The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1955
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8-Algona (Id.) Upper Oes Moines Thursday, October 13, 195S 1A L G O N / A UPPER D E 5 AA O I N £ 5. B. & P. Women Meet The Business a:v.1 Prof^siona! Women held a dinner at the Johnson House Tut-sdav evening. GuesJs were Mildred Mcllhvame and Dorothy Haai-e, district diri e- tors from Eagle G'rove. rnombeis of the t>rt-an:xali Mildred Carney. Beniadine Athii Hardgrove. Xclba Carole Nutte. Catherine Maxine Momyrr, Florence entine and .Airs Deb Hall transferred to the local club from South Dakota. The district meet- in}; is Sunday at F.agle Grove. Party At Stale Park Kathy Bestemlehner was given a picnic at the Ambrose Call State Park Sept. 21 in honor of hoi eighth birthday. Guest-; \vi-ie Ann Bohannon! Cindy Bradley Betty and Patty Bray. Cumin Cassel, Linda Froelieh. Jtanie Most-tier. Paula Os!winkle. Janice .Robinson and Georgia Tlinl. The children were; taken to the park by Mr and Mrs Bestenlehner where games were played and refreshments served. Kitchen Shower Ruth Adams and Jean Cape.sius gave a kitchen shower Wednesday evening for Mrs Dnrakl Eis- choid. nee Jane Adam.-. Ttif- cou- plo was married last March H at Sioux City and Dara.'d is in ser- vie-e at Newfoimflland but will re'- j ceive ins discharge in a couple of months. Tu-t-nty-live guests were present. Birthday Coffee Party Mrs William Finn observed the *birthdny of Mrs Everett Anderson last week Wednesday morning and had her as well as Mrs Loreen Brown and Mrs J;ine Asa as quests for coffee. In the afternoon Mrs Anderson had her mother. Mrs William P.ecker and i]iothe>r-in-law. Mrs Rose Anderson as coffee quests. Farewell Courtesy A farewell party was given Saturday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Presthus for Mr and Mrs Gene Hendrickson who left for San Diego. Cal. having concluded a 30 clay leave. Mr Hendnckson is petty officer in the navy. The party was for relatives and included the parents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Henci- rickson and Mr and Mrs William Baker. Birthday Dinner M:s D. II. 'feeler was given a binhday dinner last week Sunday at the home of her son and d.-iu- j-!hter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Fran/ Teeler. Otlu'rs present were the sons anil daughters-in-law, Mr .:nd Mrs Vern Teeter and' Mr and Mrs Clifford Teeter. A Queen Finalisl Virginia Ball, daughter of Mr and Mrs K. F. Ball of Cedar Rapids is one of ten finalists ir the Dolphin Queen contest featured by the Iowa State University at Iowa City as a part of the homecoming festivities. Virginia's mother is the former Bernice Hargreaves and she is well- known here among the young folk. She is a niece of Mrs 'Ralph Elbert and Gilbert Hargreaves. Bit & Spur Trail Ride Thirty-five. 1 members of the Algona Bit and Spur Club held a trail ride Sunday, Oct. 2. The group traveled through Call State Park and lunched at the fairgrounds following the ride. Mrs Bailey Hostess Mrs Chester Bailey was host- e'.ss to the members of her sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Picnic Party Roger Barr, son of Mr and Mrs Everett Barr was given a picnic •'t the Ambrose Call State park Monday in honor of the sixth birthday. Guests were John Elkins, Brian LaBarre, Larry Scobba, Jimmy Schutter. Paul Watkins and Jerry Wittkopf, and the honoree's brothers, Douglas and Gary. Thimble Club Hostess • Mrs W. C. Taylor entertained the members of her Thimble Club Monday afternoon. Wedding Licenses To 3 Couples Three couples obtained wedding licenses the past week from the office of Alma Pearson, clerk of the district court, .as follows: Oct. 8—John W. Boehm and Amy Jean Fisher, Titonka; Julius O. Hanson. Plymouth, and Alice J. Reiber, Mason City; Oct. 10 -- Jerry D. Weber, Lti- Verne. and Carolyn Faye Ehrhardt, Livormore. Cheryl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Carr, was eight years old Sept. 25 and in celebration of the anniversary was hostess to ten friends at a theatre party. Divorce Action An action for divorce was fil'-d in Kossuth district court last week by Howard II. Krause, Lone Rock, naming Lucille M. Krause as defendant. Cruel and inhuman treatment is charged. The couph mairied March 25, 1954. 3 Sentences In- Disfrict Court; Two Sue City Sentences of five and seven years were imposed in Kossuth district court the'past, \verk on pleas of guilty, before Judge Fred M. Hudson. Howard L. Jones. Denver, rhan.iU':! his plea to guilty to a chaise of larceny by embezzlement, and was g'iven a sentence- of five years at Anamosa, Monday, and he was then given r> bench parole and turned over to the state parole board. In the same session, R. A. Murdock, DCS Moines, \vas sentenced to seven years at on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses, and waV likewise paroled to the slat; board of parole. Jones was charged with embezzling $1300 from Jack Lynch. Ledyard car dealer. Jones was to have acted as an agent for Lynch in purchasing a car. Tin- car was never purchased and no accounting of the money was ever given. Murdock was a salesman for the North Iowa Directory Service, and was charged with turning in a fraudulent order for advertising and receiving a commission for it. In a third case, Herbert E BC-SHW, GracUinger, charged with obtaining money under , false pretenses, was sentenced to the county jail for six months, with the sentence suspended, and he was paroled to Attorney L. A. Winkel. Besaw had secured a loan from the Blossom Loan Co. by executing a chattel mortgage note as security on furniture alleged to be at Humboldt. It was later found the furniture was not there. The City of Algona was nameu as defendant in two damage suits filed over the weekend. Action for S25.544.74 w a s brought by Mrs Jacqueline Pifer. widow of Robert L. Pifer, who was killed by a bullet fired from the gun of an Algona policeman. July 9. She charged unlawful assault with a deadly weapon. Clara Hargreaves asks $10,000 from the city as the result of a fall which resulted in a broken leg, July 9. She said she stepped into a ditch at a crossing at night and that no warning or warning signal or light was displayed at the alley crossing. officials will be discussed. A new ordinance is a must, unless the one presently in force is acceptable for the future. A set of rules-and regulations for the police department may also be discussed. It is hoped some clarification involving shifts, seniority, equipment., etc., can be made. Rules and order of business for the city may be discussed. The present set, in force since Feb. 26. 1898. are badly outdated making renovation necessary to keep up with the times. Shumway Head Of U, S. Bond Drive Gaylord Shumway, Algona attorney, has been appointed Kossuth county sales chairman of the savings bonds division by Gerard S. Nollen, volunteer state sales chairman. Shumway succeeds Herman Studer. formerly of Algona, who lias served as county sales chair- .nan since June, 1951. Nov. 13-24, and a film will be shown. The group will also meet Nov. 18, and at that time Merlin Roll and the Happy Harmonizers from Woodward will be on the program. The public is welcome at these meetings. Council To Talk Pay Scale, Thur. Algona's city council will meet at the city hall tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. for a regular business session. It is possible an ordinance setting the pay scale of elected city RCA Victor 21-inch Headlines New "4-Plus" Picture Qualify-on RCA Victor exclusive of this price level. New "Hidden Panel" Tuning lets you dial standing upl Ebony finish. Choice of two high-style stands, optional, extra. Model 21T6082. Don't take our word for It! 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Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. There \vill be a discussion of the fund drive and educational campaign, which will be held Speech, Hearing Clinics Held Speecii and heat-ing clinics for three grades of students in all of Kossuth County's public schools were held at. Swea City and Burl Wednesday and Algona today (Thursday), Dale BinRhatn from the state department of education is conducting the tests to determine which members of the third, sixth and ninth grades have speech and hearing deficiencies. He is being assisted by members of the local county superintendent's office. Children from Grant, Ledyard. Seneca, Lakota and Swea City underwent tests at Swea City Wednesday morning, while in the afternoon students from Bancroft, Fenton, Lone Rock, Titonka and Burt were checked at Burt. The clinic at Algona is for children from local schools and Whittemore, Wesley and Lu- Verne. All children in the three grades had their hearing gone over, while only third graders had speech conferences. 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