Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1966
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CHICK TH1 ADS CAMFULLY 'CAUII , , . 15 free turkeys to be given away Fifteen free turkeys will be given away this weekend to readers of the Advance newspaper, com* plimerits of a like number of Algona merchants. The names of the lucky winners, one in each advertisement, will be found in ads for the following firms in Algona: Bjustrom's Furniture, Tom's Radio & TV, Chrischilles Store, Penney's, North Central Public Service, Honsbruch Drug, Grahams, Harrison's, Read's Furniture, Fareway Store, Coast-to- Coast, Sheakleys, Frederick Hardware, Hub Clothiers and Ron & Jack's. There is nothing to buy. Just bring a copy of the ad witfi your name in it to the sponsoring Algona firm and identify yourself. You'll receive a gift certificate for your free turkey which you can pick up this weekend. Deadline for winners to identify themselves at the local stores is 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26. Stafcu Historical Sooiaty Aldono K ^^^^•^^••i^ ^ •^••••Mi^iBaM'MBMMtfH' 1 ' 1 ' W ot Meond eloti motWf, 0«|t. 1, 1W«, at fow* VOL, 66—NO. *y*HlM uiww A« of Cor»r«u March i. 1179 THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1M* - ALOONAr IOWA unty •MMHMHIHHMMI/•• 22 PAGES IN 3 SECTIONS Seek election for new high school building Petitions are being circulated by a citizens advisory committee asking the school board to call an election on issuing $1,500,000 in bonds for school construe tion.. The proposition is three-fold First, a new- senior high schoo would be built on the location ADVANCE ALMANAC Walker, Algona, no operator's icense, $10. NEW CARS AND TRUCKS BUILDING PERMITS Wendell Jergenson, enclose entry way;, Elizabeth Platt, gar age. ALGONA MARKETS Corn :____.j_ $1.21 Beans $ 2 - 88 Oats -— 65c ST. ANN BIRTHS . . i, N OV . 18 — Mr. and Mrs. John Roeder, Algona, boy, 11 Ib. Nov. 21 — Mr. and Mrs. Char les McCabe, Algona, girl, 6 Ib 12 oz. WEDDING PERMITS Richard E. Johnson, Swea City, Catherine L. Feclderson, Fairmont; Darwin A.,Leek, Virgean Bicrstedt, both Algona; Robert A. Burtls, Mary K. Welch, both Algona. ALGONA WEATHER High Low Nov. J6 v i—----4-- 60 ; 33' Nov. 17 .__-_':_-;l- 57 -36 Nov!l8 - 40 20 Nov. 19 —- 42 -10. Nov. 20 ___ 48 22 Nov. 21 51 27 Nov. 22 — 43 NEW COURT CASES Howard Miller vs. Virginia and Gary Dodds, damages, $10,000; Corinne Miller vs. Virginia and Gary Dodds, damages, $25.000; Four damage cases against Virginia and Gary Dodds by Howard Miller for sons Jeffrey $10,000; David $5000; Mike $5000 and Curtis $5000; Mid-America Mqdical 'Supply Co. vs. Ev. Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, account, $321.77. MAYOR'S COURT Rogor Eehrends, Ringsted and Robert Kennedy, Armstrong loaded and assembled gun in car on highway, $25 and costs; John L. Torkelson, Livermore, speed ing, $7; Eugene Studer, Rodman speeding, $7; David M. Torkel son, Thor, speeding, $8; Rutl Russell, Whittemore, improper backing, $10; Arnold Lallier, Al gona, speeding $7; Tom Samp son, Algona, intoxication, $25 Donald DuBois, Council Bluffs careless driving, $10. ST. ANN HOSPITAL , 16 — Mrs. Delores In man. Bancroft, medical; Charles Glasscock, Algona, medical; Lillie Bestenlehner, Algona, medical. Nov. 17 — Ruth Shierk. Algona, surgery. Nov. 18 — Louisa Murphy. Algona, medical. Nov. 19 — Jra Bonnet, Algona, medical; Leora St. John, Algona, medical, Nov. 20 — Julie Ann Knecht. West Bend, medical; Ben Faulken, Algona, medical. Nov. 21 — Darlene Kirsch, of Wesley, surgery:* NORTON COURT Joyce A. Reutzel, Burt; speeding, $10; Leonard E. Peterson, Swea City, speeding, $10; Michael K. Davis, Swea City, speeding, $10; David E, Bunkofske, of Burt, speeding, $10; George L Pert, Armstrong, speeding, $9 Harlan A, Haysen, Raymond Minn., speeding,'-$2,2; Myrle A Ely, Fairmont, Minn., speeding $8; Michael P. Sehrouth, of Ran croft, speeding, $14; Peqni? J Simmons, Bancroft, speeding $20; Joseph L. Wtthelnai, Story Wyo., speeding, $16; Djvi4 ; JCollasch, .Bancroft, speeding, |8 Gerald F. Sprong, Pelavin, Min nesota, speeding $9; Albert L Ruth Eliz. or Arlan A. Bergstrom, Algona, Mobile Home; Verle Arthur or Velma Jean Nelson, Titonka, Chev. p/u; Algona Implement Co., Algona, Int'l. trk. (2); Lee & McGuire, Lone Rock, Chev. p/u; Wendell Ray Ringsdorf, Burt, Chev. p/u; Larry Allen Hinkley, Burt, Chev.; Welp Hatchery, Bancroft, Chev.; Richard Arthur or Esther Mae Smith, Wesley, Chev.; Paul John Bernhard, Fenton, Chev. p/u; Wm. Dean Beemer dba Beemer Well Drilling Co., Lakota, Chev p/u; Sylvester Goraczkowski, of Armstrong, Dodge p/u; Wayne James Rock, Swea City, Ford p/u; Albert Louis Metzger, Lone Rock, Chev. Harold F. Kuchen reuther,. Algona, Ford; Matthew Jos. Streit, Algona, Ford. Henry A. Hefty, LuVerne Plym.; Frank Bentele, Swea City Dodge; George Peter Illg, Bode Chev.; Henry Herman Lauck Sr West Bend, Chev.; Mrs. Jessi Fehr, West Bend, Chev.; Russel Evans Miller, Ringsted, Chev Alphons Peter Erpelding, Algo na, Chev.; Walter Henry Fried rich, Algona, Rambler; Elain Joyce Guerdet, of Armstrong Plym.; Stephen Francis Brandenburg, Armstrong, Pont.; Henry Carl 6r P. A. Van Hove, Titonka; Chev.; Welp Hatchery, Bancroft, Chev.; Wm. Francis or Patricia already purchased in the south- ast part of town. Second, the Jertha Godfrey school in the ast part of town would be en? arged. This is where the fu- ure increased grade load is an- icipated. JoAnn Hardcopf, of LuVerne, hev.; Claude or Josephine Rurk, Algona, Chev.; Carlyle Ardin Jngelby, Ledyard, Chev.; Robert Guy Beemer, Lakota Buick. Grace Mclntyre, 86, dies here Sunday And third, the present high chool building would be remodeled for use by 6th, -7th and 8th ;rades. All buildings are now crowded and with the expected increase in enrollment the present acilities will be over extended. \lso many new school study,additions are coming for better education a.nd the present plant just does not have facilities. The present high school was built in 1930 and has served well up to recent years. ,•It is anticipated the election will be called around January 30 when the petitions are presented to the school board. Sindelar to be flown home for Thanksgiving The Ed Sindelar family of Al eona hoped to get the, nicest Thanksgiving blessing they could lope for — the 'return of their uisband and father for the holiday! Information early this week indicated that Ed Sindelar, Pioneer Hi-Bred man who was critically injured in a crash near Luverne, Minn, on Nov. 5, would be released from the hospital Wednesday. Meyer's conitloi worsens; now is "criMeal" •; The condition of Arnold M«y«r, 51 of Aloona, who wti injured Jn • ear-train crow, which took tho llfo of 71-yo«ri old RUM Cook of Akjont naar Spirit Lake on Saturday, Nov. 12, it now lltted at critical it the Dickinson County hwpltal •t Spirit Lake. According to hU wlfo Tuesday, ho hid boon doing well until last Saturday, whan do* layed thock «ot in, tripjtrinf • heart attack Saturday \ •Wof- noon. It i« alto thought, Ho might havo internal injuria* and ha it now listed In "eritL cal" condition. Car hits pony, driver injured; eraeh near Bart A Ldvermbre woman, 29-year old Roselk: M. Konkel; suffered Court term DOS '.-....'•.••• — ...... • — to death; 30 cases docketed i ' * •. • * ' . .-• • • —— — —— —— ~~ ~~~~ Cases listed New Sears store to open for j||ry tria , . . ; • t » ' for court term injuries^;*;hand and facial Grace Mclntyre, 86, died at he Good Samaritan Home here Sunday, Nov. 20. She had been resident there for about six nonths. Only close area survivors are two nephews, Leighton Misbach \lgona; Lawrence Misbach, Des Moines; and Mrs. Carl Spies, Em •netsburg. Miss Mclntyre taughi school for 35 years in PWro TH Funeral services for her were Held in the., McCullough chapel Tuesday afternoon with Rev. Frank Harcey officiating. Burial was at Clarinda, Iowa. She was born at Hastings, Neb. on Dec. 31, 1879, the daughter of James and Sarah Mclntyre. His employer. Perry Collins, was to have chartered an airplane at Sioux Falls and Mr. Sindelar would be flown home Wednesday afternoon. He has been showing remarkable recovery from severe chest orations Sunday about 6,p.m. when the car she was driving struck a pony just northeast of Liivermore. / She suffered a broken -finger on her left hand and head lacerations! Her car, a 1963 Chevrolet, had $750 in damage when It struck the pony and then went out of control and into thei ditch. Patrolman Tom Cogdall investigated the mishap and he also checked another Sunday two miles south and one west of Burt about moon. A oar driven by Merwyn Cunningham, Burt, collided with an auto driven by J. G; Graham, also of Burt, Mr. Graham was charged with failing-to yield, the right-of-way when he came oul of a farm drive in the path oi the Cunningham machine, wfticl was travelUigioji.a.cdunty-n>»dia Each car Tiad about $500, in damage but neither of the driv ers was injured. Winners of Foster stamps named Free Gift House Stamps a warded during the Foster gold en anniversary sale went to: THE NEW SEARS, Roebuck & Co. Catalog Store in Algona will officially open for business on Monday. Nov. 28, it was announced this week. The store, the interior of which. is pictured above, is located in the Bjustrom building located just west of the^ Rusk Drug Store. Grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremonies for the firm will be held at 9 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 8. The event will include door prizes, free gifts and special prices, and a grand opening advertisement will appear in the Advance Dec. 5 announcing the event. — _ Over 140000 items will be available through- the Sears catalog department, it is announced Display items will include appliances, tires, batteries, water heaters and softeners, TV sets, stereos, toys and a full line of carpeting. Orders for merchandise isted m the current Sears catalog can be placed through the local store, Five deliveries weekly will be made to the local store from the Minneapolis headquarter^. : ,,^ ,•.• . t ;7 :~V' W - K .'.•„„ A total of 1800 square feet of floor space is included in the local store with about half used for sales and display and the other half ior, office space and storage. Ihe; building n?o5l^^^ W alt zehtner did:jhfe-carr- work Pratt Electric Co. the electrical work, Laing Plumbing & Heating the plumbing and He is a native of Wayerly, is a graduate Court proceedings, this week were postponed due to a 'death in the family of Judge Richard Cooper, who is scheduled for this term. Grand jurors, supposed to neet this week, were advised hey would be called if needed. Petit jurors are to come next Monday morning at 10 o.'clock for trials. Criminal charges are scheduled to be heard against the following defendants during the term: Robert R. Miner, Richard Dornbier, Thomas J. O'Leary, Luther, Fairbanks Jr., James Frank Smith, Larry. Ai Strain, Russell R. Rentz, Gary Dodds and Marvin Grisham. Jury cases listed for trial are: Keigan vs. Aillaud, damages. Sankey vs. Skow, damages. Edgington vs. Origer, damages. Johnson vs. Shottenkirk, dam- ges. e the store manage, of Wrtburg College and is married with one son. .> internal injuries in a crash and should he return home on Wednesday, it is believed he will remain at home to recuperate. Good news was also reported on the other two injured men, Franklin Hagg and Delbert Moore. Both are receiving therapy at the Sioux Falls hospital and are expected to be brought home soon. They will continue to take therapy here after their return. ftrst prize of 15,000 stamps, Mrs. Gladys Lauks, Ledyard; second, 10,000, James Daugherty, Algona; third and 'fourth, 5,000 each to Arnold Gade, Whittemore and Mrs. Warren Hankins, Bode; 5th, 3,000 stamps, Peter Koenck, of and 6th, 2,000 stamps, Delores Hilbert,. Algona. For iach 50th person entering the store 500 stamps went to Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher and Lena Haase, Titonka; Hazel Anliker, West Bend; Mrs. Fred Hough, Rodman; Mrs. Robert Banwart, Cylinder; Mrs. Arden Doocy. of Whittemore; Maud Petry, Fairmont; Fred Geigel, Bertha Long. John Meyers, Herb Haas, and Mrs, Shirley Cubit, Algona. Orphans after fatal crash THi THRU LITTLE Fort Dodge youngsters, orphaned when their parents Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ciucyfc were killed in a highway crash south of Algona as well as their-older brother, Roland, 12/are shown recuperating at St. Ann hospital. They are, left to right, Krista, 8, Susie 4, and Werner, "10. ' Over $1,100 ha.s been collected for a trust fund for the children at Fort Podge and money is afcp coming into a local fund being handled by the Iowa State Bank. You can still help these youngsters; hjye » happy holiday by sending your contribution to the local bank-About 20 offers of adoption have come in according to Father David McGoey of the Holy Rosary church at Fort Dodge. Night-Owl square dance Saturday The Algona Promenaders wjll host their 3rd annual Night-Owl square dance Saturday. Dancing will begin at 9 p.m. at the VFW hall and end at 5 a.m. Warren Howies, Grand Junction, and Cliff Haley, Indianola, will be calling. All square dancers and spectators are welcome. Ledyard teacher dies suddenly; rites Wednesday Swea City — James Hem- Martin, 25, died suddenly Mon day night at Holy Family hosp tal, Estherville. Mr. Martin wa English and speech instructor at the Ledyard school. He was born Oct. 9, 1941 at Lamoni, son of Mr. and Mr.v Don Martin. He attended school in Lamoni and graduated from Swea City high school with the ilass of 1959, and University of Arizona. He was a member of he National Honor Scholastic ;ociety there. Survivors are his parents, Mr and Mrs. Don Martin, i-'wea City brother, .fohn, Iowa City, and bree sisters, Mrs. Ray Larson ,-atricia). Kettendorf; Mrs. Robert Coakley (Karen), Chicago ind Mrs. Kerry Jansen, (Mary Ann), Clinton; two grandfathers. Clarence Martin, Albia, and L. T .|. Edmunds, Lamoni, also twr, nieces and two nephews. Family services were held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Barnes funeral home. Public services were at 2 p.m. at the Methodist church with burial in Harrison township cemetery. LARRY BUHR Algona stores open 12 nights Algona retail stores will be open 12 nights in December for the Christmas shopping convenience of the trade area. Stores will be open Friday nights, Dec. 2 and 9, as usual, and then will be open Monday through Friday nights, Dec. 12 thru Dec. 16 and Dec. 19 thru Dec. 23. HIGH OF 64 TUESDAY A near-record high of 64 de- tirees was recorded in Algont Tuesday. Anna Steven, 85 of Algona, dies Saturday Mrs. Harvey (Anna) Steven, 8.' of Algona, died Saturday at St Ann hospital. Funeral services for her wen icld Tuesday afternoon at th Methodist church here with Rev. William Noland officiating. Burial was in the LuVerne cemetery with the McCullough funeral home in charge. Serving as pallbearers were Glenn Gabrielson, Rex Taylor. Ed Mino, Leander Seefeld. Herman Wise and Bryan Asa She was born Anna Jane Wer- mersen, daughter of John and Frances Wermersen, at Flannl- gan, 111., on May 1, 1881. She was married to Harvey Steven at Corwith Sept. 4, 1901. Ho survives as do three children: Pearl, Mrs. Evert Hodgin, Alden; Leo, Algona; Everett, of Sexton, Two sons and one daughter — Lloyd, Wilbur and Wilma — preceded her in death. There are also two sisters, Mary, Mrs. Lloyd Muckey of Algona, and Mrs. Ida Comp,-Winterset. She was a member of the Methodist church and WSCS here for many years. Duncan vs. Struecker, damag- s. Whittemore Co-op, vs. Trout- nan, account. Loss vs. Scott, damages. Johnson vs. Merron, damages. None-jury cases triable before the judge listed for-this .term are: ' v McGuire vs. Kiburz, .contract. •Youhgwiiitli>,vsiAdams, lease. i Pullman Inc. vs. Bahnson, contract; Freerksen'vs. Hill, contract. Dietrich vs. Dietrich, divorce. Troff vs. Troff, divorce. Lynch vs. Larson, injunction. Denton vs. Denton, divorce. North Iowa Appliance vs. Mutsver, account. Jennings vs. Jennings, divorce. Hamstreet vs. Meyer, declaratory judgment. Dodds vs. Dodds, divorce. Fire damages farm home at Swea City Fire damaged the farm home occupied by the Hans Peterson family six miles northwest of Swea City Friday night. The Petersons were at home about 7 p.m. Friday when elec- Medal awarded LuVerne pilot ENTERS HOSPITAL Mrs. Jim Lindhorst entered Park hospital, in Mason City, on Monday, for surgery Tuesday. Capt. Gordon D. Heinkcl, ?or )f the Charles Heinkels, ,of Lu Verne, has been awarded a citation and air medal for service in Viet Nam. He is now stationed at Columbus AFB in Mississippi, and is married and they have two chil- ,-dren. He is a graduate of the j LuVerne high school. He first i served in the navy, then transferred to the air force and won a commission and pilot's rating. The citation accompanying the air medal said: "Capt. Gordon D. Heinkel dis- .inguished himself by meritori :>us achievement while partici mating in sustained aerial flight as a pilot from 8 July 1965 to 2C February 1966. "During this period the airmanship and courage exhibited by him in the successful accomplishment of these important demonstrated his out- , standing proficiency and steadfast devotion to duty. '•His professional skill and distinctive achievements reflect great credit upon himself and the United States Air Force." 1 won. tricity in the home went off. When they investigated, they found,.fire had started in an enclosed back porch. Firemen from Swea City and Armstrong confined the fire to the back porch, but the remainder of the house had smoke damage. The Petersons took their children to neighbors and spent the night with friends. Mrs. J. E. Harner 'of Swea City owns the farm. Santa comes to town hers Friday Algona merchants will kickoff the Christmas selling season this weekend as Santa Claus comes to town for the first time this year on Friday and will give away 2500 bags of candy from his house on the courthouse lawn from 1:30 p.m. until 4 p.m. Santa will arrive on an Algona fire truck which will parade up State street. In addition, two free movies will be presented at Algona Theatre, complimenN of the Algona Chamber of Commerce. There will b* § 3 Stooge* comedy, 1Q cartpons and i f*lfft»d "Monk«y Shine*." Twft it ) and ^ p,m., wiU b* sented and there i« 'vSfr'

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