The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1966
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4-Alpena fie) Upp*r D«t Moln** Thwwdcry, $«pt. 22, 1966 K 's. Pay Hos*r., CUre,aa3Mrs. Rosemary Ulses Of Burt Algerian's Bride, Sept. 10 Tb<- «7'x«G $*rv^! t\re* years in ii* *»arv arrf Is ^ &vfet&. in *teciricaJ e*4i'i«rin? at kns-a Saie fairer sity, Aaes. The br;3* is *ir.pi -..;.*- i-' th*p Tl* p:ec»ii3g Friia;. eresirjg eH it th» i^n:* tf &e brio's s, Mr. arrf Mrs. Err-in If GAL IS THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE Of 10 *A IS AXD FOR KGSSUTH COUXTY Prc**'* Xo. 't'jl'i, NOTICE OF APPOIXTKEXT OF ADMINISTRATOR IX THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF A15« K. Ar/Je.-e-gs. Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IX THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE : aJl p*rscr..s ir ta'.e are r^'j thai %s- claims agtir,s*. saSi «rs'a!e shall /lie :*.err, »!',.'•. t. v .-e ')<?.**: of the aJ/i/vt r.i.r.e-J district '.curt. as provi-ie-i r;v law, -jylv au;. v .%r.;i- cate-2, for aiio»ar.'.e, an-i 'jrJess so fllt-i wltMr; s;x rr.or.'rs frorr. tU s*c/;r.d prjUlca'.lor, of Rosemary Sue Ulses, daughter of Mr. awl Mrs. Enrlu Ulses, Burt, am Daniel Zaugg, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Zaugg, Aigona, were married Saturday, Sept. 10, at St. John's church, Bancroft. R*v. Francis Higgles officiated at the double ring ceremony. Acolytes were Gerald Lynch, Tim Lynch, Gsrald Vaske, and Russell Meake. The girls' choir sang the nuptial high mass. Following the ceremony, Mrs. Ray Forsyth, MaryvUle, Mo., sang, "Ave Maria.." Mrs. Lawrence Govern accompanied her. The bride, given In marralge by her father, wore a gown of traditional styling in candlelight brocade. Her elbow-length bouffant veil was held by a braid of matching brocade. She carried a presentation bouquet of long- stemmed red roses. Matron of honor Mrs. Roger Ulses and bridesmaids, Pattl Erpeldlng, Oelwein, and Alice Lynch, wore matching floor length A-line dresses made by the bride's mother in emerald a»j lime green. Personal attendant, Mrs. Luke McGuire, wore a dress of matching emerald green satin and a corsage of white mum s. Ernest Zaugg, Columbus, Ohio, served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Gene Ulses, brother of the bride, and Larry Zaugg, Rockford, HI. Ushers were brothers Thomas Ulses and James Zaugg. A dinner for eighty was served at the K. C. hall, Algona. Waitresses were Eileen Vaske, Jo Ann Vaske, Diane Vaske, Linda Vaske, Jean Lynch and Mar/ Lou Vaske. Following the dinner a reception for 260 was held In the hall. In charge of the guest book were Mrs. James Zaugg and Mary Margaret Zaugg. Mrs. Dennis Lynch and Mrs. Ben Zaugg cut the wedding cake. Pouring at the reception were godmothers or pal 1 ?) S'JCJ. clairr. shall thereafter be forever barre-i, Date--' t.Ms 20t. v . -lay of S*p- terr.^r, 13C f ,. Ker^eth D. Ar.'ier^gg A'Jrr.lriistratir of saidEstate West Bin-i, Icrwa Wlr,V.el i WirJcel Attorwys for sai'J Administrator Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 27th -lay of September, 1666. (72 t 73) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AXD FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY, NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE INTHE MATTER OF THE ASSIGNMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF CREDITS OF LOUIS N. KELLEY and IDA F. KELLEY, d/b/a Kelley Lumber Company, Kossuth County, Iowa, TO: Creditors of Louis N. Kelley and Ida F. Kelley, d/b/a Kelley Lumber Company, and to whom it may concern: You are each of you are hereby notified that L. W. Nltchals, assignee for the benefit of creditors of Louis N. Kelley and Ida F. Kelley, d/b/a Kelley Lumber Company, proposes to sell the following described real estate belonging to said Louis N. Kelley and Ida F. Kelley, to-wlt : Lot One (1), Block Three (3), Town of Ottosen, Humboldt County, Iowa, to Howard P. Helllckson and Eth«J G. Relli-kscTi, for tf» sen of J500.CC porwart to tsrrr.s cen- tal nti Ir. tf, oif«r to bo? aM an ac'.eprinc*, a cop? of which Is or fli« h«r*ln. You ar* fartts«r notified thai th* Coor! has set a hearing on t*;!» matter to bt h«ld as the CcntrtbooM sr. te* Courtroorr. at Algona, Ic»a, or, the 3J.« day of October, 19M, at 10K» o»- cictk A. M., at which titr.e a.-«l place ?oa jr.ay appear ar,4 nvate a.-.;.- objections which you nay hare to ttj<i propose j sale. You are farther a&tlfl*d that saJi sale 5§ tafcjsc} to th* approval of at Court arrf of these rr.alters you »*oal<5 take aotice ard c^^srn fDarJelrei accori- l.'4l/. /S/ L. W. XltchaU, A5»lrr»« for t>,» beaeflt of creators of Louis X. Keliey ar/J Ida J?. Keller, (J/t/a Kelle? Ltifiiber;>. (72-73) IX THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AXD FOR KOSStTH COUNTY, NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE INTHE MATTER OF THE ASSIGNMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF CREDITS OF LOUIS X. KELLEY AM) IDA F. KELLEY, <J/b/a KELLEY LUMBER COMPAXY, KosratJiCow*)', lo^a. TO: Cre-^iitors of Lo=ls X. Kelle/ a-v! 13a F. Kelley, s/Va Kelley Lumber Company, aad to whom It rr.ay concern : You arrf each of JTJU are hereby ratified that L. W. Nltchals, ass!gr»« for the beoefU of creditors of Louis N. Kelley aad Ida F. Kelley, d/b/a KelJej- Lumber Company, proposes to sell tbe lr^ described real estate to Ixmls N. Kelley ar/d Ida F. Kelley, to-wlt: Lots Ten (16) and Eleven (11), Block Thre« (3), Tcrvn of Ottosen, Humboldt County, Iowa, to V. G. Stnshers tor the sum of 8100.00 pursuant to the terras contained In an offer to buy and an acceptance, a copy of which Is on file herein. You are further notified that the Court has set a hearing on this matter to be held at the Court House In the Courtroom at Algona, Iowa, on the 31st day of October, 1966, at 10:00 o 1 clock A. M. at which time and place you may appear and make any objections which you may have to said proposed sale. You are further notified that said sale is subject to the approval of the Court and of these matters you should take notice and govern yourselves accordingly. /S/ L. W. Nitchals, Assignee for the benefit of creditors of Louis N. Kelley and Ida F. Kelley, d/b/a Kelley Lumber Company. (72-73) MR. FARMER - READ THESE FACTS ABOUT FALL FERTILIZER Facts about Fertilizing in the Fall! What Are the Advantages of Fall Fertilization? • If (iiurti you of more time n*xt spring to get your crop planted early. Each day's delay In planting corn when toll conditions are right can cut yields by one or two bushels per acre. • Reduces soil compaction. Fields are usually drier and firmer in the fall than in the spring. If the soil is compacted In the fall, the damage will be corrected by freezing, thawing, wetting, and drying during the winter. Compaction occurring in the spring may remain through the growing season. • Fertilizer prices are lower in the fall, and your Cargill fertilizer supplier has more time to provide the good service you expect and are entitled to. • Proper fall fertilization speeds up the decomposition of crop residues, turned Into rich humus more rapidly. How about loss of Nutrients? The stalks, roots, and stubble are The University of Minnesota states, "Fall applications of phosphorous and potassium are acceptable on UNFROZEN FIELDS of all soil types." However, they caution against fertilizing STEEPLY SLOPING, FROZEN GROUND where there is danger of the fertilizer being washed off by heavy rains or rapidly melting snow. Plow-Down vs. Disk-In Plowing down fertilizer is more effective than disking it into plowed ground. With plow down, the nutrients are In moist soil where they are available to the growing plant during periods when the topsoil is too dry to supply nutrients. What about Nitrogen? Ammonium nitrogen applied in the fall is held by the soil clay particles and organic matter and cannot move very far until it is nitrified by soil bacteria. How soon nitrification occurs depends mainly upon soil temperature after application. Most agronomists agree that fall applications of nitrogen should be delayed until the soil temperature at 4 inches depth is 50° F. or less. Many farmers apply half of their ammonia needs in the fall to aid decomposition of crop residues. Fall application of nitrogen is not recommended on SANDY SOILS due to the possibility of loss by leaching. Make arrangements now for all your fertilizer needs---using CARGILL Fertilizer! CARGILL INC. SOUTH PHILLIPS STREET ALGONA We read in "Odds and Ends" that Lulu Ringsdorf (87) used the voting machine. She worked for us 35 years and did all plumbing. The odds are 9-5 that she can win the Powderpuff Derby i GRADE "A" TURKEY TENDER, 10. 12 IBS. Ib. WILSON'S THRIFT BACON Ib. GRADE'A' MINCED HAM MONARCH FROZEN* ORANGE JUICE WAGNER'S (ORANGE cans btls. CAMPBELL'S VEGETABLE & BEEF SOUP cans FRANCO-AMERICAN SPAGHETTI WITH GROUND BEEF for Gift Hou«,c •m ^ f * .' ' • ' D 0 U B L E GIFT HOUSE STAMPS THURSDAY • FRIDAY - SATURDAY Des Moines CLEANSER Full Gal. SATHER'S 25 VARIETIES $' HERSHEY DAINTIES MORRELL'S SNACK MONARCH BUTTERMILK PANCAKE MIX 3lb. FIRST LADY ICE CREAM co ,r CHILI CON CARNI "~~ lll ~~ 1 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^B^illSSSSilSSSS^B^I^BSS^BSSSS^lBSBB»BMBSslBSSSSSSSS« VOGEL'S Cardinal Store BURT, IOWA

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