Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1971 · Page 1
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» ,»..,—JJUJKM » Library VOL. 71 - NO. 25 - MONDAY, JUNE 21, 1971 - AlGONA, IOWA - ONE SECTION - 14 Pages *:W:%%W^^^ By State Supreme Court Thursday cal Society O f T.W. Mince iSSS-iS:-:!^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^"^^ ^^ ^^1^^ BEl ••! Racing Days A "Success" THIS 1931 BUICK was one of several dozen oldtime cars on display on State street in Algona Friday during "Racing Days," a Chamber of Commerce event,which attracted good crowds during the day. Several hundred watched the quarter midget races in the afternoon and a full house was on hand for the regular Friday night stock car races at the fairgrounds. Three blocks of State street were closed off to traffic for the display of midgets, stock cars and oldtime cars during the day. This 1931 Buick convertible was owned by Mrs. Richard Stockseth of Humboldt. Note the "Hoover for President" sign on front license. The car, painted a bright green, looked to be in near- perfect condition. (Algona Publishing Co. Photo) ADVANCE ALMANAC ST. ANN BIRTHS JUNE 11 - Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Baer, Algona, boy. JUNE 16- Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Breese, Swea city, girl. WEDDING LICENSES Michael Welp, Algona, and Janice Thul, Bode; Andrew 0. Anderson, Eagle Grove, and Lillie M. Baker, Flint, Mich. Ronald Geerdes, Swea City and Linda Kracht, Lone Rock; Howard D. Omdahl, Decorah and Sharon Sundet, Algona. ALGONA WEATHER H L Rain JUNE 11 87 64 JUNE 12 90 65 Trace JUNE 13 86 63 JUNE 14 86 59 JUNE 15 86 59 JUNE 16 90 62 JUNE 17 88 67 JUNE 18 — 61 .76 BUILDING PERMITS Mrs. Glenn Harms, sidewalk; Mrs. J. H. Nielsen, sidewalk; Richard Norton, sidewalk; Chas. H. Joens, sidewalk; Joyce and Florence Hayden, remodel porch; Kermit Forbes, repair porch; Ben Wibben, reshingle roof; Virgil Shackelford, re side house; Harold Pohlman, construct patio and driveway; Lloyd Steinman, reshingle; Vern Sorensen, sidewalk; Thomas Cogdall, cement patio; Louis C. Reding, reshingle house; Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., construct garage. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Jack casterline, Marshalltown, false check at Droessler's Grocery, Bancroft, $5 and restitution; Allen Raymond Goche, Bancroft, allowing unauthorized person to drive, $10; Anthony Elvin Boeckholt, Titonka, no operator's license, $10 - speeding, $10; Donald Arthur Westling, Hurt, speeding, $15; Robert D. Kemp, plover, false check at Fareway Store, $5 and restitution; Donald Lee Nolan, Ft. Dodge, speeding, $15. f ST. ANN HOSPITAL JUNE 11 - Leota Hanselman, Algona, medical; Mary Hammer, Algona, medical; Martha Freue- densprung, Algona, medical; Bernie Kofron, Forest City, accident. .JUNE 12 - Christina Thilges, Algona, medical; Anna Kollasch, Whittemore, medical. JUNE 13 - Mark Nitchals, Algona, surgery; Randal Snodgress, Algona, surgery. JUNE 14-Daniel Elbert, Whittemore, medical; Anna Willrett, Algona, medical. JUNE 15 - Jens Sorensen, Algona, medical; Sheila Brown, Algona, medical. mu, Al- JUNE 17 - Albert Baas, Algona, medical; William Meyer, Jr., Whittemore, medical. NEW VEHICLES Jack T. or Gloria A. Reindl, Lakota, Kenwood MH; Elmer Dole, Irvington, Ford truck; Phillip J. ,|Jaren, Titonka, '70 Tradewind ffrav. Trl.; James P. or Patricia Elbert, Winnebago Trav. Trl.; Richard C. Simpson, Irvington, Honda; Vernell Ludwig, Algona, Kawasaki MC; Mary F. Bonnstetter, Whittemore,- Suzuki MC; Gary B. Weber, Whittemore, Suzuki MC; Donalan J. Shillington, Bancroft, Honda MC; Mary T. Bonnstetter, Whittemore, Suzuki MC; Gary B. Weber, Whittemore, Suzuki MC; Duane D. Riley, Algona, Honda MC; Roger K. Mastin, Elmore, Chevrolet pickup; Tri-County Drying Association, Whittemore, Chevrolet truck; Laurel J. Fantz, Bode, Ford pickup; Edward J. DBA Marlow, Lakota Spraying Service, Bancroft, Ford pickup; Lyle G. or Inez K. Krumwiede, Bancroft, Chevrolet truck. Robert G. Thul, LuVerne, Ford pickup; Taylor Mtr. Co., Algona, Ford; Herman Dreesman, Algona, Oldsm«bile; Merle E. or Delia F. Modey, Algona, Oldsmobile; Schultz Bros., Algona, Buick; Jane M. or Michael A. Froehlich, Wesley, Plymouth. John Reding, Lifelong Area Resident, Dies John B. Reding, 73-year-old retired St. Joe farmer, died suddenly last Thursday. He was stricken at Clear Lake and was taken to Mercy Hospital at Mason City. Mr. Reding farmed on the same farm near St. Joe for 40 years, retiring in 1960. He had lately been making his home with a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don nig of Algona. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with burial in the church cemetery. Rev. David J. Hogan will officiate at the final rites and the Hamilton-Wilson Funeral Home will be in charge. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. He was born in Sherman township in Kossuth county Sept. 23, 1897, son of Mike and Susan Reding. He was married to Elizabeth Wagner at St. Joe April 20, 1920 and she preceded him in death Dec. 18, 1965. Five sons and two daughters survive: Marvin, Livermore; Delmar, Algona; Maurice, Irvington; Donald, St. Joe; and Edward, Humboldt; Joice, Mrs. Don nig, Algona; and Kay Reding, Chinig, Algona; and Kay Reding, Chicago. There are also 36 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. • . ,-... A daughter, Marjorie, preceded him in death in 1962. A brother, Frank Reding, of St. joe survives as well as two sisters, Clara, Mrs. John Weydert, Algona, and Elnora Devine, Crystal Lake. Gets Marriage Dissolved Thursday A Dissolution of Marriage was granted to Walter H. Simons- meier, Swea City, against his wife Alice L. Simonsmeier, in District Court Thursday by Judge G. W. Stillman. The couple was married in Mason City July 6, 1948. He requested and was given custody of three minor children and no alimony or compensation of any kind was given to the defendant. Drive Begins For Proposed $150,000 Rules Man Can • *r f~ ^ • «^ **f w w w - I If aingHome;Drawings Released MVyorMAry TITONKA - After years of idle talk and wishful thinking about having a rest home in Titonka, and nine months of concentrated effort by many interested persons to determine the possibility of such a facility/the time has come for the people of the Titonka community to show Just how much they wdnt a re p < home. The results of a survey taken last fall, and the fact that there are about 15 area residents in nursing homes in surrounding towns, are evidence that the need does exist. But whether the project will become a reality in the near future will depend on the genuine concern and generosity of everyone. The first idea for making some positive plans for a rest home originated at a Council on Ministries meeting of the Titonka United Methodist Church last September. A meeting was called for representatives from every community organization to meet Nov. 11 to determine what interest there might be and if there was a need for such a facility. At that time a steering committee, composed of Rev. Paul A New Queen Is Crowned A queen's tiara patted from Mitt Janice Struthert of Titonka to Mitt Louite Studer, 20, of Wetley during a Kossuth County /i°!t^ P0r ° ducer/l banquet here Thursday. Miss Mary Reding (left), 20, of Irvington succeeded her sister Jean as runnerup. The banquet and crowning were preceded by competition between nine girls. Each girl was judged on an oral essay and an interview by a panel of three judges. After 40 minutes of delibergtion, the judges singled out two winners, weighing heavily on knowledge of pork production. Miss Studer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Studer. She is a 1969 graduate of Corwith-Wesley High and now attends Iowa State. Miss Reding is a 1969 graduate of Garrigan High and now attends thtt Univenity of Northern .Iowa. She h the daughter of Mr. •Jiid Mn Mfjijrkts Khtii,,, lt\,,.., ltt I'.jlJi^l.j,,,, r 0 j,l •,!•- Hansen, Rev. Herbert Hanson, Rev. Roger Hanson, Rev. John Janssen, Shirley Amesbury, Lewis Giesking, Naomi Hansen, Ernest Hofmann, and Irene Peterson spent the next six months finding out all they could about rest homes. Much research and study went into these beginning : stages .in an effort to gain all possible insight into the pros and cons of building a rest home in a small town. Finally, at the recommendation of this committee, and under the guidance of consultant, A. L. Schluter and attorney EldonWin- kel, a non-profit corporation was formed in April. THE TITONKA Community Rest Home, Inc. has 50 members with Arthur Peterson as president. Other officers are Harvey Heyer, vice president; Shirley Amesbury, secretary, and Edward Boyken, treasurer and finance drive chairman. Corporation members areGeo. Alke, Verla Brandt, Norman Bruns, Arthur J. Budlong,Emma Callies, Wendell Christensen, Mildred Cosgrove, Dennis Dreesman, Elmer Engelbarts, Ehno Folkerts, Rolland Fox, Herman Franzen, Harold Gartner, Dick Gerdis, Lewis Giesking, Lloyd Gray, Rev. Paul Hansen, Rev. Herbert Hanson, Rev. Roger Hanson, John K. Harms, Ernst Hofmann, John B. Isebrand, Richard Isebrand, Rev. John Janssen, R. L. Krantz, Russel Krominga, Doris Leeck, Dr. John Lesiak, Carl Ludwig, William Mayland, Don Michaelsen, Rollo Moore, Henry Orthel, Irene Peterson, Harry Ricklefs, Arthur Rike, Alfred Redenius, Jennie Rode, Elwood Schuldt, Clarence Schutjer, Mary Shipler, Gary Sleper, Meindert Ullmann, Ted VanHove, Leota Walrod and John Welhousen. At this time, a 20-bed nursing home is planned which would include an attractive entrance and lounge-living room area, pleasant dining room, modern kitchen, supervised well equipped bathroom, and large, comfortable resident rooms. Also, a special beauty-barber room, utility rooms, linen and storage areas will be included in this first phase. Phase two plans call for possible addition of another wing for 20 more residents. THE FIRST phase of construction, including land, building and equipment, is estimated to cost about $150,000. There is no doubt that this sounds like a lot of money; but, when one totals the capital expenditures of thiscom- • munity over recent years, it is in reality a small undertaking. The people of this area have raised well over $1 million for capital improvements in the past 15 to 20 years. This includes 1500,000 by the lour local char- Charges Pending As Car Demolished ,,*. Here Thursday // Of fjj|| Charges are pending against a 17-year-old Algona girl, Jacque Lynn Roethler, after a car which she was driving was demolished when it went off the road one-half mile west and one- half mile south of the Burr Oak Motel about 10:50 p.m. Thursday. Neither the driver nor a passenger, Galen Friedrich, 17, were injured when the 1962 Mercury went off the right shoulder into the ditch as the car was traveling north on the gravel road towards the Call State Park. Patrolman Tom Cogdall investigated the mishap. Driver Hits Parked Car Early Thursday Oliver Jerry Hawkins, Ft. Worth, Tex., was charged by the Algona police with not having control of his motor vehicle after a 1971 Dodge he was driving struck a parked car on South Thorington street, pushing it into a second parked vehicle at 1:20 a.m. Thursday. The Dodge, owned by Percival Motors, had $2,000 damages and the 1960 Chevrolet it struck, owned by John King, had $900 left rear and front end damages. The second vehicle, a 1967 Chevrolet, also owned by King, had $350 damages to the right rear fender and trunk lid. ' Marilyn Harris, 24 of Bloomington, Minn., was a passenger in the Hawkins car and received a bump on the head and cut lip in the collision. An accident shortly after noon Thursday occurred on Call street near the intersection with Moore street, when Mark Seeley was backing his Ford from the curb and was struck by a 1967 CMC driven by Robert Winter of Algona. The truck, traveling west on Call street, had $150damages to the right rear fender and Seele/s car had $50 to the left rear. The Algona police investigated and no charges were filed. Test Siren Tuesday A control system for Algona's new warning system has arrived and will be given a complete test by electrician Jim UttTues- day morning at 10. Residents are asked not to be alarmed by the three different signals that will be tested for approximately half an hour. After the whistle is fully operative, the public will be notified of the meaning oi Dies Thursday Mrs. phoebe Jane Hill, 72 of Algona, died in the Dickinson County Memorial hospital at Spirit Lake Thursday. She had been in failing health for the past six months and hospitalized since April 28. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 1:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian church in Algona. Rev. Walter Morz will officiate and the Geilenfeld- Schaaf-McCullough funeral home will be in charge of arrangements. Burial is in Eastlawn cemetery. She was born phoebe Titus, daughter of William B. and and Cordia Huey Titus at Plant, Ark., on Nov. 6, 1898. She was married to Jess A. Hill at Garner on Feb. 24, 1917 and he preceded her in death Jan. 7, 1971. The couple lived and farmed in the Wesley area until moving to Algona a number of years ago. Survivors include four children: Imogene, Mrs. Milton Hinders, Aurora, Colo.; Donna, Mrs. Clem Erlander, Kent, Wash.; Leslie, Mahtomedi, Minn.; Wallace, Titonka. Cars Collide Cars driven by Barbara J. Detrick, Algona, and Janet Illene Oldham, also of Algona, collided in front of Dr. Rodney's office at 1:43 Friday afternoon. Mrs. Oldham was backing her 1967 Buick from the curb when the collision, occurred. There was $100 damages to the Detrick 1967 Chevrolet and $300 to the rear of the Oldham vehicle. Mrs. Oldham suffered a whiplash in the mishap. The Algona police investigated and no charges were filed. Change Red Cross Meeting Plans The Algona and Titonka Red Cross first aid classes taught by John Dole will combine and meet Tuesday evening, June 22, at 7:30 p. m. in the Veterans Memorial building at Algona. A district court verdict in favor of James Mallory, LuVerne mayor, was overruled by the state Supreme Court in a decision announced Thursday. The Supreme Court ruled Mallory is not immune from a lawsuit for trying to force a man to pay his debts and threatening to keep the man's car until he did. The ruling arose out of a case filed in 1969 by Joseph Osbe- koff against Mallory, individually and as mayor of LuVerne, and against the town of LuVerne. The petition stated that Osbe- koff was involved in a car accident at LuVerne in which he was injured and was taken to the hospital for treatment. Mallory took Osbekoffs car, according to the original suit, impounded it and refused to release it to him. Osbekoff stated in his suit that he was deprived of the use of his auto, a 1969 Pontiac Firebird, and asked $16 a day for its use, $3,000 for the car and $9,000 in exemplary damages. The petition stated that during the period from August 8 to 28, 1969, the car was released to Bjornson Pontiac at Humboldt. A MOTION was filed to dismiss the suit and it was dismissed by Judge G.W. Stillman on Feb. 24,1970. A month later, the case was appealed to the state Supreme Court by Osbekoffs attorneys. The Supreme Court said Thursday Mallory is liable for civil damages if he violated a state law barring "oppression, in public office." Judge Stillman had ruled that Mallory was immune from civil lawsuits because his position as mayor includes responsibility as a magistrate. After Mallory allegedly took possession of the Osbekoff car, the latter, a migrant farm worker, appeared in Mallory*s LuVerne mayor's court and was fined $100 on an intoxication charge and given a 30-day jail term. Osbekoff said Mallory agreed to suspend the jail sentence and part of the fine if Osbekoff would pay three debts owed to a doctor, ambulance and hospital as the result of the accident. Mallory was driver of the ambulance which took Osbekoff to St. Ana Hospital after the accident, OSBEKOFF IN TURN said he couldn't afford to pay the floe and the mayor then allegedly told him he would keep the auto until both the debts and fine were paid. 'According to Osbe- koff, he paid the reduced fine but not the debts, and Mallory still refused to surrender the car. The Supreme court voted 8 to 0 that impounding Osbekoffs car was not part of the mayor's judicial duties. The ruling allows Osbekoff to file a claim now ags'nst Mallory for damages. Appraisers To North Kossuth The J. M. Cleminshaw Co., professional appraisers retained by Kossuth County to conduct a reappraisal of real estate for ad . valorm tax purposes, will begin field work in Lincoln, Ledyard, Springfield, and Hebron townships beginning the week of June 21. Field work is also continuing in the city of Algona. ro TOX IAYS 56 VALUABLE COUPONS INSIDE TODAY'S PAPER — Pages 8 and 9 — SAVE THE FIRST OF THE WEEK IN ALGONA - COUPON GOOD MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY

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