The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
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*-Algona (la.) Upper De* Molnef Thursday, October 3, 1957 Martys, Lu Verne In Car Mishap Lu Verne — Mr and Mrs Mclvin Marty were in an auto mishap, Friday evening, three miles north of Hardy when returning from Fort Dodge where they had gone to get the sons of Mrs Marty, Dennis and Douglas Keyser, who were with their grandparents in Fort Dodge. 'The car was badly damaged. All the Marty family are now in the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital. Melvin has a fractured collar bone and other bruises and injuries. Mrs Marty received a brain concussion, Dennis, 8, an injury to his wrist and shoulder, and Douglas a broken collar bone. Dennis and Douglas were to enroll in the LuVerne school, Monday. 4,000 Lb. Wool Sold Watt Struthers & Sons who live west of Ottosen recently sold a 4000 Ib. clip of wool from their feeder lambs. The wool was purchaser by Ralph Richards of Ottosen who buys for the Iowa Sheep & Wool Growers Cooperative. The Struthers are large and successful feeders of lambs. Most of this lot were Montana and Oregon lambs. 40 - Year Resident Buried Monday Last rites for Otto J. Nelson. 72, resident of Algona for more than 40 years, were held Monday at 2 p.m. in McCullough's Funeral Chapel. Rev. Norman Sharp officiated and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers were Ernest and Sophus Nelson, L. C. Paulsen, Clarence Haugstcd, Don Larson and Winfield Carlisle. Mr Nelson died Friday at a Cherokee hospital. He was a patient there for the past several years. He is survived by a brother and two sisters, none living in this area. Our Sincere Thanks To The Hundreds Who Were Our Guests at the D-X Station Opening We are all deeply appreciative of your fine compliments on the new D-X Service Station — and it was wonderful to be host to so many hundreds and hundreds of you folks at our Grand Opening. We hope you liked our many favors — at least, we gave away far .more than we expected to! The welcome sign is always out at D-X ... we hope we may serve you again and again, and that you will feel free to "wheel in" for any of our many D-X services. Frankl's D-X Service Mr. and Mrs. Ken Frankl Mid-West Service Co. Firestone Tire Dealer & Dists. •^ Big Week-End News At Diamond's! R-l-O-T! CHILDREN'S FLANNELS Red-hot Patterns All Washable All Kids Sizes 1.59 MEN'S FALL SPORTS SHIRTS Plaids, stripes, solids. Gabs, Dan Rivers, Even *) QC Wools (6i3v up MENS FLANNEL SPORTS SHIRTS Huge Selection Swell Patterns Ml Sizes .- 1.99 100% PURE ORLON MEN'S SWEATERS Brother, see these! Milwaukee-Knit brand. V or crew necks. Red, Blue, Grey, Black. Values to Q QQ $5.49 O.aai "" " WASH 'N WEAR IVY LEAGUE PANTS " Strictly the newest! Black or tan, smart "Ivy" type. Sizes 28 to 38. Iron 'em but don't Q QQ wash - O.OO FAIL JACKETS - Reversibles — Values to I $10.95 Take Your Choice At $7.95 DIAMOND'S Its always the right time TO BANK BY MAIL . . . There's no need to watch the clock, if you bank by mail. Your nearest mailbox is your "teller's window" . . . and It's always open! Use this handy banking service when a trip to our bank isn't convenient. Let us tell you how! Safe Confidential IOWA Algona Accommodating Member FDIC Iowa Algona High School Homecoming Friday Witty the Clear Lake Lions as the football foe, and four pretty students as Queen Candidates, Algona high school's annual homecoming event will take place here Friday evening. A special halftirne program will be presented, with Tom Hutchison as master of ceremonies, and the high school band performing its unusual routines. Floats of the four high school classes will parade before the grandstand, with winners of the float contest and the Homecoming Queen to be announced during the halftime intermission. Linda Smith will welcome the returning graduates and an alumnus will be selected to give the response. Darlene Skog- strom will present the Homecoming Queen. The Queen candidates are Marcia Anderson, Karen Hutchins, Judy Pickett and Paula Priebe. All are seniors. ;f yffifew ^f^'^&^i^MViimA fffeSiP Judy Pickett Karen Hutchins Ray K. Ferris Burial Tuesday Funeral services for Ray K. Ferris, 74, Mason City, were held at Mason City Tuesday at 10 a.m. Mr Ferris, father of Jerry Ferris of Algona, died suddenly at Marquette Friday night. He had been an engineer on the Milwaukee Road for 46 years. Besides the son, Jerry, his wife, three sons, a daughter and two sisters survive. He had been a frequent visitor here 2 Couples Get Wedding Licenses Two wedding licenses were issued during the week by County Clerk Alma Pearson. They went to the following couples: Sept. 28 — Stanley Ruse, Titonka, and Karen Reid, Letts. Sept. 30 — William Russell, Omaha, and Maxine Menke, Bancroft. Week's Top Kegler Orvul Hakes was the top kegler at Huwkuye Lanes this \verk with a 214 line. He also had a '203. Other men over 200 were John Rike 211, Cliff Ben- sehotcr 212, Art GITRMI 200, Dan Froelilich 200 and Monte Scobba ORDINANCE NO. 390 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINr ANCE NO. 341 ENTITLED "AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE ELEO-' TION..AND APPOINTMENT OF CITX OFFICIALS, PROVIDING FOR THEIR' COMPENSATION AND REPEALING ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT" BY ADDING THERETO A NEW SECTION PRESCRIBING THE METHOD FOR NOMINATING CANDIDATES FOR MUNICIPAL OFFICE. WHEREAS, the City of Algona does not now provide a specific method for the nomination of candidates for elective city offices, and WHEREAS, Section 363.11 of the Code of Iowa, 1954, as amended, gives a city having a population of less than 10.000 the privilege of electing to nominate candidates under the provisions of Chapter 45 of the Code o£ Iowa. 1954. NOW, THEREFORE,, BE IT ORt- DAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: Sec. 1. Ordinance No. 348 o£ ^he Ordinances of the City of Algona, Iowa, entitled: "An Ordinance Regulating the Election and Appointment of City Officials, Providing for their Compensation and Repealing Ordinances in Conflict", is hereby amended by inserting therein a new section to be designated la reading as follows; la. Nomination of Candidates. Candidates for all elective city offices shall be nominated under the provisions of Chapter 45 of the Code of Iowa, 1054. Sec. 2. Repealer. All other ordinances or parts of ordinances or resolutions of the City Council in conflict with the provisions hereof are liereby re 1 pealed. Sec. 3. Enactment. This ordinance being deemed of immediate importance will be in full force and effective from and alter its passage and publication as provided by law. /S/ DAVID A. SMITH City Clerk Approved: DR. CAMERON C. SHIERK Mayor NOTICE OF CALL TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Noiiet' is heri-by given that by resolution duly adopted on the 25th day. of September, 11)57, the City Council of the City of Algona, Iowa has called for iudetnption on November 1, I'j57, the following bonds: Bond Acrou l!)5li Street i (C & (-• ]!).% Sewer i I 1H5U Street i il nprovemi'iit issui.-d 5-1-50) nprnvi-ment ssLled 5-1-nli) Bonds Numbered 6 thru 11, incl. 2 thru 9, incl. Totla Principal Amount $8,000.00 4.000.00 9.000.00 d 11-1-50) 6 thru 14. incl. The owners ni said bonds are hereby advised to surrender said bonds to he City Treasurer of the City of Algnna, Iowa, for redemption on or before November 1. 1U57, and said bonds shall, on and after that date', cease to bear iiturust. /S/ DAVID A. SMITH City Clerk Open At Noon SATURDAY T-V AND RADIO WORLD SERIES FOOTBALL FREE SNACKS AT THE Moose Lodge ALGONA WELCOME TO ALGONA'S BAND FESTIVAL AND MARCH TO Bargains At TENDER CHOICE CLUB STEAK LEA.N TRIMMED PORK CUTLETS U..49C LOIN END PORK CHOPS FANCY BABY BEEF HEARTS U..29C FREEj'Tampico.Jt Bristle Pastry ' WITH SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD POUND PORK SAUSAGE 690 CUDAHY TOPS, TRAY PACKED, PURITAN BACON Lb. FRESH DRESSED SPRING FRIES FRESH, FULL - PACK 89C HORMEL'S DAIRY BACON FLORIDA SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 1Qfor59c FRESH PITTED DATES 2 ibs. 49c TASTYLOIN FROZEN PERCH FILLETS u. 29e SNOBOY 6 OZ. CAN FROZEN ORANGE JUICE ..... 6 for MISS MUFFET FROZEN SLICED 10 OZ. PKG. STRAWBERRIES... 6 for SCOTCH MAID FROZEN CORN-PEAS-LIMAS $1 Pkg. 17C CARAMEL Bord^n's Pop Out BUTTERMILK BISCUITS 2 for 25c JACK SPRAT COLORED OLEO 5 Ibs. $1 A FESTIVAL SPECIAL ANY CARAMEL APPLE BOOTH ROUND 10 OZ. PKG. BREADED SHRIMP 59c AT RAY'S SATURDAY ONLY JACK SPRAT FLOUR 5 LB. BAG 4SC FANCY RED TOKAY GRAPES Lb. FANCY COOKING APPLES 2Lbs. lOc 25c DUNCAN HINES EATMORE CRANBERRIES ,ib. 19c MA BROWN Assorted Preserves - 4 for $1 REGULAR PACKAGES TIDE 2 for 59c SALLY ANN LARGE ROUND ANGEL FOOD CAKE 39c BUTTERMILK PANCAKE FLOUR 3 Ib. bag 490 DES MOINES RAY'S BLEACH Gal. 35c Qt. 15c Valley Breakfast Prunes 2 Lbs. 39c ICEBERG SALAD DRESSING Qt. Jar 39C

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