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I fta.) Uppor DM MofoM thurtdoy, July 4, Sfee&er, Titonka, Bride Of Sunday, June 23 tiai selections ceremony and filonka — Altar vases of pink whitr and blue flowers provided the background for the wedding Sunday afternoon, June 23, at 4 p.m. of Mailene R. Sleeker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Telko Sleeker of Titonka, and Norman L. Wagner, son of Mr and Mrs Ben Wagner of DCS Moines. at thi Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka. Rev. B. H. Schvverin, pastor of the church, gave the sermonelte while Rev. John Pannkuk of Garnnvillo. uncle of the bride, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Tierred candelabra lighted the altar while candles on the windows lighted the aisles. Miss Doris Hipp played nup- preceding the the traditional wedding marches for the bridal party. The soloist was LeRoy Bruns. Candle lighters were Edward Wibben, cousin of UK- bride and Charles WetEel of Des Moines, friend of the groom. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor length gown of white imported chantilly lace and nylon net over satin, fashioned with a bodice coming to a deep point at the waist. Her lace sleeves tapered to a point at the wrist, with a sabrina neckline trimmed in pearls and sequins. Her fingertip veil was held in place by tiara efect headpiece, studded with pearls and sequins. She carried a cascade bouquet featuring a white orchid surrounded by lilies of the valley. Her jewelry were pearl earrings and necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. The maid of honor was Judith S»eckcr, a sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Sherry and 'Mary Beth Sleeker, sisters of the bride, and Marilyn Thode ol Waterloo ,a friend. The flower girl was Karen Kay Anderson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Andersen of Janesville, Minn. Jerry Robbins of Des Moines, friend of the groom, was best mnn. Other attendants were Bill Wnpner and Clarence Davidson, brothers of the groom, and Ronald Hflrmeahn, as groomsmen. Edward Wibben and Charles Wetzel of Des Moines. served as ushers. The ringbearer was Tommy Sleeker, brother of the bride. The reception was held immediately after the ceremony in the church parlors with Hy- bridal table decorated in pink and blue. Mrs Harm Wibben of Titonka. and Mrs Harvey Cosper of Des Moines, aunts of the bride and groom, cut and served tho wedding cake. The cake was made by Mrs Florence Reynolds. Mrs Helen pearden of Des Moines and Miss Fran Pannkuk of Mason City, also aunts of tin bride and groom poured. Waitresses at the reception were Vcrlene Mayland, Donna Akkerman. Joyce McGuire, Shirley Arndorfer, Bell Tjnden. Corabell Sleeker. Myrna Norland and Lora Willemssen. Mrs Elmer Ricks was in charge of the guest book. At the gift table were Lorna Tjaden, Geraldine Ullmann and Shirley Tjarks. D o n n ;i Akkerman and Verlene Maylami presided at the punch bowl. Dining room hostesses were Mrs Lowell Bentley and Mrs Gordon Swan while the kitchen committee included Mrs John Johnson, Mrs George Sachau, Mrs Alvin Honken, Mrs Martin Sleeker, Mrs Edward Brandt, Mrs John Wel- housen, Mrs Raymond Spear, Mrs Oscar Norland, Mrs Sylvan Hann, Mrs Lester Callies and Mrs Arthur Rode. The bride and groom left on a trip through Minnesota and niher points novth. The bride i.« 3 gradual*-- oi rh- Titonka high school and graduated from the A.I.B. in Des Moines this May. The groom graduated from East high school in DCS Moines in 1955. He is employed at Thriftway in West Des Moines as produce manager. The couple will live in East Des Moines. the past «ix months. The bridegroom graduated from Buffalo Center high school with the class of 1955 and entered the army Jan. 22. 1957, and was first stationed at Forl Chaffee. Ark. In April he was sent to Fort Gordon, Ga., until his trip to Germany. HOSPITALS June 19 — Mrs Maurice Meyer, Algona, medical: Mrs Ilo Buffington, Woden, girl. 9-10Vi: Mrs Raymond Lavrenz, Burt, girl, 71 l z; Mrs Robert Lemkee, Irvington, girl, 5-7%. June 20 Henry Harms, Jr., West Bend, accident. June 21 — Mrs Gordon Dudding. Bancroft, girl, 7-3'i; W. A. Barry, Algona, medical; Baby Rodney Meyer, Rodman, boarder. June 22 — Ralph Wilhelmi, Minneapolis, medical; Mrs John Lentsch. Algona, girl. 8-103,4. June 23 — Mrs Eugene Arndorfer, Wesley, boy, 8-15; Mrs Anthony Elbert, Algona, boy, 9 man. Algona, maternity; Maty Ann Lickteig, Sexton, medical- Timothy Johnson, Wesley, suftf- ery; Mrs August Berte, Bancroft maternity; Mrs Lillian Sheldoft. Burt, medical. (stillborn). June 24 Debra Hall. Whit- Victor Loebigs, Wesley, Wed 35 Years • Wesley — Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig entertained a group of relatives Sunday at a dinner in honor of their 35th wedding anniversary. Their four v daughters: Sister Giovanni of Milwaukee, Ellen who is attending summer school at St. Mary's Academy in Milwaukee, Mi- and Mrs Kenneth Rasmussen and family, Forest City and Kay at home; also two sons: John Loebig and family and Elry Loebig and family of Britt Also present were ^ev. L. N. Klein, Mr and Mrs Leonard Arndorfer and two children; Vincent Doughan and Steven; Mr and Mrs Elmer Doughan and Audra, all of Wesley; Joe Doughan and family of Sheffield; Mr and Mrs Ray Doughan of Britt. Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Henry Schaffer and family entertained 30 relatives and friends at their home Sunday, June 30th in honor of Mrs Schaffer's parents, Mr and Mrs Ed Fosnaugh of Algona who observed their golden wedding anniversary. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, July 11 instead of July 4th. A large group of relatives and friends will enjoy a picnic at the Everett Ackerson home on July 4th. Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman and their housegnest, Mrs Jim Silbaugh of Long Beach, Calif, returned home Friday from a 5 day fishing and dreaming trip to cold, rainy northern Minnesota. Due to the inclement weather they have no "big" fish stories and they spent some time in St. Paul with the Hilclman daughter several card parties. She will visit relatives at several points before leaving for her home at Long Beach, Calif. Friday guests in the Frimml home were Mrs John Voddicker of Newhall and Mrs Leo Gosman of Thompson, Iowa. , Mrs Jack Bohn and son Danny Of Ames came Thursday and spent several days in the parental, Leo Bleich home. Jack Bohn came Saturday evening. They attended the Studer family reunion at Garner Sunday, returning home that evening. ":'M?.3#nd' Mrs George Vitzthum and Mike, Mr and Mrs Gaylon Vitzthum and family, Mr and Mrs Jack Vitzthum and Mr and Mrs Luke Youngwirth and family joined other sons of the former couple, and their families at a picnic at Lost Island Sunday. Mr and Mrs Emmett Counelley and. family of Sioux Falls visited briefly Sunday with Mrs Connelley's grandmother, Mrs Jennie Luken and her aunt, Mrs Viola Studer. Mr and Mrs N. F. Weber visited their daughter, Margaret Jean, now Mrs Calvin Meineke and family at Jefferson. A son was born to the latter couple Wednesday, June 26. They also have a small son Steven. temorc, tonsileclomy; Richard Hall, Whittemore, T & A; Frank Rosmann, Algona, medical; Robert Krause, Fenton, tonsilectomy; Mrs George Wichtendahl, West Bend, medical; Mrs Ray Goodman, Algona, girl; Mrs Angle Hubbard. Bancroft, medical; Ro- Innd Kollasch, Bancroft, surgery; Phil Kohlhaas, Algona, surgery. June 25 — Mrs Dave Merrv- Portland Twp. Mrs Ray Fitch spent Wednesday ivsiting her sister, Mrs Oeo Johnson. Mrs Fitch and Mrs Johnson atended the Plum Creek Homemakers meeting. Mrs Elliott Skilling of the Algona flowers shop gave a talk on house plants. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks were guests at a picnic supper at the Bill Goetz home at Wesley Sunday evening. ' Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Lowell Jasper and family of Carpenter were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Herbert Nelson home. Mr and Mrs George Hix were Sunday evening supper guests at the Victor Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Otto Reutzel, Darwin and Denisc took their granddaughter Meri Dee Molan to Omaha Sunday to visit her folks, the Orville Molans and her sister, Marva Lee, who has been in a critical condition, for some time.in the hospital at Omaha. One way to avoid losing your shirt, is to keep the sleeves rolled up. 7umsrh. Ells 150.00 Total ..... $43.115.90 I. fnr? Wolfe. Secretary of -the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report, pages 1-23-4-5 is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quarter ending Jane 30. 1957. Inez Wolfe, Secretary. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of July, A.D. 1987. E. J. Gilmore Notary. Council Minutes IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS Algona Community School DUtrlei. Kossulh County I do hereby certify that this report is a truo and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of the board of said district for the quarter ending June 30. 1057. Inez Wolfe, Secretary. Schoolhoui* Fund Balance from Previous Quarter ... _ _ 6031515 Totnl Receipts for Quarter ........ ~~----."--ll~lll~~.~".~.".'.lll'.ma'.l2 Total to Account for ...... . ............. __________ Total of Warrants Drawn During Quarter""""! ........... Balance at End of Quarter ____________ ....... ____ I"1I111~ _ , Central Fund Balance from Previous Quarter . . _ 9058777 T'ltal Rpr-PipK- for Otirrtnr . ___________________ !!!"!"!"" 77ff,?5t'nO ''"" "I '" '• '.'C''."!!! 1 . for _ ....... ._. ... ....... ___ _ _ ~_~I_T_" _'.'.". .......... lWi.6l-7.77 172,308487 108.09fl.49 66,211.76 '••>.U;K- S.)-iH.?K H-.iri for Oo;,r', r -------' Ici-.i'ht . us, J.imlor*', Office)*, etc.. ^roupoi ati.^i- Wsrr.-uiiE l»i.acci — amount __________ „ IS 115 Total Expenditures .............. IU.IAJ Balance at End of Quarter ____ """I!!!!!"!!" .......... Summarized Proceedings Pertaining ~To Financial Matter* and Expenses of This Quarter n , . . , Special Courses Fund Bal. at end of quarter ........ Received in quarter __________ ........ " ......... Total to account for _ ~ Trans, to General Fund ........ ............. T.J2. ncc at end of Quarter ..... ...... LIST OF WARRANTS (except uiarUii Schoolhoute Fund Algona Electric .. S fi27 50 ' 143,713.67 104,256.56 7.731.30 11.000.00 18.731.30 18.250.00 481.30 .. Han lg Bros .Plbg. & Htg'. .7-23.462:37 Pratt Electric _____ 240570 Sande Construction Co. . ..... 61250.61 Security State Bank ___ 1812275 Treasurer-Kossuth Co ...... .". '218.66 TOTAL ------- ...... -$106,096749 General Fund 81.31 838:28 52.83 laaisn 150.85 536.88 38.80 Acme Chemical Co. Activity Fund _-. . Advance Publishing Co Algona Electric Algona Flour & Feed " Algona Implement Co. IIII Algona Ins. Agency Algona Laundry & Dry Cinrs. „ Algona Municipal Utilities 1,86251 Algona Plbg. & Htg. 27.31 American Library Assoc. 200 Ass'n Films _ _ 3630 Becker. H. W. Sporting'Goods 338 Boermari. Fred E. 22460 Bjustrom Furniture 39.00 Blossom Ins. Agency 41400 Bohannon Ins. 845 Botsford Lumber Co."IISl'gs Bowen, Howard R. Brayton. K. L. ... spot ______ Brodhead Garrett 100.00 324.00 4.25 ____ Bureau Audio Visual Inst. "!"! 19063 Bureau Dental Hygiene ..... 2 10 Bureau Ed. Research & Serv. . 234.70 Carver, Del ___________ ......... 15 oo Children's Press _____ 34790 City of Algona .............. ', 2o'oO Northwestern Bell Telephone.- 363.24 Norton, F. S. & Son 34,14 Norton Machine Works 34.53 Olson, Albert 7.50 Olson, Arthur _ 25.00 Panama Carbon Co. 10.79 Paxson Insurance ____________ 560.'i5 Paxton. Frank. Lumber Co. .. 62.75 Perclval Motors ______ „ . . 52.22 Pcripole Products Co. ________ 2.03 Petty Cash _____________________ 249.3!) Postmaster •. ..... _______ ....... 239.80 Post Transfer & Storage ______ 34.63 Pratt Elec. Const. Co. ________ 160.02 Prentice Hall Inc. ____________ 12.08 Proper, Helma _________________ 50.00 Ready Mix Concrete & Lmb. 45.28 Register & Tribune Co. 19.89 Ricklel's Ins. Agency 117.51 Rowe, Clair 19.60 R.qw, Peterson & Co. 1.00 Sawyer, Mary _ 18.20 Schultz Bros. ,. _. 1.50 Science Research Ass'n. 11.70 Scott Foresman & Co. 12.60 Security State Bank 11.700.46 Sefrit, G. W. 111.37 Sefrit, Lilliace 25.00 Shugart, Harold 9.54 Consumers 67 OS Cook's Welders & Supply I!!!" 15:33 Cowan Bldg. Supply 18.54 Culligan Soft Water Service .. 74.00 Demco Library Supplies .. 112.85 Druggists Mutual Ins. 431.66 Educational Record Sales Educators Book Club 11.92 3.61 Filmore County Nursery 21920 Follett Publishing Co. Gene's Radio & Television "III! Titonka Girl Is Bride, June 8, In So. Carolina Titonka The Methodist church in Aikcn, SoiHh Carolina, was the scene for the wedding of Norma Jean Gerdis, daughter of Mr and Mrs Elmer Gerdis of Titonka, and Pvt. Melvin G. Hugo of Fort Gordon, Ga., son of Mr and Mrs John Hugo of Buffalo Center at 3 p.m. Rev J. Wellis performed the single ring ceremony, A wedding dinner was held following the ceremony. Orders were given the groom lo leave for Germany, June 21, and family, the Herman Lyons', and the bride came to TilonkJ Mr and Mrs Alt Studer of where she will wait for arrange- Macon, Mo., and their daughter, Mae of Bell, Calif, came Friday to visit relatives here, Mason City, and Garner and to attend the Studer Ummion . at Garner Sunday, John Froelich and son Wesley of Chicago came Thursday to visit h.is parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Froelich and other relatives over tHe weekend. Froelich and Ricke relatives attended the wedding of Ramona Ricke, daughter ol Mrs Marie Froelich Ricke, aji4 the late Lawrence Rjeke gjatwxjay morning at Williams. The Ed Froelich family of CaJifwois tyiye spent two weeks here. Mr and Mrs POD Lickteig and children ieft Monday for their feojue «jt Gray l*9fite, Minn. Mrs kieHtelg W*4 pMoren had spent two weekj at the rarental, J. P. H*uptnj|i(fl ftfMt John Lickteig feames. • Mrs PfftUJS Yitethum and four lwWpn spent June II Ifce parental George | l+ee Goetz homes. KeJeh and children m, Mir*n. caniv- June r mother, Mi's ¥iola grandmother, " Mrs " J other relatives. reunion ;h ie|t Sunday st the fid With othei at ments to be made for her to go to Germany us soon as possible. The bride is a graduate of Titonka high school with the clas.s of 1956 and worked for the Bankers Life in Des Moines for 0.60 . . _ ----------- ---- 9.65 Golla. Jack ________________ 3550 Guster, Russell C. ____ ..... „ "_ 25.00 Hall-Strahorn _______________ ". 2524 Hansen. Marvel ________ . " 1820 Hays, Mary ------ ........ _____ 2500 Heald. Rachel __________________ 21.88 Hedrick Bros. . ......... ________ 5.83 Helmers, Dick ........ ____ 3700 Herbst Ins. Agency . ........ . 210.30 Hoennann Press _________ ..... 2.23 Hot Lunch Program __________ 18.38 Huntington Lab., Inc. ________ 650.95 Hutchison & Hough _____ 360.20 ' _____ Hutzell's Sch. Off. Supplies Ideal Pictures 12.05 59.00 3.16 la. Employment Sec. Comm 4,152.04 la. Pub. Employees Retir. Syst. 6,418.04 la. Sports Supply 12.44 Irons, p. R. _ 21.38 la. State College J03.14 I.S.E.A. Library Service 5.30 Johnson. Charles •___ 30.85 Johnson Service Co. 19.01 Kent Motor Co. 278.03 Keystone Envelope Co. ___ U6.1J6 Kohlhaas Hardware 19.66 Kossuth Motor Co. __ 31J.48 Kossuth Oil Co 1,445.41 Krafit Music Co 51.87 Laing. Otto B. 200.00 Lenna's Quality Printing 9.68 294 Mai-sli Heating Equip. Co. ~" 20.33 " " 25.00 .. 543.86 Lester Ltd. Mawdsley, Mrs Beverly Metropolitan Supply ' .... 543.86 Midwest Visual Ed. Service 10.98 Miller Lumber Co. 6.13 Morris, Warren ... 18.20 Simon & Schuster Ins. -_. 15.37 Standard Oil Co. 83.93 State Agency — Supplies, Property 6.40 Stomac Motor Express 2.50 Strayer & O'Brien 83.50 Swartz Algona Hardware 9.14 Tandy Leather Co. 11.14 Thompson Distributing Co. 10.00 Thuente Pharmacy 3.49 Treasurer — Kossuth County.. 5,542.35 University of Illinois 3.65 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. 26.50 Vance Music Co 13.77 Van Nostrand, D 18.32 Waffle. O. G. Book Co. v 15.05 Welch. W. M. Mfg. Co. 103.03 Welp McCarten Insurance 52.53 Westllng, Otto _ , 21.00 Wilson, Hattie 114.50 Wiltgen Jewelry ._ 13.00 COtmctL MINUTES Thr Council met in adjourned session June 12. 1857 with Mayor Shierk in the chair, and the following councilmen present: Furst. Elbert. Dreesman Parr.on?. Richardson. Absent — Laird Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. Resolution regarding leasing of Park Area for miniature golf course was passed and adopted. Request of The Chief of Police to send two Policemen to attend a short course to Iowa City, Iowa was granted. Fire Chief request to attend State Fire School at Ames. Iowa was granted. After considerable discussion the Council decided that action should be taken to remedy hazards conditions existing where metal gratings exist in sidewalks. Redecorating of the City Comfort Station was approved. Ten building permits were granted. Twenty cigarette permits were granted. Beer permit was granted to Johnson's Lunch Room. Exchange tires on the Engineer's Truck was approved. Ordinance No. 388 was passed and adopted on the third reading. Ordinance No. 389 was passed and adopted on the third reading. A letter was read to the Council concerning a garage owned by one party and partially located on another party's lot. The Council decided it was not a matter of City Jurisdiction. Following claims were approved. General Government David A. Smith, salary ..-.. 12060 Advance Publishing Co., legal publications 18.78 Elcnnor Glawc, refund 50.00 E. E. Robinson, refund 4.00 HuUoll's, paper cups . 1638 Matt Parrott St Sons Co.. office supplies 4273 Chester H. Schultz, car exp. . 30.00 Street Fund .l,-to '."Oibroolr, s«!prv __ !"7S? •M., | rV;i-..TjfiOi;. .«ald"y .. I (J 'n lilni •-. .1 lV;;n.bf.rl), Kuinry Its'.80 iiV. uioiid \V. Merzen Jr.. salary P8.45 Duiialcl Frew, salary 115.89 Dtrild Skilling, salary 57.14 Iowa State Bank, .withholding tax - _.. 58.10 Collins. Thompson & Willis, Chcv. Panel Truck 925.00 Pratt Electric Co., labor on traf. lights _. 2.00 Alfinna Elec. Co.. labor on sign 1 50 Algona Flour & Feed Co., grass seed 5 i)Q Algona Welding Works, repairs 12 12 Bolslord Lumber Co., materials 34H.fi9 R. J. Funk, mat. 148 Glbbs-Cook Equip. Co., bal. on cat. tractor _ .... 4,6:>5.GO Instrument Repair Ser.. merch. 20.77 Algona Imple. Co.. repairs 6.1.B1 Algona Machine Shop, repairs 4.15 Algona Mun. Utll., frgt. >).28 Arnold Motor Supply, repairs 1.2(i Greenberg Auto Sup'ply. mer. 7.74 Hilton's Super Service, repairs 88.7-1 Kent Motor Co., repairs 47.CH Norton Machine Works, repairs 11.5!) Perclval Motors, repairs 6.85 Armco Drainage & Metal Prod. Inc.. culvert & bands 15U.05 Bituminous Materials Co., pro- mix _ 7SI.BI) Bowen's Superior Explosives Co., broom wire 57.00 Midwest Culvert Inc., culvert bands ;i.fiO City Clerk, advanced cash 3.5U Public Safely Fund Albert Boekelman, salary 203.67 Richard H..Groen. salary 167.15 Ernest W. Hutchison, sal. 163.73 Peter C. Jorgenson, salary 152.20 Kennth J. McBride. salary 13B.!)5 William I. Ankenbauer, salary 137.1)6 James A. Voigt. salary .'. 125.03 Kossuth Motor Co.. police car 1,232.00 Gene's Radio & Tel., radio repairs 2-1.30 Lynn Forshee, radio repair & installation 15.75 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 87.00 Trust & Agency Fund, pension deductions 12.II Ira Kohl, salary _ 20.00 Ira Kohl. exp. 17.6- Hilton's Super Ser.. gas 7.02 Norton Machine Works, grill __ 10.07 Fire Ext. Sales & Serv., recharge ext 7.05 City Clerk, advanced cash ._ 4.20 Algona Fire Co., services 145.01 Sanitation Fund Chester H. Schultz, salary James A. Egli, salary 224.08 148.II5 THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Special Program For July 4th FRANK SINATRA in his first western role . . . "JOHNNY CONCHO" DRIVE JOHN WAYNE JEFFREY -HUNTER in the great Western "THE SEARCHERS" Moxley, Mrs Delia 25.00 National Ass'n. Mfgrs. — National School Pub. Rel. Ass'u Naylor, G. W. 1.50 15.00 S3.1 North Central Pub. Service Co. 496.86 Algona implement Co. a n n o u n c e s . . . NEW LINE of CHAIN SAWS 'TITAN' - a size for ev©ry_purpose e in «n<J Lei Us Show Yoy What "TITAN" 690 Po ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Commercial Street SUNDAY and MONDAY GUNFIRl W lAWLtSS ARIZONA! THUIIDER OVER ARIZONA . NATHBAMA TRUCOLOR NAlURAMA by Consolidated film industries starring „ SKIP HOMEIER . KRISTINE MiUER 6E08M M»QREApr • WAIWCE fORO -PIUS- Color Cartoons Broadway's biggest hit becomes Marilyn's^ best! DON MURRAY ABIHU8 0 Fred Oronbarh, salary ______ S9 65 Reaku* Helmers. Iftbor 37 70 Reiner Helmers, labor _____ 33.83 GeWge Weig. .Tr.. labor ........ 27.22 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 49.60 Botsford Lmbr. Co.. sewer pipe 19.68 Miller Lmbr. Co., materials .. 329.04 Rcndy-MIx Cone. & Lmbr. Co., materials .. ..... .. ......... ___ 69.46 Collins, Thompson & Willis, eng. fees ............... _______ .... 1,694.28 Algona Machine Shop, repairs 18.20 Hall-Strahorn Hdwe.. merch. .. 2.30 Hilton's Super Serv., fuel __.,_ 1.22 Norton Machine Works, repairs 4.30 City Clerk, advanced cash ____ 4.64 fUcteatlon PnAd Howard W. Stephenson. salary..l09.12 Donald J. Cook, salary ...... 44.67 William C. Dewel. salary ______ 26.89 Jackie Vander Waal, salary ____ 13.04 Dorothy D. Stephenson, salary 40.00 Arthur Glaser. salary . ________ 115.30 Chery) Vander Waal, salary ... 17.01 James Duffy, salary .. ..... ___ 13.34 Iowa State Bank, "withholding tsiX ..... __________________ ...... 31.75 20.00 City Clerk, advanced cash __ Algona Municipal Utll., labor & material . ...... .. ..... ________ 10.25 H. J. Cowan, contractor, basket* ball backboards ".. ......... ____ 41.67 1.93 25.95 39.13 39.00 Ky's Champlln Serv, gas Thcrmoita* Co. of Algona, gas . Thompson-Hay ward Chem. Co.. chlorine West Disinfecting Co.. dlUnfect ant Algona Muncipal Swimming Pool, season tickets 25.75 Mervtn Hentges. Installing light bulbs lo.OO Hutzell's, playground equip— 187.32 Debt 8»r«!e* towa State Bank, Interest 400.00 Iowa State Bank, Interest 233.75 Iowa State Bank, Interest 77.50 Alfpotf fund Marvin Wallburg, elec. 34.87 Jake's Auto Se Tractor Repair, attach, mower to tractor 13.13 Pratt Elec. Const., lamps 3.78 Steler Flying Serv.. brush killer and application . 2188 Parking Mai*t fund Raymond J. Krebs. salary 1S1.51 Nancy Sands, salary 76.05 towa State Bank, withholding tax " Trust & Agency Fund, police pension deductions" Trutl ft Afftnet Fund Advance Publ. Co., checks — 29.80 1.69 20.35 Is Your Future Important to You ? Of course . . . and it's important to me, too. Futures are my business. Let me help you plan for financial independence when you reitre. Phone CY 4-4529 State & Thorington Sts. Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY ARNIE J. HICKLEFS PLANTATION BALLROOM Sunday, July 7 HENRY CHARLES Sun., July 14 PON SHAW Fri, July 19 Western & Old Time KGLO TV Dude Ranchers Sunday, July 21 TONY BRADLEY Sunday, July 28 BOBBY LINDEMAN Sunday, Aug. 4 HENRY CHARLES No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 SPECIAL HOLIDAY PROGRAM For The 4th of July (Continuous From 1:00 P.M. the 4th) THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY 6ig Dooblo Hilarious Fun THE BOWERY BOYS in "HOLD THAT HYPNOTIST" . . Fun . . . Fun FRED ASTAIRE - AUDREY HEPBURN in "FUNNY FACE" ALGONA SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY In his TRIGGER-SQUEEZE the Oklahoman held the life and death of a gun-scorched - The Indian girl wanted his love... the killers x 'wanted his lifel -*a---"— T— ji—"*- CINEMASCOPE JE. t-^-SK™* * t ' llm *3r« starring SIGH SNOW06N RICHARD • HARTUNIAN/ Coming NiXT WiONISDAY 's Jean Sebarg in "SAINT JOAN"

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