Stat,u Historical Sodiet;/ Iowa City, X WEDOINQ PIKMITS M Roger Mirtter, Sebethi, Kans,, ilene R. Gefber, West Betid; Ronald Larson, Omaha, Linda Nitz, Ledyard; Willis D, Bollinger, Lone Rock, Diane M. Vaske, Bancroft. BUILDING PERMITS John Snere, sidewalk; Seeley, Bradley, and Bode, construct duplex, $26,000; R. H. Tietz, dwelling, $18,000; V. L. Gunder, remodel, $1000; B. Wibben, duplex, $28,000; John Kain, sidewalk, NEW COURT CASES Lorraine Schoby vs. Fred Schoby Jr.; Violet Miller Sorensen and Shirley Runksmeier vs. Wesley Pirsig, Alma Hagedorn, Dora Pirsig, Walter Miller, J. A. Bartlett, Stanley E.' Dodge and Edna Conners, construction of will. ALGONA WEATHER High Oct. 25__:_44 Oct. 26-1__36 Oct 27 .1:_36 Alqona MM* m MMM MM MM», o* I, tfM, * Atom, IMM tttlt i VOL, 47 ~ NO. 15 - THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1967, A LOON A, ^AAvanc PAGES IN 3 SECTIONS ^^^ ^^ Lew 36 25 28 15 32 31 23 35' Prtep. .02 .13 .16 .52 Trace KARL R. HOFFMAN, Algona, was one Of 17 Iowa dentists awarded life membership certificates in the American Dental Association at the annual convention held this week in Washington, D. C. The certificates go to dentists who have been members of district, state and national 65 years of age. J9-__42 Oct. 30 __.;_ 41 Oct. 31 ir^ 52 Nov. 1 -_- — MAYOR'S COURT Phyllis L! Ebersole, Toledo, la., failure to yield right of way, $10; Charlene L. Leonard, Emmetsburg, failure to have control, $10; Ronald K. Kohlhaas, Livermore, passing on a yellow line, $20; Alfred R. Godfredson, Fairmont, Minn., failure to turn right when meeting, $10; James Mergen, Whittemore, improper starting of a parked vehicle, $10. ST. ANN HOSPITAL Oct. 24 — Richard Ristau, Algona, medical. Oct. 25 — David Gade, of Whittemore, surgery; Mrs. Darlene Feaster, of Algona, medical; Dean Berte,, Rodman, medical. Oct. 27 — Marie Bakken, Algona, medical; Anna Cayler, -Bancroft, fracture. „. . , Henri etta Mescher, Bancroft, medi cal. ST. ANN BIRTHS Oct. 26 — Mr. and Mrs. George Rudkin, Algona, girl, 7 Ib. % oz. Oct. 27 — Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Davis, Burt, boy, 10 Ib. 1% oz. Oct. 28 — Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lemmon, Whittemore, boy, 8 Ib. 4>/ 2 oz. Oct. 29 — Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Origer, West Bend, girl, 6 Ib. 7 oz. Oct. 31 — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Buscher, Algona, boy, 7 Ib. 12 oz. SELECTIVE SERVICE Inductions — Army — David Cushman, Lakota; James Carroll, Titonka; James Sunde, Fenton; Ronald Mertz, Algonia; John R. Williams, Algona; Mark Bierstedit, Whittemore; David Eldridge, Fenton; Wallace Christ, Lakota; Bradley Larson, Buffalo Center. Enlistments — Army — Ronald Becker, Irvington; Gerald Bradley, Algona; Dan- Continued on Page 7) Jurors Mined for service in November Jurors drawn to serve at > the torm of court starting later this month are; • David Andersen, Algona, Irene Anderson, Lakota, Frances Antoine, Bancroft, Will- •iaim Bsrnhard, Bancroft, Juno Bierstcdt, Lone Rock, Jean Bird, Algona, Lucy Brabec, Corwith, Alida Bradley, Algona, B. I. Buffington, Titonka, Ruby Christiansen, LuVerne, Mary Dixon, Rani A' v "«B croft/Don Erickson, Algona, societies for 35 years and are Kathryn Erickson, Armstrong, Donald Felt, LuVerne John Foertsch, Wesley. Violet Gerber, Algona, Arlene Gcrdis, Algona, John Hauptman, Wesley, Mildred Hornon, Algona, William Householder, Fenton, Bert Johnson, Burt, Albert KaWer, Bancroft, John Love, Algona, William Marshall, Algona, Gladys Mart, Armstrong, August Metz> Lakota, Agnes Merron, Bancroft, John Moser, West Bend, Ruth McGuire, West Bend. Carroll Olson, Otltosen, Curt Olson, Lone Rock, Fern Paulson, Wesley, Margaret Potter, Algona, Mildred Quam, Swea City, Verne Rafdal, Titonka, Katherine Raihe, 'Bancroft, Dorothy Raney, Algona, Andrew Risius, Buffalo Center, Dorothy Rosen- djaih'l, W'hilttemore, Wilbur Sexton, Titonka, Wilfred Stoeber, Fenton Edgar Stohi 1 , Swea City, Ollie Stoll, Lu- Verne Cunnegundes Sullivan, Ledyard, Lilian Thilges, Lakota, Maxine Walker, Burt, LeRoy ' Welaer, LuVernc, Elaine Wichtcndahl, Whittemore Doretta Wirtjes, La- kdta, Norbert Zumach, Whittemore. Services held Wednesday for Robert Blumer Robert J. Blumer, 71, Hv- ermore, passed away at his •home Sunday, Oct. 29. Funeral services were 'held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at 'the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church, LuVerne, with the Rev. R. T. Mueller officiating. Burial Was in the Lu- Verne cemetery. Robert J. Blumer was born June 5, 1896 at Livermore, the son of Henry and Bertha Pergande Blumer. He was married Oct. 2, 1918 to Lulu Werling at Renwick. Mr. Blumer was a retired farmer who had lived in the area all his life. Surviving besides his wife •are three daughters and four sons. Mrs. Donald (Esither) Collins, Livermore; Mrs. Frank (Eileen) Moeding, Lu- Verne; Mrs. Richard (Beverly) Wilcox, Eagle Grove; Robert G. H., Eagle Grove; James, Ventura; Delain, LuVerne; J. Hauptmann, Wesley, dies rites Friday Funeral services for Joseph P. Hauptmann, 68, Wesley, were held Friday at 11 a.m. at St. Joseph Catholic church, Wesley. Mr. Hauptmann died Tuesday, Oct. 24 at Hancock County Memorial hospital, in Britt. Pallbearers were Forrest Rasmussen, Frank Richter, John Muehe, LeRoy Ricke, George Kunkel and Lawrence Bergman. Joseph Hauptmann and Clara Kelly were married Feb. 6, 1923 and farmed east of Wesley. Surviving are his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Mary Jean /Lickteig, Little Falls, Minn., and Mrs. Virgil (Ruth) Kunkel, Byron, Minn., and a son, Don- Oet. 29 — Edward Hildman, ald( Wesley, There are 21 •"""-•' - ---•' grandchildren;^ brotberr-Ed* Corwith, and two sisters, Sophia Fritsch and Betty Hauptmann, both of Wesley, also survive. Former Algonan dies in Phoenix John B. (Jack) Johnston, former Algonan, died a week ago Saturday at Phoenix, Ariz., of a heart attack. He was the son of the J. B. Johnstons, Algona, attended schools here, and moved to Phoenix some 25 years ago. He was a city fireman at Phoenix and .had been enrolled at a computer programming course at the state university there. He was found dead of a heart attack at a horse stall in Horse City, a part of Phoenix, He was a World War II and Korean veteran. He is survived by his wife Marilyn, two daughters, Lynda and Joanne, Phoenix, and two sons, David, Phoenix, and John E. of Mesa, Ariz. His mother, the former Mrs. Cora Green, and four brothers, Frank, Jim, Bill and Terry, all live in Phoenix. Burial was in Phoenix, 'and Norlan, Fort IMHMIIMHMIIMMIIIMMMIIIIIMIIIIIIHMIIIIIKIIMIIIMimitMMHMMMMIIIIMIMIIIMItlllllMMMII Open House at Wesley A» m new W ^«y Wbrary, shown above, will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, November 4. Land for the new library building was dotted by the Odd- da£ S o^MSn S W 6 * l S*.° f ^ Sley - *» WW grant from le ^nSeySSrom Foundation of Mason Cjty enabled plans to get under way and the more than $6 OM in freewill donauons from the citizens of Wesley and surrounding are* » madfthc Tnew library B * 88 ***** t»>e 17th of May this year. Members :'o I th! > buiUiM " Raise 14 breeds of dogs on ****** ., t . i 9 • 98% of goal! acreage south of Algona '- • ••• .*»: A LONG-TIME DESIRE to raise dogs has become a reality for Algona's Dale Laws and his wife, Wynona, sirice^hey purchased the Don Sjogren acreage south of Algona on the Call State Park road last summer. Today, Mr. Laws, who is employed at Schultz Bros, in Algona, has 14 different breeds of dogs on the acreage. He is shown above with one of the dogs from their kennel, Olaf, 13-month old St. Bernard. The Laws started their Noni D Kennel and wholesale puppy business last August after purchasing and moving to the Siocren residence. • There are 14 different breeds of registered pedigreed dogs in the Laws Kennel, acquired from private persons or kennel stock, and all used for breeding purposes. When the puppies are seven or eight weeks old, they are shipped by air to "Puppy Centers" in New York, Connecticut, Texas, Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha and Sioux Falls A noisy business? "Not particularly," said Mr. Laws, "the dogs are kept subdued by a radio that plays in the kennel 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This keep them from hearing outside noises and becoming upset." Besides the St. Bernard shown above he has Wire-haired Terriers, Elkhound, Samoyed, Standard Poodle, Keeshond, Rat Terrier Pugs Great Dane, Afghan, Old English Sheep Dog, Airedale, German Shepherd and German Shorthairs. | Although this is chiefly a wholesale puppy business, the dogs may also be purchased retail by individuals. , Exclusive Advance Photo. "*""» """ til HIHHlimiHHIHIIHIHIMHIMHIIIIHIIHMIIHimiHMIHIIINMINIHHmHIHIHHIIIimHIMHHIMIHmHIHIHHI HIIHIIIIMMIIIIMIIIIMIIIHIMHMHIHHIIHIIMHHHIIMIIIMII nwins Star in Viet conflict , m , Cu Chi, Vietnam (AHTNC) — The Silver Star Medal, the nation's third highest award for combat heroism, is presented to Army First Lieutenant Thomas L. Waldera (pictured right), Oct. 10, near Cu Chi, Vietnam. Major General F. K. Mearns, commanding general of the 22th Infantry Division, is presenting the award to Lt. Waldera, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roman G. Waldera, Algona. Lt. Waldera earned his award for his actions as a platoon leader with Company A, 2nd Battalion of the division's 14th Infantry in heavy fighting against a large enemy force near the village of Phu Cuong Aug. 8. While moving his platoon across an area of heavy fire, Lt. Waldera received orders to occupy an area which another platoon had been forced to leave after suffering heavy casualties. Lt. Waldera moved his pi toon into the new position an led an attack ag&< <st the hea\ jly fortified eru.,uj positions in the area, fi s\g his weapon and throwing hand grei.ades. The attack carried to within 10 yards of the ei.omy positions and Lt. V'ajfiera and his platoon quickly Knocked out two of the enemy bunkers in the early moments of what was to be four hours of intense fighting. Four hours later, Lt. Waldera was ordered to move his platoon to another area, but during t'he move, he was badly burned by a phosphorous grenade, leaving him partially blind and in severe pain. In spite of his wounds, Lt. Waldera refused medical ev? cuation and continued to move among his men giving advice and encouragement. Lt. Waldera is now executive officer of Company A, 2nd Battalion of the division's 14th Infantry. He was stationed at Ft. Benning, Ga., before arriving in Vietnam in March of this year. He holds the Purple Heart Medal and three awards of the Air Medal. The lieutenant, whose wife, Jacqueline, lives at 1165 Bartley Drive, Columbus, Ga., graduated in 1956 from St. Cecelia's high school, Algona. THOMAS WALDERA IMMMMIMMMIHMIIIUHHHIMMIIIHI IN COLLEGE PLAY Kitty Hardgrove, sophomore at Buena Vista college, is one of the cast in a three act comedy "See How They Run," to be presented Nov. 17 and 18 in Schaller Memorial Chapel, Storm Lake. IMIMIIIMIIMIIHIIHNMMHIMMimMMMIIMIHIItllllMMIHMIIHIKIIIIIIM Two charged with improper backing James M. Mergen, Whittemore, was charged with improper backing last Saturday at 7:15 p.m., by the Algona police department. He backed from the west side of North Thorington street into the car driven by Robert R. Butner, Clear Lake, causing $75 in damages to the 1966 Dodge. The Butner car was in the opposite lane, going north, at the time of the mishap. There was $170 in damages to the Mergen vehicle, a 1967 Chevrolet. A car driven by William R. Steinman, Algona, had $350 damages to the right front section when it was hit by Marlys Ann Curtis, Burt, who was backing from the curb on South Thorington street across from the Algona Hotel. The 1959 Chevrolet driven by Miss Curtis had $95 damages to the right rear fender. She was charged with improper backing. The accident happened Sunday afternoon at 2:15. Up until Tuesday noon, a total of 98% of the United Fund goal had been reached with $15,618 pledged of the needed $16,000, according to UF president Pudge Miller. A number of pledge cards are still out and it is hoped the goal can be reached by the first of next week. Last year's drive fell short by several hundred dollars and officers of UF hope that an ov- ersubscription this year can make up for this deficit. Persons who have not turned in their pledge cards or workers who have not completed their work are urged to do so this weekend. E.E. Ramus, 80 LuVerne, dies; rites Tuesday Ernest Edward Ramus, 80, lifelong LuVerno resident, died Saturday at his home. Funeral services were held Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. at the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church at LuVerne, the Rev. R. T. Mueller, officiating. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery, the Blake funeral home, Lu Verne, in charge. ' L Pallbearers were Walter Ruger, William Hardcopf, Jack Guy, Herman Heinen, James Gilligan and Paul Maas. Ernest Edward Ramus was born Feb. 3, 1887 at LuVerne. His parents were Ferdinand and Henriette Tessmer Ramus. He was married Feb. 10, 1909 to Martha Lau, who survives. Two SOPS and two daughters also survivr. Ervin and Or- .yiilc, JFort Dodge; Mrs. Erwin (Helen) Hildman, Wesley, and Miss Elizabeth Ramus, Lu- Verne. There are nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. TAX LIST SOON The delinquent tax list will be sent to the publishers soon and taxpayers should pay delinquent property taxes in the next few days to avoid having the property advertised. The tax sale will be held in December. Eduard Kaib to visit here in December Word was received Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Depcnbusch, of Emmetsburg, that Eduard Kaib and his 14- year old son Norbert, Quelle, Germany, will conic to visit with thorn and friends in Algona about the 27th of December. Eduard Kaib was a non-commissioned officer in the German army, who was interned in the prisoner-of-war camp at Algona during World War 11. Due to loneliness and time on thair hands, ho and five other prisoners purchased the necessary materials with their own money and worked lone; hours for many months con structing the sacred figures of the Nativity Scone, presently housed in its own building at the Kossuth County fairgrounds, cared for by the Methodist Mcns club of Algona, and open to the public each holiday season. Mr. Kaib's Nativity Scene has become a living expression of the ageless message of the Chrislma's Story. The whereabouts of Mr. Kaib was unknown for many years. After a story was.pub- lished about the Nativity Scene in the Dos Moincs Register and in the paper of Bei- lefcld, Germany (a city three miles from Quelle) last year he was finally found. Mr. Kaib is married and has three children. A daughter of 11, the 14 year old son and a married daughter, 24. Mr. and Mrs. Depenbusch wore on a European trip early this year and visited Mr, and Mrs. Kaib and their family in March, the first Americans to do so. Floyd lode has broken wrist Floyd Bode, well-known Algona farmer who lives northeast of here, broke his left wrist while working in a grain bin on his farm Saturday..Mr. Borte fell a very short distance, but landed in a positkr that resulted in the broken wrist. He is recuperating at home after having the arm set by an Algona doctor. IIIMHIIMII IIIIIIIIIIKIIIUHMIIUIUIIIIHHIHIHIIIIIIIIHIIUUHIUIIUIUIIIIIIIIII Truck damaged Halloween prank Scattered acts of vandalism rn . c - n • 3m ritnnrtivi in thn „„„., '* Tire Service were rolled out *I4I«IMHM1M«M« 1 MIMII1M«1IIIIH1,HHHHM,|,,, MMU1MM , 1 , WM , H , MH , 1HMM1M , 1M were reported in the area on Monday and Tuesday nights over Halloween, which has now developed into a two-day holiday. A Whittemore carpenter, Harold Heinrich, reported that pranksters broke windows in his truck parked near his home sometime Monday night. They also tore out the distributor cap and did other damage to the machine. Sheriff Lindhprst was notified and he investigated. There 'was also a report of vandalism at Wesley Monday night. In Algona Monday night, about six tires at Jack's OK into the street and tires in back of Gambles were rolled away from the building, according to police chief Al Boekelman. A number of "jack-o- lanterns" were also reported pilfrered from the steps of Algona homes. Seven Algona policemen were on duty for awhile Tuesday night, regular Halloween. There were just scattered reports of pranksters operating. Several barricades were moved and tires were rolled out again. The seven policemen were on duty until 10 p.m., then five remained until midnight, """' ' ""'"" '»" m,,,,l,U,H,N,l,,,IM,,l HMMIUIIIIIIII , , l«IMIIII H ,l Hll i,,,u, IU „„„„„„, „,„„, New parking lot taking shape WORK WAS PROGRESSING rapidly on demolishing the old Robinault house at Nebraska and Moore streets this week as city workmen cleared the land for another parking area for downtown shoppers. Cables were attached to inside walls Monday aud most of the house was collapsed. "Cats" were then used Tuesday and early Wednesday to clear away the debris of the house. Grading and blacktopping will take another few days aad the new lot should be ready for use in another two weeks. It will hold 22 cars and with the adjoining lot to the west, the new lot will park about 44 cars. Picture at left wa.s iaken about 9:30 a.m. and the picture at right was snapped shortly before noon Tuesday, showing the quick work the "cats," made of the debris. The city purchase the land frpjn the "Fuzsy" Kobinault estate some tu»e ago.
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