Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
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Smallest o «0«r ,om*llor dluwtM thb fi«t T il* Advim.* has the largest PAID circulation In Kossuth County" n8 o, second eta*' .fltfttW. Me. 1, 1MB. « Algeria, lowo, 56S11 pottottte* under Act of Con-res* March «. 1879 VOL: 4A-N6, 34 THURSDAY. APRIL 2i, 1W6-ALGONA, IOWA - 18 PAGES IN 3 SECTIONS Services held for Mrs. Batt, Burt woman DOZM wlmi he walks into |!MI d«or Resfocfc w/'fh 250,000 pike ONE OF THE SMALLEST animals in the "Pet Parade Saturday was this little puppy shown being held by its owner Dana Rock, daughter of Mrs. Jean Rock of Algona. Dana is entering the city hall for the dog license. The puppy looks afraid for good reason - »* * ** by M ike Stillman. ALMANAC Burt — Funeral services we re held at 2 p.m., April 26, for Beula, Mrs. Wm. Batt, at Burt Methodist church, Brother Lee Aberamson officiating. Pallbearers were Harold Andreason, Ernest Lavrenz, - Leonard Sten fed, Paul Hasse, Dr: A. W. lich- ter and Ray Hoppus. Burial was in East Lawn Memorial Garden, Algona. McCullough's; was in charge of arrangements. Beula Byrdirie Taylor was born at Swea City Sept. 13, 1903, and attended school in Swea City and Bancroft. She married William Batt April 17, 1922. She is survived by her husband, five sons and two daughters: Lt. Col. Wm. N. Batt, Newburg, N;Y.; SFC E-6 Daryle Batt, Fort Campbell, Ky.; Howard Batt, and Betty, Mrs. John Miller, Burt; P.S.G. E-7 Robert John, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.; Maxine, Mrs. Robert Angus, Burt, and Harold Batt, Dubuque. Mrs. Batt died Saturday at her home. She was a member of the Reorganized Church of Christ, Latter Day Saints. She was a Gold Star Mother, the son Richard was killed in ac tion in World War II. She had lived in Kossuth all her life There are 20 grandchildren. Orady Phillips, Algerian, had cuts on his. iM» mtn, .nkl., and lift tar Walking through glass sliding doer Mondsy, a tarnoon at tht modal homo of Mr. and Mrs. Don Tiah. , ,; Ha was takan to tha, hospl' tal and fiva stitehas wara tak« an In his ankle, four in tho ab- doman, and throo on tho sida of his loft hand. Mr. Phillips, a mambar of Algona Floor Sarvico, had baan working naar tha sliding doors which opan on to tho patio all morning and had goha back and forth to tho patio a doian timas. But, this timo tha door wasn't opan and ha missod tha handla.vH* was back on tho job Tutsday afternoon. "* Tha Tiati modal homa'is to bo shown to tha public in an opan houso on Friday and Saturday. Now sliding doors of Charge* in two of three ^FW^FV ,~. f .,-,,,.. Charges wore filed ^in two Of three accidents checked £.W the weekend by Highly; Patrolman Charles Bird. There Were no personal injuries. Two of the accidents occurred at almost the same time.'V ^ ' M " < ', A pickup truck driven ^by I Henry Kitzinger and a car driven by Herman Harms, both of Titonka, collided at the crest,of a hill two miles south and one west of Titonka Monday. According to Bird's report, both machines were crowding the center of the road. No charges'we- re filed. ' Damage to the Kitzinger truck was about $150 while, the Harms car, a 1960 Pontiac, was la total loss. Sylvaria of Bancroft dies Tuesday To form GOP group here Digest of Week's NEWS WEDDING PERMITS Larry Torkelson, Rita De Gee- tdr, Sioux Falls, S;D. MAYOR'S COURT Carol., SuBmpns.^y§. : .Jonathan Simmons. Divorce. Farmers Mut. Hail Ins. Co. vs. Ralph J. Menke. Contract $284.06. ALGONA MARKETS New Corn Beans Oats Apr jl 23 — Mrs. Vernice Cash, Algona, medical; Mrs. Margaret Haubach, Algona, medical. April 24 — Mrs. Patricia Spencer, Algona, medical; Mrs. Willie Crail, Algona, medical; Mrs. Maxine " ~__ 68c '(Markets furnished weekly-by Hobarton Branch of Whittemore Elevator.) ST. ANN BIRTHS April 20 — Mr. and Mrs. R. Dewey Skilling, Algona, girl, 7 ib. '13% oz. April 22 — Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Harms, Burt, boy, 9 Ib. M? oz. BUILDING PERMITS : Ellen Marshall, one room addition, $1,000; Russ Waller, addition for storage, $1,500; R. H Apr il 25 — Mrs. Marion Bergman, Bancroft, medical; Ken neth Swenson, Appleton, Minn., medical. April 26 — Sylvaria Haupert, Bancroft, expired; Mrs. Dora Dremmel, Algona, medical; Mrs Nellie Lupin, Bancroft, medical Michelle Dorweiler, Algona, me dical; Adolph medical. Larson, Algona Tietz, dwelling, $16,000; Giddings, remodel porch, Paul Palmer. ALGONA WEATHER Guy $75 High Low Rain " .18 .03 26 20 33 43 43 44 51 .02 37 trac Two cases set for trial as court convenes at the term of opens court with Hand, Emmeteburg, presiding. Set for next week Tuesday * morning is an injunction proceeding brought At a recent meeting of teenagers, sponsored by the Republican Women of Kossuth Coun ty, organizational steps were taken to form a Teen Age Republican (TAR) club in this county .The group discussed their plans Sylvaria R. Hauport, 62, Ban- with Warren Knudsen from Sib croft, died Tuesday at St. Anm ley District TAR organizer fol hospital after a lingering "H lowing the program. Mike Flem ness. ' ' . !' ing, Sibley, State Program She was the daughter of John chairman of the Young Repub and Angeline Budde Haupert, licans gave a talk. Bing McDon born in Bancroft on October 8, aid gave a demonstration of tn 1903 Miss Haupert was a retir- Use of the new voting machine ed country school teacher and Those appearing from Garr had never married. She gradu- gan High School in musical s ated from the Bancroft high lections included: "The Sifters and attended State Teachers col- Hazel McEnroe, Ruth McEnro > ge . >, ^ and Donna Heinen; and a dou- ^| t o^1±sS eI ^^SFn^S: *He»Si Judge | four brothers. Mrs, w«J™« g Qbrecht Diane B ode, Hazel and Vaske all of Ban- Ruth McEnroe, Donna Heinen, Nick Gaul, Alton; Francis Hildman They were ac- Wai- compamed by Ruth Cassel. FOR ONE OF THE State Conservation Commission'sje- stocking programs, Kossuth County Conservation Officer Bill Basler is pictured holding a plastic bag containing 75,000 North, ern Pike fry. He brought 250,000 of them here MondayJfcom the Spirit Lake fish hatchery to be placed in the East Fork of the DesMomes river. ^ ^^ £ bout one-half inch long and some of them are still attoched^to the eae About six inches of water was in the bag, then it was filled'with pure oxygen. They could safely be transported for a day with.noganger of dyin^ ^ ^ ^ ^ two bayous - one near the Kollasch corner south of Algona and the other west of Irvington on the north side of the black- tOP ' By Fall they will measure 12 inches in length but only ahnut an inch in girth. The fish should weigh about two pounds fay the FaU of 1967. It takes three years for them to reach ma turity Mr. Basler stated that if two per cent or 5,000 of the Northerns reached maturity he would ^ pleased. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike btiliman. t «ott Long, man Edward Kennedy and S. L. Robinson against the town of A solemn requiem high mass April 27 — Ilenee Rusch, o Whittemore, medical. Four from area get SUI credit Iowa City — Four area high chool graduates received the _. ., n r . •»«" 1A. o Bancroft. A temporary injunc- will be at 10:00 a.m. Saturday in Son was granted Ust fall to halt St. John's Catholic church with a street improvement objected Rt. Rev. Msgr. Schultes as cele- - ..... ' - University of Iowa Merit Scholarships for tuition expenses for ;he 1966-67 term. Recipients ranked in the top 10 percent of ;heir high school class academically. They are: Algona, Margaret Schutter, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John Schutter; Corwith to by the plaintiffs. Set for jury trial May 9 is a damage case brought by Luke Youngwirth as parent of Thomas Youngwirth against the State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance Co. The young Youngwirth was killed in a truck accident. The case went to trial last May and Judge Hand directed a verdict for $1000 to the plaintiff who had asked a total of $11,- XX). The directed verdict was appealed to the state supreme court which reversed the directed verdict and sent the case back to the local court for jury trial. April 20 _. 36 April 21' '56 April 22 59 April 23 60 April 24 68 April 25 75 April 26 76 April 27 — NEW VEHICLES Hugh M. Black, Algona, Boa- tej Trl.; George J. McVay, Algona, Ford Trk.; Carl H. Beck, Fenton, Chev. p/u; Kossuth Mtr. Co., Algona, Chev. p/u; Jae R. Givens, Titonka, Ford; Raymond A, Johnson, Pancroft, Chev.; Robert E. & Novella I. Burlong, Titonka, Chev. p/u; Marjorle M. Nurre, Bancroft, Chev.; Willard G Anderson, West Bend, Chev.; Stephen L. Loss, Algona, Dodge; John M. Schutter, Algona, Olds; Kenneth H. Johnson, Algona, Chev.; Lewis Bosma, Buffalo Center, Pont.; LaVerne R. or Bonnie A. Larson, Armstrong, Ford; Julius B. Winkel, Algona, Olds; Barbara A. Bartlett, A go- na, Chev.; Clair J. Strohn, Algona, Ford; Daryl G. Preston, Swea City, Chev. ST. ANN HQSPITAt, April 20 — Paul Ostwinkie, AJgoria, medical; Emma McConr neU, Algona, medical; Wendell Ffenoh, Algona, medical; Bullock, Algous, medical. ™ ™ _ • • A Steven Dawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lavoy Dawson; Titonka Carole Smidt, daughter of Mr and Mrs. John Smidt, Wes Bend; Karen Nellis, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Nellis. rant. Burial will be in the par- h cemetery. Rosary will be oth Thursday and Friday at 8 .m. at Garry funeral home. The | D of A rosary will be at 3 p.m. i^iday. Friends may call after! :30 p.m. Thursday. Bancroft grados plan open houso COLLEGE GRADUATE Bancroft — Gilbert, son o Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wenzel, re ceived his B, A. degree at Man kato State college. Kindergarten roundup for Algona May 2 Select committees for Demo CHARGES of "failing to stop upon entering a highway" were hied against John Jennings, Algona, when his machine collid- d with a car driven by Wilam M. Kane, Cylinder, ' about 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the en- ance to the Weidenhoff drive ith highway 18. Jennings was coming from he drive and'drove into the pair of the Kane machine. The ylinder car had about $150 in amage while Jennings' car sus- ained about $50 damage. The second ' accident that night occurred one-half mile west of Burt and involved cars [riven by Virginia Wubben, Lone Rock, and Max Shipler, Burt. The Wubben car was stopped at a stop sign at the entrance to highway 169 and the Shipler car struck it from the rear. Charges of "following too closely" 'were filed against 'Shipler. His car had $200 front end damage^ while the -Wubben machine had $175 damage to rear. The following committees have been appointed in connection with the Kossuth County Democratic Convention to be held at the VFW Hall in Algona on May 6th: Resolutions Committee: Don i Murray, Bancroft; chairman; Paulette Bradley, Algona; Ervin I Link, Swea City; J. B. Geelan, Whittemore; Delores M e r t z, West Bend; Patrick Bradley, of the Two Bancroft girls capped Bancroft — Donna Kayser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albin ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Walsh, both of Bancroft, receiv- their nurse's caps in ceremo- Fenlon girl queen of navy group Fenton — Roxy Voigt, daughter of the Paul Voigts, Fenton, who is employed by the Bureau uauftiiLtjj- ui iiii. «>ivi **" «j» *».*«-*-» ».-»« »« —«-!—^ — - v Kavser, and Ann Walsh, daugh- of Yards and Docks Department 17 - -- • " - T of the Navy, was crowned queen of the BuDocks Annual Cor- TV v»jb *^«.. —j 1'ir I "U. I/IUU IlUioc o \^a\J& *•«• ^.^*~"-~ Burt; and Ervin Kiinksiek, Led- ., flt gaint Mary ' s School of yard, members. Nursing at Rochester Sunday I Nominating Committee: Joe Botn are 1955 graduates of St T L-^^rtPn rnu Bradley, Algona, chairman; Rob- John > s nig h school. A1 ^ annual kmdergaiten ioiH -f Hamilton Lakota: Mary I ndup will be at the high school annex Monday night, May 2, at 7-30 Parents of children who will be five years old orL or be.,- e committee: Russ fnrp Seot 15 are inviteo, to ai- v^i«-u.ciiw«^ ^ iir oir end. The kindergarten, health, Walter AlgonaJ g^f^^ j t *;«..-, T\»»r\nTomc ^f* IlllP^an. L»OllG rvUCK, V ci a j-»cv transportation pi ogi aniis Hamilton, Lakota; Mary ™ ni \J hi { temore; Kenneth onation Ball April 23 in the Crystal Room of the Willard Hotel in Washington, D.C. She will now compete for the Miss Navy title to be announced May 20. Pet chicken Bancroft - St. John's grade and transpomuon ^-«« ^B-ffalo Center; Rita Young- school will stage an open house will be out ined " cloie uie cu w irth, Wesley; and Donna Drees- and science fair Friday of this le ® *°V?r? 6 are 'visiting time man, Titonka, members. ,. m «b- t™™ Q.A* until R nm ailfl May D ana t) aie Visiuug uim „', 0 „„., p a ,.manpnt Ol-ffan- and science fair Friday of week from 3:45 until 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. There will also be or any ch Id who is an open house Sunday until kinderf 1 ten :{^J ^ noon. Parents and friends are dr en may visit any ot invited to visit the classrooms deigai ten cl ssts e nter and view children's works Pu- 5 , , Permanent Organ- Hurlburt, Swea - City, (Aiiirman; David Kollaach, Floi>ence studeri Lu . V erne; Marie Penton, Algona; will exhibit science projects. Model Home showing this week GOP women to I at the convention which will bei at 7:30 p.m. In addition to general public has also been in- tcd to attend the convention, immediately after the conven , o • T ,,nM-, 0 ™ tion there will be a brief organ The annua Spring Luncheon Qf the ne of the Republican Women ot| l ^ ai , „...,._., Kossuth County will be held medical; Ale* medical. ,, . . ^ — Lois Seefeld, Al- medical. OPEN HOUSE in the Model Home of Contractor Pon Tietz has been scheduled for Sat^^ Tuesday, May 3, at 1:00 p.m. at the Algona Country Club. The program will include speeches by local candidates for office. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. R. M. Thoreson, 295-5967, or any other board member by Saturday. Gas elections dated in May Elections for natural gas franchises at Bancroft and Ledyard will be held a week apart next month. Voting will be Thursday, May 12 at Ledyard and Thursday, May 19 at Bancroft on whether to give the North Central Public Service Co. of Algona a franchise for natural gas in the communities. Bancroft voted down a similar proposal several years ago while a scheduled election at Ledyard in March was postponed because of a blizzard. ^ of the new County Central 'Committee. Of- cers will be elected for the ext two years. Scouts pick up IS Iruckloads for GeciIwiH The Algona Boy Scouts, ot Troops 70 and 71, picked up 16 ruckloads of material for the landicapped at Good Will Industries. Nine trucks and the drivers assisted the 30 Scouts n the pick-up operation on Saturday, April 23. If some bags were missed, a collection box is located south of the Home Federal Building & Loan on the Methodist church property. CAUCUS CHANGE The republican caucus for I Greenwood township will be held at 8:30 p.m. at the public] school in Bancroft. All caucuses are dated for Monday, May 2. CERTAINLY one of the most unusual pets in the Pet Parade Saturday was the chicken shown above in the arms of its owner Jeff Zeigler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zeigler of Algona. In his other hand, Jeff has a dog leash Mrtiich he won. Jeff had the chicken all cleaned up for the show, including bright red polish on its n fay

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