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William Meyer OfWhittemore In Marine Band nc. y>im'uni xj. suu 01 iVir. mill iviis. vVii- ilUHl ivieyb'l', ui., a giciuaulC tii VmineiiiuiC Jugii &ciiuOi ui iojii Wno 'dtitnutu vvaiuuii uoncei one ytui' luen enubtua in uiv. oorps uetiex've in'tiie iViu- SiC uivibiuii, grtiuuaLtu iviuy Oj Jiom cnc liase iiem MUSIC tjciiooi in ban uiego, uamoiiua >ua a corneust m iue iviai'iue uaua. (UJJM Lutheran Graduates These graduates of St. Paul't, Lutnei'an scnooi received tueu diplomas last Sunday: Oaioi Buds, Milton • Buuke,; '.uee JjaU, 'Lianiel Lriimore, ojai-iene hem- ncn, Jfiverew. ivfaans, Kennecn Meyer, Koltie jferKins, caz'oj ^iiinmermann, Wiiiiam Hoeoer. Kay J-'rances Rosenaanl, wancj \Vaiker and Alien ^iimmermann. 'me following are memoers 01 St. Paul's Ijutneran cnui'cn wno graduated Irom scnoois and colleges: Richard Meyer, Concordia Teachers, beward, iNeor., Mary Lou Greinert, Luther College,Helen Hansen and Gary .Leu/ EmmetsDurg Junior College. High school, Wilietta Gade, Cylinder, Judith Lenz, Rodman, Ivan Lauck, Earl Kaahs, Cleo Meier, Juanita Vaudt, Whitte» more, Odne Stokka, Cylinder. Eighth grade, Paul Hansen, Cylinder, Patricia Janssen, Rodman. Mary Lou Greinert, daughter of Mi-, and Mrs. Louis Gremert, received a 'bachelor of arts degree, majoring in elementary education. The commencement activities were. attended by hei parents and'sisters, Mrs. Joseph Kollasch of here and Mrs. Eugene Maahs of Des Moines, her, uncle and cousin Edward Butlez and daughter, Jane, Elmore, Minnesota. She will teach in Zion Lutheran school, Akron, Ohio. Richard Meyer, son of Walter A. Meyer of Whittemore, received an assignment as parish school teacher at Trinity Lutheran school, Oshkosh, Wis. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Primasing Thursday, June 8, 1961 Alg&rld (la.) Upper fas Molne>~S Three In Burt Family Graduate In of Dubuque spent from untu yveunesduy at tne home 61 Mr., and Mrs. 'bimon Weuer. , Mrs. Tnoinas. uunphy ieit foi Aloert Lea, ivuhn., moiiuay wnere sne attended a nurses 'alumna meeting. • Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Siems Itifl Thursday 'tot a WCCK ox tishing in northern Minnesota. Cymma Lou Knoer, daughtei of MI-, and ivirs. ueorge js-uiwi', was oaptized in St. r'uui's .Ldun- eran« cnurcti Sundiay moi-mng Kev. C'leo rvautbcn ofnciated. tifetf 1 sponsors were her grandparents," Mr. and Mrs. i'red Gronwacn pf LtiVerne. • Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden* with, -Mrs. Dorothy Rosendaril Kay Fi'ances and Daniel attended; graduation exercises of Gary A; ? Walker in. Albert Lea June 2; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom, Algona, also were present. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene M<aahb and family of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parehtal homes of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gfeinert and Mr. arid- Mrs;- Ed : •ward, Maiahs. They also (attended the graduation of Earl Maahs at Whittemore high school and Mary Lou Greinert at Luthei College in Decorah. A group of birthdays were celebrated at the Milton- Espe honi( Sunday evening: Craig Espe, David Voigt, Kent Espe and Milton Espe. A group of relatives who were guests Mrs. Gerald Johnson and Rosella Voigt of gona, Mr; and Voigt, Mr. ahd included Mr. and Oilom, William Mrs. Raymond Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mrs. Pearl Hanson, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl and Kay Frances and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely and family. Jeanne Balk Of Algona To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Richard Balk, Algona, announce the engagement «nd approaching marriage of their, daughter, Jeanne Jo shown here, to Leonard Froeh lich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Car' Froehlich, Wesley, The weddin; is planned for June 24 at St Benedict Catholic church. (UDM Engraving) June Shower of Bargains PUMP Reg. $1,49 Flashlight Batteries 2 for 19c BIKE TIRE $1.88 ALL AT Burl *— Three members of oile Bun lamily received college cle* greea tnis weeic. Tney were Eugene and Hoger Steward, ^sons Oi Kr. and Mrs. Walter'beeward, and Mrs. .Lester Steward, d'augli- ter-ih^iaxtf of tne elder Steward's. Eugene received ms bachelor of science degree in electrical -engineering Saturday from Iowa btate University, Atnes, Koger received his degree in mstory from Upper Jowa University at layette Monday and Mrs. Lester Steward I graduated from the University of ( Arizona; Tiiesday. Four? Lu Verne Students Get College Degrees LuVerne — Four young persons from this community received college degrees during the weekend. They were Kenneth Wilhelmi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilhelmi, Annette •and Dale Braynard, daughter and soh of Mr. ancl Mrs. Glen Braynard, and Lettoy Witzel, son of Mr. and • Mrs. i'rancis Shorey. Kenneth was one" of 28. graduates of Eagle Grove Junior Col' lege and the others graduated with a class of 992 from Iowa State University' at Ames. FIRE About 2Q dogs perished and IB were saved in a fire recently at a kennel belonging to Mrs. Mabel Barnelt at West Grove. Some of the frightened animals wandered away after they were rescued. All returned but one chi- huahua. la. State Sank, W'lioldma ...4 '44.80 Trust & AgeHcyV per}«&n ***** ' t«6 Cycle Shop, repairs --.-—* 23.G5 N.1 Directs ,Sarylce( tickets .... ^11.75 ORDINANCE NO. 420 AN OSDIKAHCB^ ORDINANCE NO. 341, 1'Hfi > NlCIPAfc CODE, BY AMENDING SECTION t.» OF CHAPTER « OF TITLE iv TO PERMIT PARALLEL PARKING AtONO EAST^STATE ST«EET BETWEEN PaiLtlPS STREET AND MC PHEttaON STREET, AND HEPEA1WG ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT. BE IT OHDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THJ3 CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA. , ., ,,,.. , Section 1. Section 1.3' 6f Chapter 4 ol Title IV of the Municipal C6de Is hereby amended, by strlKing/.the period at the end of said sectlott.'and replacing It with a comma and adding thereto the following, words: • ?,•. "except lhal parallel parking WH bo permllled along East Slala Slieel between Phillips Sireei arid MePher- ton Slroel ouisldo the eeiiiet fdtly- nlne (49) foot traveled- portion'; of tho highway, but not wlinin llxty- eight (US) feet of 1H» center Ittli, of Phillips Street or within sixty-eight (68) teet of the center line OJ ,Mc- Pnarson Sireei," ' V Section 2. The foregoing amendment shall be incorporated in the Municipal Code of the City of Algona, Ittwa by appropriate action Of the City Clerk. ' . .•/«' Sc-ction 3. All Ordinances or Jjarls of Ordinances in conflict herewith ^are repealed.. •.-..' ;;.--..^v^ 7 ...•- '•.';.;.' , •.'Section. 4. This Ordinance" shall,; he in full force and effect from and^after its final passage, approval and publication, as provided by law.-£ PASSED, ADOPTED and APPROVED this 31 day of May, 1081. i<s Dr. Cameron C. Shiifirk ;•- Mayor » ATTEST: D. A- Smith / /i City -Clerk ' .,'; AUTHENTICATION The foregoing ...Ordinance ' No. '420 which was passed and adopted by.the City Council and approved by .".the Mayor on the 31 day of May, A.JJ., 1961 is hereby duly authenticated; Dr. Cameron C Shlerk Mayor '7 ATTEST: D. A. Smith ,|>' City Clerk (SEAL) ri In the state of Iowa, as required by law, until the .first day of April- 1962. I further certify that on December 31, 19GO, the statement shows— 1st. Total Admitted Assets „.„......*,.-. |60,960,818.« 2d. Total Liabilities Except Capital _____ . ______ , 3d. capital or Guarantee Fund Paid Up ______ . _____ $ 600,000.00 4th. Surplus over all Liabilities ..„..„ ____ $27,D73,51B.Ba Sth. Surplus as regards Pollcyholders ____ <.„! ____ $a8,47i,61fl.«8 IiV TESTIMONY WHEREOf, J have hereunto set my hand and af- ti.ved my Seal of Office at DeS Mollies, this 1st day of June, 1961. (SEAL) WILLIAM E. TIMMONS Commissioner ot Insurance Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES Waived the reading of the minutes Annual ccrnutery report was acknowledged and placed on file. Fence south Ot the swimming pool area was tabled. Re-appointment of Mrs. R. Burt to the Planning & Zoning Comm. wat .ipproved. Re-appointment of Al Buchanan to the Boaid of Utilities was approved. Opening of 132 feet of Maple street west'of, Johnson Street and the vacating of that portion of West street Bordering lot 5 Blk. 3li O.P. was referred to Planning & Zoning Comm. Beer permit to Bill's Market was approved Cigarette permit to Fareway and Humble oil station was approved. Allow a 4 man Police team to attend a shoot at Des Moines was approved. Proposed Ord. 41!) referring to Establishing control access facilities on Phillips street from south city limits to sout st cit south side ol Call fillet and'the south side'oL Center streeTS from the east city limits to the west city limits' was given -lie inst reading. Ord. 420 enuilcd An ordinance n- mending ordinance No. 413, The Municipal Code, by amending Sec 1.3 of chapter 4 of title IV to permit Parallel pariting along Hast State Street between Phillips street and McPherson street and repealing ord. iri conflict i\ as adopted. , Ord. 421 entitled "An" ordinance amending ordinance No. 413, The Municipal Code, by amending section 1 ol article 5 of chapter 2 of title II to permit the superintendent of public improvements lo issue a special permit to connect foundation tile to the sanitary sewer system and repealing ord. in conlllcl" was adopted. Moved and seconded that the city buy a mower tor use on parks and sewage treatment plant area. Authorized city clerk to ' purchase chips tor seal coating streets. GENERAL C C. ShiciU, salary 112.50 D. Smi'.h, salary 2011.57 la. State Ilk, W'Holding 19.10 Algona Reminder, advertising _ 18.8i Int. Bus. Mai'h Corp., 2.50 Koi'h lli'os., office supplies 1.33 N.W. Dell Tel. Co., phone 20.65 C. C. Shiurk, attend meetings 43 80 D. Smith, attend meetings L 42.20 Upper IJt'S Moines Pub. Co., publications 40.60 STREET Insurance DaparJmoni of Iowa, DOB Moines ' Annual Cerlliicate For Publication of the .:••' DRUGGISTS MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY "<• Located at ALGONA in the State of IOWA Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty- first day of December, 1960, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX, of the Code' of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company lias complied with the laws,, of . this state relating to insurance. -' i Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, WILLIAM E. TIMMONS, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact the business of,;Insurance in the State of Iowa, . as ? required by law, .until the first days of April, 1962 !:,. I further certify that on December 31, 1960, the statement shows — .::yi 1st. Total Admitted Assets ;4 _____ . _____ $1,245,803.9?. 2d. Total Liabilities, Except Capital ____________ $ 396,559.22: 3d. Capital or Guarantee Fund Paid Up ____________ ? . 3$ • 4th. Surplus over all Liabilities.^' ; ___ ____ - ---- $ 849,244j.t, £ , Sth. Surplus as regards Policyhowera _____ $ 849.244.74':.. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, / 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Moines, this 1st day of June, 1961. (SEAL) WILLIAM E. TIMMONS Commissioner, of Insurance Insurance Department of Iowa Des Moines Annual Certificate For Publication of the BLACKSTONE MUTUAL INSURANCE Located at PROVIDENCE in the State of RHODE ISLAND Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department ot Iowa, a sworn statement showing ts condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1960, in accordance with he provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the laws of this Stale relating o insurance. Therefore, in pursuance of law, 1, WILLIAM E. TIMMONS. Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized ;o transact the business of Insurance TORES Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain first ti»8 *» yboids, »t»BUt<*l»?>. pain -without surgery. In case after «*«* wbil« f«ntl? (ihrinkage) to«k place * 10 thorough that (offerers mad* »»tomshing statements like "Pile« have censed to be « problem!™ The «ecret is » new healing aub- lt«ac# (BiorpynslO-discovery oJt a world-fatuous research institute. Tbi3 substance is now availably fal vtmottivry or under the name Preparnti«» 44 > J. Lashbrook, salary A. 1'ergande, salary R. Frumbach, salary G. Burlis, salary R. Mclzen Jr., salary D. Prcw, salary 0. Myers, salary la. State Bank, W'Holding Davis Paint Store, merchandise Ken'Fox, Painting, Norton Mach. Works, repairs -- N.W. Dell Tel. Co., phone Cities Service Oil. gas Skelly Oil Co.. gas & oil PUBLIC SAFETY A. Boekelman, salary E. Hutchison, salary P. Jorgcnson, salary K. McBndc, talary W. Sehwarzonbach, salary E. Bultuii, salary -„. J. Voigt, salary 1. Kohl, salary R. Elbert, salary la. Slate Bk., WHolding Trust & Agency, pension Gopher Shooter's Supply, shootiny supplies , Thompson Disl. Co., supplies N.W. Bell Tel Co., phone i'ketrou Corp., radio tubes _. lluimmi fire Kquip., equip. Kossulh Motor Co . repairs SANITATION A. T ';in3. salary - IT. t.^ick. salary _.'_- .A Courtney, salary N.W. Dell Tel. Co.. phone L. 1' -in IxuiUs Jr. McGuire Pioje.ct Fuj-'cni. llulmurs. College St. Pro. ... . Ruding's Gravel & Exc. College St. Pro. G WeiB, College St. Pro. __ M. L. Vandcr Wall, chemicals and drams StU'MUm WFiJTIT o£.W{yt^ ItE.* 1 .!^** R. I.emki'e. salary . Fred Gronhach, salary —.i.... la. Slate ink.. W'Holding iMonon Mai'h. WorHs, meruiuindisc _-_' N.W Bell Tel. Co.. phone M. Sayru, interest Scrantua Pub. Co., substTip. ._ Sieg-F.D. Co., panel parts Tom's Radio, service .... Zop Man Con.'., supplies .'. RECREATION L. Vaiin, sakiiy Davh i^ainl Stole, painting Supplies - -. A. (IliisLM, labor „ D. GliJ^er, lalioL 1 Mi-k'>t>so'n &c. Hubbjns, chemicals Walcritc' Co.. filU-rsi DEBT SERVICE la. Slate Bk., interest _ r .._. la.-D.K. Nat. Bk.. interest .... Diicorah Nfwspnpor. interest _. EMERGENCY FUND Iri. Slate Diink. invcslmcMU 103.37 1U2.32 126 29 138.39 127.UU 142.69 116.70 90.30 5 67 20.00 18.64 13.65 193.4U 30.67 188 25 152.43 101.70 145.25 Insurance Deportment oi Iowa Des Molnei Annual Certificate For Publication of the BADGER MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY Located at MILWAUKEE in the Stale of WISCONSIN Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1960, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 613, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the laws of this State • relating 10 insurance. Therefore, In pursuance of law, I, WILLIAM-E TIMMONS, Commissioner ol Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact the business of Insurance in the State of Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of April, 1962. I further certify that on December 31, 1960, the statement shows— 1st. Total Admitted Assets $13,418,725.88 2d. Total Liabilities, Except Capital $10,544,938.58 3d. Capital or Guarantee Fund Paid Up f 500,000.00 4th. Surplus over all Liabilities $$ 2,373,787.30 Sth. Surplus as regards Policyholders .... $ 2,873,787.30, IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and at fixed my seal of office at Des Moines, this 1st day of June, 1961. (SEAL) WILLIAM E. TIMMONS Commissioner of Insurance Insurance Department of Iowa Des Moines Annual Certificate For Publication of the AUTO-OWNERS INSURANCE COMPANY (MUTUAL) Located at LANSING In the State of MICHIGAN Whereas, the above named company has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1960, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX, of the Code of Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has complied with the'laws of this State relating to insurance Therefore, in pursuance of law, I, WILLIAM E. TIMMONS, Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby'certify that said Insurance Company is authorized to transact the business of Insurance in the State of Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of April, 1862. I further certify that on December 31, 1960, the statement shows— 1st. Total Admitted Assets' $49,568,158.47 2d. Total Liabilities. Except Capital .„ $38,545,799.22 3d. Capital or Guarantee Fund Paid H Up -? 1,000,000.00 4lh. Surplus over all Liabilities $10,022,359.25 Sth. Surplus as regards Policyholders ; •„; $11,022,359.25 IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand ahU' c affixed my seal of office at Des Moines this 1st day of June, 1961. (SEAL) WILLIAM E. TIMMONS Commissioner of Insurance Insurance Department of Iowa Des Moines Annual Certificaie For Publication <rf the i AUTOMOBILE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY or AMERICA Ifflcsted at PROVIDENCE in the SUlte 61 RHODE ISLAND Whereas, the above named company has filed In the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing its condition on the thirty-first day of December, 1960, In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 515, Title XX, of the Code ot Iowa, relating to Insurance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Company has compiled with the laws of this State relating 10 Insurance Therefore, In pursuance of law, I, WILLIAM n. TIMMONS Commissioner ot Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company Is authorized to transact the business of Insurance In the State of Iowa, as required by law, until the first day of April, 1902, I further certify that on Decembet 31, I960, the statement shows— 1st. Total Admitted Assets ._.„* $17,024,434.54 2d. Total Liabilities, Except Capital — ...» 3,312,361.39 3d. Capital or Guarantee Fund Paid Up $ 1,000,000.00 4th. Surplus over all Liabilities $12,718,073.19 5th. Surplus As regards Pollcyholders $13,718,073:19 IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, * have hereunto. set my hand and affixed my seal of office at Des Molnes,, this 1st day of June, 1981. (SEAL) WILLIAM E, TIMMONS Commissioner of Insurance ORIGINAL NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA. IN AND FOR KOBSUTH COUNTY HAROLD SCHUMACHER) Plaintiff) vs. ) ALICE C. EILERj W. A. KILER; FRANK EILER; CHAS, P. EILER; AMEL IA COWAN; WILLIE A. EILEH; RAYMOND EI-; LER; HARRY NEWTON; KATE SHAFEH; DORO-j THY EILER; BILLY) NEWTON: MAYME) BICKERMAN; MARIE) EILER; ST. JOHN'S) CATHOLIC CHURCH,) Three Oaks, Michigan;) ST. MARY'S OF THE) LAKE CATHOLIC) CHURCH, New Buffalo,) Michigan; BARBARA EI-) LEH; E. BARBARA EI-) LER; HARRY MON-) TEALEGRE; HAZEL) MONTEALEGRE; the un-) known heirs, grantees,) devisees, assigns or sue-) censors In Interest of all) known defendants; and) all unknown claimants) and all persona Unknown) claiming any fight, title) or. Interest in and to. the) following described realf estate situated lit Kossuth) County, Iowa, to-#lti) The W«M SO'1/8 ttet l ot tot Vlvi (»} and 1 the Bast' 3 feet of tot ) SIX IB), Block Five (5) ) WhlttemOre, ) and all the heirs, spouses,) assigns, grantees, devisees) and successors Ut inter-) eat Of each and alt of) said unknown defendant*,) Defendants) TO THE eBr*wuA«TS ABOVK WAMEU, INCLtfDIiNO ALL UN* KNOWN GLAIMANid TO 'IMH WWTt !MM/3 *'EtfT OB' Lot' THfc EA3T 3 FEET OF BLOEK FIVE IS), IWJSdUTK COUNTY, IOWA: You and each of you are hereby notified that there Is now On tile in the office ot the Claris of the DM* U'lct Court of Iowa In and for Kos- sulh County the petition of plaihtlfi in said cause alleging that h» is the fee simple owner- ot to* following described real estate situated Irt Kos- 8uj.li County, State of Iowa, to-wit; The West 20-1/3 feat of Lot Five (5) and the uast 3 feet of Lot six (B), Block Five (B), Whitt*- mure, and alleging that he la credibly Informed and believes that some or all of the defendants herein, iffcludlrtg unknown claimants, claim some right, lillti or Interest in and to said premises adverse to the title of this plain- till, the full particulars of which appear in said petition, and wherein said plaintiff prays that the title to said real estate be quieted, established and confirmed In him, and that the defendants, and each and .all of them, be forever barred and estop- pod from claiming or asserting any right, title or Interest In or to said real estate or any part thereof, adverse to the title of this plaintiff. AND UNLESS you appear and defend said action before the District Court of Iowa In and for Kossuth County, at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, at or before 10:00 o'clock a.m. on the 13th day of July, A. D., 1961 you will be in default, and Judge- ment and decree establishing arid quieting title to said real estate )n said plaintiff as prayed in said petition may be entered, 1 and the defendants, and each and all of them, will be forever barred and estopped from having or asserting any right, title or Interest in or to said real estate adverse to the title of this plaintiff. Notice, It, hereby given that no sonal Judgement 1* claim** against any defendant Dated this 2nd! <ti£ oi June, A, B., 1961. • femNANr VfHClfr * KSBAUB ACTOHwEyS FOR e H ai *i W Jl ill W m %M 1 Kohl»r AqM«t«m|i that cause tondeniaHon. Initalltd anywhere betw««h Hw wotar eloiei arid the hot water, tank. Let ui fnifon the Kohler Aquatemp In your home. Call us today. CALL CY 4-4240 ALGONA PLUMBING AND HEATING 311>/2 E. 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