The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 23, 1948
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M6f ite* . f u .1 948 ee Fined Oh Q.M,V.I. Charges ._ T _ fines for operating mo' iSt vehicles while intoxicated WeW'paicf iH^-ih Kossuth district COUrt Monday. . The sta,t6 brought cases against tnem afte? coifiplaints had been filed by sfate patrolmen in two 6ases aftd city police in («he other. Margin' O. Robb, Elmore, Mihh., Leon p'Rourkc of . Kan' aWha, !and Richard Arends of Radcliffe were the men fined by t/udge ;O. W. Stillman, $300 each iftnd'costs. Their driver's licens- ,es ! Were also suspended for 60 days. In justice court cases here over the weekend, a v variety of matters werevhandled. Justice J. B. Johnston had the followinE,' casosl Francis E. Richter, Wesley, charged with speeding in a restricted zone, $5 nnd costs. Forrest Ives, Algona, failing to Stop at an arterial, $2.50 and cpsts. Vincent Seller, Algona, speeding in restricted zone, $2.50 and costs. Wayne Ollum, Burl, charged with drunkenness, $25 and costs. Albert H. Oxley, Emmetsburg, was fined on two charges. He paid $4 and rosts for exceeding the speed limit, and another $4 for failing to stop for an arterial. Before Mayor Frank Kohl- hn r 's. two rnscs were docketed. Carl v Dahl, charged with drunkenness, was given a suspended sentence of ten days, and Don French of Algona, charged with illegal- use of a spotlight, was fined 32 and costs. In Rifle Contest Earl Zeigler, Hollis Benschoter and Harvey Larsen left for Des Moines, Saturday morning, to compete .in the two-day midwinter Indoor Rifle tournament at the Cavalry armory. They are members of the Kossuth Rifle and pistol club. Dr, and' Mrts. A: Wf Amtthsdh attended a district meeting,of optometrists at the Hotel Cei-ro (3t>rdo at Mason City last Thursday' evening. There was a banquet and^ program. Hopsital "Letter Of In tent" Filed Algona's "letter of intent*' to the state department of health, with regard to application for an allocation of federal funds for : assistance in construction.of a new: hospital here, was received .and the local project is still rated in fifth place in necessity for the state. Forty communities reported to the department, indicating plans to build a new hospital were underway. Iowa will receive a total of $6,707,250 in th'e next four years to aid in. hospital construction. The federal grant is on the basis of $1 in federal money for $2 each of locally, raised money. The 13 communities in the first priority division which filed notices of 'intent are: Blooinfield, Keosauqua, Greenfield, Winterset, Algona, Manchester, Waukon, Maquoketa,-Grundy Center, Fairfield, Harlan, Sac City and Storm Lake, standing in the order listed. School Board Met At a meeting of the Algona school board, last Monday, newly elected members, Mrs. Veda Murtagh, Perry Collins and D. S. Hutchinson were sworn in. At reorganization of the board Judge G. W. Stillman was re-elected president, Mrs. Leora'St. John is secretary. •. \ Out For Supervisor G. V. Kelling of Lakpta is a Candidate for supervisor- from the fifth district on the republican ticket, according to an announcement made by friends, Monday. Leo Dai ley Pays . and Mrs. Leo. d. Sioux City, were last Thursday afternoon- and over night -guests ofLthe.CHft Bowmans, who ttoton own the former Jimmie Nevillel Yankee Rldg<* farm just west of the Nos. 18-169,- intersection,They also called at Leo's brother, Tdm Dailey's. Mrs. Bowman and Leo's wife are sisters. Leo was reared in Algona and for some years was foreman of the Upper Des Moines. He moved to Spencer, and for some years th^rc was Chamber of Commerce secretary. Then fof 6ther years he was. Chamber of Commerce secretary at Sioux City. ' ' At present • Leo is affiliated with the Northwestern , Life of, Milwaukee agency at Sioux City. He called here on Wm. C. Zimmerman, the company's district agent, Close Battle In Women Pin Loop Only three bowlers in the women's league on the Barry al-, leys topped the 150-game mark. They were Mary Frances Carney with game of 172 and Valeria Butts with 182 and 157, and Dorisi Colberg with a 170. game, Druggists' Mutual leads Modernistic by a half game. League: Handings: Team W. Druggist Mutual _'_ 40 Modernistic _.39 Newspapers 33 Modern Cleaners 32 Assessors' School . Members of the board of supervisors, county auditor-assessor Immerfell, deputy county assessor BCL 'enlehner, and members o£ the new ( county assessments review board—H. A. French, Titonr ka: John Waldron, Whittemore; I. E. Wortman, Lakota; A. A» Schipull, LuVerne; and H. J. Braley, Wesley—are at Mason City today (Tuesday), attending a district assessors' school of in- NEW FARM MACHINERY ; All Kinds Pomps for Building Your Own Weed Sprayer New Idea Wagon Hoist Oliver Roller-Bearing Wagon ; Gehl Field Forage Harvester with Blower ! One New Flexible Harrow One New Lever Harrow '• One Wide Front End Attachment for WC De Laval Milker De Laval Separator Elevator Speed Jack * "Glipper" Fanning Mill ;One Fertilizer Attachment (will fit any horse planter) USED FARM MACHINERY New Method Mechanical Manure Loader Roderick-Lean 15-ft. Disc (All Rebuilt) IHClO-Ft. Tandem Disc Harrows and Drawbars * ^ * 2*Row IHC Planter with Fertilizer Attachment V Blackhawk Planter for Tractor One Rebuilt WC Motor OLIVER, Badly Hurt In Train Collision Fenton—Everett Anvickj y*oUhg army veteran and resident of-the Fenton locality, was in critical condition', at Fairmont',0pinrriun,- ity hospital, badly •mangleu'af lei* his car smashed broadside into a coal car of Chicago & Northwest-, ern train No.' .22!ra);'the' crossing on Highway 15 'in' Fairtnbnt's northeast city limits at 2:35 a.,m, Monday, of last'.week. .,' ' The young man is given a goo'd- chanctf for survival, however,, by his attending physician,'"',who stated Anvick's, condition "seems good ,,qutside ,of a fast pulse". Df< Krause reported AnVick's right elbow is smashed and it is doubtful a satisfactory repair can be made. He also has a deep \five- inch gash over his right eye and temple area, an« lost considerable; blood. Anvick also cbra- plains of pains in his chest, indicating possible internal injuries, Anvick,was taken to Rochester, Monday^ and is report-. pd.-BS recovering satisfactorily*. His- chief • injurie^ are now believed to .be in his chest area. " No estimate of the speed aU which he crashed the train has, been given. ^ What was once-'a 1940 Buick sedan car, Anvick was driving south - on Highway 15, now is nothing more, than a crumpled, ball of s^crap mefal. The car is completely demolished, < ^ Fairmont police, ^-vtfho investi*, gated ihe. accident, reported) An> vick who remained 'conscious,stated the automatic warning signal at the crossing was not working. , There appeared to «be no way, of determining wnether or not the signal Hvas wci-klng today for the car, after it crashed into. the" train, 1 either slid or was dragged against the signal in- the northwest corner of the crossing and completely destroyed it, 'Agent' Paul Wittle of the Chicago ahcl Northwestern depot reported^ > '"ji Anvick told the police he was? about to cross the railroad tracks- when he 'first saw the train. He.-, then tried to turn his car to the east, but because or tne ic«* "on the paving was unable-to turn'oi stop and smashed broadside into the coal car. Police found large -gouges in the pavement a distance of lf( feet and 9 inches'in a west ano north pattern. The,-left -front*' wheel of the car, ripped off was lying in the track bed about 50 feet west of the point of "impact.; The car was hurled into the ditch? on the' north' side of the track* about 50' feet,-from .the, highwayi| The train|was not ; :b|dly ; :'dam-\ aged; and was allowed to ^continue, on ijjs route west, Arii tstimote-'Of. the damage to the train was^. to be-made 'in'an inspection at Sanborn.. . , - .--...., ...... Fred Easiman, 64,^ Of Bode, Passes Bode—Fred Eastman, 64, prominent Bode businessman, died; early Friday morning at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Where he had. been a medical and surgical patient since March 5. Mr. Eastman suffered a stroke recently. Funeral services were held at St. Olaf Lutheran church here, and burial was in the Bode cemetery. He wa^ the founder of the present Eastman photography and film developing business here more than 30 years ago. Survivors include hisWife, Anna, two sons, Loren, who is associated with his father's business and Lyltf, who owns and operates a^theater in Fayette.county. Also two sisters survive. Commercial Club, West Bend, Elects West Bend—Election of officers of the West Bend Commercial Club was held at the annual meeting of, the organization, recently. * R. W. Jurgens was named as president, and A. E. Peril was reelected secretary. Directors are Carl Vohs, Al Montag, Alvin Rolfson, Ray Wilson, Ralph Simmons, Roy For- •sythe, J. A. Olson, Dave Zaugg, Harold Baas and Elmer Cole. Sale of Bulls Beloit, Wis. — 'Bud' Nelson, Lone Rock, la., has been making some Brown Swiss bull sales of late, afccording to records of the national Brown Swiss,- Cattle Breeders association here. He has sold bulls to L,. J. Philp, Traer, la., Ferroll Harrison, Kingsley, la., and Albert L. Willis, Dows, la. Good Friday Hours Algona stores, banks gmToffic- es will be closed from 12 o'clock noon until 3 p. m; on Good Friday, "March 26. This announce- jment was made Monday by the !Chamber, of Commerce retail closing committee. Griffin Honored ' Mel B. Griffin of Algona was named as a. new du'ector of the Icjwa Retail Lumbermen's association at the annual convention last week. He is manager of the {taesly Lumber Co., here, locate ypijjf house PR Jhe lot or determine it's floor elevations in relation to finished grade levels without the presence of your architect or his agent. tfossuih March )6-O«rS. «Ji Algona, gif)K?M i March 16—Pdwa fmeroft, medicaL -' ,, .Match i 1 ? — Kefirfetti Algona'. medlfcal; Arieh-er ro-admitted, mediaal? «.Vifglnlft> Hpidersdheidt, Algofia,. sllffeer,f. March 18 — Mrs, ,Ma«y Laiftg,, \1aona.-medical. 1 , March 19 — Mrs.. LeWis Real 1 ) ly ( - Lone Rock, girl 7 Ibs,- H ot. March 22 — Mrs; . Clifford olding, Burt, surgqryi John BOekelman, TitonkSi medical, v r4bKV»'>«^ljr!0IIBWIll tf - > JfchfwSRt teVfdtf # ij&ftofr is ' *6 na>e S w,ail<3 paper picki. A 2*P 1 »t«i'^»Sii-*» HJtjC;£*1L ftd ' ., .. .. . YOUR OLD TIRES SiSvertowns Our big allowance brings tne.nefa cost of. new tires way down. You get a "Top Dollar Tfade-Iri" for your old tires when you put new-B.'F.Goodrich ,' Silvertowns on your cdr. et Or- old rtiaiagines are asked 16 ilfidle\theiH'dftj tie'thetn SStfUfa-, f aftd-haVe the'm.on.thetf frofil; 66rfitep' not late- than 1M. trt, Layl6ft BbhM ftttd Billy Stbeber'- iathef Up the wlste papei*. was , Saturday from', iM 'U' jiospltals atjIowa.City. She, is to go back in, 'three "rriofiths for another l.'.O DOWN.- l.Zb'A WEEK PUTS A.-NEW 6.00-16 TIHE ON YOUR CAB OK RUBBER WELDERS Phone 308 118 N. Thoeington*. 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