The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 29
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S-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moities Thursday, Nov. 10, 1955 25 Peace Officers Meet, Elect & Hear Countryman LOCALS Iowa's controversial Attorne> General. Dayton Countryman, appeared in Algona November 1 at a meeting of the county peace officers association, and aided in the formation of a permanent county organi/ation and election of officers. Among the t w e n t y-f i v e men present were County Alt toi-ney L. Vv. Nitchals, ' Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, Deputy Sheriff Don Wood, Mayor H. P. Richardson. Police Chief Al .Hoekelrnan, three highway patrolmen, constables, mayors and justices of the peace from all over the county, and a member of the UDM staff. Lindhorst was elected president and Nitchals secretary-treasurer of the county group following a vote which set up the organ- i/ation that will hold regular meetings in the future. Countryman outlined six objectives of peace officers asso' nations during his 30-minutc talk. They are: Liaison with attorney geYieral's office; educational; coordination between unit.s; salaries; developing programs and ideas: and soical. There was no mention of liquor, other than minors drinking beer, in the discussion. Generally speaking, close contact between the attorney general and county attorneys all over the state is important, according to Countryman. He pointed out it was important for peace officers in each county to have regular meetings so they can brush up on laws, giving them greater understanding of them for greater ease in enforcement. A suggestion was made by the attorney general that peace officers in each locality might solve some of their salary difficulties by holding regular association meetings in their town with the city council as guests. Importance of regular meetings was further stressed as a way'for all officers in the county, to get acquainted, thus making it simpler to exchange ideas and pass them on to other county associations. To date, Countryman has visited about one-third of the counties in the state, and his schedule includes visits to every one of the 99. It was pointed out that Kossuth is one of about ten counties that already had a form of county organization. During a question and answer period. Mayor Richardson, Justice C. H. Ostwinkle and Sheriff Lindhorst talked briefly. Ostwinkle was very emphatic m his views, especially the salary set-up for justices. "I put in full time on my job as JP," he stated, "and my pay is figured and based on laws that were written in 1880 or 1885, hardly capable of handling things, as they are with prices the way they are today." Patrolman Tom Sievers, Algona, told of the effectiveness of the peace officers association in Wright County. Glen Frederickson, Des Moines, came to spend the "weekend and to take home his wife and daughters Cindy and Connie, who had been visiting the parents and grandparents. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips. Mr and Mrs Lewis Marshall have moved from the Henry Johannsen apartment on North Wooster street to the former. Dr. He 1 , rig house now owned by Everett Richardson at 722 East Elm street. Mr and Mrs George Sefril spent the weekend at Marshalltown. They were at Des Moines Friday to attend the teachers convention and Saturday attended the Iowa-Minnesota game at Iowa City. Duane Logue and son David spent from last week Monday till Friday at DOR Moines where David had a series of therapy treatments on a leg which was slightly affected by an attack of polio a few years ago. Mr and Mrs A. J. Ricklefs had as dinner guests Sunday the hitter's parents. Mr and Mrs M. A. Bagge of Fonda. The former's parents, Mr and Mrs William Ricklefs, of Titonka also spent a part of the day with them. Mrs Clara Sankey had her son.s-in-law and daughters. Mr and Mrs Verle Smith of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Ralph Lindhorst and "her brother and sister-in- law. Mr and Mrs Herman Warmbier as dinner guests Sunday. Ronnie Gerber flew lo Storm Lake Satuixlay to bring homo his sister, Beverly, a student at Buena Vista college and also look her back via plane Sunday after her weekend visit with the parents, Mr and Mrs Ervin Gerber. Mr and Mrs Gale Slockwell have moved from the Robert Donovan apartment house at 415 East Call street to the house at 112 South Blackford street which they purchased of Mr and Mrs Forrest Hanson. The Han.sons have moved to Corwith. Five Bancroft Boys Enlist In Navy In Week Bancroft — Those from here, who enlist rjrl in the ruivy ;it Minneapolis this week were: Jim Johnson, son of Mr ;md Mrs Carl Johnson; Tom Wilhelmi. son 01 Mr and Mrs Harold Wilhelmi: Phil Vasko. son of Mr and Mrs Ed Vasko: Donald Sc-hiltx. son of Mr and Mrs Arnold Schillz; Waller Rengcr, son of Mr and Mrs A. J. Renger. All are graduates of St. John's high sc-hool. John McGuire. son of Mr and Mrs Chnrlps MrGuire. who left last Monday is now .stationed 'in Sacramento, Calif. New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Nowmeycr arc the parents of their first son born recently at St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Vincent Becker are the parents of a daughter born in Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Heads Fraternity Arthur Campney, a junior at Simpson College, has been named president of Alpha Phi Omega, national service fraternity. Native of Burt, Campney is active on the Simpson campus. He also belongs to Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternilv. Graveside Rites Mrs Lewis Hansen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Funk, gave birth to a stillborn daughter at St. Ann hospital. Graveside rites were held Monday p.m. at Eustlawn cemetery. Hansons have a three year old son. Fined $15, Costs Mayor B. P. Richardson levied a $15 fine plus costs on Donald T. Prew. Algona, for intoxication in hi.s court this week. Frank Schneider Rites At Burt Burt—Last rites were held Nov. 4 at the St. John's Lutheran Church, Burt, for Frank Schneider, 76, who passed away at Cherokee, Oct. 1, after several weeks illness. 'Frank was born near Milwaukee, Wis., Oct. 10. 1879, son of August and Wilhelmina (Schallin) Schneider. When 5 yrs. old his parents came to Kossuth county and settled in the Lotts Creek neighborhood. In 1907 Mr Schneider was married to Mrs Anna Baer, making their home in Burt where he was employed as drayman, and where he joined the Lutheran Church. Following Mrs Schneider's death in 1946 he made his home with a sister, Mrs Henry Dacken, until alter her sudden dcalh. He is-survived by one brother, Paul Schneider of Ortonville. Minn., a nephew, August of Owu- tonna and six step children including Michael Baer and Francis Sewic-k of Burt. Two sisters preceded him in death, Mrs Carl Geilenfeldt and Mrs Emilie Heidenwith of Algona. Pallbearers were six nephews: Dr. Paul Geilenfeldt, Lakota; Art Heidenwith, Whittemore; Henry and Marvin Kueck, Lone Rock; Charles Geilenfeldt, Algona and Godfrey Geilenfeldt of Burt. Mrs Bess Peterson enterlained Mr and Mrs iNiel Michaelson and family and Mr and Mrs Perry Torine at dinner Sunday. Afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs Otto and family of Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss .spent Sunday at the Ben Dorr home in St. Benedict. Hedin-Satern Nuptials Set At Whiffemore Whiltemore — A miscellaneous shower was held in St. Paul's Lutheran church Sunday evening in honor of Arlene Hed'in, daughter of Mrs Myrtle Frost. Miss Hedin will be married Saturday evening at 7:30 in St. Paul's church, to Con Satern. The bride lo be received many useful gifts. About 100 attended. Cards and bingo were played. Mrs Roeber, winning high, "and Mrs Lawrence Meyer, low in 500; Eldora Maahs, high, and Eunice Maahs, low in bingo. A lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr and Mrs Richard Gross and girls were guests for dinner Sunday at the Glen Krause home in Fort Dodge. At Fenlon Shower A post nuptial shower was given in honor of Mrs Larry Gade at St. John's Lutheran church basement in Fenton Friday evening. Those from Whittemore who atlendecl Ihe shower were Mrs Mathilda Meyer, Mrs William Meyer Sr., Mrs Dora Faulstich, Mrs Forrest Gilmore, Mrs Otto Bell, and Mrs William Roeber. Mrs Frank Schumacher was accompanied home from Clark, So. Dak., Saturday evening, by her son Herman, of Sioux Falls, So. Dak. Herman is employed with the Milwaukee railroad" in Sioux Falls, and came here two weeks ago to take his mother to Clark where they visited with Mr and Mrs Bert Sherman. Mrs Sherman is the former Viola Schumacher, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher. Herman spent his time there hunting ducks and wild geese.' A number of neighbors and friends of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker were entertained at cards at their home last week Tuesday evening. Present were Air and Mrs Thomas Dunphy, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mi- Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Erwin Siems and Mr and Herman Voigt. The occasion Mrs Kuecker's birthday. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith attended the funeral of an uncle Frank Schneider, at St. John's Lutheran church in Burt, Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Eli Kilchenmasler, of Hill, Minn., and Mr and Mrs and Mrs Mrs was | Mil ford Shielien, of George, Towa, spent, the weekend visiting at the homes of Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck, Mr and Mrs Walter Sthi- ecker and Mr and Mrs Erwin Struecker.. They returned home Monday morning. Mrs Ernest Meyer who was a patient the forepart of last week in St. Ann hospital at Algona returned home last Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy visited with Mr and Mrs Noah Reisner in Lolls Creek Sunday evefriing. Monday Mrs Dunphy and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith visited with Mr and Mrs Homer Lenning, and Mrs Frieda Siems, at Fenton. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and • Mrs Louis Braatz were Erwin Braatz and family, and Mrs Joe Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs Merlyn Stauffer and family of Maplelon, Minnesota; Mr and Mrs Herbert Braatz and family of Janesville, Minn.; Alvina Braatz and Rosemary Put?:, of Wells, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Clyde Gingerich and family of West Bend, and Robert Braatz of here. It was the birthday of Alvina Braatz. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and daughter Jeanette, and son Everett of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter Kay Frances, and Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer and sons Gayle and Roger, were Sunday evening visitors with Mrs Mathilda Meyer. Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke visited at the home of their son and family, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke at Lotts Creek, Sunday afternoon, and in the evening they visited with Mrs Aurelia Leineri- gex. • Irvington By Marguerite Mulligan Harry Sabin is a patient at Meicy Hospital in Iowa City. Mrs Sabin arid their daughter LaVonne accompanied him there. He will remain some time for medical treatment. Mrs Clarence Siemer, chairman of the drive for benefit of Iowa Child Home Society. • announces the total of donations for Irvington Twp. was $81.00. Mr and Mrs H. Scheppmann received word of arrival of a n_ew grandson, born to Mr and Mrs Leroy Scheppmann of Washington. D. C. on Nov. 3rd. Mr and Mrs Chas. Colwell are parents of a son, Bernard Leon, born at St. Ann hospital on Nov. 4th. Robt. Ollom, 53, Dies, St. Paul Burl—Mr and Mrs James Ollom were called to St. Paul, October 30 by the serious 'illness of a son, who passed away before they reached there. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom and Mrs Helen Weiske took the Olloms to St. Paul where they remained, with the others returning home that evening. Robert Ollom, 53, was born in Portland township, attending rural school until he moved with his parents to Minnesota. A few years were spent in this community, but after his marriage he lived in St. Paul. He had been hospitalized some 10 days following a brief illness, butt death came very suddenly Oct. 30. He is survived by his widow, a son and a daughter and two grandchildren. He leaves also his parents, Mr and Mrs James Ollom, two brothers, Ora, of St. Paul, and Gerald of Burt; three sisters, Mary Kreger of Oregon, Helen Weiske, Burt, and Zada Smith of Eldora. Services were to be Tuesday or Wednesday pending arrival of the son from the west coast, who is in the service. Plan Swea City 'Poultry Day 7 Swea City — The Swea City Commercial Club will sponsor a Thanksgiving promotion day, or Poultry Day, Nov. 19. Special prices will be offered by business men and at 3 p.m., 25 ducks and turkeys will be loosed from the tops of buildings. The organization also decided to put up Christmas decorations soon after Thanksgiving Day. Mr and Mrs Glen Curtis drove to Floyd, recently to visit Luther Ethington and h i s daughter Eva of Sullivan, 111. have been visiting at the home of their relatives, the Harley Works, also the Glen Chirks. Mrs Thomas Brown came Oct. 19 from MouUrie, Ga. to spend a while with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs John Thompson. The day following the Thompsons became parents of a daughter Lynn Aree. Mrs Warren Schram, Chicago, came Oct. 24 for a week with her mother, Mrs Jennie McCrary, and other relatives. Friendly Club Has Party At Sexton Home By The Village Gossip Sexton — The Friendly Club held its Halloween party in the basement of the August Kirschbaum home. The pot luck lunch gave evidence of a number of mighty fine cooks in the area. Among the missing members was Mrs Everett Steven who had reason to believe a bad case of laryngitis would take all the fun out of a club meeting. The next meeting will be upstairs at the August Kirschbaum home a week early on Nov. 17 because of the holiday season. Great Grandparents The town can now boast of a pair of great grandparents, although it is hard to believe Mr and Mrs Mack Wise could be that far up in years. Mrs Marvin Abbas of Algona, granddaughter of Mrs Wise, became the mother of a C Ib. boy on Nov. 3. He was named Lavern Lee. Her mother. Mrs Verle Eraser of San Diego, Cal. is here to help care for the newcomer. Mrs Cyrus Eisenman of Britt, Mrs Barry of Mason City and Mrs Bessie Eisenrrfan of Cheyenne. Wyo., were Sunday dinner guests al the August Kirschbaum home. Mr and Mrs Don Prew and family attended the wedding of Mrs Frew's brother, Cecil Dits- worlh and Mary Ann Meier at the Evangelical Free church in Clear Lake, Sunday. Among the attendants were Hallard Snyder Jr., of Algona as best man and Alfreda Wedcrt/. of Clear Lake as maid of honor. The young couple left on a 10 day trip to the Ozarks. Mr Ditsworth has been employed as depot agent at Manly. Mrs August Kirschbaum and Miss Ruth Graham of Titonka kept Mrs Fred Jennings company while Fred and Mrs Julia Taft were at the funeral of a cousin in Algona. Does a vacation from school just naturally make the youngsters ill? Victims during the recent teachers convention were Susie and David Hoover and Glennda Gabrielson. The wandering boy has gone again. This lime John Oplieim has accompanied Mervyn Peterson of Moorehead, Minn., to Butte, Montana, where they will work in the copper mines. A nasty rumor hinted he really went to check up on the stories L. A. Copp has been telling about Montana for so long. Wilford Ward, accompanied a group of farmers to the Full-O- Pep research farm in Illinois and also visited the Exchange in Chicago. Among the men on Ihe trip wej-e Glenn Gabrielson. Tony Grandgenett, Ray Cunningham, Don Budlong and George Kain. Looks like Mack Wise must be a pretty good card player from the number of games Mack's Market is ahead of Kelley Lumber Co. in their card tournament. But Bob Kelley and his partner, Blaine Hpltorf, haven't given up, they're just getting experience now. Mrs August Kirsdibaum accompanied Miss Mary McMahon to Algona where they'visited with Mrs Carrie Olsen at the home of her. daughter, Mrs Leslie Huff. Mrs Olsen was able to be up and can walk a little again. There seems to be something about running a garage thai makes a fellow forget to order fuel for his own furnace. This time it was August Kirschbaum who ran out on the coldest day we've had so far. Halloween was almost Vmob- served in these parts except for a few little tricks for trcaters. Wilford Ward and Roy Hansen were the victims. Mrs Louis Kelley of Jolley took care of her grandchildren here while their mother, Mrs Bob Kelley was in the hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Max Stratton and family spent. Sunday at the John Slratton home al Mason City. Mrs John Stratton has been ijl from a recent gall bladder attack. Jimmy Johnson, a brother of Mrs Bob Kelley, has received Ins discharge from service and is now at the Kelley home. He plans lo enter the lumber business, in connection with the Kelley Lumber Co. TITONKA NEWS Mr and Mrs Plumcr Parker of Rochester, Minn, and George Parker of Arcada, Calif, visited Satuixlay and Sunday at the home of Mrs Lucy Newville. Mr and Mrs Win. L. Rode and Mr and Mrs Martin Brandt look Mrs Martha Boyken of Haywar- den, Calif, to Waterloo Sunday where she was to visit her son and family, Hie Bob Boykens for a while and then returned back lo her home in California. Mrs Boyken came here to attend the funeral of her sister-in-law, Mrs Henry Brandt. Invitations have been sent out for the annual Alumni Banquet that has been the custom in the past years to be held during Thanksgiving vacation. This year it is scheduled for Nov. 2f> at 6:30. Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Caiol Ann were Sunday visitor-: at the home of Mr and Mrs WilT- ard Charleston of Forest City. Mrs Maude Story of Des Moines came last Thursday for a week's vacation with her sister-in-law, Mrs Lucy Newville. Mr and Mrs Arthur Rode are the parents of a baby boy named Kent Lee. He arrived at the Irish hospital in Forest City Saturday evening. Nov. 5 at 11:UO. He weighed 7 Ibs and 15 a/.. Mr and Mrs Harvey Graham. Mr and Mrs Joe Boekelmaii. Mrs Minnie Larson and Velma, Mrs Louis Larson, Mrs Mamie Speicher. Maude Story of Des Moines and Mrs Lucy Newville attended the funeral of Mrs Ella Hartshorn who passed away in a Deacons home in Pasadena, Cal. The funeral was held in Algona. Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill and family we're Sunday visitors at the home of Dr. and Mrs Guido Sartor and family; and also visited the Mercy hospital, where Henry Recker of Buffalo Center is a patient. Mr Heckor is Mrs Intel-mill's father. ' Important Announcement! The Botsford Lumber Co. 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