Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 25, 1967 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 25, 1967
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j*»&' ' • J. OTxTQ, 0 ^ f" *7 T ,-*«». "' "• <Vncft •• "i/ f JLOi'/ft Awards given for class displays iji Algona high school Homecoming dpjgiSfc fc __j fa .ifc aM ji,a^.,i. ^ —-*- «•- oti.fc-' jj.ii.. -»--"--'.^ -~t— ^ _ J - I ^ , , ._„. j frar mt fr-^--—. - J— _ _. ..^..^..jg. , . ,. ., _^ __„ ^ ,_ i rt •in 1111=—jfa^aaillattLfcfc^Mi—Jfc^—»_^ -Jjam ^... _,..._. ^_ ^ _ ^^^^-^_^ - .^^ - _ ,-.^ fi ,, a ,.-~;i|_ J|-| _ 1||i _ | _ | _ggjjij^^ ^^^^ | ^^^ i _™ -™^^^^^^ '•'• •' .$ 5$? 4 , . ,•$ ... ' .."^ •AT' < ,"i K1J o^SCr ( .jiSHBI«7JW. Brft« J>"iS- •>j8im &£"Ea • v m?fe;.. "CARRYIN' CLARION TO MPIAT* Plrst Place —Senior Class "BRAND Clau "PREPARIN' A VICTORY" Tie Per Third —Junior Clau "SINK 'EM" Tie For Third —- Frethman Clan tllHIimtMHMHItm *M(HM*lll(MNIHHtltMtltMmiti LLOAtgona.. News of familiw and newly married. cmipta who have recently movod to Algona. . Alqona Kesvuth County Mr. and Mrs. Richard Triy- chodzin live at the Trailer are newcomers to Algona having moved on the 1st of August from Gilmore City. Mr. Trzychodzin is a teacher to the Algona Public High School. Mr. and Mrs. Trzy- chodm 'live at the Trailer Court and they have one daughter, Stephanie who is two years old. The Trzychod- zins are members of St. Ce- cetta'g Catholic Church., Mr. and Mrs. Cary Lane are newlyweds since July and are making their home to Algona. 'Mr. Lane is a 1966 graduate of Algona and is an electrician with Utt Electrical Co. Mr. and Mrs; Lane live at 904 S. Minnesota and are memben of the Presbyterian Church. •".-• ' ' •• :<».*•,'..,':. Mr. and Mr». Dennis Bachman moved to Algona the 7tli of August from Iowa Falls * where Mr. Bachman was Deputy Sheriff of Hardin County there. They are now living at the Trailer Court and Mr. Bachman ,is an employee of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. Mr. and Mrs. Bach- main are members of the Congregational Church. is from Bancroft .and Mrs. Schneider is from Swea City. They are memben of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. • 0 0 Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Martin moved to Algona in August from Wesley and are. living at the Trailer Court. Mr. Martin is an employee of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. Mr. and Mrs. Martin, have two children, Jimmy 4 and Lisa 3 years old. They are memben of St. Cecelia's Cath- one Church. .:'*** Newcomers to Algona ' are Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Ripley who moved to Algona in Judy from Ottumwau Iowa. Mr. Ripley is employed in the office at We&denhoff Corp. Mr. .and Mrs. Ripley make their home at 318 S. Harlan St.: J ••••••• •;"•-.:•'.' ••'•• . -•-•'.• ;'• '• * • * / •• ,, . Mr. and Mrs. Juan Calvo are .newcomers to Algona having moved here the 18th of August Iran Miami, fte. Mr. Calvo is the Spanish Profesor at the Public High School. Mr. and Mrs. Caivo have two married children, a daughter, Rosa Marie who liveg to New York and a son t IflMfl ^a) Af^a^M t^an* WWII aw^MMiM IMM*^ tirt *»J •• iw*f «w n^sOTHjf •tJtm •MPvi f ^•wiTKjsf unovr flCf fJF VOL. 67 — NO. 74 — MONDAY, SEPT. 25, 1967, ALOONA; IOWA — 10 PAGES IN 1 SECTION Unusual plant ' S. of St. ^Church. ' luid are mernbers Cecelia's Catholic Mr., and Mrs. John Nordman moved to Algona on the 7th of August from Alia, la, Mr. Nordman teaches school at Bryant .and. Mrs. Nordman teaches at Luda Wallace. The Nordmans live at 1206 E. State to Algona and are members of the .Trinity Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Elbert are newlyweds since July and are living at the Trailer Court. Mrs. Elbert is from Lone Rock and is a member of the Lutheran Church, Mr. filbert is employed at Wead- enhoffs and ia a member of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. •••', '. • ' iM |B MiQRie Medm dies Wednesday dies Thursday at hospital Mr. and MTB Edward Wertjes ST., who Hve at 204 W. College St. Mr. and Mrs. Wertjea moved to Algona from Blue Earth on the 16th of August. Mr. Wertjes is retired and they have 4 children, Marvin, nufcried and farming to Titonka; 'Edward, Jr. who recently graduated from Ames and is working in Des Moines; and two daughters living to Lakota and to Fremont, Nebr. Mr. and Mrs. Wertjes attend the Reform Church to Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lippirv cott are new residents to Algona having moved to Algona on August 18 from Mason City. Mr. Lippencott is the Service Supervisor for Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. Mr. and Mrs. Lappincott have four daughters, Kim, 12V4; Becky, 11%; Missy, 9; and Kelley, 7. The lippincoU family are members of St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Mr. and Mrs. Kan Egel ara newlyweds who are living to Algona. Mr. Egel is associated with the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. and Mrs. Egel is a 'Legal Secretary for Shumway, Kelley and Fristedt. The Bgets live at 208 E. Call St. in Algona and are members of the Baptist Church, Newcomers to Algena since the 26th of August are Mr, and Mr*. WUbert Thee and family who reside at 131$ E. Elm St. Mr. and Mrs. Thee have three children, Douglas who Its to the' service; Pam, a Senior in the Algona Public High School; and Jeffrey, 5 years old who is to kindergarten. Mr, Thee is a Nutrena Territory Representative .having moved to Algona ffgm Hartley, la. The Thee's ar«j members of the Missouri Synod Church. *« t Mr, and Mr». Mtrlt Halvtr. ion are newly weds living |n Algooa since the 26 of July. Mr Halverson is from Fenton and Mrs Halversou mjde her home in Blue Earth, ifton. Mr. •Ml lie. Halverson Uve it 3WVi S. Harlin, Apt. 7 and are members of the Trinity Lutheran church. Mr. Halver- •m is a welder ai * * * ~ JSLrfJ 11 * ^I'EW 1 " ; 'i^«^^t»K"wiiww-. Schneider are newlywedj who ary from Mozambique, Africa «.i»«*I.AI-.*.*!,,.* ^--i&nFwmttt tne Nugrenf; 716 McGregor on Sept. ?« at 7:30 p.m. new men Marne Parrott named queen on township ASCcommJttees Farmers in Kossuth coun- , ty retained 56 Agricultural 1 Stabilization and Conservation Service Community Committeemen and elected 28 farmers who were not on committees in the 1966-67 year at the annual election held Tuesday. ' Farmers elected in each township are: (New members indicated by *) Buffalo — George F. Alke, Wesley; 'Henry Radmaker, Titonka; Arthur Rode, Titon- Burt — 'Dean Culbertson, Lone Rock; Robert Angus, of Burt; * Russell Patterson, of Burt. Cresco -f- Howard M. Long, Algona; 'Harold M. Sabin, Algona; 'Marvin D. Kremer, Algona. Eagle — Arnold L. Duer, of Armstrong; Virgil D. Tokhe- Jrn ! *'"' l Afrno»rAri*- * Tarnaa T\ A CALL TO the Advance office that "tomatoes were found growing on a potato plant" at the Leslie Denton farm produced the above picture. Shown is Mr. Denton who farms north of Algona on Route 1. A check with Galen De- Valois, Extension Director, showed that while they were not tomatoes, the plant was st> v an unusual phenomenon. The small round objects were t "true seed" of the potato, which rarely come above the ground. Mr. DeValois stated that there had been more of these produced this year for some reason. Carl Goetseh, SlofAlgona, Funeral services for Wilhelmina Dorthea Medto, 80, of Algona, were held Friday morning at the Naxarene church to Algona. Rev. Ray Cox "officiated and McCul- tough'ft funeral home was in charge of arrangements. 'Burial was to Riverview cemetery. Serving as pailbear- ere were Lloyd Bohanan, Alden MoAdims, Walter Bleich, BUI Hilton, Vincent Oxley an«l Alfred Anderson.. She died at St. Ann hospital Wedjyefday morning. She was bom in Algona on March 26, 1887, daughter of Carl and Sabena Medto Known ai "Minnie" by her many friends, she was never married and lived her entire *ife in AJgonty VtiwMedin taught in several achoots in Kossuth County for many years. • She is survived by two sister*, Mrs Judith Duon of Great F*lis, Moni »n4 Mrs John Swanson, Swea Qty; one brother, Sam Medin of Hackenwck, Minn. One brother preceded her in de*th. Funeral services for Carl H. Goetseh, 61, of Algona, will be held Monday afternoon at 2 p.m. to the Trinity Lutheran Church in Algona. Rev. Paul Sohn will officiate and burial will be in Riverside cemetery Six nephews will serve as pallbearers. McCuUough's will 'handle the arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. Goetseh were fishing at Lake Okoboji, Thursday and Mr, Goetach was stricken and died almost immediately. He moved to All gona from UVerne to 1961 and had been employed by the Chicago It Northwestern railroad for the past 25 years. He was horn F<*». 16, 1906 alt Bloonungton, DJ., son of Oar} and Anna Goetach. Hie wti married to Lucille Howe at Op** Fail* in 1937. She survives aj well as one daughter, Mrs. Duane Riley of Algona. Another daughter died in infancy. Also surviving are 11 brothers and sisters: Hirry, Water, k>o; Wiiisro, Fred and Artie, »; Pehnar, San Fran- Bertha, Mrs. Ernest ndorf, Bancroft; Luetta, Mrs. Howard McCrady, CallendAr; Hilda, Mr«. Andrew NieUs^n, Veniur*; Anna, 'M»s. George Kraft, Northwood; lire. Florence Bowers, Waterloo; and Mrs. Esther -jfttani, Calif. One preceded him in Two arta mm •Itclod Friday Harold Gartner, Titonka mayor, was elected president of the League of Iowa Municipalities at Des Moines, replacing Burlington councilman Milton Schoell. And Orren Olson, 54 of Bode, was elected president of the Iowa Association of Electric Co-operatives also at Des Moines Friday. James D. Armstrong. -Frank Dreyer, Lone Rock; Raymond H. Dreyer, Fenton; 'John M. Munch, Fenton. , Garfield — B. J. Anliker, Wesi Bend; Clair Reding, Ottosen; Clinton Stetzel, West Bend. German — 'LeRoy Bruns, Ti tonka; 'Kenneth Brandt, TV tonka; Evert J. Sleper, Titonka. Grant — Morris Quam, of Swea City; 'Ralph E. Angle. Swea City; James L. Macker, Swea City. Greenwood — *Frank M. Kramer, Swea City; Joseph F. Fangman, Bancroft; Marvin J. Vaske, Bancroft. Harrison — Marvin Simons- meier, Swea City; 'Walter L. Peterson, Swea City; Earl C. Kvamsdale, Swea City. Hebron — 'Andre G. Torkelson, Elmore; * Ralph Mastin, Elmore; Edwin Naumann, Elmore. Irvington — Edward AT- end, Algona; Joe A. Divis, Lu- Verne; Bob Mayer, Algona. Ledyard — Arlowe Blome, Swea City; Ted Thilges, Lakota; 'Ronald Heetland, Lakota. Lincoln — Carl W. Boehm, Lakota; Menno Limberg, Buf- , falo Center; Louis R. Wingert, Buffalo Center, Lotts Creek — Orville P. MARNE PARROTT, Algona high school Homecoming queen of 1967, is shown being congratulated by 1966 queen Connie Derbyshire during AHS Homecoming festivities Friday night. Miss Parrott is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Dean Parrott of Algona and a senior at Algona. Her activities include FHA, Pep Club and cheerleading. She was crowned prior to the Friday night game after Dean Teeter and Bill Boldridge gave the Welcome and Response on the stage and the four queen candidates were introduced. Miss Parrott's court included Debbie Kelley, Donna Fisher and Niki Wegner. Also announced were winning displays and the Seniors won first. All displays are pictured above. Photo by Bill Bray. i|IHIHINm*MHMIIIHUHI||iHMMUHIMIMMIHIMMHIMIMIIMHIIMIIHIIIIIHHM«MIIHIIMMIIIIIMMMIIft Muller, Whittemore; Dick Kuecker, Algona; 'Joe Kollasch, Whittemore. LuVerhe — Edwin Marty, Corwith; Owen Curry, Lu- Verne; 'Frederick Will, Corwith. Plum Creek — Ronald Gardner, Algona; Harold E. Bode, Algona; 'Michael P. Schmidt, Algona. Portland — Rollo Moore, Titonka; 'Ervin Eimers, Burt; Ralph Carlson, Burt. Prairie — Dan E. Froehlieh, LuVerne; 'Marvin M. Eischen, Algona; James A. Rosenmey- UIIMIIIIIIllMllltlUi Mail appeals for hospital A SiQUP OP volunteer ladies working at St. Ann Hospital Campaign Headquarters were caught by the photographer as they were busily engaged in helping to form the mailing list which will enable the program to reach everyone in the county not contacted personally by the campaign workers. Mrs. C. J. McEvoy, president of the hospital Auxiliary, standing, is shown giving direction to the group. The ladie* assisting her, from left to right, ire: Mrs. Marie Lampright, Mrs. Ann Bleich, Mrs. McEvoy, Mrs. Milton Bilyeu, Mrs, Helen fMtestuck, kucUle Big, Mrs. Charles Sheakley, Mrs- Don McCarthy, Mrs. Wm. Batt, Jr., and Mrs Elizabeth er, Corwith. Ramsey — Rudolph M. Rahe, Bancroft; Kenneth J. Heldorfer, Bancroft; "Leon B. Dumstorff, Bancroft. Riverdale — Hubert O'Brien, Bode; Bernard Thilges, Bode; 'Peter C. Reding, Bode. Seneca — Herbert M. Krause, Fenton; Victor Struecker, Fenton; Clarence Osborn, of Fenton. Sherman — Carl E. Swanson, LuVerne; Harry Naffziger, Lu Verne; Thomas Bormann, Livermore. Springfield — 'Duane Darnell, Ledyard; Elmer Anderson, Elmore; 'Jeremiah Sullivan, Ledyard. Swea — Laurel Peterson, Swea City; 'Morris Johannesen, Armstrong; 'Bernard Verbrugge, Armstrong. Union — James D. Landhorst, Algona; Donald K. Strayer, Burt; 'Duane C. Ditt- nter, Lone Rock. Wesley — George Detmering, Wesley;' Bui Goetz, Wesley; 'George Lickteig, Wesley Whittemore -, Albert F. Kramer, Whittemore; Dennis C. Weber, Whittemore; Charles P. Origer, Whittemore. SI, Ann rucks 1198,000 Th* St. Ann heipitfl fund drive tdtHKl dottr t<> tht 99*1 of 1209,000 Satyrday •f mort rtporH from work- in ««m* into tht hfadquar- tffi«t in Atftna. At Hit t of riif fint w«*k'i activity in Hit gtifttra) c«n- plfd^ad; ttttfrs to Hiott not cent«ct«d pfrten- illy by w«rkf r» 99 oyt thii w*tk ind it if hp|M»d final rtpjutt fr«m bt pncf sj fil tnif Two young pooph injured whon pickup flipi Two Algona young people were skinned and bruised but escaped serious injury when the 1951 pickup truck driven by one of them went out of control as it approached a bridge and flipped over on its top. The accident occurred IVz miles south of Algona on the Irvington road about 10:30 p.m. Thursday. Driver Victoria Siemer, 18 of Algona, had cut and skinned legs and passenger Roger Sankey, 16, Algona, had a bump on the head. Both received treatment at St. Ann hospital. The truck was owned by Clarence Siemer and was a total loss according to Eppo Bulten, deputy sheriff, who investigated. Miss Siemer was going down a hill and lost control of the truck as it approached the bridge, She was charged with failure to have control of vehicle by Bulten. Oar Mi tlnr mar THoaka A steer owned by Titonkg farmer Cliff Krsnt? w»s Mfc led Friday night when struck by 9 car driven by Denni* Franzen, 18 of Titonki, on i county blacktop road, 9 miles south and one-hglf, Wfft of Titonkj *boii| 7:30, fcm, Fran* zen was going west and W$ the Black Angys steer whicja was. on the highway. Ht was not injured, but the car driving and own#dby Franzen had |175

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