Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 26, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 26, 1966
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DATE SILVER WEDDING 5 t .-Sit. and iMfs. Walter Haack of Titonka Will have their 25th wedding AftfiiveTsary With open house October 2 at Immanuel « Lutheran church, Titonka, ftorii || 2-5 p.m\ All relatives and friends a are invited. -ALGONA (low*) AfoVANejHer- visited Tri'l^spa City Friday vith her sister llorefice, Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Ilipner. Mr. and Mr*. |rye« A, WitlwH ai%ded a^jickejbt reunion SUli' day in the Legion hall at New MONDAY, SEPT: 26, 1946 e I\r h I, K I Miller will arrive here al 4 p.m. i . Senator Jack Miller is expected to arrive at 4 o'clock this afternoon (Mo.riday) for his speech to a republican rally at the Garrlgatt auditor* Him tonight. He will make some calls and officially «open the republican headquarters across .the street Irom the 'Taylor Ford garage. The banquet is termed 4--"Salute to Jack Miller". C. R. Schbtiy, .coynty republican chairman, said the; advance ticket sale was extra-;.ordinarily good but there Milton Wioto, ex- man dies suddenly LuVerne •— Word was received Tuesday morning . of the death 6f a former LuVerne man Milton Wioto 58, of Cedar Rapids. Funeral was held Thursday in the -Westminister Presbyterian chifrch in, Cedar Rapids with burial there. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wioto would be a limited number of tickets available at the door tonight. Democrats plan meeting Tuesday A meeting of' the Kossuth County Democratic Central Committee has been called for Tuesday, Sept. 27 at 8 p.m. at the Algona'Hotel. ' , County Chr. Joe Straub announced that three imporitanjt matters will be taken up: the final preparations for the caravan visit :to Kossuth county nex|t Thursday by Governor Hughes, Congressman Greigg and all the other Democratic' candidates; preparing a budget for the balance of the campaign; and discussion of the voter registration Bus trip to Viking t ooffeo// ,'- •' ''' V »f ..I J. « "t . I . , . «••• S. Miannori aftd Mr. and Mrs. R. Kees, Algona. A. J s l8iort,^Mnfc fiftir, a«d Bob drive which will take place throughput the county. Hits three parked cars near Dan's Friday night An Algona driver was charged with "faying to, have his c^r under control" after it struck three parked cars owned by • Dau's Garage Friday night about 10:20 p.m: on South podge .street.'. • '.'•., '.'.-.' .. ' '-. Dale Hannover, 25, told police he met a car on the wrong side of the street as he was turning the comer 'and. he lost control, hitting two Ramblers and an Oldsmobile in front of the Dau \ building 'near McGregor street. | His Volkswagen : had between $500 and $700 damage while the parked cars had from $80 to $350 in damage. ,.'•'••' Deputy sheriff Don Wood checked a mishap 3% miles west of Algona on, highway 18 involving two Emimetsburg ears about 12:30 a.m. Saturday. A car driven bVWiUijanj Haywood was following a machine driven by David Brown. When a state truck stopped in. front I of the Brown car, the Haywpod machine struck it from the rear causing $150 damage to the Brown station wagon and $75 to came Monday to visit his brother-in-Uw, Dale Kitley, Har,dy, surgical patient ai Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. As they sat with Mrs. Kitley in the lobby he suffered a coronary. Milton "Toby", son of Mrs Ella Wioto and the late William Wioto, long time druggist in Luyerne, was born here, grad uated from LuVerne high sohoo and from Iowa State College Cedar Falls. He was engaged in teaching before moving to Cedar Rapids and with Link-Belt since. He was a former teacher at Lohrville in this area. Survivors are his wife Mabel, two daughters, Dixie and Molly. Dixie is Mrs. Ronald Prior, stationed at Air Force Base Columbu? with her husband and grandchildren, 2 girls and 1 boy; and Molly at home in Cedar Rapids. Also surviving are his 87-year old mother, Mrs. Ella Wioto, living in the Americana Rest Home in .Cedar Rapids, and one broth er, Harold Wioto, Cedar Rapids, and one sister Eleanor Mae, Mrs. Dale Kitley, Hardy. a. •• '•• '• -•.- •' • in* MiMionary 6uild were Wednesday guests of Mr*. Harry hristensefl in ttumboldt The Friendly Neighbor club were gttests of Mrs. Marvin Meyer witn good attendance. Lesson was given by Mrs. Edwin Marty and the surprise entertainment by Mrs. Leonard Kiley. The Rev. and Mrs. Roy A> Bit- seineyer took his aunt Mrs. William Kanwisher to' her home in Waseca, Minn., Thursday after a ten day visit with them at the Methodist parsonage. Mr. and Mrs, Cyril Woodson of Eagle Grove visited their daughter the Ray Agard family Sun- PROGRESSIVE CLUB The first meeting of the dub year of the Progressive Woman's club was held in the home of the new president, Mrs. L B Shelton. Musical numbers were piano duet, "In a Chinese Garden" by Rita and Diane Patterson. Mrs. Allen Blake gave a review on the book entitled "Yes I Can" and this is the life story of Sammy Davis. They votet $10 to the Community Chesi Drive soon. James Mallory me with the club and told how it could be possible to have a li brary in LuVerne. The next meeting of the club is tenatively set for Sunday, October 16 with husbands as guests at a dinner at TreJoars. MUSIC MOTHERS' MEET The first meeting of the Music Mothers of the LuVerne Community high school will be held at 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 26 in the school lunch room. Mrs. Thees Schnakenbsrg, new president, will preside. day. Mrs, Ly*a Lu,nd entered #» Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, for medical treatment Wednesday.* The Rev. Roy A- Bi«s<MiMy*r accompanied a group of M. Y. F. youth to Pocahontas Sunday to attend a sub district youth rally at the Methodist church. The Rev. Biesemeyer is sub district director.. • Mrs. Esther French of Concord, Calif., 'was a guest SUnday of Mrs. Laura Zweifel. Mrs. French is a sister of the late Adam Zweifel. She is visiting her children at Clare. Mr. and Mrs v Dennis Zweifel of Moline, 111., were weekend guests of their parents Mrs. Laura Zweifel, LuVerne, and the Glen Kunerts, Thor. Dennis came for Guard Duty. 1400 attend church festival at Ledyard Ledyard — The Rev. Rober E. Thiele, pastor of the Sacred Heart Catholic church reports that approximately 1,400 persons attended the annual harvest Fes tival and dinner at the church oni Sjepst, 11- Ernest Hanover .0 Lakota, won the quarter of beef Jack Anderson of Elmore the coffee percolator; Cornea! Dem ske of Blue Earth the transisto radio; Paul Havercamp of Renr son the phonograph; and Fran; Krall of Lakota the electri knife. Live organ music during the dinner was provided by Mrs Bernard Richter and Mrs. Jim Streit of Ashton, Iowa and Mrs Roger Thiele of Sheldon. vej-;! M && nftebi ishing ai Big Lake Win fcti ^ " J Mrs. A, J. Eaon toff Saturday for 4-kroft, Ohio to {kttsiild tha fUfletfal of her brother's Wile, Mrs. John SUkkerrtafet. They i&y.e.,tbJrAfe children, Major Donald" Slikkernser, on tyHpugh Grom Japan and John, Jr. and Lois in colleigs, Truck ditched; " WHEN IT BECAME apparent a few days before a scheduled bus trip to the"^ Baltimore Colt - Minnesota Viking game school—VTom Jones, Don Hagen, Roger Bafr, Rod Rogert, Bob FarohanV Gregg Betts, Tom Claude, Chris Conn, Brad Farnham, noTenough"persons wouidf be available to fill a chartered Larry Munger, Clint Young, Randy of the Legion decided that no one would go — ane Hunt, John Hedlund and ^Coach bus. members of the Legion decided tnat no one wouia go — ane mini, \joim ncuiuiiu «mu ,v,u«u... T ^ ire "'~"V"7"*-:vj:»" except athletes from Garrigan and Algona high schools. So the school — Tom; Black, Mark Goetz, John Winkel, Jack MUller, free to a They are shown shortly before departing a week agg b'BrienrMike.SchTltz, Mike Welp and Steve Kbllasch. Also pic- """ " 'Legionnaires Ed Farrell, Frank Saiter, Bob Riedel and --..-. ^ i i • - •'•_" --. !• • ; . . ^-« '. A . • • '. «« J »^li_;l_ * ^. • invy aic oi»v"" «»•»»»wj «».*».«--,.-.-— 0 >- ui u 'turefl are Legionnaires Jiiq rarreii,-rraiiK-onuei,. DVV mcuci «»u Sunday morning. Included j^ere the following: Algona nigij ^ Anderson! ; Exclusive Advance Photo by Bruce .Ritchie: which was conducted by Counts of Amery, Supt. A. M. Quintard. " "--- 1 -- A/1C Carl Payne left recen 'oUowing a thirty day leave wit\r lis parents, Mr. and Mrs.. S. -R. i^ayne, to go 1 to Thailand. Carl las been in the service for three years, he will bs stationed near LJrdon. He will be located near an uncle, Tech. Sgt. Richard Rath, formerly of Armstrong. The Paynes also have two other sons in the service, Pfc. Jerry, who is stationed with the army at Fort Hood, Texas, and Pvt. S. R:, who is stationed in Germany. Tuesday morning Mrs. Adam Wilhelmi, Mrs. Murl Jorgenson and Carol Dee met Mrs. Jorgenson's sister, Edith Worthington at Fairmont, who arrived by plane to visit with her mother, Mrs. Lillian Worthington at' Lone Rock and with the Jorgen-^ sons here. Mrs. Louise Herzog is now a resident at the Heritage Home in-Bancroft. She was moved there Sunday afternoon following hospitalization at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mrs. Marie Halvorson visited came to fr visit at the Burton Johnson home on Tuesday and they and the Johnsons attended the chuck wagon races at Spencer and then went on to Vibbrg, and Custard, S. D. the Black Hills and the Bad Lands, returning to Ledyard Saturday afternoon. The Mortons left for home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rotterman are the parents of a daughter born at the Blue Earth hospital on Sept. 15. She weighed 7 Ibs. 3 ozs. The Rottermans now have a family of three girls and one boy. Mrs. Rotterman and the baby returned home Sunday. dall Dam. At Spencer they vis- ted Mr. and-Mrs: Lee Short and at Ayrshire .they called on Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lange and family..-';' ''• ' "• •• • •• .•' Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hundertmark attended funeral services for her cousin, Gerald Swenson at the Bethesda Lutheran church at Ames Friday. Ottosen Mrs. Donald Ihher at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Long em joyed a vacation from Tuesday until Friday night. At Sheldon they visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zeldenthius. She is Mr. Long^s sister. They saw the Bad Lands, Mt. Rushmore, Custer State Martin Kallestad at Frost Wedd,park, Hot Springs, drove nesday and,Thursday. -^^jithroughi,the, Pine Ridge Indian Mrs. Howard wWHfReServiftbn and over Ft. Ran^ the Haywood machine. Haywood was charged with I following too closely by Wood. Hear end of Advance "sub- campaign here Gary Yovngwirth, «on of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Youngwirth of LuVerne, has returned to Des Moines where he is enrolled in AIB. A two year course and he is in the second year of Advance Accounting. He is a graduate of the LuVerne Community high school. Canasta 8 met with Mrs. Fran|c Gronbach Monday afternoon with all members present. Honors, .Mrs. Duane Neal and Mrs. KEIL ELECTED Maurice Keil was elected in [.he recent school board election. There were 35 voters and Keil received 33 votes. There were two write-ins, one for Leon McCoy and one for Fred Munyer. Mrs. Elvin, (Ruth) Carpenter was also re-elected to the. position of treasurer of the board, she received thirty four votes. There was one spoiled treasurers ballot. Jess Jergensen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty Rewt .28 the close .of the first the current 'Advance trade ex- pan«,ion s.ubscri.p.ti.on T^e final days .of the now fnrt to con.t?,f ; t i,n th p trade area before the close of the contest. Candidates an* working for bonus votes'. £00.000 hr\r»,v>« vo,t« 0 « ?«'.arde.d for mo,nev r'epartment by who h.ay<e .ert R«bsqrir»t,ions to WJ/P ants are .asked to call >»iei)r fav so .their sjibscripiUofl* be itymed into the De- were weekend visitors with their son the Dr. Wayne Marty fam- ,ily and Mrs. Marty's sister, Miss Esther Merkle at Westmar college, Le Mars. George Schnetier Sr., his sister Mr. and Mrs. James Atterbury of Oseola, Mo., visited Sat- urd^y and Sunday with his sons George Schnetzer Jr., Cindv and Jane, LuVerne and the Elmer Schnetzers at Renwick. Mr. and Mrs. David Traoger of Ames were weekend guests in the parental Harold Trauger and Carl Hanselman homes. David has just returned from two months at Yellow Knife, North West Territory, in conservation associated with Iowa State University, Ames. David is teaching the the university this semester. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pergande had as guests Monday Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Hulsrude and Mrs. Eric Nelson of Glenwood City, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nelson of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Pirn- GUEST SPEAKER Rev. John Engels of Britt was guest speaker at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church Sunday morning in the absence of the pastor, the Rev. Victor Vriesen.who was speaking at the Mission Festival ait Tripp, S . D. partment hv the deadline Wednesday night. Prp-rattd Vote Standings, Friday Night, Sept. 23 Mrs. George dSleanor) Sachau, Titonka ---------- 5.970,000 Agnes Liiektejg, Wesley -------------------- -— 5,810,000 Mrs. Donald Usher, Ottosen -------------------- 5,790,000 Mrs. Owen (Darlene) Curry --------------------- 5,110,000 Mrs. Leo Thpflftseo, Sextou ------------------- ,- 4.9SO.OOO Mrs. g4gar Kpllaseh, Bancroft ------------------ 4,950,000 Mrs. Howard (AJJeen) Swanson, LyVerne -------- 4.790,000 Mrs. M^lYJn (Shirley) Ostwal-d, Whittemore -------- 4.620,000 Mrs. Melvin (Cyrella) Sjfert, Algona -------------- 4,460,000 Mrs, Art (Edna) gejtoet, Bode . ----------------- t'^^S Mrs. Fred (Lojyainje) .Schoby, AJgona ------------ 3,85,0,000 W$, i^eae (Ej^en) Mu^ier, Ajgona ------- „____ 3,610,QJO UTS, Frtaw Wee) Jensen, Al#>Jj.a ------- — - 3,500,000 Uet# gprte, AJgonj ------ T ------ - ------ - ------- 3400,0.00 fS^Mci&d, iMrt ---------- . ------------ %w,w IfiS, Ev*Ji3l KfPWiO^ Uifeost* T __ T .. T — , r — — &4|0,OOP . Victor (Mary) NmQtil, AlgQn? — - ------- -- £3,5,0,000 NEW COACH Larry Sondergaard, the new boys and girls coach began his duties at the school on Thursday morning. The family is living in. the late Warren Lloyd house. Mr. and Mrs. Murl Jorgenson and Carol Dee were dinnei guests at the home of her mother, Mrs. Lillian Worthington at Lone Rock on Sunday. In the afternoon Mrs. Worthington Edith Worthington, Carol Jor genson, and Evelyn Earing toojc Hugo Worthington back to Boone where he is employed Carol was an overnight guest o her grandmother and aunt a Lone Rock,'she returned home Monday afternoon. , Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Engelbj and Mr, and Mrs. Carlos Engel by were in Murdo, S. D. over the weekend where they attend ed the wedding of Loren Iverson and Vera Towers on Saturday afternoon at the Lutheran church in Murdo and the reception which followed. Carlos was best man at the wedding. Friday Mrs. Ervin Mrs. Keith Klinksiek and Bruce were at Mank|to where thej visited the Paul Sehaumbergs Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs Ervin KlinksieS,, Pa.ra anxj nise were there. The bergs returned hpme from their wedding trip. Supt an4 Mrs. Gilbert DeBoer were in Algona Wednesday eye- njng wJiere'ttiey ^tteftded a g:3 dunier mating for all county superintendents and their wiwes A business «tflN Y0«| ACCOST TOMf! •" - ^ by beglnniiiQ Current Dividend 0 Rate Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. AH Account* Fglly Jusyr.d ^ 110,000 S$ve from the J5w— lira from tJP SINCE 1917 AB Sivlngs Accounts insured PP to $JO,OftO by the Federal Savings aod LtpajQ Insui'auce Corporation of W^Wogtw, P. C, Advertise in the Advance Largest PAID circulation Ken Erpelding, sen of the Francis L. 'ErpeldingSj Bode, has enrolled .as'.fi freshman at Loras college, Dubuque. He will.be taking an ecclesiastical course. Ann Behannon and PameU Kees are both enrolled as first' year students at .Christian .college, Columbia, Mo. They are,the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd for damages , ^ i i.-... ., .j. A damage suit was filed in district court last weekend by Ham Swartzbaugh apainst Irwin J. Heidenwith as the result of an accident Novv 18, 1965. According to the petition the plaintiff was driving a 1965 International truck with a! 16-ft. bulk box and self-loading auger on the blacktop a mile South of Swea City. At an intersection the petition alleges a vehicle drivbh by the defendanit went into-the intersection ahead of the truck and Mr. Swartzbaugh drove into the ditch to avoid a collision. : Tlie petition claims S650Q for logs of truck and $10,971 for personal injuries, medical costs, rental of truck, loss of time and earnings. The total js $17,871. 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