The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1961 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1961
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Upf*r D« Meln« fhuntlay, July IS/ For'61 torn Raised lie Prices for the 1961 corn crop • Will bo supported in 'Kossuth , County-at a minimum of $1.12' per bushel in Kossuth county Richard I. Anderson t Chairman • tf Kossuth County Agricultural < Stabilization and , Conservation Service, has announced. Thif .compares with a final rate : of $.98: per bushel , in effect foi 1960-crop corn< The Chairman explained thai the minimum rates will not be reduced, but could be increased .if the final 1961-crop corn sup' port price determined on thr basis of harvest, was deemed practical. , .-.•'* Algona Lady's Son Passes Funeral services for Richan 'Banwart, 52, were held at 2 p.m July 6 in St. Paul's Lutherai ;chufch 'at" Amboy, Minn. Mr. Banwart died July 2 a Amboy-where he had been op crating a' cafe and bakery. Richard Francis Banwart, son of George and Leah Banwart 'Was born March 25, 1909 ai Rock Valley and later came to Algona where he graduated from Algona high in 1929. After attending Dunwoodie Institute in Minneapolis, he worked in bakeries here and at West Bend. He married Geraldine Ziemke . in 1940 at Vernbn Center, Minn •Survivors include his wife and five children, Roger, Gail, Peggy. Thomas and Janet, all at home and eight brothers and sisters. .They are Mrs. Harm Helmers (Florence), Mrs. Mildred Johnson and Herbert, Algona; Mrs John Polley (Ruth), White, S. D.; Mrs. Bernard Keefe (Bernice) Ledyard; Harold, Adel; Russell Sioux City; .and -George, Falls Church, Va. REGISTER TICKETS and carbon cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., AJgona. Fairmont Driver Charged; Four Wrecks In Area Lawrence , Wickert, 36, Fairmont, was charged with reckless driving after his auto and another vehicle driven by Daryl Oaed- ke, 25, Algona; collided at the intersection of highways -169 and 18 north of Algona at 2:10 a.m. Tuesday. Gaedke was headed east and Wickert north at the time of the mishap. Damage to the vehicles totaled $225. Patrol man Bill Tordoff investigated and filed the charge. In another mishap Tuesday, autos driven by Carl Yernberg. 61, Moorhead, Minn., and Waltei Tapper, 56, Buffalo Center, collided two miles West of Buffalc Center on highway . 9 at, 8:315 a.m. Damage to the vehicles was estimated at $400 by Sherifl Ralph Lindhorst who investigated. The Yernberg car wound up in the north ditch after the crash. Two mishaps occurred Sunday. An auto driven by Clifford S Egeland, 20, Wallingford, crashed into a ditch along highway 18, 4% miles east of Algona at ll'.lb p.m. The driver apparently fell asleep at the wheel and the car suffered $500 damage. At 6:15 p.m., an auto driven by Earl E. Jentz, 18, Fenton, rolled into a ditch a half-mile south and mile east of Lone Rock when the brakes apparently locked as he attempted to stop at a stop sign. Damage to the car was estimated at $200. Fortunately, there were no personal injuries reported. Three Fined On Beer Charges Three Titonkans, Dennis Wubben, Clarence Harms and Phillip Asa, were fined $25 and costs each in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court here this week, after preliminary hearings of beer charges. The mayor, suspended $15 of Wubben's fine and $20 of tne fines paid by the others. One of the men purchased beer and made it available to the other ;wo. In other cases heard by Shierk, Harold Miller, Algona, paid $10. Henry Stille, Decorah, $20,.Andy Anderson, Algona, $5, and Gary CMfart $10, falling to have hid car unde control; and fildon Shaw, Al gon», $iO, faulty equlpmenl Cbitrt dosts • Were also assessed Claus Tjarks Of Wesley Is Cancer Victim Wesley — Funeral service? were held at 2 p.m. July 8 at the Christian Reform Church northeast of Wesley for Claus Tjarks, 82, who died of cancel it his home Wednesday evening. Rev, John Maas officiated at tht services. Mr. Tjarks was born March 8 1879 in Harmswaven,. Oester- friesland, Germany. . He had been a director of. the Fanners Eelevator 20 or more- years before his retirement from active farming. Casket bearers were John Ludwig, Frank Hauptly, Julius Funnemark, Tony Ostercamp, Adolf Alfs and Henry Redenius. Mr, Tjarks is survived by his widow, a daughter, Mrs. Henry (Anna) Dirksen of Woden, three sons, Herman of Titonka, James and 'Henry of Wesley. Budget Hearing For Algona City Planned July 26 Today's Upper Des Moines is full of budget notices from Algona and Kossuth county towns. •The' public is invited to attend any or all -such meetings as they may concern the area in which one Ijves. The Kossuth County Board of Education budget hearing if set for 4:30 p.m. on July 26 at the Kossuth court house. Proposed expenditures from 1962 are $37,040, an increase over 1960 of between $4,000 and $5,000. The City of Algona budget hearing is slated at 8 p.m., July 26. Taxes for 1962 for Algona under the proposed bud gel would be $198,546. »»»»f»:»»»»»f»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»i..H..|..H"H"i"i"i"i"i"M 1.1 mini i r M-H-H-I-H-H; Flash! Read All About it! HIDDEN TREAZURES EXPOSED! JEST IN TIME PER KRAZY DAZE JOOLRY! Klose-outs on summar joolry, .. _ Grab several pieces at prices T 0 up to 'A OFF. V 2 OFF! m HUM // dees bands. BRHDS ) ; ft / •»»»••••• «•• .. \ 39c ta <Sisl^L $ 19 9 rr^r^-S-, •^2**?^. d\nner* ear - —* 195 UlltV'J.u. *P e *J!er. ** W ^onT^^^j^CH &^ *£"$&&* JSP-***" ^U-GIN Last Rites Held At West Bend For Baby Oirl *'* i >, * t i* f , i Funeral setvice$ ,' lot < Harttwan, three vtttbn,th old daughter of Mf.' andV'MM. .Bernard Hartman, West fiertd, were held in Stl Peter 'and^'Paul Catholic -church .atjWgst 'fiend Saturday morning*. He,vV Grevlhi officiated'and burial wfis at-'the West Bend cemetery. '' "• •' • The little girl died Friday at the hospital at fimmeisbttrg. Born Mar. 31 this year, 'She is survived by her parents; a brolth- er, Michael, her grandparents,Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hartman, 'Rodman, and Mr. ahd Mrs. Francis Forey, Rolfe,' and her great- grandmother, Mrs. Sarah CaV penter. Rain Hi But Much More Sorely Needed, „ Welcome rain, although ' not enough of it, arrived in this area this week and , amounts ranging from one-fourth , to one-half 'art inch were estimated. Possibilitj of more rainfall remained in the forecast Wednesday; Best shower during the week fell Tuesday afternoon. Here are the .week's readings from KLGA: H L, July 6 69 48 July 7 79 .. 52 July 8 . 84 53, July 9 - 82 54 July 10 85 53 July 11 .83 56 July 12 80 -60 R .04 Lakota Budget ••'-.< Hearing Is Set The La kota council prepared the estimated 1962 budget at the meeting held last week. Proposed expenditures were set at $6,000. Income other than • taxation was estimated at $1,500. UrieiH cumbered balance was $500. The- amount necessary to be raised by taxation was estimated' at $4,000. A public hearing t on- the budget is scheduled at 7:30' plnr July 18. ' Shift* i, m^li l -^m\i^^Rs&\mt^dA,m^l,,iMs week, The Mitchells WeW,«tei June 28,tf filed a petition ft* senate, malhJ.defen^taflt, in district «ouri ti^l married Anril 2. J956 -anA Sepaf'l CUfl rtiirifliifli^ I BE SURE TO VISIT AlGONA'S MOST MODERN Up-to-Date Dry Goods & Apparel Store-Chrischilles' THE KEYNOTE OP OUR SALES LADIES' APPAREL IS HAWAIIAN — "SO^G OF THE MUU MUU" — DON'T MISS THIS BIO SHOW. Wear yuh wun't have to dig fer valuables — By 'em Cheap On Our Sidewalkl I'M "i n n n i n 11 n t m n t n 11 n i i i MOM M »««• m»tm»»t»MMttM To Be Sworn In Glee Bullock, Burt, is scheduled to be 1 sworn in as acting postmaster at Burt, Friday,."by a representative of the ,postal service. Since the retirement of Kirby Smith, about a year ago, Alvina Hasse, a clerk in the Burt postoffice for some 20 years, has been acting postmaster. She .will continue there in postoffice, em-' ployment. Guard Unit To Camp „ Algona's unit of the National Guard is slated to leave for suni- mer camp at Camp McCoy, Wis,. July 16. First Lieut. David Merr ryman is commanding officer of battery B from Algona. During this Festive two days celebration and Fall Opening you are invited to visit and inspect our modern store. See the newest in lighting effects and the latest trends in displaying our merchandise. Also note the nutty appearance of our Sales Ladies always dressed in the latest fashions reflecting the current styles. A visit to this store is a . real event — bring the children — they'll never see anything like this! A GLIMPSE OF THE NEW 1961 FALL FASHIONS Posed especially For This Store by ~a local model. Interior view .of our magnificent and Ultra modern downstairs, store. YOU'LL ALWAYS FIND THE LATEST FASHIONS AT THIS STORE Shop Our Store For Spectacular Bar- ains During >Ridiculous Days! i v- Our "Great Sale of 1961" is going full blast with sharply reduced prices on ALL seasonable Merchandise. . . . • • THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY A SUMMER DRESS at reduced prices. OUR SIDEWALK BARGAINS ARE ALWAYS TERRIFIC All ready for a fast invigorating game of golf in one our new "knick- er outfits." You'll be the toast of the tees in this combination. Especially posed for this store by a local model. THE;CHRISCHILLES STORI THE 'Early Bird' Gets the Worm! You'll feel just like a "robin" on a spring morning when you stop by our store Friday morning . . . that luscious worm in the apple at right wouldn't look any better to a robin than our big, big bargains will look to you . . . just a few of them are listed below . . many others inside and outside too. Be an "early bird" during Ridiculous Day . . . and be at the Hub Friday. SPECIAL GROUP OF YEAR-ROUND MEN'S SOOTS We can't tell you these suits are "fast • movers" because if they were we wouldn't have to put a ridiculous price-tag on them like we have. But we can tell you they are of top quality —• well-made year-round suits with values up to $65 . . .all at just one price! avo TO pUT a riuivwivv 23-99 HEY KIDS!! LOOKEE What We've Got For You 10-IN-ONE SCOPES We haven't forgotten th« either . . .they'll love the 98c "10-in- one Scopes" we have bought for this event. Compass and scope combined to give you 10 different item* in one box ... and look at the prie«l HOOP-'N-WHEEL Remember the "good old --.when the stick and hoop was in Style .... well they're back and w* hfV* 'em ... it's a regular $1.98 vHwt • • and if the kids don't know l»ow to use 'em, ask dad — he'll rero*mberl 29 TIES lots and lots of them . . . all shades, all materials, all kinds. One price and all of them are regular $1.50 ties. 49c BOY'S SHORT SLEEVE, SHIRTS These are regular $2.98 shirts in sizes 6 to 16 , . , buy a bagful for tht rest of this summer and many summers to come. 88c CONTINENTAL WASH 'N WEAR These ar* oyt of our regular stock — si?es 29 to 34-inch waitti w you can see they are In the popular sizes , . . they Are regular $3.98 slax — cut in half and then cut again to save you money for Ridiculous Days! 5-147 1

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