MNANCE ALMANAC $2.70 - 70c ALQONA MARKET* Cfttn __^ _ Beans _^_ -__ Oats „__ WEDDINQ PERMITS John A, Wibe, Fort Dodge and Rosemary Gisch, Algona; Rus sell Booth, Creston, and Sharon Rippentrop, Titonka; William Willenberg and Barbara Anna Woods, both of Gibbon, Minn. ALQONA WEATHER H L S April 21 ___:_64 42 Tt April 22 78 39 April 23 76 50 April 24 44 37 .07 April 25 ~,__34 34 .79 (1" S] April 26 59 29 Tr April 27 58 38 .03 April 28 — 28 .05 MAYOR'S COURT pan E. Wehrspan, Algona speeding, $10; Richard R. Eng land, Fenton, speeding, $10; Roger J. Thul, Bode, speeding, $10; Verna Wellendorf, Algona, failure to enter highway safely, $5; Tim L. Claude, Algona, illegal use of muffler, $10. ST. ANN BIRTHS Alaona Ko»u f State Hiotoricai Society v T >— City, - y fchfefed os secbrtd class moftef, tie, 1, 1968, a( Alfidna, lowd, posfoffke VOL. 65-NO. 32 THURSDAY, APRIL 29,1965 - ALGONA, IOWA Act ti PAoes IN a sict IONS Winning Art fair entries April 21 — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt, Ottosen, -.twin boys, 3 Ibs. 14V 2 oz. and 5 Ibs. 15% oz. April 22 — Mr. and Mrs. William Champion, Swea City, girl, 7 Ibs. 9 oz. April 25 — Mr. and Mrs. Galen DeValois, Algona, girl, 7 Ibs. 3% oz. April 27 — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer, Algona, girl, 10 Ibs. April 28 — Mr. and Mrs. Michael Frankl, Irvington,: boy, 9 Ib. 2 OZ,'. _ ••• '• ; ; , '. ., ' BUILDING PERMITS Iva Dutton, re-roof porch, $75; Harold Smith, sidewalk, $32; Leon Martin, split level dwelling, $17,000; Bill Navoichick, garage and breezeway, $1,000; Lloyd Ashland, split level dwelling, $13,000; Ed Crawford^ porch, $25; W. H. Godden, re- shingle porch, $100. Dewain DeRoos, garage, $800; Leighton Misbach, sidewalk, $100; Eva Hasty, re-roof storage building, $25; Mrs. W. W. Cassel, sidewalk, $200; Ed Bruning, basement and . addition, $2,000; LeRoy Crapser, repair" aicces- sory, building; James H. Andreasen,! wood snow .fence; Inez . Wolfe, reshingle house and garage, "$297. ST. ANN HOSPITAL April 20 — Mrs. Bertha Uhlenhake, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. Jennie Deibler, Algona, medical. April 21 — Ellen Norton, Algona, fracture; Mrs. Helen Ross, Algona, medical. April 22 — Sam Egger, Algona, medical; Mrs. Raymond Sankey, Algona, medical; Mrs. Virgil Roethler, Algona, medical; Mrs. Ray Colberg, Algona, medical; Baby Jane Graettinger, Algona, medical. April 24 — Mrs, Wendell Jergenson, Algona, surgery; Bruce and Brian Schmidt, Ottosen, boarders; Homer Bristow, Algona, medical; Jeanne Bonne- stetter, West Bend, medical; Emma Miller, Algona, medical. April 25 — Mrs. John Romer, Algona, hip ' fracture; Baby Tammy Grant, Algona, medical. April 26 — Mrs. Lavonne Matz, Algona, medical; Mrs, Angeline Gustin, Algona, medical; Mrs, Marie Gibson, Algona, medical; Edgar Parcel, Titonka, medical. April 27 — Clifford Blanchard, Algona, surgery; Richard Simpson, Algona, surgery, NEW CARS AND TRUCKS M. T, McGuire & Co., Inc., Algona, Hyster; Tri-County Coop Prying, Whittemore, International; Philip J, Dailey, WhWe- more, Reg. trl; Nat'l By Pro ducts, Inc,, Algona, Chev, p/U5 Leo W, or Esther F, Wood, Whittemore, GMC; Ponaid E, Klepper, West Bend, Podge; Richard E. Mittag, Algona, Plym,; Melbourne C. Heesch, TV tonka, Podge; Merwyn R. Bahling, Burt, Chev.; Ormal B. or Lucille M, Guinn, Armstrong, Chev,; Ernest J, Hutelunspn, Bancroft, Ford; Alvin Lester or Lucille Lycjia Kloppen, Burt, Chev.s Lsrry Alien Hudson, Algona, cju-ysier; Victor Martin Parsons, Algona, Chrysler; AH' thony J. or Martha M, Gr§ndge- St. Joe farmer injured in car crash Tuesday A St. Joe farmer was hos- titalizcd with a cut mouth anc ip and an Algona driver was charged with failure to have his car under control in a two-car imash-up in front of Charlie's Supper Club about 5:45 p.m. Tuesday. Herbert Bormann, 33, Bode was treated at St. Ann hospita for mouth injuries. .His .car, a 1959 model, .was a .total loss Driver of the other car wa Richard Brusig, Algona, and i had $750 in damage. He wa not injured. • Brusig, traveling south, wa turning into Charlie's whil Bormann was going south o 169. Brusig was ticketed with failing to have his car ..under control by': patrolman Charles Bird, vvhtf investigated, i , ALGONA HIGH students standing in front of their winning entries in the State . Industrial Arts fair which was held at Cedar Falls on April 24 are left to right: Gregg Powell, Jeff Allen, Randy Riedinger and;Paul McBride. All are freshmen except Paul McBride who is a sophomore. Gregg Powell won first place in the Open Division grades 7-9, with a synchro weather vane. It is wrought iron with a syn- chro device that indicates the direction of the'wind on a brass trimmed walnut dial that i£ placed in the house. The vane has a rooster on top and the directions are pointed out by , letters at the ends of the scrolls. Edgar Meyer is instructor in the class. Randy Riedinger won first place in the General Metalics division with an Early America Weather vane of original design, that attempts to capture all the decor of colonial ironwork. Twists and scrolls were used where Algona pilot, 29, lost in Florida jet crash : ever they'lend to the beauty of the product ?'; . Taking second place in the senior, high Mass Production division was the woodwork- 'ing class of the Industrial Arts Department. PaUl McBride represented the class in the venture which produced over 100 sugar : scopp wall-planters of colonial style. Leon Martin '' is'the instructor in the class'and students; are Leroy Bruns, Calvin Haahr, Paul McBride, Roger Menneke, Colin Voigt, Dick Winter ; arid Clint Young. Third place in the Electricity-Electronics division went to Jeff Allen. Grades 7-9 were represented in this division and Jeff's win• ning project was a self-starting, four-poled motor. All parts were made'in the class and it was designed and made by Jeff. It will ro- '' 'tsite' 'On 4 watts and runs best on 3 volt D.G. . -On display in the North Central Public Service office are the projects of Jeff Allen ' and Gregg Powell. Exclusive Advance 'Photo by Mike , Stillman. • . .'•'; SHERIFF RALPH Lindhorst checked an accident at 2:20 a.m. Wednesday when a car driven by Michael P. Schrauth, 18 of Bancroft, struck a mailbox on the Mrs. William Larson farm three miles north of Burt on highway 169. Schrauth told Lindhorst he apparently went to sleep at the wheel. .The car, a 1959 Thunderbird, had $130 in damage. There were two other accidents in the Bancroft area the >ast week. A car driven by Mrs. .aurence Govern, Titonka, col- ided with a car driven by Dale Boone, Waukee, on the curve south of Bancroft on highway 169 Sunday. The Waukee man lost control of his car on the slushy highway (it was snowing at the time) and skidded sideways into the Ti tonka car. Patrolman Tom Cog Speech contest winners dall was called and Boone was to investigate charged with TERRENCE STEPHEN KENEFICK FROM LEFT TO RIGHT are Karen Charles, Ed Welp, Maureen O'Brien and Clint Patterson who were winners in the speech contest sponsored by the Kossuth County Republican Women at the courthouse Saturday. „*,*., The fifteen minute talks were geared to a Republican audience so they reflected the philosophy of the Republican party. ,..,»,,,• Clint Patterson, Burt, won first prize on Civil Rights; Maureen O'Brien, second with Medical Quackery; Ed Welp, third with a talk on Viet Nam, and. Honorable Mention went to Karen Charles on Immigration Laws. Clint Patterson will compete with other student speakers from 18 counties at a Sixth District meeting at Cherokee on May 1, nett, Algona, Pont-; Inc., AJgona, Pont; M§rte or Myrna Teeter, Aigoni, Podge; Thoreson iras-, Cjty, Ford; Ray or Partene Peterfon Feoton, Chrysler; Gilbert or Mabel Ann Htrgrejves, LJJ. Verne, Ciiey.; Horace p. or Linda B, eiaps,a4dle, Ajgona Kathryn Mirie Soren0fl ' Al- George Maahs of Whittemore dies Monday George Maahs, 62, whitte mpre, died Monday, April 26, at Palo Alto Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg after S 1 ^ week's illness. Funeral services are pending TWO. sons in the service, Paul in the U. S. Navy is on a supply transport in a harbor in Viet Nam and hasn't been con- tgctei Donald, in the Army, is gnroutg home from, Korea. Last rites wUI be held in St Paul's Lutheran church with Rey. Cleo KjutfCh officiating Puriil will be in the parish cemetery with Schellhinuner fu neraj home in charge. George Henry Edward Maih he married Edna Kuecker in Whittemore, He had been env loyed the last eight years at Jlbert Hardware, Besides his wife he is surviv- d by 10 children: Mrs. Milford Jade, West Bend; Donald, Korea; Willis, Aurora, Neb.; Mrs. Ronald Emery, Ames; Mrs. Merin Dietrick, Havelock; Mrs. ROJV aid Petit, Cylinder; Richard, os" Utchfieid, HI; Robert, glfta,'C|jey.; AM C. Ho& M (Cofltinued on Page 8) was born May 26, at Jlod man, the son of Julius and Julia Anna Maahs. On Dec. 23, 192 more; Mrs, Thomas Farrell, of iiVhittemore; Paul. U. S. Navy in Viet Nam. Nineteen grandchildren and 4 3r others also survive: Fred, of South Haven, Minn.; John, Emmetsburg; Herman, Fenton; Ed Whittemore. His parent.!, two brothers and a sister are deceas ed. IN CONCERT Iowa City -- Wnda Tague daughter of the Frank Tague and a senior at the University of Iowa, will be a dancer am choreographer in a concert o original dances which will be given Friday and Saturday, APT 30 an4 May 1, as part of th Universities Mothfr'g pay ei?4 program. New ruling could close two county post offices Two post offices in Kossuth county would be affected if the Postmaster General's plans to close fourth class offices are carried out. Marguerite Hayes, Postmaster at Irvington, and Nell Opheim, Postmaster at Sexton, have the two fourth class offices in Kossuth county. Neither has any more information than was given by Postmaster General Gronouski at a convention of the National League of Postmasters in Mason City last Friday. He indicated that no post office would bfi closed unless it was certain that service as good or better could be provided and that no office is to be closed unless the postmaster is eUgpe for retirement or re-assignment failing to turn right when ap- proaching.an oncoming car and was fined $10 and costs in Justice of the Peace N. J. Nemmer's court. The Boones, who were not injured, were on their way to a wedding at Lakota. There was $100 damage to the Govern car and $175 to the Boone machine. A FEW minutes after the first accident, a car in which Dale and Paul Ulses of Burt and Steven Yackle were riding skidded into the ditch at about the same spot on the road. The car remained upright and no one was injured. Historical Society to hold annual meeting Sunday The Kossuth County Historical Society will hold its annual May meeting next Sunday, May 2, at Burt in the high school gymnasium. The business meeting will begin promptly at 2 o'clock. Activities of the past year, plans for the new year, and a financial report will be presented. There will be an election of Officers and directors for the ensuing year. A committee from the Burt area: Mesdames Ray McWhorter, Lee Pratt, and Fridolf Soderberg, have prepared the program which will consist of music, by - the Burt Elementary school directed by Mrs. Harold Grover, and interesting anecdotes of early day history given by various people from the many county communties, tales sometimes referred to as having happened 'In the Good Old Days". Present officers are: president, C. R. Schoby; vice pres Tragedy struck a prominent Algona couple over the weekend when Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Kene- dck learned that their son Lt. Stephen Kenetick, 29, was killed in a jet airplane accident while on training manuevers off the coast of Florida. : The crash occurred Friday night shortly after his F-B Crusader jet fighter took off from the U.S.S. For recta I off the coast of Jacksonville on the Virginia Capes. The Keneficks learned that their son was missing by tele phone call from a Navy chaplain oaturday morning and later telegram that afternoon. Another son, Mike, called his parents several times over the weekend. He lives at Ft. Lauder dale, i ( ia., down the coast frun Jacksonville. He called Sunday noon to tel his parents that tne search had been called oil and it was pre sumed Stephen went down will his airplane. LT. KENEFICK was attached to the Fighter Squaaron 174 a vJecil Field at Jacksonville anc Had been there about si> months. His wii'e, the forme ttlary Brown of Des Moines, am their two daughters, Katie, fter a good take-off, he radioed hat he was having engine trou and Stephanie/ 4, lived there with him. According to information phoned back by the other son Mike, Stephen's plane was the first to take off from the carrier as the night drills got started. >le after about five minutes oul o sea. There was a report that Forrestal crewmen reported a flash of light about the same time Stephen's plane was presumed to have gone down. The elder Keneficks had re cently visited Stephen and hi family in Florida. Lt. Kenefic was to leave soon for a cruise into the Mediterranean. TERRENCE STEPHEN Kene fick was born Nov. 26, 193S, i Algona, where his father ha been a prominent doctor for ma ny years. He graduated from St. Cecelia's Academy where he participated in athletics. He attended Notre Dame University for a year and then transferred to lowa State University, where he was graduated in 1958. Al'ter graduation, he entered the Navy and since then had planned to make a career of the service. He was transferred to Jacksonville about six months ago after serving at Pensacola, Fla. prior to that. Besides his parents, he is survived by brother Michael at Ft. Lauderciale, Fla., and Anne and Tom at home. Memorial services will be held at Jacksonville and also at the same time at St. Cecelia's Catholic church here but the date anc time for the services have not been set as yet. BUYS ANGUS COWS LuVerne — Edwin W. Hefti, LuVerne, recently purchased four registered Angus cows from R. W. Frank, also of Lu- Verne. PASTOR HONORED Lone Rock — A pot luck dinner was held after church services Sunday in honor of Rev. Preul's birthday which was Tuesday, April 20. In spite of bad weather a nice crowd turn- d out. After dinner Angus Colon showed his moving pictures f his late trip to the islands in he Caribbean Sea and to Ven- uela, South America. A. A. Krueger presented Rev. Preul monetary gift from the con- ;regation. Patsy Priebe read a poem "The Preacher" and Mr. Jras played a baritone solo, 'The Lost Chord" accompanied by Mrs. Bras. BREAKS LEG IN FALL LuVerne — William Klawitter, 85, suffered a broken bone n his right leg in a fall at his home in LuVerne Saturday. He was taken to the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge for treatment. SPRING DINNER Bancroft — Five circles of St. John's church will serve the annual spring dinner at the St. John's cafeteria Sunday, May 2 beginning at 4:30 p.m. The dinner will not be' catered as in the past but will be in charge of Mrs. John McCarthy,'Mrs. Bernard Hauptman, Mrs. Lawrence Kemna, Mrs. Francis Schiltz and Mrs. Marvin Tigges. 225 hear Rigler Lo$$ " amed head LI in i «<»«'"«8ro«|i blast Democrats at fund-raising Casey Loss, veteran Algona I Democrat, was given the job of ; heading up an 18-man sifting • committee for the legislature this week. The group will dc- Outside interference by Dem- ( c i(j e w hich bills shall come be- ocratic officers has brought a; fore the House before the end lack of progress n the current'of the current session. Iowa legislative session, Senate j He was appointed head of the Minority leader Robert Rigler, i committee Monday by Rep. Vice New Hampton Republican, told i Steffen. over 225 Kossuth County Re- i publicans Monday night at the Algona Country Club. PERFECT "DUTCH" LuVerne — Carl Hanselman of the White League bowled a perfect Dutch 200, Wednesday, April 21, at the LuVerne Lanes. PURCHASE HOME Burt — Mr. and Mrs. Grover Giddings and two daughters will move to the late Albert Volentine house which they have purchased. TRACTOR VICTIM St. Jo« — Wilfred Kohlhaas came home from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where he had been a patient 14 weeks following a tractor accident. SPRINGFIELD GIVES $57 Ledyard — The Springfield Township contributions for the heart fund amounted to $57.50. Assisting the chairman, Mrs. Irvin Brandt in the fund campaign were Mrs. Marlin Runks- meier, Mrs. Lowell Underbakke, Mrs. Myron Busch, Mrs. Edwin Dontje, Orville Brandt and lr- vin Brandt. AT CONVENTION Mrs. Margaret Bcringer and Mrs. Fern Stanton, Elementary Principals at Bertha Godfrey and Lucia Wallace Schools of the Algona Community School District, are attending this week the National Convention of the National Association of Elementary School Principals at Miami, Florida. Over 5,000 eleirentary principals from all states in the union are planning to attend. The event, postponed from Hygh Black; sec'y., Grace Jack-|i as t month because of a blizzard, man; ail of Algona; treas., Ray |Was a fund-raising banquet. McWhorter, Burt. And the di-i rectors are: Mrs. Lance Rieb- loff, Burt; Everett Hanna and Harian Blanchard, Lone Rock; Florence Reynolds, Titonka; Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht, Lakota; rtgroid Jones, Swea City; Luke Unnan, Marc Moore and Mrs. M,. J. Bourne, Algona. GUfST SOLOIST Kim Qfil, University graduate student, will be guest soloist at the Spring Concert Friday night at the Algona high scliool when the three choruses present their spring concert. Rigler charged that Gov. Harold Hughes, state Democratic chair-; man Lex Hawkins and "certcJn 1 labor leaders" are calling all the shots. Rigler told his audience that even though this is the 106th: day of the session, the legislature, dominated by Democrats for the first time, have still to consider temporary reapportionment plan, repeal of the right- to-work law, higher unemployment compensation benefits, property tax relief, more state aid for schools and other important revenue-raising bills. Delivers farm mail in 1930 Model A Ford BANCROFT — Rural patrons along Walter Deitering's mail route in this area must have blinked with amaiement when they saw him driving up to bring their mail last Friday. He was driving a 1930 Model A Ford, the same car he used the first day he delivered mail in 1930 as a substitute carrier. You see, Friday was his last day on the job after 35 years of service and he did what he has done occasionally before when roads were bad — bring out the old Model A. He retired Friday after 35 years of service. A brother, Andrew, was alsp a rural carrier and he retired two years ago.
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