The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
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Men's Joumeyer Hangs up 3 suits has Iwo dividers for easy packing. Fine for long Irips. $27.50 ^••S^jh.jpj''- Streamlite Ladies' Wardrobe Big roomy carry-all with smooth non-snag hangers to carry all her cloihes, wrinkle-free! $25.00 8-Algona (la.) Upper 0es Moines Thursday, Deeembef 1$, Train Case Her "companion" while? Iraveling . . . luxuriously 'aopoinied case to hold all her personal needs and toiletries. $17.50 fits 9 &m Ladies' Personal O'Nite Perfect overnight case or companion piece to other Samsonite. Deep pockets and divider of rayon faille. $17.50 1 All prices plus existing taxes Samsonite Luggage fits everybody perfectly and makes your money look so big! It's strong enough to stand on, you know . . . the better than leather finish withstands hard wear wipes clean with a damp cloth. No matter who you're qiflina Samsonite is such a perfect choice! Payment Slow On Assessing, Curb & Gutter The 1490 Algona taxpayers. whose names appear on the curb ind gutter and sanitary sewer assessment roll?, haven't been making any grand rush to the city hall to make payment, according to figures released by City Clerk Ivy Scuffhnin Tuesday morning. To date, "of the 1400 on Vh; curb and gutter list and 90 on tht' sower Just, only about 30 residents have paid their share of a total ot $200,384.94 in improvements. Ot this' large suir of money spent, $171.428.21 wen into curb and gutter and $28,956.73 was involved in a sanitary sewer project. A breakdown shows that S137. 054.35, or all but $34,373.8(5 of th( curb project wilj_ be paid by taxpayers on the 'assessment list The balance \vHI b" in gener;> obligation bonds which an; even tually paid off by all city taxpayers. The same holds true ii th--> case of the fewer assess ments. A total of $18,848.69 of the sewer costs will be paid by as sc.sTmcnt anri. $10,108.04 by'gen eral obligation bonds. It 'is als< possible the city will gain $(>.40i in tap fees later when vacan lots in the sewev district havi houses or other buildings erectec on them, leaving a balance o only $3,708.04 to be made up b\ the sale of bonds. Objections to assessments mus be filed on or before Dec. 22. Tht council will probably considei these objections, if there are any during its meeting Dec. 28. The assessment schedule will then be finally set, and will stand without further change. Following the final setting oi the schedule, persons on the list.' will have 30 days in which to pay their assessment without to terest charges. Cost of the as- sesinent to the taxpayer will run 25 percent higher if carried ovci a ten year period, as the lax- payer must pay interest on the unpaid balance each y e a r through regular tax channels. Jay Cees Elect Clair Thomas The Algona JayCees elected Clair Thomas to the post of president at the group's meeting Mbft- dny night in the Legion HalL Thomas, owner of .Thomas Skelgas here, succeeds fJave Smith, who served a term, arid a half as president. Other of* ficers elected included Dean fay- lor, vice president; George Newland, secretary-treasurer; and Dean Grau, Dick McGinnis, Don Biersledt, Harold Erpfelding and Ted Herbst, directors. Settle Damage Suit For $6, Carols On T-V A group of boys and girls o'i high school age, from Peace Lutheran church of West Bend, will offer a Christmas Carol arrangement on television station KQTV Fort Dodge on Saturday, Dec. 17. at 6:45 p.m. Lester Wehrspann of Ottosen and Pastor E. E. Greene of West Bend will accompany them. APPEAR IN To the man who wants to appear at his very best through the holidays . . . we unhesitatingly suggest a suit in CHARCOAL GREY. Light or dark, this shade does a handsome job of making a man look handsome, and is a perfect match with all accessories. We feature a wide selection of "natural look" suits in CHARCOAL GREY, in all its variations. So dress up — in charcoal grey! $39.95 $45 $65 P.S. TO THE LADIES — A Hub suit box. gift-wrapped, and containing a charcoal grey suit, would make a superb gift for a man. We'll extend our usual pajins- taking care in helping you with such a selection. LEUTHdlS HAMS Settlement of a damage suit 'or $6.000 before it reached the jury, two sentences to the state •eformatory, 'arid a dismissal bf a case that has been on .the court Jocket since '1950 were hiaji- ighls of the past week in Kos- aith district court. After three days of trial, a set- lemenl was approved by Judge >Javfy in the damage action Jiought by Sherry Kuchenreu- her as administratrix of her hus jund's estate agaihst Georgt Eden. The original suit askec $40,504 in damages. Settlemen was for $6.000. Kuchenreuthei was killed Jan. 8, 1955, abou 2:10 a.m. on highway 169 three miles north of Bancroft.' County Attorney L. W. Nitchals asked for dismissal of r charge hanging fire since May 2, 1950. against Dale Dickmeye'i of Dakota City, (charged with larceny of a motor vehicle. The action was dismissed for lack ol evidence. In another case. Clyde M. Reinbach of Burl entered a plea of not guilty to a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated The charge was originally filcc in November, 1955, at Hurt bv Marshal W. J. Steward. It 'will probably be set for trial at the next term. .Louis Wiatkins, Bancroft. charged • with breaking and entering, was sentenced to not to exceed 10 years at Anamosa on a plea of guilty before Judge Narey. Clarence D. Meyer, Tilon- ka, was sentenced to a term of not to exceed seven years at Anamosa on a nlea t>f guilty. He changed his plea to guiltv after first asking for a trial. Sheriff Raloh Lindhorst took 3oth men to the reformatory last Saturday. Two new cases, were filed in listriet court. In o"e Leonard G ^eibolt is plaintiff and Arvid rhrist is defendant in a land- ord's attachment action, asking for an accounting of farm records and crops. In the second. Bradley Bros, is plaintiff and Victor Neuroth is defendant in "a case in equity over a sales contract. Judgment of $550 is asked. Em'burg At Top, Catholic Loop Emmetsburg Catholic moved into undisputed first place in the North Central Catholic Conference by knocking off St. John's of Bancroft, 53-52, Sunday afternoon. The Johnnies are now second and Pocahontas moved into 3rd with its first win. . Standings: W ' L Emmetsburg ________ 3 0 St. John's ___________ 2 3 Pocahontas __________ 1 St. Cecelia's _________ 1 St. Joseph's _________ 0 3 2 NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co.. Algona. ARCHERY FANS I — f •• We Have a Complete Line of Archery Equipment For Men, Ladies, Boys, Girls Bow 'n Arrow Sets $2.50 to $12.50 HUNTING BOWS $9.95 up HUNTING ARROWS 98c to $1.42 PRACTICE ARROWS ._ 6 Arrows for $1.50 on up. SEE THEM AT BECKER'S SPORTING GOODS Algona Phone 720 ESS S FAMOUS VAN HEUSEN BROADCLOTHS Lustrous Whites With the ."Century" Collar That Can't Wilt or Wrinkle-Ever The shirt that's always linen-soft around a man's fl eckl . and P«*«* filling throughout its body. Collar needs no starch, no stays — yet it refuses to will or wrinkle. Lustrous while broadcloth* tailored in the impeccable Van Heusen way — the neatest, nicest, most acceptable dress shirt that could come a man's way! In new pastel tones also. • SPORTS S MCGREGOR and SEA ISLAND He knows the brands — so he'll welcome these shirts with open arms! He'll truly like a gift of a "plain" and a "patterned" . . . and we can supply them both! Sheen rayons and soft gabardines — sport shirts with the dash and flash of latest styling, and with famous labels to guarantee washable and wearable quality. All sixes. 3.98 AND 5.00 WEMBLEY and SUPERBA TIES UP Stunners in Christmas ties! Neckwear is "different" this holiday season, so your gift of two or three well-chosen Hub ties will add immeasurably to his necktie rackl All types _ foulards, knits, silks, repps. And from two of America's acknowledged top men's tie makers! INTERWOVEN S-T-R-E-T-C-H-Y SOCKS L These Jnterwovens stretch to fit any, , foot, large or small, and to fit that foot like a glove fits his hand. In plain . colors, deeptones. sparkling patterns and pastels. Socks that will outlast anything he's ever worn, and fit finely . to the end. LEUTHOLD- ILLIAMS CO. -THE HUB CLOTHIERS

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