Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1965 · Page 2
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5—AlGONA (lows) ADVANCE M6NBAV, MARCH S, 1«6S Facts Due to the bad weather of last week, the Mardi Gras which was scheduled for Tuesday, March 2, was postponed indefln- ately. — GHS— The leading relet in the operetta, "Camelot", which is to be presented in March, are: Richard Loebig, Florence McGuire. and Randy Kollasch. The cast will include: Dan Bray, Pat Crawford, Tom Derner, Phil Bormann, Jerry Bradley, Jim Grandgenett, Frank Heinen, Bill Dahlhauser, Mike Lickleig, Larry Dahlhauser, Chuck Arndorfer. Tom J. Miller, Terry Wagner, Dale Walker, Richard Salz, Ron Kohlhaas, Tom Fuchsen, Dan Montag, Hazel McEnroe, Vicky McGuire, Jane Arndorfer, Cathy Lickteig, Connie Cassel, Janet McGuire, Kathy Kinsman, Janet Erpelding, Josephine Baumann, Shari Ludwig, Madonna Heinen. Jean Plemel, Sue Bode, Virginia Gisch, Jean Owens, Kris Plathe, Mary Jo Becker and Gloria Mortiz. — GHS— Everyone celebrated Mr. Cooper's birthday on Monday, March 1. One of his classes presented him with a huge cake. Last week a local veterinarian dissected a dog which was viewed by the biology classes. It was very -interesting to the students. , —GHS— Senior Enflish classes are once again finding materials on a favorite author. This paper is due March 19 and is the second assignment of this type this year. ,..,_.,.. — GHS— Garrigan students were dismissed at 12:45 on Monday because of the weather. They also enjoyed,* no school on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 2 and 3. ( -1 .•' '-LGHS— ' ' Trie band will be practicing for the next few weeks to prepare for the concert which they will present .at. Algona high school. Each year the two schools take turns ..playing for each other. Garrigan 's band will go to Algona high 'school sometime in April. Ex-Titonka man, Ernest Schmidt, 84, ties Wednesday A .fanner Titonka man, Ernest Schmidt, 84 of Woden, died last Wednesday at the home of his son, Lowell Schmidt, at Buffalo Center. He had been ill for a number of years. Funeral services were Held Saturday at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Titonka. Mr Schmidt came from Germany and lived at Allison, Iowa and later in South Dakota. When .he was 14 years old he came to the Titonka area. He was married to Marie Kam- meyeier at Merrill and they lived there for six years and they moved back to Titonka. They farmed near Titonka for many years and he later did tiling and carpenter work. His wife died in 1931. Surviving are two children, three brothers and two sisters. Meeting dated Sunday at Garrigan An informational meeting concerning the Papal Volunteers for Latin America will be held at Garrigan high school Sunday, March 14, at 2:30. A movie on Latin America, entitled The Eleventh Hour, will be shown and a representative of the Lay Volunteer Apostolate Office of the Sioux City Diocese will be present. All who are interested in this program of aid to Latin America — especially prospective volunteers — are invited to attend. The Sioux City office which has already sent 12 lay persons from northwest Iowa to Brazil in the last three years is now accepting applications for the 1965 training program. Local representatives of the PAULA program are Mr James McMahon, Dr D. J. Shey and Father Edward Mason. Casa Grande, now a National Monument, is a four-story apartment-house built 600 years ago by Salado Indians in Arizona. Whittemore girl married Whittemore — Ella Rae Maahs, daughter of the Ed. H. Maahses, Whittemore, and Tillford Egland, son of the Tillman Eklands, Cylinder, were married Feb. 28 in St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore at 2:30 p.m. Rev. Cleo Kautsch performed the double ring ceremony. Reuben Butzke accompanied Janice Roeber soloist. Evonne Maahs, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Donna Egland and Eunice Sobers. Jim Jacobson, Forest City, Roger Egland, Decorah, and Everett Maahs attended the groom. Ushers were Earl Maahs, Ames, and Larry Beckland, Cylinder. A reception was in St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors. She graduated from Wliitte- high school and is employed at the assessors office in Algona. He graduated from Cylinder high school. After a trip to Florida they will live on a farm near Cylinder. i WIN INtCONTES Banwart and Martin Zaugg, Palo Alto county, were among the Future Farmers who attended the sub-district contest in Thompson'Saturday. Stewart received a silver rating in sneaking, Wayne Banwart a gold rating, and the parliamentary procedure team took a gold rating. Martin Zaugg took a silver rating for .extemporaneous speaking. All with gold ratings go to the district contest. GOOD NEIGHBORS A good neighbor deed was done at Jim Dahlhauser's last Saturday when Dave Fandel, Arnold Kollasch. Louis Kollasch, Jack Bayer, Ed. Kenyon, Ray and Dan Montag came to sort hogs and do general farm work which had been put off since Jim broke a leg while hauling hay recently. Daniel P. Ludwig, son of the Paul Ludwigs, has been made airman 3rd class and has been attending school at Lowry A.F.B. at Denver, Colo., since Feb. 26. The Martin Duffvs and Chas. Bormanns had the Town-Country club Sunday evening. Chas. Bormann, Mrs. Wm. Fandel, Mike Mergen, Mrs. Chas. Bormann and Mrs. Leo Walters won prizes. Guests were the Wm. Fan- dels and Mrs. Kathleen Duffy, Algona. The Ed Farrells and Frank Foleys visited Sr. Marie Celine at Fairbanks Sunday. Frank Eisele spent the weekend in Dubuque with his son Paul at St. Bernard's Seminary. The Vic Daus were Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Art Zinnell, West Bend, Sunday. Other guests were the Edwin Berninghauses, Montgomery, and Larry Berninghouses, P r i o r Lake, Minn. They attended the Schaefer-Mogler wedding in the Lutheran church in West Bend in the afternoon. The Sterling Simonsons and Stanley Simonsons were Sunday guests at Andrew Pedersen's, Rolfe. The John Martes had the Pinochle club Monday. Leo Walters, Mrs. Wm. Fandel, Win. Fandel, Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch and Mrs. Frank Piekarski won prizes. Mrs. Adela Meyer was a Sunday guest at David Berkland's, Fenton, for his birthday. Other guests were the Ahin Potratzes, Ernest Berklands, Larry Gades, and Stanley Berklands. The Win. Meyers II were Sunday guests at the maternal Mrs. Elmo Barber's, Bode. Mrs. Gertrude Kollasch and Glen spent Sunday at Andrew Miller's, Algona. The Ralph Schumachers, Mrs. Rosa Schumacher and Otto Elbert were Sunday visitors at Lawrence Schumacher's, Armstrong. Mrs. John Thilges and Mrs, Melvin Thilges, West Bend, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Nick Thilges. The Art Mulligans, Bancroft, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bertha Uhlenhake. Mrs, Marguerite Heinrich was a Sunday visitor with her mother Mrs. Gus Frink, Cylinder. The Clarence Bormanns, St. Joe, visited Sunday at the parental C. R. Kollasch'S. Mrs. C. R. Kollasch spent several days last week at Mrs. Irene Bormann's, St. Joe. Mrs. Arnold Gade had as Sunday guests for her husband's birthday, the Alvin Steenhards and Arthur Gades, Algona, Tom Dunphys, Ervin Siemses, Wayne Gades and Theo. Meiers. man dies in North Dakota Burt — Funeral services for Sidney Robert John, 63, of Mandan, N. D., were held at the Garry Funeral home in Bancroft March 6, Rev, Bruce Calbreath officiating. Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley Jr., soloist, was accompanied by Mrs. Leonard Stenzel. Pallbearers were Roy Ringsdorf, W. W. Boettcher, E. .C. Schwietert, Earl Ackerman, Earl Shipler, Henry Smith. Burial was in Bancroft cemetery. Sidney John was born April 22, 1901, in Maxwell, where he received his schooling. Jan. 1, 1923 he married Fern Marie Olson, Lakota. They farmed near Burt until 1947, when they moved to Mandan, N. D., where he was in the cattle business. There were four sons and two daughters. One son, Donald, 19, in the Marines was killed in action in World War II. A twin daughter and a son died in infancy. His wife Fern died Feb. 12, 1960. He is survived by two sons and a daughter: Merwyn, Valley City, N. D.; Richard, Fergus Falls, Minn.; and Shirley, Mrs. Wm. Norton, New Providence, N T . J., and eight grandchildren. His 89 year old mother, Mrs. Louise John, is in a rest home in Northwood, and a sister Esther, Mrs. Harold Hanson, in Northwood. Mr. John died suddenly of a heart attack March 1 at his apartment in Lewis Clark hotel where he lived alone. W.S.C.S. at Burt Methodist church has been postponed the second time because of the weather. It will meet March 10 at the church. Clothing is needed at the Good Will Industries in Sioux City. The truck will pick up fille'd bags at Burt March 10. Leave material at the Methodist parsonage garage before that date. Merwyn John, Valley City, N. D., Richard John, Fergus Falls, Minn., Mrs. Wm. Norton, New Providence, N. J., came for their father, Sidney John's funeral Friday and were guests of their aunt Mrs. Ben Behling. The M. J. Trunkhills left Mar. 3 for California. Donald Peterson, home on leave from the navy, accompanied them and was to report March 5 for further training in Nevada. Enroute they stopped in Sioux City to visit Catherine at beauty school there. They will visit, i daughter, Norcta, Mrs., 1-fafold Drab, Long Beach, Calif. They will be gone Several weeks. The M. L. Trunkhills wefft to Rockford, 111. Feb. 26 arid visited the David Wcslons. The Westpns and Trunkhills attended the auto show in Chicago. Tlie Trunkhills returned home Mar 1. Alvina Hasse fell on the ice March 3 and broke her ankle. The annual meeting of, the stockholders of Burt Telephone Co. was postponed to March 9 in the telephone office. The Richard L. Johnsons have ! a 7 Ib. 7Vfe o?.. daughter Leslie {Ann, born at St. Ann hospital i Feb. 27. Mr. Johnson is princi- i pal at Burt school. Mrs. Johnson | and Leslie Ann came home Thursday. The Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting'will be March 10 at Thecla Christcnsen's. The postponed business meeting will also be held. Members are;requested to bring their Golden Mike ballots. U.P.W. Circle meetings were postponed to March 10. Circle A at Mrs. Robert Angus's, Circle B at Mrs. Axel Carlson's, Circle C at Mrs. Delmar Angus's. ; The Howard Geesmans ? are moving from Odin, Minn. to ; the Nina Gisch farm northwest' of Bancroft. The blizzard delayed them somewhat. The W.'.W. Boettchers visited them at Bancroft Wednesday. The Glen Blacks moved to Burt the first of the week. They are living in the Fraser home vacated by the Thomas Herricks recently. ;;' Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf had a light heart attack Wednesday while shoveling snow. Her daughter, Mrs. Neva Shipler, Swea City, came Wednesday and 'will be with her several days. She is improving at home. j V Farm moves being made in Ottosen area Ottosen — Several families in the community have:, moved-.recently. The Helmer "Lenni'hgs have moved from the Ed Enpck- son farm to the Clyde Boore farm a mile and a half south of Humboldt. The Eugene Waltmans hhve moved r -from : Rutland to ihe Greens, West Bend, have moved to Ottosen into the house of Mrs. Lillian Wchrsoann. . The Elmer Ericksons moved to Humboldt to the Volbording farm. The Charles. Thatchers, Bode, have moved to the farm vacated by the Ericksons. * The James Kleppers moved to Emmetsburg where he is working for the Culligan company. He had worked for the Farmers Elevator here. -- • • The Maynard Kressins, Lone Rock, will move soon to the Starin farm west of town. Mr. Kressin does not farm but works for the Ottosen elevator. The Le Roy Worbys and Raloh Jacobsons were guests at a card party Sunday at Richard Matheson's, Bode, The,Virgil Struthers returned Sunday from three weeks in Florida and Texas. They als'o saw their new grandson. Collin Larry, son of the Larry Riglers, at Iowa City. The Fred Benjamins, Bradgate, and Clifford Joneses, Rolfe, were Sunday guests at Barrel Jones' for Steven Jones' 7th birthday. ; Lenhard Holden, who recently returned home from the hosi pital, has had as visitors the Donald Kinnes, Arnold Brodales. Arne Jottens, Gilbert Holden and Oliver Christiansen.. Lester Wehrspanri, who was ; a medical patient at Lutheran hospital for a week, returned home j Sunday. The Delbert Wejir- spanns, Omaha, were Friday vife- itors. The Tom Bennetts and H. D. Bensons went to Sumner Sun- and were guests at Dean Nilges's. Larry Deah Nilges, 3, returned with his grandparents, the Bensons, for a wefek. ? The Cofiraa Johnson! and Le ft&y WofbyS wefe Saturday guests at Basil .Brock's, Bode, following the basketball game. Conservation farmer named HAROLD MONTAG Harold Montag, Garfield township, was selected as conservation farmer of the month by the Kossuth Soil Conservation commissioners, according to Julius Baas, chairman. He lives two miles south of West Bend. He first started to contour in 1958, when he had several gullies so large he could not cross them. After contouring the rolling, 52 acres on his farm and using a three year rotation, the gullies have healed and he is starting to get good stands of grass in the natural waterways. He reports that a lot less water is running down the hills now. Contouring allows water to soak into the soil on the hills and soil losses are cut to a bare minimum, It is hard to measure the amount that contouring increases yield, but there is visible proof there is a reduced loss of top soil. He developed his conservation farm plan on his farm in February, 1958, with the assistance of Lyle Riedinger. He plans to add additional conservation practices in the near future, including additional tile drainage, terraces and a new windbreak. The Montag livestock ehter- nrises consist of around 500 feeder pigs,' 50 head of cattle and 1200 laying hens. The Mon- tags have a five year old daughter, Teresa. Nome from trip to Hawaii Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel, Algona, have returned from a two week tour of Hawaii. They left Omaha by DC 8 jet Feb 7 for Waikiki Beach. The temperature was between 70° and 80° the entire two weeks and they had rain only one evening. They visited a Polynesian cultural center where the natives live as they did years ago SAT. MAT, AT 1:30 EOGARBUCHANAN PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS ENDS WED, "YOUNG UOVfRS" PLUS "BLACK LIKE ME" ALGONA 2 EXCITING HITS! %. on strong n> is the heat of TNORS. Km WT, MARCH 11-13 SHOWN AT 7:30 ONLY IM9WN AT 9:15 ONLY ,t1iey fook an air tour of thfe folituift Hopping several-times where an inland sojourn by car to€k iMhi to pineapple, orchid Mil $flg1&r (*afl plantations, they vife'wetl a leper colony on Molo- kil from the air- Highlight of the trip for Mrs. Winkel was deep sea fishing. Their party caught A tuna and a martin each weighing 80 lbs. ( which according to the captain is small. They were seated next to Roy Brown, Salix, former Kossuth Extension offiaer at a traditional luau Wliefie whole pig (Fdfttet! in an open pit met hot fcoMiij, fresh fruits arid the tslatlfl drink poi was served. They also met the Dr, M. & Lichters, friefidS of theifS frofrt Burt, who were in Hawaii for the wedding of their daughter. LEAGUERS TO MEET Leaguers of Immanuel Lutheran in Swea City Will hold preschool worship services' Wednesday at 7:45 a.m. during Lent. Services are . also , beirig held Thortd«y at 7 p.m. it the ' CARS IN CRASH ; ; fwd cats collided at the tef of North and Colby st Wednesday about 6 p.nl. Wlfti* im Mall was driving npfth on ^qlby and James J. Welder- scheidt was headed west <prth street. William jhable to stop and was with failure to yield the fight jf way. imimiiiiMwwi™ THE ADVANCE will match Its circulation with ANY PAPER —. ANY TIME — ANYWHERE! We do NOT make fake paid circulation claims. Our circulation is TOTAL PAID — not sent free, hot sent to those who seek to be taken off our list. Neatly 6,000 families gelt the Advance every week —• and no matter what arty other newspaper may tell you — that's the BIGGEST PAID CIR. ULATION of any newspaper within 25 miles of Algona. MEDICARE BENEFITS THE PUBLIC UNDERSTAND 'MEDICARE?' 11% DO NOT, SAYS A RECENT 6ALLUP POLL! * MEDICARE (King-Anderson) offers only LIMITED hospitalization and nursing ,home care,and SOME diagnostic and home nursing services. if MEDICARE would NOT.-provide for physicians, for surgeons, or for drugs • : in and out of a hospital. -"•*• ""* -.,•„,.,..„ f;4 *, ...,»,<.;...„,. .,....* ....... .. : ,,,,.. * MEDICARE would boost payroll taxes. It would hit hardest those least 2«JiJ pay- The ^QO-a-year worker would pay as much tax 'as the $75,000 executive. '*• MEDICARE'S cost would be great, because its LIMITED benefits would go to everyone over 65, well-to-do and wealthy persons as well as those who are in need. ' ELDERCARE BENEFITS DO IOWANS WANT TO HELP ONLY THOSE WHO NEED HELP, HOT EVERYONE? IO Y WA"POL S L AID NEARLY 70% OF ™ m WHO PARTICIPAtEO |N A RECENT SURVEY TAKEN BY THE if ELDERCARE Is designed to offer a wide range of hospital and 'medical services for persons over 65 who need help — much more than MEDICARE, if ELDERCARE covers physicians' care, surgical co.sts, druis m and out of hospital — plus hospital and nursing home care. 'MEDICARE covers only part of the latter. * ELDERCARE would NOT require a new payroll tax. It would be financed b» federal-state funds through the KERR-MILLS MAA program which already exist* in Iowa. It would not use your, tax dollars to provide benefits for the wealthy. * ELDERCARE lets people qualify for benefits before Hlnesis strike!; lowans would obtain insurance policies for medical and hospital care, wolud pay nothing, ethers would contribute a part of the cost ' - ' • ~ ' • : WHAT CAH Yfl H ? Time Is Short! Since This Legislation Originated In The U.S, House of Representatives, Write Your Representative JLDERCARj [Possibly You May : wint to Sign tetter! ^ °" "™ * Te DEAR CONGRESSMAN ____________ ^.-.-^ -.,..,„ .„ ..... ,As a concerned lowan, I feel the proper role of our the area of health care for the affl ^^ Vf I do wt.favor adding a new pavrol^taX to pay even limited benefits to persons qver 65 who are wealthy and who prefer to like to urge yoy to suppJrt^Wfo Sincerely, 1. 9, HPIKCNWIYH FIOM IOWA J. John R. Schm 2, John G, Culver f tt ft ftw ' 4. BertBaadst 5. lieal Smitlj 6. Stanley L 7. COUNTY

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