Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 6, 1967 · Page 1
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ADVANCE A I I/ mm Alqona no i. irn|1 : —p ••--.- •- ^^^^^^ -A ^g^^^^^ ^^gji^b ^IF NJW COUftT CAtil George Larson vs. Rosella Larson, divorce. WtODlNQ MtMITS John P. Wagner, Verna E. Rezabek, both Algona; Julius trtniter, Armstrong, Barbara Bishop, Swea City; James H. Wilkins Jr., Fayetteville, Ark., Kathleen A. Eden, TitOnka. ALQONA WEATHER High Lew Rain June 28 82 50 .22 June 29 _— 92 81 June 30 90 60 .1 July 1 75 60 .06 July 2 ..__ 68 52 July 3 68 44 July 4 88 42 July 5 — 47 ST. ANN BIRTHS ! June 21 — Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Benson, Algona, girl, 4 Ib. 5>/& oz. •; June 29 — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thilges, Ottosen, girl, 7 Ib. 13 oz. June 30 — Mr. and Mrs. Leonard. Pesicka Jr., Algona, girt, 8 Ib. 10% oz. «e» matter, 0*. t, 1*M, el Alette, to* 9O511 pertoffke uraMr Aet ef VOL. 47 — NO. 52 - THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1*67, ALOONA, IOWA - unty I ova 0 At y, v Iowa ante Dies in to sh on bridge Plan Translator here; Fenton gets Cable KGLO plans installation in future Television station KGLO of Mason City will put in a translator tower in Algona to boost its signal it was announced by vice president and general manager Leonard Loers of Mason City last week. Floyd Raymond Eggert, of He gave no definite date When MAYOR'S COURT Wesley, failing to yield one- Half of roadway, $10; Henry Reefer, Victor, intoxication, $25; Robert John Gengler, of Whittemore, failure to yield one-half of roadway, $10; Lamont M. Wegner, Algona, failure to have control, $10; D. E. Clussen, Minneapolis, intoxication, $25; Gary D. Michaelson, Whittemore, safety chain not fastened, $10. BUILDING PERMITS / Les Faber, construct patio, $1,500; Russ Sands, blacktop driveway, $45; Kenneth Hackbarth, addition to garage, $250; Hugo Mittag, Webb, remodel house, $500; Garry McDonald, construct screened- in porch, $200; Robert Bomgaars, construct house, $17,000; Walter Zentner, construct fence; Phyllis LpvstaoV repair porch, $50; Irvin Malueg, reshingle, $100. ST. ANN HOSPITAL June 29 — Patricia Spencer, Algona, medical. Jun* 30 — William Leners; Bancroft, medical; Anna Nauman, Burt, medical; Dora Currier, Algona, medical; William F. Cox, Livermore, medical. July 1 — John E. Smith, Lakota, medical; Edward Ivan Blocker, Bancroft, baby boarder; Thomas Schuller, Whittemore, medical; James Elmore, Algona, medical. July 2 — Jill Rene Benson, Algona, baby boarder. July 4 — Paul Gales, Livermore, surgery; Kenneth Brayton, Algona, surgery. NEW VEHICLES Gerald Edward Schmitt, LuVerne, CMC; Edward Archie Elbert, Burt, CMC; Gene C. or Barbara A. Thompson, Swea City, Chev. p/u; Directory Service Co., Algona, Ford Trk.; William Knoner, Ledyard, Buick; Dennis Bernard or Linda Lee Meister, Burt, Pont.; Carol Eileen Baas, West Bend, Ford; Paul Henry or 'Dorothy Jean Wiechmann, Armstrong, Ford; Schultz Bros., Algona, Buick; Kathleen M. Peterson, Lakota, Merc.; Donald Arnold or Patricia Joan Camenisch, Algona, Chev.; James Michael . Mergen, Whittemore, Chev.; Dau's Garage, Algona, Olds; Robert Leo or Ann Marie Derbyshire, Algona, Ford; Earl Henry or Geneva D. Elbert, Algona, Dodge; John Russell Waite, Fenton, Ford; John Phillip Richter, Wesley, Ford; Dau's Garage, Algona, Olds; Adrian Duane Casler, Algona, Merc.; Harold Richard Grein, Algona, Ford; Jim Lee Merrill, Fenton, Dodge. Two mhirt at oar tarns ovor Sheri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Baker, and Tom, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Fitzpatrick, spent July Fourth at Lost Island with the Bakers at their cottage. Enroute home Tom's lightweight car hit a patch of gravel and overturned. Sheri was taken to the hospital at Spencer for observation and a check-up but she had suffered only minor bruises and was dismissed Wednesday afternoon and came home. the tower would be constructed. The announcement came after a concerted drive by an Algona group backing Translator TV. However, none of the spokesmen of the group would make any comment on the announcement. KGLO is a CBS affiliate. Loers said the Board of Directors of the station, owned by Lee Enterprises, approved the translator tower here several weeks ago. THE SIGNAL would be received on a UHF station, probably around channel 75. Presently, Fort Dodge station KQ- TV transmits a signal from Des Moines station KRNT on channel 70 but the signal is seldom received here.. Loers would not say what channel the translator signal could be obtained here but it would not be on channel 3. He also said that the local group had, c coflJ.opted.xP'ther'••• stations -• about putting in a translator tower but that he did not know if any would do so. (Presently, the only strong signal on VHF is from channel 12 at Mankato. If and when KGLO constructed its translator, it would also give CBS programs to Algona but the town would still be without adequate ABC and NBC coverage.) It had been rumored in recent weeks that KGLO would put a translator tower here but announcement by the translator group was not expected until later this month, shortly before the vote on Cable TV, which is dated for July 25. # # * Eugene Fautstjch, who tried unsuccessfully three times for a Cable TV franchise in Algona, announced Tuesday a franchise for Cable TV for the town of Fenton was approved by the Town/ Council by a • unanimous vote Monday evening. All four members on the council approved the franchise, which is exactly like the one at Estherville. He said the town had contacted him as far back as 1964 about installing Cable TV there. Burial here for formor Algonan Committal services were held here yesterday for Mrs. Edna Cole Nelson, 79, former Algonian, who died Sunday at Ames. She was the widow of Dr. N. L. Nelson, veterinarian connected with the Ames university and Allied Laboratories. She is survived by a sister and granddaughter. Pairings for sectionals are announced Pairings for the summer high school baseball tournament were announced last week. Sectional tournament games will be played at four sites — Algona Garrigan, Livermore, Lake Mills and Bancroft. . The championship in the Algona - Livermore sectional will be at Garrigan July 19 while the finals in the Bancroft - Lake Mills meet will be the same night. Scene at fatal car accident THIS WAS THE scene at the bridge 1% miles north of the highway intersection of 9 and 169 early Tuesday morning where William Jorgenson, 34 of Swea City, was killed in a one-car crash. Above view looks south and the 1962 Jorgenson Chevy is at right. The car was going in this direction'when it struck the northeast corner of the bridge, right. The machine spun around, hit the west side of the bridge and ended facing in the same direction as Jorgenson came. He was dead when found by passersby Floyd Sill and Bernie Miller, Burt. in Kossuth county. The fatality was the second of 1967 Photo by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst 4T Al.tiONA (iAKKMiAN. I.IVKRMOHK Al AlRnna ('.arrlgan Mallard vs. Altiina. .Inly I.', fi p.m. Hurl vs. byr. Winners mrrl .lul.r II. li p.m. Wrst Rrnd vs. Algimn <S»rrl*»n. July I'.', X p.m. C,ii \tith-\V(•«!(•> vs. hyr. Winners mrrl .Inly II, H p.m. .,,!-5ml(iiii«l.i»m«.July ...IS- i;:m p,"n.— Al l.ivmmirr Iliiiinr Valley vs. Twill Klvrrv July !•:. M p.m. l.nVrrni 1 VH. hyr. Wimiris mrrl .Inly II. X p.m. Kiilfi" vs. llnmhnlrit, .Inly I'!. 0 p.m. INiraluiiltas vs. hyr. , Winnrr* mffl .Inly II. *t p.m. Srmifinxl cainr .Inly P.. ':'•'•" p.m. Champiiinshlp finals .Inly <'•>• i :">» p.m.. at Algim* <iarr!(*it. AT HANCIKin ST. .IOHN, I.AKK MILLS Al Hani'l-oft SMCII «'ily vs. llanrrnfl SI. John. .Inly I'.'. H p.m. IlineMrd vs. hyr. Wlnnrrs mrrl .Inly II. X p.m. Tlliiiikvi vs. l.aknln. .Inly I'.', li p.m. Srnlral vs. byf. Winners mrrl .Inly II. II p.m. Srmlflnal janir .Inly II. ',:'••» p.m. Al l.akr Mills I,like Mills vs. Brill. .Inly I'!. K p.m. l-'nrrsl I'Uy vs. hyr. Winners mrrt .Inly II. X p.m. Tllnmpsiin vs. Wndrn-Cryslal l.akr. July I'.'. K p.m. <iarnrr vs. h.u 1 . Winners mrol July II. « p.m. Srmlfinal eanir .Inly II. 5:3M p.m. Championship Finals .Inly III. i::!n p.m.. al nanrrnll SI. John. PICNIC DATED The 16th district I. N. A. annual picnic will be held at the Call park next Monday at 6:30 p.m. There will be no August meeting. HWHII nunmi uiiuiiiiwiiHiiiMiiilnninnini Funeral services Hea »» hai1 al , ,j . j , xi Ledyard Saturday held today for Hrs.Clappsaddle Services for Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle, 55, Clear Lake, were held Thursday (today) at 9:00 a.m. at St. Vincent's Catholic Church, Clear Lake. Mrs. Clapsaddle, the former Leona Lichter, died Sunday at a Mason City Hospital. Surviving are her husband, four sons away from home, and a daughter at home. Other surviving relatives include 'brothers Leo Lichter, Algona, Walt, Algona; Joe, Algona; Al, Des Moines; Ed, Sand Point, Idaho; Anthony, Burt; and Magnus, Burt; sisters, Mrs. John N. Ludwig, Corwith, and Mrs, Don Berry, Waverly. She was a cousin to Don, Jack and Jill Clapsaddle, Algona. ,„,„ „„„„„ nmniinnnnnimuiinii niinniiiiillllliHil HiMiMiiuiuillHiiiniiiMlilliiiliiiiiilMMlimiiiMWMiiilli Farmers northwest of Ledyard in far north Kossuth county were busy replanting their fields after a heavy hail storm struck about 2 a.m. last Saturday, causing heavy damage to corn and bean fields. Many fields were 100 per cent losses. Farmers were replanting beans in hopes of some kind of a crop later this fall. The storm covered a wide path from East Chain, Minn, all the way to Buffalo Center and was a number of miles wide. STATERS WILL SPEAK Ledyard — The Legion Auxiliary will meet July 11 at 8 p.m. with Mrs. Everett Thompson and Mrs. William Bauman hostesses. New officers will be installed and both the Girls State representatives, Lynn Munyer, and the Boys State representative, Ray Govern, will speak. miniiiiiiiniiiiiiiimmmiiri— -•••" uinuluiiniiuiniiiiii Seek new building for Wesley P. 0. The Post Office department is seeking competitive bids for an improved building <to house its postal operations at Wesley, Postmaster General Lawrence F. O'Brien announced today. Under the department's lease construction program, a contract will be awarded to the bidder who designates an existing building suitable to the department's needs and agrees to improve it according to departmental specifications and then lease it to the department for a basic period of 5 years, with option to renew the lease for an additional 6 years. The department's capital investment will be limited substantially to postal equipment. The building will remain under private ownership, with the owner paving local real estate taxes. Bidding documents will be available on or about June 21, 1967 and may be obtained from Fred B. Agnew, Regional Real Estate Office, Post Office Department, Room 20-A, Main Post Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa 50318. The Real Estate Officer will supply bidding forms, specifications, lease provisions and other, information. Bids must be submitted to the Real Estate Office by July 31, 1967. is accident victim Tuesday A 34-year old Swea City area farmer, William .Jorgenson, died sometime between 5 and 6 a.m. Tuesday when his car struck a bridge 7V£ miles north of Bancroft on a country blacktop road. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst was notified and he went to the scene to investigate. Also investigating was assistant county medical examiner, Dr. R. D. Brainerd of Lu- Verne. He said death was due to massive internal injuries and a skull fracture. Jorgenson was driving his 1962 Chevrolet south on the blacktop, just l'/j miles north of the junction of highway 9 and 169. The machine struck the northeast corner of the bridge, flipped around and came to rest facing north on the west side of the highway, still on the bridge. First persons to discover the accident were Floyd Sill and Bcrnic Mjller, both of Burt. They were traveling north and were enroute to do a small building job when they spotted the car as they came over a small hill. THEY investigated briefly and then went to the neares^ farmhouse to summon an ambulance. It so happened the farm nearest the scene is owned by the dead man's brother, Bob .Jorgenson. The two men finally aroused Mr. Jorgenson and he discovered the body of his brother when they rushed to the scene. lUUNHMIUMHIUIIHIUHIIIIMIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIini IMMnniHIIIinnillllllinimnniininnininMtnnnnilimnilMniMininiinniniinnnnninnn Two injured when Class ot '07 holds reunion motorbike overturns Faulstich said there are about 200 potential customers at Fenton. The monthly service charge will be $4.95 but he said he had not decided on the initial in. stallation fee. "I hope to have the system in operation in between 30 and 60 days," he told the Advance Tuesday, "depending on how long it takes to get the equipment." He said the Cable TV will supply six channels, two from each network, plus FM radio. Heeling Monday on WUttemore golf Another meeting will be held Monday, July 10, at 8:30 p.m. at the Legion hall in Whittemore for all persons interested in the proposed golf club at Whittemore. Director Ed Elbert reports the 100 mark, and that a site Tnm was a state chammon on the blacktop one mile east high *hS m&r affiS <* Whittemore has been chos- -"" en for the •been employed with 9 con- _.. . -•„-^ v, * Sruction company. He will . »»wctor» will be on hand enter the military service in to answer all questions and VMK* .„., Accept new shareholders. PICTURED ABOVE are the members of the Algona high school Class of 1907 who attended their 60th reunion Friday July 30 at the Johnson House in Algona. They are, from left to right, Segrid Nelson Kohlhaas, Algona; E. Hazel Fuller Lusby, Algona; and Capitola Sample, Algona; standing, Lee Glaser, Englowood, Colo.; Lloyd T. Mitchell, Cedar Rapids; James A. Reid, Algona; and Hal Hudson, Titusville, Fla. The original class had 19 members, and 14 are now living. Seven attended the reunion. Six of the seven had a lunch Friday at the Lusby home in Algona, and then spent the afternoon together at the home of Capitola Sample. One of the members described their reunion as a "gab fest." Letters were read from Neva Patterson Potter, Portland, Ore., and they received a call from Florence Brown Clark, Ames. > Other living members of the AHS Class of 1907 are Raymond J. Bradley, Edna U. Cole, Elsie Glasier, C. Elizabeth Smith, and Lorena M. Ward. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Two teen-agers were injured Sunday afternoon when the Honda motorcycle they were riding overturned just east of the bridge along highway 18 east of the Four Corners. They were driver Phillip Thompson, 17 of Lone Rock and Phillip Specht, IB of Algona. Specht, a passenger on the machine, had right arm, knee and foot abrasions and Thompson had a broken collar bone and cuts and bruises. They were taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment. The accident occurred about 2:45 p.m. and was investigated by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst. They were headed east on highway 18 with three other motorcycles when Thompson turned around when someone yelled at him. He lost control of the machine, which overturned on the pavement and slid onto the south shoulder. The Honda had about $30 total damage. • LINDHORST also checked a one-car crash Saturday at about 11 a.m. in which charges were filed against two persons. The mishap occurred one mile south and two east of Swea City on a county gravel road. A car operated by Michael K. Smith, 14 of Wakhon, Minn, and owned by Kenneth Kollasch, Swea City, was heading south and' came to a dead end. The machine was going too fast to make the turn, according to Lindhorst, and went into the south ditch and rol- The radiator on the car was still steaming and thus it is believed the accident occurred within a half hour of when the Burt men arrived, which was about 6:05 a.m. Mr. Jorgenson was the second Kossuth county highway fatality during 1967. His car was a total loss and the bridge had about $50 in damage. His body was still in the car. He was thrown partially into the back seat from the impact of the crash. FUNERAL SERVICES will be held Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. for Mr. Jorgenson at Immanuel Lutheran church at Swea City. Rev. Julius Peterson will officiate and burial will be in the Harrison township cemetery. The Reese- Henry funeral home of Swea City is in charge. William Clarence Jorgenson was born Dec. 15, 1932 at Bancroft, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmert Jorgenson. He was educated at Ledyard and on Nov. 12, 1960, was married to Marilyn Swenberg at Fairmont, Minn. There are no children. Prior to that time, he had served in the Korean War, led over. Smith was charged Since their marriage, he farm- with having no driver's li- ed 3V£ miles northeast of cense and Rosemary L. Kollasch was charged with letting Swea City. His parents survive as dp an unauthorized person drive, three brothers: Milton, Wayne The 1967 Ford had an esti- and Robert, all of Swea City; ,~I~A ccrm *„*„! A „„ n jg wife . and Qne S j ster g e j' ty, Mrs. Edward Anderson of mated $500 total damage. BREAKS ARM Sherry Gilmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gilmore of Algona, suffered a broken arm Tuesday when she was thrown from a horse while taking horse rides at the Algona Country Club during the annual July 4th activities there. POT LUCK DINNER DATED The Republican Women.'s Club of Kossuth county will meet July 11 and a pot luck dinner will be held at the Ambrose Call state park. Concern With The Party will be the topic. PASTOR RESIGNS Rev. Billy Goodpasture of the Nazarene church has resigned and will leave August 1 for a charge at Glenwood. Sioux Falls, S. D. Kiilsholm and Ray to speak July 11 The Kossuth County Republican Women's Club invites all Kossuth County Republicans and their families to a potluck picnic at the shelter house in Call state park in Algona on Tuesday, July* 1J, at 6 p.m. Mr. Robert Ray, State Chairman of the Republican Party, and Mr. Karl Kiilsholm, State Representative from Kossuth county, will be the speakers. , Coffee and cold drinks will be furnished by the commit* tee. Mrs. Leon Martin of AJ- gona is in charge of arrangements. V

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