The "FIRST-OF-THE-WEEK" Tabloid . . . Clear Pictures — More New) — Biggest Circulation glgotra tapper jWotnes Entered as second class matter at the postoffice at AlRona, Iowa (50511), Nov. 1. 1932, under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1965 16 Tabloid Page* VOL. 100 - NO. 86 U.S. 169 Crash Puts 4 In Hosptial : : : : :y:W£&:y£8:y^^ • Huge Crowd At Veterans Day Program A huge crowd, which included junior and senior high school students from Algona high and Garrigan, heard Stu Lund, well- known Webster City attorney, deliver a stirring talk during the annual Veterans Day program on the courthouse lawn here Thursday morning, Nov. 11. Students from the two schools marched behind the VFW and American Legion color guards to the courthouse to hear Lund's speech. A large portion of the crowd is shown in the above photo. Bob Riedel, Legion commander, served as master of ceremonies at the event and Mayor Bill Finn was introduced. Lund was emphatic in backing the role of the United States in Viet Nam and urged the backing of all citizens at home for the soldiers now carrying on the fight there. He blasted recent draft card burning incidents and other mob and individual efforts belittling the Viet Nam situation, but was just as warm in supporting peaceful demonstrations of all kinds dealing with the battle against Communism - saying the fight must be won in southeast Asia or we might be defending our own shores from the active advance of aggression. Many Algona business men and store employees were also present for the talk as most establishments were closed from 10-11 a. m. The crowd was undoubtedly one of the largest ever present for a Veterans Day observance here. The high school band closed the program with the National Anthem. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Chef Bailey, Weil-Known Here, Passes Chester 0. Bailey, very well- known Algonan, died early Monday morning following a lengthy illness at Good Samaritan Home here where he had been a resident during recent years. Funeral services for Mr. Bailey were pending at McCullough Funeral Chapel at press time. Mr, Bailey farmed north of Algona for many years, and until illness forced his retirement, he had been employed as a seed salesman by the Pioneer Hibred Corn Co, He is survived by his wife, the former Norma Gardner; two daughters, Merle (Mrs, Cliff Aalfs), Sioux City, and Mildred • (Mrs. Ward Graham), Clayton, New Mexico} and several grandchildren, A complete obituary will appear in the Thursday edition of the TOM, Boy With Injured Hand Recovering Dan Ibling, 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ibling who operate the Algona Hotel Coffee Shop, is reported recuperating at a Fort Dodge hospital after suffering the loss of most of his right hand in a meat grinder mishap at the Hotel last Tuesday. Dan is taking the injury stoically, and without crying, If LuVernt Queen Jane Hanselman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Hanselman of LuVerne, was named Homecoming Queen at LuVerne high's Saturday night annual alumni reunion and program. Her attendants were Virginia Meyers and Connie Sanford. It was the 13th Homecoming for the school, Breaks A Hip Mrs. Dora Haack, 75, Fenton, was crossing a street in Fenton last Wednesday evening when she slipped and fell in front of her home, breaking her hip, She is hospitalized at EstherviUeand reported in good condition considering the injury, John H. Fuhr, 74, Of Fenfon, Rifes Friday FENTON - John Henry Fuhr, 74,' of Fenton, died early Wednesday morning at his home here. Death was due to a lung ailment and he had been ailing for some time. Mr. Fuhr was born Aug. 2., 1891, in Germany. He came to Fenton in 1914. April 8, 1931, he was married to Alvina Helgens of Fenton. They operated a restaurant in Fenton for many years, but have been retired for some time. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Frank Thilges and Mrs, Arnold Laabs, both of Fenton, and six grandchildren, A sister still lives in Germany. Family services were held at 2 p, m. Friday at St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton with the Rev. Rex Spicer officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Thomas Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Kossuth Gets Poverty Money Kossuth County has been approved for allocation of a Federal grant of $44,000 in the war on poverty, the Office of Economic Opportunity announced Saturday. The money must be used by next June 30 in projects under the local community action setup. In the case of Kossuth, the only project so far suggested has been a survey to find out the causes of poverty pockets in the area, and development of ideas as to ways of raising the economic level. "Bart" Of T-V Clubhouse Here On Saturday Bart Cur ran, popularly known for his "Bart's Clubhouse" program over T-V from Mason City, will make a special appearance at the Algona Theatre, Saturday, Nov. 20 at 1:30 p. m, He'll visit with children and sign autographs, and all youngsters are invited to meet him, by Ray Langfltt, theatre manager. OMVI Charged; Lone Rock Couple Hurt A Carroll man, Roy E. King, 43, was charged with OMVI following a grinding 2-car crash four miles north of Algona in which four persons were injured at 7 p. m. Saturday. Injured and taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment were Mr. King, face mashed; his son, Roy A. King, 19, Massena, shock and lacerations; AmeyCherland, 58, Lone Rock, broken shoulder, lacerations and abrasions; and his wife, Ella, 54, facial lacerations. The elder Mr. King was trans- fered to the hospital at Carroll and his son was released from the hospital here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cherland remain at St. Ann. The King auto was headed north and the Cherland auto was headed south on highway 169 at the time of the crash. According to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and Patrolman Tom Cogdall who investigated, both cars were demolished. According to officers, the King vehicle went to the extreme left of center of the highway and struck the Cherland auto nearly head-on, spinning it around and both vehicles came to rest on the west side of the highway. A third vehicle, driven by Donald J. Welp, 31, Bancroft, following the Cherland auto, struck the Cherland car as it spun around. The Cherlands were coming to Algona to enjoy supper with friends and were taken to St. Ann following the mishap by their children, who were in another car behind the parents. The Kings were taken to the hospital by ambulance. Damage to the Welp auto was estimated $75. Cogdall stated the fact the Cherlands were wearing seat belts saved them from possibly fatal injuries. At 5:42 p. m. the same day, autos driven by William F. Na- voichick, 49, and Martin J.Kern, 30, Algona, collided on North Jones street near the intersection of Call street here, resulting in an OMVI charge against Kern and $150 estimated damages to each vehicle. According to the accident report filed by city police, the Kern auto, headed south, was on the wrong side of the street and Navoichick attempted to get out of the way by driving up on the curb. He was headed north. Kern posted $350 bond and was slated to appear in mayor's court for a hearing of the charge. Divorce Granted Anna K. Scobba was granted a divorce from Verne S. Scobba in district court here this week by Judge G. W. Stillman.
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