The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 24
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(la.) Upper D*t Motftti Thursday, Otf. 1, 19§9 U t iv! **:% • -f ;• m -( l^.i ft" $1000 Damage Results Prom Three Crashes auto mishaps were reported in the county during the weekend. There were no personal injuries, A Burt man, Clifford Pannkuk, S3, was charged with failing to stdp at a stop sign and failing to have his vehicle under control after his auto slammed into a ditch, rolled end over end and finally came to rest on its wheels a mile west of Burt on a gravel road at 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Patrolman Dick Pedersen investigat ed the crash and filed the charges. The car was a total loss. Autos driven by Robert E Hanisch, 19, Bancroft, and Dary' Preston, 16, Swea City, collided on a gravel road six miles north of Fehton at 1 a.m. Saturday, sordifif to a report received by Sheriff Ralph Lindhofst, the Preston vehicle turned off highway 44, skidded and was hit from the rear by the Hanisch auto, About $150 damage resulted to each vehicle. At 5 p.m. Saturday, outos driven by LeRoy Gronbach, Algona, and Edward Sander, Mason City, collided at the intersection of Phillips and State streets, causing an estimated $350 damage. The Algona police department investigated. • i Winkel-Henry Nuptial^ t ., - •>- i M Si*ki- »j Alaska Movie A full-length, feature color film, entitled "Alaska - America's Wonderland", will be shown in the Algona high school auditorium Wednesday and Thursday nights, Nov. 4^5. The local showing, which features shots of all aspects of Alaska, 49th slate, will be sponsored by the Algona police department. You fief I'm Proud Of It! J<?Anh Kletnfh, JoIeM Gardner. I KEEP ALL MY VALUABLES IN A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX AT THE IOWA STATE BANK! They Take Care Of My Auto Loans Too . And, I Always Pay Bills By Check! Service & Friendliness Are By-Words At, IOWA Algona Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Iowa LnVonne Mary Winkel became the bride of John Lee Henry Sept. 1 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. The bi-ide is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Winkel and tho bridegroom, a son of Mr and Mrs Simon Henry, all of Algona. ' iMsgr. P. P. Gearcn officiated at the double .ring ceremony in the presence of 300 guests. Ronald Buscher and Paul Goecke were acolytes and Joan Bernardo sang. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs Helen Gargulo. Bridesmaids were Ruth Van Allen, Mary Jlla Erpelding and Grace McEvoy. " .Eugene Henry was best man and Thomas Henry, Kermit Studer and Marion Kirsch were groomsmen. Ushers were Dean Dodds and Merle Loss. The bride wore a chaipel length gown of sheer nylon organdy over satin styled ' with a fitted' bodice. Her, veil fell from a, jeweled crown and she wore a pear] necklace. Her flowers were deep pink roses. A dinner was held for 80 guests at noon at the Plantation ballroom at Whitterriore. A reception was held for 300 guests in the afternoon. Sally ,OiT registered the guests and'Mrs William 1 Dodds cut the cake., Mrs Lawrence Rirsch and Shelia McErvoy, poured. Gifts were in charge _ of Joan Henry and Diane Stebritz. Ta'ble waitresses were Bernice Smith, Joan Byam, Pat Kollasch and Betty Thdlges. , The bride is a graduate .of St. Cecelia's Academy and is employed here. The bridegroom i§ also a St. Cecelia's graduate and farms near here. The couple is at home here after a wedding trip to the Ozarks. ,('Nels Isaatson Photo - UDM Engraving) BETTER PRINTING for less — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Society Notes £l*rfc, Karen Seller, Donna fte^fer joAnn and Ann , . played ami ffiwieis *&*i&ofeft ;hc band flrfp Hie gfflli tfcek Iti juiy. Sunday, Mr and Mrs Wffi. I. Ankenbauer, Billy ttey, Mrs Opal Ankenbauer and' Zultfbel were guests aft the. home &f Mr and Mrs Donald Wolf and family at Pocahontas, honofiftg the sirthdays of 2ulabe1 Ankenbauer and her grandmother, Mrs Zula Bell of Dakota City, also the birthday of Mrs Wm. I. Anken- bauen Mrs Diamond Hostess Mrs Phil Diamond entertained her bridge club members a week ago Monday everting, Other members of the club are Mrs William Bestenlehncr, Mrs Larry Knoll, Mrs Hal -Long, Mrs Ken* neth Parrish, Mrs Robert Scott, Mrs John Snere and Mrs William .Watkins. FaiHer Honored Mr and Mrs James Utt and family are going to Duncan Sun day to attend a family dinner to be' given in honor; of the letter's father, Albert Prosika. Entertained Sunday , •Mrs Kate . Wegener entertained a card foursome Sunday Evening. Guests Were Mrs Ida 2u- mach, Mrs Hilda Gronwall and Mrs Anna Nelson IftSb fias Increases f&rWt 220 miliidn, •*•*"' 1 ""-"''*" ™ - -" Legal Notices ' JS9 IS _ _ there hag be«njftc»f|of"atea uft3**Jftfid §H*?.£ by virtue oi ChapteF 461 of thi* Code a! low* (1W4) and Act* Afttefidftter? thereto, a corporation JtH&wrt as Ko»- suth County Cheese corporation *nd ts principal office and place of ,bti»- ifiess l*'at the City of Butt, Koisuth 7buhty» Iowa. * . . /->,.The general nature of < the Jjtirffte*Si to be transacted by this corporation shall be to produce, purchase, ttfanu-* factors, buy, sell, trade, and deal in manufactured furms of milk, and to -' lease, sell, or otherwise dispose Miss Ankcnbauer Honored . Mrs Opal Ankenbauer and' Mr and Mrs Win. I. Ankenbauer were hosts to a party Saturday evening at Van's Cafe, hortdrihg their daughter and sister's ,18th birthday. The guests honoring Zulabel were , Cheryl Immerfall, Mary Arndorfer, Grace' McKim, Departure Times Changed Milwaukee railway agent John Snere has announced time changes for the daily passenger train effective Sunday, Sept. 27. The west bound train will leave Algona at 8:19 a.m. instead of 7:59 The eastbound. train will leave here at 8:43 p.m,' and arrive ir Chicago at 10 a,hi. * There will •ASTO: 1** *g* and tau*s, I ij jw* S^PWllwBlV ^-iSJiTW^fe^&J 0 ^ «&, 85 81* 1040«,l4. It* 160!Si and-att* ^"^ffKu-. sgr^BSwf 14 ^ ?urte W5d^ MFJ tis«. 2 4^ dl »> of, real and personal lUlsrly in connection Uerty-'paftt"- the fttfittB- facture of v&ribus proiStifcts froth »nk. The ahwunt of capital stock authorized by -the Articles of Incorporation, is 250 shares of no par value, 'which must be fully paid for in money- of property when such shares are issued, and the same .shall be non-assessable, The corporation, commenced business on'the 21st day of August, 1659, and its corporate existence is perpetual. • The affairs of .the..corporation shall be conducted by the Board of Directors of not less' thdn one or more than three in number. The directors shall be ftlected annually by the stockholders and shall Hold'off Ice'.until theii 1 . successors are elected and quaufiedvTh& officers of the corporation shall, be a president, a vice-president, a secretary, and a treasurer and such further of- tlcers as to the Board, of Directors may seem fit, or as may.be provided by the by-laws of the corporation. The annual meeting of the stock holders shrill be held on 'the 1st day of April each year and until the first annual meeting which shall be held on April 1, 1900, the directors shall be: Clyde Johnson - Seheca,* Wisconsin Ervin Purdeu , Burt, Iowa George-'Anderson . 2921 Waterloo Rood ' ,' Cedar falls, IOWE nnd Ervin Purdeu of Burt, Iowa shall be president, i George Anderson of Cedar Falls, Iowa shall be vice-president, . and Clyde Johnson of Seneca Wisconsin shall be secretary-treasurer The private property of the stockholders shall forever be exempt from corporation debts and liabilities. KOSSUTH COUNTY the. * said motor venlete ruliy and wilfully Used 111 car the business of a, retail liquor without the special tax ifterefor seen fret paid, sin violatibfl on 5091, - ttfie, Code. * ante do hereby, give no«eeig«neAl& ante all ftevsons haviftr: (St'pjSBtefldins [to have ahy'tight, .tltfe' erJritefesl in Mid motor" vehicle to appear before th« ' Fti»; • Och 2 'A Mid West Catavan ""Oct." Sal.* Henry Charles- 8t OrcKi Tues., <• Oct. 6 , BIG ' Tinny Little Jr., . . His Piafao it Ragtime Barid Featured On The Welk T.V, Show For 5 Years, . • '/'Also • % • Bob White fie Orch.' For Your Dancing • adm. 1.56 plus 'tax lot. 1.65 __ "Thurs., - Oct. 8 Auto Show 8t Dattce ' . Carl Fisher Motors — Free WhlHemore, Iowa Lynn Kerns t * " SUNDAY, OCT. 4 ClemBrau , ^ r> ^^^^ | g | ^^^ HM ^^gg|g|^^ H ^ OCT. 1 1 CT. 16 Hard Times Donee Are 25 Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 NEW, FACTORY FRiSH FURNITURE AT SENSIBLE PRICES COMPARE AND BE CONVINCED ^Suites DOZENS OF NEW STYLES, COLORS, FABRICS TO GIVE NEW LIFE & BEAUTY TO ANY HOME . . . AND MADE BY AMERICA'S FINEST FIRMS. Here Is A Complete Showing Of All Types Of Chairs, Fabrics And Vinyl, Straight or Swivel, And Priced To Give You True Quality At Reasonable Cost. Worth Driving Miles To See And Save No Matter What Your Problem In MATTRESSES, You'll Find Our Warehouse Jammed With The Best Known Names In Bedding At Prices Thar Will Not Be Equalled lUewhere. Ml ^IWUBP BP(9lw VP iWBlTBi ^^ town Wt Deliver Poniiac! Another fresh one>from Pontia^.t *">••< < •••"•'•""' I" •! • "I ...— ••• ^ The inspired'beauty of perfect proportion! The precision control of Wide-Track Wheel Design? The softer ride of supple suspension! The wide cho|ce of vigorous Tempest V-8 Engine! tailored to economy or high performance! Ihe car craftsmen who developed Wide-Track Wheels, the innoyatipn that brought a new standard of readability to the American passenger, car, present another fresh original for 1960! l : With clean, crisp lines they've compose^*delightful'rightneas of form with unity and rhythm, , "'.''' , Into the proved principle of Wide-Track .'(wheels farther apart for 1 s steadier stance) they've engineered an ingeniously improved suspension system. This combination of a firm foundation and supple suspension gives you flawless control, more'skill m'the'fine art 6f"' : ••' driving, smooth stability, bump-yielding softness, ' ' ' > The power plant is typically Pontiac, A wide range of restless, ground- gaining power packages to choose from. All are husky V-8's, ranging from the frugal 425E economy engine that prefer* regular gradi gasoline to the fiery Tempest .425. ' r "' •" *' >' ' - >• '•' Haven't you been an admiring spectator of Pontiacs long enough? Isn't this your year to become a participant'inTontiac pleasure, to move up to Pontiac ownership, where the enjoyment is the fullest, where the point of view is the freshest? Wide-Track Wheels give you swayless •. stability, solid comfort. You maneuver witfi .skillful sureness, accurate control. It'« the sweetest, most precise, most t /, Rewarding driving you've ever felt. ON DISPLAY TOPAY AT ALL, PONTIAQ DEAUERS ERNIE WILLIAMS PONTIAC - CADILLAC 10?W»5TATi . MOONA " W\' '' i ?~

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