The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1966 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 21, 1966
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The "FIRST-OF-THE-WIEK" Tabloid aigona Entered as second class matter at the postofftce at Algeria. Iowa <5051», Nov. 1, 1832. under Act of Congress of March 3. 1879. AlOONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNE 21, 1964 '* *«§•« Tabloid VOL. 101 NO, 47 &&&&*®^^ Two Crashes Send 5 To Hosptials tfS****^^ • child's Titonka And Lakofa Scene Of Accidents Diamond Jubilee, St. John Algona Boy Church, Bancroft, June 21 Recovering tvAltl /vac Rlirnr IT 0m uas Diirns MSGR. J. H. SCHULTES BANCROFT - SL John the Baptist church of Bancroft will hold a gala celebration in honor of Msgr. J. H. Schultes' Golden Jubilee and St. John's parish Diamond Jubilee Tuesday, June 21. Msgr. Schultes will be celebrating his fiftieth year in the priesthood, and it will be the 75th anniversary of St. John's parish. Msgr. Schultes will be the celebrant at the Solemn High Mass at 10:30 o'clock. Rt. Rev. Msgr. Francis P. Schultes will be deacon; Rev. Father Ralph Rinehart, nephew of Monsignor will be sub-deacon; Father Frank Nemmers will be master of ceremonies; Rt. Rev. Msgr. George Theobald and Rt. Rev. Msgr. Robert Quinn, Chaplains of Bishop Joseph M. Mueller; Father Nick Becker and Father Sylvester Grady; Chaplains of Bishop Frank Greteman; Father Francis Higgens, Thurifer and Father Maurice Krause, Cross- bearer; acolytes will be Gene Ulses and James Schiltz, 0. M, I. seminarians. The Most Rev. Frank Greteman D. D. Auxiliary Bishop of Sioux City will deliver the sermon. A 12:30 dinner for about 250 will be served in St. John school cafeteria for Msgr. Schultes, clergy, his relatives and his invited guests. Msgr, William Mason of Assumption Parish of Emmetsburg will be toastmaster at tne dinner. The speakers will be the Rt. Rev, Msgr, Henry Karhoff and Very Rev, Jospeh Fitzpatrick and a word from bis Excellency Joseph M. Mueller, D,D, of Sioux City. A reception for the public will be held at 3;QO o'clock in St. John's hall. The interior of the church was recently -repainted and redecorated for the Diamond Jubilee. It is in its original state since it was built in 1915, although it has been redecorated several times. Msgr. Schultes first came to Bancroft as assistant pastor, shortly after his ordination at Milwaukee on June 17, 1916, and later served parishes in Le- Mars, Armstrong and Churdan, la. before returning to Bancroft as pastor in 1932. During his 34 years in Bancroft, Msgr. Scbultes has overseen tbe building of a school in 1938, a nun's home in 1952, the rectory in 1958 and the new high school in 1963. Johnson House Motel Here Sold The Johnson House Motel and Cafe, at South Phillips and Fair St. has been sold by its owners, Mr. .and Mrs. James Logan to a Minnesota firm, it was announced last week. The Logans, in turn, acquired a 30-unit motel and dining room^tt Wadena, Minn, in the transaction. It is a new motel, completed only five months ago, The Johnson House was purchased by the Logans from Mr. and Mrs.- Andy Johnson two years ago. It has 18 units. Filet Divorce Mabel Perry, plaintiff, is seeking a divorce from Donald Perry, defendant, according to a petition filed here in district court this week, They were married July 30,1964 at Fairmont, Minn, An Algona boy is listed in fairly good condition at St. Ann hospital here after sustaining burns on his upper body as a result of flaming gasoline at his home here Wednesday afternoon. He is Tim Crowley, 7, son of Mrs. Viola Crowley, who lives with her children at 521 E. Oak street. According to his mother, Tim suffered first and second degree burns in the mishap on his arms, chest and stomach. It was understood he and a brother emptied the gasoline from one can to another while possibly preparing to mow the lawn. A match was touched to the empty can and gas, probably spilled on his shirt, was also ignited. Mrs. Crowley, who had just returned from work, rolled him on the ground to extinguish the flames and he was rushed to the hospital for treatment. It is not known how long he will remain at St. Ann. New Methodist Pastor Gives First Sermon Rev. William R. Noland, newly appointed pastor of the First Methodist church in Algona, . preached his first local sermon here Sunday morning. At the same time, Rev. Newton Coughenour, who has served the local church since 1957, preached his first sermon at Dubuque, where he .has been transferred. Both families are in the process of moving to their new assignments. Rev. Noland comes to Algona from Estherville. Mr. Noland was born in West Liberty, Iowa, attended the State University, and Biblical Seminary in New York City. He was married in 1936 to Edith Koch, and began his pastorate in the lowa-Des Moines conference where he served for eight years. He served as a chaplain in WW n and transferred to the former Upper Iowa conference for seven years, and since a conference merger in 1949 has served churches at Independence, Clear Lake and Estherville, where he was engaged in a building program at all three. Mr. and Mrs. Noland have one daughter, Beja Ann, a registered nurse, who is working with Philco Distributors, Inc. in San Francisco. Rev, Noland has been active In conference work, holding a number of positions. A tragic farm accident occur- ed about 5:30 p.m. Monday of last week when Lynette Bartelt, 20-month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kieth Bartelt had her left arm severed about halfway between the shoulder and elbow. The accident happened as she was watching her father grind feed on their farm southwest of Titonka. After checking to see that his daughter was clear of the machinery, Mr. Bartelt turned to shut off the tractor. In that instant, the infant had her arm caught and was pulled completely into the intake auger. Lynette is making a good recovery at the hospital in Buffalo Center, and it is reported that later she will be able to be fitted with an artificial arm. New Apostolic Church Holds Open House Two Lakota residents, Dora E. Johnson, 61, and Albert M. Brandt, 55, sustained injuries in a two-car crash five miles north and one-fourth mile west of Titonka at a county gravel road intersection at 9:05 a. m. Sunday. The lady was rushed to a Rochester, Minn, hospital for treatment of a crushed jaw and facial lacerations and Mr. Brandt was taken to a Mason City hospital for treatment of internal injuries. The Johnson auto sustained severe damage, estimated at $1,500, to the right side, while the front end of the Brandt machine suffered an estimated $1,000 damage. Patrolman E. A. Lynn investigated and filed charges of failing to have control against each driver. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst also was called. TWO INJURED AT LAKOTA MONDAY The congregation of the Apostolic Christian Church held open house in its new edifice from 2;30 to 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, June 19. The first services were held in the new church in April and final completion was made in May. Members of the building and finance committees for the new building were Elmer Fehr, chairman; Joe Benninger, Ray Aa- liker, secretary; Arnold Metzgar, George Sauder, Alvin Banwart, Levi Banwart, Walter Bm- wart and George Bruellman. The church is located one mile east of West Bend in Kossuth County on the same site as the old church. *S®®&tt^^ Two out-of-state autos, one from Minnesota, the other from Pennsylvania, collided at the intersection of highways 169 and 9 north of Lakota at 8:15 a. m. Monday. Three persons, not indentified at press time, were injured in the mishap and taken to the Buffalo Center hospital. It was not known by investigating officers if the Injuries were serious or not. The Minnesota vehicle was headed east, making a left turn, while the other car was headed west. They collided almost head- on and damage to the vehicles was extensive. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and two patrolmen were called to the scene. *®W®^^ Snow In June? Well ft Happened & Also Hail Snow in Kossuth county on June 16? Well, it happened last Friday, accompanied by a batch of hail, and a heavy downpour of rain in some areas. The snow and hail descended chiefly on an area north and just west of Algona, mainly in Union twp. The most severe damage occurred in a two-mile square area where bail stuck the farms of Leonard Heller, Herman Thilges, Ray Vigdal, Otto Harlan, Harvey Reid, Don Riebhoff and Curtis Gardner. Adjacent farms were less severely stuck. Hail accumulated some places to depth of several feet, following the freak storm which moved in shortly after 3 p.m. Just south of Good Hope church, snow fell, covering the roads and fields. It was just east of this area that the snow became hail. The weather as reported by station KLGA follows. The rainfall was heavy, north of Algona, but did not amount to much at the station west of Algona. as the summary show: Hi Lo Rain June 15 June 16 June 17 June 18 June 19 June 20 76 74 78 83 86 58 51 62 51 40 60 ,07 tr. .04 .03

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