The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1957 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 21, 1957
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LAKOTA, RINGSTED GIRLS WIN Victors, First Round Districts Cage Meets Two girls basketball teams! from this area passed first round tests and moved into semi-final found action in district tournaments this week. Ringsled advanced with a 44-37 win over Newell at Pocahonias Monday night and Lakoia blasted Rock Rapids, 63-47, at Spencer Tuesday night, LuVerne, with a 1P-4 record. posed n road-block for Ringsted (20-2) and Plover (17-4) met Truesdale (19-4) in semi-final games at Pocahontas last nipht (Wednesday). Either Ringsted' or LuVerne will move on. Finals of this meet will be held Friday night. Semi - final games at Spencer will be held tonight, Thursday, with the finals on tap Saturday night. Ringsted had trouble in its opener with Newell. The losers bounced into an 18-13 bulge in- the first period, and remained on top, 27-24, at the half. Ringsted then held Newell to a meager •ten points during the final 16 minutes to take the verdict. The winners led 34-31 at the three- quarter mark. JoAnn Andreasen got 26 points and Hansen ten for Ringsted, while Janice Arnold topped both teams as she counted 29 for Newell. Lakota got better as the game progressed in its win over Rock Rapids. The Kossuth entry led 26-18 at the half and went on to win handily as Karen Thompson led the scoring with 30 points. Melvin downed Dickens, 52-.4S, in the other contest at Spencer Tuesday night. *-AI§om» (to.) Uppsr Des Molnsi Thursday, Feb. 21, If $7 'jf^ KOSSUTH COUNTY "1 S P ORT SJ IhMMMMBMMMWMaNBBaaBMaMaMMMMN^Mn^BM^H^MMtMl^MMMHriHli Boys Teams Enter Section Tournaments Next Week Straight! Cagers 21 Burt Enter District Hurt's high-flying boys basketball team completed an unprecedented regular season with an easy 57-41 victory over Woden at Woden Friday night. The win gave the Bears a perfect record of 21 straight, unequalled by any previous Burt team and possibly bet- ier than any team in the county in history. Coach Ray Ihnen's boys also ran their record to 45 wins Vnd only three losses over the past two • years. The Bears, who dropped a 6961 decision to demons in the first round of the district meet at Latimer last year after winning 22 straight, will swing down the tournament irail when they meet Ledyard in the first round of the sectional "at Ringsted Tuesday night, Feb. 26. They are favored to take the title and move into district play, . After a tight first period, the Woden game was Burt's all the way. The Bears were in front 14rlO at the end of the quarter and held the upper hand 25-18 at halftUne, A red-hot third quarter barrage put the game on ice. The •winners rolled to a 43-28 bulge and the win was assured as four men got into double figures in the scoring column. Big John Smidt was the leader with 24 ppints. Gary Giddings added 14 and Jerry Garman and Norm Mitchell ten each. Hinders led the losers with 16, followed by rager with Jl. Woden took a 37-14 decision in the opener, a second team con- Boys sectional basketball tournaments wil get underway Monday night, with teams from Kossuth county involved in four tourneys in this area. There are two class A and two class B meets included. Swea City, Bancroft St. John's, Titonka and Algona from this county, and Buffalo Center, make up the field at Titonka. Action will begin at 7:30 Monday when Titonka and Buffalo Center collide. • The other, class A meet is at Rolfe. Twin Rivers, West Bend and Boone Valley from this area will try to make it hot for Rolfe and Humboldt in the race for the title. Play begins Tuesday when West Bend and Boone Valley meet at 7:30. The B meets are at Corwith and Ringsted. LuVerne, St. Cecelia's of Algona, St. Joe, Woden, Crystal Lake, Goldfield, Coi with, Wesley and Klemme are in the running. Three games will get the meet underway Monday, with the Wesley-Klemme contest the first on the slate at 6 p.m. At Ringsted, Seneca, Fcnton, Ledyard, Burt, Grant, Lone Rock, Dplliver, Ringsted and Lakota will battle it out. The opener will find Ringsted meeting Lakota at 7*.30 p.m. Monday. Two streaks, of opposite varieties, will be put on the line during the sectional meets. -Algona will try to snap a nine-game losing string, while Burt will be out to maintain its unbeaten status, which has carried the Bears to 21 straight during the regular season. Trudy Bess Wins Free Throw Title Titonka — Trudy Bess, daughter of Mr and Mrs Darnell Bess, took first place honors in the free throw contest at the sectional tournament, Monday, Feb. 18, and will go to Pocahontas for the district tournament. She dropped in 22 of 25 tosses from the charity line lo win the ciown and the right to enter district competion. She 5s a junior in Titonka high school and was a high scoring forward on the Girls basketball team. Academy Victor Sunday, 66-32 St. Cecelia's Blue Knights wound up their season schedule with a resounding 66-32 verdict Over Presentation of Whittemore in the high school gym. here Sunday afternoon. The Knights, who finished with a 6-13 won-lost mark, will tangle with LuVerne in the.first round of the sectional tournament at Corwith next Monday night, Feb. 25. A well-rounded scoring attack escorted the Knights past Presentation. Held to a 9-7 margin in the first eight minutes, the locals began blasting away at will and found , themselves on top, 28-15 at half time. Jim Erpelding and Mark Seeley topped.the locals with 14 points each. Cecil Schilmoeller got ten, Jim Cink nine and Bob Cink eight for the Knights, while Kirsqh got 14 for Presentation. Bill Rich Goes To State Meet Bill Rich, heavyweight, won his way to the state wrestling .|i&ttrnarnent at Cedar Falls this weekend as Algona's grappiers grabbe d fifth place in the district meet at Qsage last Friday and Saturday, • -BiU'e wrestling fortunes were good until last weekend! was moved to the heav>> class by Coach Champ when it due to jnan in that only was found a lack of a weight. He to reach a - grappler, Jason toad a shot at a iJftSWl, who ggt his l --*e of action at a S«0 decision to ampion in the first 103 Ib. weight n won Jus first Consolation bracket, " the next time total ot six Jim Walker's 232 Line Tops Jim Walker turned in the top line during the week at Hawkeye Lanes, a 232 count ' that topped all other efforts. Other men over 200 were Chuck Davis 213, Bill Geering 205, Clayt Pittman 222, Paul Engen 225, Ed Richter 201, 201. Bill Prior 209, Ed Wittkopf 209, Norm Gade 200, Hollis Benschoter 222, John Piekman 204, Dick Cowan 209, Joe Culbertson 203, Hartley Hutchinson 215, Bill Johnson 231 and Alf Schultz 222. On Honor Roll The I.S.T.C. honor roll for fall quarter of 1956 was announced this week by the Dean of Instruction Office. An Algona student, James Bunkofske was listed among the students who maintained a 3.25 or above average for the fall quarter. James is a junior, and the son of Mr and Mrs H. T. Bunkofske of Algona. Top Larry Scores Jim Hoffman was the top keg- ler at Larry's Lanes this week with a 215 Une. Other men over 200 included Martin Eischen 202, Cliff Teeter 208, C. McGinnis 214, Zeke Winkel 200 and F. Froehlich 202. P. 0. Closed Friday The Algona Post Office will be cjosed all day, Feb. 23, Washington's Birthday. The lobby will be open all day but no window business will be conducted nor will there be any mail deliveries in the city or on the rural routes. All incoming and outgoing mail ; " |»e worked as usual *8X?$&* **ro u y spends , $150400 per year on a vacation, according to AAA. jEtere tu-« «&ore than 2,000 lakes w»hm», the boundary of the State of Maine. Safety Award Made To Algona Pedestrian safety was the topic for discussion at a luncheon meeting at the Johnson House Monday noon. Featured speaker was Ray Etringer of Waterloo, traffic safety consultant for the American Automobile Association of Iowa. Supt. O. B. Laing of Algona high school, Walter McBride, principal at Bryant, Robert Stephenspn, student d r i v e r' s training instructor, Police Chief Al Boekelman, policeman Rich Groen, Jim Wychor, KLGA manager, Bill Steele, Chamber of Commerce secretary, and Don Smith of the Upper Des Moines were present at the meeting. Etringer presented a 7-year achievement award to the city and complimented Algona on its school patrol system. He also' pointed out Algona was one of the top cities in the state in pedestrian safety, with no fatalities here since February, 1948. The award, made for the year 1955, will hang at the city hall. ———-——^—— i Ralph Tice A Cancer Victim Funeral services for Ralph Tice, 67, former well-known Al- gonan, were held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Crumpacher Funeral Home at Monroe, la. Rev. Brong officiated and burial was in the Monroe cemetery. Mr Tice succumbed to cancel- Wednesday night, Feb. 13, in Municipal hospital at McAllen, Texas, his home for the past five years. He had been ill for the past six weeks. John Ralph Tice was born in Marion county Sept. 13, 1889, and grew up at Monroe. Ralph came to Algona after serving for 31 years with livestock feed firms at Cedar Rapids, Kansas City and Des Moines, and operated a feed and grain business here until moving to Texas. He was a livestock nutritionist. Ralph, who became as well known for his,ever-present cigar as for his pleasant personality, was popular here with many persons. Survivors include his wife, Marty, a sister, Hazel, and brother, Robert, of Monroe. A brother, his father and mother preceded him in death. Algona Woman's father Passes .Henry Riihl. 7fi, father of Mrs Arthur Scliweppe of Algona, died Monday night following a heart attack in a Mesa, Ariz, hospital. He had been ill for the past month. Funeral arrangements were incomplete at press time, but rites will be held later this week at St. James. Minn., his former home. Mrs Schwoppe and her brother, Kenneth Riihl, of St. James, visited their father three weeks ago. Mr Riihl. who lived most of his life at St. James, had lived with the Srhweppes here for the past two years. He went to Arizona in November for a winter vacation. Mr Sc-hweppe and Stu Albright, local airport manager, flew to Mesa Tuesday to return the body to St. Jarnes. V Survivors, besides Mrs Sch- wcppe and Kenneth, are two other daughters, Mrs Clyde Johnson, California, and Mrs Ed Munsterman, St. James. Mrs Felhauer Rites Saturday Last rites for Mrs Andrew Felhauer, 85, a resident of Algona for several years, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in McCullough's Funeral Chapel. Rev. Harry Whyte, Methodist minister, officiated, and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Mrs Felhauer died Thursday morning, Feb. 14, at St. Ann hospital, following an illness of several months. A stroke was cause of death. Alice Cordelia Collinson, daughter of Thomas Collinson and Hannah Robbins, was born Mar. 6, 1871 in Illinois. She was married to Andrew Felhauer April 23, 1892, at West Bend, after spending her early life on the family farm in Illinois. The Fel- hauers lived at West Bend, Algona, Saskatchewan} and British Columbia in Canada, Oroville, Cal., and returned here three years ago. Mr and Mrs Felhauer had "a son, Carl V., who was killed in an accident while on duty as a lieutenant with the Canadian Air Force in England. Survivors include her husband; Andrew, and two sisters, Mrs Loila)<rPr'ahl and ; Mrs L/ A. TWp- ond, all of Algona. Pallbearers at the funeral were Tom and Jim Vipond, Wilbur Reinders, Richard T r u n k h i 11, Hanford Brock and Clarence Diers. Clifton Wickey, Livermore, Dies Funeral services lor Clifton Wickey, 53, of Livermqre, formerly of Algona, were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Lindhart funeral home in Humboldt. Rev. L. C. Jensen of the First Lutheran church officiated. Burial was in Union cemetery in Livermore. Mr Wickey died Saturday evening at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge, after haying suffered a heart attack earlier in the day. He is survived by his wife; one daughter, Mrs Harold Wood of Rodman; and four step-children, Mrs Charles Jacobson of Cresco, Mrs George Rich of Algona, Mrs Melvih Johnson of Humboldt, and Burdette Goldfield. 01 Dr. Evans, Wife Hurt in Crash Dr. and Mrs $. A. Evans of Algona each received minor cuts and bruises Monday morning when they were struck by an auto at a downtown intersection at Mason City. Driver of the car was Marie P. Comstock of Chicago. Dr. and Mrs Evans were crossing at First street S. E. and Delaware when the mishap occurred. The car was headed south on Delaware at the time. Dr. Evans was treated for a bruise on his left leg and Mrs Evans for a bruise on the left hand and shock at Park hospital following the accident. Dr. Evans was in satisfactory condition Monday afternoon, while Mrs Evans was released, Mrs Comstoqk, 26, posted $25 appearance bond and was to appear in police court later on a charge of careless driving. At Scout Mooting A local fcroup attended a work committee mating'for the Girl Scouts,, Feb. is at Ruthven, among them Mrs Helen Mikes, Mrs Marian kalarre, and Mrs Pick Norton. WANT ADS BJUWG RESULTS Concert Ass'n Election Held Election of officers of the Kossuth County Community Concert Ass'n was held last week, with the following results: President, Wes Bartlett; first vice president, Gene Hutchins; second vice president and membership chairman, Mrs John Schuttfer, with Mrs Nat Bangs as co-chairman; third vice president, Glen Gabrielson. Mrs Julian Chrjschilles was named publicity charman, Mrs M. H. Brower is secretary, and Ed Gilmore is treasurer. Concert chairmen are Mrs Harry Greenberg and Russell Giijter. A membership drive win begin April 22. A regular program will be offered Thursday, Feb. 28, when The Revelers will appear at the high school at 8 p.m. They are a vocal group. , On Dean's List Albert E-Urch, son of Mr and Mrs Irving Urch of Algona, was one of ten Iowa students n,amed on the dean's list of students making A or B averages during the first semester, at Bob Junes University at Greenville, South Carolina. Urr;h, a graduate of 41gona high school, is a senior in the school of religion at the university. The .tallest active volcano in the world is Cotopaxi, in Equador. It is 19,344 feet high. Franz l-ehar once served as a band master in the Austrian Army. Marconi, inventor of wireless telegraphy, received the Nobel for i&ysics in }0Q9. j Going to Tournament Algona will be well represented in the State Women's Bowlins Tournament at Council Bluffs this weekend when 20 women from here descend on the alleys Saturday. The group will leave Algnna at 0:30 a.m. Saturday by rhartered bus and return home again Sunday. The women are: Jeri McKean, Eulalia Altman, Mwjorie Illg, Fran Wiese. Helga Bellomy, Maxine Sweet, Hattie Robinson, Jackie Sangwin. Bertha Thuente, Mary Lytle, Vera Erpelding, Leona Erpelding, Irene Hanig, Sandra Hudson, Leona Wilhelmi, Ruby Murtha, Arlene Knoll, Helen Kirkland, Jackie Laing and Norm a Bierle. Farewell For Carrolls A farewell bridge-dinner was given at the Country Club recently for Mr and Mrs John Carroll who h.ave moved to San Jose, Calif. Those in attendance were Mr and Mrs Richard Burt, Mr and Mrs Jack Chrischilles, Mr and Mrs Julian Chrischilles, Dr. and Mrs Harold Erickson, Dr\ and Mrs Robert Horton, Mr and Mrs Ted Herbst and Mr and Mrs Roland Ostwald of near Whittemore. Another courtesy dinner for the Carrolls was 'given Friday at the Country club by Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison, Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan and Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman. Courtesy For Visitor Mrs Lv-E. Linnan, Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley and Helen Dingley gave a buffet supper and bridge last week Wednesday honoring M r s Marie Faikenhainer of Oakland, Calif. Prizes were won by Mrs M. G. Bourne and Mrs H. M. Pletch. Mrs Faikenhainer who came to attend the Murtagh-Thoreson wedding has been a house guest of Mr and Mrs Eugene Murtagh. She left Saturday for her home at Oakland, Calif., going as far as Des Moines with Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne. * A Farewell Party Friends and neighbors of Mr and Mrs Mike Stoffel, who are moving from Algona to a farm, near Willrnar, Minn., dropped in for a visit Sunday. They were Mr and Mrs Ed Frideres, Mr and Mrs Wayne Ohnenus, Mr and Mrs Ken Roethler, Mr and Mrs Albert Kramer, Mr and Mrs John \\'e .-iert an ot '.ifair. . .d M> Grove, and their families. Lunch for the group was furnished by ^the guests. Hostess At Party Kendra Seely entertained at a combination Valentine and birthday party Wednesday, Feb. 13, for her llth birthday. Games were played and at 6 o'clock a supper was served to guests who were Rosann Madson, Lana .Gerber, Judy Munger, Patty Price, Mary Ann Sigsbee, Diane Riley, Nancy .Muckey, Carolyn Satrln, Barbara Kuchenreuther, Marian Braun. Kendra received many lovely gifts. Birthday Party Mrs Roland Bode gave a party Saturday afternoon, Feb. 16, in honor of the fifth birthday of her daughter Patrice. Guests were Mrs Calvin Bode and Norma, Mrs H. J, Bode, Evelyn Bode, Mrs Harold Bode, Mrs Marvin Calhoun, Randy anrd Lori, Mrs August Kirschbaum, Mrs Leo Kirschbaum, Kenneth, Allen and Roger and Mrs Andrew Miller and Beverly. Engaged To Wed My and Mrs L. R. Lovington of Chariton have announced the engagement of their daughter to Donald Hiserodt .son of Mr and Mrs Victor Hiserodt. The wedding will take place in June. 'Miss Lovington is teaching at Melbourne and her fiance will be graduated in March from the Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. Janet Ann, daughter of Mrs Florence Hammer and the late William Hammer, whose engagement to Paul Rustemeier, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Rustemeier of Bancroft, has been announced, plans a summer wedding. She is teaching at Belmond and the groomrelect is attending I.A.B. school at Des Moines. Four Corners Club » The "Four Corners" Mothers and Daughters club met Thursday, Feb. 14, with Mrs Cecil Bjustrom assisted by Mrs Orville Holdren. Twenty-one members and two guests were present. The extension lesson was on window display and draperies and was given by Mrs Merlin Walker and Mrs John Rich. spent Sunday at Boxholm, going there to attend the fortieth wedding anniversary celebration of the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Martin Larson. Card Club Hosts Mr and Mrs Roland Bode were hosts to the members of their card club Sunday evening. Other members who were present were Mr and Mrs Gerald Brown ot Corwith, Mr and Mrs Leo Kirschbaum of Sexton, Mr and Mrs Vernon Platt of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs William Lamuth, Mr and Mrs Herman Thilges and Mr and Mrs Allen Wagner. High score prizes were won by Mrs Gerald Brown and Mr Platt. Low score prizes went to Mrs William Lamuth and Gerald Brown. Attend Initiation Mrs Mabel Lee, Josie McEvoy and Mrs Nellie Van Allen attended a C. D. of A. initiation and banquet Sunday at the Wau- kansa hotel, Fort Dodge. Controversy Over Will Is Settled In Court Here The grouse is known for its drumming sound caused by beating of its wings against its body. ORDINANCE NO. 385 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 348 ENTITLED "AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE ELECTION AND APPOINTMENT OF CITY OFFICIALS, PROVIDING FOR THEIR COMPENSATION AND HE- From DIAMONDS WIGWAM Niece's Wedding Mrs Eppo Bulten is leaving Friday for Omaha, to attend the wedding Saturday jnqrning of her niece, Betty Louise Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Smith. Mrs Bulten will be house guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Smith. Anniversary Mr a&i Mr* W, M. After "Big Volume Daze" h?ld in Wigwam, Big Chief Bald Eagle him pretty tired out from wrapping lots of merchandise, put in wagons for palefaces to haul home. Big Chief iakum short vacation/ go to Union Slough, pitch pup tepee, smokum pipe, huntum jack-rabbits, have squaw makum good stew. Me back now, rested up, feelum fine. Me gottum more good buys in Diamond's Wigwam, more good low prices keep Wig-warm for paleface shoppers. You come gettum stuff off gaspiperacks, you save plenty wampum right now, loo. You go mailum letter at Post Office, come oul, come across street to Diamond's Wigwam, you see. ' * * * Dick Post's stagecoach arrive at back door of Wigwam, him unload for us box Kid's Warm Sweat Shirts, heavy kind, keep kid warm like everything, these with Nylon neck. We asking only 99c these heavy Kid's Sweat Shirts, come get sum so your kid can sweat it out. Wigwam also got real good buy now t Just come in Now Here 1 Sport Shirts All New Spring Styles Plenty Neat New Colors QQ »VV TWO FOR $3.50 No iron. Short sleeves. Swell fabrics. Swell colors. All sizes for all men. Those real fine Sport Shirts, you betcha! If you a squaw reading this be sure tellum brave to gettum two those Sport Shirts. Him be real happy then, you betchal * * * Me want to hittum lick for our Work Shoes too. Spring come, palefaces gottum more work to do, sometime; walk in mud. Diamond's Wigwam got fine stock heavy cork sole work shoes. Goodyear welt keep water out plenty good, brave drop acid on shoe, no hurt. We sellum these work shoes low price, no hurt pocketbook, either. Wigwam across from Post Office now got lots plenty good heavy Tarps. farmer get one. throw over wagon, come to town with load, keep load dry. These iarps plenty good ones, got reinforced holes, plenty strong stitch, mg so no come apart, Take big spike to iearum, too. You come here, ask see Tarps. we showum you but plenty fast, ,,, w * so* plwtfy •*«« right in Wigwam now ~- bring whole tribe in and sittum round, smoke pipe wilh us. Big Chief Bald Eagle DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Across From Pest Office Seyeral decisions pertaining to district court crises have been handed out here in the past three days. A stipulation of settlement, in regard to the estate of Earl Bates, deceased, Was made out of court Monday. The four Bates children, Kenneth, Harold and Keith Bates, and Betty Janssen, and Mr Bates' former wife, Gertrude Faulstjch, were each awarded $500. Dorothea Georgeson, beneficiary of the Bates will as filed, \yi\l retain the remainder of the estate. She is from Berlin, Wise. Objections to the will had been filed previously by the children and former wife of Mr Bates, and the case was due to be heard in court when the settlement was reached. • Paul C. Geilenfeld. trustee for the estate of Augusta and Charles Geilenfeld, was plaintiff, and Charles A. Geilenfeld et al, defendants, in an equity case. Paul C. Geilenfeld was given the right to^ sell an apartment house on PEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT," 6Y INCREASING THE NUMBER or APPOINTIVE "OTHER POLICE OFFICERS" FROM FOUR TO SIX. WHEREAS. Ordinance No. 348 provides thnt the appointive police officers of the City of Algona shall be tho City Marshall, Deputy City Marshall and four other police officers and, WHEREAS, the City Council is of the opinion thnt a change should be made In said Ordinance in order to Increase the number of "other police officers" to six, NOW. THEREFOR, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITV OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section 1. Section 1 of Ordinance No. 348. of the Ordinances of the Cltv of Algona, Iowa, entitled: "AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE ELECTION AND APPOINTMENT OF CITY OFFICIALS. PROVIDING FOR THEIR COMPENSATION AND REPEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT" is hereby amended by striking out the phrase "Four oth&r Police Officers" under the heading "Appointive Officers ' and substituting in its place the north .Tonps street ns it was not making money rnough for upkeep. ., All money cleared from the sale will then be invested in-securities and the annual income from the investment will go to Mrs L. Geilenft-ld Furstenau in lieu of funds formerly brought in by rental of the apartments. A judgment for $110.76, costs and interest was awarded to Monte A Scobba, plaintiff, from Bruce C. Skitter, defendant, over an account due Scobba s Skelly Service for gas and oil. In other eases, Marcella Larson was granted a divorce from Eugene Larson and given custody of. a minor daughter, and LeRoy A. Graham received a suspended 90- day jail sentence when he changed his plea to guilty on an OMVI charge. Fie was paroled. phrase 1 "Six othpi Police Officers". Section 2. Sfrtioii 2 of said Ordinance No 34R Is hereby nnu-niled Ijv striking the first senlcnro of (lie second paragraph of said Section 2, which now reads "The Mayor shall appoint the City Mnrshnll. the Deputy City Marshall and the four additional police officers." and substituting in its place the following sentence: "The Mayor shall appoint the City Marshall, the Deputy City Marshall and tho six additional police officers." Section 3. This Ordinance, being deemed of immediate linpnHnnep. will be in full force anrt effect from and after its passage and publication as nrovided by law. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Citv Council of the City of Algona. Iowa, this 13th day of February. 1957. David A. Smith City Clerk APPROVED by me this 13th day of February, 1J»B7. ' „, , , I)r Cameron C. SHierk Mayor AUTHENTICATION The foroKoing Ordinance No. 385 of the Ordinances of the City of Algona, Iowa. Is hereby duly iHithenti- ted this -IHIh day <n February. 1057. Dr. Cameron C. Shlerk Mayor op A T Dnvid A. Smith City Clerk In Observance of ALGONA BANKS will be CLOSED FRIDAY, Feb. 22 IOWA STATE BANK SECURITY STATE BANK VICTOR TREASURE CHEST VALUABLE PAPERS ARE ALWAYS lAKIT . ALWAYS PROTECTED ... How efNn havf you wnttrnploftd putting yeyr volvoblt (n 9 toft df pofi) box , « . ytt httltattd bwoyit ye« pr could net hevt Immodlott occ«u to th«m whtn yo« nttdtd Htrt'i your aniwtrl Tht VICTOR TREASURE CHIST d etrtlfltd It prefect iti conttnt* for at l*oit on* hour from flqmw «nd htfli rtoching 1700 'P. Handy for horn* or offlet, It b tatfaAtry flec««!bl* ytt providti 24-hour a day prottotloi fro* iff 4* ycvr l*lt»r», poptn, jtwflry or other prlitd pofttlftoiHt WVfSnOATI THIS ICONQMY IN RECORD INSURANCI Sfi IT ON BI5PUY ATi UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO.

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