The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1946 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 11, 1946
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ATTEND RALLY ,4-H GIRLS, AT BURT FRIDAY i i .JKeith, president of the Creek Elite 4-H club wad elated ptesfd<srrt of the county 4-H fildsl orgtoiaation at the aflttual olewion of c-fflcefs at Rally Friday, Jufle 7. Other officers elected were Mary JUne.Muller, Lotts Creek Lassies, vice president; Betty Jane Bormann. Riverdale Rustlers, see- Jewry-treasurer; and Donna Moore, Seneca Stars, historian. . Approximately 250 attended the all day meeting, beginning at 10:30 a. m. In the picture recognition contest the Riverdale Husters, Fehtdn Forwards, Swea Sunnyside, Prairie Pals and Wesley Wizards were awarded blue ribbons for having 100% scores. LuVerne Blue Ribbon. The LuVerne Life Wires received a blue ribbon for having 100% attendance of club members and mothers. J»rarle Pals, Valley Victory, Riverdale Rustlers, Lone Rock Rockets, Seneca Stars and Greenwood Girts Were given honorable mention on their attendance at the meeting. v • S Beverly'Ditsworth, county presl- i ; ''Bcnt, was in charge of the business 'meeting which was held in the niornnig. Each club president gave ' a short report in answer to roll call. 'Leaders were honored by Beverly Ditsworth, who paid tribute to them in a short' talk. They were (Presented corsages made by the Fenton Forwards 4-H club. Verena Kayser, Thelma. Bor- fflann and Margaret Hanson Bush were graduated from 4-H club work in >a cartdlelighting ceremony in which their leaders MirsvJ. M. Patterson 'and Mrs. Riamie Hanson land Lillian Peckham, county home economist, participated. Mrs. Looft Presides. The day's program was as follows with Mrs. Henry Looft, county 4-H chairman, presiding: 10:00—Registration. 10:15—Call to order. Merrily, We Sing. Mrs. V. K. Rising, accompanist, Mrs. W. L. Brown. - . The Country Girl's Creed. Helen Becker, Riverdale Rustlers. Annual business 'meeting. Announcements, Singing together. 12:00—Luncheon. 1:00—Singing together. ' 4-H clubs as seen by A. L. Brown, county extension director; Wayne Keith, county Farm Bureau president; Mrs. Henry Orthel. club mother; and Errol Petersen, (representing 4-iH iboys? clubs. Introduction of guests then took place, followed,by the installation of new officers. Initiation of >an honorary mem- ^bcr, Mrs. Will Welsbrod, was han- . the Plum Creek Elite club. Skits Are Presented. Ued ,.-^-given by Liin ty home economist, and a group ,o skits were presented: "Parliamen- itary Puppets," Seneca • Stars; "Mother Hubbard's Cupboard," LuVerne Live Wires; "Oats. Peas. Beans and Barley Grow," Greenwood Girls; "A Pioneer Girl Remembers," Irvlngton I's; and "Stars, of Courtesy", Riverdale 1 Rustlers. ' "' • , j "The March of Gifts 1 ' concluded the day's .program. Each club secretary took part in a' ceremony whore she had the club's donation for the world famine fund; Mrs. A. L, Brown", Mrs. J. M. Patterson, Mrs. Roy Budlong, Mrs John Gisch, Mrs, Jim Butler assisted with the program arrangements. BEVERLY DITSWORTH AWARDED STATE TRIP Beverly Ditsworth, Bancroft,, 1945-46 Kossuth county 4-H girl's club president has been selected toy the State 4-H Club Office as a delegate to the 4-H State Conservation Camp. The camp will 'be held at Camp Mitigwa, south of the Ledges State Park near Boone, June 13 to Iftr^ The selection ' was ma4*i.><ft the basis of her 4-H clulwrifcord, The camp consists' ;;<rf''4!J 'boys -and 45 girls from over the state who have done outstanding club work. Beverly is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Russell Ditsworth. 11 NUMBERS ON THIRSDAYCONCERT The program for the ^second concert of the Algona Municipal Band next Thursday evening at 7:30 oclock has been announced toy R, C. Guster, director, as fp}, lows: ' ' Mfcrch— "Ameripan Bed Cross," , Panella Overture Conservation League Barbecue, Trap Shoot, June 30th ¥he Kossuth County Conserva- tMjLeagtie has Set Sunday, June 30, aS the date for a Buffalo Bar- bebiie and Trjip Shoot, to be held at the Kossuth fairgrounds. The event Will also mark the end of the predator hunt for all county units. Committees are now at work preparing for the event, which Will include a saddle club show, awarding of predator hunt tro- phies, and other special events. There will be no admission; charge at' the gate, although 'th£ Buffalo-Burgers will cost 2Sc a sandwich. , ' Three traps will be in opera- tion, one each operated by Lone Rpck, Wesley and Algona. The trap shoot will be in ohanfc of Mel Falkenhainer, assisted by W. B. French, F. B. Timm, Harlan Frank! and Dick Pool. Other committees named were: Grounds and general arrangements—L. M. Mcrritt. Food stand—Bill Finn, chairman, George Meyers, Ralph Miedke, Wm. Specht, Wm. Baity Jr. Publicity—J. D. Lowe, L, M. Mcrritt and R. B. Waller. Trophies—Art Priebe and Bill Sharp. Special events — Dick Pool, chairman, .Pete Peterson, Harlan Frankl,/Kay Sctchell and Sharp.. ESTABLISHED 1865 DNA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNE 11,1946 28 Pages (16 Tabloid)—Three Sections VOL, 81—NO. 23 Nabs 5 3-4 Pound Lake Trout Galle Towne, veteran fisherman of Aleona, returned Saturday with Mrs. Towne and their daughter, Mary Lou. from Applcton, Wls., with as fine a fishing specimen (that didn't get away) as has been reported this season. Fishing In Lake Wiiinebago for the first time, he hooked a 5-M Ib. German brown trout. Mr. and Mrs. Towne had been in nothcrn Minnesota, but cold weather forced them to make a hurried exodus, and they went to Appleton to bring their daughter, who has been teaching there, home. The fishing call lured them into one more try, and their big trout catch resulted. The Applcton natives and the local newspaper there did appropriate justice to the occasion, and showered Galle with plenty of attention and praise. GARAGE ADDITION READY SOON Although the Schullz Bros, .garage building which forms the major part of the above building (right) was only recently completed, a new addition shown at the left has been added in recent weeks and 'is now nearing completion. , The new structure, added to the old, is another fine -addition and •improvement to the rapidly expanding business section of South'Phillips St. (Algona Upper Des Moines Newsfoto) Hurler Has No Hit Tilt at Lakota Intermezzo ..„ "Jn a Song ...... "When" R»y Is ' Katchep Behind the no-hit, no-run pitching of Loren Johnson, Algona's Junior League American Legion pitcher, the local team a*te(L.tft-R«7/,.to 0,victory oyer 1r6tlC<m' ttte "opening- ^amfe- -of the round robin tourney Whifch will pick a county champion.' The game was played last Friday. Johnson struck out : 13 and walked two batters. Not a ball was-hit into the outfield as Johnson faced only 24 batters. . . The Bam-5 was not without its 'fielding. D. Farrow of Lakota drove a hard ground ball toward first. Montague dovs, knocked it down, and beat Farrow to the bag. Win Two Others The Algona Legion team also won and lost in other non-county games in the past week. June 2, Algona lost t" Spencer, 14 to 13, in a tight game. On June 4, the locals trimmed Ventura, 7 to 3, with Johnson striking out ten batters. Against Kanawha, June 5,witn Wiegert hurling, Algona wo.n, 10 tO 3. .- ..,-•:•'"" The first home game of the locals ',, is Thursday afternoon against.-Swea City. • ..:- > ^''Game Box Score - ; Box score of the Lakota-Al- •gona game follows: Algona (7), • A.B. Mergen _.__,-—„- 4 White .———- 4 Stephenson _--,— 4 Johnson __, ;— 4 Skogstrum 4 Kollasch 3 ElbertB J, 3 Montague 3 Zeigler _- 1 Winter - 2 32 Lakota (0) A.B. D, farrow — -—2 Hippen -,-.,-,- 2 Jansen , „_,_ 3 guam , — 3 M, Farrow —— 2 Frerichs *.., — 1 Ravn - 3 Pannkuk -,—,— 2 Heetian4 -,- - 0 Atbers ,.. 1 Johnson „ ,,-,- 1 WevtJPS -,—, ? R. 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 .1 0 2 7 f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H. 1 1 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 2 10 H. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rite* Today For Mi* >, FrenehV Mother Mrj, Crust Fe&man. 78. mother ojf tfr*, w. ?. Itencn. 4ie4 Safcjr- da* pawning at & • ;fe°-u BURT CLASS 1896 PtANS^REDNION- ' AT 50-YEAR MARK Burt: A 50th reunion of the Burt high school graduating class of 1896 will be held June 19 in the school 'gymnasium, followed by an afternon program which will include talks 'by several members of the class of 1896. • •• • • James E. Goodwin, Des Moines, will give a speech and introduction of the class. His wife, the former Florence K. Smith, will read her original oration, "Class Prophecy 1 '. . Paul Jamison St, Paul, a talk on "The Proeressfbf Living in Our Generatiorji^Df. H. A. Angus- of the ctossibf 1895 will give a talk on .Oklahoma history. •Musical numbers will also be presented by Evelyn Becker and" Mrs. Mary Smith Jensen of Graettinger, Eugenia Kriethe, Owatonna, Minn., will give a whistling solo, and Mrs. Hay K. H1U will offer a reading. On the invitation sent out is a copy of the commencement program given 50 years- ago, which includes orations by each of the eight graduates, who were: Florence K. Smith, 'Laura E. Stow, Jessie N, Meigs, John B. Greenfield, Paul R, Jamison, Alvin A. Hanna, James A; McDonald and James E. Goodwin.' The Burt orchestra played, and a Quartette consisting of Marie McDonald, Fannie Richards, Mrs. Nicholson and Mae Meigs sang. W. H. Shaeffer was presjden\of he school board at that time, \ 400 Vets Enjoyed Homecoming Party About 400 veterans of World War II attended and enjoyed the Homecoming Dinner tendered by 'he Veterans of Foreign Wars, ijn 'he Academy hall here, last Wednesday evening. Rev, F. Earl Burgess, himself a VFW member, was the speaker of the- even- 'ng. vf " . ' <W Following the' dinner, a danpe was held at the Floral Hall, fair^ grounds, with several hundred couples in attendance. Bpth dinner and dance ,,weye offered free to the vets as a tQlsen, Pf apweoi. ation and a general welcome event, , /. f MarryJng Mood Lone Rock Supt, Buys Neville Stock ALGONA BOWS TO LOTTS CREEK IN 4-2 LEAGUE TILT Lotts Creek stood alone, thi week, well out in front in thi Kossuth Baseball League. Thi Creekers defeated Algona, 4 to 2 before several hundred excite ment-mad fans at Lotts Creek in an enthusiasm that generate* two grand slam arguments be tween the teams on umpire's de cisions and produced some excel •lent baseball as well. • Algona got away to a flying start, scoring twice in the first and held the advantage until the sixth when Lotts Creek tallied >hr»e rims on nn error, base on ball 'and three hits. Algona took exception to decisions of the umpire in calling ball on a Lotts Creek batsman who seemingly had attempted to bunt on the third strike,, and on another play when an Algona batsman was called but after being hit by a pitched ball as a baserunner was attempting to steal home. Other league results: Burt 5, St. Joe 4. Burt batteries, Bristow and Ringsdorf; St Joe, Thilges, Hanson and Barber. Ledyard 25, Corwith 3. Led yard batteries, Johnson and Elbert; Corwith, Hanson, Sloan and Merriam. Lone Rock 12, Wesley 9. Lone Rock batteries, Marlow, Dudding and Batt; Wesley, Richtsr, Weig and Johnson. " V ; The league'standings '^'"compiled by Eric Secge:>arth, league statistician: Team W. L. Pet Lotts Creek 5 0 100.0 Algona ._._ 3 2 .600 St. Joe .... 3 2 .GOO Burt .... 3 2 .600 Lone Rock 3' 3 .50C Ledyard 1 3 .250 Wesley l 3 .350 Corwith 1 5- .167 The-sche^ne. $£^xt^r^bp Joe in the'feature of • the*'day Ledyard at Lone Rock,'Hurt d Algona which is going to break one second-place tie, and.-Corwith at Wesley. Box score of the Algona-Lotts Creek game: ' Algona (2) A.B. R. • H G. Winkel, 3b 3 1 ] Bradley, c .4 0 J D. Winkel, Ib 4 0 0 Froehlich, ss-p 4 1 ] Watts, 2b-ss 4 0 Winter, rf _.___ 401 Kajewskj, cf •-_ 40 0 Weydert ,lf-2b 4 0 0 Knfpscheid, p 3 o C Lotts Creek (4) Bass, 3b —_ 4 Wittkopf, ss III 4 Wichtendahl, c 4 Meyer, cf ; 0 Kuecker, 34 2 8 ;sa5 66C A.B. H. H Leudtke, ff 4 3 Long, Ib .: II 4 Gross, rf ,. 3 Hackbarth, 2b 3 29 1 -0 1 1 0, 1 0 0 0 SCHEDULE DATES FOR NEW LICENSES •A schedule for renewal of applications for motor car operators' licenses has been announced by Sheriff Art J. Cogley, and is listed below for every town in Kossuth county. The fee is 50c and the new licenses expire July 5, 1948. Sheriff. Cogley points out that license applications will pe taken at the sheriff's office in the court house every week day from June 18 -through July 5, and traveling representatives of the office will be around the county ps indicated. Ejj-'servicemen .should be sure and bring their old licenses with them. The schedule: June 17-18—Swea City at City , k -at June 18— Ledyard at City Hall. June 20-r-Ivakc-ta at City Hall. June 2U22-«8nero*t at Wail. » June 84— Fenton, June 25— Lone June 36— Burt Holds Surprise Safety Check; 681 Cars Had Defects RITES WEDNESDAY PJ.M. MOORE, 87, EX-SUPERVISOR ' J. M. Moore died at his home here Saturday evening following ah illness with coronary asthma which kept him bedfast for three weeks. , 'Mr. Moore was born June 4 : 1859 at Tipton, Iowa, and came to Kjossuth county in 1384. He had married Nona Parsons the year before at Tipton. Mrs. Moore anc eleven sons and a daughter survive. The children are as follows: Clair 'of Mt. Pelier, Idaho; Robert Dunlap, Iowa; Mrs. D. C. Gardner Alaona; Don at Bode; Wood, Corvallis, Ore.; Marc, Algona; Harold, Rochelle, 111.; James, Palmer, la.; Ralph, Old Hickory, Tenn.; Will, Oskaloosa; Earl, DeKalb, 111.; Lewis, Rochelle, 111. There are also two surviving 'brothers Robert Moore of Tipton -and Samuel of Ft. Collins, Colo.; and thre'e sisters: Anna Moore, Tipton; Mrs. Nellie Carl dalinesa, Calif.; and Mrs. Avery McCune, Los Angeles. ': The Moores farmed in Union township until 1923 when they retired and moved to Algona. Mr Moore \vas elected to the. board o£ supervisors""In,. 1921 and served a second three year term during Which he was chairman of the board.';Hc was a man held in high regard by. all who knew him. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at the Congregational church at, 2 p. m. with Rev. John """""'ydej'ln charge. \ CHOLAS KRIEPS. 79, SUCCUMBS TO HEAKT AILMENT Ilnlon: Nicholas Kreips, brother of N. J. Krieps, and a former Union township resident, passed away at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, Thursday, June 6, from a heart ailment. He was 79 years old., Mr. Krieps was born in Luxemberg, and came to the U. S. in 1895. His brothers, Peter and Nick, and a sister Anna came later and they all farmed in the St. Benedict neighborhood. He made several trips iback to Germany, the last in 1935. He Never Married. Mr. Krieps never married and made his home with his brother, N. J., and sister, Mrs. John Erpelding. He had been oared for the past several years by Mr -and Mrs. N. J. Krieps. Those left to mourn his passing are 'a brother, Peter, N. J. Krieps of Sexton, and Mrs, John Erpelding, St. Benedict, and two brothers Michael and Frank, and -a sister Mary, all in Germany. Funeral On Monday. Funeral -> services were held Monday morning at fl a. m. at St. Joseph's Catholic church, Wesley, with Father Klein officiating. Burial was in Calvary cemetery at Algona. Casket bearers were Paul Arend, Joe and George Krieps, Aloysius, Alphonse and William Erpelding. Relatives from a distance attending the services were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Miles, and son George and daughter Clarice of Remsen; Sylvester Sitzariann 'and daughter Marilyn, and Mr- and Mrs. Louis Sitzrrtann, Kingsley, Iowa-; Mrs. Mike Arend, Burt; Verena and Mary Krieps, Chicago. IT'S HOT, BUT THE CROPS LOOK FINE Temperatures of 91 and 92 pro- ide4 the. county with good corn jrowing weather, in the past week, The official temperatures as tabulated by Harry Nolte, weatherman, follow: High Low 4 i,,-,,,,— T -74 une 5 -, 82 6 "-/»»r-*——'- Wesleyons Aid Stricken Farmer Wesley: Another good neighbor act took place in this community last week when a large group of neighbors plowed 90 acres in four hours for Jake Schubert who suffered a heart attack recently and has been unable to work. Men assisting in this courtesy were C. Swedin. Jack Kuts- cliara, Louis Cink, Clare Wingcrt, Lawrence Wingert. Joe Studcr. Herman Studcr, August Studcr, Al Johnson,- Sport Shipman, Leroy Uicke, Louis Lichteig, Frank Fox and George Foortsch. Council Approves Plat of New 20-Lot Sub-Division Shown above is the newest sub-division to Algona, the Wellendprf addition, .as it appears from Fair Street, -its southern boundary. Merle Wellendorf. who owns the property, and has been having grading and surveying done, says that lots have already been agreed upon for sale to Rex Taylor and George Boswell. There -are; a- total of 20 lots in the new addition. (Algona Upper Des Moines, Newsfoto.) ' City council approval was givan' last Wednesday evening for "" tain 20 bujilj new ad; council." ^ J Merle Wellendorf, owner of the land, states that the average' lots will be 132x60 feet on the west and 110x57 feet on the east side oJ the potential extension of Harriett St.. which will 'bisect the new addition. The lots are bounded on the south by Fair St., the east by Phil- PLAN IB. SEARCH IN COUNTY SOON The search for new cases of tu berculosis in Kossuth county will be renewed on or about June 3, 1946, when Antoinette Bonnstetter, public health nurse, will begin a canvass of persons who are known to have been exposed to this disease. Miss Bonnstetter was over the county last week seeing- the doctors and newspapers in preparation for the tuberculosis survey. This Week she will be In the northern part of the county working: through doctors In the following towns: Bancroft, Swea • City, Armstrong, Elmore, Lakota, Ledyard and Fenton. The week of June 16 she will be in the Lu- Verne territory and the southern part of the county. Examinations will be made In homes which have been referred to Miss Bonnstetter by the family physicians. The home visits she will make, according to a joint announcement from Dr. P, V. Janse, president of :he county medical society, and D. L. H. Flanher, tuberculosis director of the state health department and the Iowa Tuberculosis Assooiaion, are the first phase of three-part program which will also include' tuberculin skin test- ng of the persons located by the nurse end x-ray of those whose reactions to this test are positive. Financed on a cooperative basis by the Kossuth County Tubercu- osis Association and the State Health Department, the survey, which is the 6th to be held in this county, is sponsored by these agencies, the county medical society, and the Iowa TuberulosJs Association. Christmas seal funds help finance this program, , „ Trio To Teach In An Indian School Ledyard:/ Three Kossuth teacher^ are going to ha,ve § new experience, tjRis summer, They are ggjng t° spend a summer month teaching at the Bethany Indian Mission Wittenburg, Wisnopsia. feachers wh/> Jeff far novel assigtunent were tS>§ St., and the, back of ,the recently constructed government on Jerome 1; ^treet ere jthe . f \ N«w ?13,000 : Bu!ldlnB. 'tAlso a.pproved at the meeting •was a builduig permit for Dr. J. B. Winkel, local veterinarian, for construction of :i $13,000 residence and office on East State St., next to the Tilla McCall home. The lot is between Wooster -and Minnesota. A beer and cigarette license was also granted to the White 'Front Cafe which has Tecently changed hands and is now toeing run by John Groh and Charles Logue. Other Matters Pending. Two of the important pending matters of city mterest are the quesions of city planning and reassessment of city property. Representatives of organizations •which specialize in this type of work are slated to appear soon before the council -to present their propositions. The city planning project appears most likely to be the first of the two items for final approval, from pff-the-record statements of councilmen. ALGONA MAN HELD FOR QUESTIONING James Spencer, 28, employed at the Hotel Blackhawk, Daven-, port, and formerly of Algona, was being held without charge by postal authorities at the river city, pending arrival there of postal authorities from St. Louis. According to a news story from a Davenport paper, which local friends desired to have published here to set the record straight after an earlier story in the Des . Moines Register, Spencer was not actually implicated in the taking of a mail sack from a truck at the Davenport depot, As the paper tells the story: "Jack Cameron, 27, Evanston, 111., a salesman recently returned from four years in the army, and Spencer, went t° the depot to W4 friends goodbye. Cameron took HP bag to Spencers room at the hotel where he used a rajfor to cut a hole in it. When Spencer saw what the bag contained be •dvjsed Cameron tQ reUjrn it to the station, Canaerpn ^4 h§ then secured a tftx.jca.b; ajn4 went sack to the depot and put the bag where he found, it. "Both men said tiiey hi4 . attending a party, an4 Cameron, offered no explanation for his, se* tion. i He 4eme4 having • taken anything o«t of the fe$g7' The ~ • men wer 1,644 INSPECTIONS MADE; 18 HANDED COURT SUMMONS In the biggest highway safety campaign in the history , of 'the county, State Highway patrolmen, assisted by the county sheriff's office,- local police and eon- stables, staged a surprise party for motorists in the Bancroft area, Friday hight,'and the* Algona area, Saturday nlgh't, and found that of 1,644 cars stopped, 631 had some defects that: needed correcting. , • ; 1 ' At Bancroft, Friday, seven highway patrolmen took part in- the car inspection. Motorists were flagged down, their lights, horns, brakes and other accessories inspected, ,anJ warnings issued where needed. The same thing occurred Saturday night in Algona. Find Many Defects At Bancroft, ..highway patrol officers reported 536 cars inspect-'/-' ed. Of that total, 227 !md something that needecj_>repairing or improving on,.thei'r machines and were issued" warnings. In 1 Algona, 1,108 cars w;ere stopped starting at dusk and running into fhe evening, Saturday. Patrol officers stopped traffic from all directions at the corner of State and PJiiillips., on highway 169. They found 454"Cars, defect-'/ ive in one way or, anoth'er.' , • , . , , „, The operation was (intended as «- , ; * > «**m f: i.i:mAis^t** >*•*.*>*. ^,.3 bilclv -w.».{]}— TT •»» — *.( their 'dwri rnachirieii. • "Nine "Art Fined !•" ' $ 'However, in the process, the 1 patrolmen handed out 18 sum- ' mons, most of the cases appear- •' ing Monday before Justice J.' ,B.' Johnston. •' The-complaints resulted in the. following' 'fthps,: ' Lester F. Wclsbrod, Fenton, $5. and costs, no driver's license. . Donald L. Swanson, Swea, City, $5 and costs, no driver's license. Albert C; Fett,,:LuVerne,, $2.50 and costs, no tail light assembly. Evert Layren?,..Burt, $2.5.0 _and costs, defective brak'es. Hubert O'Brian, Whittdmore, $2.50, defective brakes.- • John Logan, Algona, $2.50 and costs, defective brakes. ; • Ferdinand Tietz; Whittemore, $2.50 and costs, defective 'brakes. Ivan Schmidt, Lone Rock, $2,50 and costs, defective brakes. Mrs. Elmer Bell. West Bend, , was fined $2 and costs for permitting an unauthorized person to drive her.cajr,.in this case a minor daughter, without a driver's license.- The daughter was, fined $5 and costs. What Defects Were Several other cases' were still pending in justice court, Monday afternoon. Of the total of defective vehicles found, the faulty equipment was found to be as follows; Brakes—21. Horns—63. Windshield Wipers—36. Headlights—96, F- i Tail lights-*-! 49, Stop lights—269. Miscellaneous—43. The Iowa Department of Public Safety authorized the surprise pary, which is only one of a number, being held over the state. ' •-. '••-" •"'• • • " Mrs. Mary KeUey't Brother Succumb* Mrs,. Mary^ Kelley> returned^ Thursday from Rpckfor4 t BO where ghe L -'" " "' death- Pf Carey, Monday, weft Q 8 naaU Davenport stery

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