Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 3, 1967 · Page 1
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600 gallons of ammonia spills :.jtaoc Kislorioai Society I ova 0 ? t y , I c wa X VOL. 67-~ NO. 51 - MONDAY, JULY 3, 1967, ALGONA, IOWA | p A OES IN 1 SECTION Ci uncil st lances. AN AMMONIA fertilizer tank, owned by Cargill, Inc., and hauled by Ray Hutchison, Algona, flipped near the corner of McGregor and Dodge streets Wednesday afternoon. Firemen and the police were on the scene as over 600 gallons of ammonia spilled into the street. Powerful fumes covered iiHMHimiHimimmi Thursday '67 swim meet held at Algona pool The Kossuth County swim meet was held June 29 at the Algona Municipal pool, with five swimmers scoring double victories and one swimmer winning three events. No record performances were compiled because a newj,age group system was used for the first time. The five double winners were Randy (Buckshot) Nielsen in the Boys 9-11 25 meter Backstroke and the Boys 14 and under one meter diving, Bob Lickteig in Boys 12-14 25 meter Backstroke and Boys 12-14 50 meter Freestyle. Ryan Lynch in Boys 15-16 50 meter Breaststroke and 1 : 5-16 50 meter Freestyle, Rosemary Bullock in the Girls 17 and . ...over-.ii.25, . meters Baokstro.ke and 17 and over 50 meter Freestyle, and Tim Clark in the Boys 15 and over one meter diving and in the Open three meter diving. Susan Walker was the triple winner, returning good times to win the Girls 12-14 25 meter Breaststroke and the 12-14 25 meter Freestyle. Susan also performed the ' single highest scoring dive of the meet while winning the Girls Open one meter diving. •First three places are listed: Listed in order of finish: Girls 25 meter back 9-11— Lori Lensing, 30.3; Ellen El'bert; Eileen Elbert. Girls 12-14 25 meter back- Ann Taylor, 19.5; Nita Limbaugh; Jenifer Limbaugh. Girls 15-16 25 meter back— Nita Limbaugh 21.3; Sue Bullock; Rosemary Bullock (17 and over) 25 meter back. Boys 9-11 25 meter back— Randy Nielson; John Peterson; Shannon Lynch. Boys 15-16 50 meter back- Bruce Marshall. Girls 12-14 25 meter back- Bob Lickteig 17.4; Rick Nielson; Joe Muller. Girls 12-14 25 meter Breast —Sue Walker, 20.6; Joyce Lensing; Barb Merryman. Boys 9-11 25 meter Breast —Shannon Lynch, 23.9; Randy Nielson; Paul Martin. • Boys 12-14 25 meter Breast —Mike Cooper, 20.8; Mike McDonald; Mike Elbert. Boys 15-16 50 meter Breast —Ryan Lynch, 39.5; Kevin Lynch. Boys ,12-14 25 meter Butterfly—Rick McDonald, 20.3' Mike Elbert. Boys 15-16 25 meter Butterfly—Kevin Lynch, 16.3; Ryan Lynch. Girls 8-under 25 meter Free—Julie Dotgoch. Girls 9-11 25 meter Free- Ellen Elbert, 20.4; Eileen Elbert; Lori Lensing. Girls 12-14 25 meter Free —Sue Walker, 15.4; Ann Taylor, 16.2; Kathy Straub, 16.4. Girls 15-16 50 meter Free —Sue Bullock, 39.9; Kathy Strgub. Girls 17-over 50 meter Free— Rose Bullock. Boys 8 thru 9 25 meter Free— John Peterson, 17.7; Tim Cooper; Merle Elbert. Boys JO-11 25 meter Free •^Bennie Chrisqhii.es, 16.0; Shannan Lynch; Paul Martin. Boys 12-14 50 meter Free , —Bob Ljckteig, 32.4; Terry Simons; Mike Cooper. {toys 1546 50 meter Free- style—Ryan Lynch, 30.1; Kevin Lynch; John Clapsaddle. Girls in Diving—Sue Walker; Linda Dogotch; Colette Capesius. Boys 1 meter 14 and under —Randy Nielsen; Dave Elbert; Jerry Dogotch. 1 meter 15-over—Tim Clark. 3 meter—Tim Clark; Jerry Dogotch. Mother of Bob King dies Thursday * •>,.'• The mother of Bob King, former Algona basketball coach now at the University of New Mexico, died suddenly of a heart attack last Thursday, ten minutes after he had left by car for Algona for a three-day visit with friends here. Although the highway patrol was notified, he did not learn of the news until he reached Algona and he le|t immediately for - Gravity, Iowa where his 74-year old mother, Mrs. Earl King, had passed away. King and his three children had driven to Gravity the day before to spend a 10-day vacation and he had planned the Algona side trip to visit with old friends here. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at Bedford, Iowa with burial in the Gravity cemetery. Another son and the husband also survive. Ledyard girl in Kentucky A Kossuth county girl is one of 74 college students spending her summer serving in • Methodist home mission project. She is Ann Catherine Carpenter of Ledyard, who is serving in Methodist rural and antipoverty work in Letcher county, Kentucky. She is a student at Iowa State UnU versity during the school year. an area of more than three blocks. Firemen hosed the area for some time before the area was cleared. The accident .was attributed to a sheered pin which caused the tongue of the tank to become disengaged and hit the pavement, which in turn, flipped the tank. . ""'."'"""'"'""""'"'""""'"""'''''""'""""""""'I'liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiitiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiniiiiHinitiiMiiiiiHMimBmHiBi ' Even spectators aren't safe! Mrs. Run Buchanan was injured a week ago Thursday while watching a Little League baseball game at the athletic park. A window of the Buchanan car was open and a wild ball came through fhe open window, striking Mrs. Buchanan on the side of the face, breaking the nose. She was taken to St. Ann Hospital for x-rays and then to Fort Dodge where the bone was set. Dr. Clegg returns from D.M. hospital Dr. William Clegg, the Al- is a sister." Also surviving'ate gona chiropractor who was his wife, five daughters, three injured when his crop-spray- sons and two other sisters, ing plane crashed in a field He came to the LuVerne- on June 16, returned home Renwick area with his par- Thursday evening from Vet- ents when he was five yean; eran's Hospital in Des Moin- old and married Thelma -H& .-. es -'..',. "':"--:.: "••<•• wltt at LuVerne in 1932. 1?:.'.-^, lit is not known when he moved to the Dayton area in' will be able to work again, 1945. but he is walking now and making steady recovery from a concussion, cheek fractures, a shoulder separation, and lacerations. Paul Knopf, ; ExluVerne, 1 dies Thursday The son and brother ofj three Algonians, Paul Knopf/ 70, died Thursday at a Fort Dodge hospital after a long illness. He had been hospitalized since May 14. Funeral services will be held today (Monday) at the Trinity Lutheran church of let sustained $300 damage'to ffi°^on ^otfiS ltS le « - ^ *"" &£ and burial will be at Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Knopf of Algona are his parents and Mrs. Henry Zwiefel of Algona Two accidents on Friday in Fenton area The Kpssuth County Sher- rif'fs office investigated two accidents Friday in the Fenton area which totaled $440 damages to the four vehicles involved. The first mishap occured at the intersection of highway 44 with a county gravel road about one mile south of Fenton. A car driven by Donald Henry Lappe, 20, Bancroft, was going north and making a left turn to the west when it was struck from behind by an auto driven by George Joseph Burns, 40, West Brook, Minn. Burns did not see Lappe's turn signal and tried to pass the turning auto. He was unable to stop in time and slid into the left rear of Lappe's 1955 Chevrolet, causing about $50 damage to the fender and bumper. Burn's 1967 Chevro- er. In the second mishap a truck owned by W. Hodgeman and Sons, Fairmont, Minn., and driven by Alfred Seherer, 53, Algona, backed into the auto owned by William Raymond Vichattle, 77. Gowrie. The accident happened at a highway 44 intersection Seven Kossuth students at ISU Seven students from Kossuth county attended orientation meetings on the campus of Iowa State University last week. They were the following: Robert Farnham and Dennis Georg, Algona; Duane Peter, Burt; Mark McCoy, Ledyard; Rita Patterson and Dennis Awe, LuVerne; Robert Schmitt, Whittemore. ASSISTANT MANAGER John Beenkeny has been named assistant manager of Custom Farm Services in Titonka it was announced this week by Phil Pfeffer, manager. Also hired as part time employees were Tom Kardoes, Roger Harms and Gaylord Brandt. Two are delegates to church meeting Two Kossuth county Lutheran men will be delegates to the 47th regular convention of the Lutheran church Missouri Synod at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in New York City July 7-14. They are Rev. Rex Spicer, pastor of St. John's of Fenton and Mr. Ben Groen of Svvea City. They are delegates from the Algona Circuit of the Synod. Fresh-Sophs lose to West Bend The Algona fresh-sophs dropped their fourth straight game as a seventh-inning rally fell short here Friday night, 8-7 to West Bend. They were to play Twin Rivers here Saturday afternoon and Clear Lake next Thursday. was about $90 damage to the Vichattle 1963 Ford. No charges were filed in either of the two mishaps. There was $240 estimated damage to two cars in a crash . about 7 p.m. last Tuesday 2V 4 miles north of Fenton on highway 44, reported to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst's office last week. A car driven by Charles Lund, Ringsted pharmacist, and a machine operated by Clarence Gingrich, Fenton, were traveling north and just as the Lund car was passing the Gingrich machine, the latter slowed for a turn according to the report. The Lund car went into the ditch but neither driver was injured. FLIES TO SPAIN St. Joe — The Milford Plathes took their daughter Kristine to Chicago Wednesday where she left via jet on her 6 weeks trip to Spain. Four weeks will be spent at the university of Santander in Spanish curriculum. Haven for weary travelers PICTURE p ABOVE is the group of young campers that stopped here in Algona to spend Wednesday night at the Call State Park Shelter House. The entire group, which consisted of 32 boys, two directors, and a driver, is one of the "Waheca Tours" for boys eleven to sixteen. The two directors, Frank Wrightson and Glenn E. Harvison, are both directors of physical education in secondary schools in Maryland who have been directing these educational camping trips for ten years. They left by bus from Bethesda, Md., and were en route to Yellowstone'.National Park when they stopped here The "tuition" for the trip is $475, with all expenses paid after that. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Second "f)o/e-/n-7 scored in 3 days n For the second time in three days, a "holc-in-onc" was scored on the No. 4 hole at the Algona Countrp club Thursday. Following up Dr. Karl Hoffman's No. 5 iron shot last Monday on the par 3. 165-hole, Frank Motilton, local furniture store owner, canned a seven-iron on the same hole Thursday afternoon. Me was playing in a foursome composed of Harry Greenbcrg, Chuck Hinken, and Julie Chris- chilles. The pin was located at the far south edge of the green. Moulton's shot soared high in the air, lit four feet short of the pin and popped in on the first bounce. Dr. Hoffman is shown surveying the same shot with the green in the background (bottom). Top, Moulton smiles happily after his 'ace'. Both will receive 52 cases of Pepsi-Cola for their efforts. iMiiiMiitiiiiiiiiiiimituinii ItllMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIMHINIUHimiUIIIHIUIHMHIHm $450 damage in car-pickup collision A LuVerne man, Donald N. Borman, 43, was charged with failure to yield the right of way, and an Algona man, Walter W. Piatt, 22, received a small cut on the right arm when their vehicles collided Thursday at 12:56 at the intersection of Wooster and Lucas streets in Algona. Piatt was driving on Wooster, and Borman was going east on Lucas when the mishap occured. The Piatt 1958 Chevrolet had complete front damage to the extent of $300, while the Borman 1958 Ford truck sustained some $150 damage to the right door and cab. Oar hits disabled bay wagon Friday The Algona Police department investigated an accident Friday evening involving a car and a load of baled hay on East McGregor street. A car driven by Robert E. .Black, 49, Algona, collided with a broken down load of hay when he was blinded by the lights of an oncoming auto. Complete front end, dam- Kramersmeier services are held today Services were held today (Monday) at Bethany Evangelical and Reformed Church Ledyard for Miss Olga Kram- ersmeic-r. 66 who died Friday morning in a Chicago hosopi- tal. Rev. Victor Vriesen officiated, and burial was in the Highland Home cemetery Council denies liquor permit to Colony Inn The Algona City Council met in regular session June 28, but quickly adjourned the meeting due to a lack of quorum. Councilmen Cook and Miller were present, while Pierce, Muckey, Elbert and Andreasen were, absent. The City Council then met in an adjourned session with Mayor Pro Tern Ken Pierce. Councilmen present for this meeting were Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Cook, and Miller. Mayor Finn was absent. The two main topics of discussion at the meeting concerned ambulance Mr- vice for the city and county and the extension of sewers in the city. No decisions were reached concerning the ambulance service for the city and county, and action on this matter will be taken after further investigating into the possible solutions to the problem. Officials now are trying to decide just who will purchase and maintain the ambulance service, the county or the city or some sort of combination of the two. Algona mayor William Finn has already met once to discuss the matter with the County board of supervisors, but no definite solutions have been adopted. AFTER DISCUSSIONS with Howard Smith, engineer, Mason City, drainage extensions totaling $70,000 in cost were approved by the Council. These were: the extension of the storm sewer on East Elm for one block to Putnam; and the extension of the sewer from Elm and Main to Putnam and south on Putnam to McGregor. This work will all be in the eastern section of Algona. Smith also discussed with the council the report submitted by the American Pipe Service about the condition of the sanitary sewer on North Jones street. It was the opinion of the council and engineer that some of the sewer be replaced before the State Highway Commission's highway widening project is begun in 1970. The council authorized Smith to meet with the District Urban Engineer of the State Highway Commission at Mason City before any action is taken on this matter. IN ORDER to satisfy the federal requirements for funds for the Beautification Project Number la which includes improvements at the old athletic field, a resolution authorizing a Joint Services and Facilities Agreement with the Board of Park Commissioners was adopted. Councilmen Muckey, Miller and Cook were appointed by the Mayor Pro Tern as members of the Joint Board with the Park Board. A request for funds for the cemetery was received, with the amount being the same as that asked last year—$5,000. The request will be considered when the annual'city budget comes up for approval The council also passed a with the Garry Funeral Home resolution approving of judges and clerks for the upcoming special television election. Two liquor applications, seven cigarette permits, and in charge. She was bo.rn July 10, 1900 at Ledyard where she also attended school, and was a , beauty operator in Chicago one beer application were ap until retirement because of proved by the council. her health. Surviving are two sisters and five brothers. They in- elude Mrs. Lena Junkermeier, Albert City; Mrs. Anna IN OTHER action, the cil denied the Colony arettes, beer, and liquor Schaffer, Minneapolis; Will- NAMED TO DEAN'S LIST Center ^oL^L? 1 ^ 0 ^Unive>lt of^oU Ervin all of LprttJS ' * nd ern * ow *' <**& Falls, has fcrwn, all of Ledyard. announced that four »re* students have been, named to the spring semester DMUI'S List, They are: Eugene Uet>, Algona; Lynn Men?, Fenton; Dawn Undeb&k, Lucerne and J«cquelyn Media, Wo* age to the Black 1,967 Mercury amounted to $400, and Chester C, Harmon, 61, Algona, was charged with failure to have warning lights on his hay wagon.

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