}U - zutwu| ^yv JIA*W J-,IA school was $141.92 to , Sherman ship vouchers'totaled'only,,' township. A total of 29 school 665.47. Vouchers were -issued. Algona also received the larg« est voucher of any town in the cbunt'y, $135,726.54. The amount Was-60 percent of the $222,077.24 that went to 13 towns. Next in lihe behind were: Bancroft „__-_: $17,131.94 ,.*Swea City —^^..^_ 15,018.76 '••Whittemore _..„. 11,000.00 , A voucher for $11,500 was is sued to the Kossuth .Cou,ntj Agricultural Extension Service. The over-all county tax picture shows that slightly more than 60 percent of.'all taxes due have been paid by Kossuth (residents' and that portion has in ; tu"rtj been passed on with the above listed voucher payments. . •' Julius Irmiter Julius Irrriiter, Armstrong, pk- tui-pd, above, sort of Mr and Mrs 'Hfinty Ifmiter, received a,»silver FFA' award for ^his mechanics entry at the, 31st statui convention held recently. Others attending from Armstrong chapter were Advistot* Marvin Hlbben, Earl Von Bank, David Vigdal, Htirvey Cheever, Robert. Troff, Larry Reding arid Milton Smith, Sharp Rise In New Car Sales; 54 !n 2 Weeks > * , .1 New cars and trucks continued tt» sell at a rapid pace during the jpast two weeks. A total of 54 ntrw vehicles were registered at the, , couttty treasurer^ off tec, ' •" ' Last Seasonal Held, Lakota 1 Lakota — The last meeting of the PTA was held Monday, night. After a short meeting conducted by the president, Burdette Hoep- p'ner, 'the program was given.'by, pupils of the 7th grade, taught by-Mrs Hagenson: Cornet solo by Barrel Claybaugh, accompanied by; Mrs V. A. Barrett; Play — .written, produced and directed by Carolyn Ley; The-chorus sang ."Kentucky BstoeV and "He's Got the Whole World in, His Hands." They were accompanied by Carolyn Ley. Saxophone ,<s o 1 o, "Spring Blossoms"; —' by Cheryle Rae Anderson and accompanied •by .Mrs V. A. Barrett. . Mr and Mrs Ernest Bauman entertained at dinnsr following the baptismal services for their in- fa'nt son,' Eugene Albert. arid Mrs Roger Meyer 'had a^baptismal dinner, following , the held last week concerning the Cub Scouts. William Hanken is the new Cubmaster with Herman Jutting as his assistant. Chairman of the Pack Committee is Robert Hamilton and tfteir members are Dbn.Boyd, W, D. Ley and Raymond Krominga. The Brotherhood .Spring Rally- held last Sunday -at Renwick. Attending from St.- Paul's Lutheran church ,of Lakota were Walter Sachs, area secretary, John Zimmerman, Arthur Tietz, John Wibben and Lou A. Nitz. Mr and'.Mrs • Harm .Steen 1 hard's daughter, Thelma, who has taught for -the past,'three years, at Thompson, Iowa,, has accepted a position' to teach"; 4th grade at Estherville, this coming year/ Skunk Killed At Burt; Test For Rabies Set LONE ROCK Burl -1 A loV of ' excitement developed •. in < Burt • Saturday morning when a skunk was-found on the scHobl grounds; The authorities were out to catch it alive if possible, but that was not •the case, and the animal was shot. Marshal 'Walter . Stewart took the body to'Ames for exam- jnation .<for p rabies. While .this animal 'was wandering around it went in the yard at Herman Neitzel's place. Mr Neitzel, who just started for work, went back to shut the porch door, and the skunk followed close behind him, and would have gone inside, but the door shut too soon. , , , , pifek- up. filmore; P;L, Koppen, -Lakoto; R. W. Flaig, Lone Rock; Titonkn Ltocker, Titonka; Thelma Steeh- hard, Lakola; Freddie Edeh, Wesley; D. E. Weber, Bancroft; R. J. Blomslcr,' Lakota;/ &\Veo City Produce, Swea City;jSchult?. Bros., Algona"; W. M, Dacken, Lone Rock; V. A, Sachs, Lakota; William Mather, Jr., Swea City; M. H, Kucek, Lone R,ock; Ray- rnond Bilsbofough.^lgofla', T. P. Sheridan, Bancroft; and M. J, Wolfe, Bancroft.' Ford — • Farmer's Elevator, pickup, Lakota; Donald Prieskom, Algonn; J. R. Johnson, Sexton: K. R. Beisch, Algona; B. G. Brink, Bancroft; Farmers National Co., Algona;' D. E, Mino, Ledyard; C. H. Klamp, Algona; L. J., Smith, Algona; R. D. Palmer, Algona; S. P. Steward, Burl; Bob Wood, Burl; Kent Motor Co., Algonuj W. E. Smith, .West Bend; Andrew Deiterlng, Bancroft; D. D. Dundas, Burt; E. J. Ulses, fiurt; R, >F. Kollasch, Lakota; and G. fi. Harms, Algona. Rambler — Ralph Mastin, Elmore; and W. W. Boettcher, Burt. Dodge— A. C. Pavlk; *. Armstrong; and Carl Giesking,~Sr., Titonka. ' '; Olds — L. II. Menke, Bancroft, Pontiac — F, E. Munyer, Ledyard; E. H. Kramersmeier, Ledyard; M. H. Brower, Algona; L. G. Gink, Wesley; C. F. Welp, Bancroft; and K. D. Yungeberg, Algona. Cadillac — II. E. O'Green, Swea City. 4 Simca *— Percival Motors, Al- •gono. • ' International 'LuVe'rne. GMC — Mor-Gro, Inc. ' -, DeSoto — J. F. Wubben, Buffalo Center.' Plymouth — Marie Frankl, Irvington; and Charles Eggerth, Swea City. .[ The Idle' Hour club met in the home of Clete Salz April 30. Mrs Ed .Tigges was the assisting hostesses. There were 18 members present. Mrs Albert Shaser and Neva Thompson .were in charge of entertainment. Mr? Fred Tigges and Mrs Dick O|D6n kptisrrial services' lor' their fant "son, Lowell Thomas. . ; Mr t and Mrs Walter''Eicheri- berger received a nice May Basket in the form of a young daugh- , ter, Debra Ann born May 1st at •the Buffalo Center hospital. _Mrs Eich'ehberger will be remembered as the former Bernice yWertjes. The maternal 'grandparents are Mr and Mrs Ed Wertjes of Lakota and the paternal grandpar- „ ents are t Mr " and Mrs Robert Eichenberger of Blue Earth. * Dr., and Mrs-H, H. Murray left Sunday morning for Des Moinea where .Dr. Murray will attend "the 'State Dental Convention. George Enrien was able to re- iturn'to his home .from St. Mary's hospital on Tuesday. He is slowly recuperating from a severe head infection. Mrs Idah 'Rippentrop arrived home late Friday evening from a visit with her son, Roger, who is a 'Hospital Corpsman at the U.'S, Naval Hospital at Oakland, Cal. ." Mrs Rippentrop stayed with the Earl Baxter family in Oakland. Mrs Rippentrop visited,a former Lakotan, Richard Mittag, who is. in the Navy*"Air Force; at;'Ala-: meda. UShelda Hertzke, daughter ; of Mr and Mrs Ray Hertzke of Dakota and a student at Wartburg College has, accepted a position 'as Parish Worker at a new Lutheran church being built .at Ruskin Heights, a suburb of Kansas City. She will start her work on July-1. ' :'Lakota Lads 4-H met April 20 at the home of David and Jim Winters. Jim Winter gave a demonstration. Paul Trenary gave out membership cards, David Winter was chosen 1 - to represent ithe Lads at the State Course in Ames in June. Jim Winter -was chosen to go to the 4-H Camp at Clear Lake. ' • ' Vernon Dornbach of 'Lakota, manager of Thompson Yards, attended a two day regional sajes 'meeting at Worthjngton, Minn, last week. ' * Monday night supper guests at the John Roelfsema home were Mr and Mrs John Batton of Swea City and their daughter, Mrs Wayne Draper and three children of Knierim. After supper they all called on the Rober.t and Donald Kollasch famjljes. ., , , Mrs Pearl M. Smith returned ' Saturday afternoon from attending the three day State convert •tion of the Iowa Branch of the National League of Postmasters, Lakotans -will be interested to know that Richard Smith, son of Mrs Pearj Smith, has been chosen •to receive assistance for undergraduate , .research dwrwg.jthe 1959-60 year from a $9,7,10 grant from, the National Scienc' 49 The'Me8dames William 4er, Kilmer, Hanson, C- CJ?Cprv zema, 7; W, Bpofc/Ita Jerry, Ufcena, Hsrlan . Kruse Jphn Ophejm and I. B. Wortman ' ftldVbelftW birthday dinner at t))9 h PWS Pf Elsie Baym on A- reorganisation meeting nelLand Mrs Ralph -.TKompsen were'given'prizes. "*"'*"* ' ir> '' I ' David Johnson, who is'.'in the Air" Force, • visited Wednesday , — 'Chapman's ( -_._ Force, with friends in and around Lone Rock. Mrs Dave -Weber and Bobby went to a band concert in St. Cecelia's Academy at Algona. •; Warren Thompsen, Lyle, and .Linda were Sunday callers in the Lillie Thompsen home. Mr and Mrs Clifford Juhl of Forest City and Maggie ' Button of Algona visited in the -Wallace McArthur home Sunday. •' •The Lone Rock Lively Rockets *4-H Club met at the H. A. Holmgren home Saturday. They worked on their,.wooden!bowls, and listened to .records and also rehearsed for their program for their- mother's tea,' Happy Homemakers club met recently in ' the home' of Mrs Henry Schrader. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family visited Sun'day in -t^ie Everett Dreyer 1 home at Fenton. They were celebrating Everett's birthday} and :also 'Mr _and Mrs Art Krause's anniversary. -,-•'• Mrs Delmar Fischer, Mrs .Ifans' Duer of Ringsted, Mrs; Herman Gabel, of Swea City, and Mrs Bill Dorsey of Seneca went to Cedar Falls over the weekend to vigit their daughters who are attending Teachers College there. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey were Sunday guests in the H. T. Bunkofske home at Algona. Mr and Mrs Jim Long were. Friday callers in the Emma Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence , Rath and Mrs Martha Rath were also Friday guests. Mrs Emma Hurlburt and girls were callers Sunday in the Orie Hurlbur.t home at "Fenton. Mr and Mrs Wm Knoll and family spent Sunday evening in the Frank Cruikshank home, at Algona, Mrs Minnie Sorensen of Beach, N. D. was recently a visitor in the Herman Kramer home. Mr and Mrs 'Herman Kramer visited, •Sunday in the Agnes Tabor home at West Bend. The Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary went to the Spring meeting • of the Women's Legion Auxiliary at Carroll Sunday. Those attending were Mrs Fred Genrioh, Mrs Bernard O'Donnell, Rose Kraft, Mary Flaig, Mrs Roy Jensen, Miss Yager and Mrs E. A, Les, / Mr .and MJS Gene Blanch and family and,Mr and Mrs Blanchard went to Ames and visited in the home of Pel bert Blanchard and family. Ricky, son of Delbert Blanchards, returned to Lone Hock with his gran4- parentf, tiie-g4 B,la.nohards, and, wiU be vjsltwg them for a wees or SQ. " •..'•;•. >>-'- / Mr 'w.4 ,Mrs H^rberl of- WhittemorQ..were . guest? ;n tt\e Donald, Radig MF Wd-- Mr? - Cjrt Bath S$ewsr1:,. ' -Minn, were__ Fr in " " ™ ' Mr and Mrs Lance! Riebh'off spent the weekend with Lorena Riebhoff in Des Moines and attended the tulip 'festival at Pella Mrs E. C. Schwieterl spent Monday at Clear Lake, and Wednesday went to Iowa her father, Wm. F. BaumloS Lakota.: . .'."I - i ijft iV,< Florin Bartlett, who^^at^-the Wilfair Rest Haven, was-af'Iowa City'last week for a check-up. W. F. Batt and Mrs John Miller took Mrs Batt to Iowa City Tuesday of last week where she entered University hospital for observation' and" treatment. Mr Batt and Mrs -Miller returned that evening. ' ' ,» 'Fifteen members attended the Fidelis Class Party at Lulu Hawcott's Wednesday. Helen Vogel ner at the Hudy BeThlnRhaus Jr., home. Emory Johnson, pfiflcSpal at the Twin Rivers grade school Mte, has been ill since Thursday, but is improving nnd hopt-s to be bnck at si'hnol soon, Mr and Mrs Richard Kinficth, Mr nnd Mrs Oliver Kinselh and Mrs Mary Cobb of West Bend attended the sixth district rural mail curriers ossocintion dinner and meeting nt Fort Dodge Saturday evening. Ctivol Kcmna, 13 1 , daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Kcmna, hnd her appendix removed at Mcn:y hos« pitul nt Fort Dodge Sunday night. Mr nnd Mrn Dean Nilges and F'uul Jny of Sumncr spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs II. D. Benson. Sunday they all visited II, D. Benson ut Mercy hospittil at Fort Dodge. Mr Benson is improving, nnd hopes to bo home tlie latter part of the week. Mr nnd Mrs Curl McNurlin and Clinton nnd, Jerry Wchrspnnn visited Mrs MeNurlin's father Charles ttrummitt nt Lemons Vlo. and her sister, Mrs Hnrolt Bell and family of Green Cnslle Mo. Saturday. Mrs Donald Usher, Mrs Willio Nafiye of Bradgate nnd Mrs Terwilliger of Mumboldt aecompan- ie'd Mrs Esther Curry of Brad- gnto to Cednr Falls Saturday Where they spent the. weekend with their daughters nnd Mrs Curry visited her sons. All nrc students nt Iowa State Teachers College. It was a special Mother's Day weekend. Ed Grnmselh. of Cedar Fallu and Herman Grnnseth of Fort Dodge visited, Friday afternoon ' with the Ivan Eyensons, Mrs Selma Nelson spent Friday at the home of her son, the Morris Axnes' at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Fritz Britt of Renwick und. Mr and, Mrs Robert Spcich and Kevin of Algona were Sunday guests at the Anlone Speichs. Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain arrived home Saturday evening after spend ing a week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Larson nt Leeds, N. Dak. Mrs Essie Cooper and Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and sons saent Sunday at the Clyde Coopers at Dexter, Minn. Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer, Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrspann and Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrsptmn attended a Lutheran Layman 1 !! League at the Lutheran church at Whittemore Sunday evening. Robert Kemna of St. Joe, Mo. spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Ed K.emna. Delbert Wehrspann of South Dakota State College at Brookings visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrspann over the weekend. Thumfoy, May 7, 195$ Algofta Ha.) Upp«f ft* spent weekend Shafffirs with Mrs John The Jotlg- Strg nnd Mary Jane at parental, Mr nnd Mrs WalteC R. Smith, Mrs David R. Pearsall of Avon, Conn, and Mr* Leeftt lie: Des Moine« 4«*C5> JTlV/lllCaf W til C IvUfJU'CIJr U guests of friends, Mr and ... Dettmer Thompson. Geatt fhotfi son and Barbara Mlfto ^efer a* dinner guests. ANHYDROUS AMMONIA 82% uwfca day andnfflkt to increase crop yields, EngesserBoy, 6, Injured By Kick Of Steer Swa 8t Eftgl* — John, six-year- old son of Mr • and Mrs Lor Engessor, spont the greater pert of lost week nt Holy Family hospital, for.obscrvntion. Ho was 1m his father's form yard -when n steer kicked him in the abdomen. Mrs Art Larson underwent an appendectomy nt Eslhftrvllle last wJeek Friday. Gone Thompson returned homci Inst week Wednesday after completing 0 months National Gunrtl Training. Mrs Francis Torino had ns Thursday afternoon lunclinou guests, Mrs J. A. Snnftnpr. Mrs Olo Johnson nnd Mrs Ardon Hovey of Lone Rock, Mrs Jean Simmons, West Bend, hns returned home riftcr sevornl weeks slay fit the home of hot sister, Mrs George Pearson. Mr and Mrs Bruce Shaffer am daughter De-bra find Mary Jont Smith of Wessington Springs, S. oxrt:>x^omtttt^^ Home Federal Savings and Loan Association ,, of Algona/ Iowa ^ PRELIMINARY FINANCIAL STATEMENT I Now Is The Time For Pre-Plant Application CALL OR SEE US ABOUT THE SIMPLICITY AND ECONOMY OF APPLICATION MOR-GRO, Inc.-A'gona 509 Diagonal Phone CY 4-3548; Mrs Donald Usher was a visitor. • Ejection of officers was held 'and the following were chosen; Jenny Riebhoff, president; vice pres., Edna Smith; Sec. and Treas., Lulu Hawcott., " ,The Sewing Circle met' with Amelia Polhemus Friday afternoon. There were no birthdays and all members were not able to attend. ' •,,.•-. Mrs Clara VanSteenberge is at .her home for the summer. She w?s'. housekeeper for Raymond Norton at Algona during the winter months. , Mrs Lawrence Doege is spending this week with her daughter-in-law, Mrs Rafdal at Austin Minn. '.'•'• .The following young peqple were taken into the Presbyterian church: Joyce Angus, Gene Bahling, Ruth Harms and Cheryl Lovstad." Mrs W. E. Hundentmark arrived home May, J}frpm<;Anch,or- agd, Alaska,' where "she 'has 'b^Tan a practical nurse at, the Native hospital there for 15 months! En- route home she visited Mr and Mrs Elmer Larson and Brian at Minneapolis and Dr. 'and Mrs Ernest Lorenc at Rochester, Minn. Mrs Percy Watnem attended funeral services for her uncle, Henry Mitsven, at Humboldt 'Friday afternoon. Sunday afternoon guests at the Oliver Lee home to help Terry celebrate' his fifteenth birthday, May 5 were -Mr and Mrs Harry, Dasen and son, of Bode, Mr and Mrs Maurice Halsrud and family of Bradgate, Mr and Mrs .LeRoy Worby and daughters and Mr and Mrs Carlisle Halsrud and family. "Grandma" Caroline Telford, 89, has been ill with, pneumonia last week, but is gaining and able to be up part of the time. Her! daughter, Mrs Corrine Frey is'i helping care for her. Mrs Lenhard Hoi den returned home Tuesday after 'spending a week at Marion with relatives and friends. • Mr and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk attended confirmation services for their grand-daughter, Maria Jean Berninghaus, at the Lutheran church at Stewart, Minn. Sunday.. Following the service ithey joined a family group at din- 63rd Mr* and Mrs D. W, Conrad ol Lcjw'deiv recently celebrated their j63f d^yiredding anhiversafy., ',,Mj •G3hrad 1 ""whb'is Lowden's oiai*St resi'dent, is 91 and Mrs Conrad i~ As Of May 1, 1959 ASSETS Govt. Securities on hand $ Gl Govt. guaranteed Loan ,._ tame Federal & FHA Loan .._ Ownership In Federal Home Loan BaTik ~ .„Remodeling Loan title 1 FHA Loans on Share Accounts Real Estate Contracts and Real Estate Owned Office Building and Equipment Misc. Assets Including current Expense First 4 Months of 1959 : _ 1,975,534.05 2,772,061.00 6,690,131.21 180,000.00 230,003.32 4,450.00 15,872.61 124,327.33 42,670.55 Capital $10,782,128.9J* _ 319,467.13^ L I A B I L IT Savings Loans In Process Prepaid Taxes & Deferred Credits Reserves - Surplus and Current Income _' I E S *>• 45,713.63< •. f * **-^ 887,740.40- TOTAL LIABILITIES —_._____$12,035,050.07^ -*•!» ttftt RESERVES! TOTAL ASSETS ___$ 12,035,050.07 CURRENT EARNINGS 3V4% PAID SEMIrANNUALLY LIQUIDITY SAVE WITH SAFETY •: • , jfflf^? All accounts fully insured lo $10,000 with Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation in Washing Ion D.C. - 3?? OFFICERS & DIRECTORS * , KM. C. R.. LaBarra, Presidont, M. J. Mowers, Execulive Vice President & Secretary, Mark R. Sianioia* Assl. Secrelary & Treasurer, M. G. Norton Vice Prejident, G, D. Shumway, H. M. Hauberg, W. 1^. Foster, Dr. Karl R. Hoffman, Hon. G. W. Stillman. ^ HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION B ALGONA; Since 1917 Now in 42nd yean Specializing in Home Loans, Savings mtos^&aym^mxox^^ , „• ... ,., , and Investment • AccountjCi No, Indeed, Mother Is Queen Forever and a Day! And to honor her on her special day, you can wrap a lot of love for Mother in a beautiful gift from Christensen's. Gift Suggestions of Quality Branded Merchandise: SPORTSWEAR - Slacks - Pedal Pushers Bermudas - T-Shirts by "White Stag" "Queen" - "Bobbie Brooks". Jamaicas — "Jantzen" Upper Public Notice! All Dogs will be confined or kept on leash during the week of May 9; 19£9, Saturday, 6:00 a.m. to May, 16, 1959, Saturday 12 noon. All-dogs found unconfined will be impounded by the City of Algona. Dogs not claimed within ; twenty-four hours will be disposed of. A fee will ! be charged owners. Claiming impounded dogs, and city license and Rabies inoculation will be required before dog is released. A Pet Parade, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce', will be held Saturday morning, May 16,1959, ' " /',»*: " * ''- ' '• J, I City of Algona, , •* PR, CAMJRQN & SH '•', ' '-'••, MAYOR- DRESSES — Suits in all the new Drip Dry fabrics. LINGERIE — Gowns — Peignoirs — Slips and Panties by "Kayser". HOSIERY - By "Belle Sharmeer" and "Hanes". TABLE CLOTHS - By "Quaker" .and Hardy" Linens. HANDKERCHIEFS 5 - By "Nashaar". BLOUSES - By "MacShore" and "Ship N' Shore". DUSTERS — In new Drip Dry fabrics. JEWELRY - By "Star". ? GLOVES - By "Lady Gay". BED SPREADS - By "Morgan Jones" and "Bates". ' W • 4 Yes, Christensen's will help you put a beautiful accent on Mother's Day, Received! Ne} Dacron Dresses

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