Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1965 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Friday, January 29, 1965
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NEW PRESIDENT Algona — Gordon Winkel was elected new president of the Al« gona Country Club at the monthly board meeting last Wednesday. Chalmer Read was named vice-president and Gordon Schmidt secretary. SISTER DIES~'~ Titonka — The sister of two Titonka women and a man, died Friday at the Britt hospital. She was Mrs. Ubbe (Christina) Doden, 71 of Woden. Besides six children, survivors include sisters Mrs. Recca Hipp and Mrs. John Ufkes and Albert Loeschen, all of Titonka. Funeral services were held Monday at Woden, with burial in the Buffalo Township cemetery at Titonka 1 ; BREAKS ARM ' Wesley — Bob Bleich, who is employed part, time at Johnny's A.G. Market, fell on the ice Saturday and broke a bone above his right wrist. He is a son of the Frank Bleichs and is a junior at Garrigan. CHURCHILL MOMENTO >v • Swea City — A former postmaster at Swea City, Mrs. Ida Larson now of Fairmont, has a valued momento — a prized autograph from the late Winston Churchill. It was sent to her during the past year after she sent a clipping of her visit to Jerome, Ariz., a town named af- State Historical Society "ADVIftTIIMS AND SUiSCHlBIM SAY THIS IS TMt fttSf fiUY - COMPARE AMD YOU'LL KNOW WW? flWa Glty ' Iovra X Alqona H<muth Cou **""""""•••^••••••••^""••"•"'••••^^•^^""••^^••M^•••^••^•^••"-•^^•M—nni-iiiinT VOL, d$~NO, 7 THURSDAY, JAN, 28, IMS - ALGONA, IOWA — ^11 PAGIS IN 3 SECTIONS Entered os second class matter, bee. 1, 1908, at Algona; Iowa, postoMlce Under Act of Congress March 8, 1879 Garrigan to Diocesan finals To Carroll Sunday night for finals Garrigan high school advanced to the finals of the Sioux City Diocesan basketball tournament for the first time since 1962 Tuesday night by edging St. Edmond's of Fort Dodge, 67-60 on the Bear court. Tho locals will mett the winner of tht Wednesday night Carroll Kuemper-Lc- Mars Gehlen game at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at Carroll. Their foe almost certainly will be Carroll, the No. 3 ranked team in the southwest part of the state.. Garrigan built up a 15-6 advantage late in the first quarter and carried this early margin to victory although the Gaels took a lead at one point, their only one of the night, at 27-26 with seconds remaining in the first half. Animals are the funniest people! ace. But Chuck Becker tied it with a free throw and Dick Bleich sent the Bears to the dressing room at halftime with a layup ter"Eugene"'Jerome',' Winston's and a 429 :? 71le i d and Gar "g an grandfather. The autograph is = never trailed after that on a picture of Buckingham Pal-1 j| M KLINGER, who finished with 29 points to lead all scorers, tied the game with a drive shot to start the second half but buckets by Jerry Bradley and Don Potthoff put the Bears in front to stay. Garrigan held leads of five to nine points during most of the final two quarters. Three Gael players, including Klinger and Tom .Anderson, their two king-pins, fouled out in the final period ACTIVE DUTY TRAINING Algona — Air Reserve Capt. Dick Thoreson, Algona, will be among 75 members of the Twin Cities Marine Air.Reserve Helicopter Squadron who will leave Minneapolis Saturday for two weeks of annual active duty .Draining •; aboard!;;? the .Marine 'Corps'AirFacih'ly at Santa Ana, Calif. BANCROFT HOMEMAKER Bancroft — Janice Scnrahdt, Bancroft, has been named St. John high school 1965 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomor- rovy. She scored highest on a written test Dec. 1 and is now eligible for state honors. and national INTRODUCES BILL Bancroft — • State Senator Don Murray, Bancroft, introduced a bill in the Senate last week to remove the requirement that the word "oleo" be imprinted on all oleo sold in the state. Five other senators are co-sponsors. GOLDEN WEDDING Whittemere — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faber, Rodman-Whittemore area, celebrated their golden wedding Sunday. Reception was from 2 to 4:30 p.m. in St. Michael's hall, Whittemore, ^^*^M ^ KNEE SURGERY St. Joe — Norman Klein, freshman college student in Ames underwent knee surgery at Campus hospital Thursday in Ames, spending the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Alvin Klein, and sister, Mrs. Joe Loebach and son. ENGLISH VISITOR Bode — Dexter Di Somma, of Banburg, England is here visiting his grandfather, Mr, tewis Bergum. Dexter visited in Virginia, where he purchased a car before coming to Bode, He will travel on to California to visit his uncle, J. Orville Bergum and other relatives. LuVERNE GROUP MEETS LwVtrn* ^- The LuVerne Enterprise held its annual stockholders meeting Monday, Reelected to the board were Gail Wolf and Allen BlaHe, FIRST BABY*JAN, W • Buff lie Center — It took 20 days for the first baby of 19§5. to arrive at the Buffalo Center hospital and when it arrived last Wednesday, the father was the hospital adniinjstr&tor, Alfred Heitland ggiye birth to 8 daughter gO days after the New Year. BUYS HQMi Byrt ,- Mr. ajj<| Mrs, Harold Andreasofl purchased the as did Garrigan's Becker. In the second half, Klinger scored 21 of his club's 33 second half points in a great individual effort. GARRIGAN actually won the game at the free throw line, hitting 27 of 38 tries but ending two field goals shy of the visitors. Potthoff failed to register a first half field goal but ended with 17 points to lead the Bear scoring. Dick Bleich meshed 16, Becker added 13 and' Bradley counted a dozen. GARRIGAN (67) fg Becker 5 Ringsdorf l Potthoff 6 Bradley 3 Bleich 4 Reding o Muller i Smith 0 Youngwirth 0 TOTALS 20 St. Edmond's (60) fg Perkins l Klinger n Anderson 5 ft 3-5 0-0 5-8 6-8 8-10 0-0 2-4 2-2 1-1 AT LEFT IS 13-year old Patrick Prothman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Prothman of Algona. And that rabbit he 'is holding is no ordinary rabbit — it has FOUR EARS. Pat shot the rabbit with a rifle near the family acreage in northeast Algona Sunday afternoon and was startled to find the animal had four ears, easily visible in the picture at left. At right are a couple of unidentified men escorting a black and white dog out of the Garrigan gym Sunday night during the Diocesan tournament there. The dog somehow got into the gym and made a pretty thorough tour of the place, much to the delight of fans, before its capture and eventual ouster. It didn't have a ticket. Asks reversal in '22,500 law judgment '" A hearing on a motion to set aside a default judgment in a case brought by Dorothy Cook against Elva Hall has been set tor Jan. 29 at 1:30 by Judge Cooper. A motion filed by the attorneys for the defendant states failure to appear in the case was caused by "inadvertance, mistake, excusable neglect, and unavoidable casualty." The motion sets forth a breakdown in the chain of notice between an agent for the claims company, the insurance company, and the attorneys with assumptions the attorney had been notified when in fact he had not. The case arose after a fall by Anna Nelson at Elva's beauty shop, and suit was commenced by Dorothy Cook as administra- trix of her mother's estate. When no appearance Overheated furnace causes fire call Firemen answered a 10.01" p.m. call Tuesday at the home of Bertha Vaske, 518 East Call street. An overheated furnace had caused the rafters Three from Kossuth to South America 27-38 25 Doyle 0 home in northeast iwrt which was recently, Tiefe built by Rudy ft 1-5 7-13 3-4 3-3 2-4 Q-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 was Hassett __________ 0 Peterson ________ 2 McTegue _ ________ 2 Crawford ________ o Perkins __________ l TOTALS ___ ___ 22 16-29 26 # * * GARRIGAN 67 POCAHONTAS 55 There probably have been wilder games played in the Gar* rigan gym but not many more than the second half of the Diocesan double-header which saw Garrigan pin its second defeat on Pocahontas Catholic in the rubber game of a three-contest set, 67-55 Sunday night. A t«ttl of 4$ fowli wtrt «•(« ltd fiul thtrt probably wtrt cloftd to 200 committed. At timti tht official* appeared te fill only tht foyli thty If any of the cagers would have come out with shoulder pads and thigh guards in the second half, you couldn't have blamed them. A life insurance salesman could have made a mjjnt selling policies to their parents. Yes, (his was a rough pine- surprisingly, only two men d out ^r one on each club and a couple of guys never dj4 have § foul c§lle4 on them Q» Page 4) made by the defendant or an attorney, judgment was entered by default for $22,500 in favor of the estate. Judge Cooper's order requires appearance of those involved in the chain of notification in the insurance company, claims agent, and the company for questioning by attorney for Dorothy Cook. In other court matters John Wood was granted a divorce from Idella P. Wood. A private settlement of property was approved, and she was given the right to resume her maiden name of Idella Patterson. Dr. J. M. Rooney and Leo Cassel were reappointed to the board of commissioners on hospitalization which hears caseo for reference to the state mental hospitals. H. W. Miller, Joel M. Herbst, and G, D. Shumway were reappointed for two year terms as inheritance tax appraisers. Cars collide, one Mis tree Saturday at 4:35 p.m. a car driven by Sebastian Kramer, 79, and Clair H- Hovey collided at the corners of Lucas and Wooster streets. Mr Hovey didn't see the other car in time and when he tried to stop he couldn't, so he tried to speed up. The Kramer auto hit him and the Hovey vehicle slid proximately into a tree. $500 damage Ap- done to each car. Mrs Kramer received a head cut and was taken to St. Ann hospital. No charges were filed,. hoT'ahd the water in the tahl for the heating system to boil. According to Fire Chief Ralph Elbert, the men were at Miss Vaske's home within two minutes of the call as all but one member was at the fire station attending the regular Tuesday night meeting. Wm. Keller dies at 65 at Ledyard William Keller, 65, Ledyard, died at his home of a heart attack Tuesday morning about 7 a.m. Funeral services will be held at Sacred Heart Catholic church Saturday morning at 9:30 with burial in the Sacred Heart cemetery. Garry's Funeral home is in charge. Mr, Keller was born Oct. 2, 1899, in Mexico, Mp., son of Agatha Osthuys and Michael Keller. He is survived by two sisters and two 1 brothers; Mrs. Frank Tottennan, Elmore; Mrs. Ed Davis, Florida; Nichols, and John, Friends may call at Garry's after 4 p.m, Thursday. Rosary will be at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday. Arnie Elberts injured in crash The Arnold Elberts, of Fonda, former Algonans, are still in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge after a head-on collision Jan- 19 at 8:30 p.m. at the junction of highways 3 and 44 east of Pocahontas. Mrs Elbert suffered extensive cuts and bruises and Arnold lost several teeth and has bruises to liis left side. Considerable damage was done to their car. The name of the driver of the other car is not known but he is also recovering in Mercy hospital. CRASH ON ROAD A pickup truck driven by Earl M. Eller collided with a car driven by Guy C. Giddings early last Thursday morning. It was said Eller cut the corner of South Phillips and the Irvington road too short and the cars hit in the center of the road. Damage to each vehicle was estimated at $75. No charges were filed ,•••*<• Kyle Keith "and Gerald Fran- kl.of Algona, and A. R. Linde of Swea City, will leave next Thursday, Feb. 4, by plane for South America. They will travel with some 30 other lowans on a.tour of the type originated jy former President Eisenhower and which he called People to ^People contacts. They will go from Miami to Peru where cities visited will be. Lima and Cuzco and while there Mr Keith hopes he may contact Hugo Zea, last year's exchange student here. Except for one boat trip all the travel will be by air and stops are planned for Asuncion, in Paraguay; Montevideo and Pay- sandu, in Uraguay; Buenos Aires and Carmelo, Argentina; and Sao Paulo and Rie de Janerio in Brazil. In Rio, Mr Keith will contact the father and an uncle of Salvadore d Sousa, this year's exchange student who is living at to his parents. The men plan to be away three weeks and on return will fly from Miami to New York City enroute back to Iowa. Purchases tavern at Bancroft Bancroft — Norman Boever has purchased the Eckhart Tavern from Mr and Mrs Clyde Eckhart and took possession of the business Monday. Boever has been employed as feed mill manager at Murray Elevator for 13 years. Norman and his wife, the former Elizabeth Rahe, have six children. He is a graduate of the Grant high school and spent most, of Ms life in this vicinity except for the years spent in the service. Mrs Boever was born and raised in this vicinity and was Three break-ins checked here Tuesday a.m. Three teen-agers were questioned Wednesday morning at Forest City by Sheriff Ralph Lmdhorst and Police Chief Al Boekelman concerning three break-ins in Algona early Tuesday morning. The youths, ages 15, 17 and 18, were reportedly caught breaking into a Forest City firm early Wednesday morning. No further details were available when the Advance went to press. The break-ins here Tuesday morning were at Olga & Al's Cale, the South Phillips street Laundromat and a car at the Acreage Motel. At the Laundromat, an undetermined amount of money was taken from a candy machine,, one washing machine and one dryer. This is the" "umpteenth" time money has been taken at the Laundromat, which is open all night although well lighted and used quite often during the early morning hours, according to police. THE BURGLARS broke a glass in the west window at Olga & Al's at the northeast corner of Algona and took several cartons of cigarettes and also broke into the juke box and got money there. also. They left through the front door. The third break-in was at the Acreage-Motel where a locked car owned by E. S. Ross, Minneapolis, Minn., was broken into and a 620 box camera was tak- ADVANCE ALMANAC NEW COURT CASES Patricia Scobba vs. John Scob- ba, divorce. SELECTIVE SERVICE Enlistment — Michael Dixon, Bancroft, army. ALGONA MARKETS Corn $1.12 December Beans $2.70 Oats 65c WEDDING PERMITS Mike Ncuroth, Wesley, Constance Prothman, Algona; Gary Ludwig, Corwith, Joan M. Becker, Irvington; Raymond G. Gill, Egan, S. D., Kathleen A. Rossman, Elmore. ALGONA WEATHER H Jan. 20 30 Jan. 21 42 Ian. 22 36 Jan. 23 30 Jan. 24 22 Jan. 25 34 Jan. 26 25 Jan. 27 — MAYOR'S COURT the Rex Taylor home and is car- graduated from St. John's high rying a small gift from the son school. en. 537 enroll in adult night classes Frank Brusie, director of Adult Evening School classes, reports that 22 adult groups are now in operation with a total enrollment of 537 persons which represents an increase of approximately 11% over the Adult School enrollment of a year ago. These figures include the Farmers' Evening School class conducted by Mr. George Sefrit which at the latest count had enrollment of 149. OPEN HOUSE The Algona Flour & Feed Co. of Algona will hold its annual "Open House" today (Thursday) with free ham sandwiches and coffee served from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Receive JayCee awards L 16 10 25 16 7 17 6 •6 Marvin J. Bode, Algona, speeding, $20; David Lee Hovey, Algona, speeding, $20; Marvin J. Lallier, Algona, drinking beer on the highway, $25; Charles J. Smith, Algona, drinking beer on the highway, $25; Harry W- Ireland, Algona, failure to yield-at intersection, $10; Darrell D. Green, Algona, assault and battery, $25. ST. ANN BIRTHS Jan. 21 — Mr and Mrs Camilla Degen, Burt, boy, 9 Ibs. Jan. 22 — Mr and Mrs Phyllis Woodley, West Bend, boy, 7 Ib. 11 oz. Jan. 23 — Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer, Rutland, girl, 7 Ib. 2 oz. Jan. 26 — Mr and Mrs Robert Simons, Whittemore, girl} 5 Ibs. 11 oz. ST. ANN HOSPITAL Jan. 22 — Mrs Gusta Roth, Algona, accident; Sister Mary Imelda, Algona, medical. Jan. 23 — Mrs Larry Buscher, Algona, medical; W. C. Dewel, Algona, expired, Jan. 24 — Gerald Miller, Algona, medical. Jan. 25 — Mrs Bell C. Black, Algona, medical; William Meyer, Whittemore, surgery; Wendell Prochaska, Ankeny, medical. Jan. 26 — William Meyer, of Whittemore, medical. Jan, 26 — Mrs Robert Davis, Algona, medical. NEW CARS AND TRUCKS NEARLY 100 persons attended the annual Junior Chamber of Commerce Awards banquet Saturday night at the V.F.W. hall. Pictured above are those honored at the banquet. Front row, left to right, Jim Andreasen, Distinguished Service Award; Harry Greenberg, Certificate for Outstanding Cooperation in Civic Affairs; Charles McCabe, JayCee of the Year; Mrs. Veda Murtagh, Certificate for Outstanding Cooperation in Civic Affairs; George Allen, American Press Certificate of Appreciation -~ both Algona newspapers also received a similar award. Back row, left to right, Karman Wallace, Key Man Award; Jim Chalstrom, Radio Programming; Frank Moulton, Boss of the Year; Bob Watson, Chairman of the Year and Presidential Award; Dick Ringsdorf, JayCee award for organizing banquet. Dr. J. B. Harris served as master of ceremonies. Mayor Bill Finn gave a short talk and entertainment was provided by Darwin Fry, Mason City, with mimics and pantomimes. Advance Photo by Glenn Graham. Albert Bormann, Algona, GMC p/u; Burdette Hoeppner, Lakota, Ford p/u; Johnnie W. Tobin, Swea Citly, Ford p/u; W. E. Ley Mtr. Co., Lakota, Ford p/u; Joe Bradley Equip., Algona, GMC p/u; Fern Sewick, Algona, Dodge p/u; Ernest E, Fischer, Lone Rock, Chev.; Edwin G. or Edna Hanselman, LuVerne, Dodge; Marvin E. Clements, Algona, Ford; Dora F. Will, Algona, Buick; Curtis B. Lura, Fenton, Chev.; Audrey Ruby, Lakota, Ford; Edward Foertsch, Burt, Chev.; Msgr. P. P. Gearen, Algona, Pont.; Marie Hawcott, Algona, Olds; Elmer Koppen, Lakota, Ford; Charles Reese, Ledyard, Buick; Paul &/or Emily Eisenmann, Swea City, Merc.; Raymond E. or Violet E. Sorensen, Ledyard, Buiek; Richard Menke, Bancroft, Chev.; Leroy G. Bonnstetter, West Bend, Chev.; Ralph Tietz, Burt, Dodge; John T. McGuire, Algona, Olds; Hugh R. or Esther M. Williams, Titonka, Ford; Robert Schmitt, Algona, Dodge; Henry A. Hellmann, Bancroft, Dodge. AUCTIONS Feb. 3 — Henry Rustemier closing out sale near Bancroft. Quinn & Clark are the auctioneers and sale details will appear in the Advance next Mon(Continued on Page 2)

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