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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1965
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12—Algeria, (la.) Upper Dw Moin»t Thursday, Feb. IS, 1965 Cor -Wesley, Lakofa ,Win First Rounds TV.P .irpa tennis v>, in (n st r<Hi;vi fames in the state hieh srh. •>.•,] girls district b.isketbaJl t<nn ;;.-.- ment, Tnesda\ mcht, At Clear l.Ake, L,ik.>!.i ^'-Anod Dews. G7-GO. mi d>n>. :th-\Vf s- lev knocked out Sheftiel.i-i. lupin, 66-52. At Sponcri, Send a] <Mnn- inated H Ha: !k>\, Ti-"8. Thursday nirjit at rio.u<-, Twin Rivers -A ill meet Oi .u!h- \Vesle\ in a contest -vliicli A ill eliminate niit of (lit aira loams, and at Spencer, H masted Mill meet Cla\ Cential. District winners are un then way to the state meet. Wm. Campbell, Former Titonka Man, Passes TITONKA - William L. Campbell, 94, died Thursday at Veterans hospital, Des Moines. He was a Spanish War veteran. He \vas torn Aug. 21, 1870 at Waterdown, Hamilton county, Canada, his parents being Joseph H. and Hanna Featherton Campbell. On Dec. 12, 1899, he was united in marriage to Alverna M. Hall at Titonka. They lived here for many years, his life's work being a carpenter. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ben Zahm and Mrs. Lester Pickering, both of Omaha. Seven grandchildren and eighteen great-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents, seven brothers and two sisters. Funeral services were held Monday at Blake Funeral Home in Titonka, with Rev. Eugene Rasmussen officiating. Interment was at Buffalo Twp. cemetery. Algona Woman Bowling Queen, LuVerne Party A scotch doubles bowling party was held recently at the LuVerne Lanes and an Algona woman was named as Queen. Out of town bowlers were from Algona, Fort Dodge, Emmetsburg Corwith, and St. Benedict. The King and Queen were crowned. They were Gladys Jergensen of Algona and Chuck Merkle. Scores were as follows; 599 Lola Hippen and Dr. John Skogmo; 592 Judy Baker and Ted Johnson, and Barbara Schnetzer and Charles Quebe; 585 Leona Stahl and Red Baker; 578 Mary Skogmo and Don Baker; 576 Doris Gregory and Dale Zentner; 562 Linda Merkle and Art Leek; 558 Audrey Baumgartner and Pete Curry; 557 Martha Wolf and George Schnetzer; 556 Cec Schipull and Jack McClellan; 554 Gladys Jergensen and Ralph Stoll; 539 Doris Barber and Paul Hanselman; 539 Norma Watts and Everett Schipull. The next scotch doubles party will be in March. Everyone is welcome to bowl in these events. -0- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barber visited his nephew, Bill Meyers III from Whittemore at the St. Ann hospital in Algona. Bill was in a car accident on highway 18. Dinner guests at the Bill Goetsch home to celebrate the birthday of Carl Goetsch were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sabin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Funk, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and Daniel, all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Goetsch went to Cowrie where William attended a Methodist Workshop and is one of the leaders. Violet visited at the home of Mrs, James Spake. Biddies and Kiddies card club met at the home of Marcia Arends and prizes went to Kay Henderson, high; Pat Radmus, low; Dorothy Hinz, nine bids; and Doris Johns, travel. The next party will be at Claudia Meyers. A pot luck dinner and birthdav party was held for Carl Pergande at his home recently. Guests were the Ernest Pergandes, Renwick; John Pergandes, Eugene Case\s, Charles McClellans, Council Bluffs; and Margaret Massouris of Council Bluffs. Mr. arid Mrs. Harding Hansen and family visited hisparnits, t he- Harold Hansens, at Bode. Harry . .NaJl/igers received word that his lather, William Naffziger, had passed av/ay at Deer Creek, 111. The luaeral was held there. First Lutheran Banquet Set For March 1 Thi- rlirrux of .1 si i -rial Stew.iidship Ediii atioii foi i• irst Lutheran Church, Algona, -A ill !»•' ic.irhi >' foil •' iiiu .1 f,.:: L r<- .ill ;ia! ;.a!,,|iM t <;. M.>n !.r,, 1st. MrmN'i s •'! I'll st Lutheran h.u-i-. N'rn r:h:a. i d ID (his fffoi t .Miic- ! cl . H. Tins ; 11',. Mm is ! fine lc ! l-\ F ; '..ii ii Tl lii lie, shi| sol vi< f.s, Inc., ,Ioln j t, 'a:ii]H<'t, 'Alnch is licillg 1 1>\ tliC' •' ollif-Il of 1-11 st MotliodlSt, l X] °CtS to SO' IllolP memli-i s of l-'n st Lntlioi ,iii to- i i the! at oiic time tiian .it .my tiiin' in its hisfni".. It '•'• ill I'e held .it r, ; 30 I'.M. at First Mfth- .idist Chinch, '.'• ith a piogram piesciit"i| |iv memliors of Fn st I. uthci .m. Hesci vations are being secured li> a conimittee of Z~> First Lutheran v.omen. A freewill offering will lie taken foi the rost of tin 1 meal, underwritten by the Church Council. Care will be provided for children during the program. l-'ollnuim: the Stewardship Education program, First Lutheran members \ull make their committments to underwrite the initial phase of the construction of a new church building. Algona Lawyer Is Editorial Topic, Sunday A young Algona attorney Joseph Straub, was saluted with a rare compliment, Sunday, when the Des Moines Register devoted one of its editorials to his efforts in a case where he had been appointed by the court to represent a defendant. The defendant was a Puerto Rican, Richard Estrella, an itinerant charged with shoplifting •$71 worth of merchandise in Algona. He was convicted and given six years in the state penitentiary. Straub did not represent Estrella in the matter at the start, but Estrella filed notice of appeal after conviction and asked the District Court to appoint a counsel, a public defender appointment. Straub drew the assignment. 1 He checked into the case and submitted briefs and arguments in Estrella's behalf which came close to winning a reversal of the original verdict. The Supreme Court agreed with Straub that one of the instructions given the jury was in error and should not have been submitted. However, a majority of the court held this was not serious enough to warrant a new trial, but three justices filed a dissent and termed the error prejudicial and called for a reversal, although their view was not a majority. The point the Register made was that in this instance a court- appointed attorney for an indigent really went to bat for his client, despite a minor fee arrangement paid in such matters by the county. The Register editorial concluded: "Attorney Straub deserves commendation for his efforts to give his client the legal representation to which he is entitled. This is in the best tradition of the American system of Justice." Annual Garrigan Band Concert Coming Sunday The Garrigan High School band will present its annual band concert, Sunday, February 28, at 8:00 P.M. A musically exciting evening will be enjoyed as the band plays the popular "My Fair Lady" and "The Sound of Music", then swings into a syncopated Latin American rhythm, to be followed in the intriguing French Can- Can. Sue Nelson and Dan Owens will be featured in a trumpet duet, "The Holy City." Marches and a tew pop tunes including "Java" and "Hello Dolly" will also be heard. Admission is $1.00 for adults ajid 50 cents for students. The public is cordially invited. Coffee Day Fridav, March 5, will be a daylong tree coffee event in many cafes in Kossuth county - with patrons ot the restaurants invited to donate their coffee money (and maybe more) in special containers for Iowa's mentally retarded children. Harold Van Allen oi Van's Cafe here is again chairman of the yearly event. Freda Norman Funeral Held Here Feb. 18 Funeral services i"i Mrs. Freda T. Norman, h", Al. ona rfsi'lr-iit for the i ast <~, \ : ears, we re held at ,; ;..m. Thin sda'. in F 11 st Lutheran c l.m- h, •'.ith \'.' V. HoU'lt I.Olf'ii/ ofJKI.!U!lu. Bmial i>,<] at Hivei viev. remeter. alid MfC Ullolhll {'1111' i .il f lupel was m charge of .111 .iM.reini'nts. P.iii'oearers •'.IMC four o! her sons, Karl Zienler and ( larence Mrs. Norman died at St. Ami hospital here Monday afternoon, Foli. l.'i, ','heie she had been a patient since returning from a visit •.-.•!(li relatives at St. Louis, Mo. Horn Juh H, 1879 at Wimtn- erly, Sweden, she married Oscar Norman at Omaha, Nebi. Mar. G, 1901. Mr. Norman preceded her in death in 19-11. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Linnoa Hiserodt and Violet (Mrs. Joe Klliert), Algona; four sons, Edward, Green Bay, Wise., William, El Cerrito,Cal., Carl, St. Louis, and Richard, Seattle, Wash.; 19grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren. A daughter, Eleanor, preceded her in death. Spanking Case Is Re-Set For This Saturday The scheduled hearing of an assault and battery charge against Mrs. Pearl Higgins, 57, teacher at Grant school near Swea City, in Justice Delia Welter's court here was re-set Saturday ' foi the second time - and is now on the docket there this Saturday morning. Announcement of the re-scheduling came from County Attorney Gordon Wiiikel. Preliminary hearing of the charge, filed by Mr. and Mrs. Omar Smith in behalf of their daughter, Louise, fifth-grader at Grant, was originally slated for Feb. 13. The charge was filed here following an alleged spanking of the girl by the teacher, which took place Jan. 15. The teacher was suspended from teaching Jan. 18 and the school board later voted to retain her and she was to have returned to her duties at the school. WHERE MORE PEOPLE DO MORE BUYING AND SELLINO ! Accident On Highway 9 Brings Charge A charge of failing to yield the right-of-way was filed against Walter C. Zielske, 43, Bancroft, following a two-car crash on highway 9 near Lakota at 11:25 a. m. Monday. Autos driven by Mr. Zielske and Leroy A, Busch, 38, Ledyard, collided, with $1,000 .damage estimated to the Busch vehicle and $300 damage to the other auto. According to the accident report, the Bancroft driver turned into the side of the other vehicle. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst investigaged. A total of $375 estimated damage resulted when autos driven by Lois M, Camp, 40, Algona, and Earl Angle, 47, Burt, collided on South Jones street near Taylor Motor Co. here at 3:45 p. m. Monday. It was snowing and icy at the time and no charges were filed by city police who investigaged, Five Wedding Licenses Are Issued Here A total of five wedding licenses were issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to the following couples: Feb. 18 - Thomas M. Reding and Phyllis L. Dimond. Feb. 19 - Meimet J. Trunk- hill and Ruth Peterson; Larry G. Coney and Jearleen K. Conrad; and Donald D. Haulen and Mary L. Elsbecker. Feb. 23 - Tillford E. Eg land and Ella M. Maalis. Charged After Monday Wreck The Algona police department investigated an accident on State street near McPherson street 4:15 p. m. Monday. Chester Willey, 57, Algona, was charged with following too closely after the panel truck he was driving struck a 19G2Pontiac driven by John Stein, 39, Bancroft. Stein complained of neck pains following the accident. Front end damages to the truck were estimated at $300 ami rear end damages to the car at $100. USED MACHINERY S<-' !:<•*, Ill D-17 Allis, 2 ."JO hours, lik< :•<•'•'• ......... S-JOOO 1 :•'•)" ''G 1 J"l,' DC."!-", new :ear • tll'b'-I ......... $ CT'~r Sr- ":ai ',]'-.'• i Loa !f-rs for Allis t's" ! 3vtr!,o:s- Loa JFT an 1 Sncr- 1 . hurkc- JD 'i; 1HC .... * ir.O T -.";.-. ai. ! .irk saw, si", all ;;;akps 1 " ". .T. D. Disc C!i.i;:i Sav. .S(",i'i,il Usi ! W.iions S' j \f'::il Used Stalk Cuttprs • NOW IS THE TIME TO SEE US FOK YOUR SPRING NEEDS CAR5 i TRUCKS H'5(! CHEV. IMPALA 4-door, V 8, straight stick. 19.-G OLDS "88", -J-cloor. If. "J5 CHEV. 4-door, V-8, power - glide. 10-)4 FORD 1/2 Ton Pickup, 4- speotl, just overhauled. FENTON MOTOR CO. On Hy. 44 In Fentori, Iowa Annual Meeting Of Wesley Coop Creamery Held WESLEY - The 42nd Annual meeting of the Wesley Co-op Creamery was held Feb. 13 in the public school auditorium at 1:45 p.m. Manager Chas. Weir read the annual report showing an increase over the previous year. Total sales were $256,462. Russell Weaver from State Brand Creameries, Mason City, and Ralph Nichols, from Tri-county Co-op Drying plant at Wliitte- more were guest speakers. At the business meeting, Albert Johnson and Dennis Haverly were re-elected to the board of directors. Other directors are Gordon Davidson, F. H. Froehlich, George Kunkel, Jerry Nielson and Francis Richter. 15 door prizes were given and lunch was served by the directors' wives. Chas. Weir is buttermakerand Manager, Edward Carman, Assistant, Theron Hansen, assistant secretary; Earl Robinson and Jerry Discher, haulers; Floyd Armstrong, Richard Erickson and Wilbur Johnson, assistants. Tankred Carlson Succumbs At Armstrong Tankred Carlson, 79, died Monday at his home in Armstrong. Mr. Carlson was born in August, 1866, in Smoland, Sweden and came to the United States when he was 18. He was married to Esther Isaacson of Swea City and they farmed at Kerkhoven until her death in 1917. Jan. 26, 1921, he was married to Ruthe Nettleton and they farmed near Armstrong until he retired in 1947. Survivors include his wife; three sons, Maurice, Lakota; Milton and Oscar of Armstrong; and two daughters, Mrs. Clyde Gilbough, Fairmont, and Mrs. David McLaughlin, Minneapolis. Also surviving are two brothers, Oscar, in Sweden, and Axel, of Orion, 111. Funeral services will be at 2 p, m. Thursday at First Methodist church, Armstrong. Make Tour Of Grain Terminal Nineteen Kossuth County farm people spent last Wednesday in Des Moines touring the facilities of the Farmers Grain Dealers Association of Iowa (FGDA). The trip was sponsored by the Burt Cooperative Elevator, a member of FGDA, with Manager and Mrs. J. L. Miller in charge of the arrangements. Making the trip were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lovstad, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Elw>n Stenzel, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews, Jesse Harms, Melvin Rieken, Harold Becker, Kenneth Sarcliet and Raymond Walker, all 01 Burt. .Use Harvey i\ei>!, Algona: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and A. Clark Miller, all ot Titonka. Andrews, Harms and Stenzel serve on the board tor the Burt Cooperative. In addition to visiting the FGDA offices, the group toured the Avon Grain Terminal southeast of Des Moines • USED MACHINERY PLANTERS All Pl.mtcrs overhauled and re- ro:, Inumed. read;.' for sprin b use :i:-.f! iiiaranteo i 100 r c. LOOK at v.!.a f we have to offer! IH 430 Planter w, runner openers S 475 IH 430 Planter w/dry fert. attach S 630 IH 430A Planter, disk openers i dbl. gandy near new . .§875 493 JD Planter w, gandy, Dry Fert §895 ALSO SEVERAL OLDER IH PLANTERS PRICED TO SELL TRACTORS SMTA Gas, real nice . . . .$2350 '41 H Farmall $425 1948 H Farmall, nice. . . .$550 F706 D Demo - Dealer's Cost '58 - 5 Star Mpls. Ohlcl. . $2375 '49 A JD - p. Trol. ... $ 875 •58 F350 D, nice .... $1595 '50 DC Case $475 IH W9 w/2 way Hyd., A-l. $950 SC Case, str. & Its $ 225 '50 - 8 N Ford U & O Drive 3 pt Blade, Davis Ind. Loader Hyd Bucket w/2 Buckets .$ 985 F560 D-FH & Turbo Charger, Updated $4250 (new sleeves & pistons) 59 - F 460 Std D-br, nice. $2795 F560 D-FH, new tires, updated $3995 •60 F 560 Gas, Loaded, real nice $3650 M Farmall, new fire crater, S& P M Farmall w/9 speed. . . .$1150 1350 - Loaded, new S & P '61 F560 Std D - br, has the new look, 1115 hrs $3550 '55 - F400 Gas, Sharp Tractor $2450 PLOWS IHC 34F 43-4-14" TB Plow $ 375' 555 - 4-14" TB $ 550 No. 60 IH 4-14" 1 yr. old $ 700 No 60 IH 4-16" like new. . $ 575 4-14" JD Mtd. T.B. Plow. .$ 375 37 - IH Disk Std. Brgs, . . $ 575 37 - IH Disk Std- Brgs. . .$ 495 3-16" Oliver Radex, ground- lift $150 MISCELLANEOUS Case P to chopper hay and corn head $ 725 60 - 45 JD S. P.-Combine 12' Head, Header Control, P.S. & Straw Chopper Farmhand Grinder Mixer. .$1050 1 Queen Bee Space Heater, 85,000 BTU. List price $155, NOW $129.50 1 Flip Top Space Heater 90,000 BTU, List price $149. NOW $110.00 55 - 88 Mpls. PTO Combine 1 IHC 101 S-Propelled Combine Cab 10' Header & Header control. Hume Reel 1 1 No. 22 Corn Head $ 895 No. 100 IH Trailing Mower, hay cond. dive $425 3 pt. Oliver Mower $ 145 3 pt. Ford Mower $ 265 No. 46 IH Baler, PTO, Hyd. tension $1050 20 C Chopper, both heads ,.$750 Bearcat PTO Mill Drop Table & Auger Out $375 11' Mpls. Tandem, sharp. . .$ 165 Gehl PTO 10' Mill Auger Out $ 225 IH No. 461 Cult., for F560. .$725 AC 4 row Cult., W.D. Mtgs. $250 ALGONA IMPLEMENT COMPANY Algona 295-3501 NEW and USED MACHINERY 6 - Caswell Farro-Crates each $ 48.00 Used Wagon with barge box and NEW hoist, A-l condition $366.00 NEW Wetmore Grinder - Mixer GET OUR PRICE 1 SNOW BUCKETS 1 Horn Bucket and 1 Humboldt , .each .$ 75.00 New 1/2 H. P, Air Compressors complete with hose . . S 82.50 ARTS-WAY MIXERS 1 - Gehl PTO 10-inch mill, with auger; repainted and ready to go $245.00 2 - Used Loaders, will fit Allis Chalmers, WD i WD - 43 1 - JD Tractor Spreader 1 - New Idea No. 1" Spreader, Good $343.00 2 - Rubber-tired Wagons $73.00 and up WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa (13) To Auto Show Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg returned Saturday f.rom Chicago, where they had spent several days. Mr. Greenberg attended the annual Automotive Show at McCovmick Plaza. USED MACHINERY I960 Oliver 880 Tractor 1933 IHC 400 Gas Tractor 1962 Volkswagen, Panel Deliver; 1031 3/4 T. Ford Pickup with Combination Box 1964 614 Oliver Trip Bottom Plow- Ford Major Loader Horn Loader w, snow bucket, fits IHC tractors Harvey PTO Hammermill with Traveling Table & 13' Auger Bearcat 2A Mill w/PTO & Auger Bearcat 2A Mill w/PTO and Drop Feeder Gehl 41 Mill w/PTO, Drop Feeder and Auger Several other Mills, $25 and up 416 Oliver Hyd. Trip Bottom Plow Model 17 New Idea Manure Spreader 1932 CHEV. TRUCK w/flat bed and hoist 1953 1 1/2 T. Ford Truck w/ hoist 1955 1 1/2 T. Ford Truck w/ Box & Hoist 1936 1 1/2 T. Ford Truck Chassis 1951 77 Oliver Tractor, good shape JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona, Iowa Ph. 295-2421 ., ... (14) F-70 Kn ! pco Heater $ 50 RH-1 Red Hen Portable Heater w/thermostat $98 Kelly-Ryan PTO Spreader. .$ 345 N John Deere PTO Spreader $495 #33 IHC PTO Spreader. . . .$545 200 IHC Spreader (wood box) $170 E M. M. PTO Sheller . . . .$ 995 E M. M. PTO Shellei;. . . .$ 895 MM Shellmaster w/drags. .'$1695 WD AC Tractor $745 1952 U MM w/M-5 block & power steering $1175 1951 MD IHC Tractor . . .$ 995 A JD Tractor $ 945 ZA MM Tractor $ 495 14' IHC Tandem Disc ... $ 475 13' 6" Krause Tandem Disc $ 445 2 - Case Wagon Gears, Choice $95 Walsh Flare Box w/Midwest Hoist & Westendorf Gear almost new $ 495 #66 AC PTO Combine . . . .$ 695 #810 4-14 John Deere Mounted Plow .$ 375 .#4440 Oliver 5-16" Hyd. Plow '. .....$ 795 Papec PTO Chopper w/Corn & Hay Head $695 International Blower w/50 ft. pipe $ 325 BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona, la. MR. A.ND MRS. Richard Brusig are moving to Fort Dodge and their home on N. Roan street has been sold to Dale Struthers, Wesley. The E. B. Cavanaugh home at 415 E. Oak street has been sold to Mrs. Theresa Berger, Ventura. Announcement Norman & Perry Have Taken Over The ELK CLEANERS, and if is "Business As Usual" HILL NORMAN BOB PERRY ELK CLEANERS Phone 5-3447, Algona 1 EVERYONE LOVES OUR | SUNDAY I Smorgasbord Serving From 11:30 A.M. -- 2 P. M. TRY IT SOON! PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES INCLUDING SATURDAY m S SO. PHILLIPS ""• SO. PHILLIPS Jim> Ada & The ° Logan _ALGQA. ; WE ABE MOVING... ... And Will Be In Our New Location At 214 E. STATE MONDAY, MARCH 1 ALGONA PLBG. & HTG. Phone 295-5240 A. B. OAKLAND, Owner 214 East State St, Algona Join The Sports Caravan LISTEN TO KLGA FOR BASKETBALL AT IT'S BEST THURSDAY - FEB. 25th - REBROADCAST OF GARRIGAN VS, GRAETTINGER - 4:15 P.M. SATURDAY - FEB. 27th - SEMIFINAL DISTRICT TOURN. GAMES - 6:00 A, M, AND 3:30 P. M. TUESDAY - MARCH 2nd - FINAL ROUND OF DISTRICT TOURNAMENT-4; 15 P. M, ON KLGA RADIO Algona, Iowa

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