The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1961 · Page 5
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Thursday, July 13, 1961
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$22,574 County Welfare Budget Approved Here Kossuth county supervisor! approved an estimated budge, of the social welfare board foi the year 1962 of $22,574, granted beer and cigarette permits and approved routine bills. The social welfare, budget was. $2,779 in aid to'.the blind; $88S for disabled veterans aid; ant $18,932 in aid to dependerv children.^ Twenty cigaret permits .were renewed. : ' Class B beer permits were granted to Martin Eischen station, Sexton; Algona Countrj club; C. O. and Oma Bailey, ;Seneea; and Nick Gengler, Lotts Creek. Class C permits were approved for Marguerite Hayei of the Irvington store and E. J Kollasch. The board rejected an application for a class C permit to Mario" Delores Crowley. In other' business the board . 'approved the secofid quarter re-' , ports of the auditor, clerk , of court, recorder . and sheriff ol • fices. i The semi-annual settlement of r.-the county treasurer's office for Vthe period ending May 31, 1961, ; was approved, and the second quarter report of Justice N. J. Nemmers, Bancroft, was accepted. A contract awarded Prati Electric company, Algona, for work at the county home, was accepted as approved by the state lite marsnaJl. County Cattle "xMen Plan Trip To .3 States A Kossuth County Beef Producers' Association sponsoreo tour of Nebraska, Wyoming and Colorado is being planned foi the week of September 18, according to Dean Barnes, Algona. Kossuth County. Extension Director. The directors of the association met Decently and made the final plans for the tour which is as follows—September 18 leave ".Algona at 6:00 a.m. .-ana ^grrive in Torrington, Wyoming at 7:00 p.m.; September • 19 and 20th tour ( ranches in the Torrington area ias guests of the Goshin County Livestock Association; September 21 visit commercial cattle feeding setups, irrigation farms, etc. in the Greeley and Fort Collins, Colorado area; September 22 go to Valentine, Nebraska, area to visit ranches and attend livestock Thursday, July 13, 1961 Alflbna (la.) Uppsr DM auction; September" 23 return id Algona. A 37 passenger bus in being chartered for the tour. Cost Oi transportation wjll . be $30.00 Kacn person making the toui will pay their own room ane meal charges. • Reservations to make the trip will be the first 37 people thai make the down payment ol $30.00. Reservations can be made at the County Extension Office 218 S. Moore;-.Algona vf any dl the following directors 'of thjt Beef Association— Cliff Krantz Titonka; Vjnce Becker, Bancroft; Norman Chambers; Corwith; Albert A. Aftderson, Swea City Ed Naumann, Eimore, Minn, Philip Fisher, West Bend; Lawrence Johannesen, Lone RocK and' Russell Patterson, Burt. Cattle producers, feeders 01 anyone else interested in the cattle industry will be welcomi co g_o on the tour, according to Barnes. La Vonne Bleich Weds At Burt LaVonne M. Bleich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich, Burt, became the bride of Lt /jg. Jerold L. Skaggs, Long Beach. Cal., son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Skaggs, Bozeman, Mont., July 8 at 7 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran church, Burt. Rev. Arthur Schultz officiated at the double ring ceremony. - Mrs. Russell' Parsons was ma- tron of honor and W. ri. Skaggs, father of the groom) served as best mail. Ushers were Darwin JCtsepke and '• Gerald Starin. ; The bride was attired in tr flooif-length gown with a bodice of phantilly lace. Her sabrina neckline was trimmed with seed pearls. The hoop skirt of - sllK Organza had Chantilly lace panels. The fingertip veil was at< tached to a Juliet cap with seed pearl trim. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony for 100 guests. Mrs. Ray Nik was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Harold Beimers and Mrs Odey Cherlahd cut the cake ahe> Sue Stcaggs, Alvina Basse and Mrs. Gerald Starin poured. Mrs Jim Steven and Mrs. Gerald Rousch opened gifts. Tne bride is a graduate o: Burt high school and attendee Iowa Lutheran Hospital Schoo. of Nursing 'and the State University of Iowa. She is a-regiS-. tered nurse. The bridegroom is a graduate of Montana State College and is now in the U. S Navy. . After July 19 the couple wil. be at home at Hunter's Point San Francisco, where the is stationed. 91 Mrs. Viola Branan of Guss recently celebrated her 91st birthday. Mrs. Branan lives by herself, enjoys her flowers and still can do crocheting. She is the mother of nine children, has 22 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren and 2 great, great grandchildren. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT rr (ft • LOOK - IT THE CHEAP MUSIC YOUSE CAN BUY AT OUR PLACE RECORDS 45 R. P. M. I0c 78 R. P. M. 1- 5e LONG PLAY ——$1.00 , $1.00 OFF ON OTHER LP RECORDS CONSOLE RADIOS I $50.00 OFF ON (SOME woW I TVs - No trade-in! CO-SUTH RAYDIO & TEE VEE "Better Known as KOSSUTH RADIO WBT- &MtfWVWVWWVMVWMA IS IT NOT A SHAME? All This Perfectly GOOD Merchandise To Be Sold? At Such Ridickulous Sums ! HEAR ARE SUM \ Ring - DiuHous SPESHULS WAS NOW INSIDE PAINT ::. 6 o A r LUG-A-JUG (1 gallon size) - ...... - -------------- - M9 20" WINDOW FANS ------------- - ------------ $27.95 COLD PACK CANNERS --------- - ----- --•- ------- $2.69 PLAID SUIT BAGS --------- — - ------------------ $ 1>98 Trouser Creaser & Dryer ----------------- PAIR S 1 '* 9 140 GALLON WADING POOl ------ ----- ---- — - * 5 ' 98 HAMMER HANDLES ----------------- - ...... ™ 29c $ 1.00 25c 88c $20,88 $ 1,57 99c 88c $ 4,77 2 for 37c FITTED PICNIC BASKETS (3 only) __„-,_——— $7,98 $ ELECTRIC RANGE $5.00 GIFTWARE GALORE Price &UI8 Booutonware DISHES 25% off Manny hunderd* and hund.rd* of uw >(* ywr "Q * V Hsirdwwt StffW wM l»f»l Hi«f 99 FREDERICK "S & Q" HARDware STOAR WHEATIES OR CHEER I OS 10V2 Oz. BOXES GOOD VALUE BIG 21/2 SIZE CANS ,00 Milk 3 39 BUTTERNUf COFFEE « rnce COFFEE: CUPS WITH EACH 2 rKtt ' 2 POUND CAN. SKIPPY PEANUTBUTTER Jar BULK VINEGAR BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINER Gal - 49 HERSHEY'S INSTANT COCOA MIX Giant Size 79* GIANT PERFEX 59* Sa-WHITE BLEACH 39 GIANT TREND 49 FREE BAR SWEETHEART SOAP ••••i^"^^""""""""^^^^"^"^ 1 , . ' ' - • '• ' ' WE'RE CRAZY .. .MEAT AT HALF J^ ICE ML One compartment of meat at ¥2 Price! First come first served! Cut up chix^ Spare Ribs, Fish/ Liver, Hocks, Oysters and many, many more. Get y f purs while they last i I CHOICE CUTS Beef Roast BLUE BONNET argarme Lbs. 59 C SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRANKS 1 Ib. CELLO 49 C WHOLE STICK OR HALF SUMMER SAUSAGE LB. 49 C ORIOLE THICK SLICED BACON LBS. 89 C SWIFT'S PORK Sausage Rolls 1 LB. ROLL 39 C COOK OUT MEATS CLUB STEAKS T-BONE STEAKS BAR-B-QUE RIBS RIB EYE STEAKS FROZEN FOODS FREE FREE FREE 25 GREEN STAMPS with each Vi gallon ROSE DALE or FESTIVAL ICE CREAM FALCON GREEN PEAS.. Pkg. Ite NORTH STATE VEGETABLES 5 Pkg. 95c •MMMHMW«IVI«11PM_""*_ilP!' Wil P n ,^^ "i Qrders - 25 U>. Frozen Sbtrrifs THICK CUT SIRLOIN SPLIT BROILERS CUBED STEAKS GROUND BEEF TENDER JUICY THRIFTY BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE CAIIF. WHITE Potatoes 10 Lbs. 49c CANTEIOUPE 4 For $1.00 BALE 6 - 10 LBS SUGAR 60 Lbs. $5.79 FREE FREE FREE 50 GREEN STAMPS with each WATERMELON CONSUMER'S LOW PRICES EVERY DAY

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