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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 6, 1966
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1-AliOftH (la.> Uppftr D«i Metn«< Thimday, January 6, 1044 Review Of 1965 News Highlights In Kossuth County Many news events, some tragic and others happy, fit together each day to make up the history of Kossuth county. Here is a •summary of the happenings in our area during the past year: JANUARY First baby of the year here was a six pound, 13 ounce daughter, Janet Kay, born to Mr. and Mrs. John Marti of Irvlngton at St. Ann hospital . . . Mrs. Ralph Miller, 66, became the second victim bf carbon monoxide poisoning from a tragic home incident here when she died at St. Ann; her husband, Ralph, died four days earlier . .. Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Arend, Algona, observed their golden wedding anniversary . . . clarion nipped Algona's Bulldogs, 61-57, in overtime and Dave and Bob Martin won individual championships as Algona's wrestlers placed third at Osage in an invitational meet. . . Total improvements in Algona during 1964 amounted to $1,631,000, including new buildings, according to figures released by City Clerk Dave Smith ... Robert L. Dye, address unknown, was relaesed from jail here after serving an OMVI term then stole a car and wound up in trouble again all the same day ... Garrigan split pair of games, Algona wrestlers posted seventh straight win and Iowa Falls dumped AHS in basketball... Midwest Printing and Litho announced plans to locate complete offset printing facilities in UDM plant . . . Albert Rosenau, 99, oldest Lakotan, died . . . Bob and Daryl Arend opened new automotive firm here . . . Feb. 1 announced as date for move into new post office here ... 3-2 vote by city council okayed purchase of new fire truck chassis for Algona ... Phillip Studer, Wesley, named new county chairman of the National Farmers Organization . . . Pacelll's unbeaten club from Austin downed GHS: Eagle Grove bounced AHS; wrestlers got past Iowa Falls; and Lakota boys and Ringsted girls won state Line Conference Tournament ... Pat Montag named new president of the Algona C of C ... -18 mark here new low for winter, Jan. 16 ... Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dogotch, ST., West Bend, wed 50 years ... W. C. Dewel, 89, long-time Algona newspaperman, died ... Jerry Leaneagh named president of Algona Industrial Development Corp. . . Frank Moulton named JayCee Boss of the Year here . . . GHS won opener in DYO Tournament; AHS hot in win over Webster City; grapplers edged Charles City, 20-19, in fine dual meet; GHS later won way to DYO finals... Laundromat and Olga's Cafe broken into here, very little money taken ... GHS downed in DYO finals, 72-47, by Carroll Kuemper. FEBRUARY Bulldogs took fourth straight win, upped record to 8-7; wrestlers dropped finale at Osage ... Jim Kolp named president of United Fund here . . . Jerry Krieps, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps, Wesley, died suddenly at Omaha. . . Larry Munger, Denny Miller and Tom Fitzpatrick won titles and Dave Martin placed second in Sectional Wrestling Meet at Britt ... Mrs. Pearl Higgins, 57, teacher at Grant school, charged with assault and battery after alleged spanking incident. . . Robert E. Brown, Stratford, charged with larceny of an electric saw here... Clear Lake bumped AHS ; GHS shared pair of contests ... North Central Public Service Co. here announced drop in gas rates . ,. . County covered: with sheet of ice, most schools closed ... Norton Machine Works, here closed after many years in business . . . Vandals caused extensive damage at Algona high school . . . Miller, Dave Martin and Fitzpatrick grabbed District wrestling crowns and advanced to the State Meet ... Big blizzard (first of several) tied things up in county; 13 inches of snow recorded . . .Garrigan split pair; AHS lost to Clarion; GHS to uo*c iUsu-ict BB Meet . . . Algona Community School District faculty members get $250 raise for 1965-66 year ... Algona National Guard unit held Muster Day, annual event ... Snow blamed for many minor and major crashes in area ... Annual , Barbershopper Parade held here . . . Miller and Martin won firsts and Fitzpatrick placed second to allow Bulldogs to finish second in the State Wrestling Tournament at Waterloo ... AHS and Lakota moved ahead in District BB action with wins here . . . Twin Rivers girls won way to State Girls BB Meet again. MARCH Driving, freezing rain, sleet and snow closed area schools as March came in like a lion. . .Bahne K. Bahnson, Burt osteopath, fined $500 each on three counts of selling misbranded drugs In district court here . . . AHS dumped Lakota and GHS got past Bancroft St. John's as the two local schools advanced to finals of District BB Meet. . . Steve Hardy, senior, and Dale Teeter, junior, oh Algona's basketball team, honored with selection on North Central All-Conference Team . . . 2-day blizzard isolated Kossuth for second time in three weeks . .. County Clerk Alma Pearson fractured arm in fall on ice here ... Kris Erdmann, outstanding Twin Rivers forward, named to all-loop team ... (now, snow and more snow; area began thinking about threat of flood . . . AHS 49, GHS 40, in well-played District finale; fr«e throws by Teeter carried Bulldogs into Sub-State action ,,, Storm Lake bopped Algona, 85-60, in Sub-State game, taking last team from area out of tourney action ,.. Gus Sjogren, 82, long-time grocer here, died ,,. Corn-Soybean Clinic slated here, postponed, along with most other activities in area, when still another blizzard moved in ... LuVerne cagers, Jane Hanselman and Bob Maass, named to North Star All-Conference teams; State Line loop first team included Roger Becker, Lakota, Jim Godfredson, Armstrong, John Pederson, Ledyard, and Tom Elliott, Swe& city; girls team had Kathy Erickson, Armstrong, Linda Watson, Cheryl Nelson, and Karen Jensen, Ringsted, Deanna Brandt, Ledyard, and Lynn Menke, Sentral, listed . , . Latest snow storm measured at 10 inches ,,, .C. R. Schoby elected president of Kossuth TB and Health Assn. . , , Kossuth digging out from winter's worst blizzard - every-* UOng tied up , . , Mrs, Karl Hoffman, 63, died here ... Joseph Lentsch, 55, Li?ermore farmer, found dead after heart attack by neighbors. . . Steve Ostrum new president of Algona JayCees. APRIL Flood threat became a reality as thaw began ... Bob Feller featured speaker at annual Garrigan Booster Club Banquet .., More than 500 attended Corn-Soybean Clinic here, sponsored by UDM and others , . , Weather slowed down track and baseball efforts in area. , , Flood water rushed over main highways ( and county roads, with state highways under water at 21 separate Ipots; road embargoes on county roads put into effect; warm weather really started flow of water from over-supply of snow *,. LuVerne gager Beavers won junior crown and Lakota Aggres- ftve Lads took the senior title in the annual 4-H Basketball tournament., , Flood termed "Worst In History" here - every* a mess) . , , Laundry building at Bancroft burned.,. Brown, Viking fullback, slated to talk for JayCees... Tragedy- |ry Borraan, almost 3, eon of Mr. and Mrs, Roger Bormann, «. jo$, drowned in water tank while playing at home; Mary Cowan, 18, AJgoaa, and Mrs, Clarence Canaday, 40, Irvlngton, died in §; Single car mishap near AUison while returning from FBLA CflpyflBUon at cedar Falls,,, Qfififlal portion of Wesley school burned, loss estimated , , , Cost of repair to county roads thought to be in SQOjQDQ djje to floqdj , ,. 23 named to Honor Society igh , . , qorOob & Root/ 30, former radio announcer here, died of an overdose of sleeping pills at local motel...' Post office move to new charters slated April 24 - MAYBE ,.. Five straight days of April showers did not effect flooding; water continued to disappear . . . UDM featured two beautiful color pages in its pre-Easter issue - one featuring the city's churches, the other announcing the Home Show. UDM plant started printing Humboldt newspapers »., Almost $2,000,000 in taxes distributed, mostly to county schools .., Pair of thefts result in arrests by sheriff Ralph Lindhofst«.. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson, Algona, wed 50 years ... Elevator at Rodman burned to ground... Bill Brendan resigned as athletic director at GHS ... Home Show held here three days) big crowds ... Local school board raised salaries of non-teaching employees i . . Area baseball teams and track squads getting ready for season ... Steve Kenefick, Lt. in the U. S. Navy Air Force and son of Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Keneflck, Algona, lost at sea In jet explo-i sion; 29 years of age ... Open house slated at UDM to allow public to see new high-speed off-set newspaper press inaction; large crowd attended . . . Coleen Wiltse, 23, Blue Earth, became county's first auto fatality in single auto crash on highway 9 north of Bancroft. MAY Old post office here closed after move into new building on East Call street - several months later than expected ... Law Day observed here by 400 county high school students; saw mock murder trial . . . Total of 43 records set in three divisions of the Algona Relays, held for the second year ... A well-known St. Joe area farmer, Art nig, 60, found dead in large tile on land he used for pasture . .. Stock car season set to open May 14 ... Town of Burt got its new fire truck from Joe Bradley Equipment here . . . Curly Simon, postmaster at Emmetsburg, won free car given away at the largest auto show ever held here ... Wayne Goodman named county commander of VFW . .. Swea City took State Line Conference track championship . .. Titonka girls won district meet . . . Algona sixth in district meet at Lake Mills, won pair of firsts ... Wesley got new fire engine ... 118 honor students from AHS and GHS honored at banquet. . . . Surprisingly, only 50 tax protests received here before deadline, which had been re-set to June 20, many more expected ... High winds and rain slammed into the county, causing untold damage in scattered areas; no tornadoes spotted . .. Owners of^ commercial buildings and realtors met with county board of* review here and asked for lower assessments ... Bride and Groom section, featuring Judy Haag and Denny Lichter, Algona, published by UDM; comments received from near and far on fine off-set section. JUNE Msgr. P. P. Gearen of St. Cecelia's parish here, priest 40 years . . .Steve Hardy and Craig Espe combined to hurl no- hitter as AHS posted 5-0 win over Britt... 323 Algona boys signed up , for play in three little leagues. . . Frank E. Ostrum, 83^ well-known Algonan, died . . . AHS class of 1915 held reuniqn here, with 13 of the original graduates present ... Mrs. Elizabeth Haggard, 84, well-known .Algona, lady, died.;, . ; . Art Show* held here, many persons attend . . . GHS dumped West Bend, ; 12-3, in season baseball opener . . . Wesley Mains, 34, Buffalo Center filling station owner, became Kossuth's second fatality of the year when the pickup he was driving crashed into a bridge northeast of Titonka . . . Mrs. Hugh Black, 36, Algona, third auto victim of year five days later when her auto rolled into a ditch two miles east of the city on McGregor road ... Howard Miller named to council here to replace Everett Baldus who moved from city... Don Potthoff hurled no-hitter as Garrigan downed Woden-Crystal Lake, 1-0 . . . Marilyn Alt, 1965 Sentral high school graduate, named Queen of the North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City... Henry Greenfield, 79, third auto victim of month and fourth in county for year when his car went into ditch near the junction of highways 169 and 9 near Lakota ... A windstorm, accompanied by hail, caused all kinds of damage in area... little leaguers began swinging bats in four leagues here ... AHS class of 1955 and St. Cecelia's class of 1940 held reunions ... 22 boys and girls charged with vandalism as result of damage to area farm house ... Algona's big new fire truck arrived, ready for use ... Translator TV system discussed for city; no action taken . . . Ham radio Field Day held here, contact 45 states . . . AHS class of 1940 held first reunion, nearly half of living members attend. JULY • David Cowan, 17, Algona, lost 18 hours in Rocky mountains near Denver, found okay ... All county officers received good pay raises as result of action of legislature ... Budget hearings slated everywhere and increased askings in most ... Max Miller, Algona, feted for 50 years as Mason ... Albert Genrich, 76, LuVerne, struck and killed by train there ... Anti-poverty unit formed here . . . Hottest weather of summer moved in, with mercury hitting 100 ... RidiciJous Days held here / huge crowds bought bargains at sidewalk taMes and in stores... Mrs. R. C. Hamm, 36, former LuVerne woman, killed in crash in New Mexico . . . Linda Fairbanks of Burt crowned Queen of Swea City Junior Fair. AUGUST Mrs. Carrie A, Bourne, 89, Algona, died . ,. Fr, Francis Conway, supt. at Garrigan high school since it opened, trans- fered to parish at Sioux city; Fr. Friedmann named suet here . . . Woman trom ttaruy cnargeo. with snopmong here .,. wadiy needed rain falls here to save crops; 4 tornadoes spotted, but none touched down . . . Mayor BUI Finn of Algona to Washington D, C. meeting ... No flying saucers spotted here, despite reports from all over nation , , , Area high school footballers reported for drills Aug. 20 ... Kossuth County Fair held; more than 9,100 persons fed at free barbecue; big crowds despite too much rain ... Bill Easier named Conservation officer for Kossuth , , , ASCS elections held, Dick Anderson re-elected county chairman .., St. Benedict downed Bancroft, 4-1, and won Kossuth County Baseball League championship . . . AHS and GHS both wind up with fine baseball records, Bulldogs downing Bears in tourney action . ., Albert Adams, 64, former Algona resident, died of burns received in blast at Eagle Grove , . . Dave Everds, Allison, former Algonan, won Algona Amateur Golf Tournament , . , Joe Ringgdorf, one of Garrigan's top football players, suffered broken leg; out several weeks. SEPTEMBER Testimonial dinner honored Casey Loss, iong«time State Rep* resentative, here . , , Kossuth unit set up for Anti-Poverty Program . , , Algona's new post office dedicated,,, Talk of school reorganization began again in several areas of county . . . Almost -three inches of rain and cold here ... Area high schools set for football season . . . Les Wildin crowned point champion at local stock car speedway for third straight year »,. AHS downed Emmetsburg, 14-13 , Garrigan tied EsthervUle, 13*13, Sentral downed Kanawha, 32-7, Titonka bested Boone Valley, 8*0, and Swea City tied Rolfe, 6*6, in football owners,,. ,/; u , Mr. aid Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, well-known Algerians, observed 50th wedding anniversary . . . Donald Price, 28, Lakota, victim of fltrto draft fieftr EUtader . . . Ruse Media, Whlttemore, and Jack Limbadgh, Algona, re-elected to local school board in record turnout of fotets j 2,§80 tent to polls .. Another week of tain... Mason Ctty downed Gftrrigafi, 2H Swea City*sf ofi» Elliott scored seven fito as ffbjana topped Woden-Crystal Lake, 54*6, Algona edged HAttptou, 13-12, and Sefttfat downed Lindota*centrai, 19-0, la football . . . 23 band accented invitation to annual Band Festival ... Architect okayed for study of local public school's proposed construction... New ears went oft display at local dealer's .4. Merjtory dropped aear freezing, more rain.», County's municipal officers formed organization . , . Algona downed Clear Lake, 18-0, Garrigan beat tfGorman, 13-0, swea City pasted Burt, 40-0 and Titonka dumped Sentral, 13*7, in football ... Rain continued to plague Kossuth, with another 3.43 inches during the final week of September; total for the month wound up at 11.40 . . . Kitty Hardgrove, AHS, and Betty Plathe, GHS, named to represent local high schools in Band Festival . .. First edition of the Garrigan star appeared in UDM. OCTOBER Judy Egel crowned Queen of Homecoming at Algona high school as Bulldogs- downed Clarioh, 14-6 . . . Maribelle Ives, Rolfe, named Queen of the annual Band Festival ... Warren Dodd, Hi, 15, Ottosen, killed in overturn of tractor ... st, Edmond downed GHS 7-0, Swea City beat Thompson, 27-0 and Titonka dumped Burt, 35-0 in football . . . Board of supervisors signed contract for voting machines to be used during two elections here in 1966; with possible purchase for future use ... Shirley Heimer elected Homecoming Queen at GHS; Bears lost to Dubuque Wahlert, 13-0 . . . Gerald Hellman, 37, Bancroft bachelor farmer, drowned in Union Slough . . . Sentral topped Swea City, 14-13 and Algona downed Iowa Falls, 33-14, in football games... Soybean harvest 50 percent completed, no action yet on wet corn ... Connie Darbyshire, Algona high junior, named secretary of the state's students councils during conference at Des Moines... The war on poverty opened here as a 4-county organization asked for a $40,405 federal grant . . . Wade Sullivan, 61, Algona postmaster, announced plans to retire after 30 years here ... Warm weather returned, with high of 78 degrees Oct. 17 ... Mary Beth Sterba, 16, junior at GHS, placed number one in class A in the solo baton twirling contest at the State Marching Band contest at Estherville . . . Kuemper bested Garrigan, 19-0, AHS won its sixth without defeat from Humboldt, 33-13, Titonka lost to Lincoln-Central, 6-2, Armstrong edged Swea City, 22-20, and Thompson subdued Burt, 26-7, on the football front... Four persons hurt in spectacular 2-car smash-up 4 1/2 miles south of Algona . . .Algona's fresh-sophs wound up season with 3-3 mark . . . GHS upset Austin Pacelll, 6-0, arid AHS dropped 40-6 decision'to Webster'City; first loss for Bulldogs ... Picture of 1937 Algona Kiwanis club in UDM aroused much interest. ' NOVEMBER ..--?*• . Owner Gerald Frankl sold Frankl Feed Lots, Irvington, to Iowa Beef Packers, Denison; huge feeding project anticiapted . . . J. P. Studer, manager of Wesley Co-Op for 35 years, retired . . . GHS upset LeMars Gehlen, 19-18, sparked by Dick Bleich, to finish 3-4-1 season; Eagle Grove edged Algona, 13-7; Bulldogs'wound up 6-2; while Titonka gave Armstrong a 26-12 pounding to share the State line crown . .. Vote in city election small; all incumbents re-elected . . . Basketball workouts began all over area; local wrestlers also opened practice sessions ... New water tower completed at Wesley . . . David Lynch, Jr., 17, Lone; Rock, lost three fingers on left hand in corn picking mishap. . . Final statistics show Dave Martin led AHS with 864 yards rushing (only 40 yards short of the aJVt<me single season mark), while Dick Bleich led GHS with 394 yards rushing (only plus ,16.7, yards pass receiving,., . . Jitpnkajndians set school scoring, ; record in 74-13 victory over Woden-Crystal Lake; end season with 8-1 mark .. .State Line All-Conference teams named, "with Akkerman, Isebrand, Janssen, Rafdal, Boeckholt of Titonka; A.'Luedtke, DeSart, Geitzenauer, Elmers and J. Lueduce, Sentral; Phelps and Elliott, Swea City, and Fries andGifford, Burt; honored, . . 57 men went to the John Miller farm near Burt and picked arid shelled corn in largest good neighbor act of the year . . . Dan Iblings, 6, Algona, lost most of right hand when he got it caughl in food grinder at Algona Hotel kitchen... Swanson Food stores rented building housing National Food store here and planned to move. in next spring . .. The Jerry Schnetzer family, LuVerne, lost all its belongings in Sunday evening fire Large crowd attended annual Veterans Day observance here; many high school students present . . . Chester Bailey 86, well- known Algonan, died . . . Jane Hanselman crowned Queen of LuVerne ' high's Homecoming . . . Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson, Ringsted, killed in two car collision near Ogden ... Dave Martin, Dale Teeter and Bob Bradford of AHS named to All-Conference first team ... Power off hear when engine developed problem . . . Jack Chrischilles named president of Algona Industrial Development Corp . . .Public hearing held here on proposed school district in Ledyard area . . . injunction halted paving and curbing project at Bancroft .. Pheasant hunters didn't have much luck; lack of birds... Algona, LuVerne and Sentral all won basketball openers ... Ledyard school proposal rejected by county board . .. Santa Clause Day held Nov. 26 here . . . Assessment boost of 20 percent on farm buildings in Kossuth questioned here ... AHS; got past Swea City; wrestlers bounced Estherville; 14 from area named to IDPA football honor roll; Bob Bradford, AHS footballer, named, on sixth team of Des Moines Register's All- State listing; Tom Waller and Steve Studer. Aleona. lettered at Drake and St. Thomas, respectively ... 30 families listed for adoption in UDM , ..Harvey Boomgarden, 44, Woden farmer, became county's fifth auto fatality of 1965 in car-train crash near Lakota , , , Mercury down to four above Nov. 29 ... AHS wrestlers and basketbailers both lose .... . GHS dumped Ft. Dodge high 73-68, and Emmetsburg Catholic, 87-59, in openers . . .Roy Bjustrom 66, well-known Algona businessman, died, DECEMBER . Wade Sullivan, 61 , Algona postmaster, succumbed to a heart ailment at St, Ann hospital ... Jim Youngwirth's late bucket put GHS past St. John's, 68-67; AHS dumped Webster City, 64-56; AHS sixth in Eagle Grove Invitational. Wrestling Meet .., AHS thumped Humboldt, 61-41 . . . Arnold J, Jones, 22, Ft. Dodge, admitted 14 area break-ins when apprehended for attempted theft at Swea City .. .Garrigan Carnival huge success .., Herman Hau- bejrg, 87. well-known Algonan, died , , , Thick fog .here for several days, weather sticky for December , . . Charles Bierstedt, 23, Whittemore, killed in truck mishap near Spencer ,.. GHS beat Pocahontas Catholic, 62-54; wrestlers won own Invitational Meet with five champions . , . Economic aid for poverty program in this area upped to $244,000 . ., School for Retarded Children received gift of 12 desks from Upper Des Moines .,. Ledyard School District filed petition in district court here appealing for change of decision on proposed new district in that area... Four persons faced charges of breaking and entering as result of'theft of beer and cigarettes at store at Galbraith.., Mayor Bill Finn of Algona named president of Northwest Iowa Mayor's Association , , . Jury awarded $38,504 damages to Lawrence I, Qisch, Jr. here as result of turkey raising matter .,. AHS over unbeaten Clear Lake 69-58; GHS won two, running season mark to 6-1 .,, Many area firms ran Christmas greeting ads in UPM's Wg Christmas edition . . , Jess Lashbrook, street commissioner here, resigned; Albert Pergande named successor by council,,, Rose SeanJan resigned position at Chrischilles store after 33 years , , , Talk of rerouting highway 169 through Algona,,, GHS downed alumni team, 6>49, in benefit game, RETIRE h; "Butch" Burris, Ajkr ron, is retiring after 44 years of excellent service on the Akron section crew of the Milwaukee Railroad. TYPING PAPIER, Offlc* Sflppft . PlltNTlNG fttAf PtJLLl fend tteftt., Uppet Del Motoe* Pub. £«« fe»«<* £ >wf b«te*M, S! Mg«to. '*Wy P« c «*- UM>» »« Mela*. Ittti lONBAYl To the ONE MAN In TEN who does his own INCOME TAX BOTH Thli vear you f*ce I new fcbfftAL l«t of i** mle§ and «gu* .f 4 " UtiOni. You'll i«ve Hme, AND worry and probably (TATE money if you let BLOCK *' A1 * figure your tax. 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