The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1965 · Page 1
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The "FIRST-OF-THE-WEEK" Tabloid . . . Clear Pictures - Mora News - Biggest Circulation ®pper Be* Jltoincs Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at Algona. Iowa (60511), Nov. 1. 1832. under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1965 12 Tabloid Pages VOL. 100 - NO. 82 1-35 Battle Is Continued No final decision. That's the word 32 legislators, civic leaders, farmers and businessmen from northern Iowa received from the Iowa Highway Commission during another session on the proposed 1-35 routing at Ames Wednesday, Oct. 27. So, the problem of locating the route of the super highway . remains unanswered. In September, the Highway Commission announced the proposed route would run between Clear Lake and Mason City after earlier speculation had placed the sometime-to-be highway parallel with highway 69 near Garner. The September decision has not been approved by the U. S. Bureau of Public Roads - although the agency reportedly favors it over all others offered. The Bureau had rejected an earlier proposal to build the highway practically straight north from Des Moines east of Garner. State Senator Don Murray of Bancroft was one of five legislators present at the hearing. He stated there could possibly be "political repercussions", referring to the Democratic party's stature in his district, Kossuth and Humboldt counties, if the Mason City-Clear Lake Interstate 35 route is approved. He also pointed out that politics was not his main concern in attending the hearing, saying, "I represent the economic interests as well as the people of this area. I am in the grain business and any change in the route would increase the cost of grain shipments to Duluth and Superior, Minn. Murray was a member of the delegation in favor of the near- highway 69 routing of the Interstate. An Emmetsburg pharmacist, Charles Hughes, pointed out there are 292,311 persons living in Iowa west of the proposed Mason City-Clear Lake, while 262,957 live east of the route. Among other items pointed out during the session was the added expense for cloverleafs, etc. if the Mason City-Clear Lake route is chosen; people in the Dows. and Latimer areas disapprove the proposed diagonal of 1-35 in their area; and that none of the proposed routes, so far, has been given any preference in planning over any other, One delegate at the meeting referred to a campaign by Mason City and Clear Lake interests, who would like to have the Inter" state take that route, because "they would be happy to have people from Des Moines routed directly to them by 1-35." There has been no indication when a final decision on the route will be forthcoming, Several from this area, besides Senator Murray, attended the Ames meeting Wednesday. Four Suffer Injuries In Area Mishaps Larry Hudson investigated a one-car accident which occurred at 7:30 p. m. Saturday when Thomas J. Armstrong, 20, Des Moines, missed a curve near Call State Park. He suffered a shoulder injury, and there was an approximate $150 damages to his 1953 Oldsmobile. Armstrong was charged with failure to have control of his vehicle. Garrigan football coach, Bernard Cooper and four of his children escaped serious injury Saturday when he came upon a tractor on the LuVerne blacktop 7 miles east and 1/8 south of Algona at 5:45 p. m. Driving the tractor was Steven Eischen who was going north. Cooper struck the tractor from the rear and went into the west ditch and rolled over. There was an estimated $500 in damages to the Cooper 1962 Buick station wagon. In the car with Cooper were Gary, 12; Tim, 9; Mary Jo, 6; and Linda, 4. Mary Jo suffered superficial cuts on the cheek. Eischen was charged by Charles Bird, who investigated, with having no lights on the tractor, which had minor damages. Patrolman Bird investigated a one-car accident Saturday at 11:20 p. m. 1/2 mile north of Burt on old highway 169. Taken to St. Ann hospital with cuts to the head and hand and remaining for observation was Michael G. Sheridan, 19, Algona. Driving north in a 1960 Corvair, Sheridan missed a curve and the car went into the ditch and came to rest against a pole. Damages were estimated at about $400. No charges were filed. Donald N. Bormann, 41, Lu- Verne, was slightly injured when his car went out of control and struck a fence and power pole in front of the Barney Frankl Morea plant 3 3/4 miles south of Algona on highway 169 about 1:50 p. m, Friday. Bormann was taken to an Algona doctor for treatment of head and back injuries, His car had extensive damage. He ran off the roadway on the east side. Deputy sheriff Don Wood investigated. Webster City Attorney To Speak Nov. 11 Stu Lund, well-known Webster City attorney, will be the featured speaker at the annual Veteran's Day observance here Thursday, Nov. U. The Chamber of Commerce announced during the weekend that most Algona business places will be closed from 10 to 11 a. m. for a program on the courthouse lawn, Car Damaged By Fire J. P. Sfuder, Wesley Co-Op Mgr., Retires WESLEY - The 35th annual meeting of the K & H Cooperative Oil Co. was held in the Titonka high school gym Tuesday evening, Oct. 26, with a capacity crowd in attendance. Secretary J. P. Studer gave a report of the past year's business which showed gains in sales. A cash dividend of over $200,000 will be distributed. Manager Edward L. Johnson explained the operating, and the financial statement and gave a report on the first year's propane operation. Carl Callies of Titonka and Clifford Carlson of Wesley were re-elected directors for three- year terms. Announcement was made that J. P. Studer was retiring after 35 years as manager of the company and that assistant manager Edward L. Johnson had assumed managership. A tribute of appreciation for Mr. Studer's many years of service to the company was given by Clifford Carlson and a gift was presented to him by Leo Arndorfer, president. Short talks were given by William Demra., fieldman for the Cooperative Service Company, Russell Settlemeyer, with Apro Oil Corporation of Des Moines, and A, M. Anderson, manager of Cooperative Service Company, Waterloo. A vaudeville act by Jimmie James of Mario Productions was enjoyed by all, Door prizes were awarded The front seat of an auto owned by A. J. Eischeid, Algona farmer, was completely destroyed by fire here at 1:30 p. m. Thursday. Algona firemen extinguished the blaze - and are shown above watering down the burning embers. The car was parked in front of Jack's OK tire service on East State street when the fire occurred. There was no estimate of damage to the vehicle. The blaze was confined to the front seat area of the vehicle. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Frankl Feed Lots Sold To Iowa Beef Packers Anderson Rites Are Held Here Funeral services for Mrs. Arthur M. (Marjorey) Anderson, 66, Algona, were held Friday at 2 p. m. in McCullough's Funeral Chapel, with Rev. N. M. Coughenour of the Methodist church officiating. Burial followed at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens here. Pallbearers were Jens Soren- seh, Arthur Obrecht, John Love, John and Sam Haag and Dwayne Klein. Mrs. Anderson died Tuesday evening, Oct. 26, at St. Ann Marjorey Martha Armstrong, daughter of Herbert and Mary Estel Armstrong, was born Dec. 23, 1898 at Lisbon, No. Dak. She later married Arthur M. Anderson at Lisbon Dec. 22, 1924 and they came to Algona in 1933 and have since operated the Anderson suburban grocery store on West State street. Mrs. Anderson, as well as her husband, was active in the Townsend Club here and was also a violinist with the community orchestra shortly after moving to Algona. Besides her husband, she is survived by a sister, Mrs. Vesta Martin of Lisbon, No. Dak. Iowa Beef Packers at Denison announced Saturday the purchase of Frankl Feed Lots and farmland connected therewith at Irvington from Gerald Frankl after a series of lengthy negotiations. Purchase price was not disclosed, but it was for cash and Iowa Beef Packers stock, according to the company. The company also stated it considers the acquisition to be a most important step in its development and a definite key to the direction in which it expects to expand and develop with forward planning, Mr. Frankl, well-known in the state as a beef feeder, will become an important member of Iowa Beef Packers' executive team, specializing in the procurement division of the organization. Elect Officers Mrs. W, C. Irelan and Mrs. Elmer Walter were hostesses at the luncheon Oct, 27 at Algona Country club. Winners were Mrs. Gene Hood, Mrs. Jim Everds and Mrs. Elmer Walter. This was the last luncheon of the season. Officers elected for next year are Delia Welter, chairman, Mrs, Phil Diamond, co-chairman, and Mrs. John Kohlhaas, publicity.

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