The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 27, 1956 · Page 17
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Ntwrnlw 27,M5* Let Contract For New Sewer Algomi's city council handled a variety of business besides naming a new city clerk Wednesday, Nov. H. The new clerk, Dave Smith. wan appointed to fil) the vacancy in the office which followed the resignation of Ivy Scuffham, who had .served that post for 5'.*. years. Smith began his duties Friday, and will receive the help of Miss Scuffham in learning the lopes from now until Dec. 1. Salary of Smith during a three month probation period set up council will be $260 per jfloinesf November 27, 1956 by the month. Miss ant to Scuffham became assist- the city clerk in April. 1950, and was named clerk fol lowing the di'-jlh of Laura Mit- chell. 1951. who was then clerk, in She has capably handled her duties since March, 1951. Ivy was with the AAA from 1937 to 1943, and served as a deputy in the county auditor's office from then until 1950. She has accepted a position in the local ASC office and will begin her duties there Dec. 1. Smith is a life-long resident ol Algona. He is commander of the local Hagg-Turner Legion post, and was employed at Kent Motoi Co. until his appointment as clerk by the council. Helmers Bros, of Algona wore awarded the contract for installation of COO feet of sanitar\ sewer in the northwest portion ol town. The bid was $1457.20 'and the sewer depth will average 7.,'i feet. Bids from two other firms were received by the council. The Helmers bid was low. Another section of the storm sewer project in the east portion of town was discussed, and following legal publ.ication, bids for the work will be let and a public hearing held Wednesday night, Dec. 12. Building permits for John Mahoney. Bonnie Wibben, Clarence Fraser. W. H. Steffan and Kossuth Motor Co., a cigarette and beer permit for the Office Tavern and a beer permit for the Johnson House were all okayed by the council. DOGS A pack of dogs killed six pigs on the Herman Dokken farm near Alia recently. Nearly a dozen others were injured. GOLD PASS Wm. Winslow of Belle Plaine recently received a 23-karat gold pass from the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad, in recognition of 50 years service as a scale inspector. He's been retired for the past 15 years. better on a *\ .V •, >, , % •, •, \"> <• 3 V fc t, YOU SAW THEM IN "LIFII' STRETCHABLE SEAMLESS GAYMODES for the prettiest legs of the season! Young? Sophisticated? Sporty? All the gals welcome Penney's Seamless Gaymodes. Whisper-sheer nylons sheath her legs in one soft mist of color with no streaks to mar the effect. Proportioned lengths sizes. Norm., Midge., Long. Penney's gift bedspreads you have seen in "Life". Early American styling, reversible heavy cotton machine washes in lukewarm water. full or twin, 9.90 For your little gray . . . Dan River ginghams! Dri-Don finished to stay cleaner longer . . . press with touch-up ironing or none at all! sizes 6 to 16, 1.98 See them in Life . . . Penney's Towncraft rayon 'n acetate plaids, woven 2-ply for a rich worsted-like feel. "Custom- Shop" tailored.. Machine wash. Sizes: small, med. Ige. 3.98 Little miss chic's camisole atwirling In tulle and taffetiz- ed nylon . . . Elasticized back for perfect fit! Hand washable ... No ironing ! sizes: 6-16 -- 2.98 GIFTS WOmtimn MMF imm PMCI MO; ,_ ' ' f v (<, ^ i '--<. -_,. ,<-.'*.,.'' &*.?<* - <r. > 'X •: ' Towncraft PIMA.,. &c,*V NEW PENNEY SHIRT FEATURES 7-POINT CONTOUR TAILORING! ,; Penney's joins luxury Pima " cotton with exclusive new design in an all-new Towncraft , built for perpetual comfort "\ and good grooming...a dress < shirt built the way you are \ 98 1/1.17 sleeve DRIP DRY ADONNAS ponied up with lace 'n pleats As advertised in Life. Our Dacron nylon slip. Four gore cut won't ride up or twist even when you rnambo! Brights and pastels whisk through suds, need no ironing, ever ! Sizes 32 to 44 YOU SAW THEM IN "LIFE" MEN'S OPERA SUPPERS OF GLOVE SOFT LEATHER QUILTED BEMBERG RAYON N' ACETATE LITTLE EVENING DUSTER R«vels in Lace! Hums with Color I Machine Wash**. Sizes 6-1$. 7?° Supple Leather Uppers, Flexible Soles. Sizes 6-12. How Kossuth Voted -1952 And 1956 r:- *** /ot ,<•* 70 fpAiwtfeJD r- //$ ** 5* 3V" H#A*W *~ S *<*. ' 4* $* • ife * 7*!" *:.>" >; /<30 37? 207 - /sa, iff < v Po*rtA*/£ „ . r- /^t ^ •%* .H' no >'• ' -«, ft ' '.;• fluf, *• -,*> 31* '* •,'-. •• >,-« f jj, * ^-v H' ' s-/+i - ^- ^^' *;-, v^r, ^ , ' • 173 ,' V . ./•# / ^H^l^^^fe \ ; v\^/s^ : ^ *^- ; ^^i^ * « ft ' '?ip^^**i £," »TS"-'. r "-*.,? - H -» . v * t 'Iv *««i?p| ^JJii 'i.-A, ^.-.L' '• e . "K»*'l . >*sk.A>.». .^"'-tot^tJ, Cjl^C»^S^<fei ^.4pi?/j,jr52ife] fe^^lM-J «, .'\'*{'9fm ,' 1-&•&*£$•.? While the election of 1956 is now history, there has been considerable speculation in the county as to the comparative voting in 1952 and 1956. The Upper Des Moines made the comparison, as shown above, based entirely on the vote for the head of each ticket, which found the same men running for president against each other in both national election years. Each precinct vote is shown, with the votes for Eisenhower under "E" and the votes for Stevenson under "S". In each case, the 1952 vote is at the top, and the 1956 vote for each man is second. On the basis of comparisons, there was a switch in voting of between 12 and 13 percent from 1952 to 1956 so far as the head of the tickets is concerned. In 1952 Ike received 7,757 votes in Kossuth and Stevenson 4,332. In 1956 it was 6,776 for Ike and 5,522 for Stevenson. Ike thus dropped 981 in Kossuth county, and Stevenson gained 1,189 votes in the four-year interval. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN SAN DIEGO — Mark F. Koll- aseh, seaman, USN, son uf Mr and Mrs Fred H. Kollasch of Whittemore. la., returned to San Diego, Calif., Nov. 4 aboard the dock landing ship USS Colonial after participating in an amphibious landing exercise at Aliso Canyon, Del Mar. Calif., as a member of Navy Beachmaster Unit 1. The operation involved over 14,000 Marines of the 1st Marine Division and personnel of the Navy's Amphibious Force. Beachmaster Unit 1 is made up of amphibious specialists who land with the troops and control beach traffic from the shore. In addition they assist landing craft and vehicles to negotiate the heavy surf and maintain radio communications with bious task force. the amphi- FORT CARSON. COLO.—Army Pvt. Dun-el D. Bishop, 22, son of Mr and Mrs Dillarcl Bishop, Swea City, Iowa, is receiving biusic combat training with the 9th Infantry Division at Fort Carson, Colo. Bishop, a 1953 graduate of Swea City Consolidated High School, entered the Army this October. * * * I CORPS, KOREA—Army Pvt. Paul F. Haverly, son of Mr and Mrs Henry Haverly, Route 1, Wesley, luwa, recently was graduated troin the I Corps Non-Commissioned Officer Academy in Korea. Haverly completed the academy's supply course which trained him m clothing and equipment procedures, company records and tilts, and property records. Haverly entered the Army in January 1956 and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 22-year-old soldier is a 1953 graduate of Britt High School. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* NFO Ask Ike To Boot Benson Kossuth county was represented at the National Farm Organization (NP^O) convention held Nov. 12, 13 and 14 at St. Joe, Mo. There were over 800 delegates present from 13 states. Membership in the NFO is limited to actual farmers or those whose income is at least 50% from farming. There are 1885 members in Kossuth county, local officers state. Former Iowa Governor Dan Turner was one of the main speakers. Among resolutions adopted was one calling for 100% of original paritv. or cost of production plus a reasonable percent of profit for all farm products: a request that the government support all livestock and poultry and dairy products at 100% of parity, and if prices drop below that figure that a direct subsidy be paid the farmer, with acceptance of any reasonable controls; and a request that the President fire Ezra Benson. Kossuth Buys 80% Bond Quota Purchases of United States savings bonds in Kossuth county during the month of October shot the total for the county to $1,373,874 for the first ten months of the year. That total represents 80 percent of the quota for the county during 1956, according to county chairman G. D. Shumway of Algona. The state average for the same ten months is also 80 percent, while the national figure ig 76 percent. Ten-month totals in surrounding counties are: Emmet, $767,451, 71 percent; Hancock, $919,. 065, 88 percent; Humboldt, $841.« 231, 84 percent; Palo Alto, $561,., 100. 52 percent; and Winnebago, $832.946. 83 percent. PHEASANT Mrs Larry Barnes of ne«jf Grundy Center bagged a pha«»ant recently without firing a shot. The bird, apparently frightened, simply flew into the side of th§ house.

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