The Press Run Of This Paper's Last Issue was 5,755 Jin I I I I I I i I Proposes Tax Conservation Queen Here For Education An added attraction at the open house of Farmers Service Center, held here Saturday, was the appearance of Sherry Teachout, Farragut, present Iowa Soil Conservation Queen. According to Merton Ross of the Service Center, hundreds of area adults and children attended the event. • Mr. Ross, right, took time during the day's activities to have a cup of coffee with Miss Teachout, a high school senior, left, and Julius Baas, second from the left, chairman of the county conservation board, and Lyle Riedinger, second from the right, of the conservation office here. Representatives of seed and chemical companies represented by the local firm were also present to greet visitors, who had the opportunity to register for door prizes. Free sandwiches, coffee and pop were also served. (VPM Polaroid Photo) ran across this item regarding Algona: "A jolly delegation of pleasure seekers, numbering from 40 to 60 from Algona were here on an excursion. They began their program with some very creditable music by the Algona Silver Cornet Band, then commenced croquet balls to roll and the happy lads and lassies exercised their skills in arches and stakes. "Some of the party were busy making ice cream and others equally as much engaged in devouring it. Tables were prepared numerously with eatables which might be palatable to the delicate lips of a fairy. They dined and then all Jumped aboard the Challenger and went out on the water for the balance of the evening. The courteous Clear Lake band united with their brother musicians and climbed upon the skow and assisted with their music in making the occasion a pleasant one." In 1875 that trip to Clear Lake must have been quite an event I * * * A Russian teacher in class recited as follows: "April 11, 1961, Uri Gagarin orbited the world, Aug. 6, 1961, Major Titov made 17 trips around the world. June 15, 1963, we sent a man and woman around the world, Oct. 12, 1964, we sent a three-man crew orbiting. March 18, 1965, for the first time we had an astronaut leave bis capsule and step into outer space. "All of these things were accomplished by the Soviet Union, Now, children, are there questions?" "Yes," replied one small boy, raising his hand, "When can we goto Vienna?" * * * Famous Last Line - Middle age is when you can do everything you used to do, but sometimes not until tomorrow, Dies Suddenly Ralph Archibald, 61, well- known Algona area farm laborer, died suddenly Sunday evening in the yard at the farm home of Mrs. Fern Young, rural Algona. He had been employed at the Young farm for many years. Funeral arrangements are pending the arrival of relatives from Lenox, and will be in charge of McCullough Funeral Chapel, BY RUSS WALLER * * * After viewing both Iowa and Minnesota high school basketball tournament play on TV, and also a few professional games on Sundays, we'll pick a good high school game anytime . . . more human and less mechanical. * * * Mrs. Clara Peterson of Ringsted has completed a queen-size task, She braided (in the good, old-fashioned way) a 9 x 12 rug for her grandson, Richard and his wife, of LeMars. The entire rug is made of wool, and she says that there are great many relatives represented in that rug, too, all donators of skirts, suits, etc. * * * In February, in Kossuth county, 161 persons received an average of $78,92 in old age assistance and 80 received medical aid averaging $80.70 a case. But the largest item was aid to dependent children, with 284 persons in 61 cases receiving an average of $164.66. * * * prior to 13 years ago, when he was deposed as ruler, King Farouk of Egypt managed to be quite a prominent world figure, between governing and having fun. A week ago he died in exile in Italy, and his funeral rated nine lines of type on page • nine. * * * Backers of the adult driver's course here say that the registration fee of $30 proved to be quite a stumbling block in getting participants. * * * A 75-year-old Clear Lake resident, in digging through an 1875 copy of the Clear Lake Observer, EDITION Congressman Stanley L. Greigg announced today that he has introduced legislation to provide income tax credit for college tuition and related educational expenses. The credit will apply either to the individual who is paying his own tuition, or to someone else, usually a parent, who is paying tuition for the student. The credit will be computed separately for each student, thus easing the tremendous burden now faced by parents with more than one child in college. Under Congressman Greigg's bill, the amount of credit will be: 75% of the first $200 of expenses; 50% of the next $300; and 20% of the next $1000. Expenses of higher education covered under the bill include: tuition and fees required for the enrollment or attendance of a student at a level above the twelfth grade at an institution of higher education, and fees, books, supplies, and equipment required for the courses of instruction. Expenses covered do not include amounts paid, directly or indirectly, for meals, lodging, or similar personal, living, or family expense. Congressman Greigg stated that while he strongly supports student scholarship and loan programs, he believes this proposal could particularly ease the burden 'of parents in the middle income group. The Congressman said he is confident the measure would also be particularly beneficial to the private colleges in northwest Iowa. Greigg noted that other bills which have been introduced along this line allow less credit to students paying tuitions in the range now in effect in these institutions. Four Accidents Here, Charge Three Drivers Three car mishaps here Wednesday and Thursday resulted in filing of charges. One took place about 9:30p. m. Thursday at the intersection of Harlan and Hall streets and involved cars driven by Julius Studer, 69, and Vincent Reed, 29, both of Algona. Damage totaled $250 to the autos. Studer was charged with failure to enter a highway safely. About 3:45 p.m., another crash occurred when cars driven by Douglas Moehle, 17, Algona, and Phillip Bormann, 18, Bode, collided at Thorington and North. Damages totaled $450 to the cars and Bormann was charged with failure to yield. Thursday, cars driven by Marilyn Moore, 31, and Sadie Mawdsley, 68, both of Algona, crashed at the McGregor-Harlan intersection, Damage to each car was about $150. Mrs, Mawdsley was charged with failure to enter a highway safely, Gordon Moore, 3, received a chipped tooth, Wednesday about 12:30 p. m., there was a crash at the Call- Jones intersection between cars driven by Alice Tobb, 33, Corwith, and William T. Green, 22, Ledyard. Mrs. Tobb was charged with failure to enter the highway safely. Her son, Michael, 5, suffered a cut lip. Damage totaled $825 to the cars. Wed 25 Years The children of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, Burt, will be hosts at an 'open house April 4 at St. John's Lutheran church, Burt, from 2 to 5 p.m. in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. The program will start at 3. The children are Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kissner and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marlow. (Find Livermore Farmer ( j Dead 2 Days In Snow! ;j: Funeral services for Joseph Lentsch, 55, Livermore farmer, : iijwere held Saturday at 9:30 a. m. in Sacred Heart Catholic church i ij-at Livermore. The Rev. Gerald Fisch was celebrant of the re- : •i-quiem Mass and burial was in Mount Calvary Cemetery with : •:• military rites at the graveside. : •:• Mr. Lentsch was found dead of a heart attack Wednesday : Anight near a feed lot on his farm by neighbors. He was partially : ^covered by snow and had apparently been stricken while doing : ' ; :' : chores about two days before. : :•: Born and reared at Livermore, he was a lifetime resident < :•': here' except for four years of service in the Navy during World §: War II. : ;:•: In 1945, he married Anna Capesius. She died three years : Slater. : ;:•: Surviving are two brothers and four sisters, Lawrence of : $ Bode, John of Algona, Mrs. Clarence Fineran of Santa Ana, : :|: Calif., Mrs. Lawrence Curran of Humboldt, Mrs. Ted Jennings : •:': of Miller S. D., and Mrs. Donald Shield of Nampa, Idaho. Gene Maohs Of Whittemore To High F. B. Post Gene Maahs, 33, a native of Whittemore, who had been editor of the Farm Bureau Spokesman for some years, has been named as director of communications and information for the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation. He will succeed Dan Murphy, April 15. The latter is joining a Des Moines advertising agency. Maahs is an agricultural journalism graduate of Iowa State U. and worked for the Decorah newspapers before joining the Spokesman staff. Ill ForYeTr, Emil Hasse Of Burt Succumbs Emil H. Hasse, 82, resident of the Burt area since 1937, died about midnight Wednesday, Mar. 24, at St. Ann hospital where'he had been a patient for about a year. Funeral services for Mr. Hasse were held Saturday at 2 p. m. in St. John's Lutheran church at Burt, with Rev. William Scheer officiating. Burial followed at the Burt township cemetery and McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Emil Herman Hasse was born in January, 1883, in Germany, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hasse. He was married to Mary Wojahn at Emrrietsburg and she preceded him in death in 1946. Mr. Hasse was a carpenter prior to retirement. He is survived by eight children, Alvina, Albert and Paul, Burt; Esther (Mrs. Wendell Christensen), Wesley; Caroline (Mrs. Paul Clausen), Fort Dodge; Ruth, Iowa City; Emil, Jr., Fairmont; and John, Jackson, Minn.; a brother, William, Knoxville; a sister, Bertha, Mauston, Wise.; and 13 grandchildren. A brother and sister preceded him in death. Algona Sailors On Transports Moving Troops Two Algona youths, in the U.S. Navy, took part in a mass movement of marines from Honolulu to Okinawa, this month. In a movement of 19 ships, some 7,500 marines were moved from Pearl Harbor to the island of Okinawa, off the Chinese coast. Serving on the USS Calvert, navy transport, is Mike Wickliff, son of the Steve Wickliffs. Serving on the USS MONTROSE, another transport involved in the operation, is John Wilson Jr., son of the John Wilsons of rural Algona. Cresco 4-H Chums Cresco Boys 4-H club met March 8. Dean Teeter called the meeting to order. A senior team as well as a junior team was organized. Dean Teeter and David Sabin were made responsible for preparations for 4-H Phil Dorweiler Of West Bend Dies At 83 Funeral services for Phillip H. Dorweiler, 83, retired West Bend farmer, were held Saturday at 10 a. m. in St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church at West Bend. Rev. Louis Greving was celebrant of the requiem Mass, and burial was in the West Bend cemetery. Mr. Dorweiler died Wednesday afternoon of last week at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. He had not been well the past year, but had been at the hospital only one day. Born and reared at West Bend, he attended the local schools and farmed in this community for many years. In 1919, he married Anna Ruf at Amboy, Minn. She survives as do three children, Mrs. Carl Schafer and Lawrence Dorweiler, both of West Bend, and Mrs. Elmer Anliker of Whittemore; 15 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. George Gengler of Whittemore, Mrs. Helen Studer of Corwith and Mrs. Charles Seymour of Mason, Neb. Services At Swea City For E. E. Heidecker Eldon E. Heidecker, 32, Swea City area farmer, died Tuesday night March 23, at Buffalo Center Hospital. He had been ailing for several years. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church, Swea City, with the Rev. W. B. Cain officiating. Burial was in Harrison Township Cemetery, Barnes Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Heidecker was born Sept. 19, 1932, at Buffalo Center and was educated in the Lakota schools. Dec. 30, 1951, he was married to Dorothy Winkelman. She was killed last July 1, in an auto accident near Ledyard. Survivors include three daughters, Carmen, 13, Verlaine, 9, and Rhonda, 6; his mother, Mrs. Dan Mylan of Buffalo Center; four brother s, Elnor of Minneapolis, Harlan of Glenwood, Minn., Ivan of Buffalo Center, Loran, in the army at Fort Hodd, Texas; and two sisters, Mrs. Luella Loos of Rosemount, Minn., and Mrs. Roberta Zielsxe of Lakota. __ 300 At Cylinder Co-Op Meeting Robert Ban wart, secretary- treasurer, and Arthur Juhl have been reelected as directors of the Cylinder Cooperative Elevator They were named at the annual meeting held at Cylinder Consolidated School last week with 300 persons present. Odne Stokka is manager of the elevator and other directors are Selmer Nelson, Irvin Solberg, HansMadsen, Tom Naig and Dan Fogarty. Jflomes ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1965 8 Page* VOL. 100 - NO. 23 Entered as second clast matter at the postofflce at AlRonn. Iowa. Nov. |, 1932, under Act of Congress of March 3, 187B. New JayCee Officers Algona's JayCees elected new officers during a meeting here Wednesday night, Mar. 24. Out-going president is Jim Buscher. The new, officers, shown here, will be installed during a banquet at the Algona Hotel here Wednesday evening, April 7. Pictured, left to right, seated are, John Lande, second vice- president, Steve Ostrum, president,, and Walt Turchin, treasurer, while standing are Frank King, left, first vice-president, and Les Foxhoven, right, secretary. Three directors were also elected Wednesday. They are Gary Davis, Tom King and Norman Frank. . (UDM Polaroid Photo) Gets 5 Years , Robert E. Brown was sentenced to five years in the men's reformatory at Anamosa this week after he entered a plea of guilty to a charge' of larceny In district court here. Appeal bond in the matter was set at $2,500 by Judge G. W. Stillman False Check Brings Seven Years As Court Term Ends Orville Coon, Sioux Rapids, was sentenced to seven years in the state penitentiary at Ft. Madison on a false check charge Thursday by Judge G. W. Stillman in district court here. He allegedly had five prior convictions on similar charges. He was apprehended Jan. 5 by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst after he passed a check at Kossuth Oil Co. here. He was taken to Ft. Madison by the sheriff after sentencing. Judge Stillman also levied a $400 fine and court costs against Thomas Sampson, Algona, who had earlier been found guilty of OMVI by a'Jtiry... * A divorce was also granted by the judge before the term ended. Kathleen M. Zwiefel was granted a divorce from Kermit D. Zwiefel in a matter that had been filed earlier. The petit jurors were dir- missed Wednesday morning, Mar. 24, for the remainder of the March term, which also ended during the weekend. Judge Stillman went to Storm Lake for a term there this week. One new case was also filed. Frances Beitz, plaintiff, is seeking a divorce from Fred Beitz, defendant. Married at Blue Earth, Minn. Jan. 23, 1923, the plaintiff charges cruel and inhuman treatment and seeks attorney fees, home furnishings and further relief equitable to the court. ,^_^__ Emma Knecht Of Whittemore Services Monday Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Knecht, 74, were conducted Monday at 10 a, m. in St. Michael's Catholic church, Whittemore. The Rev. Phillip Dailey was celebrant of the requiem Mass, and burial was in the parish cemetery with Hyink Funeral Home, Whittemore, in charge. Mrs. Knecht died Thursday afternoon at St. Ann hospital, Algona, which she had entered that morning. The former Emma Salz, she was born at Leonore, 111., but had resided for a number of years at Whittemore. Her husband, Theodore Knecht, died in 1950. Surviving are five children, Mrs. Henry Jenn of Iowa City, Harold of Algona, Beatrice of St. Paul, Minn., and Norbert and Roman, both of West Bend. 12 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren also survive. Last Rites For Fenton Town Marshal Held FENTON - Albert Schwarzenbach, 59, former Fenton town marshal died at his home in Fenton early Wednesday morning, March 24, of a lingering illness, coveringatwo-yearperiod. Funeral services were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, with Rev. Rex Spicer officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Thomas Funeral Home had charge of arrangements. Albert Schwarzenbach was born June 17, 1905 at Harlan, Iowa. He graduated from high school at Lake Park, Iowa, in 1923. In 1929 he married Dora Ann Jaeger at Worthington, Minn. She survives. Schwarzenbach was town marshal in Fenton from 1955 until February of this year, when his illness made it impossible for him to continue his duties. He had been ill for two years. Before moving to Fenton, the Schwarzenbachs lived at Rushmore, Minn, where he farmed, Schwarzenbach's family has a history of law enforcement. His father was in police work for almost 30 years, and his only son, Bill, is now on the police force in Storm Lake, and had been a policeman in Algona until recently. Survivors besides his wife and son are two daughters, Mrs. Paul Schafer (Iris) of Yankton, South Dakota, and Mrs. Edmond Krapp (Karen) of Humboldt, Iowa. Two sisters and one brother also survive. There are nine grandchildren. Burt Hi Student Play, April 2 "Take It Easy", a three-act farce-comedy by William D. Fisher, will be presented on the Burt high school stage on Friday, April 2, at 8 p. m. The play is directed by Richard L. Hopkins, English and speech teacher. The technical director will be Robert Ortman, a student. In the cast are VictoriaKoest- ler, Merwyn Cunningham, Jane Barslou, Douglas Black, Duane Peter, John Fries, Linda Fairbanks, Clint Patterson, Diane Hoppus and Mark Mawdsley. File $90,000 Damage Suit At Estherville A $90,000 damage suit was filed Friday in Emmet county District Court by Manford Boever, Swea City in behalf of his son, Douglas Allen Boever. Named as defendants were Sylvester Kockler and Thomas Richard Kockler, Swea City. The suit stems from a one- car accident last June 16, one mile east of Estherville in which the boy was injured. The Boever youth had been riding in a car driven by Thomas Kockler, then 16. Kockler was fined $50 and costs June 21 for failure to have control of his car. Henry Boyken Rites, Titonka, On Saturday Henry Boyken, rural Titonka, died at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday of last week at the Buffalo Center hospital. He was 63, Death was attributed to complications following surgery at the hospital. Mr, Boyken was born Nov. 4, 1901 at Wellsberg, la. but spent most of his life in the Woden area, He married in 1930. Surviving are his wife; three sons and one daughter, Mrs, Virgil Heifner of Buffalo Center; five brothers and one sister, including Dick Boyken of Armstrong; seven grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Immanual Lutheran Church at Titonka. S-City College Student Hurt In BB Game Roger Conway, 21, son of the Harold Conways of Swea City, had major surgery Monday at Methodist hospital, Sioux City. He was injured playing basketball at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, and surgery was to repair torn ligaments, muscles and cartilage. He will be hospitalized several days and then will return to the Conway nome to convalesce.
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