The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 6
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6-Algona (la.} Upper Des Molnes Thursday, Nov. 17, 1955 Ottosen Band Concert, Nov. 20 $165 In County Fines; Pheasant Season Opens Opr-ninu of 1hi p'-.ra-ani l-.unt- !ng si as.in hi : e }„-' Saturdav Brought g".'<i v\--ull-- ii-,. ijrs! iiour of liunting. i -on--"; v,,;:..n ofliccrs rep.T'. and it a}~" bi ought ;: tut.;! <>f $li-i'i in f;:n'-. l^i violation of the- hunting law- by .in assi'i tmc nt of hunti ;••;. Biids bi-came wary after the lirst hour. Frank Trllirr. con- M'I vation officer fur this county. •,iid Mi'ndav. and \>v Smulay bin t('W liuntei's Were getting then ii'nits. although thiy were com- tM.'ii «n Satin day. In (he court of Fred Dutton. J P at Swea City, the following •A "re fin"d: Donald Buscli. Austin. Minn., ; : s<embie(i mm in car. $i.i and i osts. Gordon Rorchardt. Fairmont. Minn., no licenses. $15 and c'osts. In the court of C. II. Ot- winkle. Algona J. P.. the following fines wero assessed: Francis McDonald. Knoxvillo. la., shooting after hours. .$2f> and costs. Donald P. Kiolhorn. Ft. Dodge, resembled gun in car. $10 and custs. Glen R. Rech. Fort Dudge. as- se-mbled gun in car. S10 and costs. J. U. Clark. Swea City, a-- :;':nbled gun in car. S15 and costs. •luhn Pecii. Fairiii'Id. la., loaded and assembled gun in car. Slfj and co.-ts. Wayne Hammes, Fairfield, la., leaded and assembled gun in car, .SU5 and costs. John H. Farrell. Whittemore, assembled gun in car and no licenses, $20 and costs. LeRov Leok. Algona. assembl- eJ and loaded gun in car, SI") and costs. Ottosen —The Otioson school b,-,nd and mixed choru> will pie>en! a concert to the public on Sunday afterii'inii. N,I\-. :•(!. at lh<- ,-ihiM'l bcmnnmg at two » clock. F.ve; voiu- is mv:ted 1.- attend. A 'c,.lleel;on u ill I'"' taken to | equipment: ;iiii1 (lei aid T,. Firkins. F.mmi'tshiirg, \vas assessed SI;"> and costs fur speeding with i truck. Two traffic violator? paid fines in Mayor B. P. Richardson's ,-otirt tins week. They wore Donna Lee Dimoiid, Keokuk. who paid S. r > and costs for going through a stop sign, and J. H. Walker, Nevada. $5 and costs for Plan Auxiliary School Police Five men. who will serve as auxiliary policemen before and after" M'hool and at noon at five M'hool i ro.-snm.--. have no! l»'en named, according to Mayor I'. P. Richardson. T!ie selection will be marie in 'be next few days. The eitv council uave the mayor the yo-ahoad at ;!.-• meeting last Thursday niylit. Tlie request came to the council fioni several school men, and in'er- esU' 1 .'] parents. Mavor Richardson has studii d the school cros-sinu problem for severnl \veeks. and b.is observations are in alignment with the Good Neighbors Aid Bormanns A good neighbor deed was performed Thursday morning. Nov. 10. for the Ernest Bormanns. Right neighbors and relatives with their equipment finished the plowing for Mr Bormann who had been hospitalized earlier. The workers were Albert Leigh. Joe Kenne, Alvin Klein. Milford Plathe. Milton Farrow, Bill Loss. Donald Leigh and Ralph Kramer. The ladies who brought food and helped Mrs Bormann servo dinner wore Mrs Albert Leigh, Mrs Mil ford Plathe. Mrs Alvin Klein and Mrs Ralph Kramer. -chool According to Richardson, most peiople .--tup. bill s'ome merely --hift uears. giving the children little or iin < banco in cros.s 1 he -tieet. Almost 50 percent of the drivei s studied cro.---.ed the safety lane before their ears carne to halt---and with additional officers un duty, many of these will be- caught in the act. Other council business included n discussl'on of the_ progress on the blacktopping program. Approximately <J5 percent of the work is dune, but the job will not be completed before spring of 19al). An offer, made- by John Gi.-ch. to purcha.-.o land near the new sewage treatment plant. was taken up but tabled. In other business, the Johnson House 1 received a beer license renewal, and building permit? went to Ti d Larson. Craig Smith. R J. Kohlhaas and Mrs Bessie Walker. 5 Fined, J. P. Traffic Cases Five men paid traffic violation fines in Justice C. M. Ost- winkle's court during the week. Forest F,. Lewis, Fort Dodge, paid a total of $14.50 and costs on two charges of overload on two separate truck axles: Arnold C. Rieken, Dmnont. Lawrence I. Gisch, Algona. and Bernard J. Bolster, Carroll, each paid $5 and costs for defective truck DIAMOND'S (Shopper ers LARGEST STOCK ! HIGH QUALITY! LOW PRICE! COLORS AND STYLES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS PARKAS Mothers! These Parka* are heavily quilled wilh all wool lining. The outside shell \s real cavalry twill that is water repellent. Five colors to choose from. The hood is fur- trimmed and fully quilted. Sizes 4-16. © SAVE $3.00 Lowest Prices! Greatest Selection! of Parkas in Kossuth County ! Nylon Surcoats Mothers! We have had the biggest turnover this season on Parkas that we have ever enjoyed since we have been in Algona. Due to this fact our boys and girls' nylon surcoals, j in sizes 6-20. are not moving. So we are cutting the price from $9.00 to 97 6 SAVE MEN'S OVERSHOES — From slipons to 5-buckle with 6- buckle height. We've got them in Ihe nationally-known Gold Seal Brend by Goodyear. Sizes 6-13. MEN! If you can't find your size, try Diamond's . . . the most complete stock and size range anywhere- in Kossulh county. Sizes from 36-54 in dress or work jackets. For all your clothing needs, from overshoes to wool drawers, from insulated boots to warm caps, it's DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE Cancer Meeting Held Monday South Kossnth County's fall rancor meeting was hold Monday evonifrig. Nov. 14. at Iho. Johnson Hcnise in Algeria. Annual reports wore given by the C'hairrnan. Mrs Frod Genrich; Dr. II. \V. Erickson, campaign report; Fred Gonrich. report on stale meeMiiL',: Joyce TTaydon. servii'i: acti\'ities; and Tvlrs Leo Steven, educational chaiiman. Ke.mnnal director of the American Cancer Society, Wanda Hex, delivered a message 1 and a film on cancer research was shown. Donated $100 Christmas Seal funds eontri- program. but.od by residents of Kossulii County have been invested in medical and social rest-arch activities of the National Tuberculosis Association. According to C. B> Murtagh, president of the Kosut.h County Tuberculosis and Heath Association, $100 has'boon paid to the Iowa Tuberculosis and Health Association for Iran- initial to the national research Forced Landings Add Trip Thrills A Innjs trip in i\ plane is always exciting, but Hie one taken recently by Shirley Metxger. chui- Sliter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Met/RCT of AlRomi, proved doubly so. Shirley left by plane from Minneapolis following a visit « i|li friend ;nyl ro!;il'Y<V. her<\ CK-t. HI. The plane made an t-mrrucnry landing at Spokane, Wash, \vlien a motor died. Following a five hour wait, the p;is- sen.ufrs boarded the plane aiuuii, c-ircled the field and landed a.uanx when further mechanical difficult ics wero found. Finally, Miss Met/ger Rot on a plane headed directly for Poll- land. On . and arrived s;ilel> Consumers An extra special bonus buy U sale this week at Consumers. You'll enjoy "B.'^ Aftft *,t*»~.. 9 shopping this week at Consumers when you know what real savings can be. WILDERNESS NO. 2 CAN Pie Fillings Raisin — Cherry — Blueberry — Apple 3 cans $1 4th can Pillsbury Cake Mix White — Chocolate — Yellow 3 for $1 4th one 1C MA BROWN PICKLES Sweel Dill - icious 3 jars $1 4th jar STOCKTON CATSUP 12 02. BoMle 2 btls. 39c 3rd bottle CHORE GIRLS each lOc 2nd one Sweetheart SOAP 3 Reg. Bars 25c 4th Bar 3 Bath Size 35c 4th Bar 1C Woodbury SOAP 3 reg. bars 25c 4th bar 1C PICKS box lOc 2nd box Prepare Now For Your Thanksgiving FRESH ^ ^^ CELERY, per stalk 19C FRESH mffl --•Cranberries... 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