The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
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PAGE FOUR- K-''Sli^prS%?*r?'^^^ Men's Forum Cancelled The Men's Forum of the Con- ; grcgfilional church has conceited their December 18 meeting bo- cause of a conflict with other ac- '.tivit-ies. Don't Take Your Greatest Asset I for Granted -^- Most of us throw every safeguard possible ,-irou/ul our property. Homes, automobiles, and valuable personal property are carefully insured against losses by fire, theft, and storm; We insure our lives to protect the economic ',' well-being of our dependents. j,y|. Yet health, on which depends our ability to earn these material comforts, is often completely neglected. Good health is too frequently taken for granted until it is lost: It is wise to protect this priceless asset; Include a health examination for every member of the family in your yearly budget. When medicine is prescribed, bring the prescription to us for prompt, economical service: s p e c i ;|^!£kp>WE'''2'52 AUGONA.IOWA Tuesday and Wednesday, December 10-11 Sonja Heine and John Payne in "JESSE JAMES" Co-Hit—Jean Porter and Shirley Mills in "BETTY CO-ED" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 12-13-14 BLAZING SIX SHOOTERS... Were the only means of smashing this Phantom- Like Figure! % ITER A5 THE TEXAS RANGERS WITH GUY WILKER80N Screenplay by HARilV FRflSER Produced by ARTHUR ALiXMDEa Directed by ELMER CLIFTON Co-Hit—D. Barry in "LAST CROOKED MILE" Serial, "Hop Harrigan" Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, December 15-16-17-18 SIDE-SPLITTING AS THE "KIDS".,* OUTGROW THEIR BRITCHES! TWA IORING Co-Hit— mm v mm muiuo • mm « w mm Fonda and Gene Tierney in OF FRANK JAMES" Society Honor Edward KilHati A family birthday dinner was given NOV. 26 at Mr. and Mrs. Bernard DahlhaUser's, for Edward Killian, Who is spending the winter with his son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Bert Muckey. Mr. Killian celebrated his 88th birthday. He had been living at Rogers, Minn., but came here several weeks ago. Those attending \tere Mr. and Mrs. Muckey, Mr. and Mrs. Francis McConnell and children Susan and Danny, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dahlhauser. Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauscr and children Judy and Johnnie, and Mrs. McConnell and her children are the granddaughters and g r c a t- grandchildren respectively x of Mr. Killian. ORDINANCE NO- 289 AN ORDINANCE VACATING THAT PORTION OF LUCAS STREET BETWEEN THE WEST LINE OF DIAGONAL STREET AND THE DIVISION LINE BETWEEN LOTS EIGHT (8) AND NINE (9) OF BLOCK ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY-SEVEN (187) EXTENDED SOUTHWARD ACROSS LUCAS STREET TO THE DIVISION LINE BETWEEN LOTS TWO (2) AND THREE (3) OF BLOCK ONE JitfNJtHRStJ TY«B!GMT (188) OF ADDITION TO ALOONA, IOWA, AND AUTHORIZING 1MB MAYOR OF THE GITY OF ALGONA TO CONVEY ^TlHB PORTION OF SA»D STREET THUS VACATED. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY, OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section One. That all of tltat portion of Lucas Street of the City of Algona 'tying between the West line of Diagonal Street of the City 6l Algeria and the division line between Lots Eight (8) and Nine (9) of Block One Hundred Eighty-sevin (187) extended South to the division line between lots Two (2) and Three (3) of Block One Hundred Eighty- eight (188), all in Call's Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa, be and the same is hereby Vacated. , Section Two. That the Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa, be and he is'hereby authorized and empowered to convey to the Chicago & Northwestern Railway Company by Quit Claim Deed for a consideration of One Dollar ($1.00) that portion of Lucas Street thus vacated and more particularly described as follows: Commencing at the Southeast Corner of (Lot Eight (8) in Block One .Hundred Eighty-seven (187) of Call's Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa, running thence East along the South line of said Block One Hundred (181) toi foe Wfest erly line tSf DlagdH&i Street ol the City; 61 Algona! thence M a SSUthw&tefly direction aldnj the Wp line of Dlagdn-al Stree. ,to the South line of Lucas Street* 6f this North line 6f Block One Hundred Eig>hty*feight (188) in Call's Addition to Algbrtfi, Iowa; thence West afong the •North line of said Block One Hundred Eighty*eight (188), or the South line of Lucas Street as how existing, to. the North«ast Corner of Lot Three (3) in 'Block One Hundred Eighty-eight 1 (188) of Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa; and thence due North to point of 'beginning. Section Thf ee. That,this Ordinance shall be in full force and efifect from and after its passage and publication as provided'by law. PASSED AND ADOPTED ^by the City Council of the City of Algona 'and •approved by the Mayor of the City of Algona on the 6 day of December, 1946. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. Approved: FRANK KOHLHAAS, Mayor. .The foregoing Ordinance No. 289' was passed, adopted and approved by the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa, and the Mayor thereof on the 6 day of December, 1946. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. (SEAL) FRANK KOHLHAAS, 49 Mayor. Figueroa Ballroom LIVEBMORE, IOWA Thursday, Dec. 12 NAT TOWLES and His NBC Orchestra Adin. $1.02 plus tax Thursday, Dec. 19 ALMENKE FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Whether it's a shearling bunny-boot for baby... a glamorous satin slip-on for mother.. .or a comfy leather slipper for, dad, you're sure to find just what you want in lovely gift slippers here in our special holiday collection. All Sizes and All Prices AH Styles and Kinds All Colors and Heel Heights > We Even Have NYLON Slippers BROWN blii SHOE STORE AL'CONA. IOWA, Genuine Kid Slippers for Dad Sheep-lined Slippers for the Entire Family All Sizes and AH Prices This is the Best Assortment of Slippers We Have Ever Had Get Yours While We Have All Sizes They're exciting and new— They're warm and cosy too We've dandy robes galore In our festive Holiday store* Fitted, quilted hug~-me- J " tights are some really lovely sights. Robes in a gay delightful tone One she'd love to call her own. Buy a robe—now don't delay Choose "Her" gift—Shop today! Robes So Pretty and Joasty*Warm From Our "Merry Christmas Dorm" Robes and Lounging Pajamas Quilted Satim These Famous Makes; Ardlac «- Paulettes — Lindas

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