Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 1
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ADVANCE ALMANAC J tftf*^** Wf VTOTII V BUILDING PERMITS H. W. Ireland, reshingle part of house, $56; Galen De Valois, remodel porch, $50. ST. ANN BIRTHS June 3 — Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Alvey, Whittetnore, boy, 7 Ib. 4% oz. June 8 — Mr. and Mrs. Char les Bjustrom, Whittetnore, boy, 8 Ib. 3V 2 oz. ALGONA MARKETS New Corn $1.1J Beans $2.98 Oats . 65c (Markets furnished weekly by Ho barton Branch of Whittemore Elevator.) ALGONA WEATHER Algona couple State Historical Iova City,; Iowa train Tw« Algwifl rMidftntft, Mr, •fid Mrs. A) Slob*, w*r* rid* litf (Ml th* Illtettd piiMnftr train, City of Lot AntftlM, whtn it dcrailtd tarly Mon* day m«rning June 6 near T«mp«lton, Iowa. th* SlobM wtra from a vacation trip to Call fornia whoro thoy had viiltod rolativoi in San fM*f*. Thoy war* hoadliHi for »arry, Iowa whoro thoir ion, iob, wa§ to ' M«. Slobo wai nwako wK«n tho mithap oceurrtd, fl«HlM baojago roady for jho«y j»- lurtor* at Porry. Mr. MMffi wai tloopine at tho tin*, and wai thrown into tho aiilo M, tho train jumped tho tratkt, Ho roeoivod a badly bruit* od ;(0f and a tora thouldtr, whilo iho wat uninjured. Mrt. Slob* taid that th» train had boon brakinf im* modiatoly boforo tho accident, and than it bagan to got vary bumpy, Suddontly tho ear in front of thiirt tippod ovar and a fin* dutt tproad throu« ghout thair own ear, blinding and choking th* patt*ng*rt< Several man managed to epan th* door and *v«ryon* got out, The cart directly in front and directly behind tho Siobe't had overturned, while theirt had remained upright, In ten minutet the Templeton Fire Department and itt ambulance had arrived on the *€«ft*, Th« Stafctt W*f* »**f«f« to th* hd*pit«l in Cirrall, •* *M>:M*«i Aftd ' MUMMIi ' •minvo, «no ^rww«iwii*< fiiterriflf ft tfc* Mfciifs Mri, Slob* twnmenNd, "Nil § viry ftk* w»y t* *fid i tHp. W«'r« glad we're in on* pite*." unt GES IN 3 SECTIONS ot> Conorni March • 1879 VOL. 64—NO. 45 THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1966 — ALGONA, IOWA tnt«r«o r» «econti eloss matter, 0«c. I. 1908, at Alaono, Ipwo, postotUce und«f High Lew Rain June 1 82 44 June 2 76 55 June 3 86 58 .11 June 4 85 61 .08 June 5 80 62 .12 June 6 74 53 .63 June 7 74 55 .02 June 8 — 55 .03 WEDDING PERMITS Dennis H. Price, Wallis K. Reynolds, both Council Bluffs; Vernon Wilbsrg, Jane Strueck- er, both Fenton; Herman W. Harms, Lennice Bilsborough, both Titonka; David Strickler, Algona, Mary Neitzel, Whittemore; Gregory H. Elbert Jr., of Emmetsburg, Bernadine C. Lin nan, Algona; Cecil Wirth, Thompson, Joanne Goche, Bancroft. NEW COURT CASES Beer party ends in court here Ledvaid boy f 12. 0116 of 4 killed ' ' \t- . J • IF f ' :'• f A Humboldt man was chare- iail here. His case will come eluded an 18-year old Ottosen s -^ _ — in tragic crash Sunday afternoon A Humboldt man was charg ed on two counts of "making beer available to minors" and "drinking beer on the highway" and five juveniles were charged with possession of beer after their car was stopped north of Algona Saturday night by patrolman Tom Cog- da" Richard Lee Warden, 24, of Humboldt, is out on $455 bond alter spending ihc night in jail here. His case will come up on Mayor Bill Finn's court later this week. Warden was driving a car with five teen-agers as passengers when it pulled off the road three miles north of Algona. Highway patrolman Cogdall was following and he said they had stopped when one of the passengers had spilled some beer. The juveniles involved in- eluded an 18-year old Ottosen , boy, a 17-year old Algona girl, j a 17-year old Whittemore girl,, and 16 and 17-year old Hum^i boldt boys. '*% They told Cogdall they vvere ; going to a dance at Bancroft ; It was about 10:59 p.m. when / they were stopped along highway 169. All appeared in Finn's court Saturday night t and the juveniles were^ turned | over to their parents. Darwin H. Koepke vs. Bever ly Ann Koepge, injunction; Bevly Ann Koepne, injunction; Bev Koepke, divorce; Beverly Lane Co. vs. Board of Supervisors, Ag Land Tax Credit; Warwick Land Co. vs. Board of Supervisors, Ag Land Tax Credit; Carol A. Presthus vs. Richard H. Presthus, di vorce; Erwin and Helen Gerbei vs. John and Clarice Buscher note, $45,595.79. MAYOR'S COURT Nicholas Joe Geesman, Ban croft, illegal parking on a Rub lie highway, i^lOf Duane T. Diers, Bancroft, improper lighting, $10; Donald F. Wolf, Algona, unlawful use «f license;- frlSrWch* arc! L; Warden, Humboldt, drinking beer on a public highway, posted bond of $105. and making beer available to minors, posted bond at $350; Barry C. Watkins, speeding, $10; Virgil W. Wolf, OMV1, waive preliminary hearing to district court, bond at $500. ST. ANN HOSPITAL June 1 — Ellen Norton, Algona, medical. June 2 — Mrs. Florence Becker, Bancroft, medical; William Becker, Bancroft, medical. June 3 — Mrs. Irene Spurge on, Algona, medical. j une 4 _ Mrs. Willie Crail Algona, medical. June 5 — Mrs. Mary Stebritz Algona, medical; Harry Barton Algona, medical; Susan Illg, o Bode, surgery. June 6 — Louis Schumacher Algona, medical; LeRoy Ricke, Wesley, medical. June 7 — Mrs. Nettie Fisher, Burt, medical; Mrs. Laura Hintz, Algona, medical. NEW VEHICLES Chuck Behr Trl. Sales, Algona, Apache; Charles Behr, Algona, Winnebago; Chuck Behr Trl. Sales, Algona, Apache; Matthew R. Clark, Algona, Honda; Henry W. Kitzmjer, Titonka, Chev. p/u; John H. Ricklefs, Titonka, Int'l p/u; John Vernon Dorenbush, Lakota, Chev. p/u; Linde Impl. Co., Swea City, Ford p/u; George E. Steil, Algona, GMC p/u; Franklin W. Brusie, Algona, Dodge; May G. Helleseth, West Bend, Chev.; The Quaker Oats Co., Swea City, Ford; Alvin LeRoy Larson, Swea City, Chev.; Dennis or Patsy Priebe, Lone Rock, Ford; George or Mino Johnson, Swea City, Olds; Jo* eph Arthur Elbert, Algona, Chev.; Cleo or Alberta Kautsch, Whittemore, Plym.; The Quaker Oats Co., Algona, Ford; Ervin W. or Doris H. Johnson, Lakota, Merc.; HerscheJ W. Hartman, Lone Rock, Ford; Guy C. Carlson, Wesley, Pont.; Gerald or Marjorie Moffit, Algona, Plym.; Harold Trauger, LuVerne, Plym.; Harry or Lillian Thilges, Irvington, Buick; Dale or Sadie Struthers, Algona, Dodge; Richard J. Shellmyer, Whittemore, Merc.; Rev. Leo C. Schumacher, Bode, Dodge; Eugene A. Scheme!, Air gona, Ford; Anthony Grabjanow- sfci, Armstrong, Chev. ON DEAN'S LIST Dennis DaM, Fenton, made the Dean's List at tho isthjervitte Junior college for the semester which ended. Miay 28. 30th annual Spanish War banquet here The Auxiliary of VFW Post 2541 is making plans to hold its 30th annual dinner honoring Veterans of the Spanish American War and their Auxiliary. The banquet will be served next Thursday, June 16, at 6:30 at the post's home in Algona. On the menu is fried chicket and all the trimmings and tho public is invited to participate in the $1.25 meal. Tenth Dt.s trict Commander Rockne of Es therville will be a special guest also, Howard Schnoover, Eagl( Qrove, a Spanish American vet aran, and his wife are expected There are also Auxiliary meiv _jriLwho.will be present iaad aition to local guests and be cause this is the 50th annual ob iervance here, it is hoped tha t will be an especially success ul event. Seven candidates for supervisor 50th reunion for class here The Algona High School graduating class of 1916 will hold a reunion Saturday evening, iune 11 at the Algona Hotel, ti dinner will be served at 6:15 >.m. and an open house will be leld at 8:30. Seveteen of the original 41 membsrs of the class will bs in attendance. Amanda Pettit, 87, Lone Rock, dies Monday Mrs. Amanda Pettit, 87, o Lone Rock died at her hom< Monday morning of an acute heart attack. -"'•''-'.•• '•' :; -.:; : ^ r She was born October 3, 187 in Des Moines. She marriex George Pettit on April 26, 1889 at Lone Rock. The couple farm ed in the Lone Rock area until retiring in Nov. 1946, to Lone Rock. Mr. Pettit died in 1954. Surviving relatives are four daughters and four sons, Mrs. iveiyn Earing of Lone Rock, A seventh candidate and 4th democrat has filed for supervisor in the Third or east Kossuth district. Richard Cosgrove is the latest to file on the demo- Mrs. Howard (Ethel) McChesney, Van Nuys, Calif., Mrs. Glen Relzine) Householder of Lone [lock, Mrs. Dale (Margie) Earing of Shell Beach, Calif.; Alton, cratic ticket and will contest for the nomination with Raymond Baade, John Welhausen, and , Andrew Reising. In the republican primary for the nomination are Wm. L. Rode, Earl Stott and Ted DeBoer Jr. EX-ALGONAN GRADUATES A 3/c Allen D. Geilenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Geilen feld, Fairmont, Minn., formerly of Algona, was graduated from Medical Service School at Gun ter A. F. B., Alabama, and is now . stationed at Dayton, Ohio, as a medical laboratory specialist. School board meets with 35 Tuesday night About 35 interested citizens of Algona heard a preliminary re^ view and offered suggestions for 'urther study and explanation to the community on the proposed new Algona high school at the: regular meeting of the Algona Community School Board 'lues- day night in the high school annex. A review of some of the problems involved in further explan- sion of the school building facilities were discussed. > The committee agreed to hold further meetings, including additional school patrons from the various areas in -the district.^ _ '.\ >..-.- :.,_.:'.~. They also decided to review more details of the tentative proposals which include: enlargement of the Bertha Godfrey chool, construction of a new our-year senior high school at he new site southeast of 'Algona, and some remodeling of« the weserit high school building for use by grades 6-7-8. A Citizen's Advisory commit- ;ee, to be formed within the next few weeks, is to meet in July Woodward and Bernard Pettit, all of Lone Rock and Hildreth Pettit of Whittemore. There are 38 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. Two daughters preceded her in death. She was a member of the Lone Rock Auxiliary. American Legion Services will be held at 1:15 Thursday at the Garry Funera Home with public services at 2 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran church in BUrt with Rev. Arn old Vehling officiating. Buria will be in East Lawn Memoria Gardens in Algona. FOUR PERSONS were killed and six others injured in this two-car crash just over the Kossuth lme,in;,Mihnesota, 6V2 miles northwest of Elmore Sunday afternoon about 5:15 p.m. One of the dead was 12-year old Ernest Farrow, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Farrow of Ledyard. Others killed were Melvin -x- with the Board to plan for study of details of the projects. Two get degrees at Iowa City Two area students, Mary Misbach, Algona, and Collyn DeNio, LuVerne, will receive degrees at the spring commencement at the University of Iowa Friday. Mary Misbach will receive a bacheloi of arts degree in education,, am Collyn De Nio a bachelor in bus mess administration. Walter P Ruether was speaker for the class of 1,840. Algona band wins first Five remain in hospital; one critical SHOWN ABOVE are Lions Club President Oliver Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gus- iter. Mr. Guster, Algona high school band director, is accepting a $25 award on behalf of the band for placing first in the Iowa Lions Parade at the Iowa State LjLons Convention in Fort Podge Monday. Some 20 bands took part in the parade down the Fort Dodge business district. The high school band also won the traveling marching band trophy for the local Lions club. Four persons were killed, including a 12-year old Ledyard ioy, in a two car crash just across the Kossuth county line in Minnesota Sunday about 5 p.m. Dead are: Melvin Frette, 45; his wife Evelyn, 36; their son Donald, 9; and Ernest Farrow, 12, of Ledyard. Melvin and Donald Frette both died at the scene of the accident as did the Farrow boy. Mrs. Frette died about 90 minutes later in the Blue Earth hospital. The Frettes were on their way to Blue Earth for a birthday party and the Farrows were returning from an afternoon outing. The crash occurred just over the crest of a hill six miles west and one-half mile north of Elmore. "he road is only 18 feet wide in places near the crash scene. BOTH THE Frette's 1956 Ford and the 1965 OldsmobUe driven >y Mr. Farrow were total losses. The Frettes were going north and the Farrows south at the ime of the crash. Six persons were injured in ,he crash, four critically. Janette iYette, 13, is in critical condition n a Rochester, Minn, hospital. n a Mason City hospital is Davd Farrow and sons Bruce and 3rian, ages 7 and 8. Mr. Farrow suffered a fractured right elbow, fractured Upper and lower jaws, two broken ribs, facial fractures and lacerations. David and Brian both sustained head and Itg injuries. Others injured were Dale Farrow, 13, who ran to the nearby Joseph Holland farm to summon aid. He is hospitalized at Buffalo Center with contusions and abrasions. JAMES MINO. 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Les Mino of Ledyard. a cousin of the Farrow boys, has a shoulder fracture and cuts and is in a Blue Earth hospital. Ambulances from Blue Earth, Elmore, Buffalo Center and Bancroft were called to the scene. The Farrows and Frettes live just three-quarters of a mile apart and both farms are visible from the scene of the accident. The Farrows live in Grant township and the Frettes live in Minnesota just across the line. FIVE OF the crash victims remained hospitalized Wednesday, with one in critical condition still. She is Janet Frette, 13, She had surgery Sunday night and is reported not responding well to treatment. Dale Farrow, 13, was released from the Buffalo Center hospital Monday. Ernest Farrow was born Feb 5, 1954 in the Blue Earth hospi tal and attended the Gram school. Survivors are his parents three brothers, Dale 13, Bryan 8 and Bruce 7, a sister Valeria 9 and grandparents Mr. and Mrs Frank Hornke of Blue Earth. Funeral services for him wil be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Blue Earth with Rev. G. D Eifert officiating. Burial will b in Riverview cemetery in E more. Frette, 45, of Elmore; his wife, Evelyn, 36j and their son, Donald, 9. Faribault County 1 SJierifF Bernard Imm andtDeputy Raymond Steele, look over'skid" marks on the gravel country road. The Frette car is the light colored car at.left and;the Farrow machine is the dark one at right.: ^ • Council votes to use federal aid for survey Sophie Rohlf dies; longtime of Swea City A lifelong Swea'city resider. 41 Mrs. Sophie Rohlf, 69, died Saturday at Holy Family hospital in E-thervilk'.. She was the mother of Virgil Rohlf, formor ASC office manager in Algona. Funera] servic.",' were held on Tuesday at the linnianuel Lutheran church in Swea City with burial in the Harrison township cemetery. Mrs. Rohlf was born Dec. 8, 1896 near Swea City and was married to Julius Rohlf in April of 1918. He preceded her in death earlier this year. Also surviving besides Virgil of Ankeny, is a daughter, Mrs. Marvin Simonsmeier of Swea City. There are also five grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. James Stoneking of Cushing, Iowa and a brother, John Carlson, Swea City. The Algona City Council voted ;o use federal funds in a city development program here Tuesday night after holding a public learing at the city hall to hear opinions whether or not the General Development Plan for Algona should be financed locally or in part by grant-in-aid under the Urban Planning Assistance Program. The council had already -agreed on a plan and had chosen an Omaha firm to make the necessary studies at a cost of $16,400. The federal .grant-in-aid will pay two-thirds of the cost while a 2 2 3 mill increase in local property taxes would have been needed to finance the program if it was financed on the local level alone. ABOUT 20 persons were present at the public hearing, and a general outline of the General Development Plan was given before discussion began concerning the actual financing of the program. Several persons expressed concern over the possibility of federal control in the plan and itr implementation. Under the federal assistance program, the plan approved by the city council will be submitted to the Iowa Development Commission for its approval. The commission will then forward the plan to the federal government. If the plan meets the fed- sral standards, the grant-in-aid will be given to the Iowa Development Commission which will work together with the city council in administering the program. Several persons said Algonans would benefit from the program since we are, in effect, paying for similar development plans in hundreds of other cities by the money which is taken fron federal income taxes. They said we should be receiving some of the funds instead of financing those of other cities through the income taxes. MANY CITIES in Iowa Have, adopted similar development plans, and the vast majority have done so on the federal grants-in-aid. A few of the Iowa cities participating are Boone, Clarion, Estherville, Humboldt, Storm Lake, Mason City and Eagle Grove. After the discussion had terminated, a show of hands was called, and those in favor of the federal assistance had the greatest number of supporters (a strong majority). It will be three ;o four months before the plan will be approved and underway. Governor's Day at Country Club next Tuesday The annual Governor's Day will be held next Tuesday, June 14 at the Algona Country Club and the 9th annual joint meeting of the Northwest Iowa Mayor's Assn. and the Northwest Iowa Chamber of Commerce Executives' Assn. will ba held in conjunction at the Country Club. Algona Mayor Bill Finn is the president of one organization and Algona Chamber secretary Bill Steele is vice-president of the other. Harold Hughes, Governor of Iowa, will be the speaker at the evening banquet. Heads of State Commissions including the State Highway, industrial Development, Public Safety, Civil Defense, Conservation, etc., have also been invited. The event is riot political. The local Barbershopper Chorus of 50 men will sing at the evening banquet. DIVORCE IS ASKED A petition for divorce was filed in district court by Carol Ann Presthus against Richard, H. Prestlm They wer^ married at Councp. Bluffs, July 13, 1963. She asks custody of two children.

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