Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 9
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Win stock car trophies NIW COUHT CASH Murray elevator Inc. v«. Arthur Doyle, acct, $2924.80; Josephine Ditch vs. John A. Ditch, divorce. ALOONA WEATHER Aug. 23 Aug. 24 Aug. 25 Aug. 28 Aug. 27 Aug. 28 Aug. 29 Aug. 30 High 81 — _ 84 84 82 __J_ 73 ___. 83 81 — Low 80 62 57 58 45 48 59 49 Rain .48 .01 .58 BUILDING PERMITS Francis McVay, remodel kitchen, $900; Mrs. Margaret Lynch, construct garage, $.1300; Gordon Schmidt, construct addition, $9,000; Max Bartholomew, reshingle house, $380; James Heiderscheidt, repair and reshingle house, $100. ST. ANN BIRTHS Aug. 22 — Mr. and Mrs. Larry Evers, Whittemore, girl, 8 Ib, 4>/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Measaros, Irvington, girl, 7 Ib. IK oz. Aug. 25 — Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krull, Burt, boy, 7 Ib. 4% pz. Aug. 28 — Mr. and Mrs. Chris Miller, Algona, girl, 6 Ib. 14Vfe oz. PICTURED ABOVE are the men and trophies representing the top racers for the 1967 season at the Kossuth Speedways. At left is Howie Stephenson who accepted Gene Schattschneider's trophy for third place. Center is championship winner Butch Householder, and at right is Danny Rueth who accepted the hardware on behalf of winning driver Del Stokke. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. WEDDING PERMITS Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shoppard Mrs. EvoraH Crossor has spent Sunday with the latter's returned to her home after brother Simon Henry and at spending several weeks in _ John C Wickett Nancv Lee Whittemore with her brother- Early where she was called be- the death of her brother Rein- McGuire, Bancroft, Jean Kar- _.«.•-,*. j pK Ruffaln Cpntpr- Richard Mr. and Mrs. Emit God' W Lavrenz filrt Sheri E *«*>*»* were in Des Moines hart Miller, 74, who died after Arndorfer Algona- Keith E •!»* week to be with Dick God' four weeks hospitalization fol- SimHp Forest Citv' Joan Mil fredson, son of Ernie when he lowing a severe heart attack, ler ElmorJohn J Sturm ** ^ ™* Mer ^8^ at Her sister, Miss Gertrude Mil- Armstrong,'Marlene'A.Fe?i ^e Veterans hospital. He ^..{"^""JfJ^'JJWl* Mankato- Kenneth making good recovery. the time their brother was tak- Mankato, Kenneth ^"^ Mrfc Lw)J SHv . n en ill, is improving nicely. went to Iowa Falls Sunday to Mr. and MM. James Walk- see Gilbert Benschoter who er, Algona, are parents of a has had surgery and is mak- girl born August 21, at St. ing good recovery. Ann hospital. She weighed 6 Mr. and Mr*. Konnath Par- Ib. 13 oz., and has been nam- rish and family spent Thurs- ed Kelly Marie. She has three day, Friday and Saturday at 'brothers and one sister at guson Strayer, Eunice Riebhoff, both Algona. MAYOR'S COURT Floyd Salisbury, Armstrong, stop sign, $10, speeding, $10; Ardeen Mae Sampson, Algona, speeding, $10; Melyin L ,the'lowa State Fair. They re- home. The grandparents are Armstrong, Wesley, fighting, $15; William L. Dau Jr., Al- Terinessee Ernie Ford Mr. and Mrs. James Walker and his group were received Sr., and Rose Kraft, of Lone gona, stop sign, $5; Greg witn gre)at enthusiasm. Rock. Her great-grandmother, Charles Fox, Algona, follow- JoaSimpkins of Miami, Fla. Nettie Fisher, resides at the has been a guest of Mr. and Good Samaritan Home, Algo- Kenneth Fairish. na. ing too closely, $5; Larry J. Taylor, Algona, speeding, $10;,, Joe Kemme, Whittemore; pub- > and battery, $10; Anthony Wf Bradley, Algona, speeding, $10. : NEW VEHICLES MIMMHItlltnmmiMINIMHIIHtHtflllllMIHimmiMMIMrlMMmMIMtl Milo Johnson new owner of Murray Elev. After over 70 years in business in Bancroft, the Murray Elevator Was purchased on Friday, Aug. 25 by Milo Johnson, bookkeeper at the elevator for the past twenty years. The Murray regime began with Joseph Murray, father of the late Arthur W. Murray, who operated what was known ns the South Elevator. His son, Arthur purchased the Farmers Elevator and the two branches were combined. Joseph D. Murray and Donald W. Murray assumed man-, agernent in November, 1948 at the time of .their father's death. The new owner will take possession on Friday, September 1. Mr. Johnson is engaged in large farming operations on his farms four miles south of Bancroft, and recently installed a new cattle feeding setup there. He will assume full management of the elevator, while maintaining the present employees. They include Wilbur Fox, assistant manager and Pioneer seed corn sales manager; Gene Wolf, north elevator manager; Lamont Jansen, feed salesman; Mrs. Richard Mescher, bookkeeper and George Louis Reilly submits to surgery Louis Reilly of Algoha, for* ftter Lone Rock man, submitted to major surgefy at the pic* klnson County Memorial Hospital in Spirit Lake on Wednesday. August 16. He expects to be released this week. • , Mr. Reilly, New York Life Insurance salesman, recently qualified as a member of the Company's 1967 Star Club. No chirps in backing accident No charges were filed in an, accident which occurred Monday at 8:30 a.m. and involved the autos of Wendy Sue Gardner, 17, rural Algona, and Dr. Leroy Irving Strohman, 33, Algona. . Dr. Strohman's auto struck the parked Gardner car as Strohman was backing out of his driveway on South Roan Street. The Gardner 1962 Chevrolet had $85 damage to the right rear door while the Strohman 1967 Chevrolet had some $75 damage to its right rear fender. Dale erosion control on highway 44 Ames — The Iowa State Highway Commission will take bids at the letting Sept. 8 for two primary road construction projects in Emmet and Kossuth counties. The Kossuth project is for 15.6 miles of erosion control on Iowa 44 from U. S. 18 north and west to the Emmet county line. The Emmet project is for a .continuation of this erosion control work on Iowa 44 from the Kossuth county line west to Iowa 43, a distance of 1.9 miles. Wedding reception for Howard Funks Mr. and Mrs. Howard Funk were honored at a wedding reception Aug. 19 at the Trinity Lutheran church parlors. They were married July 22 in the Congregational church, Rosendale, Wis. Mrs. Funk is the daughter of the Dean B. Schafers, Rosendale, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Funk, parents ttoifta (l*w«) Miser . THUSDAY. AUO. 31. 1W w*i ptmittA by Mn. Muy tta* anaite brvdV* ma«*r -Mrs. Pftul tteuef and B*fti«e cut the cd». Mertx, Kay and YTonh* Btn- '-— -* •»* ------- -»•"• itrniiijM . •*•— •*' wMi« uarnicn MOINB MKI Patty Schutier. Luann Henrifcioft, Mary B*nwtrt, Judy Wlrtx ind tt •nt Metayer were at the gift ^^ I " Married at West Bend iFotiowlfig i wedding trip to [Like Okoboji and Cotondo, Mr. *nd Mra. Bmwart are it home *t 2009 We* Pike's Peak, Apt 1, Cbfando Spring*, Colo. 80904. The bride war graduated bun k the Weal Dcnd High School and Briar Cliff Ool* tage, and the groom from West fiend High School and A1B in Des MoineB. He to presently serving with the U. S Air Force, DOCTOR — Monticello's dean of professional men, Dr. C. G. Thomas, has practiced medicine in Monticello the past 53 years. Dr. Thomas observed his 80th birthday there Aug. 5 and still is active. turned to St. Joseph school of nursing aft Sioux City alter a few days vacation here. She will enter upon her senior year. Mr. and Mrs. Harvay Johnson spent last week Wednesday till Sunday at Des Moines T of Howard, hosted the recep- jonnson. ..,;tion, assisted by several co'•""". " hostesses.'The Couple will live Bruc* L. K«il FT. BENNING, GA. (ATM- NC)— 'Private Bruce L. Keil, 25, son of the Maurice Keils, Donald C. & Gail C. Haaso, Algona, Triumph MC; Martin E. & Barbara J. McGuire, Lakota, Ford p/U; American Oil visiting with the latter's cous Lakota, "received" the "alrtny Co., Algona, Ford Tr.; Ray- in and wife, Mr. and Mrs. parachutist badge Aug. 9 up- mond Albert Poeppe, Algona, Cecil Winingham. They also on completion of the Infanltry FordTr); Doanna S. Potthoff, visited Truman Simpson and school's three-week airborne Algona, Pont.; Lamont J. or Henry Fuller at the Veterans course a t Ft. Benning, Ga. His Leta Johnson, Swea City, hospital Truman was to have (training which included five Plyirt.; Patricia A. Conn, Al- surgery. - gona, Plym.; Linda Kay Smidt, Kay Shovar of tha Haad Titonka, Ford; Pearl May or start program here and as- William Henry Ricklefs, Ti- sociaited with the Algona tonka, Buick; Gerald John school system has gone to Ferris, Algona, Merc.; Gilbert Ankeny to teach. She had D. or Etta DeBoer, Ledyard, been living in the Roy Hut- Chev.; lola Holm Wicks, Algo- zeH apartment which is now na, Rambler; Leander James occupied by Helen Comfort. Seefeld, Wesley, Dodge; Den- Mr. and Mr«. Carl Hanson nis D. Tjelle, Elmore, Ford; John Harold Ricklefs, Titonka, Buick; Vanda Caecilia Pfeffer, Wesley, Ford; Kossuth Motor Co., Algona, Chev.; Wayne Koppen, Elmore, Buick. ST. ANN HOSPITAL Aug. 22 — Sadie A. Mawds naive had as guests several days the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Leonard of Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. R«x Taylor have been visited by Mf. and Mrs. John Pfile of Alexandria, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elbtrt jumps from a C-130 airplane flying at 170 miles an hour at an altitude of 1,250 feet, qualified him as a parachutist. He also had strenuous physical conditioning. His wife, Carol, lives at 9201 NicoJlet Ave., S. , Minneapolis, Minn. He received his B. A, degree in 1965 from Mankato (Minn) ley, Algona, medical; Jill Ben- have recently visited their son, Algona, medical. , son and daughter-in-law, Mr, Aug. 23 — Sharon Skilling, »«* Mrs. William filbert, at Algona, nursery care; Marie Minneapolis, Minn. They had formerly lived at Albuquer Blass, Milford, medical. Aug. 26 — Ada Vogel, Burt, medical; James Black, Algona, medical; Doris Widen, Corwith, medical. Aug. 27 — Charles Schneider, Bancroft, medical; Marlon Wilson, West Bend, medical. Aug. 21 — Nelda Finn, Algona, medical; Dean Wehr- span, Whittemore, medical. New il toad Fiititm Tom Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Anderson of Algona, will start employment with Read's Furniture Tuesday, Sept. 5, it was announced this week by Chalmer Read. Mr. Anderson attended college in Missouri for 3Va years and lately has been employed with Phillip Morris at Toledo, Ohio. He will be married in February. SEE NEW Jim Schenck and Andy Hudson of Percival Motors Inc.. went to Minneapolis Monday to see the new Dodge cars croft"^ handled and trucks (Monday) and new tion. Chryslers (Tuesday). que, New Mex. and made the change in location last May. Mr. and Mrs. Charlas Sen- lievert and family attended .the Iowa State fair Wednesday and Thursday at Des .Moines and also visited Mr. and Mrs. John Welch and Mr. and Mrs. William Snodgrass at Mount Vernon. Christina Fishar, Sioux City, visiting at the Virgil Spencers and Ted Fishers, her grandparents, will leave Sunday for her home. While here Christine accompanied by Cathy and Chuck Spencer were passengers in a car driven by John Clark which was involved in a one-car accident north of Sexton. Christine received glass cuts from which she has recovered. John Welp farm sold to Tigge* Mr. and Mrs". Marvin Tigges of ,Burt have purchased the 184-acre farm located south of Bancroft on Highway 169 from owner John J. Welp. Laroy J. Hainan FT. KNOX. KY. (AHTNC)— Army Private First Class Leroy J. Heinen, 23, son of the Charles F. Heinens, Route 1, Algona, completed armored personnel carrier training Aug. 12 at Pt. Knox, Ky. During the course, he was -trained to drive the Ml 13 armored carrier over varied and rugged terrain. He also learned how to fire the vehicle's armament, operate the communications system and perform basic repairs. William L. Millar FT, LEONARD WOOD, MO. (AHTNC) — Army Private William L. Miller, 20, whose parents, the Lawrance O. Millers, and wife, Phyllis, live in LuVerne, completed a cooking course at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., Aug. 18. During the course, he was trained in cake and pastry baking, meat cutting, and learned to prepare and serve food in Army RECEIVES AIR MEDAL Specialist 5th Class Gregory Arrowood, of Algona, was awarded the air medal on the 2nd of August in the Republic of Viet Nam. The award is given for meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight in support of combat ground forces. He entered the service in December, 1965, and is presently station with the 188th Aviation company as a crew chief on a helicopter. mess halls and in. the field. Ronald E. Woiland FT. LEONARD WOOD, MO. (AHTNC)—Army Private Ronald E. Weiland, 19, son of the Raymond R. Weilands, Route 2, Wesley, completed a wheeled vehicle mechanics course at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Aug. 18. During the course, he was trained to repair internal combustion engines and wheeled vehicle chassis components. Instruction was given in the fundamentals of electrical and transmission systems. in Milwaukee, Wis., both are .employed. where TOADS — David, Dianna and Lynn Wilson, Ankeny youngsters, have their hands full hand-feeding 25 baby horned toads after their "mother," Herman, took off fol lowing their birth. In a late summer wedding on Saturday, August 12 at 5:00 p.m. Miss Kathleen Susan Blair, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Glenn Blair became the bride of Les Banwart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Silas Banweurt. The double-ring ceremony, eA St. Peter and Pauls' church, was a nuptial High Mass, performed by Rev. Louis Greying. Joan Blair, the bride's sister served as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Barb Ehlers, Storm Lake, roommate of the bride and Margaret Reiter, Ellsworth, Minn. The groom was attended by his brother Franklin Banwart of Lake Mills, as best man and groomsmen James Blair, USN, brother of the bride and James Frey, of Des Moines. friend of the couple. Organist Mrs. George Falber accompanied the soloist Janeen Smith of Spencer and Janice Heltman of Holstein. The ushers were Steven Blair, brother of the bride and James Banwart, brother of the groom. Acolytes were Alan Blair, the bride's brother and John Mertz, Tom Bleuer, Paul Mertz, cousins of the bride. 'Mrs. George Bierstedl served as the bride's personal attendant, .'.'. ... '.., -O,-.--.; ,-.--.' 'Following the ceremony a buffet and reception for the couple and the 300 guests, was held in the church parlors. Hosts and 'hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. John Mertz, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwart. Dining room 'hostesses were 'Mrs. Don Blair and Mrs. Lil- Phete by Gltnn's Han Mertz. Mrs. Steven Blair had the guest book. Faith Mertz and Mary Jeanne Mertz dipped punch. Mrs. Holland Bleuer and Caroline Banwart poured coffee. The 4 tiered wedding cake ARE COUNTRY SFT f.lRI.S SPOILED? ABSOLUTELY! Burt Mrs. Goorfl* Haweott Guests Fyday at the C. W. Heerdt hom'e were the George Mankes, Champaign, III., cousins of Mr. Heerdt. Mrs. James Mueller, Draper, S. D., was a guest Monday and Tuesday. WSCS of Good Hope Methodist church will have a Guest Day Friday. ^www^w^^w ^^r^F^F^sn Typewriters SALES-RENTALS-SERVICE: OFFICE SUPPLIES, WO. KINDS Scfcool ie4y eal Estate, Ban- the transac- Office plays "this is the way we go to town" in black and white tweed, the: shirt in 1 pale yellow with a bold paisley tie. Slightly English and madly wearable. SHEAKLEYS "Women's and Children's Fashions" SEE BACK PAGE OF TODAY'S PEACH FOR BIG USED CAR SALE TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 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