Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1965 · Page 4
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(tew) ADVANCI MONDAY, MARCH M. Bulldo Extension council 4 Th* AHS Concert Band under the direction of Mr. Rtisscl Glister will present its annual winter concert Tuesday, March 23, .at eight p.m. in the auditorium. Both the morning and afternoon bands will present familiar and well-known tunes. —AHS — Senior Rodney Scuffhum and his brother John, a 1904 AHS graduate, have received statewide acclaim for their purebred Poland China swine herd. Both are members of Future Farmers of America. —AHS — ,Th« movie film taken by Mike Stillman of the Cadettes at the Girls State Tournament was seen last week by Mrs Moxley and many others. f —AHS — Th« (costume crew for "Little Women" have been hard at work putting on the final touches to the costumes. The set crew will begin work this week. —AHS — An adult drivers education program is scheduled to begin March 22 under the direction of Mr. Fritz Nielsen.. — AHS — Junior Dale Teeter finished the basketball season with a total of 471 points in 22 games. Runner-uo Dan Merryman finished with 250. and senior Steve Hardy scored 240. — AHS — • A career film on engineering was shown last week in the auditorium. i — AHS — "College Night", an evening of interviews with college representatives for sophomores, juniors, and seniors scheduled for •Wednesday, March 17, was can- celed due to the weather and will bo re-scheduled for a later date. Police cheek (wo accidents The Algona police investigated two accidents Friday afternoon. Cars driven bv Donald W. Jnr- genson and J<*ck W. Budke. Mason City, collided at the intersection of McGregor and Wooster streets. The Jorgcnson auto had about $500 damage to the right side and the vehicle driven bv Budke and owned by Hewctt Wholesale Co. hnd estimator! damage of $75 to the left front fender and bunioer. Budke was charged with failure to enter the highway safely. Another accident occured about 3:30 p.m. with automobiles driven bv James L. Esscr and Nathan W. Strayer, 19. involved in a crash at the intersection of Moore and College streets. Estimated damaec to the Esser vehicle was $100 and about $25 to the grill and bumoer of the Strayer auto. Nathan Stravor was charged with failure to yield the right of way. TO 20-YEAR CLUB Ralph Diekoff, Algona. a longtime emoloyee of the Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co., will be honored at a dinner April 23, in Des Moines for 20 years of service. Eighty-six Pioneer employees have completed at least 20 years of service and hold active membership in tlie Twenty-Year Club. Ready to go parading . . . fashion-wise hats in smart straws, lovely fabrics, pretty flowers. Choose yours . . , soon. 4.00 to 8.00 PICTURED ABOVE are the members of the 1965 Kossuth County Extension Council. The Council is responsible for helping plan and carry out an educational program in Agriculture, Home Economics, 4-H and Community and Public Affairs. Left to right (standing) LeRoy Janssen, Lincoln; Lawrence Lewis, Ledyard; Robert Bolcneus, Wesley; Herman Tjarks, German; Lloyd Thorson, Eagle; W. H. Bosworth, Cresco; Eugene Lampc, Greenwood; Art Person, Burt; Bernard Thilges, Hiverdale; Albert Banwart, Garfield; Clarence Siemer, Irvington; and Ervin Borchardt, Fcnton. Left to right (sitting) Mrs Fred Bchrends, Hebron; Mrs Randall Clark, Plum Creek; Mrs Mclvin Pompe, Lotts Creek and Mrs Orville Thpreson, Swea. The officers have been pictured earlier. They are Karl Kiilsholm, Union, chairman; Wayne Lynch, Seneca, vice-chairman; Mrs Albert Johnson, Prairie, secretary; and Mrs Aug; 'RranrH. Hsirri c mi. treasurer. Also not nicti'red are Erwin Eden, Buffalo; Gerald Pedersen, Grant; Francis Shorey, LuVerne; Glenn Larson, Portland; Dennis Rustemier, Ramsey; John Per- gandc, LuVerne and Harold Poppen, Whittemore. Ethel Putney dies Friday at hospital Ethel E. Putney, 66, died at St. Ann hospital Friday. She had lived with a sister, Mrs W. J. Becker at 702 South Thorington street for the past five years. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the McCullough funeral home. Rev. Frank Harcey will officiate and burial will be in Evergreen cemetery at Wesley. Serving as pallbearers will be nephews Gayle Studer, Bernard Hauptman, Everett Anderson, Larry Laing,"D"r. 'Jblfri Ferguson and Fred Diekmann. She was born Ethel Johnson, daughter of Jacob and Mathilda Johnson, at Wesley on Dec. 16, 1898. She was married to Forrest Putney who preceded her in death in 1948. There were no children. Mrs Putney was: employed at a bank in Algona and Wesley many years ago and later serv< ed as District Clerk of the Dept. of Interior in Colorado. She came back to Algona to live with her sister, Mrs Becker, five years ago. Also surviving are brothers George Johnson, Denver, Colo, and Norman Johnson, La Quinta, Calif., and a sister, Mrs Meryl Ferguson, Cedar Rapids. Two sisters and a brother preceded her in death. OMVI trial to be resumed Tuesday Trial of a charge of driving while intoxicated started last week Monday was schedueld to resume this Tuesday morning. The case was postponed last Wednesday morning when jurors were not able to get in because of the storm. A further postponement was had Thursday when the roads were still blocked. Judge Stillman, who is presiding, is scheduled to be in Storm Lake court this Monday preparing for a coming court term there, hence the delay till Tuesday, The charge was brought against Thomas A. Sampson. Erdman named second all-state Kristie Erdman, the 5'6" senior forward on the Twin Rivers basketball team, was named to the second all-state girls basketball team by the Iowa Daily Press Association Thursday in all-state ratings. She was the only girl named from this area. Miss Erdman was one of the state's leading scorers with a 49-point per game mark and led Twin Rivers to the state tournament for the third straight year this winter. Others from the area given honorable mention were Cheryl Nelson, Ringsted; Jane Hanselman, LuVerne; Stephanie Bartak, Corwith-Wesley; Karen Jensen, Ringsted, ' all forwards; Deanna Brandt, Ledyard; Linda Watson, Ringsted; Dianne Waterhouse, Ledyard; Pat Zwiefel, Burt, all guards. M.G. Parsons, ex-lrvington, dies at 88 Morris G. Parsons, 88, died on March 17 at Wilfair nursing home at Burt. He was a retired farmer who had lived in Irvington township most of his life. Funeral services were held on Saturday at 2 o'clock at McCullough's chapel with Rev. Mack Carlson officiating. Burial was in Laurel Hill cemetery at Irvington. Pallbearers were Herman Becker, Kenneth Roney, B. O. Davis, and Bert Olson. Morris G. Parsons was born Jan. 8, 1877, in Sherman township, the son of Gillespie M. and Mary A. Baker Parsons. He was married to Pearl Patterson who died in 1963. Survivors are two sons, Ralph, Algona, and Merrill, Waterloo, Wis. One daughter is dead. Others surviving are a brother and sister, Mrs Laura Burtis, Algona, and John Parsons, St. Paul, Minn., and 17 grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren. The rolling mill for working metals was first described by Leonardo da Vinci. Walks to safety in blizzard Vern Jensen, who has traveled for years for the Sunray DX company, drove into Humboldl Wednesday afternoon about three o'clock from the east and thinking the roads were still good enough for travel, headed For Algona on highway 169. By the time he was only a mile out of Humboldt, he realized it was too bad to proceed but he couldn't see a place to turn around so he continued on towards Algona. Visibility got so bad he could hardly tell if he was still on the pavement. He didn't know where he was until he went under the underpass at the Bocle-Livermore corner. A few yards after that, the left front of his car settled on the wrong side of the road in a ditch. JENSEN FELT it was better to find a place to stay for the night then rather than after it got dark. He had plenty of foul weather gear with him. After walking a considerable distance, he recognized a corn crib. To keep the snow from blowing inside the parka hood, he kept his head turned northeast and struggled on. All at once, a dog ran out to greet him and he knew a farmhouse was near. It was the Roy Brown farm (where heavy tornado damage was done last summer) just a mile towards Algona from the Bode-Livermore intersection. He stayed all night there. Shortly after 4 p.m. Thursday, the snow plow came past so Vern called Pete Werling at St. Joe, and he came with the wrecker and pulled his car out of the ditch. JENSEN reached Algona about 6 p.m. He noticed his car had been hard to steer but he had made left turns at Hutzell's corner and again just a block from his home. But in the process of parking his car, he had a right turn and was unable to do it. Within a few feet of his own house, he came the closest to an accident as he had in both days. His car missed another parked car by two inches! NIGHT IN CAR Burt — K. J. Mulligan and Henry Grandgenett, Bancroft, started home from Burt Wednesday during the blizzard. Their car could not get through a snow bank west of the Standard Oil station and they spent that night in their car. About 9 a.m. Thursday Ralph Johnston went out with the snow plow and they wefe brought to a doctors office. They went home Friday after the roads were opened. SOCIETY NEWCOMERS MEET Newcomers met March 16 at the Algona Hotel. The program on interior decorating was given by Dorothy Arendt. Newcomers were Karen Lempke, Mary Nell- rath, Carol Thraen, Bonnie Grant, Gail Busher, Coleen Soper. Hostesses were Bev Kelley and Mary Hartman. The high prize at bridge went to Maxine Rooney and. Carol Thraen won high in 500. The next meeting will be April 20 at Van's cafe. It will be guest night. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE Ottosen Mr*. Donald UshM> The James Jacobsons have a daughter born March 17 at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, the Jacobsons have a son Michael and another daughter Teresa. Grandparents are Mrs Bertha Jacobson and the Gordon Larsons, Bode. Michael and Teresa are staying at Louis Jacobson's. The Earl Longs attended the S.t. Patrick's parade at Emrrtets- burg March 13. They were guests at Don Lange's, Ayrshire. Later all went to Sutherland and Mrs Long, Mrs Lange and Debbie attended a shower at George Lange's for Mrs DeLoy Lange. Mr Long, Mr Lange and Mike visited the Hefbcirt Lati< ges. , The Edward Zinnels Went to LuVefrte on the day Mrs Richard Krause arid new daughter returned ffbiri the hospitil. -Be* cause of the storm they Were stranded there, but it was nice vvith a new granddaughter, SCHOLASTIC HONOR Valparaiso, Ind. — Eugene R, Wittkopf, senior in the college of arts and sciences at Valparai* 'so university, son of thfc G. A. Wittkopfs, Algona, was given recognition for outstanding scholastic records at the ,Hon* ors Convocation held in Memorial Chapel at the University on March 18. , . \\ Human lungs function perfectly at more than twice normal air pressures. "Nothing Excels Newspapers When It Comes To Selling" Orville W. Johler, Vice President for advertising of the Independent Grocers' Alliance: "Nothing excels newspapers when it conies to selling merchandise or building a substantial image for the company ... 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