Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1966 · Page 1
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1966
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Btafee lotto. City, Pent on girl is queen MISS ROXANNE VOIOT, former Sentral high school band queen at Fenton, is shown abpye having to the crowd after being named "Miss Naval Facilities Engineering Command of 1966." She is shown leading the parade float sponsored by Naval Reserve Seabee Division 5-17 of Adelphi, Md., during a; celebration in Takoma Park, Md. Miss Voigt now works, at the Naval Facilities Engineering Command and lives at Alexandria, Va. ; ' ' .••••• ..-, '• -•••••••'•. '•-;•• •-••••..''•', *0ttf eowp-tit* *w dltputea thii fid - the AdfiiM* has it* lifgeat PAID circulation In Kotttttti Ctofitjf* * ^ <rf ^ . • "* • 1 t '' _»^A. ^«lift , >. , . ^^, Alaona Kouuth County **^mmi*^Jmiait*m**Hl**mmtlH***»**^^ Inter* a* MMfld el«* ftitW, 0*. 1, !»0i, at Al*»tt, Mw«, MMt §wto«le« undtr Art of corwMi March i. VOL 0-NOi ' -U FA01S IN tWO SICTIONS Plane crash near Bancro -— • . . '-• —rS n:/^*..«L..^;«/-KrfcA PlaneMMJ Area authorities check on murder suspects Pilot unhurt In crash ADVANCE ALMANAC Gene Westling. Algona. girl, 6 b. 13% oz.; Mr. and Jilrs. Get- Id Pingel, Algona, girl, 6Vlb. oz. : •' :• ,' •-,>•,. July 19— Mr. and Mrs James Rosenmeyer, Corwith, boy, 6 Ib. .2 oz.;.. ' • '.•.:•. ; ..", NEW COURT CASES WEDDING PERMITS Gary Grams, Barbara Elbert, both Fort Dodge. ALGONA MAKETS New Corn _$1.25 July Beans —_$3.4C November Beans . $3.09 Oats 65c (Markets furnished weekly by Hobarton Branch of Whittemore Elevator.) ALGONA WEATHER H July 13 — 95 July 14 r __-_^82 July 15 July 16 July : 17 ; July 18 iJuly 19 __ 85 L 71 66 57 59 60 "iyi" 62 49 Rain Trace Trace Trace Margaret Nelson vs: Stanley Nelson, Divorce. , Palo. Alto Imp. Co. vs. August Vaudt. Acct. $285.25. ; Violet Davis, Paul Garman, Theresia Hoberer, Patricia Holer cek, Arlene Garman, Dorothei Garman vs. James G. Riddle Damages $16,000. Marcella M. Garman vs. James G. Riddle. Damages $5,000.... Gerald H. Garman vs: James G. Riddle. Damages $l,778.vtv Bernice Mayer vs. James" G Riddle. Damages $5,000. Alvin Zumach. vs.. Donna Shiltz. Entry and detainer. Alice V. Baker vs. James C Baker. Divorce. ST. ANN HOSPITAL Authorities in at least two area towns picked up persons, on the suspicion they were the suspected slayer of the eight student nurses in r Chicago, 111. I last ;>weekehd. The pickups came after the drawing; of Richard B. SpecJt,- , 45,. was published] thixmghoutr the nation. Police at Humboldt picked up I a hitchhiker over the weekend thinking he was the vsuspeot. He wu detained until Chicago police^ cleared him; It so happened the; man waa ;"• 'a •; : Chicago, 111. painter. Shortly after his release from I Humboldt, he was picked up by I Pooahontas police under the I same assumption; lie was dear ed there aim but decided to spend the night in jail there rather than risk being picked up by other police as he conUn ued his travels. Meanwhile, at Windom, Minn. j a ' FM!OM approval gas by 9942 Fenton — Voters here approved a natural gat -franfhla* for the North Central PuMIc Service Co. by a vote ,•» ''.ft- 32 Tuesday. The franchise is a non-exclusive, l^yMkr ;| one. For the Algona ga» t company, it was the sintj»r franchise it has been granted, mis Mrs, McHurray dies Tuesday at Good Samaritan authorities got a report that! ' " v . f someone resembling the draw-1 funeral services \yill^be teJd ing had been seen in a Windom Friday at 9 a.m. at the Pint restaurant. The police there, Presbyterian church, Algona, with drawn guns, set up a road- for Katherine McMurray, 81, block on Highway 80 near Win- who died early Tuesday at «he . < ^ . . • . rL«w«l GnwimM+nm nnwiMt* niTMVlA A 56-year, old Rockwell, Iowa pilot, spraying beanf ield* in the Bancrott area, miraculously,j«j- caped injury when his airplane crashed north of Bancroft /Tuesday noon. " -s, •' The plan* Was • PA1I and WM owned by Ht« Bau«r Spraying Service. Electric power in the , north, part t of, Bancroft w«» dl.rupted when the plane cantf in contact with the high line wire, north of the Art Doyle farm buildings, jo»t northeast 1 of Ban-. * * * dom. July 20 ______r-7 'BUILDING PERMITS W.\C. Dau: construct garage, $1,000; Russell Buchanan, remodel kitchen, $1,500; Leo Cassel, enclose part of porch, $1, 200; Jess Dugan, reshingle, $200; Bowman Builders, construct addition, $4,000; Charles Sorenson, construct sign; Mrs. Frank Ostrum, construct sidewalk, $250. MAYOR'S COURT Richard Howard Busch, Algona, speeding, $10; Michael Jon Dreyer, failure to yield R.O.W., $5; Wendell Lee Rockwell, Thompson, making beer available to minors, $100, $50 suspended; James Paulson, La- kola, possession of beer as a minor, $50; Darrell E. Parcel, Algona, careless driving, $10; • ton, TiA; David toss, Irvihgton, Maude Kohlhaas, f&A. July 13 Slock ear driver killed at Fairmont •-'•. -••- '. '•• .'I.. •-' ..."'' ..:.-.. A 43-year old Reading, Minn; Good Samaritan nursing home in Algona. Burial will be in Mount Vernon, and the McCullough funeral chapel will be in charge, The; Rev. Walter ^ Mora* will ' Ronald Briggs, Algona, restriction, $15. SELECTIVE SERVICE speed Algona, fracture. July 14 — Francis Harris, Algona, medical. July 15 — Luther Fairbanks, Algona, accident; Daniel Arend. Algona, medical; Adolf Youngwirth, LuVerne, medical. ' July 16 — Peter Arend, Algona, medical; Mary Ann Goetz, Osage, surgery. July 17 — Gail Stockwell, Algona, medical. July 18 — Clifton Benschoter, Algona, medical; Clara Bollig, Bancroft, medical; Audrey Johnson, Irvingtori, medical; Judith Ireland, Perry, medical. NEW VEHICLES Reuben J. Skow, Wesley, Honda; Russell J. Bode, Algona, Su- zukie; Eugene J. Irons, Elmore, Honda; Jerome R. McCarthy, Algona, Honda; Gary Q. Dodds, Algona, Honda; Eugene A. Elsbec- •PaMbaarers are, Fred Gedgel, Ed Wolcott, and Speedways, died from injuries sustained it Fairmont Sunday night before 4,200 spectators. He was Ivan Tokle, a bachelor who farmed near Reading, six miles north of Worthington. He suffered the loss of his light arm, had fractures of both shoulders, a broken left arm and chest injuries in the crash. . Tokle died about six hours after the crash.' It was the first time he had raced at Fairmont this season. ' Tokle is a former resident of Miliord, Iowa. Ex-Ledyard pastor has B9.k year Ledyard — The Rev. Edward Muss, former pastor of the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church here, will ob- Enlistments: Dennis Funnemark, Wesley, Air Force; Thomas Fox, Algona, Air Force; Terry Kollasch, Buffalo Center, Air Force; Dennis Hudspeth, Algona, Air Force; Franklin Heinen, Algona, Navy; George Vitzthum, Irvington, Navy; Terraneie Wagner, Algona, Navy; Gerald Luedtke, Lone Rock, Navy; Duane Briggs, Swea City, Army. Inductions: David Culbertson, Algona, Army; Jerald Bode, Algona, Army; Keith Holm, Swea City, Army, FARM AUCTIONS Aug. 6 — Ronald H. Collins Estate & Bourne-sole, starting at 9 a.m. on farm two miles west of junction of highways 18 and 169 north of Algona, then six miles north on blacktop, then one mile west and %-mile south. Sale includes 1965 Far mall 806, 3 more tractors, full line of machinery, 53 Holstem cows and heifers, 2 riding horses, 700 chickens, car, truck, feed, building, bulk tank, etc. A BIG SALE. Iowa State Bank, Algona, cierk; Quinn and Clark, auctioneers, full stale details in Advance soon. ST. ANN BIRTHS July '3 — Mr - an( * M rs. Harold Elbert, Rodman, boy, 8 Ib. 2 oz. July 15 -T- Dr. and Mrs. Don jangfield, Algona, boy, 7 Ib, 4 oz. j M ly 17 _ MI. and Mrs. Gor don HUbert, Gprwith, fc>y, 8 Ib, 10"4 OZ. July 18 — Mr. and Mrs; Val , ker, CMC p/u; Vernon E. Hutchison, Swea City, Ford p/u; Robert Dean Anderson, Swea City, Ford p/u; Clarence or Moe Menz, Fenton, Ford p/u; Interstate Power Co., Swea City, Dodge pickup. serve the 50th anniversary of his ordination on July 31 at the Evangelical and Reformed church at Waukesa, Wisconsin with an open house both in the morning and afternoon. His ad dress is 21875 West Greenfield Avenue, New Berlin, Wis. vin Wortman. Katherine Hunter was : born September 19, 1884 at Cedar Rapids, the daughter of Thomas Hunter and Amanda Zerbe. She married Fred Park July 27, 1907 nd they managed and lived at he county home for 23 years After his death in 1941, she managed the county home unti 948 when she married Harry McMurray. She was a member of the Eastern Star and the *resbyterian church. A sister, Mrs. Emma Forney 3edar Rapids, survives, and E brothers and sisters are deceased. There are no children Hoghouse damaged by fire, Bancroft Bancroft — The hog house on the Walter Renger farm northwest of Bancroft sustained damage Saturday when corn husks THE AIRPLANE that crashed northwest of Bancroft Tuesday noon u shown above. The plane, a PA18 Piper, was owned by the Bauer Spraying Service and piloted by Ernest Meyer 56 of Rockwell. He was unhurt in the crash. Full story elsewhere on today s front page. Vandals damage Grotto Authorities are seeking per-' sons..-' responsible for vandalism hat caused unestimated damage to the nationally famous Grotto! of ti^ i Redemption at West Bend over' • the weekend, 'Palo Alto County Sheriff Richard Miller, said Tuesday. A rock-cutting machine used to carve intricate •', designs was; overturned. Plaster iwju8,!il»?oken' ; m , a rest room '^?brlcks were knocked v out of wall partitions. , chairs;; -dnd benphes; were thrown 'into a r scenic pool. The same persons are believed responsible for damage at the West Bend Elevator Co. buildr ing; A rock was thrown' through a large windowr ^ hog feeders " Ernest 1 Meyer, the pilot, was not seriously injured. > He has flown for the Bauer firm for the past nine years and' has 'had a total of 19 years experience in the spraying business. [• HE IS NOT married and makes his home with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bauer^.Sr,.'.of Bancroft during the spraying season. >, Meyer crash -landed th*' plan* in th* Doyle been field with s t r u c t u r'a I damage throughout th* aircraft amounting to 'about $5,000. It was* termed a total less, ^ He had entered the bean field uprooted and!; rocks thrown through a window ot a car. ' which were being burned by men on the farm blew onto the hoghouse roof. The Bancroft fire department was called and quickly extinquished the blaze Damage was not great. TV explodes 9 hours after it's turned off! A freak explosion of the TV set at the William Tobin home north of SWM City early last Monday morning has the north Kossuth family mystified. Mrs. Tobin and grand- sen Michael had watched TV until about 10 p.m. Sunday night and then, because of storm warnings, unplugged the unit. Mrs. Tobin heard an explosion about 7 a.m. Monday but thought nothing mere of it until her grandson returned to the house about 10 a.m: after a driving lesson. It was then they noticed the badly damaged TV set. Glass we* strewn about the room and even the metal collar was bent out of shape. Algona class of 1951 holds reunion 4-H judging contest at Swea City July 27 at the Swea City Fail- here will be a county-wide judg- ng contest open to teams or individuals from all the 4-H clubs and FFA chapters in Kossuth, recording to Dennis Cumber- and, county extension assistant. A 25 cent registration fee will >e charged and will be divided >etween the top individuals. Registration will be open at 8:30 and the contest will begin at 10 a.m. Classes oi' all species of livestock will be judged. This contest will be a key factor in selection of a team for 4-H judging contest at the State Fair. Charged Tuesday in cycle mishap Charges of failure to have con trol were filed Tuesday agains Marvin Dean Grisham, Algona who on July 13 jumped off a Honda owned by John Hardgro ve, Algona, when he thought h was going to hit a truck. Th motorcycle sustained $500 damage when it was crushed by the rear wheels of the Des Moines Coca Cola truck on McGregor street in Algona. from the * northeast *' wKenHthe plane hot a "down draft". The [tower line wrapped around the landing gear, of the 'plane at the beginning , of r ; swath, The Algona high school class of 1951 held a reunion Saturday, July 16, at the Johnson House in Algona, with 34 of the originates graduates in attendance. After a social hour and dinner, master of ceremonies Fre4 kangmack opened the evening program. Don Strayer read the class prophesy, and everyone introduced themselves, giving an account of the years since the last reunion. Letters were read from those members whp weye unable tq attend, for: changed the most, man, Bill Ankenbauer; woman, Donna Prices were awarded in the latter part of the evening Namnau $l§uer; largest family* Anita Pegan; grayest hair, George Peirce; came the farthest, Pale Kostler; and newest baby, Pr. Robert Christenfen. Seated from left to right are, JacqueUne Miller Snyder, LaHabra, Calif.; Ponna Nawman JOauer, lit. Pleasant, Mich,; Delores Jensen LemfceCi Algona; Beverly Robinson DeCanna, Sioj«ix City; Anita Sjmoas Degau, Whittenjore; Vera Pattern Jeu- nings, Shenandoah; Dorothy Dillon Studer, Algona; Ruth Fuerstenau Davidson, St. Louis, Mo.; Marion Pecoy Ermels, Webster City; Pat Olson McGinnis, Algona; Helen Gade Hays, Newton; Sharon Godfredson Richards, Lone Rock. Second row, left to right, Stanley Sorensen, Algona; Jim Lindhorst, Algona; George Peirce, Waterloo; Dale Koestler, Des Moines; Algene R. Hendrickson, Chicago, 111.; Alice Mathes Seeley, Algona; Robert Fred Dodds, Algona; Donald Dremmel, of Black Duck, Minn.; Alton Rochleau, Jr., Algona; Gloria Steele Erpelding, Lexington, Neb.; Joanne Meyer Hackbarth, Whittemore; Joann Hagen Carlson, Burt; Richard Sarchet, Algona. Back row, left to right: Jim Dale Kennedy, Anaheim, Calif.; Dr. Robert Christensen, Carroll; Fred Langmack, Cedar Rapids; Donald D. Hiserpdt, Phoenix, Ariz.; Donald Strayer, Burt; Evert Broesder, Algoaa; Harl^n Haas, Algona; Jerry Nichols, St. Paul Park, Miijn.; Williarii Ankerbauer, Duncombe. Algona Promenaders to dance Saturday , The Algona Promenaders will be dancing Saturday July 23 to Whitey Aamot of Waseca, Minnesota, beginning at 8:30 p.m. The dances have been moved to ;he Algona municipal airport. In case of rain, the dance will be held at the V. F. W. hall in Algona. All square dancers and spectators are welcome. Scholarships for three at Ledyard Lftdyard — Three students from Ledyard at Ames are recipients of scholarships. They are Jon PeBoer, son of Supt and Mrs. Gilbert PeBoer; Roger Green, son of Mrs. Pallas Green and Dianne K. Waterhouse daughter of the Aubrey Water .houses. Mathias Kellner /* passes Monday at Humboldt Services were held Wednesdaj at 9:30 a.m. at St. Joseph' Catholic church, St. Joe, fo JMathias Kellner, 89, retired St Joe area farmer, who died Mon day, July 18 at the Humbold Nursing Home. • Father Leo Schumacher officiated, and burial Was in the St. Joseph cemetery. The Hamilton funeral home was in charge. Pallbearers included, Jerome Kellner, Thomas Kellner, Cyril Thilges, Sylvester Berte, and Joseph Berte. Mathias J. Kellner was bora November 22, 1876 in Germany, the son of Mathias Kellner ami Katherine Kirsch. He came to the St. Joe area when he was four years old and marries Katherine Hilbert in St. Joseph's church September 27, 1906. His wife died in 1955, and a son and two sisters are also deceased. Living children are, Arnolc Uvermore; Cyril, Bode; Isabelle Mrs. Joe Berte, Bode; and Lor etta, Mrs. Lawrence Thilges Bode. A brother, John Kellner, lives at St. Benedict, and he is also survived by 26 grandchildren, causing the crash. The Doyl* «pr«y j«t> was to b« the last befere Mayer Wt in the afternoon for western Iowa, where the Bauers had contracted for 700 acres of spraying. -, The flagman on duty at the time was Pat Wilhelmi, son of Mi-, and Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi of Bancroft He has been employed by 1 the Bauer firm for the past four .years. THE BAUERS also own a Piper PA'BA spray plane which was stored in the Bancroft airport nearby, The Bancroft fire department was called but the plane did not burn. Dr. T. J. Egan was also ailed to the scene, Bancroft girls injured when car hits bridge Two Bancroft girls received minor injuries Monday morning tfhen their car struck a bridge and was totally demolished one mile north of Lone Rock. The 1957 Ford overturned after strik- ng the south end of the east bridge. Driving was Linda Breese, 17 of Bancroft, and her sister Cheryl Breese, 10, was a passenger. The girls were taken by ambulance to the Holy Family hospital at Mason City, treated there and released. Linda had head lacerations and Cheryl a back injury. The right front tire was blown out and this may be the cause. Pair in}irtd as car |ott tato ditch nur Loth Crnk Two Lone Rock-Fenton young people were injured early Saturday morning when their car ran off the ri|jj£and-wa? totally demolished one-quarter mile south of Lotta Creek on the blacktop road. ;• V|t\;~ Driver^ Perry Raid, 17 of Lone Rock, and passenger Kent Vaudt, 15 of Fenton, were taken to the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Both sustained bruises and head cuts but were not seriously injured, The accident occurred about 1 a.m. The 1961 Chevrolet, owned by Donald Radig, ran off the road, hit a field drive and thea struck the gravel intersection road and ended in the ditch. Patrolman Charles Bird investigated but no charges were filed. Bancroft to veto on gas Aiif , 9 Bancroft — For the third time in the past *tvtr«i Y»*r«, residtntf of this immunity will vote en natyral ptf, An election will be held on Aug. 9 whether t« f rant the Peeplei N»tur«| Qti €% * non-tKflufive M-yfar fr»jv chise for n»tyr«l 94* in Twist toftrt* tbj brought by tfc| Ntft| C»ntr»i Public Strvict .ftjM wif wnMiMl IMf WMBP 1 *, the inttt rtftnt by jviat If volet,

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