Buys dress shop MRS, CLAUDE "Jo" Ruark of Algona, pictured above, took possession of the Modc-O-Day dress shop Wednesday morning. Vivian Kuhn, who has operated the store for the past 2 years, announced the sale of the business yesterday, and her plans are indefinite. A grand opening is planned for the near future. Mr. Ruark is the district manager of Bituminous Material and Supplies in Algona. The Ruarks have three children; Claudia (Mrs. Marvin Schafer), Algona; Geri (Mrs. John Sires), Cedar Rapids; and Edith, 14, at home. ADVANCE ALMANAC •tf •IWMkVMWI ALGONA MARKETS Corn $1.19 Beans $2.75 Oats 70c ST. ANN HOSPITAL State Historical Society "IfILL A FULL.*!*! NEWSPAPER - PftlNftB IN tASY-tO-RtAe TYPE" Iowa City, Iowa Alqono Komith Entered 03 second class fnattif, Dec. t, 1908, at Algono, lowd, postoffice under Act ol Conaffess VOL, 65—NO. 44 THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1965 — ALGONA, IOWA — IB PACES IN 3 SECTIONS asking J 100,000 filed in court Damages of $100,000 plus $17.500, are claimed in a suit brought in district court by Michael Keigan by his father Ken neth Keigan against H. C Aillaud, Mary Boswell and Michael J. Campbell. According to the petition a delivery truck opeated by Camp bell and owned by the other defendants hit a bicycle on which Jun. 2 - Ed Vaske, Bancroft, l . h « Keigan boy was riding The . . ' * •** 4 •••«•*%» #***n nn» rtnt- CAM*!* *H 4V*^ (Markets furnished weekly by Whittemore Elevator — Hobarton Branch.) ST. ANN BIRTHS Jun* 2 — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klepper, West Bend, girl, 6 Ib. 9 oz. Jiin* 5 — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blocker, Bancroft, girl, 6 Ib. 8 oz. WEDDING PERMITS Cecil R. Crail, Algona, Patricia A. Woltz, Burt; Oliver A. Kardoes, Lanita Gingrich, both Titonka; Bruce L. Keil,. Lakota, Carl Runksmeier, Ledyard. NEW COURT CASES Palmer Solum vs. Esther Solum, divorce; Anna K. Scobba vs.'Verne S. Scobba, divorce; Michael Keigan by K. C., and Kenneth vs. H. C. Aillaud, Mary Boswell, Michael Jon Campbell, damages. BUILDING PERMITS 'Les Frideres, remodel 2 story dwelling, $1,000; Helen Dingley, reshingle 2 story dwelling, $400; John Hjemeland, 1 story dwelling, $15,000; James Walker, remodel dwelling, $3,000; James E. Kelley, reshingle dwelling, $200. MAYOR'S COURT Frederick B. Molander, Garner, overtaking on the left, $10; Evonne Ruth Maahs, Whittemore, failure to yield right of way, $10; Patrick J. Montag, West Bend, speeding, $20; Douglas J. Black, Burt, speeding, $10; Brian A. Henry, Elmore, speeding, $15. ALGONA WEATHER medical; Mary Siefer, Algona, medical; Mrs. Janice Neuroth, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Pearl Hanson, Whittemore, surgery. June 3 — Mrs. Elizabeth Haggard, Algona, medical. Jun* 4 — Emma Miller, Algona, expired; Elma Bush, Hu- ;ron, S. D., accident; Clarence Bush, Huron, S. D., accident; Elmer Bell, .Whittemore, accident. Jun* 5 — Joseph Sires, Algona, surgery; James Maahs, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. Katherine McMurray, Algona, medical; Mrs. Rose Rahe, Bancroft, surgery. Jun* 6 — Mrs. Mary Becker, Bode, medical. June 7 — Mrs. Arlene Gerdes, Algona, medical; Blanche Lage, Algona, medical; George McFarland, Burt, medical; Mrs. Ada Vogel, Burt, surgery; Mrs. Susan Reding, Ottosen, medical. Jun* 8 — Mrs. Luella Wittkopf, Algona, medical; Susan Schiltz, Bancroft, medical. Jun* 9 — Brian Knudsen, Algona, T & A; Mary Daugherty, Algona, T & A; Ricky Bormann, Bode, minor surgery. NEW VEHICLES 50th reunion for class of 1915 John G; Larson,, Swea City, Trav. Trl.; Algona Trailer Sales; Algona, Skamper; Harvey Rath, Algona, Honda; Gary Q. Dodds, Algona, Honda; Ronald E. Miler, Algona, Honda; Floyd J. flutzell, Algona, Honda; North la. Asphalt Co., Algona, Ford Trk.; Howard Henry Krause, Lone Rock, Chev. p/u; Kossuth Mtr. Co., Algona, Chev. p/u; Wilfred F. Loebig, Wesley, Int. Trl.; Schultz Bros., Algona, Pont.; William F. Baretech, West Bend, Rambler; Alfred J. Zeller, Bode, H L June 2 80 55 June 3 80 59 June 4 78 62 June 5 79 62 June 6 68 56 June 7 -82 50 June 8 80 53 June 9 — 50 .42 Tr. 1.63 .22 injuries are not set forth in the petition. Asked is $100,000 on behalf of the boy and $17,500 for the father's claim. MARK BANKS was ordered to court June 15 at 10 a. m. for a hearing on a contempt court charge filed by Virginia Banks. They were divorced re cently and she claims $222.50 in back alimony and the fact her attorney fees of $150 have not been paid as ordered by the court. He was ordered to pay $160 per month support when the divorce was granted April 29. FILED IN COURT was a pet- tion by Anna K. Scobba asking a divorce from Verne S. Scobba t both of Algona. They were married Oct. 27, 1935, and separated this June. Nine area students win degrees Cedar Falls — Nine area students were among the candidates for degrees at commencement exercises here June 4 in the State College of Iowa. From Algona were Joyce G. Alberts who received a masters iegree in guidance counseling; Vicki A. Hansen, bachelor ol arts In secretarial; Carolyn J. ftochleau, bachelor of arts in junior high education. Burt — James H. Sparks, with honors in mathematics and a bachelor of arts degree. Corwith • - Nancy C. Weber BA degree in elementary education. Irvington — Betty K. Wick- Chev.; Clarence B. or Zella Bergeson, Whittemore, Rambler; Earl or Lulu Griffith, Algona, Plym.; Herschel W, Hartman, Lone Rock, Ford; Walter J. or Louise Goche, Bancroft, Buick; Lawrence or Agnes Menke, Bancroft, Dodge MH; Gary H, Iron Elmore, Chev.; Dau's Garage, Algona, Rambler; Curtis Dean Johnson, Algona, Chev.; Arlene J. Norris, Algona, Volkswagon Wm. Craig Smith, Algona, Rambler; Lloyd G. or Jean H, Petticord, Algona, Pont.; Jack W Limbaugh, Algona, Plym.; Robert L. or Lottie J, Boleneus, Wes ley, Ford; Raymond or Loretta Kramer, Algona, Ford; Verdene MEMBERS OF THE Algona High School graduating class of 1915 met in Algona June 4, 5 and 6 for their 50th anniversary. The original old gold and black pennant is pictured with them. Front row, left to right, are pictured: Nellje Brown, Mrs. Arthur Klein, Chicago, 111.; Alice Moline, Mrs. Paul Benjamine, Miami, Fla.; Eva Brown, Mrs. Will Dailey, Bristow, Okla.; Marjorie Carlon, Mrs. Frank Harriman, Sun City, Calif, (a sister of Mrs, Don Smith Sr.); and Agatha Caughlin, Mrs. Andrew Hanseh, Algona. Back row, Stewart McFadden, Algona; Vivien Miller, San Marino, Calif.; Georgia C. Rawson, Evanston, 111.; Frances Wright, Eagle Grove; Mamie Harrison, Mrs. George Baier, Salina, Kans.; Nellie Schoby, Mrs. Glen Jenkinson, Algona; Maroa Keith, Mrs. Howard Rosengarten, Villanova, Pa.; and Alfred B. Schenck, Algona. Not pictured but present at the reunion on Sunday was Ruth Jackson, Mrs. Clarence Achilles, New Hampton. Photo by Glen Graham. •I* *t* •** 25 of original class of 38 are still living Many exhibitors here for annual Art Show The business district of Al- the exhibitors free parking The, Algona, high school class jgona will be transformed into an art gallery Friday from noon of 1915 held a Golden Anniversary reunion here last weekend. Twenty-five'• members;, of Jthe j$_ in that class are living, 'and many came from a distance to be here for the celebration and to meet old friends. It was planned and executed by Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Stewart McFadden and: Alfred Schenck, who and Frances live in Algona, Wright, Eagle wire, BA degree in elementary education. Swea City — Curtis D. Hanson, BA degree in industrial arts; Glendon E. Peterson, BA degree in mathematics. Titonka — Sharon K. Carroll, BA degree in kindergarten and elementary education. M. Anderson, Lakota, Ford; Francis J, or Vanda C. Pfeffer, Wesley, Buick; Lawrence or Bertha Newbrough, Lone Rock, Buick; Marion Clair Robinson, Algona, Rambler; Everett or Helen Anderson, Algona, Chev.; Arthur or Frances Weiss, Algona, Chev. Three car pile up in Algona ESTIMATED damages in a two car and truck accident Tuesday totalled $2,400. The collisions occurred shortly after U a.m. gt the intersection of Wooster and Call streets in Algona. A ear driven by Porothy A- Berte who was accompanied by two children was going west on Call street when they were struck by one driven by Karen K- Bohn, Spirit Lake, who was headed south on Wooster. The collision caused the Berte auto to careen into a state maintenance truck driven by Marvin L, Schafer who had been going east on Call street. Mrs. Berte and three year old William both received bumps on the head and were taken to a local doctor. Another son, l-arry, 7, was unhurt; they were all in the front seat. Estimated damage to the rear of the body of the Berte car was $1,800. The truck had about $200 damage to the left front fender, head light and bumper. The front end damage of the Bohn vehicle was estimated at $400. . On the left in the foreground is the state maintenance truck, driven by Marvin L, Scnafer, which was struck by the porotby Berte auto in the background when her car was shoved by the vehicle on the right driven b y K* re » K - &&R. Karen K. Bohn was cbargei with f&ilgre to yleW tbs r||h>of-way. Grove. They did a line job for a wonderful time. They began with a dinner at the Johnson House Saturday evening. Stewart McFadden was emcee and called upon each one present to give an account of the last 50 years, with many clever and interesting responses. One, unable to be present was Leon Stock, Maryville, Wash., and he called by long distance and talked to each former classmate. He had also sent earlier a tape recording which was played. Since he was senior .class president, it began with the words, "The class will now come to order." Leon also made and sent the place cards used at the dinner. Each was shaped like the map of Iowa, on which their class motto was printed. Leo Heinen, 66 dies suddenly here Tuesday Leo Heinen, 66, died Tuesday evening of a heart attack while he was visiting, his sister, Jose- ihine Heinen, housekeeper for Father Stahl. Funeral services will be Fn/ day morning at 10:30 at St. Ce celia's Catholic church with Father Heinen, brother of Mr Heinen from Albia, officiating Burial will be in Calvary cemetery with Hamilton's Funeral Home in charge. Leo Joseph Heinen was born, June 19, 1898 in Milo, the son, of Lambert and Margaret Walk ifeinen. He came to Kossuth county in 1929 where he farmed and to Algona in 1936. He was a retired fanner and had nev^ er married. Survivors are two brothers ana 1 six sisters: Father Lambert Heinen', Albia; George, Milo; Anna, Mrs. Albert Weishaar, AJ. gona; Mrs. Susie Schurraan, Lacona; Mrs. Mary Greubel, Milo; Sister Mary Lambertine, Racine, Wis,;. Sister Mary Augustus, WiEmette, .HI; Josephine Heinen, Algoua. until 9 p.m. when" the third annual Sidewalk Art Show will be heldr Judging will be completed by 2 o'clock by a professional artist, Lloyd Herfindahl of Albert Lea, and award ribbons displayed. Exhibitors will be: M. L. VanderWaal, oil paintings. Nora Garner, oil paintings, Burt. Jeanne Lighter, oil paintings, jewelry, silverware, abstract. Ray Gilbert, oil paintings. Mrs. H. S. Montgomery, seed pod and grain pictures. Roberta L. Lorenz, oil paintings, prints or sketches. Mrs, John Thompson, ceramics. Mrs. Ruth Wolf, oil paintings, •uVerne. Bless R. Rusk, oil paintings, water color, prints and sketches sculture, jewelry. Gary Kelley, oil paintings water color, prints and sketches Gary Rusk, oil paintings, water color, prints and sketches. Mrs. Fred Schmitt, oil paint- ngs, water colors, Mason City Catherine Wagner, oil paint .ngs, water color, Mason City. Shirley Garbin, oil paintings, Mason City. Demonstration. Vera Nelson, oil paintings, water colors, Ringsted. Mrs. Wallace Hauck, oil painting, water color, prints and sketches, Livermore. Mrs. Mary Colwell, water color, Livermore. Mrs. Leonard Warner, ceramics. Shirley Snyder, oil paintings stickers so they may park in the street Dear their exhibits. These and identification cards may be picked up at the Chamber of Commerce office after 8 a.m. Several of the participants will have some of .their art work for sale. Mrs. Haggard dies Monday; rites Thursday Elizabeth Haggard, 84, died Monday night at St. Ann hospital after a month's illness. Funeral services will be held Thursday (today) at 2 o'clock at the First Congregational church with Rev. Frank Harcey and Father Frank Dailey officiating. Elizabeth Green was born Nov. 9, 1880 in Canton, N. Y., the daughter of Edwin S. and Mary Nat- ties Green. She was married to Melzar P. Haggard in Watertown, N. Y. on Sept. 19, 1906. Mrs. Haggard was a graduate from the Canton high school in 1899 and St. Laurence university in Canton, N. Y. in 1903. She taught school in Rensselaer Falls, N. Y. for two years and then at Titonka for a year prior to her marriage. She was a member of the Congregational church and D.A.R. Survivors are two daughters, Eleanor, Mrs. Forrest Twogood, Los Angeles, Calif, and Barbara, at home. Her husband died in Lone Rock youth denies thefts • Eugene Hanna, 18 of Lone Rock, pUd "not guilty" to larceny charges in Justice of the Peace Delia Welter's court Monday. He was bound over to District Court with bond of $2,500 set and not furnished as yet. H* is in the county jail. Hanna was taken into custody by deputy sheriffs Thursday of last week. He is specifically charged with stealing about $400 in tools from the Harold Dreyer farm near Fenton on the night of Feb. 22. Lakota dealer suspended by federal order NEW TEACHER Livermore — Mrs. Dorothy Turley of Rolfe has been hired as the 6th grade teacher for the Livermore grade school. Mrs. Turiey taught 5th grade at Ottosen last year. TO GIRLS STATE Burt — Jane Barslou, Burt, Janet Hammerstrom, Lone Rock, and Kathy Ditsworth, Fenton, will go to Cedar Falls Sunday to attend Girls State for the week. KATE BOARD BREAK Lone Rock — Brian Geitzen- uer, youngest son of the Lorenz Jeitzenauers broke his leg last fhursday, June 3, while play- ng on a skate board. The break s just an inch below where he broke it a year ago on July 31. TO LIVE IN HAWAII Wesley — Mrs. Mildred Els- aecker and Karen, Beatrice Hildman, Mrs. Theresa Foertsch, Angelina and Rosemary, attended the pre-nuptial shower in the parish hall at Bancroft Sunday for Betty Ford. Betty, daughter of the Vincent Fords, Bancroft; and Joseph Heinen, Hawaii, son of the Fermah Hein- ens of Algona, formerly of the Wesley area, will be married June 19. He is in service in Hawaii where they will live. Mrs. Elsbccker was one of the hostesses. FORESTER PICNIC Bancroft — The annual Forester Picnic will be held, here Sunday, June 27 at noon in the Bancroft Park. HURT IN CRASH Bode—Kirk Rolland, son of he Keith Rollands, was invol- /ed in a accident on a car on Bode streets Friday evening. He s taken to Lutheran hospital, r ort Dodge. FALLS FROM HORSE Swea City — James Larson, 10, Swea City, fell from a horse he was riding Saturday night and broke both bones in his right wrist. He was taken to the Holy Family hospital at Estherville for treatment and was released Sunday. Mrs. Dennis Teachout Sr. water color, sketches, sculpture, all occasion cards. Mrs. Jerry Becker, pastel pictures, Bode. Demonstration. Mrs. Ernest Egel, oil painting. Mrs. Ferdinand Ostwald, ceramics, Whittemore. Demonstration. Mrs. Martin Becker, goose and chicken egg shell novelties. Mrs. Val Fuhrmann, oil painting, water color, prints, Livermore. Demonstration. Alice Baker, oil paintings. Sharon Bristow, pentels (oil base chalk), mosaic coffee table top. , David Dimond, water color, prints and sketches, one scratch board. Cliff Carlson, sculptor from Wesley, will not have an exhibit but will be demonstrating a portrait, head and shoulder, from a live model. He will be working between the hours of 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. in front of the S & L store. In case of rain the Sidewalk Art Show will be held Friday June 18. .„ . ~The city of Algona will give 1952 and a son, John, died in 1955. The only other survivors are two nephews and two nieces: Stanley Moore, San Antonio, Texas; Paul and Elizabeth Brown, Watertown, N. Y., and Veda Murtagh. Pallbearers will be B. J. Brad- Chicago—Robert Thompson, Lakota, Iowa, livestock dealer, has been suspended as a registrant under the Packers and Stockyards Act, and has con sented to a U. S. Department of Agriculture order to comply with that Act. USDA judicial officer Thorn as J. Flavin issued the order May 26, suspending Mr. Thomp' son's registration for 30 days The suspension became effective June 7. USDA said Mr. Thomp son is not entitled to engage in business under the Act dur ing the period of suspension. The judicial officer also or dered Mr. Thompson to cease and desist from making anj false representations regardini the price or weight of livestock —or any other material fact— in connection with the purchase CAR KILLS DOG Sexton — Damage to a car driven by Evelyn Palmer, Olds, Iowa, was estimated at $150 when it struck and killed a large dog, % mile east of Sexton on highway 18 about 6:15 p.m. Saturday. The accident was investigated by patrolman Tom Cog- dali. GETS MASTERS DEGREE Pat Daughterly, baseball coach at Garrigan, received his masters degree in science education at Drake university, Des Moines, June 7. Kossuth students win Ames music awards ford, L. S. Bohannon, Russell J or sa i e of livestock. Buchanan, Leon Laird, Richard He further directed Mr. Thorn- Thoreson, and Victor Parsons, j pson t 0 keep accounts and records which fully and correctly disclose all transactions involved in his business, as required by the Act. The action resulted from a complaint made in December Music awards have i 1964 by the Packers and Stock- Ames been given to 212 Iowa State, yards division of USDA's Con- university students for their sumer and Marketing Service, participation in vocal and in- j It alleged that Mr. Thompson _A . »* «i ,.•—<-»! i «ir- A 11 t»i 11 n iVi*i i on (jo (JoH in 11 n fa i i* n rw 1 Hpffii'vti vt» A Success Story... An Ottosen woman reports: "I came to Algona to buy a - because of an ad I saw in the paper. 1 didn't know this farm handled strumental groups during the 1964-65 school year. Six students from this area were winners. The bronze vocal award was awarded to Philip D. Egel, Ann Seger, and Vicki Steil, all from Algona, and Sidney C. Banwart of West Bend. The silver vocal award went to Vernell Ludwig. The gold vocal award went to Carmen Cook, Lakota. engaged in unfair and deceptive ; —~ practices in purchasing live-j m the stock, and failed to keep ace-1 Make sure YOUR customers ounts and records in the mann- j know what you are selling er required by the Act. In answering these allegations Mr. Thompson admitted USDA's jurisdiction, neither admitted or denied the charges, waived oral hearing, and consented to the issuance of the suspension. and the BEST way is to tell them through the pages of the ADVANCE — with the largest PAIR CIRCULATION of ANY Kossuth newspaper — by far!
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