Linda Jean Mynster Honored Saturday - Council Bluffs Nonpareil - 25 Jan 1948, page 15

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organist and accompanied Donald Siegrist when he sang. A reception followed in the church parlors when a mixed bouquet centered the table. Serving at the reception were Mesdames Peicy Biokman, Ly'le Osier and Joseph Luck! iesh. Miss Shirley Quick had the guest book. The couple left on a wedding trip and after March 1 will make their home on a farm seven miless outh of Council Bluffs. * * * Johnny Storey, Colin Franke, Vickie Bates, Gary Fischer, Kurt Grabble, Roger 'Kissel, Sharon, .Tackie, Donnie and Eileen Doner, June Ketcham and Ella and Barbara Anderson, with their respective mothers. Susan Fisqher Is Hostess Friday evening at the Carl H. Fischer home, Susan Fischer was hostess at an informal dancing and game party. Guests spent the evening dancing to records with light refreshments served by the hostess's mother at the close of the evening. Bidden guests included, Shirley Dorman, Evelyn Zarr, Dorothy Meyer, Gloria Durick, and Shirley King and Patrick Finerty, Mike Gallagher, Ralph Saar, Robert Sorensen, John Harling and Byron Hansen. * * * Linda Jean Mynster Honored Saturday Saturday afternoon at 2-30 o'clock, Mrs. Thomas Mynster · arranged a party honoring her daughter, Linda Jean on her first birthday anniversary. The table was centered with a pink and white decorated cake, holding one pink taper. Balloon favors suspended fiom the ceiling for each guest. During the afternoon, flash bulb pictures were taken as the party progressed. Bidden guests included Bobbie Miller, Butchie Clark, Richard Russell, Jean Kay and at m:\o-s Federal Court to Open Tuesday Nineteen Cases on Docket This Term Two criminal and 17 civil cases are on the calendar for the January term of federal district court which gels underway here Tuesday at 10 a. m., with Judge hades A. Dewey of Des Moinos presiding. ·Judge Dewey will call for disposition of cases at 10 a. m. The 60 members of the petit jury panel have been ordered to report at 2 p. m. Tuesday, which is the time set for the hearing of the $11,500 suit of Berwyn Hamilton, Glenwood, against the National surety corporation of New Yoik. Hamilton alleges the C. P. Hamilton and Sons store in Glenwood suffered a money loss, during 1944 and 1945, which was covered by a iiucly bond on em- ployes. He says the accounting firm of Congdon and Becker of Omaha examined the books and determined the loss. Hamilton asked $5,000 on each of two counts and $1,200 for the accountant's bill. The surety firm contends Hamilton has failed to- prove s loss of cither money or stock by the clothing store's employes and refuses to pay his claim. Court officials said the cases of Robert C, Drummy, 21, Omaha, and David O. Barrick, 22, Carter Lake, charged with transporting an alleged stolen car from Missouri to Council Bluffs Sept. 15 may first be tried. Officials understood the men would stand trial instead of plead. Five emergency price control suits brought by the government against food stores and one landlord are to be dismissed unless the government tries them. Road Materials Higher in 1947 KANSAS CITY, #--Unit prices on 11 out of 14 classfications component parts of federal-state highway projects in Iowa were up 9.8 to 43.2 per cent in 1947 over, late 1945, Clifford Shoemaker, division engineer of the,public roads administration, reported Saturday. In three classifications, however, prices were lower. The biggest price increases were in structural steel and in metal pipe culverts, Shoemaker's report showed. Contracts awarded in Iowa showed structural steel up 14.7 per cent in 1947 over 1945 on primary roads and per cent over the same period secondary roads. Roadway excavation costs, however, were down to 21.8 per cubic yard on primary last year, compared with 22.7 cents in 1945. On secondary roads, it was 20.1 cents per yard, compared with 19.2 cents 1945. The 1947 average price concrete paving was $2.482 per square yard compared with in late 1945 and super-structure concrete was $42.826 per cubic yard to $44.310 in 1945. In 1947, Iowa had 635,171 square yards of primary road paving but no paving on secondary roads, Shoemaker's report said. Tabor Home Damaged Special lo The N o n p a r e i l . TABOR--The eight-room home of Miss Mabel McCormick on Tabor's main street was damaged by fire Saturday. The roof was ablaze when firemen were called. Contents of the .house were saved, and damage was confined to the roof and walls. WHEN YOU WANT GOOD SEMI-ANTHRACITE

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