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8-Algofia (la.) Upper Pe* Maine* Tuesday, October 9, 1962 Amateur Entertainers Of County To Have Contest The Kossulh County Farm Bu reau Women are again sponsoring a Rural Amateur Variety Entertainment (RAVE) contest in Kos uth County. The purpose of this event is to encourage members of Farm Bu reau families to make better use of local entertainers; to encourage participation in wholesome enter tainment; and to recognize outstanding acts by giving contestants a chance to participate at local, district and state farm Bureau meetings. Contestants must be amateurs. Any person whose principal income and livelihood is a result of his entertainment ability is considered a professional and not eligible to compete. Secondly, contestants must be members of Farm Bureau families (all ages, married or unmarried). At least 75 percent of any entertainment group of four or more must be Farm Bureau members. Piano accompaniment is not included in a vocal act; however, piano is considered a part of an instrumental act. Each act should be one of the following: . Vocal — Solo, duet, trio, quartet and small groups. 2. Instrumental — One or more instruments, including novelty a well as conventional types. 3. Dancing — Acrobatic, tap toe, square and folk. 4. Skits, talks, pantomimes impersonations, educational o humorous, but entertaining. Each act is limited to 6 minutes or less Pat Schneider Of Algona Is Engaged To Wed divorce from Agnes Eielske Judge Richard Cooper. Marcella Jones, plaintiff, seeking a divorce from Wayn Jones, defendant. They were mar ried at Bethany, Mo. Aug. 27, 1936 The plaintiff charges cruel and in human treatment, asks temporary alimony and that personal pro perty be awarded to her. If you, or anyone you know, is interested in competing, please contact the Farm Bureau Office in Algona by October 26. 13 New Trucks, Cars Sold In Past Two Weeks A total of 13 new cars and trucks were registered at the county treasurer's office during the past two weeks. Owners of the vehicles are: Chevrolet — R. W. Laabs, Lone Rock; R. W. or Marie Hardcopf, LuVerne; Henry Greenfield, Lakota; and V. G. or Vera Fitch, Titonka. Ford — Carl Johnson, Lakota; Mor-Gro, Inc., Algona; Imelda .Engesser, Algona; and Bennie or Elly Eden, Wesley. International — Howard Klinksiek, Lakota; and Ready-Mix Concrete and Lbr. Co., Algona (2). Triumph — M. G. Bourne, Algona. Rambler — G. F. or Beryl Soderberg, Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider. Al gona, announce the engagemen and approaching marriage of thei daughter. Pat, shown above , Charles Hartwig, son of Mr anc Mrs Oscar Hartwig, Kanawha The wedding is planned for Nov 18 at Trinity Lutheran church Algona. Miss Schneider is employed at Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt law firm. (UDM Engraving) Car, Cow Collide Near LuVerne Jerry L. Schnetzer. 19, RFD 1. juVerne, escaped injury Friday light when his car hit a cow on a )lacktop road two miles east of ..uVerne. Highway Patrolman D. VV. Human, Humboldt, who investigated, reports damage to the car — and property damage to the cow. Two Divorces Granted Here, District Court Two divorces were granted and another tiled for in district court here during the week. Judge G. W. Stillman granted a divorce to Patricia V. Hackney from Albert E. Hackney. The plaintiff was awarded custody of two minor children and $150 per month support for the children. Paul E. Zielske was granted a Algonan Fined $25 Here For Intoxication An Algona man, Donald Preu- schl, wus fined $215 and costs in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court here this week following a preliminary hearing of a charge of intoxication. In other court action, Gerald Christiansen and Roland Bonnstct- tor. both of West Bend, were fined S16 each for littering a highway; Tim Viponcl, $11, careless driving; Ralph Lensing, Bancroft, $10, and Lynn Feddersen, Fenton, $20. peeding; Bill Hill and Richard Lallier, Algona, $5 each, mufflers. Seiver Larson, Sioux City. $10. stop sign; Michael Gilbert, Algona, $10, failing to have control: Charles Moritz. Rudd, $10, speeding, and $5, failing to appear; Ernest Bloemendaal, Spencer, $6. and David Seiler, Algona, So, expired driver's license. Court costs were assessed in addition to fines. Bright Thing In Sky !§ Sun! For the first time in almost a week, no rainfall was registered I at the official weather station here Tuesday morning. A total of .82 of an inch of rain had been measured during the preceding five days, with .29 falling Sunday. High temperature reading dur- ng the period was 66 degrees Monday, while the low, 42 degrees, was chalked up Friday, -lere is the week's record: ago when they retired and move into Buffalo Center. They are th parents of nine children, ttarolc and Delbert of Ledyard, John Blue Earth, lona, Mrs Alvin Rich ardson of Swea City, Donald Ringsted, Vivian, Mrs Keith Me Dermott of Delavan, Minn, and Pearl, Mrs Frank Lillyard of Los Angeles, Cal. who were in attend ance at the observance, and Mel vin. in the air force at Goose Bay Labrador, and Lillian, Mrs E. J Hamline of Eua Gallic, Fla., who were unable to be present. The Wentworths have 30 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren. Mrs Wentworth's father, John amping, 85, of Buffalo Center, vas an honored guest at the open house. The large anniversary cake was baked and decorated by their dau- hter, Mrs Richardson. Mrs Ubbe Vinters of Buffalo Center, presid- d at the coffee service, Mrs Rich- irdson cut and served the cake, Irs McDermott registered the uests and Harold Wentworth wag ining room host. Accidents Hurt 2 Members Of Buil Family Burt — Accidents causing serious injury struck twice in that many days in a Burt family this past week. On Sunday, George Manus nearly severed the end of the middle finger of his left hand when it came in contact with a power sander-jointer while working in the basement of his home. On Tuesday evening, the Manns' granddaughter, Lori, fell from Clark, well-known auctioneer an farmer of Ceylon, Mlftn. ( reoen ly purchased the controlling intei est in the bank from W. E. Wie mer. State Attorney Slates Visit At Local Rotary Evan Hultman, Iowa's attorney general, will be featured speake at the regular meeting of the Al gona Rotary club here Monda; noon, Oct. 15. Hultman is slated to speak on he duties of the attorney general Dr. L. I. Strohman is program ;hairman for the meeting. Oct. 4 Oct. 5 Oct. 6 Oct. 7 Oct. 8 Oct. 9 II ..61 .62 ..58 65 .66 51 42 48 54 54 48 R .14 .01 .11 .29 .27 Homecoming At AHS To Begin With A Parade Algona high school's Homecoming activities will begin Thursday night at 7 p.m. with a pep rally. Features will be the faculty skit, the snake dance, and a bonfire. The Homecoming parade will begin at 3:30 Friday afternoon. The crowning of the Queen and the announcement of float winners will begin at 7:30 at the new field. The high school band will give a special performance between halves. After the game, the annual Homecoming dance will be held in the gym. All alumni are welcome 41 to the dance or to meet in the home economics room. The music i». will again be furnished by an < > alumni band. a kitchen chair in her home breaking her left arm just above the wrist. Lori, l>-j, is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Larry Manus. Wesley School Is Visited By SCI Professor A scientist from State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, visited the Wesley school building Oct. 4 as part of the Iowa Visiting Scientist Program, which is headquartered at the State University of Iowa in Iowa City. In announcing the scientist's visit, SUI Professor T. R. Porter, director of the statewide program', Wool Growers Vote Deductions Preliminary results of the recent wool producers' referendum how that producers favor the con- inuation of deductions from wool layments, Richard A. Anderson, :hairman, Agricultural tSabiliza- ion and Conservation County Committee, announced today. The eductions are to be used to promoting wool and lamb. Producers owning 17,420,935 sheep voted for (91 percent and producers owning 1,720,104 sheep voted against (9 percent). On the basis of individual producer voting, the preliminary tabulation shows 86,239 producers voted for (87.7 per cent) and 12,117 voted against (12.3 percent. Additions To University Lists Among those missed last week unintentionally, who are attending colleges this fall are the following: Creighton University — Tim Lickteig, Bill Higgins and Dwight Garman. St. Catherine's, St. Paul — Tber- ese and Mary Ann Bradley. St. Mary's, Omaha — Judy Murphy. said that Dr. McCollum" wlio the head of the department science at State College of Iowa, gave local students and teachers accurate and up-to-date scientific knowledge which is fundamental F6'r today's citizen. ' COMBINE CANVAS LeRoy's Now Open For Business Bring all of the worn-out fool- wear in your family to us now for expert repairs at Savings ! LeRoy's Opcrati-d by I., r. Nichols Kast of Courthouse North of Sec. St. Bank Algona C.D.A. Is Planning Oct. 15 Party The regular meeting of Court St. Cecelia's will be held Thursday night, Oct. 11. The heads of birthday circles will meet at 6:30 p.m., heads of the circles will meet in preparation for the Oct. 27 workshop and the November circle will also meet. A bake sale will be held Oct. 19 at Hood's. A party will be held Oct. 15 for all ladies of the parish. This will be an opportunity for new members to become better acquainted, and also for any of the ladies of the parish to become familiar with the work and aims of C.D.A. Reservations may be made with Mrs I Kichard Reynolds, Mrs Jerry Thu- Ledyard — Mr and Mrs Ray i c ' nte ' Mrs Doris McEvoy" or Mrs Wenuujrth of Buffalo Center were j Alicu Dole honored Sunday afternoon when some 150 guests attended the open house tor them on their 45th wedding anniversary, sponsored their children at the Methodist : Wentworths Of ; Ledyard Feted, 45 Years h chun h in Ledyard 'Ihe former IX-na Lamping of Buffalo Center and Hay Wentworth v.ere married Oc't 3 and .farmed at I.e'Kard until a years Take With these crisp Autumn days comes the tang of refreshing breezes against your cheek-but is your hair-do ready for such brisk weather? Let us give added body and new beauty to your hair. MONDAY SPECIAL 6.95 OPEN MONDAYS THROUGH SATURDAY CALL CY 4-3477 FOR APPOINTMENTS Regular $10 Permanent SHEAKLEYS BEAUTY SALON Bank Employees Grant — Mr and Mrs Leon McCoy, who have farmed in Grant twp. for the past 10 years, have accepted positions in the Ledyard bank. Mrs McCoy is a teller and Mr McCoy is in charge of the Insurance Dept. Marvel Halverson is manager of the bank. Clair Hememakers fn Plum Creek Are Tea Hosts The September meeting of the Plum Creek Homemakers Club was held at the Community room. This was an organizational tea and hostesses were Mrs. Emma Paetz, Mrs. Lyle Davis, Mrs. Martha Drager, and Mrs. Stanley Gardner. Mrs. Wm. Paetz gave inspiration. Officers re-elected were: chairman, Mrs. Ronald Gardner, vice chairman, Mrs. Hollis Benschoter, secretary, Mrs. Floyd Bode, and treasurer, Mrs. Mike Schmit. Special chairmen appointed were Mrs. Glen Gabrielson, and Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr. County chairman, Mrs. Walter Campney explained Farm Bureau goals and next year's Women's program. She also announced the bus tour to Sioflx City, Oct. 23 and urged early reservations. The meeting closed with group singing led by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., music chairman. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Gerald Garman. forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Al* gona, across from new Municipal parking lot. Algona. CLIFF'S Sign Shop ALGONA Will Be Closed October 13 to 25 YOU CAN'T SELL GOODS .... FROM AN EMPTY WAGON Algona Girl Scout Leaders Taking Course Girl Scout leaders of Algona and surrounding towns are attending a Basic Leader Training Course, set up by the North Iowa Girl Scout Council from Mason City. The Leaders meet on Wednesday each week for 5 weeks — the dates are October 3, 10, 17, 31 and Nov. until 7 from 9:30 3 each day. to 11:30 and The course is taught by Mrs. Marge Fuller of Clear Lake, District Supervisor for the Council. On Nov. 5, the Christmas Craft Workshop will be held for all Scout leaders — from 7:30 to 9:30 at the Bryant school music room. FILING CABINETS, 2. 3, 4 drawer, also combination filing-storage cabinets in variety of sizes. Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 8158 September Term. 1962 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Robert F. Donovan. Deceased, dated December 17. 1U5G, and codicil attached thereto dated March 10. 1962. having been this day tiled, opened and read, Saturday the 20th day of October. 1902, 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 Interested 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 Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona. Iowa. October 8. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. Elizabeth Galbraith Deputy Llnnan. Lynch & Straub, Attorneys Algona, Iowa (40) REPORT OF CONDITION OF IOWA STATE BANK of "Iowa SlaU Bank" o* Algona Konuth County, Iowa, a member ol th* Federal Reserve System, at I he clou oi builneM on Sept, 21. 19(2, pubUihed In accordance with a call made by Iho Federal Reterve Bank oi IhU district pur- luanl to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act. ASSETS 1 ( .IM: balances with other banks and cash items In process oi iulltclii,,. 2.029,063.87 2 1 'nitcd States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed -. 1,325,718.75 :. OMig-itions of Stales and political subdivisions 521,338.72 5 ' o'i<"r;iii; stocks iincluding S'J.OOO 00 stock of Federal K.-seivc Bank. ... 9,000.00 (i Loans and discounts i including 190-1.67 overdrafts! 2,324,231.70 7 Bank premises ov.tied $35,655.52. furniture and fixtures $42.363.59 128,019.11 TOTAL ASSETS 6.338,272.15 13 Demand df posits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations 4.340,345.16 H Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships and coiporallons .. .„.. 364.578.37 1.1 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 165,425.97 lu Deposits of States and political subdivisions . 790,440.21 17 Deposits nl banks . . - 57,224.03 18 Oilier deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) 6.114.05 19 TOTAL DEPOSITS 15,724.128.69 (ai Total demand deposits" $5.359.550.32 (b) Total time deposits I * 364.578.37 TOTAL LIABILITIES - 5.724.128.69 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25 (.apilal: (ai Common stock total par value $150,000.00 ?'i Surplus f 27 Undivided prollU -'-'-.'-.'.'.'.'..'.".'".'.'."-'-2!) 30. 150.000.00 150.000.00 314.143.46 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 614.143.46 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 6.338.272.15 31 Assets pledged or assigned to sc-cure liabilities and for other pur-puses _ 250,000.00 I A F Agcna, President, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that iliYi'V'' 1 '"'"" 1 ° f tundllion is Uue a »d correct to the best ol my knowledge and A F. Agena, President v\e the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by US and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. F L McMahon, Hugh Baney j H J Cowan £• *• Linnan ) Directors H. L. GUmore. i- C. Mawdsley ) [ [ I In order to do business in this modern age of merchandising, you have to have goods — and plenty of them. THE CHRISCHILLES STORE has always been noted for carrying large and well assorted stocks of wanted merchandise. The choice is always varied here. That is one reason for the continued success of THE CHRISCHILLES STORE. You'll find the same variety of just what you're looking for, at this store. Come in and let us prove this to your satisfaction. This is a good time. Do it NOW. f TTwraf t if Chrischill IT es ra. Where QUALITY is a tradition. CHECK THIS AD AGAIN! WHAT HAVE YOU MISSED? 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