The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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pfcBssr- — urt T^'i' J "S*^ < TJ* 1 **'^ k f"** : TS*''''-' >4-*Al06na (to.) Upper DM Maine* Thu«day, Jon* 8, 1961 Man Seriously In As Accidents *, A 28-year old Bdrl farmer: Richard G. Thompson^ suffered a Jcerebral concussion, fractured *• collarbone and lip, hose and scalp lacerations when Jfijs cai Jjjwent out of control as he swerv- * ed to miss a dog, slammed into ditch aisd rolled over a mi ..north of Algona on highway 16( wat 6:30 a.m. Saturday. uo.itd to fa. W,.cc. M i»...i i.tAj^.Kii «.v-.e iui *Oi u»j» jiytuifes* " j.i,ou.^oon was headed souti. * ilk *i*o HV.W AcrOi J.-UAU w«itril a UOfe * t^lll UH iO U«i lU^tlWdJr. HtftUUCT. C lli3lall<-i Indue lutu tulii vti CI Uie auiu mm ue lOai •• eliding Up ill uie uiit-ii. "was cuiitu a lOudi lOod uy Kalpn liuiuhoiat. v/iiu mv *eu aie ei-asti. ,; " , . * JSau it. oushman,., 73, Lakota suuiuetl ioui< xiucttueu nuo aiu ^J \vo4 o.aigt-u wuu Kuu»ig 10 yieiu «.uie ngiu-bi-way at k atop sigj. — iuiiuvvms a two-car erasu a niu<; * sou en and mree rmies east QJ *.LaKota at a blacKtop road intersection at ti'Ao baiuiuay. « The Cushman ,31110 collidea •• with a vehicle driven by Lioyt * K. Janssen, 21, also of LaKota « Damage to the Cushrrian car was, * estimate^ At $1,200, while $600 " damage resulted to the .. other „ auto. Cushman was -headed east « and Janssen north -at the time * of the crash. Jansseri told Patrol* man Bill Tordbff, who investigate •> ed, that he was unable to stop * in, time to avoid Cushman, who * had stopped, then pulled ou; tf from a stop sign. Leonard II.. Hoist, 28; Algona. ^ was ch'arged with failing to have ., control of his vehicle after it struck an auto driven by Virgin^ ia M. Dugan, 40, Algona, in a * very involved mishap on the * four-lane bridge north of Algona J on highway 169 at 12:15 a.m Sunday., '•' mite \6exs, all headed riorth, had Stopped on the bridge. The uuart ulivi tiuidc auius, m lnul , apl^-bacned uie^scene ani> iJua-Jn sioppea uhu wa^ u.» b'tner vemcied were damaged, frOm the ?<•&» by Holst'Npne of ijiugun auto arid *5uu to me iiolst but |600'dantage resulted td the auto. Policeman Jim Voigf investigated. T^, At 6:05 a.m. Monday, unattended vehicles owned by Russel G. Cole, 33, and Francis S. jffelson; 49, both of Algona, collided when one of the machine.- coasted down a hill j on .: State street. Damage to the ; 'vehicles was "estimated at $220 by Vbigt. who investigated. • ; A total: of $200 ( damage resulted to vehicles driven by Rbber' J. Davis; 31, and Franklin D Hagg. 19; both.of ; ( Algbiia, whejii the Hagg auto backed into the Davis machine at a" service station on South Philiirjs street a1 7-45 t>rri. Friday. There were no charges f i 1 e d. Policeman Bill Schwarzenbach investigated. Trip To Florida An Ailgona high faculty member, Richard Palmer,. and three students, two recent graduates, left Monday afternoon in Pal- mer' for a motor trip to.Flor- ida. They were Bob Percivail and Denny Waller, graduated seniors, and Randy Harmes, who will be a senior next fall. Wesley Boys 4-H The May meeting of the Wesley Boys 4-H Was held at the Herman Heinen farm May 10. There' was a discussion of the June tour." Bob Johnson arid Daniel Skow gave .-"(talks. lunch. Mrs Heinen served Jo Ann Mino Weds Wesleyan Hei JoiAnn Mihp,.ddlfghter of Mr. *ft»d Mrs Edwin'Mino, became the bri^-Of .puane Harold Price, son of If f; ahd-Mrs Harold Price, Wes!cy f in a Ceremony Sunday afternoon'}., Jtjhe 4. in First Methodist sliurcH, Mre. Rev. Newton Coug- ^enhour, officiated at ,the ceremony. Mrs". V. K. Rising was or- in'st and .Janssen and Mrs 3cycrly dstereamo sang, ' ( Judy Mar'.owe was maia of 'loftor and bridesmaids were Mino and Pat Bailey. Bob Beer was best man and ushers wefg George Oslerr imp anh Jitti Preston. '; , .The b,ride, escorted to the altar ! jy, her father, Wpre a white satiij gowtt with a la'fce bodice and a Sabrina neckline outlined, .with tiny pearls and irridescerlt sequins. The bouffant skirt h'ad ace.jhserts and swept:, into c a Chapel train. Her finger-tip veil was held in place by a psarl Studded pure silk crown. She carried a deep 'throat orchid on a white Bible, ••-• •••"• Immediately following the cere,j mony a reception was held for 150 guesits in the church t parlors. Mrs. Leslie Mino cut the five tiered wedding cake, Mrs ' Harold Mino • poured and .Maribel Mino presided at the punch bowl. Dip- ing room hostess was Mrs James Preston. Waitresses were Laura Mino, Darflene Mino, Diarte Mino, Nancy Patterson, Jan Olsen and "Sheryl plspn. Diane' Markla and Karen Setter were in charge of the guest book, and Mary Arndorfer, Zulabel An- keribauer arid Jb Ann'Klemm, the gifts, , , T. ".•-•.!• The bride is a graduate of Algona high school with the ; class of 1960 and is employed at Dean's ^ * j% i 16 Ren To lay,Laag«lt, manager^df iKe Algoni THeaire. recently cbriduclea ti rearch to_fihd .IKe. argel ly.Tn the area-,with the idea being to present every^member of fthe'toindy a freeJcket to ohe the area—.with the idea being to present every member of ithefamily a tree rpcisei.TO one oltheshow3i"s of "The Trapp Family", which will show here Thursday through Saturday, June 8-10. ' And he found a large family -'.the Louis Reilly3 of Algona, Ray printed an enyelope full. ol.tick- ets to Mia Reilly Thursday morning, June 1, and then she lined up her 14 children and the group posed for a picture. . , ' • , r?. ._."'• „ Shown, left to,right, front row, are Matthew 7, Bernadette 6, Therese 5 ; Angela 3, and Shaun,2.; Second row, left ,to riglit, Eileen 13,-Sharon-12, Kathleen 10, Christopher^ kn& Mark 8. Back row, 6ft to right, Mary Beth if/Edward 16, Michael 14, and Mrs Reilly ho ding > he baby, Maureen, 10 manths. A ' w •••; .^_^i..j 41._ •—_i j««. n t "The Trapp'-Family here, and told Mr Langfitt, let's have more like this". (UDM Newsfoto -.En- 1 JK14 Vt ATAaA'J *^*--V»* A I f , .uu .1 *-.» *-. -.—I -.--—..— , - , , — ., Mrs Reilly watched the preview showing of "The Trapp Family "The Trapp Family is marvelous in every way 1 - fl - h °"" mr>ro llkp graving) graduated from / Wesley high school with the'class bf 1958 arid is a mechanic at/Buffalo Center. jewelers. The bridegroom was They wtll live at Wesley. New Sergeant Charles Simmons, who for the past 10 years has been driver'f license .examiner for the lowe Highway Patrol in this area, has been promoted to the, rank >of Sergeant and traiisferred to Manchester. Thomas Cogdall, Dyersville, recent highway patrol graduate, will be the new driver'; examiner here. '•. A 102-mile an houV chase thai ettded with the arrest of Don. aid Doocy'. of Bancroft r-.sulte'i.. in- <&• $100 fine and costs for ,thr driver in Mayor C. C. Shierk 1 . court here" Saturday, Doocy was apprehended by Pa-~ trolman Dick Pedersen Friday night four miles north Of Burr on highway 169 after a chase o. f several miles and appeared herf for the hearing. , ''< Several other spebders alst paid fines in" Shierk's, cSurt. The; w'ere Clinton Allihson, De? Moines, |10, Gordon Heyer, Buffalo Center, $12, Bryan L.nnah Algona, $20, Burrcll Buren, Britt M2, Dale Noethe;. Fonda, $12 Robert Schilt^, Bancroft, . $15. Others who piiid firtes fohow ; ing' pitanuU'cUy iiediirigs' .weri Ueiieiueldj Aisuna, $0 lignt, Joan Garman, Cor- wnii, *u, uiegdi pai'iymg, Hai'vtjj iiedirtg, Uttdseh, $5, tailing . , U ; yield the right-of-way; Leortai'i Kblst; Algonii, iflOj failing to have Contioi 61 veuicle, Edward Johnson, Wesley, $1D, stop sign, iiai ' Loss, Algona, $10, rto trailer tai 1 . light, William McCullough, Cor- With, $6, failing to have control ;>Dubifque-Mth the lat* the MttB.Jehn, the jlifuoi; eoileg& at.Ma|bfl City, •Ma ,eorrip / letea,hei' yfeai-'tf.wofk ^fid is ttomd for the giihimef, She^ will return 'to MaSoii City in the fall. v Mr, and Mrs, G6«6 Mead aati Mary;Jeah spent the-, weekend at Des Moines f with Mr. attd Mh. C. W. Connor, M.r. Connor was recently dismissed from the Methodist hospital following, major surgery. Mr. Biid M». Ray McCorkle of Austin, Minn, and Mrs. James Powers and Mrs. Fred Martin of Melbpurne spent Decoration Da> in Algona. Mrs. 'McCorkle and Mrs. Powers 'are 'daughters at 'Jvs. Martin. 6f Vehicle, gona, $10, drive, and John Simmons, Al- allowing minor to 'Jonathan Simmons Algona, ;$10, failing to have control of vehicle and $10, driviiif without a license. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook arc spending ten'days at thei'Okbbo- jis'- after which they will return home and make preparations for a, five week vacation on the west: To Retire M/Sgt. John Tli Stewart, fbr- •ler /*.'"iTO"ari, \*T«',ed, friends, in '.^igpila aficl Kp^suth county'..dur- ng trie 'past w^ek. Noiv stationed •t Ch'h.1 ).i .Sherman. AFB, Oklahoma, hs.will retire from the U.S. ill- -i'Rviie! Ju > ie,30 arid rilpve with •'V ! ^.fMf«i ! 1v ici-Oirlatldb, Fla. He has been in the .service more than ^0 • c.ju-0 and si'^du.^rf from Algona ligh' school -In. 1938.; ', READ'S READ'S^ READ'S READ'S READ'S WE DON'T PARE READ'S READ'S E PR 1C f S H W > q CO 3 BIG DAYS! OF VERY SPECIAL SELLING! THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATU Under our new business policy, our year ends June 30th and the new year begins July 1st. That's why we're staging this hard-hitting store-wide sale. It's important that we reduce our tremendous inventory now before our new year begins. We'll be out to move truckloads of furniture, and can back up our intentions with the best price reductions ever. • COME TO THIS SALE! We don't care how —by bus, train; boat, car or horseback _i_ BUT GET HERE! We'll also be open Friday night as usual. Sale ends at 5:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. OPEN FRIDAY EVENING SEEING IS BELIEVING! I Notice to Our w "4 • We could print a full page of sale prices, but often prices are confusing and deceiving, and don't do justice to the merchandise on sale. All we ask, is that you come in and see the quality Brand Name furniture and accessories that are being offered at LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES! WE ARE OUT TO REDUCE OUR STOCK and have MARKED SCORES OF ITEMS BELOW OUR COST1 Seeing is believing! SALE WITHOUT GIMMICKS! 9 Rather than spend money for door prizes, free gifts to the first 100 ladies (which is common for promotional events) we'ye decided to offer nothing b,ut old-fashioned sale prices which is TO YOUR ADVANTAGE. WE DON'T DARE PRINT PRICES — THEY'RE SO LOW THEY FRIGHTEN US! Remember, we want this to be a sale you'll long talk aboutl Customers. This is a once-in-a-year slock reduction of floor samples, discontinued and distressed merchandise, These prices, will not include your usual service and extras at Read's, We invite you to tike advantage of this merchandise with this understanding, DON'T TAKE OUR WORD! f Positively Not! Pon'f take our word for the sizzling reductions we'll be offering during this event, Qome iti, and see for .yqurjrilf;. WE WANT VOU TO COMPARE! WE WANT YOU TO BELIEVE (hi YbUjt OWN MlNP THAT THIS IS THE SAl,E OF A.LU SALES! I) you RSve to borrivyTmoney to. piy Rr your purchases, you'll be farther,a|,e|i thfn .fc turn, ^WH «Hr ofNrs.' We will expe?t 10% down •+* and full payment by ' YOU MUST ACT THIS • Yog have only tf|^» no intentions of proipptin< we'll be taking* In pr«f^ f| erdtn at sale pr|c«§, H(' on a route basis. If you BE IORRYI Take i '«' COMPLETE UOxME CONSULTING SE1WCE - WIST OF pOUiiTHOUSE SQUAKE IN

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