Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 17, 1967 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 17, 1967
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Reunion held at Burt by class of '57 Burt — The Burt high school class of 1957 had A reunion July 1 with 1 1 of the class of 17 members present with wives and husbands. Present were the Dick Yeomans (Mary Keith); Dick Kissners; Claire Reutzels; Eugene Wolfs, (Marlene Black), Bancroft; E. V. Resc- lands (Alice Thompson), Qwa- tonna; Duane Dittmers, Roger Shipler; Jack Thompson, (Beverly Larson), DCS Moin es: Dwayne Nelson (Arlysc Riding Equipment We art authorized dealers for Herford, Tex Tan and Circle Y saddles. Large M- lection of now and used ud- dlot. Complete line of tack. Women't and children'! squaw boots and moccasins. Western belts, buckles, ties and billfolds. Trophies and engraving. Leather repair. We Trade — We need used saddles and guns. KAUTZKY'S Johnson); Andy Harmes; Norman Mitchell, Des Moines. in the morning the members and children met at the school and toured the building and had coffee, cookies and kool aid; In, the evening they din* ed at rale Johnson Mouse. Picture's were taken and Norman Mitchell presided and read an original poem about each member and gave each a gift. The class will and class prophecy were read, Prizes were given to members married longest, Claire Reutzel, with most children 4, Claire Reutzel; to only bachelor, Roger Shipler; to one who lost most hair, Duane Dittmer. CROSSING REPAIR Traffic was rerouted around the depot and elcVator while the railroad crossing at the east edge of Burt is being repaired. 'The grade is being raised, crushed rock placed on it, new ties and rails laid by Northwestern. The street will be black topped. The county and town of Burt will share the expense. Later when funds are available, a new cement wall will be made west of the Burt park. CHURCH PAINTED July 8, men and boys ol the congregation painted the Methodist church. A coffee break was served by a committee of women members. Fort Dodge, Iowa 52-59 MOTHER IS ILL Mrs. Donald Mitchell was called last Thursday. Her mother, Mrs. L. C. Williams of Welcome, Minn., had a Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA The Flag Is Flying In Memory Of... LT. CMDR. CHARLES B. CARLON EASTLAWN MEMORIAL GARDENS OFFICE — 708 S. Phillips, Algona, Iowa 9_5 Monday through Friday , Saturday 9 — 12 A.M. . . Sunday 1 — 5 P.M 4—Alfefla (leva) r*ONDAY, JULY 1?, 1*7 stroke and the past week ha! been a patient in the Trimoni Community hospital. She is some better and Mrs. Mitchell came home Tuesday. Mabel Larson, Algona, was a guest Tuesday of Mrs. Art Leason. The Lloyd Stewards, Davis, Calif., were guests Tuesday to Thursday at Walter Steward's. Lloyd and Walter arc brothers. They visited othei relatives In this area and wil be here for the annual Stew ard reunion at Methodise Park, Clear Lake July 16. The Jerry MoMullens, White Horse, Yukon Territory, Can' ada, are visiting the parental G. H. McfMullens. Mrs. Helen Johnson now has three patients, Mrs. Julia Bunkofske came Monday. She is Mrs. Floyd Sill's mother. The L. E. Riebhoffs returned from San born where they attended open house July 9 at their son John's church. This week they are in Des Moines at their daughter, Lorna's. The Robert Voigts, Jr., of Lawton, Utah, were recent guests at the Merwyn Cunninghams and the Robert Voigts, Sr. Junior Girl Scouts, Cadet. Scouts and new Fly-tips wenl swimming at the Bancroft pool and had a treat of water melon. Several Cadets spen» an afternoon at the home ci their leader, Mrs. Russe) Patterson for a cookout and horse back riding. Ida Wallace returned July 12 to Chicago after ten dayr at Gladys Hawcott's anc with the Wallace Hawcotts. Mrs. Delmar Garner and daughter April and, Mrs. Rhoena Behse, Ypsilanti, Mich., came Monday for a visit at Wallace Hawoott's. Mrs. Garner is Mrs. Hawcotts sister and Mrs. Behse, her mother. Mrs. Sylvester Robinson, Bancroft, spent several days Slreit shower al Whittemore Whittemore — Coletta Streit, Whittemore, was honored at a Miscellaneous Shower last Tuesday in St. Michael's hall here. Five hundred was played with Inez McGough of Fort Dodge winning high, Mrs. Lydia Bisenius second high. Mrs. Ed O'Brien won the door prize. Miss Streit will be married to Thomas Cahill of Fort Dodge on August 11. iMrs. Jess Dugah entertained her bridge club fast Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Elizabeth Post will be hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sens- busch, Kathran, Karen, Richard, Jr., and Kammie, Houston, Texas, visited at his parents, the William Sengfousch- es for two weeks. They called at the Ferd Ostwalds, Willis Strueckers and Wilbur Knechts, all of Whittemore. They also went to Mllaca, Minn, to his brother's, the George Sengbusches. George is presently in the Veteran's hospital in Minneapolis for tests and treatment. The family returned to Houston July 7. Mrs. Lloyd Pool, former resident here, now living at Ren wick, had major surgery July 10 at the Belmond hospital. She is making good recovery. Medal Staff Sgt. Larry F. Shepherd, Nashua, was presented the Air Medal at TachikoWa Air Base in Japan. Larry is an aircraft engineer for a Hercules bomber. MINUTES FROM CM * FISHER BLDGS. DOWNTOWN DETROIT A Downtown Motor Hotel with FroQvtrnlght Parking en Our Adjoining Lot 300 PINE ROOM! AND SUITIS AT LOW PRICES Afr Conditioned and TV Roomi Prlvatt Bath <£$0 Doublet fjK from *r\ from *t U I ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY CONVENIENT DINING Telephone (313) 831-8600 ERICAN 401 TEMPLE AT CASS AVE. Wt Honor Dintn and ^American Expreti Credit Card FOR YOU. TOMORROW'S BANKING SERVICE TODAY at the OWA STATE BANK Banking has progressed from the pen and ink method of recording checks and deposits to the new Electronic Data Processing Computer System. In order to give our customers all the advantages of Electronic Data Processing, The Iowa State Bank will soon be processing all items on the latest electronic equipment. By using the computer method of posting, much of our employee's time will be relieved to give our customers more personalized service. )»£& l^/mn MMIHUH («' owa State Bank "The Bank That Has Time For You" AUGONA, IOWA COMPUTERIZED last Mfeek'with her siatot Mrs. Carl Reynold*. Owyneth Teeter to home from Waterloo on vacation. Thursday MM. Glenii Teetef, Gwyneth, and the M. L Dut- tons were guesto at Raymond Nelson's, LuVerne, for Ms birthday. Glenn . Teeter returned home Friday from Ames where he had attended school for a. few days. eeeoeeeeeoeeeeoeeeeoer LOCALS •••••••eooeeeeeeeeeee Barbara Ann Weydert visited the past week in Colorado Springs, Colo., with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Putzstuck and family. The Putzstucks are former area residents. Miss Weydert is employed here at the Atao finance Oo. rNtti Ot •« . Mm, Lftiiif ifid John return* ed Tuesday from a vacuum trip to Colorado Springs, Fort Morgan, Colo., Norfolk, Neb. and thmtfi the Black Mills. The Andersons formerly lir- ed at Port Morgan and visit, ed friends there. Mrs. And' erson works at McMahon and Camel law offices and Mr. Andenon with Brnte Will' latnt John Deere. N M. COWER, tested w. WALttft, SERNICE A..WALKtft. DENNIS MELVIN AVALKtU, DIANE surWiTZ, arrty JEAN .WALK* ER, SUSAN MAHlE WALKER, AND MlfcHAEL ALBERT WALKEft' AND TOALL OTHER MRSONS .I^TER- EStED IN THIS MATTER: You and •oth of you of* hereby notified ttwt thtr* U flow oh flM in the offle* of the Clttk of the above entitled Court, a Report of Sale of the real ettofe deicflbod at. The Northoeit Quarter (NW'/i) of Stttlon Twenty- flvt (25). In Towmhlp Une- fy-ilK North (*6N), Rang* House In Alaww, Kowirfh , lowo, Oft the 24th day of July 1967, at trie Hour of 10:00 o'clock A.M., at which time 6Hd pi** any p»r*wi In- tefetted thtrelh may f II* . written eb- (ectlone to the entry of an Order approving »oid iaK, and that any penon Intereited In rnaklng a hiaher or befler offer for told real ettote may appear and (rid thereon, after which told property will be approved 01 sold to tne hIghMt bidder, the detain and term* of which tale will t* more Mly explained at told , North (WN), Ran TNrv.WMt (30W) of the at private'tale for the «urn of $85,400,00, a copy of the tale eofitraef for whkh U attached hereto. You are further notified that by Order «f the above entitled Court thli rfMftef hoi been Mt down for hearino In the court room of the Court e Doted at Algono, Iowa, trXi I3fh day of July, 1987. • /§/ 8«fn»e* A. Wolket Sernlce A. Walker, Executor of the eitote of AgnM I. Walker, deeeoied miblithed In the Aloono Kottuth County Advance, Ataono, Iowa. July 17 and 20, 1967. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICI Of MIAHIN4 ON IALI Of RIAL IITATE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, N AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY, . PaOBATI NO. Nil IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF AGNES J. WALKER, DECEASED. TO: .EDNA L. BROESOER, LEONA A. LOVSTAD, LUELLA MCARTHUR, atlDMT tSTIMATI AND RECORD Of fll(N« TOWN AND CITT ESTIMATE NOTICE— The Town.council of Burt of Koisuth County, Iowa, will meet Aug. 7, 1967, ot 8 P.M., at Town Hall. Tmcnyers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning January I, 1968. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. G. H. McMullen Town Clerk. " 1 2 3 4 5 «~~ EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR FUNDS If Cl Genefal 1,712 3,829 5,176 6,100 Street 1,056 3,914 4,030 6,600 Public Safety 591 14,510 2,491 2 100 Sanitation 1,360 1,276 1,529 1,000 Municipal Enterprise 211 653 700 2,325 Recreation 209 300 225 300 Utilities 15,856 93,593 73,917 44,000 Debt Service 223 5,804 6,050 5741 Trust and Agency .. 411 554 550 750 Street (Road Ike Tax) 725 5,704 5,586 6,000 Liquor Profit 109 1,155 800 1,000 Sewer Construction 30,287 67 100 1,100 3,600 1,400 200 1,325 44,000 3,041 6,000 1,000 5,000 3,000 700 800 1,000 200 2,700 750 TOTALS 22,466 161,880 102,101 75,916 100 61,666 14,150 Estimated Taxes per $1,000 of assessed value $ 2.15 Taxable valuation (1966) . J 658505 Taxable valuation, agricultural lonos (1966) $ 6,476 Moneys and credits (1966) $ 269,577 Published in the Algono Kouuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa, July 17, 1967 "I AM Perhaps you're just determined. We are determined, too, to give our customers the best protection, service and representation possible at the lowest price. Remember, independent agencies such as ours, represent you when you have a claim or loss. BOHANNON INSURANCE AGENCY ALGONA YOU'RE INVITED TOM TRUCK DAY IN ALGONA THE INTERNATIONAL TRUCK CARAVAN SHOWING THE COMPLETE LINE OF ALL MODELS OF INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS FROM SCOUTS TO CO 4000's WILL DE HERE ALL DAY Wednesday. July 19th NO PURCHASE NECESSARY ECONOMY DRIVIN6 TEST A CHALLINOI FM IACH AND tVMYONI ID THIS BI6 EVENT 1417 Commercial m-isoi

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