Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 8, 1965 · Page 6
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4-ALOONA (lew*) AOVANC1 THURSDAY, APRIL I, IMS ADVANCE ALMANAC SELECTIVE SERVICE Enlistment — Gary Smith, 1 of Wesley, Navy. ALGONA MARKETS Corn . Beans Oats ^ $1.17 $2.84 68c MAYOR'S COURT Walter H. Klamp, Algona, failure to enter the highway safely, $5; Vincent F. Esser, Jr., Algona, failure to have control, $10; Leonard G. Monson. Wesley, public intoxication, $25. ST. ANN BIRTHS March 31 — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernhard, Fenton, boy, 8 Ibs. Vi oz. April 5 — Mr. and Mrs. Frank King, Algona, girl, 6 Ibs. 5 oz. April 6 — Mr. and Mrs. David Schneider, Algona, girl, 7 Ib. 5 oz. WEDDING PERMITS Tom Garry weds Chicago girl recently Bancroft—Miss Adricnne Lucchesi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lucchesi. of Chicago, 111., and Thomas Wm. Garry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Garry of Bancroft, were married Feb. 27. The double ring ceremony was performed at St. Michael's church by Rev. Sylvan Bosi, P. S. S. 0. Mrs. Donald Stretcher of Chicago war matron of honor, and Arthur Rasmussen, Correctionville, Ina B. Callahan, Storm Lake; Jerry L. Hazlett, Mason City, Charlene A. Asa, Algona; Richard S. Carbone, Oakland, Calif., Rosanne Hildman, Chicago; Donald T. Sullivan, Mason City, Sherry D. Boyken, Titonka. ALGONA WEATHER H L R April 1 35 30 April 2 -34 30 April 3 —34 30 Tr. April 4 48 32 .50 April 5 —46 33 .14 April 6 — -46 37 .05 April 7 — 29 . BUILDING PERMITS James E. Utt, addition to gar age, $150; B. Wibben, demolish garage; Coast-to-Coast, wall sign; Donald Prieskorn, reshingle house; Phil Diamond, dwelling, $20,000; B. Wibben, addition to dwelling, $3,000; Wayne Goodman, garage, $200. ' NEW COURT CASES Forest City Motor Co. vs. Ro- 1 ger E lief son, account, $75.69; James Sanftner by Paul Santt- ner vs. Sylvester Elbert, damages; Larry Sanftner by Paul Santt- ner vs. Sylvester Elbert, damages; Paul Sanftner vs. Sylvester Elbert, damages; Sheyrl Sanft- ner vs. Sylvester Elbert, damages; Gary Q. Dodds vs. Virginia L. Dodds, divorce; Opal Simpson vs. John W. Simpson, to appoint guardian. NEW CARS AND TRUCKS Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., Algona, Ford p/u,; Whittemore Co-op. Elevator, Whittemore, Int'l.; Algona Impl. Co., Algona, Int'l.; Donald R. Snyder Jr., El more, Ford p/u,; M. Jos. Brad ley, Algona, CMC p/u.; Clara M. Shilts, Algona, Olds; Thomas Philip Sheridan, Bancroft, Chev.; Russel Paul Kauffman, Swea City, Ford; Harry F. or Delima Tish, Swea City, Chev.; Carl Wm Froehlich, Wesley, Chev.; Erwin H. Eden, Titonka, Ford; Richard L, Kahler, Bancroft, Chev.; Robert D. or Shirley Lickteig, Algona, Pont.; Katie Flom, Wesley, Chev.; Alex L. Dermand, Algona, Rambler; Donald E. Becker, Bode, Dodge; Joe J. Buscher, Algona, Dodge. ST. ANN HOSPITAL March 30 — Mrs. Dorothy Kahler, Burt, burned. March 31 — James Harris, Algona, medical. April 1 — Mrs. Nell Norton, Algona, medical; George Wichtendahl, Whittemore, medical; Charles Bierstedt, Whittemore, accident; Ronald Kollasch, Whittemore, accident. April 2 — Mrs. John Still, Lu- Verne, medical; Rex Chally, Algona, surgery; Marenius Hanson, Algona, medical; Mrs. Sena Tieman, Burt, medical. April 3 — Dean Parrott, Algona, medical; Jerry Zatloukal, Whittemore, medical; Sam Shipler, Whittemore, medical. April 4 — Grace Winter, Algona, medical; Mrs. J. I. Merryman, Algona, fracture. April 5 — Mrs. Elizabeth Mertz, West Bend, medical; Mrs. Clara Haag, Whittemore, medi cal; Mrs. Raymond Langfitt, Al gona, medical; Adrian Sterling, Algona, fracture. April 6 — Daniel Muller, Whittemore, T & A; Maxine Vgs- ke, Bancroft, accident; Ella Ueb, Lone Rock, medical; Tracy Ship ler, Algona, medical. SiCONP IN VARIETY SHOW Laketf — WUliam Christ, Lakota, won second place in the variety show at Swea City Friday night with a dramatic reading. His prize was $10. A singing group from Algona won first bridesmaids were r.Tiss Donna Thompson, Miss Cathy Collins, and Mrs. Sidney Jaffe. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Septhanie Bialek. George Garry of Iowa City served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Kenneth Hein, Chicago, Robert Garry of Akron, Ohio, and William Auger of Evansville, Ind. ,f A wedding breakfast for 90 guests was served in Bialek's hall at one o'clock. The reception was held at the Chateau Royale with cocktails at 6:30 p'.m., dinner at eight, followed by dancing to Ted Sherwin's band. There were 225 guests. Following a two weeks trip to Coral Gables,.Florida, the couple is now at home in Bancroft where Mr. Garry is associated as a partner with the Garry funeral home and Garry's Furnishings, lief. CLUB TO MEET ,,-Gresco Mother and Daughters blub will rneet Wednesday, Apri 14, at the home of Arl'enc Simon with Leona Sabin as co-hostess. WorM's Fair Him to bt shown here A film "World's Fair Encounter" will be shown at the First Baptist church next Monday, at 7:30 p.m. The scheduled showing of March 4 was cancelled because of the snow. It is based on the story of two young people who actually visited the Fair during the first season of its operation. The culture and heritage of many of the world's communities arc emphasized by the visits of these young people to a number of the colorful international pavilions and exhibition areas. Featured settings arc the United States Pavilion with its Mall of Challenges, and the Illinois Pavilion's treatment of the life and times of Abraham Lincoln. Development of contrasting backgrounds of the young people, one from Montana, and the other from Switzerland, arc illustrated. The climax is in the Billy Graham pavilion where the wide-screen motion picture, "Man in the 5th Dimension", makes its impact on the film's principals. The couple's impressions of the unusual cinema presentation become a symbol of the actual response. Lay cornerstone of new church at Swea City Swea City — On Sunday, the cornerstone of the Methodist church now being built in Swea Ity was laid at the site of the new church and educational unit. The service was at 1 p.m. with the pastor, Rev. E. R. Maus, and District Supt. Dr. R. D. Kitterman of Spencer participating. Rev. Dr. Kitterman also spoke at the morning worship service. Following the cornerstone ceremony the congregation was invited to look over the educational unit and other parts of the construction. The cornerstone was given to the church as a memorial by Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kelly. The consecration service and the opening of the new church and educational wing is expected to be the latter part of July, when it is hoped it will be ready for use. It is just a year ago that the old church was burned to Speech winner STAN TJADEN, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Tjaden, was the first place winner in the 4th Annual Soil and Water Conservation bpeech Cosiest held last night. Julie Baas is shown presenting him the check. Stan, who lives four miles east of Lakota, is a senior in the Lakota high scrool. Second place went to Susan Menkc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Menkc, while third place went to Barbara Winkel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Winkel. The contest was sponsored by the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District. the ground. There was a very good turnout at the cornerstone laying, which included hymn, "The Church's One Foundation" led by Cliff Van Berkum, Call to worship, Prayer by Rev. Kitterman, Responsive reading, from both the old and new testaments, The laying of the cornerstone, which contained old records, newspapers, pictures of interest,^ small creamer from the old church dishes, and an interesting shaped piece of melted aluminum from the former church fire. Then there was a prayer for Consecration, and all sang "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." Garner man new marshal at Lakota Lakota — Leslie Jensen, Garner, assumed the duties of Lakota town marshal Thursday, ^'jk, Mr. Jensen is a former resident of the area, having farmed here and moving to town in 1936 to operate a produce. He also worked for the Germania Creamery Co. and served as town marshal for a short time. v In 1941 they moved to Livermore to farm until two yeaijs Jurey Neeland, 87, of Burt dies Sunday Burt — Jurey Neeland, 87, died Sunday at Wilfair Rest Haven where he had been a patient 12 days, He had not been well the past year. He Was born Feb. 22, 1878, in Germany and came to the U.S. with his parents when he was 4 years old. They settled in Grundy County where he attended rural school. Sept. 22, 1903 he married Mary Krominga at Holland in Grundy County. They farmed near Bristow in Butler County and moved to Burt in 1933 where they have lived since. They had their 61st wedding anniversary last September. There were four children. Mattie died as an infant. Henry died in 1953. A son Arend Neeland lives in Titonka. A daugJv ter, Minnie, Mrs. Dick Janssen, lives in Roswell, New Mexico. They raised a grandson Albert Wittmus. He is survived by his wife, a son Arend and daughter, Minnie, 7 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. '••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I ago when they moved to Garner. They have rented the former Don Christ home. A son Lyle, farms at Garner, and a daughter, Mrs. Robert Bode, lives near Bode. Funeral services will be held in the Burt Presbyterian church it 1:30 p.m. April 8, ttiV. Bruce Calbreath officiating. Pallbearers will be Rudy Tietz, Elmer Bunkofske, Ronnie Janssen, Harm Kettwick, Theodore Jacobsen, Howard Batt. Burial will be in Burt town' ship cemetery, with Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft in charge. Car crashes al Fanton, Banerall Two fitdnka cars were involved in a collision 2^ miles south of Bancroft on highway 169 Monday shortly after noon. Charges of driving too fast for the con* dition of the road were filed against Verle A. Nelson, Titonka, one of the drivers. His car struck a machine driven by Kermit D. Zwiefel, Titonka, from the rear after Zwiefel had slowed down for water over the road. The Zwiefel car had about 9300 in damage while the Nelson machine sustained $200 estimated damage, according to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, Who investigated. There was a two-cftfcrash one mile west of Fentott on the blacktop Sunday afternoon about 4:30 p.m. checked by p* tfolman Tom Cogdall. A caf driven by James Merrill, Fen> ton, attempted to make a U-turn and Was struck by a car driven by Marvin Pompe, Whittemore. There was about $250 damage to each car and Merrill was ticketed for an improper turn. Tuesday morning a station wagon driven by Gerald W. Dean, Spencer, and a pickup truck driven by Durwood L. Nelson and owned by Wilma Strayer collided by the United Building's center drive on McGregor street. Mr. Dean was backing from a parking place by the Blue and White cafe at the same time the truck stopped east of the drive and proceeded to back into the driveway. Estimated damage to the Dean vehicle was $100 to the right rear fender, and tail gate. The pick-up had about $50 to the right read cab an box. No charges were filed. "' Need Printing? 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