Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 15
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1967
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U H » HI I 1 I f < r >'i I I'M H | rH'HTt'H'H'H'H' Around Algona by ONIITA DlDftlKSEN fheneWS-MOJ Mr, and Mr*. Gerald Thuente drov^ to Sioux City late Saturday on a buying trip attended by most Iowa Druggists, leaving their children with their grandmother, Mrs. Sid Spear. Mr, and Mr*. Wilbur Ze!a> ler drove to Storm Lake Sunday, taking the tatter's aunt, Mrs. Kristine Didrikten with them to celebrate the birth' day of Mrs. Don Cook, who is a namesake of Mrs: Didriksen. Mr*. Emmaline Parltl loft Mason City yesterday for Kansas City after almost six weeks here with her sister, Mrs. Aline Hemphill during •UDOIT MTIMATt AND MCOMD Of PlUNO COUNTY AI»mOR IITIMATI NOTICE — The County Conference Board of Koisuth County, Iowa, will meet August 14, 1967, at 2:30 P.M., at Court Home, In Algono, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1968. L. J. Immerfoll Clerk County Conference Board FUNDS EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR I. I il Assessment Expense $12,206 $48,537 $49,009 $52,791 $52,791 TOTALS $12,206 $48,537 $49,009 $52,791 $52,791 Taxable Valuation subject to County Assessor levy for year 1966. $80,059,556 Published In the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa, July 27, 1967 V / .' BUDGIT MTIMATt AND ftlCOMD OF FILING . TOWN AND CITY IITIMATE NOTICE — The City council of Algona of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet Aug. 9, 1967, at 8:00 P.M., at City Hall. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning January 1, 1968, A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past end anticipated will be available at the hearing, David A. Smith City Clerk. FUNDS i: ;i EXPENDITURES FOR YEAR ?» | fe» u. •— Proposed Expenditures Estimated 1968 which they daily visited theit bfothef, C. fc. Glasseoclt at Good Samaritan Home. Mrs. Parisi will visit briefly With another brother at Kansas City and then return to her home in Hollywood, California. Mr, and Mr., Clyde Lloyd with daughters Misty and Rathy returned Saturday from a week of vacation. They took their camper to Colorado Springs where they spent most of the time and, on returning home stopped at Abilene, Kans. to go through the Eisenhower Memorial Buildings. Dobbit, 13 y«ar eld daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Specht, was taken to St. Ann on Monday of last week and was still a patient there at this writing. The Specht family had visited Bill's sisters at Moline and Prairie City, the Clyde Hoornemans and the Fred Kutzlis and Debbie became ill while away. Hoorne- mans were here Friday to see her, coming from LeMars where they'd been called by the death of Clyde's brother, and were enroute back home. Mrs. Sid Spoar accompanied Jess Riddle to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit Mrs. Riddle who has been a patient at Mercy Hospital since shortly after their arrival in Algona from California. She fell at a filling station in Casper, Wyo., enroute and injured heir back. Bryon P. Richardson it enjoying a visit from his daughter Meredith, Mrs. Edward Vogt, of Houston, Texas, who first drove to Hackensack, Minn, to pick up her daughter Derith, who had been at a nearby girls' camp. They arrived here on Monday of last week and' will remain at least through this week. Mr. Richardson had got home 1 only a few days earlier from Newark, N. J., where he had gone by plane to visit his son Mark and family with whom he remained for a ., week or more. at Madison, ft. 1 of her oldest sister, Mrs. J. P. Walsh, who had made her home for some years with a daughter. Mrs. H. J. Cramner. However, at the time of death she was in a Rest Home temporarily while the Cramners were on vacation across the U. S. with a trailer, their first family camping trip on which they planned to go as fat as her brother's in California, so they were not located Immediately. While Mrs. Wolfe was at Chanute, Kans., with her sisters and brother, the Cramners were there for a family reunion on July Fourth, and then continued on West. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. AM attended a Krantz family gathering held at the Shelter House in Clear Lake's State Park on Sunday. The 50 some people present came from Clear Lake, Algona, Mason City, Waterloo, Swea City, Titonka, Clarion, Des Moines, and the Doan area. The entire park was crowded with picnickers on Sunday. Donald Hiserodt and his eight year old son Douglas visited his mother, Mrs. Linnea Hiserodt and his sister. Mrs. Earl Zeiglcr from Friday to Sunday. His wife and two children had flown to Chariton a month earlier to visit her parents, the L. J. Larringtons. Donald flew from Phoenix to Atlanta for a Directors' meeting on July 7, and following that he joined the family at Chariton where he picked up Doug and .they drove here in his father- in-law's car. They returned there on Sunday and the family flew back to Phoenix, Ariz., where Donald is State Supervisor of Man Power and Development and Training which is part of the Vocation al Education department of the Phoenix school system. The family lives in the suburb of Glendale. in the University at Tetnpc. Mrs. Jackmah's guests have been entertained by many of their family and on Sunday, 32 of the Cruikshank relatives gathered at a picnic in their honor at the Hollis Benschoter farrti home. Mr. and MM, Loo Steven returned Wednesday of last week from vacation. They drove to Canada via Buffalo and Niagara Falls, then to Montreal and spent two days at Expo where waiting in line to see things made it a tiresome experience, altho an interesting one. They returned through Ottawa and back into the-. States at Sault Ste Marie, thence home. Sunday vititort at the Glenn Segcr home were their daughter and husband, the Roger Wrights, Iowa City and the Clarence Armintrouts, Des 'Moines. Mrs. Armintrout is a sister of Mrs. Beget. Mf. and Mrs. Wright remained Sunday night and left early Monday morning for a trip to the Black Hills and into Colorado. Marilyn Alt given shower at Fenton Fenton — A miscellaneous shower was given Marily.i Alt, bride to be of Robert Retterath, Sunday afternoon at the St. John's Lutheran church. Mrs. Stan Berkland announced the program. Cheryl Bruhn gave the welcome. Mrs. Stan Berkland read a poem about Marilyn and Bob. Heidee Ktaiise played a piano solo. Mrs. Lloyd Sunde conducted a skit assisted by Ann, Heidee, Holly Krause, Tania Berkland, Myron Bruhn, Jane Dreyer, John and Alk* Krause. Renae Vottler sang accompanied by Delana Voettler. Marlene Smith had the guest book. Holly Krause, Mrs. Stan Berkland and Tania Berkland and Marlene Smith assisted in opening gifts. Hostesses were Mrs. Frank Dreyer, Mrs. Clarence Wegener, Mrs. Lloyd Sunde, Mrs. Darrell Dreyer, Mrs. Howard Bierstedt, Mrs. Stan Berkland, Mrs. Ida Dreyer, Mrs. Herbert Krause, Mrs. Robert Krause, Mrs. Homer Matthiesen, Mrs. Gerald Cody, Mrs. Reuben Luedtke, Mrs. Lloyd Kern, Mrs. Marvin Luedtke, Mrs. Eldon Hantelman, Mrs. Harold Wehlrspann, Mrs. Lyle (lewi) Adfirtc*— I tHUtftPAY, JULY 2?, \WL Newel, Mrs. Willafd Men*, Mrs. Ray Dreyer , M». AnDos Fintrestedt, Mrs. Lloyd Berkla ml. Mrs. William ttafttel- man, Mrs. Ervin Gremmels, Mrs. Paul Voigt, M«. Earl Crouch, Mrs. Delbert Giefcae- nauer, Mrs. pennie Berkland, Mrs. Arno Juohl, Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Franklin Mueller, Mrs. Herschel Hartman, Mrs. Lydon Kerber, Mrs. Clarence Yager, Mrs. Nettie Yager, Mrs. Don Shaw and Mrs. Elwin Schlei. Marilyn Alt was also given a miscellaneous shower recently at the Visitation Catholic church at Stacyville. Attending from here besides her were Mrs. Larry Alt and Mrs. Stan Berkland and Tania. //u THE HEAT DONE GOT US! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY C BASEMENT SALE Buy One Pair of Shoes Reg. Price - 2nd pair one sent! General '.. 22,122 26,012 28,353 38,675 16,125 Street 17,644 84,515 82,527 79,000 4,000 Public Safety 26,708 79,523 73,728 98,600 6,000 Sanitation 28,693 19,712 22,076 28,250 9,945 Municipal Enterprise 12,987 32,834 Recreation ... 20,916 25,892 Utilities 341,070 487,827 Debt Service .. 929 51,884 Trust and Agency 1,238 900 Emergency 7,060 Street (Road Use Tax) 24,734 47,523 49,991 80,000 20,000 Parking Meters 7,469 13,359 15,056 15,500 2,500 Sewer Rental 44,270 27,067 27,344 45,000 6,000 31,049 46,650 7,000 22,802 98,110 78,000 664,908 1,347,000 500,000 50,502 38,297 697 900 2,750 1,300 21,050 1,500 30,500 44,500 22,900 69,700 1,358 16,947 10,250 29,400 5,850 14,260 847,000 37,600 550 900 60,000 13,000 39,000 TOTALS -.-555,840 897,048 1,069,236 1,917,832 651,567 1,051,458 214,807 Estimated Taxes per $1,000.00 of assessed value $29,44 Taxable valuation (1966) 1...U-. ...._.$7,297,093 Taxable 'valuation, agricultural lands (1966) $ 28,461 Moneys and credits (1966) $2,845,123 B & L i ----..$2,875,675 Published in the Algona Kosiuth County Advance, Algono, Iowa, July 27, 1967 Mosdamos A. J. Ricklefs and Rex Voyles entertained other members of their bridge club at their cottages on the north shore of Spirit Lake last week. Going from here on Thursday to remain over night with the hostesses were: Mesdames Robert Williams, Mitch Taylor, Ted Chris- chilles, Frank Moulton, and John Hopkins. Mrs. Inoz Wolf* roeoivod word last week of the death Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Ryan and five children arrived Saturday morning from Orange, Texas, to spend ten days with her mother, Mrs. Arthur Jacfcman, and other relatives. She is the former Phyllis Jackman. Her cousin, Dick Ditsworth, and his wife, Tempe, Ariz., had arrived the previous Wednesday evening and were also, guests at Mrs. Jackman's home till Tuesday when they drove on north to Big Sandy Lake where Mrs. Ditsworth's father has a cabin and there are other relatives nearby where they plan to: spend two weeks. Dick is the younger son of Mrs. Alice Ditsworth who was here earlier in the summer but returned to Kalispell, Mont., a few weeks ago with her daughter's family. He teaches Values to $8.95 TWO RACKS OF SHOES ! ! HEELS - STACKS - CASUALS $ 3.88 Values to $12.95 FLATS - SPORTS 5.88 — WE'LL BE ON THE STREET WITH LOTS OF CRAZEE BUYS — CUM SEE US! "The Store with Shoes Smart Shoppers Choose'' ALGONA, IOWA New RCA VICTOR TRANSISTOR RADIOS R6 37E TRANSISTOR Reg. $17.95 SPECIAL $15,60 RJ620B TRANSISTOR Reg. $9.95 SPECIAL $8.75 RJG-30A TRANSISTOR Reg. $14.95 SPECIAL $13.30 RJG-42E TRANSISTOR Reg. $24.95 SPECIAL $21.26 RJM-12A (AM-FM) Reg. $19.95 SPECIAL $17.60 RJG-15 TRANSISTOR Reg. $8.95 SPECIAL $7.96 RJG-25A TRANSISTOR Reg. $12.95 SPECIAL $11.26 • 5-Tubt TABLE RADIOS, NEW RCA MODELS, Ho*. $15.95 $lp.»S • PLASTIC RAINCOATS, whllo th.y l,,t 25e oach • TWO SPACE HELMETS, with spaakars for records, transistor, and phonograph $$ MC h • USED RCA HI-FI PHONO-CHANGERS $1$ 9 USED ADMIRAL TWIN-SPEAKER HI-FI, phono-5hano.or $17 • STEREO CARTRIDGES FOR AUTOS $2 OFF REGULAR PRICE 912 USED TV SETS ., , We Up! "Sat Ut Oi Tha Strtrt f»r llg, Mg Orny SaicliU" TOM'S RADIO & TV • ?1$E. STATE ALGONA, IOWA PHONE W»-3260 Hundreds of BARGAINS SS it Ovr Sidtwilk Counters! CRAZY Costwnos, Too! Ha rrisonsdi mestore if AIGONA'S HADING VARIETY STOII *

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