ADVANCE ALMANAC AI gong Ho* * uth Co unty . - . .-•,. • -.^vj ;•;•;_ __ ^_____ f __^__ i _^_J l ± i ^ M ^ s ^^ mmum ltltmmjmilllltm j ^ State HiOtol-iceU -•£« »o •'• " "*—< '"TO f^'?U ••' v ^,\ |W|J v jl'V K« ' y '! <? . < ,i*&« NEW COURT CASES Elliott Paint & Varnish Co. vs. Brotison Bldg. Service, account, $839.97; Georgia - Pacific Corp. vs. Bronson Bldg. Service, account, $447.50. BUILDING PERMITS Robert Stevens, reshingle; Jim lilt, reshingle garage; Sears & Co., remodeling store, $4,000 estimated oost to lower ceiling, partition off offices and remodel interior of Bjustrom building; Tom. Sampson, new home at 614 N. Johnson street, $16,000 estimated cost. AL60NA WEATHER *«r* M MAM* ei«M matt*, 8*. », l««. « A'***, l«rt. »**»«««• im*' Aet of |6Hofw> March S 1.679 VOL. *-NO, IITHUMOAY, OCT. SO/ If** - AtOONA, IOWA 22 f AdIS IN 3 SECTIONS High Low Rain Oct. 12 64 48 Oct. 13 68 47 trace Oct. 14 80 61 Oct. 15 50 31 .58 Oct. 16 48 35 .05 Oct. 17 60 28 Oct. 18 55 32 Oct. 19 — 29 trace WEDDING PERMITS Donald Gifford, Roberta Ackerman, both Burt; Robert G. Belknap, Salt Lake City, Faye E. Hantelman, Fenton; Alvin R. Meyer, Wesley, Ethel Henry, Algona; David E. Smith, Jeanette Wichtendahl, both Fort Dodge; Jerome Bettermen, Minneapolis, Judy Luedtke, Fairmont; Michael M. Koons, Roberta L. Wentworth, both Fairmont. SELECTIVE SERVICE Enlistments — Terry Jensen, Bancroft, Marines; Jon Jentz, Fenton, Navy; Eugene Lloyd, Ledyard, Air Force; Ronald Clark, LuVerne, Air Force; Larry Becker, Lakota, Army; Robert McMahon, Algona, Army; Henry Ewoldt, Whittemore, Army (Inducted); Michael Duffy, Whittemore, Army; Gerald Fox, Bancroft, Army; Claude Haag, Jr., Swea City, Army. MAYOR'S COURT Larry W. Weringa, Lakota, failing to have control of vehicle, $10; Rev. Walter H. Friedrich, Algona, right-of-way, $5; Gerald Hjelmeland, LuVerne, hunting with a gun capable of holding more than legal 3 shells, $10; James M. Little, Ft. Dodge, speeding, $12; Donald H..La.ppe, Bancrolt, failing to yield one- half of the roadway causing an accident, $10. ST. ANN BIRTHS ; George Delta dies; lifelong county resident George C. Dettman, 81 of Al gona, died Tuesday at his home at 208 North Moore street. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at McCuUough's chapel with Rev. Howell, Burt, officiating. George Charles Dettman was born Nov. 8, 1884 at Burt, the son of John and Johanna Dettman. He had been a resident of Algona for the past 32 years, working at the former Swift & Co. plant for many years and later at the city dump. He was married to Bertha Bunkofske on April 19, 1912. She survives as do five children: Elda, Mrs. William Landry, El Cajon, Calif.; Erwin, Algona; Grace, Mrs. Jerry Combs, San Pablo, Calif.; Fern, Mrs. Richard Fox, Mountour, Iowa; and Milton of Algona. There are also 14 grandchildren surviving. ABO TV ihow ' I L*dy«rd — The news film "To 1 Save A Soldier" Will be seen ov« er ABC stations October 24 fit 9 p.m. A1C Marlln Johnson, son of the Everett Johnsons, is stationed at the Clarke air base and part of ithe pictures taken at the nospital were taken while Marlin was at work. Airman Johnson is married to the former Janice Frouermann, Round Lake. She is now living at Jackson, Minn., and is employed by the tele-1 phone company at Windom. ' ' I •' ' New beauty shop opened, Titonka Titenka — Grand opening of Marian's Red Carpet Salon here wiill be held this Saturday, Oct. 22, here. Owner'Mrs. Marian Carlson will have two fulltime assistants, Miss Lennice and Miss Sharon, both graduate beauty operators. Free coffee and doughnuts will be served all day Saturday from 10 a.m. 'until B p.m. with tree door prizes also being offered. , final forKossuth's first Viet Nam casualty Retires after 40 years with telephone co. Oct. 12 — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slobe, Algona, girl, 6 Ib. 9Vfe oz, Oct. 13 — Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Bonnstetter, West Bend, girl, Ib. 11'/2 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds, Algona, girl, 8 Ib. 5'/4 oz. Oct. 17 — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reding, Bode, girl, 8 Ib.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmitt, Algona, boy, 8 Ib. 1 oz. Oct. 18 — Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Christiansen, Wesley, girl, 9 Ib. 2 oz. ST. ANN HOSPITAL H. B. Hicks, Algona, has retired from Northwestern Bell Telephone Co, here with over 40 years of service, according to a company announcement. He ended his telephone career as service supervisor at Algona. A native of Omaha, Hicks joined Bell at Council Bluffs in 1925 as a tester in the maintenance department. He transferred to the same position at Red Oak, in 1929, and returned to Council Bluffs as a tester in 1932. Hicks came UrAIgoha in 1937 as an installer-repairman and in * 1951 was named service supervisor. Active in civic and community activities, Hicks is a member of he Chamber of Commerce. The Hicks have two children Mrs. Jane Doocy, Bancroft, ant )avid, 22, who has just returned vome from serving in the air ;orce. They belong to the First r'resbyterlan church. Hicks and his wife, Helen, plan to keep their home in Algona. Oct. 12 — Arthur Kohlhaas, West Bend, surgery. Oct. 13 — Lcvi Banwart, West Bend, medical; James Welp, Algona, fracture. Oet, 14 —Joseph Origer, Whittemore, surgery; Edward Goecke, Algona, medical. Oet. 15 — Louise Murphy, Algona, medical; Augusta Schultz Algona, medical. Oct. 16 — Alice Erickson, Al gona, medical; Ruth Shierk, Al gona, medical. Oct. 17 — Arlene Norris, Al gona, medical; Richard Robin son, Algona, medical; Barbara Arndt, Whittemore, medical Wanda Mains, Algona, medical. Oet. 18 — Delmar Clopton, Algona, medical; Donald Kennedy, Irvington, medical; Alma Bast, Algona, accident; Michael Kajewski, Algona, medical; Edna Bowman, Algona, medical. NEW CARS AND TRUCKS George G. Gallagher, Elmore, Chev. p/u; George F. Schuster, Titonka, Chev.; Gehard T. Berg, Elmiore, Chev. p/u; Algona Flour & Feed, Algona, Ford; Merrill L. Mueller, Algona, Chev. Trk.; Richard N. Burt, Algona, Podge p/u; Virgil or E. Blomster, Swea City, Chev. p/u; George H. Uok- teig, Wesley, Int'l. p/u; Harm H. Huisinga, Buffalo Center, Chev. p/u; Riohter Bros., Elmore, Ghev. p/u; Francis Henry Froehlioh, Algona, Chev.; Ralph Frank Koppen, Whittemore, Chev.; Loren Ray Potter, Algona, Merc.; Dennis Arthur filbert, WMttemore Chev. Francis H. or Nadine E. Wolfe West Bend, Ford; Eldon Ray mond Hmiburt, Fenton, Yolks. William H. Ludwig, Gorwith Ford; Glen George KolJascih Whittemore, Chrysler; Allen L. Smith, Algona, Chrysler; Melyij or Ids Arndorfer, Wesley, Ford Alfred Busch, Algona, Merc. August or Adelyn Ky»z, Algona Dodge; John J. Collins, Wes Bend, Cad.; Grcenberg Auto Sup ply, Algona, Pont.; Georga Ann Voigt, Fenton, Chev.; John o Maude Kohlhaas, Algona, Ford Mary A. Brusig, Algona, Chev Paul Alvin Wirtz, West Bend Pont. Marold or Lela Schlei, Fenton, Dodge; Robert F. Hutchinson, Lone Rock, Ford; Nyda Lea Kolp, Algona, Ford; Francis M. Borman, Bode, Plym.; Citnagundes M. Sullivan, Ledyard, Merc.; Gordon J. Wirtjes, Lakota, Chev.; Peter Charles Reding, Bode, Ford; Merle or Lois Ruth Voigt, Fenton, Ford; Charles Bernard Plathe, Bode, Chev.; Martin or Mary Becker, Irvington, Plym.; Gary Robert Spear, Ledyard, Ford; W. C. Irelan, Algona, Bu- File charges against Lakota man Friday A Lakota man was charged vith failing to have control of lis vehicle when it collided with another car on highway 18 at he north edge of Algona about 4:40 p.m. Friday. Larry Weringa, Lakota, had about $250 damage and a car driven .by. Richard Crail, Algona, had $50 iff'dun- age. The Weringa jnachine slipped off the roadway and spun around, striking the \ Crail car several times. City police investigated and filed the'charges. Wesleyans see tornado damage Wesley — The Clarence and Art Beenkens attended the funeral of an uncle Jelto Beenken, 77,- at Alexander Friday afternoon, Oct. 14. During the services the tornado had struck Belmond and did considerable damage to the roof of the Jelto Beenken house in the east part of that town. Several other relatives had received home damage and also body injuries. Bancroft couple to bo honored Bancroft — Mr. and Mrs. Leander Vaske, Bancroft, will be honored Sunday, Oct. 23, oh their FINAL HONORS for Kossuth County's first war casualty in the -Viet ,Nam conflict were held Monday afternoon and six pallbearers are shown above taking off the United States flag from the casket of William F. Kern shortly before commital in East Lawn cemetery. Specialist 4th class Kern died in action in Viet Nam on Oct. 8. Serving as military pallbearers were members of- the Algona Battery of the 194th Artillery Battalion of the Iowa National Guard. They are James E. Kelley, Dean L. Benschoter, J. 0. Andrews, Donald J. Madsen, Mark A. Seeley and 'John L. Scuff ham. Serving on the firing squad which also helped with military honors at the graveside were William D. Detrick, Robert J. Arend, Jerry E. Koestler.-Valgene Westling, Thomas Ulses, Kirk Struthers and Robert Ricke. They are also members of the National Guard unit. Serving as color guards were representatives of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars. . ., •,..--•• Exclusive Advance Photo by Poundstone Studio. Everds named to national board F. R. "Dick" Everds, partner in Everds Brothers", Inc., Algona, ick; James Ghev. Kipp, Wliittemore, silver wedding anniversary, by their children. All friends and relatives are invited to the open house at St. John's Catholic church hall from 2 until 5 p.m. No invitations will be sent. has been elected to the Board of Governors , of the National Asphalt Pavement Association. In this capacity he will represent the Association's interests in the entire state. NAPA is a trade association for the asphalt paving industry and is located in Metropolitan Washington, D. C. The national group numbers over 800 members, who do more than 75 pei cent of the asphalt paving work in the United States. NAPA has also a steadily increasing inter national membership ranging from Europe to Japan and Aus tralia. Billy Graham movie is dated here The Billy Graham movie, "Mai In the 5th Dimension" will b shown at the First Baptis church, Harlan and McGrego streets, Sunday evening at 8 p.m Mr. Graham's film goes through the four-dimensional world into the fifth' dimension of the Spirit. NEWCOMERS CLUB Newcomers club met last Tuesday at the Algona hotel. New members are Joan Bensen and Evelyn McAfee. At bridge high Cars hit cattle on county roads last weekend Two cars hit a steer and a hei- !er over the weekend on Kossuth county roads, it was reported by the Kossuth Sheriff's office. A machine driven by Marion F. Burt, 23, Swea City, struck a steer owned by Howard Klinksiek, Ledyard, on a county road one-half mile north of Ledyard about 7:20 p.m. Sunday. Burt suffered a left arm injury when his car hit the steer, which jumped out of the ditch into the path of his machine. The" car had about $150 in damage. Value of the steer was placed at $150. A HEIFER ran into the side of a car driven by Virgil J. Jennings, LuVerne, about 10:30 p.m. Friday evening six miles south of Sexton near the Vernon Plathe farm driveway. Jennings had $300 damage to his car and Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, who check- Date 2 meetings to Fenton girl tells of school in Germany was won by Evelyn Langmann and at 500 high was won by Jean Taylor. ed the accident, filed charges of ent f rom American teens, wrote Kathy. They wear the same style clothes, watch the same movies, read the same books, and listen to the same records. If a record hits the number one place here in the states, it will usually hit the German top 10. Some songs are translated Wiley Mayne visits Algona failing to have a driver's license against Mr. Jennings. A third accident over the weekend was reported to the Sheriff's office by Tom Schueller, Waterloo. He told Lindhorst he fell asleep at the wheel about 3 p.m. Sunday 4Va miles east of Burt and his machine missed a curve. The car had an estimated $400 in damage. No charges v/ere filed. 2 pancake servings here Saturday There will be two servings — 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. — Saturday at the pancake my, plans on entering civil service in the electronics field with- n the next few months. They vill be in Feinon temporarily. First concert to be presented here Saturday On Saturday night at 8 p.m. the opening concert of the 1966 67 Community Concert serie will be presented. Appearing a the Algona high school auditor: urn is the production entitled "Four Go Dancing." The glamour and romance o „ _„..„. _.. the classic ballet, good humored usually those that stay in the j tongue-in-cheek satire on th number one place for awhile, popular dances of the century Most records though are kept in and the grace of the ballroom — Fenton — Kathy Hurlburt, a new llth grade student at Sentral this year, came from Weis- baden high in Weisbaden, Germany. Kathy, who now lives in Fenton, recently wrote an article for the Sentral high school paper, the Beep, in which she told some of the interesting differences in high school in Germany and Sentral. The Weisbaaen school was much larger. It had nine buildings and 1800 students in grades nine through twelve. The German teens are not much differ- English. There are three main ! these are just a few or the.J^ts diiferences. One is that tew Ger-1 which make "tour Go Dancing man teens have cars. They \ the clever and highly diverting usually walk, or take a bike to ! program that it is. where they want to go. That also Alter highly successful tours! by j the.Kossuth County Board of inclMdes school, 'inere are no of Europe and South Africa, A-! Education tor exploring the plan school buses in Germany. The mcrioan audiences are coming to | and answering questions. Discussions at Bancroft and Algona Meetings will be held at St. John's high school cafeteria in Bancroft Monday, Oct. 24, at 8 p.m. and at the Algona high school Annex Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 8 p.m. for discussing the proposed Area Community College and Vocational School to serve Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth and Palo Alto counties. This project is of vital interest to residents of the county as it is designed to fill the need for post-high school education and training at the college level and also in the vocational and trades area. The plan will be financed through local taxes and tuition plus some state and federal money. The governing body will be an area board of seven members elected from seven director districts by the electors of the elector district. This area board will employ an administrator. The area board will formulate policies for the operation of this 1 project. These meetings are sponsored second difference is that when know the exciting talents of Mithe German teens work, they : 'ive their money to their par chael Maule and Colleen Corkre, plus the guest artists Thatcher day sponsored by the Salesman' Bureau of the Chamber of Com merce. It will ba at the high school Annex. Girl Scouts are selling tickets. Proceeds go to, ren help pay for a new regalia for; pen Algona's Santa Clans. The salesmen last year helped with new Christmas decorations. ;'1YV^ Lll C'11 *iit_*.4^- i _j fcv V.. —»» J. • 1 --- ,_, cuts. The parents feel that they Clarke and Jeanne-Marie Aubert. hava to feed, clothe, and provide a shelter lor the child lor 14, io, or 10 yuui'i, su now the child- should help with the ex- is the KOSSUTH RiPUiLICAN candidates possd with Wiley Mayne, candidate for congressman, at a dinner at the Johnson House last week Friday after a Mayne tour of the county. Pictured, left to right are Don Jorgenson, for treasurer, Mrs. Mayne, Mr. Mayne, Karl Kiilsholm. for state representative, Mertie Huber, for recorder, and W. B. MacDonald, for county attorney. • PUoto by Bruce Michael Maule is a "danseur Noble" in the great tradition, having been applauded in such companies as the New York City ballet. Colean Corkre has had leading dance rolls in such Bro- ad^vay^hits as "Oklahoma!", "My Fair Lady," and "South Pacific." xys^T^^^.^^^ to Hade school. The sUuients if Ruse and had been the lead who do go on tu high school; Cancer with the San Francisco lake the same subjects we do.! Ballet. Being introduced to A- They then go to college if they i mencan audiences on this tour Udyard _ The Sunray Ferti- are straight A students. The i» the young Swiss ballerina, Je- 'Jhe third difference sthuul. Everyone yu.^ through the lint eight graU.:s, lr.,t then Breaks both wrists when elevator falls Ledyard plant changes hands lizer plant began operation under the Hawkeye Fertilizer Corp. name Monday of this week. The Sunray plant has been leased to Hawkeye Corp. There will be no personnel changes according to information released by manager Fred Munyer. There will al UIV SULUfiUI. -"i omui-iiw. .u"~ i - — ... i • government pays for their col- j fine - Mane Aubert, who is fege training instead of the in-i known largely in trance, dividual person. Kathy HuriDurt is the daughter of the Eldon Hmiburts, who now live in Fenton. They returned this fall to the United States after a three year duty in Ger- HURLBURT COFFEE There will be a coffee for Mau- til Hurlburt, Swea City and democratic candidate for Representative, Monday night at the Alyx>i rreu muuvtu. mcic mu. «* v.*v%-* ». v j ., -- . - ~,-^ „ so be no change in products car-! many. Mr. Hurlburt, who is now'gona Moose Lodge. The public • • j retired after 21 years ia the Ar-,is invited tu attend. LeRoy Crapser, 67 of Algona, broke both wrists in an accident Monday afternoon in Algona. He was taken to St. Ann hospital and transferred to Mercy hospital at Mason City where the right wrist was opened and set Tuesday. Mr. Chapser, who has been working for Dr. J. B. Winksl on his farm, had come to t$wn and was helping load a corn elevator on a truck at the AU - gona Implement Co. whin th* machine fell on him. H* had a cut on his face. A daughter, Mrs. of Algona, has been care for him at Mason City.
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