The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1962 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 5, 1962
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8-Algana (Itt.) Upper Des Molne* Tuesday, June 5, 1962 Fire Destroys Cattle Shed On Algona Farm A cattle shed nn Ihe Dale Bannister farm four miles east of Algona on McGregor street road was destroyed by fire about fi p.m Thursday. Portions of an old caved-in barn \vcre also burned There was no estimate of damage. Algona firemen rushed to (lie srene and were hampered in their efforts to put the fire out until tractors were hooked on to burning portions of Ihe two buildings, whieh were pulled out into a hog yard and extinguished. According to Assistant fire Chief Ralph filbert, a boy on the farm had been playing with mat- flics and about two feet of straw and hay caught fire. Luckily, damage was limited to the two buildings. There was no damage when fire was extinguished under a partially- dismantled barn on South Hale street here at :M(i p.m. Saturday (Jrass and straw under the building caimht fire, possibly while neighborhood boys were smoking there, but firemen put it out at once. A false alarm was turned in Friday at 7:47 p.m. Firemen hurried to ,120 North Hidgely after the call was received, but found no fire. A warning wns Issued hy firemen to parents of children who insist upon either going to the fire station when the whistle blows or 0,1- lowing fire trucks to the scene of fires. The practice should be stop| ped at once. Firemen feel that ! if children continue to do it, t:ie might be seriousl.' injured or killed by a speeding vehicle trying to get to the scene of a fire. It is best to keep the children far away from fire equipment and off the streets after Ihe whistle blows. Seven Wedding Licenses Are Issued Here Seven licenses to wed were issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson during the past week. They went In the following couples: Iowa City Girl To Wed Algona Man On June 18 AN INVITATION Welcome To A! FRIDAY, JUNE 8 FOR "GET ACQUAINTED DAY' :ona j! We look forward to < your visit to our store! | Let's get acquainted 5 over a free cup of I coffee all day Friday and Friday evening. We encourage you to j take one of the free , industrial tours. Buses leave from State and Moore streets. Get acquainted with an industry ! CY 4-3260 Dr. Robert Q. Christensen, Iowa City, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Christensen of Algona, will wed Miss Patricia Cahill, pictured above, at Iowa City St. Mary's Catholic church, June 18, it has been announced. The bride-to-be is a daughter of Mrs. William A. Cahill of Iowa City, is a graduate of the Mercy Hospital school of nursing, and is head nurse in the surgery department at Mercy hospital there. Dr. Christensen is a graduate of the University of Iowa College of medicine. I!i58. and is at present a resident doctor at University Hospitals. (Foto courtesy Iowa City Press-Citizen.) May 29 — Lloyd Broesder and Linda Larson. May 31 — Donald J. Fuichem and Judith A. Whitehurst: Anthony J. Klooster and Helen K. Ernst; David Macumber and Marlys Bratrud: Charles Thomas and Gertrude Kahler: and Francis J. King and Dorothy C. Woodcock. June 2 — Larry A. Reefer and Sandra K. Minard. 5 Begin Week At Boys State Algona's five representatives to Boys State at Camp Dodge, sponsored by the American Legion of Iowa, began a busy week Sunday afternoon. The Algona representatives are John Phillips, Tom Waller, Tim Dailey, Mike Smith, and Louis Heinen. They were taken to Camp Dodge Sunday morning in the club wagon of the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. Hie boys come home next Sunday afternoon, with Leo Morman of Whittemore and Mrs Craig Smith of Algona to furnish transportation. Mr Morman is a camp counselor. MIMEOGRAPH PAPEH, all sizes, colors — Upper Dei Moines Pub. Co., ANNOUNCEMENT: The Beauty Shop located in the former Fowler Store location, soon to be occupied by our firm ... WILL REMAIN OPEN DURING THE USUAL HOURS, AS IN THE PAST, WITH THE SAME OPERATORS, WHILE WE ARE REMODELING. SHE EYS Phone CY 4-3477 Corner State & Dodge Algona 105 Children Get Aid, Charity Fund In the past year from June 1 to June 1. Algona Charities expended $95-4.28 in helping 105 children to achieve better health, including eye and teeth assists, a report filed by Mrs Beulah Richardson, school nurse, indicated this week. Forty seven children were aided in general ways, 14 had dental work done, 16 were fitted with glasses, and 18 had disease protection. Those helped via the Algona Charities Fund, were borderline cases where family income wan insufficient to pay the costs. ' '"• IF IT'S NEWS, WE I JUST SAW MY WIFE GO INTO THE HUB IN ALGONA . . . MAN! WHAT A FATHER'S DAY I'M GOING TO HAVE THIS YEAR! $29.98 BASKING IN SUN AND COMPLIMENTS Jean Lang creates a fabulous s.,iT.rr.<.v fa,on;,.' kej wilh a delicate floral design and highlighted at ire si ni want with appliqued emUniduiy. A tuol, 5,,^ fashion in size> 10 to 13. HUNDREDS OF SMART, ATTRACTIVE SEASONABLE DRESSES ARE AWAITING YOUR SELECTION. THIS IS JUST ONE OF THE BETTER DRESSES. OTHERS AT $7.93, $11.98. $14.98, $19,98, $22.98. Hot weather is ahead and the CHRISCHILLES STORE is prepared. By actual count we have over 1000 dresses for the summer months . . . juniors — 5-15, regulars — 10-20, and half sizes — 12'2-24'2. Cottons, bembergs, eyelets, voiles, dacrons, jerseys, and tweeds — in every color and print. When you think of a summer dress, think of the CHRISCHIL- LES STORE. When you are going to buy a new dress, be SURE and shop the CHRISCHILLES STORE before you choose . . . QUALITY for 92 years means you can buy with complete confidence at the price you want to pay. ROSE MARIE REID AND DARLENE BATHING SUSTS . $17.93 to $24.98 m * SUNDAY, JUNE J7 . . . and I know I'm going to be pleased too ... because I know that the HUB handles only top quality, name brand clothing. And, although my wife isn't the sharpest girl in the world about buying men's clothing, I'm not worried. The expert assistance she'll receive at the HUB insures me she'll pick out just what I want. HERE ARE JUST A FEW ITEMS THE HUB CARRIES THAT DAD WILL WEAR AND LOVE FOR YEARS TO COME ! - McGregor Sportswear — Interwoven Socks- Van Huesen Shirts — Wembly Ties t Samsonite Luggage -Jockey Underwear- Swank Jewelry — Campus Sport Shirts Masterbuilt Slacks — Esquire Socks — Rolf's Billfolds IF IN DOUBT GIVE HIM A GIFT CERTIFICATE LEUT mUAMS ALGQNA.IQWA

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