The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1960 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 22, 1960
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_ Tuesday, Nov. 22, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper DM Molntt-4 *4' PROM THE FILES OF THE ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES NOV. 26, 1940 * « » FREEZING WEATHER, AND COLDER COMING was one of Uic headlines that greeted renders oi tin.- UDM. Lows during the week ranged from 21 to 24, while tlie hif-h- mark was <I8 degrees Nov. 1!!. And it had been cloudy most of tin.' lime. The five day forecast called .tor .unsettled and colder weather. * * * The Silver Gray team bounced Hack into first place in (he bowl- iiiH league at Barry's during the week. Pioneer was second, only our game out of the lop spot and only seven games separated the first eight teams of the 15 team loop. In I he ladies league, Modem Dry Cleaners rested on top, with a 23-4 record, four games ahead o[ the Elk Cleaners team. * * * Robbery of Ihe West, End pool hall was reported to local police. Entrance was gained through a rear window sometime •(luring the night Friday. The loss was small, with a few packages of gum, some candy bars and a few pennies reported stolen. * * * Grid guossers in the area really had a field day in the UDM contest, with no less than 3fi persons picking nil games correctly. How about that? There was one major difference in the 1 contest then, compared to Ihe present one — there were only eight games to pick, and the IflliO contest, as has been true for many years now, had 20 games listed each week. First place went to Curl Pearson, second to Soup Briggs, while Don Abbott was third, Gene Murtagh, fourth. Credit awards and subscriptions to the newspaper went to winners. It was noted in paragraph one of the story that all of the favored teams came through with wins the preceding Saturday. (Did it make the contest easier, Carl). *, • Santa Claus Day, annually the big day for children in the pre- holiclay season in Algonn, w*is coming up Nov. 29. The day's activities were to begin at 10 a.m. with free movies at the Iowa Theater. The Santa Claus parade was set for 1 p.m., complete with sleigh, Iceland ponies, floats, clowns, carollers and grotesque figures. A one hour program of free acts, featuring trained-dogs and ponies was to follow the parade. In addition to the big day, Santa was to appear on Algona's streets each Saturday until Christmas arrived. * * • The season of farm sales and closing out sales got underway with the announcement of two sales coming up. Both were slated for the first week in December and many others undoubtedly would be held during the winter. * » • Here are market prices quoted during the week: heavy butcher hogs topped at $5.40; fat steers and fat yearlings brought $9; I'ggs, 27 cents; cream, 35 cents; hens, 11 cents; ducks, eight cents. The only real rally came in the final category listed — ducks. They usually brought about a nickel. * * • Movies slated to show in Al- gonu during the week included ''Mired Wife", with Rosalind Russell, Brian Aherne and Vir- Rinin Bruce; "Tin Pnn Alley", with Jack .Oakic, John Pnync, Alice Faye and Betty Grnblc; "Little Nellie Kelly", with Judy Garland, George Murphy and Charles Winninger; "Argentine Nights", with the Rilz Brothers and Andrews Sisters; and "City For Conquest", with JnmeF Cagney nnd Ann Sheridan. * • •» This was in Odds and Ends — Those guys peering around the corner at you are the coal dealers and the gents watching you from Ihe other side of the street are overcoat salesmen. (Winter > was arriving) Former Ledyard Man Is Killed By Own Gun Robert Kitchell, 29, formerly of Ledyard, was killed by the accidental discharge of a rifle Wednesday at Babbitt, Minn. He -had been hunting and was handing the rifle to his wife in the car when it discharged. First aifl was adi/iinistered and'he was taken to the hospital in Babbitt where he died. Authorities said the safely catch on the gun was not in place. He is survived by his wife and five children. Mrs Kitchell's parents live at Ledyard. Funeral services were held Saturday in Spooner, Wis., Mr Kit- c hell's former home. 23 New Vehicles Registered Here Twenty-three persons registered new curs and trucks during the past two weeks at the county treasurer's office in the courthouse here. Here are the owners of new vehicles: Chevrolet — Oda Dudding, Bancroft; E. M. Eller, Algona; Ervin Kading, Swea City; International Milling Co., Swea City; Kenneth Krantz, Titonka; Ther- mogas Co. of Algona; T. P. Sheridan, Bancroft; R. D. Blair, Swea City; V. C. Farrow, Buffalo Center; Marlin Hardt, Swea City. Buick — Ralph Campbell, Fenton; Alonzo Gilbert; Sr., Fenton. Mercury — R. L. Doocy, Bancroft; Chris Wallukait, Algona. Dodge — Henry Honsbruch. Algona; T. D. Stark, Algona. Ford — Joan Mueller, Algona; Harold Kuchenreuther, Algona: Allen Blake, LuVerne; Virgil Preston, Armstrong. Chrysler — E. J. Seeney,. Bancroft. Plymouth — Ubbe Meyer, Wesley. . •.<<* Pontiac — L. H. Kleinpcter, Wesley. Swea City Man Passes; Funeral Held Monday Ernest Miller, 91, Swea City, died Friday afternoon at. the Balmer Rest Home in Esthervillc where he had been a resident for the past four years. Funeral services for Mr Miller were held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Barnes Funeral Home at Swea City with Rev. LcRoy Pillman officiating. Interment was in the Lutheran cemetery. 3 Get 4-H Honors Three area 4-H boys were honored at the Rotary meeting, Monday noon, and presented with trophies by-Rotary for their achievements in chosen fields. Receiving awards were Elmer Alt, beef cattle rate of gain, Alan Bode, dairy award, and Jerry Raney, swine ward. Herman Hauberg made the presentations. Make-up to Beduty^Course We carry Dermetict Keyboard Make-up. Our Beauty expert will help you to selecc the most flattering new fashion make-up and show you how 10 use it with skill and ease. Look Lovelier than ever before ... Make-up in Moments... the new perfection finish for every beauty appointment—in moments a personal fashion make-up—to flatter you and compliment your new coiffure. Call today. State Beauty Salon June Simpson CY 4.3127 C-O-U-NT DOWN-'til Christmas SMflSS OH HI FRIDAY, NOV. 25 IS SANTA CLAUS DAY IN ALGONA HEY K I D S ... Be Sure And Bring Mom & Dad... Santa Claus Day Marks The Beginning Of Christma; Shopping In ALGONA STORES! Old Santa Sent Word Ahead From The North Pole ... He Wants To See All You Children In Algona, Friday The 25th. He Will Talk To You, In Person, And Take Your Letters Back With Him ! ! x FREE MOVIES All Children are invited to attend the FREE Movies, courtesy of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, at the Algona Theatre. The feature, "The Court Jester" starring DANNY KAY - will be shown, beginning at 1 and 3 p.m. See The Christmas Street Decorations — The Exciting window and interior decorations — Big selections await you in the Algona Stores. Solve your gift problems and save money with the "Out Of This World" collection of value priced gifts. Wise Christmas-Shoppers will find Helpful Clerks! Plenty of FREE PARKING ! Low Prices! Big Selections! Save Travel Time — Shop In Algona. FREE CANDY Santa will pass out 2,500 big bags of candy to all you kids who gather at his house on the southeast corner of the courthouse, shortly after his arrival in Algona. He will arrive at 1:30 on the fire truck, so be sure and be there at 1:30 to greet him ! Universal Mfg. Co. Percival Motors Schulls Bros. Garage 81 Oil Station Taylor Implement Co. Ernie Williams — John Deere North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. Beecher Lane Appliance North Central Public Service Co. Kent Motor Co. Kossuth Motor Co. Algona Laundry it Dry Cleaners Cutlen Hardware Lindsay Soft Water of Algona Hawkeye Bowling Lanes Dau Garage fc Body Shop This Message Brought To You By The Following Civic Minded irms Coast-to-Coasl Store Rusk Drugs-Jewelry Christencen's Buscher Bros Implement Hutiell Office & School Supply Post Transfer It Storage Algona Hotel Reding't Davis Paints Zender's Gamble Store J. C. Penney Co. Honsbruch Drug Algona Insurance Agency Blossom Insurance Agency Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. Poster Furniture Co. Irons Heating & Plumbing L. S. Muckey Plumbing & Jack's O. K. Tire Service Kirk's Shoe Store Kossuih Radio & Electric Fowler s of Iowa Security State Bank Iowa State Bank Read's Furniture Leuthold-WUliama (The Hub Clothiers) Siruecker Conoco Service . Algona Theatre Co. The Chrischilles Store Shuts Brownbilt Shoe Store Algona Refrigeration l Frederick Hardware Algona Implement Co. Joe Bradley Equipment Algona Greenhouses Modern Dry Cleaners Sharp's Jewelry Isaacson Studio Thermogas Co. Of Algona BoJsford Lumber Co. Carson s for Color Hopkins Super Service Algona Flour & Feed Viking Oil Co. Graham's North Iowa Appliance Center Jaco Variety Ready-Mix Concrete & Lumber Wiltgen Jewelers Hood's Super Valu Kelley Lumber Co. Donovan Specialty Shop Smoke Shop Waldron's Cafe Sherwin-Williams Paints ' Funk Plumbing it Heating Algona Plumbing & Heating Bjustrom Furniture Co. Algona Produce Co. a&£.*i2^^

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