The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 32
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4-Alfcona (la.) Upper fas Moine* Thursday, October 56, Car Banged Up In Deer Crash Tiionka—Joan Johnson ed injury Saturday evening in an unusual type of accident tor this area. The machine struck a deer which suddenly jumped into thr road, causing her to lose control of the machine and it plowed into a ditch. There were two deer, but she only hit one. Her 1955 Chevrolet was badly damaged and she was unable to open either door to let herself out. Her father was the first one to drive along and helped her from the wrecked vehicle. The sheriff and conservation officer were both called, but the deer seemed to have escaped. Joan was on her way to town to attend the wedding of a friend, Amy Fisher, for whom she was to be maid-of-honor. After the wedding was over and the car was being towed out of the ditch, another deer was sighted near the scene but it also bolted. Dick Reynolds Sprains Back An Algona man. Dick Reynolds, who is employed by Jim Merryrnan. suffered a sprained back in an accident at Humboldt Tuesday. He fell off n truck while working. He was brought to St, Ann Hospital for examination. His injury is not serious, and he is in good condition, according to his doctor. Five New Coses, District Court Five new cases were filed in Kossuth district court during the past week. Loretta E. Bruch as adminis- tratix is suing for $1313.12 from the Iowa Home Mutual Casualty of Des Moines. She claims that amount is due from a previous insurance suit settlement. Schrader Hardware of Burt is plaintiff and John Miller defendant in a suit asking judgment for $92.41. Merton Steward is plaintiff with Durwood Rutledge defendant in a matter over wages amounting to $221.49. Bonnie Cunningnam of Los Angeles and the Los Aligelcs County Court are plaintiffs, with Andrew A. Karels of Ledyard named as defendant, in a matter over the question of child support as stipulated in a previously settled divorce action. N. B. Best is plaintiff and Joseph and Irmn Recker are defendants in a suit over an account involving $191.88. Only 3 Days Left! in Honsbruch Drugs exalt ORIGINAL WHERE f r MORE BUYS TWICE AS MUCH THANK YOU Sincere thanks to all who made our "Open House" such a wonderful success last Saturday. We were happy to see so many old friends and still other new faces. Your response to our new Conoco station was pleasing . . . WERNER STRUECKER. Door Prize Winners Mrs Clarence Seimer LuVerne 50-pc. Silverware Set Mrs Oswald Thilges Algona 50-pc. Silverware Set * * Melvin Hagg Algona Goodrich Tubeless Tire * * STRUECKER'S CONOCO SERVICE Big Halloween Party Coming Up As a result of their successful Baby Beef auction held recently, the Algona ..Lions Club plans to go "all out" in staging the annual kid's Halloween party here on the evening of October 31. A full slate of cash prizes for costumes will be offered, and "hot dogs" will once again be> the main refreshment item. Dick Cook, general chairman of the event, urges all kids in the city to get busy on their costumes. The affair will start with the' customary big parade from courthouse square to the Athletic Field, with an alternate- indoor site being arranged this year by the Lions in case of inclement weather. Algona Iowa Scout Fund Drive Ready To Roll The annual Boy Scout drive for funds is slated to begin locally with a "kick-off" breakfast at 7:00 next Tuesday morning at the Algona Hotel, to be attended by approximately 60 volunteer solicitors from Lions, Rotary and Kiwanis. The quota is set for $1,800 in Kossuth County, and drives will be held simultaneously in Titonka, Fenton, Whittemore, West Bend, LuVerne and Wesley. Gene Cook and Murray Mowers are co-chairmeir for the drive here. Funds obtained arc used to help maintain a Scout office in Fort Dodge, a field man for the area, Scout supplies, and to carry on a full program of camping, instruction and training for the 540 Boy Scouts in the county. Style Show By Cre$co Chums The Cresco Chums entertained the Farm Bureau, Oct. 6. Ann Smith and Joyce Riebhoff gave their fair demonstration. Deanne and Dolores Eisenbarth played two piano duets. Karen Schultz played a piano selection. Joyce Riebhoff and Ann Smith played a piano duet. The annual 4-H talk was given by Mrs Ethel Chamberlain. A style review was given with the girls wearing what they had made. The girls had a band which played 3 selections. Lunch was served by the girls. Union 4-H Plans Family Night Ten members answered roll call at the regular meeting of the Union Alethean 4-H club held at the home of Mary Beth Reilly on Oct. 10. Judy Willrett is a 'new number. Margene Mcrtz was .selectted as music and recreation chairman. Family night will be hold on Nov. 9 at 8 o'clock at the Good Hope Community ' room. Committees wore chosen for this occasion. Mrs Jenkinson gave a talk on thu color wheel. The next meeting will bo held at the home of Reatha Wyatt. YOU Can Write Your Own Success Story Save Regularly as 4,000 others are doing with Home Federal here at Algona. Now paying 3% current earnings on all savings and investment accounts up to $10,000. Yes - Your savings are Fully Insured to $10,000 by the Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation. Home Federal of Aigona is 38 YEARS OLD THIS YEAR Start a savings account or invest your extra funds safely, conveniently the Home Federal Way. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA, IOWA WHITE FOR OUR MONEY SAVING PLAN BY MAIL 6 Mere Fines In J, P. Court Six men paid fines in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court during the first two days of the week. Ernest M. Engelbarts, Woden, paid $10 and costs for faulty truck equipment; Leonard A. Newsum, Fort Dodge, paid $10 and costs for speeding with a trailer; Glen A. Adreon, Irvington, was assessed $10 and costs j for allowing a minor to drive without a license; Jean L. Tour- mere, Fort Dodge, paid $7 and costs for speeding in a truck; Edward T. McGuire, Algona. paid $5 and costs for having an over- length vehicle; and James D. Smith, HanJontown, paid a total of $55.70 and costs on two counts of overloading a truck. Burt Talks Of School Addition Burt—The Hurt Public School is thinking of building an addition and a citizens committee has been appointed, and one meeting has been held. From census results of future requirements, and known present crowded conditions, it is thought a necessity tha,t the school overcome this handicap by building. The proposed addition would provide for adequate elementary classrooms, new hot lunch rooms, and new heating equipment. Prevue Chevrolet Five men from Kossuth Motor Co. here will view the dealers showing of the new 1956 Chevrolet being held at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines next Tuesday. They are Don Nelson, Warren Nelson, Charles Devine, Wm. Qarman, and Ronald Peterson. Back-Up Mishap A car, driven by Richard W. Ristau, Algona, backed into a parked vehicle owned by Richard M. Carr, Algona, at 115 W. Nebraska Saturday morning. Damage to the Carf vehicle was estimated at $116 by local police who investigated. Liceniei To Wed Only two licenses to wed have been issued in the past week, going to Donald Hartig of Wesley and Joy Cut-fan of GdfWith, and Irving Rahney of Elk River, Minn, and Phyllis Foley. of Ano^ ka, Minn., both issued Oct. 14. IT'S "APPLE TIME" AT CONSUMERS THIS WEEK-END! Low Truckload Prices on / x And GREEN STAMPS To Boot! Come end get your APPLES at Consumers this week-end! We have ihc biggest stock of beautiful apples we've ever had . . . and we're passing them on to you at the savings we made on TRUCKLOAD ORDERS 1 9 APPLES! lichigan JONATHONS, Bu. 298 Michigan DELICIOUS, Bu. £98 SCHOOL BOY JONATHONS, 1 u on z Again, our new meat department manager. Bill Becker, favors us with another line-up of outstanding meat items. And remember, Bill is always ready to serve you with special cu{s of anything you want . . . just ask him and he'll work for you with a smile ! TOP QUALITY (SELECT) STEAK ALL SELECT CUTS SWIFT'S PREM '/4 IB. PKG. BEEF 35c PORK NECK BONES 3ms.29c ARMOURS STAR HALF - WHOLE -CHUNK Bacon ib. 39c NEW FRESH STOCK LB. CRANBERRIES 19c BOX KIEFFER 159 Bu. DEL MONTE TUNAFISH eanut Butter ^ 69° SWIFT'S CHOPPED BEEF "HAPPY HOST" Strawberry PRESERVES FOLGERS LB. CAN COFFEE 89c "BUTTER KERNEL" SALE Whole Kernel Corn Kidney Beans Early Small Peas Standard Size 303 Cans SLICED HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE No. 2"j Cans 3 for SI HUNT'S HEAVY SYRUP APRICOTS No. 2l'j Cans 3 for 89c SWIFT'S 3-lB. CAN SWIFTNING 79c Something NEW and DELICIOUS FULL POUND Of The Nicest Cookies You've Tasted •»" - mw ' ^ ' V9 9 * ^^ • SUMERS SUPER MARKET

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