The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 30, 1956 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 30, 1956
Page 11
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PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER DidYou.Ewr'tVyer about initig Machine 1 ADS YOU ARE CONSTANTLY SEEING IN THE BIG CITY PAPERS For some strange reason, a good many folks have Ihe mistaken idea they can always get a "FANTASTIC DEAL" on a Sewing Machine. That idea is fostered by ihe kind of hit-and-run ads you see so often in the big city papers —and, we are sorry io say, it appears enough unwary people go for these "deals" to keep Ihe practice going. We have had enough disappointed people come to us —AFTER getting involved in one of these "deals", and tell us of their disappointment—that we feel impelled to publish this word of caution. These people have been rather amazed when we told them that any "deal", if it has merit, CAN GENERALLY BE MATCHED LOCALLY, and can be made with a local business you know and trust. The retail sewing machine business, we are also sorry to say, has come to attract a lot of "characters" — from ordinary peddlers to larger operators — and the country is populated with women who "have fallen for these "deals' . and then rued the day they did. We know, because we have had the sad "story" told to us. Perhaps you don't know, because it's a rare customer who admits she "bit." In all seriousness, and for your own protection, we advise that you think twice when you hear or read about a "wild offer" that looks almost irressistible, especially if it's on SEWING MACHINES. Very Sincerely Yours, NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE & APPLIANCE CO. ALGONA, IOWA i P.S.—We can offer you everything in the way of a Sewing Machine purchase you can get anywhere — including credit terms, to match those anywhere. "Trade With People You Know You Can Trust" DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY OF KOSSUTH COUNTY NOW PRACTICING IAW IN ALGONA. LIFE LONG RESIDENT OF KOSSUTH COUNTY. MORE THAN 2 YEARS EXPERIENCE PROSECUTING AND DEFENDING CRIMINAL LAW CASES FOR U. S. GOVERNMENT WHILE IN MARINE CORPS. Qualified Through Experience Possesses Ability and Integrity "YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED" (Political Ad vertisement) Plan Relocation, Highway 18, North Of Britt Next Year New Road To Run North Of Railroad Track A proposal for the re-location of Highway No. 18 through Britt has been presented to the Britt I town council for a resolution of ' approval, the Britt News-Tribune reports. The proposed route would remain north of the Milwaukee railroad tracks from the Trulson Oil curve and would cross the corporate town of Britt north of the Baptist church on North; Main. As explained by resident Engineer G. W. Anderson this week some new right-of-way would be purchased from Trulson's west and some of the old grading would be used. The highway would pass on the north edge of the Albert Rasmu.son farm and' contact the old right of way at the Schaper school. At the transfer crossing east of Britt the new road would stay on the north side of the tracks and go west tr connect with Highway No. 11] north of the Baptist church Parking would be prohibiter 1 within one-half block of the intersection so Anderson said it presumably pass at least 200 ft. north of the church so that the congregation would have a street parking available. Present plans call for No. 18 between Britt and No. 60 junction ' to be improved first before the extension from Britt to Sexton is made on the north side of the railroad tracks sometime in the future. In the meantime, traffic would turn south on No. Ill in Britt to proceed west on present No. 18. Anderson said preliminary survey work would begin as soon as the council approves the resolution. Work could possibly get underway next year. The improvement is part of an extensive program of work on No. 18. It was announced last week that contracts for work on widening of the highway in Kossuth and Palo Alto counties may be let in November. Glen Doty, highway engineer from Mason City, was in Britt looking over the proposed route of the relocation'. He said !that some of the work would depend on whether the legislature continues the 2 cent tax on gasoline. Widening is done with 1 cent of this tax. The Commercial Club went on record approving the relocation with the reservation that a traffic signal light be installed at the No. 18-111 junction for tho safety of pedestrians, especially school children. It was Anderson's opinion thai the highway is definitely going to be relocated and if the council does not approve the proposed route through Britt, the highway will be moved north to completely miss the city limits Most of the businessmen were ot the opinion that it would be most desireable at the suggested route It was brought out howevei that the routing north of the tracks would .increase congestion in the area at the Farmers Cooperative Co. when all traffk entering the new No. 18 would have to pass this area. East of Trulson's the highway would be leveled to give bettei sight distance's. Anderson didn'* give the exact location but said the new road might miss tin present commercial area at Duncan. Mrs Christina Nielsen, Sunday. Herbert Huff, University of Iowa, Iowa City, visited his parents, Mr and Mrs David Huff, and Harry the past weekend. Mr and Mrs Eli Eager arrived home the past week after spending the past two months at Granby, Colo. They went west because of the health of Mrs Eager, who suffers from hay fever. Legal Notices NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 7170 September Term, 1956 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Flossie Heinen, Deceased, dated February 21, 1948, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday the 13th day of November, 1956, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the I persons interested are hereby notified District Court of said County, or the and required to appear, and show Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock | cause, If any they have, why instru- A. M.. of the day above mentioned all ment should not be probated and al- L. S. BOHANNOM My present Farm Insurance Policy covers only fire, lightning and windstorm — that's all the company can provide. Does your agency sell Fire and 'extended coverage' policies which include the above losses, plus smoke, hail, explosion and vehicle damage? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel .free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. Tuesday, Oetdber 90, 19SA Algeno (In.) Upptf Dti lowed as and lor the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, October 25, 1056. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. Wlnkcl & Wfnkel, Attorneys Algona, lovvn (Published Oct. 30, 1958. in The At- gona (Iowa) Upper DeS Moines.) IF IT'S NfiWS WfiWAtfT ft RE-ELECT "How Does That Guy Do It On His Salary?" New Car . . . Sure, lots of people buy the car of their dreams with the friendly help of this bank. If you are looking for a new car, be sure to look into our Auto Financing service, too. You pay only bank rates. And your paid-up loan establishes A-l Bank Credit Rating. Confidential Accommodating Algona Member FDIC Iowa Henry Scheppmann INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR FIRST DISTRICT Supervisor YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED General Election, Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1956. How to Vote Independent for HENRY SCHEPPMANN O Republican O Democratic O Independent n Eisenhower n Stevenson n (j Hickenlooper n Evans n (Other state candidates here) n Hoegh n Loveless [U n Duane E. Dewel G Ridout O (Other district and county candidates appear here). For Supervisor Henry Scheppmann Candidate Candidate Road Building Record During Scheppmann's Eight Years Service as Supervisor of The First District 1. 134 miles of grading io permanent grade in Schepp- mann's district. 2. 157 miles of graveling in Scheppmann's district. 3. 52 miles of stabilized base in Scheppmann's district. 4. 48 miles of black-top in Scheppmann's district. There are MORE MILES of black-top in this district of seven townships than in ALL of the FIVE COUNTIES adjoining Kossuth i (43-44-45*) Announcing Rambler For 57 With the Power and Economy News of the Year! Two LuVerne Residents Home From Hospital LuVerne — Donald Janssen young son of Mr and Mrs Earl Janssen, who has been a patient several weeks at the University hospital, Iowa City, is now at the home of his parents for a two week vacation. He underwent surgery on a hand earlier. Peder Hjelmel, a surgical patient in University hospital, Iowa City, was brought home by ambulance Tuesday. He is improving satisfactorily. Assist Corn Picking Bill Goetsch, Fred Goetsch and Clarence Nielsen went to Ventura Wednesday to assist with the corn picking on the farm of their brother-in-law and brother Andrew Nielsen. Mr Nielsen underwent major surgery earlier in the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Mrs Woodsen Passes Mrs Ray Aijard received word early Thursday morning of the death of her grandmother, Mrs Anna Woodsen, 79, of Fort Dodge. Mrs Woodsen visited in the Agard home many times and was well known. She suffered a stroke in April and was hospitalized for two weeks. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, in the Sacquety Funeral Home in Eagle Grove with Burial in Fort Dodge Cemetery. Mr and Mrs Martin Larsen of Webster City visited hf»r sister, THE NEW V-8 REALLY PACKS A WALLOPt IT'S FUN TO PARK! Choice of all-new 190 HP V-8 that gives peak performance on regular gas, or improved Record Economy 6 that went coast-to-coast on lees than a penny a mile for gas. LIKE SURPRISES? FUN-TEST RAMBLER! PRODUCT Of AH1R1CAN UOTOB9 rpODAY's the day, the new 1957 J. Rambler's "coming out" party! Come and enjoy the happy surprises. See new cars built the modern way, with Single Unit Construction that gives big-car room and comfort . . ; sports-car handling and maneuverability ... plus dollar-saving economy! • Distinctively smarter styling- lower, sleeker lines—lavish interiors. • Room for six 6-footers in the compact car that parks easiest of all. • New performance and economy with 190 HP V-8 or thrifty 6! • Only low-priced car with longer, softer coil springs on all four wheels, All-Season Air Conditioning, Hydra- Matic Drive, Airliner Reclining Seats, Twin Travel Beds. • Twice the safety with welded steel, box-girder frame that surrounds entire passenger compartment. Fun-test the new 1957 Rambler. See the low price tags for the car that's most fun to drive . . . brings highest resale value. Get a Lift Out of Going. .. Go Rambler Smartest Style * Lowest Cost . Highest Resale Value Tune in Disneyland—ABC Network. See TV lutingi for timt and channel.. SEE THE NEW Rambler-AT YOUR DEALER NOW! 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