The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 5, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 5, 1966
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Driver Charged After Mishap Algeria, (lo.) Upi*r 0* Meine* A rural Algona man, Joseph Arndorfer, 78, sustained minor injuries and was charged with making an illegal left turn alter his car, at the right in the above photo, collided with a vehicle driven by Arnie L. Meyer, 25, Algona, Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the intersection of highway 18 and Main street here. Mr. Arndorfer was taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment of Injuries to his nose, ribs, arm and left thumb. The Arndorfer auto was headed west and the Meyer auto was headed east at the time of the mishap. Police investigated. Damage to the Meyer car was estimated at $700, while $400 damage resulted to the Arndorfer vehicle. A day earlier, at 9:30 p. m., autos driven by Robert C. Clark, 28, Britt, and Mary A. Waldron, 27, Sherburn, Minn., collided on highway 9, four miles west of Swea City, resulting in $350 damage to the vehicles, according to Patrolman J. R. Michael who investigated. (UDM Polaroid Photo) 13 New Vehicles Licensed Here Thirteen vehicles and one boat* trailer were registered in Kossuth county last week, as follows: FORDS - Floyd Brekke, Arm- strong, (P-U); Ed Blumer, Algona; Bell Motor Co., Swea City. CHEVROLETS - Albert H. Seper, Lakota (P-U); Consolidated Creameries, Whittemore, truck; Jos. G. Miller, Wesley; Eldred Holden, Bode; Arthur C. Miller, Titonka. Boat Trailer - David L. Klein, Wesley. INTERNATIONAL - Marlin O. Runksmeier, Ledyard (P-U). PLYMOUTH - Carl H. Hanselman, Livermore. MERCURY - Verne Molinder, Swea City. DODGE - Arthur R. Mogler, Whittemore. Baby Pigs Lost Two sows, 10 baby pigs, and two hog houses of portable type were lost in a fire on the Robert Anderson farm, southwest of Swea City, last week. There was no phone service at the farm, and Mr. Anderson had to drive to town to report the situation. Train, Highway Patrol John Gilbert and Dean Voster, Algona, have been accepted to attend the Iowa Highway Safety Patrol Academy at Camp Dodge April 18 to May 18. Voster came to the Algona area about three years ago and is the clerk for the drivers examiner. John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gilbert. He graduated from AHS and has been in service FREE PRE-EASTER HAM WITH EACH MAJOR PURCHASE - OVER '89.95 FROM NOW THROUGH APRIL 9 ANNIVERSARY 30" COUNTESS GAS RANGE Cooking convenience, plus new easy- to-clean features! Cook on even heating burners with always-level 3-point suspension grates. The safety burners cannot be turned on by accident. Oven has silicone door seal, keeps heat in. Smokeless broiler rolls out easily on ball-bearing tracks. Chromed drip pan and oven racks and smooth porcelain finish clean in a jiffy! 47-6820 79< SIZE Save up to $40 on a 30" Coronado! $ Regularly $169.95 139 95 with trade TOOTHPASTE I, X I h. fomfly too*po»t* „. in «t txlr* irae »!*•. 5 o*, tvbe. NO MONEY DOWN $1.90 Per Week, Payable Monthly Prell LIQUID SHAMPOO $1 SIZE 78 Limit Two RicH, new.fornwlo Fred for aO hair typti In 9 generoMf 7 ox. tiie.*»-t«*. CORONADO 30" You get perfect cooking control with infinite-setting burners that heat instantly . . . cool quickly. The easy- to-reach control panel on the lighted backguard has signal lights that tell you when oven or burners are in use. Additional features: a fluorescent lamp, clock, automatic oven control, 1-hour timer and an appliance outlet with automatic control plus a roomy bottom storage drawer. <7-636i ALBERTO VO-5 HAIR SPRAY $1.50 SIZE COUNTESS ELECTRIC Regularly $199.95 159 with trade NO MONEY DOWN $2.00 Per Week, Payable Monthly PEPTO-BISMOL 98< SIZE $117 1 limit On* Cryttal-deot holr tproy, for ta$y« to-hold to normal hair, 10'/i o?.w-T«o4 73 Limit On* Famottt anti-odd and dlaettive aid. A bi0 8 m. til* borrie at ttt low price.

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