Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1966 · Page 1
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ADVANCE ALMANAC tf WMVv NEW COURT CASES Margaret Lynch vs. Patrick Lynch, lease termination; Lou Ricke vs. Elizabeth Ricke, divorce. ST, ANN BIRTHS Sept. 1 — Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sapoff, Bancroft, boy, 7 Ib. 2 oz. Sept. 1 — Mr. and Mrs. Delane Grimm, Algona, girl, 8 Ib. 14% oz. ALGONA MARKETS New Corn $1.30 New Beans $3.00 Oats 68c (Markets furnished weekly by Hobarton Branch of Whittemore Elevator.) WEDDING PERMITS Ho^uth County Stato HistorioaJL Society VOL 64-NO. 70 THURSDAY, SEPT. 1,196A - ALOONA, IOWA II PAGES IN 3 SfCTIONS Entered ri iecond closi matter, 0«t. I, 1908, at A(«6na ( lowo, postoftiee under AC* flf Congreti March I. 1«7« Only one minor accident mars Kossulh holiday Unlike the rest of Iowa and the nation, Kossuth roads and highways were a safe place to be over the long Labor day weekend with just one accident marring an otherwise sheriff's office reported the holiday was one of the quietest on record. Patrolman Charles Bird investigated the only county crash about 12:40 a.m. Sunday when Tom Arndorfer, 18 of Corwith, fell asleep at the wheel of his car and went into the ditch and overturned one mile south of Wesley. Arndorfer was unhurt but the car, owned by his father, Ar- perfect holiday. Police and the nold Arndorfer, had about time. $350 damage to the top and right side. Fidorlick resigns at Livermore Livtrmere — Vern Federlick, who has been manager of the Livermore Farmers Co-op, elevator for the past 15 years, has resigned. Future plans have not been completed as yet at this Stephen Aagard, EstherviUe, Mary Will, Corwith; Michael Gilbert, Phyllis Scott, both Algona; Daniel N. Zaugg, Algona, rtose- mary E. Ulses, mirt; Eric Bartleson, Mankato, Catherine Bleicn, Rochester, Minn. BUILDING PERMITS William Foth, repair . foundation, $160; Oliver tiakken, re- root garage, $24; Sieg Company, hang sign; John Putnam, add to garage, $i2a; Elgin Allen, construct concrete steps; Keith Rowley, construct dwelling, $15,000; \villiam McKim, demolisn house; Ada A. Reid, repair garage. ALGONA WEATHER Five men seek lone seat on Algona School Board Aug. 31 __. Sept. 1 ___ Sept. 2 79 Sept. 3 81 Sept. 4 72 Sept. 5 72 Sept. 6 72 Sept. 7 — .71 High Low Rain 90 59 86 50 62 61 55 51 45 46 MAYOR'S COURT Thomas J. Elbert, Algona, no operator's license, $5; Daniel T. Gilmorc, Whittemore, speeding, $14, and possession of beer us a minor, $50; John F. Smith, Lehigh, OMVI, alter preliminary hearing $500 bond; James A. Wells, Livermore, intoxication, 10 days and injury to a motor vehicle, 10 days; David A. Camp, Algona, failure to yield the right of way, $10; Jelirey P. Snere, Algona, speeding, $15. ST. ANN HOSPITAL Aug. 30 — Jean Elbert, Burt, surgery. Aug. 31 Susan Griffin, Algona, medical; Arthur Ingalls, Bancroft, boarder baby; Alan Foertsch, Burt, boarder baby; Leon Laird, Algona, medical. Sept. 1 — James Schumacher, Algona, medical. Sept. 2 — L. C. McVay, Algona, accident. Sept. 3 — Donald Carlson, Algona, medical. Sept. 5 — Mark McDonald, of Omaha, medical, expired; Helen Lickteig, Algona, medical; Karl Ewoldt, Algona, surgery; Richard Black, Algona, fracture; Leatha Redemske, Algona, medical Sept. 6 — Vivian Burchfield Jewell, medical. NEW VEHICLES James Birl Modrell, Algona Friendship; Tuloma Gas Prod., Irvington, GMC; Ellra Ellis Pettis, Burt, GMC; North la. Sewing Mach., Algona, Ford; Russell D. Richardson, Swea City, Chev. p/u; Silas W. or Deda F. Metzger, West Bend, Ford; Walter A. Meyer, Whittemore, Merc.; Roland L. or Anna C. Bernau, West Bend, Plym.; Robert Charles McMahon, Algona, Chev.; James J. or Leona M. Stahl, LuVerne, Ford; John Joseph Vint, Algona, Plym.; John Eugene Marte, Whittemore, Plym.; Edgar Melvin Matheson, Buffalo Center, Merc.; Constance Louise Inglett, Ledyard, Plym.; Charles F. Bloom, Algona, Plym.; Leo & Darlene Immerfall, Algona ! , Ramb.; Gladys H. Loucks, Ledyard, Ford; Robert J. Cink, Algona, Ford Robert D. Marlow, Lone Rock Chev.; Irvan or Arline Roelfse- ma, Elmore, Ford; Clarence J Metzger, Algona, Chev.; Clyde M. Reinsbach, Bancroft, Chev. Thomas F, McGuire, Bancroft Ford; James or Esther Mastin Elmore, Buick. Omaha man dies hire Monday A retired Omaha man, Mar Joseph McDonald, 73, died earl; Monday at St. Ann hospital of a apparent heart attack which h suffered at his room at the Co] onial Motel. He was rushed t the hospital by ambulance an died minutes later. Mr. McDonald, a close family friend of the Earl Lierleys, Algona, had come to Algona for the wedding of Kathleen Lierley. Services were to be held in Omaha. JOHN CLAUDE John Claude, 42, has been the local Northwestern Bell telephone company manager since he came to Algona in 1954 from Sioux City, where he had been employed by Northwestern Bel since 1946. He is a graduate of the Cen tral high school of Sioux City and worked in a bank before entering the air force in 1943 He served in the engineering operations forces during World War II in England and France. He and his wife, Darlene, have four children, and Mrs, Claude is employed at the North Central J ublic Service Co. in Algona. Phey are members of the First .lUtheran church. Claude has been in Rotary for 12 years, serving as the club's Plathe, Reising and Stott are winners in Supervisor races Close contests feature bids by candidates KEVIN NASH Dr. Kevin Nash, 34, has had a dental practice in Algona since 1961. He is a 1950 graduate of Corpus Christi high school, Fort Dodge, and served in the U. S. army from 1952 to 1954. He attended Loras college, Dubuque, for two years, received a B. S. degree from Creighton university, Omaha, in 1957, and his D. D. S. from Creigiuon in 1961. president in 1961; a director of ;he United Fund for six years, and president of the United Fund in 1964; the president of the Industrial Development Corporation in 1959; and has been previously active in the Boy Scouts. Concerning the school board position Claude states: "1 feel it is a civic duty, and I am very much interested in the school system in Algona." Dr. Nash and his wife, Charlotte, have six children. They attend St. Cecelia's Catholic church. He is'the present president of the Algona Lions club; a member of the Knights of Columbus; a member of the American Legion and the Algona Chamber of Commerce; and a past-president of the Tri-County Dental Society. In reference to the position on the school board Nash states: I feel that I have much to offer the educational system and the jrogress of the community." A spirited five-man race for one seat on the Algona Commu !iity School Board has developed Voters will elect the director to replace John Hayes next Mon day. AT ITS REGULAR meeting on Tuesday night the Board of Edu nation of the Algona Communitj School District authorized a stu- ly of the possible increase in the number of voting places for regular school elections. There are low two centers for voting: Whittemore, for voters in the Area that was in the original Whittemore Independent School District and Algona, for the voters in the balance of the district. These are the centers for voting .in the general school election aext Monday, polls being open :'rom 12:00 noon to 7:00 p.m. Early in the evening, at 7:30, the Board architect Cliff Prall, and the Citizens' Advisory Committee heard Bud Phillips of Ft. Dodge review that city's experi- ance in voting for a bond issue in a school expansion progra'^ last January. The Board of Ed ucation is tentatively planning a similar election for the local dis rrict next November. Accompanying this story is a In the two supervisor races, thie First or south district, and Third, or east district, the win ners were Andrew Reising in the Third for the democratic nomin ition and Earl Stott for the re- oublican nomination. In the First district Charley Plathe, incumbent, won the democratic nomination in a fielc •>f three candidates, and Harolo frauger was not opposed for the vepublican nomination. Terms of supervisors in the Second, Fourth and Fifth dis ricts hold over until the 1968 lection. Results of the election fo picture and thumbnail sketch o l&V?"' u: „<; iu-, .«^«,i:,i«.*^t. •'.-. «-ioiiit> lomination of supervisor arc: Third District democrat OB 01 fll o i Buffalo German Portland Prairie Ramsey Wesley Total Republican Buffalo German Portland 6 73 8 22 2 18 0 6 5 10 5 11 3 17 2 2 11 6 <a 7 1 2 54 10 Governor greets Algona ns GOVERNOR HAROLD HUGHES received a'number of friendly handshakes across the airport fence after arriving in Algona Wednesday, Aug. 31, for his campaign kickoff dinner held at the Garrigan high school gym. In the photo above the governor is shown as he takes a hearty handshake trom Algona barber Charlie Fox. The two gentlemen in, the background are L. A. Winkel (left in white shirt and hat) and Gene Hood (center). Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. 22 114 26 140 60 188 DeBoer Rode Stott each of the candidates Ramsey Wesley Totals 2 0 0 0 0 79 26 8 7 4 11 135 65 7 20 14 4 42 152 First District, Democrat Plathe Ba'm'n Ko'ch Cresco Garfield Irvington lUVerne iverdale hennan Whittemore otils DON FRIDERES PHILLIP PFEFFER Phillip Pfeffer, 30, an inspector for the Iowa Department of Agriculture, came to Algona in 1961 from Idaho. He is a graduate of the Clear Lake high school, and attended I Iowa State University at Ames TV™ FrirWps <U has been U nd Mason City junior college. ^LSi hv the Merrvman He served in the Air Force from nployed by the Menyman electronics 1953 to 1957 as an electronics eleven years. nications, and is a veteran of the . . , iii^uuuita, mi" lu o »wn-n>.» «i v-.— He was graduated from high Korean War- He nas wor ked for school at St. Cecelia's Academy, the Weidenhoff Corp. and Kos- Algona, in 1954, and served in L uth county two years each. the U. S. army irom 1958 to I960 The Peffers have one child, as a forward artillery observer. &nd ]Us wifc}) Mar j or i e> h a s been He spent 15 months overseas in a teacner f or seve n years at Germany. Britl Tney attend St. Cecelia': He is married and has two catholic church. children, and his wife, Mary pi'ei'fer is a member of the Jane, daughter of the Rudy Han- American Legion; a former novers, Whittemore, works as a member of the Junior Chamber dental assistant for Dr. Harris. O f Commerce board of directors They are members of St. Cecel- a t clear Lake; a past member of ia's Catholic church, and his par- U ne VFW; and a former Second ents are the Victor Frideres, of \yard committeeman for the BILL KRAFT William F. Kraft, 54, has worked as a supervisor in the standards department at Weid- enhoff Corporation since coming to Algona in 1959. Kraft is a graduate of the Kenosha, Wis., high school and attended the Kenosha Vocation al school, Marquette Institute of used Accounting, Chicago, the Amer tions. ican Institute of Banking, Chica go, and the Universtiy of Wis oonsin Extension school, Milwau kee. He served in the army medi cal corps from 1943 to 194 stationed in the countries in the luropean theatre. Before coming to Algona h worked as a bank teller in Ken osha, Wis., in the engineerin and cost departments for th Simmons Company, Kenosha Wis., and as a supervisor of standards and accounting at Forged Steel Products, Newport, Pa., (a subsidiary of Snap-On Tools Corp.) His activities in Algona in- clur'e Sunday school superintendent at the Trinity Lutheran church; treasurer, Weidenhoff Employees Credit Union; treasurer of the local United Fund; former vice-president and currently president of the Iowa Credit Union League; and a member of the American Legion Post 23 38 33 21 66 49 70 310 6 56 3 7 12 4 19 107 12 1 12 19 68 23 98 233 Sears to open new catalog store here The Sears Co. will open a Catalog Sales office in Algona within two months, a spokesman for the company told the Advance this week. The firm has leased the Bjustrom building formerly occupied by Engstrom Electric located just west of the Rusk Drug Store. Sears will have a complete catalog office with a number of floor samples including major appliances, TV and stereo sets, carpeting, kitchen cabinets, etc. It will not be a retail store as such, however. Extensive remodeling of the building will begin immediately and Sears hopes to have the new store open within two months, on or before Nov. 1. No problem in vote machines for Kossuth Use of voting machines in the county did not seem to confuse voters much who took the new way of voting in stride. It was the first time they have been used except for local proposi- Titonka woman in Advance contest As today's edition of the Ad- Mrs. Donald Usher, vance went to press, a pro-rated ottosen The first precinct to report was Burt which came in at 8:25 p.m. Tuesday night. Other precincts came in rapidly after that as the judges were able to get the tallies for each candidate direct from the machine. Only problem, according to Auditor Marc Moore, was in one precinct where the judge misunderstood the instructions and tabulation of votes gathered by candidates enrolled in the current subscription campaign revealed that Mrs. George (Eleanor) Sachau of Titonka was leading by a small margin. Closely following Mrs. Sachau are Mrs. Donald Usher of Ottosen and Agnes Lickteig of Wesley. Otaer candidates are not far behind in the voting at the end of the first week and they can rapidly close the ranks on the current leaders. As they continue their efforts and gain cooperation from subscribers, their vote totals will increase rapidly. The stoadv and consistent 3,370,00 Agnes Lickteig, Wesley 3,360,00 Mrs. Owen (Darlene) Curry, LuVerne ....._ 2,980,000 Howard (Ailceni Swanson, LuVerne 2,960,000 VIrs. Leo Thomson, Sexton 2,470,000 Mrs. Fred (Lorraine) Schoby, Algona 2,390,000 Dorothy McFarland, Burt 2,100,000 Mrs. Art (Edna) Zeimet, Bode 1,970,000 Mrs. Edgar Kollasch, Bancroft 1,950,000 Mrs. Melvin (Cyrilla) Sifert, Algona . ... 1,500,000 Mrs. Eugene (Eileen) Muller, Rt. 2, Algona 1,320,000 Mrs. Melvin (Shirley) workers Throughout""the next"im-i Ostwald, Whittemore 1,260,000 portant weeks will be the win- Irene Code, Algona .. 1,010,000 "Dutch Elm" disease is discussed here The Algona city council cussed "dutch elm" disease Wednesday night at their regular meeting-in the city hall. Mayor Bill Finn announced that the presence of "dutch elm" disease in Algona has been verified and all known diseased trees have been removed and destroyed. Mayor Finn added that the problem is just beginning and the cooperation of all property owners is necessary to minimize the effect of the disease in Algona. According to his report, it appears that the most effective program is to remove all dead wood and weak or dying trees, particularly elm trees. The city has been doing this on city street property for the past six years and private property owners are encouraged to start an intensive sanitation program on existing trees on private property immediately. Mayor Finn also suggested that property owners give consideration to replacement plant- ng since there is no known method of guaranteeing that the elms can be saved. He also called attention to the fact that reports have been received from other communities regarding itinerant crews who attempt to capitalize on this ners. Positions of the candidates can change considerably after the bonus votes are counted. Mrs. Victor (Mary) Neuroth, Algona .. Mrs. Franklin (Janice) Jensen, Algona . Mrs. Evelyn Krominga, Lakota Algona Sandy Richardson, Swea City took the results home with him Friends of the contestants can ^^ without calling them in. Mr., help them by giving their sub- Je3SB L JlmcncZi Moore called him at midnight to scriptions as soon as possible or get the tally from that precinct, by bringing or mailing them to With paper ballots ki a big el- the Advance oil'ice where credit ection it has usually been the ; will be given the candidate of next morning before all the pre- their choice cincts have reported. Kossuth county went along with the rest of the state in the Mrs. George ihkanor primary election going for Mur-: _^ lluu -_J; ltonka .lrdO.000; ray in the republican race lor ~~ SelUi .[ cr _.. u 'public ^Hoover' governor, and for Smith in the, 19!j jUjj] L , r H32; dcmotirt. Cam- 980,000 950,000 910,000 500,000 20,000 Pro-rated Vote Standings, Tuesday Night, Sept. 6 democrat race for senate. New plowing date on sesding The Kossuth ASCS announced i eron 231 Thllrsda >' lhal Ule problem. He recommended that before a non-resident crew is hired, that the property owner satisfy himself as to the reliability of the crew and the fairness of the charges. It was pointed out that there are more than 2,000 elm trees in the city with about half of them on private property. In other council business, a report was read from the planning engineers concerning the status of the Comprehensive Plan program for city development. The details of this plan are now being reviewed by the regional federal office in Chicago, where approval must be made before lurther action can be taken. There was no indication of when the plans would be processed. The city council also confirmed the mayor's appointment of Algona. Democratic party. Of the school board election Pefffer states: "I don't think Frideres says: "If I were elected that the younger adult group is to the school board 1 would try properly represented on the to help the community schools school board. I feel this is a good to advance the educational sys- time to run for the office, and tern, I would consider it a priv- if elected I hope to represent No. 177. When asked about the school board position Kraft said: "It is my belief that every citizen owes his community something in the line of service, and, I hope, through service on the school board that I may fulfill part of my obligation to the community. "This is a good community! It is a wonderful town in which to raise children. The schools are excellent; the academic , ilege to serve on the Algona Algona to the best of my abili- standards are nigh. 1 would hKe Community school board." Ity.' to keep it that way.' The same held true in minor in4 t E. B. Smith, 921. republican races for lieut.-gover- Governor — Republican, Beuk nor with Mills taking the coun- 434, Murray 858. ty, for auditor with Smith win- , Lt. Governor — Republican, ning, and Liddy for secretary ol'ipi a t t 413, Mills 720. on seeding under the agricultur- \ William Foth, Algona, to serve ,.' al conservation program has i on the airport commission, and been re-established as Septem-; approved a beer permit for Le- I ber 1. rather than September 15.' ona's Tap. A letter of resigna- A majority of the county's i lion from William F. Rasmussen agriculture. For attorney-gencr- i Auditor al Kossuth gave Turner a narrow nod over Moore. Senator Jack Miller swamped his challenger Herbert F. Hoover by 1132 to 199. The results in Kossuth for the various state races follow: Results in the contested state R,/MMMinn Mr.Ma farmers seeded diverted acres of the police department wa$ HLpm.mu.ui, lutuLd- - n the iGed grain program under : ,. eatj Tne counc ji a is 0 accepted this cost-sharing practice. j the trophy won by police chief In order to fall plow earlier Al Boekelman and assistant hill 212, Smith 571, Ward 338. Agriculture — Republican, Liddy 789, Sellers 413. Attorney General — Republican, Bertroche 215, Moore 476, Turner 484. Only the race for U. S. senator was held in the democratic races in Tuesday's election in j primary, all others being unop- Kossuth county are; posed. in the past it has been necessary ment received for seeding assist- j to refund the $2 per acre pay- j FALSE ALARM ance. The early plowing date Algona fire trucks were called is now September 1, rather than to Ron & Jack's Food Ceq4§f September 15, as formerly re- Tuesday night about 8:5,0 p,m. September quired. 1 but the call was a false

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