ADVANCE ALMANAC ST. ANN BIRTHS MAY 23 - Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Cantu, Algona, girl. MAY 24-Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Olson, Bode, boy. MAY 27- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pohlman, Algona, boy. ALGONA WEATHER MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY MAY 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 H 71 70 68 52 47 55 66 L 47 54 53 51 41 35 39 Rain Trace .62 Trace WEDDING LICENSES Michael Turner and Carol Er- I*2lding, both of Denver, Colo.; Gregory M. Snere and Kristy L, Kent, both of Algona; Steve Waller and Nancy Ressler, both of Algona; Eugene Lickteig, Algona, and janette Miller, Burt; Raymond Vaske, Bancroft, andKath- ryn Binzen, Fenton; Kenneth Meyer and Delores Hammer, both of Algona; John Fitch and Therese Ann Mullin, both of Minneapolis. BUILDING PERMITS Pat Doerning, sidewalk; Frank Caughey, fence; Frank Caughey, addition; M. R. Baldwin, construct dwelling at 510 No. Dodge St., est. cost $21,000; Lewis Marshall, sidewalk; Wayne Feed. Supply Co., 71 ft. radio tower; Harry Treganza, sidewalk; Charles Hanson, reshingle; Maxine Busch, fence; Otis Opsal, tool shed; Bob Winter Construction Co., house at .714 No. Woodworth, est. cost $19,000; Chalmer Read, patio and fence; D and M, Inc., sidewalk; Robert Koppen, reshingle; Dave Smith, replace window, patio. ST. ANN HOSPITAL MAY 20 - Sister Sheila Dougherty, Algona, accident; Catherine Sheppard, Algona, medical; Alvin Andreason, Algona, medical. MAY 21 - Grace Brechtbill, Algona, medical; Michael Sifert, Algona, accident; Elizabeth Platt, Algona, medical; Charles Fletch-. all, Sexton, medical. MAY 22-Joan Mertz, Algona, medical; Ornie Behrends, Lone Rock, medical; Mrs. Roy Hutchison, Algona, surgery. MAY 23 - Jeff Markla, Algona, surgery; Faye McKenzie, Algona, medical. MAY 24 - Edith Lowman, Algona, medical; Paula Reffer, Algona, medical. MAY 25-Delmar Plathe, Bode, medical. MAY 26 - Barbara Bernhard, Fenton, medical. MAYOR'S COURT John J. Mergen, Whittemore, speeding, $15; Dennis M. Muller, Emmetsburg, speeding, $15; Dale E. Mittlieder, Algona, speeding, $10; Brian Lee Zwiefel, Burt, speeding, $15; Lance F. Mueller, Algona, excessive noise, $5; Dale E. Eischen, Algona, speeding, $13; Valora M. Feaster, Algona, speeding, $13; Richard E. Reed, Whittemore, excessive noise, $5; Thomas Muller, Algona, speeding, $15; Don W. Burris, LuVerne, OMVUI, post bond $350; Minor - possession of beer as a minor, $50; Darrell A. Miller, Algona, loaded and assembled gun in a motor vehicle, $25; Marjorie E. Hemmingsen, Wesley, failure to stop, $10. Mrs. Lagerstrom's Mother Dies Funeral services for Mrs. Anna C. Juckniess, 83 year old mother of Mrs. Torsten (Edith) Lagerstrom, were held at 1:30 p.m. Friday in the Swanson Golden Mortuary at Omaha. Burial was in Forest Lawn Cemetery there. Mrs. Lagerstrom is the only child. Her mother was a 55 year member of the Order of Eastern Star. The Lagerstroms are well known in the Algona-Burt area where they farmed for several years. Open House Reception For Keith Bierles Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bierle will be honored at an Open House wedding reception on June 1 at the Lakota Presbyterian Church. The courtesy is set for eight I'/'docfc that <.:V<:(ii/i£. cmut .. V .° 1 .'. 7 ! ~ N °' 22 ~ MONDAY ' MAY 31 ' 1971 - ALGONA, IOWA - ONE SECTION - 12 Pages With From Some Help Friends With a little help from friends like these, and with a little help from the weatherman, Ron Sabin will have corn and soybean crops again this year. It wasn't so certain three weeks ago when the Algona farmer entered St. Ann Hospital and received a diagnosis of bleeding ulcers. The recovery prescription given him upon dismissal last week included advice to stop working format least one month. Daryl Rogert of Bode and Algonans Ken Roethler, Clarence Canada/, Harold Sabin and Gene Rochleau saw to it that all of Ron's corn crop was planted. And last Thursday, these gentlemen saw to It that his three fields of soybeans Were planted: (front, from left) John Simon, Dennis Olson, Howard Long, Kevin Sabin (Ron's 12-year-old son), Roger Rochleau, Raymond Metzen, (back, from left) Harold Sabin, George Olsen of Irvington, Vic Rochleau, Marvin Kollasch, Robert Casey and Terry Sabin (Ron's 17-year-old son). The wives and Alice Erlckson prepared meals. (Algona Publishing Co. photo) :i^;^ To Expand Hood Store Here By 50 Percent; Adding A Bakery Near Burt Construction of an addition that will expand by 50 percent the floor space of Hood's Super Valu store in Algona was begun this week. Total floor space when the new addition is complete, which will be by early fall, will give the store a total of about 12,000 square feet, or about 4,000 more than at present. Expansion of every department and modernization of the present facilities and equipment is also included in the plan. - TO INCLUDE BAKERY Wm. J. Hood, who opened his first store in Algona in 1938, said that the new addition will also house a bakery. The addition will extend west from the present store, and will be also adding from 20 to 25 more parking spaces between the addition and the sidewalk on Minnesota Street. There will be an entry into the expanded store from both east and west parking lots. After completion, the new addition will about double the present grocery shelving and with all new shelving, and there will be considerable expansion in the frozen foods department, and in non-food items as well. The meat department will remain in its present location in the store, but with improvements. - PLAN INTERIOR CHANGES The present west wall of the building will be almost entirely removed, so that the store will be open via throughout. Complete redecorating is planned, there will be a new floor throughout old and new sections, and a slanting-type canopy will extend from the roof front along State Street. A complete sprinkling system is to be installed for the entire store. Cowan Corporation is the general contractor. Hood's Super Valu has been in its present location since 1955. John Hood joined his father in operation of the business in 1962. - TO EXPAND EMPLOYMENT- The store is entirely locally- owned, with a Super Valu buying franchise, super Valu is the largest independent retail supplier in the world in food merchandising; supplying some 1800 to 2000 stores in the middle west. Hood's has been averaging 18 employees and with completion of the new addition and modernization will add probably six more, Bill Hood said. Mrs. (Arlene) Hood has ably assisted her husband through the BURT - (Special) - Several railroad boxcars filled with grain derailed and overturned one mile south of here last Monday night. There were no personal injuries reported. v Chicago and North Western ^Railroad'personnel removed the grain to trucks and repaired the tracks. Doug Mosher, section foreman from Algona, said the derailment was probably caused by a bad tie. The southbound train included about 50 to 60 cars. The derailed cars were at the rear of the train, according to Vic Johnson, Burt depot agent. years in the store management £8W®^^ City & County Start Down Aisle In legal' Marriage Figuratively speaking, the Algona City Council and the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors have started down the aisle toward a pending marriage of law enforcement facilities . . . and just in time. A joint application for a matching funds grant from the Iowa Crime Commission was to be submitted before June 1,1971. So last Monday, the Board of Supervisors passed the following resolution: "RESOLVED, that the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors go on record as favoring further development of a plan for a joint Kossuth County-City of Algona facility for a communications and law enforcement center in accordance with preliminary proposals made by the architect employed by the City of Algona. "Be it further resolved, that the chairman of the Kossuth County Board of Supervisors be authorized and directed to join with the Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa, in submitting an application to the Iowa Crime Commission for a matching funds grant for said facility for a communications and law enforcement center, and that said joint application be submitted prior to June 1, 1971." - COST ESTIMATE It's too early to affix a cost to the "said facility," since the two government groups will have to agree on one of the architect's blueprints (he has three now). At present, it is planned that the county will pay for the new or additional law enforcement installations and the city will pay for the remodeling of the City Hall which will also house the communications and detention center. The architect has estimated the remodeling cost at about $50,000. Back From Peace Corps Mr. and Mrs. KodI Bakken spent two years in the Peace Corps helping people. Upon their return to Iowa from Africa, they decided to continue helping people through social work here at home. However, in two months of job hunting in Iowa cities hey were unable to find work. Their story-from Africa to M^°DoV°C "/"'TV b ^ A '9° n ° New S pa P er $ corresponded Ul R SC CQn ? Ad , ay - T h« Photograph, featured were taken by the Bokkens, (Algeria Publishing Co. photo) Draft Board Changes Its Office Hours Col. Henry J, Fleischacker, acting state director, announced a change in office hours for the Kossuth County Selective Service local board, Algona. The new office hours for the local board are as follows: 8a.m. to 12 noon; 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of each week. Col. Fleischacker also stated that because of the limited office hours, registrars would be appointed in the county. These registrars are authorized to register any young man. coujtty rtg.iytrai'.v are ities, and they will register individuals at their respective places of employment during normal work hours; Phillip A. Iverson, Sentral .Community Schools, Fenton, la. 50539. Dean A. James, LuVerne Community Schools, LuVerne, la, 50560. Lee w. Davidson, Swea City State Bank, Swea City, la. 50590. J. Harold Heltn'e, Swea City Community Schools, Swea City, &. 50590. John H. Nordstrom, Ledyard Community Schools, Ledyard, la. 50556. Duane L, Wrightson, Lakota Public Schools, Lakota, la. 50451. Raymond F.Gaul.TitonkaCon- gS Scho °k, Titonka, ia. n. Foeltkv mri Hih vance Annual Observance Begins At 6;30 A.M. To Dedicate 21 New Flags At Memorial Day Ceremony Memorial Day observances in Algona will start with members of the Veterans organizations meeting at the VFW Hall at 6:30 a.m. on Monday. The early morning services will be at 7 a.m. at the bridge north of Algona with the group then going to Calvary Cemetery at 7:07 and to Riverview at 7:14; East Lawn Cemetery at 7:21; Irvington, 7 : 40 and the final memorial will be at 8 p.m. at the St. Benedict cemetery. The parade units will gather at the old athletic field in Algona at 9 a.m. and at 9:30 sharp will march up State Street to the Kossuth County Court House, with the program to start at 10 o'clock. Stanley Klein, commander of the VFW, will give the Call to Order, followed by the Invocation given by Monsignor L. J. Hoffman. Mayor William Finn will give the Welcome before the Dedication of the Avenue of Flags is made by Msgr. Hoffman. 21 new flags will be dedicated and the roll call will be made by Nels Anderson, honoring Harold James Cowan, Arnold Alderson, August Fehr, John Richard Burtis, Delbert Fosnaugh, Howard A. French, Howard Hodges, Robert Dale Farnham, Herman L. Meyer, Waldamar Riedel, Dick F. Weber, Albert B. Mertz, Maurice F. Miller, Floyd Bilsborough, John L. Ditsworth, John H. Vaske, Robert L. Fairbanks, Dennis Pat Hegarty, Ewald Voigt, Henry Schaffer and Kenneth A. Thomasen. This will make a total of 93 flags dedicated in the past year since the Avenue of Flags program was started. reading of General Logan's Order of the Day and memorial wreaths will be placed by Harvey Johnson for the GAR; Mrs. Ray Bilsborough, DAR; BillBestenlehner. Spanish American; Mrs. Hugo Johnson, Spanish American Auxiliary; Hugo Johnson, World War I; Edward Skilling, World War H; Mrs. William Prothman,VFW Auxiliary; Mrs. Corrinne Laing, American Legion Auxiliary; Verle Elmore, Korean conflict; Bob Bestenlehner, Vietnam and Mrs. Melvin Kern, Vietnam. Stanley Klein will introduce H.F.Fristedt, 70, Local Attorney, Dies Wednesday Harold "Doc" Fristedt, 70- year old Algona attorney for the past 26 years, died at St. Ann hospital Wednesday evening after a lengthy illness. He had been hospitalized for some time and had just been brought back from Iowa city several weeks before. Memorial services were held at St. Thomas Episcopal church Saturday morning with Rev. Thomas Gwinn officiating. The Hamilton-Wilson funeral home was-in charge of arrangements. Mr. Fristedt had willed his body to the University of Iowa hospital and the family requested memorials be directed to the Cancer Fund. Harold F. Fristedt, who was known as "Doc" to almost everyone who knew him in Algona, was born at Burlington, Iowa, on Oct. 20, 1900, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Fristedt. He studied at Iowa state University for two years before transferring to the University of Iowa in 1922. He received his B. A. degree at Iowa in 1926 and later his Juris Doctor degree there. He had been appointed chairman of the committee to arrange a 45th law class reunion to be the speaker, Col. William N. Batt, Jr., Retd., Algona, who will give the Memorial Address. Battery B of the National .Guard will give the Salute to the Dead with Bruce Johnson and Don Sindelar playing Taps. Most stores that normally close on holidays will close all day Monday for the Memorial Day Holiday. There will be school in all elementary schools, the Middle School and High School in the Algona Community School system. St. Cecelia andGarrigan High School will have their last full school day today (Thursday). HAROID "DOC" FRISTEDT held at Iowa City June 18 of this year and had made extensive plans for the event. It is unique that four members of this law class - Judge G. W, Stillman, H. W. Miller and Gaylord Shumway, besides Mr. Fristedt - located in Algona. HE ENTERED the practise of law in the legal department of the National Surety Co. in Chicago, 111., where he practised for many years before coming to Algona in 1945 to join Mr. Shumway in the practise here. He was associated with Miller, Shumway, Fristedt and Mac Donald at the time of his death. He was united in marriage on Jan. 19, 1929 to Alice Lucile Brink at Clarence, Iowa. One daughter, Virginia, Mrs. James McLeran of Chapel Hill, N. C. survives. There are two sisters, Mrs. carl Pilger of Burlington and Mrs. Mark Barton of Des Moines as well as one grandson. He was a member of the Lions Club, Masonic Lodge, Des Moines Consistory and the Za-Ga-zig Shrine of Des Moines. Just One More Week Of School! Have you ever tried to photograph five or 10 school children on gym bars during recess ? Any other time of year, especially in colder weather, you might get the job done. But five or 10 quickly becomes 20 or 30 when its about 70 degree* and the kids are only one week away from summer vacation. These spunky clowns in grades 1 to 6 at Bertha Godfrey School ore responding Jo the following question from (he phorographer; "Art any cf you locking JGlv/cjrd lo summer /<; t ui j<„ f , "
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