The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1967 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 25, 1967
Page 16
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LuVerne Man New County Legion Head LUVERNE - The Legion Auxiliary served the county Legion meeting Thursday evening. The district commander installed new county officers. Lewis Block from LuVerne was installed as the new county commander and Owen Curry, Lu Verne, was installed as the new adjutant. - o Mr. and Mrs. Owen Curry had as dinner guests Monday Mrs. Esther Curry, Bradgate, mother of the former, and brothers Richard Curry, Monroe, Louisiana, and Jerry Curry, Iowa City. In the afternoon, they all visited Howard Curry, Bode, a patient in Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge. He is formerly from the LuVerne area. Richard and Jerry visited their mother in Bradgate from Saturday till Tuesday. Betty Guy was admitted to Lutheran Hospital Wednesday evening for X-rays. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Jergensen had a number of their children with them the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Larson and family, Des Moines; Mrs. Earl Detmering aiM family, El Paso, Texas; Mrs^ Jerry Smith and family, Iowa Falls. Mrs. Jack Jergensen, Omaha, came Thursday and Jack came Saturday. W.S.C.S. met in the church parlors Wednesday with 16 members present. The meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Laurine Jergensen. Mrs. Ruth Smith had devotions and Mrs. Feme Neal had the lesson. The hostesses were Martha Wolf, Lucinda Stone, Ruth Smith and Myrtle Jordan. John Madsen, Humboldt, father of Mrs. Joe Thorn and Mrs. Vivian Erickson, was taken to Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, Sunday evening, suffering with a heart attack. He is reported responding to treatment and resting better. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf, Owatonna, visited in the Robert Hardcopf Sr. home. They were on their way home from a trip of two weeks in California. Mr. Ernest Meyers was taken to Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, Thursday. Friendly Neighbor 'Club met with Mrs. Emily Kubly. There were three guests: Mrs. Bill Smith, Mrs. Wilma Baskerville and Mrs. Eleanor Kubly. Mrs. Marvin Meyers had the lesson and Mrs. John Kiley had the surprise entertainment. Missionary Guild met with Mrs. Melvin Kubly and Mrs. Emma Krause had devotions. Robert Marty, Oxford, Nebr., stopped at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty, BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY ESTIMATE NOTICE — The board of supervisors of Kossuth County, lown, will meet August 14,"' 1!)G7, at 8 .A.M., at the Kossuth County Courthouse. Taxpayers will be heard for or nfiainst the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 10GB. Marc Moore, County Auditor FUNDS 1 2 Expenditures For Year 8 " (fl CO "^ ra 3 „ w£~ 1*1 CO S g 71 f-l -S8" !*» <u 3 1 I S -S8 >, 0> * 1 Proposed Expenditures " Estimated 1967-1968 Estimated Unencumbered ^ Balance to Apply Upon This Budget Estimated Income en Other Than Taxation Amount Necessary to be raised e> bv Taxation General .. 151,289 Court Expense .. -1,424 Poor 45,403 State Institution —3,018 County Mental Health 18,944 Mental Health Center 8,052 County School 3,804 Soldiers' Relief 10,469 Bovine Tuberculosis 13,335 County Fair & 4-H Club „ 280 Court House Bonds & Int. 1,064 Bangs Eradication 23,077 County Conservation 62,983 Voting Machines Secondary Road (309.7) 174,912 Rd. Clearing (317.19) .... 21,997 20f?,G25 239,501 350.000 70,000 30,000 250,000 TOTALS 546,021 2-t.OfiO 155,510 110.332 20.211 0,000 1G.OOO 15,411 080 7,593 30.853 6.G8G 31,041 1,443,109 13.5M 2,0'J'J,-4a!) ?1,000 Of 25,583 178,810 144,622 10,927 17,610 11.431 4,122 7,521 32.21G 4.7G4 20.006 1.716,222 14,32!) 2.128,632 asbes.bc 32,000 250.000 200,000 25,000 10,000 18,000 20.000 10,000 7.500 10,000 150.000 31,000 1.U50.000 17.000 2,780,500 500 75,000 50.000 5,000 25,000 21,000 4,000 5,000 18,000 10,000 10.000 U9.950 10.000 200.000 850,000 4i)5,!)50 'J07.500 •-•" 31,500 125,000 170,000 5,000 20,000 7,500 40,050 31.000 600.000 17.000 1.2U7.05U $80.00 (56) Estimated taxes per WHAT WILL RETIREMENT] HOLD FOR YOU ? Travel, hobbies, fishing 1 Whatever your goal, will anyone pay your way for you ? Save now and guarantee enough retirement income . . . every month for as long as you live! For information, please contact me. JOHN R. BURNS Phone 295-2503 Box 302 Algona, la. Representative for Central life Assurance Company "One of the be*r" -since 1896 Tuesday evening. Charles and Barbara, children of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Marty, came with him and will stay for a few weeks. Robert was on his way to Madison, Wise, to purchase equipment for his cheese factory, The LuVerne Methodist church had a picnic in the park honoring their pastor's return. It was followed by an official board meeting. Virgil Smith, Livermore, lay delegate to the Annual Conference, gave an interesting report. Tuesday, July 25, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-11 iMttwiiiMniiniMS IRVINGTON! == j§ H By Marguerite Hayes g fiiiiniiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiiiniiniMiBiiniiiiiininninniniiiiiiBiiiMp. Charleeen Klein arrived home Thursday from her few weeks va- cation spent at the Gerald Frankl home in S. Sioux City, Nebr., where she was a guest of Janella Frankl. Mrs. Lee Colwell spent several days last week at Brltt with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. L. Pearce. Ramona Goodman of Algona spent this week at the home of her aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Elbert. Jo Ellen Schulz is vacationing at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schulz, Sr., Algona. John Duboski left July 24 for Veterans Hospital in Des Moines for further treatment and possibly will be fitted with his artificial foot. Mr. and Mrs. John Hayes, Janet and Susan of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with Mar- guerite Hayes. Diamond's Den is growling — with bargains from the trees. For one thin dime of purchase, you can bring home these: Redikalus, ain't it I This is where LAYER FEED pays off! The clincher in every case 1 For Top Performance CO-OP Gasoline Fuel Oils Oils and Lubricants TELEPHONE 305 - 5614 Feed cost is important BUT . . . it's maximum egg production that really counts. Research and random sample tests proved that Profit Checked CO-OP Layer Feeds will produce maximum egg production. CO-OP Layer Feed is formulated to help your hens head off cold-weather stress and laying slumps. Your hens have the extra body energy to fight disease — and produce more high-quality eggs. All this because they get the right vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fats and feed additives— whether you feed CO-OP Layer Feeds in a complete layer ration or free-choice. Talk to the feed man at your CCA-Member CO-OP. Get the facts on how CO-OP Layer Feeds keep hens at maximum production and help slash feed costs. Come In Today Whittemore Co-op Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds

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