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COOKIE SALE Burt — The Junior Girl Scouts are selling cookies this week. •_ HAS SURGERY Swea City — Roger Conway, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Conway of Swea City, had major surgery Monday at the Methodist .hospital at bioux City as a result of a basketball injury. Roger, 21, had been playing basketball at Buena Vista college at Storm Lake and the surgery will be to repair torn ligaments, muscles and cartilage. He will be hospitalized for several days and will also be at the Conway home for a time. BURT PLAY Burt — A 3-act farce-comedy "Take It Easy" will be presented by Burt high school students under direction of Richard L. Hopkins, English and speech instructor, at 8 p.m., April- 2. Robert Ortman is technical director and stage manager. 'The cast includes Victoria Koestler, Jane Barslou, Merwyn Cunningham, Jr., Douglas Black, Duane Peter, Linda Fairbanks, i' Clint Patterson, Diane Hoppus,' JphA Fries, Mark Mawdsley. Advance tickets selling tor Goc adults ana students 40c. : . WESLEYAN HONORED Wesley — Richard A. Jongewaard, freshman student ' at Wheaton college, was awarded a second in the Jonathan Cook oratorical contest at the Creative Arts Festival. He received a plaque and a monetary prize. Richard is the son of the Rbb- ert Jongevvaards, Wesley! •'•' RAISE MONEY Algona — Three alumnae of the college 'of St. Catherine in St. Paul, Minn, -who helped raise $80,000 for the college:are Mrs. Daniel Bray, Mrs. Louis McEnroe, and Mary Ann Brad- ,iey. . • •;'• ' ' ^'?- AT CONVENTION / Des Moines — Ten representatives from Kossuth 'county attended the 17th annual convention of the Iowa Independent Telephone Assn. in Des Moines last week. They were Mr and Mrs Ted DeBoer, Mr and Mrs Carl Callies, Mr and Mrs Arthur Dietrich and W. W. Kitzinger, all of Titonka; Mr and Mrs LeRoy Jacobsen, Fenton; and Gael Olson, Lone Rock. ON DEANS LIST . Burt — Patricia, daughter of the Merle Schwieterts has been named to the Deans list at Drake University for compiling a 3.5 or better academic aver* age during the recently concluded fall semester, Mrs. and Mrs. Merle Schwietert attended capping exercises for their daughter, Patricia at the First Methodist church in Des Moines last week. Patricia was a member of a class of 87, She is attending Iowa Methodist School of Nursing. Henry Boyken, 63, Woden, rites held Funeral services were held at the Immanuel Lutheran church at Titonka Saturday afternoon for Henry Boyken, rural Woden, who died Wednesday afternoon at the Buffalo Center hospital. He was 63 years old. He died from complications following surgery at the hospital. Mr. Boyken was born Nov. 4, 1901 at Wellsburg and lived most of his life in the Woden area. He was married in 193,0 and his wife survives as well as one daughter, Mrs. yirgil Heifner, Buffalo Center; five brothers and one sister. . Alqona Co VOL, tt^Np, 24 MONDAY; MARCH 2#, IMS - AL60NA, IOWA -~ 6 PA0f S PLUS SUPPLEMENT Emeted cs second doss • mattef, biie.' 1, (908, o't Alfiond, Iowa, postofficc under Act of .tongrcss March 8, 1879 unty State Historical Society Iowa City, Iowa ance Girl Scouts hold conference ADULT COORDINATORS for^h'e Stinkwl Girl. Scout Conference in Algona 'Friday'and ', Saturday of last week are shown abovein this Advance photo by i Mike Stillman. between 250 and 275 girls from Hancock, Winnebago, Floyd, Cerfo Gprdo, Butler and Kossuth counties attended the two-day confab at ,,the; Bryant .school and Methodist church. Pic' lured!'above,; left to right, are Mrs. Walter Boecfcholt, Mrs. Howard Long, Mrs. Max Bar- tholpmew, Mrs. Les Kenyon, Mrs. D. K. Chiquet,' Mrsi Faris Miner and Mrs. Clarence Hunt. THE SENIOR GIRL SCO(JT '.welcoming- ^ four charming young ladies of Algona They committee that greeted visiting •; scouts -vat; •:;;.*. are ^Pamela; Hopkins, Gayle Phillips, Juanlta the Bryant school entrance . included these =-',: Meyer and Marsha Miller • - - - - -.• _ . .. •,.-:,• - --*_.• ..« . .•'••*',•,,.• • . * . . Japanese to -^ •'.* ' \ '-.•-' spend year on Kossuth farm The John R. Rugers, Fenton, will be hosts to a visiting young Japanese farmer who will spend some time here working and learning American farming methods. A group of Japanese are scheduled to arrive in Des Moines March 30 as a part of the state Farm Bureau's trainee program. This is the second year of the program; and ten Japanese spent a year on Iowa farms. The trainees and their hosts will meet March 30 at the YWCA and then go to the various farms where they'll live and work as a member of the family. Others go to farms at Waukee, LeMars, Walnut, Denispn, Cumming, ClarksviUe, Sanborn, Albert City, Pysart, Maquoketai Minburn, Sioux Center, and Kingsjey, Emma Knecht of Whittemore dies Thursday Whitttmert — Mrs. Emma Knecht, 74 of Whittemore, died Thursday afternoon at St. Ann hospital where she was taken that morning. Funeral services for her will be held Monday morning at 10 a.m. at St. Michael's Catholic church W Whittemore. Rev. Philip Paiiey will be the celebrant of the requiem mass and burial wUl be in the parish cemetery. Tbe Hyink funeral home of Whittemore will be in charge. The former Emma Sal?, she was born at Leonore, III., and 3d at Whjttem.ore for mjjny CINDY LONG (left) and Shari Nelson (second from left) are shown registering two of the visiting girls Friday during preliminary registration. Meetings were held at the Bryant school with a banquet in the evening at the Methodist church The Saturday noon lunch was at the VFW hall. The visiting girls were housed with local families Friday night, years, Her husband, Theodore Knecht, preceded her in death in 1950. Five children survive. They are Mrs, Henry Jenn, Iowa City; Harold "Mike", Algona; Beatrice; St. Paul,'Minn-; Norbert and Roman, both of West Bend, In addition there are 12 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Also surviving are two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Elizabeth koebach, and Mrs. M. W. Kol- Jasch, both of Whittemore, and Henry Salz, Leonore,. 111. To show antique film here April 2 An Antique Film will be shown Friday, April 2 at the St. Thomas Episcopal churph in Algona. Showings will b e at 2 and 8 p.m. with an admission charge of 5.0 cents per person. Refreshments will 'foe served free of charge. The film will be entitled, ',How to Collect and Enjoy 4ntJCiU.es;." Crowd expected for beef banquet Over 400 tickets have been sold for the Kossuth County Beef Producer's banquet to be held Tuesday, March 30, at the Garrigan high school gym at 7 o'clock, acording to Galen De- Valois, County Extension director. Speaker will be Lee Kline, of WHO radio, Des Moines. The Kossuth 4-H chorus will sing under the direction of Mrs. N. Coughenour. The beef directors are planning a cattle feeder tour sometime during the summer. Fined $400 after a guilty verdict Thomas A. Sampson, who was found guilty by a jury Tuesday of driving while intoxicated, was fined $400 by Judge Stiilmaft Thursday. His drivers license was suspended for 60 days. The jury had deliberated some six hours before returning a verdict. Two youngsters injured in Algona crashes Two youngsters, ages 5 and 3M-, were injured in two of four auto accidents investigated by Algona police last week. On Wednesday during the noon hour, cars driven by Alice Tabb, Corwith, and William T. Green, Lcdyard, collided at the intersection of Jones and Call Street. Damage to the Tabb vehicle was $550 and $325 to the Green auto. Michael Tabb, 5-year old son of Mrs. Tabb, had a cut lip and was taken to a doctor's office. Charges were filed against Mrs. Tabb for failure to enter the highway safely after stopping for a stop sign. "*. Another personal injury was the result of an intersection collision at the corner of Harlan and McGregor streets Thursday morning. Gordon Moore, 3Va- year old son of Mrs. Marilyn R. Jjloore had a broken and lopse tpoth and was taken to the dentist. : . •| Sadie Mawdsley was charged ymh failure to enter the highway safely. Estimated damage to each car was $150. 9N THURSDAY morning while the streets .were still icy, cars driven by Vincent T. Rich and Julius P. Studer collided at the intersection of Call and Harlan street. Damage to the right rear door and the door post on the Studer car was estimated at $200 and about $50 to the fender of the Rich auto. Mr. Rich had stopped for the stop sign and drove into the path of the Studer car; he was charged with failure to enter the highway safely. ' Friday morning about 8:30 a.m. a Algona community school bus driven by Joyce M. Graham and a car driven by Ray S. Blos- spm collided at the intersection of Minnesota and Nebraska sheets.. Estimated damage to the Blossom car was $100 and only $10 to the school bus. Joyce Graham was charged with failure to yield the right of way Swea City man 32, dies; rites on Saturday SWM City — Eldon E. Heidecker, 32 of Swea City, died last Tuesday at the Buffalo Center hospital. He had been ill for several years. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the First Baptist church at Swea City with Rev. W. B. Cain officiating. Burial was made In the Harrison township cemetery. Mr. Heidecker was born Sept, 19, 1932 at Buffalo Center and went to school at Lakota. He was married to Dorothy Winkelman on Dec. 30, 1951 and she was killed in a car accident near Ledyard on July of last year. Three daughters survive. They are Carmen, 13; Verlaine, 9; Rhonda, 6. Also surviving is his mother, Mrs. Dan Mylan of Buf- walo Center; four brothers, Elmer, Minneapolis; Harlan, Glenwood, Minn.; Ivan, Buffalo Center; Loren, Ft. Hood, Texas; and two sisters, Mrs. Luverta Zierke, Ledyard, and Mrs. Fred Loss, Rosemount, Minn. Miller beer dealer named The Miller Brewing Company has announced the appointment of the North Iowa Distributing Company, 204 South Roan, Algo na, Iowa, as a distributor of Mil ler High Life beer. Donald S. Armstrong is the firm's head. Miller has granted the North Iowa Distributing Company the territory of Kossuth, Emmet and Palo Alto counties, and a portion of Pocahontas county. "Goldfinger" booked here April 8-14 Brazen intruder terrorizes local »r recently Theatre manager R*y Langfitt announced toddy h« h*s "Goldfinger" booked in it the Algona Theatre for a one-week run beginning Thursday, A P ri ' 8 and continuing through Wednesday, April 14. But takes only 70 cents and some jewelry A brazen man between 35 and 40 years old terrorized an Algona housewife Wednesday in her upstairs apartment just two blocks from the police station but took only 70 cents, a bracelet and a pair of earrings before escaping from the apartment. Mrs. James Wolfe, 17, reported in to the Algona Police about 2:05 p.m. that afternoon that a man entered her apartment, rifled closets, clothes and dressers and then escaped while she was hurriedly dressing her 3-month old baby before leaving. Algona police rushed to the scene but found no sign of the man. It is theorized he had a car parked around the corner from the apartment at 329M> North Thormgton street, just 1% blocks north and one-half block east of the Algona police station. MRS. WOLFE, a native of Emmetsburg and wife of an Universal Mfg. Co. employee, told this story to Advance reporter Ernia Lea Deim:- '••_ : She said she .heard someone coming up the stairs to the apartment shortly after noon Wednesday. She went to the head of the stairs and met a man coming up. She described him in her report to police as between 5'9" and 5'10", from 35 to 40 years old, wearing a gray suit and light hat. She said he looked like a salesman. Mrs. Wolfe asked him what he wanted and he replied, "I'll get what I want." She pushed him and he caught himself on the bannister, she reported, and ihoved her against the wall. He went into the bathroom of the apartment where he went through the cupboards. Mrs. Wolfe again asked him what he was looking for and he told her to "leave me alone — I'll find what I want." In the kitchen he opened drawers and cupboards. In the bedroom, after going through drawers and pockets of clothes in the closet, he took 70c from her purse which was on the dressing table alongside the jewelry box. From the latter, he took a bracelet which had a pearl in it and a pair of earrings with cultured pearls. DURING THIS time, Mrs. Wolfe, fearing for the safety of her baby, was in the nursery getting it dressed to leave. The man did not come into the nursery, she said, but in the adjoining living room, he threw the coats from the closet and knocked over the coffee table. The intruder left sometime while she was in the nursery. Mrs. Wolfe said she is certain there was no car in front of the house, which has an upstairs and downstairs apartment in it (The Harry Alts live downstairs). She carried her baby to the Alt apartment but it was locked and she was unable to use their telephone. The Wolfes do not have a telephone. She then ran to the apartment house north on the corner but no one answered the door there so she proceeded on across the street to the Wendell Jergenson home where Mrs. Jergenson called police. MRS. WOLFE returned to the house with the police while they searched the basement and looked for tracks in the snow. The Wolfes have no household insurance so there is little chance of being reimbursed for the jewelry loss. She and the baby stayed the rest of the afternoon with Mrs. Jergenson. Ann Clark, who lives in the New well for Burt to cost over $10,000 Burt — The Burt Town Council Wednesday night approved digging a new municipal water well costing "in excess of $10,000." Work is expected to begin on the new well soon after approval of the site is given by the State Department of Health. Approval is expected within two or three days, according to Town Clerk G. H. McMullen. . The work, which will be done by Thorpe Well Co. of Des Moines, will be completed within 30 days. : Last November, an inspection of the water supply by a state apartment just north, reported she was visiting with a neighbor about the time of the break-in and the dog "Rex", the Algona high school bulldog which is being cared for by Mrs. Clark, began tugging at the leash and barking continuously. She said the dog is normally mild-mannered. However, she said she did not see. anyone when she looked out later. . Mr,; Wolfe is a native of West Ben,d; Rites Saturday for Fenton town marshal Fenton — Funeral services for Albert Raymond Schwarzenbach, 59 of Fenton, were held Saturday afternoon at the St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton. Burial was in the church cemetery with Rev. Rex Spicer officiating. Mr. Schwarzenbach died early last Wednesday at his home in Fenton. He was born June 17, 1905 at Harlan and graduated from Lake Park high school in 1923. He was married to Dora Ann Jaeger at Worthington, Minn, in 1929. Mr. Schwarzenbach served as town marshal at Fenton for 10 years, from 1955 until February of this year, when illness forced him to give up his duties. He had not been in good health for two years. Prior to moving to Fenton, the Schwarzenbachs farmed near Rushmore, Minn. His wife survives as well as one son, Bill, a policeman at Spirit Lake; two daughters, Mrs. Paul Schafer, Yankton, S. D., and Mrs. Edmund Krapp, Humboldt. Two sisters and a brother, as well as nine grandchildren, also survive. Four AHS students attend convention Four Algona high school students and their instructor, Charles Ullom, attended the ninth annual conference of Iowa Distributive Education clubs of America (DECA) at Hotel Fort Des Moines March 14 and 15. AHS was one of 35 high schools represented. The students who participated in the DECA leadership conference were Steve Briggs who entered the marketing terminology contest; George Graham, the club president, who entered the creative display contest and sales demonstration judging; Calvin Humphrey entered job interview contest and the sales demonstration judging contest; John Rock entered radio script presentation contest and received an honorable mention. agency revealed it was, inadequate for fire protection. The town negotiated for a well once used by the Chicago and North- Western Railway here. However, when the well was opened, it was discovered that it was almost full of cinders. The casing also had holes, authorities- said. The town now draws water from two wells near the business district. The site for the new well is in the same area. The cost of the well will be paid from monies which already have been collected for emergency use, said McMullen. Court reporter on milk case Dean Parrott, a, district court reporter, is reporting for the Iowa milk sanitarian investigation currently in process in Des Moines. He left Algona Wednesday morning to assist John Greer, Spencer, who is special attorney for the legislative investigating committee.' • Mrs. Felland resigned her position as chief of the state milk and food laboratory in protest when Dennler, a milk sanitarian for 18 years, was.fired. She disclosed that she talked informally for more than two hours Wednesday night with Greet and Dean Parrott at Johnny and Kay's restaurant in Des Moines. Mr. Parrott has been court reporter for Judge Stillman for about 15 years. Ostrum elected JayCee head Steve Ostrum was elected the new president of the Algona Junior Chamber of Commerce at the annual elections for 1965 Wednesday night. Other new officers include Frank King, first vice-president; John Lande, second vice-president; Les Foxhoven, secretary; and Walt Turchir;, treasurer. Three new directors elected are Gary Davis, Tom King and Norman Frank. The new officers will take office Sunday, April 4 at an installation banquet at the Hotel Algona. ADVANCE Want Ads Pay.,..Not Cost! Next week is National Want Ad Week — a perfect time for /ou to clear put your attic of things you could sell through 4 low-cost Advance classified ad. Hundreds of persons have tried them and found them the best- read department of the paper. For just a few cents, sell articles that can bring yog pXTRA P0LLARS this spring.