The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 13, 1956
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Several Changes In School Directors In Monday Vote New school directors wer elected in two Kossuth schoo voting areas, as voters indicated their preferences Monday in the general school directors' ballot ing. In Algona, voting was light in the election to pick two directors E. H. Hutchins with 204 and Pau Hum with 185 were reelected for three-year terms. Edward Arend a third candidate, received 3; votes, and John Wilson one write- in vote. There were nine spoiled ballots from a total of 224 cast. SENTRAL DISTRICT ELECTS NEW MEN Lone Rock — The Sentral school district comprising Seneca, Fenton and Lone R»ck areas, pick ed two new directors Monday. Norman Larson with 239 votes and William Weiner with 228 were named to succeed Wilfred StoebeV and Raymond Zwiefel. Stoeber polled 118 votes and Zwiefel had 85. There were 347 votes cast, of which six spoiled. were LEYARD CAST 127 VOTES: ONE NEW DIRECTOR Ledyaid — One new school director was elected here, with Aubrey Waterhouse edging out Mrs W. E. Wiemer, 82 to 65. Harold Herzog polled 90 for the other place on the board. Waterhouse will be a new member. William Wiemer was elected treasurer with 108 votes. 56 VOTES CAST AT WHITTEMORE Whillemore — Russell Medin with 56 and Jerry Zatlaukel with 52 were reelected school directors here Monday. John Uhlenhake was reelected treasurer without opposition. 5-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 13, 1956 6 Inch Snow Struck Area On Saturday ONLY 17 VOTES • CAST AT BANCROFT Bancroft—With 17 votes cast in Monday's school election, H. V. Clark and Wilbur Fox were reelected as directors and A. A Droessler as treasurer. Spring had a good start, but il didn't last very long, as wintei came back with a vengeance during the week. The switch from spring back into winter was a violent one all the way around, and weather activity was capped by a very offensive blizzard Saturday. Six nches of snow fell and blew around in the Algona area, while 'arger amounts were reported in ho county. State and county road crews vere kept busy by a wind that nsisted on drifting the white tuff, and one death was attributed to the storm. East and •vest roads were still in bad shape n some areas Monday morning, but calm weather gave crews a hance to get the roads all clear. Temperature readings varied rom a very balmy 43 abovq uesday to a nippy 12 below eading late Monday night. Warrrmr weather is on tap soon, according to the weather bureau. Hi 43 24 32 36 Mar. 10 31 Mar. 11 .20 Mar. 12 Besides the six inches of snow during the blizzard, an inch fell Mar. 7 and a trace Mar. 9. Winds, reaching a velocity of 45 miles per hour were registered Mar. G. Dale Mar. Mar. Mar Mar. 6 7 8 . L 24 7 1 22 20 -6 -12 HUGH SHIRK IS ELECTED, LUVERNE LuVerne—Hugh Shirk with 24 votes was reelected to the school to serve until the reorganization, July 1. There were only 28 votes cast. Mrs Kenneth Sorensen was reelected treasurer. There were three write-ins. 21 VOTES CAST AT OTTOSEN Oltosen—Fred Kampen with 18 and DeVere Newton with 20 were reelected to the Ottosen school board, with 21 votes cast. They will serve until the reorganization July 1. BIG TURNOUT IN SWEA CITY VOTE Swea CUy — The Swea City school area turned out with a heavier vote than Algona, as 255 went to the polls. Harvey C. Larsen was reelected for a three- year term, Raymond C. Johnson received 34 votes for the same post. W. E. Carlson was reelected treasruer. On the question of the sale of school property, the vote was in favor, 225 with yes und 33 with no. Cresco Chums The Cresco Chums held their annual March meeting, March 5, at the home of Karen Schultz with Carolyn Rochleau assisting with 21 girls present. Miss Stoudt, Mrs Rochleau and Mrs GiscK were guests. Judy Lichter and "Rosemary Gisch gave talks. A picture study was given by Joyce Riebhoff. Betty Besch and 1 Delores Eisenbarth gave a demonstration. EVERY - DAY LOW PRICES '0, at WILTGEN'S KITZINOER WINNER IN TITONKA CONTEST Tilonka—H. W. Kitzinger was reelected to the Titonka school board with 126 votes. His opponent, John Beenkun, received 30. Mrs EtTOl Dowas was reelected treasurer with 65 votes. REELECTED DIRECTOR IN LAKOTA VOTE Lakoia—Orville Ruby with 123 votes was reelected a director of the Lakota school board. John Durenbush received 5'J votes. There were Ibti votes cast, with four spoiled. 46 VOTE IN LIVERMORE ELECTION Liyermore — L. E. Kay and C. M. Baker were reelected to the Livermore school board without opposition, Monday. Baker received 42 votes " and Kay 4ti. There were 40 votes cast. The men will serve until July 1, when the newly voted Twin Rivers school district comes into being with new directors to be selected. INCUMBENT WIN IN BURT ELECTION Burt — Delmar An^us (51!) Wayne Keith (53) and Elwyn Stenzel (54) were all reelected to the Burt school board, Monday. Other board members are Dun Mitchell and S. T. Teeter. Then; were u total of til votes cast. Fast Service § O Guaranteed | Work | WILTGEN I Jewelers I f ? -0»O.OO.QOOOO0.O.O.OOO0OaO0O.OCK : ! CUT ERYSIPELAS LOSSES WITH BICIUIN FORTIFIED Advertised in this month's FARM & HOME SECTION RUSK DRUG 4 Townships Join For Fire Combat The Algona city council met in special session Wednesday night with township trustees from Cresco, Irvington, Plum Creek and Union townships for a discussion of possible better fire protection for the rural area surrounding Algona. Equipment necessary and the amount of a possible tax- levy to cover the cost of equipment are not known, but the trustees favored a special ballot of aL voters in the four townships in the near future to find out how the citizens feel about the matter The council also had the first reading of the new city plan commission ordinance and it passed It will be read two more times. Under the ondinance, the new commission, a combination of the preswit zoning set-up .and two new members, a total of nine, would plan the physical development of the city along orderly lines in the future. The next regular council meeting night is Wednesday, Mar. 14. HOSPITALS Mar. 6 — Mrs Clem Mergen, Whittemore, boy, 6-2; Robert lhambers, Algona, surgery; Mrs .'irman Laing, Jr., Algona, med- cal; Jens Knudsen, Algona, med- cal; Frank Tletz, Algona, medical. Mar. 7 — Leo Farrell, Whitte- more, surgery; Yvonne Kohlhaas Livermore, T & A; Norman R Hanevick, Algona, medical; William Frisch, Livermore. medical Mrs Floyd Eggert, Wesley, medical; Mrs Marcella Armstrong, Algona, medical. Mar. '8 — Mary J. Asa, Algona tonsillectomy; Donna J. Asa, Algona, tdnsillectomy; Mrs Robert Laing, Algona, maternity. Mar. 9 — Mrs Francis Smith, Whittemore, tonsillectomy; Terry L. Chamberlain, Algona, tonsillectomy; Mrs Cletus Hejlick, Britt, maternity; Henry SchUltz, Whittemore, medical; George Kemper, Wesl«y, medical; R. W. Anderson, Algona, medical; Mrs NelJie McWhorter, Burt, medical. Mar. 10 — Patricia A. Juchem, Wesley, medical; LeRoy Lemay, Whittemore, medical; Wendy 3. Gardner, Lone Rock, tonsillectomy; Mrs Bernard Miller, Algona, medical; Nicholas C. Mergen, Whittemore, boarder. Mar. 11 — Mrs Virgil Roethler, Algona, girl, 7-G, David Carver, Algona, medical; Mrs Kenneth Peirce, Algona, surgery; Mrs Gid dings, Burt,. girl, 8-4. In Mayor's Court Business picked up in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week. Seven persons paid fines on a variety of charges. •Melvin W. Ostwald, Whittemore, paid $25 and costs on an intoxication • count; and Arthur R. Winkel, Algoha, and Joe E. Pettit, Whittemore, each paid $5 and costs for speeding. Pettit also paid $5 and costs for a stop sign violation. Others who paid $5 and costs for going through stop signs included Will Thilges and Floyd Newville, Algona; Wilma M. Wichtendahl, West Bend: and William E. FJeskes, Fort 3odge. The most important nut-bear- ng tree in the United States is he pecan, which grows throughout the South. • Read The Want Ads - It Pays! Read About . . . in this month's FARM & HOME SECTION BRADLEY BROS. the "easy natural look" appears in men's suits now filling the racks at the Hub... suits that are true multi-season garments... flannels, worsteds, and nub weaves in new colors of s varied charcoal tones, tans, blues, light grey, grey-blue and grey green. Many suit coats with the fresh new three- button closing. Distinguished suits for Easter - with distinguished labels! I OTHER SUITS $39.95 to $65 OTHER SPORT COATS $22.95 to $35 men's sport coats have the "natural look", too... and a distinct new look in rich-texture fabrics on the "tweedy" side.,. the styling is easy and casual, and the three* button, patch pocket model is tops in popularity, A man finds endless ways to vary his appearance by combining these jackets with slacks, A new sport coat selection at the Hub UAJYS

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