The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1954 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 13, 1954
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City Arrests Down 14 For Past Month A total of 21 arrests were recorded by,, the' Algona Police Department during the month of June, a decrease of '14 from the previous feport. Nine accidents were Investigat- <id,»and all Ifijufies fdr the month 4, bccurre'd in one prash. Tola damage to vehicles was $2270. During June, 127 light and radio calls Were answered, and 19 doors Were found. open at various store buildings. There were five arrests for Speeding, seven for stop sigi: violations, one for parking by E fire hydrant, three for loud mufflers, two.for disorderly conduc' and three for intoxication. There ! were no OMVI arrests. .There have been 184 arrests made to date f6r trie entire year, and for Jurie only, $115 was col- ected in fines, $66.63 less than ;he same period a year ago. Two accidents were reported ast week: Vehicles .owned by 3urwood Rutledge and Lyle H. Meier, both of Algona, bumped on Diagonal street laSt Thursday, causing $50 damage, and Jens C. Pedersen, Humboldt, rah into the back of a Post Transfer truck, ..driven b£ Lyle D. Torine, on east State street, causing damage to the front of the Pedersen car. Shanghai Pierce, a giant Texas cattleman known for his unusually loud voice, could stand on the front porch and bellow or* ders to the men at work at the cattle pens, a mile away. The George West, Texas, courthouse lawn holds' a mounted Longhorn in a glass case. It i the last Longhorn steer of the great West herd. LAST THREE DAYS INCER Used Machine Tremendous Values on SINGER Electric Trade-ins Including some floor models ind salesmen's demonstrators Haarherg-Kueckef Vows Spoken, June 27, Nebraska evas fined $300 and costs when he pleaded guilty to a charge /of OMVt the same day. The highway patrol picked Martinbak up fuly 4th after he ran into n ditch north of the Algona airport. Four New School Board Heads Elected ... A wide selection of cabinet and portable models with prices to fit every purse including a limited quantity of used SINGER* Electric Portables at $49.50. All Models available with a SMAIL DOWN PAYMENT- EASY BUDGET TERMS. also • • • a large selection of other make used machines. Many one or two of a kind. Four new school boards in Kossuth county held organizational meetings July 1 and elected presidents and secretaries for the coming year. Newly elected officers are: Algona — Perry Collins, president Inez Wolfe, secretary; Burt — Donald Mitchell, president, Mrs O. H. Graham, secretary; Ledyard — Ervin Klinksiek, president, Elvin Carpenter, secretary Sentral — Lawrence Newbrough Lone Rock, president, Paul Eigler Fenton, secretary. The new Sentral superintend ent, K. M. Chase, is running the business of his school in office space set up in the former D-Js station at Fenton. The office opened July 1. A meeting of al (Did districts, including Senect Fenton and Lone Rock will b held tonight (Tuesday), July 13, at the Fenton school. The group will settle assets and liabilities of the old districts. Minneapolis and Des Moines architects have conferred with thn hew Sentral school board in connection with plans for the pro-posed new school building which l probably be built sometime next year. No definite action las been taken as yet. fast Tornado Struck Tuesday A quick-hitting tornado struck ive miles southwest of Algona ast Tuesday afternoon and des*- roycd a large barn on the Bill Thilges farm. Four cattle were dlled by -falling debris which juried them. Windows were knocked out and trees damaged on other farms n the same area when the funnel came in contact with the ground. No one was home at the Thilgo.- •lome when the storm struck at 4 p.m. Mrs Thilges happened to be in Algona at the time, While Thilges was working two miles south on another farm and the hired man was plowing two miles north. Hay that had been in the barn was lost, and milking equipment and a separator was damaged,, a? wore several trees. Thilges saw the funnel, and rushed home to ,find the storm had already been there. Rain accompanied thf winds. Tuesday, Jufy !3, T$S4 (Ufl6H« (fa.) Upper 0« plans to make his home here. Mr and Mrs Ross Inman are parents of a daughter born prematurely July 2, at St. Ann hospital, where the baby is in an incubator. Mr and Mrs Ralph Coylor are spending their var-ition in Canada. ^ Thomas Murphy left by plane Monday for Seattle, where she will visit several month's with her daughtei- Mrs FranK Shea. Largest known mass of pure iron in the world is located at Iron Mountain, Missouri. values. _. guarantee that the used machine you buy has been .. , * wm WMMH TED SINGES J * BACKED BY THE SINGER SEWIN8 MACHINE CO. CHOOSE YOURS TODAY AT YOUR SINGER SEWING CENTER East of Legion Hall Here's the Place Whittemore—Wed in a 3 o'clock i efemony Sunday- afternoon, June 7 at Redeemer's-Lutheran church t Wauneta, Nebraska were Miss :onnie Haarberg, daughter of Mr nd Mrs William Haarberg of Wauneta, Nebraska, and Kermit Cuecker, son of Mrs Ida Kuecker jf Lotts Creek. Rev H. F. Rame- ow officiated. The bridal couple s pictured above. The bride wore a gown of lace over ivory white satin, fashioned With long fitted sleeves and an aisle wide train. Her fingertip <¥ench .illusion veil was held by a seed pearl beaded tiara, and she" carried red roses and stephonitis on a white Bible. Her only jewelry was a strand of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. .The matron of honor was Mrs Ralph Burtis, a cousin of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Jean Kuecker, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Marilyn Haarberg, sister of the bride. All wore ballerina length gowns of aqua blue, pale pink, and yellow dot ted nylon over taffeta, and car ried Colonial bouquets of carna tioris. , The bridegroom was attended by his brother Kenneth Kuecke as best man. , A very Mullins, a friend of the bridegroom, and Eugene Haar- jerg, brother of the bride, served s ushers. The bride graduated from the Wauneta high school and Con- ordia Teachers College at Se- ivard, Neb., and for the past two .rears has taught in St. Paul's chool here in Whittemore. Mr Cuecker graduated from Immanuel Lutheran school at Lotts Creek and Algona high school. He served in the Air Force and since his discharge from service le had been farming his mother s 'arm in Lotts-Creek. After- a reception in the church parlors, tjhe young couple left on a wedding trip to the Rockies. They will live northwest of Algona, and Mrs Kuecker will continue teaching in St. Paul's Lutheran school in Whittemore. Wesley Man Gets 10 Years A Wesley man, Eugene C. Weig received a ten-year sentence foi forgery from Judge Harry Narey at Estherville last Tuesday. Weig was sentenced to Anamosa •Reformatory after he waived a preliminary hearirlg and pleaded guilty as charged. Roger Martinbak, M i n e o t a, The Baptist Guild met at the church basement Thursday with Mrs David Fritz and Mrs Hattie White as hostesses. John Recker who lives in New York is spending several day!> with his parents Mr and Mrs Joe Recker and other relatives. Banns of marriage were pub lished in St. John's Church fo Gerald Kramer, son of Mr and Mrs Matt Kramer, and Pauline Jensen of Algona. The wedding will take place in St. Cecelia' Catholic Church, Algona. Perry Torrine who has been employed at O. K. 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