The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 14
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la.) tipp Pit Metnit Thursday, July 17, 1961 At Whfttemdre Pictured above are,Mr and Mrs Gayle Meyer who were married Sunday/ July .9, 'ait 7 p.m< in Sit Paul's Lutheran church, Whitternore. The bride is ithe former Jean Ztimach, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer,, ailfl of Whittemore. x Following a, wedding trip the couple is living at Whittemore. A complete wedding story appeared in the July 13 issue of the Algona Upper Des,,Mpines. (Glenn's Studio Photo—UDM Engraving) ''-INJURED"'- ' KI;: '--•'.' Warren Church, 15, of Chariton was injured recently when the tractor he was operating upset and burned. The youth was ;, pinned- beneath the rear wheel and 'gas tank. He escaped more serious injury when he freed himself as the tractor began to burn. He pulled his feet from his shoes to escape the blaze. ^mmuummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmamammz HOME LOANS - Low Cost to Build - PURCHASE OR REFINANCE your PRESENT LOAN. Principal and interest plus your taxes and property insurance can be combined into one easy payment like rent. Come see us before you build or buy. Perhaps your present payments are too high? MAKE THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS NOW - See your ma. terial dealer or contractor, our Association has a very special plan for handling loans to help you. Write or call on Savings & fioan Ass'n ALGONA (Since 1917) IOWA Savings & Investments — Accounts Insured io $10.000 BYF.S.'L. i. c. Making.your city i better place to live, work and raise a family- the result of a GROWING Savings and Loan business Mark Becker Of Wesley Is Wed ToChicagoan Wesley — 'Mark Becker, son of Mrs. Justine Becker and the late Matt Becker, was married to Mary Jo Schmidt, daughter of, Alb'ort Schmidt of Mount Prospecti 111. and the late Mrs Schmidt, in St./'Raymond of Penaford Catholic church in Chicago by Rev. Dan Corcoran They were attended by Mrs Donald Hartwig of HutchittSon Minn. and. Robert Becker. The ybung couple arc at home in Algona for the summer; They plan to go to Boulder, Colo, in September where Mr. Bcckci will study at Colorado University toward a master of arts degree. 'He is a graduate of Wesley. high school >and Loras College and has been coach and teachdr at Visitation high in Stacy ville. The bride was graduated from Scholastica ,high school in Chicago, attended Mount Mary College in Milwaukee and was graduated from St. Mary's School of Nursing in Rochester, Minn. She has been employed .at St. Mary's. Scout Awards. Boy Scouts an^ Cub Scoutf and their families held their annual noon picnic at the. city park July 23. They were the first to use the new shelter bouse, built last week.';, A program followed the dinner rand gold and silver-.»arrows were awarded to several Cub Scouts. Michael Olson and Joe Mied- zielski received tenderfoot badges. Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Pfeffer were guests. Scout Master Is Ed Dornbier assisted by Ray Stevens and 3ill Hrubes. Cub Master is John Wuehe. Den Mothers are Mrs. Marcel Niedzielski and Mrs. Fred , Thomas. Franklin Bode is Scout chairman. To Be Honored Invitations are out for a show- ;r for Karen Formanek July 30 n St. Joseph's parish hall here. 3he -will become the bride of Ceith. Haverly, son of Mr. and Mrs. James -Haverly. He is ( employed in Mason City. To Wed Aug. 26 Joan Waldschmidt, /daughter •o£ Mr... an&yMss, Sllibt' Waldj Schmidt of'Rodman, will become • the bride of; Richard Thompson, son of the late Allen Thompson of Ottosen on; August, 26. She .is employed by Dr. J. B. Harrir in Algona and he is stationed with the army in St. Louis, Mo., at the medical lab there. The wedding will take place in St Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore and the young couple will live in St. Louis., Mo. The bride's mother is the former Edna Mae Lickteig, daughter of the John Lickteigs of Wesley and the bride's father is a son of the Leo Waldschmidts of Algona, formerly of Wesley. INDIAN DAY STARTING SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY AT THiM^ONA THEATRE- - In his production of "The Ladies Man," slar-direeior-wrtter-producer Jerry Lewis has headaches, thiriy-one of them, four, of whom are (from the left) Shar^ Layne, Anh McCrea, Patricia Olson ajtid Gloria Tracey. The Technicolor comedy, a Paramount release co-starring Helen Traubel, comes, to the ALGONA THEATRE on SUNDAY. Go-Karl Races Large crowds have enjoyed the go-kart races which have been held recently on the track on the Howard Funnemark farm. .; An additional attraction is being planned in connection -with the races which is scheduled for 8 p.m. on the evening of August 2. At this time the Wesley boys and girls> 4-H clubs will sponsor, an old-fashioned homemade ice cream social, complete with cake and coffee. The profits will go toward their quota on the' cost of building and equipping the state 4-H camp at Madrid. Mrs. Maurice De Boer.-ana. Dean of Marshalltown spent the weekend with the David Klein- peters. Dawn De Boer, who had spent two weeks with the Klein- peters, returned home with her mother. Clarence Ackerson has purchased the Mrs. Jessie Sheridan home and will get possession soon, and following some repair and redecorating work will move n from the farm where the fam- ly had lived. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Richts- Mrs. Viola Studer returned home Friday evening from a week's \visit with relatives in Sioux Falls, S; D. and at Minneapolis.' Her son, Bill Studer _and wife, and Randy, , Darwin Reding; and son : 6f Algbna at; tended the ball game in Minneapolis that afternoon and brought •her home. Mrs. Studer attended the Jack • Bailey show "Queen For a Day", the Aquatennial parade and. the Aqua.' Follies. •. > The Gayle Studers, Rich Reil- ings and Stan Johnsons, the latter of Britt, went to Cass .Lake Minn, for a few. days outing and fishing. Enroute to the lake Studers visited briefly in the Julius Kelch home in Worthington, Minn. The Stanley and Louis Simpsons, Tony Pearsons, Kenneth Donovans and Mrs. Chloie Simpson were; Sunday- dinner guests in the Bob Lewerke home at Britt. . A family gathering honoring Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dawson and family of Casper, Wyo., was ;held Sunday at Eagle Lake State ipark.. Those present were her Mrs> V"™ *£ Brents the Guy Dimonds, Myr- Bob and Mr. and Mrs. •• in nimnnrls. Howard Snarks TITONKA, IOWA Saturday, July 29 MIDWAY OPEN EVENING OF FRIDAY, JULY 28 Big Street Parade AT 10:00 A.M. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 29 FUN GALORE! FOR EVERYONE ALL DAY LONG Mason City MEN'S CHORUS Perform In The Evening RIDES CONCESSIONS SHOWS SNORTER'S SHOWS WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 28, AN D ALL DAY SATURDAY, JULY 29 meier and J. T. Meurer went to Minneapolis July 23 where they attended a Twins-Cleveland Indian baseball game. Vincent Richtsmeier, who lives in Minneapolis, accompan-' ied them to the game. , Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Loveless and four children spent July 2023 in Waterville, Minn, fishing and boating. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Heiman and family took their nephew and .niece • Timmy and Denise Win- Sera^to, the parental Clifford SWmleife home in Mason City Sunday, following their one week visit here., Marian Studer, daughter of the Stanley Studers of Blue Earth Minn., was a guest, in the home of her grandparents, the J. P Studers last week. A daughter was'born July 1J to Mr .and Mrs. Virgil Kunkel of Bancroft at.- St. Ann hospital. They nqw have a- family of six sons and three daughters. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hauptman are the maternal grandparents. Joe Johnson left by train Friday for Anaheim, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise entertained at a chicken barbeque dinner Sunday evening foi their daughter Gloria and her friends: Jan and Jean McLees Sandra Meyers, Cheryl Hallett of Upper Iowa University, Jim Bishop and Steve Mullen of Earlville and Jerry Puffet of Waterloo. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Warner and Debbie drove to Comfry, Minn. Saturday to get Jimmy Warner who had spent a week with hi; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Ward and other relatives. Wesley section of the Britt hospital auxiliary will hold a bake sale July 29 in the Walker Grocery store. Mrs. Paul Erdman is chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaaro and family went to Montezuma Sunday to attend an Eggleston family reunion and picnic which honored a brother, Bob Egglts- ton and family of Georgia, who are here on a visit. Rev. Carl Linde of Des Moinos preached in the Evangelical Free church Sunday in the absence of Rev. Carlsson, Mrs. Wallace Woodbury of Corwith spent Wednesday with Mrs. Bettie Wester." Barbara Jones went to Eaglo Grove Sunday to spend a week with her grandparents, Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman spent the July 16 weekend in St. Paul with their daughter and family, the Herman Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer of Sioux Falls, S. D. were weekend guests in the Alf Studer home Steven Doughan enlisted "in the Air Force and left last week for Lackland Air Force Base Texas. Steven and his father Vincent Doughan were joined by the Roger Doughans of Clarion for a farewell dinner party at the Phil Ballard home in Algona July 16. Patricia Youngwirth was also a guest. John Spangier of St. Jame? Minn, spent several days la^i weak with his sister, Mrs. Josit Gauge. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Acker »on, Sandy, Susie, Denny and Debbie spent several days last week at Lake Okoboji. avin Dimonds, Howard Sparks Henry -and Maynard , Swanson,. Gertrude Swflftsan and family and other relatives from MrV'and,^9. MeHyn'tfhomp' soft of Washington, D. &, Visited last week with her-parents the, Hansjeenkens of B>itt, fdfnief± ly of Wesley, ^ . . Mrs. Larry Youngwirth was hostess to her bridge dab > Juty 20. , Mr, and Mrs- H. fi. Hemmingsen returned Friday from t week's visit with their daughter, Mrs. Irwin Roshiem and family of Travis City, Mich, Mrs. Mamie Roshiem- and 'Archie Stqckseth of Belmond had accompanied; them to 'Michigan but returned at an earlier date. They attended the annual cherry festival' and sa'w their 'granddaughter Chris* tine Roshiem Crowned as prin^ cess, < LUVERNE Mrs. Richard SartiUelsoh, Dickie and Sharon of Arvada, Colo. NOTICE OF PROBATE OjF WILL STATE OF IOWA . " ' Kossuth Coumty ' • ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 7929 March Term, ISttl TO ALL WHOM IT .MAY. CON-,. CERN: : : " '-V - - ; ;..' YOU ARE .HEREBY NOTIFIED, Thalt an ' instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will ain'd Testament of J. E. McEnroe, ^deceased, dated •July' 26, 1956 and'Codocil attached.-,'thereto dated April 30/1959, Haying .been •this day filed, opened .and read 1 , Monday the 7th.dlayv<>£ August, 1961 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 at ten o'clock A.M.) of ,<the, day above mentioned all persons : initerested are hereby-notified 'and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last WiH and Testament of said deceased. Dated at AJgorta, Iowa, July 24, 1961. : , •Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Courfa By Elizabeth Galbraith, Deputy Linnain, Lynch & Straub, Attorneys Algona,. Iowa (30) Jyy Wilfevd . JBL*,I>etex*aoia 3HThen everybody sells -goods., Services and Ideas mow faster, and prosperity is achieved,' 'Selling is not limited to people called aaleame^lbf -WB aB have something to sell, and that includes you! When everybody sells \ve"ci:eate : a mental and" emotions! climate of friendliness and good .-will that make* buying a joyous, happy adventure. Customers are won and held through a multitude of act! and attitudes; Here are some of the things that represent thd art of selling at it$ bcstli Courteous inrovds instead oj sharp retort* Smiles instead of blank looks. .XSntliuusiaaxtt instead of dullness^ ^Response instead cf indifference^ 'Wctvmtb instead of cotSness, ,' Understanding instead of the closet mini. .Attention instead of neglect, instead of irritation* Sincerity instead oj sham. Consideration instead of annoyance. . bering people instead of Jor gating {hen "W metm instead of argmentt, idea* instead of the humdrum. ins Giving instead of getting, J&ction instead of delay. Appreciation instead o Everyone selling .together blendf hearts and mind* and splrltf, as the musician^ in an orchestra harmonize npsica} tones, tp create a iwghty »ywj^e»y of prppcrity J*eft! cam more busing* by desifytflf the bwArmt vy« hay^ tct's roll out the red carpet for &£ roost impprtant person in «« « the have feeeh vJsltlng Jfl the hdnle of Mrs,. Saffitielsdn'S m6lfter,Mts. Elkab.eth,' l Keftnedy r th&' past weikr.'Mr, and Mt*8. Lent Stsekt Weil of Titftnkfl were frtday eye* fling, Visitors and 6 neice, Mrs. Howard Plseht of Shell Roeh 'aftd Mr. and Mr*,' diyde Thaves of Wavei'ly and Mr, ahd Mi's. Bud Tienan of Sarftei 4 were Saturday' visitors, Mr, attd MfS. Ortn Beardaley, Brlah Jiid; BlllJ^, 6f '..Waferlob and MtS. E8rBUi f Stilfe 'afld-'DaVid of LuVern^ '\vere Sunday evening supper guests ift the Ray Fitch hdme. - • , ' '- tf ff'S HEWS,-WE WANT W BODOfif .. SCHOOL DISTHIdT . „ . .. t . , Beard of Directors of Awtta dommunlly Seho61 tsistrlcit Kossuth County, Iowa, Will mtet August 6, 1961, at 7,30, P.M., at.Algorta High School. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the S'ollowlntf estimate of expenditures for the yeaf beginning July 1, 1961, and ending June 30, 1962. A detailed statement of i-ecelpfs and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available 'At the hearing. , . % , Donald H.,Kramer District Secretary. fUNDS General, , 6B1.2&6 697,767 639,005 68,860 680,166 Transportation ' 10.100 10,100 10,100 Text Books and Supplies 3,000 3,000 .1,000 3,000 Total General Fund, 564,396 610.867 662,105 58,850 >. 593,255 Old Agd Surv. ftls. (Fed.) 11,074 13,277 16,000 15,000 Public Errips. Ret, (St.) 12,986 13,712 14,500 14,500 Sehoolhouie Fund School Site 2.239 Schoolhouie Fund Schoblhouse (Voted) •Footnote Sehoolhouie Fund Bonds and Interest 71.172 60.641 67,733 07,733 Special Courses Fund 18,500 18.500 18.500 18.500 Telal All Purpose! 678,128 725,226 767,838 58,850 708,988 .. '21 mill §H Fund Voted,^Sept., 1960. . Secretary's balance' July 1, 1961., r A GENERAL FUND „ ,„_ ?127.945.59-.Est. Tax per $1,000.00 assessed Net Unencumbered Balance Value $42.57 (G.' F.) '..... '$127,945.59 .. . , ' ... u , SCHOOL HOUSE FUND $95.383.72 Number of persons d£ school SPECIAL COURSES FUND $ 1.481.30 Q 8 e — «— 245 ° • Amount left alter deducting Items 2. 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