The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 19, 1966
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Algona, (lo.) Upper DM Mein*s Tunday, April 19, 1966 Pleads Not Guilty To Federal Drug Charges A Burt osteopath, Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson, 60, entered a plea of not guilty in Federal District Court at Ft. Dodge Wednesday to 16 counts of violation of federal drug lavs. Bahnson was indicted by a federal grand jury in Cedar Rapids Feb. 11 on charges of illegally dispensing prescription drugs. The Burt osteopath entered his innocent plea through his attorney, Man Loth of Ft.Dodee. No date was set for his trial by Judge William C. Hanson who presided. According to Donald O'Brien United States attorney for the northern district of Iowa, Dr. Bahnson is charged with selling secobarbital sodium capsules and amphetamine suliate capsules to federal agents without a medical examination. The government charges that Bahnson had engaged in selling large amounts of the drugs without prescriptions since Feb. 7,1964. O'Brien said thai amphetamine sulfate and secobarbital sodium are addicting drucs. 100 MPH Chase; Driver Sent To Cherokee Hosp. Bennie Heintz, 30, of Blue Earth, Minn., was taken to the State Mental Health Institute, Cherokee, last week by Humboldt county sheriffs office after a 100 mph chase on highway 169. The Humboldt police department says that Mr. Heintz drove into Humboldt from the north on highway 169 at a high rate of speed from Algona, ran the stop sign at the intersection of highways 169 and 3 shortly after 3:00 a. m. on April 9. He was followed to a truck stop in Humboldt, and asked if he knew he had run a stop sign. In the meantime, he filled his car with gas, which he failed to pay for. When asked for his driver's license he refused to produce it and when instructed to get into the squad car, he started to, then ran to his own car, and sped south on high way 169. Humboldt city police gave pursuit, and radioed PL Dodge police for assistance. The Ft. Dodge police set up a roadblock at the intersection of highways 169 and 5 and fired a shotgun blast into the side of Mr. Heintz' car when he refused to stop. Another barricade was set up at the clove rleaf west of the Karl King bridge, where he was stopped. He was taken to the Ft. Dodge police station and returned to HumboldL LuVerne Church Nuptials For Rockwood - Stephens LUVERNE - Miss Eleanor Elizabeth Rockwood, daughter of Mrs. Ardis Godfrey Rockwood and the late Wilder Rockwood, LuVerne, became the bride of Dan M. Stephens, son of Mr. and Mrs. DOB Stephens of Goldfield, during a 3:00 p. m. service held March 27, 1966, in the LuVerne Methodist church. The Rev. Roy Beisemeyer, pastor of the church, officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was escorted to the altar by Alva Hill of Goldfield, friend of the couple. She carried a yellow orchid on an Eastern Star Bible that had belonged to her father. Mrs. Jerry (Elaine) Briggs of Des Moines, twin sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Ronald Trotter of Goldfield, friend of the groom, was the best man.. Ushers were Dennis and Dean Stephens of Goldfield, brothers of the groom. Another brother, Dale Stephens, also of Goldfield, and Burt Schipull of LuVerne were the candle- lighters. Special music was presented by Mrs. Lucinda Stone of Lu- Verne, church organist Following the service a reception was held in the church rooms with Mrs. Ray Agard as hostess, assisted by Mrs. Peder Hjelmeland and daughter, Mary. Mrs. John 0. Cos dipped the punch and Mrs. Alva Hall of Goldfield poured. Mrs. Giiffit of Goldfield cut and served the cake and Mrs. Don Ray Stephens was in charge of the guest book. Miss Linda Agard of Ft. Dodge opened the gilts- Tile bride is a graduate of the LuVerne Comnmnitj' Mffh school and Iowa State University, Ames. She has been employed with Bankers Life of Des Moines for live years. The groom graduated from the Goldfield schools and recently received Ms discharge from the U. S. Army. They will live at Goldfield. - o - Mrs. Henry Mart}' went to Le Mars to visit her son, Dr. Wayne Marty and family, and her sister, Miss Esther Merkle. Miss Merkle is in the Lutheran hospital at Sioux City and underwent surgery April 13. Miss Merkle, long-time first grade teacher in LuVerne school, is head of the library department of West- mar College. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Trauger and children of Rothville, Mo., visited the Harold and James Trauger families and also visited his father, Guy Trauger, in a rest home ai Britt. Easter guests of Mrs. Mabel Thompson were .Mr. and Mrs. Errin Burgardi of Curlew and the Nicholas Wolfe family of ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ristau Susan and Carol, and her boy friend, attended the wedding of Miss 1 ilrida Ristau, a cousin and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ristau of Thornton and Donald Eggleston of Lucas, la., at the Lutheran church at Ventura. Mrs. Bertha Nelson, -89, of Frost, Minn., has been visiting her daughter and son-in-lasr, Mr. and Mrs. Earle Haaselman, and had as visitors Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carlson of Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelsac of Rake; Beraie and Jale Nelson of Frost; Mrs. Mary Hanstad of Frost and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Erdahl of Rake. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Hanselman were former college friends, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Anderson, Maryl, Martha and Mary of Ames. Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kruse were their daughter, the John Bohans of Humboldt; their son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kruse of LuVerne; her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston of LuVerne; Gordon Davidson and LuAnn of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davidson and daughter of Adel; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Thus of Graettinger; Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Gregersen of Rutland ; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Attlg and Mrs. Mina Hunter of Renwick; Mrs. Marienus Davi I and family of Spring Valley, Minn. Funeral services for Donald Baskemlle, 75, Des Moines, were held Thursdav, April 14, at Des Moines. Burial was at Hubbard, la. Mr. and Mrs. James Mallory and Mrs. Alma Madden attended a Kossuth county rural letter carriers meeting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hartman at Lone Rock. Algona Man's Mother Dies At Clarion Funeral services for Beulah Agnes Black Hinton, 56, Humboldt, were held at United Presbyterian church, Clarion, April 16, with Rev. Kay Mills officiating. Burial was in Evergreen cemetery. Pallbearers were Gene Smith, Walter Halligan, Ho Frakes, Johnny Peterson, A. F. Huisman and Richard Lamphers. Honorary pallbearers were Edwin Anfinson, lismore Stole, Theo Koltvet, Jeffrey Pliner, Lauritz Stavenheim and Anton Anderson. Mrs. Hinton died Wednesday night at a Clarion hospital. Beulah Agnes Black was born at Knierim, Sept. 7, 1909, daughter of Hugh and Fanny Black. She attended school near there and graduated from Barnum high school. She later attended and recieved her teaching degree from State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. She was married to Taylor Hinton, Oct. 7, 1928. Mrs. Hinton taught school at Knierim, Holmes, Kanawha, Goldfield and Humboldt. She was presently teaching at the Taft school, Humboldt. Mrs. Hinton was a member of the United Presbyterian church at Clarion, a member of Eastern Star and White Shrine. She was Worthy High Priestess in 1952 and also was a member of Rebecca Lodge. Survivors are her husband, two sons aad two daughters, James, Algona, Richard, Clarion, Thelia Bonel, Des Moines, and Doris Sharp, Ankeny; 11 granchildren, two sisters and one brother. Her parents preceded her in death. Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham of Alrana will hold open house ai ttieir home Sunday, April 24, from 2 until 5 p. m. in observance of tbeir 25th wedding anniversary. Their children will sponsor the occasion. TIRE SALE totfc* BEHR'S STANDARD m E. STATE Foxhoven Is Algona JayCee Of The Year Les Foxhoven, who is newly elected treasurer and very active In the Algona JayCees, was presented with the JayCee Of The Year award during the club's annual Award Night Dinner and Installation of officers at the Johnson House here Wednesday night. Featured speaker at the event was Mayor Bill Finn, who talked on planning- and zoning problems cities face. Frank King, JayCee president, served as emcee and presided at the meeting that followed. Press awards were presented to representatves of the Algona Upper Des Molnes, Advance and KLGA. Spark Plug awards went to Jim Buscher, Dick Rlngsdorf, Garry Davis and Foxhoven; a Key Man award to Chuck McCabe; Speak Up awards to Buscher and Foxhoven: Besides King, officers include DavlB, 1st vice president; McCabe, 2nd rice president; Walt Turchlfl, secretary; and FOJC- hoven. A pboto of the new officers appeared April 5 In this newspaper. Show Slides Paul Ferguson, representative of the Federal Wild Uf e commission, will show slides of Union Sough at the April 20 meeting of the iz Walton League here at 8 p. Thank You CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank friends and relatives for the flowers, memorials, cards, food and help during our bereavement. Also a special thanks to Rev. Carroll Swenson for his services. The Family of Dora Johnson. 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