Sta'te Historical oity, 4> '£ f jt ** J*; see sports page 4i • 1- • J -- a '- Coffai Brwk ... Those giant prlie eofttotti (rather goofy) run by tho bus* nessos — are they confusing themselves with Santa? ... I invite our DM ptpor to print tho names of tho ton worst polluters of our air 4Y water. Just a nudge. . .. Any sociable lowans uninvited to Truman Capote's big brawl may now give a party A leave Capote uninvited. A small-town biggie / carried a book into a DM restaurant, in a plain white book-jacket; scholarly he looked indeed. One of his; lady-companions suri titiously slipped off the cover & triumphantly displayed the title: VSex in History". "What." she asived, charmingly naive, "has sex got to do with history?". They declined to tell her. One Iowa couple is quarreling about whether flat toothpicks are better than round ones There's a rift. The controversy has risen several times, so fa no threat of divorce. Their dentist favors both kinds, plus the soft triangle style. ft not mule? . .If SUI's Evy Is still think- ng of running for governor, he'd better schedule an SUI-ISU ootball game NOW for 1976. ... On * big fiesta day in DM, high-schooler musician from _ small town confessed he doesn't know whether you can make cornflakes from ordinary fiold corn. , , .. There Is no solution; sook t lovingly. , ", Six-yiar-oM boy ties " " AIflonfl Koilrith County ^•^•^•^e^lj^B^aija^a^a^aaA ^B§^HlHaiJlHBMa^Aa^^HH^^|^|ft|IMMH^HIttflljlJI]eVHBlaVllBVMBfl^ ' ^^^^ ™"^"~~~ pt T i • . r H- S 1 - ' ' ! '*U ^ v " .«/. £*•'. 'ft* , at is* VOL. *-NO. tf MONDAY, QIC, 19, 1966-ALOONA, lOWAf- I PAGES - 1 SECTION til _. , , - • -• - ' ' t BARKING DOG ALMOST SCARES TltEM AWAlf West Bend ,—; Kenneth R Krug, 6, son^of ; Mr. and Mrs Louie KriigyS Jr^ formerly o West' Bend and now of Zion, 111. died unexpectedly at a Chicago hospital vv| Wednesday A of, las week. He had undergone throaii surgery "about a week earlier.: ; Funeral services were held Friday at the First Methodist ciiurch here with Rev. Galen Peckham officiating. Burial was in the West Bend cemetery. .< His parents survive along with a brother and sister, Allan and Leilani, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Krug, Sr. of West Bend. Former Algona —"dancers might save TV" Some of Iowa's severest critics of television think that dancing is the least irriating entertainment thrown on TV screens. Why doesn't TV offer more dancing? (And why didn't they throw closeups of foot-bailers on the screen this year?) # * * A DATE WITH OMAR A book of verses the bough, A jug of wine, a loaf bread — & Thou Beside me singing in the Wilderness Oh, wilderness were paradise enow!"""'''"'"" —ED FITZGERALD Fort Dodge ***.'. My meals while in the hospl tal with my Tennis Tendoh were so good I began to fee guilty. So I asked them to pu me on a 1,000-oalorie diet; the; fed me green beans & unchop ped spiniach twice a day. I've lost 'an incredible num ber of pounds and my pant droop off. ' # * # My beauteous BW feels frustrated by the birds of 1966. No purple martins in her martin apartment; no wrens in her coconut wren house; no hummingbirds at her syrup tubes; A now a suet ball without chicadees. She pretends that the flicker of cardinals, bluebirds A orioles no longer contents her. Maybe I'll buy her a canary man at Iowa City Dr. Harry R. Jenkinson, Al gona high school graduate in L910, was honored for 50 years in the practice of. medicine at underneath (h e nurses dormitory in Lourdes hall at Mercy hospital in [owa City. ; He is 75 years old and entered 'practice in Iowa City after graduation from the college of medicine in 1916.. . ^ ; . .„ , w _ More than 300 patients, colleagues and friends attended the surprise gathering for him. He is senior member of the Mercy hospital staff. He said he has no plans to retire as long as his health is good. Ho is a brother of Glenn Jenkinson, Algona. Whilleniore woman's father dies Dee. 9 92 enrolled at first night classes Ninety-two farmers enrolled at the first meeting of the former's - evening school, Dsc 12, according to George W. Se frit, vocational agriculture in structor in the;^Algona Cornmun ity High School! Members enrolled are: Algona—Ed Arend, Nick Arndorfer, Walter Barr, Bill Becker, G. L. Bonschoter, Hugh Black, Joe Buscher, Jr., Oliver Carlson, John Cash, Charles Dearchs. v Larry Devine, Dean Dodds, Wm. Dodds, Ray I Dprweiler, Peter Erpelding, Jerome Eisenbarth, Bob Gerber; Lloyd Gerber, Ron Gerber, p.--V..Hairla'n. John Henry, J. FilHbfius, Roy Hutchison, Ralph Johnson, Roger Keith, Wayne Keith, Joe King, Dick Kuecker, Donald Lickteig, Charles Lickteig. Cecil Long, Scott Monroe, loyal Nold, Clyde Priebe, Gary 'riebe, Lyle Raney, . John Scufflhaim, Jim Spear, Orland .tail, Gerald Thilges, Thilges, Alan Walker, iValker. $4,624. Ledyard man sees men after dog awakens him ^••^ 's. ' i f * ? tV *" A's Investigation week into the continues this burglary of the Whittemore—The father of drs. Virgil Elbert l died a week go Friday, He Was P. B. Worn ch, 85, of Riceville, and tuner iral services were held Sunday it the Methodist church at Rice ille. Besides Mrs. Elbert, there are six daughters and three son .urviving. A number of persons from Whittemore attended t\i> services. URCHASE FARM Whittemore—Mr. and Mrs, Jim Dahlhauser recently purchased the Clarence Kemna farm at Dolliver. Marvin Merlin Bunt—Delmar Angus, Robert Angus, Harold Becker, Ralph 'arlson, Johnny Harms, A. A. HUdman, Edgar 'Keith; Duane rtawdsley. Ray McWhorter, Russell Pat erson, Eryin Ulses, Melvin Rieken, Kenneth Trenafy, Paul Weber, John Wilson. Bode—Cyril Thilges. Bancroft — Phil Bernhard Vincent Ford, William Ford Ross Iniman, Gerald Soderberg, Corwith—Robert Chambers George Guenther. Fenton—Paul Bernhard. Uvermore—W. H. Kdhlhaas. Lone Rock—Duane Dittmer Ouane Habeger, Ralph Ham merstrom, John Person. which was cut open in the State Bank of Ledyard last Wednesday '^ A cutting torch (in upper center on floor) was stolen from the . at Gerled and was used to cut open the door. Note papers and debris strewn around the office floor. ':,.:!::!' THE VAULT DOOR' above Council heirs new ordinances on parking and "thru" streets •V •'• '.-. .'.'. *^ ,- .V $ • • .-"•. . •-•• • - -'A State Bank of Ledyard last Wednesday morning which netted burglars $4,624.68 in silver. M total of six agents of the Federal bureau of Investigation plus two members of the State Bureau of Investigation helped Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst sift for clues at .Ledyard Wednesday and Thursday. The FBI agents, three from Omaha, ISeb. and three from 3ioux City, have left the scene out investigation is 1 continuing. iJndhorst said some fingerprints, vvere picked up in the bank vault but expressed doubt that any would be from the burglars "We know they wore gloves and it would -be ,]ust by chance that any prints were left," he Indicated. Lindhorst said they had tire prints whicjh are believed from the burglars' car. THE BURGLARS never gained entrance into the main bank safe ivhere a considerable amount of currency was kept. All of the oot they obtained was in cash n bags, which was left in small vault underneath the main safe. LuVerne—Dan Froehlich, Lu ther Kinne, Keith Voss. Sexton—Glenn Gabrielson. Wesley—Joseph Skow. West Bend—Glenn Struecker, Whittemore—Richard Arend, Edward Bemingbaus, Joseph H. Besch, Hilbert Bierstedt, fejuStrom, Gerdld Er-pelcHng,; ,rom, Francis Bjustrom, Harold yielvin Pompe, Alvin Riggert, Wendell Rusoh, L. A. Schultz, Tohn Simpson. L The next meeting is this Monday evening with the subject, 'Swine Production Prbbletns." » • '•;'•* Rites for father of Whiltemore man Whittemore—Frank Mullin, 88, and father of Francis Mullin of Whittemore, died Monday night at Mason City. Funeral services for him were held lasl Thursday in St. Patrick's Cath olic church in Britt. He had been hospitalized about month. Two daughters and two other sons also survive. NEW MANAGEMENT The new managers of tin Hotel Algona Coffee Shoo an Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoby, Al gona. They Ceased the iOoU oy Mark Bierstedt, Charles -Bjus- eration of the ho'tel on Dec. " — the plane I soloed' When I first soloed in a plane like this one, n,y BW, the y««r before we were married, want ed to fly as my passenger. Oh my first solo flightl , I was half-paralyzed to fly with myself . . . Married to me she's become wiser; now I doub she'd ride behind mt en a mo torcycle. * * * Maybe I'm a sort of a "cultur buff", maybe that's why I try to see Thornton Wilder's grea play "Our Town" every chance 1 get. It ougty to be produced 100 times in Iowa every year. The last "Our Town" I've seen was Grand View College's & they did it to perfection, almost. I rank Wilder up there wUh Faulkner & Hejnmingway; may' be above 'em. * * * PURSUIT OF BUBBLES For a cap & bells our lives we pay Buibbles we buy with soul's tasking: 'Tis heaven- alone thai is given away «Tis only Gfld niay be ha4 the a^Mne. . ; * LOWELL Eagle Grove Where Wins V/ef Nam phone call -new 'ordinances pertainr ng to parking and "thru" treets designations were given, heir ; first reading at the regular meeting of the Algona City Council Wednesday night of last week. The proposed ordinances will be given two more readings at subsequent meeting and then mblisihed before they become i law. , The ordinances are the following: (1) Designate Hall street between State street and the south city limits and Minnesota street between State and Fail streets as "thru" streets, with stop signs on both sides of the "thru" streets at each intersec tion. ed by "the 'council, it^ would be )ettor to have the County ,At- lorney request such a ruling and the matter was dropped at ibis point. ON DEAN'S LIST Sioux City—Mary Elizabeth Nelson, Wesley, was named to the Dean's List for the firs term at Briar Cliff College. She earned a 3.36 grade point aver age. She is a junior and gradu ate of Garrigan high school daughter of the Charles F. Nel sons. DIVORCE PETITION FILED A petition for a divorce was filed 1 * ti district court last week by Beulah M. Snyder against Richard F. Snyder, both of Swea WINNER OF ©Ni of four,free telephone calif to loved ones overseas, presented by the Telephone Wor&rs CWA Local 7106, is Mrs. Tillie Stejnman, pictured at right holding photo of her spn SH WUlie Steinman, who is serving with the army in Viet Nam. Willie, a 1964 Algona high school graduate, has been overseas since July, 1966. Mrs. B. W. Bennett is shown at left presenting Mrs. Steinman the necessary papers to complete the call. There were originally two winners scheduled in this area, but the response was so great that the Local, at i Meeting last week, decided to draw four names. This Local covers a six-county area, and w--.,- o^ nra a n » g C9r( j wa g th£ only one driwn ftpni Kpssuth county. The procedure followed ,. w v' calls is that the servicepjsin is notified to call the party at his convenience, collect, jSpal 71Qft talwg care", of $&& c&ajrgeg, UscJlil^ivo Advance Photo'by Bruce Ritchie. (2) Designate "school zones the following intersections: North and Dodge streets, Kennedy and Harriet streets, State and Main streets and Call and M;ain streets. There are school stop signs already at all of tihese intersections. (3) Require motorists to stop going east on Fair street and entering Minnesota street and going north on Minnesota and entering Fair. Also require full stop on 'the swimming pool road going onto the. gravel road to the Call State Park. (4) Authorizing the impounding of any vehicle parked on State street for 24 hours or more rather than the present 43-hour ruling. (5) Prohibit parking on North Street from Dodge to Moore, ajnd from McPherson to St. Cecelia's excepting for loading and unloading school children from 8 a.m., until 4 p.m. (6) Prohibit parking on Thorington, Dodge, Moore and Hairn. streets between Call and Nebraska, and on Jones between State and Nebraska from 2 until 6 p.m. excspt on Sundays and holidays, also on Nebraska between Hall and Jones and on State from Jones to Hall streets. Prohibit parking for more than two hours on these streets from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. THE COUNCIL also approved transferring $43,538.38 from $ie Algona Municipal Utilities fund to the street department City. They were married at Lakota May 28, no children. 1949. There are WINS SAVINGS BOND Ralph Schumacher, Whittemore, was the winner of the $25 Savings Bond, in a drawing at the Iowa State Bank on Friday, Dec, 16. MOVES TO ALGONA Whittemore — Mrs. C. A Derner moved recently to her new home at 614 Bell Court in Algona. One of the best leads in the case came from a Ledyard resident,^ Dennis Weringe, an employe of .the'Farmers Co-op-, erative Elevator. He reported to authorities he was awakened about 2:30 a.m. by the barking of his white dog "Andy."^ He went to the front porch of his home, located about 150 yards north of the elevator and saw four men standing near the elevator's grain dryer. "I hollered at them . ... asked them if they needed any help," he told authorities. When he shouted, a fifth man came running across the street to join the other four and all five ran out of sight behind the elevator. LINDHORST indicated in con versations later that it was probable the five were the burglars who entered the bank. Weringa said he tried to let the dog out but he wouldn't go so he went back to bed. He said he was able to^see the men because they were standing near a bright street light.' Lindhorst also reported a car was seen driving in the town abo^it 4 a.m., an extremely unlikely oc- curance in a small town at that hour. It could be surmised that the burglars waited near the elevator for a few minutes, and after they were convinced that Wer- nga had retired again, went a- \ >out their work.' ; They had stolen a cutting orch from the State Highway* ' Maintenance shop at Gerled, which is only four miles" from 1 uedyard. The stealing of tools 'or a burglary is not uncommon, according to Lindhorst. "In the old days,,we had burg- ' lars stealing sledge hammers and other tools from railroad storage , places," he reported. He also recalled burglars taking tools from the Gerled shop three or four years ago for burglaries at Swea City and at Schultz Bros, in Algona. / LEON McCOYi the* barik^s insurance and real'' estate repie- sentative, discovered ' the s front door of the bank had 'beeh jimmied when he put-his key in the lock about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday. • He found the bank 'vault had been ransacked when he'entered and records and documents were strewn around the floor and desks. "The floor, was covered by bonds," he said later. A partition'inside the vault divides, it into two 'sections. The burglars'cut their way into the section protecting the safety de ( posit boxes and then crawled ov- r the partition into the section' where the bank's safe is located. , They - apparently handed the sacks of silver over"th'e^pa'rtitioh. fhey .did not take^ouyjfpeniu'es, Undhorst said.-And it Is believed they did hot take milch from the safety deposit boxes altho-' ugh a check with customers is still going on. BUT SEVERAL watches and other valuables were untouched in boxes that were opened. The,, bank's safe is several inches thick and protected by a time lock and the burglars did not attempt to open it. Bank cashier Marvel Halvbrson was called by McCoy, as well as the sheriff. The bank was sealed off all day Wednesday by Lindhorst and the helping agents as they dusted for fingerprints and attempted to count the loss. The bank was open for business again Thursday. Lindhorst said there have been several daylight bank robberies in Kossuth county, two at Lakota and one at Burt, since he took office, but the only previous night burglary was at Fenton a number of years ago. Clair Clark, prominent auctioneer of Ceylon, Minn; and Ledyard, is the bank president. Authorities believe the burglary was the work of professionals. Interior of bank Mrs. Only other business transacted, was a discussion on whether to, get a ruling from the Attorn ey General of Iowa on whether it is legal to put in a Cable TV system without a vote of the " in Algona. It was docid THE INTERIOR of the vault housing a number of safety deposit boxes is shown m picture taken after the Ledyard burglary by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst. Many of the boxe§ were opened but it is believed the '.oss from boxes is minor.
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