Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 7, 1971 · Page 2
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2-Kossuth County Advance Thursday, January 7, 1971 Irene Strickler Of Algona Is Bride Of La Verne Ricke Ex-Corwith Merchant Dies In Chicago CORWITH - Funeral services for James A. Zweifel, 81, were held Monday at Grace Baptist church here Dec. 27. Burial was in the LuVerne Cemetery. Mr. Zwiefel died last week Dec. 23 at the O'Hara International Airport in Chicago, HI. following an apparent heart attack. He was on his way to visit a son, Cecil in Wilmore, Kentucky for the holidays. Surviving in addition to Cecil, are a daughter, Mrs. Robert Wessell, White Cloud, Mich.; four grandchildren; a brother, John, Rochester, Minn.; three sisters, Mrs. Esther French, Concord, Calif.; Mrs. Lois Thomas, Mattoon, 111., and Mrs. Hattie Lichty, St. Petersburg, Fla. Born at LuVerne, Mr. Zweifel married Leona Mason there in 1915. They operated a clothing and notions store in Corwith for many years, retiring about seven years ago. Mrs. Zweifel died in 1969. illimillllllMl OTTOSEN Irene Dee Strickler, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strickler, Algona, and LaVerne Ricke, son of Mrs. Betty Ricke and the late Lou Ricke, Wesley, were married Friday, Dec. 11, in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church. Msgr.. L.J. Hoffman officiated at the nuptial high mass and double ring ceremony at 7 p.m. Mary Elbert was in charge of the guest book and guests were ushered to their seats by John Erickson, Wesley, and Henry Ricke, Algona, cousin of the groom. Jim Esser, soloist, was accompanied at the organ by Paula Eisenbarth. The bride, escorted to the altar by her brother, David Strickler, was attended by her sister, Mrs. Avis Stattelman, West Bend, as matron of honor. Maid of honor was Teresa House, Burlington,. and Mrs. Edward Muller, Lu| Verne, was bridesmaid. The •bride's personal attendant was Mrs.'David Strickler, Algona. Dick Erickson, Wesley, served the groom as best man and the groomsmen were Mike Ricke, Wesley, and Charles Ricke, Des Moines, cousin and brother of the groom. The reception was held in St. Cecelia's hall with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schultz, Whittemore, hosts. Mrs. Charles Ricke, Des Moines, served punch. The wedding cake was cut and served by Mrs. Robert Koll and Mrs. Odeal Eller. Mrs. Mildred Johnson poured coffee. Waitresses for the bridal table were Nancy and Rose Ricke, sisters of the groom. The gifts, which were carried by the Misses Lisa Stattelman of West Bend and Kay Kollasch,/'- gona, were opened and displayed by Mrs. Arlan Schmitt and Mrs. Henry Ricke. Out of town guests were from Burlington, West Bend, Mason City, LuVerne, Manley, Wesley, Bancroft, Des Moines and Morgan, Minn. Following a short wedding trip, t "the bride and groom are at home in Algona. Mrs. Ricke is a 1967 graduate of the Algona Community High School and her husband attended the Corwith-Wesley High School. Both are employed at the Weidenhoff Corp. (Photo by Thompson's Studio) ilHHHHIIHHHMIII| I AROUND ALGONA \ illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllN Illlllllllilllllililillllllllillllilllllllllllll Kossuth Students Graduate From Mankato State ' MR. AND MRS. H. F. Fristedt have returned from Chapel Hill, N.C., having spent about three weeks there with their daughter and family, Dr. and Mrs. James H. McLeran and grandson, Steven. MR. AND MRS. Scott Miller and Benjamin of Minneapolis spent the Christmas holiday here with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer and the Irving Millers. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Miller of Cedar Falls were also guests of the Irving Millers and of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mr s. Ferd Mueller. MR. AND MRS. Al Richardson and children of Riverside, Calif, surprised his parents the Everett Richardsons, when they came for Christmas. Mrs. Richardson is the former Betty Ann Parkins, daughter of the late Paul Parkins, a former Algona resident. Her mother is presently living in Texas. MR. AND MRS. Dick McGinnis entertained at dinner on Christmas Day, his sister Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Baas and family of Wallingford; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves, parents of Mrs. McGinnis and David Isebrands of Titonka. GUESTS OVER the Holidays at the Everett Anderson's were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olsen, Todd and Mark, of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Devlin, Des Moines and Mrs. W. J. Becker of Bancroft. All were guests of the Phil Andersons of Des Moines on Sunday. MR. AND MRS. Jerry Hardgrove and Chuck of Toledo and their daughter Julie, Mr. and Mrs. Don Downing of Tama, spent Christmas here with relatives, the Charles. Hardgroves, Mrs. Max Miller and the Irving Millers. MRS. C. H. Simpson is being visited by her sister-in-law, Alma Simpson of Nevada, la. Three Kossuth county students were graduated from Man- kaot State College Dec. 18. Merilyn M. Boekelman, Algona, was graduated Cum Laude with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education. From Lakota, Charlene Hertzke received a bachelor of science degree in English and Steven Peterson, Swea City, a bachelor of science degree in math. SEND US YOUR NEWS ITEM,' BOX 535, ALGONA, PH. 295-3535 mas. The Larson family met for a pot-luck dinner Christmas Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.. James Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Meyer and family, Algona, Stanley Fowler, Aurora, 111., Edna Fowler, Humboldt, and Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler were all Christmas morning guests of the Kermit Fowlers for a gift exchange. The Kinseth family enjoyed a pot-luck dinner Christmas Day at the Legion building. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kinseth and family, Springfield, 111., Mrs. Elaine Kinseth, Tom and Susan, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barber, Pierson, Mr. and Mrs. AlCrumly, Omaha, Nebr., Dennis Barber, Carlyle, Mr. and Mrs. James Barber, and Rhonda, West Bend, Oliver Kinseth, Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug and Calvin, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth and family and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oppedahl. By Mrs. Donald Usher bHUiiiiiilillllllllHIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIIUIIIIIUIHIIIIIi Mr. and Mrs. Conley Daniel and family, Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Daniel and family, Minneapolis, were weekend guests of Mrs. LoranDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Daniel and family, Boxholm, and Margaret Holt were also Saturday Christma's dinner guests of Mrs. Loran Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer and family were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and Christmas supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bartman, Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann were Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Campbell, Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehr- spann and Roger visited Thursday until Saturday night at the Delbert Wehrspann home at Montevideo, Minn. ''' 'Christmas night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin were Mr. and Mrs. Martin ! Malmin and family, Maple Plain, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Malmin and Lisa, Rutland, and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Betz and sons. Mrs. Marvin Anderson and family, Milwaukee, Wise., and Mrs. Anna Mae Oline and daughters, Des Moines, were holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bauer. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellingson were Christmas Day guests at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ellingson, Walker, la. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ellingson and sons, West Concord, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ellingson and daughters, Shakopee, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Engebretson and family, Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Shaffer, Colesburg, were visitors at the Verne Waechter home from Christmas Eve until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson were hosts to a pot-luck Christmas dinner Saturday at St.Olaf s Lutheran Church at Bode. Thirty-five attended. Mrs. Ralph Richards visited her husband at the hospital at Rochester, minn. over Christ- COME IN TODAY* YOU NEED SOME BLOCK-ing ON YOUR INCOME TAX You have to know the rules of the game to win. BLOCK men are Pros. And when BLOCK prepares your return, you can be sure of maximum savings. Accuracy is guaranteed. Cost is low. BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE LIFE GUARANTEE We guarantee accurate preparation of every tax return. If we make any errors that colt you any penalty or intereit, we will pay the penalty or interest. America's Largest Tax Service with Over 5000 Offices STATE & THORINGTON N.E. Corner Second Floor Mon. thru Sat., 9-6 Phone 295-5531 SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones I NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY CHRISTMAS DINNER GUESTS At the Junior Ellis home for Christmas dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Linde; Mr. and Mrs. Arne Linde, Okoboji; Ronnie Linde, Columbus, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Larsen; Mr. and Mrs. Garry Larson and family, Norwalk; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson; Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Peterson, LeMars; Mr. and Mrs. Glendon Olson, East Chain; Wallace Linde and Lori, Harrisburg, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Linde and family, Norfolk, Nebr.; and Mr. and Mrs. Reid Young, Fairmont, Minn. Afternoon coffee guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson and family, Dallas, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Riedesel and family, Rockford, m.; Mr. and Mrs. John Beck, Eau Claire, Wise.; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ditsworth; and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson. - o Saturday evening supper guests at the Albert Anderson home were Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Anderson, Sioux Falls, S.D.; Mrs. Elmer Jorgensen; Mrs. Russell Byers; Art E. Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Anderson, Charleston, S.C.; and Jennifer Anderson, Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson and family spent phristmas Eve at.,the Xivin Busch home. Other " guests. included Mr. and Mrs. •' Melvin Busch and, family, Mr. > and Mrs. Myron Busch , and family, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Busch and family and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Runksmeier and Chad. Christmas Day guests at the L.C. Richardson home were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Richardson and family, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Richardson and Lynett and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Frazier and family, Arnold, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Althoff and family, Hager City, Wise., came Saturday to spend a few days. Saturday evening guests at the Art W. Larsens were the Don Martins, John Martin, Iowa City, the Sam Larsens, Ann Larsen, Minneapolis, and the Ray Larsen family, Bettendorf. The Ole Johansons, Jerry Weg- ners and family and the Phil Goraczkowskis and family, Fairmont, were Christmas Day guests at the Everett Johanson home. The Jerry Wegner family and the Everett Johanson family were Christmas Eve guests at the home of Mrs. Anna Peterson and John. FIVE GENERATIONS Five members of the Crawford family, all Madison county residents, had a get together recently with five generations represented. Mrs. Ada Crawford of Truro is great-great-grandmother of little Beckly Rene Crawford; great-grandfather is Clee Crawford of Winter set; grandfather is Gene Crawford of Winterset and father is Ron Crawford. Council Minutes ORDINANCE NO, 482 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CITY CODE OF THE CITY OF ALGONA TITLE IV BY ADDING CHAPTER 19, RELATING TO SNOWMOBILES. BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA: Section 1. That TITLE IV of the Municipal Code of Algona, Iowa, be and it is hereby amended by adding the following Chapter 19 as follows; Chapter 19, Snowmobile Regulations and Operations. Section 1. The purpose of this Ordinance is to regulate the operation of snowmobiles within the city limits of Algona. Section 2. For use within this Ordinance the term, "Snowmobile", shall carry the same definitions as set forth in House File 77, Act 63rd General Assembly of the State of Iowa, 1970. Section 3. Any person, firm or corporation operating a snowmobile within the City of Algona, Iowa, shall operate the same in strict adherence to the snowmobile law of the State of Iowa as the same may be amended from time to time and any violation of that law shall also constitute a violation of this Ordinance. Section 4. No person shall operate a snowmobile on private property within the city of Algona without the permission or consent of the owner of the property. Section 5. No person shall operate a snowmobile within the City of Algona from 12:00 P.M. to 7:OOA.M. of each day. Section 6. Any other provision of this Ordinance notwithstanding snowmobiles shall not operate upon City streets during the period from April 1st to September 30th of each year. Section 7. It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a snowmobile under the following circumstances: (a). At a rate of speed greater than reasonable or proper under all existing circumstances. (b). On public school grounds, park property, playgrounds, recreational areas without express permission to do so by the proper public authority. (c). In a manner so as to create loud, unnecessary or unusual noise so as to disturb or interfere with the peace and quiet of other persons. (d). In. a careless, reckless or negligent manner so as to endanger the person or property of another or to cause injury or damage thereto. (e). Without having such snowmobile registered as provided for by the Code of Iowa. Section 8. Snowmobiles may be operated on the public streets as provided in this Ordinance: (a). By a person 16 years of age or older and holding a valid Iowa driver's license. (b). In a single file manner in the proper lane of traffic but as close to the curb as possible under existing circumstances. Section 9. Snowmobiles may not be operated upon the following public streets within the city limits: .-'.'-. (a). On Phillips Street from , 'the city limits on the south to • State Street. (b). On State Street from Phillips Street to Ridgley. (c). On Jones Street from McGregor Street to the north corporate limits. (d). On Diagonal Street from . Phillips to Roan. , . . (e). On Commercial Street from Roan to Main Street. (f). On Main Street from McGregor to Highway 18. (g). On McGregor Street from Main Street to Lowe Street. (h). On Call Street from Jones to Ridgley. (i). On Nebraska Street from Jones to Ridgley. Section 10. A snowmobile ' may make a direct crossing of any public street named in Section 9 hereof provided: (a). The crossing is made at an angle of approximately 90 degrees to the direction of the street and at a place where no obstruction prevents a quick and safe crossing. (b). The snowmobile is brought to a complete stop before crossing the street. (c). The driver yields the right of way to all on-coming traffic which constitutes an immediate hazard. Section 11. All snowmobiles while operating upon public streets in the City of Algona, Iowa, shall upon approaching any , intersection yield to all other ^ traffic which Is within the inter'•*• section or approaching so closely as to constitute a hazard. Section 12. Snowmobiles shall ' not be operated upon the public sidewalks within the City Limits, nor shall they be operated upon that portion of the public streets located between the curb line and '. the sidewalk line and commonly referred to as "parking", except for purposes of crossing the same to a public street upon , which operation is authorized by this Ordinance. Section 13. All snowmobiles operated within the City Limits shall nave the following equipment: (a). Mufflers which are properly attached and which reduce the noise of operation of the vehicle to the minimum noise necessary for operating the vehicle and no person shall use a muffler cutout, by-pass or similar device on said vehicle, (b). Adequate brakes in good working condition and at least one headlight and one tall light, (c). A safety or so-called "dead man" throttle Inoperating condition; a safety or "dead man" throttle is defined as a device which when pressure is removed from the accelerator or throttle causes the motor to be disengaged from driving track. Section 14, No item shall be towtd by a snowmobile unless coupled to said snowmobile by a rigid tow bar. Section 15. Each person operating a snowmobile shall strictly observe all traffic signs and signals and all other traffic rules and regulations applicable thereto, and shall obey the orders and directions of any police officer cf the City authorized to direct or regulate traffic. Section 16. A snowmobile being operated in violation of Section 8 (a) of this ordinance may be impounded by the Chief of Police for a period "ter* be' determined by said Chief but not to exceed seven (7) days. Section 17. Any person, firm or corporation violating or failing to comply with any provision of this Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of not more than One Hundred Dollars ($100.000) and not less than Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00), or by imprisonment for not more than thirty (30) days or by both such fine and imprisonment. Section 2. This Ordinance shall be in effect after its final passage, approval and publication as provided by law. Passed by the Council on the 30th day of December, 1970, and approved this 30th day of December, 1970. /S/ Wm. J. Finn Mayor Attest: David A. Smith City Clerk AUTHENTICATION The foregoing Ordinance No. 482 which was passed and adopted by the City Council and approved by the Mayor on the 30th day of December, 1970, Is hereby duly authenticated. /S/-Wm. J. Finn, Mayor Attest: /S/ David A. Smith City Clerk (Published in the Kossuth County Advance Jan. 7, 1971) CAR ETC. LICENSE ARE DUE December 1 to January 31 Delinquent February 1st. •RENEWAL* STATE OF IOWA 1970 REGISTRATION RECEIPT 55- COUNTY OF KOSSUTH n*TF iffsoFp. TITLE NO TVBF nr VEHICLJf OWNER /•> **'. ADDRESS 1 i i • MAKE 1 ! j ' COLOR / ' STYLE \ 1 MODEL FUEfc YEAR V. 1. N. 1071 FEE /jTfivJHLdU . Vo x ^ e ^**' fc ^ OWNER'S COPY — ^ Counly THaturer PLATE NO. Tl. REG. WT. LIST PRICE PREV. REQ. DATE S. R. FEE PEN. TOTAL PLU» 23$ Rill«ct fn Mail For Your License To mail for your license, and twenty five cents to the amount shown on the lower left hand corner of your motor vehicle registration. Note 1970 license on your check. You may store Motor Vehicles during December & January only. When applying for storage of a Motor Vehicle, bring license plates only. a weekly message relating the world of today to the lessons of Faith and Church .. . CHURCHES... — a weekly message relating the world of today to the lessons of Faith and Church ... 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