Coffee ; . . My favorite highbrow: A college dropout; ht flunked c«L tutui, but he know* whet W mtan. A earn* $17,000 ytir. ; ' . ...Traveled lowan* teitify Hwt football hot-dog- in lewa Isn't any better than DIM at C«n•y liland or LA'. Iowa picnic. ... You can toll by the) drlv •r't facial axpraiiion whether Dad bought him tht »port* car or if payments aro ovardua. # # * Of the 4 dispensary doctors at Arizona State, one must always be on hand at every football practice; & often it's Doc Don Rodawig, who doctors at Okoboji summers. Can't they invent a suit of armor to protect these big lugs from bruises? Our pre-pro heroes! Eventually they're sold to TV at 11,000,000 a ton. * # # Sovaral Iowa lawyers think public spanking or whipping is the bast punishment for criminals A delinquents. But tho Supreme Court on Cloud Nine will decree spanking must bo limited to a rear area between the waist A knees, with a 4» ounce strap. AM share my feeble fire That I may warm myself At your flame , Before my last glow dies. •—EVE BROOKS , Farnhamville #, # * ... But the question is, could a nuclear genius cross the At' lantic faster on a big liner with a pound of fudge or a pound of licorice? '1500 damage as **• north of LuVcrne Damage was estimated at $1500 in a car-truck crash about 10:40 a.m. Friday one-half mile north of LuVerne. A truck driven by William Wolfe, West Bend and owned by Elmer Dole and a /• . ..':.. ^^ Aldona Ho**uth County I ..r;.;. 1 -"'. ; ; ' • : *- IriMMd a* HCOMl tlOM matter* OSt, 1i 1908, at Alflona, Iowa, 50311 pottoffle* unacr Act of Cenvcu March ft. 1179 VOL, 6o-NO. 17 MONDAY, NOV. 7, 1966 - ALGONA, IOWA - 14 PAGES IN 2 SECTIONS Stafce Historical Iowa CUty, ance Twenty more names added to , - t . .._•'... Viet Nam rolls "Christmas Cards To Viet Nam" first appearing in the Advance last week has generated a wonderful response both from relatives and friends who have sent in additional servicemen's names, and from local service organizations and individuals who plan to send Christinas cards. In addition to the 35 service men listed last week, the following are a ls^ serving in Viet Nam. her "—coeds crown tonnage . You live in the Brave World, where footballers must weigh 250 Ibs. A basketballers stretch to 7 feet. Do coeds really worship & wed these guys? Do cheerleaders hug & kiss 'em? Can you remember when fraternities used to hide their feob- ball heroes in the cellar en gala days? # # # BLITZED TEENER Sophistication' muddled baby eyes Stumbled on her extended lashes . . Pouted o'er her 'wounded'"*-' mouth Strutted across her tinted hair Sophistication stubbed; its toa : on her bubble^iinK^ —DON FISH ' Tripoli, Iowa ; * # '#•:.• •;••;-•" •'••'.- • In the heat ol the campaign one of the candidates has the questionable taste to call the Governor an ethnark. Imagine, an ethnarkl Seme governors have been ethnarks, but has Hughes? I doubt it. If that Iowa State prof were elected, unlikely as that is, he might be an ethnark, himself. #*•*••• Humboldt were involved. According to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, the 1965 Ford truck was traveling west and tailed to get stopped lor a stop sign, possibly because of faulty Drakes. The machine hit the 1965 Skow Ford which was traveling south. Both machines ended in the ditch, the Wolfe truck in tnej west ditch and .the Skow car in ;he east ditch. However, neither of the drivers was injured. Truck damage was about $1000 and the car nad $5001) in damage. Lindhorst filed charges, of failing to stop at a "thru' intersection against Wolfe. Algona man killed; two are critical in Minnesota crash Maahs, USS Wiltsie, ; J. T. Scab- Da, USS Hooper, Fvt. Darold D. Skiliing, SP/5 Norman L O'DeH, Lawrence T.^Bergman, ,USS iwb Jima, Rodney M. Alexander, N.F.A., Capt. Leo J. Farrell, A. L. Fish, Jr., USS Perkins. SP/4 Melvin A. Faber, Sgt. Larry W. Tennyson, A1C i Edward J. Rippontrop, Roger E. Baker, USS Brownson, David Johnson, USS Oklahoma City, PFC Daniel Inglett, .Gary B. Eichhorn, U.S. Naval' Support Act. and L/Cpl. ElDean E. Madetzke. W. O. Lyle J. Black and W. O. Rodney Priebe. Complete addresses.will appear in Thursday's Advance. HELLO Algona... News of families and newly married couples who have recently moved to Algona. "t Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Andreasen moved to Algona from the Burt area this fall when Mr. Andreasen retired from farming. They are living at 1020 E. State. Their son Warren is married and lives in Algona and theitf,Bother son Arnold lives in Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Andreasen are Presbyterians. * # # I know of 3 Iowa girls who chipped in to buy a $120 dress. At school they take turns wearing it to parties; holidays they take turns homing, with it. It packs a wallop; they smear the opposition. Maybe it's dangerous to trust these girls with such dresses till they're 40. # # # ... Something's fouled'up in a land whe're we pay 30 cents fer a tastless hot dog sandwich. Bad bun; outrageous sausage! . . . Memo to the Supreme Court: The murderer's victim had some rights too, remember? ... A walk in the woods with a pretty girl," says a Big, Ten alumnus, "is more fun than any Big Ten football game ever played." "—new version of famed scene" I've got a double spy in the Inner Circle of OM's art savants, and he slips me the info that this is an abstract version of the famous painting called "The Rape of the Sabme Wemen". You can almost tot the war. riors, you can barely see the women I Left drink a toast to a Botticelli version of a Brave New World abstract. * # # We could beautify 10,000 plain Iowa girls in a jiffy (like a 30r day short course) & J djemand that LBJ shell out 10-blllion instantly. Of course, |t could be dojie for nothing if the girls would simplify their hair-do, $4an4 up straight, pull theii; shoulders back, hold their chins up, and assume anamiEble and ' intelligent facial expression. * * # ' Losing her cool Only smoldering now. Come closer, class; Mr. and Mrs. George Hiveley came to Algona about a month ago from Spirit Lake. Mr. Hive* ley is a contractor. The family lives at 132 E. Stats. There are two children: George, 4, and Jeff, 2. The Hiveleys belong to St. Cecelia's church. # # # Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McAfee have been living at 416 E. Call since their move in-mid-October from Harlan, la. Mr. McAfee is the meat department manager at the new Swanson store. He and his wife have two sons, Kurt, 5, and'Damn, 3. They go to the First Christian church. # * * Mr. and Mrs. Charles McEldoon oame to Algona from Clear Lake last month. They live at 1315 E. Lucas. Mr. McEldoon manages Marshall and Swift, Inc. The Me- Eldoohs have two sons, Danney, 3, and David, 2. The family belongs to the Lutheran church. # * * Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pierson are living at 712V 2 W. Nebraska. They came to Algona from Sheldon in September, Mr. Pierson is assistant manager at Graham department store. The Piersons are Quakers. # # -x- Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butterfield moved here from Livermore in October. Their home is at 218 W. McGregor, Mr. Butterfield works jit Weidenhoff; his wife works at Welp's in Bancroft. The Butterfields belong to Trinity Lutheran church. They have four children: Dorothy, 21, Albert, 18, Roy, 15, and Leola, 3. # * # • Mr. and Mrs. Penny Newbrand are living at the Hilicrest Trailer Court. They came here from LoMars in mid-August. Mr Newbrand is a coach at Garrigan. He and his wife belong to St. Cecelia's church. # * * Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maahs moved to Algona from Whittemore this summer. They live at J09 Nl Phillips. Mr. Maahs is assisting foreman for the Milwaukee railroad; Mrs. Maahs works Sentral high school, and his wife teaches high school physical education. . * * • * ' Mr. and Mrs. .Roger Burt came here from Beatrice, Neb., in August 'Theyar&»llviiig;avt 125 W. Kennedy. Mr. Burl is sates representative for Standard Oil and his wife teaches a Fort Dodge Community College They are Methodists. * * * Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Hoyey live at 919 Diagonal. They came here in September when Mr Hovey completed his time in th service. He is employed by Weid enhoff. The couple belongs t the Regular Baptist church: * * # Mr. end Mrs. Tom Dennis hav been in Algona about tw months. They formerly lived ii Fort Dodge. Their address is 504 S. Minnesota. Mr. Denni started the T & E Roofing Com pany here, and Mrs. Dennis works at Weidenhoff. They have one son, Ricky, one year old. * «• * Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ness are living at 125 W. Kennedy. They moved to Algona from Rantoul, 111., in August. Mr Ness is feed sales manager for Welp's in Bancroft. They have a son, ! Kim, 11, and a daughter, Gina, 4. The family belongs to Trinity Lutheran church. attracts kids Driver of other car also dies in crash Two men were killed, two others are critical and fourth was badly injured in a two-car crash involv ing four Algona employees of the Pioneer Hi-Bre|i Seed Corn Co. north of LuVerne, Minn, early Satui day. Killed was Anthony J. "Tony" Kloostcr, 62 of A! gona. In critical condition late Saturday mornin were Edward Sindelar, .41, and Delbert Moore, 30, of Algona. A fourth man, 'franklin Hagg. 25 of Algona, is in serious condition at the Luverne Community Memorial hospital. ' ' M The crash occurred about 6:15 a.m. three miles north of Lu- verr\e in front of a small chapel along highway 75. The four men are employed with the research department of the Pioneer Co. here under the direction of Perry Collins. They had worked in Minnesota since Monday, harvesting test plots in that area. Sindelar was the driver of the 1965 Chevrolet which was owned, by the Pioneer firm. 85, rites Friday FUN, GAMES AND FOOD were on the agenda for kids Monday night at the Algona Lions' annual Halloween party, attended by hundreds of youngsters at the Athletic Park. Proceeds from the recent sale of light bulbs were used to pay for the event. Top picture shows Maynard Miller and Bill Dau Jr. at left feeding some hungry young boys. Photo below shows Ted Chrischilles in the midst of judging costumes. at Weidenhoff. children, Scott, They have two 4, and Tara, 2. The family belongs to the Whitteiftwe L&^heraii church. •* t * Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hanson, jr., lived in Pocahonfes, Ja,, before coming to Algona earlier this fall. They are now a* tfee HU1- crest Trailer Court. Mr. Hanson ajosd roaches at Featoo Forest City man purchases local service station James W. Sloter; Forest City, has purchased the service station and bulk oil business and leased the property of the Blue & White One-Stop from Carl Nelson, it was announced this week. Mr. Sloter has been in charge of truck maintenance for Winnebago Industries at Forest City prior to coming to Algona. He took over 'the local operation Nov. 1. He is married and he anc his wife have two boys, ages, 3Vz and 8. The family will move to Algona around the first of the year. Mr. Nelson purchased the Kossuth Oil Co. and moved tlie operation across the street several years ago. He has not as yet made arrangements on the Blue & White Cafe. Mr. Nelson said he will be leaving in a month or so for Election dated Tuesday n New York City and will return to the refining business, with Which he was associated prior to coming to Algona. The family will remain in Algona, until school is out. He does not know where he will be located, after his New York training is com- County races highlight the local scene The sound end the fury of politics will subside tonight as candidates await the decision of the voters in tomorrow's election. It has been one of the harder- fought eleotion? in Iowa's history, and polls seem to indicate republicans will' stage at least ( some comeback from the deba-1 cle of 1964 when Goldwater and i Hultmjan led a downward plunge for the party. Both parties have put up strong fights for the voter's favor, and for the first time republicans are conducting an active campaign to unseat democrats in the Kossuth courthouse. POLLS INDICATE Jack Miller, Republican incumbent, will have a good edge over E. B. Smith, democrat, for U.S. Senator. They head the two tickets this year. Polls also indicate that Wm. Murray, republican, has made some gains over Governor Harold Hughes in recent days. However, the polls indicate the edge to Hughes which may lull some democrats into inaction and may prod republicans into voting. The balance of the state ticket sometimes is "the tail going with the hide" with the gubern ixtorial candidate dragging the other state officers in on his Speaker for William D. Guthrie, Webstei ity, will give the main address the annual observance Veterans day here Friday. Mr uuthrie served in the Pacific with fast carrier taks forces. He Is now practicing law at Webster City. He is a past state commander of the Legion and is now chairman of the Americanism Commission. There will be a special radio program over KGLA at 3:45 p.m. this week Wednesday for Veterans day. >ublicans in. For lieutenant-governor Robrt Fulton, democrat, is opposed by Max M. Mills, Marshalltown •epublican, who has been a state senator and has many i'ol- owers in the state. BIG FIGHT IN THIS AREA is between Wiley Mayne, repub- ican, against Stanley Greigg, democrat, both of Sioux City. It is believed Greigg will have big labor union vote in Sioux Oity which Mayne will have to overcome with republican majorities in the rest of the district. Few commentators give the nod to either one-rating it a toss-up. There are candidates on 1'our other tickets-National Prohibition, Peace Independent, American Constitution, and Iowa -but few expect any of them to get more than a scattering of voles. ALSO KILLED in the two-car crash was Harold D. Meester, 19, Sherman, S. D. Mr. Sindelar was described as in "critical" .condition at the Luverne hospital with chest injuries. He was pinned • ;v inv the^wre'cjcage ^.of thV ^ar 1 ; "'and had^tb^ be"pri*d out* by investigating officers who included the deputy sheriff there and the highway patrolmen. Also pried from the wreckage was Mr. Hagg, who had deep face cuts. He was being x-rayed at the hospital late Saturday morning. Mr. Hagg had to be taken out through the windshield. The fourth member of the party, Mr. Moore, was described is in "critical" condition late Saturday morning with a possi- )le broken back. He was trans- 'erred immediately to the Mc- (innon hospital at Sioux Falls, D., which is nearby. THE AUTHORITIES said Sindelar was driving. The Iowa car was traveling north on highway 75 and the South Dakota car was coming from the north. The deputy sheriff told the Advance Saturday morning the Sindelar car hit the other broadside and apparently Services for John Farrow, 85, of Lakota were Friday at the T;i- conka Methodist church at Titonka. j Burial will bo in the, Greenwood cemetery at Bancroft, i Mr. Farrow died Tuesday at the St. Ann hospital in Algona. He was born Sept. 14, 1881, at Hungry Hill, 111., and farmed in the Lakota area. t ,•:'•' ' ' . ' . t Survivors are his wife, Maude, and eight sons: Orville of Ban- , croft; Melvin, Lawrence, Ben and Donald of .Lakota j Milton of ^ Algbna, Maiiric ; e', : ' :;? Minriieap6lfs7' > ' There are seven daughters, Florence, Rose, Mrs. Jake Gigle, Mrs. Gene Kessel, Mrs. Larry Lappe, and Mrs. Alfred Hellman aill of Lakota, and Mrs. Ronald Burt of Swea City. Also there are two brothers Harry of Bancroft and Richard of Sauk. Center, and 29 grandchildren and'9 great-grandchildren. . car the South Dakota car was skidding down the highway, possibly sideways. Both machines were completely demolished. Mr. Klooster is survived by his wife, Helen, and one daughter, Mrs. Harley Troutman Jr., of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Collins left almost immediately after the notification of the accident, about 10 a.m.. with several of the wives for Luverne. Whittemore man gels lifetima membership Whittemore—Lawrence Peril, Whittemore, was honored with lifetime membership in the American Legion here at the regular meeting last week. The membership was presented by Bill Goetz, 8th District Commander and "Bud" Anderson, Algona, .. ; • i Whittemore couple's grandson missing Whittemore—The grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burke of Whittemore is missing in action in Viet Nam since Oct. 19 it was learned this week. He is Michael Burke, son qf Mr, and Mrs. John'Burke of Chicago. He has been a member of the Marine Corps for the past two years. ooattails. However two old- timers are on the republican ticket, Melvin Synhorst for secretary of state, and L. B. Uddy for secretary of agriculture. They have had a good following in the past and may upset the democrats. If so they may drag other re- FOR THE FIRST TIME in many years both republicans and democrats in Ko>suth have a full county ticket to present to the voters. For state rcpresentat'va there are two farmers co.iv;r.Unng-- Karl Killsholm and Mant.l llurl- burt. Hurlburt is from the Swea City area and Killsholm from the Wesley area. Both have families and both have served on various committtees and groups. Two long time courthouse democrats officers are opposed this year. Rosella Voigt, democrat, is being opposed by Don Jergenson, republican, for courir ty treasurer, who at present is employed in the county auditor's (Continued on Page 6) Algona youth escapes as train strikes his car Tom Claude, star Algona high school athlete, narrowly escaped serious injury about 5:35 p.m. Friday night when his car was struck by the Northwestern freight train at the Diag-i onal crossing. Claude, 17 and son of Mr. and Mrs. John Claude, ~.vas: returning home from basketball practice. He told city police, who investigated, that he did not see the southbound: train until it was too late to stop. The 1965 Chevrolet he was driving skidded about 22 feet and was struck near the front; end by the train. \ The impact turned the car around and formed a deep* "V" in the front end. Claude was not thrown out and had; only a bump on the head to show for the crash. The train; was traveling about 10 miles per hour. James Ralston, Eaglej Grove, was the engineeer. It was dark at the time of the acci-j dent. The train continued down the track about 80 feet be-! fore stopping. ! The car was owned by Tom's father, who is manager* of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. here. Tom was aj fine linebacker on the Algona high school football team tbid fall and last week was named to the No. 2 All-Conference! team. He also helped Algona to the state basketball ment last spring as a guard. '!! V • HI '
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