The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1959
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li! Iff i& III if, ill ' F *,* 9&rt« (1e>.) Uppfer D« Molnw fhuftday, Oct. §, 1$5» tfeived a one year sentence after entering a guilty plea to a charge of writing bad checks in district court here during the xveekend He will serve the sentence at Ft Madison and previously served a sentence at Anamdsa for forgery Judge Narey, who presided during the district court session here, levied a fine of $300 against Bernard Helmke, Hum- boldl, for OMVI. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst arrested Helmke abou 1 a month earlier. festival Queen Carole Gronbach * Beautiful cooperation from the 3«reather, approximately 10,000 •spectators and the last-minute "acceptance of the American ^Hungarian Association to send '-representation, marked the llth ^annual Kossuih Band Festival wheld here Saturday. •* (Blonde Carole Gronbach, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold *<Gronbach of Livermore, was "trowned i960 queen before a ^packed grandstand at the evening ttprogratn at the fairgrounds. Miss "Gronbach represented the Twin Olivers school at Bode, where she 2s a junior. Shirey Amasson, aRenwick, reigning queen, crown- *ted Miss Gronbach. * Gets Year For 4& :Bad Checks * Jjeland Brown of Algona re- Man Bound To Dist Court; Resists Arrest Donald D. Doocy, Bancroft, was- bound over to the November term of district court following a preliminary hearing in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court this week on a charge of resisting arrest. The charge was filed by Marshal Walt Steward of Burt There was no bond set and Doocy was released to the custody of his father. In other cases heard by Ost- winklc, Gerhard 0. Frandel, Bricelyn, Minn., paid $10 and costs, passing in a no passing zone; Robert L. Wood, Burt, paid 410 and costs, failing to report an accident; Phil Oftedahl, Buffalo Center, $5 and costs, allowing a minor to drive a motor vehicle; JDavid Oftedahl, Buffalo Center, $5 and costs, no operator's license; and Dean R, Loss, Algona, $8.30 and costs, Homecoming At S-City, Friday SWea< City high school will observe horftecommg Friday -with activities beginning with a small parade at 2:45 p.m. Following the parade there will be a pep meeting. • HOSPITALS Sapt. 28 — Mrs Atn6s Meyer, Algona, boy, 7-11. . Sepl. 30 — Harold Price, w-ss- ley, surgery; Earl Elmore, Algona, medical; Mrs Chris Larsen, Storden, Minn., medical Sister M. Angelicas, Bancroft, medical; Mrs Gwen McDonald, Algona, surgery. Oct. 1 — Mrs Virgil Rohlf, Algona, girl, 7-5%; Baby Eric Wilt* gen, Algona, medical; Mrs John Opheim, Burt, girl, 7-40, Oct. 2 — Mrs Katherine Vaske; Bancroft, medical; Mrs Joseph Slraub, Algona, boy, Oci, 3 — Mrs Anna Huenhold, Algona, medical. Oct. 4 — Mrs DuWayne Klein, Algona, medical; Mrs Agnes Laidley, Algona, medical (expired). Oci. 5 — Mrs Leonard Mc> Guire, Bode, girl, 7-10; William Accurso, Bancroft, surgery; Mrs Sarah Smith, Algona, medical; Mrs Wayne S&tem, Algona, boy, 8-13&. Grill Has Top Line Al Grill was top man at Hawk- eyes Lanes this week with a 231 line. Other men over "200 were G. Davis 228, Pat Doerning 203 Frank Mittlieder 202, R. Hoover 211, Al Slobe 200, Ed Adams, 210 211, Al Grill 205, Chuck Davit • 200, Art Ashton 202, 222, Norrr. 1 Gade 214, 201, G. Detmering 209, L. Torgerson 207, Bill Kes- ath 230 and Russ Sands 202. . Top Keglers Al Erpelding topped the men with a 233 line and Shirley led the gals with a 200 line at A1-, gona Lanes this 1 weekend. Other men over 200 included Ed Farrell 206, Miles Sloniker 203, Roger Hoover 212, Les Kenyon 220, Ken Meyer 201, Hal Long 214, Eugene Durant 206,, Ed Wittkopf 223, Al Loebig 209 and Al Bormann 211 ADS BRING "RESULTS OTATOES Are Cheaper ONE SOLID TRUGKLOAD RED L B S »' 9 W H IT E 25 Lbs. 59c 50 Ibs. 98c VI d' VI ' V East End EITHER 1 B E. STATE ST. CY 4-3762 i I '' j* •?- -.' i Homesteaders Life Company OF DES MOINES is pleased to announce the »- APPOJNTMENT OF WILLIS F. MARSHALL as Qeneral Agent in Algona & .the surrounding area. t * ' < t j Mr Marshall ha* -had-over 5 years-experience in'the life insurance *fv«m<?>* ; ;V; end is well qualified to serve your life insurance needs. We urge you to make r« s. ^Tlltl tie A 5 A^ Itte 4minSnM rinrt AVMav!aM/*o train ing pad AV>yi t Vj);'-V ?>• s %^s?,M.V f.V'f ' V fc\V > f-,T^H^-'« ,, • 4:<k.i* v • - ' - Paul N* Mantz, President At? P*7v*v^' f ' • * •if '.' c ^ •* %$%%£?,,{' . , , :^)|ipn»< Iowa CY MUSCATINE Watermelons EACH N&rth Red River Valley r '*'% t * /* A •*^i'^ )1I B> '^ijg^^^J^I *A^~,^ ^^^^^^^ l J^jjjj^pS 100 Lbs. SO Lbs. '"$ 1.19 Stamps • t NO. 1 JONATHAN Nestles CANDY BARS ibfor •" r ; > Nestles '-*'*'! ( -Choc. 'Chips -s^v or : .Butterscotch CHips FOR Nestles Family — Sjze Box'. , QUICK CONSUMER'S COUPON S i t * t ^ J T " ^ * , This Coupon Is Good For 50 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS .With Any Purchase Of $5.00 Or More >'-' • • OR - , ' AT ilQQ FREE S & H t GREEN STAMPS'! Wiih Any- Purchase Of $10.00 Or More CONSUMER'S! Limit . '. . One Coupon Per Customer! ,': - ' Offer Expires Oci. 10 CHOICE , Center Blade Cuts BRITT DECKER'S IOWANA,GRAINY 4 Lb. Pail SHRIMP AHOY Breaded Shrimp PKGS. ^CHOICE -. , Lean Tender 1 LB. CUDAHY'S PURITAN SLICED BACON I Lb. Cello SWIFT'S CANNED 25 Extra Green Stamps With Each Can EXTRA TARGE Cauliflower EACH 29* BEEF QUARTERS: Ail Choice Beef. Cut Wrapped - Marked At Extra Charge! Ice Cream GAL,

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