The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1961 · Page 6
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4-Atgena (to.) Upp»r 0M M»fnif Thursday, August 3, 1 v. \I ?-... ^ .^^..Jl^.^r^r,..^,^-.^-.--.^.^—-^--^^,j.kj. ;1 --YT "L.riu_-- -ffntnAi 1 —^-Vit-^T" 1 "^"^As Mishaps Plaque County Roads The past weekend was another bod one, tra'fficrwise;- oft Kossuth •county highways, .with no less than five mishaps, including one that resulted in injuries'for two county residents, reported. For* tunately, property damage waS ' slight, except for one crash. • Injured were Dale H. Struthers, 62, Wesley, end Harley W. Brandt, 44, Titonka. Their autos collided a mile east and 3'/4 south of Titonka at 8:30 a.m. Monday at a cbuntjr road intersection. Struthers Was headed east and Brandt headed < south at the time. - v, According tfl. the accident re- pbrt, Struthers stopped, then 'Started up again, just as the Brandt vehicle .'reached the intersection. The former said he " didn't'see the other car in time to avoid . an accident. His auto was struck broadside and both cars were total wrecks, according to Sheriff Ralph .Lindhorst who investigated. Struthers suffered a hip injury and Brandt a lip laceration. Both men were treated at Titonka, ' then taken to the hospital at Britt for observation. , One hour and 15 minutes later, Patrolman Dick Pedersen was called to ithe .scene of tr> mishap eight miles south' of Swea City where autos driven by Lawrence J. Zwiefel. 51, Swea City, and Robert L. Lynch, 39, Lone Rock, collided at a gravel road intersection! Zwiefel was charged with failing to yield the right-of- way. He was headed south, the other car east at the time. Damage to the Lynch auto was estimated at $350. There were two accidents Friday. The first occurred at 6:45 a.m. An auto driven by Kenneth Arndorfer, 17, Algona; went out of control on a county road a half-mile south and one west of St. Benedict, went into a ditch and sustained, an estimated $50 damage. The auto was headed south at the time. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood investigated. At 5 p.m. the same day, a car driven "by A. J. Grandgenett, 58, Algona, 'struck a ' windrow of ; - gravel on a county road six miles .northeast of Irvington and was tlirown into a ditch, landing upside down. There was no estimate of damage to the auto. The accident was reported to. •.,.the sheriff's office. " Thursday, July 27, at 10:30 •a.m. an auto driven by Everett W. Vigdal, 39, Algona, crashed into a ditch a half-mile south ana 1% miles east of Lone Rock. Damage to the car was not estimated. Vigdal was headed west when the vehicle went off the edge of the blacktop road. He attempted to get it back on the roadway, lost control and the auto rolled over in the north ditch. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst investigated. LITTLE LEAGUES Algona's little' leaguers wiU Wind up their regularly scheduled games tonight (Thursday), 1 but four makeup games remain on the slate. They will be played within the next week. Here are results and standings in the loops: International W L Soos - 6 0 Bears —6 1 Foxes —— 4 2 Chiefs —- 3 2 Bees - - 2 4 Saints —2 5 Hawks J -0 4 Demons • 0 5 Bears 11, Chiefs 2; Bears 11, Saints 2. American . W L Tigers 5 1 Indians 5 1 Orioles -4 2 Yanks 4 t Twins 3 3 Red Sox 2 5 White Sox 0 7 Indians 4, White Sox 2; Yanks 13, Twins 6. National W I Cubs V 4 Braves 7 '•> Cards — - 6 5 Pirates — -3 9 Cubs 6, Pirates 3; Pirates 4. BeAne, Fenfon; , Ju/y 29, Braves 7, 17 Pay Fines, Mayor's Court Mayor C. C. Shierk's court proved to.be a busy place during the past week as a total of 17 persons paid fines following preliminary hearings on a variety ot charges. Here is the docket of cases: Gary Carberry Whittemore, $50 ($25 suspended), reckless driving; Clarence Harms, Titonka, and Edmund Mayland, Buffalo Center, $25 ($20 of Mayland's suspended), possession of liquor on highway; Lowell Lewis, Red Oak, $15, striking another car :rom the rear; Shirley Heimstra, Buffalo Center, $10, expired driver's license. Gary Rich, Burt, $10, improper passing; LaVaun Berkland, Fehton, $10, and Robert Reding, Algona, $15, speeding; William Lane, Algona, • drinking; oji 'a, public highway, $10; William Elbert, Whittemore, improper . ftmlen - Janet Vileette Behne •and Thomas George Stavros e* changed wedding vows the aft- ernobn of Saturday, July 29, at FirsuMethodist church, Roches tei', Minnesota. The bride is the daughter of Mrs jl Frank Behne, Fenton, and the late Mr Behne, and the groom's parents are Mr and Mrs George Stavros, Rochester. The Rev. C. C. Callahan, Kart- awha, la., officiated at the double ring ceremony and traditional music was supplied by Harold Sweitzer, minister of music and choir director of the church. Attendants to the couple were Miss Dorene Baumann, Hayfield; maid of honor, and the groom's brother, James, best man. There was a reception for members of the immediate families in the church after the ceremony. The couple Will be at home at Rochester until fall, when they will live in Minneapolis., The bride was graduated from Sentral high school in 1,959 and attended Methodist Kahler School of Nursing through her junior year. She plans to work at University hospital, Minneapolis. The groom is a 1958 graduate of Rochester high school and a 1960 graduate of Rochester junior College. He will .continue his studies in chemistry at the 'University of Minnesota. West Bend Now Almost Certain To Win Title West Bend Rock, 4-1, to got past practically Lone cinch the second half title in the Kossuth County Baseball League at West. Bend Sunday. St. Joe dumped Humboldt, 7-2, in the other league game Sunday. Standings W L West Bend ............. -4 0 Lone Rock _ ........ ----- 2 2 St. Joe ........ ---------- 2 2 Humboldt ...... --------- 0 4 West Bend will travel to St. Joe -and Humboldt to Lone Rock for games this Sunday. Winners At Bob's 1 Winners in the drawings at Bob's House of Bargains here last Friday included Mrs Elda Groen, gold barrel chair, Tom Arndorfer, brown swivel TV rocker, and Lucille Holdorf, pole OtherSprizes, including ta- Armstrong 3Sj|l| Nurse Graduate Ringsted — Joan Irmiter, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Irmiter, Armstrong, will, gradur ate from St. Anthony's'School of Nursing at Carroll Aug. 6. She will be employed at Holy Fafn,- ily hospital, Estherville. She Is a 1959 graduate of Armstrong high school and attended Estherville Junior College one year. She is the granddaughter of Mrs Clara Bollig of Bancroft and Mrs' Mary Irmiter of Armstrong. (UDM Engraving) Kossuth Auxiliary Meets . A meeting of the county Legion Auxiliary will be held at Titonka next Tuesday, Aug. ,8, at 2, .p.m. New officers, including Mrs Gus Simonsmeier, Ledyard, president, will 'be in charge of the meeting. .'>. - : - / • • 4i John Kain Home - :: i\ John Kain, Plum Creek farmer, returned home from Rochester last Saturday without surgery for a detached -retina in one eye. He may return at a " ter date for the operation. backing, Garner, $11; Charles $10, speeding; Klaus, David Flower Show The Ringsled Study Club will sponsor a flower show in the nil-purpose room of the high school there this Saturday, Aug. 5, beginning at 2 p.m. There will be a short program at 2:30 p.m., followed by a sliver tea. Proceeds from the show will go to the Emmet County Association for Retarded Children. Carman, Corwith, $10, speeding up while being passed; Alfred Opheim, Sexton, $15, stop sign. Gerald Schimon, Rolft, $6, no driver's license; Ellis Onnen, Rolfe, $10, allowing unlicensed minor to drive; Fred Kent, Jr., Algona, $5, expired driver's license; and Arnold Reetz, Alpha, Minn., $6 each, towing a vehicle with no registration and towing vehicle with improper device. Court costs were assessed in addition to fines. Aug. 8 Style Show Little sisters will be featured in Stylorama 01 the annual style show sponsored by the Whittemore Catholic Daughters of America to be ,held August 8th at 8:00 p.m. in the Plantation Ballroom, Whittemore. The public is invited. FULL SIZE SET MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING Famous SEALY Bedding 7888 Mel Krumm To Leave Swea City Ringsted — Plans are underway at St. Mary's Catholic church at Armstrong for a farewell party for the Melvin Krumm family of Swea City. Mr. Krumm has accepted the position in a bank at Tripoli effective August 15. Mr, Krumm has been employed 'in the bank at Swea City and has been active in many community affairs. SET AND $ SIT FURNITURE, INC, BIDDING SALE! Leave After Visit Mrs Carl Stellhom and son Steve left by car, Wednesday noon for the west Coast. They were to meet Mr Stellhorn at Cheyenne, Wyo. They had been visiting at the home of Mrs Stellhorn's mother, Mrs Mary Kain, and with other relatives in the area. ble lamp"s,»fiaor"lamps and stuffed dogs were also awarded. Algona Woman Hospitalized; Fell With Horse Mis Herb (Pat) Hensley is at Park hospital. Mason City, recovering from injuries received Sunday afternoon in a fall from a horse. Mrs Hensley and her riding hoise, Prince, were returning from a lide at Call State Park on the gravel road. At the turn to the swimming pool. Prince evidently was overcome with memories of the green grass at the pool park and as he turned abruptly from the gravel road to the blacktop, he lost his footing and both horse and rider landed on the ground. Mrs Hensley suffered a severe bump on the head and injuries to her foot and left elbow. After treatment here, she was taken by ambulance to Mason City. No broken bones were found in the foot but it is badly bruised. The elbow, which had been twice broken previously. had not been set Tuesday, and she underwent surgery that morning foi the removal of a growth found on the bone. Prince was skinned-up a little in the mishap. Double Pneumonia Wesley — Mr and Mrs Rick 1 Reiling flew to Minneapolis to see their daughter, Shirley who is a patient in the Methodist hospital, with double pneumonia. She is improving slowly. Wins Journey . « i Ann Slagle and Maude-^phl h'aas were first place winners ai the Estherville guest day golf tourney this week. Mrs Slagle won first in the 2nd flight, 18- hole event and Mrs Kohlhaas won first in the 9 hole champion- Bancroft — Mrs frank lor suffered painful bUfiis dn her arm attd haAd fecently wheh she stumbled ind fell "while, eawylflg a pan of boiled potatoes froming stove td a sink' where she Was going to? drain them. . ', Cduiiiypraft Quota Is For August If there h to be any sharp increase" in draft inductees .for the military services it >is not very apparent in Kossuth? County thus far. Idella Wood, who is the clerk in charge of the Selective Service office -in AlgOna, located on the second floor of the Sawyer Building, says that the draft 'call for August totals three. " Slated to fill this' quota are Manuel Bartolo, Ledyafdj Maurice Flaig, Lone Rock; and Marvin Bosma, Buffalo Center. Only two men have been' inducted through the draft in Kos- sulh County this year, one in January and" one in July. .The balance oif the draftee requirements for the .year;i have been made in voluntary enlistments In the armed forces by young men from the county. : • ' There are now 19 inductees and 275 enlistees from the COuh- ty on military" duty. But there are, 'also 167 members of active,reserve forces, living in the county. Congress 'has just authorized the. recall of 250,000 reservists to' active duty, and whether or not there will a call for some of the 167 remains to -be seen. Indications ts'lff the ebufity .at, present in A!*, Rderye .tfrilt Md .the . - .. All youhif. theh reaching their Iflth) birthdays' are required td. register 'at Wat. time of within. Elite days, thereafter, , ^, . ' ., ' _ i. j i ,..' „. . LI •„ NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Elizabeth'Lutter, Deceased. IN' PROBATE Notice ,of Appointment of Executor IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the estate of Elizabeth Lutter late of Kossuth County, Iowa, ^Deceased. All persons in any ^manner indebted to said Deceas- ,ed or his estate will make payment to the undersigned; and Hhose having claims against ?aid ^deceased or. his estate will pre- teK*T\t: ''+t-»iiW% '?i-> Hire* lirtQT^MOT" I'nnrf them in like form as by law required, for [allowance and payment. Dated this 31st day of July A. D., 1961. Reuben C. Lutter Executor of said Estate. (31) HOME LOANS -Low Cost to Build - PURCHASE OR REFINANCE your PRESENT LOAN. Principal and interest plus your taxes and property insurance can be combined into one easy payment like rent. Come see us before you build or buy. Perhaps your present payments are too high? MAKE THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS NOW - See your material dealer or contractor, our Association has a very special plan for handling loans to help you. Write or call on Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n ALGONA (Since 1917) IOWA Savings & Investments — Accounts Insured to $10.000 BYF. S. L.I. C. Making your city a bettor place to llvi, work ind ralsa a family-* the result of. GROWING livings and Loan business ?«•••••••••••••••••• mm*mmmmmmmm*9** Call Us Today and... jj*. & • CHOP FINE FOR LESS! _ It's one of the lowest priced forage harvesters you can buy, but the new "616" from New Holland tuma out top-quality fine-chopped silage fastJ •**» ••**' Exclusive "Positrol" feeding is one of the reasons, Wide 30-inch rolls feed an even carpet of material to the cutterhead. Fine-cuts even stalk and ear butts! Exclusive power-driven feed rolls on the cornhead give you fast, positive feeding, even in 15-foot com. Built-in knife sharpener saves time and power. Call us today for a free demonstration and trade* In estimate! Algona Flour & Feed §0, PHILLIPS €¥44701 have been 'rtiftt the te* ' be- called ,ln eous HOME IMPROVEMENT LOAMS — NO MORTGAGE QUICK; SERVICE — ,PA« THON12E , DEALER OF FEDERAL '-At ALfldNA, , • V-,' , T ' T«F.N« ' LAftD'BANK FAftM LOANil afford link term Safety With' firivliege 6f paying time'— 16W* payments. Fdf & on your farm.' wjth an .orga tiofti that -/hits' several times reduced interest 6n '; outstanding loa'nS see yoUr FEDERAL LAND SANK 'ASSOCIATION at Al« gottd Mondays arid Wednesdays (south of Penneys) or at* forest City (West of Forester Hotel) Tuesdays and Fridays. Eugene H'. Hutchins, Manager, "31-34* WAMtlD TO BUY CATTLE OF All BREEDS. , COULD USE A LOAD OF SPRINGING HEIFERS. DALE YUNGEBERG ALGONA, IOWA CV 4-4044 (24-31*) I NEED A MAN AT WCt! Large' nationally advertised, 'direct to farm feed company, need a District Manager In Kossuth County. Man selected must have ear, know,feeds arid feeding and be, capable of supervising men. This Is a splendid opportunity for permanent work. Top pension-insurance program for man who qualifies. It will pay you to investigate this opening, even though now employed. For interview, see dr write MR. DALE DOUGHAN BRITT, IOWA , '•'•', (27-3?) CLOSING NOTICE! • OUR SHOP AND OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED THE WEEK OF AUGUST 6 FOR VACATION. / • WE WILL RE-OPEN THE MORNING OF AUGUST 14 ! NORTON A MACHINE WORKS "West of Courthouse Square' HOMEGROWN CORN GIANT EARS 39c Dozen SNOBOY (picked for flavor) PEACHES..^..$1. HOME OF THE Flr«Sf ELBERTA PEACHES ... PACKED BY Y T - YOUR ASSURANCEJPF ; TH^ ONLY A FEW LEFT '. . . FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 30 IBs. $6.98 LOCAL HONEY 1 LB. JAR 29c THOMPSON WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPES .... 2 Ibs. 59c LARGE STANDBY GRAPE JAM Me Lamb Shoulder ROASTS ..... 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