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   Kossuth County Advance (Newspaper) - June 29, 1967, Algona, Iowa                                BUILDING PERMITS Earl 190 Matthew reshin WIDOINQ PERMITS Donald Jane Bec both Wesley Larry Clear Shirley Buffalo Center Robert Forest Faye Ledyard Ger ald Roberta Ful both JUSTICE COURT Thomas vio lation of Iowa Rob ert OM VI bound over to dis trict court Douglas Blue intoxica Judith of NEW COURT CASES Home and Joseph and Evelyn foreclos Christine Rec ker dba Hardware Plumbing Homer Mc Carthy dba McCarthy Plumb ing ALGONA WEATHER High Low Rain June 2176 63 June 22 80 53 June 2372 58 trace June 2474 49 June 25 74 49 June 26 78 61 June 2777 51 June 28 50 ANN BIRTHS no County MMtt t vuoi i Mvth 67 SO JUNI IOWA II PAOIS IN 3 SECTIONS State Historical Society X Iowa Iowa once New Whittemore directors Another Order of Sisters looks at hospital facilities Kitty Hard grove Miss Algona PICTURED ABOVE are five of the six directors of the proposed Whittemore Golf Club as they look over the growing list of new Seated from left to right are Harold Ed and Pettit standing are Albert Kramer and Jug The sixth Vic was not present at the time the picture was tak Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike June 21 and Donald West 7 6 June 24 and John 6 2V2 June 26 and Leslie 8 oz June 27 and Michael 8 8 and Robert 4 4 ANN HOSPITAL June 22 Virgil Al medical June 23 Ruth Shi medical Vernon medical Muriel Lone June 25 Lois Bor June 26 Edward accident Ida medical Elizabeth West June 27 Ethel medical Mae Lone medical Percy med NEW VEHICLES Chuck Behr Al Apache Chuck Behr Apache John Bethany Melvin Eugene Starcraft Zane Hon da Paul West GMC Thomas Ford Le Roy Charles or Betty Ann Per cival Dodge William Henry Spur Henry Walter Al Olds Gary Paul Buffalo Ford Rudolph Dodge Aug ust or Verda Swea Buick Wendell Ford Edward Ford Walter or Louise Buick Mar vin Buick Kenneth Eugene Lyle B or Marjorie Alice Lu Arthur John Ford Donna Jean Bernard or Bernice Ma donna Helen Ford Wilma Buick George or Eleanor Ford Ervin Raymond Schul beuere four area iris The following area stu dents have been named to the Deans Honor Roll for the Ifling semester at Morning tide Sioux City Ju dith daughter of the Algona Nadine daughter of the Pale Fenton Janet daughter of the Ray of Burt and Linda dau ghter of the Raymond Nelsons of Proposed golf club seeks shareholders About 45 persons met Mon day evening at the Legion hall in Whittemore to discuss the proposed Whittemore golf The need for additional shareholders and the financ ing and location of the course were the main topics of busi ness at the Many farmers and other interested persons from the area were not able to attend because they were either in the fields or had made previous ar rangements for Monday eve Director Ed who conducted the ex plained that the proposed course would be called the Whittemore Golf that it would probably include nine hole golf club a quonset building for golf carts and and a blacktop parking The Farmers Home Admin an agency of the Department recommends that adequate facilities such as these be set up at the The also noted in the first meeting that the mi nimum acreage for a nine hole course would be about 50 and that 7080 acres would be more Re gardless of the number of directors Ed Elbert and Pettit said that the di rectors were in agreement that the course should be lo cated east of Whittemore between Whittemore and Al THE DIRECTORS said they were presently considering three sites east of Whitte The allows the directors to get an option on any land without government The membership money would be used for operat ing with the gov ernment borrowing the bulk of the funds for the The club would then have a 31 year loan at 5 per cent can be done until there is a mini mum of about 150 sharehold each of whom invests in the There are now 75 and that number is climbing according to director Ed El The membership drive can not begin until the minimum number of shareholders has been After this is ac the club will or ganize as a nonprofit organ THE DIRECTORS stated that they would need share holders and members from the Algona and Algon ans Joe Straub and Jerry An derson agreed that at least 3040 persons from Algona were interested in the Whit temore Because of the re Algonans may not sit on the board of although they may become Virgil of dies Funeral services for Virgil wellknown foun der of the Western Buyers livestock buying firm were held Tuesday afternoon at the McCullough funeral Frank Harcey officiated and the body was died Sunday morning at Ann where he had been a patient since the preceding Thurs He had returned from a Canadian fishing trip last Tuesday and entered the hos pital two days Although he had not been in the best of health in cent his death was un HE WAS born 1898 at the son of and Charles and attended schools He became interested in live stock while still a young man and managed purebred live stock herds even in those He was married to Sylvia Slagle on at Dan and the couple would have celebrated their golden wedding anniversary this The couple came to Iowa 11 years living at Tama and Belle where Smith was a livestock buyer for Cudahy It was in 1935 that he or ganized the Western which continues in operation today in quarters along the Milwaukee railroad in the northeast part of The firm moved to Algona in 1942 and the Smith family has lived here since that Active in the operation of the firm is his Lowell Nat Bangs son of a former partner Claude his brotherinlaw and soninlaw Paul FROM A SMALL beginning here 25 years the firm has expanded greatly and its buying and selling operations now cover the entire middle The firm supplies a great number of hogs to ma jor packing plants through out the United States as well as buying lambs Smith had been ex tremely active in the firms operation until the past sev eral He was also a member of the Masonic the Shriners and a number of other local organ His survives as well as the Lowell Smith of Algona and three daugh Ella Harlan Charles City Paul Algona and Bennie Serving as honorary pall bearers were Kyle Bert Bud Delmar Clyde Priebe and Marvin Charming Kitty 19 of was crowned Miss Algona in the JayCee sponsored pageant Saturday night in the Algona high school Over 600 persons attended the which was handled in a mas terful manner by the local or Miss Hardgrove was the se lection by the four judges and they had a difficult time be cause all eight girls put on a fine display of beauty and tal Sheri Baker was named as first runnerup and will serve as Miss Algona if for some reason Miss Hardgrove is un able to compete in the Miss KossuthWinnebago pageant at Swea City July The winner will enter the Miss Iowa contest next NAMED Miss Congeniali ty was Patty In the first vote of the Miss Loebig and Miss Hardgrove tied in the balloting and a sec ond ballot produced the win Miss Loebig is the daugh ter of and Al Wesley Miss Hardgrove is the daughter of and Charles Algona and Miss Baker is the daugh ter of and James Ba Kitty is a sophomore at Bu ena Vista college at Storm Lake and a 1966 graduate of Algona high She is presently majoring in music and I Cant Say No for her talent Miss Baker also Sound of Finalists in the competition were Miss Hardgrove and Carol Sloni Beanie Cooper served as master of ceremonies and Marcia Parrish provided or gan music during the Judges were Lester Estherville Kenneth Swea Ci ty Bud Fairmont and Chuck MISS HARDGROVE will re ceive a scholarship from the sponsoring pro vided by donations from The Security State and Iowa State banks of and Home Federal Savings and the Algona Chamber of Com merce and the Miss Baker will receive a scholarship for her runnerup Peter MiiiiMiimmiiiimi 9year old Swea boy badly cut by mower Swea City A nineyear old Swea City boy suffered se vere cuts when the lawn mower he was riding tipped over at 7 Wilber son of shareholders and not more than one third of the membership can be made up of Elbert noted that ifthey attained the needed number of shareholders sometime the course might be completed as early as the fall of He cited Iowa as an example where the course was in operation in a bout one year after it had got ten the minimal number of The three other board di rectors there are now six are to be elected at a future Persons interested in be coming shareholders or mere ly learning more about the proposed golf course at Whit temore are urged to call any of the following directors Ed Harold Vic Albert or Jug Carman at and Marlin Geerdes of Swea suffered bad cuts on both hands and his left He was hospitalized at the Holy Family hospital in Esth erville and was in surgery for three hours The boy lost the tips of three fingers on his right and suffered cuts on his left hand as well as a bro ken left index A cut on his left leg was closed with Wilber is still hospitalized at Holy Fam where his condition is now reported as good after the Bert tlicttd stall commandir A Swea City Earl was elected state com mander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars at the state con vention in Des Moines last He will succeed Louis Boysen of Berg has long been active in Peter of Tri died Sunday at Trimont after a six months Funeral services were Wed nesday at Josephs Catho lic Father Leo Schumacher Burial was in Joseph Hamilton funeral homewas in charge of Reding was bom April 1892 in the son of Nicholas and Anna Lauben thal They moved to Minnesota in Survivors include the fol lowing brothers and sisters Frank Andrew Louis Red Nicholas Reding and Clara all of Algona Elizabeth Bormann and Will Joe Steve Corwith Sister Phyllis of Reding was active in real estate and He was a member of the Knights of Trimont Com merce Chairman of the Cancer Fund and a Democra tic Chairman for 25 BOOKCART VOLUNTEERS Volunteers for Anns Auxiliary book cart are asked to contact Sheri Bom gaars 55211 or Donna Bald win SOME OF THE highlights of lait Saturdays Miss Algona pageant are pictured above by the Advance cam Top picture shows Kitty Hardgrove facing cam era hugging Miss Pam after she was an nounced as the winner of the Miss Algona title Saturday Middle picture shows the happy smile of Pat Loebig after she accepted the Miss Congeniality And bottom picture shows Beanie Cooper interviewing Miss Iowa during the Exclusive Advance Photo by Bob Stillman IIIHIIIIIIimHimillllUIIHHIUIIHIHIUIWWUMMMIIIUIMMMWINIMW MONDAY ADVANCE There will be no change in the publishing schedule of the Advance next despite the July 4th The Monday paper will be deliv ered Monday morning FINED FOR OMVI Robert Hepperie of Fort was fined and costs on a plea of guilty Monday to a charge of driving while He was ar rested Friday on highway 169 by Pttrolmajj Jerry Air condition problem for hospital here The prospect for the future of Ann hospital loomed brighter during the past week on the occasion of the third visit of the Sisters of the Or der of This Or der headquarters out of Ma It is highly re garded in the western part of Iowa for its very able admin istration of Vincents hos pital in Sioux A few members of the hos pital lay committee met with representatives of the Order and discussed the condition and future of the It was stated that some improve ments are definitely primarily air The air conditioning pro ject is quite as a cen tralized system is the most feasible for the Re search is underway to deter mine what type of system is best adapted for this particu lar It was further noted that air conditioning is of special need for speedy re covery of a patient the med ical benefits of air condition ing should not be In the very near future there will be a meeting of a larger lay committee of the The purpose of this meeting is to ascertain the extent of interest in this hos pital and in the air condition ing The community must dem onstrate their interest in the hospital and particularly in the air conditioning Without such the fu ture of the hospital is not en and the success of obtaining the Sisters disap In if the air condi tioning project is not carried the lay committee is sty mied for a solution to save the If the commu nity wants to keep this fine it must demonstrate its interest by supporting this air conditioning OMVI charge after accident A 29year old Dolliver Robert was charged with OMVI by Sher iff Ralph Lindhorst Tuesday after the Dolliyer Creamery truck he was driving went off the road and rolled over 3 miles north and 3 east of The accident oc curred about and ac cording to Schwid der had gone to Swea City to pick up the which had been under He was re turning to Dolliver when the accident The truck is in need of repairs again according to Lind Burl council buys new truck Burt The Burt Town Council met in special session Monday night and approved purchase of a new oneton Ford truck from Taylor Mo tors in The cost of the truck will be This truck will re place the truck purchased from the government WPA when the pavement was in stalled in Burt in Plan fireworks here July 4th The Algona of Commerce will again fireworks display on Tuft July at the Kwuth County it announced this The will begin at tncj will fee preceded by concert by the AJffftf nicipfl The annual vent means of saying AIJMi Mtrom by fhf feet   

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