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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 10, 1967
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Review Of 1966 News Highlights In Kossuth County The year 1966 breezed by pretty fast, but not until many events, some happy and some sad, went Into the pages of the Upper Des Molnes and became history. Here is a summary of Kossuth happenings during the past year: JANUARY HIGHLIGHTS John Rode, Titonka, elected chairman of the county board of supervisors .... The city council here organized for the new year .... 4-H Rally Night held at Algona High school, with Linda Dodds, Algona, named girls' president, and Wayne Banwart, West Bend, boys' president .... Mrs. Evelyn Earing, Lone Rock postmaster, .resigned after 42 years in that post.... Zoilo Versalles, Minnesota Twins shortstop and American League's Most Valuable Player in 1965, couldn't make it for a scheduled appearance here .... Algona high's wrestlers were third in Osage Invitational Wrestling Meet as Dave Martin and Clint Young won division crowns; AHS downed Clarion, 56-48, as the season mark went to 6-1 .... Strike thought possible at Weidenhoff here .... GHS season mark to 8-1 with a 63-50 victory over Bancroft St. John's. . . . Wrestlers bumped Hampton, 34 -12, with Martin, Tom Samp, Randy Riedinger, Russ Shaw and Tom Fltz- patrick getting falls .... AHS over Iowa Falls, 80-51, and GHS over Pocaliontas Catholic, 68-58 . . . Then Bulldogs dumped Spencer, 69-51 for 8-1 record .... First baby of the year here was Sandra Kay Mogler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mogler, Whittemore, who arrived at St. Ann hospital . . . -17 here Jan. 8, Brrrr .... Mark Prieskorn, GHS sophomore, sustained severe cuts when he accidentally hit glass in door at the school .... Dick Moen, Algona, named president of the Kossuth County Chorus .... GHS 81-59 win over Austin Pacelli; mark to 9-1 .... Algona JayCees saluted with full page in the UDM. Robert J. Friets, 28, Bancroft, became county's first auto fatality of the year in a one-car crash north of Bancroft.... Hugh Black re-elected president of the Federal Land Bank here .... 137.79 acres of Algona airport land leased for $4,360 a year .... Talks begin on vocational-technical school for 5-county area .... Wrestlers lost to Charles City, 35-10 .... GHS dumped Pocahontas Catholic, 54-48, in CYO Tourney here. . .. Algona in romp past Webster City, 63-48 .... Armstrong won the boys' crown and Sentral took the girls' title in the State Line Tournament .... Dick Muller set new single game scoring mark, 35 points, as GHS belted Mason City Newman, 77-62 .... Enlargement of Sentral School District proposed .... Union members voted for strike, 92-19, so workers off jobs at Weiden- hoff .... Ted Chrischilles new president of Algona Chamber of Commerce. . . . New low for year -26, Jan. 29 .... Grapplers dumped Osage, 25-16, in final dual meet, ending season with 4-7 record; Sectional ahead .... St. Edmond ended GHS 8-game win skein, 62-57, in CYO meet, then Bears came back to win consolation, 66-62, from Remsen .... AHS got past Estherville, 52-43, as season mark went to 13-1. FEBRUARY HIGHLIGHTS String of below zero days went to 17 .... Mrs. Marie Murtagh, 92, well-known Algona woman, died .... Car hit train engine, luckily four teenagers escaped with minor injuries .... Swea City newspaper office damaged by fire and water; printed in UDM plant for several weeks .. . GHS edged by Carroll Kuemper, 80-78 . . . . 48 above zero - everyone happy .... 700 farmers attended Corn and Soybean Clinic here, sponsored by UDM iind area firms .... AHS wrestlers third in Sectional Meet as Martin and Fitzpatrick won titles .... Ledyard, Twin Rivers, Lakota and Titonka teams won Sectional basketball openers .... Dale Teeter tied individual single game scoring record at AHS with 45 points in 97-68 victory over Clarion .... GHS rally downed Estherville, 69-90 .... Granville Spaldin'g next victim of Bears, 92-62, for 14-3 record .... Washington's Birthday promotion here termed successful by merchants .... GHS lost to St. Edmond, 77-64 . ... Larry Munger, Tom Samp, Dave Martin and Tom Fitzpatrick won District crowns as Algona advanced all four to State Meet .... GHS 69-62 winner over Emmetsburg Catholic; 16-4 mark .... AHS lost to Clear Lake, then downed Iowa Falls, 86-68. A Bancroft man, Reuben Johnson, 54, found dead of natural causes in his trailer home .... Discuss enlarging Algona School District .... AHS ended regular season with 60-48 win over Hampton for 16-2 record, also 100th win for Coach Howie Stephenson .... Bulldogs and Bears slated to meet in first round of District here .... Munger, Martin and Fitzpatrick took first and Samp a second as the Bulldogs of Coach Champ Martin won the state Class A wrestling championship at Waterloo; huge crowd welcomed the coach and his four iron men home.. . Statue and paintings damaged by culprits at Garrigan high school .... Obert L. Chesely, 44, Estherville, became county's second auto fatality when a big loader rolled over on him southeast of Titonka .... Swea City and Ledyard copped Sectional Basketball crowns .... Teeter of AHS won North Central Conference scoring crown with 353 points; average of 24.7 highest in history of loop .... 2-page salute to championship wrestlers featured in UDM. MARCH HIGHLIGHTS Net profit of the city's electric service was announced as $112,796.78 for the year 1965" .... AHS edged GHS, 50-48, in the District Tournament here on a last-second tip-in by Teeter.. .. Then Bulldogs downed Swea City, 73-62, and bomted Buffalo Center's^high-flying Bison, 69-46, running their season mark to 19-2 and gaining a Sub-State berth .... Objections to voting machine use filed by residents living in the fifth district of the county .... AHS blasted unbeaten Ida Grove, 76-49, to gain Sub-State finale .... Lengthy Weidenhoff utrike settled here .... Wiltgen Jewelry held grand opening of new store .... Dick Muller, junior center, led Garrigau's season statistics with 360 points and a 17.1 average; Don Potthoff, senior forward, finished with 653 career points, a new record for the Bears .... Algona came up with fine last period to dump Mason City, 73-67, to gain 6-Algona, (la.) Upper DM Maine* Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1967 . ___^a—•i. the State Tournament for second time in three years .... Special 12-page section in UDM saluted AHS cagers who entered State Meet with 21-2 record; large pictures of each player featured.... Harry J. node, 87, prominent Algona retired farmer, died.... Charles H. Newel, 75, Fenton, former Kossuth supervisor, died.... Fire did extensive damage in Sjogren's grocery store here ... Cold Bulldogs downed by Ames, 65-53, In State Tourney; wound up 21-3 .... Teeter of AHS unanimous choice on North Central Conference all-loop team .... What a blizzard; one of worst in history here caused untold damage; wet, heavy snow and nigh winds responsible .... Discussion of addition of 75 sections of land to Algona Community School District held here .... Final statistics for AHS basket- bailers showed Dale Teeter with 592 points (new record), 24.7 average (new record) and 1,191 career points (also new record); later selected on first team All-State .... Home Improvement Edition of UDM proved popular; lots of color .... Everyone in county dug out slowly after rugged blizzard; power, telephone and TV hit hard; Floyd Bacon farm home near Burt destroyed by fire in midst of it all . ... Farm census of Kossuth down from 2,906 in 1959 to 2,582 in 1964 .... 18 teachers resigned from local faculty. APRIL HIGHLIGHTS Exhaust pipe backfire darkened some areas of city April 3 .... Break-in at United Building Center here, about $500 in checks and cash stolen .... 4-H Day held here; considered huge success .... UFO sighted by Tom Fuchsen who was on way to farm home near Whittemore .... Only three seniors, Dale Teeter, Dave Martin and Gary Barr, on AHS track squad; outlook not good .... Grant won senior title and Whittemore the junior title in the annual 4-H Basketball Tournament .... 51 upperclassmen reported for Garrigan track team; two lettermen, Bill Obrecht and Mark Goetz .... Mancil Hurlburt, Swea City, announced he was candidate for Iowa House of Representatives .... Walt Steward, Burt marshal for past 42 years, resigned.... Kossuth ordered to re-appraise evaluations of property by 1969 .... Mrs. Robert Perry, 66, Algona, became county's third auto fatality of year when her auto rolled over north of town.... Easter loused up here when 3 inches of snow made things pretty sloppy . . . . A. W. Krominga, 51, well-known Titonkan, died .... Barbershoppers Parade held here .... Sportarama proved huge success .... County was trying to decide how to spend about $66,000 in poverty funds .... Les Foxhoven named Algona JavCee of the Year .... Jim Hershberger, popular AHS. football coach resigned after six successful years; Keith Christie named to succeed him .... Post office safe peeled at Cor with; $1,560 in cash and stamps stolen .... David Riley, 14, Algona, attained Eagle Scout rank .... 12 new teachers hired here; possibility of vote on bond issue for new school discussed.... Area Vocational School-Community College plan discussed by five counties in area .... 500 Rotarians from 47 clubs in this area of the state met here for 2-day District Conference .... Mercury dipped to 26 degrees April 20 as winter refused to leave for good .... Knifing incident resulted in charge of assault with a deadly weapon at LuVerne .... St. Paul's Lutheran church at Lakota held Diamond Jubilee .... Mi 1 , and Mrs. Frederick Schultz, Lone Rock, honored on golden wedding .... Athletic awards presented, Hershberger feted during annual Garrigan Booster Club Banquet here; huge crowd .... Bill Kern, Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kern, wounded by sniper's bullet while on patrol duty in Viet Nam; first casualty in that war from this area .... April 5 marked the first publication of a new column, "The Periscope" in the UDM. MAY HIGHLIGHTS Jess Lashbrook presented a special commendation from the City of Algona following 42 years service here .... Ed Farrell sworn in as acting postmaster here .... Nine records broken in Bulldog Relays here as Eagle Grove, Lake Mills and Swea City copped division crowns; Algona's Dale Teeter posted new mark in 880 .... Four local men applied for centralized signal TV .... Nearly $2,000,000 high school proposed for Algona .... Farm fires caused much damage in area .... Swea City won State Line Conference track crown at Algona as Tom Elliott grabbed a pair of firsts .... Poverty survey slated here before any funds accepted .... More than 200 attended Democratic County Convention .... Many candidates announced for political posts in area .... Titonka's boys won the District Track Meet there .... Burt-Lone Rock Reminder sold to UDM, which immediately set up a Monitor page to serve the communities .... Senior pictures from entire area featured in UDM in oice clear offset photos, sponsored by firms in vicinity of schools .... Mrs. George T. Gengler, 67, became Kossuth's fourth auto fatality of the year in crash near her home at Whittemore .... Roger Weringa, 19, Lakota, victim of tragic electrocution at Bancroft .... Truck hit train near Whittemore and uncoupled 61 cars, men in truck slightly injured .... Algona's Dale Teeter received basketball scholarship at Drake .... Floyd Newville 84, well-known Algonan, died .... Arnold Danielson, Sexton, critically ill from tetanus after sliver in finger .... County let $388,237.94 in contracts for road program .... Bancroft St. John's fell to Dowling, 3-2, in finals of Sub-State Baseball Tournament . . . . Bill Milder hurled Garrigan to 4-3 win over Clear Lake .... Voting machines arrived here for use in coining elections .... Mason City Newman toppled Garrigan in pair of games, 2-0 and 7-1 .... Plan to build new Presbyterian church at Burt .... Remedial reading course planned for public and parochial students here, with federal funds to be used. . No- hit pitching of Dick Diers allowed St. John's to edge Garrigan, 2-0 .... 276 Little Leaguers signed up to play on 21 teams in 4 leagues here during summer. JUNE HIGHLIGHTS Kathy Besch announced as valedictorian at Garrigan High; nine snared $9,365 of Thompson Fund at Algona High.... Ted Zeimann, Mason City, won the feature during first stock car races of season here .... Kitty Hardgrove named Algona High Queen candidate for No. la. Band Festival . .. • Dale Teeter, Algona All-State basketballer, also selected as All-America prep .... Dick Mailer and Don Courtney, Garrigan, and Tom Claude and Dave Gerber, AHS, attended Boys State .... Ernest Farrow, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Farrow, Ledyard, was one of four killed In tragic mishap near Eltnore, Minn.... AHS baseball record to 3-0 with wins over Twin Rivers, Burt and Webster City .... Garrigan record to 3-4 as Bill Milder hurled 6-1 no-hitter against Forest City .... Algona Little Leagues opened play with 21 teams in four loops; girls' softball play also opened ..... Mr. and Mrs. Al Slobe, Algona, were aboard Union Pacific passenger train involved in crash at Templeton, slightly hurt .... Dennis Funnemark, Wesley, first from county named to Air Force Academy. . . . Sudden floods in area as 1.3 to 4 inches of rain fell In 30 minutes. ... Jane Hangman, LuVerne, named Grand Award winner in annual Sidewalk Art Show here .... Another TV franchise vote held here; defeated again. AHS class of 1916 held 50th anniversary reunion here .... County trying to hire full-time Civil Defense director .... Craig Espe, AHS lefty, fired ho-hitter as locals downed Clear Lake, 4-0.... Tom Wagner's home run allowed Garrigan to dump St. Edmond, 6-4 .... Tim Crowley, 7, Algona, sustained severe burns in flash gas fire here .... AHS downed Marshalltown, 9-0, and GHS dumped the Bobcats, 6-1, in doubleheader here .... Mrs. Mabel Irelan, 64, Algona, killed and her husband, Carl, 70, seriously injured in 2-car crash near Livermore .... John Beiser, 74, well-known retired Algona businessman, died .... Special census here showed city gained 272 residents since 1960—total set at 5,974 .... John Hamilton, Algona, won annual JayCee Kossuth County Junior Golf Tournament here .... Espe fired second no-hitter of season, a 7-0 job against Humboldt that cinched conference title tie for Bulldogs .... Ronald Collins, 49, Lone Rock, well-known farmer and candidate for State Senator, died in tragic mishap at his farm . ... 41 members of AHS class of 1956 held reunion here .... Arnold Danielson, 55, Sexton farmer, succumbed to tetanus. JULY HIGHLIGHTS Wesley High class of 1956 held reunion at Country Club here .... Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, Algona, honored on 50th anniversary .... Espe got third no-hitter for AHS in 3-0 win at Forest City .... Vandal caused extensive damage at library here; several local break-ins also reported .... Possibility of improving routing of 169 through Algona discussed .... Action filed in district court here, questioning selection of judge nominees . ... It got up to 97 degrees — hottest of summer to date .... AHS- GHS baseball meeting in Sectional Tournament here a dandy, with Espe besting the Bears, 2-0, on one hitter; Bill Milder and Bill Reding shared fine job for GHS .... Elmer Kelley, 81, well-known Algona mm, died .... Kossuth got a little moisture and it was welcomed during real hot spell.... Espe got llth win without defeat in 7-0 AHS victory over Burt in Sectional .... Two men, Tony Schiltz, Algona, and Bob Storck, Britt, hit holes in one the same day on Wesley course .... Four million in feed grain payments here .... If s Espe again as AHS downed Lake Mills and St. Edmond in tourney play here .... AHS class of 1926 held reunion here .... Ernie Meyer, Rockwell, luckily escaped from plane crash at Bancroft while spraying .... Vandals damaged Grotto at West Bend .... Espe got 15th straight in 6-2 win over Mason City; Bulldogs grabbed District title Most proposed budgets showed tax increase for 1967 .... Barn on Raymond Kohlhaas farm southeast of Algona burned down .... School bond issue at Titonka passed, 414-74; okayed $230,000 expenditure .... AHS sidelined in first round of Sub-State by Breda, 2-0; finish with 19-3 mark Class of '51 of LuVerne High held reunion .... Several tombstones tipped over at Riverview cemetery here by little children .... Class of '51 of AHS held reunion .... Barn and house on farm in Portland township burned, several youths charged with arson .... A blast of 500 sticks of dynamite shook the area west of Irvington while two Algona men were target shooting; trailer home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Petersen nearby damaged .... Linda Hoeppner, Lakota, named Miss Swea City during annual Fair there .... Douglas L. Guerdet, 30, Swea City, county's fifth auto fatality in 2-truck crash. AUGUST HIGHLIGHTS Margaret Durant, well-known Algona poet, died .... Mrs. Sophia M. Wichtendahl, 83, Fenton, victim of 2-car crash near there; sixth fatality of year in county .... Harry Cutler, well- known Algonan, died .... Colts and Red Sox tied in PeeWee League, Tigers and Orioles in American League, Dodgers copped National title and Giants took Senior crown in Little League play .... Fire destroyed barn on Wilford Kohlhaas farm near here .... Algona C. D. A. celebrated 50th anniversary .... Pat Montag namedpresident of school citizen's committee here .... 8 lettermen ready to report for football at GHS.... Area youth admitted series of 11 break-ins during summer here .... AHS class of '61 held reunion .... Work on new Swanson store was progressing here.... Schools in area opened Aug. 29 .... 13 lettermen reported for football at AHS .... New Kossuth County Fair attendance record set — 24,700, with almost 11,000 fed during the annual free barbecue; weather also a factor .... St. Cecelia's class of 1949 held reunion here .... Dr. Harold Erickson won the Championship Golf Tournament at Algona Country Club for the third straight year .... GHS Star newspaper began second year of Dublication in the UDM.... Fair winners pictured in UDM.... SEPTEMBER HIGHLIGHTS Five men filed for one post on Algona school board; John Claude elected .... City joined in saluting local industry Large photo of Algona Nat'l Guard unit of 1905 proved popular in UDM .... Near-perfect weather in this area .... GHS downed Estherville, 32-13, and AHS lost to Emmetsburg, 6-0, in season football openers .... Gas Co. sponsored page of pictures of all of Algona's kindergarten students .... Bill Reding, GHS quarterback, named D. M. Register Prep of Week.... Tragic death of Roger C. Menz, 25, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz, Fenton, occurred as result of explosion while he was at work at Twin Cities .... AHS dumped Clear Lake, 26-7, and GHS slammed LeMars Gehlen, 65-6 .... Moonlight Madness was success here .... Connie Darbyshire Queen of Algona High Homecoming .... Football squad shots from around entire area appeared in issues of UDM .... Russ Medin, Whittemore, elected new president of Algona school board . . .. 3 cars of Milwaukee freight train derailed 6 1/2 miles west of Algona .... Cecil Long, Algona re-elected president of County Farm Bureau .... Local auto dealers showed 1967 models to large crowds. OCTOBER HIGHLIGHTS Charlotte Lappe, Burt High School senior, was crowned Queen of the 18th annual Band Festival here .... A night earlier, Connie Darbyshire, Algona High senior, reigned over Homecoming .... GHS belted St. Edmond, 46-6, for fourth straight win and AHS dipped by Iowa Falls, 13-0 .... Demo Caravan, which included Gov. Hughes and Con. Stan Greigg, visited county .... Swanson store about set to open here, Jerry Benson named manager and Ray McAfee named meat dept. manager .... First Lutheran parish here announced plans for new church in 1967 .... Dutch Elm disease talks began here .... Patricia Loebig reigned as Homecoming Queen at GHS as Bears downed Emmetsburg Catholic, 46-13; AHS downed, 14-7, by Humboldt Bill Kern, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kern, Algona, first Kossuth victim of fighting in Viet Nam War; buried with honors here .... Lions held annual sale of light bulbs here .... .... Andrew Pedersen, 78, Fairmont, became Kossuth's eighth traffic victim of year when he died Oct. 23 of injuries sustained in mishap near Elmore 10 days earlier .... Kossuth joined four other counties in Community College and Vocational School set-up after area meetings .... 11 Bulldogs and 10 Bears wound up football careers .... Harley A. Scott, 40, Britt, killed in shooting north of Algona in which' two other man, Earl Eller, 32, Algona, and Kenneth Elwood, 39, Hutchins, were also injured; incident followed argument .... Del Clopton, 64, well- known Algona retired businessman, died .... GHS ended season with 35-7 victor:' over Prairie View; 7-1 record tops in school's history .... AHS dumped Hampton, 14-13, and Twin Rivers climaxed a perfect season with a 41-12 victory .... Carrie I. Durant, 88, well-known Algona lady, died ... NOVEMBER HIGHLIGHTS Plans for library announced at LuVerne. . .. Tony Klooster, 62, Algona, victim of 2-car crash near Luverne, Minn, in which three other Algonans were seriously injured . .. . Winter sports drills opened at all area schools .... "GOP Resurgence Sweeps Kossuth" pretty well told the story of the general election in this area (and many others)... Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes— 7 Russ Cook, 72, well-known Algonan, died of injuries received in car-train crash near Okoboji . ... New Swanson store opened here .... BUI Conn and Dick Cook named president and vice president, respectively, of the Algona Industrial Development Corp. . . . Switch in operation of St. Ann hospital here announced, although final plans not known .... Car-truck mishap eight miles south of Algona claimed lives of three members of a Ft. Dodge family, Peter Ciucyk, 40, his wife, Berta, 33, and son Roland, 12; three other children orphaned.... North Iowa Shopper published for first time by the Upper Des Moines .... Discussed school bond vote for new high school here .... 35 families available for adoption for Christmas in annual UDM program .... AHS sets point record in 101-42 victory over Swea City; Grapplers won first two dual meets .... Bill Reding and Dick Muller of GHS honored with selection on All-State football squads .... Roy D. Nelson, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Nelson, Algona, and member of the U. S. Navy, drowned in Puerto Rico .... Legion announced plans to purchase former post office building here .... Lenora Hilbert of LuVerne showed the Junior Champion Steer at the International Livestock Show at Chicago .... Larry Buhr named manager of new Sears store he re . DECEMBER HIGHLIGHTS Durant sisters willed $4,000 to Kossuth Historical Society .... Mrs. Berl Priebe named president of American Angus Assn. Auxiliary .... County purchased voting machines for $81,420 .... Grapplers third in Eagle Grove Invitational as Don Camp and Clint Young placed first; GHS dumped St. John's and Spencer and AHS basketballers downed Humboldt and Webster City .... Two Algonans, Edgar Meyer and Eugene Hutchins, filed for position on board of new Area Vocational School set-up .... Legion bought post office .... AHS won own Invitational Wrestling Meet as Larry Munger, Camp, Young and Max Miller took crowns; Bears dumped Pocahontas Catholic for fourth straight; Bulldogs belted Hampton for fifth without defeat .... Adult night classes slated again here .... Food stamp plan for needy announced .... School board here okayed I 1/2 million bond vote .... Bank at Ledyard robbed during night, more than $4,600 taken, all in coins .... Algona JayCees hosted 150 under-privileged children at Christmas party .... Bulldogs thumped tall Clear Lake and Garrigan thwarted St. Edmond, while grapplers dropped dual meet to Ft. Dodge .... 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