The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
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450 Area Seniors To Hear Murder Trial law Day' At Garrigan Is Set For Friday About 450 high school seniors from; 10 &fea high schools will be gtiests of the Kossuth County Bar Association at the annual "Law Day" trial to take place at Garrigan high in Algona, Friday, April 30. Because of the large number of students, the trial was moved to the Garrigan auditorium, and will be presented on one day instead of the two days used in the past in the Kossuth courthouse. Stodents will witness the "Texas Murder Trial." The complete trial from start to finish will follow the pattern of regular Idgdl procedure. District Judge G. W. Stillman will preside^ and Dean Parrott ;will be court reporter. It would be impossible to make that any move 'true, to life. Alma Pearson, clerk of court, will function as such, Ralph Lind- borst will not need much acting experience to be the sheriff, Dr. R. F. Snyder of Swea City is the medical examiner, and Byron Richardson, bailiff. Prosecuting attorneys will be J. J. Straub and Eldon Winkel. Attorneys for the defense will be J. H. Andreason and Vern McClure. Schools participating are the Algona Community, Burt high, Garrigan, Latota, Ledyard, Lu- Vertie, St. "John's of Bancroft, Sentral, Swea City and Titonka. The Law Day committee of the Bar Association consists of Leo Cassel, J. E. Lynch Jr. and Gordon Winkel, in conjunction with A. L. Quintard, county superintendent. Witnesses to be summoned include Sheriff Lindhorst, Dr.Sny- ' der, Mrs* Jackie Muller as Mrs. Nancy Abbott; Larry Hudson as Martin Green, and Mrs. Mary Ilia Kisch as Mrs. White. The $ase is .built on an actual, murder : trial. ' The program starts at 9:15 f . m., recesses for lunch, and hould reach a verdict by about p. m. <: 4 * "" Progress Club At Portland Holds Meeting PORTLAND - Portland Progress ,Club met April 22 in the home of June Sparks, with Mary Rasmussen assistant hostess. Mrs. Eugene Meyer was a guest. Viola Becker brought the lesson on plants. There was also aplant see,d, and bulb exchange. Mrs. Randall Clark, south Kossuth Canc_e.r chairman, showed a cancer film. The Club agreed to give two dollars to the Cancer Fund, as has been done each year, Hilma Carlson was in charge of fun time. June Sparks won a prize. Mary Rasmussen and Sarah Stewart each received a birthday gift from their secret sister. The next meeting will be held May 20, Ella Lampe and Margaret Arndorfer hostesses. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark of Britt took Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch to Mason City Tuesday where Ray consulted an eye specialist. From there they went to Dows where they saw Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hartzell.Mrs.Hartzell is a sister of Mr. Clark and Mrs. Fitch. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rasmussen and Kayla, Scott and Ricky returned home Tuesday after spending four days at the parental A. L. Rasmussen home. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Fairbanks, Marie Grover of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rasmussen and children of Chesterton, Indiana were Easter guests in the A, L. Rasmussen home. Mr. and Mrs, Rudy Willrett, Wendell and Duane were dinner guests in the George Koestler home Easter. Vickie Koestler attended the Walther League Rally Sunday at Whittemore. There was an election of officers. Vickie was elected vice president of the Algona zone. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms, Mary and Norma and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wiener of Burt went to Pocahontas Sunday where they ' visited Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Koestler and Karla were Sunday evening supper guests in the George Koestler home. '' A good example is worth twice the value of good advice." AHS Classes Elect Thursday, April 29, 1965 Algona, (la.) Upper Des Mo!ne«—9 Next year's senior, junior, sophomore and freshmen classes at'vAlgohi 1 high school elected officers. Wednesday, April 21. Senior officers, shown above, are, seated, Linn Taylor, left, secretary, and Cheryl Rusk, right, treasurer; and standing, Dave Martin, left, president, and Dale Teeter, right, vice president. Student council representatives will be Barb Medin, Jane Raney and Phil Taylor. The juniors named Barb Knudsen, left, and Connie Darbyshire, right (seated), president and secretary, respectively; and standing, Paul McBride, left, treas- urer, and Tom Claude, right, vice president; while Bill Boldridge, Kathy Morz and Roger Johnson were named to the student council. Sophomore officers will be, seated, Greg Perkins, left, vice president, Marne Parrott, right, secretary; and standing, Steve Claude, left, treasurer, and Rich Black, right, president; with Dale Pedersen, Phyllis Moulton and Jeff Allen to serve on student council. Freshmen bfficers will be, seated, Kathy Skow, left, treasurer, Cathy Buchanan, right, secretary and standing, Karla Sjogren, left, vice president, and Tim Black, right, president; with Pat Fraser, Susan Dodds and Dean Lowman named to the student council. (UDM Polaroid Photos) AROUND ALGONA HIIIIII MRS. W. J. Bourne, who has spent the winter months in Cleveland with her daughter Mrs. R. R. (Julia) Cutler, will return Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Bourne expect to meet her in Mason City to bring her to Algona. Mrs. Alice Schultz will again be her companion, MR. AND MRS. H. W. Pletch spent the Easter weekend with their son, Mr. and Mrs. William Pletch, Waterloo, returning Monday. MR. AND MRS. Leonard Funk recenu'' spent two weeks in Algona and left for their home in Milwaukee Easter. They visited their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Funk and Mr. and Mrs. William Navoichick. On April 11, they celebrated their first wedding anniversary. Guest of the Navoichicks for wedding cake and coffee were Mr. and Mrs. Funk. Leonard and Pat were one of the last cars to cross the Mississippi River at Marquette-Prairie DuChien on their return trip. Mike Navoi- chick also visited his parents and left April 11 for army duty. He is temporarily stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. MR. AND MRS. Miles Sloniker spent Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines, where they attended a council of governors of Lions' Clubs. Mr. Sloniker spoke Monday at a meeting of Lions at Buffalo Center. THE KOSSUTH County Republican Women will hold a one o'clock luncheon at the Algona Country Club on May 4. Featured speaker will be Mrs. George Paul of Brooklyn, state president of the Iowa Council of Republican Women. BY RUTH SHIERK THE- ANNUAL Mother-Daughter Banquet of the Presbyterian church was held last evening. Devotions were presented by Mrs. Joe Pomplun and Marjo. Mrs. Walter Morz and Kathy gave a reading, Featured speaker of the evening was Mrs. A. J. Eason, who illustrated her talk with dolls. Theme , of the banquet was "Raggedy Ann", with Mrs. A. F. Agena in charge of decorations. Mrs. Dorothy Colwell and Mrs.Dorothy Hardgrove were in charge of the program. The men had charge of the dinner and serving it. REPRESENTING the League of Women Voters at the meeting last week with Rep. Stanley Greigg, were Mrs. William J. Finn, Mrs. James Andreasen, Mrs. Wilbur Courtney and Mrs. Navoichick. MR. AND MRS. Harold Gilmore returned a week ago Friday after spending over three months in Florida at Lake Worth and St. Petersburg. A MAY breakfast will be held at the Presbyterian church next Thursday at 9 a.m. A skit will be presented by Circle B. Mrs. Fred Geigel will have charge of music. Circle A, with Mrs. Lloyd Gerber, will have charge of the breakfast. MR. AND MRS. Kenneth Seely, accompanied by Mrs. C. C. Shierk, spent Sunday at Maryville, where they visited res- respective daughters, Kendra and Delthea, students at Northwest Missouri State College. They were guests in the afternoon of the Phi Mu sorority, of which the girls are pledges. MR. AND MRS. Charles Fox attended the Upper Midwest Barber Show at Hopkins House Motor Hotel, Minneapolis, Sunday. They also visited their son, Kenneth, at St. Paul. MRS. MICHAEL Gagen and son, Michael of Cheyenne, Wyo. returned to their home after visiting the past week in the home of her parents, T. James Palmer. She returned with the Palmers who visited in their home at Cheyenne over Easter. MARCH SCORES for Round Robin bridge play, sponsored by the St. Ann Auxiliary include in first place with 21,010, Mrs. Don Ferris and Mrs. Craig Smith; second, with 20,710, Mrs. Roland Ostwald and Mrs. Ed Adams; third, with 19,110, Mrs. Halbert Long and Mrs. Larry Knoll; fourth, with 17,650, Mrs. Lewis Ferguson and Mrs. John Altman; and fifth, with 16,090, Mrs. Burton Harmes and Mrs. Mel Bay. BEL CANTO MUSIC club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Rex Taylor. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Jerry Cowan and Mis. Howard Wohlers. The program on "The World of Jazz" was presented by Mrs. Richard Thoreson and Mrs. Floyd Holt. MARY ANN Sigsbee returned last Tuesday after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee, Sarasota, Fla. MR. AND MRS. Joseph Skow of Wesley attended a board meeting and the Iowa Mariners spring cruise, which was held Sat. and Sup, in- the Collegiate Presbyterian church, Amss. THE CUB SCOUT Kite Derby, rescheduled because of the weather, will be held at the Bertha Godfrey School Saturday, witli prizes in various categories. Chairman is Rev. Frank Harcey of the Kiwanis Boys and Girls Activities committee, which is sponsoring the event. (THE CONGREGATIONAL Mother and Daughter banquet will be held May 4 at 6:30 p.m. The dinner will be served by the men. General chairman is Mrs. Melvin G. Bourne. Featured on the program will be Corrine Shimel. MR. AND MRS. Ed Gilmore accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Miles Sloniker to St. Ansgar last Wednesday to attend a banquet and zone meeting of the Lions' clubs. RECENT GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Funk were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Funk of Milwaukee. Their son, Howard, also of Milwaukee, visited them for the weekend of Easter. THE KIWANIS Club is also sponsoring a display of bird houses, which have been designed and made by the Cub Scouts. The deadline for boys to turn in their houses is Saturday. The displays will be in several local store windows in the near future. his home were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Short of Spencer, Mrs. Lorene Long of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lanre, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooper and Pat and Mrs. Clara Spurlock of Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brat- laud am! family of Humboldt and Mrs. Essie Cooper. LeRoy Jacobson of Wesley and Mrs. Gail Stoddard and family of Titonka were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Kate Jacobson. Mrs. Jacobson returned home with Mrs. Stoddard to visit until Tuesday. Michael Jacobson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Jacobson, celebrated his fifth birthday Wednesday. Afternoon party guests were Becky, Debbie and Kristi Waltman, Harlan Thompson, Nancy Telford, Paul Jacobson, Mary Lynn Wehrspann, Tami and Lori Worby, Candy Holland and Andy Hampe. James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud, left Thursday on the Ft. Dodge District M.Y.F. United Nations Seminary trip to Washington D. C. and New York City. The group will visit historical sites and the Worlds Fair and return May 1. I OTTOSEN ( 1 By Mrs. Donald Usher § Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt have named their twin sons Bruce Thomas and Brian Daniel. They were born April 21 at St. Ana hospital. This makes a iamily of seven for the Schmidts, lour boys and three girls. Mrs. Schmidt returned home from the iiospital Saturday, but the twins •Aill remain there lor awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson returned home Sunday irum a 2 1/2 week vacation. They drove to Des Moines, then fle'-.\ to Denver, Colo, where Mr. Jacobson's brother, the Irvin Jacobsnns live in the suburb ol Arvuda. The two families spent u wot.'k in Phoenix and Tucson, Ariz, ami drove through New Mexico and Colorado. They camafc to Des Moines Friday via jet and spent the weekend with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nick De Francisco, before arriving home Sunday. Several women who have spent the winter with their children have now returned to their homes. Mrs. Selma Nelson spent two months with the Howard Himrods at Humboldt. Mrs. Kate Shursen spent the winter with the Wayne T rues- dells at Iowa City and with a granddaughter. Mrs. Rena Enockson stayed with the Virgil Enocksons at West Bend and during Easter she visited at the LeRoy Kleppe home at Eagle Grove. Mrs. Ralph Richards, Cancer drive chairman for Ottosen, reports that $13.50 was received. Her helpers were Margaret Holt, Mrs. Mina Wehrspann and Mrs. Robert J. Le Mont. Mrs. I. E. Movick, who had been a medical patient at Lutheran hospital, returned home Tuesday. Lenhard Holden, who had been a medical patient at Lutheran hospital for two weeks returned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson went to Iowa City Sunday. Mr. Olson had a medical appointment Monday . Mr. and Mrs, L. W. Whitaker of Omaha visited the Oliver Kin- seths from Thursday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kinseth and daughters of Emmetsburg were Sunday dinner guests. James Fowler went to Des Moines for a two week training period on selling insurance. Mrs. Fowler and Lyndon will spend much of the time at the Kermit Fowler home. Davi 1 Evenson of Kansas City, Mo. cams Saturday to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Evenson. Earl Long celebrated a birthday Sunday. Dinner guests at Smug? Maybe he has a right to be! You could frrl smug, too, if you know what he knows about brantifying the interior walls of your homo. He's just painted his rooms with now one-coat DA-TEX, a vinyl latox wall paint un- liko any you have ever usod. Dovolopod by Davis Paint Company and advertised in LIFE magazine, new DA-TEX is better because it's Densi-tized. Its heavier body makes it cling to your brush or roller. There's less drip. Loss spatter. If you touch up later there are no telltale traces. Try new DA-TEX. There's a wide choice of decorator colors at Sailer's Davis Paint Store, Algona, Iowa. 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