The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1965 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1965
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(la.) Upper Dtt MolnM f u ., day> D«e«mb«r 7, 1965 Bancroft Man Injured In Mishap There A Bancroft resident, Roger Roe, 21, suffered facial lacerations in a car-truck crash on highway 169 there at 7:15 p. m. Thursday. He was taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment. Driver of the auto was Ronald L. Leinlnger, 17, Algona, while driver of the truck was Robert F. Rahe, 31, Bancroft. Both vehicles were headed south at the time of the mishap. According to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, who investigated, the trucker signaled a left turn and the auto could not stop in time, hitting the rear of the truck and rolling the latter on its side east of the highway. The car was considered a total loss, while the truck sustained an estimated $1,500damage. The Algona driver was charged with a speed restriction. Ex-Titonkans Buy A Motel A former Titonka business man, Kenneth Swan, who operated a furniture store and funeral home there for 20 years, is the new owner with his wife, of the Nesbit Motel and Beauty Parlor at Clear Lake, effective Jan. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Swan had been living in Clear Lake since selling their business in Titonka, and Mr. Swan had been with Waddell and Reed Investment Co. the past six years. The motel contains 18 units, a beauty shop, and a home for the owners. Breaks Back William Gies of Swea City had the misfortune last Thursday to suffer a broken back in a fall at his farm home. Mr. Gies, who is 62, is a patient in an Esthervllle hospital. Set Up Tax Assessment Hearing Date Marc Moore, county auditor, received confirmation Wednesday, setting Dec. 13 as the date for a representative group from the county to appear before the state tax commission to present objections to a 20% raise in taxation on farm buildings. Kossuth county is one of 82 counties affected by a change in assessments and many counties are scheduled to present objections. Notice of the increase was received here Nov. 16 and a request for a hearing of objections was filed Nov. 26. Representing Kossuth county will be Mr. Moore, along with Leo Immerfall, county accessor; Gordon Winkel, county attorney; and some members of the county board of supervisors and county board of review. Algonan Feted By GOP For County Work Oliver S. Carlson, chairman of the Kossuth county Republican central committee, announced today that Kirk Hayes, finance chairman of the committee, was honored at Spencer Thursday evening for having attended all of the meetings and for the county's having reached 100% of its financial goal of approximately $2900. This county is one of only six in the state to have achieved Its goal. Attending the meeting were Republicans from the 6th district of Iowa. Featured speaker of the evening was James E. Bronwell of Center Point in Linn County, representing the 2nd district of Iowa in the national legislature. Mr. Carlson announced the Republican party has taken a post office box 22 for future donations. Future plans of the party, accord- Ing to Mr. Carlson, Include securing qualified candidates for the 1966 election. Mr. Hayes stated that "Buck Night" donations are now past due and may be mailed to the new postal box. Honor Everds Jim Everds of Algona was recently elected president of the Asphalt Paving Ass'n. of Iowa, at its convention in Des Moines. He and his brother, Dick, are partners In the Everds Bros, firm here, a major asphalt'road building organization. Club To Meet Four Corner Mothers and Daughters club will meet Dec. 8 at Good Hope Community room for a 12:30 luncheon. Hostesses will be Minnie Walker, Gladys Eisenbarth, Ruth Harlan and Irene Bjustrom. Roll call will be a cookie exchange along with the recipe; also a family Christmas custom. Each one is asked to bring a homemade gift tot exchange and a wrapped gift for either a boy of girl to be sent to the Christian Home at Council Bluffs. Maude Robinson will give an article on Charter Cheer. Account Matter One new case was filed in district court here this week. The Emmetsburg Ready-Mix Co., plaintiff, is seeking settlement of a $611.64 promissory note from Eldon Shaw, defendant. BE A SMITH-CORONA' SANTA CLAUS... and treat yourself to this beautiful, easy-to-own portable. It's the perfect complement to your office at home. Just a few dollars each month will make this full-featured machine your own. We have a complete selection of Smith-Corona portables. One of them will fit your need and your budget perfectly. CLASSIC 12 by SMITH-CORONA A good-looking, broad-shouldered machine with a 12" carriage to handle oversized jobs in a jiffy. 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