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March 31, 1955

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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6-Algona (lcj») Upper Pft>Mo{n»*.' Thuf8day f March 31, J: Dean Andrews, fiurt. John, Frank and James Moxley, Tommy Hutchison, Robert Hardy, Harold and Francis Bjustrom, Jerry Downey, fcJicol Clark, Alan Lage, Larry Wicks, Eldon Christiansen, Charles Palmer, Deiter Gruner, Xidas Dermancl, Frt'd S'rahorn. Jim Etherington, Richard Schmidt and Jotly Cutler, all Initiate 30 Into De Mo lay Algona's Masonic Lodge was the scene last Wednesday night for the initiation of 30 ytning Kossuth County men into the Orjjcr of DeMolajr, rwenlly Teestahlwh- ed here after $ 25-year absence. \ The HunVboldt DeMolaj- chap- | ter's iTHtislirtn *«mn performed 1 Ihe 2EK*. SfctSc Ttofi, C, S. Arm- "Mfrrncs. ana Lskc. thr ITMHX mac (»i<j fhr ." CCiii'urrt. X-»r»r- ji;, iX\i)HJi ShUttmd WBH Ji. IFiirwrh: "KttUh -»m; .imii Jtimnirj iw.- Girls Group At IS.T.C Meeting The Faftire Business Leaders rrf Awfrir.% chib o' Algona high •s,"b.-in] tri-M 3* Cedar Falls last to at'eml a two-day fntJra he-Id a' Iowa *rs Criiege. p its 'She riub is from r-K-/.] ASS -i5:j?r;b\Jtive edu- riB«srs.. Its purpose is to Ji~ islsrrsJ in business OT "' J 55~scrr ViKaisess leaders. The program at Cedar Falls was filled with educational and recreational ' activities, including a spell-down, three-hour business interviews, exhibits of business machines, a banquet, style show, arftl election of slate officers. Attending from Alfiona were Kathryn Hutchins, Myrna Fries, Shirley Sorensen, Shirley Lowman, Marlene Gnde, Deannc Eisenburth. Sharon Gregory, Avis Finley, Sharon Strnyef. Janice' Markla and Luana Alt. They were accompanied by Florence Soutter, commercial teacher. Club members have earned money since the start of the school year to defray expenses of this trip. Curb & Gutter Goes To Council Curb and gutter wfll again be on the agenda when Algona's city council holds its regular meeting tonight (Thursday) at the city hall. There are still problems to be ironed out before bids can be call* ed for so the curb and gutfet'''ahd blacktopping program can begin, It is hoped prompt ,action cari.be taken on the matter-, so the work can be completed th% yeai*. The council will set the salary of Ernie Hutchinson, newest addition^to the local police force.. Mr Hutchinson is from Manson, and was hired to replace Jim Egli, who will soon begin his duties at the new sewage treatment plant. He will handle Algona's parking meters. His wife and five children will move to Algona as soon as school is out. An amendment to the present dog ordinance will be made. The action, a change in the wording, is necessary due to a new Vaccine which is good for two years, instead of .one as in the past. License To Wed Only one licence to wed was issued during the last week, going to Henry J. DeWall, Titonka, and Lila Mae.Wibben, on March 24, •the office of Alma Pearson, Five Cases In Justice Court Arthur F. Weber, 37, Bancroft, was bound over to Kossulh district court, Tuesday, after a hearing before Justice of the Peace C. H. Ostwinkle on a charge of operating a-motor vehicle while intoxicated. Bond was set at $300 and was furnished. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst arrested Weber Monday afternoon, after following nis car some distance out of bwea City on highway 9. . In other cases before Justice Ostwinkle, Joseph H. Besch, Whittemore, was fined S3 ana costs for not having a 1955 trailer license displayed, and Edward A. Zaugg, West Bend, paid the same fine on the same charge. Vernon Cohrs, West brook, Minn., was fined $10 and costs for exceeding the truck speed limit, and Myrle Woltz, Burt, was fined $5 and costs for not having a 1955 truck license displayed. C. W. Nkoulirt Home C. W. Nicoulin, Algona real estate and land man, is now at home, in his quarters on the ground floor of the . Maxwell Apts. He has given up Ins office on the second floor of the Iowa State Bank building on advice of his physician, as he has been ordered not to climb stairs. C. H. Ostwinkle has moved to the office quarters formerly occupied by Nicouliri. adjacent to his former location in the bank building. .Correction , _-. - &**•».•»'. '.«.r * • LaSl week it Was reported that Chet Cook was leader of a group of square dancers from this area and that they were plaatiini* on a TV show May 2 over KQLO-TV. Chet informs us that while he is promoting the group on the John Deere Barn Dance show, the dancing instructor is Delia Moxley who also has some assistants. Class To Library Over 40 persons Were present at the Algona Public Library Tuesday evening when the group held its special class on "Children and, ^Books" being taught by Virginia Spanton of Drake University. 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