The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1955 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1955
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Clues Meagre In County Break-Ins r . clues in connection with four thefts from Lako- t£, M ,i " ?S L places ' sometime Sunday night, and a -$300 burg- Jf.f^at Tltonka the preceding . Brack's grocery lost about $500 lnt cash and 60 cartons of cigarettes The J E. Ukena Hardware lost about $300 in merchandise including a gun. At the Ley Mo* u r ?V2 safe f was P eel ed and about $50 was taken. At Lakota school an estimated :$135 was stolen, much of which was the annual fund and for other activities. At Titonka the theft took place at the Farmers Elevator', where a safe was also peeled. In the meantime, the arrest and subsequent confession of two bVothers from Buncombe, loWa, cleared up three county break- ins. The brothers, Harlan Mill, 25, and Harvey Hill, 23, are being held at Fort Dodge. They are reported to have admitted burglarizing Hulzell's Service, the Johnson House, in Algona, and Reding's at St. Joe a styort time ago. Adm. 20c - SOe « 75e.' ALGONA*, FOR ALL LOVERS OF FINE MUSIC Coming ONE DAY ONLYI Thursday, Nov. 10 Matinees at 2 P.M. and at 4:00 P.M. THRILL SONGSI ROSE MARIE SONG OF THE '»•' ' MOUNTIES INDMN LOVE CALL I HAVE THE LOVE and Mora, t Heir the sonji In Oi«'M-G-M Record Altuffll 1VJLTMDU ("I I-QVE YOU") All new atod in COLOR GLORY. •TAHHINO ANNBLYTH,' FERNANDO LAMAS BERT lAI-MARJORIE MAIN. {Hurt In Crash, • Fights For Life Adam Reding, 71, Rodman, who received a broken left leg, fractured wrist and facial lacerations in a two-car collision on highway 44, four miles south pi Whittemore Friday night, is in fair condition at St. Ann hospital, according, to authorities. Lyle Waechter, 19, Ottosen, driver' of one 'of, the vehicles, was also hospitalized here, but released two days later following treatment for lacerations and bruises. : Autos driven'by Waechter, who was driving south,' and Harry Prentice, 57, Rodman,- traveling north, crashed as the'Rodman car turned west. toward Rodman. Waechfer was alone at the time, Admission — 20c t 50c CALLING ALL KIDS ! Special Matinee Friday 2:00 p.m.. "SCHOOLS OUT" One of the greatest, shows for children ever made! * THE BLUE HORSE * BALLOON ASCENT * FLYING MONKEYS * TREES THAT TALK "THE BIG TORNADO ' and 160 More Exciting Scenes .SEE M-G-M'sBIG' MUSICAL 1 Greater on Wide Screen! ^TECHNICOLORS JUDYGSRLANDJ AN M-G-M MASTERPIECE REPRINT i Friday & Saturday Specials! All Flavors CEa, Special! CLEARFIELD CHEESE 2 Ib. box iBBT Special! IDAHO RUSSETS °'39c U. S NO. 1 "A" SIZE RED RIVER VALLEY PONTIACS ... 100-Lb, Bag 2.79 (The Very Best Quality Potato Obtainable) East End Grocer y (We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities) while Pi-entice had three passengers, and all suffered injuries. Both aiitos were damage severely. Prentice received some broken ribs and bad lacerations on one leg. He was taken to an Emmetsburg hospital. Jim Reding, 29, and L. W. Krioer, both Rodman, received bruises, but were released immediately from thw hospital. Mrs W. F. Mullicci Dies In Oregon Last rites for Mrs W. F. Mullica, 85, final member of a pioneer Algona family, will be held in Ortonville, Minn, tomorrow vFriday). Mrs Mullica died Sunday at Salem, Oregon, where she resided with her daughter, Mrs H. J. Ostlittd. Veronica, only .daughter of Christian and Elizabeth .Clark Hackman,. was born July 3. 1870 in the old log house on the Hackman homestead two miles south of Algona*. She attended rural school, and in i«92 married Wiu^ iam Mullica. Mr and Mrs Mullica lived here Until*'1900, then moved to Ortonville ' and established a foundry. Mrs Mullica was ,a charter member of the American Legion Auxiliary and Rebekah Lodge. After the death of Mr Mullica in Ifl33, she moved to Salem to live with her daughter. She was b-tptizea in the local Methodist Church, and at the time of her death was a member of St. James ivitiinoaist Chircn in Salem. Her final visit to Algona was during the Centennial CeleBra- tlon last summer. In fact, she was in attendance at the three milestone celebrations of Algona's history, 1904, 1929 and 1954. . f , A son, John, Detroit, Mich., and three grandchildren survive besides Mrs (Jstimd. Five brothers, Edward, George, Albert, Lewis and Miles, preceded hej in death. Mrs Fred Geigel, Algona is a niece of Mrs Mullica. Ex-Titonka Man Dies In Oregon Mr and Mrs Gebrge. Johnson of Plum Greek left last week for Warrenton, 'Oregon, called there by, the illness and'death of their son-in-law, Doyle Craven, whose wife is the former Marjorie Johnson. Services were held at Astoria, Oregon,'Oct. 28. Doyle was born Jan.-15, 1913, in Oregon. He moved when a boy with his father'to Titonka where he graduated from high school, ne men attended Dunwoody In- stitute in Minneapolis. On DPC. 7, 1939, he married Marjorie Johnson. For some years he was manager of the Titonka Telephone Co. and moved from there 1 lo Oregon in 1943, where he did electrical work, later opening his own insurance and real estate business. He was taken ill Oct. 23, and passed away the following day from heart trouble. Two children, Patricia, 14, and Gregory 8, and two sisters and his stepmother, and two stepsisters also survive. Mr and Mrs Johnson will remain in Warrenton for a time with their daughter. License To Wed One wedding license was issued in the past week, going to Mar- WANTED Stenographer for law office. Inquire Hutchison, Hutchison & Carroll Security State Bank Bldg. 43-44 low D. Huffman and Margaret A. Matasky, both of Minneapolis, Oct. 29. Thursday, November 3, 1955 Alganci (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 Reorganize Club At Whittemore Whlltemore—. Martin (Butch) Potratz, chairman of the Whittemore Community Club was greatly pleased last week when a large number of business men turned out to attend a reorganization meeting. IOWA PHEASANT HUNTERS' BALL Saturday, Nov. 12 . FLOOR SHOW Andy Laurence Novelty Band Admission: $1.00 plus tax Hunters Welcome Come As You Are HAND'S PARK FAIRMONT, MINN. SMORGASBORD EVERY SUNDAY Serving from 5 to 9. We invite you to have your Christmas/ Birthday, Bowling Parlies Here, By a unanimous vote the members insisted that the club he k-ppt up. Discussion was brought up if (lie Community Club should bo called some other name such as Commercial Club or Chamber of Commerce. It was voted to retain the present name. The Saturday night drawing will continue. A Halloween party which was sponsored by the club was held at ihs Academy Hall Monday night for the children with treats and several films of pictures were shown. Mrs Edward Looft accompanied Dr. mid Mrs Snyder of Swea City to Fort Dodge on Thursday. w»o.w#rowow»»oo»$wo»»w^ Bazaar - Bake Sale and Lunch Moose Hall, Algona — 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5 FANCY WORK & APRONS, BAKE SALE, CANDY BOOTH, CHRISTMAS TABLE BEEFBURGERS & BAKED BEANS AT NOON COFFEE AND LUNCH ALL DAY. PIE AND CAKE. Sponsored by First Lutheran Church '6:o:ao:a0;o:o»»£fa&aom<to^ ROASTS C or Swiss STEAKS ALL - MEM _^ V V II " • lt^ n ft "UUJ. Sa^Mai^iBmr^^f?^ mice GOOD THSU OCT. 10 th SWEET r '^ f 1 R?s»p; ; PS; W "BliCCINC-'p, „ , s \ *, H.'rjf /' O. , s ••„,!,., („„„... iorlhrt'l" FAH CV BANANAS Ib. We ec CRANBERRIES Lb. GHARMIN CIEANSS waTissues.. .5 GIARMIN CoioRcoTowas., . 5 CHARMIN RAINBOW NAPKINS... ttctuttd Ult 1955 Volttt «««liilrm«« or bushel Ib. We program of th Campaign,. night cited the «h»pter'» ^^KTttWiE^^ wr^ns,!? 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