The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1954 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 8, 1954
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Irade Groups To Hold t ' i* S l • • Tax Meeting ' *"• ' A {JtfcAeinfc ihfis been called for next Monday, .June 14, to 1 be held .fit the', Algona high school auditorium, to discuss the question • 6f Inventory .taxes. < A Aeries of similar meetings is being held throughout the state, sponsored by seven different re* tail trade .associations in Iowa. The sevtfn fefttl trade associations have jdnejj together to form the 'Tax Assessment Equality Association. The meetittg here will start at 8 p.m. Basis for this meeting, and . other similar meetings, is the juggling. Of the basic rules taking plate with regard to how tax assessments shall be arrived at in the case of retail businesses WHh'in the past few months; new rulmgs have 'been made on state, level, and passed on as in structions to -the county assessors from Des Mqines, which in some cases will materially increase the tax on : inventories of many retails' lines 'pi; business. • Clark H. McNeal of'Belmond, a businessman there and a r member of. the 1051 and 1953 legislatures, will speak on the subject "What yblJf must do to get relief during the 1955 legislature." • L. W. Abel of Guttenberg, who has been named as managing bl.tfife neft atiteS retail eligible -iot. the- fade asfclScMiohS, «fld Who -fclsO v,^—i*i served in two legislature teems, will also be present forjhe meet- hg here. , / . 'Local firms-who ate members of any of 'the seven tefail fade groups have already been, notified of the meeting, and/the general public of any otnef bust* less men. are also invited f to at* tend, and will 1 be welcdme,. An explanation of. a v new',1»o"» pos^d'plan 1h'lieu el the, present tax systetrt .on . inventone3 v 'WiIl also bte presented. '' 103 Calls In May records for MayiihdWSfl^ktt'increase -the numbef/.o^ afeddetrts; and ^eiMte..implement irf door- Ibclttrig by* miglHe"8Smen,, Sand *aerks.- ••, •• ' >- * >i "• >» - "• "Eleven, acefttentfi wet*' investi- . There 5 are 10 similar meetings being held around' the; state. Certificates To Women Of Moose New Horizons certificates Were awarded to committee members by the Women of the Moose at tneir chapter meeting June 3rd at the Moose Hall. . Mrs A. Briggs senior regent, introduced the chairmen who presented the certificates to the following committee members: Mrs Charles . Adams, Mrs Beecher Lane, f Mrs Clifton :Hoo- Viir, Mrs Thomas Sampson, Mrs Ralph Shipler, Mrs Floyd< Turner, Mrs Elizabeth A. Platt, Mr* Harry Barton, Mrs Emil Lovstad, Mrs Bernard Ermals of. Webster City, Mrs Glen Harms, Mrs Harold Martinek, Mrs Herbert Schauer, Mrs Lloyd Steinman. 1 Mrs Leotp\ Halpin, Mrs Paul Ernst, Mrs Merle Moore, Mrs Walter Woods, Mrs Milo' Rente, Mrs At E. Briggs, Mrs Valma'h'.Glawe Mrs Chris Reese, j New Horizons certificates ' are issued from headquarters, 'Mooseheart, 111., to .chapters following the New Horizons program through the chapter developrren committees. Members who mee the national requirements fo voluntary committee service an gated with -a tetal damage ( bill of $1331. ..Only .one injury Was reported due tp 'thesfe accidents, ' Only 17 doors were* found un- facked in the business''district, dbout half the'number for April, | In all, 103 light and radio calls were answered fay the police, and 35 arrests were made., There weta six arrests for, N speeding, four stop sign violators, five on school flashers and nine had cars with loud mufflers.' , _ Five' persons were 'arrested for intoxication, :two.for OMV1, and one each for disorderly conduct, assault and.battery, driving without^ a license and, disturbing the peade. •Fines for- May totaled $320. while ,a year ago the figure was $178,63, and 142 arrests have been made so far this year, compared with 130 a year ago. ' HOSPITALS May 23 — Mrs Robert Winter, Algona,' bby, 7 Ib. 11 oz. . May 24—Elmer Withim, Ban- ctoft, medical; Mrs Fred Ertch. son, SJ. Benedict, surgery. May 4S —: " Bode, T' & A Eugene Thomas, Shilling- Guderian iFrom Fur ESsi William J. Guderian," radioman second Class, USN, son of Mr and Mrs Henry C. Guderian of 411 E. Nebraska st., Algona, Iowa, and husband of Mrs Charlene M.; Guderian of Pocahontas, arrived in San Diego, May 23 aboard the destroyer ? USS Hopewell , after seven' months in the. Far East serving on/the'stijlff'of .Commander Destroyer, Division. 152. •• DUUCf A *J& «^^ *- iivjui tbn, AlgBna, 'T & A. ! - May 26 —- Mrs filmer Ewoldt, Algona; boy, 7 Ib.; Mrs Henry CePue, Cylinder, girl, 1 Ib. 12 oz. (stillborn). , May 27—Mrs Donald Qraham, Titonka, girl, 6 Ib. 11 oz.; Mrs Elizabeth Reding, Whittemore, medical; Mrs William Madseh, Burt, girl, 7 Ib. 10 oz. " May 28—Mrs Eldon Hovey, Algona, boy, 6 Ib. 15 oz.; Dennis Schmidt, Titonka, T> & A; Samuel Prew, Sexton, T & A; Margaret Bierstedt, Lone Rock, T & A; Edward Kemna, Ottosenr accident, Mrs Kenneth Dillon, Al- ;ona, medical; Mrs Anna Me 'uaid, Algona, medical. , ^ May<29—Mrs R: A. Alvey, Bancroft,, surgery; William Pilcher, Algona, medical; Mrs Herbert Haas, Algona, medical. May 30—Mrs -Roland. Lavrehz,, Burt, girl, 6 Ib. 15 oz; Mrs Geo. Weig, Jr.. Wesley, surgery. . May 31—Carl D. Rabey, Cedar Falls, medical; Mrs Leonard Knotek, Algona boy,,7 Ib.; Arden JLloyd, Bancroft, accident. June 1—Mrs Arnold Hinz, Lu Verne, girl, 7 Ib. 12V4 oz.; Ronald Bierl, St. Benedict, T & A;. Leo Froehlich; 'Algbna,- T' &; A; Mrs' 'Roger Scott, Burt, medical; Mrs Edith Smith,"- Lu Verne, • medical'; Gary Schneider, West Bend, surgery; Mrs Rosa Andrews, Burt, medical, expired. June 2 —Mrs William Winter, Algona,' medical; Mrs Barbara •Fritzler,' Bancroft, ; medical; Mrs James Egli, Algona, boy, 9 Ib. ,7% oz. • • June 3—Mrs William Giddings, Burt, boy, 8 Jb. 12% oz.; ,Mrs Philip Blumef, LuVerne, boy, 7 [b. 9 oz. • , June 4—Mrs Herman Lester, Irvington, medical;, Leo Ramus, Lone Rock, sufgery; Mr's Joe Mergen, Algofsa, boy 7 Ib. 12 oz. Jufia 5 —Mrs F. B. Glsch, Algona, boy, 6 Ib. 6 oz.; Mi's Joe Deines, Algona, boy, 8 Ib. 9 oz.; Mrs George Murphy, Fenton, medical. June 6—Donald Beisch, Algona, accident; Mrs Fern Fox, Algona. medical; John Hegarty, Algoft£ surgery; Kay Recker, ' Bancroft, surgery. • June 7—Allan Elbert, Whittemore, T & A; Janice Patterson, Algona, T~& A; Donald Patterson, Algona, T & AJ Wayne Patterson, Algona, T & A. Box score: Butt (3) AB-, Behrends, 3b. .—^—1--4 Ihnen, ss. Bristow, If. —3 Howard Batt, cf. ~* —-4" Oeilenfeld, p. ^ 3 R. Batt, c. * 3 McMullen, rf. .^1^..—2 Harold Batt, Ife! 3 «iatt,-2b. ( -i.i— 1 H 1 2 2 0 Tuesday, June 8, 19S4 Atgond (lo.) Upper De* ; ^_j — Life Saving Program * The\ County Hed Cross water safety .and life saving program start June 14th at three A L W A V S F I R ^ t^Q Ui/A :U \ T Y \ Burt Victor In Baseball, 3 Tor Burt's baseball team came from behind to defeat previously undefeated Delavan, 3-1, at Burt Sunday night in a Faribault County Baseball League game. The victory gave Burt a 3^-2 won-lost record in the loop, and a game with Bancroft at Bancroft Wednesday night is an important one. Burt doesn't play at home Until Thursday, June IT?, when high-powered Blue Earth will pay a visit. ' ' , Delavan took a 1-0 lead in the second inning and held it until Burt came up with the tying marker in the sixth, and went on from there to-take' the verdict. Gene Geilenfeld gave up eight hits, but Was tight in the pinches as he went all the way on the hill for the winners. Marquard, losing hurler, gave up six hits to the winners. Howard Batt ami Ray Ihnen led Burt at bat with two hits each, and Cummins got three for the losers. shimming , pdols in- the county The program for the.Whittemore pool will be in charge of Eleanor Fleming.: Tony Ouzowski, Bill Hutchison and Jim Reed will have charge In- Algona and Wesley pools. OUt of town groups should contact Hutchison or Reed at the Algona Municipal Pool this week so schedules can be worked out. UDM ClagglltcdB Pay Dividend* FOR RENT Small House Completely insulated, living ioom, kitchen and bedroom, bath with tub and shower, newly dec orated, furnished or unfurnished available immediately, See or cal Mrs. Scott at Cowan Courts Phone 101 Algon THUNDERBOLT yjfflt/fflfltjtjfflfiyyfiSZtfflMM^^ Thursday - Friday - Saturday COTTON PLISSE WHOLE SLIPS -K Richly Trimmed -K 4-Gore Skirts •K White & Pink Thunderbolts Are Sizzling Hot - Buy 'Em! him he's wonderful wifh COOL, LIGHT-WEIGHT SUMMER SUITS . .; : T., , . ' ; J ., • . > ; ' .-•'•.... \ Now is the time to get that man of yours all dressed up in a new ;! summer suit from lender's. He'll really feel like stepping out when he's outfitted for cool, comfortable living. The best in quality at a price you'll like is a suit by Kuppenheimer, Style-Mart, Clpthcraft, Griffon or Schoeneman. COATS The versatile sports toat is al>ways a favorite for the casual dresser. Dad will find mpny uses for one of these summer Weight coats in brand new colors and fabrics. ll| CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS - WHERE QUALITY IS INEXPENSIVE Father's Day - June 20th SHIRTS by Arrow and Puritan Dad deserves the best when it comes to a shirt, end there's none better thqn Arrow or Puritan. The lightweight cloths that are oh so cool will really please him. The open weave shirt in both long «nd short sleeves is very smart. Zender's has a large, complete selection in sizes, colors, styles and materials. Slacks by Haggar Dad never has enough of these, and with all the new colors and fabrics, Iw'll want a new pair. They're lightweight for summer coolness and so easy to do up. 0 Hiekok Jewelry - t R§a.a! Netware Wallets V felts Arrow and iucklei Casual Slacks by Puritan The Denim Sla'ek is really hitting the front line this year, so dad will want several pair qf these in brown, blue or green. Or maybe the new Shampant in blue or red. Pajamas by Pleetway Wind up Dad's Day w4th a cool night's sleep in ci pair of Pleetway Pajamqs that need no ironing. Short sleeves, long sleeves, shpr* pants, long pants. Undera r m pleat, adjustable waist, balloon seat. made for Dad. Just STRAW HATS by Stetson and Champ A smart note for Dad's summer wardrobe. He'll love a jaunty model slraw with wide bands and brim. Just the style for any Dad. t Interwoven Sox © Huber Slippers 0State-Q-Maine Robes ©Crosby-Square Shoes

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