The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 7, 1959
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, May 7,1959 Quarantine Pets; Skunk Was Rabid » All domestic pets at Burt were Quarantined for 90 days wednes- f6*?n i received a report that a skunk killed there Saturday, May 2, had been rabid. The skttttk, killed by Mar&haJ Walter Steward and Frank Tell-> ier, was taken to low* State Col- Jegi* at'AftHJS by Sle-ft-aW the *lt ftfts t&ot, An exnminatten proved the animal rabid. Suspicion* of' %6 ftrfm&l*s health Siting up when it seemed very friendly an<t ttot tod afraid of anyone While* wandering around the school grounds and the residence of Herman Neitzel. An attempt io catch it alive failed) so It was necessary to shoot r> k-1 •»' i IS?'.'* fX \t Just Arrived! SANITARY SERVICE TRUCK # Mrs Thoreson . - / ji , 1.1 11 Services Held Friday r S-Cify 3wca Eagle: Mrs O. L. Thore- 6h, lifelong resident bl SWea Iwp,, passed away< April 28, fit the Iowa Lutheran Hofrie at rid, at the age of 7B. She was both April 3, 18844* the farm home of her parents', Mr and Mrs Lars Samuelsoti, ndtth* west of Swea City. Clara SabeflU Samuelson was united in mSfri* age to Oscar Louis Thoresofi Dec. 25. 1908, at Swea" City. Mr Thoreson, widely khown in Hie area, died in 1957, Tw6 years ago Mrs Thoreson went to live with her daughter in Des Moinete, and about 15 months ago moved to the Madrid home. Funeral services were held Fri day afternoon at Imahuel Lutheran church with Rev. Leroy Pillman officiating. Burial 'was in Zi6n Lutheran cemetery, Swea twp. Five surviving children are Cecil and Orville Thoreson, Swea City; Mrs Helen Grace, Des Molnes; Mrs Mildred Djurdjevich Council Bluffs; and Mrs Marietti McCauslin, Maumee, Ohio. .' •* Pallbearers were Rodney Hanson, Walter Schmicking, Glen Olson, Ervin Bathe and Dettmar Thompson, all former neighbors of the Thoresons. READY TO GIVE YOU HOUSE TO HOUSE PICK UP SERVICE OF RUBBISH AND GARBAGE "LET'S KEEP THE CiTV CLEAN" Phone LES HIGLEY CY 4-3653 or MEL SIFERT CY 4-3456 ALGONAJOWA May We'Addf our sincere Congratulations to the many you will be receiving on your/academic achievement LuVerne Man Killed By Truck LuVerne — Funeral services for" Carl G, W. Reddel, 58, who was killed near Wichita,y Kansas, while hitchiking to (California, were held Saturday at the- Zion Evangelical Lutheran, churcK here, Rev, Louis Wittenburg officiating. ' • ' , Casket bearers were Eldon Oberhelman, Harold Meyer, Elmer Kubly, Edwin Hanselman, G. M. Will and Orville Anderson. Burial was' in the LuVerne cemetery. " „ Mr Reddel, who was deaf, had apparently left.LUVerne for California, April" 21. He ,was struck by a" truck April 26, and^ not* until last .Week was positive Iderlti- fication of the body rhadeY f « f- " Surviving are five brothfers-'arii two sisters, John of Indianapolis Rev. Wm. Reddel of Dubuque, Walter of Storm Lake, Ernest of Cherokee, Harold of Wesley, Mrs Bertha Paling of Lancaster, Cal;, and Mrs Elsie Oberhelman, Lu- Verne. . ^ Ex-Resident Of County Passes . Mrs Maud "',,11. Kennedy, "83, former resident of-- 1 Lone' Rock and Burt, died Tuesday afternoon in your future endeavors. May We Suggest' ' * **\ * that for Graduate Gifts of truly fine quality, your selection be made from tHe famous brand',names carried : , at the Hub Clothiers. Whether it costs 50c or $25, the quality of a Hub gift remains the same. • Van Heusen Shirts * • Van Heusen Pajamas ~ • McGregor Sportswear < ^ " ; , • Campus Sportswear ' . • . I 6 Masterbilt Slacks !/ '" %' " ? [i ® Swank Men's Jeweliy x L • Rol^BHIfolds fv =A Goloray Robes " ^ /": > '- ' "*'« .* f > Wembley Neckwear • Superba Neckear Socks . and may we send you our g following a lengthy illness at a -Best Wishes for everything good m M FuLSl\Sem C riis are i: ' complete, but ^friend^i "rnay- c^. the ' McAuley - Scanlah Funer? 1 Chapel at Mason City. '<''' Born April 3, 1876 at Nashua; she was married to William T. Kennedy Feb. 4, 1913 at Lone Rock. They later lived at Burt, moving there in 1920, and Mrs Kennedy moved to Mason City following the death of her husband May 7, , 1951. She ha's! resided there since >that time. She was a mbmber of the Burt Presbyterian church and the family requests that all memorials be; given to that church. Survivors include two half- sisters, Mrs Grace Germohd, North Hollywood, Calif.; and Mrs Gladys Conlin, Minneapolis. Her parents, husband, an infant son and two brothers preceded her in death. ' registraHon jewelers LEMONS E, |l GRANDEE STUFFED _ COUNTRY GARDEN FANCY TOMATO NO. 10 BEVERAGE GLASS CONTIDANA WHOLE PEELED 10MATOJ 'S , " v " ', , „•„Black "Raspberries, Blackberries, 7 j&ttie;berries '.^-"V* 'C * " ELBERTA PEACHES FROZEN F0D BUYS Woman's Softball Loop A meeting for all Algona men and women interested in. softball will be held Tuesday, May 12, at 8 p.m. in the city hall. i /- - 'I '<•?; Mfcl i'i; , TS v $:•&•:.• «.»•»'' .;--, $ ,-t*4'^ . f. k ^J. iW PA J :<<!«=£ NOTICE OF AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF FARM SERVICE COMPANY, SWEA CITY, IOWA Notice is hereby given tha.t at a regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Farm Service Company, Swea City, Iowa, held at the office of the corporatjqn, Swea City, Iowa, on the 21st day of March, 1959, pursuant'to notice, that the stockholders by a unanimous vote adopted the following amendment to the Articles of Incorporation which said amendment has been duly executed and filed in,the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Iowa: The authorized capital stock • of this corporation was increased from $141,250.00 to $225,000.00, divided into 66,250 shares of which amount 18,000 shares of the par value of 25c' per share amounting to $4,500.00 is Class A Membership Stock; 18,pOO shares of the p'ar val» ue of $1.00 per share, amounting to $18,000,00 is 4% non. cumulative O »• g a n i z a tion Stock: 250 shares of the par value of $10.00 per share, am- ' ounting to $2,500,00 is Common Stock; 20,000 shares of the par value of $5.00 per share, amounting to $100,000.00 is 3% h'orj-pumulative Class g f ambersftib Stock; and 1Q.OQO &re$ «of*,|hp' 'Par value of QJOQ per;.§, amounting * o tlOfcOQQ.00 is 5% cumu- a.tive preferred §iock. atfed this 2lst day of March, •$$.< .-,a. ^z» FARM SERVICE Swea City, Iowa Sy Ernest i|eidocker, President Attest: Earl Jivam^dale, Secretary CREAM ,-,.::.. % Gal. 69c WITH FREE,PLEDGE t ' , : • ~ : ,• •BBBBBBBBHiirai GLO COAtl.L .-i,, .: • Qti ij|JioOTH FROZEN 'Til .1 OLD.SOUTHERN , > -, , t; -B-Q SAUCE HICKORY'SMOKED STRAWBERRIES ii.v.,vft'- :rk*. s. :,.cWis- ;,. . v • ,1 LB. PKG. :. 39c ' P1A& CARROTS, CORN, BROCCOLI CUTS . JACK SPRAT 'COLORED '. -'-OlEO-- "' 5 for $1 .,- , .. ,, -'-V B'W fcWfclflWlifcVl' I VWI ^.IIV BLUE'RIBBON 12 ROLLs! 1 ^^^....^^^^^..^.^^.^-^.^ ,,.| M j Z "IP^^H *CT ^ n ^' * (l ""**' " £"•'**** * kic^ifc.! ^*>*iJii^*i/Eh,i srimistv DEC' rvlLC I 4 for Si PPER MONARCH PURE VEGETABLE . 3 Lbs. 69c FROSTING MIX ...... 5 for 49c|SHORTENING >.,...".,, ., 'ia <. t^.,^ti '. ' v . *••> . '. ••' CUT & WRAPPED FOR LOCKER Ib. U. S. CHOICE FRONT CLB ee U. S; CHOICE BACON SAMPLES PICNICS SMOKED SUMMER , SAUSAGE

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