ADVANCE RUIIMIiMV ftUILOINQ PERMITS Continental Oil Co., Conoco sign, $1100. ' NEW COURT CASE Forstenzer & Prank Inc. vs. Dr. C. C. Murray dba Murray's Sundries, account, $70.83. ALQONA MARKETS Corn $1,11 Immediate Beans $2.79 Oats ^__—__ :i._ 67c MAYOR'S COURT Alqona Ho^uth County State Historical Society Iowa City, Iowa VOL, 65-NO, \& f HURSDAY, FEi, 35, 196$ - ALGONA, IOWA - 16 PAGIS IN 2 SECTIONS Entered ns second doss mottof, D«e. 1, 1908, at Alfiona, Iowa, postoffica under Act, 6f Congress March 8, 1879 y *\ J«- ^^^^f ^L^ ^^ ^^^*^^^ ^^^r Algona. Lakota play again Three minors for possession of beer, $10 each; Arthur Mahn, Ottosen, public intoxication, $100; Charles E. Monson, Wesley, speeding, $10. WEDDING PERMITS Larry G. Coney and Jerlean K. Conard, both of Burt; Tillford E. Eglund, Cylinder, Ella R. Maahs, Whittemore; John C. Schade, Roxanne Rogert, both of Bode. ; ;•-:•;. '••• ALGONA WEATHER ;S ^ High Low Snow Feb. 17 36 6 ' , Feb. 18 39 8 Feb. 19 34 19 Feb. 20 42 27 Feb. 21 10 2;;: ... Feb. 22 6 -5 %" Feb. 23 _____ 4 -11%" Feb. 24 _.,___ — -9 . ST. ANN BIRTHS ; Feb. 17 — Mr and Mrs. Jerry Wilhite, Corwith, girl, 6 i oz. ' _ ..';. .; Feb. 19 — Mr and Mrs Jerry Ostrum, Algona, girl, 7 lb. 2V4 oz.; Mr and Mrs Larry Pearson, Titonka, girl, 8 lb. 6 oz.; Mr and Mrs Bernard Kramer, Fenton. boy, 7 lb. 10& oz.; Mr and Mrs Harold Thilges, Ottosen, girl, 8 lb. 7 oz. Feb. 21 — Mr and Mrs James Kennedy, Bancroft, boy, 4 lb 2V* oz. • •-"•- — > ?. Feb. 23 — Mr and Mrs Duane Dittmer, Lone Rock, girl,'5 lb 7 oz. ST. ANN HOSPITAL V Feb. 18 — Linn Taylor, Algo na, medical; Robert Harrison Algona, medical; Mrs Charles Primising, West Bend, medical; Mrs 'Edward Ruhnke, Algona, surgery. • /..- ,..-.; ;_,..••./. Hob. 19 — Mrs Mary Bldhil, Wesley, medical; •Diane Weber, Whittemore, fracture.' "• : Feb. 20 — Mrs Kathleen Vaske, Algona, medical; Mrs Louisa Murphy, Algona, medical; Mrs Eva Hasty, Algona, fracture. Feb. 21 — Mrs Ethel Putney, Algona, medical; Dean Elbert, Wmttemore, surgery; Nancy Fox, Algona, surgery. Feb. 22 — Mrs Corrine Bronson, Algona, medical;, Marcus Billick, Algona, medical; Albert Montag, West Bend, surgery; John mcNeili, Aigona, iraciure; Charles Froehlich, Wesley, medical, : Feb. 23 — Stephen Smith, Algona, medical, NEW CARS AND TRUCKS Hugo H. Miller, Elmore CMC; Beed Hardware, Titonka, Chev. P/u; Peter or Violet Plemel, Lu- Verne, Dodge; Merle J. Phelps Titonka, Ford; Earl Leroy Berg, Swea City, Chev.; Robert Fran. cis Hamilton, Swea City, Ford; John R. or Patricia A. McGuire Bancroft, Ford; Lois or Arthur Peterson, Titonka, Dodge; Win. J. Hood, Algona, Cad.; James M. Schmidt, Fenton, Chev.; Jos. P, Schissel, Lakota, Ford; James L, Schenck, Burt, Chrysler; Elvin H. or Deloris J, Boeckholt, Titonka, Dodge; Raymond J, Elbert, Whittemore, Chev,; Delbert Wm. Ferguson, Bancroft, Merc,; Edwin P, Rudd, Algona, Ford; Jerry E, or Edward W. Pilcher, Algona, Plym.; Vernal G. Koestler, Burt, Ford; Eugene E. Bollig, Fenton, Ford; Vwnon E. Hutcheson, Swe» City, Mere.; Henry <F, Mayland, Jr,, Titonka, Ford; Charles Q, Wermersen, Corwith, Chev.; Melvto Wilton R, Owens, Swea City, Ford; Qtry Lee or Ruth J, Olespn, Lone Rock, Chev.; Floren Truman Sanders, Elmore, Ford- AT BARROW SHOW Champion light weight truck To perform fiere Saturday THE KOSSUTH COUNTY Barbershop chorus, pictured above, will present its annual "Parade" Saturday night, Feb. 27, beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Members including 35 men from all walks of life from a distance of up to 40 miles from Algona. Two outstanding quartets, the KIPPERS, and the ASTRO-NAUGHTS, will also be featured. Pictured above, left to right, Dennis Weinke, Oscar Kallestad, Dr.' H. Erickson, Glen Graham, Dick Moen, Russ Johnson; Fred Geigel in the, first row. feecond row, Director Tom Canfield, Gene Hutchins/Don Nekon, Willis Jamison, Joe Graham,- Art .Olson. Ed^Lickteife. Bill Schramm, Roland Bode Back row, Bill Faulstick, Jerry) Helmke, Barney Frankl, Corwin Peer, Clarence Isebrands, Benj'Anliker, Ed Ruhnke, Bill Bailey, \Vilbur Holldorf. Not pictured — Lawrence- E. Chipman, Douglas D. Diekman, Dr.-Jy-B. Harris, Edgar M. Meyer; Ollie Nasby, Joseph A. Skow and Don Gant. Third meeting of clubs in district A couple of old rivals in recent years, Lakota and Algona, will meet again in a key district game Friday night in the Garrigan gym. Both clubs posted wins in first round action. Lakota is now 20-1 for the season and Algona is 10-9 — the first time the Bulldogs have been above the .500 mark since early in the campaign. It will be the third meeting between the teams in the past three years. Lakota won in 1963, Algona won last year 79-72 enroute to a third place finish in the state. The winners of Wednesday night's games will meet in the second battle Friday night at 8:30. ALGONA 72 EMMETSBURG 68 Algona had lots of anxious New head of Heritage Home at Bancroft Bancroft '— Mrs. Frank Brink will become the administrator of Heritage Home, Bancroft, effective March 1, following recent action taken by the board of directors. .Mrs. Brink is a registered nurse and has, been employed it St. Ann hospital, Algona, for ,he last r , dozen years., f She'^spent Tuesday 'attending a meeting of the Iowa Nursing flome -Association in Fort Dodge and .will spend the balance of the yfeek at the Heritage Home in Clarion, receiving additional training and instructions. She plans to initiate physcial therapy at' the home here in the near future. Heritage Home now has 18 patients. Their capacity is 20 Mrs.1 Leona Johnson, who has been the administrator, will re main in the employ as a nurse's aid. • V; : ' • Stillmanto open court here Monday Judge G, W. Stillman will preside at the Kossuth term of court which opens next Monday. The petit jury is to report March 8 for duty, The grand jury is scheduled to meet next week. Among cases specifically assigned for trial with date set are; Mor-Gro vs. Eaton Metal Products Co. Damages. Set for jury trial March 8. Elbert Well Co, vs. Michael Schmidt, Disputed account. Mar, 3. John Ellsworth vs. Clinton Waltman. Disputed account. Mar. Virginia Banks vs. Mark Banks, Divorce. Mar. 5, Minnesota Tires inc. vs, Jack's Vocational panels at AHS this week The Algona Community School District will conduct its, annual 'Vocational Panel"-this week; Feb. 24-26. The panel speakers will supplement the occupational studies conducted inV.the Freshman English classes,, in cooperation with the Guidance Department. • A questionnaire containing a list of numerous occupations was submitted to the Freshman class and the panelists appearing on this program are representative of the occupations selected. Sixteen careers will be" covered by the following panelists: Wednesday, Fob. 24, 9:20 a.m Secondary School Teacher — Mrs. M. Kalar; Social Worker — Harold Sicfer; Office Secretary — Mrs. Bob Garins; Machinist — Burt Harmes; Research Scientist — Perry Collins; Armed 'Force; — Selective Service System Re presentatiye. Thursday, Fob. 25, 12:35 p.m Vurse — Mrs, B. Richardson; Store Manager — Mel Bay; Interior Decorator — Bob Watson; Athletic Coach — H. Stephenson; Auto Repairman — Ralph Elbert, Friday, Fob. 26, 2:00 p.m. Farmer— Floyd Bode; Pharmacist — Dutch Honsbruch; City Manager — David Smith; Engineer — Ed Adams. The entire will meet in auditorium for each of the panel discussions. Each panelist has been allotted 10-12 minutes speaking time and a question and answer period will complete the program after ail of the panelists have spoken. $1300 damage in Lakota crash Damage totalling over $1300 was done to cars driven by. two north Kossuth county farmers when they collided on highway 9 one-half mile northeast of Lakota-'Monday morning about 1-1:25 a.m. ; ; Charges of "an improper left turn" were made against one driver, Walter Zielske, Bancroft; by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst. His car had $300 in damage while a machine driven by LeRoy- A. Busch, Ledyard, had about $1000 in damage. • Lindhorst reported Zielske was traveling east on highway 9 and made a turn north and his car hit the side of the Busch machine, which: was coming west .on highway -9. Although there was heavy damage to the two machines, neither of the drivers was injured. . Sentral school board Member Band concert at Garrigan dated Sunday The Garrigan high school band will present its annual band concert, Sunday, Feb. 28, at 8:00 p.m. A musically exciting evening plays e" enjoyed as the popular the band "My Fair 4. O.K. Disputed account. Mar, 5, Several other cases are listed for trial but most of them will be passed over at this term be- ciuse of difficulty of attorneys being available because of other of si* Hampshire, Crossbred barrows was won by Ljckteig Pros., Algpna, at the Minnesota State Spring Barrow Show at Albert Lea, Feb. i&m T|uj same truck load took reserve grand champion. In the individual showing they piacei §t6 iI*«J 8th. AT ST. PAUL MiiTING Helen Ferris, manage* of Montgomery Waj4 store, le Wednesday alteynoiaij f Of | day training meeting in St. F*ul, Minn. Managers from fojjr d> tricts wiU attead. on Freshman class the high school Ftmton — Robert Hanna of .Lone Rock has resigned from the Sentral Community schoo board, it was announced Monday. The resignation become effective immediately, Hanna has been a member of the board for eight years. The other members of the board met in a special session Monday afternoon selected Dale Schroeder, Lone Rock, to fill the vacancy until school board elections are held in September. Mrs, Roger Long, Lone Rock, has been hired as the superintendent's secretary for the remainder of the school year. She will replace Mrs, Jerry Breese who, recently resigned, and will begin her duties Wednesday. Lady" and "The Sound of Music", then swings into a syncopat ed Latin American rhythm, to be followed by the intriguing French Can-Can. Sue Nelson and Dan Owens will be featured in a trumpet duet, "'The Holy City." Marches and a -few pop tunes including "Java" and "Hello Dolly" will also be heard. ' Admission is $1 for adults and 50 cents for students. The public is cordially invited. Over 1.000 visit Weidenhoff plant Op«n House at Waidenhoff Monday was a hug* success. •10 p«opl« war* guided through th* plant east of Algona; this figure includes only adults who were presented with a flier on the history of the plant. A number of children were there, too. Chartered buses took passengers from the down town area and many people drove their own cars. During th* rest of the week members of several service organiiations and a class from th* high school will tour the plant, probably making the total number of visitors about 1,000, moments but the Bulldogs always seemed to be. equal to the occasion as the locals sent Emmetsburg out of the district tournament here in the first round, 72-68 Monday night in the Garrigan gym. It was the lirst step on what Bulldog fol- owers hope is a return to the state tournament in Des Moines next month. This could be a big wish hough for plenty of tough contenders lay ahead, the next of which is Lakota Friday night. But Algona showed flashes of brilliance in this opening round win, particularly by Dale Teeter, who poured in 27 points. Only in rebounding did the 6'4" Bulldog junior seem lacking Monday. Al Priebe and Steve Hardy made up fp'r Teeter's lack of position at times. As it was Dale got quite a few rebounds — just nol his normal quota. Priebe had one of his better scoring nights with 14 points before fouling out with six seconds left in the game. Tom Claude also hit double figures with a dozen points and most 01 vantage. The Bulldogs went into a semi- stall and counted only free ;hrows the rest of the way but that was enough. Most Algona fans had figured their club had improved im- mensley since a 71-69 overtime loss to Emmetsburg in the season opener last fall. The E- Hawks showed they'd come a long way too and this was a scorching battle all the way. ALGONA (72) fg Merryman 3 Priebe 4 Teeter 9 Espe 4 Hardy 1 Claude 5 TOTAL 26 EM'BURG (68) fg Brown 5 Stauss 4 ft 1-1 6-10 9-13 1-3 1-2 2-2 20-31 McMillen Mullen _ ._ 1 4 Lewis .v 11 Wait 0 Whitmore 0 TOTAL 25 # ' # # LAKOTA 71 ARMSTRONG 63 ft 5-6 5-6 5-5 0-0 3-5 0-1 0-0 18-23 19 these came on" to?out chances . Lakota a » d Armstro »g hooked For Emmetsburg, their great U P in their third meeting of the season here Monday night anc the Eagles rolled to their 17th straight win enroute to a 20-1 year thus far by crushing the Tigers, 71-63 in the opening district tournament game. Armstrong was the only team to beat Coach Earl Zwager- mann's club this year and in fact, it was the first time the Eagles have been beaten in a regular season game in three years. The difference was junior Roger Becker, who ended with 26 points from his forward post. He threw in the key points about every time Armstrong threatened and besides scoring a third of his team's points, he passed off beautifully for many assists. Becker got valuable scoring help from Rich Thomson with 18 points while Dick Barrett and Allan Lindell led the Tigers with 19 points each. Jim God fredsen, the high-scoring Arm strong center, was held to just 11. Armstrong never led in thi game after the early minute scoring ace Craig Lewis was top man with 25. He's the boy that broke a 10-year old school scoring record set by Jim Truelson in the 1950's with 43 just a few nights before. You could easily see why here Monday. THE E-HAWKS led in this game only twice and the first was on a long swisher by this [uy Lewis to start the night's scoring. Teeter and Hardy got Algona into a 4-2 lead and although Algona never again was behind until near the end, the score was knotted at 4-4, 7-7, and 9-9 before Priebe stuffed in five straight points to close out the quarter with an Algona lead of 14-11. Claude sandwiched a Teeter free throw with two long pushers and then Teeter reeled off seven straight points before Claude got a rebound to make it 28-20, Teeter hit again to push Algona in front 30-20 for its biggest lead up to then. The Bulldogs were in front 34-22 on Craig Espe's long bucket shortly before the half and all seemed Win trophy at Waterloo they are interested in. Usually the first week is taken UP with procedural matters and motions,- gnd usually there are some pleas of guilty in criminal cases; (Marten, WMHemore almltn merit The Hobarton Co-op «md the Whittemore Co-op elevators voted to pwge Tuesday night at i meeting at the VFW hall. This arrangement will be effective March 31- There were 156 "yes" votes an4 16 "no." The HoUar- tOB elevator will be referred to ajj the Hoharton branch of the WMlttenjore elevator. It is not jf there will be any in. the personnel. WED 53 YEARS Titonka — Mr and Mrs John Rode, of Titonka, were guests for their 53rd wedding Sunday at their son, the Art Rodes. BREAKS A LEG Whittemore — Jim Dahlhauser broke a leg Friday when he fell while unloading hay. WIN SUMMER TRIP Bancroft — Raymond Johnson and family, Bancroft, won an all-expense paid week's vacation ,t Lake Okoboji last Thursday at the Grand Opening of the V-C Chemical Co. here. BUY ALTAR CLOTH Seneca — Blakjer church women met at the church Thursday with Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Mrs. Henry Jensen hostesses. Mrs. Raymond Bergum presided in the absence of the ^resident, Mrs. Ted Jensen. Mrs. Oavid Looft had devotions and meditation and Mrs. Henry Looft had Bible study. They voted to purchase a new altar cloth for the church sanctuary. CLOSE LOCKER Livermore — Patrons of Frideres Lockers have received notices that the lockers will be closed by March 1 altho they still do meat processing and sharp freezing. ON DEAN'S LIST Bancroft — Ann Vogel, Bancroft and a University of South Dakota junior in the College of Fine Arts, was recently named on the Dean's Honor List for the first semester of the current school year. WILL MOVE Titonka — Mr and Mrs Dan THE THill ALGONA high school wrestlers that carried the Bulldogs to second place in the state wrestling tournament at Waterloo last weekend are shown proudly holding the trophy they won. They aye, left to right, Pave Msrto, Tea Miller. Coach Champ Martin is shown at right. |t was the third time in history a Martin- coached team has ended up as state runner- ups —'but he's never had a state champion as yet. Exclusive "Qn-the-See&e" photo by Ad- ygftce's Mike serene. The scrappy E-Hawks, who gave away several inches in height to the locals but not an inch in scrap, showed otherwise, Mr. Lewis hit a free throw and rebound, and then two more free throws and the half ended at 36-31 when Espe's desperation shot from midfloor (a 45- footer) banked in off the glass. But Emmetsburg started right to work in the second half and got the thing tied at 38-38 with 5:30 left on Paul Brown's short! shot. Teeter and Merryman got: Algona back in front and the Bulldogs stretched the advan- take to 49-42. ALGONA UEP 55-48 after Steve Hardy's layup and the quarter ended 55-50. Mullen, Strauss and Brown hit quickly for Emmetsburg and the E- Hawks went in front 58-57. Merryman got Algona back into the lead with a jumper but Brown hit again on a drive shot and Emmetsburg led 60-59 with five minutes left. They never I were to lead again or be closer ithan four points. Claude hit 1 from the side and Priebe caught the nets with a jumper. Teeter then drilled four straight free throws tor a 67-60 Algona ad- but each time Lakota built an 8 or 10-point lead, the Tigers whitled away to get back in contention. Lakota built a 12-6 first quarter bulge but a layup by Barrett sliced the margin to 16-14 early in the second quarter. Becker hit eight straight points and passed off for another to increase the spread to 10 at 2717 but the Tigers had it cut in half at the intermission, 29-24. Wubben, of Titonka, plan to move on March 1 to Independence where they have purchased an A & W Drive-in, Helen ioyken, Woden, has purchased heir home and will move after he Wubbens leave. Dan has sold his DX service truck to Don Gerdis, Mr. Wubben has aeen with this business for 14 years. TO VIET NAM Bancroft — Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bergman, Bancroft, who is serving aboard the USS Iwo Jima, left last Thursday for Viet Nam. The ship is expected to be in Far East waters for a year. His wife, who has been with him in California for several months, will return to Algona to live with her parents. NAMED PRINCESS Mary Bradley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Joseph, is one of nine princesses who will reign at the annual Mardi Gras coronation and ball at Duchesne College of the Sacred Heart in Omaha, Friday. One will be crowned queen as a result of voting by the students and facul- LAKOTA almost had the game salted away at 42-31 late in the third quarter but back came Gary Colston with a layup, Godfredsen with a free throw and Barrett with a layup to cut the margin to six. | The third quarter ended at; i 52-42 and then the Tigers made Yes, with jyst a low cost Ad- their final serious threat. God- j vgn ce "Want Ad," you have a hot-line to over 5500 Kossyth County homes. Think of it — reach this many people for a few pennies. The next time you want to buy, sell, rent er hire, place yeyr ad in the Kossuth County Advance — the only newspaper that covers this county entirely! fredsen and Al Lindell hit rebounds and Joe Sturm connected from close-in to cut the margin to four. Stan Tjaden got a rebound for Lakota but Colston and Barrett connected to slice the spread to 54-52 and Armstrong got within one shortly after when Godfredsen hit a layup. Then Becker took personal charge again. After Tjaden hit Continued on Page 7) "By far the largest circulation The AP VANCE"
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