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Name 114 On School Honor Rolls Here , A total of 114 junior high and nign school students were named this week to the honor roll of Algona Community Schools, according to Supt. O. B. Laing. of the total, 64 are enrolled in the junior high. Eight students, including Mary , S!2f sd % Glennda Gabrielson, Karen Haase and Roberta Sch- wendema'nn, eighth graders Jeanette Bjustrom, Marianna Steele and Carole Wittkopf. sophomores, ahd Molly Sullivan 8 f ni P r ' topped the list with straight A records for the second quarter, Others named were — seventh grade: Alan Adams, Roger Batt, Lynn Kueck, Dale McBride, gouglaa Medin, Jim Stanton. Barbara Brendow, Elizabeth Brewer, Mary Jane Butterfield. Sandra Cook, Mary Misbach Jacqueline Rowley, Susan Schultz, Brigitta Whittemorc. Eighth grade: Gary Angle, Bill I Bourne, Bill Brewer, Carl Danielson, Jerry Gade, Alvin Hagg. Steve Hallauer, Larry Klein, Lee Lajvson, Gary Rich, Jimmy Richardson, Bill Sigsbee, Jim Stephenson, JDenny Waller, Dean Willrett, Eugene Wittkopf. Karen Alt, Barbara Bartlett." Kathy Bay» Harriet Benschoter Sharon Bilyeu, Dorothy Blanchard, Emma Finley, Judy Gerber, Phyllis Hardgrove, Patricia Hurt, Janet Jergenson, Penny Johnson, Jean Keith, Maradee Lenz, Nancy Lawman, Sheryll McNeill, Rosemary Medin, Trudy Olsen, Donna Patton, Patty Priebe, Barbara Reinders, Joyce Rlebhoff, Carolyn Rochleau, Patty Schneider, Karen Schultz, Sharon Scott, Ruth Van Buren, dtatt Hietorloal Iowa Olty; la. ESTABLISHED 1863 Entered at second class matte* at the postofflce at Algona, Iowa. Nov. 1, 1932. under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. AL00NA, IOWA, THURSDAY, FSIRUARY 7, 1957 3 SECTIONS - 22 PAGES VOL. 94 - NO. * Algona Man Invents Fifth Wheel Device For Trucks Julie Vipond, Beverly Warner and Betty Wickwire. Freshmen: Mary Arndorfer, Janice Bode .Patty Cowan, Sharon DeGroote, Dieter Gruner Cindy Hardy, Ben Herbst, Cheryl Immerfall, Grace McKim, Michael McNeill, Ann Smith, Pam Waller and John Wilson. Sophomores: Nola G a 11 o n, Linda Hansen, Joel Harris, Sue LaBarre, Sandra Phillips, Tom Potter, Judy Reinders, Judy Rovn, Verna Schmidt. Juniors: Judy Adams, Patricia Gilbert, Karen Hutchins, Larry Hutzell, Helen Kuhlmann, Ann Mikes, Elaine Montgomery, Paula Priebe and Marilyn Richardson. Seniors: Kenneth Bunkofske, Georgia Ann Butterfield, Edith Christiansen, Judy Cowan, Marilyn Dreesman, Patricia Ferris, Ted Finley, Carole Hayes, Karen Helmers, Beverly James, David Kohl, Sharon Miller, Connie Priebe, Richard Rochleau and Earlene Skogstrom. Algona Picnic Held Sunday In California There have been untold numbers of Iowa picnics held in southern California, but something new for the record began Sunday, Feb. 3, when a large crowd attended the first Algona picnic in history in a park at Huntington Beach. A report of the get-together, complete with a list of persons in attendance, was airmailed to the Upper Des Moines by Don Smith, Sr. of Algona, who was special correspondent on the story. « The list of names and addresses follows: Genevieye and Ed Genrich 1434 Huntington Drive, Duarte Howard Genrich, 2413 Belmont Ave., Long Beach; Mr and Mrs William Drayton, Algona; Mr and Mrs Elwood E. Richter and Leila, 5510 W. 120th st., Hawthorne; Mr and Mrs Russ Kennedy, 918 Acacia, Huntington Beach. Mrs Rachael J. Richter, 1061 3rd, Hermosa Beach; Ranny Richter, 1061 3rd, Hermosa Beach; Mr and Mrs William Heller, or lengthen a load. Hanselman ' r>on s i to . ly behind Smith a e air hoTes which connec river can make his connect Shackelford, 75, Succumbs On Wednesday Funeral services for Wilnie S Shackelford, 75, resident of 'Algona for more than 40 years, will be held Saturday, Feb. 9, at 2 p.m. in McCullough's Funeral Chapel. Rev. Kenneth Fogel- rnan of the New Testament church at Fort Dodge will officiate and burial will be in Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. Mr Shackelford died about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday in his home at 317 So. Blackford street. Death was due to cancer. Wilnie S. Shackelford, son of Frank W. and Nancy Willhite Shackelford, was .born Sept. 19, 1881, at Roscoe, Mo. He came to Iowa in 1906 and married Anna Kollasch at Milan, Mo. Oct. 15, 1913. Mr and Mrs Shackelford came to Algona the following year and Mr Shackelford worked as- a carpenter and harness maker for many years. Mr Shackelford was a member of the Masonic Lodge here. Six fellow Masons will serve as pallbearers at the funeral. He is survived by his wife, a sister, Mrs Birdie Coperihaver Osceola, Mo., three daughters anc two sons. They are Mrs James Jensen, Big Lake, Minn., Mrs C L. Peterson, Goldfield, Mrs A. E Browning, Sherman Oaks, Cal. Floyd W. Shackelford, Davenport, and Richard W. Shackelford, California, Pa, Smith are poiniing -out primary a - djU -J a £ le load wei e ht s and also to shorten 6 lts ? V? st S g ?^ er the , cab axle " Direct ' &c ^ nir ° l inside the tr "<* «*. The truck , 1241 Vz Orange Grove, GJendale- Mr and Mrs Gail Haase and Ann, Donald and Sally, 203 Nashville, Huntington Beach. Dutch and Madge Swanson, 320 N. Jefferson, Fullerton; Mr and Mrs Don Smith, Algona; Mi and Mrs Russell Maxwell, 1029 W. F., Ontario; Marjorie Carlon Harriman, 11261 Brookhurst Aye.. Garden Grove; Mrs Carrie Haase, 419 S. Comstock Ave., Whittier; Harry and Pearl Phillips, 419 S. Comstock Ave., Whittier; Hazel Lusby, 716 Jasmine, Corona Del Mar. Alex and Haxel Dermand, 2501 Virginia Ave. No. 5, Santa Monr jca; Mr and Mrs O. F. Peterson, Santa. Ana; Mr and Mrs Dean E. Hermanson, 9008 Guilford, Whittier; Mike Kenefick, 2613 14th St., Santa Monica; Dave Zittrit- sch, Jerry Parkins, Don Cook, Bob Brown and Wayne Samp, all from the Santa Monica area. Besides eating their fill, and undoubtedly talking most of the afternoon, there was no need for any special entertainment or speeches. It was reportedly a great success and will probably be tried again. Buys Gamble Store George Swalves of Hebron has purchased a Gamble store at Northwood and will move there shortly. Mr Swalye is holding a farm sale Friday. Petit Jurors To Report Tuesday Petit jurors for the February term of district court in Kossuth county are to report next Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 10 a.m. and jury cases set for trial are slated to begin that day. Two criminal cases are on the docket of Judge Fred M. Hudson, who will preside. In the meantime, a grand jury indictment was returned, Tuesday, charging Edwin Lloyd of Bancroft with false uttering of a check, his fourth offense. Bond was fixed for $1,000, and Lloyd was in the county jail yesterday. The check in question was issued for $15 on April 9, 1956, and gashed in a local store,' Martin J. Kern, Algona, was sentenced to 90 days in the county jail and fined $100 on a plea of guilty to a charge of larceny in the nighttime in court Monday. The case involved theft of a watt-h from a local store counter, Jan. 16 . The invention of an Algona welding shop owner, now going into production for sale to semi- truck and fleet truck owners, has all the ear-marks of "a new Algona industry.", If tests in actual use of the new device, conducted over the past two months, and enthusiastic comments as a result of the tests are any indication, that is exactly what may come into being — "a new Algona industry." John Hanselman, owner of Hanselman's Welding Shop at State and Heckart streets, is the man with the "idea", which came to him last year as a result of his work with truck owners. Drivers of large semis, hauling loads inter-state, are confronted at most state lines with laws regulating the axle load, and in many states with laws stipulating the maximum length of a load. A driver on a long haul therefore has to shift his axle load weight many times, and also shorten his load at times. Most devices now on the market, which enable a truck driver to accomplish these changes, are pretty expensive and also take considerable time to handle on the road. That's what Hanselman determined to improve. After experimenting with different solutions, John finally came up with an "air value" theory to the problem, and in his shop here perfected the new truck device! for which are to be applied for. patents His in- John Gisch Hurt John Gisch suffered a painful accident last week Thursday >vhen the twine on a bale of hay ie was lifting loosened. He lost Balance and fell from the truckj Breaking his left wrist and injuring his ribs. He is improving and is able to get up and down in a chair now without assistance. Plan Bus Trip -^-A group of Methodist young people are planning a trip by chartered bus to Sioux City, Saturday, Feb. 16. They will visit Morningside College, Good Will Industries a'nd the Methodist hospital. They will join others in Algona at 6:30 a.m. and expect to be back hwie about 2 a.m. Sunday. vention,— or device — rests over the axle in rear of the cab, and when an air valve in the cab, controlled by the driver, is operated it releases a pin automatically and enables the truck driver to move the cab end backwards or forwards the inches necessary to adjust the axle load weight or load length to satisfy requirements. The whole operation is performed without the driver leaving his cab. Thus far, five of the units have been produced at the Hanselman Welding Shop here, and one ol these has seen actual, use on a big semi-truck for 25,000 miles, with excellent results. Mr Hanselman calls his new device the "Adjustable Sliding 5th Wheel For Position Of The Load"—but he is working on a shorter and catchier trade-name for the product. Arrangements have been made with a heavy equipment' distributor for sale of the Hanselman device, and the local firm expects to be turning out 10 to 15 of them per month shortly. The units are priced at $250 each, plus installation. Glenn Smith, employed at the Hanselman shop for the past two years, assisted in developing the product, and is as enthusiastic as Eianselman over its potentials. But John, although he has a lot of confidence in the future of his "idea", is somewhat conservative when it comes to being enthusiastic, and isn't planning« to knock out a wall of his shop for expansion yet for awhile. However, just in case he does expand, he has plenty of extra land area 7 Mendez Concert Pleases Highly An enthusiastic group of music lovers who nearly filled the high school auditorium, including the balcony, enjoyed the concert here Tuesday evening presented by Rafael Mendez, trumpet vir- Mrs Scheme!, 97, Services Set Friday Funeral services for Mrs Pauline Schemel, 97, former longtime resident of this area, will be held Friday at 10 a.m. in St. Cecelia Catholic church. Burial will be in the St. Benedict cemetery. Hamilton Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Mrs Schemel died Tuesday afternoon in Mercy hospital at Des Moines. She recently stiff &£ ed a fractured hip, the second such fracture suffered by her. She was born at Agatha, Ontario, Canada, Dec. 8, 1859, and was living in Illinois when she married Philip Schemel. The Schemels moved to St. Benedict about 1890 and farmed there until retirement when they moved into a home in Algona Mr Schemel preceded his wife n death in 1942. Mrs Schemel was a long-time member of St. Cecelia Catholic church. Seven years ago Mrs Schemel moved to Des Moines and lived m the Bishop Drumm Home for the Aged. She was taken to the hospital after fracturing her hip. She is survived by four children. They are Eugene Schemel, Algona; Dr. Robert H. Schemel, Omaha; Genevieve (Mrs E F Rahm), Des Moines; and Sister M. Pauline, Carroll. Eleven grandchildren and 30 great- grandchildren also survive. Two sons preceded her in death. Swine Raisers Organize Here A group of hog raisers from the county met Jan. 31 at the Extension Office and started preliminary organization of a County Swine Improvement Association. The new association will sponsor a program of weighing, Senfral Bonds Lose Again; Call 9th Vote For the 8th time, voters in the Sentral Community School District rejected a proposed bond issue Saturday for construction of a new high school. Over 800 ballots were cast at the Lone Rock school with about 60 percent voting against the proposal. Sixty percent is necessary foil passage. The Sentral area includes the Seneca, Lone Rock and Fenton school areas. However, a 9th vote has now been called, to be held Saturday, March 9. on a $450,000 project which would include procuring and improving land for an athletic site as well as constructing a new high school for the disi trict. The location, this time, is on the county blacktop highway between Fenton and Lone Rock, and at the intersection with the road from Seneca. The location :s the NE quarter, section 21, township 97 north, range 30. Wesley, Lone Rock Creamery Meetings Set The annual meeting of the Farmers Cooperative Creamery Co. of Lone Rock will be held Thursday, Feb. 14, at 1:30 p.m. a t the church parlors sit Lone Rock. Two directors will be elected. Russell Weaver of State Brand Creameries and Ralph Nialiols of the Tri-County Drying Ass'n at Whittemore will speak. A lunch will be served after the meeting, Will Christensen, secretary, states. The Wesley Co-Op Creamery will hold its annual meeting Saturday, Feb. 9, at 1 o'clock in the Studer hall. Ralph Nichols, 'manager, of. the .Whittemore Dry- 'ing Plant, will be main speaker. Wildlife Conservation pictures will be shown. The Wesley high school band will furnish music. All members and friends are invited to attend. The annual meeting of the Wesley Farmers Co-Operative Elevator will be held in the Stu der hall Monday afternoon, Feb 18. Farmer Suffocates Beneath Overturned Tractor, Wednesday SweaTwp. Woman Named Kenneth Busch To State Board Regents SuccumbsOn Ledyard Road For the first time in Iowa hist tory, a Kossuth. county resident has been appointed to the state board of regents, the agency which supervises Iowa's state educational institutions. Mrs Morris Birkness of Swea backfat probing, and efficiency testing of hogs, especially gilts kept for breeding. Temporary officers elected were: chairman, Albert C. Kollasch, Bancroft; vice chairman, Laabs, Lone Rock; secre- School Election Here Mar. 11 The annual school board election of the Algona Community School District will be held Monday, Mar. 11. Terms of Perry Collins and Robert Deal, board members, and E. A. Schemel, treasurer, are expiring. One of the board terms, now held by Collins, will be for three years, the other for two. The treasurer's term runs from July 1, 1957 to July 1, 1959. Other members of the present board are Mrs Veda Murtagh, Eugene Hutchins and Bob Black. By law, a petition with ten signatures must be filed not later than noon, Mar. 1, in order for a person to be candidate for one of the board positions. tary, Clifford VanBerkum, Swea j a n 31 City; treasurer, Harvey C. Larsen, Swea City. A county wide Heart Fund Drive Is Underway A local drive for funds for the Iowa Heart Fund is underway here, coinciding with the state drive. Feb. 24 has been designatn ed as "Heart Sunday." A kickoff meeting was held meeting will be held at Burt on February 19 to further organize get tuoso, accompanied by the gona high school band. Al- Mr Mendez. who had been in Algona for several days to. prepare for the concert with the school band, drew three encores at the conclusion of the program, which included ten regular numbers. the testing program and more hog raisers enrolled. 3 Teachers At I.S.E.A. Meeting „ Robert Stephens, Algona, Leo Willadsen, Ledyard; and William Littlejohn, LuVerne, attended the annual Iowa State Education Association Delegate Assembly last Friday and Saturday held in the grand ballroom of hotel Fort Des Moines. The assembly was attended by 300 delegates from all over Iowa. The main objective of the assembly js to inform the legislature, both state and national, how the teachers feel toward pertinent questions pertaining to education. . One resolution that was sent m by the Kossuth County Council and presented on the delegate floor by Mr Littlejohn was passed by a big majority. This resolution delt with teacher expenses for furthering their education Jo be considered as an income .tax deduction. Leaders of the drive in Algona are Mrs Henry Blome Mrs Wes Bartlett, Dr. and Mrs Cameron Shierk, Mr and Mrs Dick Phillips and Mrs Bryan Asa. Mrs L. S. Young of Algona is chairman, and workers have been named for all towns and townships in the county. 30 At County Auxiliary Meet — The Lakota Legion Auxiliary was host to the Kossuth County Auxiliary, Jan. 29, with 30 in attendance. Mrs Fern Peterson of Swea City presided. Mrs Lillie Foth of Algona, district membership chairman, spoke on Membership. The boys quartette, Gerald Heetland, Michael Vodraska, Robert Sheldahl and Craig Meyer, sang two numbers, accompanied by their Leonard. director, Mary Jean Smashes Finger Lawrence Mueller suffered a painful injury last Friday when his finger was aught in the roller chain on the drag of his cornshelier. The end of 'the finger smashed. was partially Nine Academy Pupils Attend Press Meeting Nine St. Cecelia Academy students left with their adviser, Sister Alberta, by train, Tuesday, for a trip to Denver where they were to attend the National Catholic Scholastic Press Ass'n convention Feb. 6, 7 and 8th. Making the trip were Jean Hall, John Hood, Bob McMahon and Shirley Miller, juniors, and Joan Byam, Mary Ilia Erpelding, Arlene Ludwig, Bill Robinson and Etta Woodcock, seniors. Another group of Academy pupils will participate in an area speech contest at Titonka, Monday, Feb. 11. Those participating in the speech event will be Jim Lichter, Ronald Briggs,. Cecil Schil mpeller, Arlene Ludwig, Tom Fahdei and Joan Henry, seniors Joan Becker, Carolyn Bickert Jean Hall, John Hood, Bob McMahon, Deanna Bebo and Dianne Stebritz, juniors; Julie Elbert Clifford Esser, Joan Goecke Catherine McCarthy, Judy Schumacher and Robert Lichter, sophomores; and'Leonard Dahl- lauser, freshman. Variety Show At Ledyard, Feb. 12 Ledyard — The Music Boosters will sponsor a Variety Show in he High School gym, on Tuesday night, Feb. 12th at 7:30 p.m. The show will be composed of home talent from around the community in which both adults and school students will participate. Churches and organization groups will also take part. There will be vocal and instrumental numbers in addition to some short skits. The admission price will be 50c for adults and 25q for students. Dies At Rest Home On Jan, 31 Mrs Winifred Van Peursen, 44, originall yfrom Ocheyedan, died Thursday night, Jan. 31, at Roberts Nursing Home here. Mrs Van Peursen had been a patient here for several years. She was a victim of multiple sclerosis. Funeral services were held at Ocheyedan. The Hamilton Fu* neral Home was in charge of ar» rangements here. Taxes Are Payable Roseila Voigt, county treasurer, announced yesterday that all taxes are now figured and payments can be made at any time for 1856 taxes now due and pay. able, at the treasurer's office, twp. was 'named as one ot five new appointees by Governor Herschel Loveless, last week Her term, subject to confirmation by the state senate, begins at once and runs until July 1, 1961 Mrs Birkness is pictured above in a UDM photo-engraving. Mrs Birkness was born and raised in Texas. She graduated from Tyler, Texas, high school in 1931, and from Tyler Junior Col- Jege~in.,1933,•< ;i She^attended the University of T^xas at Austin from 1934 through 1936, majoring in home economics, and working part time at the University to help defray expenses. Her parents farmed in Van Zandt coun-i ty, Texas, about 45 miles from Dallas. Mrs Birkness lacked six hours of her bachelor of science degree when she left the university because her presence was required at home. • Mrs Birkenss is of Scotch-Irish- English descent. Her great- grandfather fought in the War of 1812, and she is a member of the D.A.R. and the Lutheran church. She met her husband when the latter was on a trip to Texas looking at land. They were married in 1944, and have lived in Swea twp, since. Mi- and Mrs Birkness do a great deal of reading, and their farm home has a well stocked library., Mrs Birkness — whose given name is Pat — is a Democrat'and county chairwoman for Kos uth county. Motorist Gyps Gasoline Station Highway Patrolman Dale Me Bride and Deputy Sheriff Don Wood, at times traveling a speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour, made a hasty but unsuc cessful search Monday night for a motorist who obtained eigh gallons of gasoline without pay* ing for it. The incident occurred at 6:05 p.m. at McDonnell's station north of Whittemore. A car, which was headed east, wheeled south toward the station, almost rollec over, then turned around anc pulled up to the gas pumps from the south. Jack McDonnell, who was attendant at the time, delivered eight gallons of gas. The driver of the vehicle, an older model black Plymouth or DeSoto, then asked for two quarts of oil. When young McDonnell went nside to get. it, the car took off, and nobody knew which direction. It was thought the auto had Minnesota or South Dakota license plates. McBride and Wood were call d to the scene 25 minutes later and began their search which carried them over 160 miles of Kossuth highways and side* roads. Police radio wegt into action as soon as the two peace officers had details of the case, but the motorist could not be located, If found, he will face a charge of obtaining property under false _A r _ . _ • _i » . _ i mi * ... Kenneth O. Buseb, 38, North Kossuth farmer, was killed, instantly when the tractor he 1 was driving rolled into a ditch 6ft the blacktop road' between Ledyatfd and highway 0 at 10:"45 J a.m. Wednesday. t -,, His death was the second oil county highways this year". Busch was driving a. 1950 ! model tractor which was pulling ' a trailer full of . ground feed at < fteviime of the mishap. He wag * headed north when the i'laracto^i and trailer went into the* ditch " on the right side of the rbad, rolled over once and came to a , stop laying on itS T side, j The left rear wheel of the' vehicle was completely over-* Busch, with the .exception of-' his head. He was lying face down. ' It was apparent, according, ip nvestigating officers, that Busch md made an attempt to get the - ractor back on the road before It rolled, as indicated by tracks made in the ditch. : • According to Coroner Dr. John Schutter, who was called to the scene along with Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and Patrolman. Darrel Drake, death was due to suffocaf tion. There were, no apparent serious injuries inflicted whe* the wheel came down on Busch, The ^trailer; hitch "connectmi the traUer and the" tractor wa», broken when the tractor rolled^ , pretenses, according Ralph Lindhorst. to Sheriff R.O.T.C, Promotion Cadet John W. Role, son Elmer Dole of ft-vinlgtan, promoted on, Jau, g3 to thj it of four miles. north where he ned to feed his hogs. It is probable, according to .Mrs Busch, that he was in a hurry as he wanted to get the feeding done and then report at the Evangel-* ical and Reformed church to help with some work going on there. Kenneth Otto Busch, son of Mr and Mrs Alvin Busch of Ledyard, was born there Nov. 13, 1920. He attended school theVe, then worked for several farmers in the area before farming for himself in 1942. He was married Nov. 29, 1942 to Edith Reaney of Waterloo. Mrs Busch and three children, Tommy, 12, Caroline, 11, and Robert, 8, survive. Other survivors include his parents, four brothers, Melvin,' Myron and Leo, Ledyard; and eroy, Blue Earth; and two sis« ;ers, Wilma (Mrs George Mc- Sinnon), and Phyllis (Mrs John Richardson), Ledyard. Kenneth was president of the Ledyard P.T.A., a member of the consistory of the Evangelical an4 Reformed church, and a member of the Commercial Club at the time of his death- Funeral services for Kenneth will be held at l;30 at the Garry Funeral Home at Bancrqft and at 2 p.m. in the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church at Ledyard Sunday^ Rev. Victor Vriesen will officiate and burial will be in Highland, Jiome cemetery. Friends may, call at the Garry Funeral Hpjne alter\3 p.ra,. .Friday until the time of the funeral, , ' Infant's Rites Held Sunday Funeral rites for the stillborn baby of Mr and Mrs Garel "Dutch" Leek of Wesley held at 2 p.m, Sunday in Me CuUough's Funeral Chapel, Rev, Roland Andrews, First Baptist minister, officiated, and grave« side rites and burial .followed m Eastlawn Memorial Gardens in Algona. The baby was born Friday afternoon at St. Ann hospital, The Leeks, who also test a baby m 1950, have three daughterf Call Hearing On Hy, 18 Relocation A pubUp bearing on relocation and reconstruction, of highway 8 from Garne? west to Britt haa bfwj. s^ Jw Thursday Feb. at the Hanjpapk county The public meeting is to gi eryone « chwM»*ta be " * Half of ed new eecpn o ghway b« Fed-wai ftinjfc and to

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