The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1955 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 8, 1955
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200 Honor Titonka Rural Carrier, Retirement Party Retiring rural mail carrier Louis C. Heifner. who "carried the ma-il" in the Titonka community for 4fi years and 7 months, has a wealth of memories from his almost half-century of continuous service on one of the earliest RFD routes in this section of Iowa. His memories include the days when, as a rural carrier, he went on foot where his horse would lose fooling, to see that the "mail go', through". Anil one of Mr Heifn'-r's most treasured memories will be the farewell party that was tendered him at the Titonka high school last Friday evening, sponsored by the Titonka Chamber of Commerce, and attended by almost 200 relatives, friends, and route patrons. A pot-luck dinner was followed by an impressive program in the school auditorium. Louis P.artlett acted as master of i eremonies. and besides giving a review of L<iu Hcifnr-i '.-• life, exhibited the original "-tamp box" and saddle bag used by carrier Heifner in the early days of his rente. Mr Heifner, now 70 years of age, has served his route sinct- Mrs Heifner, Mr and Mi-s Phelps. Louis Barlletl, Mr Heifner * * • 1009. He luts been covering 62 miles daily, bringing the mail to 223 rural boxes. Among the host of friends present for the occasion, were Mr and Mrs Charles Phelps, original patrons on Mr Heifner's route. The Phelps have been getting mail from Lou Heifner at the same mail box during all his years of service. Mrs Mary Govern is another of the original pat- runs. Also coming for the retirement party were Mr Heifner's sons ,ooo.oooc":'Oo<'>.oooo.o. When You Purchase An A. S. FINE You Get »he Best - Both Style-Wise and Fashion-Wise Exclusive A.S. Fine Suits are here at Fowlers in a wide variety of colors — in all sizes — and in all the new fabrics We have over 100 suits to choose from — all at one price. $24 95 Claire of Clonr Lake and Kile, worth of Marengo, Cyrus Heifner, Rosholt, S. D., Mr and Mr? Vincent Heifner, Buffalo Center: Mr and Mrs Gerald Heifner, Dol- iiver. A daughter, Mrs Lee Davis, (Lois) flew from Los Angeles for the event honoring her father, and returned by plane the following day to the California city. where she assists her husband i'n managing an Elks Club of 2.500 members. The evening's program of community singing, vocal and instrumental numbers, was under direction of Florence Reynolds. Mrs R. L. Krant/ was head of the serving committee and Raymond KLran;/. and Mrs Toni Higg.ns acted as receptionists. In ) es- poifse to tm announcement by Louis Bartlctt, ;m offering was j taken up for a remembi anc". i which is being given to Mn Heifner for his many vears of ! duty. " I Mr and Mrs Heifner expect to move to Gowrie, where Mrs Heifner has been leaching. Griffin Lumber Yard Is Sold Announcement was made last night by Mel Griffin of the sale if the Griffin Lumber Co. of Algona, to the Kelley Lumber Co. of OUosen and Stxlun. Change <>• uwneiship is immediate, but Mr Griffin, an Algona city councilman, will remain in charge of the yard for a few works until the new owners work out their future plans for their expansion into the Aigona business field. given nn the ChrWonspn form by Kenneth Fulhfrpnn. of the Iowa Beef Producers Assn., Des Momes. Skow is president and Christensen. i\ director of the North Iou-;i Hereford Assn. Hereford Field Day Saturday Anyone interested in seeing top Hereford cattle, and wanting to take part in an unusual day-long program of weight-guessing and judging, is invited to attend the "Hereford Field Day" being presented by the North Iowa Hereford Assn. next Saturday. Sept 10. on the farms of Joe Skow Wesley, and P. M. Chn.stensen Lone Rock. pi osrum. * w -m.. will The morning begins at 10:00 place at the Skow farm north " f Wesley, whore hoi ned Hereford;will be featured. At noon. p;-jnk baskets will be opened in a large machine shed on the Skow place. Follow;.'-;!,' lunch, the show will move to the P. M. Chrinienso-n farm nor'.hwe:! of Lone Rock, where polled Hen-fords will be presented, with '.he •/.•eight-guessing and judging activities being continued. For the guessing and judging contest.-, those attending \vill b;- divided into of men, women, teenage girls and teenage boys. 25 pn/es will b-.- offered. A type demonstration will be IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOP. KOSSUTH COUNTY i Original Notice DJCK BOYKr".'. ]".ij|jt|Jf. Formal Opening Of Skelly Station One of Algor.u's ni.-we.--t service stations will hav^ a grand opening celebration Saturday. Sept. 10. with fret pri/e> and favors foi visitors. Monte A. Scobba is the lessee (if the new Skelly station located at the corner of State and Colby streets and has named the firm Scobba Skelly Service. Mr Scobba has had seven years o'. service experience and wa? formerly employed at Schultz Bros. Further details of this great celebration can b'- found elsewhere in an advfriiseim'nt in today's Algona Upper Des M"int-s 5 Licenses To Wed In One Day Saturday. Sept. 3. was a heavy f wedding li- of Alma Pear- district court. getting papers. the following in Du!,' and special for subfeens. 1 color-keyed coordi-mates The well groomed look with grown-up airs gives subteens new fa^iion floir this fall. Smartly slim lines in 2 piece suits, gently shaped overblouses, jaunty jumpers, suspendered silhouettes. The latest trend in color-darks, in twilight tones sparked with brights. Cottons in tweedy and silken textures, in plaids. In checks and stripes. Subteen sizes 8-14 5.95 to 7.95 Walk A Flight! SAVE 10% ON CHILDREN'S WEAR leu &&3»XOX8XeB8^ day for -.-.suing censes in the offic clerk of the with five couple.- They went to 'lie paM week: Sept. 1 — Dc-nn:.- Pr.yliis Champion. Alguna. Sept. 3— K ,it! R. Slagle. Ai gi'na. arui Bot'.y A Burn'M. \Vasi. in^ti-n. D. C ; Klden D. Grt-ger anr Judith Ogren, Ehnort. Minn : F...U gar Hartley und Opal Ru-.-r;! Salem, la.: Robert Kain and Carol Sehdmoeller. Algona: \Vm. Del rick, Alguna, and Barbara Je^n Smith. \\Y-lt-v. IF IT'S NEWS WE V/AyJT IT I.OriSF. TO THF, DEFENDANT AUUViC NAMED. IS no'.v oh !;le in t!.e office oi' til'.' ! Clerk oi the I;,slue; Court o! Iowa ! in and for Ko^'i'h fo.,rity. the peti- j cause, asking P'.at ir.» Cou:t rn'er a ! tr.cnt .,nd fill!;, and -. .rnpletelv 'over- ;t;g the bonds' of mat: imiMiy r.'.-reto- j Said plain!:;; p.r'liir prav : - that tlic- ' Court decree him to be t:.e absolute ap.d fee simple o\v ner of tra- iollo'.vmg defer ibed real estate situated in ,-ock O.unty. Stnt" ot I •.<•<>. n. to-nit' j Sixleer. ill>i and t!,e North i Half !.•»'..! •>! Lot riKeen i 15- ail in Block Fourteen M-li. Original Tour, 'if Woo. n. aK-'un-t ;,!-,>• and . 'I i-iaip-.s' •.-' plain- ' ir: whatsoever m .--aiil leal estate ) >ibjei ! i.nly to contiact ior tin- sale; •.hereot in t.-vor oi C E Conrad:, dal- i ed S-ept< rnber 1. p';Vi :il*d Ktli:., :. , J. j li'fiS. ar.d u-c,)ii:ed i:: Book :-,3. l";ire I -t7fi. n-inrcs ol H.-nu-o. k>. Sta'.o I teamed be decreed 1o liir.'- no r.^i'tt. t^!e. l.eri or lr.tere^t in or to ;-a;d re;t! estate or Kud c-i'ii-r riet tor trie >ale Uif-reoi and olaii-.'.iff turtlier r.r-»'--f lor »>K'i: oilier and fiiither relief as a Court of Eqait> rna>' grnn*. in the premises. | For further par'.rcular.- see Hie pt-li- i :;or, r, •-,v on rile | Na'.l.e l>. l-.tretii r.svell tll.1t plain- ; 'i:t c!atin< no i-ieison.-il p.idp:ii"r.t ' "AND l'.\l.KS.S y..u appear and m.iV.i' j •H-!eii.-e thereto b'-,-..;i- tin- Distiutj four.t.- at t>.e Coi'i!! i'lo-as'.-' i:, Al-o: .( O.'lobt : . A U ;:-.). : i. > .-u -.•;:'. be ; de!a\i!t and ' ..^iL-'netit <>r dfMO'' of ':,- ni->t;i'.' I'liuit "f I> *'. a in am! ::ii K->>•••..'! i". ..nt-. r-i.i'.' be f.\\t'\- J ,iS;-':-vt j you ini- a!! ,,r u:-,- ri li'.-t ;•:..;..': :r, ' -il.'unt (M's petition * Tak(- notice art! govern >••'..? sell rn-- i A.D.' 1JI55. " ' ! SKNNEFF >S. BL'CK | First State liaru. BuiKiirt 1 I Unit, Kv.'.a I Attorni-vs lor Pl.iin'.Kf l (Published Sept. 8. 15. anJ JLV I'.-'.V i in Tr.e Alguii.i ilo-A.u I'I'JH-I IX-:- ! MOHH-SI ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORMS — SCREENS Jo more long hours of changing and storing with permanent, self- storing Alumatics , . . once up, they're up for good! No tools, no ladders, no worries! You save on fuel bills too! Alumatics have automatic weath- erstripping for protection from drafts . . . keep heat in and cold out! Control your own ventilation instantly with a flick of the finger. Coupon ^ Kohlhaas Hdwe, Ed and Pat Cullen NO STORM WINDOW CAN BE COMFltTt WITHOUT VELGUDi. 1 I Please have >our salesman call 1 unJci>canJ there J* no oblitjjt^ 1 1 Name 1 • Address 1 City 1 i Slate Phone ! i 1 1 i i i i i i i i ,j Prize 4-H Beef Auction Friday 'I'.'. 1 - Iowa State Barik corner ;Viil he thf of the Liuns Ci':o "l-.;iby b"of hv tii" piece" ai.-'ii-'i !o.iior:ow ij-'riflay) e\ r en- inL 1 . whf-n the first package of choic" steaks will be put on tl-,e !-)!'"• k promptly at 0:30 p.m. Any- oii" run birl on and buy the pack- agi d heef. which will include all '•>!>".- of cuts from steaks and masts to blue ribbon hamburger. The champ baby beef w'as purchased at the recent county fair auction by Storx. Brewing Co.. Omaha, and donated to the Lions Club. Proceed;: of 'lie Friday evcnjng sale will tie divided between St. Ann hospital and the Lions Club Halloween party. Dale Yungeberg will "cry" the auction, and he will be assisted by numerous Lions Club amateur Jiuctioneers. The Lions are bopiro' for u big turn-out and clean- sweep sale of the packaged beef. Burt Soldier On Texas Maneuver FORT HOOD. TEX. — Army PFC Melvin Haase. son of Crist T. Hjisse, Burt. Iowa, recently completed a week of special training at Fort Crockett. Tex. Private First Class Haase is a survey specialist in Battery B of the division's 27th Armored Field Artillery Battalion. He entered the army in January, 1954 : and completed basic training at j Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Thursday, Sept. 8, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upper Oe« Moine*-3 RESTORES NORMAL FREE-FLOW TO CLOGGED LINES ONE YEAR GUARANTEE Serving Kossuth County Cowan Roto Phone 980 Algona just that top value A READ THIS OVER: WE HAVE HAD AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. A VERY SPIRITED BUSINESS IN NEW 1955 CHEVROLETS. ON THESE NEW-CAR PURCHASES WE HAVE TAKEN IN SOME OF THE BEST TRADE-IN CARS IT HAS EVER BEEN OUR GOOD FORTUNE TO HAVE FOR SALE. For instance, the 1954 Chevrolet Bel-Air advertised below at $1675 has been run only 14,000 miles. The other Bel-Air has but 9,000 miles. They are as sparkling as the new '55 models. They are both with Power Glide, of course. RIGHT NOW, YOUR CAR BUYING DOLLAR IS A BIG ONE AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. WE EARNESTLY INVITE YOUR EXAMINATION OF THESE CARS NOW ... WE WILL LET THEM SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES! r HERE ARE "TOP" CARS WE OFFER SPECIAL THIS WEEK 52 PONTIAC 1954 C 2-DOOR DK. GREEN 4-DOOR LT. GREY 4-DOOR CHIEFTAIN 8 BEL-AIR 4-DR. DK. GREEN BEL-AIR 4-DR. BEIGE & GREEN BEL-AIR 4-DR. IVORY & TURQUOISE CHEVROLETS - PONTIACS - PLYMOUTHS - FORDS - NASH EVERY CAR LISTED HAS CHEVROLET O.K." COMPLETE RECONDITIONING TAG Which Means These Cars Have Received Complete Reconditioning by Factory-Trained Expert SW Of Courthouse Square — Algona, lowc

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