Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1966 · Page 1
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Coffw Break • * . "A woman's top •ory it her escort"—Ad for • $95 dinner jacket, (So date • girl whose costume you match.) ... So far nobody in low* it imitating that Denver $2,000,. 000 club exclusively for junior A senior high students. . . .Luncners are asking Bab* when he'll stage a Fashion Show with lovely models like Andy's western cafe. . . . Our roundtable strategists think blockhouses A blockades might rescue LBJ from Vietnam with hit pants. * * # Rumors persist that an unspeakable thing happened to a prize winning abstract painting at a State Fair exhibit (The man was out to lunch the day before the show opened.) I'm sure Grant Wood himself would never have tolerated such intolerance, even of a botchy slurp. >]'• >ii ft Maybe this is a new world record: Peter, the 13-year old son of Preacher Fukuyama who used to live in Iowa, broke his arms 3 times within a few months: Once off a skateboard, once his bike collided, & once he fell from a tree. No permanent damage. But imagine his fate if his Dad weren't on such good terms with the Almighty. were tried in Iowa. * * * FARAWAY LOVER \Jy lover lies 1,000 leagues away Distance will not change him, have no fear; Tho he lies 1,000 leagues away tfis ties will be the same As when he's here. —JEAN LUND Kamrar * It! * Iowa's Stingiest Million aira wants to keep the same phono number when he moves; declines to pay $7 a month for stringing extra wire. I forgot to add that the "all purpose" drink mentioned above Is good for athlete's foot too. . . . It's time to begin moaning those Income Tax ouches. . . . What a month it's been, with GW A Abe as America's valentinesl . . . Don't look now, but "By far th«lir0tt1 paid circulation of any county papor." State Hiotoi*ioa.L Iowa City, lows. Entered as second data matter, Dec. 1, 1908, at Algona, Iowa, 5051) poitoffice under Act of Conaress March 8. 1879 VOL. 66—NO. 17 MONDAY, FEB. 21, 1966 — ALGONA, IOWA — 8 PAGES PLUS SUPPLEMENT threatens beef plant there's no solution; so seek it lovingly. Bancroft baby dies Thursday at Estherville " — family 7nan with a whip" Winter dream of a timid husband: He visualizes hirmelf cracking the whip this spring; inducing his family to do his chores. Voila: with rake, mower & sickle, working like bullied beavers. Maybe he himself can play a little early golf. , * * * FULL-TIME WIFE Aptitude tests were invented To help us plan our lives. Show me a test to measure The skills of full-time wives! — CLEO GRAHAM Webster City * ••> « News spreads like wildfire through hog-pens and cowbarns that tor a mere $194 you can buy a semi-genuine French-type bidet attachment for your bath room; that is, if you have indoor plumbing. Handy for bathing your feet or feminine hygiene or spraying your muddy shoes. Maybe Massey-Ferguson or John Deere can add it to their lines. * ••'.• * You'll be cheered by the British Medical Journal's discovery (asterisk) that "persons who liavu (jivau up smoking have a lower death rate from heart disease than those who never smoked." It's never too late to shuck a foolisli habit. *Via Bruna Pieracci, housekeeper & ex-Ankeny teacher. * * * An Iowa millionaire who wants to adopt a baby schemes to hire a young collegian & coed to wed & produce a made-to- order baby for him to adopt. He expects the whole transaction might $10,000 than cost him nearer five. Also, he Bancroft — A 21-month baby died the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. She was Margaret Ann Schulte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schulte. The infant's father is stationed with the Air Force in Goose Bay, Labrador and the mother has been staying with relatives here. Mrs. Scnuite's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Constantine Schi- Itz and her grandmother is Mrs. Christina Wilhelmi, all of Bancroft. The youngster was taken to the hospital early Thursday and aied about 15 minutes after arrival. An autopsy was to be performed. The funeral arrangements were in charge of the Garry funeral home and were held at 10 a.m. Saturday morning. Five from area are Ames graduates Ames — The winter quarter ended at the university at Ames with the graduation of 332 students on Saturday, Feb. 26. Five area students received their degrees. From Algona were Gary u Angle, English and speech, son oi Mr .ana Mrs. Earl Anglo; Fred J. Duerr, industrial administration, son of Mr. and Mrs. frank Duerr; Larry W. Leaneagh, engineering operations; Jonn E. Mosbach, animal science, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mosbach, Whittemore; Gerald K, Fehr, ceramic engineering, Ph. D., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Fehr, West Bend. Officers are elected by youth council The Algona Protestant Youth Council met Sunday afternoon at the Congregational Center. Officers elected were Glenn Buchanan, president; vice president, Glen Tschelter; secretary, Services for Wm. Saiter at Manilla Sunday Funeral services for William Saiter, 96, Algona, were held Sunday (yesterday) at Manilla, Iowa, at 2 p.m. in the Methodist church. Burial was in the Nishnabotna cemetery there. William Edward Saiter was born July 31, 1869, in Marshall, 111. He married Lottie Woodyard in 1909 at Manilla. He had been in excellent health until his death at St. Ann hospital Thursday. Mr. Saiter was a meat cutter | who retired in 1948 and had ,! made his home with his son, olcl i Frank Saiter, here since then. He was the former mayor of Crushed t© death when machine overturns fears the young couple may back out after he's supported them for a year & the baby's born. Vlanilla and had a lifetime mem- aership in the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Wor kmen AFL and CIO North America. Surviving besides his son Frank and one grandchild is a sister, Mrs. Frank Geisert, Marshall, 111. To sell 47-year old hall, Swea City The First Baptist church of Swea City will sell its Fellowship Hall and other items on Saturday of this week, March 5. Proceeds of the sale will go into the building fund for the new church. ...---':-....•. The Fellowship Hall came into being in 1.919 when the old school located near the Hagbert Olson farm was purchased, moved to its present locale and enlarged for a Guild Hall. Approximate cost at the time was $2,000. The hall will be replaced this year with a modern brick and cement block building. Two from Algona in college tests Grinnell — Two Algona high school seniors were invited to the Grinnell campus for the weekend to take tests for the Trustee Honor Scholarships. They are John B. Snyder, son of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Snyder, and Gregg A. Buchanan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen K. Buchanan. The boys were among 15 finalists in the competition for the scholarship. Winners will be announced soon after the tests and those who do not receive one of the honor awards will be eligible for other Grinnell scholarships. AN ESTHERVILLE MAN, 44-year old Obert L. Chesley, was killed almost instantly Thursday afternoon when the pay- loader overturned in the picture above, crushed him to death when it tipped over on him 3 miles south and 2Vz miles east of Titonka about 2:45 p.m. Chesley was employed by the Marian Hagedorn Construction Co. of Spirit Lake and was moving the payloader from.one job to another. The crew had been cutting out trees in dredge ditches for the county. Although there were no witnesses to the accident, Titonka farmer William Fritz was the first person on the scene. He had passed the payloader ;_pn the blacktop just before he turned into his farm drive. The blacktop ends at that corner and a gravel road begins. Fritz told Deputy Sheriff Don Wood, who was called to the scene to investigate, that he just entered his house when he heard a crash. He rushed out and saw the machine in the ditch north of his house. Fritz was unable to get Chesley from underneath the payloader. Dr. R. E. Jongewaard of Wesley was called and the Estherville man was pronounced dead. He died of internal injuries and a crushed chest. The machine tipped over on its top. Dave Walker; Hardgrove. treasurer, Kitty Representatives "—a famous all-purpose drink" This is an artistic version of a DM sportsman concocting a batch of his famed "all-purpose liqueur". It's good for mouthwash, noontime sip, 5 o'clock blues, shaving lotion, drinking with meals a la British, under-arm daintiness, antiseptic for scratches & insect bites, & as an after-dinner liqueur. You can see a spy in the shrubs, stealing the secret formula for a gang of eastern dis« tillers. He's about to be shot. * * * Did I remind you in time to send valentines or bonbons or flowers to your dreamgirls of long ago? They tell me it's an old custom in Montpelier, Vt. & San Antonio that a man who forgets to send a valentine to an old flame must take her to lunch. His wife must smile like a gentleman. It's high from the Good Hope Methodist, First Congregational, Presbyterian and Episcopalian churches attended the meeting. The main business was in planning the Easter Sunrise service to be held in Fellowship Hall. Advance sale Students of both Algona lugh and Garrigan will be allowed to purchase tickets for the Bulldog-Bear district tournament game in a pre-sale at the re^pecx live schools Monday. A total of 600 tickets will go on sale at both schools with the remainder to be turned in. The students may buy their ickets—on a one-per student jasis—and will be admitted into the gym from 5 until 5:20 ).m. Monday before the main ;ate is opened to the general public at 5:30 p.m. Although the gym is expected to be filled to capacity, its capacity of 2400 will probably be sufficient to hold all of the Al- gonans who want to see the Graveside rites for baby held Friday Graveside rites were held Friday for Angela Marie Becker, day old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker, Algona. The baby was born Feb. 23, at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge and died Thursday. Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiated at the services in Calvary cemetery at 2:00 p.m. Hamilton's funeral home was in charge. Grandparents are Mrs. Robert Gillingham, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker, of Wesley. New Regular Baptist pastor coming Pastor Charles Hawkins of Prairie Flower Baptist Church, of Washington, Iowa, has ac- Vandals destroy religious statue Swea City Herald resumes operation The Swea City Herald, which was burned out of its newspaper plant three weeks ago, re i sumed operation in new quar jters on highway 9 at Swea City I this week. The paper had been printed outside of Swea City during the time it took to set up the new shop. Mike Davis, editor and publisher, purchased the building into which the paper moved, last summer and had planned to move into the building later, until the recent fire moved up his plans. Barbara Medin scholarship finalist Whittemore — Barbara Medin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russ Medin of Whittemore and a senior in the Algona high school, was one of 54 seniors from eight midwest states who were guests on the Cornell college, Mt. Vernon, Iowa, campus the. weekend of Feb. 12-13 as Bound over on check charge An Algona man was bound over to the district court in Justice A LIFESIZE statue of the Virgin Mary was smashed and por- of the Peace Milton Norton's traits of two Popes were damaged Thursday night or early Fricourt Wednesday, Feb. 9 on a j day morning at the Garrigan high school The remains of the false check charge He was Rich-, statue is shown when investigating officers checked the prem- ard Dornbier. Bond of $500 was I i ses Friday morning. set and posted by Dornbier. He | The damage was discovered about 8 a. m. Friday by the Rev. cepted the call of Regular Baptist Church to minister here. is charged with writing a bad $25 check to the Hopkins Skelly Service in Algona. Concert Friday by Titonka band The Titonka high school band will present a mid-winter Pops Concert Friday night at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The band will play all Could kill the IBP operation at Irvington An announcement by Congressman Greigg of hearings on a proposed federal law against livestock feeding operations by packing companies has caused some concern here. Last November Iowa Beef Packers announced the purchase of the 400-acre Frank! farm near Irvington for a feeding plant. It was announced at a meeting here last November the project would be a $17 to $18 million dollar investment, and employ some 150 people. The Greigg announcement said hearings by five midwest- ern congressmen would be held this spring in Iowa by the House livestock and feed grains subcommittee. The five are Greigg, Bert Banstra, Fourth Iowa district, Clair A. Callan, Nebraska, Alec G. Olson, Minnesota, and Holland Redlin, North Dakota. Legislation was introduced in January by Banstra. His proposal would: 1. Ban livestock feeding by packers with more than $1 million in annual gross sales and by retail chain stores with meat- packing operations. 2. Bar any officer or director of a meat-packing firm with more than $1 million in annual gross sales from engaging in packer-feeding. 3. Prohibit meat packing firms covered by the legislation from purchasing livestock for slaughter through contracts with individual farmers. Iowa Beef Packers operate large beef processing facilities at Denison and at Fort Dodge. The Irvington project would probably supply beef to the Fort Dodge plant. It was stated the feeding operation would supply only a small fraction of the number of cattle needed by the plant. The Iowa Beef Packers is the third largest beef packers exceeded only by Swift and Armour. It would seem to local readers of the Greigg announcement that the proposed law would Services for Whittemore man held Saturday Reinhold H. Ostwald, 74, died at his home Thursday, Feb. 24, in Whittemore. Funeral services were Saturday at 3 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran church there with Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiating. Burial was in the parish cemetery with McCullough's in cha- j certainly eliminate any chance rge. Pallbearers were Edward | of the feeding operation being conducted at Irvington. Fined $25 on larceny charge Paul Kinnetz, 19 of Emmetsburg, was fined $25 and costs on a petty larceny charge in Justice of the Peace Delia Welter's court last Thursday. He admitted taking a transistor radio from the Tri-County Co-op Drying Assn. plant at Whittemore Tuesday afternoon. Sheriff finalists in the 8th annual William Fletcher King scholarship competition. Winners will be time this custom His duties will begin April 17th. 'announced March 15. Marvin Does. The vandals gained entrance by breaking a window in the study hall on the east side of the building. The statue of the Immaculate Conception was in the lobby. The damage was so severe it will have to be replaced, it was pushed from the pedastal and the head was smashed. The portraits of Pope Paul and Pope John were defaced with cigaret lighters, according to Chief of Police Al Boekelman, who investigated the vandalism with Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst. They indicated the damage might have been done by just a single party. Estimate of the damage was given at about $500,! w jiYvote"this 'moiUlTo^ whether mostly to the statue. No apparent attempt was made to enter any [ 0 a ii o \v the North Central Pub- Potratz, Richard Potratz, Arnold Fischer, Melvin Henry, Clem Bisenius and Marvin Lauck. Reinhold H. Ostwald was the son of Fredrick and Anna Halbroeder. He was born June 9, 1891 in Whittemore. In 1921 he married Bertha Voight in Whittemore. Survivors besides his wife is a daughter, Gladys, Mrs. Dale Coates, Cedar Falls, and three grandchildren. Other survivors are a brother and two sisters: Martin, Whittemore; Mrs. Amanda Ballheim Ral P h Lindhorst said Kinnetz was in the building on business and took the radio from the laboratory. and Mrs. Hulda Finn both of Los Angeles, Calif. He was a veteran of World War I and was a retired farmer. To vote on gas at LuYerne, Ledyard Two Kossuth county towns other rooms, nor was there any oilier damage. Students at the school were dismissed Thursday at 11 a. m. lie Service Co. a franchise for natural gas distribution. A vote kinds of music with a little i after concluding a three-day retreat which opened the Lenten, will be held at LuVerne tomor- something for everyone. Refresh-1 season, according to the Rev. Cecil Friedmann. Teachers were row (March 1) and at Ledyard ments will be served. there later but nothing was amiss until early Friday on March 23. All four Algona wrestlers win All four Algona high school wrestlers advanced into the semifinals of the State Class A wrestling meet at Waterloo Saturday and the Bulldogs were tied with Britt with five points each after one round. However, Britt advanced five men to Algona's four. Iwry Munger scared th.« only fall as he pinned John Larson of Mt. Ayr in 5:09 of their first round match Friday night. He met Sylvan Luloff of Jesup in the next round. Tom Samp scored a 2-1 win in his first 127-pound match as he nipped Jim Fisher of Turkey Valley. He went against Dick White of Monti- cello in the semis. Defending 145-pound champion Dave Martin moved into the semis of the 154-pound class by drubbing John Spearing of Harlan, 7-1 in a first round match. In the heavyweight division, Tom Fitzpatrick sprained an elbow in a first round match but caino back to de- feat his man, Darrell Cates of Missouri Valley, 6-1 to move into the semifinals. Fitzpatrick is defending runnerup. The finals of the meet were held Saturday night. (Dana and Mick Snodgress, sons of Mr. and Mrs. William Snodgress, former Algouaus, also won in the first round. Dana pinned his man. Your vtant ad gets best results in the ADVANCE classified page . . . twice as large as any other newspaper want ad page ... all ads classified in "easy to read" type. Use it to buy, sell, trade, help wanted, etc.! FOR BEST RESULTS USE THE ADVANCE , V\ . j ' i > •

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