ST. ANN BIRTHS July 2f i. Mr. ahd Mrs. Jerry Breese, Bancroft, boy, 8 tb. 1 oz. Aug. 1 — Mr. and Mrs. Jay DaviS, Algona, girl, 6 1b. 9 oz. BUlLDtNQ PERMITS William H. Decker, repair gables, $50; Wibben Construe- tiott, construct duplex, $28,000. NEW COURT CASES Conservatorship of Sue Ellen Sdhissel; Verti Flo Corp. vs. Harold Jacobson, account, $210.27; Hugo H. BerninghaUs vs. Rudolph H. Berninghaus and others, partition NW'/< 21 and NV Z NE'/4 20-98-30. ALGONA WEATHER AI qona Hcmuth m^mmtmm^muimf . . , „, **•* • IM* rfBt MMT, OM, I, UN* Ml «f C0«e» MMK * llff tMf, « flfrn* Stato Historical dity, VOL. 47 - NO. 40 -THURSDAY, AUO. 3,IMP, ALOONA, IOWA Mi, « tUfm, IMM M8tt tBtoffe* 11 PAGES IN 3 SECTIONS nance nmm win rtimnHMitHHt itttthtimn mil i» ll^^ July 27 July 28 July 29 July 30 July 31 . Aug. 1 Aug. 2 WEDDING High 80 81 84 85 . 88 . 88 — Low 56 52 56 60 58 68 59 Rim 05 .22 .03 PERMITS Kenneth L. Egel, Algona, Peggy L. Michaelsen, Titonka: Randall Wagner, Dubuque. Linda Sands, Algona; Eugene Lieb, Margaret M. Yeoman, both Algona; Delpert R Lieu- ranee, Pamela S. Fagerlund, both Swea Cjty; Thomas J. Cahill, Fort Dodge, Coletta J. Streit, Whittemore; Gary E. Sprague, Altoona, Louise M. Faulstich, West Bend. -..., •i^. ST. ANN HOSPITAL July 25 — Kevin Fett, Algona, medical. July 27— Leota Barr, Algona, medical, ' July 28 — Karen Hardgrove, Algona, medical. July 30 — Geneva Dodds, Algona, medical; Anna Miller, Algona, medical. Aug. 1 — Sally Christenson, Algona, T & A; Kent Madison, Lone Rock, surgery; Wilhelmina Medin, Algona, medical. NEW VEHICLES Richard C. Koehler, Titonka, Bridgestone; Michael J. Christ, Lakota, Riverside; .Dboan. Kay or,'. Shirley ,.K. Young, Algona, Dodge p/u; Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., Ford Trk.; Floyd Earl Sill, Burt, Ohev. p/u; Edward John Eisohen, Algona, Ohev. p/u; Paul Raymond Irons, Algona, Chev. Van;. Monica Agusta Storr, Algona, Ford; Kathleen Ann O'DonneH, Lone Rock, Ford; Carl William Morck, Algona, Rambler; Richard Lee Kuecker, Algona, Plym.; Duane John or Phyllis Ann Sheppard, Algona, Olds; Clarence Richard or Cheryl Jane Harms, Algona, Pont.; Donald Herman Radig, Lone Rock, Chev.; William P. or Helen Bonnstetter, Whittemore, Rambler; Ralph J. or Virginia Huskamp Weisbrod, Feniton, Ford; Richard M. Wardell, Algona, Ford; Gifford Terry or Diane Rae Smith, Swea City, Ford; Clarence Emil or Dorothy Jean Kraft, Lone Rock, Ohev.; Dau's Garage, Algona, Olds; Colletlte Kockler, Bancroft, Ohev.; George Schrocder, Lakota, Merc.; John K. or Adelaide C. Harms, Titonka, Pont.; Dale L. Backhaus, Algona, Volte. MAYOR'S COURT Lloyd Sohaller. Algona, in- •toacatoon, $25; David Stein- btock, Bancroft failing U yield right of way, $14; Many Kathryn Miller, Algona, improper turn, $9; Jerel Witit kopf, fiignting, $10; George Steil, Algona, failure to have control, $10; Kenneth L Stall- reiber, Kanawha, failing U> have control, $10. ftUlvin Fabor back from Viol Nam Sgt. Melvin Faber has arrived home after receiving his service discharge. He served a year in Vietnam, with the 4th Inf. Div. following duty at Fort Ord, Calif., and a year at Fort Lewis, Wash. He was met in San Francisco, Calif, by his mother, Mrs. Florence Faber of Burt, who arrived via Western Airlines jet from Minneapolis on Friday, July 7. They spent some time visiting at the homes of Cyril Faber in Richmond, Calif., the Garry Neumans in Reems, Calif., and three days at the Joe Schumacher home in Colorado Springs, Colo. They arrived in Minneapolis on July 15 and were met there by Don Loews of Hayfield. Algona police investigate calls and thefts The Algona police department has received a number of complaints in the last several weeks about unidentified telephone calls to local women by a man who breathes heavily and then hangs up. The police also learned recently that someone has been stealing women's undergarments from clothes lines and homes. They have not, however, discovered any visible signs of entry into the homes, and they have no clues as to the identity of the person or persons involved in the calls and thefts. Police Chief Al Boekelman , .said that'if the persons arc to be apprehended, cooperation will be needed from the neighbors who might happen to see someone taking clothes from another, person's home. Such thefts usually have occurred while the housewives and family were not at home. Boeklman noted that similar incidents have occurred sporadically; for the last two to three-years. ' Clay Stapleton to speak here August 7 Clay Stapleton, football coach and new athletic director at Iowa State University at Ames, will be the featured speaker Monday August 7 at a buffet banquet for Kossuth Queen candidates at West Bend pool Four accidents over weekend in Kossuth THESE ARE THE eleven girls who participated in the swimming pool queen contest for the new West Bend pool From left'the candidates are Patty Berninghaus, Linda Bonnstetter, Sally Ehchelze, Nancy Freiden, Debi bie Profiling, Janet Montag, £uc Montag, Diane Shellhammer, Jody Schneider, Linda Thatcher, and Jeanette Vernia. At right is master of ceremonies William Baretch who prepares to announce the winner. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Swimmers to Cedar Falls I IINHMNNi|llllltlllllHI I ' '"""" ' ' IMIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMII """"" Illlllllllllllll lllimillllllBI tHHIIIinilllllHIIimtlliratHIIIIIIHIIHIIIimillHimnHnilimMlimill IIIIIMII • S Memorial flag pole here The Algona swimming team traveled to Iowa Falls Sunday, July 30, for the Iowa AAU Olympics jalnd Open Swimming and Diving Meet, members and ,ajid .P^ced^in fivei-events in Cyclone club f fiends: 1 •-->According to club president Dr. Jerry Shey, Algona, the dinner will begin at 7:00 p.m. at Van's Cafe. Reservations for the meeting can be made with Dr. Shey or any of the board members: Don Budlong, Titonka; Jim Everds, Algona; James Rock, Swea City; Owen Curry, LuVerne; Jim Mullins, Corwith; and Galen DeValois, Algona. ISU alumni, Cyclone club members and friends are invited to attend. Mower fires rock into girl's leg St. Joe — Frances Thul had the misfortune, while mowing lawn at her home Monday evening-to have rock picked up by the mower hit her leg. She was taken to St. Ann hospital, Algona out patient department, for medical aid. The rock was embedded in the leg and four stitches were needed to close the wound. Frances, daughter of the Eugene Thuls will be a senior at Garrigan this fall and had been detasseling with DeKalb. Mayne man coming to Kossuth fair Because of the rush of congressional business Congressman Mayne will not be able to make northwest Iowa fairs. However Milo Brabec, his district representative, will make the fairs for him and will be at the Kossuth fair Tuesday, Aug. 15. He will be available 'competition with about 500 other swimmers. In the men's open 200 meter breast-stroke, Jim Johnson placed third. Buckshot Nielsen won his qualifying heat and placed fourth in the boys 11 and 12 50 meter backstroke. Buckshot also swam in the boys 11 and 12 200 meter freestyle relay, with Paul Martin, Beanie Chrischilles and Shannon Lynch. They placed sixth. John Peterson won his qualifying heat and placed fifth in the boys 10 and under 50 meter backstroke. Cathy Straub, in the senior women's 100 meter backstroke, finished in fifth place. Swimmers who competed but did not place were Ryan Lynch, Sue Walker and Kevin Lynch. Eleven members of the team will be. attending, the State Amateur Athletic Championships at the Cedar Falls municipal pool this Saturday. Top swimmers from Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Muscatine and many other cities will participate in this annual event. Preliminaries will begin at 9 a.m., and the finals will start in the aftcinoon. Rtpublicin WMM to hold tab Mto The Kossuth County Republican Women will hold a bake sale Friday, Aug. 4, at the Fareway store from 10 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. All shoppers interested in delicious home* Waked goods are invited to stop. DR. AND MRS. John Kenefick purchased and had installed at the Catholic cemetery east of town on highway 18 the pictured memorial flagpole dedicated to the memory of serv- uic ice people who lost their lives in the service of their country. Also to be erected north of top the pole is a memorial plaque for their son, Terrence Stephen Kenefick It will read Ter- Tn werfi , 55 , 6Q h rence Stephen Kenefick. Lieutenant U.S.N. Born 26 Nov. 1935 Lost at Sea 23 April 1965 fly- t th / u * f fi acclden \, ing a S-8 Crusader Jet from the U. S. S. Forrestal off Norfolk, Va." The Forrestal was in and the 1962 Pontiac T ' the news this week as the result of a fire and explosion in which 129 men died. iiiimiililinilHiiuiiniiililin u in in urn u IMIIIIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIMIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII MiiimiiiMii HIIIIIIIIIIIHIMIMIMMMMIIIIMIIIIIMHMMIIKHIMIMIIIIHIIMIMI West Bend queen crowned PAUL PADGETT DIES Mrs. R. A- Johnston received word of the death Monday of her brother Paul Padgett, to answer questions and hear 62, at a hospital in Spring- views on problems before con- field; 111. Services will be held gress, and have people voice Thursday (today). Mr Padgett their opinions on events. had been in failing health for some time. He is survived by his wife and a step-daughter. He will be well remembered by many Algonans. 36 flnl h The Kossuth county chapter of the American Red Cross 'has scheduled a standard first aid course for ambulance and rescue unit attendants for Tuesday August 8 at 8:00 p.m. in the Algona city hall. The course will be taught by Irene Kollasoh, Kossuth county chairman of first aid for the American Red Cross. Thirty-six people have already been enrolled for the course. CORRECTION An ittm in the locale in Monday'* Advance •rron»oo»- ly reported th, d««th of Wilbur goeckholt of Garner, formerly of Algona, and who lived on the PeGraw farm. Mr. Boeckholt had a miner heart condition but if rtUaied from the hospital and it doing fine. The Advance regrets the error. The writer of the eolymn i$ on vacation and wai probably misinformed by 9 news source. City and county law officers were busy over 'the wcekeni! investigating four accidents which brought total estimated damages of $3849 to the sevc.i vehicles involved. The first accident occurred Saturday at 4:40 p.m. when cars driven by William G. Robinson, 40, Alpha, Minn., anil ' Ella Veronica Weaver, 71, of Lakota, collided a mile north of Lakota at the intersection of highways 9 and 169. The Weaver auto turned loft into the path of the Robinson car. Damage to Robinson's 1967 Ford pick-up was $289, and the Weaver 1963 Ford had $210 damage. She was charged with failure to yield the right-of-way. The second accident happened 4M> miles west of Bancroft Saturday at 10:15 p.m. on a county black top road when a car driven by Mary Frances Jensen, 18, of Ring- steel, slipped off the roadway into a ditoh and rolled over. The auto came to rest on its wheels. Mary F. Jensen and three passengers were all taken to Holy Family hospital at Es- thcrville. The other youths were Connie Cultberson, 18, Ringstcd, David Haagenson, 16, San Jose, Calif., and Vickie Jensen, 18, Ilingsted. THEY SUFFERED cuts and abrasions and neck strains. Damage to the Jensen 1964 Buick totaled $1500. Another one car mishap occurred at 10:20 p.m. that evening a mile north and three- fourth of a mile east of Sexton, when a car operated by Kenneth Lee Schreiber, 16, of Kanawha, went out of control on a gravel road and flipped end over end; landing on its top. Both Schreiber and Billy Weig, 13, Wesley, sustained cuts and bruises in the accident which totally demolished the 1960 Dodge in wihioh they were riding. Sohreiber was charged by Kossuth Deputy Sheriff Eppo Bultcn with speeding. Later Saturday evening at 11:15 p.m. a car driven by George Conrad Steil, 17, Algona, went out of control o.\ a curve three miles south of Algona and went into a ditch and rolled over. He suffered cuts and bruises. His 1958 Chevrolet had $500 damage, and he was charged with failure to have control of his vehicle. THE FOURTH weekend accident occurred Sunday at 5:07 p.m. on Commercial street in Algona. Louis W. Hiser Jr., 42, was stopped in a line of traffic when his auio was hit from behind by one driven by Mary Kathryn Miller, 16, Algona. The 1964 Hiser Oldsmobilo had $150 damage, while the .„...„ ... Miller 1963 Mercury sustained which an auto" driven ~by'~Ger'- f,^ d . atn ^e._No^ oneu wasjn- hard J. Myers, 58, rural Lu- Verne, ran off the road. Damage to Myers' 1964 Dodge was estimated at $500. Three injured in accidents here Aug. 1 Two accidents were investigated Tuesday, one in the northern and one in the southern part of the county. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood investigated the first accident rl'% mileV north of Swea City on a county black top. The mishap occurred at 12:45 p.m. when a car driven by Larry Dean Anderson, 16, Swea City, rolled over on the roadway. Injured in the accident were Larry Anderson, who sustained an abrasion on the left shoulder, William Lofstrom, 17, who had a bump on the head and abrasions and cuts on the back, and Robert Patterson, 15, who received a head cut, and abrasions of the right arm and shoulder. Anderson told Deputy Wood that he was driving north on the blacktop when Patterson, who was sitting next to him, reached over and grabbed the steering wheel. The car then swerved and rolled over on the roadway, landing on its Tempest station wagon was a total loss. Charges are pending. Later that afternoon, Highway Patrolman Tom Cogdall investigated an accident 3% miles north of LuVerne in l " tne ""snap, but Hiser was charged by the Algona police department with having no valid driver's license, and Miss Miller was charged with not having control of her vehicle. Services held Wednesday for Newman wins Hazel Anderson in * innin * s over Ft. Dodge WIST iiND MAYOR George Blake, right, is shown above as he crowns the Wert Bend swimming pool queen, Nancy Freiden, at ceremonies held Sunday July 30 for the dedication of their new pool. At left is master of ceremonies William Baretch. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Funeral services were held Wednesday at. 10 a..m. at Blake funeral home, Wesley, for Hazel Anderson, 74, who died July 31 in Missouri. She was a former Wesley resident. She was born November 18, 1892 in Missouri, and she and her husband" farmed near Wesley for.a number of years until his death in 1962 when the moved to Missouri. •A. brother, Lewis, in Missouri, is the only survivor. Student coincil to bold ear wash The Algona high school student council will hold a car wash Saturday, Aug. 5, beginning at 9 a.m. st BehT's Stand- With no hits off Ft. Dodge pitcher Jerry Spittal until the , last pitch of the game, Mason City Newman won a baseball game here Saturday evening which put that team in the state baseball tournament. Spittal pitched a no-hitter through the regulation seven innings, and in the first extra inning Rich Wolf of Newman hit a field single which was the only nit off the Dodger pitcher. That hit sent Ed Pit- zenberger in to score the winning run of the game. It was the 15th straight victory for the Newman ball club this summer. The Dodgers ended their season 13-1?. ard Station in Algona. Price Tne 8 ame w ?$ play ed o« the will be II for both interior Garrigan high school dia- and exterior cleaning. mond.
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