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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1961
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f I t: Rites Held At Ledyard For Lottie Green Ledya*d — tfinal rites were 1 ; held Wednesday for Mrs, Char- flotte (Lottie) Green, 80, who : died at 5 p.m. Sunday following 'fi heart attack. She was taken ;'to th6 'Blue Earth hospital when •she WfiS stricken: and died there. : : She "wtas ,"bom August 18, 1880 ,m Oertriftny, arid dam ) to the United . States and Hubbard. i'. she was 14 years of age. She Was married in 1904 to William Green at Ledyard. They- 'farmed hear Ledyard for Some time and 50 years ago moved into town where 'Mr Greefi Was a drayman and later janitor. at the Ledyard Community School. 1 ; Survivors , include two daughters, •; Edha, Mrs. Albert . Collins 'of Rock Island, Illinois; Aleta .Mrs. ; 'Audrey Waterhouse, and 'two sons, .Theodore and Elwooo all of Ledyard; eight grandchildren ari'd three great-grandchildren. ,Sh& was preceded in death by hff husband and one son and one daughter. , Services were held -at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church with Rev. Vic- tor Vftesen officiating, Interment was in the Highland Home cemetery. The Garry Funeral Home of Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. , Bulldogs Lose To Ft. Dodge The Fort Dodge Junior Legion team halted a fifth inning rally by Algona's Bulldogs in time to chalk us a 64 win over the locals at the fairgrounds Friday evening. The game was the fin al tune-up by the Bulldogs before the sectional meet. The winners counted two runs in,the top of the third, three in the top of the fourth and one in the fifth, while Algona got k singleton in the home half o? the fourth and three in the fifth Eight errors by the locals didn't help matters. Fort Dodge conr mitted five miscues. . Singles by Bob Ellefson, Ken Egel. and Larry Klein got the first Algona run, while a walk, two errors, a fielder's • choice, sacrifice and singles by .Tore Waller and Egel accounted for the three-run cluster. Lynn Kueck was the starting and losing hurler. He was replaced by Egel in the top of the fourth. Egel and Waller were the top hitters with two each as the locals outhit the winners, 7-4. Tfiurtday, Joty 13, 196T . Algono (tq.) Pick Favorite Ad-You Can Win Free Theatre Ticke Everyone living in this ares should make it a point to really study the Ridiculous Days ads in this issue of the Algona Upper Des Mdines. The reason—a contest that could mean free passes to the Algona Theater— for YOU. ' Basically, here's How the contest works. A member of the staff of the UDM will niake calls (as many as pos- sble between 8 and 10 a.m. tomorrow (Friday)i If you' are called, you wll be asked "which of the many Ridiculous Days ads Was most eye- catching to you?" Calls will be tabulated on & score sheet and persons voting for the ad that winds up with 'Ihc largest' total of votes wilj receive two free passes to the theater, donated by Manager Ray L/angfitt. The passes will entitle winners* ,to attend a fine double feature program, "The Barefoot Mailman", starring Robert Cummings, Terry Moore, Jerome Courtland and John Russell, and "All The Young Cannibals", with Natalie Wood, Robert Wagner, Susan Kohner, George You Did It Lady! Left Us Holding The Bag IF You'd A Bought 'Em You Wouldn't Mess 'Em Up Again For Us Friday. SIDEWALK SHOW ROOM — 00 LOIS of FINE THINGS OR LESS DRESSES, SHORTS, UNDERTHINGS AND OTHER OUTER THINGS . . . CRAZY AIN'T IT? ENOUGH TO COVER SWIM SUITS O ff-llfl OUll O to $1095 Values $12.95 to $19.95 GIRLS' SPORTSWEAR ASSORTMENT Over 500 pieces ... 86 Blouses, 41 Knit Tee Shirts . . . Dozens each of Pedal Pushers, Shorts, Bermudas and other items. Every piece sold at $1.79 to $2.98 .also some at $3.98. Choice of any item 88c JUMBO BATH TOWELS All by Nationally Advertised manufacturers. Sizes 22 x 44 and larger. Some are slight irregular but most are perfect. Every color . . . values to $1.50 to 2.50. Your Choice 88c LADIES' BLOUSES Over TOO fine cottons in prints, plains, geometrical etc. Made to sell to $4.95. SPECIAL $1.50 ea. SIX TRANSISTOR RADIO A real beauty, complete with battery and Ear Phone. And just to top it off we are including One extra battery. Reg, 22.95 value. Special $14.88 GIRLS' BATHING SUITS Fine cottons or lovely knits- All new styles. For the .Boys we "are offering all swim trunks (Nationally Advertised) at Vz price. Now 12 price LADIES' DRESSES 'Large assortment of cotton knits, also many lovely styles in cotton and rayons- Values to $19.95. Your Choice $3.88 BEACH TOWELS By Cannon, Extra large size 35 x 64 that sold for $2.98. DON'T MISS THIS VALUE 1 NOW $1.49 IN ADDITION WE WILL HAVE HUNDREDS OF SPECIALS THROUGHOUT THE STORE, AND ON TABLES IN FRONT OF STORE. ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, FREgl - After 9 p.m. Two Pair of Sore Feet, (With this coupon) A DAY TO MAKE CENTS . AT DEAR, at these prices you can buy your own mink. Hamilton and Pearl Bailey 1ft eatured roles, showing at tnl ilgona.July 20-22. So be prepared when yotir hone rings Friday between ',fa nd 10 a.m., your answer may b£ ery worthwhile. .;... I The Man Catching Shop-In The Heart of Maxwell St. Bonnie Black Of Algona To Wed SSApplications For Rural Mail Carrier Post Applicants have until July 25 'to file an application record card for the position of rural carrier for the Algona post office. As ol Wednesday, 55 application forms have been obtained from tht- local post office. These must be filed with the U. S. Civil Ser- Vice Commission, Washington 26, D. C. and received or postmarked not later than tht closing date. Applicants must take a Written test for the position. To bt eligible, they must have resided within the delivery area of the office for one year immediately preceding the closing date for acceptance of applications. There is no maximum age limit. However, persons who have passed the age of 70 may be considered only for temporary renewable •appointment of one year. NOTfe TO : OUR READERS If this issue of The Algona Upper Des MoineS seems to look a little . different — it should! Don't forget, Friday and Saturday are Ridiculous Days in Algona. Complete .details of the two-day-event will be found "elsewhere in . this issue. It's fun, it's economical, and it's Ridiculous! Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Black of ^ Algona, announce theXengage- ment and approaching marriage August 20 of their daughter Bonnie Lou, shown here, ta, Charles B, Radcliffe, . Vinton Miss Black attended I.S.T.C., Ce-, dar Falls, and Luther College Decorah.' She has been teaching in the Vinton Community Schools. Her fiancee was receni- .y discharged • from the U. S Marine Corps and is presently employed in Vinton. CUDM EnV graving) William Cooper Funeral Today AfOffosen W. G. Cooper, 74, well-known Ottosen resident, 'died Monday morning at University Hospitals n Iowa City. He had been ill 'or some time. Funeral services will be held Thursday (today) at 2:30 p.m. lithe Presbyterian church, Ottosen, with lay leader Keith Stray er officiating. Burial will be ir he Union cemetery. Schellhammer Funeral Home, West Bend s in charge of arrangements. William Cooper was born Sept. 17, 1880 on a farm neai Thor, the son of Alexander and Lydia Brown Cooper. On Feb 5, 1911 he married Bessie Jol- lisse, Bradgate, and in 1946 thej moved to Otlosen where Mr Cooper worked in an implement shop and later became water superintendent. He also served six years on the police forci there. Surviving besides his wife are Ihree daughters, Mrs. Ernest Enockson and Mrs. Merlin Cody. Humboldt, and Mrs. Howard Klein, Scotsbluff, Nebr.; and two sons, Russell, Hampton, anr Keith, Webster • City., Also surviving are four sisters, Mrs Helen Campbell, Ottosen, Mrs Martin Magnuson, Marshall Minn., Mrs. Lydie Nixon, Hampton, and Mrs. Earl Smith, Melroy, Minn.; and ten grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, one brother and two sisters. Pallbearers will be Barrel Smith, Dale Magnuson, Darwin NOTICE OF CONDEMNATION OF LAND BY THE COUNTY OF KOSSUTH FOR RIGHT OF WAY PURPOSES TO: PETER BAUMANN, MRS. PETER BAUMANN, AND JOHN BAUMANN. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors proposes to condemn the following described real estate In said county: 'Commencing at a point thirty-three feet (33') south and thirty-three fee' (33') west of the northeast corner of Section twenty-one (21) . Township .linety-five (95) North Range thirty *IBO) West of the 5 P.M., Kossuth County.-Iowa; thence south twenty-five hundred ninety six and three tenths feet (2506.3'); thence west sixteen and flye tenths feet (16.5'); thence nortl twenty-five .hundred ninety-stx and three tenths feet (2596.3'); thence eas sixteen and five tenths (16.5 1 ) to the point of beginning containing ninety eight hundredths (.98) of an acre. The east line of Section twenty-one (21) is assumed to run due north. The damages caused by said con demnation will be assessed by three appraisers. Notice is hereby given tha me owner or owners of said real estate may on or before the 15th day of Au gust, 1061, appoint one of said apprais ers and in the event such right be no exercised, or is exercised, and the ap polntee fails to appear and qualify said three appraisers will be other w A INI TT ^x o s WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLING ! wise appointed ftS provided by law. All pnrtles interested are further notified dial said three appraisers will, when duly appointed, proceed to appraise snld damages, will pass thereon as provided by law, and that at all such Imes, and places you may be present f you be so minded. You are further notified that at the time of said hear- ng before snld supervisors you may He objections to the use of said land or right of way purposes and that such objections not so made will BO deeded waived. /S/ Marc Moore County Auditor, Kossuth County, Iowa. NOTICE OF HEAHINO OK APPtl- CATION FOR EXEMPTION OH VARIANCE FROM THE ZONING ORDINANCE Public notice Is hereby given that .e application of Frank • Koppen whose address is 317 N. Phillips, for a variance from the Zoning Ordinance o permit the front yard set back 2 feet closer than required by Ord. at 412 N. Church street, has been scheduled for tearing before the Board of Adjustment of the City of Algona, Iowa. on ate 18 day of July, 1081, at 9:30 o clock A.M., at the City Hall In Algona, Iowa. The applicant and any other Interested parties wishing to be heard are re- (M) Bv Bless Rusk Chairman NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Slate of Iowa Kossuth County INDISTRICT No. 7918 March Term, 1081 °m1nf S? Nellie Kirsch, Deceased, dated November 8, 1058, having_been this day filed, opened and read, Thursday the 27th of July, 1061. Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and al 10:00 o'clock A.M.. of the day ibove mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, If any they nave, why instrument should not be n-obated and allowed' as and for the 'ast Will and Testament of said de- Ce Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 12, 1981. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. By: Kllzabeth Galbralth, Deputy Wlnkel & Winkel, Attorneys Algona, Iowa _ _ INVITATION TO BID Notice is hereby given that sealed Proposals will be received and opened In the office of the Board of Education at tha High School Building. Algona, Iowa at 8:00 P.M. C.S.T., Wednesday, August 2, 1961 for the following work: Site Grading Drainage Structures Seeding and Sodding Running Track Construction Road and Parking Area Stone Surfacing Proposals must bo submitted on the form of Proposal incorporated In the Specifications. Bidders may submit proposals on any or all of the above work Items except the Site Grading and Drainage Structures which must be a tied bid. Plans and Specifications w|ll be available from the Board Secretary and/or HARRISON . BRAUER . RIPPEL, Site Planning Consultants, Municipal Airport, Box 328, Ames, Iowa, on or after Thursday, July 13. 1961 and up until the time for receiving Proposals. Each proposal must be accompanied by a 'certified cheek in the amount of $4,000.00, made payable to the Board ot Education, Algona Community School Dis- CONDITION OF BANK Jollisse, Don Cooper, Hundertmark and Bruce ing. Cletus Lann Fred Pech Dies At Fdirfield; Fred Pech, former resident of this area and father of William Pech of Swea City, died at Fairfield July 5. He farmed in the Plum Creek vicinity for 15 years at one time. Funeral sei vices for Mr. Pech were held Fuday morning in the Catholic church at Atlanta, 111. After living at Plum Creek Mr. Pech, whose wife died man> years ago, moved to Minnesota where he farmed for two years then to Batavia and later to Fairfield. Survivors, besides William a Swea City, include four othei sons, John and David, Fairfield Lewis and Warren, who live out side Iowa, and three daughters Carrie, East Molinc, 111., Mary Fairfield, and Dorothea. OIK daughter died in infancy am Robert, oldest son, was lulled dwmg World War I. i •• • • ' • ^^ W W f * • • ^^'.», w » • ••" ^^™ ~™ ~ ™ » of kleona Iowa at the close of business June 30, 1981, a state banking ihstitu- tion o?Banlzed and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of the FederaT Reserve System. Published In accordance with a call made by the State Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items In process oC $1 2 United 0 States Govermnciif'obirgaffo'nsr'dlrcct" and guaranteed ---- 1,308,218.75 i. Oblieotlons of States and political subdivisions ...... .--- .......... 478,132.48 5. Corporate stocks (including $7,500.00 stock of Federal Reserve . n 2l ??l 1 SSn«S 7. Bank premises owned $88,937.63, furniture and fixtures $26,013.22 114,050.88 4,400,870.84 12 , TOTAL ASSETS -- ......................................... .$5.080.568.01 .3 'Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and' corporations 14.>Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and coroontions ' - ------- __ ___________--- _____ --15 Deposits of United" States Government (including postal savings) 102,378.78 1U, .Deposits of States and political subdivisions ------- ..... : -------- 585,761.07 17. Deposits of banks ...... ......... ------------ ..... -, -------------- 3 H131? 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) ---- ....... --- 2,060.35 U. TOTAL DEPOSITS ....... ---- ...... - .............. ...$5.145,12. .37 (a) Total demand deposits ----------- ...... ------- $3,135.364.25 (b) Total time deposits ... ........ - ...... — ..... $ 9,758.12 24. TOTAL LIABILITIES, - — - $5.145,123.37 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital: (a) Common stock, totiil par value $150,000.00 150.000.00 26. Surplus 1.'' 27. Undivided profits 29. 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .- - 545,444.64 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - ....$5,690,568.01 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes 250.000.00 I, A. F. Agena, President, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition Is true and correct lo the best of my knowledge and belief. A. F. Agena, President We, the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. ' " II. L. Gilmorc, J. C. Mawdslcy, L. E. Llnnnn. H. J. Cowan, F. L. McMahon. Hugh Rancy, Directors. State of Iowa, County of Kossuth ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this llth day oi July, 1961. Doris R. Garms, Notary Public REPORT OF CONDITION OF EXCHANGE STATE BANK ot Wesley In the State of lows at the close oi business on June 30, 1961. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items In process of • collection - - - - - —* 1«.767.74 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 200,000.00 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions - 139,371.22 6. Loans and discounts (including $555.12 overdrafts) 580.256.88 7. Bank premises owned $2,761.62, furniture and fixtures $8,175.00 .... 11. Other assets ~, 12, trlct, AlQOfrt, Iowa, wHlch will bo re- tinned until a contract for the work has been executed and bond fllod but not M more than twenty days after the date set for receiving Proposals. By virtue of statutory authority, preference will be given to product* and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa, according to the provision* of Chapter 73, Section 73.2, Code of Iowa, 1954. By virtue Of statutory authority, preference will be given to Iowa domestic labor, according to the provisions of Chapter 73, Section 73.3, Code 61 Iowa, 1954. The right to reject any or all Proposals It reserved by the Owner. ALGONA COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT ALGONA, IOWA /S/ E. H. Hutchins President, Board of Education. /S/ Donald H. Kramer Secretary, Board of Education. WANTED TO BUY DAIRY CATTLE OF ALL BREEDS. COULD USE A LOAD OF SPRINGING HEIFERS. DALE YUNGEBERG ALOONA, IOWA CY 4-4044 (24-3 V WANTED A House To Rent, Permanently. I Forgot to See Jim Kolp of the ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY before my own home burned down. • Puonshed m th« Algona KWiuth County Advance, Aloona, l«w«, July 18, 1MI. PERCIVAL'S USED CARS 1961 LANCER 4-door with standard transmission. Mu»t tell by July 20. This is the deal* er's personal car, ha* bean well cared for and is an out* standing buy. Make Us An Offer. 1960 PLYMOUTH 4-door, 8-cylinder with standard trans. 1958 PLYMOUTH 4-door •rtrlih V-8 engine, Automatic trans. 19S5 PLYMOUTH 4-door, 6-cylinder with Automatic Trans., very nice condition. Red and white finish, a one-owner car. 1955 PLYMOUTH 4-door with 6- cylinder engine and standard transmission. 1951 DE8OTO 4-door, semi-automatic, with only 35,000 miles on it $249 PERCIVAL MOTORS DODGE and LANCER CARS USED FARM MACHINERY TRACTOR SPECIALS 1955 UBMM 1954 WD 45 AC w/4 row cult. 1951 ZAMM 1948 UMM 1948 ZMM 1947 ZMM < 1944 AJD 1941 CJD REDICKULOUS SPECIALS 1951 3 plow ., ( tractpr .— $3?5.00I! 4 pr offset••«: shanks w/sweeps Reg. $2.05 now $1.25 pr. COMBINE SPECIALS A-6 Case combine w/attch. AC p,to combine w/attch. AC pto combine w/attch. 62 IHC combine w/attch. Super six loader New Idea horn loader BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona, Iowa Phone CY 4-345? PRICED LOW I — 1957 FORD 6-cyil. Custom 300, std. trans., 4 dr. __. $950 a — 1957 FORD Custom 300 V8's, auto, trans, H & H, your choice _ „ $995 1 — 1955 CHEV. 4dr. 210, 6 cyl. stick shift, R & H $050 1 — 1055 INT. % ton pickup, new paint, -looks, runs good — $575 1 — 1954 FORD, 4 dr. V-8, auto trans., Customlinc, R & H, real clean ..$450 I — 1953 FORD 2-dr. V-8, overdrive, runs good. $195 TOTAL ASSETS - — $1,080,334.82 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 674,111.68 H. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations - - -- 152.876. w 15 Deposits of United Stales Government (including postal savings) 29.930.08 lli. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1S '!i2?iS 18. Certified and officers' checks, etc. - 3G1.W 13. TOTAL DEPOSITS -- - $!)3b.S88.14 (a) Total demand deposits F^'i'i'SS (b) Total time and savings deposits — $152.876.48 TOTAL LIABILITIES * 1)36.088.14 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25 Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value $30,000.00 _ , 2H. Surplus _ 27. Undivided profits - — - - - S3.346.68 •if). TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS — - U3.346.68 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $1,080,334.82 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and lor other purposes (including notes and bills rediscountcd and securities sold with agreement to repurchase) --.-- i= 32 (a) Loans as shown above arc alter deduction of reserves ol 7.14J.45 We L. H. Kleinpeter and D. L. Klempetcr of the above-named bank do solemnly swear that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best oi our knowledge and belief. L. H. Klempetcr President D. L. Kleinpeter Cashier J. W. Goetz, Lael T. Root. Herman Bode, Ben G. Stucler, J. D. Lowe. Slate of Iowa. Counlv ol Kossulh. s.*: Sworn'to and subscribed before me this lOlli day of July. 1UU1. and 1 hereby certify tliat 1 am 4iot an officer or director of tliis bank. . , . ,, , ,. Mv cu'ii'iiisiiuu e^pu't- July -I, law Duluiti ilaiixjii, Z>o tdi'y Public, KRAUSE "66" SERVICE FENTON, IOWA (27) SCHULTZ BROS. TOP USED CARS ALL CARS CARRY ONE YEAR G W CAR WARRANTY ~ 1959 BUICK 4-door Sedan, low mileage, Dynaflow and ra- •- dio, a one-owner car, very * clean with the best of care. '" 1956 BUICK 2 door, Hard T6p. „ Color is red with white top, , : very sharp looking and run- ing car. Drives like a new one. " 1954 OLDSMOBILE 4-door, with ,-. radio and Hydramaiic. r 1954 DESOTO 4-dr. Automatic «• Trans. Radio, White Tires. " i953 PLYMOUTH 4-dr. Radio & Healer, good tires. ~ 1953 CHRYSLER Windsor 2 door Hardtop, runs real good. '" 1953-FORD 2-door, V-8 engine, overdrive, straight transmis- .. sion, tinted glass and radio. •• 1952 STUDEBAKER '/a -ton Pick, up, one owner, brand new " paint job and good rubber. , OTHER 1953 CARS AND V oiiDEK ON OUH LOTl ' SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS 'Buick 'Lark 'Pontiac South Phillips Street - •CadillaJ : - Algona 27 1 CLEARANCE Up to 30% Off Display Mdse. Grill with hood and spit — was $36.88, now $25. 1 H.P. air conditioner, was $196, now $166. 23" TV set, was $178, now $158. Deluxe dryer, was $234.95, now $166. Deluxe washer, was $285.95, now $200. Youth's 12-pc. golf set, was $36.95, now $25. 10% off on all clothing on display. Many Ridiculous Day items on table on sidewalk. Montgomery-Ward ONLY AT Algona, la. CY 4-3538 (28) JOHN WORRELL & CO. ESTHERVIUE, IOWA Beef & Pork Packers EVERY DAY BUYERS OF CHOICE FAT CATTLE GERALD FRANKL CATTLE BUYER CALL ALOONA, CYpress 4-4814 OR ESTHERVILLE, EMerson 2-2344 When Ready To Sell-Call Worrell! fe*. ' ' * "* ** 6QW)

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