ADVANCE ALMANAC ALGONA MARKETS Corn $1,11 Immediate Beans $2.78 March Beans $2.80 Oats ,. 68c NEW COURT CASES Elizabeth Joel admin, est. of Wayne Joel vs. National By*Pto- ducts and Everett Johnson, Damages $75,000. WEDDING PERMITS Raymond T. Gerdes, Marian Broesder, both Algona, William Vaske, Bancroft, Bonita Spear, Algona. Richard J. Kissner, Algona, Linda S. Davis, Britt. ST. ANN BIRTHS Jan. 29 — Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Daugherty, Algona, gril, 6 Ibs. 10 oz. Feb. 2 — Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Olson, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs. 2Vfe oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Neal Movick, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs. HMs oz. Feb. 3 — Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy Strohman, Algona, boy, 6 Ibs. 10 OZ. ! SELECTIVE SERVICE Navy Enlistments — Lawrence Youngwirth, Wesley; Robert Pat ton, Algona. Air Force Enlistments — Richard Schiltz, Bancroft; Kenneth Nurre, Bancroft. ALGONA WEATHER H L S Jan. 27 32 -6 Jan. 28 12 -18 Jan. 29 __. -2 -17 Jan. 30 2 -16 Jan. 31 7 -16 Feb. 1 8 -10 4' Feb. 2 9 -20 Feb. 3 — -14 ST. ANN HOSPITAL Jan. 28 — Mrs. Robert Altman LuVerne, medical. Jan. 29 — Bernard Schade Bode, T & A; Conley Goodwin Algona, thumb injury; George Cink, Wesley, medical; Joe Eich Bancroft, medical. Jan. 30 — Ralph Prew, Al gona, medical; Frieda Norman Algona, medical; Lloyd Turner Algona, medical; Fred Helmke Whittemore, surgery. Jan. 31 — Mrs. Leo Ludwig Cor with, surgery; Daniel Schoonmaker, Algona, medical. Feb. 1 — Frieda Lieb, Algona, na K County VOL, 65-NO, 9 THURSDAY, FEB. 4, 1965 - ALGONA, IOWA - 16 PAGES IN 2 SECTIONS Entered es scftoncl class matter, D«c. 1, t908, at Algona, Iowa, postofflce undef Aet of Congress March 8, 1879 State Historical Society X Iowa City, Iowa ance Lt.-Governor at Bancroft Kerosene lamp causes fire on Burl farm Bancroft — Lt. ^ov. Robert Fulton' is shown addressing about 150 ". people at'• the Bancroft JayCee chapter banquet held, last week; Seated to the right of Fulton is master of ceremonies Charles Quinn ana Mrs Quinn (partly hidden), JayCee president Ed Marlow and Mrs Marlow. The JayCees received charters from the state vice-president John Dahm of Emmetsburg; national director B. 0. Bryng- leson, Marshalltown; International director Don Renquist; Fort Dodge; and Bud Lester, state vice-president of Webster City. - aret 52 of LuVerne, dies Monday LuVerne — Mrs. William Prior, 52 and a well-known Lu- Verne' resident, died Monday night at Park hospital in Mason City, after an extended: illness. Funeral services will be held Thursday (today) at 1 p.m. at the LuVerne Methodist church with Rev. Worthie K. Usher of- fiating. The body will be taken to Des Moines for cremation. 'medical;' Sister"Mary Rose, Al gona, medical; Earl Elbert, Algona, surgery. Feb. 3 — Mrs. Maggie Boekelman, Titonka, medical. NEW CARS AND TRUCKS Wrn. R. Kuhn, Algona, lnt'1.; Klein CMC; Farm John Supply, Forbes, Algona, Algona, Chev. p/u; Wm. or Alice Baker, Algona, Ford; Jos. Leonard, Elmore, Chev.; James Smith, Algona, Chev.; George Patterson, Burt, Dodge; Helen C. Vogel, Burt, Merc.; Richard Mather, Swea City, Ford; Anthony Kollasch, Swea City, Dodge; Raymond Johnson, Bancroft, Dodge; Esser Dry Cleaners, Algona, Chev.; Floyd L. or Mary E. Yackle, Bancroft, Chev.; Robert Hamilton, Lakota, Merc.; Orville Ramse, Swea City, Chev.; Lelah M. Henderson, Algona, Olds; Adeline M. Wagner, Bode, Plm.; Holland Jurgens, West Bend, Buick; Clara Kohlhaas, Algona, Chev.; W. E. Ley Mtr, Co., Lakota, Ford; Francis Shorey, Lu- Verne, Chev.; Howard Sigsbee, Burt, Plym.; Duane Nelson, Algona, Plym.; Harold J. Frideres, Ottosen, Olds; Greimann Imp!., Swea City, Ford; Dale G. Shipler, Swea City, Chev.; Helen J. Comfort, Algona, Ford. AUCTIONS FEB. 5 — Oliver Mathson sale at farm 2 miles ^ north and 4 miles east of West 9end, or 4 miles south and 3 miles east of Whittemore, or 2 miles west, 6 miles south and 4V* miles west of Junction 169 and 18 north of Algona. Machinery and miscellaneous. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Jowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details in Advance last Monday. FIB, i — Martin Petersen sale, at farm located 5 miles east, one south of Ceylon, Minn. Sale includes full line of machinery and 14 head of sheep. Clark, Clark & Wedel, auctioneers; State Bank of Ceylon, Clerk. Sale details in Advance, Feb. § — AMn Erpelding closing out sale, at south edge of St. Joe. Complete toe of goo4 farm machinery. Yungeberg & Kleve; "Red" Madsen, clerk, F«U sale details in Advance today. Fii. 10 — Harlajj Thompson closing out sale, at farm one mile south and three nules east of Elmore, Minn. Sale includes 35 head of cattle and complete line of farm machinery. , Continued on page 5). Blake's 'is inTcliarge""of funeral arrangements. Margaret Davis was born at Canadaigua, N. Y. and was married to William Prior at Livonia, N. Y. in 1932. They moved to Ida Grove shortly after their marriage and then moved to Lu- Vernei in 1949; Mrs. Prior is survived by her husband and three children: Donovan, . Storm . Lake; Mrs. James Slotter, Forest City; and Sally Prior, Mason City. There are also four grandchildren and her mother, Mrs. Rowena Davis of Rochester, N. Y., also surviving. Mrs. Prior was a member of the White Shrine and a past worthy matron of the Order of Eastern Star. Divorce granted on wedding date Lillian Schrade'r was\ granted a divorce from Virgil E, Schrader in a decree filed in district court, She was also granted cus tody of a minor child. A stipulation of settlement was approved. They were married Jan. 30,1937, and the divorce was granted on Jan. 30, Globetrotters'antics' started in Algona Abe ,Saperstein, • famed .owner of the Harlem Globetrotters, credited an appearance either in Algona or Swea City with starting his colored basKetball players into a clowning game that has characterized their play for many years., Saperstein's remarks were, included in a nationally syndicated column :by Jim: Murray: of. Los Angeles, which appeared .Tuesday morife ing>in • the-'Des&Moines 'Register. In the story, Murray reported that '.'It's hard to imagine now but there was a time when the Globetrotters didn't feel a bit funny. It .was back in the depression and they played basketball around the Midwest against town teams as solemnly as undertakers^' • . "They, traveled around in an old Ford which had long legs — with holes in the shoes — sticking out of every window. One night, impresario Abe Saperstein .noticed the customers falling asleep," Murray continues. "He thinks it was in Algona, Iowa. But it may have been Swea City." "Let's clown it up,' he suggested. (Abe played in those days). His teammates protested strenuously but they did and the graph went up steadily from there. From Algona, the Globies went to the royal palaces of Europe, the misty Splendors of India, and drew $84,000 in one day at Madison Square Garden." Further on in the article, Murray writes, "If the Globetrotters go to Algona nowadays it's at 35,000 feet. If they stick their feet out the window, it's with spats on them," They are scheduled to appear here in March at the Garrigan gym under the auspices of the Algona Rotary Club. Swine banquet is dated Feb. 18 The 'Kossuth Swine Producer's banquet will be held at Burl high school Feb. 18 at 7 p.m. .reports Harold Fischer,v-Swaa City, president of the Kossuth Swine Improvement Association. Robert Eckhart, Charles City, will be speaker. Banquet tickets are available from Harold Fischer, Swea City; Paul Bernhard, Fenton; Maurice Erpelding, Wesley; Otto Harlan, Algona; Julie Baas, Algona; Chas. Nygaard, Wesley; Alvin Richardson, Ledyard; Burdette Hoeppner, Lakota; Owen Curry, LuVerne and Galen DeValois, Algona. Ex-Bancroft farmer dies in Wisconsin Bancroft — Funeral services were held Saturday for Leon Clapsaddle at Clear Lake, Wis. He was 46 and a former Bancroft and Swea City area farmer. Mr. Clapsaddle died at Ins home last Thursday at Deer Park, Wis. of a heart attack, He is survived by his wife, the former Marie Lappe of Bancroft, two children at home and two employed at Minneapolis. A number of area relatives attended the rites, Fire that started when a kerosene lamp was knocked off from a dresser in an upstairs bedroom did extensive damage Friday night to a farm home tenanted by the Glenn Parcell family, northeast of Burt. Firemen from Burt and Titonka answered a call about 8:30 and fought the blaze in 15 below zero weather. There was considerable smoke and water damage, >ut the blaze was largely confined to one room. The Parcell children had been ent upstairs to go to bed but evidently were playing and had ighted the kerosene lamp, although the house is equipped vith electricity. The children didn't call the Barents when the lamp fell and he parents didn't discover the fire until it came through the floor and the living room ceiling. There are six children at home between four and 14. A few years ago, the family lost everything they owned in a fire in a home in which they were living southeast of Burt. The family had been in the habit of leaving a kerosene lamp burning for the children over night. Whittemore woman dies at Iowa City Verna Florence Schultz, 62 Whittemore, died in Iowa City Jan. 31. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the First Methodist church in Algona Two "Miss lowas" in county-one unhappily! Two "Miss lowas" wore in Kossuth County over the weekend but one had a happier visit here than the other. Carol Lyn Johnson, the Miss Iowa in the Miss America pageant, passed through the county Sunday afternoon from Fort Dodge where she was an honored guest at the "Miss Fort Dodge" contest and her car skidded off highway 169 one mile south of Bancroft on a curve and hit a highway sign. The machine, a 1965 Oldsmobile loaned to her by General Motors during her tenure, sustained about $125 in damage. She was driving north where she was going to visit her parents at Edina, Minn. Another car driven by an Ida Grove man, Howard Penny, swerved to avoid a collision and went into the ditch. He was not injured and his car was not damaged. The second "Miss Iowa" of the Miss Universe pageant, Barbara Rogers, was an honored guest at the Rusk Drug store here and although arriving late, at 2 p.m., had an enjoyable few hours meeting people in the store and displaying a multitude of valuable diamonds. Financial discussion A thank you.. . DISCUSSIONS ©N financing public services will be held in February and March under supervision of the county extension service and the Ames university. A discussion kit, including fact sheets, can be obtained from the following, pictured left to right: Steve Tjaden, Lakota; Bob Fortney, Bancroft; Everett Thorson, Armstrong; Earl Kvamsdale, Swea City; Orville Thoreson, Swea City, Ted Jensen, Fenton; Melvin Loge- rAann, Ledyar& Erwiu E4en, Titonka; David and Albert JCol- lasch, Bancroft. This group met at Swea City Jan, £8, Local students take state tests All students in the Algona Community school district, grades 3 to 8 inclusive, are participating this week in the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills which determine proficiency of students in basic areas including mathe matics, language, reading, work study skills. These tests are giv en annually to several thousand pupils in many Iowa schools in these grade levels. Results of these tests are used to guide in the teaching of these areas in the grades noted. Algona participates in music festival Over 300 high school students from the high schools of Algona, Eagle Grove, Humboldt, and Webster City participated in the annual North Central Conference Vocal Music Festival at Webster City Wednesday, Feb. 3. They were under the direction of Mr. Matheson of State College of Jowa who is the critic for the festival. Algona students performed in the afternoon at 1:00 and again in the evening in a massed 300 voiced concert. Mr. Willard Snustad is director of the vocal group from Algona with Rev. Merlin Davies officiat ing. . Mrs. Schultz was born at Lin denTTWinn., October 31, 1902, th daughter of Anna Johanni am Clemmet Halvorsen. She wa married to Henry Schultz Augus 12, 1952. in Fairmont, Minn. Four sisters and three broth ers survive besides her husband Mrs. Christina Laingen, Madelia Minn.; Mrs. Lillian Lewis am Mrs. Cora Gronewell, Lewisville Minn.; Mrs. Lucile Daniels, Troy, 0.; Alfred Halvorsen, Madelia, Minn.; Edward Halvorsen, Thompson Falls, Mont., Wilard Halvorsen, Hanska, Minn. A sister and a brother are dead as are her parents. Mrs. Schultz was a member of the Four Corners Mothers and Daughters, Mission Society, Whittemore board of trustees, and the Good Hope church. Burial was in Plainview cemetery in Whittemore with McCullough's in charge. Pallbearers were Merlin Walker, Phil Eischen, Joe Besch, William A, Hannover, Charles Bjustrom and John Simpson. Mrs. Joe Recker of Bancroft dies Monday Bancroft — Mrs. Joe Recker, 89, died suddenly early Monday morning at the Heritage Home in Bancroft. Mrs. Recker had not been in very good health and moved to the Home on Sunday. Funeral services will be held Thursday (today) at St. John's church. Two grandsons, Father Frank Nemmers of Dow City, and Father Phil Recker of Wah- iert high school, Dubuque, and a nephew, Father Richard Funke of Waterloo, will celebrate the Solemn Requiem High Mass. Mrs. Recker was born Josephine Kolker at Bellevue, on The "March of Dimes" drive is now on and one of those helped in Kossuth county by money raised in this area is 4 l /a-year old Jon Wederquist, son of Mr. and Mrs B. Wederquist, Sexton. The youth, pictured above, was born with spinal bifida and has been in and out of hospitals much of his life thus far. Following is a letter written to Bill Nugent, Kossuth County March of Dimes chairman, a month or so ago. Dear Mr. Nugent, We received your check this week from the March of Dimes, to pay the balance of Jon's latest hospital bill, We greatly appreciate the help and the words "thank you" do not seem adequate to express our feelings, but for the present I guess that it will have to do. You were right in saying we have had a tremendous load "expense-wise" and we still have more years. However, when we look at Jon, normal and healthy, it is well worth it and believe me your check has helped us both financially and has made us realize that there are people who can and will lend a helping hand when possible. B. Jack and Polly Wederquist Algona store is being remodeled The Montgomery Ward store is undergoing extensive remodeling. The most noticeable im- James Thiesen, 75 of Lakota, dies Saturday A 75-year old Lakota man, James Peter Thiesen, died Satur day at an Estherville hospital where he had been a patient with a heart ailment. Funeral services were held at the Lakota Presbyterian church Tuesday afternoon with Rev John Reincrs officiating. Burial was in the Maple Hill cemetery Mr. Thiesen was born in Lux emburg on Feb. 9, 1899 and came to this country with his parents three years later. He was married to Carrie Kienitz on Dec. 5, 1917 and they lived at Bancroft prior to moving to Lakota, where he was a carpen ter. His wife and five children sur vive. They are Mrs. Tony Wib ben, Montevideo, Minn.; Leon Fairmont; Ralph, -Minneapolis Eugene, Dolliver; and Melvin Fenton. There are also nine grandchil dren; 3 sisters and 2 broth ers, Frank, Ernest and Mrs. Me lissa Jones, all of LaCrosse, Wis. Mrs. Jacob Merkel, Rockford 111.; and Mrs. Amelia Voutch San Diego, Calif. Barn burns at Bancroft Saturday Bancroft — A barn on a farm five miles southwest of Bancroft burned to the ground early last Saturday in sub-zero temperatures. The barn on the Walter Ditsworth farm was completely burned and about 30 head of cattle housed in the barn were lost. Firemen from Bancroft were called about 3 a.m. to battle the blaze. Cause of the fire was not determined. The building was blazing when discovered. Named homemaker contest winner Linda S. Adams is this year's Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow for Garrigan high school. She scored highest here in a written homemaking examination taken Dec. 1. She is now eligible for state and national scholarship awards ranging from $500 to $5,000. AT ILLINOIS WEDDING Whittemore — The Jim B. eelans left Monday for Chicago, to attend the marriage of on Jack to Virginia Miller, Birmingham, Ala. The nuptial mass l take place at 10 a.m. Feb. 4 n St. Zackary Catholic church n Des Plaines, 111. SENTRAL HOMEMAKER Lone Rock — Carol Zumach, daughter of the Arthur Zu- machs, has been named Sentral's 1965 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow. She .scored highest in a written homemaking examination taken by senior girls and is eiligible for state and national honors. URLS GIVE BANQUET Fenton — Senior and sophomore girls in the homemaking classes at Sentral prepared and served a smorgasbord-style banquet Wednesday night to 67. The girls, under the supervision of Mrs. Max Dudley, were divided into groups with their own resppnsibilities. In, addition to the meal, they created a carnival midway with booths and a side show to provide entertainment'.' Attending were the school board, high school and junior high faculty, the school personnel, and wives or husbands. provement will be a recessed entrance. A new ceiling has been installed. The walls have adjustable peg board paneling extending three-fourths of the way to the ceiling. The newj floor covering and walls will be! in beige and browns. With the] removal of the booth type parti- ] tions from the side walls thej space soenis greater. | i All new fixtures will be in! L'talled, lighting, desks and (•.V.V»ViV»V<V»V.V.V.VV«Vi It's The Truth! CARS IN CRASH A car driven by Charles A when he slowed to turn the Texaco station on South Jan. 26, 1876. She came to Ban- j counters. Tentative plans for croft as a young girl and was completion are Fob. 18 with a married here in Jan., 1900, to grand opening. Joseph Recker. They spent all their married life in this community and celebrated their golden wedding in 1950. They retired from farming iq, 1945. Mr. Recker died March 4, 1959. She is survived by her children, Mrs. Florence Holding of Qranville, Iowa, John of St. Louis, Mo., Frank of New Hampton, Mrs. L. J. (Hilda) Nemmers Of Bancroft, and Joe, Jr., of Armstrong, 17 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. I SOLD IT THROUGH THE WANT ADS lots and lots of people u.se the Want Ads of the Advance newspaper to sell things. Real j T ., , estate man, farm machinery & ™SJ EYES TOP YEAR Decorah — Gary Peer, Algona, is setting his sights on another-outstanding year with the Luther College loop championship track team. He is one of three captains for the Norse track squad. Peer won the conference title last season in the 220 yard low hurdles and was second in a record performance of the 120 yard high hurdles. A senior, he is the son of Mr and Mrs Corwin C, Peer, is a biology major at Luther and is planning a teaching career. HOUSE CHAIRMAN Ames — Kent Immerfall, sou of the L. J. Immerfalls, Algona, was elected intramurals chairman for Richey House at Ames. EX-RINGSTED MAN DIES Ringstcd — A former Ringsted cafe owner, Chris Jorgensen, McCook, Neb., died Saturday at McCook. Graveside rites were held Monday at the St. John's Lutheran cemetery at Ringsted. Rev. Stanley Hansen officiated and the Thomas funeral home was in charge. Survivors include his wife, two daughters, a son and brother. BUYS BUILDING Bancroft — Homer McCarthy purchased the V.F.W. Building at a special meeting of the organization Thursday evening. During the weekend the McCarthy Plumbing and Heating business was moved into the building from the Davis location. NEW EMPLOYEES Bancroft — Mr. and Mrs. Terry Bell of Spirit Lake, Iowa are the new employees at the A. C. Welp Tavern in Bancroft. They have rented the Hart apartment which has been occupied by Mrs. Bill Russell and daughter. The Bells have two married daughters. Gets facial cuts when car hits ice A one-car accident due to ice- covered roads near Denison, facial cuts to Gene Faulstich, Algona, Satur- 101 gei neccL ° 1 Phillip st^etb a car driven | ^00 potential buyers see the *• ** IArlirn»wi«f'lic«ci|*itiM r\o rr/i i*\rat*\r by Ronald LeRoy Bitz. The accident was at 7:30 Tuesday morning. Damage to the Bronson auto was estimated at $80 and about §500 to the front end of the Bitz vehicle. Charges were filed against Bitz for following too closely. Advance Classified page every week. Ads for as little as $1.00 can sell something for you. Why not try one? "By far the largest circulation The ADVANCE" taken and son John had a bump on the head. The car they were passengers in was driven by Lewis Fraser. The accident occured when they attempted to turn into a cafe off the highway, hit a patch of ice and slid into several posts. They were on their way to pick up Mrs. Gertrude Faulstich, mother of Gene aod Mrs. Fraser.
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