Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1966 · Page 1
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Monday, March 14, 1966
Page:
Page 1
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Coffee Break . . . low*'* ttingtot million* •lr« traveled to Florid* by but, made^his wife wait 2 days to follow by air, saved over $100, . , , Mo»t eloquent "l*»t wo- rdt" aver ottered by a fomalo on nor doath-bod: "What It tho •nawor? . . No: "What it tho question?" . i . Two of DM'a modith young hottottot, Connio A Patricia, aorvo wino at dinner; no water. Union you atk for it. * * * . Main reason basketball players miss so many free throws: Coaches let 'em use the one- handed or two-handed pushshot. Any rifle expert knows a 2-handed shot swung Upward from the knees aims a ball better; like the rifling in a rifle barrel. If athletes shot 9 out of 10, as they should, fewer games would be lost at the free throw line. I still suffer because I fumbled messages from 2 of tho loveliest women who ever lived in Iowa. One phoned long-distance A I didn't recognize her married name. And when I received a whimsical card from Paris signed Jean I didn't realite it was from Jean Seberg, my favorite movie star. LOVER: OP, POP & REALIST Peter Piper pecked her pucker; Impressionistic cad. Abner Love joy kissed her kisser: A realist, by gadl —JOHN W. HAROLD Des Moines * * * ... I finally wangled an Invitation to the Governor's expedition to Asia; but my BW wouldn't go. Easiest $3,000 I ever taved. ... Or at one Wett Dot Moines matron says, either they tie up their dogs or we tie up our children, There is no solution; seek it lovingly. "SHOP TNI ADVANCE GROCERY ADS IVttY W8IK - AND SAVt' State Hifltoricitt dity, ono Htmuth County Entered as second clou matter, Dae. I, )90B, at Algona, Iowa, 50511 postoffice under Act of Conaress March B. 1879 VOL, 66—NO, 21 MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1966 - ALGONA, IOWA - SIX PAGES IN ONE SECTION Hannah Lynch dies at son's at Lone Rock Mrs. Hannah Lynch, 82, died at the home of her son, David Lynch, Lone Rock, Thursday, " — the risks a husband runs" To bring home the bacon, a husband still has to run ..... the gantlet. People shoot & swing- at him. from office to front door. Here's a husband who thought he was home safely with the groceries when a boy in the neighborhood menaced him with a bow & arrow. Luckily, he missed. • * • * # ' FEARFUL LOVER Softly softly oh my heart; Not so loud 1 pray. It may be this is thy love; Fright it now away! —EMCEE McCRORY Marshalltown * * . * .,..,, I'm amused by the warning that pet turtles A lizards may City to help build new tennis courts At the meeting of the City Council Wednesday a motion was passed allowing the City to help out the Park Board in building the tennis court at the Athletic Park. They will do the rough grading, storm sewer work, etc. The City entered into agreement with Wallace Holland Kastler and Schmitz Engr. firm of Mason City to do all the en- ginnering services for the curb and gutter project for 1966. No action was taken on the hoist and air compressor for the Street Dept. The Council tabled for further study matters concerning storm and sanitary sewers and street grades of property of Mrs. Midge Kuester. Pancake Day at Titonka this Saturday There's nothing like winning be smuggling germ. A microbe, g-J into Iowa. l ims With 14,000 dogs in DM sticking their snouts into strange, places A then nuzzling little children, dogs may be as much • menace as turtles, 'Titonka- ^ 'The Titonka Chamber of Commerce Pancake Day will be held Saturday of March 10. Funeral services for Mrs. Lynch will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in the Sacred Heart Catholic church in Ledyard with Rev. Father Thiele officiating Recitation of the rosary was held Saturday and Sunday ai p.m. at the Garry Funeral lome in Bancroft. Burial wil >e in the Catholic cemetery ai jedyard. Mrs. Lynch was born October L9, 1882, in Rathkeale (county jimerick) Ireland, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McEn ery. She received her schooling ;here in the parochial schools and came to Chicago as a young woman. She was employed b; Sculptor Lorado Taft of Chicagi until her marriage to Thomas C Lynch of Oregon, Illinois, Feb ruary 12. 1907. After marriage the couple farmed near Oregon for five years, coming to Iowa in 1912 to make their home in Kossuth, where they farmed. She returned to her former home in Ireland in 1955 lor a visit with her relatives and friends, after being away more than 50 years. Pall bearers are Henry Shroeder and Merwin Marlow, Lone Rock, Mike Welch, Algona, Howard Dyer, Ledyard, Arthur Long and Charlie Quinn, Ban- roft. Survivors include four children, John Lynch, Madison Minn.; David E. Lynch, oJ -one Rock; Mrs. Jack (Mary) Crebsbach, Ledyard; and Mrs. T "ames Palmer (Margaret), Algo na. Ten grandchildren and 13 ~ Democrats to have committee 5, .. j" meetii Another reason I'm not moving to California right away is that an lowan just back from LA reports he saw a young thing steering her sport-car on the Freeway with her elbows and knitting with both hands. A girl is apt to drop a stitch in the crazy heavy swift traffic. * * * I get as nervous as you do when there's talk about a 30- hour week. It would cost me extra money. And I myself nev er was able to cut my weekly hours even down to 40. But I'm daunted when some body tells me that if we had adhered to the 60-hour week our gramps worked there'd now be 27,000,000 unemployed. A 30-hour man isn't QUITE unemployed. with serving the m 4 until 8 p.m. in chool cafeteria. There will be free pancakes nd sausages and the public is nvited to attend. The event vas held two years ago but not ast year. Committees named include: Food — Rolland Fox, chm. L. Intermill, Russell Krominga, John Miller, Russel Fisher and Neal Boyken. Hosts — Art Boyken, chm. J. R. Schutjer and Louis Bart ett. Plates — Titonka Savings Ba nk and Harvey Heyer. Sausage — Russell Krominga chm., Russel Fisher, Carl Lud wig, Harm Huisinga and Roge Rippentrop. Pancakes —. John Miller chm., Frank Fisher, mixing chm., J. L. Intermill, Mark Iver son, John Hamilton, Lawrenc Heyer and Richard Isebrand. Two women hurt when car strikes truck broadside DALE TEETEiR and'Dan Merryman come off the bench with joy last Wednesday .night after Algona high school had conquered previously unbeaten Ida Grove. 76-49 in the first round sub-state game at ISpencer. The Bulldogs meet Mason City tonight at Spencer for a state tournament trip. Teeter and Merryman were key figures in the win, combining for 33 points. Dave Walker, the rebounding star of the game for Algona with 14, No. 55 at right and he seems much less excited. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. All employees back to work at Weidenhoff The six-week strike at the Weidenhoff Corp., longest strike in Algona history, ended late Wednesday night when the striking union voted 64-36 to return to work in a special meeting held at the K. C. hall. Workers of the Local 1045, International Machinists and Aerospace Union, ended the strike after an all-day meeting between union representatives and the management Tuesday. . Production began Thursday morning and all of about 200 employees were expected to be back to work today. Union members accepted a three-year contract which calls for a 13-cent increase per hour the first year, a 9-cent increase the second year and a 7-cent increase in the third year of the contract. There are also fringe benefits during the third year on- ly. The original offer by management when the strike began called for an 11-cent increase the first year and 7- cent jumps the next two years. Thus the settlement increased the pay scale just two cents an hour for the two-year period, over the original offer. great-grandchildren also~ survive, as does a brother Thomas HcEnery, of Rathkeale. Her husband died in 1942. Directed verdict in damage case The jury in the damage case brought by Tim Vipond against the estate of Charles W. Jergenson was instructed by Judge G. Lakoia girl wins trip to Chicago Linda Hoeppner, Lakota, was one of 16 winners in the 1966 Youthpower program announced in the Memorial Union in Ames. She will receive an expense paid trip to the National Youthpower Congress in Chicago March 30—April 2. Youth- power is designed to help teenagers learn about the vital im- Cooper, McCall sign 2-year Bear contracts W. Stillman in court Thursday I portance of food and the thous- to bring in a verdict in favor of the defendant. It was held the ands of food-related career opportunities. The winners were plaintiff had not presented suf- , ^ , +u u • <• j t HO^I £„;„„* n .r-.A ;„ +u ^ +„ I selected on the basis ol detailed projects comple<ted in relation ficient evidence in the case to justify giving it to the jury. Vipond had asked $50,000 as a result of an accident August 30, 1964, three miles north of Algona. to nutrition and food careers. Linda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette L. Hoeppner, ' Lakota. Rev. C. H. Friedmann, Superintendent of Garrigan high school, announced Friday that Coaches Bernard "Beanie" Cooper and Steve McCall had signed new two-year contracts for their positions at Garrigan. With the announcement, Father Friedmann remarked, "The retention of the services of Mr. Cooper and Mr. McCall is vital to the overall operation of Garrigan High School. We are happy to agree on a two-year contract, but we sincerely hope for their services over and beyond the two-years." Winners in Speech contest "—the ring gleamed triumphant" At a wedding I recently attended I asked the best-man why he had handed the ring over so triumphantly. "I was so nervous that I'd lose it or misplace it," he said. "So I wore it on my little finger. And when I handed it over I WAS triumphant." * * * I've just finished Errol Flynn's entrancing book "My Wicked Wicked Ways" & so I was pleased to see him pictured on a magazine page as one of the six all-time glamor stars (male«). The other five were Valentino, Francis X. Bushman, Clark Gable, John Gilbert and John Barrymore. Are they your dish? I know a debonair DM sports man who hates parties, bu teems to go »Q all of them. He claims he often wishes, before the 2nd highball, that he'd nev er been invited; often he feels anxious & uncomfortable. I've called hit attention to page 2?9 pf i new book call "From Tension to Relaxation' which offers him the big secret He says he's read it, Two Kossuth county women uffered lacerations Thursday norning when their car collided with a truck 5Va miles west of Algona on highway 18. Taken to St. Ann hospital for reatment were Nancy Hainzinger, 26 of Fenton, and Donna ? rink, 22 of Whittemore. The Fenton woman had a cut on her .eg and the Whittemore woman lad cuts on her nose and head. The accident occurred as a ;ruck driven by Roland A. Meyer, Whittemore and owned by the Lotts Creek Cheese Factory came across the highway from a gravel road and the Fenton car. struck the truck broadside. Meyer was not injured. The 1958 model car owned by the Hainzingers was a total loss while the truck had $350 in es timated damage. Patrolman Charles Bird investigated anc filed charges of "failing to yield at an intersection" against Mey er. HUSBAND IS DEAD Gerald K. Chinn, 44, husband of former Algonan Mary Jane Neville Chinn died Thursdaj morning in Des Moines Iowa Methodist Hospital. Survivor besides his widow are a son Collin Bradley, 17, and a da,ugh. ter, Cristen, Gale, 15. Hospitalized when milk truck tips Friday Terry Christensen, 20 o Whittemore and driver for th Consolidated Co-op. Creamer> of Whittemore, sustained cuts and general body bruises late Friday afternoon when the milk van he was driving went into the ditch and tipped over six miles west of Algona on the Me Gregor blacktop. Christensen was taken to St. Ann hospital for treatment and liis condition was reported as ysieiii. in i» O », IK uegaii as , fl Saturday . The acc i de nt 00- head football coach at Garrigan, I* .., ah * , 4S _ m Frirl _ v Both Mr. Cooper, head football coach and athletic director at Garrigan, and Mr. McCall, head basketball coach, have compiled impressive records while at Garrigan and carry high hopes of continuing their fine work in their respective fields. An Air Force World War II nd Korean War veteran, Mr. Jooper graduated from Morn- ngside College in Sioux City in 953 and served for five years as head of the Sioux City Hee- an junior high school football ystem. In 1959, he began as A-meeting of the Kossuth democratic central, committee has been called for, .Tuesday, March 15, at 8 p.m. in the courthouse. The purpose is to distribute materials and information regarding caucuses to be held March 28. Chairman Joe Straub reports the constiution of the, democratic party requires caucuses must be held within the geographic boundaries of each precinct to enable as many as possible to participate. Rules regarding the caucuses have changed and it is therefore incumbent on all committeemen and women to attend to become familiar with new procedures. Democrats and others interested are also invited. i Winter band concert dated this Tuesday The high school concert band,, under direction of Russell C. Juster, will give,its annual win-' er concert on Tuesday, March 15, at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The 121 members are divided, nto two complete bands; the morning band and the afternoon' 3 sand. Each group has two rehearsals per week. The morning' band program includes March Forth, Camelot; La Rosita, Sleigh Ride, and A Concert Digest, a musical satire with .Carpi Sloniker as narrator. The afternoon band program includes The Sentify Boy, Ballet Egyptian, HaskeU's Raskels, a drum trio with band by Linda Meehlhause, Linda Ruhnke ajid Jane Raney, Eroica, Great Themes from Italian Movies, and The Blue and The Gray. curred about 5:45 p.m. Friday as he was returning to Whittemore. The milk truck met another car and Christensen's truck THE YOUNG AMERICA SPEAKS contest, sponsored by the Republican Women's Club of Kossuth county, was held Tuesday evening, March 8, at the Court House. The winners pictured from left to right are: Bonita Kiilsholm. Algona, 2nd place; Arlene Heldorfer, Bancroft, 1st place; Clint Patterson, Burt, 3rd. Prizes awarded were $15 for first; $10 second, and $5 for third place. Also participating were Patricia Phelps. Grace Crandall, and Craig Larson, all of Swea City. The winning speech was "Voter Apathy." Judges for the contest were Mrs. A J. Cotten, W. B. McDonald, and Dr. L. L. Snyder. Miss Heldorfer competed in the district contest which was held in Cherokee Saturday morning. That winner will advance to the state contest in Des Moines, March 26. The contest there will be in conjunction with Young America Day. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillnian. FINED $300 ON OMVI Milton A. Woodward, whose d position he has held ever since. In his seven years, his ;eams have run up a very remarkable record against superior competition. Mr. McCall, a four year Korean War veteran, graduated from Buena Vista College of Storm Lake in 1958 and spent six years as head basketball coach at Ashton St. Joseph where his teams accumulated 105-32 record. In two years at Garrigan, he has used his systems of "pressure basketball' to run up 26 wins against 17 losses. This year's basketball' club set a bushel of records en- route to a 16-5 season. Both coaches are very optimistic in looking ahead to next year's teams. For football, Cooper has nine lettermen returning and the material for an excellent passing attack. His chief concern is finding two good runners to lead the ground game. In spile of losing five lettermen and the heart of his de- j a tecl the cafe for "two" years*' 1'ense, Coach McCall still has | four monogramcrs returning, \ two of them starters and a third the top reserve. He says in short, "We'll have a real good club next year in spite of for- 1 seeable changes." 1 In an interview, bath stated Trio escape in Burl car crash slipped off the right shoulder when he gave too much to his side. He lost control when he tried to bring it back onto the highway and it tipped over in the south ditch. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood investigated and reported the van had about $3,000 in estimated damage. Buys West Bend cafe recently West Bend — The D & D Ca fe here has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bonnstetter Former operators of the busi ness, Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Krug, have leased the Frieden Auto Co. here. The Krugs oper i s i A Titonka youth and two cpm- panions escaped injury Thursday when their car went out of control on a curve, went into the ditch and struck a fence and power pole two miles east of Burt on a county blacktop road. Philip J. Jaren Jr., 17 of Titonka, was driver of the car. He was charged with failing to have his car under control by Deputy Sheriff Larry Hudson, who investigated. The 1963 Chevrolet station wagon owned by his father, Philip Jaren Sr., sustained about 1800 in estimated damage. The ccident occurred about 5:45 p.m. The Jaren machine was ounding a curve when the driver lost control. TO VIET NAM Whittemore — Richard Elbert, Whittemore, has been on leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Elmer Elbert and expects to go to Viet Nam at the end pf his stay. He has been at Fort Polk, La. GETS DEGREE Whittemore — Jerome Elbert, Whittemore, received his Master of Science degree at the University of Wisconsin at the close of the first semester recently. address was given as Bancroft, that they were staying because jwas fined $300 and costs last they "like Algona; the town, the week in district court on a plea school, the people, the entire of guilty to a charge of driving area." while intoxicated. He was stopped by Policeman Wm. Rasmus-; BUYS SERVICE STATION sen on Phillips street Feb. 1. j j onn Elbert has purchased i the service station he had leas- 90TH BIRTHDAY Whittemore Wehrspan was honored on her 90th birthday at a reception in St. Paul's Lutheran school hall yesterday. A number of Meads and relatives attended. I ed from Humble Oil and Refin- Mrs. Anna ing Co. since 1960. It will be known now as Elbert's Mileage Service, and Western Oil and Fuel products will be sold as well as the other popular bra, nds of oil. Sell 1000 tickets A total of 1,000 tickets — 500 adult and 500 student — will go on sale this morning (Monday) at the Algona high school for tonight's sub-state finals between Algona and Mason City. Ticket cost is $1.25 for adults and 75c for students and may be purchased at the school. A similar bloc has been granted to Ma* son City but since the Spencer Fieldhouse holds 3J50Q, there still will be a ticket sale at the door. All those purchasing advance tickets will go into the back door while anyone wishing to buy tickets at the gate, will probably have little difficulty or waiting at the front ticket office. 5

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free