Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 1
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ADVANCE ALMANAC ^L* , * IM i 11 r i VfffMI If WffOR • WEDDINQ PERMITS David J. Doocy, Lone Rock, Mary E. Dixon, Bancroft. BUILDING PERMITS John Drecsman, addition to building for furniture and stor age. $ttuOU; Dr. Easoh, tile ceiling in apartments. ALGONA MARKETS New Corn $1.14 February & March Beans _ $2.6a Oats ttbc (Markets furnished weekly by Houariuii maiicii ui wnuiumoit Elevator.) MAYOR'S COURT Joseph Lichter, Algona, fail ure tu atop lor reu ligut, $o; LA vonne M. oauer, Ai^oad, inipro per leu turn, $o; vvmiani H Lauck, W'hittemore, taiiure t yieiu rignt of way, $26. NEW COURT CASES Claude Hansen uba Hansen Gas & Appliance vs. Hero Hadtke, account, wozw, Kingsteu Implement Co. vs. burnette Heine uoa iiantelman oarage, account, $191.87. ALGONA WEATHER "SHOP THE ADVANCt fttOClfcY ADS IVERY WEEK - AND SAVE' State Historical Society Iowa City, Iowa Entered r« second class matter, Dec. 1, 1908, of Alaoho, Iowa, 6osto<»lcr u hrt«v Act of Co£ore« March 8 1879 VOL, 66-NO, 10 THURSDAY, FEB. 3, 1966 — ALGONA, IOWA — 16 PAGES IN 2 SECTIONS High Low Snow Jan. 26 'iA —4 trace Jan. 27 7 —9 %" Jan. 28 —12 —18 Jan. 29 —5 —26 Jan. 30 8 —IB Jan. 31 12 —5 Feb. 1 15 —10 Feb. 2 — —ti ST. ANN BIRTHS WAS TO HAVE WATCHED SAME OPERATION . . . Loses eye in crash near Marshalltown Bancroft — A Mason City optometrist, Dr. B. J. Silby, who has practiced one day a week at Bancroft since last May, lost an eye in a car accident last Wednesday near Marshalltown and the eye surgery was performed by a Marshalltown specialist. Ironically, Dr. Silby was enroute to Marshalltown to watch a similar operation on another patient. The accident occurred on highway 14 north of Conrad. - A sports car crowded Dr. Silby's car off the road and into a ditch. He was thrown into the windshield and a passing trucker picked him up on the roadway, where he was in a dazed condition. He was taken to the Marshalltown hospital for treak ment of a possible skull fracture, removal of the eye which had been pierced by shattered glass, and for cuts about the head and face. Dr. Silby was enroute to Marshalltown at the invitation of Dr. Otis Wolfe of the Wolfe Eye Clinic to witness surgery for the removal of an eyeball and Dr. Wolfe performed the same surgery on Dr. Silby. The sports car did not stop at the accident. The Silby machine was a total loss. Dr. Silby opened an office at Bancroft on May 13, 1965 and had come here every Thursday since that time. His office will be closed until further notice. an cheerleaders are finalists Jan. 27 — Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Reding, Algona, boy, 9 ID 3 oz. Jan. 28 — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kohlhaas, Livermore, boy, 7 ID 5 Vis oz. Jan. 30 — Mr. and Mrs. Mar vin Tnpp, Algona, boy, 7 Ib 6 '/a oz. Jan. 31 — Mr. and Mrs. James Reeter, Algona, boy, 7 Ib. Feb. 2 — Mr. and Mrs. Roger Leininger, Bancroft, boy 6 IDS. 11 oz. SELECTIVE SERVICE Inductees — Lee Froelich, Algona, Marines; William Menke, mncroit, Marines. Army Indlictccs: Donald iiaacK, Lone Rock; Michael Fierce, Swea City; Robert Johnson, Ledyard; Koland Lenz, LuVerne; Darwin Nauman, Swea City; Larry Grabianowski, Armstrong; William Cruise, of Wesley; uerald Discner, Wesley; Tommy Burtis, Algona; Daniel Inglett, Ledyard. Enlistments — John Goecke, Algona, Airforce; William Bird, LuVerne, Navy; Robert Peterson, Laicota, Marines; Ronald White, LuVerne, Marines; Thomas Keiling, Wesley, Marines. ST. ANN HOSPITAL Jan. 25 — Mary Flaig, Algo na, medical. Jan. 26 — Eleanor Thilges, of Bode, medical; Fred Gronbach Algona, medical; Lois Camp Algona, medical; Debra Sue For sythe, Algona. medical. Jan. 27 — Jean Wadsworth Algona, medical. Jan. 28 — Baby Frank Sch midt, West Bend, medical. Jan. 30 — Gerald White, Ban croft, medical; Mrs. Ceceli Scott, Burt, medical; John Pen dergast, Algona, surgery; Mrs Carolyn Wesselman, Algona, surgery. Jan. 31 —Mrs. Grace French, Algona, medical. Feb. 1 — Mrs. Jess Grubb, Algona, medical; W. C. Taylor, Algona, surgery. Feb. 2 — Mrs. Melvin Aschman, Algona, medical. NEW VEHICLES Raymond E. Johnson, Algona Ford p/u; Edwin F. Mino, Algona, CMC; David L. Klein, Wesley, Gater Bt. Tl.; Benny L. Hefty, LuVerne, Ford p/u; Peter Blumer, LuVerne, Ford; Agnes L. Brophy, Burt, Chev.; Robert C. Diekmann, Algona, Ford; Wil bur or Leola Darlene Knecht Whittemore, Ford; Harry or Murriel Larson, Armstrong, Chev.; Walter or Karen Renger, Swea City, Pont.; Herman F. or Josephine M. Heinen, UiVerne, Ford; Cecil Duwane Black, Algona, Ford; Louise Fern Sachua, Titonka, Ford; Lawrence or Mable Hantelman, Swea City, Dodge; John Wm. Orvick, Ledyard, Chevelle; Geraldine H. Rowley, Algona, Ohev.; James Alfred Kelly, Algona, Plym.; p. L. Peterson Trust, Algona, Ford; Delmar Frederick Fisher, Lone Rock, Chev.; Gary P. or Marjorie J. DeNicci, Algona, Pont.; Louis F. or Bertha M. Greuient, Whittemore, Ohev.; Lester_J?hnr son, Elmore, Ford; Vera Erpelding, Alcana, Olds. South Kossuth cancer drive dated in April Volunteers from South Kossuth county attended a one-day area meeting Jan. 28 in Algona conducted by the American Cancer Society. The meeting made plans for the 1966 educational and fund-raising crusade to be neid in Dr. E. D. Kennedy, Mason Ci- y, told volunteers tney are an nportant part of. the team in ie iignt against cancer since hey iruorm the public about the mporlance of regular health necRups and about cancer. The physicians are the other part of ne team being able to do more or patients wnen they present liemselves to the physicians ear- y tor diagnosis and treatment nould they have cancer. Attending this meeting were Mrs. Myrtle Lease and Mrs. Joseph Mauer, Wesley; Mrs. Lyle bud) Anderson, Mrs. Leon Martin, Mrs. Randal Clark, Mrs. Alired Schenck and Joyce Hayden, Algona; Mrs. Roy Budlong, Mrs. Vlinnie Oesterreicher, Mrs. Caret DeWaard, Mrs. Howard Sparks and Mrs. Ted Hoover Jr., Titonka; and Mrs. Bryan Stewart, LuVerne. GOP OPEN HOUSE Open House will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark in honor of JacK Peters, Republican candidate for Kossuth couple has 65th wedding Fenton — The Henry Tie- mans, former Fenton residents ior the past several years residents ot the Wiliair Rest Haven in Burt were recently honored lor their Gath wedding. Tney have four children including Les, Fenton, Jacn, Ringsteu, Mrs. Glauys Dreyer, Lone Rock and Mrs. Gertrude Tietz, LaKo- ta. Mrs. Luther Fairbanks, own !r and manager 01 the Haven made special arrangements, in eluding a special wedding cake Funeral services for mother of Algona woman The mother of Mrs. Bless Rusk dieu eany Tuesday at the Holj rarnily Hospital at Estherville. ane was mrs. Thora Sorensen 82, who had spent nine winter living with tne Rusks befor moving to the Estherville Goo bamantan home over a year a go. t>he nas been a hospital pa- uent ior several days. Mineral services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at tne Graettinger Lutheran church with burial in the South Walnut cemetery at THE SNAPPY GARRIGAN high school cheerleaders were honored by being named as one of four finalists in the Sioux City Diocesan cheerleading contest in conjunction with the recent basketball tournament at Garrigan high school. Champion was the Emmetsburg Catholic cheerleaders. Pic- tured above are the Garrigan gals who keep things humming at the Bear games this winter. Left to right. Marian Kohlhaas, Sue Nelson, Patti McGuire, Janet McGuire and Becky Lickteig. Exclusive Advance photo by Mike Stillman. Strike meeting Graettinger. Besides Mrs. Rusk, there is one son and three other daughters. Mr. Sorensen died March Z2, 19D2. Born Thora Larsen, the daughter of Christinia and Chris tiarsen at Nevada on June 12, 1883, she grew up at Nevada. After marriage, the Sorensens farmed near Ruthven until his retirement in 1943. The moved Governor, on Feb. 14 from 2 to 5 p.m. The public is welcome, to Graettinger at that time. A meeting between the striking workers of the Weidenhoff Corp. and the management was held Wednesday morning (yesterday). A committee of employees and the Weidenhoff officers met with mediators at the Johnson House ail morning Wednesday. At noon, Wei- denhoff president Ken Peirce said "nothing settled" and added that another meeting would be held in the afternoon. The strike is now in its 8th day. Meeting for women dated Feb. 7 Naomi Shank, extension specialist in housing and equipment from the Ames university will be in Algona Feb. 7 at 1:30 to discuss "Household Efficiency Through Storage and Arrangement" with Kossuth homemakers. Emphasis will be on the kitchen, utility room and bath. The lesson will be given at the extension meeting room in Al- Dora Bierstedt found dead in home Dora Bierstedt was found dead in her home at 611 East Oak street Wednesday morning about ten o'clock. A coroner's inquest was held Wednesday afternoon. Miss Bierstedt was a lifelong resident of Algona and over 80 years old. Funeral arrangements are pending with McCu'llbugh's in charge. Boilers crack at Bancroft church Bancroft — The frigid weather here cracked two boilers in St. John's Catholic church some time early Monday and left the building without heat. New boil ers were located Monday after noon in New York State and arc being shipped with arrival this week, it is hoped. Workmen are clearing away the debris. Th portable altar has been place in the school cafeteria where masses are being held for th next several days. A.M. 65, of Bancroft, (lies Monday Bancroft A. M. "Allie" BANCROFT HOMEMAKER Bancroft — Dianna Crowley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowley Sr. of Bancroft, is the gona. The meeting is open to j St. John's high school 1966 Bet- the public, as well as for repre-' ~ sentatives from woman's in the county. clubs ty Crocker Homemaker of To morrow. She scored highest in a written and attitude exam. Meyers, 65 of Bancroft, died suddenly Monday.' Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 9:30 a.Hi. in the St John's high school auditoriun with Msgr. Joseph Schultes of ficiating and burial in St. John's cemetery. Mr. Meyers was stricken and died at the Leisure Lanes bowl ing alley here about 7:20 p.m Monday night. He was a longtime Bancrof carpenter and was born Marcl 1, 1900 at Titonka, the son o Magdalena and Aloys Meyen He was a graduate of St. John' high school in Bancroft and wa never married. He served in World War I and was a member of the Ban croft American Legion post, th Bancroft fire department and the Catholic Order of Foresters. He also ushered in St. John's church for many years. Survivors include one brother, Frank of Bird Island, Minn.; LWO sisters, Mrs. Marie Hills, Detroit, Mich.; and Mrs. George West of Dallas, Texas; plus nine nieces and ten nephews including Mrs. Frank Lichliter and Ex-Bancroft youth shot in mouth BANCROFT — A former Bancroft youth, 15-year old LeRoy Hinz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hinz of Buffalo Center, suffered bullet wounds while hunting rabbits with a friend on the Hinz farm this week. He is in serious condition in the Buffalo Center hospital. ,„,, :..'".' •) Present massed vocal concert Paul Simmons, both of Bancroft. Pole sheared off in car crash A light and power pole was sheared off and the car involved was a total wreck after an accident Saturday night about H p.m. According to Patrolman Charles Bird the accident occurred about one-half mile A shotgun pellet richochet- ed and hit him in the mouth. The bullet lodged in his throat and has not been taken out. The Hinz family formerly farmed just west of Bancroft until a few years ago. The boy is a freshman in the Buffalo Center high school. Utilities lets big contract for power line A $31,252.82 contract was let by the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities for a new power line around the east side of the city. Successful bidder was Jay E. Williams, Dubuque. The other bid was for $37,849.33 from North Central Line Service Inc., Alta. The new line will complete a 13,800 volt loop. There are now two feeders out of the light plant and these will be joined. Some new switches wil be installed which will open and close. If there is a probleir in one area the power can b fed from a different section. Installation will start north east of the city limits to th east city limits, including phase near the residence of Dr Bray and tied in at Schult Bros, garage. According to Superintenden Father sued for damages to son's hand A damage case asking $32,000 was filed in court at Emmetsburg on behalf of Danny Iblings against the boy's father, Glenn Iblings, as the result of an accident at the Algona Hotel here last November. The petition is filed by Charles Barlow as "next friend" of the 6 year old boy. According to the petition there was an electrically powered meat grinder in the hotel kitchen that could be turned on and off by the boy. November 9 the boy was in the kitchen, and the petition says the father knew the boy was curious about the meat grinder. The petition says the father left the boy unattended in the kitchen, and the boy turned the grinder on and put is hand into it. The boy lost all of his fingers n that hand, plus a part of the land. The father was operating the hotel coffee and dining room at hat time, but the family has ince moved to Emmetsburg. Enrollment at Farm school maximum The farm management school is filled with 80 farmers and farm managers dated Feb. 10, 17 and 24th, reports Galen De- Valois, county extension 'direci? tor. This school is sponsored by the Kossuth Extension Service in cooperation with the Ames university. The school will be taught by Herb Howell, Extension Economist, and Bill Turner, District Extension Economist and the County Extension Staff. It will be held in the basement of the V. F. W. hall in Alona. Enrollment was restricted to 0: Algona — Robert Black, Hugh Black, Frank Brusie, Mrs. ilmer E. Cook, Charles Dearchs, ohn Dreesman, J. F. Hofius, Ro- [er Keith, Mrs. J. D. Lowe, ames Spear; Armstrong — Evirett Thorson, Virgil Tokheim. Bancroft — David L. Kollasch, Albert C. Kollasch, Ross Inman; VUll^-l-* U >JWV» V «»»w*.«*. ... »-. • I • I I 1 • Al north of the Good Hope church. Palmer work will begin th Neither Roger John Harms, Ti- middle of April and plans are tonka 17 nor passenger, Linda for completion by July 1st if Knoll,' 17, Lone Rock, were in-1 weather permits, jured when the auto left the' road, jumped the ditch, broke of! the polo and tore out some fence. Ro.^jr Harms was charged with failure to have control. Pancake supper at Lakota Feb. 9 Jode — Clarence K. Bormann, lohn Capesius, Cyril Thilges, Barney Thilges; Burt — Robert Angus, Richard Campney, James f. Coady, Edgar Keith, Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., Russell Patterson, Art Person; Corwith — Jim Fett, reo. Guenther, James MulUns. Cylinder — Kenneth Johnson; Elmore — Carlyle Engelby, Melvin Loegmann, Edwin Naumann, Sam Orvick, Andrew Torkelson, Lowell Underbakke; Fenton — David Berkland, Ervin Borchardt, Chris Dahl, Darrell Dreyer, Wayne Lynch; Lakota — Aug. R. Baumann, Jeffrey Blome, Ernest Heidecker, Marvin Heidecker, Orland D. Peterson. Ledyard — Roy J. Clow, Donald Mino, Sidney Payne, Gerald Pederson, Junior Sullivan; Livermore — Tom Bormann, Francis Bormann, W. H. Kohlhaas; Lone Rock — 0. T. Cherland, Dean Culbertson, James Dodds, Duane Habeger, Ralph Hammer- trom, Junior Hurlburt, Roger E. ensen, Ray Laabs, Robert Schmidt, Jr. LuVerne — Dan E. Froehlich, Darrell Fett, Willard Fett; Sexon — Glen Gabrielson; Swea Ci- y — Edward Bauer, Harold Fis- Lakota — Men of St. The Brotherhood Paul's Lutheran Cravoside services for St. Jee baby Graveside rites were held on i event will be held Wednesday Tuesday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. Feb - 9 fr°m 5 to 8 p.m. Prices Kohlhaas, i ai' e 75 c f ° r adults and 35c foi and Mrs. children 12 and under. Along ! church of Lakota are sponsor, in« an annual Pancake Supoer ! to be held at the church. This ABOUT 400 PERSONS attended the concert in the AHS gymnasium Tuesday evening. Students from Eagle Grove. Humboldt, Clear Lake and Algona participated in the annual vocal festival sponsored by the conference. Pictured arc some of the members of the massed chorus with Conductor Gearhart Schroth, Rochester, Minn., and accompanist Sally Bay. Before the appearance of the massed chorus each individual mixed chorus performed. Picture by Mike StUlman. for Gerald Michael ini'ant son of Mr. Ralph Kohlhaas, Livermore. Father Leo Schumacher conducted the service at St. Joseph's cemetery. There are four other children, three brothers and a sister. Grandparents are Mrs. Henry Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. John Kollasch of Algona. Ham- jilton's were in charge of ar- iranwmonts. with the pancakes, sausage, des sort and coffee will also be served. TO VIET NAM Wesley — Richard Gardnei son of the Leon Gardners, sta tioned at Fort Sill, Okla., is awaiting orders to leave fo Viet Nam. cher, Laurel Peterson, Bill Pheps, William Tokheim; Titonka— (ohn R. Sleper; Whittemore — Joseph H. Besch, Alvin Riggert, John S. Simpson; Wesley — Robert Boleneus, Burton Hanson, Joe Skow. FATHER IS DEAD Funeral services were held today (Thursday) in Britt for Martin Nelson, 84, father of Mrs. Glenn Chally. He died in Anaheim, Calif, where he had been hospitalized for two weeks. Burial will be in the Crystal Lake cemetery. Mrs. Nelson died j^ 1938. There are five other sous and daughters.

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