The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 27, 1962 · Page 9
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of m n Pot i er > has #>"* to the Beyond. Many here will remember him and be sorry to hear of his death, which occurred in his real estate office Feb. 7 at Fort ^erdale, Fla. where he had lived for some time after many years of residency in Chicago/He had not been in good health for awhile and suffered a stroke a few years ago. He is survived by « ^ and a slster > Nev£i . Mrs. «. G. Schunck, of Chicago. Death was due to a heart attack. Merland was born at West Bend and was 71 Dec. 16. His parents were Frank and Ella 'Potter. At an early age the family moved to Algona and he attended schools here. Another son, Sherman, youngest of the family of three, died in 1949 or SO. '.*•*. • So many things come to my mind as I think back over the years to the Potter family. Mr. Potter was my Sunday School teacher for some time and I recall going to a party at his home ' across the road west of the former Mart Weaver home on Lucas street. Mrs. Potter was one of the most interesting women I ever knew. She lived a long life, kept a keen sehse of humor and was alert to the last. She died about three years ago. ; I well remember Merland's hair, dark and curly like his father's. I also remember Zada Brunson talking about him when we were sub-teertagers and in the present day vernacular he was her "boy friend". In those days a "boy friend" merely meant some lad with whom you exchanged valentines, and occasionally he walked you home from a Sunday School party. Or he might cast a shy grin your way across a school room. Nevertheless it was Romance with a capital R. Oh this "fugiting" time! < * * This is a story about a baby sitter, but with a slightly different twist. Karen and Jeff, six and seven year oid children of Dorothy and Willard Zeigler, were thought to be settled for the night. Dorothy was away for the evening afid Willard had turned in for some much needed rest so the "cats" weren't completely' away buti the "mice" did play. Goodness only knows how they got the idea of hatching a chick, but who can figure kids anyhow. A raid on the ice box yielded one egg — lucky they didn't want to hatch a brood — and onto the register \vent the egg. At least they knew it took heat to produce a chick. Results were not forthcoming after a tirtie they considered adequate, so Karen put the egg on the bed. And this is where the "baby sitting" comes in. Karen SAT on the egg with dire results, and just what Dorothy said when she discovered a very messy bedspread, she didn't go into detail. * * * Mr. and Mrs. James Will and Family have done something I'd ike to do —seen Joseph Gotten in "Prescription for Murder." they spent a recent weekend at Sioux !ity with Mr. and Mrs. Don Price and saw the play while there. Cot- fin is one of my favorites. Charles Boyer is another and I'd gladly go to the "Casbah" with him if he'd ask me! » • •• When I heard of the death of "Ding" Darling, I thought of the book of his cartoons I used to look at at Zada Brunson's years ago. He could say more with a picture than a book of words. I have kept a few in my scrap book. One is of the World peering with awe and apprehension around a high board fence at the atom which has just been released. Another was of Franklin Roosevelt doing hurdles and setting the pace for followers. » * • •• How many of the old time things did you recognize in the recent picture of an antique shop pictured in the Register? The churn, a spice cabinet, wash stand and */', J', ' ,, , ,"•""'-><'"/'•;>,'"< '< -> * - " ' - '"••'/*•' -•;»''v ^ -' -, T %?*>' ;? ""•" "f^^fl 'f^'^'^^t^^' ", Money-wise families have found a modern way to keep budgets healthier Guess who signs the checks in this family? The answer may surprise you. You see, they both do, because each has a separate checking account. Why two accounts? As family treasurer, she uses her account to handle regular operating expenses. His account takes care of the larger and less frequent payments. There's less chance for misunderstandings, more harmony all around. Perhaps this idea is worth trying in your family. It's one of the exclusive advantages offered by a full-service bank— such as ours. And because you can also save and make all kinds of loans, our full range of services adds up to easier one-stop banking. There is an important extra, too. Doing all your banking at one place helps you build a sound finan* cial standing. Why not see how our full-service banls help you make the most of your money, OWA STATi BANK ALGONA, (OWA Starting Sunday at the Algona Theatre qunrfet, Cheryl Lovstad, Francis McDonald, Marcia Strange and Pntti Long. They were accompanied by Erna,Baars. An article on Latin American Scholarships was given by Lnvina Hansen. The climax of the evening was a (rip to Bolivia via colored slides and a talk by Melba Kittleson of S\vea City, a recent visitor to the South American country, Mrs. Smidl was assisted by Helen Vogel and Bculah Bullock. Open House A large crowd enjoyed the annual open house and Appreciation Day held at Riedel's Feed Store Friday. ! Lucky winners of door prizes were Ella Meyer, John Wilson and George Koestler. Ronald Ortman was the* .winner in'guessing the number of beans in a jar. Several friends and neighbors dropped in to ; help Jenny Riebhdtf observe her birthday anniversary Tuesday. Benita 'Mitchell entertained a group of. ladies at Bridge Tuesday. Tuesday dinner guests 'at the Fred Habegar home were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hawcott, Mr., and Mrs. Cliff Holding and Mrs. Pearl Daniels. The ladies were all day guests. Gerald Hilton and Bill Hamilton spent the weekend in Des Moines where they • visited Gerald's sis- ENDS TONIGHT (WED.) "FLOWER DRUM SONG" James Darren, Deborah Walley and Michael Callan are the young stars of'"0idgct Goes Hawaiian," new Columbia' romantic comedy In Eastman Color. The film co-stars TV-famous Carl Reiner, Peggy Cass Eddie Foy, Jr., and, Jeff Donncll; Vicki Trickett and Joby Baker "are featured. Miss Walley, pert and red-headed, makes her screen bow. wagon seat intrigued • me, I've watched grandma Cady churn many a pound of butter from our own cream. I've also seen her impatience at 'times the cream wouldn't "come." She'd let me squeeze the milk from the butter, too, .after it had been placed in the wooden butter bowl-squeezed with a wooden spoon shaped just for the purpose. • * * Going back many years again — a collar held under the ears by little transparent gadgets. Yes, I wore 'em but at sixteen I had a face that could j stand such a style, if it had to. Right now I can't say much for a high collar and frills! Yes, the face has changed! • . • • It is hard for me to picture Gardner Cowles as the business tycoon he has turned out to be. 1 knew him as a little chubby youngster whom I saw at his home when I went there to play with his sister, Bertha. He was called "Mike" more often than Gardner. His latest venture is with a group which has purchased all stock of three Mackle brothers in General Development Corp. for investment purposes. Cowles has been elected chairman of the board. He is also a nationally known magazine and newspaper publisher and radio-television executive. * * w My cousin Edwin Cady, Houston, Texas., likens himself to a gravel pit, Having had recent surgery for gall 'bladder ' removal,;/ 'plilS' 1 'be? tween 60 and 70 stones. He wrbW'to' me from his hospital bed, assured me he was getting along OK and was going home Feb. 12. With two R.N.'s his daughter Frances and wife Mayme, he will be in good care. • * • I greatly enjoyed the pictures of the White House didn't you? What lovely rooms and beautiful furniture. I love those old-fashioned things. In a small way the villa Louis at Prairie du Chien is a duplicate. And Grant's home at Galena. I grew up on hair cloth and black walnut and for a few years didn't appreciate it. Now I have some of the things in my room — the hair cloth replaced by tapestry, and love every inch of thsm. « « * Have you seen the note paper with the little tatted flowers? I had a message from Erma Pratt, Burt, and she had used such note paper. Cute and a nice Chi'istmas idea. Only I can't tat. * ¥ * Shall I make your mouth water by telling you about the valentines Vivian Skogstrom gave me? Chinese rolls, all sugary and lots of cinnamon, and light as feathers. Yes, on went the coffee pot! • • • Some baby — Wife suing for divorce telling the judge — "We were happy for a year, and then the baby came." "Boy or girl?" inquired the judge. "Girl" the woman replied, "Big, fat, blonde, painted and she moved in next door." • * * After a wild ride, reckless driving through traffic, exceeding the speed limit, skidding over a curb and barely missing a pedestrian, the passenger inquired of the taxi driver, "Do you drive this way all the time?" "No" answered the cabbie, "sometimes I take another route." • * * When I wrote this column Fvb. 15 I forgot to mention how proud I was that Iowa is represented in the White House by the desk given by Mrs. Maurice Noun, Des Moines. • • » As a valentine gift to the residents here the rriembers of the Titonka Women's Federated club brought a large decorated box of assorted cookies. With them was served lemonade, a tasty brew concocted by one of the nurses. • » » Brownie troop 434 with Mrs. Ernest Hutchison as leader has "adopted" Matt Lohring, a resident here and remembered him Valentines day with several gifts which were to be opened, one per (lay for a week. A very nice gesture for a man who has no relatives near here. When I called Mrs. Robert Knuil- sen for news, she replied, "All the news I have is that we are in a mess." I asked what she was doing and she said, "We are building a new house." Well, the mess will eventually be dispelled and how nice a new home will be. Something wonderful to look forward to. Me, all I look forward to is SPRING! Burt Lions Plan Athletic Dinner , For April 16 Burt — Plans were formulated by the Burt Lions Monday night for the annual athletic banquet. The banquet this year, .which will be open to all interested parents, will be held in conjunction with the athletic award night. It will be held Monday evening, Apr. 16. Tickets will be available from Lion members at a later date. Installed as Lions Monday evening were Darrell Davis and Kenneth Sarchet: In charge of the installation was Al Hinckley of the membership committee. He was assisted by Fred Hilton, sponsoring member and Frank Ryerson. A film "A Letter to the Kremlin" was shown'by Mr. Hilton. Dinner was served to the 27 members present by Legion Aux-> iliary members Maree Bahnson. Dorothy Becker, Gladys Hawcott and LGenavevet Spry, i ,. , , . -\ a Woman's Club Met About 25 members were in attendance at the meeting of the Burt Woman's Club at the home of Margaret Smidt Monday evening, in spite of the weather. The group enjoyed several vocal selections by a high school girls Thursday thru Saturday "Sink The Bismarck" 7:30, "The Racers" 9:15. Saturday matinee "The Racers" Plus 6 cartoons starting at 1:30. Sunday "Gidget Goes Hawaiian" 1:30-3:35-5:45-7:55-10:00. Monday and Tuesday "Gidget Goes Hawaiian" 7:25-9:35. Cinema Arts Show. Curtain at 8:15 "Devil Strikes At Night" 8:30. Wed. Only March 7 * f IBIEf * CURTAIN AT 8:15 "DtVILISHLY BEGUILING ABSORBINGIY DRAMATIZED -BRILLIANTLY GRAPHIC -ADMIRABLY STACKED DYNAMITE! With a thoughtful, biting script, a uniformly first rate cast and suspense- fully alert camera... Bit by bit Mr. Siodmak connects v the incidents like a jigsaw puzzle. Gifted Mr. Siodmak has done himself proud!" COLOR CARTOON - PLUS "HUNTING THE FOX" FEATURE AT 8:35 — ADM. $1.00 THUR. Thru SAT. ALGONA Their't was a love that never j '•••-,, looked back / j IN COLOR, CINEMASCOPE ter and family, the James ffagers. Saturday evening, the Tragers and their guests attended a basketball game at Drake University. Lorena Hiebhoff, Des Moines, spent the weekend at the parental Lance Riebhoff home. Doh Thomson and Marilyn Hinckley, Oakdale, and Judy Hinckley, Indianola, visited at the parental Al Hinckley home. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Hilto*H Marion, and Mrs. Nelle Hartman, Waverly, spent the weekend at the Fred Hilton home, coming to help their brother celebrate his birthday anniversary. , Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smith spent the weekend with their daughter, Sheryl, at Iowa City. ; Tomorrow is the greatest laborsaving device of today. SHOWN AT 9:15 ONLY 2ND FEATURE - AMAZING TRUE ADVENTURE Sink the Bismarck/ KENNETH MORE-DANAWYNTER '&-«*** •• SHOWN AT 7:30 ONLY SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT 1:30 "THE RACERS" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS SUN., MON., TUES., CONTINUOUS SUN. FROM ...1:30 • GOES HAWAIIAN ...AND F4LL9 OFFTHE DEEP END FORTWO GROOVE GU>S.. Come along with the go-go Set / JAMB MEN * MlflHEl MIAN «DEW W • iXwWfEK • Screenplay b» RUTH BROOKS FUPPEM PLUS COLOR CARTOON AND "WATERS OF BANGKOK" SPEAKING; THE CHANGING JCENE we MINUTE J MORE-, THAT* AIL t CAN WAIT/ SO YEARS AGQAMANINAHURW OFTEM WENT BATHUES5. /TODAY, NO MAN NEED GO BATHLESS ... be he young dr.oloVV/ith modern electric water heating, a constant Supply of hot wafer is available. You can soak all you wanf, in shower or tub. Your electric water heater keeps the supply constant and even. Even small boys find that AMU hot water is a pleasure to enjoy, not a chore. If you're planning to build, or to modernize, you should Investigate the many advantages of ELECTRICAL HEAT. Algona Municipal Utilities "LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY" SEMI-ANNUAL SETTLEMENT OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA With Rosella Voigt Treasurer of said County for the period from June 1, 1961, COUNTY AUDITOR'S STATEMENT Auditor's Ledger to Dqc. 31, 1961, inclusive. Assets In Hands of County Tr«asurer at Close of Business Dee. 31, 1961. FUNDS Warrants Overdrawn Balance Outstanding Treasurer's Ledger Overdrawn Balance Payroll Service Comp. Soldiers' Bonus C. H. Build. Fund Automobile License Use Tax Agricultural Land Tax Credit General County Court Expeme Poor '. State Institution County Insane Agriculture Exten. Serv. Secondary Road 18,341.32 Road Clearing County School Twp. Fire Special Courses Soldiers' Relief C. H. Bond Funds Domestic Animal -Bovine Tuberculosis Jang's Disease Teachers' Institute Emergency -Drainage Assessments -ity Special Assessments .- Zorporation Funds School District Library Fund Township Funds School District Funds 'ounty Fair Sales Tax Weed Erad. <orean -ounty Board of Education bounty Assessor -- -ibrary -_ : ederal Social Security Iowa Pub. Emp. Retirement Advance Personal 271.91 72.01 711.67 128,752.32 7,146.82 97.04 114,487.62 1.723.21 87,212.43 62,236.60 22,837.58 358.72 5,583.33 4,336.22 1,293.12 3,387.80 19,684.56 56,598.85 8,416.31 6,623.87 24,244.59 2,420.76 441.37 76,353.82 2,760.05 20,566.13 1,163.00 253.02 87,168.02 871.63 30.89 9,192.81 37.19 16,137.54 17,551.23 67.90 I 22,042 39 5,907.85 4,160.29 961.31 89.70 2,638.96 4.14 25,412.02 44.35 209.00 38.37 66.00 14.25 31,421.90 49.12 1,014.93 6.03 4,432.20 72.01 711.67 128,752.32 7,146.62 97.04 115,448.93 1,812.91 89,851.39 62,240.74 22,837.58 . 358.72 7,070.70 5,583.33 .4,336.22 1,293.12 3,387.80 19,728.91 56,598.85 8.625.31 6,662.24 24,310.59 2,435.01 441.37 107,775.72 2,760.05 20,566.13 1,212.12 253.02 87,168.02 871.63 30.8? 9,192.81 37.19 17,152.47 17,557.26 67.96 3,813.64 18,228.75 5,907.85 Cosh in Banks (See Treasurer's Balance in Schedule Below) ^'sBS'sT Cash in Drawer -•-- " 2'33075 Checks and Drafts - - •) al (plus Error) f^* Total Cash on Hand and in Banks 866,831.29 Blllnce In Depositories at Clo»« of Bmlnest Pet. 31, 1961. Name of Bank Deposits Cashiers' Checks Treasurer't . In Certifi- Out- Net transit cates standing Balance - Total 819.042.24 66,130.37 Less Overdrafts 18,341.32 Nat Balance on Hand 800,700.92 66,130.37 866,831.29 Algona, Iowa, January 10, 1962. I, Marc Moore, Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, do hereby certify that *--- 1:*;-~ O f tftg funds in the hands of business December 31, I, Marc Moore, Auairor or Nossum *-uuniy, !«».«, «•* •—•--*. —-^••' - -i the statement given above, correctly shows the condition of the funds m the nanas of Rosella Voist, Treasurer of said County, at the close o vi ngseiia voigr, treasurer or saiu \_9uiuy, 1961, as shown by accounts in my office. MARC MOORE County Auditor Security State, Algona Iowa State, Algona Farmers Trust 4 Savings, Bancroft Surf Savings, Burt Farmer's Trust & Savings, Lakota -- Swea City State, Swea City Farmer's State, Lu Verne - -Lone Rock, Lone Rock ... Farmer's State, Whittemore State Bank of Ledyard, Ledyard — First Trust and Savings, Fenton Titcnka Savings, Titonka Exchange State, Wesley -- - 3.93 .01 1,748.50 .10 418.10 524.00 .50 1,070.52 275.72 .10 498.09 .01 156.75 3,414.13 210,080.67 3,410.48 178,534.13 33.04 51,418.12 40,141.17 39,043.02 52,590.32 37,524.84 35,634.36 35,651.80 50,404.99 37,641.36 52,928.36 35,652.46 Long .25 .50 206,674.12 178,501.10 53,166.62 40,559.37 39,566.77 „ 53,661.34 " 37,800.56 35,634.36 ., 35,651.30 _, 50,903.18 37,798.12." 56,342.49,, 35,652.46 Net Amt. on Deposit In Banks at Close of Business Dec. 31, 1961 . 8,110.46 857,245.60 3,444.27 861,911.79., Algona, Iowa, January 10, 1962. We, the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, do hereby that the foregoing statement correctly shows the assets in the hands of Rosel a Voigt, Treasurer of said county) as counted by us, on the 31st day of December, 1961. JOHN H. ROD€ CHARIES PLATHE JENS M. SORtNSEN A. M. KOLLASCH CHARLES H. NEWEL

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