The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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6-Algena (fa.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, August 4, 1955 V.F.W. Auxiliary Elects Officers Election of officers was held by the V.F.W. Auxiliary, recently, and Ellen Evcrs was named as president.:- ' Other officers elected were Alta Steven, senior vice, nml Dorothy Dunn, junior vice chairman: Genevieve Lundell, treasurer; Delia Finch, secretary; Ruth Black, chaplain; Mildred Zeigler, conductress; Luella Palmer, guard; Lenora Kinsey, Lucille Montgomery and Delia Finch, trustees. Color bearers are Alma Marshall, Joan Devine, Linnea Hiserodt and Lucille Johnson ;flag, Carrie Redems'ke; banner, Anna Larsen; historian, Wilnia Strayfcr; patriotic instructor, Darlenc fin- mcrfall; musician, Helen Chamberlain. Jailed Here In Bad Check Case Dave Truelsen was in the Kossuth county jail, yesterday, being unable to furnish bond of $500 on a charge of false drawing and uttering of a bank check for S23.- 75 cashed at the Chrome Service, and drawn on the Livermore Slate Bank. He will have to remain in jail until the September term of court unless bond is furnished. He was bound over to district court after a hearing before Justice C. H. Ostwinkle. In another court action, Julian Chrischilles and the Midwest Service Co. were named as joint defendants in'a suit for $103.25 brought, by the Humboldt Rural . Electric Co-Op. They allege a car driven by Mrs Chrischilles damaged one of their power poles Aug.' 19, J954, east of Algona, with the Midwest truck also being involved in the .mishap. 2 New Service Stations Open Two new Algona service stations, both on East State street, opened .for business ..during the past week. The S'kelly Service Station, operated by Monte Scobba, was ready for business Sunday. Scob- ba has*-' announced plans for a grand opening event in the near future. Nearing completion and open for business is the new Conoco Station; operated by Werner Struecker. The new building, located just oast of the old one. which was torn down, is not completed, but will be in the near future. There will be a picnic area with plenty of sliad^ behind the new building. Weather Levels Off - Only 94 The wenmer ievelcd off during the week — and settled on the hottest temperatures registered around here in a coon's age. Lowest reading was a chilly (i7 in the wee hours Monday morning, but, most persons got very little enjoyment out of it. High for the period was a dazzling 101 Sunday.. The temperature dropped to 98 Monday, but humidity increased and everyone suffered more than ever, according to Weatherman Stu Albright. Dale Hi L July 27 98 70 July 28 _. 98 72 July 29 98 72 July 30 100 74. July 31 101 75 Aug. 1 98 67 Aug. 2 94 70 Average readings ran from 12 to 14 degrees above normal during the, period. A fifth of an inch of rain fell Saturday. Dies On Operating Table, Ft. Dodge A young Corwith mother of four, Mrs Darrell Stockwell, 32, died while on an operating table in Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge at 10 p.m. Tuesday night. A baby born to her during the surgery also failed to survive. Mrs Stockwell was taken to the hospital during the day Tuesday, and was scheduled to undergo an operation for obstruction of the bowels early Wednesday morning. Her condition became serious during the evening, and emergency surgery was begun. MIDGET RACES 25 to 30 entries from St. Louis, Omaha, Kansas City, Sioux City, Minneapolis, Chicago and Texas. r FRIDAY NIGHT, AUG. 5 \ I Time Trials 7:30 P.M. Sports Park - Ft. Dodge Serious complications made it impossible to save her. An attempt w'as also made to delivef the baby which was due in tvvo weeks, bill it failed, also. : She is survived by four children and her husband. The family lives in Kossuth County, v/est of Corwith, and Mr Stockwe.1l is employed by the John Mullia Hybrid Corn Co. there. Funeral arrangements Were pending'at press time. New Cab Firm Opens Business Eldon Collins of Humboldt is the owner of ,the Algona Bus & Cab Co. which began business here this week, with headquarters at the European Hotel. The Sioux Bus Lines will also stop there. At the same time the Jefferson Transportation Co. announces that it will not stop at the Algona Hotel. The changes resulted from the failure of the old Algona Cab Co., which operated a bus station also, but went into bankruptcy last week. smelted the smoke and reported on Wee-hawken Heights, New it.. H. r ••». t..!._.. 11 \ Qt\A : the fire. Alexander Hamilton was kill' ed in a duel with Aaron Burr Jersey, July 11, 1804. Winning art argument Is the best way to lose a friend. Early Morning Farm Fire Call Algona's firemen answered a call to the McEnroe farm, 3M- miles east of Algona on McGregor street road at 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, and a small blaze was extinguished in the kitchen of a home rented by the Oscar Romer family. According to Fire Chief Ira Kohl, the blaze was touched off by a short in a radio in the corner of the room. The fire destroyed the radio, burned a hole in the wall and caused some smoke damage. Mr Romer Dere Folks: Do you all kndw -fhat there's going io be sutnpirt.' big happening on the night of August 15th — and that you can all watch it and enjoy it on your TV sets? . ' Yes sir! That's the night all the members of the Kossuth County Teen - agers Square Dance Club are going to perform, and you can see it on your TV screen over Channel 3, ' KGLO-TV, Mason Ci- There's gonna be a big bunch of the kids doin' the square dances over TV, with Bill Tjaden of Cresco doin' the callin'. Chet Cook of Algona is soria the head of arrangements. If you never saw these teen-agers doin' square dances, you just ain't seen nothin' yet. Oh yesl Almost fergoi . . . Ernie Williams will be there in person, too ... so you can see his smilin' face over TV also . . . 'cause he's the one that's sponsorin' the whole thingl So put down the date, Monday nile. August 15, 8:00 P.M.... and be sure to hev your TV tuned in to Channel 3. Presented by ERNIE WILLIAMS Your John Deere Dealer in Algona NOTICE - New Location - UNION BUS DEPOT at the EUROPEAN HOTEL, Algona SIOUX LINES, Inc. & ALGONA BUS & CAB PHONE 9OO For Cabs, Chartered Bus, Or Bus Tickets, Contact Your Union Depot Agent — Let Us Take Care of Your Transportation Needs. Algona Bus & Cab Co. ELDON COLLINS, Owner You Are Invited To A Special of Large Han^Colored PHOTOGRilHS That Will Be a Special Feature of the Annual Convention of The Professional Photographers of America at the CONRAD HILTON HOTEL in Chicago. • • Tuesday, Aug. 9, Only IN THE LOBBY OF THE HOME FEDERAL Savings & Loan Assn. ALGONA, IOWA The.24 Large Photographs Have Been Taken by Photographers From Coast to Coast — ana* Have Been Hand Colored by KAY ISAACSON of Brown's Studio, Algona, Iowa. This presentation of 24 large hand colored photographs is the same as will be shown in a special exhibit at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago from August 15 to 19 at the annual convention of the Professional Photographers of America . . . a meeting of some 3,000 photographers from the nation over. Kay Isaacson, hand colorist, of Brown's Studio in Algona, was selected to prepare these dramatic photographs in complete color, and as a rare treat for this area, they will be shown here ahead of the formal Chicago exhibition, where in addition to these photographs, Kay Isaacson will also conduct a three-day clinic in hand- coloring. You are most cordially invited to view tjiese 24 photographs in full color at this special exhibition to be held next Tuesday, August 9, in the lobby of the Home Federal Savings & Loan Association here from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. A Presentation By NELS and KAY ISAACSON Studio io — Algona •TV -, r I Your Chance To "Cool Off" May Be Coming Soon —- Two People Will Be Our Guests For A Whole Week At Fabulous Pine Beach on Gull Lake In Minnesota! FINE GRANULATED SUGAR Limit One-Please 10 Lbs. 89c NORTH STAR 7 OZ. TUNA Solid Pack - Light Meat 3 cans I9c CERTAINTY FLOUR 50 Lb. Cloth Bag $3.69 KRAFT 140Z. PKG. MAYFLOWER DILL PICKLES A Favorite QT Me JAR ^It MAYFLOWER CORN Whole Kernel or Cream Style 4cans49c New Crop STURGEON BAY CHERRIES Red Pitted NO. 10 CAN ASSORTED COLORS KLEENEX 400 Count Boxes boxes 79c NATURE RIPE SLICED 2 BOXES STRAWBERRIES .J9c STAR KIST TUNA PIES SNOW CROP 2 BOXES 29c 2 CANS Your Dollar Specials This Week ALCAPULCO CRUSHED NO. 303 CAN PINEAPPLE Scans $1 SPUNKY DOG FOOD 12 cans SI COLORED OR WHITE 12 ROLLS NORTHERN TISSUE $1 DUNCAN HINES (yellow, white, devil's food) CAKE MIXES 4pkgs. $1 JACK SPRAT OLEO.. 5 Ibs. $1 LEMONADE.....: 29c GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM V2 GAL. .J9c Check With Us On Your Canning Needs ! Elberta Peaches - Apricots Sing Cherries MAYFLOWER TOMATO CATSUP... 5Btls. $1 GIANT TIPE 59* MANCHESTER ASSORTED EIGHT VARIETIES YOUR CHOICE PKG. COOKIES 29c TASTE THE DIFFERENCE! RAY'S PURE (ALL MEAT) (GROUND DAILY) GROUND BEEF Ib. HORMEL'S All Meat Wieners Ib. 49C 39* DECKER'S VALUE Sliced Bacon Ib. U. S. GOOD BEEF ROAST Ib. 39c U.S. GOOD SIRLOIN STEAKS lb.69c PORK ~ ROAST or CHOPS lb.39c Worrell's Coarse Ground Ring Bologna, 3 rings 89c Hormel's All Meat Big Bologna lb,39c REGISTER NOW This Is The Last Week Here's All You Do: Just sign your name and address on entry blank in our store and deposit in box provided. Who knows? You may be the lucky winner I DRAWING WILL TAKE PLACE ON AUG. 6. FREE 36" DAVY CROCKETT Doll will be given away Saturday night, Aug. 6, at our store. Come in now and REGISTER RAY S MARKET

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