The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1955 · Page 35
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 35

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 22, 1955
Page 35
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Fight For Life After 4 Hurt, Trailer-Car Crash •Four persons were rushed to St. Ann Hospital Saturday afternoon following a car-trailer crash near .the bridge crossing Black Cat creek, 4M> miles north of A1«ona on highway 169. The injured were Lola Simmons. 1-2, Lester Simmons, 54, Mrs Alice Simmons, 48, and Robert Gillingham, 51, all of Algona. Mrs Simmons was released from the hospital following prelimin- inary examination of face bruises, but the others are still hospitalized. Gillingham suffered se- vere lacerations df the face and chin, Miss Simmons a fractured left leg and left wrist, and Mr Simmons possible chest injuries, cuts on his lip and right knee. The Simmons car, driven by Mr Simmons, was traveling south at the time of the mishap. Kenneth Garmari, was the .driver of a car pulling the trailer involved in the wreck. The trailer ripped loose from the back of the "car and .went across the road jnto the Simmons auto, wrecking It AT BRADLEY BROS. Tire Stock Clean-Up % SAVE UP TO A Complete Clearance of Traded-ln and Floor Sample Tires PASSENGER CAR TAKE-OFF TIRES * VALUE SALE (6) 670 x 15 Goodyear Tubelew _-.^_ _____ $30.95 19.95 (5) 670 x 15 Firestone Tubeless _______ ...^_$30.95 21/50 (1) 670 x 15 Goodrich Tubeless _. ..... _____ $30.95 19.95 (2) 670 x 15 U. S. Royal Tubeless ___________ $25.00 12.95 (1) 710 x 15 Century Tubed _.l ___________ $28.95 14.95 (4) 760 x-15 W/B Goodyear. Jubele** ____ __$44.95 29.95 (4) 760 x 15 W/B U. S. Royal Tubeless _____ 1$44.95 , 29.95 (1) 760 x 15 Suburbanite Tubed _____ . -;_'_. $20.00 12.95 (D'SOO x 15 U. S. Royal Tubed i__L____J__^.$33.9S 15.95 TRUCK TAKE-OFF TIRES These tires were replaced by Firestone Super All-Traction ; VALUE , /SAti, (2) 700 x 15 6 P Goodrich Pickup Tires ..$51.45 Ea. 29.50 Ea. (2) 825 x 20 1d> Goodrich TlfeV 1 1 _'::_-_$ 11 4. 75 60.00 (2) 900 * 20 JO,P U. S. Royal Tires _____ $138.35 70^00 j^v ,(£i«*»«*> Many Other USED TIRE BARGAINS To Choose From ! // any car gets through . . . IT WILL BE YOURS . . . it's equipped with tire slow* W . ...The Super Traction tire that gives you maximum traction in snow and mud and because of its exclusive continuous tread bar pattern it also WA/g £/l£A/7lY OM 7H£ HIGHWAY For u$e either with a tube or tvbelett . . . new tirei, or guaranteed new treads. WINTER TIRES (•HHBBMM^^^^M^^^^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^* Bradley Bios. FIRESTONE TIRE HEADQUARTERS completely. Charges of insufficient safety chain oft a trailer were filfcd against Gtefman by highway patrolman Toft Sievefs, who ifaith Ocputy Don Wood investigated the accident. No injuries were sustained by persons involved in two accidents Sunday afternoon in the county. John Wood, Algona, skidded on snow on the edge of the road 1 <£ miles east of Butt and his station wagon rolled over into a deep ditch, causing $400 damage, and cars driven by Marlyn J. Walterman, Ledyard, and Maurice O. Blome, Lakota, collided at 3:45 p.m. 5>/4 miles north of Gerled, causing $150 damage to each vehicle. WINKELMAN - REESE CABS COLLIDE , Police investigated an accident involving cars driven by Chris Reese, Alfona, and Beverly wit}' kelman, Buffalo Center, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The mishap occurred at the cofner of State and WooSter streets. Reese was traveling north on Wooster and Miss Winkelman, a teacher, was headed west on State at the time. Damage, estimated by investigating officers was estimated at $360 on the Reese vehicle and $300 on the Winkelman auto. Transfer Utility Fund To Streets Algona's city council held one of the shortest meetings on record Thursday night, Dec. 15. The group, after discussing the busi- ness at hand, adjourned at 9 p.m. City engineer Lewis Ferguson, resigned as a member of the board of adjustment, effective Dec. 31, giving as reason for his decision the fflcj the position conflicted at times with other duties; Building permits for Otto Westling, Lorraine J. Braun, Eppo Bulten and the Northwestern BeJl Telephone Co.' were -approved. The telephone company is erecting a new exchange building, valued at $138,000, at the corner of East Call and North Dodge streets. The structure will be completed sometime next summer. A request, made by the board 'if trustees, that the city change its workman's compensation policy from fiscal, year, ending in September, to calendar year, ending Dec. 31, was okayed by the council. City Clerk, Ivy Scuffham, was instructed to make the necessary arrangements with the insurance company. City bills were paid and a transfer of utilities, done yearly, was made. A .total 'of $27,616.80 from the light department, and $8,026.64 from the water department was transferred to the city street department. Actual gain of about $15,000 will bo realized by the city after rent nnd utilities are paid. George Ailts, 82, Rites, Lakota Lakota—Funeral services for George Ailts, 82, Were held Saturday with services in the Ramsey Reformed church, Rev. Harlan Kruse of the Lakola Pres- ThuMdtty, December 22, IfSS Al§*fta (I*.) UflWf Hfl byterian church officiating. Mr Ailts was born in Germany in 1873, and came to the United States when 10 years old, and the family settled in the Acklcy neighborhood. In 1901 he vyas married to Hannah Severeins. who preceded him in death three years ago. Mr Ailts died 1 suddenly last Thursday of a heart attack at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Asche. Surviving are nine children: Henry of New Richland, Wis.; Ben of Wagner, S. D.; Honno of Emmetsburg; Anf.a (Mrs Fred Asche) of Lakota; John of Ellsworth, Minn.; Fannie (Mrs Dingman), and Bertha (Mrs Fischer) of Thompson; Ella (Mrs C. C. Buckels), Lakota; and George. Missoula, Mont. Mr Ailts farmfed in the Gdrtfian Valley edftimimity for many years but had retired arid moved to Lakota several years ago. One Mayer Fine One fine was paid in Mayor B. P. Richardson's cburt this week. An Algona wdman, Bertha Vaske, was assessed $3 and costs on a stop sign violation. Ha* Heart Attacks Mrs John Thul, Algona. the mother of Mrs Eugene MuUer, has been in St. Ann hospital since December 12, suffering from a series of heart attacks. She was given oxygen for a week Mrs Thul is in room 309. SANTA GLAUS WILL BE IN CONSUMERS MEAT DEPT. f i FREE SUCKERS FOR THE KIDS Santa Will Have Them at Consumers Meat Counter *; •i .t .1 .1 .1 i 1 1 '•I* : i .( v i j: i- LARGE FIRM HEADS HEAD LETTUCE., each lie (V PLUMP * #v I CRANBERRIES Lb. Ifc " r, a \ LARGE STALKS CRISP CELERY....,each 19c FOR CHRISTMAS DAY FANCY APPLES half bu. 2.98 NICE TEXAS JUICE ORANGES 2 doz.49c LARGE SIZE GRAPEFRUIT....... 10 for 49c Folger's Coffee Lb. Can 69? WITH PURCHASE ONE POZEN PLAIN DO-NUTS AT 33c ROBIN HOOD WHITE FLOUR.. 50Ib.bag 3.69 "FRESH NUT" PE.ANUT BUTTER 2 Ib. jar 69c POWDERED OR BROWN SUGAR,,3Ib.bag 39c Hunts Apricots THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY! Hell Give You a Pound of RATH'S BACON FREE WITH EVERY BEEF ROAST! Top Quality Select Cut FANCY BEEF ROAST We can really recommend this Beef Roast lo you. Il is Ihe "Select Cut" kind . . . laslf ami lender-. . . and we are putting thi sfancy beef out in roasts at a special price. Santa gives a pound of Bath's Sliced Bacon FREE with every roast! - ' , WITH ALL EXCESS FAT AND BONE REMOVED LOIN END - MEATY Pork Chops Pork Roast CUDAHY'S BACON SQUARES EXTRA LEAN BEEF...... 3 Ibs. Me CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS, lb.45c CUDAHY'S PURITAN Braunsch'er, Ib. 39c REPEAT SALE! CUDAHY PICNICS FULLY-COOKED - READY TO EAT HALF GALLON CHEK ICE CREAM Swifts Swiftnina 3 Ib. can 69 We give GREtN STAMPS No. 2Va CANS FOR - •--',- * ;;•'*;•• ^^PflU^^ ^^flj^^^^^ VHP 1HHMP ^^WB^^^^ ^^^^j^^ VHPP ^P ^PBBJf ^^W^^^^^w ^^^^^ V^HIV ^^^^^^^^^ I I

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