The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1965 · Page 15
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Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinei Tuwday, Nov. 16, 1965 Hearing Tonite On N. Kossufh School Change A public meeting will be held at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the county courthouse in Algona, on the matter of a school distric reorganization which would affect a large segment of Kossuth county from Bancroft north to Ledyard. The proposal is to merge the Bancroft Independent school district, a portion of the GrantCon- solidated school area, the Greenwood township school district, the Ramsey township school district and a portion of the Ledyard Community school district. Objectors to the reorganization, if any, must be made in writing in affidavit form and filed with A. M. Quintard, county superintendent of schools, no later than noon Tuesday. Reports were that Swea City is filing a vigorous objection. 2-Car Crash, Four County Residents Hurt Four north Kossuth residents sustained injuries as the result of a 2-car crash Thursday at 11 a. m. three miles south of Ledyard at the intersection of highway 9 and a county blacktop road. Injured were Harvey F. Hubbard, 63, Swea City, contusion and lacerations of the left hand; Mrs. Edith Hubbard, 58, Swea City, contusion on forehead; Billy L. Hubbard, 17, Swea City, contusion on the right knee; and Paul Zielske, 80, Ledyard, several fractured ribs. The injured were taken to Buffalo Center hospital for treatment. Zielske was charged with a stop sign violation by Patrolman Tom Cogdall who investigated as a result of the crash. Damage to the Zielske auto was estimated at $850, while damage to the other vehicle was $900. At 2:15 a. m. Thursday, an auto, driven by Thomas F. Boge, 21, Humboldt, was totally demolished when it rolled into a ditch along highway 169, one- fourth mile south of Bancroft. The auto was headed north around a curve when the right rear tire apparently blew out. The car spun into the east ditch and overturned. Algonan Fined For Making Beer Available Oscar W. Romer, Jr. of Algona was fined $200 and costs in district court here recently after entering a guilty plea to a charge of making beer available to a minor. Judge Richard Cooper heard the plea and levied the fine after the charge was filed by County Attorney Gordon Winkel. Two new account cases were filed. Virgil Bierl, doing business as Bierl Lockers, plaintiff, is seeking to obtain $158.49 from Irvin Eischen, defendant, while Donnelle Vestrem, doing business as Robinson Produce and Feed, plaintiff, is seeking to obtain $505.11 from William HaiUg, GHS Booster Club Will See Bear Workout The fall Garrigan high Booster Club meeting will be held Nov. 17 at 8 p. m. All Booster club members and wives are urged to attend. The meeting will feature a preview of the 1965-66 Golden Bears basketball team. Coach McCall will put on team demonstrations and explanations of current basketball rules. After the program in the gym, there will be a short meeting and lunch. A. D. McCarthy Of Bancroft Dies Wednesday Funeral services for Albert D. McCarthy, 79, Bancroft, were held at 10 a. m. Saturday at St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. Rev. Justin Kress, Mr. McCarthy's nephew of Manly, officiated. Burial was at the church cemetery. Rosary was recited at Garry Funeral Home. Mr. McCarthy, a retired farmer, died Wednesday at Holy Family hospital in Estherville after being ill with pneumonia about two weeks. He was born Feb. 25, 1886 at Bernard, la. He married Ann Brummer in Feb. 1911 at Peosta, la. She survives, along with six sons and a daughter. They are: Donald of Algona, John and Homer of Bancroft, Robert, Raymond, Vincent and Mrs. Jim Coyne all of Los Angeles, Calif. Also surviving are a number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren, two brothers and four sisters. Only 10 Above Here Sunday; Brrrr A new low temperature reading for the current season was registered here early Sunday when thermometers dipped to 10 degrees, seven below the earlier low mark. High, reading during the period was 47 degrees Wednesday, and a total of .66 of an inch of moisture was recorded. It was spitting rain and quite foggy here early Monday. Here are the readings: H L R Nov. 10 47 28 Nov. 11 46 30 .11" Nov. 12 46 41 .55" Nov. 13 40 17 Nov. 14 38 10 Nov.15 --30 That 10 degree reading gave further proof, if any was needed, that the winter season is not far off. Night Owl Dance The Algona Promenaders square dance club will hold their Fall Festival at the V. F. W. hall Nov. 27. The event will be a Night Owl dance from 9 p. m, to 5 a. m, In addition to Russ McCormick of Madrid, regular caller, there will be 10 or 12 guest callers participating. Membership in the local club numbers about 30 couples from throughout the county. Presidents are Mr. and Mrs, Don PeCoy of Sexton. Guests are invited to attend. Services Held Monday For Mrs. Kissner FENTON - Mrs. Margaret N, Kissner, 76, died Friday at her home in Fenton of a heart attack. She was born July 26, 1889 at Pieffier, Russia and came to this country as a young woman. She was married to John P. Kissner who died about 25 years ago. They farmed in the Fenton area until his death. Survivors are five daughters and two sons. They are: Miss Pauline of Algona, Mrs. Isadore Besch and Mrs. Henry Monarch, both of West Bend, Mrs. Katherine Schmidt and Mrs. Leslie Tieman, both of Fenton, George of Lone Rock, and John of St. Benedict, along with 13 grandchildren and 10 great- grandchildren. Funeral services were at 10 a. m. Monday at St. Michael's Catholic church at Whittemore with Rev. William Dailey officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Garry Funeral Home of Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. Les Theesfield Of Armstrong Succumbs At 52 Lester Carl Theesfield, 52, longtime Armstrong farmer, died Friday morning of a circulatory ailment. He had been ill the past 10 years. Mr. Theesfield was born Nov. 25, 1913, at Buckley, 111., and was educated in the Ringsted schools. He married Berneta Anvick Jan. 29, 1936, at Armstrong, and the couple farmed in the Armstrong area. Survivors include his wife, a son, Dennis at home, and three daughters, Mrs. Howard Bruhn, of Cylinder, la. Mrs. William Nelsen of Fairmont, and Mrs. Richard Holms, Minneapolis. Two sisters and one brother also survive. They are Mrs. Lloyd Sunde of Fenton, Mrs. Carl Clausen of Trimont, and Clarence of Fairmont. Eight grandchildren also survive. Services were at 1:30 p. m. Monday at the Nazareth Lutheran church in Armstrong, and public services at 2 p. m. with Rev. Carl C. Klein officiating. Burial was at Armstrong Grove cemetery. Retirement Dec. 31 Postmaster W. W. Sullivan has agreed to defer his retirement until the end of the year, at the request of the postoffice department. He had originally planned on Nov. 30 retirement. A temporary acting postmaster will be named between now and the first of the year. LuVerne Has Few Letter Winners Back According to Coach Bryce Wickett, a lack of experience could provide the major roadblock to his boys and girls basketball teams at LuVerne high school this season. The boys opened their season Saturday night against Corwith-Wesley at LuVerne and the girls will host West Bend in their season opener Tuesday night, Nov. 16. There are three senior letter winners, Linda Daly, guard, and Jane Hanselman and Dawn Lindebak, forwards, on the girls squad of 20. Miss Hanselman was also all-conference a year ago. Other leading candidates on the squad are Norma Heinen, senior guard; Luana Leek, guard, and Zelda Wetzel, forward, juniors; Laurie Coyle and Mary Cronk, guards, sophomores; and Michele Coyle, freshman forward. The team is taller than usual, but lacks speed and experience at least right now. Eugene Hefty, 6 ft. senior guard, and Doug Nelson, 6-2, sophomore guard, are the only returning lettermen on the boys squad. However, the boys seem to be good shooters, reboumlers and ball handlers and just might jell into quite a club during the season. Other leading candidates among the 24 prospects include Rex Bristow, 6-1 forward, Denny Hanselman, 5-9 forward, Roger Hansen, 6 ft. for ward, BartSelby, 5-8 guard, and Daryl Trauger, 5-10 forward, juniors; Mike Stripling, 6-2, and Duane Will, 6-1, sophomore centers; Donald Bristow, 6 ft. freshman forward, Fred Bird, Eugene Decker, Gary Ernst, Gary Meyer, Dennis Barker, Barry Selby and Ronnie Wolf. Here is the remainder of the schedule: Nov. 16 - West Bend Nov. 19 - At Boone Valley Nov. 23 - Corwith-Wesley(Girls) Nov. 30 - At Goldfield Dec. 10 - Mersevey-Thornton Dec. 14 - At Twin Rivers Dec. 17 - At CAL Dec. 21 - Goldfield Jan. 7 - At Kanawha Jan. 11 - Boone Valley Jan. 14 - Klemme Jan. 18-21 - North Star Tourney Jan. 25 - At Corwith-Wesley Jan. 28 - At Ventura Feb. 1 - At West Bend Feb. 4 - At Rockwell-Swaledale Feb. 8 - Sheffield-Chapin Feb. 12 - Girls Sectional Feb. 14 - Boys Sectional The largest chunk of quartz (70 tons) was found in Russia, First use of jewels as bear* ings in watches dates back to 1700. Swea City needs replacements for leading scorers SWEA CITY — the Swea City Trojans will have four lettermen on their cage squad this year but coach Duane Hovick's problem is to find replacements for the top two scorers who were graduated. Returning to the team are veterans Ommund Skaar (6-1), Steve Peterson (5-9), Tom Elliott (5-11) and Mike Hazelhoff (6-4). Swea City finished with a 12-10 mark last year and had a 8-5 record in the State Line Conference. The schedule: Nov. til—Alton*, here. Nov. '.':!—Senlrml. there. Dec. :l—Rake, there. Dee. ~i —Lakota, here. Dec. Ill—RlnfiteoV there. Dec. U—Armstrong, there. Dec. II—Ledyard, here. Dec. '.'I—Bancroft, here. .Ian. *—Lincoln-Central, (here. .Ian. M—Senlral, here. .Ian. II—Bancroft, there. Jan. II—Conference tourney. Jan. '!H—Armstrong* here. Feb. I— Tilonka. here. Feb. I—Burl, there. Feb. H—Kasl Chain, hrrr. l-'rh. II—Thompson, there. Ledyard cagers win pair from Crystal Lake LEDYAHn—Ledyard took both cmls nf a basketball doubleheader here Friday nipht against Wmlen-C'ryslal Lake, winning the jji'rls same (ifi-HO and the boys same 57-55. Kuqenla Klocke had .",7 points in pace the Ledyard girls', who held a 36-29 halflime advantage. Shirley. Steffen's 23 prints were hiRh for the losers. The Ledyard boys came from a 2IM!) halflimn deficit to win their cairn 1 . Eugene Dontje's 21 points paced the winners while Rick Kiheringtmi had 14 ior Crystal Lake. 2 - Car Crash Autos driven by Cora E. Thompson, 63, Algona, and Darrell E. Parcell, 18, Titonka, collided at the intersection of Nebraska and Harlan streets here about 9:15 a. m. Monday, resulting in $1,000 damage to the Thompson vehicle, while the Parcel car, an older model, was considered a total wreck. Police Chief Al Boekelman, who investigated, charged Mrs. Thompson with failing to enter safely. Plan Luncheon Four Corners Mothers & Daughters club met Nov. 11 at the home of Beverly Kuecker, with Irene Holdren assisting. Each one brought an article for The Christmas display. Grace Bjustrom gave the Extension lesson on buymanship and Judy Pingel gave a reading. The next meeting will be a 12:30 Christmas luncheon Dec. 8 at Good Hope Community room. OFFICE SUPPLIES -^ Buslnttspj forms, office' furniture, flUng! equipment andwippli^iiat Th> Upper Des Mtines Pub. 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