The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1955 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1955
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J ( 6-Alflona (la.) Upper De» Melnes Thursday, May, 26, 1955 Says'Neighbors Will Tell' If Folks Evade Sales Tax A stale official, John Carlson, stale molor vehicle re- gislraiion director, was quoted in the Des Moines Register last week, as being of the opinion that any efforts in Kossuih county to evade the new. increased sales tax by buying in Minnesota, would result in reports by "neighbors" and resulting prosecution.' The question of border- oouniy evasion of Jhe sales and use lax was raised in ihs legislature by Casey Loss, Democrat, Kossuih representative. He said Jlorih Kos- sulh businesses were faced with the loss of auto and farm machinery sales, as well as other sales, because Minnesota has no sales lax. It was brought up thai "quite a number" registered their cars in Minnesota and never do buy an Iowa license. No car can be registered in Iowa wilhoul paying the 2 percent use tax. Carlson said local county officials would take care of any violations, and that "neighbors in the county will usually let the officials know of any violations." Just what this move to set neighbor against neighbor in Ihe north end Of the county will result in, remains to be seen. Kenneth Dooley- is al Si. Ann hospital for observation. Ronnie, son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Briggs has begun work at the Sjogren grocery. Mr and Mrs Ed Abbas were visited by the former's mother, Mrs John Abbas, of West acrid. Mrs Imelda Engesser and son Dan spent Sunday at Lakota with Mr and Mrs Steve Powers. Mr aad Mrs Andrew Hansen were visited Sunday fay Mr and Mrs Jack McCutcheon, of Goldfield. Mr s.TvJ, . Mr? Kenneth Hackbarth plan to spend next week vacationing at Woman Lake, Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Sieve Murchland of Corwith visited at the R. L. Robinault and Carl Pearson homes Sunday. Don Cook, son of Mr and Mrs Ray Cook spent the weekend here with his parents. He is a student the University of Iowa. Mr and Mrs Merle Chamberlain were visited Sunday by the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Christensen, of Humboldt. Mrs Maude Blake was taken to St. Ann hospital Saturday. She has been receiving transfusions due to a stomach ailment. Mr and Mrs Gale Stockwell have as guests George Stockwell and daughter Kathleen, of Compton, Calif. The men are cousins. Mrs Eugene Muller entertained 14 little children at a birthday party for her daughter, Diana bynn, who was 4 years old Monday. Mr and Mrs L. H. Walker visited Mr and Mrs Owen Hurt at Rock Rapids last week and from there went to Orange City to attend the tulip festival. Mr and Mrs Phillip Diamond plan to spend the Memorial weekend at Des Moines. It will be in celebration of their second wedding anniversary. Mrs Eva Deim and her sister, Mary Bieser were visited last week by their brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs L. R. Hornbuckle, of Spencer. Mr and Mrs Games Ackerman and daughters Judy and Arlys spent last weekend at Stewartville and Rochester, Minn., with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Ernest Kearney were visited Saturday by Mrs Kearney's brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Gene Behrends and Diana, of Humboldt. Hatlie Wilson was visited over the weekend by hev brother-in- law and sisters, Mr and Mrs Paul Sterner, of Springville and Mr and Mrs Schunck, of Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Clem Cavanaugh have had as recent guests, Mr and Mrs Oscar Johnson, of Kanuwha, Mr and Mrs Lyle Mangen, of Forest City, and Mr and Mrs A. B. Sell, of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Merle Lamb, daughter Linda und infant snn Michael Eugene, of Allison were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Ernest Kearney. The Lambs are former residents here. Mrs Helen Johnson has returned from Iowa City where she went to be with her mother, Mrs Lillian Schenck who had surgery at University hospital. Mrs Schenck will Mr and Mrs R. G. Waldera will be visited over the Memorial weekend by the latter's mother, Mrs Joseph Thiring, of Jamestown, N. D., and brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs O. K. Kieffer and Tommy, of White Bear, Minn. Mrs George Balluff, Mickey, Dickey and Patricia are going to Dubuque to spend Memorial day and a few days afterward with her parents, Mr and Mrs A. H. Masters. The son Bob will remain with Mr and Mrs Winslow Balluff at Hampton. .Sheridan Strayer, son of Mr and Mrs Keith Strayer, freshman at the Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, gave a sermon at the Down Town Church in Cedar Falls May 22. He was also master of ceremonies at the banquet the same evening. Mr and Mrs Chan Dailey recently received a program of the Iowa picnic and dinner held Saturday, May 14 at Tulsa, Okla. Among those in attendance were former Algonians Mr and Mrs William Dailey and Mr and Mrs M. C. Dersham. Mrs Ward McWhorier and daughter Lynn, who with Mr McWhorter and son James have been visiting relatives here and in the Burt vicinity are leaving for Kansas City this week and from there will fly to Camden, N. J., to visit a son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs A. L. Long, of Davenport and the former's son Jack, of Cedar Rapids have gone to Phoenix, Ariz., to attend the graduation May 27 of Mr Long's grandson, Charles Taylor, from the Glendale high school. He plans to enter college there this Mr and Mrs William Runchey had as dinner guests their son Lyle and his son Bob, of West Bend and Mrs Etta Holdren, of Burt. Mrs Lyle Runchey left last week for Dubuque where she will visit till after Memorial day with her parents, Mr and Mrs Clem Monaman. Mr and Mrs Holman Anderson and son Jerry Bob came from Clarion, Monday and spent the day with Mrs Rose Anderson. Jerry Bob is in the service and has been at a camp in North Carolina. He wi!! return to a camp in Oklahoma, after a leave of'sev- eral days. Word has been received here that Gerald Youngblood, who attended the local schools when the family lived here, was valedictorian of his class at Clarksburg high in California, and has been awarded a scholarship at the University of California in Berkeley, which he will enter in the fall. E. J, Evers has returned from Park hospital, Mason City, where he has had x-rays. He has been troubled for some time with stomach ulcers. He left the first of the week for Brooklyn and when the work is completed :here, lie will go to Peru, Neb. He supervises installation of diesel engines. Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig were accompanied to Minneapo-, lis last week by Mrs John Mahoney and visited Mr and Mrs Don Ludwig and Mr and Mrs James Mahoney. A son David James was Mrs Esther Bensen and Marilyn Spencer, of Blue Earth accompar nied Jerry Wolfe and Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe to Whittemore Tuesday morning to attend the wedding of Mrs Wolfe's sort, Thomas to Geraldine Kollasch, of Whittemore. The couple will be at home here in the McEnore apartment. Both are employed here, Tom with the Merryman company and his wife* at St, Ann hospital. New Law Puts Damper On Peddlers Here A new state law which puts some rigid restrictions on transient merchants Will go into effect in the near future and will apply to Algona and Kossuth county as soon as legal publication of the law has been completed. Under the new law a transient merchant who wants »tp stop .in Iowa and sell merchandise of any kind (with a few exceptions) will have to be bonded and licensed by the secretary of state. License costs are $25 a day for each day the merchant is in Iowa. The bond must be double the value of the goods to be sold. Applications will probably be available at some county or city office, still to be specified by the Secretary of State. City and county law officers will be empowered to enforce provisions of the new law. A transient merchant is defined as one who comes into Iowa to sell goods at retail without staying in one location for more than 60 days. The law will not apply to transient vendors of drugs nor to persons running huckster wagons, or selling and distributing livestock feeds, fresh meats, fish, fruit or vegetables, nor to persons selling their own work or production either by themselves or employees. • • 43 New Cars, Trucks Sold In I Weeks Here New car and truck sales dipped to 43 during the past two weeks, after racing along at' a fast pace for quite a while, according to figures from the county treasurer's office. ' Chevrolet '• — Whittemore Co- Op Elevator, truck, Whittemore; Botsford Liunber Co., pickup, Algona; J. H. Menke, pickup, Bancroft; Emma Gade, pickup, West Bend; Anthony Kollasch, Swea City; A. J. Huenhold, Algona; Schafer Chevrolet (2), West Bend; Fred Eden, pickup, Wesley; Garbrant Wibben, pickup, Titonka; E. P. Fredickson, Burt; Glenn & Wilma Stray er, Algona; Marc Moore, Algona; L. J. Bergman, Bancroft; and Welp's Hatchery, Bancroft. Ford — Wayne Alderson, pickup, Fenton; Chapman's, pickup, LuVerne; Don Higgins, Whittemore: Wayne Smith, West Bend; Elmer Peterson; E. F. Immerfall, Irvington; Ernest Pergande, Lu- Verne; Harriet Haggard, Algona; William Voight, Fenton; Quaker Oats Co., truck, Swea City; Elmer Dole, pickup, Irvington; R. P. Holcomb, Swea City; Frank Cruikshank. Burt; M. F. Johnson, Bancroft; Andrew Reding, Algona; D. E. Jensen, Algona; and Cecil Pingel, Ledyard. Olds — C. B. Chipman, Burt. Plymouth — Marie Boone, Algona; R. D. Riley, Algona; and K. O. Davis, Algona. Dodge — O. B. Laing. Algona; and K. W. Percival, Algona. Studebaker — L. Wittenburg, LuVerne. Mercury — W. L. Kockler, Bancroft. Buick — Brandt Buick, Algona; and A. L. Rochleau, Algona. DeSolo — Mrs Fred Shilts, Algona. Hugo Faulstich Funeral Friday At Whittemore Funeral services for Hugo J. Faulstich, 84, well-known Whittemore man, will be held in Sti Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore tomorrow (Friday) at 2 p. m. Rev. Greene, West Bend, will officiate at the rites and burial will follow in St. Paul's Lutheran cemetery. McCullough's funeral chapel is in charge of arrangements. Mr Faulstich died Tuesday morning at St. Ann hospital following a heart attack. Hugo John, Son of Mr and Mrs William Faulstich, was born June 16, 1890 at Whittemore, and resided there all his life, where he farmed until his retirement. He was married to Dora Gade, and she, five children and seven brothers and sisters survive. The children are: Victor, Emmetsburg; William in the air force; Mildred (Mrs Forest Gilmore), Whittemore; Lorna (Mrs Duane Wallukait), Humboldt; and Marie (Mrs Richard Theesfield), Fenion. Brothers and sisters are: Mrs lenry Stahlbatk, Fort Dodge; Euphamia Faulstich, R.N., Detroit, Mich.; Rev. Lawrence Faulstich, Los Angeles; Irvin, Cleveand; Alfred, New Jersey; Mrs Julia Englebarth, Kansas City, VIo.; and Mrs Charles Carroll, Milwaukee. Pallbearers will be Nick Gengler, Otto Ruhnke, Henry and Otto Wichtendahl, Art Heidenwith and Serman Voigt. Graveside Rites, Former Graveside rites for Dorothy Kate Clarke, 68, native Algonan, were held at 'Rivarview ce.metery lere Sunday at 3:30 p. m. Father SCent Pinneo, Episcopalian min- ster, officiated at the services. McCullough's funeral chapel was n charge of arrangements. Miss Clarke died at Evanston lospital, last Friday, and her jody was shipped here for bur- al, arriving Sunday morning. A sister, Mrs Elizabeth Harned, accompanied the body. Dorothy was a school teacher in Chicago for many years. She was the daughter of Ella Blackford Clarke, first white child born in Algona, 'and granddaughter of Ellison Blackford, an early pioneer here. Only relatives from this area are Donald C. and Theodore Hutchison, Algona attorneys. They are distant cousins. Pallbearers were Ed Hough, John.. Carroll, Harold Hutchins, Lewis Ferguson, Harold Cowan and Wade Sullivan. Council Discusses Blacktop Project Algona's city council held a Dublic hearing on proposed alacktopping of streets, connected with the curb and gutter pro;ram now in progress, at the city lall Thursday night. No objectors to the plan were present, although six individual setitions, signed by Nick Fisch, Ed Blumer, Stanley Greiner, Louis Reding, Mike Wagner and Mark Stanton, were presented during the hearing. All six petitions dealt with a block of Col- ege street, between South Wooster and South Minnesota streets, which is gravel. Petitioners claim cost of the project would fur outweigh value received. It is probable the block will not be blacktopped. Roy O. Bjustrom requested permission to place park benches in front of the stores on State street. The benches, if okayed, would be placed on the curb facing store fronts. Individual store owners would shoulder the cost of benches. The council is investigating infant be there three more weeks. Mr and Mrs D. H. Carver and the latter's parents Mr and Mrs L. A. Halberg, of Des Moines arc going to Lawrence, Kan., to spend the weekend with Mrs Carver's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Harvey Stocker. Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson were visited Sunday by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs William Dt-Kruif and family of Mason City. They also spent some time at the parental Gale Stockwells. Mr and Mrs John Mesenbrmk and Mr and Mrs Chuck Martin and Buddy of Denison spent Sunday at the R. L. Robinault home. The Martins are the owners of the race horse Goldie Bales, who won many victories in 1953. A bridal shower was held for Sandra Graham at the home of Theresa Weydert Tuesday evening, May 17. Guests were classmates and other friends. Games were played. The wedding of Miss Graham and Don Johnson will be Mr and Mrs Harold Smith and the latter's mother and son, Mrs Edna Richter, of Titonka and Elvin Hay Moore of San Diego, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Smith's brother-ia-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Orville Beresford, at Kangwaha. U-P-M Want Ads Bring Result) recently born to Mr and Mrs Mahoney. Mrs Don Ludwiy and James Mahoney are daughter and son of Mrs John Mahuney. Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy and daughter Carol of Columbit Term., came Sunday to visit Mrs Abernathy's parents. Mr and Mrs Clark Orton. Mr Aliernathy had to return to Columbia as he is a board member of the telephone company where a strike is in progress. His wife and daughter will remain here for a visit. Friends of Mrs Tobitha Wilson received word from her and her daughter, Mrs W. C. Lumley, of Hampton, staying that Mrs Wilson is nicely located in a rest home there. She does not get around much but is able to write and enjoys very much the letters and cards she has received. Mrs Wilson suffered a stroke a few years ago. Mr and Mrs Walter Boeckholt and daughter Cheri spent the weekend at Buffalo Center with Walter's mother, Mrs Jenr-ie Boeckholt. They also visited his brother and sister-in-law. They visited their grand-niece, Mrs Calvin Kurt/laven, of Woden at the Buffalo Center hospital and saw the twin daughters, Ruth Kay and Rita May, born recently to she and her husband. Give Program, Swea Memorial Swea City — Memorial Da> will be observed hen- in the traditional manner, with the parade forming at L(.-gion hall at \):',W a. m. and advancing to the band shell in the park going north through ifiain street, thence east to the park. Following the colors in the parade the tentative order will be the American Legion, the VFW the Legion auxiliary, the VFW auxiliary, school band, firing squad of both units, the escort of both units, the Hoy Scouts and the F. F. A. Rev. Everett Bcal will give the, and mu>.ie will be furnished by the O'f/rt-on quartet. Graves at all three cernetoi ies, Harrison, Swea, and the Lutheran cemetery in Swea Twp., will be decorated following the exeici.-es at the park. The Good Will truck from Sioux City will be in Burt Wednesday, May 25. Leave your materials with Mrs Lee Cole before that time. All used clothing and shoes appreciated. Paul Thilges Jr., Donna Schmit To Wed June 8 St. Joe — Banns of marriage Were published in St. Joseph's church Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher for Paul Thilges Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges Sr., of here and Donna-Schmit of Algona, daughter of the late Peter and Sarah Schmit of here. The wedding will be at St. Cecelia's in Algona on June 8. Carol Wagner, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner, spent the weekend here with home folks from Sioux City where she is a student, nurse at St. Joseph Mercy hospital school of nursing. At the end of this week, Carol and Virginia Bormann, daughter of Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann, also of here, will be home for their summer vacation after whicn they will continue their nurse training at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Willie Thilges entertained the 500 club in their home on Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Edmund Friders as guests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Richard Kohlhaas for high, Mrs Bob Bormann receiving low and Mrs Frank Stattlemann travel. Mr and Mrs Maurice Reding will entertain the club in June. Marge Young, bride-to-be of Alvin Becker both of Wesley, was honored on Sunday, May 22 at a pre-nuptial shower in St. Joseph hall in Wesley. The wedding will take place on June 2 in St. Joseph's church in Wesley. Herman Plathe observed his birthday on Sunday evening when his children Mr and Mrs Plathe and family and Mr and Mrs Ted Hilbert and family and friends, Mr and Mrs John Thul and Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas and family enjoyed a wiener roast, birthday cake and ice cream at the Milfprd Plathe home on Sunday evening. Julie Patricia Thul, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Thul, born on May 3, was baptized :n St. Cecelia's church .in Algona Sunday morning, May 22 by Rev. Robert Kirschbaum. Sponsors were Patricia Wagner of here and Richard Foth of Livermore. Dinner guests in the Thul home in observance of the baptism were Rev. Robert Kirschbaum, Mr and Mrs John Thul paternal grandparents of here and Mrs George Foth maternal grandparent of Livermore. Other dinner and supper guests were Mr and Mrs Richard Foth and Diane and Mr and Mrs Allen Foth and Brad all of Livermore and Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner and family and H. A. Henderson, all of here. Mr and Mrs Peter Kirsch and family and Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas all of here and Mr and Mrs Mike Bormann and Mr and Mrs John Lentsch and fomily all of Algona were Sunday dinner guests in the Lawrence Kirsch home near Whittemore on Sunday. Luke McGuire, son of Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire, student at St. Thomas college in St. Paul, Minn., spent the weekend here with home folks. Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner, Mr and Mrs Joe Sinnwell and Mr and Mrs Harold Reding attended the Knights of Columbus state convention in Mason City May 21, 22 and 23. Kay Ann Reding spent the weekend in the Orville Wagner home with Judy, Mary and Barbara while their parents, Mr and Mrs Wagner were in Mafcbn City. Rain Sprinkles, But Not Enough It was downright hot for six days during the past week, then cooled off considerably Tuesday. A couple of traces of rain failed to offer all that is needed, but indications are that more is in the wind, according to Weatherman Stu Albright at the Algona Airport. May 18 82 48 May 19 86 54 May 20 —87 51 May 21 -86 60 May 22 83 59 May 23 85 62 May 24 73 52 Sprinkles hit the area Wednesday afternoon, following several days of dark clouds. Mayor Court Fines ' Fines were 'paid by three men in, Mayor Linda Clapsaddle's court during th'e past Week. Martin Bloes, Algona, and William Ettel, Algona, each paid $25 and costs bn intoxication counts, while W. S. McCullough, Humboldt, paid $5 and costs for operating a vehicle without a valid driver's license. Bill Moxley Wins Decathlon Trafk activity at Algona high school wound up last week as Bil Moxley won the fourth annual decathlon event with a 71 point total. Moxley, junior letterwin- ner, took firsts in the discus and shot put, and tied for first in the 100-yard dash to edge FranR Kern, with finished with 68 vs points. Jerry Downey took firsts in the 220 and 440-yard dash events, and tied with Moxley in the 100 to take third with a 64 point score. Kern failed to take any firsts, but racked up enough finishes in the money to finish second. Ron Ditsworth and Ron Zitt- ritsch tied for fourth with 62% points each, and Rod Kickbush counted 57 Vj. Individual event winners, times or distances: Broad jump — Ditsworth, 18 2^". High jump — Kickbush, 5' 4". Discus — Moxley, 104' 6". Shot put — Moxley, 40' 3". Football throw — Dick Koch- leau. 149' 10". 100 yd. dash — Moxley-Downey (tie), :11.4. 220 yd. dash — Downey, :26.7. 440 yd. dash — Downey, :56.6. 880 yd. dash — Phil Norris, 2:14 Mile run — Darr'ell Davis, 5:10. Previous decathlon \ mers were Jack Clapsaddie, Ken Teeter and Joe Funk. Coach Champ Martin announced the following letter' winners for the season, including points won in meets: Frank Kern, 45, Rod Kickbush 37.>/4, Jerry Downey 26%, Ron Zittritsch, 23%, Bill Moxley 23, Ron Ditsworth -22%, 'Larry Obivehf 20%, Phil. Norris 20, Fred Strahorn 17, Larry Johnson 16V2, and Don Moore ISV'a. Obrecht was elected honorary ( captain. He was the only senior letterman, and was killed in a car crash early in May. Ledyard Woman Flys To Ireland. A Ledyard woman, Mrs T. C. Lynch, is about to experience the thrill of a lifetime. She is leaving Monday by plane from Mason City to New York, where she will take a ship headed for her birthplace, Moanwing, County Limerick, Ireland. Mrs Lynch will visit two brothers and a sister for three months —and they haven't seen each otther for 50 years. She was feted by her sons and daughters, Mr and Mrs Jack Lynch, Mr and Mrs Jack Krebsbach, Ledyard, Mr and Mrs Dave Lynch, Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs T. J. Palmer, Algona, at a party at the Dave Lynch home Tuesday night, May 24. Kramersmeier, 62, Rites, Ledyard ' Ledyard — Brothers and sisters here received' word last Monday of the sudden death of their brother Carl, 62, at his home in Byera, Colo. Carl lived alone on his farm find when not Seen for several days by his frieftds they investigated and found he had died In bed several days before. John and Ervin went to Byers and brought his body here for burial. Carl Frederick August. Kra- mersmeier was born on Nov. 4, 1892, at Hubbard, Iowa. At the age of 21 because of poor health he went to Denver and has been farming, many'years in the vicinity of Byers, He : had many reverses but always re^ mained steadfast, a good Christian, kind, and thoughtful of others. He was preceded in death-by his parents, one brother and One sister. He is survived by four sisters and six brothers: Mrs Lena Junkermeier of Ledyard, John, Alfred, Arthur, and Ervin of Ledyard, Albert of Buffalo Center, William of Algona, Olga of Chicago, (Emma) Mrs Hugh Bortz of Estherville, and Mrs* Anna Schaffer of Storm Lake. Funeral services were held on Saturday afternoon at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church with the Rev. Victor Vriesen officiating. Burial was in Highland Home Cemetery. Casket bearers were Roscoe Mayne, Henry Selberg, Theodore Green, August Klinksiek, Herman Runksmeier, and Edward Junkermeier. Forfeits $50 In Court Bonds A Scarville, Iowa man, former mayor of that town, forfeited two cash bonds of $25 each in Justice Ostwinkle's court here this week. The charges originated last April 2, filed by the highway patrol, for having an " expired chauffeur's license, and no 1955 license plates. In other J. P. court cases Gary D. Naumann, ; Bancroft, paid a fine of $5 for not having a driver's license for his motor scooter;. Cecil Langerman, Ringsted, was fined $5 for an arterial violation. Harry D. Rose, Audubon, and Dean S. Carpenter, West Bend, were each fined on two counts, not having a proper truck weight license, -and overwidth trucks. Fines totaled $20 and costs for each trucker. 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