Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 17, 1966 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 17, 1966
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ADVANCE ALMANAC DigMt of Wuk's NEWS "SHOP THE ADVANCE GROCERY AD* EVERY W1IK - AND SAVE' State Historical Stfttisty Iowa Qit?,-;toite BUILDING PERMITS A. L. Kabrick, reshingle dwelling at 810 S. Moore. NEW COURT CASE Federal North Iowa Grain Co. vs. William Becker, account, $479.71. WEDDING PERMITS Kenneth J. Heldorfer, Marilyn R. Vaske, both Bancroft. Jerome J. Judge, Patricia L. Goetz, both Boone. ALGONA MARKETS New Corn $1.12 February Beans $2.73 May beans $2.76 Oats 68c (Markets furnished weekly by Hobarton branch of Whittemore Elevator.) ALGONA WEATHER High Low Snow Robert Kevin Schmitt, Algona, Dodge. FARM AUCTIONS Alqona K cm nth County Entered as second class matter, Dec. 1, )908, ot Algona, Iowa, 50511 postoffice under Act of Congress March 8, 1879 VOL, 66—NO, 14 THURSDAY, FEB. 17, 1966 - ALGONA* IOWA - 16 PAGES IN 2 SECTIONS Feb. 9 51 Feb. 10 39 Feb. 11 34 Feb. 11 46 Feb. 13 16 Feb. 14 29 Feb. 15 36 Feb. 16 — MAYOR'S COURT Harold Gary Harms, Burt, improper parking, $5; Clair Erickson, St. Charles, 111., stop sign violation, $5; Kenneth R. Dole- 44 .28 29 (rain) 27 22 11 6 13 —5 trace (rain) 1" zal, Park Forest, 111., stop sign violation, $5; Darrell D. Green, Algona, reckless driving, $25; Dwight H. Decken, Whittemore, disturbing the peace, $10; Robert William Nock Jr., Ringsted, failure to have control, $10; Chris Reefer, Algona, intoxication, 10 days. ST. ANN BIRTHS Ftb. 17 — C. A. Derner estate sale, at farm located Vz- mile south and three miles east of Whittemore. Sale includes 88 head of cattle, 59 hogs, sheep and machinery. Quinn, Clark & Clark, auctioneers; Farmers St. Bank, Whittemore, clerk. Full sale details in last Thursday's Advance. Ftb. 18 — Lee Kiley estate sale, at farm located 5 miles north and Vi mile west of Sexton. Sale includes complete line of machinery plus 30 head of sheep. Quinn & Leek, auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bank, clei'K. luil sale detail* in last Monday's Advance. Feb. 18 — Robert Mogler farm sale, at farm located % mile east of the Whittemore creamery. Sale includes dairy cattle, teed and farm machinery. Virgil and Raymond Spencer, auctioneers; Farmers State Bank, Whittemore, clerk. Full sale details in Advance last Monday. Feb. 22 — Roy Stene farm auction, located Vis-mile east, % mile north, 3 east of Leland, la. Sale includes 55 head of Hoi- stein cattle and machinery. Johnson & Murra, auctioneers. Sale details in today's Advance, Feb. 10 — Mr. and Mrs. Dean Loss, Algona, boy, 8 Ib. 8 oz, Feb. 11 — Mr. and Mrs. John Gales, Livermore, girl, 7 Ib. 3 oz. Feb. 14 — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jensen, Ringsted, boy, 7 Ib. 10 oz. Fei>. 15 — Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Blum, Algona, girl, 7 Ib. 6 oz. Feb. 16 — Mr. and Mrs. Mich- Feb. 23 — Albert Wermer sen farm sale, at farm located one mile north of Corwith on highway 60. Sale includes good line of equipment and 101 head of livestock. C. B. West, auctioneer; Corwith State Bank clerk. Full sale details in today's Advance. Feb. 23 Mrs. Margare Krapp closing out sale, at farn located mile west of Bancrof cemetery, VA mile south. Sale includes machinery, feed and building. Farmers & Traders Savings Bank. Bancroft, clerk; Quinn & Clark, auctioneers. Full sale details in Advance Monday. Feb. 24 — Joe Divis dairy auction, at farm located from 18 and 169 junction north of Algo- ael Schiltz, Bancroft, boy, 7 Ib. na, 4 miles east on highway 18, -_.. ,..' , ,. ,-, r._u I frmr miloc smith ann 1 Vd nillPS 12V2 oz.; Dr. and Mrs. Ray Baldwin, Algona, girl, 10 Ib. 3 oz. ST. ANN HOSPITAL four miles south and 1'A miles ast. Sale includes 33 high graae [olsteins plus equipment. Secu- ity State Bank, Algona, clerk. Rites Thursday at Whittemore for Rodman man Funeral services for Edwin H. Janssen, 54, Rodman, will be held today (Thursday) at 1:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore with Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiating. Mr. Janssen had been in Palo Alto County hospital since Jan. 26. He died Monday, Feb. 14. Edwin H. Janssen was born Dec. 12, 1911 in Ayrshire, the on of William and Tade Locnt anssen. He married Helen En ger, May 14, 1936 at Emmets >urg. Mr. Janssen received his chooling in Emmetsburg and had farmed 23 years in the Rod man area. Surviving besides his wife are our daughters: Shirley, Mrs Jerald Walders; Ruth, Mrs. Dar rell Howieson; Carol, Mrs. Jame Tollesson; and Patricia Janssen His mother, Mrs. William Jans sen, lives in Emmetsburg an one grandson also survives. Other survivors are four brothers and four sisters. "Arnold, of Watertown, Wis.; Earl, Panora; Leo, Graettinger; Wilbur, of Emmetsburg; Liddia, Mrs. Chester Voster; Dorothy, Mrs. Lyle Baedke, Des Moines; Gladys, Mrs. Fred Duitsman Waveny; Frieda, Mrs. George Griffen, Des Moines. Pallbearers are James Janssen, David Janssen, Laverne Enger, Dale Baedke, John Voster and Ervin Janssen. Burial will be in Riverside cemetery in Rodman with Hyink funeral home of Whittemore in charge. Mary Von Bank, former area woman, dies Funeral services for Mrs. Ma ry Von Bank. 86, were held on Monday, Feb. 14 at St. Peter am Paul's church in West Bend. Th Open House by National Guard Weidenhoff strike enters fourth week; no change A regular semi-monthly meeting of the striking Local 1045 from Weidenhoff'* WM held Tuesday night but the meeting was generally routine as the strike at the local plant went into its fourth week. Fifteen new, members were taken into the union at the meeting, held in the Izaak Walton hall in downtown Algona. Ken Holeomb, Whittemore, said the strike was discussed but that no vote was taken and another vote will not be taken among union members until the employee's committee and management have another meeting. At the present, negotiations are at a standstill and the strike continues. Feb. 9 — Darlene Orton, Algona, medical; Harlem Lacy, of Burt, surgery; Joseph Kennedy, Bancroft, medical. Feb. 10 — Louise Murphy, of Algona, medical; Lucy Wessel, Algona, medical; Dorothy Vig dal, Algona, medical; Grace Bristow, Burt, medical; Richard Hutzell, Bancroft, medical. Feb. 12 — Baby Jason Thill, Algona, boarder; John Johnson, Mason City, accident; Mrs. Nettie Fischer, Burt, medical. Feb. 13 — Dorothy Reutzel Burt, medical. Feb. 14 — Raymond Wessel Algona, medical; Mrs, Margaret Fox, Bancroft, medical; Kathryn Sorenson, Algona, medical; Leo Elsbecker Bancroft, surgery Donald Smith Sr,, Algona, surg ery. Feb. 15 — Vernon Wenger Algona, medical. Feb. 15 — Fred Lain, of Burt fracture. NEW VEHICLES Everett J. or Dorothy John son, Swea City, Travel Trl.; No Central Pub. Serv., Algona, Int'l Algona Impl. Co., Algona, Int'l. trk.; Anton E. Pearson, Wesley, Chev. p/u; Ralph Reding, Ottosen, Chev. p/u; M. Jos. Bradley, Algona, CMC p/u; Welp Hatchery, Bancroft, Chev. panel; Kenneth G. Bormann, Bode, Chev.; Arden L. Kramersmeter, Swea City, Ford; Harriet A. Lynch, Algona, Ford; Henry Bailey, Wesley, Cad.; Richard A. O'Green, Swea City, Merc.; Walter W. O'Green, Armstrong, Merc.; William E. Ley, Lakota, Lincoln; Gerald H. Voigt, Fenton, Buick; Robert Gerhard Holm, Ledyard, Chev.; Kenneth E. Farrell, Whittemore, Chev.; Clement James or Irma Brandenburg, Armstrong, Chev.; August or Dorothy Bernau, Burt, Chev.; Leslie George Baxter, Lone Rock Ohev.; Charles C. Sorensen, Cor with, Dodge; Jerry Reinhard Schutjer, Titonka, Chev.; Clare E. Wengert, Wesley, Ford; Her man or Johanna Franzen, Titon ka, Pont.; Gary N. Frideres, Ot tosen, Pont; Arthur M. Ander son, West Bend, Rambler; Rob ert or Shirley Lovstad, Ford; Elmer E. Sehaefer, Buffa lo Center, Font; Norbert Aug ust Zumach, WMttcjnorQ, Buick luinn & Leek, auctioneers. Full ale details in Advance Monday. Feb. 25 — Ronald Knudtson arm auction, at farm one mile ivest and 8 miles south of Lake Mills. Sale includes 200 acres of good farm land, 7-room louse, barn and other buildings, fohnson and Murra, auctioneers; 'ull sale details in today's Advance. Services for Mrs. Bristow dated Friday Mrs. Grace Bristow, 74, Burt, died Tuesday at St. Ann hospital after being in failing health for THE. ANNUAL "Muster Day" for the local National Guard unit will be held Saturday of this week from 2 until 4 p.m. There will be free coffee and doughnuts and the public is invited to inspect the facilities and armory that day. Roster of the local unit includes three officers and 92 non- commissioned men. Capt. Howard Stepnendon is m charge of the unit with'Lts. Gerald Thatcher and John Eno assisting. The unit is shown above during regular meeting hours last Saturday afternoon. A full page elsewhere in the Advance gives details. Exclusive Advance Photo by Glenn Graham. HELLO Algona.. News of families and newly married couples who have recently moved to Algona. several years. Rev. Louis Greving officiate with burial in the West Ben cemetery. Mrs. Von Bank died Thursda evening at Haywood nursing home, Emmetsburg, where she had been residing. Prior to that time she had lived for a time at the Good Samaritan home in Algona. Mrs. Von Bank, the former Mary Stattleman, was born at Wheaton, 111., but moved to the West Bend - St. Joe community at an early age and had resided there since. In 1898, she married Michael Von Bank. A farmer, he died in 1946. Surviving are three children, Mrs. Roy Kenne, of West Bend, Mrs. Theresa Gordon, oi Colorado Springs, Colo., and Edward Von Bank, Rolfe; 14 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren. A brother. Edward Stat- tleman, also survives. Pallbearers were grandsons, Harold, John, Richard and Rob Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Brandt noved from Osceola the latter part of November. They are liv- ng at 712V-; E. McGregor St. VIr. Brandt is the manager of ;he meat department at Hood's. Their children are Deborah, 13; Lloyd, 10; Vickie, 9. The family attends the Methodist church. * Gladys Mohana, sister of Mrs. Herman Hauberg, moved here to make her home withi,,Mrs. Hauberg on Jan. 20th. She is a retired office manager for an auto distributing company in Davenport. * Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gatton are nevvlyweds who live at 160£ E. Oak street. He is employed at Universal Mfg. Co. and works at the Johnson House They attend St. Cecelia's church They moved here Jan. 29th. * Mr. and Mrs. Steve Krasean came to Algona on Feb. 9 fron Waterloo. He is the assistan manager at Dunn's Sure Save grocery. They are living a 1406 E. Linden street and atten the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Monro he Herb Hedlunds north of Alona on Hwy. 169 on Feb. 16. Ar. Monroe was transferred icre as territory manager of ohn Deere the first of December from Moline, 111. They have n five months old son, Sean, and attend the Baptist church. * Mr. and Mrs. Steve Canaday ere married Jan. 12 in Algona and are living at Van Buren fiotor Court. She is the former Jnda Farrow. He is a iriecha'h- c for Ken's Auto. • * Mr. and Mrs. Roger Batt were married Nov. 27 in Algona. She s the former Beatrice Ricke and has been employed for two years at Iowa Finance where she still works. He lived at Irvington and works for North Centra Public Service. They are Pres byterians. * Mr. and Mrs. John F. Baas re tired from a farm near Whittemore and moved to Algona Dec. 8, 1965. at 214 N. Woodworth street. They purchased the former home of the Jim Steeles. Mr. Baas has farmed most of his life and is interested in that type of work. They attend the Grover Keagle services held at Titonka moved to the former home of Trinity Lutheran church. Funeral services will be Friday afternoon at the Methodist church at Burt. Mrs. Bristow was born Dec. 18, 1891, at Rensellaer, Dnd., nd was married to Clyde Bris- ow. They farmed in the Burt rea for many years retiring to urt in 1942. She is survived by a daugh er, Mrs. Charles Lappe, Burt, and five sons, Ralph, Burt; Merrin, Irvington; Calvin, Backus, Minn.; Homer, Algona; and Richard, LuVerne. One daughter died in infancy. She is also sur vived by a sister and two bro hers. Friends niay call after 3 p.m Thursday at the Garry Funera Home at Bancroft. Open house Feb. 27 fer Lone Reck woman Mrs. Evelyn Earing, Lone Rock po*tmistre*s for the past 4? ytars, will N honored at an open house Svnday, Feb. 37 from 2 until 4 p.m. at the Lone Rock Legion Hall. There will be a short program at 3 p.m. and the event is being sponsored by the American Legion Av«ili*ry and the bw- siness people. She retired recently. ert Von Bank, Irvin and Marvin tenne. Algona; Clara, Mrs. Frank Kolasch, Minneapolis, Minn.; Vic- .orine, Mrs. Leo McDonald, De- iroit, Mich. Debaters win five, lose five Bancroft woman rolls 244 game BANCROFT — A Bancroft woman, Alice Droessler, rolled a 244 game at the Leisure Lanes last Friday night in the Mixed League and it was the highest line rolled by a woman here in six years. She topped a 243 game rolled by Darlene Cayler in 1960. Miss Droessler had a 606 series with other games totaling 180 and 182. Burt student has lead opera role John Lovstad, son of the Raymond Lovstads, Burt, has the role of Basilio in the opera "The Marriage of Figaro" by Mozart which will be given at Mankato State college, Feb. 16 to 19. The character of Basilio is the lead of all tenor parts. John is a junior. His parents, grandpar ents, the Earl Millers, Algona and a sister, the Ray Lichters West Union, plan to attend Sat urday. He was on the dean's list Rites Tuesday for John Thill of St. Benedict Funeral services for John E. Thill, 79, St. Benedict, were held Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the St Benedict Catholic church. Fr Nicholas Ruba was celebrant at the Requiem high mass. Pallbearers were Vernon Pla the, Arthur Plflthe, Harold Kol lasch, Donald Kollasch, Joe Faber, and Herman Faber. Burial j participated in"the tournament was in the parish cemetery with|f rom Illinois, Iowa and Nebras Hamilton's funeral home in \ k a . Marion high school of Om- harge. ; a ha, Neb., won the tournament. The son of Nicholas and Eli-' abeth Von Bank Thill, John E., vas born on June 3, 1886 in lUxemburg. The family came to The AHS debate team, under the direction of John Vint, attended a three-state debate t'est at Iowa State University last Saturday. Negative team Mike Stillman and Gregg Buchanan won two and lost three. The affirmatives, Glen Tschetter anc Phil Taylor, won three and lost two. Between 30 and 35 schools Funeral services for Grover teagle, 72, Titonka, were held Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock at the Blake funeral home vith Rev. Richard Thomas officiating. Burial was in the Bufalo township cemetery. Casket bearers are Jerry Schutjer, Harm Huisinga, Roland Fox, Floyd Huisman, Leo Richter and Walter Haack. Mr. Keagle died Sunday, Feb 13, at the Briit hospital after a 16-day illness, He was born March 10, 1893 in Gibson City, 111., son of Samue and Martha Hillison Keagle, and came to the Titonka area in 1917. He had never married. His life occupation was farm ing and custom work. Survivors are four brother and three sisters: Logan, Mayer Minn.; Raymond, Minneapolis Stanley, Sarasota, Fla.; Dorvan Terril; Erma, Mrs. Berton Yale, Lehigh; Mrs. Carrie Wilson, Titonka; Viola, Mrs. Carl Wright, Rota, Spain. His parents are deceased. Mrs. Bickert new secretary The neAy Red Cross executive secretary is Mrs. Robert Bickert to succeed Cidney Laird who is retiring March 1. Other officers elected at the reorganizational meeting at the Algona Hotel Monday nighl were: Don Hemmingsen, presi dent; Ruth Ley, Lakota, 1st vice Tom Garry, Bancroft, 2nd vice Florence Studer, LuVerne, 3rc vice; Anna Merritt, treasurer Lynn Dole, Irvington, secretary George Hutchins, area repre sentative from Mason City, wa present to aid in the reorganization plans. The office will be maintained in the present location. Ledyard youth gets Scout award Robert Powers, son of Mr. nd Mrs. S. L. Powers of Ledard, was presented the Catho- c Scout award, "Ad Altare )ei" at St. Mary's Catholic hurch at Storm Lake Sunday. L High Mass was celebrated by Jishop Joseph M. Muller with banquet following. Robert is , member of the Ledyard Sa;red Heart church. C.Y.O. and nembar of the Lakota Boy Scout Troop No. 49. His parents nd Margaret attended the event. ....... TRUCK AT LAKOTA Lakpta'— The Goodwiinruck will be in Lakota Monday, Feb 21, states Mrs. Henry Mitchell representative for this area. Two accidents here Monday Two minor accidents were reported Monday. No charges vere filed in either one. About 4 p.m. cars driven by John Albin Larson and Jean Male Robinson collided at the in- erseotion of Jones and Call streets. Estimated damage to x»th cars was $75. On South Phillips street Wendell Lee Rockwell of Thompson was stopped behind a truck at the stop sign about 7 p.m. His auto was struck from behind by one driven by Mrs. Garland Bradley. Estimated damage to the Rockwell vehicle was $40 to the rear bumper and fender. . >. ' . • CHILI SUPPER Bancroft — The Bancroft Boy Scouts will hold a chili supper nexfTu'esda'y"' night; Feb. 22 beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the Legion clubrooms. The public is invited. Bancroft serves 1800 at "Pancake Day" Cossuth county in 1890. He married Theresa Fuhrman on June 3, 1913 at St. Joe and Hospital now wired for TV St. Ann hospital has been com- Winter concert at Swea City The annual winter concert oi the Swea City bands will be held Friday night of this week. The program will start at 7:30 p.m. and will include music by the Cadet Band, Junior Band and Senior Band. There will also be a coronet solo by Ellen they moved to a farm at St. Ben- pletely wircd ' for TV , it was an .' « ho "nhair of Bancroft V lunch edict in 1939. Mrs. Thill died in kounced this week. Almost ev- ~ ho - nhau ° J Bantlott - A lunth 1964. He died Saturday night at ery room in the hospital has a his home after a year's illness. TV "jack" in it now as a special He had retired from the farm \ service to patients. Sets may be some time ago. rented for use in the rooms. Surviving are three sons and ; Tne entire pro ject was done free four daughters: Marcella, Mrs., by tne Electronic Specialties of Gerald Garman, Algona; Caro-| line, Mrs. Irvin Eischen, of Lu-1 Verne; Roman, St. Benedict; Bernice, Mrs. Robert Mayer, Algo- POST OFFICE CLOSING na; Harold, Algona: Orville, Irv- ] The post office will be closed 1 for the second quarter of the ington; Elvera, Mrs. John Ka- 1 Washington's birthday. There [school year, it _ was announced ..... ' ' "'"" ' ™ ........ """ ^~" J " will be served by the Music Boosters alter the concert. Three Swea girls get all "A's" Three Ssvea City high school. — — — -- ., girls had straight "A" averages right, Ed Thompson, Lakota, Faye Ashe, Jim Melp, Lamont "^ _ t -* 1 _ ~". _ . ,., i .. T» ,. ±i- ,„ .1-. »xi sit 11 i»rt ol-\rxii'c- ftnat- U/trt MORE THAN 1800 persons were served 5500 pancakes last Saturday at the annual Bancroft Pancake Day celebration. Ideal weather brought a record turnout and some of the workers are shown above. Top, cooks on the line included, left to jewski, Algona. One daughter is deceased. will be no window service and no carrier deliveries in town or Also surviving are 31 grand- country. Incoming mail will be children and two brothers and i worked to post office boxes and this week. They were Candy Elliott, Shirlie Smouse and Eileen Swanson. Others on the honor roll included 12 seniors, three sisters: Michael, Whitte-' outgoing mail will be dispatched eight juniors, 11 sophomores for the fall quarter with 3.5. ' more; Mary, Mrs. Tony Schmitt,' as usual. and 15 freshmen. Jansen and Tony Accurso. Bottom picture shows chef Bob Vaske with waitresses Marilyn Priester, Mary Jane and Rita Bollig and Janice McCarthy. Serving was from 11 a.m. until 2 p m and plenty of sausages, butter, syrup, coffee and mjlk was consumed besides the "cakes." Winners of four $25 savings bonds given away by the Farmers and Traders Savings Bank of Bancroft were Mrs. Maurice Bernhard, Mrs. Gene Elsbjecker, Gordon Delperdanp; and Raymond "Jimmy" Menke.

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