Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 1
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ADVANCE ALMANAC BUILDING PERMITS Pat Dooming, roof overhang, $100; Richard Sjogren, repair fire damage on grocery, $8,000; Mrs. M. Hofmaster, repair porch and foundation, $600. ST. ANN BIRTHS April 14 — Mr. and Mrs. Michael Frankl, Algona, girl, 7 Ib. 12 oz. April 18 — Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rowlet, Lakota, girl, 6 Ib. 9 oz. WEDDING PERMITS William Sengbusch, Elfried Kilian, both Algona; Robert L Azbell, Bessie Johnson, both oi Mankato, Minn.; Anthony G. Coloff, Mason City, Susan I. Nitch als, Algona; Glennis E. Amber, Reno, Nev., Elaine K. Goetz, oi Wesley: ALGONA MARKETS "Our competitor ne?«r disputes this .. State dQiS|^ d ° dlitly * AI qona Ho^uth (ou mmmmammmm*j ••MMMMMMMMIMMMMMOTMWMMMMMMMIMM^^^^^^^^^^^MMM Entered rs second class,-rnofMf, Die. t. 1908, eif AleOnS, lowd, t>o*tn«*rf* tjhriti Act o* Cftnore« March I VOL, 66—NO, 32 THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1966—ALGONA, IOWA — f« PAOES IN 2 SECTIONS ,i' v . '•VUjfif',, f- *, »'•< 500 Rotarians to ^ i f AM IO I : ' : ^ <'J. • Cast of AHS play Sam New Corn L_ $1.15 Beans $2.78 Oats 68c (Markets furnished weekly by Hobarton Branch of Whittemore Elevator.) MAYOR'S COURT Joe Arndorfer,, Algona, failure to yield the right of way, $10; Maurice Fickbaum, Rodman, speeding, $30; Daniel; J. Gatton, Sexton, failure to stop for red light, $10; David J. Radig, Lone Rock, speeding, $10; Terry Joe Christiansen, Whittemore, failure to have control, $50. ALGONA WEATHER High Lew Rain April 13 56 27 April 14 61 35 April 15 61 36 .09 April 16 68 36 April 17 57 42 .02 April 18 46 36 .02 April 19 50 36 trace April 20 — 26 .18 ST. ANN HOSPITAL April 13 — Lucinda Bradley, Algona, accident; Robert Smith, Algona, accident. April 14 — John Walker, Algona, surgery; Everett Crosser, West Bend, accident. ' April 15 — Michele Abbas, Whittemore, medical; Dixie ..Lee Harms, Burt, medical. April 16 — Marcia Dudding, Bancroft, medical; Fanny Albright, Algona, medical; Clinton Stetzel, West Bend, medical. April 17 — John Zeller, Algona, medical; Harvey Steven, Algona, medical. April 18 — Luella Esser, Algona, medical; Baby Angela Peters, Algona, medical; Joseph Murray, Bancroft, medical; Ne- Ida Finn, AJgona, medical. April 19 — Walter Steward, Burt, medical; Harriet Lynch, Algona, medical; Rose Jennings, Burt, expired. April 20 — Timothy Welp, of Bancroft, surgery; Timothy Abbas, Whitemore, T & A; Melodie Mawdsley, Burt, T & A; Frances Loss, Algona, medical. NEW VEHICLES Lloyd R. Gerber, Algona, Dodge; Dennis H. or Sharon K. Wehrspan, Whittemore, Plym.; Charles E. Kline, Algona, Olds; Orville J. Wicks, Algona, Olds; Richard C. Mawdsley, Algona, Cushman m/c; Charles A. Youngwirth, LuVerne, Honda; Donald W. Jorgensen, Algona, Honda; Larry A. Lappe, Lakota, Chev.; Al Loebig, Wesley, Gator b/t; Wm. Goetsch, LuVerne, Bt., Trl. & Mtr.; Cook's Welders Supply Inc., Algona, Int'l. p/u; Lu- Verne Co-op. Serv., LuVerne, Ford; Everds Bros., Algona, Chev. p/u; Union Constr. Co., Corwith, Chev. p/u; Harold or Vernette Hesvik, Swea City, Chrys.; Chalmer F. Read, Algona, Merc.; Robert N. Bickert, Al gona, Chrys.; Virgil C. Smith Algona, Cad.; Oscar R. Person, Swea City, Dodge; Rev. Paul or Dorothea Ofstedal, Lakota, Rambler; Martin or Fern Dahl, Swea City, Olds; Lewis W. Finch, Fen ton, Chev.; Raymond E. Walker Burt, Chev.; Edna F. or Maurice A. Geerdis, Swea City, Ford Harry or Bernice Wray, Algona Plym.; Andrew Risius, Buffalo Center, Ford. L, MEMBERS OF the cast for the drama, "Kind Lady" to be presented Saturday evening at 7:30 in the AHS auditorium are pictured between acts at a rehearsal while director Elmer Sonksen was giving some oral criticism. Standing on the left is Mr. Sonksen; seated are Mary Willrett, Cheryl Rusk, and Sally Bay. In the back row atop seats are Larry Taylor, Phil Taylor, Joe Gatton, Gregg Cook, and Dan Merryman. Other members of the cast not pictured are Rosemary Pendergast, Kitty Hardgrove, Margo Utt, Donna Kenyon, and Mark Conn. ' . Tickets for the performance will be ,on sale today (Thursday) at the principal's office at the high school, or at the door Saturday night. There are no reserved seats. Ticket prices are 35c and 60c. Photo by Mike Stillman. Rose Jennings diesat Burt Tuesday at 98 Rose Jennings, 98, died Tuesday about 11:30 p.m. at St. Ann hospital. She had been a resident of Wilfair rest home at Burt since last November. Funeral services are pending with McCullough's in charge of ar rangements. Rose Seaver was born on September 8, 1867 at Mason, the daughter of Joshua and Guiliel- ma Sturdevant. She was married to Theodore Jennings on March 25, 1892. Survivors are seven of her en children: Mrs. Delia McKee Algona; Ray Jennings, Carlsbad 3alif.; Mae Jones, Albert Lea Ainn.; Esther Ditsworth, Carls >ad, Calif.; George Jennings, Ft )odge; Florence Palmer, Klem tie; and Corless Jennings, Fair mont, Minn. Her family totals about 20i persons plus ten great-great grandchildren. Gar hits deer north of lawn A car driven by Judy Lee Davidson, Swea City, struck and killed a deer 2% miles north of Algona on highway 169 about 8 p.m. Tuesday. She was traveling north when the deer jumped from the west ditch and crossed the road in front of her car, There was about $150 damage to the car and Deputy Sheriff Don Wood investigated. NEW NIGHT MARSHAL LuVerne — Fred W. Goetsch is the new night marshal of the town of LuVerne. He repla ces Delaine Blumer who resigned. To honor 102 top students . •,. . ••. • • ' .'•'. '$, >• at Honors Banquet Tuesday The Honors Banquet for high school students of Algona in the op 10 per cent of their class »vith highest scholastic averages vill be held April 26. This year the ceremonies will be in'Garri- gan high school at 7 p.m. There are 102 eligible teenagers, 51 Tom each high school. Sponsors of the banquet are :he Rotary, Lions, Jaycees, and Kiwanis service clubs and the Kossuth County Bar Assn. " The speaker will be John Whitsell, Iowa Falls. Don Hemmingsen will be master 61 ceremonies; Dr. Erickson is to be song- leader and W. "Bing" McDonald will have the invocation. Garrigan students are: Seniors — Carol Besch, Kathryn Besch, Mary Bray, Linda Buscher, Patricia Cink, Michelle Erpelding, Shirley Heimer, Marilyn Kellner, Maureen Lentsch Janet McGuire, Stephen Schul ler, Juniors — Rebecca Black Kathleen Boudewyns, Kathleen Crawford. Dwight Gilbride, r rances Goecke, Jean Kayser, Joan Kohlhaas, Lynette Lappe,' 'atricia McGuire, Janette Miller, Susan Nelson, Kathleen Plathe, Mary Beth Sterba, Janet Zitt- itsch. Sophomores — Diane Arndor- :er, Ronald Besch, Bonita Dahl- lauser, Mary Ann .Eischen, Sandra Elbert, Kenneth Fuchsen, Ronald Gilbride, Howard Kayser, Timothy Molacek, Linda Nitchals, Patricia Scherer. Freshmen — Mary Becker, Shirley Becker, Timothy Boekel man, Rebecca Bormann, La Vonne Dorweiler, Darrell Lentsch Margaret Lickteig, Anne Loe bach, Betty McGuire, Mary Kaj Miller, Mark Muehe, Ruth Neppl, Norman Schneider, Pamela Simons, Judy Venteicher. Algona high school student; are: Seniors — Gregg Buchanan Jo Ann Cox, Dave Martin, Barb Hedin, Sharon Menneke, Dan ferryman, Sue Moulton, Martha D endergast, Darlene Stevenson Hike Stillman, Sharon Sundet Phil Taylor. Juniors — Darla Carr, Chri Conn, Connie Derbyshire, Den nis George, David Gerber, Dan Eiartman, Barb Knudsen, Roge Menneke, Merlyn Metzger, Ka thy Morz, Marilyn Paetz, Caro Sloniker, Clint Young. Sophomores — Steven Ander son. Virginia Deal, Wendy Gardner, Tom Jones, Jim Jorgenson, Bev Knudsen, Debbie Laws, Linda Martin, Phyllis Moulton, Greg Perkins, Randal Riedinger, Linda Ross, Gregg Powell. Freshmen — Linda Allen, Kathy Buchanan, Evelyn Haack, Pat Hopkins, Debra Huber, Miriam Kautsch, Max Laird, Debbie Logan, Kathy McBride, Rosemary Pendergast, David Riley, Linda Schlapia, Judy Sigsbee. Charged with taking truck without consent A Wells, Minn, man is in jail here on a charge of operating motor vehicle .without the consent of the owner after a number of unusual, circumstances last Sunday. . James A. Wahl, formerly of Bismark, N.D., is charged with the offense. He is in jail here pending a hearing. He is accused of taking a picKup true* trom the £,lmer Anderson farm late Sunday in far north Kossuth county aoout 3 miles southwest of Elmore, Minn. According to Sheriii halph Landhom, Wahl's car battery went dead and he took the truck from, the Anderson tarm yard to attempt to run a jumper cable between the machines to start his car. However, one machine was til- volt and the other 12-volt. The truck became mired in the ditch uring the period, according to Lmdhorst, and Anderson, who was not at home, at the time, iled the charges because the nachine had been abused by Wahl. Neighbors saw the incident unday, according to Ldndhorst, and Wahl was picked up at El more this week. Braaks ioe in track drills Craig Carson, 13, broke a big toe Monday afternoon , while practicing with the AHS junior high track team. He was barefoot and stubbed it doing a broad jump. The nail was torn off and a layer of flesh sheared off on the underside of the toe. X-rays Tuesday morning revealed it was broken and he is now wearing a cast. Ail Kniep is the junior high track coach. Craig is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Carson. Corn destroyed in Bancroft fira Algona host to annual Bancroft — About 100 bushels of shelled corn was destroyed by fire on the farm of the Edgar Stohrs here last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Stohr had shelled corn earlier in the day and the family had burned trash also. The wind blew some of the burning trash into the wire corn crib, igniting the corn. Firemen were called from the Bancroft department and put out the blaze. CHESTER SCHOBY One of the biggest conventions ever held in Algona will take place this weekend when nearly 500 Rotarians and their wives will attend the 597th District Rotary Conference Friday and Saturday. The Algona Rotary club will be host to. 47 other clubs in events at the Garrigan school. The district includes about two-thirds of central and eastern Iowa. All Algona motels are booked to capacity for the weekend with events beginning! Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. with a. Past District Governors dirinei at Charlie's 'Supper' (fcliib; "^^ Full sessions will take place Friday and Saturday. DISTRICT Governor Elmer Lindhart, Humboldt, will be in charge of the conference, new district governor for 1966 >7 will be nominated and one s to be elected at the Interna ional convention in Denver. Speaker at the banquet wil be Dr. Frank Court Jr., Denvei •olo. He is a Methodist minis tor, writer, and lecturer. Th Bel Canto chorus will have th entertainment. A luncheon and fashion sho\ will be at the Algona Country Hub for Rotary Anns. The Gar- LYLE! RIEDINOER Mrs. Frank Duerr is found dead here Tuesday Mrs. Frank Duerr, 52, was found dead in bed about 10:30 Tuesday morning. Funeral services will be at the Trinity Lutheran church at 2:00 p.m. Friday with Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiating. Burial will be in Eastlawn cemetery with McCullough's in charge. Magdalene Kowalsky was bo- bate teams narrowly missed se- rn in Germany on June 1, 1914, the daughter of Willy and Frieda Roestel Kowaisky. The family came to Algona from Germany ten years ago. Survivors besides her husband are two sons Fred and Lutz of Algona. Other survivors are her parents and two sisters: Gertrude, Mrs. Willy Gruner, Chicago, III., and Dorothea, Mrs. George Dutton, Seattle, Wash. Algona debaters compete in slate The Algona high school de- MAY DRAFT EIGHT According to Mrs. llichan lection for the semi-final rounds at the state debate tournament held in Iowa City last weekend. The negative team with Gregg Buchanan and Mike Stillman won all four debates. Affirmatives Glen Tschetter and Phil Taylor won two and lost two. Mr. Vint is their coach. STOCK CAR MEETING The annual spring stock car meeting of the Kossuth Speedway, Inc. will be held at the V. F. W. hall Saturday night, April 30, at 8 p.m., according to owner Dwight Cook. Algona. Plans for the coming season will be made with races slated to open late in May. Thul, Selective Service clerk the April draft call was post poned until May. Only two men had been called and they were to have gone Tuesday, April 19 The quota for May is eight men rigan Varsity chorus will be featured Saturday noon. THERE WERE 370 registrations in by early Wednesday morning according to John Claude, chairman of registration. It is expected that 450 will attend the Governor's banquet Friday night. The Algona Rotary Club is celebrating its 44th year this month. A. L. Falkenhainer was the only District President from the Algona club in 1925-26. Harry Godden is the only surviving Charter member and also an honorary member. Pioneer Members, belonging to the organization over 20 years, will be honored at break- ast Saturday morning. They are: Dave L. Leffert, Luke Linnan, Fred Kent Sr., Eugene Murtagh, Bill Dau, L. S. Bonan- non, Perry Collins, Joel Herbst, W. P. French, Al Buchanan, and Fred Kent Jr. ;; President of the Rotary is Chet Schoby and Lyle Riedinger is Conference chairman, assisted by vice-chairman, Wally Hill. CHAIRMEN of tne other conference amimittees are: Dr., Don Kingfieid, attendance, promotion and publicity; L. E. Linnan, credentials; Bud Anderson, housing; Al Buchanan, printing; Robert ; Diekmanni^^reception; Fred KehT Jr., fransportatipn; John Cash, halls and meeting places; Rev. Milo Dailey, general entertainment; Doa Nelson, ladies entertainment; L. S. Bo- hanrion, decorations; Dr. D. Koob, Boy Scouts. Highlights of the program: Friday, April 22— 9 a.m. — Registration. 9:30 a.m. — Coffee for delegates. 10 a.m. — "Get Acquainted" Coffee for delegates. 12:15 p.m. — Rotary Fellowship Luncheon. 12:30 p.m. — Ladies Luncheon at Algona Golf and Country Club. Transportation furnished from Motels and Hotels to Club. 1 p.m. — Call to Order, Lyle Riedinger, ' 2 p.m. — First Business Session. 7 p.m. — Governor's Banquet for Rotarians and their Ladies. Entertainment, Bel Canto Singers. Main address, Rev. Dx. Frank Court, Jr. Saturday, April 23— Trail of blood leads sheriff to alleged thief A trail of blood led authorities to a 20-year old Buffalo Center youth over the weekend in an attempted break-to at the Van Norman Drug Store at Swea City early Monday morning. Charged with the attempted burglary was Michael Bonflfl- ly, 20, *t iuffili StJitiJr. Ht *|«Q admitted two other in« at grocery stores at Buff*le Center April 16 and Jan. 23, according to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst. Donnelly was charged with atteDaptoJg tQ break and enter" in Mayor Bill Finn's court here Tuesday morning and was bound »yer to dMriot court on $1,000 appearance bond. It was not fur- nished and he was still in jail Tuesday. Donnelly attempted to kick in the plate glass front door of the Van Norman firm sometime after midnight Sunday. In so doing, he suffered a bad gash on his leg, later found to be about two inches long and quite deep. He fl.e4 ttoe scene to Ms car, parked over a block away. Lind- horst said his trail could be traced to 'the car by the bleeding wound. Further checking Monday indicated the youth had checked into the Buffalo Center hospital early that morning for treatment of a leg cut. When apprehended by authorities, he admitted the break- in attempt. Under questioning from the Winnebago county sheriff from Forest City, he also admitted break-ins at the Wilson Super Market Saturday night and Elman's Grocery Jan. 23. Wilson's reported $45 taken from the store that night while Elman's lost cash and cigarettes. Donnelly has worked in the Bluje Esajibh and Briceiyn areas taut is currently unemployed. Welcome Rotarians In our midst today are some men who wear a cogged-wheel emblem in their lapels. They are Rotarians and there are more than 580,200 of them in the world. They belong to 12,000 Rotary clubs that are spread across the face of the earth in 129 countries. Rotarians visiting Algona are here with their families to attend the annual conference of the Rotary district in which this community is located. The 500 Rotarians here for the two-day meeting represent 47 clubs in the northern half of Iowa. Now 60 years old, Rotary holds a position of leadership as an organization devoted to the improvement of communities, the elevation of business practices, aid to youth, and the furtherance of international understanding. The Rotary motto is "Service above Self" and Rotarians of this city have demonstrated in many ways belief in the concept of serving others. Recent examples of Rotary service here are the sponsorship of Boy Scout Troop No. 70 and assistance in furnishing the Good Samaritan Home. The purpose of the Rotary conference in Algona is to further a program of service in this area and in the separate communities that comprise it, and to help Rotarians and others better understand the aims of Rotary and how best to achieve them. 7 a.m. Pioneer Breakfast honoring Rotary members 20 years or over. All Rotarians invited as guests, Van's Restaurant. 8 a.m. — Registration, Garrigan High School Lobby. 9 a.m. — Second Business Session. District Governor's Annual Report. 10:15 a.m. — Coffee Intermission. 10:30 a.m. — Session Continues. 12 Noon — Friendship Luncheon for Rotarians and their Anns. Address, Joseph G. Werner, Rotary International Representative. Closing Remarks, District Governor Elmer Lindhart. Fined on two charjet of drunk driving William J. Kunz, Wesley, pleaded guilty to two counts of driving while uitojdcgfced and Saturday was fined $300 each plea for 9. tota} of He was arrested by Polio Wm. Rasniussen Jan. 15 Main street at 12:50 a.m, again 04 March 13 was ed by Rasjnussefli o» So. lips street at l:Q§ a-BQu s I M s fir on o«, and -il ,f1if

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