Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 14, 1966 · Page 1
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Coffw Bnak V,' Th . § .r< •r flew from India for her wtd< ding to an Iowa heir, flew beck Immediately after the ceremony, • •. • I***"* «re demon* for culture; this pottcard report* an low«n soaked to the skin •» the Parthenon. ... If • candidate alms to air • TV campaign blurb a doMn time* ha ought to inject breath of humor. # * * Gap between the generations: A DM matron told a Greenwood school 3rd grader that in the same room Mike Cowies once long ago dunked her braids in her inkwell from his seat behind. ' "What," asked the undergrad, "is an inkwell?" • * # # With my Achille* tendon torn at tennit A sewed up with silver wire, my book palh, I've had to rely now & then on TV. The other night I »aw TV at its futile, pathetic, horrendous worst. Aa if its tedium were schemed. (Thank God I'm in the middle of 11 books!) Yet if I criticiie I must also offer a gem or two. , I mention modestly that I learned te fly in a Waco MplaHb the year before DOM A I were married, A some of our town's more modern pilot* argoed that the airplane hadn't been Invented that long ego. (Like Icarut, I have made a plan* of feather* A might wax.) / She asked to fly on my first solo, A thank God I didn't lot nor. .'••• '• *".#'.#/••::.''• NOOK ON MAIN STREET Our city is friendly Progressive & neat; The mayor is loyal, ' Our council discreet. Yet ohe tiling bugs me I'm fading defeat: All spaces to park : Arc across the street! —MAXINE CEDERBURG Creston # # # . . .Both patient* A doctor* praite DM'* Veterans Hospital A its staff as if it wore the Mayo clinic. . . . I wonder if high^schoobrs •till obterve the' line between necking and petting'. . .My red- haired daughter 'told me. "—lovebirds study our technique" . These 2 lovebirds don't seem quite authentic. Maybe they're the giant Tahiti species. They are fascinated by human love tactics; but they haven't seen anything let. ' , They might study the technique of Iowa' high-schoolers who go steady. * * # BANKERS DREAM Cart it be legal tender — That crispy green-guage stuff? Tender only when you have it; When you don't, it's tough! . —ELLEN. FENN R R 2, Washington * * ,* When Editor George Hanra- Jian. brings the new.. swimming "pool to the* dedication point at Ankeny I'll have to offer my backward flip-flop I do at my wife's Kappa Kappa Gamma parties . . . It helps keep us young; these ceremonies do nee'd a touch of comedy, . . . Every Iowa town needs a strenuous army style\ "obstacle course" for overweight men at 25c a try, or a tftme for the young. ... If Charlotte Ford were a coed at an Iowa high school or college, I'm told by Detroit folks who know her, she wouldn't be overburdened with dates. . . . Out in Linden Heights where we used to neck long ago there's now a new tennis court lit up for night play. Aiqono Ko^uth County it, -. •;:••.;iy, . , fAMerf m SMS* CMS* m*tW, DM. I, 1WI, •» *!***• lowo, SOSU |Mttoftic« uno*r Art ol Cor.™ March i. 1179 VOL. *4-NO. 99 MONDAY, NOV. 14, If* - ALOONA, IOWA i- 8 PAGES - 1 SECTION State Historical. Iowa ouy, "—tennis a dangerous game 1 " You didn't know so I'm cento- ting that • t«nni< injury put m« in th* hospital for ton day*. I turned too fast & too suddenly at the new DM Racket club (four magnificent indoor courts) and ripped my Achilles tendon, I won't be in shape for the 1967 Davis Cup matches, but I expect to play a lot of tennis this winter. # * # My $1,000,000 idea for TV: Choose 8 or 10 of. the best TV MC's, like Johnny Carson & Mike Douglas & Steve Allerv & Garry Moore & Jack Paar* & Ed Sullivan*, & let's have 8 or 10 programs a week with all of 'em as guests on each other's programs. It could be superb; or it could be disasterous. "Big of me to mention these two. Algona debaters win 8, lose 4 The following students from Algona high school participated in a debate tournament at Mason City, Saturday, Nov. 5: they are Kathy Morz, Dave Gertoer, Grog Powell, Connie Schult?, Jeff Allen, Brenda Sjogren, Leslie Braun, and Greg Perkins. In competition with 25 high schools, these students debated the question: "Resolved that the U. S. foreign aid program be limited to non-military assistance". In 12 debates; the local squad won 8 and lost 4. The detoate coacli is John Vint. atTitonkais dated Dec. 1 Titenka —Plans have been completed for the annual Christmas Fair, sponsored by the Titonka Federated club. The theme this year is "Holiday Happiness" and will be held Dec. 1, at the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka. There will be displays in numerous categories. Entries include baked goods, centerpieces and arrangements, Christmas can^ dies and candle holders, Christmas cards, placecards, favors, tablecloths, placemats, table settings, Christmas tree skirts stockings, and fancy aprons. There will also be ideas for novel gifts, decorations made ; by children, gift wraps, 1 tree ornaments, miniature trees, house and door decorations, religious emphasis items, outdoor decorations, etc. This event is free to the public and all are invited to attend and urged to enter displays. The Fair will be open from 1:30 to 9:30 p.m. A program will ba given at 7:30 p.m., followed by an evening tea. Refreshments will be served in the afternoon, also. Exhibitors are to bring entries to the church basement between 9 and 11 a.m. on Thursday. Those bringing baked goods should ihave them covered with saran wrap and include the recipe. Exhibits will be released after 9:30 p.m. and must be rs- moved then, unless arrangements are made with the chairmen. An added attraction for the first time will be an opportunity to buy some of the novel gifts and decorations from a special display table. Homemade candy in gayly decorated cans will also be for sale. Further information may be obtained from Mrs. Mark Iverson and Mrs. Paul Ferguson, cochairmen. Truck has $7,000 damage near St. Joe A Des Moines salesman escaped injury but his semi-truck had estimated $7,000 in damage Wednesday when he lost control on the icy blacktop and the machine went into the ditch and tipped over on its top. The accident occured 2 l /z miles north and % mile west of St. Joe about 2:15 p.m. Wednesday. Driver of the truck was Lawrence Christy, Des Moines, and the machine was owned by Ui© Harvey Foilen p r ov. Co. of that city. Deputy sheriff, Don Wood in vestigated for the sheriff's of fioe. TO HONOII SOSIITY Bod J. Ricklefs, son of the Arnold Rickjefs, Algona has been elected to Hermits, Grinnell College honorary society for men, wtoo have achieved high academic status during their freshman y«^r. A sophonMf» *t Griii- nell, Rioklefs is a 19J65 Algona high gjohooi graduate. Bernic Taylor rites; retired Burt farmer Burt—Funeral services for Berate Aaron.' Taylor, 62, of Burt, were held Saturday afternoon at the McCullough funeral chapel in Algona. Rev. Frank Harcey, pastor of the Algona Congregational church, officiated And burial was in Riverview cemetery in Algona. v Mr. Taylor died suddenly of a heart attack while in his car after a 6-car accident north of Algona. There, were no injuries in the mishap and IVIr. Baylor's car was only slightly damaged. He was borti 'fVsbtf. 19; 1904:at Ames, Iowa," v the. ( 'sons' of^Blttier' and Julia ;Tayio£.lH«l yikad 4 'lived about 55 years in the Algona and Burt communities, and farmed most ofhis adult life.;. He was married to the former Nina Doiege; TWo children survive: jRoger i>f } Des Moines and Marilyn, Mrs. Alex Rubtarto of Romney, V W.V. There / are also four grandchildren: Karen Lynn, Rubiaho, Mary Ann Taylor, Susan Lisa Taylor and Deanna Kay Taylor. Also surviving is a brother Otto of San Antonio, Texas, and a sister, Mabel, Mrs. Glen Stumbo, Blue Springs, Mo. Serving as pallbearers were Floyd Bacon; Michael v Long, Michael Scott, Magnus Lichter, Martin Meyer and "Leonard Dittmer. ..'•,•:, Conn elected industrial Bill Conn was elected president of the Algona ' Industrial Development Commission for the coming year at the meeting day held at the Metronics, inc. plant. He will replace this year's president Jack Ohrischilles. Dick Cook Wai (lamed vice president, Murray MoWers, treasurer and dill Steele secretary. A tour of the Metronics plant arid its new addition were included in the meeting. The annual meeting , of the stockholders of the Commission will be held this Tuesday night at 6:30 p.m. at the Algona Country Olub. •'';., Fast reporting in Tuesday election Use of the new voting-- machines in Tuesday's election made for much easier reporting than in the paper-ballot elec- Masons plan A special meeting of Prudence Lodge will be here Thursday night at 8 p.m. at the local hall. A third degree will be confirmed by past masters of Prudence; and other Masonic Lodges. The event will be preceded by * 6:30 p.m. dinner served by the Eastern Star ladies. Tickets may be .obtained from members and local Lodge reservations Should be in by tortight (Monday). All Master Masons are MIT!; vited. ........ , . , Eller underwent tions, Results of the election in «"££ • Earl Eller, 32 of Algona, derwenit abdominal surgery at Veteran's hospital in Des Moines Thursday as the result of a shoot* ing here; Octl 29; " Eller had been progressing well until early last week when he began to have internal bleeding. He received a great many blood transfusions early in the week and it was decided to operate oh Thursday in hopes of correcting the trouble. No report on his condition has been received as yet. ' : ' '.' ,. Meanwhile County Attorney Gordon Winkel said there is : ,a possibility the incident may be turned over to the Grand Jury Nov. 22 When, it convenes for its regular session during the term of district court. However, there is only a slight chance the case will be turned over to them, depending upon the condition of Mr. Eller and Kenneth E. Elwoou, 39, of Britt, who is stall reported semi-conscious and in critical condition with a bullet wound in his head at the University hospital at Iowa«'€HyV Wrestling Boosters club has meeting; The Wrestling Booster 1 club met Wednesday of last week at the high school annex. Coaches Martin and Nielsen gave a rundown on their respective squads, and both are very optimistic about the coming season. President Chuck Benson distributed Booster Club tickets to those attending, to be sold to anyone interested. Proceeds of these tickets go to finance various projects for the wrestlers, and also entitle the purchaser to the annual banquet after the end of the season. Anyone not already contacted may call Mr. Benson, if interested in purchase of one Four new county officers ANDREW REISING W. B. "Bing" McDONALD THE FOUR NEW Kossuth County officers elected last Tuesday are shown above. All will be sworn in for their terms of office on Jan. 3, 1967. .Treasurer Jorgenson and Recorder? Huber will be serving four year terms; Supervisor. Reising a three-year term; and County Attorney MacDonald a two-year OON JORGENSON term. All but Reising are Republicans. Re-elected as supervisor was Charles Plathe. Lawrence Newbrough is now the 1 only Republican on 'the 5-man Board of Supervisors while- Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and Clerk of Court Alma Pearson are the only elected Democrats. ••1,1 hospital Jan. 1 Adult night classes begin here Jan. 9 Kossuth were apparent by 10 p.m. where formerly few precincts reported prior -to midnight. First precincts to report were Union, E. Lone Rock and Burt all before 8:30 that evening. Others started pouring in and reports were delayed a few minutes at times while the auditor's phone was tied up. The ma- cliines are only on lease and now the board of supervisors consider purchase. will Ralph Elbwt lakm to hospital Ralph Elbert, local fire chief, was admitted to St. Ann Hospital Friday afternoon, with an undetermined chest ailment. Oxygen was administered upon his admission and he was still under oxygen on Saturday. As the Advance went to press, his condition was reported as much improved. season opens this Wednesday at Britt. Lakota woman's father dies Lakota — Tjark Krull, 69, father of Mrs. Dorothy Boehm of Lakota, died oi' a heart attack at his Buffalo Center home Thursday, Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Buffalo Center Reformed church with burial at Olena Mounds cemete.- He was born' Jan. 3, 1897, at Grundy Center and after marriage Dec. 21, 1922, he and his wife, Grace, farmed near Buffalo Center until their retirement in 1962. Besides his wife and the Lakota daughter, there are also three sons, 11 grandchildren, six sisters and two brothers. ONE BELOW ZERO The mercury skidded to one below zero Saturday morning for the first fall sub-zero reading '- The planning committee for the adult education program of the Algona Community School met on Monday evening, Nov. 7. •{She. major .Qbjective _was to develop an agenda of classes to be offered during the rest of the school year. • ; ; It is expected to begin most of the classes on or about' Jan, 9 All planning is tentative at this time subject to securing facilities, obtaining qualified instructors* and the development of possible course content. Serving on the planning committee this year are Mrs. Dr. J<ihn Schutter, Dick Godfrersen, Leighton Misbach, Frank King, Mrs. Don Meyer, Milo Kollasch, Bill Steele, Atha Hardgrove, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, Robert Laing, Lloyd Ashland, Mrs. Arthur Kohlhaas, James Andreasen, Mrs. Paul Puffer, Mrs. Dick McGinnis, Mrs. Clifford Etherington, and Mrs. J. F. Milder. Also assisting from the high school staff are Mrs. Janet Sow- Sorensen, Mrs. Diann Wischhof, ers, Kathryn Helen Kelley, and- driver' education. If there- is ' interest in •" any other adult class in addition to those suggested, v or. if ..there at Adolfo Franco, Mrs. Jane Nettleton, Ervin Van Haai'ten, Charles Ullom, Manuel Febles, Bill Langman, Richard Schneider, John Vint, and Adolph Knobloch. Course possibilities suggested by the planning committee arc beginning knitting, advanced knitting, beginning sewing, advanced sewing & alterations, upholstery, cake decorating, modern math, public speaking, speed reading, beginning typing, advanced typing, investments & marketable securities, southeast Asia and the modern world, general record keeping, shorthand, decorating your home, oil painting, creative crafts, and ceramics. Also, sculpturing with clay, general metal shop, woodworking, gunsmithing & shell reloading, beginning conversational Spanish, literature & drama, contemporary affairs, dealing with people, principles of insur- lay- aid, ance, women's recreation, men's law, red cross first any questions..; Call Elgin Allen, high school principal, or Frank Bruise, 295-3518, or write to Frank Brusie, Director Adult Education, Algona . Community High School. ,.:• Blind commission director to speak Kenneth Jernigan, director of the Iowa Commission for the Blind, will speak Tuesday noon at the Lions club meeting, and in the afternoon will speak at 2 p.m. at the high school and at 2:50 p.m. at Garrigan. He has been blind since birth. He is a graduate of Tennesse Polytech nic Institute, holding the record there for grades. He received a MA in English at Peabody College, Nashville. He taught several years and' in 1958 was named, director -of the Ibwa i commission. Wives of Lions wilt be giiests. Dutch Elm disease meeting dated . The public is invited to a meeting on Dutch elm disease to be on Tuesday, November .22 at 8:00 meeting room in the U.S.D.A. p.m. at the Extension Office Building, located in northeast Algona. The meeting" is sponsored by the Kossuth County Municipality League, reports League Chairman, Win. Finn. The meeting will include showing what the disease looks like, how it spreads and the three stops which a community can use to control the disease. WEED CONTROL MEETING A weed, insect and disease school sponsored by the Kossuth 'Extension service will bo held Friday, Dec. 9, at the V.F.W. hall from 9:30 to 3:15 p.m. Farm Seek another order to take over »The Sisters of Mercy, who have owned and operated. St ; Arm hos- pitalv;since:its construction, If years" ago, will leave the local hospital effective Jan. 1, 1967, it was announced this week. They have offered to retain 'their operations here under a paid administrator for a full year, however, 1 or until another religious order can assume the management. The decision was announced last Wednesday at a 'meeting of members of the hospital administration with representatives of the City of Algona -and the staff of doctors from Algona. Heading up the local citizen's group was Mayor William Finn. . The Sisters gave as their reason the lack of available personnel to operate St. Ann hospital. MEANWHILE, hospital authorities have contacted the Sisters of St. Francis of LaCrosse, Wis. in hopes this Order will take over the operation of the local hos : pital. .The St. Francis order now operates St.. Anthony's hospital in ' Free telephone calls to servicemen About 2,000 servicemen and women stationed overseas will be awarded a free three-minute telephone conversation with loved ones at Christmas — part of the 10th annual "Hi Mom" program sponsored by the Communications Workers of America and the United tion. Services Organize- Mrs. B. W. Bennett is steward of CWA Local 7106 which in- eludes members in Algona and six other north Iowa towns. The of units of the "community- minded union" that participates in the program across the nation, Mrs. Bennett said. Families wishing to win a free call should write a card or letter telling relationship of person they want to call and where he is stationed. Letters should be sent to CWA Local 7106 at 422 S. Wooster Street, Algona, Iowa, no later than December 5, 1966. Anyone with a son, daughter, husband or sweetheart overseas nett said "Mom will get top pri-! being sponsored by the hundreds ority." CWA represents more I of CWA Local units, the Interna- than Itional will finance 100 calls orig- 400,000 workers throughout the; inating from overseas — double country, many of them employ- i the number sponsored last year. ees of the telephone industry. The union has sponsored Hi- Mom programs, in cooperation with the USO, the last 10 years. Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara has lauded the program for making "a significant contribution to the high morale of our armed forces." CWA Local is one oJ! auuUrecls is eligible, although Mrs. Bi-n-! This year, in addition to rails Mrs. Bennett said that 25 of these calls will be made through the USO, with the cooperation of the Armed Forces, from troops stationed in the Viet Nam hotbed. Winners in the Local 7106 contest will be selected on Dec. 12, by a drawing at the local membership meeting. Representetives' of the group will visit Algona Thursday of this week to study the local situation and to see if they are interested in taking over the administration and operation of the hospital. The citizen's group was formed several weeks ago with the hope of helping to solve the difficult situation. Local doctors have also pledged their full support and cooperation in working out a solution. First official word that the local hospital was having problems came when the Advance, in an exclusive story Aug. 25, reported there was a strong possibility that the Sisters of Mercy would be leaving soon. Prior to that time, a number of Sisters, including the No. 2 Sister to the Mother Superior at Detroit, had met with lO'Cial doctors to discuss the situation. IF ANOTHER order of Roman Catholic Sisters is not persuaded to take over the operation, then only three alternatives remain. They are to either convert the hospital into a county hospital, a city hospital, or to close it up completely. A bond issue would be needed to transfer the hospital to 9 county hospital. There would also be a possibility that the hospital could be operated as 9 city hospital, as was the case at LeMars where a similar situation developed several months ago. However, there is some question whether enough finances would be available, because osf bonded indebtedness, for the city I to take over the operation. No. 14 — Everett "Jeff" Johnson forenoon, dairy auction of 35 head of cattle. Also some milk- ng equipment. Farm is located nine miles north of Spirit Lake. Webster and Clark, auctioneers; First National Bank of Spirit Lake, clerk. Full sale details in Advance last Thursday. Nov. 15 — Elmer Kubly farm sale, at farm located 5 miles east, mile north of LuVerne. Sale includes machinery and 20 ewes, plus'some household goods. Andersen & Kleve, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona,' clerk. Full sale details in Advance last .Monday. . , Nov. .16,-r Carl Christ-farm auction, at farm located one mile south of Elmore, Minn, and one-half mile west on blacktop. Sale includes complete line of machinery. Wedel & Wagner, auctioneers; First National Bank of Elmore, Clerk. Full sale details in today's Advance. ;•' J ' Nov. 17—William McKim closing out sale, at farm located five,, miles west of West Bend and then, 2Va miles south. Sale in- cludes'a full line of-farm.' rha-' chinery including three tractors! Quinn & Arnold, auctioneers, Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Full details in today's Advance. Nov. 18—Edward Godfredson complete closing out sale, at farm located 4 miles north, % mile west and '/a-mile north of Bancroft. Sale includes three tractors and lots of good machinery. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Farmers & Traders Savings Bank, Bancroft, clerk. Full sale details will be found in next today's Advance. Nov. .19 ^- Household Goods; Sale, %. mile east of-Whittemo're". on McGregor road..Estate sale by : Grace Ackerman, trustee, for Carlisle farm. Carrol Fraser is auctioneer. Nov. 19,—Public Auction of Edward Thilgts on farm eight miles south, 2 miles west and % mile north from Algona. Sale begins at 1 p.m. with full line of John Deere machinery, including three tractors and other items. Quinn and Kleve, Auctioneers, and Iowa State Bank, Algona, Clerk. Complete details in the Advance today. Nov. 26—Roy Kenne closing out sale, at farm located six miles east and % mile north of West Bend. Sale includes full line of farm machinery and 75 head of cross-bred hogs. Don Claude & Charlie Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, West Bend, clerk. Full sale details in paper today. Dec. 6 — Peter Plemel, complete closing out sale. 4 miles north, 1 :1 4 miles east of Lu- Verne. Sale includes 5 tractors, complete line of farm and hay ing equipment. Quinn and Kleve, auctioneers. Full details at a later date. Dee. 8 — Mrs. Arnold Danielsen farm, located four miles east of Algona. Complete closing out sale, plus 20 head of dairy cattle. Ronald Peck & Raymond Spencer, auctioneers; Iowa State bank, Algona, clerk. Full detajis of sale in the Advance soon. DATE CHANGE Wesley township Home-makers will meet witfc Mrs. f 7 *"* 1 ^** gaard on, Wednesday -, week instead of Tuesday as igiiuUly ' ' "* ^ f

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