The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 9, 1965 · Page 10
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Fined $424 On 4 Charges After 100 - Mile Hour Chase Car Demolished But Driver Almost Unhurt As the result of a 100-mile per hour chase beginning at 1:30 a.m. Saturday here, a LuVerne man, Don Hilbert, wound up paying fines and court costs totaling $424 in Mayor Bill Finn's court Sunday. And Hilbert, who sustained a cut from his lip across the right cheek, a bump on the head and blackened eyes, was very lucky to escape with minor injuries when the auto he was driving crashed to end the chase. The auto was demolished, according to Patrolman Charles Bird, who arrested the man several hours after the crash near Rodman. As pieced together following the incident, this is the way the story went: Hilbert was seen going through a stop sign at the Intersection of East State and Phillips streets here at 1:30 a. m. A police car started after him, then let Bird take over when the latter was located at Schultz Bros, garage. Leaving that area of the city at an estimated 80 miles per hour, the Lu Verne driver and Bird headed south on 169 to a gravel road intersection about two miles south of the city and headed west. Speeds of 100 miles per hour were attained on the fast run to highway 44 south of Whittemore - and the two vehicles crossed it on to the pavement leading to Rodman. Bird's car sustained minor damage to the oil pan while traveling on the gravel road when the bottom of the vehicle hit the road bed as the car struck chuck holes and ruts along the way. Heading toward Rodman, Hilbert came to ah S-curve near the town .- and couldn't make it at such high speed. The auto, a 1964 Chevrolet, flew from the road, leaped over a fence and landed in a plowed field, smashing the car. Bird didn't see the mishap, or did not see the auto laying in the field, so he continued through Rodman and headed north, thinking he was still within range of the offender. A wrecker was called from Whittemore, presumably by Hilbert, and the auto was towed to the Elbert garage there. It was located a few hours later and the man arrested, Charges which resulted in the heavy fine and cost total we re for going through four stop signs on the wild chase; speeding 100 miles per hour in a 50 mile zone; and failing to stop for a pursuing peace officer flashing a red light. The total levied was one of the largest, if not the largest ever in Mayor's court here, on driving charges. Shriners Hold Annual Xmas Party Here The Algona Shrine Club held its annual Christmas' party for its ladies at 6:30 p. m. Wednesday evening at the Algona Country Club, according to Leon Laird, president. Frank Roscoe of Emmetsburg was master of ceremonies. Featured entertainment was furnished by Rex and Eilene Ramere, who recently appeared at the Palmer House in Chicago after appearances in New York, Paris and London. In charge of the event were Frank Moulton and Harry Greenberg. Glenn Seger furnished organ dinner music. • New officers of the club will assume their duties Jan. 20. ; They include Les Kenyon, new president; Armin Schultz, vice . president; and Stu McFadden, secretary - treasurer. K. T. Peirce and Don Deal have been elected to the board of directors. Mr. Laird will continue as an . ex-officio member of the board. There are now about 80 members of the local club. Cord Forty Lone Rock Legion Auxiliary will hold a card party Dec. 9 at 8 p. m. The public is invited. 10-Aleona, (la.) Upper De* MoinesThuriday, D««»mb»r 9, 1965 R. W. Anderson Named Phone Co. Service Head R. W. ANDERSON Ray W. "Swede" Anderson of Algona has been promoted to service supervisor for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company here, according to J. L. Claude, Manager. Ho replaces H. B. Hicks, who is on a sickness leave of absence. Anderson, a native of Des Molnes, graduated from East high school and Joined the telephone company there in 1925. He worked on maintenance and installation assignments in Des Moines, Mason City and Webster City before coming to Algona as an Installer-repairman in 1935, In 1952 he was named equipmentman, the post he now leaves. A member of the Methodist church Anderson is also active R, B. HICKS in the Prudence Masonic Lodge #205. He and his, Mavis, have two children and eight grandchildren. One son, Jerry, lives in Algona and the other, Roger, is from Lexington, Nebr, Hicks Is a native of Omaha and graduate of Abraham high school in Council Bluffs. He joined the company there in 1925 and worked in Red Oak, Spirit Lake and Arnolds Park before coming to Algona in 1947 as a combinationman. He was named service supervisor here in 1952. He and his wife, Helen, have two children and one grandchild, A daughter, Jane Doocy, lives in Bancroft and a son Dave is in the Air Force stationed at the present time on Okinawa. Farm Night School To Begin Here On Dec. 13 • • — •>• > •^••t»*wrtwtud«Mi«w*»iw»irffc»^ '/ *-4*. •• K , <*L**'-,-.-•• •-•• Plans for the twentieth annual Farmers Evening School have been completed by the Advisory Council and the first meeting is set for Monday evening, Dec. 13, 1965 at 8:00 p. m. in the high school Annex. The Farm School is a part of the Vocational Agriculture program in the Algona Community High School and is conducted by George W. Sefrit, Vocational Agriculture Instructor. The Advisory Council has planned a series of 10 meetings based on problems pertaining to the production and management of the four major livestock and Crop enterprises in pur area; Swine, Beef Cattle, Corn and Soybeans. Subjects and dates are as follows: Dec. 13, 1965 - Swine Production and Management. Dec. 20, 1965 - Beef Cattle Production Problems. Jan. 10, 1966 - Soybean Production problems. Jan. 17, 1966 - Soybean Production Problems. Jan. 24, 1966 - Corn Production Problems. Jan. 31, 1966 - Corn Production Problems. Feb. 7, 1966 - Corn Production Problems. Feb. 14, 1966 - Corn Production Problems. Feb. 21, 1966 - Corn Production Problems. Feb. 28, 1966 - Corn Production Problems. Mar. 7, 1966 - Farmer's Evening School Banquet. The enrollment fee for the school is $1.50 for the 10 meetings. Anyone wishing additional information may contact one of the Advisory Council members, Supt. 0. B. Laing or George W. Sefrit, Vocational Agriculture Instructor, Algona, la. Members of the Advisory Council for 1965-66 school year are: Joe Besch, Whittemore; Charle^Bjustrom, Whittemore; Harold BJustrom, Whittemore j Floyd Bode, Algona; Charles Dearchs, Algona; Dean Dodds, Algona j Glenn Gabriel son, Sexton; Ervin Gerber, Algona; Ronald Gerber, Algona; Dick Kuecker, Algona; Richard Mawdsley, Algona; and Joe Skow, Wesley. HOSPITAL NEWS Nov. 29 - Admitted: Mrs. Susanna Thilges, West Bend, medical. Nov. 30 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Milo Kollasch, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs., 1 lz.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shipler, Algona, girl, T Ibs., 5 01,; admitted: Kent Seely, Algona, surgery; Carol Haag, Mrs. Ida Wilden, Beth Ann Leaneagh, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Mary Mogenson, Bancroft. Dec. 1 - Admitted: Mrs. Kay Peters, baby Angela Peters, Kathleen Carman, Thomas Kain, Sam Eggers, Algona, medical; Janet Loss, Irvington, T & A; Cynthia Grimm, Algona, T & A; Susan Schiltz, Bancroft, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Kermit Kuecker and baby, West Bend; William Liesener, Carol Haag, Beth Ann Leaneagh, Algona. Dec. 2 - Admitted: Roger Roe, Bancroft, accident; Wade Sullivan, Donald Ludwig, Algona, medical; Brian Tigges, Lone Rock, medical; Mrs. Margaret Fox, Bancroft, medical; Frank Schumacher, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Brian Zwiefel and baby, Sena Tieman, Burt; Mrs. Ida Wilden, Cynthia Grimm, Algona; Janet Loss, Irvington; Mrs. Susanna Thilges, West Bend. Dec. 3 - Birth; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Nt .son, Algona,boy, Bibs., 5 1/2 oi,, admitted: Nick Bormann, Liver more, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Ronald Brlggs and baby, Mrs. Kay Peters, baby Angela Peters, Kathleen Carman, Algona. Dec, 4 - Admitted:Mrs.Eliza- beth Reding, Bode, medical; Mrs. Mary Lou Ruhnke, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Harold Angus and baby, Thomas Kain, Algona; Roger Roe, Bancroft; Brian Tigges, Lone Rock; Susan Schiltz, Bancroft. Dec. 5 - Birth: Mr, and Mrs, Eldon Helmers, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs., 10 1/2 oz.j admitted? Terry Hauensteln, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Richard Shlpler and baby, Mrs, Mllo KoU- asch and baby, Mary Lou Ruhnke, Donald Ludwig, Algona. Dec. 6 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Terry McGuire, Algona, girl, 5 Ibs,, 13 1/2 oz.; admitted: Mrs, Gretchen Bowman, Robert Bell, Mount Klnseth, Algoua, medical; dismissed: Paul Seeley, James Schutter, Algona; William Capesius, Bode, Richard Dudding, Bancroft. Wishing For A Buyer Won't Make That Sale! Shower Dec. 20 Planned For Sharon Carroll PGRTLAM) - Leita PhelpS, Viva Rirgsdorf, Marian Spear, Janice Moore, lola Bartlett, Vera Fitch, Mrs. Jack Trunkhlll and Mrs. George Uken mot Friday afternoon in the home of Wyona Harms to plan a shower for Sharon Carroll. The shower will be held Monday evening Dec. 20, In the Titonka Methodist church. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker ' were among those helping Mrs. John Miller move into Burt Saturday. Mrs. Becker is feeling some better after being confined to her home for several days with flu and a bad cold. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen went to Mason City, Saturday, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy spent Thursday In Fort Dodge and visited her brother, Elmer Erlckson at Rodman, Saturday afternoon. He is getting along fairly well after having suffered a heart attack awhile back. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Timer Harms and family and George Hlx went to West Bend Sunday, where they were dinner guests in the Richard Grosser home. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson attended the funeral of Mr. Roy BJustrom, Thursday morning in the First Methodist church, at Algona, Mrs. Effle Teeter of Algona called at the Robert Lovstad and Edmund Larson home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Trenary and Mr. and Mrs. Arrie Dittmer were Thursday evening visitors in the Edmund Larson home, the ladles went to Titonka where they attended th« Christmas Fate*, Mr, and Mrs. P, W. Marlpw and Douglas were Sunday dinner guests In the Richard Bristow home, at Lu Verne. • The Portland Social Club will hold their annual Christmas Party Thursday afternoon, Dec. 9, In the the home of Effie Teeter in Algona with Shirley Lovstad, assistant hostess. The Portland Progress Club will hold.Its annual Christmas party, Thursday afternoon, Dec. 16, In the home of Viola Becker with Grace Trenary assistant hostess. There will be a one o'clock luncheon, hostesses to furnish the hot dish and rolls. Others, to bring salad or dessert or a relish plate. Each member is to bring 1 1/2 doz. hom.e made cookies or candies and recipe for exchange, also a home made gift valued at between .50? and $1.00 for a Christmas gift exchange. Program: Revealing of Secret Sisters, Hazel Steven and Arlene Marlow will be in charge of fun time, "The trouble with doing nothing for Christ is that you never know when you are through." . JayCees Invite Needy Children To Forty Here Dr. M, R. Baldwin, chairman, announced that invitations have been sent to a group of Algona children who will attend the annual Christmas party given by the Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce. It will take place Dec. 19 at the V. F. W. hall, ; starting at 1:30 p. m. Last year, 53 children were entertained by the club, The Jay-Cees are still anxious for new or used toys to be donated, for the members to repair or paint, for presentation to Algona children for Christmas. Deadline for donations is Dec, 14, Toys may be delivered to 5 E. College, or if anyone wants some picked up, they may call 295-2275 or 295*2134, and a member of the club will come and get the toys. BURIAL HELD Mrs. Verna E. Wagner, 78, the former Mrs. Joe Anderson of Algona, died during the weekend at Temps, Ariz, where she had been making her home with a daughter, Mrs. Mary Ellen Sheldon, Her body was shipped- here for burial, with McCullough Funeral Chapel in charge of local arrangements, She was buried at Rlverview cemetery Tuesday, - Honored At Soles Meeting The following people were guests of honor at a banquet given by the Archer Petroleum Corporation of Omaha, at the Odd Fellows hall in Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Knecht, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhlman, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Prlebe, Mr. and Mrs. Jim LindhoretandMrs. L. R. Wildln. For his outstanding sales ability during the year, Mr. Knecht was presented with a certificate of award by Larry Larson, District Manager for North Central Iowa. Among the 75 guests in attendance were officials of the company from Omaha, Orlie Stagman Services Today At West Bend Funeral rites for Orlie Stagman, 62, will be held at 2 o'clock Thursday at the United Presbyterian church with the Rev. Clare McNeel officiating. Burial will be in West Bend cemetery. Mr. Orlie Stagman died Monday of a heart attack. He had been a patient at Palo Alto Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg for the past two weeks. Born at Bagley, Wis., he moved with his parents to West Bend when he was five years old. He was graduated from West Bend high school and attended radio school in Chicago. He was a veteran of World War II. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Mary Stagman, and a sister, conditioned, extras including and braket. '65 CHRYSLER Newportj « dr, Hardtop, Power] k'Strg., Pwr. Brakei, Tor- quofllto, many extra* -J | Demonstrator. 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