The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1966 · Page 13
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Real Estate Transfers 1 X Bahling, Ben, Exec, to Donald R. Claft)er et ux 5-31-66 NE1/4 28-97-29, Hutchison, D. C, Conservator to Arthur J. Doyle 6-2-66 Undiv. 1/10 int. in Nl/2 SE1/4 14-9829. West, Cletus B. & Janet J. to Charles P. & Cecilia Kelson 6-2-66, Way & Barrett's Park Add. lots 6, 7, & 8 blk. 15; Wesley. Reding, John B., sgl.toDodgen Agrifactory Corp. 6-3-66 A parcel of land lying in NE1/4 2894-28 (desc. as see rec.) Roeder, John E. &DlannaM. to Margaret Lynch 6-1-66 Hill Crest Add. lots 3 & 4 blk 2; Algona. Agena, A. F. & Eldora M. to Andrew J. Cubit et ux 613-66 S 1/2 of W 1/2 of vacated alley through blk 265 & N 81 3/4' of Call's Add. lot 5 & 6 blk 265; Algona. Arndorfer, Kathryn & Philip J. to Rudolph Tietz 6-9-66 N 1/2 0. P. Lot 7 & 8 blk 55; Algona. Frankl, Gerald P. & Rita to Michael Frankl 6-9-66 Comra. at NE corner of W 1/2 NE 1/4 (thence see rec.) 36-95-29. Gant, Donald V. & Sally J. to Julian T. Chrischilles et ux 6-13-66 Lot 8 of Lot 6 of A. P. of Pts. of Lot 6 of A. P. of pt. of SW 1/412-95-29. Guide, Mary M., Wdw. to Anna H. McCarthy 6-13-66 0. P. lot 11 & 12 blk 1; .Bancroft. Lampe, Gene J. & Kathryn Irene to Gene J. Lampe et ux 6-8-66 NW 1/4 31-98-28 & E 1/2 NE 1/4 36-98-29. McEnroe, Ethel, sgl. et al to Rudolph H. Tietz' 6-9-66 N 1/2 0. P. Lots 7 & 8 blk 55; Algona. McNertney, Donald E. & Doris Y. to Wm. J., Raymond John Doyle; Thomas E. Doyle.; Elizabeth A. Sweet; Arthur J.Doyle; Marilyn Miller; James M.Doyle; Robert E. Doyle; Charles P. Doyle; Katheyn J. Doyle; our undiv. 1/2 int. 6-2-66 N 1/2 SE 1/4 14-98-29. Olson, Zelma & Harold to Richard D. & Betty L. Nail 6-14-66 Undiv. 1/4 int. NW 1/4 10-9427. Tietz, Rudolph & Clara to Clara J. Wydert 6-8-66 Call & Smarts Add. lot 2 blk 7; Algona. Vodraska, Wence C. & Lois to Wence C. Vodraska et ux 6-9-66 SW 1/4 S 1/2 S 1/2 NE 1/4; & N 1/2 SE 1/4 12-98-29. Chicago & N. W. Railway Co. to Sunray DX Oil Co. 6-9-66 That pt. of SE 1/4 NE 1/4 ; see rec.; 18-97-30. Ferstl, Evelyn & Louis to Phyllis Sheppard 6-10-66 E 1/2 of pt. of SW 1/4 (Comm. see rec.) 29-96-30. Nelson, Harold J. & Alice M. to Gerald P. Frankl et ux 6-9 -66 W 1/2 NE 1/4 36-95-29. Odell, Ruth V., Trustee of al to Gene J. Lampe, et ux 68-66 NW 1/4 31-98-.29 & NE 1/2 NE 1/4 36-98-29. Sloan, David M., Trustee et al to Gene J. Lampe et ux 68-66 NW 1/4 31-98-28 & E 1/2 NE 1/4 36-98-29. Hutchison, D. C., Adm to Ella M. Welch 6-9-66 N 1/2 Call's Add. lot 5 & 6 blk 182; Algona. Chicago & N. W. Railway Co. to Edward N. Goache 6-0-66 Stip of land in E 1/2 See rec.; 1298-29. Former St. Joe Girl Receives M.A. Degree ST. JOE - Judy Bormann, studying at Wichita University, Wichita, Kansas, under a URA fellowship the past 2. years received an MA in audiology June 5. Miss Bormann received a BA in speech pathology in 1964 from Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. For the past year she has been employed as an audiologist at the Institute of Lago- pedics in Wichita on a part- time basis and will begin full time work July 1. -Miss Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann, Davenport, formerly from here, is a 1960 Garrigan High School graduate and was a recent visitor here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Maurice Reding is a sister of Miss Bormann. FAWN A deer fawn lost the hoof of its right front leg recently on the Earl Brandt farm near Sumner. The machine Brandt was operating clipped the leg just above the hoof. He judged the fawn to be approximately 10 days to two weeks old. rr i FULL 4 PLY 1st LINE NYLON SAFETY CUSTOM" / *»*.< T f D E C «' 1 K Ei 3 • A Full 4-Ply Tire At Less Than A 2-Ply PriceI 124-MONTH GUARANTEE - Every "Safety 'Custom" is guaranteed for 24 months against all road hazards and defects' in material and workmanship. Adjustments made on a pro-rated basis according to months used and tire wear. *«• Tire Six* BIG BEAR 600 X 16 Tube Type $ 9.99 670 X 15 Tube Type 9.99 750 X 14 Tubeless 10.99 800 X 14 Tubeless 10.99 No Exchange Tire Needed 1009 NO. MAIN ALGONA Tuesday, June 28, 1966 Algofta, (la.) Upper D«« Maine* AROUND ALGONA RECENT guests of Rose and Christine Arend were their sister, Mrs. Mary Nllles and daughter, Lucille, Remsen. Mrs. Nilles also visited her sister, Mrs. Peter Hllbert, who has been bedridden for the past few years, and other relatives. MR. AND MRS. Herman Funk returned a week ago from Fort Bragg, Cal. where they visited their son, Raymond and family. They attended graduation exercises for their grandson, Jerry. MR. AND MRS. Robert Bensch, Mankato, Minn., are parents of a baby girl born June 17. It is their fourth child. Mrs. Bensch is the former Mary Ann Simmons who taught kindergarten here in Third Ward School several years ago. MR. AND MRS. Paul McBride took their daughter, Kathy, to Lawrence, Kansas, where she will attend the Midwest Music and Art Camp at "the University of Kansas for six weeks. LADIES OF Algona Country club met for their weekly party June 22 with Mrs. Harold Gilmore as hostess. Winners were Barbara Haggard, Mrs. Frank Zender and Mrs. Gene Hood. Hostess June 29 will be Mrs. James Everds. MR. AND MRS. Barney Frankl and family are spending some time at Crosslake, Minn, at the Jim Schneider Resort. ALGONA NOW THROUGH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 THEATRE COLOR! SINGING NUN' GRERG/U -i>/ear Such Wonderful Songs as DOMINIQUE • BPOTHERJOMN {others Mode famous AL/ the Smqinq Nan '. TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 - 29 STARLITE TIRE-SCREAMING, ENGINE-ROARING HUNKS OF IRON... that separate the men from the chickens, but not from the chicks! FUNK MMCTTE AVALOH FUHICELLO FABIAN WILLS JUIKPARRISH - SECOND FEATURE - -COLORSCOPE

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