The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1961 · Page 6
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Thursday, December 21, 1961
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r •>" The above phoio shows the remains of the famous Plantation Ballroom, located about three miles northwest of Whittemore, which hurried down in the early ,hours Sunday. The fire was discovered by a passing trucker who turae'd Jn a fire alarm. The huge.building was reduced to rubble in a hurry. It was a frame structure and' WHerHliremeh from Whitterrtor£ arrived at the scene the entire building Was in flames. Everything inside was destroyed and Owner H. R, Pettit stated following the" fire that damage would undoubtedly exceed $l,0u,{)00,, ' A steady strearh ef: traffic to and from the scene, cari carrying persons interested ill viewing the remains, was noted most of ihe day Sunday. Heat from.the blaZe.was so intense that all snow and ice was melted completely^dn ttie'sorith<'s|d&of the building. (UtlM Newsfoto - Kngravirig) ft—Algona (let.) Upper DM Moine» Thursday, December 21, 1961 t , . 4 , I t C >; . reading.twhich should come up Jan. 10, and^ pass* the ordinance after the second reading, scheduled for Dec. 27. -'" ' The proposed zoning change involves ' approximately eight half- blocks on East Call street between Moore, and Wooster streets and would'switch the area 'from' fhulti- ,ple dwelling, to; commercial 2ona By a vote of 7-3, the zoning, qom- missiori recommended the change to the council during an earlier meeting. fDUring£,$at meeting, a total, of 51 property owners and residents in-the proposed changeover area presented a petition of objection to the change* • • • " • Second Reading Of Rezoning Ordinance Set Algona's,,city'council heard the first readingj cjf-a p^qrodsgd r t ezoning ordinance, which' has met with approval IB some quarters and heated disapproval In others, Wednesday night, Dec. 13, -followirlg a two-hour open hearing. Under law, two more readings are necessary before a vote cart be taken on the matter. However, it is po«sible4o Waive the final ii^ Algona Woman's Mother Dies; Funeral Held Funeral services for Mable M. Worster, 577? Dolliver, ^dtnor of Mrs. C. R! Teeter of Algdh4-v^ere held at 2 p-m. .Friday at tne Methodist church at Dolliver. Rev. Jackson t Stiller and ,Rey. ftoger T-appmefrer ^officiated; ;and burial followed at Bolliyer. Mrs. Worstef died at 9:15 a.m. Tuesday, Bee. 12, at Holy.Fam- ily hospital, Estherville. Born, Dec. 25, 1883 near,Rolfe, she attended schools there and was married Mar. 31,,. 1909 to Mertdn C. Worster af 'Emmetsburg. They farmed in Kossutn county, until ,^941,, .whsn < they moved tpja fattn' south b£ (Dolli* ver. '-' ' '-.'•'.'• •' • 't J •••-.!' 'I>M'\ '•>. -V, V « Survivors, besides Mrs. Teeter, include 1 Ker. husband/ a .daughter, four sons; two sisters • aod 'five brothers. Everett Withams To Be Honored , 'On Anniversary Mr; arid 'Mrs. Everett Withafn, Baricroftj will be honored oh" their '50th wedding • -anniversary by their children : - a*t ari" Open House, pec 1 . 31 from-2,to 6 at the Legion Hall, -Lone Rock.-A cordial ihvitation is extended. to their relatives and friends "-to attend. . • .'. • i t- , They have , one : ,^^ v ^ f Bancroft, and three daughters, Mrs. Irene. Stolen Troy iGBove, 111-; Mrs. Pete Helmers (Delia), Jefferson, ,S. D.; Mrs. Raymond Green • (Ibna), Biirbank,' r Cal'.; Mrs. Robert Thiel" (Elleri), also of Jefferson; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. All plan to be present, weather permitting, (Long's : Studfo"; Photb •i UDM .Edgraving); y-« • - ' I INVINdlBLE.METAL 1 FttRNITURE f r a n'c hl's'e d dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona.- } ,, > ; ., ,. , MOND'S "GEMS OF THE WEEK" SALE I I : 5-OZ. BONDED DACRON INNER OR OUTERWEAR RE<3. $18.90 12.99 ALL SIZES S - XL MEN'S ZIPPER Overshoes Only $3.99 SIZES 8 To 12 i 17 - JEWELED INCABLOC WATCH • Unbreakable Mainspring • Shockproof • Waterproof • Sweep Second Hand 13.71 Plus Tax ^«^»<i«siijffiiMaujjiiiuja< YOUR CHOICE BOYS PARKAS SUBURBAN COAT? WASH & WEAR COATS Values to $11.99 NOT ALL SIZfeS Sizes 6 to 18 6.57 MEN'S Sport Shirts Values to $4.95 1 - J EW E L WATCH • 2-year Guarantee • Unbreakable Mainspring • Complete with Gift Case *7.99 Plus tax BQY'S ZIP-OFF HOOD PARKAS • PLUSH-LINED VINYL • SIZES 6 TO 18-3 Colors „ , SALE PRICE Regular . t , $9> " $ A 57 Value WlVJT MEN'S ALL RUBBER Overshoes • 5-BUCKLE • ALL SIZES • VALUES to $8.95f I '5.99 RUBBER - INSULATED BOOTS •FULL LACE •SIZES 7 to 12 Sale Price »8^ BOYS VIRGIN WOOL SALE PRICE SWEATERS 5" izes 10 to 18 • Non-lrritatina • Values to $8.95 ^VH^^ 9 Si?es 10 to 18 • Non-Irritating • Values to $8.95 DIAMOND'S HEADQUARTERS OF NORTHWEST IOWA" Sale of "THERMO" UNDERWEAR The Same Suit Sold for $3.88 Last Yearl Now for a limited time only I $1.99 Per Garment Warm up to 20 below. Perfected by the U. S. Navy. Warmth without IONQ weight Soft and SUIVil comforlable-never shrinks. Lowest Price In Town Harrison's Big Annual ' » J-ft \1, r%g^- >, ., ll Starts Tuesday, Dec. 26-9 a.m. HERE IS THE SALE-YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR! SAVI N3S IN EVERY DEPARTMENT I; 1 ,LOOK THESE OVEfe AND THEN COME.IN AND SEE THE OTHER BARGAINS I WE ARE GOING TO SELL THESE ITEMS - NOT INVENTORY THEM - SO COME GET YOUR SHARf I ENTIRE STOCK OF Girls Dresses SIZES 3 TO 14 - VALUES $1.98, $2.98, $3,$8, $4.98 AND $5.98 18" 3 Wha( does 1/3 off mean to you ? $1.98 Values go at $1.32 $2.98 Values go at $1.99 $5.98 Values go at $3.99 Saving you $1.99 each ENTIRE STOCK OF GHIIdren f s Jackets ''••:''.: SIZES 2 TO 14 - VALUES $2,98 TO $5.98 ; Some with Quilted Linings, Some with Hoods. BEACON BLANKETS FULL SIZE - SOLID COLORS SATIN BOUND - Reg. $3.98 Value ONE LOT OF ENTIRE STOCK OF Children's Slacks SIZES 2 TO 14 - VALUES $1.69 TO $3.98 /'CORDUROY AND WOOLS Ladies' Slacks SIZES 10 TO 20 - VALUES TO $5.98 LADIES' SWEATERS 1 • ..'.••'. Cotton, Bulky Knit & Orion Cardigans " i Reg. $2.98 Values $1.49 3 ONLY- LADIES' REVERSIBLE^ RAINCOATS Reg, $8.95 Value $5.55 4 ONLY - GIRLS' RAINCOATS Reg. $7.95 Value . $3.88 GIRLS' PJ.'S i i STRETCH STRETCHERS KNITS CORDS ENTIRE STOCK OF Ladies' Blouses Assorted Styles and patterns Reg. $1.98 $1.27 BED SPREADS SOLID COLORS - CHENILE - Full or Twin size Reg. $3.98 Values $199 I^ANCY BOXED PILLOW CASES f BIG SELECTION I VALUES TO $2.98 NO LIMIT ^ OFF Reg. $2.98 Value Reg. $1.98 Value $1.88 $1.33 ONE LOT OF TOYS PRICE CANNON BATH TOWELS 22 x 44, First Quality, Reg. 59c Value 2 for 77 C Matching Hand Towels 2 For 44c PIN-UP LAMPS Reg. $2.98 Values $1.88 TABLE LAMPS Reg. $5.98 Values $3.66 Kiddies' & Childrens' PJ< . $1.98 Sizes 3-16 FANCY ROUND METAl HOSTESS TRAYS Reg. $1.49 7 7c ASSORTED METAl SERVING TRAYS 2 For 88c COM6 SEE . . . . SEIECT . . . . BUY . , . : AT BISON'S 5c, lOc $1

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