Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1966 · Page 2
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2—ALGONA (low.) ADVANCE THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1966 I Algona teacher marries *'.,•'. • ' . - ; , 6LENDA CARRELS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lennis Garrels of Sac City, was married to Ervin Van Haaften, son of -Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Van Haaften, Leigh ton, in the Immanuel [Presbyterian church at Carnarvon, Iowa, last Friday, July 22. Mr. Van Haaften is an art instructor in the Algona high school [and the couple will be at home here this fall.' She will also ; teach. Photo by Buntrock-Salie Studio of Storm Lake. eral requirements so that these funds can be matched by the national government. [Civil defense council is named Monday - A temporary county/munici- cal civil defense agency was appointed at the meeting of the county Municipalities League on Monday evening. Algona Mayor William Finn was appointed chairman of the council, and James Mallory of LuVerne was named vice-chairman. The council is composed of a representative of the county board of supervisors, the county sheriff, and representa- Bancroft, medical, lives of subscribing cities and towns. (Continued from Page 1) do, Algona, medical. July Ti — Julie (Dodds. Lone Rock, T&A. July 2 — Sharon 'Grimm, of West Bend, medical; Howard Kohlhaas, Irvington, smoke inhalation; Kathryn Doughan, Algona, medical. July 24 — John Carels, Ban- s ho . rtt y croft, medical; Darlene Farrell, Algona, medical. July 25 — Nettie Fischer, of Burt, medical; Alvin Schneider, Two escape serious injury in cycle mishaps Two accidents, each involving motorcycles, were reported to the Algona police department Sunday and Monday. The first mishap occured at 4 a.m. Sunday on the Glenn'Gab- rielson farm at Sexton. Timothy L. Claude, 19, Algona, was riding a 1965 Honda owned by Patrick Kriebsbach, Swea 'City, when it went out of control -on the farm lane and struck a pole. The vehicle received $250 in damage, but no charges were filed. Monday morning at 7156 a car driven by Vernice M. Samp, 39, Algona, and a motorcycle operated by David A. Berendes, 19, Algona, collided at the intersection of Call and Jones ^streets 'in Algona. Berendes was attempting to avoid hitting another auto when the 1966 Honda collided with the left front wheel of the Samp 1959 Ford Station wagon. There was some $30 damage to the car's tire, while the Honda, owned by James Wolf, sustained $200 damage. Berendes was taken by ambulance to St. Ann hospital, but was later released with cuts and bruises. He was charged with failure to have control. farewell for lev. Gerike held recently The Trinity Lutheran congregation arranged for a farewell evening for their pastor and his family, Pastor and Mrs. G. J. C. Gerike and Carol Mae, who will Engaged 'MR. AND MRS. Joseph Mergen, 'Algona, announce the engagement •and approaching marriage of their daughter, Donna Jo, 'to AlVin L. Atcheson, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Atcheson, *of Des Moines. The wedding .will be Sept. 3, at St. Cecelia Catholic church, Algona. Ledyard navy man is honored Ledyard — Mr. and Mrs Albert Goetz were notified recently their son Derald U. S. N. was rated "The Man of the Month" in the Navy. He was awarded a letter from the captain of the U. S. S. Walke and a bonus. He was also presented with an engraved gift. A news item in the Long Beach. Times reads, The U:S.S. Walke which is called the Long Beach destroyer, left the first part of June and was forced to return to the naval station from sea operation because of fire in the engine room. She returned under her own power from the area. After a thorough damage check and repair the Walke left July 8 only to return "™" Other members of the council, are: Jack Riohter, mayor, of Wesley; George K. Nelson, mayor pro tern,.'Swea 'City; George W. Kockler, mayor pro tern, of Bancroft; Marvin K. Austin, mayor, Lakota; Lawrence Stevens, councilman, Ledyard; Ralph •W- Lindhorst,. sheriff, Algona; Arnold Haltton, Fenton; and A. M. Kpllasch, county board of supervisors, Swea City. A basic plan was adopted for the protection of, life and pro^ perty in Kossuth county in case of a natural or war disaster. The council will carry out operations within the county if such a disaster should occur, and a county civil defense director will soon be hired by the council. It was decided (hat a per capita levy of 20 cents would be needed for an operational fund, and with some 25,314 persons included, the amount to be raised in Kossuth county is $5;062.80. A civil rights resolution, was a- NEW VEHICLES dopted in accordance with fed- Volkswagen. Bruce P. McCullough, Tri: umph MC; James L. Walker, Wesley, Honda; M. T. McGuire & Co., Algona, Chev. p/u; John G. Goche, Bancroft, Ford; Ken's Auto Serv., Algona, Plym.; Owen P. or Darlene M. Gurry, Lu- Verne, Ford; Merville A. F. Busch, El more, Plym.; John or Mae Grotte, Algona. Buick; George Wemoen, Buffalo Center, Ford; W. E. Ley Mtr. Co., Lakota, 'Ford; Bonita Louise Reising, Wesley, Fprd; Leona R. Siemers, Algona, Chev.; Lois F. Harmes, Algona, Ford; Roger L. Leinin- ?er, Bancroft, Chev.; Wayne L. Nyman,' Bancroft, Chev.; Donald or Donna darken, Lakota, Ford; Wendell H. Rusch, Lone Rock, Chev,; Bless Roy Rusk, Algona, podge; Walter H. or Margaret E. Heerdt, Algona, Plym.; "lichard J. Dornbier, Algona, Pont.; Wesley or Mary Bartlett, Mgona, Chev,; Gordon or Dorj.- thy Schmidt, Algona, Fora; James R. Jackson, Lone Rock, Moines. Pastor Gerike -has been called to assume the Institutional Chaplaincy and Campus Ministry in Des Moines. During a program at the farer well, MC'd by Pastor Cleo Kautsch, vacancy pastor, various representatives of the organizations and congregation spoke. Pastor Gerike responded for the Gerike's. Mrs. John Hopkins and Mrs. James Hinton the Ladies Aid and spoke for the latter Algona novice swimming meet held Saturday The Algona Novice Swim meet was held Saturday July 23 at the local pool with about 30 youngsters between the ages of 7 and 11 years'entering the contest. Events included: freestyle, backstroke, breastroke, dogpad- dle, inner-tube race, and diving. The 'first place winners are as follows. Boys 8 yrs. 25 M. Freestyle, J. Martin, :23.9;'Girls 11 yrs. 25 M. breaststroke, B. Merryman, :24.7; Boys 9 yrs. 25 M. backstroke, P. Cooper, :28:0; Boys 10 yrs. 25 M dog .paddle, H. Besten- lehner, :32!6; Boys 11 yrs. 25 M freestyle, J. Higgs, : 19.0; Girls 7 & 8 yrs. dogpaddle, J. Mc- luire, :43:6; Girls 11 & under 25 M innertube, -D. Black; Girls 10 yrs. 25 M freestyle, K. Lucey, :31.0; Boys 8 yrs. 25M backstroke, J. Peterson, :26.1; Boys 9 yrs. 25 M freestyle, P. Martin, :17.8; Girls 11 yrs. 25M backstroke, J. Limbaugh, :23.9; Old men's 25 M freestyle, Beanie Cooper, :19.0; 11 & under can opener 3 M, Beanie Chrischilles; Open can opener 3 M, Todd Henderson; Girls 11 yrs. 25 M sidestroke, B. Merryman, :30.0; Girls 7 & under 25 M freestyle, C. Puffer, :31.6; Girls 25 M. dog- paddle, P. Cooper, :27.1; Boys 10 yrs. 25 M. freestyle, B. Meyer, :20.0; Boys 8 yrs. dogpaddle, J. Peterson; Boys open, 25 M in- nertube, H. Bestenlehner, :26.1; Girls 9 & 10 freestyle, M. Cubit, :27.0; Boys 10 yrs. sidestroke, B. Meyer, :30.4; Girls 11 yrs. 25 M freestyle, K. Puffer, :20.0; Girls 10 yrs. 25 M breastroke, K. Lucey, :27.6; Boys 11 yrs. 25 M dogpaddle, P. Ostwinkel, :28.5; Girls 11 & under diving B. Crowds at LuVerne opening •RON GATES 'of the LuVerne 'Crop 'Service, and 'Fred Will, Corwith, study a display at the opening of the LuVerne Crop Service Thursday, July 21. A large crowd Attended the opening and prizes were won by: Lettoy Hanselman, charcoal .grill; William Goetsch, two lawn chairs; and Helen Kaiser, gas lantern. Over a thousand :pounds 'df watermelon were consumed by the guests and a number of fifms and individuals sent : flowers,forithe event after reaching the breakwaters Merryman, 37.4 pts; Boys 8 & because of propeller repair. I under diving, T. Cooper, 29.4; Boys 9-11 diving, H. Bestenleh- ner, 40.2 pts.; and Lifeguard 25 M innertube, J. Schutter. The Algona swim team will travel to the conference swimming meet with an unbeaten record Thursday August 4. All seven conference teams will attend the meet at Estherville, with 'Estherville, Spencer and Algona 'being the favored teams. ' Standing in the North Iowa Conference are as follows. W Algona 3 Storm Lake __^_ 1 Spencer _ 2 Estherville 1 Emmetsburg 1 Humboldt 0 Sheldon 0 L 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 with Emmetsburg are Algona 185 and Emmetsburg 172. Word was received recently that Algona swimmer Susan Walker was one of the six top swimmers in 'her event in the state. She has the sixth fastest time in the girls 11-12 100 M breaststroke and will represent Iowa in the regional meet against other midwestern states if she moves up to fourth place. TOP 'HOG RATING i Lickteig Bros. Purebred Hamp V. F. W. MET The V. F. W. and Auxiliary met with Cmdr. Dewain DeRoos, commander and Lorraine Schoby, pres. The dinner committee was the Jim Utts, the William Prothmans, Joe Wlltger, Chuck Benson, Don Wood, Anna Helen- pa. Dewain DeRoos and Max King. Silver march netted $3.64 and Anna Larson won the door prize. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Simpson, daughter Debbie and niece Breeders of this area 'had the Diane, Spokane, Wash., the Gary highest indexing pen of Boars, Wickers, Des Moines, the M. L. of all times, at the "Iowa Swine • Hotzs, Hiawatha, and the R. D. Testing Station" at Ames, Iowa.' Simpson, family, Algona, 'have The boars had a ave. Index of been recent visitors of Mrs. Elva 211 and the barrow cut 44.4% Simpson who is recuperating at Results from last week's meet Ham & Loin. Boars sell Aug. 6; home from eye surgery. presented a gift to Mrs. Gerike of dishes. Miss Linda Ruhnke spoke for the Walther League and presented a sterling silver key chain to the Pastor. Mr. Edgar Ruhnke spoke for the fellowship club. Mr. W. C. Dau, Carroll Willrett and Mitch Taylor spoke for the Congregation as such, and the latter presented a cash gift to the Gerike's. Mr. William Kraft spoke for the Sunday School Dept. and Pastors Vehling and Leonard for the Algona Circuit. Pastor Gerike will preach his farewell sermon Sunday ait'8 and 10:30 a.m. During August 7 through Sept. 15, Trinity's services will be held as follows: 8:15 A.M. Sunday School and Bible Class. 9:30 A.M. Morning worship. CARSON'S GO COLOR CRAZY AMD CUT COSTS! BETTER BUY NOW! VINYL CUSNIONFLOR 0 ft , Q ° ¥D| Reg. $2.59 Sq. Yd. 12 Ft. 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Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts '1.67 Large selection, both cotton and knits, all from regular stock. •i 20-inch Westinghouse Fans '16.67 2-speed, side controls, oiled for life of motor, detachable safety grills. Country Patch Pattern Chair Cushions 84 15x17" Foam-filled, Assorted Colors. Fine Washable Pinwale Corduroy 77' Reg. $1.39 per yard in full bolts. Kitchen Terry Towels c ea. Stripes, plaids, fringed ends. For Baclc-To-School Girl's Parkas '5.99 Sizes 3 to 6x, Special purchase, Quilt line pile, satin and cotton Shells. Special Buy! DayfliM Shifts Actual $4 and $5 values Women's sizes in petites, small, medium and large. Cool, bright cotton. '2,99 All Prices—tremendous quality. BEST JUNK AVAILABLE! With Parkas CUUrM's JMktts '3.88 Water repellent, wrinkle resistant, spot resistant, sizes 3 to 6x, red and blue. Flour Sacks 24' 100 lb. weights, perfects — bleached! CHILDREN'S JACKETS Orig. to $2.99 '1.77 Only 15 left — ideal for cool fall weather. 80-Square OoHoii Percale '1.29 Brand new merchandise this summer — 4-YARD PIECE

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