Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 20
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Wtritttftwrt - A mtoeell* neou0 shower honoring Karen Btomker, bride-elect of Michael B. Bonnstetter, will be held in St. Peter and Paul's church hall at We* Bend on Thursday, Aug. 3 at 7:90 p.nt No invitations are being sent and all friends and are invited. Burt Mr*. Hiwe«M ..... •»»•• Mrs. Gerald Carman and 3 children, Dallas, Texas, are visiting the M. J. Lichters and also the William Gar- mans, Algona. Mrs. William Garman, who had been visiting her sons in Texas, accompanied her on the trip to 000 Algona shows big salos tax gain Algona retail stores showvd a healthy fourth quarter gain in the year 1906 compared to 1965 in sales tax figure* r* leased last week by the State Tax Commission, Algona showed a 12.2 per cent gain and other area towns also showed an in- 0«wa) THURSDAY, JUtY V, 1W crease but not as great at Algona. Mumboldt's tax Jumped 8.9 percent increase while Estherville gained 8.8 percent and Emmetsburg 5.4. m * * ••* I ta lions are^beihf s«ht. To Me THonki *»,•>.'*** »*« «• * girl it shower There will be an 6£en house bridal shower honoring Jaflet Welhousen In the Good Mope Lutheran church parlors von Nfttrtt d* UttlNt July 29 at 8:00 p.m. No Invi- Sealed bid* will M received of th» iiaiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliBililiiilllMIMli 1 tik to*! i bSrtk* *** MMtMMl Iff. Regular Fidelis class meeting will be held Wednesday, July 28 with hostesses Myrtle 1 and Ethel Smith. Roll call Is A woman I admire. Program is by Lulu Hawcott. The Glenn Grouses family, Humboldt, and Mrs. C. M. Gross spent a week in Lake of the Woods, Canada, returning by the Lake Shore drive. The George Beckers and Ethyl Main spent Wednesday evening at Martin Becker's in Algona for George's birthday. Tomorrow will indeed be a better day — if you begin this morning to improve it. m 2 * a* City Humboldt Pocahontas Algona Fort Dodge Britt Garner Clarion Eagle Grove _ — ^ • Rockwell City Hampton ~ Cherokee Webster City Iowa Falls -. Estherville Belmond Forest City Adel Manson Atlantic Centerville Clarinda Denison Jefferson • Nevada Sheldon Mount Ayr Spencer Osage Osceola Storm Lake Vinton ....' Waverly Winterset Corning Independence Clear Lake Perry Manchester Spirit Lake Dakota City Livermore Lu Verne Chariton Emmetsburg Lauren s Gilmore City Humboldt County State o a. 4,497 2,01 1 5,702 28,399 2,042 1,990 3,232 4,381 2,313 4,501 7,724 8,520 5,567 7,927 2,506 2,930 2,060 1,789 6,890 . 6,629 5,901 4,930 4,570 4,227 4,251 1,738 8,864 . 3,750 3,350 7,728 4,781 6,357 . 3,639 •2,041 5,498 6,301 .. 6,442 4,611 2,685 706 545 .. 468 .. 5,042 ... 3,887 1,799 688 _, 2J? 79,199.00 34,994.29 91,316.73 455,304 84 30,455.13 34,335.36 44,971.99 42,466.94 27,810.32 85,821.29 100,39952 99,366.50 103,536.59 91,301.99 37,238.28 39,688.30 38,925.60 21,866 11 124,01087 90,089.95 76,372.62 93,18351 65,044 82 51,165.91 63,123.24 32,03204 155,883.56 56,923.20 48,039.49 128,158.01 65,397.23 77,209.09 . 45,451.43 30,358.84 72,044.71 61,275.89 83,817.81 69,910.93 36,100.15 2,76674 3,812.11 3,293.76 71,565.96 54,869.06 29,661.90 9,146.93 102,306.80 23,798,332.79 £ J? o. u 86,264.36 8.9 39,767.24 13.3 102,505.76 12.2 460,69609 1.1 31,674.73 4.0 36,325.87 5.8 51,527.65 14.5 45,323.99 6.7 29,'260.35 5.2 95,425.50 11.1 101,439.41 1.0 111,122.51 11.8 108,302.49 46 99,39062 8.8 38,529.41 3.4 40,196.79 1.2 37,727.53 -1.8 22,746.40 40 131,132.76 5.7 102,115.90 13.3 83,172.62 81 97,317.36 4.4 71,105.20 9.4 57,417.71 12.2 63,825.25 1.1 33,357.49 4.1 168,142.41 7.8 68,318.46 20.0 56,251.77 17.0 134,837.82 5.2 67,817.88 3.7 85,689.92 10.9 47,051.07 3.5 33,203.41 9.3 75,873.36 5.3 76,494.17 24.8 86,979.29 3.7 75,147.14 7.4 38,540.48 6.0 2,795.77 0.1 3,921.33 2.8 3,161.50 -5.0 69,639.27 -2.6 57,871.93 5.4 31,875-07 7.4 8,831,97 -3.5 110,882.67 8.4 25,198,712.14 5.9 New Bancroft police car THE BANCROFT City Council approved the purchase of the city owned police car pictured here with Town Marshal, Lloyd Dixon. Mr. Dixon has been Bancroft town marshal for the past nine years.. In the background are the Bancroft Municipal Light Plant and fire station. The Chevrolet Bel Aire, complete with dome light (not shown) was purchased from Kemna Motor Co. of Bancroft. dent Larry Rochleau. Roll call was on what you are taking to the fair. 14 members answered, and committees were set up for decorating the barns. Talks were given by David Sabin and Larry Rochleau and lunch was served by Terry Sabin and Mary Elbert. Next meeting is August 7. MiinmHiniHWiimiiMinimiiMmNiiniiiiiMiMiHinnHmniiiiiiiiiiini (J. H.) Welp, Mrs. Emily McGuire and Mrs. James Welp were hostesses ait a miscellaneous Bhower honoring Miss Marjorie Welp on Tuesday morning, July 10, at the J. H. Welp home. Twenty-five ladies were guests. Cbuft* July J Irt more than 150 servants... ra . KMMi* MMM, (MM iTVtfSf. MMMII Servicemen Roger D. Akkernmn QUI NHON, VIETNAM (AHTNC) _ Army Private First Class Roger D. Akkerman, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Akkerman, Titonka, recently helped clear a large area to be used for storage near Qui Nhon, Vietnam. Akkerman, an engineer in Company B of the 39th Engineer Battalion, and other members of his unit poured concrete slabs for several warehouses and build roads for the 700,000-foot storage area. HONORED AT SHOWER Mrs. J. H, Welp, Mrs. Don Watches need the tops in repairs Second rate doesn't last. A pure waste. Let us solve your watch woes . . . economically, permanently! working for you every day in your All-Electric Home! You don't have to have a mansion with a butler, upstairs maid, and a full retinue of servants to live well in the Twentieth Century. Your Magic Servant, Electricity, does the work better, does more work, and does it inexpensively, too. Whether you have a modern mansion or a cozy cottage, you live better when it's all-electric. Electricity keeps you warm or keeps you cool, washes your clothes and dries them, cooks your food and washes your dishes, provides entertainment, and does dozens of other things for you as well. You, too, can have a houseful! of servants—electrical servants—when you live in the inexpensive comfort of an all-electric home. Algona Municipal Utilities JIWILM imiMHIIIHI I Illllllllllllllllllll Illlllllinlllllllllll IIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHHIHH IMHIHMIIIIIIIHHIIHIIIIIHI CALL ANYWHERE IN 48 STATES FOR Change made in next year wheat program 'Major operating provisions of the 1968 wheat program will be virtually identical to those in effect for the 1967 crop, according to R. I. Anderson, ASGS chairman. An important 1968-program provision detail different from the 1967 program is that the domestic marketing certificates—which are an important part of participating farmers' income—will be issued on an estimated 530 million bushels, reflecting the projected production on 40 percent of farm allotments based on the national allotment of 59.3 million acres. Marketing certificates on the 1968 wheat crop—as for 1967—will be valued at the difference between full wheat parity (as of July 1, 1968) and the national average price- support loan level of $1.25 per bushel. For the 1967 wheat crop, domestic certificates are worth $1.36 pea- bushel compared with $1.32 per bushel for the 1966 crop. Program provisions for the 1968-crop wheat which are identical to those in effect for the 1967 crop include (1) no acreage diversion program (and therefore no alternate nonsurplus crop production), (2) continuation of the substitution provision for wheat and feed grains for "growers participating in both programs, and (3) continuing oi the "excess wheat option" (whereby a producer can plant up to 50 percent in excess of his allotment acreage and still be eligible for marketing certificates and price support loans if the excess production is stored. 4-H CLUBS Irvington IdMls Irvington Ideals 441 club met at Mary Harig's July 15 with 11 members and two visitors. A skating party was held July 19 and pictures taken last meeting were shown. A talk was given by Debbie PeCoy and a demonstration was given by Frances and Denise Jenkinson. ALGONA A-O-K Girls in the Algona A.O.K. club have been busy with workshops and plans for demonstration day, achieve- show and the fair, They signed up for the nutrition project and held their three meetings, one a dinner, planned, prepared and served by the girls, and their guests. Workshops for home improvement had each girl learning to draw to scale and completing a burlap and yarn wall hanging. They will have two demonstrations at the county demonstration program July 27. Plans are all set for achievement show and a short program. Guests are welcome. Sue MdEvoy is reporter, town council and other of- OUR PRICES ARE SO LOW THEY'RE kKE SO LOW TMtY Kt... ^, CUTOlfS/ PRICES SLASHED On our sidewalk + On our main floor On our second floor + And everywhere olso + + * • . SAVE ON SPORTSWEAR, DRESSES, Accesories And Children's Wear at SHEAKLEYS! CrMco Boy* 4-H Cresco Boys 4-H meeting was held July 14 at the extension office with the meeting called to order by Presi- (or less) That's all it costs for a three- minute station call after 8 p.m. daily and all day Sunday. Additional, minutes each 25^ or less. Enjoy a family reunion by telephone! Northwestern Bell RIAL DIBf G7;> Fast, Personal, Easy BLAKE FUNERAL HOMES . H«nti" it LUVIRNI • WEILIY « TITOWKA • CQtWITH 9 RENWICK We hove combined the COMPLETE summer stock of Emmetsburg and Algona stores for this weekend event TREMENDOUS SELECTION AT "RIDICULOUS PRICES' SHEAKLEYS

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