Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 6, 1967 · Page 1
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Mailing dates for Christ** nail reported Postmaster Ed Parrell hai issued a reminder list of mailing date! for Christmas gifta and parcels. These are final deadlines suggested by the post office department to make sure that all mail is delivered on time. "If the public mails on or before these suggested dead' lines," Mr. Farrell explained, "there will not be a last minute Jam up in the mail stream caused by a massive influx of mall which will be more than the already overburdened postal system can handle. "We are asking that the public cooperate by shopping early, mailing early and using ZIP Codes to encourage the most efficient Christmas postal operation ever." Special attention will again be placed on the delivery of mail to servicemen in Vietnam and the surrounding area, and encouraged the use of APO and FPO numbers on all overseas military mail. The deadlines for mail to all members of the Armed Forces abroad are: * Gifts weighing more than five pounds sent by surface postage rates, November 11. Gifts five pounds or less, plus letters and greeting cards sent at surface rates (these go by. air on a space available basis), December 1. Air Mail gifts and greetings, December 11. Deadlines for domestic military and civilian mail are: Domestic Surface Mail — Gifts to distant states. Dec. 4; greeting cards to distant states, Dec. 10; gifts and greeting cards to nearby areas, Dec. 13. Domestic Air Mail — Gifts and greeting cards, Dec. 19. Deadline for overseas civilian surface mail are: Far East Oct. 15; other areas, Nov. 1. Overseas Air Mail — Remote areas off main air routes Dec. 1; areas on heavily traveled air routes Dec. 10. United Fund goes over top! It was announced today -that ; the United - Fund --Campaign of Algona has now surpassed its goal of $16,000. With a few returns still to come in, the pledges as of Thursday morning totaled $16,207.00. In a letter which United Fund President Pudge Miller mailed to his committee chairmen today, Mr. Miller indicated that this year's overage would make up the deficit 'of last year's campaign. He thanked the committee chairmen and their workers for the tremendous cooperation which enabled the goal to be reached in the record time of 30 days. The citizens of Algona should be congraulated on supporting one drive which in the past used to require 14 separate drives, and which was consumated in 30 days as opposed to year around solicitation by 14 different agencies. SWM youth injured in crash A Swea City youth, Philip Menke, 19, was' injured and hospitalized at the Estherville hospital last Tuesday after a one-car accident east of Swea City early that day, Menke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leander Menke, suffered facial injuries and lost several teeth when his car went into 'the ditch and over a farm drive, His head hit the car's windshield but he was able - to walk to the Walter Renger farm and summon aid. He was on his way home from work at the Elsbecker Building Co. at Swea City and was blinded by the sun as he came over a hill on the county road- ., 9 V WwWf IPl'JifP'WwW ^PWWIPW ^PUliWW wll A 19-year old Ledyard youth, Fred Munyer, sustained i bruised shoulder and was treated by an Elmore, Minn. doctor after the truck he was driving overturned when it lost a wheel last Tuesday at about 3 p.m. The accident occurred two miles south and 2H* east of EJmore on .a gravel road in Kossuth county. Munyer wii driving * Hiwkeye Fertilizer truck from Ledyard when the accident occurred. The machine had ibout $500 in estimated damage. A1 qonq h<muth Cou ••••«••••••Ml ,J •UMMMMMMM«l^^ H MB_ aMM MM»MM««MBnMB_MM a BBril*MMta HMMMM tt tttttrf CM* MMH*, 0tt. U*M, a* AlfMW, to* Mill tMMtound* Ac* of Congm* M»ch I, <•» VOL. 47 - NO, 14 - MONDAY, NOV. 4,1H7, ALOONA, IOWA ~ I PAOll IN t MOTION o Historical Socisfcy ' x iwa OAty, Iowa v ance At Spttdt of 100 MPH and More term after chase ANS debaters Goodbye, teacher! Three also filed by Algona police at tourney irMimesota The Algona High School debate teams participated in the High School Debate Tournament at Worthington, Minn. Saturday,'Oct. 28 in which about 400 students from a four- state area attended. The de- jbate topic this year is "That congress should establish uniform regulations for criminal investigation procedures." Tin local students with previous debating experience were Ka thy McBride, Mark Prieskorn, Max Laird, Greg Perkins. In the six debates in which they joined, they had four wins and two losses. The local debaters without previous debate experience, participating in the tournament were Dave Roethler, Mike Dailey, Dave Riley, Mark Snyder. In the six debates in which they engaged, they had three wins and three losses. The instructor and coach of the local debate team is Mr. John Vint, teacher in the Algona high school. Supervisors in agreement on ambulance A decision was .finally reached last •"" WHEN MR. AND MRS. Jim Chaurtrom decided to adopt a baby some time ago, the first people to know were the pupils of Mrs. Chalstrom's fourth grade class at the! Lucia Wallace school. Small wonder the 30 youngsters in i the class have taken such an interest in the new arrival ever since. During the time the Chalstroms were making arrangements for their new baby, she kept the class posted! on the progress and the kids were every bit as anxious for;) the new baby to arrive as were the parents. I Knowing their teacher would be leaving them when they got the baby, the youngsters on their own decided to give Marianne Chalstrom a "farewell party?' Friday, the day.she and her husband went to Fort Dodge to pick up the three-week old baby. All on their own, with only^ the parents purchasing the gift, the youngsters collected money for a gift and planned the party. Above, JoAnn Taylor is shown presenting Mrs. Chalstrom with a farewell gift last Friday afternoon lust a; short time before the teacher left to get their new daugh-' ter. , } One nine-year old summed up the classes' feeling* best: "Oh mother," she told her mom, "we all feel like we are losing our mother." Exclusive Advance Photo:* meteWrig of the OTunty board of supervisors on the matter of emergency ambulance service in Kossuth county. The iboard win make payments of $1,000 to the towns of TUton- lea, LuVerne and to the Garry Funeral home at Bancroft, with $50 per month payments to also be made to Tttonka and LuVerne renewable each six months. A charge of $20 per ambulance call will be made by Che 'towns and Garry's, plus 50 cents per mile. Contracts will become effective upon filling with the state of Iowa and Court Clerk Alma Pearson. County Attorney Walter B. iMacDonald was instructed, af ter a motion was passed, to draw up contracts and serve notice on the Algona City Council for a joint meeting of tine council and the board of supervisors with Dec. 27 set as a tentative date. The present contract between the county and city of Algona, which was approved last aummei, provides for a $400 per month reimbursement from the county to the city for communications and service. After proof is submitted by Titonka, LuVerne and Garry's of Bancroft that they are ready to operate a qualified ambulance service payment 'Will be made. Ambulance qual ilications in this matter come from the state, and once they 'hava been established, as of Jan. 1, the $50 monthly payments will be made. Buffalo Outer girls ekarftfl Two Buffalo Center girls, Mary and Margaret Ann Sowers, were listed as two of 108 persons charged by Iowa City police last Wednesday in the anti-Vietnam war fracas at the University of Iowa. The girls are students at Iowa and along with most pthers, paid a $25 appearance bond before being re] 4-H award and election nights are scheduled The annual 4-H award ni- gifts for presentation of local and county awards lor outstanding work in 4-H will be •held from Nov. 8 through Dec. 3 along with the extension cy.fTKAl elections. The places and date follow: Nov. 6 — Titonfca Public school—Buffalo Boosters, Buffalo Boys, Valley Partner- elites. Nov. 6—West Bend High School-Outfield Gems, Gto- field Hustlers. Nov. 7—High School Annex, Algona—Oresco Chums, Cresco Boys, Irvington Ideals, Union Boys, Union Aftetnian, U-Go-I-Go Algona A.OJC., Algonia Boys. Nov. 9—Lone Rock School Gym — Feniton Progressors, Femtian Forward!*, Seneca 'Progressive Farmers, Seneca Stars. Nov. 11—M. E. Church, Wesley—Wesley Boys, Wesley Wizards, Prairie Future Farmers. Nov. 13—Legion Hall, Burt —Burt Blue Birds, Plum Creek Elite, Plum Greek Boys. Nov. 15—St. Michael's Hall, WhiUemore — Whltemore Boys, Lotts Creek Lassies, Whittemore bythrte A petition for separate maintenance and two peti- tiions for divorce were filed- in district count last weekend. Shirley Weliendorf is asking • for. separate maintenance from Lambnt WeJlenldorf. She also asks custody of two children. They were marrid July< 20, 1957. Elaine Koppen is asking a divorce from Robert L. Koppen. They were married April 15, 1987. She asks, restoration of her maiden naune of Johnson. Terrill L, Bramdow is asking a divorce from Mary C. Brandow. They were married Sept 26,1966 in Pensacola, Fla. The petition charges she has been convicted of a felony. DAMAGES ARE ASKED Aex Liu is asking $2488.44 in damages from the U-Haul Co. The petition says Liu rented a trailer to 'haul household goods from LuVerne to Wichita, Kans. When 'the car and trailer were near Humboldt the axle broke' on <he> (trailer and the car and trailer were ditched. A 24-year-old Fort Dodge man was sentenced to 56 days in jail in court at Fort Dodge Thursday culminating a wild chase at speeds of up to 100 miles an hour which ended north of St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona in the early morning hours. David Roy Grell, Pert Dodgt, pleaded guilty to •ight traffic counts before Judge Htrbcrt Bennett at Fort Dodge. H* aho faces thrt« chargM in Algona Mayer Bill Finn's court when ht it released from the Fort Dedg* jail. The charges include two for speeding 90 miles per. hour in 35 and 45 mile zones on South Phillips street and going through a stop sign at State and Phillips streete. THE WILD CHASE began aibout 2 a.m. at Fort Dodge when Grell allegedly pulled away from the Erickson Holiday Service station on 2nd avenue without paying for a $3.62 gas purchase. The Font Dodge policemen reported they first spotted the Grell Oorvair oar and iturned on their flashing red and siren. They chasied the car out of Fort Dodge on highway 169. At the inltersec- tton of highway 5 and 169 just north, of Fort. Dodge Greffl ran a roadblock set up by Lt. Dom Ziems of the Fort Dodge police, who fired a •shot at the fleeing vehicle*. The Fort Dodge policeman in the other car pursued Grell north on highway 169 at speeds reaching 100 miles per 'hour and faster. EVERY TIME they attempted to overtake the Grell machine by pulling alongside he would swerve across the road in front of them. The pole* fired several shots at tha car, attempting to hit a Mr*. They contacted Humboldt police for assistance by radio and ask* •d to run a license check on the car. They found it belonged to Grail .and .in fact, had batn purchased fust two days before. Humboldt policeman Duane Saathoff set up another roadblock at the south edge of Humboldt at the request of the Fort Dodge police, but Grell swerved around it also as Saathoff fired a shot from •his .12 gauge riot shotgun. Saafehoff joined in the chase as it continued north to Algona and Algona policemen Alfred Schadendorf waft advised and he drove to the parking drive of Charlie's New spire Nov. 15-Swea City school, Hot lunch room— Eaiie-ettes E^gle Wildcats, Swe*fltrri- son .Boys, Grant Hustlers. Nov. 17— Bancroft Puttie School — Greenwood Boys, Greenwood Girls, , Blue * Nov. 18-Clty HaU, Likp- ti— Aggressive Lads, Ltkota Ludqes. LATIN AMERICAN AID TitQflJn—The Titonka high school Student Councii his undertaken § project initiated by the Peace Corps to aid wih construction <rf schools in Lain American countries. The group is sending tetter* to various school in the are* for assistance 1 . u Hill— LuVerne Eager vers, LuVerne Uve Wi Dec. 3^. Joe School -- 3t. Joe Trojans, I, Riverdaje AJ1 meetings will start at 9 ITV We encourage parents •ind Mends of 4-Hers <*> aitr end their annual award night. W gjves. a very good opportun- fy to aee what i»e 4-Hers have during the past year. v v u-. THMMPAV morning an aluminum cross spire, which highlights the new First Lutheran church's building, was raised to the p»ak of $e church, M 4 secured into place. The spire measures 32' in height and can be seen from many different areas in town. Work it the new church is rapidly being finished and the congregation is anxiously waiting for the day they can move in. Exclusive Advance Photo, PORT DODGE policeman Ernie Anderson points to a hole where one of several shots fired by him and another Fort Dodge policeman, Joe McMahon (left) struck a car driven by David R. Grell, 24 of Fort Dodge in a wild chase early Thursday morning which ended in Algona. The .38 caliber slug penetrated the trunk lid, glanced off a metal brace inside the trunk and went through the car's rear seat before lodging in the rear side of the front seat near the center of the car. The chase was at speeds of 100 miles per hour and more. Supper dub. At th* Fort Dodg* car pasted him, ht fired two •hots from th« riot gun at Hi* car roared by. Apparently pellets from the shotgun struck the right .front tire but Grell continued on into Algona with three poke cars from Fort Dodge, Humboldt and Algona pursuing. He drove 90 miles an hour up Phillips street, ran through the stop sign at State and Phillips and continued all the way on Phillips to the dead end at the Riverview cefrnetery. 'He turned west on Pine street for one block and then •back south on Church street. His car came to a halt just north of the Catholic church. The left front tire was flat but the motor quit at that point. ALGONA POLICE Chief Al BoekeOrnan said 4hat the battery in the oar had been tied down with rope and the rope broke and the battery fell into the radiator. When the fan blade hit it the radiator broke up. At Pert Dodo* Grell was charged with fcilina to «top at thr«« stop MOM, two count* of speeding, failing to yi«U to an emergency vvhicl* and having a dated* iva exhaust on hi* car. Charges of speeding, improper passing, failing to stop at a stop sign and for an emergency vehicle were filed at Humboldt by Policeman Saathoff. Veterans Day programs are planned here Hagg-Turner Post No. 90 of the American Legion will sponsor a Veterans Day program in the Veterans Memorial Building at 8:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 9, This is open to the public and everyone is in- vited and urged to attend. Anyone desiring to attend and who does not have transportation call 295-3257 anytime after 3:00 p.m. and a ride will be furnished. On Friday, Nov. 10, a program will be presented to the Algona high school at 12:30 p.m. and to the Garrigan high school at 1:50 p.m. Lt. Colonel William Batt will give the address at all of these events. There will also be a film entitled "Communist Conquest" which was obtained from National Head; quarters of the American Legion. •MMMMMIMMMIIIHMHIUMNMtt Sentral royalty Bfortwof TilMkii in Titcfibt—Rites for Hamlet Moe, 52, Lake Mills, and brother of Mrs. Alvin Honken of Titonka, died Oct. 22. Funereal services were held at the Salem Lutheran church Oct. 25. He was a resident of <be Like Mill* area for si but six years of his life, that period being spent at Oejiter. MIGNING A$ King and Queen of the Sentral high school Hoinecoming a week ago Friday night at Fenton were JUi Blanehard and Robert Krause, shown above. TOey were introduced by Student Council President Martin BerkM to the gym prior to the game because of the bad weather The football team lost the gante, ^\vffjfij& the only one suffered during the season. Other queen didate* were fence Hante^»n i^ BUuchw dra Sj*gebarth; king m^ ^yl^s Randy Bierte. i«H*«»ve

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