The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 17, 1957
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(to.) Upper Pe> Motftet Thursday, Ort. t?, 1957 One OMVI Fine, $7,946 Damage Case In Court Two cases involving driving of motor vehicles, ;md a damage action seeking judgment for $7,946,05 from the Kossuth County Fair Association, were the only items of business in Kossuth district court this week. Milton W. Geitzenavier, Corwith, entered a plea of guilty to a charge previously filed o'f operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, and was fined $300 and costs, and his license was suspended for 60 days, bv Judge O. V. Slillman. Monday." Gertrude Steinman,' Algona, wa8 charged with an OMVI offense in a new case filed. The incident occurred Oct. 9 about 11 p.m., according to state highway patrolmen, who filed the charge. The defendant was arrested in Algona. Paula Priebe is plaintiff, through Berle E. Priebe, in « damage action asking judgment for $7,946.05 from the Kossuth County Agricultural Ass'n as a | result of an accident at the county fair Aug. 15, 1956. The plaintiff states she was standing near the stock barn whftn a calf suddenly reared up and struck her, and that she suffered a compound leg fracture as a result. Negligence on the part of the fair board is charged. A jury trial is demanded. 'Sputnik' Theme Of School Party Outer space, much in the news since the Russians launched Sputnik, will be the theme of a program which will be presented at Lucia Wallace school by new public school teachers in the Algona Community School District Tuesday night, Oct. 22. All Algona public school teachers have been invited to the affair, which will begin with dinner at the Good Hope church at 6 p.m. Members of the faculty will then go to Lucia Wallace school for the program, which has been arranged by Mrs Ruth McVay. The event is the largest one of the fall season for the faculty here, LETTER TRAYS at Upper Des Moines. Hand Mangled St. Joe — Waiter Freilingrr who had the misfortune to have his right hand severely mangle® in a corn picker List Wednesday. is improving satisfactory at St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge, but will have to remain in the hospital for skin grafting Former Titonka Pastor Dies Funeral services for the Rev G. M. Squires. 74, a former Titonka minister, were held at the Harcouft Methodist Church CVt 10. Mr Squires had been the minister of the Methodist Church in Titohka from 1P20 to 192R. Mr Squires was born Nov. 11 1882. He was married to Vara James. He had been in failing health for the past three months Mr Squires is survived by his wife, Harcourt; and four daughters. Dorothy Breck, Kalispel Mont.; Marybeth Jones, Early; Helen Barnes, North Bend, Neb., and Ruth Miller, Onika. Mrs Mikes, 92, Dies, West Bend Mrs Joseph Mikes, 92, a resident of West Bend for 56 years died Thursday, Oct. 10, at her home. in West Bend. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1935. Survivors are two daughters Mrs Bert Shellmyer, Whittemore. and Mrs Cleve Carter, Graettinger; three sons, Jordan, Colfax; Joseph Jr., Fairfax, Minn., and John, at home. Funeral services were Saturday at home and at 2 p.m. at the Bogaard Funeral Home at West Bend, with burial in the West Bend Cemetery. Fractures Arm In Auto Mishap A Whittemore youth, Melvin Schultz, 16, received a fractured left arm when the pickup truck he was driving crashed into a ditch and rolled over just west of Whittemore on a county road at 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Young Schultz reportedly was driving behind another vehicle at the time of the mishap. He applied the brakes on his vehicle, which was headed east, and swerved into the south ditch. Damage' to the vehicle was estimated at $250 by Deputy Sheriff Don Wood, &t WINTER WINDS HOWL! 0 WINDOW __ MATERIALS EASY To INSTALL Cheaper than Slaw-lasts for Years WARP'S WINDOW MATERIALS ON SAIE AI KOHLHAAS HARDWARE Algona Grain & Feed Co.'s COMING Tues., Oct. 29 In Algona With AN ALL DAY CELEBRATION WATCH FOR IT .-. AND USE ; Supersweet feeds Algona Grain & Feed Co. • • < •• $i*t St. ei C. ft N. W, r%j CY4- , I CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S ••• CONSUMER'S Quick Sail. Out Last Time - NOW AGAIN! PORK OAST FRESH! LEAN! MEATY! CONSUMER'S 'MISSION" BRAND Pumpkin ROYALTY BRAND SLICED I LB. Pineapple - 5 cans 1 NO. 303 CANS OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRY SAUCE 2 cans 45 DWAN'S HEAVY SYRUP PEACHES - NO. 2!/ 2 CANS cans TASTY - RIPE, HEAVY SYRUP 3 NO. 2Vi CANS cans SEEDLESS RAISINS MEDIUM PRUNES 2-Lb. THOSE GOOD ROUND ANGEL-FOOD FROSTED COFFEE CAKES 29c ROBIN HOOD WtyTE BAKING I ^^QQ M 25 IUUUL Lbs. FROZEN RED ^^^^•^^•^•^•^^0 PACKAOlS $1 FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN Swift's Old - Fashioned SMOKED RING Extra Heavily Smoked 'Lb. FU LLY-TRIMMED BEEF ROAST REAL COUNTRY STYLE THEY'RE REALLY REALLY LEAN THEY'RE REALLY REALLY MEATY Decker's lowana Grainy LARD Just Like Home Rendered 4 Lb. PAIL 98c Colby Longhorn CHEESE Fresh Cot - Full Creamed 49cLb. Want To See Some Nice BEEF QUARTERS? Stop this week-end and see these very nice 90 - TOO pound Young Corn - Fed Heifer quarters we have in our new meat cooler. Select the one you want, and we'll do the rest! ORANGE JUICE ,. Kans THRIFT . PAK (AU FLAVORS) ICECREAM .........:% Gallon 'ft. ^BKr ^B^^ ^PBPw, j^PF^iBk MOWN Of FOWWWD SUftA* £ Ljj S . 39* . _ , _ * *•« i* * * . ; MICHIGAN JONATHON BUSHEL $2,98 CELLO Ifl BAG • ** CELERY URGE STALK 19 c LIPTON TEA SPECIAL BLACK TEA GREEN TEA 16 Bags 16 Bags 2lc 27c WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS |f it ,

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