Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1966 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, April 18, 1966
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State Hietcrrical lovft Coffa Bnak • • . DM fashionables art trying out a new cigaret mad* of (•Huc«, No filthy weedl . , . Our town's meet hen* pecked husband says avary wife carries a field marshal'* baton In nor ratleula. . . . Moit Iowa high school students have tasted a whiff * a tip* of tin A most of 'am mado a faco. Smarter than old* stars. * Hints a now high school sor- voy. * * • * • v ' In the breakfast nook of Sue & Bill Reichardt's new home in Linden Heights, I saw 4 prize metal chairs from vanished Reichardt's cafe at Iowa City. A sentimental gesture: So many university romances began at this memorable rendezvous. ' * * * Loud whispar to Massey-Ferguson's nowly arrived oxecu* tivos: What America roally no* ads is a genuine 2-passengei car. It should weigh under 1,001 pounds and maybo it ought to bo a 3-wheeler. Statistics show most moving automobilas contain 1.7 passon gars; parkad cars lass. "—mouse chases Her atop stove!" One Iowa sportsman's •n-hour psychiatrist tails burgers. I, for one, am nervous bout, places where they put heeeo on a hamburger. What are they trying to hide? * #. * THE 239TM INSTALLMENT and April dies and is put away and we'll pay installments or the month of May. —JODIE Paullina * « * . : . . . Our Coffee Break's , top 'hinder argues we need 8,000, XX) pro-fab houses worse'n we need 8,000,000 new cars. ... What the Family Site Farm needs,'argues a deep thinker at Davenport, is a 10- in-1 farm machine. He can't distinguish rye from oats. ... Is there maybe an unlikely solution? Seek it incredulously but lovingly. Teenage G.O.P. rally dated this Tuesday Tuesday, April 19 at 7 p.m at the Algona high school Annex there will be a Teenage Re- mblican Rally sponsored by he Republican Women of Kossuth County. ALL teenagers hroughout the county are ur& Alaona Hcmuth County W ' . :?•••• ' ••• ':"'•• $ • ' Entered as second clow matter, D*c. 1, 190S, at AlfldM,''tdwo, SOSM poitoffic* under Act of Corartu March B. 1879 VOL. 66—NO. 31 MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1966 — ALOONA, IOWA - 8 PAGES IN 1 SECTION New apartment unit under construction $25- him hit nervousness is due partially to his mother's fear of mice. She once clambered screaming on top of the gas stove when menaced by a mouse. This scientist told him never to leave a door open after Sept. 1, when field mice invade houses to escape the cold. * * # TO SPOT A CENTENARIAN How to tell a man is old? See him pick fl^.CfiMendjr*.' Does he pick a'"pretty girl Extra young and slender? No: the one he likes best Curveth more : " tHtfn oirtTi'c" "rest *to make calendar rhyme with slender. 1 —JESSIE CAMP Fort Dodge *•#*•• A DM sportsman dined a the Embassy Club recently t celebrate the 37th anniversar of his wife's capture of himself His enthusiasm bubbled up & he offered a toast: "To a gal who hasn't been especially hard to live with." Then he ordered a 2nd bottle of champagne. She remembered that one of her mom's chums prophesied the marriage wouldn't last a year. . . . Envy the Iowa VIP who received a letter whose address consisted only of 7 postmarks. ,. . . Maybe what America really needs is a motorixed tricycle? . . . Some weekend on his farm near Gettysburg I with Ike might say something eloquent for the family-size farm. ed to attend, along with all other interested Republicans. The re will be musical entertain nent, an organizational talk by Mike Fleming, Sibley, a district officer of the Young Republi cans, and refreshments. A cpun ty wide Teen Age Republican club will be- organized at the meeting. Auditor Marc Moore will have a voting machine fo: demonstrations. Ground was broken Friday for an eight-unit apartment building to be erected in Algona. The building is to be constructed at the southeast corner of Kennedy and Hall streets. It is expected to be finished this fall. Developer Leon (Champ) Martin announced that there would be four 2-bedroom apartments on the top level and two 2-bedroom and two 1-bedroom units on the lower level. All apartments will be carpeted and air- conditioned. Kitchens will have refrigera- ors, ranges and garbage dispos- 1s furnished. The over-all build ng will be 104 feet in length and 44 feet deep. It will occu- >y two lots, facing Kennedy 'aved off-street parKing in the ront will be provided, and pav ed driveway and car ports at the rear will be added. Mr. Martin, said the exterior would be Colonial style with jrick and wood. Interior wil Eeature double walls with insula Ion for privacy between units He added that general construction would be aone by the Cow an Corporation, although he wii do the finish work. Present plans are to have th unit completed and ready for oc cupancy by Sept. 1st of this year Beef producers banquet dated with OHVI aflsr Ms-car accident - • . * t , Everett Floyd Grosser, West Bend, was charged with -OMVI and hospitalized as a result 6f a one car accident about 9:15. p.m. Thursday. He had facial ,cutt and fractured facial bones after he lost control of the car on the west McGregor road and went in to a ditch near the Van Buren driveway one-half mile west oi Algona. Estimated damage to the windshield, glass and fender was $100. Mr. Grosser was taken to St Ann hospital and then transfer fed to the University hospital in iowa City. King, queen of school sports dance elected Future Teachers Install officers INSTALLATION The Kossuth County Beef Producers' Banquet, "postponed during the recent snow storm, has been re-scneduled for Wednesday, April 27 M 7 p.m. at the Garrigan high school in Algona, reports Ross Inman, association president. Robert deBaca, Extension Livestock Specialist from Ames, will be the speaker. Musical entertainment will be by mall music groups from Corwith-Wesley and Garrigan high chools. 4-H leader training; in progress here 4-H project leader training sessions to be held the balance of the month at the Algona Extension Office have been scheduled. They are: April 18 — Arc Welding. April 19 — Swine, sheep and 26 —,., Electric,- clima- tology. April 28 Woodworking, OF officers for Future Teachers of an. Miss Sorerison is the sponsor for the group. "*' America was held April 12 in the Algona high school auditorium. For the program a play was presented and music was Installing officer was past-president Barb Knudsen and the treas- provided by a trio, Sharon Menneke. Judy Thomson, and Linda urer for 1966-67 school year on the left. Next to her is Connie »•—».".-».•- «~.««.«—««H t»« Moriivn ¥»«»*«. .• Schultz, secretary; Brenda Sjogren, vice-president; Rich Black, Meehlhause, accompanied by Marilyn Paetz. A tea was served in the Annex for parents,'faculty mem- ocuuili, acticiaiy, uienua ujugi^ii, rn,v-- t /.^.x.v...v, -~— , , , . ., Wi>A «i- r^ i _* _ j'l - ,.*„*•<• ,.,~-^ president; Beverly Knutsen, historian; Bill Burt, publicity; Mari- bers, and members of the FTA. Miss Comfort and her staff were • —. • , * i_i A* r» ;i._ •mil—I- —I »* wnWti n vrtrt«4-n»'i . i *\ siti*i**rm r\t tViA f Qfi f r\11r\tl/lf1 ft trio t\MICfl*Sini. ' lyn Paetz,' music and recreation; Bonita Kiilsholm, parliamentary in charge of the tea following the program. t . small motors, photography. All meetings begin at 8 p.m. TO 4-H CONVENTION Bill Fogarty, son of Mrs. Joe Fogarty of. West Bend, is one of four Iowa youths who is attending the national 4-H Conference in Washington, D.C. from April 16-22. Sports Queen Sue Moulton and Sports King Dale Teeter were crowned at the Annual Sports Dance Saturday night by last year's Queen Linda Parsons and King Denny Miller. They were elected by a vote of the student body. Queen candidates for the event were Pam Kees, Sue Moulton, Cheryl Rusk, and Linn Taylor. Each of the girls has been ' a member of the sponsoring organization, Girls Aecreation. As-' sociation, for four years and the candidates were elected by GRA members. King candidates included Dan Merryman, Dave Martin, /Tom Samp, and Dale' Teeter. Each/of these boys has earned a letter in two sports and is a senior letterman in a sport. The theme of the dance held in the Annex was "Rapsody in the Rain" and decoration chairman was Judy Egel. Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. Hershberger, Mr. and Mrs. Christie, and Miss Weber chaperoned the dance. Hershbergerresigns; new Algona football "Jim" will seek his master's in Missouri Popular head football coach Jim Hershberger, 32, who has guided the fortunes of Algona high school for the past six Educators meet "—-her pay is a secret" A $50,000 Iowa exec tells me that his luscious secretory actually does more then 75% of his work. She opens his mail, has most of it marked or answered (pencil poised) when he gets in en hour later; adorns his office with flowers, smiles et him more than 29 times e day, I asked hew much he peys her. It's a secret. * * * __0ne of my best operatives extracted an opinion from Harold Mitchell, Who runs I>M's Humane Society: He favors an all-year lockup for DM dogs, which he feels are imposing more & more problems. "So many people abandon their pets!" he said. He is glad the Iowa law for compulsory inoculation against rabies goes into effect this summer. * * * A Drake student claims he has «»ten 3,000 hamburgers in 4 years of college, tells me hit expert opinion: That the hamburgers it Vic's just off the campus, are the best in town. This is worth knowing, though people differ ifcoMt ham A CAPACITY CROWO attended the first banquet ever to be held by the Kossuth County Education Association. Pictured from left to right are Edgar Meyer, president; Richard Schneider, secretary, and John Vint, publicity director who is seated. The banquet held at the Algona Country Club on April 13 was attended by 155 members. After a short business meeting and program, speaker Pastor G. J. C. Gerike talked on "Teaching Can Be Fun" which was the theme of the banquet. Other officers of the group are Mrs. Don Blanchard, of I+one Rock, treasurer; Adolph Knobloch, ticket chairman; Don Blanchard, Lone Rock, public relations chairman; Walter McBride was in charge of decorations. Also attending were L. D. Shelton, LuVerne, who is membership chairman of the National Education Assn., and Janet Sowers, Burt, chairman of TEPS. Photo by Mike Stillman. Services at LuVerne for A. E. Ramus, 61 Funeral services for Arthur E. Ramus, 61, a former Lu Verne resident, were held Saturday at two o'clock in the Methodist church at LuVerne with Blake Funeral Home in charge. Mr, Ramus had lived in Des Moines for 24 years and was a retired mechanic. After a lingering illness he died Wednesday, April 13, in Iowa Methodist Hospital of cancer. Arthur E. Ramus was born in LuVerne, the son of William and Dora Gifford Ramus. He was married to Ruth Schultz who is deceased as are his parents. Survivors are two sons and two daughters: Mrs. Darlene Miller, Mrs. Dixie Ellston, Donald, all of Des Moines, and Gerald, LuVerne. Also surviving are two brothers and five sisters: John, Winter Haven, Fla.; William, Des Moines; Mrs. Fred Hintz, Livermore; Mrs. Louis Peterson, Davenport; Mrs. Allen Darby, Lu Ve^ne; Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Union Grove, Wis., and Mrs. Louis Wildin, Owatonna, Minn. Evelyn Cherland to leach in Minnesota Siouv Fa|l$ ( S. P. — Evelyn Cherland, Augustana College years, resigned Thursday assistant coach Keith Christie, 35, was named to replace him. The selection of Christie should be a popular one. He has done an excellent job since coming to Algona, both as fresh-soph coach and assistant to Hershberger in football the past two years. Mr. Christie is a graduate of the University of Omaha where he lettered both in football and track. He taught at Panama Ci ty, Fla. and later coached in Missouri before coming here in 1960, the same year as Hersh berger. His fresh-soph basketball te KEITH CHRISTIE JIM HERSHBERGER senior from Burt, Iowa, has accepted a position as an elementary teacher for the 1966-67 school year with the Anoka Minn., public school system. Miss Cherland, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. E. J. Cherland, Burt, will be graduated in June with a ma jor in elementary education. am was the top club in the North Central Conference the past year. He will inherit about 13 lettermen from last year's fine football club which won 6, lost two. HERSHBERGER came to Algona in 1960 and during his six years at the helm of the Bulldog grid forces, he compiled a record of 25 wins, 18 losses and five ties. His 1962 club won the North Central Conference championship with a 7-0-1 record, the first conference championship for Algona since 1947. The team of 1937 was co- champions. Hershberger had four winning seasons in his six years and not only was a fine coach but a gentleman as well. He will attend Northeast Missouri State college at Kirksville, Mo. this fall and will receive lis Master's degree after nine months. "I would like to get a college coaching job," he told the Advance Thursday, "either as a head coach in a small college or as line coach in a school the calibre of Drake or State College of Iowa." He vsall remain here this summer, helping with the Driver's Training program, and the family will move late in August The Hershberger's have two pre-school boys. Not guilty plea by Burt osteopath Dr. Bahne K. Bahnson, Burt osteopath, entered a plea of "not guilty" to 16 counts of violation of federal drug laws in Federal District Court at Fort Dodge last Wednesday. He was indicted by a federal grand jury in Cedar Rapids Feb. 11 on charges of illegally dispensing prescription drugs. He entered his not guilty pleas through his attorney, Alan Loth of Fort Dodge last week. No date was set for the trial by Judge William C. Hanson, who presided. According to Donald O'Brien, U, S. attorney for the northern district of Iowa, Dr. Bahnson sold thousands of secobarbital sodium capsules and amphetamine sulfate capsules to federal agents without a medical examination. The government charges Bahnson has engaged in selling large amounts of the drugs without prescriptions since Feb. 7, 1964. MR. CHRISTIE is also the head baseball coach for the coming summer season Iron May to August, a position he has held the past several years Mr. Christie is married and he and his wife three children. Eloise have Jaycees have banquet for installation The Jaycee Installation quet was held Wednesday night at the Johnson House. Mayor j William J. Finn spoke on plan-! ning and zoning. Appreciation i certificates were awarded to! the Advance and other local news media. "Jaycee of the Year" award was presented to Les Foxhoven. Receiving "Speak Up Jaycees" awards were Jim Buscher and Les Foxhoven. Recipients of the "Spoke" awards were Garry Davis, Jim Buscher and Les Foxhoven. Dick Ringsdorf received the "Spark Plug" award and the "Key Man Award for the City Hostess Project" went to Chuck McCabe. New officers for 1966-67 we- I re installed. They are: Frank j King, president; Garry Davis, j 1st vice; Chuck McCabe, 2nd i vice; Walt Turchin, sec.; Les I Foxhoven, treas.; Bob Post j state dir.; Bob Watson, Dick Possibility of new parking lot discussed here There was discussion by the City Council on the purchase of the property and Masonic Temple building as a possible City parking lot at the corner of State and Harlan street but no action was taken at the regular meeting Wednesday. Authorization was given the City Clerk to attend a Finance Officers meeting in Des Moines on April 21-22 and for him to ask for bids on a two ton truck for the Street Dept. Ricjhard Groen was authorized to attend a meter school at Council Bluffs. The feasability of cable or spat TV for the city and the prospect of taking an official census of the city were discussed but no action was taken. • Letters were read in re Group Insurance for city employees but no decision was made. A letter from the Algona Theatre concerning a city license was referred to Mayor Finn. The agenda of the coming meeting of the Northwest Iowa Mayors Ass'n. at Storm Lake was read. Two injured in accident on gravel road ban- Thoreson and Jim board of directors. McMahon Approve college for Estherville The Kossuth County Board of Education joined with the county boards from Emmet, Palo Alto, Dickinson, and Clay counties approving the site for a Community College in Estherville. Plans will be sent to the State Board of Public Instruction for approval, and a decision is to be reached by the latter part of June. Two Algona teenagers were injured in a two car accident Wednesday night. Lucinda Bradley had a fractured collar bone and Robert Smith was cut inside the mouth when another vehicle backed into their car. Both were hospitalized at St. Ann's about 10:30 p.m. Driving the other car was John P. Schneider, Bode. The boys had been visiting in their cars on a gravel road two miles south and a mile west of Algo^ na. Then both started to drive off but Schneider backed up when he apparently thought of something else to say. Estimated damage to ear car was $10Q, ted damage to each car was $100, to the left front of tt>£ Smith auto and the light rear Q{ Schneider's. John Schneider w^ charged with backing Oft a lugluvay. Sheriff "-•»----• 3 - vestagaied.

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