The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1959 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 15, 1959
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\ l'</ Wednesday groups: . Koil; vk* pres,, Paula Hill; tress., faftice;Mw«Msi % brarian, G^aldlne Klftg, Mixed choinis — •* pres,, Sandy hMort; Vide |>tes4 Daugtes aWfhouse; «hd sec'y - tress,} Jthice Edwards. tSfris etoorUs '-jptes., Ann Mil\ vice pres., Shlfley Smith; and setVttfeas,, Sandra ,Boys chorus *- pres., Bill yreen;,vice pres., Bruce and sec'y-treas., Brent Klell. Mr and Mrs George Thompson Visited Mr and Mrs Harold R6>ba at Estherville Thursday. • Mayor Shierk Pwky 01 Iowa League Algols Mayor, £»r, Caftiet^n Shierk was elected pits, tsf Leagvtf of Iowa , Mufttcifjfiltttes Thursday at a lively business ssion of the oi-ganteafioh's ah convention at the Hotel Savefy in Oes Moines. Shierk won the cOftlest . with Mayor Robert Patterson of Speftc er in a written vote,-the total o: which Was not disclosed. Mayor Charles Ilos, De$ •:S . "was chosen , vice, president and , Max Conrad, Burlington, is executive director. Or, Shiork has seived on the hu.'u-d of directors of the League for the pjtel SfcWrnl yonYs. Whittemore And Wesley Win; Lead Tag Loop The Algonn Colts! edged St. Benedict, 6-0, Whittemore hammered St. Joe 28-7. nnd Wesley got past the Algonn Browns, 12'6, m junior high tag fotrtball Sunday afternoon. Whiitemore and Wesley lend tit* loop xr»tii 2-0 maws, wtoe thib Algona Colt« A St, J6ft are tied right behifta With 1*1 rtcords. St. Benedict and the Algona Browns are winless in two starts, Games this Sunday will pit St. Joe vs, St. Benedict at 1 p.m.; Wesley vs. Algona Colls at 2; and Algona Browns at 3. Gamgan Frosh Dipped 20-14 Gnrrigtm high's freshman dropped their third straight decision «s Emmetsburg Cntholtc's B-team Thurtday, _0g.. IS, 1959 ^yjyftjfejijjpfy registered a 11044 Verdict at Gar* rigan Field Monday evening, The little feests were behind, 20-0, »t half tiwe, thelft cirhft bach to close the gap in the final half 8t toHfehoOwttfi Rftd iiyrn HudSBdEJi rtdea two extra paints. NtieMts w»s outstanding for the locals all evening. Burt Motorist Injured When Car Rolls Over Hertmif) 'Put*, 87, B\iH, I a brfokfin^ri^ shock taje Wcdflesday^ _. Oct. 7, when (itt ftuto arlving w»m owe* < twice and cam* td rest in a dife* a mite «tst tif Burt^, tt« tut-tiin^ to lowft ffotft h«s nifiR • the tiittts el thfe, A ate jflAt<it paiRiiTii,, to Bafterottby ptkrVlitfi^tl Wagt Stew^ird, PBtrMfflfeft Bill T* to the CofaeU trmversrity 1 ttttfetMA k certificate Jh Joum&tUfh tn WSf yfesra i6t&>?& ( before tihfe de^ ftt journalism aehot»l£ - - --' — -- '— -* 4 -* •*••'• "• A * f* evens ' 40 » Omaha salesman, suffered a broken *ib I.aeerations when his auto, shown above, collided with fi truck, owned .and driven by Keith J. Sellon, 34, Charles City. •Stevens* auto; Was a total wreck. He was taken to St. Ann hospital aftd will be>.released today. , ? The'Jttijshap occurred Wednesday noon near the junction of ,higWways,l8,and 169 northeast of Algona. Stevens was headed east -.the 'semi-trailer truck west at the time. According to the accident T-e'pdttr filed by Police Chief Al Boekelman, who investigated, Selloh -Vas making a left turn when the vehicles collided on the south edge Of the highway 18 pavement. ' The entire 16ft §ide of the auto was smashed in and most of the windows were powdered from the force of the crash. The left portion of the truck was badly battered, also. Two Algona men, Bill Funk and,Dick Riley, witnessed the mishap. (UDM Polaroid Photo- Ehgraving). , Evelyn Swartz Is Honored At Ledyard Shower Ledyard — On Monday evening a'miscellaneous shower was held in the E. and,R. church basement honoring Evelyn Swartz, wh'o Will be ' married to Don Johnson'Oct. 25. ' 'Mrs Roger Goetz was in charge of the following program: scripture and "prayer by Mrs Arthur Runksmeier; reading • by Mrs Irvin Brandt; solo by Janet Johnson; reading by Mrs Edith Busch; and duet . by Janis Goetz<» and Sharon Klooster. Mrs Donald Arndorfer was in charge "of. the guest table, Mrs James Smith, Mrs Rinerd Johnson and Donna Hacker ( assisted the bride-to j be - in .opening her many beautiful gifts. Judy and Janelle Johnson carried gifts. A lunch was served by the hostesses. i Officers Named New officers have been chosen at school for the various classes as follows: * • Seniors—president, Bill Green; vice president, Harlyn Brandt; secretary, Joe Keefe; treasurer, Ann Miller; and sponsor, Mr Grunhovd. Juniors — Sandra Johnson, Virgil Wallentine, Pam Keil, Marion Burt and Mr Fain, Sophomores — Jerry Pay r ne, Larry Runksmeier, Janet Smith, Wally Kramersmeier and Mi- Peterson. Freshmen — Marlin Lloyd, Roger' Green, Linda Nitz, Jane Egesdal and Mr Bottenfield. Also new officers have been chosen for the various music ^Quick Disability & Medical.Payment • Protection For The Farmer This is the dangerous time of the year. Be extra careful,'but should an accident happen you can protect yourself with a short time accident' policy. You; can buy limits for accidental death or disability from $5,000 to $50,000 along with medical payments from $50,0 .to $5,000. . The cost is small. A months protection for $5,000. death and disability provisions and $500 medical payments would cost $4.70. you can buy this'protection for longer or shorter periods. L S. Bohannon Hast of Iowa State Bank Phone CY 4-4443 (41-42) < ' Congratulations . . . CUT - WHOLE - FRENCH BEA Cans -.rt; CttRN Cans PRUNES Lb. Box Montei Case 24 Cans 12 Cans 6 Cans PEAS 3.49 1.75 No. 2!/2 Cans , DEL MONTE Grapefruit Sections Cans DEL MONTE Tomato Juice DEL MONTE Fruit Cocktail • More Del Monte Specials Prune Juice 2 Qt. Bottles .. 89c Chili Sauce T :..29c AH White Asparagus 39c Pumpkin 2 Cans 29c Sauer Kraut 2 Cans 31c DEL MONTE CATSUP Bottles ^fc 1 •••• Choice Blade Cuts Peaches TUNA $ 1 M BEEF ROAST Fresh — Lean — Pure Ground Beef Lb. us. $ 39 Cudahy's Puritan No. 1 Sliced Bacon 1 Lb. Cello 45C Lean - N - Meaty BEEF BOIL For Stews Sun Girl GOLDEN and flArs 'Robert Dreyer, »A!g9n«, ire ed'i>y C. B.'Murtagh, president of the Secyrity'Sfate Barm afternoon aft^r their -narrte y/as drawn Saturday, Th«y winners .pf a fet.of.lwgaBe^ivan away. during a.mpnUv long rMiitration ft the bitik, Severil thousand t>erwn» register. ed, The Dreyen Ve new eligible, flloofi with « other winner*, for a\'*Free trip to Jwrope" dewing Saturday nteht over TV b? sinning at IQ^Q, Pnfe «f the W firtt r^ynd winner^ name* will %t dnwff. Pur- fiwgratvlatl^ni to Wr and Mr* 1Jr«y*r tB-thtm in the finali thJt weekend, State Bpnk fH» Friemlly Apples JONATHON Margarine 5 Lbs - $ 1 Grade A Hen TURKEYS Ice Cream •'/>• Rock Cornish HENS Frozen Welch Grape Juice or- Florida Gold Orange Juke Really Delicious Each BEEF QUARTERS: Young Corn Fed Choice Beef. Cut ~ Wrapped - Marked At No Extra Charge. ,__ ; ~~~' '^ t -» * } i F » <• j"""' " T Fresh Fig Bars Lb; Bag CONSUMER'S

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