The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1959 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1959
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Ready Program For '59 Charity Bali, Tuesday Algonans are getting out their best bibs and tuckers in preparation for the annual Charity Ball, next Tuesday evening, March 31, in the high school building. Committees appointed by Burl Harmes, chairman and Roy Hutzell, co-chairman are busy with last minute arrangements. The co-chairmen of the decorating committee, Don Nelson and Jack Evans, have selected "Welcome Sweet Springtime", as the 1959 theme. The program will be held al 10:30 instead of preceding the dancing as in other years. Dancing will start at 9 o'clock and continue after the program. Dr. R. K. Richardson and Jerry Metcalf, co-chairmen have lined up what promises to be a mosl interesting program. A choral group of twelve girls from the Algona high school, under the direction of Willard Snustad will be featured, there will be vocal duets by Willard Snustad and Ruth Metcalfj and Kim Jin Ho Deal will sing several numbers Phil Diamond will be master ol ceremonies. "Highlight of the evening and an innovation this year, will be the presentation of •the awards t(. a man and a woman, identities as yet unknown, who have made outstanding contributions to community life. Nominations are bj ballot.. Dean Parrott will make the presentation. Other selection committee members arc Joe Lowe and Helmuth Miller. Money raised by donation goes to Algona Charities, Inc. Uninjured In 2-Car Pileup LOCALS Mrs Olga Jordon spent Wednesday at Sibley with relatives and friends. Mrs DeMaude Lalhrop was visited Monday by her sister, Mrs Julius Johnson and Elizabeth ferry of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Shirley will have as Easter guests their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Don Shirley, of Sioux City. Paula Gerike, a student al Valparaiso, Ind., will spent the Easier holiday week with her parents Rev. and Mrs Gerike. Mr and Mrs Warren Bowman and their son and daughter-in- law Mr and Mrs Ed Bowman spent the weekend at Lennox. Mr and Mrs Ben Potter plan lo spend from Friday till Monday at Kandiyohi, Minn, with theii son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Dick Potter. Mr and Mrs Arl Burris plan to go to Bradgate, Easter Sunday, and will be with the former'; brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Virgil Burris. Mr and Mrs W. C. McDougall will have as Easter weekend "uests their son and daughter-in- law Mr and Mrs Bob McOougall j and children of Manesha, Wiss. Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallier will have as dinner guests Easter Sunday Mr and Mrs Leo Lalliei'. of Clear Lake,-Mr and Mrs Earl Bowman and Mrs Elixa Angle. Mr and Mrs Max Bartholomen ] will have as dinner guests Sunday the parents Mr and Mrs Mauric Bartholomew, and Mr and Mrs William Peterson, and Mr and Mrs Gary Hoover and Julie, of Tilnnka. Mr and Mrs Harold Miller will be visited over the Easter weekend by their daughter Shirley who is employed in Minneapolis with -Mutual of Omaha and their son "Chuck" who attends junior college at Mason City. Mrs L. J. Cassel is a surgical patient at Park Hospital, Mason City, for corrective treatment of a disc ailment. She is recovering Mr and Mrs plan to have daughter-in-law Don' Christ ensen their Mr son and and Mrs Larry Christensen, ui Mason City, as Easter Sunday guesijs. 'The junior Mrs Christensen is spending the week at Bode with her parents Mr and Mrs Leonard Schmidt. Mr and Mrs Ray Miiller of Algona were sponsors at the baptism of Joel Allan Colwell, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Colwell of St. Benedict Monday night. Mar. 16 at 8 p.m. at the St. Benedict Catholic Church. He was born Mar. 9 at St. Ann hospital and weighed 7 Ib. 14% oz. He has two brothers and two sisters. Mr and Mrs Bert Baldwin and the former's mother,! Mrs Bea Baldwin are leaving today (Thursday) for Joliet and Buckingham, 111., where they will visit till Sunday with Mr and Mrs Lester Schumacher and Mr and Mrs Raymond Heller respectively. Mrs Schumacher and Mrs Heller are daughters of Mrs Bea Baldwin. Mrs Leo McEnroe of Algona returned Sunday from Las Vegas, Ncv. and sourthern California where she spent three weeks with a daughter, June who teaches in the public school, in Las Vegas, a brother and family, Mr and Mrs Leslie Bentley, of Pomona, Calif., and Mr and Mrs door at the Sleper garage fell on him. He suffered a fracture of the left knee cap, necessitating surgery on Thursday. His leg has been placed in a cast which will have lo be worn for six weeks or more. He is a't the Buffalo Center hospital. Lakota Fire Call Lakola — The local fire department was called to the rural home at 5 a.m. Monday of the Melz Brothers. The chimney soot had become ignited and fire and sparks were flying high in the air. Willie Melz saw it as he alighted from the school bus and thought the house was on fire. The firemen arrived in record time and soon everything was under control with very little damage done. John McCaffrey Hills, Calif. Mrs a niece. Mr and Mrs of Woodland McCaffrey is Everelt Baldus nicely. Carol bago, Minn., children and her absence. Mrs Marks, of Winne- is caring for the household during Carroll will have as Paint Store Sold Clyde Amon has sold the Davis Paint store here to Bob Reding of Algona. Mr and Mrs Reding, who operated a farm west of Algona prior to buying the store, have four children and plan to move to Algona in the near future. Mr and Mrs Amon have made no .definite plans for the future. They operated the storo here for six years. ed this week, Beecher Lane Appliances have been ordered to make the delivery and installation. Other prizes include a Clinton lawn mower, fur jacket, and similar items. Thursday, March 26, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper Det Moine*-5 In Mayor's Court Three cases were heard in Mayor C. C. Shicrk's court this wrek. George Lichtrr, Algona, was sentenced lo 30 days in jail for intoxication; Richard Schneider. Algona, paid $5 and costs for speeding; and Harvey Goclden, Algona, was fined $10 and coats for drinking on the street. Col- Gerald Garman, 19, Burt, and six other students from Upper Iowa University at Fayelte escaped serious injury last weekend in a freak car accident north 01 Oelwein on Highway 150. Garman lost control of his car when it hit slush and ice. The auto veered to the left side of the road and overturned. All five in the car escaped injury. A moment later, another cat driven by Larry Klunder, 21, also a student at Upper Iowa, hit thu same patch of ice, crossed to thu left side and landed atop the Gar : were visited last week Thursday by the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Baldus and daughter Kim of Austin, Minn. Sunday Mr and Mrs Everett Baldus drove to Austin to be with the letter's parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Subra^ They also visited Mr Baldus' mother, Mrs Mildred Baldus. A family reunion is to be held Easter Sunday at Rochester, Minn Dr and Mrs Ray Potter took Mrs Nell Potter to Rochester, recently, where they visited John Frederick Potter, son of Mrs Delbert Potter and her late husband. John has had recent major surgery during which his wife was with him and from Rochester,. Mrs Nell Potter went to LaCrosse, Wis., to be with the children. He has been dismissed and is again i at Really Hit Jackpot Mrs Sue Bcisch, 108 So. lege St., who won second place in a Lever Bros, contest deal recently, will receive a Westinghouse washer and dryer as part of her major prizes, it was luarn- Whittemore Collision A pickup truck driven by Lee L. Schenck, 31, Algona, and a truck driven by Edward R. Maahs, 19, Whittemore, collided at Whittemore Tuesday at. 3:50 p.m. The truck backed from an alloy and inflicted an estimated $100 damage to the pickup, according to Deputy Sheriff Don Wood who investigated. There were no injuries reported . J.P. Court Fines Two men paid fines following hearings on driving violations in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court last week. They were Richard R. Simpson, Algona, who paid $15 and costs for entering a highway and failing to yield the right-of-way, and Emil P. Thilges, West Bend, who paid $5 and costs on a stop sign count. TEENAGERS! YOUR ATTENTION PL E A S E ! We"ve scoured ihe mark»l to find the latest styles in Wash-N- Wear Como jackets — jackets that look well and fil your pocketbook, loo. Here is your opportunity to dress the way you want lo al a price you can afford. We cordially invite you lo drop in and look al these styles! COMO JACKET 8 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM Long sleeve, Ihree and four button models in a variety of colors. High quality Como jackets thai wear well, look right, at an unbelievably low price. daughter, Mr and Mrs David Richardson of Hampton, her granddaughter, Mrs Ru:;sell Kam- mingo o£ Iowa Falls and the son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Melvin Johnson of Burt. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason will be joined by their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Erviri Og- larid, of Fulda, Minn., and all will go to Nevada Easter Sunday to be with Mr and Mrs James Potter and family. Mrs Potter is another daughter of the Easons. Homer Clark who is employed at St. Anthony spent last week Sunday here with his family. The man car. A passenger in the Klunder auto suffered a shoulder injury. The students all were returning lo Fayette after a trip to j hands. He has made good recov- Oelwein. cry. son John had a recent accident when he hammered a 22 bullet and received injuries to his returned home. REPORT OF CONDITION IOWA STATE BANK OF bank! SI wl Bank of Ihis District. ASSETS I. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and TOTAL ASSETS -- £ - rjm --£ T Ti-- E " B - li.20U.544.32 mand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations -_4.!)21(iin.n me deposits oC individuals, partnerships, and corporations b,!l9586 posits of United States Government (including postal savings) ljn.754.89 IVY LEAGUE SLACKS WASH-N-WEAR - EASY CARE Here is ihe slack you wanl. Latest style flap pocket, polished cotton Ivy League slacks in " IffiBS • your favorite col- 1 "•»• ors. Blue, Anlalope, * Black, Natural. SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Colorama patterns and styles. New Wash-N-Wear fabrics. Select now al Diamonds low, low prices. $1.95 To $5.95 GIVE YOUR De Til Deposit: Straw Stack Fire Algona's firemen extinguished a smouldering stack of burned baled hay and straw on the Walter Barr farm, about four miles southwest of Algona at 6 p.m. Sunday. According to Barr, 500 bales of hay and 400 bales of straw were destroyed. The fire was discovered by Barrs at noon Sunday, but 'due to the fact the hay and straw had already been destroyed didn't call the firemen to the scene until six hours later. Door Falls, Fractures Lakola — Hio Loats was injured last week when the big-roller W. Beposks of sinteVa-nd'Sblftfcal subdivisions 5 !|g'806M 17. Deposits of batiks — nn'onj 90 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) .... - 68,804.20 in. TOTAL DEPOSITS — ?5,713.J20.GB 24. TOTAL 25. Capital* ._26. Surplus -27. Undivided profits LIABILITIES 5,713,320.68 CAP IT AL ACCOUNTS TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS . — 41)6.223.04 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ...' 6,200,544.32 'This bunk's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $150,000.00. MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other 2 50 000 00 purposes A y r ----- p yj s y d -- n f"~pj h ~ c "~;j^ that the above statement is -—^--^--^-^^^^^^ ce s true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. F. Af4una, President Correct—Attest: F L. McMahon, L. E. Llnnan, J. C. Mawdsley, Hugh Rancy, H. J. Cowan, Directors. State of Iowa County of Kossuth ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 20th day of March, 1059. Doris R. Ciarms Notary Public Upper Dos Moines March 26, 1!I5!1) ENGINEER BOOTS A terrific special for the man ' who works ouldoors. Sizes 6 lo 12. $ 7.99 WORK SHOES Tough leather retan uppers that resists acids, combined with a thick, long wearing cork sole and seamless back to give you a rugged work shoe thai will really sland Ihe gaff. Cushioned insole. WE HAVE WORK SHOES FOR THE KIDS, TOO! 'S DRESS SHOES Loafers or lies, in blacks or browns. Why pay more? you can give your feel a treat in quality dress shoes for much, much less when you shop al Diamonds. Come in tomorrow, then pul your best foot forward in the Easter paradel DRESS OXFORDS FOR CHILDREN $3.99 UP THE JACKEt HEADQUARTERS OF NORTHWEST IOWA ! 9:00 A.M. TO 9:00 P.M. Mr Farmer! We would like to use this day to show our appreciation for the business you have given us. Come in an d have lunch with us. Ham sandwiches, Donuts will be served. ] Coffee, and Dom '. f***nr~*~fo~**R'~* t MINNEAPOLIS - MOLINE 4-Star Series Tractor On Display Models of the new 4-Star Series Tractor with its all new contrast color design of styling and display. Along with many new features, which make it one of the finest new tractors a man could own. Also a full line of new Implements will be on display. FREE GIFTS FOR EVERYONE! SEVERAL VALUABLE DOOR PRIZES FOR FARMERS ONLY Prince Hydraulic Cylinder Case of Pennzoil Irusstite Baler Twine il of Pennzoil Grease Trader Seat Cushion ON EVERYTHING ON HAND THIS DAY ONLY! EXAMPLES: Rotary Hoe .. $375 <> < • <• < > < > < > < i 5% T. Midwest Hoist .... $119 4V2 T. Twin Droulic Wagon Gear Complete Whh Tires ... $140 YOUR MINNEAPOLIS - MOLINE DEALER 1015 North Main Algona, Iowa ;

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