mm ALMANAC WIDDINO PERMIT* Jerry L. Quebe, corwith, Mary L. Darby, LuVerne. ALOONA MARKETS • I 'UNCONftit 10 CIRCULATION CHAMPION - f Mt ADVANCE' "State Hiotoricai Society Iowa City, Iowa Entered cs second doss mot tor, Me. 1, 1968, at Algona, Iowa, VOL, 65-NO. 34 THURSDAY, MAY 13,1965 - ALOONA, IOWA Act of Congress March 8, 1* PAGES IN 3 SECTIONS Corn . Beans Oats . 11.18 $2.65 70c ALQONA WEATHER H L R May 5 ^_80 55 .02 May 6 84 53 May 7 ___85 60 May 8 82 58 .53 May 9 _-_72 55 .04 May 10 ____^_.:64 41 May 11 __74 39 May 12 ,_„— 47 NEW COURT CASES Ivan Heidecker as Adm. Estate of Dorothy Heidecker vs. Cecil A. Pingel. Damages $129,* 370.49. Donald R. Tietz vs. Glenn E. Caquelin, note, $1,078. Loti Rlcke vs. Charles O'Hara. Writ of Attachment. $1,000. Thorp Credit Inv. vs. James M. Norton. Contract $384.41. MAYOR'S COURT Bryan Mortensen, Fenton.il legal use of muffler, $10; and failure to stop at stop sign, $10; Dennis E. Leigh, Algona, speeding, $10. Raymond D. Friedrich, Algona, careless driving, $10; Donald G. King, Algona, drinking beer on public highway, $10; Marvin J. Lallier, Algona, operating motor vehicle on left side of street, $25, and leaving scene without leaving of' accident name, $25. BUJLD)NG PERMITS Chester Wiiley, reshingle and re-side, $1,100; James Kelley, replace part of sidewalk, $3Q; William Q. Ludwig, erect post sign; Joe Lynch Jr., swimming pool, $400; Eugene 'Heimer, sidewalk, $250; Ernest Egel, driveway, $115; Jim Esser, re- shingle house, $190; Julius Peterson, reshingle house, ,$400; Robert .Bowman, raise and repair porch roof, $75; A. C. Isaacson, reshingle house, $500.. ST. ANN BIRTHS -> , Former Titonka girl killed in car-train crash Tltenk* — Residents of this community were shocked by the car-train accident that took the life of Linda Jo Tryon, 15, formerly of Titonka. The accident was at 9:30 Sunday morning near Poplar Bluffs, Mo. Mrs. Tryon is hospitalized in critical condition. They were on their way to visit the girl's father who was on construction work. Their home now is in Caruthersville, Mo: Linda Jo was born October 25, 1949 in Titonka, the daughter of Stanley E. and Mary Ann Baade Tryon. She was an only child. Besides her parents she is survived by grandparents Mrs. Bessie Tryon and Mr. am Mrs. Dick Baade, Titonka. •" Funeral services were hel< Wednesday afternoon at the Good Hope Lutheran churcl with Pastor A. F. Gerstmann of fitiating. Blake funeral home was in charge. Pallbearers were Russell Krominga, Raymond Krominga, Glen' Miller, Kenzy Korte, Wilbur Sexton, and Henry K. Harms. Ex-Algonan takes national honors John C. Wesley, Econdido, Calif., a former Algona high school student, won first in men's oratory at the Pi Rho Phi national forensics tournament at Centralia, Wash., in late April. He also' placed third in extemporaneous.- He attended high school here until his senior year when the Wesleys moved Attend Food Service meeting recently Algona paratrooper in Dominican Republic At least one Algona service' man is in the strife-stricken Dominican Republic. Mrs. Margaret Kent, Algona, learned this week her son, Lewis, landed in the country Monday. He is a paratrooper with the ID 2nd airborne division. He was pictured in the Advance several months ago after he marched in the presidential inaugural parade in Washington in January. He is a 1963 graduate of Algona high school and entered the Army in June of that year after graduation. Will dedicate parish center, Titonka, Sunday May 5, -^- Mr. and, Mrs. Roberts Hamilton, 1 Sw.ea City, boyi 7 l.J^sy 6, oz ; ;d;Mr> ; and^Mrs; Richard guV-;6 Ibs. ' Schmitt, Algona, OZ. " . May 6 — Mr. and Mrs. John Strayer, Algeria,- boy, 6 Ibs. 11 oz.; Mr, arid Mrs. Gary Olson, Lone Rock, girl, 5 Ibs. 9 oz. May 8 — Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heun, Algona, girl, 4 Ibs. 11 oz. May 11 — Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Miller, West Behd, girl, 7 Ibs. 6 oz. r . ST. ANN HOSPITAL i May. -5 ------- -Theresa Foertsch, Wesley,., medical. '•• ' ; May 6' — Kim Thuente, Algona, surgery; Mrs, Margaret Haubauch, Algona, medical.' • May 7 — Mrs. .Ruby Johnson, Corwith, surgery; Mrs. Eunice Kinsman, Algona, medical; Mrs. Marilyn DeValois, Algona, medical; Helen medical. Kemna, Bancroft, v THE DELEGATION from Kossuth to the Iowa School F*ood Service Assn. convention at Marshalltown on ! May; 1 is .pictured in front of their bus. The women are from the schools in Bancroft, Whittembre, LuVerne, .Wesley, Swea City, Sentral,'Lone Rock, .Titonka, Ledyard, and both Algona school systems. • . •. : ..Photo'by Mike Stillman. ELEVEN ARE CONFIRMED Ledyard — Eleven children had first communion at the Sacred Heart Catholic church here May 2. They are Rodney Gelhaus, Monica : Haag, Judy Inglett, Paul Neuman, Theresa Gonzalez, Debbie Hagedorn, Tamara Kockler, Colleen Reilly, Eileen Haag, Debra Hamilton and Dale Kollasch. St. John's girl hurt in car May I — Gladys Williams, Algona, medical; Madeline Doocy Bancroft, medical; Alice Harms Algona, fracture. May 9 — William Wagner Mallard, medical; James Klein Algona, surgery; Jolene Thjl ges, Bancroft, accident; Roger Becker, Lakota, accident; Michael Carpenter, Bancroft, accident; Jo Ann Junkermeier, Ledyard, accident, May 10 — Elizabeth Haggard, Algona, medical; Emil Carlson, Algona, medical; Billie Jo Henderson, Algona, medical; Mrs, Mary Elbert, Wmttemore, surgery. May 11 — Joyce Van De.Wpl< Her, Algona, medical, May 12 - Mrs, Dora Will, Algona, minor surgery, NEW CARS AND TRUCKS James L. Anderson, Algona, Honda; Ewald 0. VoigV Algona, Honda; Ken's Auto Service, Al- goni, Honda; Duane 1. Jensen, Algona, Honda; Floyd J, Hutzell, Algona, Honda; Elmer H. Sonk sen, Algona, Honda; Richard A Grail, Algona, Hondat Robert HamWon, Lakbta, Sparton; Har' o California. He graduated at iscondido high in 1962 and has jeen attending., San .Efancisco State 1 and Palomar colleges. Pi Iho Phi is a national speech 'raternity. He was also selectee outstanding male speaker in the nation at the tournament. * Universal reports sales of $1,469,876 In the' business review section of Monday's Des Moines Register the following item regarding an Algona firm appeared. Universal Mfg. Co.,, Algona, firm that . reconditions Ford, Lincoln and Mercury motors and .parts for exclusive distribution to Ford Motor Co.'s dealers, reported earnings for the six months ended Jan. 30 totaled $158,198 on sales of $1,469,876, Net was equal to 77 cents a share on common stock. Eighty thousand shares of A 17-year 'Old St: John's 'high school senior, Linda L. Goche, suffered a badly .crushed right ankle and was rushed by ambulance to an -Estherville hospital Tiie'sday morning when her car went out of control arid rolled over on ,the highway "and in .the dilch 2Vj miles north of Bancroft. .„"."..'.„. ..... ; ...... ' She ; was 'apparently enroute to school, at about 8:40 a.m.' It is thoyght al tire blew; out ^6 . Wai ter Goche of rural Bancroft. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst said the car, was -traveling .south on highway -169 Iwhen it went out of control, possibly from a blow out; The • machine went into the east:,ditch where, it. .rolled, over Miss Goche was badly, .bruised and shaken ,up but Lind- horsf reported "she was lucky to be alive." She ; will graduate from St. John's high, school la ter this month. ' the firm's stock, 39,7 per cent of outstanding shares, were offered late last year to the public at $15.25 a share. It has been bid recently at $14.75, where the yield on the recently in: creased dividend of 20 cents quarterly, payable May 15, is 5,4 per cent. State prisMtit to alkinJUcoiii Dr, Frank Ober, Burlington, •resident of the Iowa State dedical Society, was speaker at he annual banquet of lawyers, lectors and dentists, at the Country Club Thursday, There were 75 present- Dr, Ober-was a guest of a medical school classmate Pr. M. G, Bourne. Sach year the lawyers and med- cal groups exchange dinners it which a professional man is ipeaker, ' old. f, Schjltz, Sww'City, RoniW C. BehnkeiMiorf, Bancroft, Chev.; WMttemore Elevator, Trfc; Harold or Yenetts Hesyick, Swti City, Podge; Paul or thy Carlson, AJgona, Amos or Cecilia Finn*sta4, Fen toia, Ford; Edward P r Vilmi PU cher, Algous, Plyro.; stgphtn, T Evenson, Ottosen, Chev. NuW§y Drug Sery. Inc., Aigp. nj, Ford Trlf,; Righjrd J. Th^ m$, TitojJJte, Olds; ppnjid or Ruby Kjeopinel, Feita, £he y. R. Pundas, Burt, Chey. Plym.; John F, Berschman, Buf- [alo Center, Chev.; Johi> Van t|ove, Buffalo Center, Chev.; Pu- ane Charles Metzger, gurt, Ford; E, Halvorson, Ledyard, Richard M- Andersen, Swe§ City, Ford; Robert B. Han- igefe, Bancroft, Rambler; Leslie or Phyllis Wildin, Algona, Podge; Milton B, Marlow, Lone Bock, Olds; Robert P. Anderson, City Chrysler; Welp's Hat- Industrial Arts exhibits from nine counties A fairly large crowd attended the area' industrial art, fair at the high school gym Monday night in which 9 counties 'participated. Grades 7-12 entered in the 12 divisions of metals, woods, drawing, electricity, crafts and mass production. In about 200 entries boys from the Algona school won three first awards. In general metals for grades 7, 8 and 9 Tim Will won first with a scroll sign; Bob Sigsbee second, magazine rack; Mike Dailey, third, weather vane, and honorable mention went to Randy Riedinger with a shee metal box. Steve Canaday took a second place with a drill press vice in the machine tool metalwork for grades 10 through 12, Grades 7 through 9 entered in electricity and Jeff Allen won second place with his 4,pole electric motor which had placed third in state competition in April Honorable mention went to Greg Powell with an electric motor. bird, in 'machine woodworking or older , boys . with a walnut able and two boys, Clint Young nd Paul McBride received honorable, mention. Insurance case goes on '.' ' ' " - ' < in court here Trial began Tuesday and continued yesterday:' in. a ; case brought by Luke: Youngwirth against the State I Farm Mutual Insurance! Co. He 'asks $11,000 on a policy, the company" had on the a life of Tom Youngwirth, 18, son of the. Luke- Young- wJrths. ' ' . ''.:•'.'' Tom Yourigwirth was. killec Oct.'6, 1963, near Ventura^ when ^emi-triiclC - load'da with'' soy beans he was driving went ou of control. The contest is over terms o the. policy. iTh'e Conipany hiain tajns that the policy did no cover him when he was 'employ ed in driving a truck for 'Com mercial. purposes. The polic> was for $10;OOQ plus an addi tjonal $1,000 for hospital or fun eral expenses. (The conipany maintains h was an employee of yihcen Iros., Wesley, hauling beans fo he Farmers Coop Society .there Kossuth had '2.1 million in service receipts Kossuth's 155 service establishments had total receipts of $2.1 million in 1963, an increase of 30 per cent from 1958, according to a report of the 1963 census of business just released by the- Bureau of the Census U. S, Department of Commerce The last'previous census of business covered operations durini 1958. The service trades in the cen sus of business included those providing personal services, to individuals; miscellaneous busi ness services; auto repair am Other auto services; and other repair services. Also include( were motion picture production and distribution businesses; mo- ion picture theatres; other imusement and recreation serv^ ,ces; and hotels and motels. The selected service trade establishments in the county em- The dedication of the nev parish education center of Goo Hope Lutheran church of Titon ka, will be observed in connection with the 65th anniversary if the congregation, May 16. There will be three services. ^he dedication service will be it 9:30 a.m. with Dr. Hermann W. Siefkes, president of the owa District of the American ,utheran church as speaker and dedicator. The afternoon service will be at 2:30 p.m. with the Rev. Aired Mardorf, pastor of St. Paul .,utheran church, Manson, as the speaker, and the Rev. William lanz,( Titonka, as the liturgist. The youth of the congregation will sing several anthems. The evening service will be at 7:30 p.m. with the Rev. B. H. Schwerin, pastor of Christ Lutheran church, Cottonwood, Minn., as the speaker. Fellowship and coffee hour will be held follow ing the aCternoon and, evening services. Opeii"House ori'the" riey 17 classroom education uni will be observed all day Sunday DuWAYNE GEBKEN Ger|i<J L§e Meyer, Wbjttemore, chery, BjOPrpft, Chey.; Rjy. or June Spicer, Fenton, Plym,; Perry Ly}e Bygm, Algona, £hrys s wetK B, Sjrcbfit Eirt A»gle, Bjrt, Elnjer 1, WiUmert, Ford; Oscar or Pearl R. mond., The Algona boys took all three awards, gnd honorable mention in the drafting classes for grades 7 through 9 in which different drawings . were -enter* ed. Jeff Allen won first, Tim Will second, Rjndy Riedinger third, ind'Mike Pailey honorable mention. " ' • Ron Nelson placed third in drafting for grades 10: through Jg. Hji work was graded on his insight to the project and his knowledge of drawing- Gregg Powell won a first ribbon in machine woodworking with ; bis record cabinet for grades 7, 8 and 9. was ra,te<3 unusual in that' it has' eleven women and only one' man as members. Only man on the jury is Dennis Priebe, Lone Rock. Women on the jury are Florence Paulsen, Lakota, Ruth Foey, Gertrude Kollasch, and Al- >erta Kautsch, Whittemore; /era Schultz, Marie Dutton and Gertrude Grandjenett, Algona; Jessie Newel, Fenton; Doris Davis, Irvington; Gertrude Schutjer, Titonka; and lone Sandt, Bancroft. Lee Kiley, 66, dies at Burt of heart attack Lee Elmer Kiley, 66, died suddenly at his home in Burt .Tuesday from a heart attack. Funeral services will be held 'Friday at Doan Methodist church with Rev. Eugene Rasmussen officiating at 2 p.m. Pallbearers will be Leonard Kiley, DeWayne Kiley, Ernest [Ciley, Russell Schnebly, Donald DuWayne Gebken, junior a Ames 'majoring in zoology, has been elected vice-president o MacDonald House besides being a, member of. the house execu tive council. He is a member o the.main.cabinet and the finan cial affairs committee of th Men's Residence Assn. There are 2,500 men in the group. He the son of the Fred Gebkens, BANCROFT OPTOMETRIST Bancroft — Dr. B. J. Silby, optometrist, will open an office n Bancroft. Dr; Silby, from Maon City, will be in Bancroft every Thursday from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. and his office will be in the Elsbecker building next door to the Shillington lardware. BRIDAL SHOWER DATED Ledyard — There' will be an open house bridal shower for, larol Runksmeier at the Bethany E & R church May 14 at ). No invitations are being sent. Harol, daughter of the Orville Hunksmeiers, will become the aride of Bruce Keil, son of the Maurice Keils, in June. ' CANCER GETS* $154 Livermore '.— . Mrs. Kenneth Howard, local chairman for the cancer drive, reports a, total of $154.45 collected and turned in. Helpers were Mrs. -Amelia Hoff- Maurice Olson, Mrs. Harry Clark, Mrs. Jerry McCullough and Mrs. Louise Gronbach.; Cliff New campers club organized A' new areawide campers club, known as the "Tradewind Trail Blazers," is active in the area and has opened its membership to anyone regardless of the type of equipment they use for outings. Officers of the -club are William Van Devender of Swea City, president; Harold Halver son of Fairmont, vice president; Robert Froehle of Buffalo Center, secretary; Mrs. Ronald Sten zel of Swea City, treasurer. Anyone interested in joining may contact any of the officers Membership is $2 per year per family to defray expenses of meeting notices and other such items. First outing of the club will be over the Memorial Day weekend at Gull Point State Park on West Okoboji. On Saturday eve Scout award to JimMallory Jim Mallory, LuVerne, was one of four North lowans award ed the Silver Beaver scouting honor at a ceremony last Tuesday night at the annual Council ecognition banquei held in Storm Lake by the Prairie Gold area council. All of the retipi- mts have served at least 10 years as scouting leaders. The other three were from Hawarden, Storm Lake and Fort Dodge. Sister of three county people dies Bancroft — Mrs. Charles Foth, Sheldon and sister to several Kossuth residents died early Tuesday in the Sheldon hospital. Mrs. Foth was a sister of Mrs. Alfred Menke, Leroy Schiltz, Bancroft, and Mrs. John Haupert, Burt, as well as Mrs. Joe Moore of Spencer. SCHOLARS HONORED Ames — Iowa State University honored high scholarship students at a dinner in Memorial Union on May 11. Students from this area who attended were: Pamela A. Keil, daughter of the M. E. Keils, Lakota, a senior in applied arts; Kathleen A. Eden, daughter of the Erwin H. Edens, Titonka, sophomore in home economics education; Mark E. Baker contacted places. the business ployed 147 (exclusive of proprietors) and had a payroll for the year of $333 thousand.. The state as a whole included 17,357 establishments with receipts pf $403.'5 puliion. tore Friday The -annual tag day conduct ed by St. Ann's Auxiliary will be held in Algona this Friday. .The proceeds from the sale of tags will be used to buy equip* meat for the hospital. Mrs. U L, Riter and Kathleen McEnroe and Kenneth Kiley. Bur- l al will be in Eastlawn cemetery in Algona with McCullough's Chapel in charge. Lee Elmer Kiley was the son -I! ning, May 29, there will be a Boyken, son of the Edward Boy- pot luck supper and meeting, kens, Titonka, BUS DRIVER CUT Livcrmort —Mrs. Earl Armstrong has been getting around on crutches the past week having stepped on some glass at Silver Lake while helping, to get their boat into the lakei The cut was quite deep and required several stitches. "Kelly" Gronbach has been the substitute driver for the school bus that Mrs. Armstrong drives for Twin'Rivers. ST. JOHN'S C.D.A. Bancroft — The St. John's C.D. of A. elected officers at their meeting May 4. They included Mrs. Walter Menke, Grand Regent; Mrs, John Schemmel, vice grand regent; Mrs. Don Shillington, Prophetess; Inez Lensing, Financial Secretary; Mrs. Phil Elsbecker, Historian; and Mrs. Phil Vaske, Treasurer, TAKES PACIFIC CRUISE WhitUmor* — First Lt. and Mrs, Robert Hentges and Gina, Jeff and Teresa, Tokio, Japan, left Yokohama, May 5 for a 9 day cruise on the USNS Gassey. They expect to visit Seoul, Naha and Okinawa. Mrs. Hentges is the former Mary Hogan, daughter of Mrs. Marie Hogan, Whittemore. FINED $300 ON OMVI Jerald P. Balgeman pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while intoxicated and was fined $300 and costs by Judge Jos. Hand in district court Monday. He was arrested May 5. Of Phillip J. and Helen Mae Mil- ; ler Kiley born May 13, 1898, in \VrJght county. He married Geneva May Schnebly March 23, 1927, near Kanawha. They farmed in that area until 1911 when they moved to a farm pear Burt. Besides hjs wife he is survived by a daughter and four sons: Betty, Mrs. Raymond Creightpn, Burt; Charles, Junction City, Kans.; Robert Creston; Russell, St. Charles; Larry, Wesley. 14 grandchildren also survive. Two brothers survive, Clark, Renwick, and John, Corwith. One brother and a sister died- are co-chairmen of the tag clay. Hjs parents died in 1939. Friday & Saturday - May 14 -15 SEE TWO PAGES OF COUPONS WITH SPECIAL BUYS IN AIGQNA THIS WEEKEND!!
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