The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1956 · Page 32
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Tuesday, April 24, 1956
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April 24,1956 SHppcr Beg jWomes: 'Black Knights' Organize, Promote Better Driving KEN&'lEO'S "My ... all these credit cord* — Leo must like our business!" We want to make a lasting IMPRESSION on ail of our customers! KBN 6 LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phono 967 fast State St. A group of 25 Kossuth county Boys, 16 years of age and older,' who call themselves the Algona Black Knights, have . come .up with an idea that hiight aid. the highway safety cause. ' Aim of the-club, which has no limitations on the' number of members, is to keep- young drivers from racing and driving recklessly on highways and' at the same time further their education alohg mechanical lines. The boys meet every other Thursday night and began having meetings Friday night, Feb. 24. At present they hold their meetings in the basement of the Bernard Yedman home in Algona, but are searching for a larger meeting hall. President of the organization is Richard Yeoman. Other officers are Roger Hansen, vice president; Don Moore, . secretary; Gary Webb, treasurer; and a board of directors, consisting of the officers and Francis Ryg, Joe Dor- Weiler, Phil Norris and-sergeant- at-arms, Dave Seiler. , They have a constitution < and by-laws and discuss business at the beginning of each meeting. ,'. Besides promoting better driving, the members are learning the mechanics of autos, body work, engines, general knowledge of wiring, etc., and will build cus- Customising means giving the vehicle new lines, by lengthening fenders, changing hoods and generally giving the cars an exterior face lifting. It is the hope of the group to have two finished by county fair time so they can put them on display. Dues are $2 every six months, and a member may be expelled or fined by the club for any traffic violations. Arrangements were discussed with the local police and Mayor C. C. Shierk before the club went into operation. Nearest similar club is at Webster City, but many, such organizations have sprung up all over the United States recently. The Black Knights also have social activities., They have already sponsored a skating party at the Star Roller Rink with 180 in attendance, and plan other events in tTie future. Included will be a hill-climb and another skating party later this spring. Possibility of a permanent meeting pjace with garage facilities seems assured, according to Yeoman. The club will invite guest speakers to its meetings and would like to get a movie projector so movies dealing with autos can be shown. Algona's Black Knights seem to be'lreaded in the right direction. Quadruplets At Reinbeck, a Togg'enberg nanny goat recently became the mother of four offspring. Goats frequently have two, occasionally three, offspring at one time but four is an unusual number. Whittemore fiank Gel* CifMion The Whittemore Farmers State Bai\k received its-second citation for 1955 last week for havirtg exceeded its last year quota "of savings bonds to individual customers. A bronze plaque mount* ed on walnut, and with the official seal of the United States Treasury department, was presented to Vic Perkins, president of the local bank. The citation was presented by Jack W. ftow of the U.S. savings bond division. Inscribed on the plaque is the statement. 1955 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE'AWARD for hav* ing exceeded quota in the sales of United States Saving Bonds. Last year this bank was gvsren an engraved four color ^Minlite Man citation for having exceed* ed its 1954 savings bond quota. Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems accompanied by Mr and Mrs Geo. Meyer drove to Webster C&ty last week Sunday afternoon where they visited with Mrs Mexef.'s brother, Gus Nissen, wHo is a patient in the Webster Cfty hospital. Mrs Mary Kuecker w^fe rustled to St. Ann hospital in Algdna Thursday night where she .underwent surgery. At last report she has been getting along as well as can be expected. Mr and Mrs Otto Bell accompanied by Mrs Dora Fauls'tich visited .with Mrs Mathilda Meyer at the 'Alfred Bruhn holme Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl had as dinner guest Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Ray and Mr and Mrs Charles Sch- ultx. Mrs James Kuecker and family of Sioux City visited at the pav- ental home of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and Mrs Bessie Walker and Mrs Jerry McKean, in AJgona last week. M/Sgt. C. E. Drennen of Newfoundland Air Force Base and Mrs Drennen of Chicago are spending several weeks of Mr Drennen's furlough here with Mrs Drennen's parents, Mr and Mrs Joseph Loebach Sr., and other relatives.. A number of relatives gatherea at the Simon Weber home Thursday evening to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Simon Weber. Present were Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber and family, Mr and Mrs William Weber and family and Mrs Sylvia Garmann of here. Mr and Mrs Bud Ferden of Algona, Mr and Mrs Joseph Sikora and family of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Oscar Weber and family of Ayrshire, Mr and Mrs Lester Quinn and family of LuVerne, and Mr and Mrs Joe Sikora Jr., of Cylinder. Leonard (Babe)' Frost started his new duties -with the state highway commission here Monday morning of last week. The Frosts moved here from Algona a week ago last Saturday. In a deal made recently Elmer Steier bo.ught the Amanda Ruhnke home in the north part of Whittemore. The Steiers form- erly lived in West Bend. Mrs Ruhnke vacated this home lo move to the south side, the south side. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and daughter Jeanette, and son Everett of Lotts Creek, and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle were last week Sunday afternoon visitors at the Arthur Heidenwith home. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer and son Eldon Ray. Just One More Farmers' Tax! Farm operators who have net earnings of $400 or more are reminded thai beginning with the year 1955 they are covered by the Sociai Security Act and the social security tax must be paid on these earnings. These taxes are paid when the farm operator files his Federal income tax return. Even if no income lax is due, the return must be filed to report his earnings and pay the Social Security tax. The tax return for 1955 was due April 15. Jan Leaneagh Honored Ames, Iowa — Women of Oak Hall; in the Iowa State College women's residence system elected Marion Dix, Palos Park, 111., as their president for the 1956-57 school year. Serving with Miss Dix will be Jan Leaneagh, Algona, as publicity chairman. Lumber Firm To Develop 15 New Whittemore Lots WhiltemOre — In a deal made recently the Fullerton Lumber Company of Minneapolis purchased a plot of ground from Woodrow Russell in the southeast part of town. L. H. Peril, manager of the local yard hero, announced that this acreage will be laid out into lots, streets and with water and sewer. There will be about 15 lots for residential building purpose, and it is expected that two new homes will be erected there this summer. As there is a great demand for building lots here. Fullerton has seen a future in Whittemore, and is willing to invest a considerable sum of money for this outlay and all the improvements. Grad of Army School Army Sgt. Richard D. Eckland, son of Mrs LeRoy Elbert of Whittemore, recently graduated from the non-commissioned officer academy at Fort Reilly, Kan. Sgt. Ecklund completed the academy's four weeks advance course in leadership, tactics and methods of instructions. He is a squad leader. He entered the army in July 1950 and completed basic training at Fort Ord, Cal. His wife, Caroline, lives in Manhatten, Kan. Of late he has served in the far east. Shirley Dau Selected Shirley Dau, daughter of Mr and Mrs Victor Dau, was chosen by the American Legion Auxiliary to go to Girls State this year held on the Iowa State Teachers College campus in Cedar Falls, June 10-17. Mary Greinert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert, was chosen as alternate. Miss Dau will receive her complete instructions after May 1. There will be a county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary, May 7, at Bancroft at which time the county officers will be elected. Heads Concert Drive The Kossuth County Community Concert Association will hold its seventh annual membership drive this week starting April 'i'l. Mrs- Ralph Bauer is in charge of the drive in Whittemore and vicinity. Suffers A Stroke Mrs j. W. McCreery suffered a stroke early Friday morning, and was taken to St. Ann hospital in Algona in the afternoon where she will be under constant care. Mr and Mrs Fred C. Wegener of Algona visited vyith Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith last week Saturday evening. 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