Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1966
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Expected back from service in Viet Nam Wesley — Captain Tom Fpr- burger is expected in San Francisco, Calif., Nov. 13 from Sal* gon where he has served in, the army for one year. His wife Julia will fly to Denver, Colo., to meet him. They will spend several days at Colorado Springs before returning to Wesley and Algona, where they will spend his leave of one month. The young couple and their four • 'children will move to Colorado Springs where he will be stationed. ATTEND SERVICES Out of town relatives who attended the funeral of Joe Miller November 2 included the John Spanglers and Kenneth Spang- lers, Janesville, Minn.; Mrs. Francis Fox, Waseca, Minn.; Paul Sch- leusners, Forest City; Albert, Ronald and Dennis Yegges, David and Francis Yegge, Mrs/ Don Olson, Buffalo Center; Vaughn Hoovers, Burt; Bud Kermvas, the Harold Grandganetts of Garner; Donald Dornbicrs, Geo. Tushas, and Gary Hejliks of Garner; the Harold Hcebners and Charles Heebner of Rockwell City; Merlin Muggenberg, Storm Lake; Frank Kutz, Bernard Kmtzs, Clarence Kutzs, of Rockwell City; the Claude Heaths, Farnhanwille; Mrs. Anna Kutz, Fort Dodge; Cecil Gandy, of Cuba, Mp.; Eugene Gandy and the Francis Gandys, of St. Louis, Mo. Paul Millers, Who is in the navy and was in the Viet Nam area, came home for his father's funeral. He leaves Nov. 28 for S'an Diego where he will be stationed for several months. Cars In fatal accident COME FOR FUNERAL Out of town relatives who attended the funeral of Mrs. Anna Cink, 84, Nov. 3 included the Joe Maleks, Cleveland, Ohio; the George Schaffers and Steve Dv- oraks, Sioux Falls, S. D.; George Cinks, Parker, S. D.; Jerry Grays, Ankeny; Duane Cink, Ames; Ann Cink, Des Moines; the Harold Grandganetts, Plymouth; Jerry Barlows, Mary Lou, and Jim Grandganett, and Sylvia Cink, of Mason City; Cletus Hejlik, Britt Mrs. Irene Jackson, Mrs. Paul Mikes and Mrs. Harold Mikes, of West Bend. FIVE NEW MEMBERS The Wesley 4-H club met Nov. 5 at Dorothy Holdman's. Roll call was answered by 14 members. Initiation was conducted for Gloria Peters, Donna Peters, Kim Martinek, Verdella Janes and Marlene Janes. Plans were discussed for a Christmas party. Award night is Nov. 12 in the Methodist church. The new officers were installed." Barb Larson had recreation. Lunch was served by Dorothy and her mother. Diane Larson is reporter. )y Pioneer for 16 years here 1 nd is a very key man in the Or- 'anization. FINAL RITES FOR ANTHONY KLOOSTER Funeral services for Anthbriy Tony' Klooster,. 62, were held Monday afternoon at the Presbyterian church with ReVi Waier Morz officiating. Burial was made in East Lawn cemetery jvith McCullough's in clf.rge of arrangements. ' . Serving as pallbearers were ulen Rike, .Howard Lowman, Jerry Shey, Al Sage, Paul James and John Baas. He was born at Webster City on Sept. 12,1904, son of Karl and Rena Klooster. He was married to Lillian Morgan and they mov ed to Algona about 32 years ago. She died in 1958 and he was married to Helen Ernst on June 2 1962. He is survived by one daugh ter, Janice, Mrs. Harley Trout man Jr. of Burt; three step children; a brother John of Bel mond; sisters, Mrs. Albert John son of Waterloo and Mrs. Jen nie Hinderks, Kamrar. One sis ter preceded him in death. Mr. Klooster had been employ THUftSBAV, NOV. 10, ' * AL06NA (lowai • Over $5,000 Belmond Robert Siegler, National Representative, Disaster Division, American Red 'Cross, spoke at ,he local chapter meeting Mofi- lay evening. He explained the costs involved and the allocation of funds in the Belmortd area. Expenses were: medical and . , -. «iZ»^_« Mi*,., »«*« nursing, $664; occupational sup- mile sotith of Elrnore, Minn, and Almanac (Continued from Page 1) auction! at farm located one plies, $1350; emergency mater >al, $6,736; food and clothing maintenance, $13;119; building and repair, $7,820 and household furnishings, $13,740. Total dbsts as of the close of business Friday,- Nov. 4 were; $43,433. Contributions as of the above date were $56,873. It is expected that the total contributions will exceed that figure in the near future. Mr. Siegler stated that the cost per family was figured on a casework basis and Cross meets the that the Red need, but riot ne-half mile west on blacktop, ale includes coniblete line of machinery,' Wejlel & Wagner, uctioneers; First Natibnal Bank )f Elmore, Clerk, Full sale de- ails in {Monday's Advance. Nov.! 18—Edward Godfredson complete closing , out sale, at arm located 4 miles north, % mile west and %-mile north, o Bancroft. Sale includes three ractors and lots of good machinery. Quinm & Clark, auotionr eers; Farmers & Traders Saving* Bank, Bancroft, clerk. Full sale details! will be found in next THE FORCE OF impact of the two cars which crashed north of Luverne, Minn., killing one Algonan and injuring three others can be seen in these two pictures taken shortly after the crash. The Pioneer car is shown above and the South Dakota car, in which a 19-year old Sherman, S. D. youth was killed, is below. The Algona car struck the other machine almost broadside near the crest of a hill 3 miles north of the Minnesota town. AT STATE MEETING Mrs. L. Lease attended the 20th anniversary of state division, of the American Cancer Society at Des Moines Saturday. Other delegates representing the South Kossuith Chapter included Mrs. Ted Hoover Jr., Titonka, Mrs. Howard Sparks, Burt, and the Lyle Andersons, Algona. Both South and North Kossuth chapters received awards for havinig met their goals in educational work under the chairmanship of Mrs. Freda Clark, Algona. PUBLIC BREAKFAST Breakfast will be served to the public after each mass Nov. 20 in St. Joseph's parish hall. It is sponsored by the chairmen of the local D. C. C. W. to which all women of the parish belong, so donations of food for the event will be gladly accepted. The chairmen are Hazel Studer, Mary Bode, Maud Studer, Erma Kunz, Rita Youngwirth, Helen Johnson, Sally Studer and Eileen Johnson. The Will Martineks had as Suiv day guests, her nephew the Par- yl Adolfs, May aty, and the Harold Martineks. The Clarence Lilleskovs and her mother, Mrs. Ida Funnemark. college, Ardys Werner, Waibasso, Minn., and Karen Skilbrad, Buffalo Center, were weekend guests at Wilfred Becker's. Zeno Neuroth, Greene, spent the weekend at his sister 'Mrs. Nate Studer's. He has been unable to work for some time because of a back ailment. The Lou Simpsons moved on Monday into his mother Mrs. Chloie Simpson's house on east main street, which they have purchased. Mrs. Simpson is now living in Britt. The Larry Flaher- 'tys have purchased the Lou Simpson home in the north part of town and moved this week from the house just west of the Paul Flaherty home. The Henry Redeniuses were Sunday callers at Gerald Radig's Lone Rock. Prairie Neighbors Horriemakers met Tuesday with Mrs. Hazel Studer. Mrs. Rosemary Dornbier was assistant hostess. The members displayed their hobbies, and held an election of new officers The Herman Bodes had 3 ta bles of 500 Sunday evening. El mer Doughan won travel prize Other couples who attended were the Leonard Arndorfers, Augusi Studers, Herman Studers and Lou 'Licfcteigs. St. Joseph's Guild will meet on Nov. 15 in the parish hall. A tape recording of a speech given at the Diocesan D. C. C, W- meeting in Storm Lake last month, will be played. Margaret Root had her contract bridge club Thursday. Betty Bode and Mary Rockwood were guests. Mildred Arndorfer will have the. next party Nov. 17. Bernice Vitzthum will have * * Three injured men reported to be improving Three injured Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. men are showing improvement today at the Sioux Valley hospital at Sioux Falls, S. D., it was reporter by Perry Collins, who visited them Tuesday with Dave Strickland. Ed Sindelar, 41, and Delbtrt Moore, 30, are both still listed in critical condition but they are getting stronger. Sindelar's mind is clearing up Collins said, and he is fully conscious and has been since the accident Saturday morning at 6:15 p.m. which took the life of a fourth Pioneer man, "Tony" Klooster, 62, Algona. Sindelar, however, does not COAC d for eight years with the Pio- the loss. If a family is adequate- recall anything about the acci, dent. He has chest injuries ante possible internal injuries but junctured lung has filled ou again'- <,m.o.< •.,>. »•,-.•>» -j.-.ja •.-•.;» Mr. Moore has back injuries but Collins said he is "resting easier". The fourth injured man, Franklin Hagg, 25, is not in critical condition .but is still in ssr- ious condition and in a lot of pain. He also has back injuries but they don't seem serious. All are in the same hospital at Sioux Falls and their wives have been there with the men since Saturday. A number of close friends have visited them,the past few days. Mr. Collins said it will be several weeks before any are released from the hospital. Meantime, workers from the main Pioneer plant here have been transferred over to Collin's research department to help finish the picking of yield test plots. It was this work that took the four men on their fatal trip to Minnesota last week, Sindelar has been employed eer Hi-Bred Co. here and prior o that had been employed at !d's DX station and he also op- rated a small trucking business lere. He was an elder in the Presby- erian church. Good Neighbor deed recently at Lone Rock Lone Rock—Neighbors and friends picked corn at the Milford Mitchell'farm on Oct. 26th. Mr. Mitchell who is ill and hospitalized in Methodist hospital in Des Moines, got a helping hand with the harvesting 46 acres of corn. There were 15 men who brought equipment and worked until about 3 in. the 1 afternoon at the Mitchell farm south of Lone Rock. There was help from the distaff side too, as the women brought in food and fixed dinner ly covered by insurance,, they would have no need other than immediate emergency supplies which the Red Cross would furnish. He emphasized these points 1. There is no bill submitted to anyone at anytime for Red Cross services. 2, The family is asked where they normally trade and a dispersing order is issued for that store! At no time does Red Cross, dictate where the family should bUy. 3. Thej do encourage families to buy on the local market as quickly a the market can be restored fol owing a disaster. This serves t< •e-establish a trade area. The organization itself does not buy wholesale, but also buys on the ocal market wherever and whenever possible. 40th IMJ * ti *' Mf. atfci Ilk W4 served th^ verskty with art their hortw/Oti 3fl,, (Clara) Eisenmnnn, Ma Edward of Atttes. . They predated A dozeii red. roses and a cake baked atid dec; orated by Clara, ' ', «' Mrs. Oarl Stoll poured coffee, Mrs, .Gertrude Rtke, p* s /M«*n> dert Smidt, Mrs. John Rikej -Mr*; the Loren Hansert ^nd Mri,jp!attte Eisenmann were kitchen,) er*. ' "" "'• ' Carol Eisenmann had. guest book and .Marilyn- Rikfe opened the gifts. * ^ Quests were from Pine City, Rush City, Minneapolis,; and Minn., Spencer,-Swea Bart. Lone Rock, Bancroft, v -Falls, VIondajj's Advance, Nov. 19 — Household Goods Sale, % mile east of Whittempre on McGregor road; Estate iSJrte by Grace Ackerman, trustee, for Carlisle farm. Carrol Fraser is auctioneer. , ' Nov.; 19,—Public Auction of Edward Thilges on farm eight LOCALS Cheri Boeckholt and frienc Nannette Johnson, Redwood Falls, Minn, visited with her par ents the Walter Boeckholts, Al miles sWth, 2 miles west and % mile north from Algona. Sale begins at I p.m. with full line of John Deere machinery,, including three tractors and other items. Quinn and Kleve,, A»)e- tioneers, and Iowa State Bank; Algona, Clerk. Complete details in the Advance. . Dec. 8 — Mrs. Arnold Danielsen farm, located four miles ea,st of Algona. Complete closing out sale, plus 20 head of dairy cat- le. Ronald Peck & Raymond Spencer, auctioneers; Iowa State bank, Algona, clerk. Full details of sale in the Advance soon. 80% IN UNITED FUND Latest report on the Algona United Fund drive indicates ov er 80 per cent of the goal has been reached Tyesday, accord ing to Mrjg. George Allen., for the men. Mrs. Mitchell wais home between visits to Des tlpipgs, tV^he^e ,sh£ .has, been., stay rig"with her son! Sanford Mitchell while visiting her husband- The women were: Mary Schmidt, Eluth Schmidt, Laura Schmidt, Eh'za Rath, Florence Schroeder, Millie Hammerstrom, Luella Schadendorf, Shirley Habeger, and Laurie, Char Habeger, Christina Baxter. Pictured Men: left to right in picture, Duane Habeger, Leslie Baxter, Fred Schmidt, Herschel Hartman., Ralph Hammer strom, Alfred Schadendorf, Leo Schmidt, Bottom row; Art Zumach, Roland Baxter, John Person, Walk er Dacken, Ben Schmidt, John Rath. Not pictured; Ed Mitchell and Lawrence Rath. BAG DEER LIMIT Bancroft —Two Bancroft men, Art Ranger and Art Blocker bagged their limit of deer in a recent hunting trip to.Buffalo, S.D. They returned home Nov. 1. Ajgpnil, Tttp.nka, Cedar Rapids and Woden> lowal Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rike would like to say-Thank You to all the friends and relatives who honored them on their 40th wedding anniversary and for the- cards and gifts received. • ^ POSTOFFICE CLOSING ; The Post Office will ba closed oh Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Thiere will be no window service and no carrier deliveries in town or country. Incoming mail wlll.be worked to post office boxes and outgoing mail will be dispatched as usual. Special delivery mail will be delivered. There will be a clerk on duty distributing,mail rom 4 a.m. to 10 a.m. and from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. ^ Too Lalo To Classify gona this past weekend. Both are attending Mankato State College, c Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer wer« visited last week by their son Paul Jr. and wife and daughters Pamela and Kimberly, of Forest City. Mr. Palmer is working for the company that manufactures railers and campei-s. The family lad foriherly h'ved at Rogers, k., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth, for- ner Algonans now living at Vail vere dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Christensen at Mrs. lilton Dahl's Saturday evening. "'rom: here the Roths went to WANTED — Farm to rent;for 1967 due to our farm being sold. Good financial and personal references. Write Myron- May, Hardy, Iowa, or call 332-1687 or 332-2613. . 24w88-89 of Zumbrata. Minn., the funeral of Mrs. Minnie vorson at the Evwcelieal Free church Saturday. They were Satur<ta,v overnight quests of their brother and son, the Lester Bla- Mrs. Bob Johnson and Deanne were brought home Man*day from the Britt hospital where the infant was born November 3, TH® Johnsons have another her contract bridge club Saturday. The C. D. A. entertained officers and past Grand Regents of neighboring courts Nov. 8. The Legion Auxiliary asks for coffee certificates and for Betty Crocker and PiUsbury coupons, the latter to be used to purchase silverware for the Legion hall kitchen. They, are also reminded to bring "white elephants" for Bingo to be played at the Christmas party Dec. 7. Cart collide on Call slroai Improper hacking charges were $le<J against Pat Metzen, Algona hey car struck a. vehicle The G. -I Wilsons and Wilsons., BelmQfld, were S<und§y ' . i«t R. 1- Thf Ben WftgttpiPS. Fort were SmMjay firi}«4s of te mother Mil- Al Wagner and her HuFhflfljrt Al Wagner, a resident $1 tbt iM SjWitan home In " driven on S%st Shilliniton, o aboi4 noon Saturda street. The. Metzen . car hj4 |2jpQ in damage when i car Mary Jo Becker and two dass- ajt Mankato Commercial wai fetveUgg w Call. -Th Jajt,tep m^chn " |§0 in age. City EXPERT PRINTING THE ADVANCE FEATURING ALQONA HIGH HEAD COACHES WE'LL BE CLOSED ALL DAY to visit with brother Pete laag at the Good Samaritan rlome. lolfe on Sunday loth visited her Friday, Nov. 11 VETERAN'S DAY HOBARTON BRANCH OF WHITTEIIORE ELEVATOR IllllWil! BASKETBALL "HOWIE" STEPHENSON WIESTLMG "CHAMP" MARTIN- SATURDAY - KLGA Swap Your SpareSora . ~ .. • . ^sUMii SNOW TIRE! round, at these LOW PRICES! Extra Wheels Available! 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