The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1965 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 4, 1965
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8— Al.-jeno (la ) Upper Moine* Tup?dnv; Mov -V 1965 Law Day Observed Here 100 high school students from Kossuth schools flay-long mock murder trial as an observance of Law nay at Garrigan high school her? Friday. Dnfemlant Steve McCall, Garrigan basketball coach (who took HIP part of John Charles Smith, accused of bludgeoning, then slitting UIP throat of his wife), ^as found not guilty by a jury of students at the close of the trial. Top and bottom photos above arc shots of groups of students in the- crowd, while the center photo shows several of the participants in the trial. Alma Pearson, county clerk, Is shown at the left, then facing the camera are, left to right, Mr. McCall, Vern McClure and Jim Andreasen, local attorneys, representing the defendant, while on the near side of the table, backs to the camera, are Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, left, and Joe Straub, attorney, flanked in the center of the picture by Eldon Winkel, attorney. Straub and Winkel represented the state. At the right is Judge G. \v. Stillman, while under the flag is Dean Parrott, court repnrtc-i. The head and shoulders in the foreground belong to B. P. Richardson, bailiff, while the unidentified boy at the left of Parrott is a juror, L. E. Linnan, local attorney, introduced members of the County Bar Assn., court officials and county officers present, then Don Hutchison, attorney, made remarks pertaining to Law Day and Judge Stillman then gave a short talk on laws before the trial opened. The Law Day committee consisted of Leo Cassel, Joe Lynch and County Attorney Gordon Winkel, all local lawyers. (UDM Polaroid Photos) in the front of the vehicle. Earlier In the day Friday, a minor blaze in a truck was extinguished a half-mile east of the Schultz Bros, garage on the old Irvfng- ton road. Second Set Twins BANCROFT - Mr. and Mrs. Charles McNertney of Bancroft Friday became parents of their second set of twins, Twin girls arrived at St. Ann's Hospital at AIgona weighing 5 pounds, 4 ounces and 6 pounds, 2 ounces. The earlier set of twins are boys, Wishing For A ~~ Buyer Won't Make That Sale! Farm Hand Has Parole Revoked An Algona farm hand had his parole revoked and was sentenced to the men's reformatory at Anamosa for one year last Tuesday in Webster County District Court before Judge Ed. J. Kelley of Ames at Fort Dodge. Sent to the reformatory was Merle Edward Kirby, RFD 1, Algona, who was picked up last week with a stolen car. He had been on parole for the same offense. 25 LuVerne Seniors Give Chicago Trip Impressions Thursday evening, April 22, 25 LuVerne Community Seniors and their chaperons, Supt. and Mrs. L. B. Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dudley left by chartered bus for Chicago. While they were In Chicago, they stayed at the Conrad Hilton Hotel. They returned Sunday evening. Impressions by some of the class members and points visited are as follows: The Museum of Science and Industry, the Natural History Museum, Lincoln Park Zoo, The Prudential Building, China Town, O'Hara Airport and Market Street. Mario Stampka: Never before have 1 seen such a fast moving city - the few minutes we spent in China Town I enjoyed the most. It was just as if we were in China. Lowell Harmon: . . .the Prudential Building. You can see for miles and miles and all you see Is just Chicago - a city of tremendous size. Don Meyer: . . .Science and Industry Building - everything from how to make can openers to missiles. David Naff ziger: The food was bad and It cost too much, but I enjoyed myself anyway. Daryl Jagels: I certainly developed sore feet walking around. Kris Hanselman: I really enjoyed the tour of the Conrad Hilton hotel. As our guide said, "It's just like a little town." Darlene Goetsch: Chicago is fabulous at night. It was hard to believe that people had to have bars across the front of stores in some areas. Clara Schnakenberg: Museum of Science and Industry ... I could have stayed In that one building several days. Chicago city of culture and a trade center of the world. Nancy Brink: Someday 1 hope I can go back and spend more time looking over the buildings we visited. John Wickett: I think you could spend years in Chicago and never run out of things to see and do ... you can't begin to see Chicago In two days. Ronnie Trauger: I enjoyed the entire trip and no one tiling was the exceptional highlight. Eddie Steil: It certainly is nice to visit there, but I wouldn't care to live in Chicago. Ronnie Hanson: Market Street was most impressive - an absolute mess. Eddie Bristow; I would like to go shopping there. Linda Nelson: People - that's what impressed me the most. All sizes, shapes and colors, and all in a hurry to get somewhere. I wonder what it would be like to change places with one of them for a day. Suzanne Dudley; Everything was enjoyable but the airport fascinated me. As I stood there watching the activity and people, I wondered where they had come from, where they were going and why. Esther Hinz; I enjoyed the trip, most of all the Science Industry, I wish we could of spent more time there, and thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Dudley and Mr. and Mrs. Shelton who made out trip Interesting. Hill Wolf: I thought it was a very interesting ami enjoyable trip. I especially enjoyed the Museum of Science and Industry. I also enjoyed shopping in Chicago and riding the escalators. 1 never thought Chicago was so big. Suzle Blake: I think that the senior trip to Chicago was a wonderful experience for all of us. I enjoyed the tour of places of interest. You learn about life in the cities. It was a great trip but I was glad to get home to the peace and quiet of LuVerne. Pat Erpelding: Since I've never been to Chicago before, this trip was an exciting and new adventure. I enjoyed every minute of it. I only wish we would have had more time to spend there. Severely Injured In Locker Plant Norbert Knecht, manager of the West Bend locker plant, was severely injured last week while skinning a beef at the plant. The knife slipped and entered his leg just above the ankle, severing an artery and a nerve. He was rushed to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he underwent immediate surgery, and his condition was reported as satisfactory Saturday. Minor Fire Unestimated damage resulted to a car owned by Loren Hahle, Algona, when it caught fire at 7:23 p.m. Friday, Algona firemen rushed to the Ferstl farm two miles east of Algona and extinguished the flames, which damaged wiring and floorboards BOMGAARS GARDEN CENTER NOW FULL SWING fta AR 1000 BOXES BEDDING FLOWERS & VEGETABLES Rose Bushes-Evergreen Trees Fruit & Shade Trees HUNDREDS OF OTHER GARDENING NEEDS STOP IN AND SEE OUR LARGE SELECTION * USE OUR NEW REAR ENTRANCE * ^ifgjfr -* «fliv wnw ^pv «••» q"9V mmar ^ Franklini WITH A LOVING GIFT! I ..AND REMEMBER THE PLACE TO GO FOR THOSE LOVING GIFTS IS RUSKS. WE HAVE LITERALLY HUNDREDS OF DIAMOND PENDANTS, WATCHES SET IN DIAMONDS, STAR SAPPHIRES WHAT COULD BE FINER MOTHER TH WYLER WRIST DIAMONDS I ATTENTION GRADUATION GIFT BUYERS! SSAVE $10.00 ON ANY WRIST WATCH PURCHASED. USE COUPON BELOW. THIS COUPON WORTH »10.00 On Purchase Of Any Graduation Gift Wrist Watch Or Diamond Pendant at RUSKS. 4\ Gerald, Bob, Sherri & Vi Bomgciars l Rusk Drug & Jewelry IWtWWWiWlWwBKI^^Kll^il

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