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Mrs fences Hatofoaue*. Visited .last ,week'eM. by Mr- and Mrs .John. Holt2bauer of ties . Moines. •• ' •. . Mr and'M*g w, Ar Barry Jr., were visited last week by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Al Lichter aM so'ns of Pocahontas, Mt and MrS Butns Nugent and little daughter of Cedar Rapids were guests' of Mr aiid Mrs Max Bartholomew last Week Mbnflay. Burns .16 with T-V' and will be PAINT, BARGAINS All-Purpose UTILU* PAINT $2.25 Gal. S-Gal. Lois — $9.88 Guaranteed . . WHITE HOUSE PAIhlt $2.95 Gal. s 5-Gal. Lois — $14.88 Red BARN PAINT ''$2.25. 6al/ 5-Gal, Lois — $9.88 remembered as the S6n of Df, and Mrs Lee Nugent, former residents here now 1 living.at Burtmnk, Calif. .' Mt and Mrs Jerome Volght, Steven and Susan of Des Moiriea 'Were weekend guests of Jerome's mother, Mrs Katherine Voight. Mrs yoight Jr., is the former Kathleen Moltzbauer, She and the children' remained for & longer visit. Mr and Mrs William Sengbuseh were' visited from Sunday, till Wednesday by their son> Richard of Amarillo, Tex. Callers at the home were-Mr and Mrs John Hahselman and David, Mr and Mrs Don Finders, George Sengbusch, Gary and Darwin and Mr and Mrs Tom Elefson of Serttpn. Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry and niece, Mrs Jerome Voight* and children of Des Moines, Mrs Frances Holtzbauer; Mr and! Mrs Bob Holtzbauer arid Mr and Mrs John Waldron of Des Moines spent the weekend at Clear. Lake with Mr and Mrs Roy Berry at their cottage. Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry Sr., had their daughter, ; Mrs Roy Berry and son Phil and Mrs Gertrude Sheridan Kelley of Mason City as guests during the centennial celebration. Other guests later in the week Were Ann and Valida Hatch, cousins of Mrs Barry and friend Sally Lee of St. Paul, , Mr and'Mrs' Carl Medin have been here from California. They have beeri house guests of Mr and Mrs Russell Medin at Whittemore and also visited Mr and Mrs Ken 'Porch and . FLOOftj PAINT $2.95 Gal. ALUMINUM PAINT $2.95 Gql. 5-Gal. Lois — $14.88 Quick-Dry ' WHITE ENAMEL $2.95 Gal; Close-Out Speciall LATEX WALL PAINT $1.38 Quart $3.98 Gallon DIAMOND'S SURPLUS IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACI The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA Friday, July 16 i ' Ridge, Riders (western) Saturday, July 17 JULES HERMAN . and his orchestra Sunday, July 18 TEX BENEKE and, orchestra Featuring Shirley Jones Adm. $1.61 plus tax, toil 1.80 Wednesday, July 21 Teenage Dance—Don Hoy CASUALS & KEDETTES Colors: . Wheat, tan, while, black and white and beige. $4.95 and $7.95 values, now at these low prices. i. 2. 3. SUMMER FLATS Colors: White, black, tan and red. $4.95 to $7.95 3.98 to 4.95 AIR-STEP CASUALS Colors: White, beige, tan and black. $7.95 and $8.95 _ 4.95 & 5.95 / AIR-STEPS Colors: White, black/white, blue/white, black and brown. All sizes, all widths, AAAA's to E's. $10.95 and $11.95 values 5.95 & 6.95 BUSTER BROWN-TEENAGE Loafers, straps and oxfords — that will be perfect for school next fall. Formerly $6.95 and $7.95 4.95 & 5.95 ROBIN HOODS Choice of loafers, straps or ties. Formerly sold for $5.95 and $6.95 2.98 S3.98 ROBLEES - PEDWINS Big buys for the men and boys. These shoes are $10.95 and $12.95 values. Terrific reductions! 5.95 to 7.95 BROWN bili SUOESTORE ALGONA IOWA "THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF neth Medlft here. Th& men ate brothers, sons of Mr and Mrs Sftfti, 'Metiirt, ^ho are • spending .thfr. summer at their Slimmer hoi;ne at Woman Lake, Mirth,. . > Mr and Mrs Roy Bjusirom tfttfe visited last week by Mr and Mrs' Arnold Roiipe of Cedar Rapids and the latter's rrtother, Mrs B. E. Britton whrjf mak^s -her home with hef daughter and 'family. Mrs Rbupe, is the tforter Florence Britton, They also Had as guest Mrs Roby Walker of Long Beach, Calif. Sheila Hansen is spending a twd Weeks vacation here 1 With her parents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen, following which she will return to her duties at Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moines. Mrs Don J. Mertz of Grand Is- landr'Neb., siste^ of Mrs, Hansen, Vvas a guest Over the Centennial weekend. Sgt. George Weir of Camp Kill* mar, N. J., accompanied-by his sister, Mrs Donald Oldenberg and children Patty and Mike of Highland/ Ind., arrived Friday at the home of their mother, Mrs Anna Weir, to attend the wedding of their, youngest sister, Bridget, to Terrance William Fogerty, son of Mr and Mrs William Fogerty of Hodman. The ceremony took place Monday morning. Mr and Mrs George L. Free, Pasadena, Calif., spent two weeks in the home of Mr Free's mother, Mrs Maude Free, recently. Also visitors atjMrs Free's 'Were .Mr and Mrs H; L. Duncan and Bob, Westfield, N. J... Mrs'Duncan is a daughter of Mrs Free. The Duncans left here'Tuesday morning and Will visit relatives and riends at Cedar Rapids, Ocon- ton, Wis., and' Montreal ori their return home. Roland ,. Paine, Svanston, 111., brother ' of Mrs George Free was also a guest. Society Motes Bridget Weir Wed' Bridget Eileen Weir, youngest daughter of Mrs Anna Weir of 510 North Church .Street, became the bride of Terrance William Fogerty, son 6f Mr and Mrs ^William Fogerty of Rodman, in a single-ring ceremony performed by Msgr. P. P. Gearen at 9:00 a.m. Monday morning, July 12, in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Josie McEvoy. presided at the organ, playing the traditional .wedding marches, .and accom- 'panying the soloists Kathleen Griffin and Anita Reding. The bride wore a cathedral,.length gown, of white nylon tulle and lace with a fingertip veil, and carried a bouquet of white roses and carnations. She was attended by Phyllis Elbert who wore a ballerina-length gown of green net, and carried a bouquet o' pink .roses and white carnations Martin Fogerty of .Rodman at tended, his ^brother as best man A 'reception for approximately 125 friends and relatives was held following the ceremony at the K. C. hall. Patty Oldenberg of Highland, Ind., a niece of the bride, kept the guest book.'Stella O'Toole, aunt of the bride, cut and served the wedding cake, and five classmates of the bride, Carol Schilmoeller, Joanne Stebrit/, Ann O'Brien, Mary Jo Murtha and .Marita Zaugg, assisted with the serving. Nancy Thompson and Darlene Hentges had charge of the gifts. Bridget is a 1953 graduate of St. Cecelia's academy, and was employed by Clayton & Rusk prior to her marriage. The young couple will make their home in Emmetsburg, .where .Terry Is employed by the John Deere Implement company. ' Centennial Open'House- Mr and Mrs Andrew M. HanseH held open' house Sunday evening. July 4, for the class of 1913 and their guests, following a reunion dinner at the Johnson House. Class members) in attendance were Mrs Paul Benjamin.! Miami, Fla.i Mr and Mrs Will Dalley, Bristow, Okie.! Mrs George Baier, Salina, Kaft.; Mr and Mrs Reid Davidson, Voorke- vile, N. Y.; Mr and Mrs Ed Hammond, Swea City; Frances Wright, Eagle Grove; Mrs Ethyl McDou- aaf Mason City; Mr and .Mrs Alfred SChenck, Stewart McFadden, and Mr and Mrs Hansen,. all of Algona. Other guests, included Mr and Mrs! Maurice Neal, Dexter; Mr and Mrs Harry Malloy, Marshalltown; Mrs Hugo Denker, Lester; Hazel Brocks, Eagle Grove; Sheila Hansen, DeS Moines: Mrs John Hednck, Garnett, Kan.; Phyllis Hammond. Duluth, Minn., Mrs Don J. Mem, Grand Island, Neb.; and Mrs Mabel Paxson t Algona. Larry Douglas Wed , ' • Among those who attended the Donna Jean Mettller-Larry DoU- <?las nuptials at the Wesleyan Methodist church Sunday at Mason City were Mr and Mrs J. Anderson, ;Mr and Mrs Wayne Goddert.'Mr arid Mrs Jess Lashbrook, Mr and Mrs John McGuire, Mr and Mrs Louis Lynk, Mr anc, Mrs Melvin Olson, Mr and Mrs William 'Runchey, Mr and Mrs Claude Samson; Mrs Mildred 3 utz, Mrs'Vic Parsons and Linda Gladys Burtis. Members'of he bridal party ; were Donna McGuire, Wayne Douglas, Wai- ace Hill and Cliff Skogstrom. The bridegroom is a son of Mr nd Mrs Henry Doughy who were n attendance. Bell .& Gade Reunion The Bell and Gade reunion was held Sunday in the Fenton Park with each family bringing a picnic dinner. Registration totaled 140 Towns represented were West Bend, Whittemore, Fenton, Lone Rock, Pomeroy, Chicago, Emmetsburg, Forest City and Al- Algona Postal Service To * Include "Hypo" Rumors have ^>een many, but one thing is certain, Algona is going to be serviced by a "Hypo". One of six highway post offices being put into duty by the post office department will travel thb route from Des Moines to Algona, and it's quite possible that an inaugural trip will be made this Saturday, with the truck arriving here at 6:30 p.m. for a public inspection in front of the post office. Postmaster Wade Sullivan received the first notification that Algona was one of the cities being considered in a letter dated July 8 from headquarters in Des Moines. The letter received by him asked for information about the city which would be used iti a brochure to be printed and distributed. That's the only word he's received, officially. It was understood, however, Tuesday, July 13, 1954 Algdna (to.) Uppflf.DA Motnat*3 that service by the big 36-foot "Hypo" truck on this route would be to Webster City, Fort podge, Humfcoldt, Algona and Mankato, Minn. Since then it has been reported Algona would be the end of the line. It is probable the truck would leave Des Moines late at night and reach Algona about 5 a.m. each morning. These trucks, built like a railroad mail car, and operated by railway mail clerks, are privately owned, and are leased by the government for its use. Highway post offices are going to take up the slack left when certain mail trains were discontinued, and would step-up mall service. Permanent service is scheduled for next Monday, July 19. , Rochester Patients Bancroft —A, A. Droessler is a patient at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn. His daughter, Helen, is with him. Also a patient at St. Mary's is Mac Duddirtg. Mrs Dudding is staying with him while .he is in the hospital. U-D-M Classified* Pay Dlvldendt P.W.O. To Meet , . The Presbyterian Women's .Organization will meet, Thursday afternoon, July 15, to do White Cross sewing. The. executive board will meet at 2 o'clock in the pastor's study. Plum Creek Club Meeting The Plum Creek Women's Clua will meet Wednesday, July 14 at Mrs Hortense Ferguson's. Amy Priebe will be hostess, assisted by Elsie Willrett. ••-• ~ Osiwinkle Has Three Cases Three cases were heard in justice of the peace C. H. Ost- winkle"s court last week. • Arnie E. Elbert, Algona, paid $5 and costs for going thorugh a stop sign. Troy Nelson Parker, East Peoria, 111., and Woodrow Conley, Weooka, Okla., were arrested at Burt and charged with intoxication. Each received a 30-day sentence in the local jail, but the sentences were suspended, on condition that the men leave Burt and Kossuth county for good. _ REPORT OF CONDITION OF IOWA STATE BANK of thU Dtai.lct. . 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and ^^ ^^ ^Ses--:::::::::::. • : «: 12. TOTAL ASSETS ...... — --' ------ ---------------- $6,40o.404.n.l 13 Demand deposits ot individuals, partnerships and corporations 5,037,528.50 14 Time deposits o£ individuals, partnerships, and corporations ™'S£ ™ 18 (Deposit! of United States Government (including postal savings) . 132.576.6! 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions .: 7 5S'i?2'i, 17. Deposits of banks —— taJ« in 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) - ^ ani R7 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS XiDfTAi" A'caSuNT's $8.qOb.861.B, 25 100.000.00 loo.ooo.ui) . Surplus 27, Undivided profits .,,,n nv< i-> 2fl TOTAL. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - 2U8.bOj.lJ 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL'ACCOUNTS ...S«,405,4«-l,au •This bank's capital consists of: „„„„„„„ Common Block with total par value of $100,000.00. \ MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes '-,-—, —, u .-. I H L Gilmore, vice president of the above named bank, hereby certity that the above statement is true to the best o£ my knowledge and Delict H. L. Gilmore, Vice President CORREST—ATTEST: R. H. Miller, Hugh Raney, J. A. Haggard, H. R. Cowan, U E. Linnan, J. C. Mawdsley, directors. State of Iowa, County of Kossulh ss: • Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of July, 1954. Louise Magnuson, Notary Public BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION ESTIMATE NOTICE: The County Board of Education of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet on Monday, July 26. 1954. at 8:00 p. m. in the Office of the County Superintendent-of Schools of Kossuth County at Algona, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for and against the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1. 1955. This is in accordance with Chapter 273, Code of Iowa, creating a county school system. A. M. Quintard, County Supt. and Sec. of the Board P TO QJ E- >• & 3 •o "" S « n a II Is n vt ra § JS II Here It Is! Beginning Wedtiesddy 9:00 Sharp! GRAHAM'S STOREWIDE JULY Tremendous Bargains! A "Clean Sweep" of All Summer Merchandise! HERE'S A CLEAN SWEEP OP ALL OUR SUMMER YARD GOODS Pick what- you want from Pucker Nylons,, Glazed Cottons, Terry Cloth, Showtime Plisses . . . and many, many others! You save plenty at this one low pricel Yd. AND A CLEAN SWEEP OF LADIES' SUMMER SPORTSWEAR Out go all our cool shorts, bras, halters, pedal pushers, lightweight blouses, summer skirts, otc. ... summer sportswear of all kinds, and all smashed down in price on the Balcony! 1 "AOFF A Clean Sweep of Sunback Frocks 2.22 Lots of sunshine weather left — and here are the sunshine frocks you want at a bargain price. Some with boleros. Misses and '*' women's sizes. Balcony. A Clean Sweep of Kids Playclothes $1 Come and get 'em! Dozens and dozens of Tumbl-Togs thai include playsuiis, jeans, shorts, slacks, etc. Choose them all at this one low pricel In Downstairs Store "JUMBO" RUMMAGE TABLE Save Up To 50% And More Jumbo bargains on a "jumbo-sized" rummage table! Odd lots and incomplete ranges of merchandise brought from all over the store for this feature! We can't begin to describe everything — but just come and see! One Table Children's Sport Shirts • • $1 . Here's everything you want in sport shirts,of the short-sleeved cool type for boys and girls! Sizes 2 to 16. Downstairs Store Table Curtain Bargains to to V2 Off Odds and ends of curtains from our drapery department, moved downstairs and greatly reduced for this sale. Clean Sweep of Ladies, Children* SANDALS Here's'y°ur chance to get a pair or two of those comfy, cool summery sandals — shoes that have sold up to $3.98 — for these two special prices! Ladies' sizes 4 to 8, in sandals in white and red. Special Offering of Girls' and Children's Summer Sandals in Sizes 8'/2 to 3, white and red, at $2 Co. Board of Education Total .19.908 20.861 23,625 23,475 7,000 650 15,825 Distribution of Board of Education Expenditures Proposed Past Year Ensuing Vt-ai (1953) |1!;55I 1. General -Control .1-1,803 12,400 2. Instruction - 3.751 7,-175 3. Auxiliary Agencies l>50 4. Coordinate Activities — 1.732 l.i)50 5. Fixed Charges 574 700 6. Capital Outlay 300 TOTALS Items I to 6 above 20,860 23.475 (Published July 13, 1954, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines). Special Purchase of Lunch Cloths $1 What a small price to pay for such cloths! . . . and all of them spic and span new! Just the cloth for everyday use and for picnics. Size 48x48 inches. Special Purchase of Dress Chambrays 4 Yds. $1 These are the newest patterns out — in new chambrays a full 36 inches wide. Lively shades that will make up beautifully. BOYS'and GIRLS' SHORTS Our whole summer selection of boys and girls shorts thrown in at this reduction! Sizes 2 to 14. 1 Off Lots of different materials. __. GIRLS' SUMMER SHORT SETS Sets consisting of bra top and shorts to match our entire remaining stock to go at this reduction 1 Oft 4 TERRY CLOTH WASH CLOTHS Good weight wash cloths in striped patterns. We are selling them out now in baker's dozen lots I Q _________ ....... ____ . 10 at this low price! for Downstairs Store Special Fabric Remnants to Price Short remnant lengths of all types and kinds of material — in lengths you can use for many things! One Big Rack of Girls' Dresses $1.47 Values here up to $2.98! And such a wide selection! Sizes 1 to 6x. Tog her out in a new outfit or two at this price! SPECIAL PURCHASE! CHENILLE SPREADS Ripple weave spread in soft, luxurious chenille. Generous double size . ~ . fringed ends. Wonderful color assortment. Very Special 3.77 SPECIAL PURCHASE! "TRULON" NET PANELS Washable, pre-shrunk, ready to hang panels of miracle Trulon. Extra wide, full 81 inch length. Eggshell color. Regular 1.49 Value 1.09 AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR^ SHOPPING COMFORT

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