The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1967 · Page 31
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10-Algona la.) Upper Oes Maine* Thursday, July 27, 1967 7-Year Old Lakota Girl Succumbs To Hemorrhage Services for Rebecca Lynn Kessel, 1, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kessel of Lakota, were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at First Presbyterian Church in Lakota, Burial was at Maple Hill Cemetery. Garry Funeral Home at Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. Miss Kessel died of a cerebral hemorrhage at 12:08 a.m. Monday at Mercy Hospital in Mason City. She had been ill about four hours. She was born May 29, 1960 at Blue Earth. She is survived by her parents and a brother, David, 5, maternal grandmother and paternal grandparents. Must Use Right Bank Checks After Sept. 1 A notice has been issued to all banks that Federal Reserve Banks will not handle checks received without magnetic ink numbers, effective Sept. 1. Checks and drafts deposited with Federal Reserve banks will not be handled through regular bank collection channels if received without the magnetic ink (M1CR) transit number. The new electronic processing demands such magnetic ink coding. To avoid delays of special handling of checks, only printed checks which your bank furnishes should be used. Do not use "changed" checks or customer's draft forms. You may be required to pay a service charge for collecting a check which cannot be processed electronically by Federal Reserve banks. According to William Conn, president of The Security State Bank, a "changed" check is one on which the printed name of the bank is crossed out and the name of another bank is substituted. After Sept. 1, such a practice will be impracticable. In the bottom left corner of each check, whether it be a personalized or counter check, a certain number appears in magnetic ink. It is a number which facilitates routing checks through proper channels. Each bank has its magnetic routing symbol, thus, the user of the check cannot change the name of the bank printed oa the check. With the original deposit and opening of an account, the new customer receives the free-50, a book of checks with the name of the customer printed on each. After these checks are used, additional personalized checks may be obtained through banks. City Budget Set; Lower Tax Asking The Algona city council will hold its budget hearing August 9 at 8 p. m., according to David Smith, city clerk. Estimated total budget is $1,917,832, including the utilities budget, which totals $1,347,000. Total city budget estimate for next year is $570,832. Funds to be raised by taxation total $214,807. Anticipated income from sources other than taxation totals $1,051,458. Estimated unencumbered balance is $651,567. Millnge rate under the new budget will be 29.44, a reduction of last year's millage rate of 34.75. Budget last year totaled $1,572,824. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchised dealer — Upper DCS IMoines Pub. Co. SSCC clinic dated Aug. 10 in Mason City The State Services for Crippled Children (SSCC) will conduct a clinic in Mason City on Thursday, August 10, to provide diagnostic and evaluation services for crippled children. The clinic will be held at Herbert Hoover School, 1123 Eighth N.W. Patients from the following counties are eligible for the clinic: Black Hawk, Butler, Ccrro Gordo, Chickasaw, Floyd, Franklin, Hancock, Hardin, Kossuth, Mitchell, Winnebago, Worth and Wright. The clinic is open to patient* under 21 years of age who have chronic or crippling conditions, and who have been referred by their physician or dentist. There is no fee for the examination. Upon referral of a child by his physician or dentist, SSCC sends the child's parents an appointment card specifying the location of the clinic and the hour to report. It is Important that referrals be sent to the SSCC office before the clinic date. Complete examinations at the clinic will be provided by consultants in pediatrics, orthopedics, pedondontia, clinical psychology, speech and hearing, physical therapy, nursing, medical-social work, and electro- cardiography. The same clinic will be conducted on August 9 at Spirit Lake in the high school. Demo Women Meeting Has Wig Style Show The Democratic Women of Kossuth County met Tuesday evening at the Algona Hotel at 7:30 for a meeting and wig style show. Ray Stevens, Corwith, president of the Kossuth County Young Democrats was a guest of the club. Following the meeting the women were given a wig style show by the managers of the two Sheak- leys Beauty Salons, Delrae Kemna and Jean Rock. The employees of the salons modeled the latest styles in wigs, falls and wiglets. Approximately 50 women were in attendance. Farms sell (or record high prices Two farms belonging to the Casper Thilges Estate near St. Joe and LuVerne. were sold at public auction on Wednesday. July 19 in what is believed to be a record high for land per R. J. Qu inn of Ba . n " croft was the auctioneer for the farms, including 120 acres northwest of St. Joe. which was sold to Harold Reding of Bode for $714 an acre. Wilfred and Raymond K.om- haas of Livermore were successful bidders for the 160 acres northwest of LuVerne at $610 an acre. Several other bidders were on hand for berth farms. Miss Iowa Honored Over 160 friends and relatives gathered at the Methodist church basement at West Bend on July 12 at 8 p. m. to bring gifts and good wishes to "Miss Iowa" Pamela Ericson, bride-to-be of David Fehr. The program consisted of two vocal duets by Lonnle Lee Nichols and RoSemary Dunn and a fun pageant by some of the ladles representing different states, their apparel and talent. CATFISH Steven Petersen, LeMars, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Petersen, took 20 minutes to land a 13 Ib. catfish he and his dad caught while fishing in the Rock River near Rock Valley recently. 20-INCH WINDOW - GOOD FRIDAY ONLY, JULY 28 - REG. $24.95 PRICE North Iowa Appliance Center ^*f^^^ 4^" 310 E. STATE ALGONA, tOWA Funeral For Max Is Held Here Mesing Funeral services for Max R. Mesing, 76, retired electrician and Algona resident for 50 years, were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in McCullough's Funeral Chapel, with Rev. Wm. Noland officiating. Burial followed at Riverview cemetery here. Pallbearers were FredGeigel, Walter Klamp, Wilbur Zeigler, Leighton Misbach, Don Nelson and Otto Harlan. Mr. Mesug died at 10 a.m. Sunday at St. Ann hospital. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs, John Mesing and was born at Hanover, Kans. Sept. 13, 1890. He married Rose Mary Boyer here Feb. 1, 1917. Mr. Mesing was a member of the Masonic Lodge and for 30 years was a member of the International Electrical Workers. Besides his wife, survivors include a son, Wallace, Algona; three daughters, Doris (Mrs. Charles Snodgrass), DesMoines, Mary (Mrs. Robert Ellis), Long Beach, Calif., and Betty (Mrs. Jay Soppeland, Anaheim, Calif.; three grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. August Jaadicke, Hanover, Kans. Gibraltar A bone of contention between Great Britain and Spain, Gibraltar has both a city government and a kind of national government. On a per-capita basis, the 19,000 Gibraltarians of the Crown Colony are the most governed people on earth. *^ * * * Tricky Fellow Cha melons, best known for their ability to change color, also have trick eyes. One eye can look up while the other pivots down. Some days are like this . . . feeding cheese to mice . . .you just can't win . . . but YOU'LL be a winner when you shop at S & L on Ridiculous Days this weekend. Hundreds of bargains, priced like we are CRAZY . . . and we are this week! Nas, Big BATH TOWELS Large Assortment '1.33 GIFT CARDS . . 2 boxes $1.00 Terry Cloth SHOWER MATS, foam back . 88c Special Tible of Cafe style with Valence* CURTAINS . . REDUCED TOO MUCH CORDUROY, large assortment yd. 77c FLOUR SACKS . . 4 for $1.00 DOLLS'.. PRICED WAY BELOW COST PLACE MATS, foam back 4 for 77c Boys and Girls ages to 3 Summer SUNSUITS FOR INFANTS 87c Ladies — Many Orlg to $6 reduced to KNIT SHELLS $1.69-$2.37-$3.37 Quilted acetate, Orig. $4 9-LadiesPAJAMAS . . . $2.00 Ideal for shower or beach — Orig. $4 TERRY CLOTH WRAP-AROUNDS $2.91 Originally to $8 16-Ladies FALL SKIRTS $2.99 1.8? .r. Chatham BLANKETS 72 x 90", solid colors s 2.99 Originally to $9 12 - Ladies SWEATERS . . $2.99 Sixes 30 to 36, white and pailsey IADIES SKIRTS, Reg. $5 . . $2.99 Or ginally to S7 10 - pair of LADIES SLACKS $3.99 Sizes 7 to 14, originally to $2 14-GIRL'S WHITE BLOUSES 99c Some Wool, some acrilan, cardigans and slipovers, 23 - OIRL'S SWEATERS, Orig '° ' 5 $1.77 Men's WHITE T-SHIRTS 2 for $1 Fit sizes 10 to 14 Men's WHITE GREW SOX pair 47c Dark Assortments Men's BANLON SOX pair 47e Originally to $9.88 Men's SUMMER SLACKS. . . $3.33 Short Sleeve 77 - Men's SPORT SHIRTS 99c LADIES SHIFTS, °"*' 7 «"*'« J3.00 large rack, many prig to 55.99 GIRL'S DRESSES . , . $1.N Sixes 2 to 6, Top and Short* Summer PLAY SETS for TOTS 87e 36 Pair of LADIES (Jeans SLACKS Cords, Cottons), some orig. to $7.98 $ 138 - Men's SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS

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