The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1959
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4-Algona (!d.) Upper De* Main** Thumlay, Nt». 26, 1959 Mli.Tturl*. fcetnard Dilley, formerly at Qraham's De- eartment store here from 1955 to 1.956, ".Was i« Algeria last week to fill in for Brail Wright while Brail attended the annual manager's convention at Ottumwa. Bernard, Who has since been working at Graham's Maquoketa store, was enroute to the new Graham's store at Sheldon. Iowa where he will stay on a full time basis. Meantime, Brail himself has joined several other Graham's managers in Sheldon to assist in getting the new store ready for its dpening. He will return this weekend. ^ * * Stale Street merchants report lhal retail traffic was excellent during the Washington's Birthday Honest Value Days promotion last Friday and Saturday. Good traffic Friday, despite very cold weather, climaxed in a steady stream of shoppers on Saturday as the weather turned mild. ^ ^ If you have been in Read's Furniture store during ihe past week you will have noticed that the carpet department is now where the office used lo be. The office was relocated in the rear of the store recently and is not visible frorh the sales floor. Mrs Head reports that the new arrangement, with its relative peace and quiet, provides a much better atmosphere for her bookkeeping chores. ^ Ex-Mayor Of Ledyard Dies Don Hemmingsen, owner-operator of the local Culligan Soft Water Service, is this year's winrtef of the Toastmaster's Club annual speech contest and will compete for the Algonarclub in the District Contest to be held at Charles City, la. on March 1st. Hem* mingsen won the honor over fellow finalists Irving "Pudge" Miller, Dr. D. D. Arnold, Byron Richardson, and-Jerry Metcalf. Dale Cole and Corwin Peer of the Farmers Elevator were exasperated but relieved Monday evening when "smoke" seen coming trom the top of one of the elevator's storage bins turned out to be snow blowing off the top of the'elevator. "The optical illusion was aided by the red light atop the structure. Dick Phillips will join twenty-five other managers in Des Moines this Saturday for the annual Central States Theatres Drive- In Managers convention. ' ' ' * - »' r ] ? j was,struck from the rear by ah auto driven by Robert K. Logan, 23, Spencer, about five miles €fast of Algeria on highway 18 at 7;50 a.m. Monday. Damage was estimated at $200 to the auto and $15 to the truck by Deputy Don Wood who investigated. Dne-lane traffic due to a huge snowdrift'was partially, to blame 4 Minor Motor Mishaps Locally Four minor accidents were investigated in this immediate area during the weekend. Snow and ice again proved ,to be the big driving problem. ;'-•'" Tuesday • morning a city end loader, assisting with ;snow Removal in front-of the post *pffice and driven by Raymond Metzen, Jr., collided with an auto.; driven by Charles MeVay .of Algona. The left rear fender of the McVay auto was badly crumpled but nq estimate of damage was "made. Autos driven by :Wayne Arndorfer, Algona, and 'William pixion, Paton, collided at the intersection of State arid Phillips streets at 8 p.m. Monday. Both drivers were backing ,out o: parking spots at the time of the crash and $150 damage i-esultec •to the vehicles. '••: "; -•• •'«! , Vincent Wilson, 45, -Whittemore, was driver of a truck owned by the Tri-County Coop which Funeral services for George D. MacKinnon, 40, former Ledyard mayor, were held Tuesday at the Evangelical and Reformed church tn Ledyard, the Rev, Victor Vriel- sen officiating. MacKinnon died Saturday in the Veterans hospital in Des Moines, He had been in and out of the hospital several times since his discharge from the service about 10 years ago. He was born June 2, 1918, in Medford, Mass. In 1048 he married Wilma Busch of Ledyard, He traveled to her home after their marriage and reportedly liked it so well he began farming here. The farmed for six years. The last four years they have been living in town wherti he drove a school bus. MacKinnon had been in ill health, reportedly as a result bf his experience in the Pacific during World War II. He Was with the First Marine Division in battles on Okinawa and Iwo Jima. He received a medical discharge in 1948. ", •" llt . He was.Ledyard mayor until he resigned to go into the hospital about a year ago. MacKinnon also was. commander of the local Legion post for three years. Survivors include his widow, a daughter Nancy, 10, two brothers' and a sister in Massachusetts; 2 Face O.M.VJ. Charges Here 'Two men, George Bell, Env" metsburg, and Roy A. Hansen, Sexton, were bound over to district court following preliminary hearings in Mayor C. C. Sftierk's cotirtHhis week, on OMVI; counts. Soth cases were continued earlier this month. / '' '• Bell's bond ;was set at $1,000 and Hansen's bond was set at $500 and in each case the amount was-furnished. The charge against Bell is a third offense. In another mayor's court case, Richard S. Johnson, Algona, paid $5 -and costs for careless driving. ers, Michael, Gregory «ftd 4s grandparents. Mr a.« u «u» Otto Haack and Mrs Gladys flfi- Pue, all of Cylinder. ; * Now Car Sales f Booming; 53 In Kossuth Sales of new cars and trttcks to Kossuth county residents continued at a good'pace during the past two weeks, with 53 new vehicles registered at the county treasurer's office. Owners of new vehicles ere: Chevrolet — J. C. Newlin, Armstrong, truck; Donnelle Dflvere-* aux, Wesley;. W. D. or Barbara Detrick, Algona j -D. R. • Mitchell, Burt; W. L. Bernha'rd, Bancroft; R. L. and Elsie Janssen, Lakotij E. L. Sheldahl, Lakota} Whitte* more Coop Eleyator, truck; R, D, Thompson, Lajtota, truck; R. A. Brandt, Titonka, pickup;, E. J Streit, Whittemore; R. C. and Gladys Betts, Whittemore; G. H'.' Carman, Algona; Rev. LaVerne Meinecke, Lakota; D. F. Fischer, Lone Rock; Chris or Beulah Dahl, Fenton; M. H: Alexander., Algona; Mary K. or Hugh Duffy, Whittemore; Elbert •Chevrolet* Whittemore; A. R. Becker, Bod& J. N. Kenefick, Algona; and E, J. Sleper, Titonka. , •,, } «•> •» ,w-* Internaiinal — E. ! J. VoUeletj Fenton, pickup; Ralph Bauer and Whttemore Implement. Buick — J. D. Murray,, Ban-, croft; J. A. or Thelma . Collins,' Swea City; and E. C. Wittkopf, Algona. • . ' r olds — J. M. Rooney, Algonaj, C. J. Schmidt, pttosen; X3? Li Bailey, Fenton; M. T, Mc(3uirev&! Co., Algona;:; JV T.McGiure, 5 •Algona; and J. M/ Mergen, Algona 1 . for,the mishap. "A.t ,2 "a.m. the same day, autos driven* by Charles Gunder, Algona, and DwighUSeaberg, .Wesley, collided on ' the, hill neai the Chrome' Service station-, on highway 169 north', of Algona. Gunder's auto cbuldnl.t make it up the hill so he backed down for another attempt.; In so doing, his vehicle struck the Seaberg machine. The Gunder auto was a total loss and $100 damage resulted to the Seaberg vehicle. There were no personal injuries reported, following any of the rru'shaps. St. Benedict Tot Burial Feb. 25 ,, Griveside rites for John Eugene —- - .,.—, T - y , • , >, ™ •Haack,' four day old son of -Mr Ricti^ 1 Reilmg, Wesley; -and C. F. pegoio — R t R.'- ; Sjogren, gona. •' : ' Ford — G; G; Olthoff, Lakota; O. P. Curry, LuVerne; D. D. Logemann, Swea City; G. D. Leek, Wesley; Ira F. or Gertrude Tatro, Burt; G. F.' Reding, Ottosen; C. L. Fitch, Algoha; and 'Roland or Christina Baxter, Lone Rock.; Plymouth— L. L. Beckley, Fenton; W. F. Schneider, Algona; R. L. Buscher, Algona; , D. J. Downs, Algona; and J. L. Hacker, Swea City. * , Cadillac — Mrs 'Gertrude Schissel, Lakota.' ''-'. Edsel — Pratt'Electnc, Algona; "^'Lighting the way of W6n to betterment ^s the finest proCcs sion known. and Mrs Bernard E. Haack, St. Benedict, were -'held Wednesday afternoon at the- cemetery at Cylinder with Rev. Percy C'arlsson of the Evangelical Free church at Wesley officiating. The Blake Funeral Home of Wesley was in char-ge of arrangements. The infant died in the Britt hospital Tuesday morning. He was:bora,at,Britt Feb.' 20. ' Surviving, besides his parents, who farm 'north 6f St. Benedict, are four sisters, Sandra, Linda, Cheryl and Marsha; three brbth- Beenken; Wesley. Triumph — R. C. Johnson, Sw Pontiac — J. J. Schneider, ^ gona: BULLS. O. Knudson, a well-knoi, member ,,of the Iowa Here'fo Breeders 'Association, was gor by a bull recently- Lwhile atter ing a sale at the Sioux C Stock Yards. Ten stitches we required to close a wound. in 1 , -. • ,-' •" .' .- ' -,-•'• i" -'••.. v leg... ;.•--.•;•;-.:.•-...-,-.- ALGONA FLOUR & FEED'S MATHIESON »'M"1'M M' !' COFFEE and DOUGHNUTS SERVED H ^4^ W .4^ +WH ,4^4.4.^ W ^ H ^^^4.^4. W ^^ + 4.M.4^4..HH-H'+^ ^H"H~H"J"l' Come and Find Out More About Water Solubility of Phosphorus Hear Jerry 'Popular Radio & Recording Star' Learn More About ,7'Il'ji 1C ^^v.^- tf* M, M ' ^^ '' 'i • K•• •• Starter Fertilizers IIWIWWIVWJWWWA^ HEAR DR. CAMPBELL... -Dr, Campbell of the Olin Mathie»on Chemical Corporation plant food division Will conduct the meeting and answer all questions in a. period after the meeting. He is a noted specialist in his field and his remarks ihould prove interesting, Be fyre to attend and tell yowr* friends. ' J * '• In Person As a special entertainment feature, Jerry Smith, the popular radio and recording star who is sponsored weekly on KL GA by the Algona Flour & Feed firm, will appear. - Bring the entire family and hear Jerry sing his latest hit recordings and many other favorites, old and new. 'i* • f A A S/"f*{, !" i !< ' It/'. Extra Lean 12 to 14 Lb. ' PORK LOINS Vt Or Whole, Cot ! ' ^ and Wrapped for Your Locker i *, ' ' • i Tenderloin End " >'• PORK ROASTS Or CHOPS Ib. Xj ,-t «, ,[ jS'jj V.','s ( ' i "" .Alt'MEAT - , " -.:[.,, .,.„,<-., ,v, HORWEL'S MINCED .. Lb. 39c M$9H;eRbu.Np'.,,,v ,..;„.,^......;...,- ", ; HAM LOAF ;MIXV.,.:Lb.65c I .* ' ' 1 - - , • ! , HORMEL'S DAIRY SLAB BACON % Or Whole Slab Lb. 49c GOOD SELECTION.OF Oil ADTCDC ; C . u * and; Wrapped For Your Locker UUAKI CBO At No Extra Charger f> * . >• * r • ** f. f » Morrell's Ready-To-Eat iPICNICS 4to6Lbs. SCOTT'S WALDORF TOILET TISUE 12 ROLLS $1.00 PEANUT BUTTER Jack Sprat ' 12 Oz. 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