The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1960 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 3, 1960
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$-Alfl6na (la.) Upper fttt Melne* Tuesday, May a, I960 Kicked In Head By A Horse ' Kenneth Stfuthers, 27, of Ot- tbsen, is n patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he is being treated for head and chest injuries suffered Sunday morning when he was kicked by a horse. The accident happened at'the farm home, of his father and aunt, James and Naomi Struthers, Struthers had been doing some shooting outside the barn shortly before 11 a.m., apparently the noise frightened the horse, and when he walked through the barn, the-accident took place. He was not- found until noon when his father came in. By this time, however, he had managed to crawl to a door. Struthers is a-.senior in mechanical engineering at Iowa State University at Ames and will be graduated in June. Minor Crash An auto driven by Virginia M. Coughenour, Algona. and a truck driven by Ernest R. Enderson, Estherville, collided on North Main street here at 11:10 , a.m. Saturday, inflicting $58 damages to the auto. There iWere no charges filed by local police who investigated the mishap. The auto was about to pass the truck when the accident occurred. Wesley Girl Is Engaged Mr and Mrs Lester Kime, Austin, Minn, announce the "engagement of their daughter. Carol Ann, shown here, to Earl D Goetz, Austin. Minn., son of Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz, Wesley. The wedding will be Sept, 10 in St. Augustine Church, Austin. Algerian Fined $50 After Chase. An Algona youth, Jerry L. Cook, w % as fined $25 and costs each on' two driving violation coxmts in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court following a preliminary hearing this week. Cook was brought into court alter speeding and going through a stop, sign at Catt State Park at tught. Charges were filed by the park tfwsfcwMani,. wfto; gave chase after the Cwk auta sped fiKurontgh the parts and pusfc tlie Stop- sign, at the- eateaficCi. The mayor- susp<mefec!i c<*ctb <?£ f.b<? fines.. In othw cases !sea!:di fry ftU c£ oagi«i speeding* Rsnaiif Krv^sT,. DBS 30fc?i'a«s,. ? and wsts: as<i Wafer JL Wanstota. Aliacu aaS of Mem Falls Into Ditch, Injured Baseball Tryouts Tryouts for the Algona Independent Baseball team will take place this evening (Tuesday, May 3) at the KG baseball field. The locals will field a team in the county league and plan some outside games as well. Time: 5:15 Suffers Mild Heart Attack Wade Sullivan, Algona postmaster, is absent from his office following a mild heart attack suffered the past week. His condition is reported as satisfactory and he is convalescing at hia home. Mrs Sullivan's sister, Mrs Gilbert Knudson of Emmetsburg, has been spending several days in the Sullivan home. Girls 4-H Rally Day Is May 28 Girls' 4-H Rally Day will be held at Swca City on May 28. This is one of the highlight events in the course of the girl's 4-H year. Most important event at the Rally Day is the election of county officers for the next year. One of the spe'akers on the girl's Rally Day program will be Jerry Mark, Iowa Falls. Jerry has' just returned from spending nine months in Israel as an International Farm Youth Exchange Student — a 4-H sponsored program. Legion Meeting Hagg-Turner Post 90 of the American Legion will meet Wednesday, May 4, at 8 p.m. at the Legion Hall here. ATTENTION, MR. FARMER! GRAIN DRYING MEETING For Bin And Batch Drying THURSDAY, MAY 5 8P.M. Lindsay Brothers Factory Representatives Will Be Here With Important Information For All Of Us. FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS Don't Miss This Important C link ! Everyone Welcome ! Buscher Bros. Intpl. WnSHemoie — George Schul* ler, Spender, employed by" ,;d construction company that '"* ia installing sewer lines at Whitlemore, was rushed to St, Ann hospital, Algona, after he fell into one of the ditches and suffered injuries. The mishap occurred Tuesday, Apr. 26, at* 3:30 p.m, near the public school. Mr Schuller fell into the deep ditch and landed astraddle a screw jack being used to keep the sides of the ditch from caving in. The' Whittemore tire company's rescue truck took the injured man to St. Ann •where he remained for observa« Won until Friday. Honor Banquet Will Feature Exchange Pupil A banquet, honoring 54 students, including Honor Society members,, and high scholarship students at Algona high school, will be held tomorrow night; Wednesday, May 4, in the high school Annex. - ;; Guest speaker at the event will be Tom Kirbach, a foreign exchange student at' Clear Lake high school. Tom is from West Germany and his talk will compare his homeland with the United States way of life. Besides local honor students, parents, board • members and members of the faculty will attend the banquet, according to Supt. O. B. Laing. Is Improved Michael Zeller, 5, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Zeller, who farm near St. Joe, is reportedly in good condition at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where he was rushed Apr. 26 after a pickup backed over him. The rear wheels passed over his stomach. The lad climbed into the back of the pickup, which was being, driven by his mother, and apparently fell out on the ground. Reports from the hospital indicate Michael is coming along fine. 1015 N. Main CY 4-3451 Algona Band Concert Grade school bands and the junior high band of Algeria's, public schools will present a concert in the high school auditorium at 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 10. Georga Anne Voigt will direct the 31- member fourth grade band and Russ Guster will direct the 68- member fifth and sixth grade >;bana i; and the 86-member junior high band in a program of music that will include everything from A to Z. Law Days Law Days Were held at the courthouse Monday and today (Tuesday) for seniors from high schools all over the county. Similated trials were held so the seniors could get an idea of the workings of the courts. Judge Joseph Hand, Emmetsburg, and local attorneys appeared during the two days. Burt Lady III Hurt — Esther Hodgson was taken seriously ill while attending Woman's club Monday evening. She has been confined to her home since then. At the turn of the century, on an average day, 15 million newspapers were purchased. Today, 58 million newspapers are purchased on an average day. Practically every sale of every product manufactured in the U.S. will be purchased by one of the 100 million people who read a newspaper on an average day. Buick "Easy-Ownership Plan" Puts a Buick in Your Life Tell llie I'lasy-Owiicrship Man how much you'd like lo pay each month! He'll move mountains to figure a Buick package that fits. Ami \vhut u iiuick! Its looks say success (and so do its sales), Its Wildcat Yb says "Yes siree" \\hcuevcr you say "Co". Add the beefiest frame in any car, the smooth go of Buick s Turbine Drive*. And then watch the Easy-Ownership Man figure an Easy-Ownership Plan for you. You will be glad you got to Buick IIOUJ. 'Optional LoSobic «K>d«l>, rtondoid tavktg grift EltcKo SEE THE "EASY-OWNERSHIP MAN" AT YOUR QUALITY BUICK 'GO DEALER'S! SCHULTZ BROS. * South Phillips St., • Algona, Iowa First Apia! Award Banquet Held, Ledyard Ledyard — Tuesday evening, the first award night was held at the Ledyard school. It was preceded by a dinner served by the Music Boosters, which was attended by high school students, the faculty, parents and friends. Supt. Bottenfield was master of ceremonies for the program. Mr Bottenfield presented awards to the following students who have been neither absent or tardy this year: Bob Richter, Jim Winter, Janis Goetz, Carol Dontje', Nancy Herzog and Deanna Richter. . , He also presented the award to' Billy Green, president of the student council Mrs Bruce Hanten then, presented the'awards to tfte Tut'U'Wiss staff as follows! • . ' " 'Donna Kramersmeler, Sandy Fenhemd, Gloria Pingei, Marge McGregor, Bruce Keil, Brent Keil, Jean , Itramersmeier, Bill Green, Gei-aldine King, Janice Edwards* and Keith Klinksiek. Mrs Hansen then presented library awards to: Donna Kramers- meier, LaVortne Richter, Ann Ternes, Carol Ann Runksmeier Sandra Fennema and Sandra Johnson. Cheerleader'awards to Ann Miller, 'Carol Dontje, Janice Edwards, Marge McGregor. The Betty Crocker award given each year to an outstanding home economics student was given to Jean Kramersmeier and the Crisco award -Went to Donna Kramersmeier. Vernon Anderson then presented the music awards as follows: First year letters to Jane Kges- dal, Caroline Busch, Linda Nitz, Roger Green, Nancy Herzog, Billy Benke, Harlan Lloyd; band pins to Pam Keil, Betty Herzog, Elaine Steinberg, Sandy Johnsbri, Gl<» la ** lft * e1 ' Be . Jdhnsdtt, Janis EdWa'r'ds, Sandra Fennema, Carol Ann. Itunks- meier, .Bruce Keil, Douglas Waterhouse, Terry Roseboro, Ann Miller, Darlene . Richter, Paula Nitz, , Sharon Smith, Sharon Klooster, Brent kelL Billy Green, Shirley ' Smith, Molly Bartoli, Larry Runksmeier, Geraldine King, Wayne Knoner, Jenr Gilbertson, -Nartcjl 1 Herzog, Janet Richardson, Tom Busch. The Arian award, * which is given to an outstanding music student each year, was given this year to two students, Bruce and Brent Keil. The following students received pins for chorus: Geraldine King, Ann Miller, Janis Goetz, Janice Edwards, Dorothy Zielske, Elaine Steinberg, Sandy Johnson, Janet Smith, Beth Johnson, Sandy Fennema, Paula Nitz, Shirley Smith, Marge McGregor, Pam Keil, Janet Richardson, Donna Ingebritson, Gloria • Pingel^ Betty Het26g, Sharon Klooster,, Jariette filtfcteff Carpi Artft Runksmeier, Nancy ,Hur«, Tom Busch, tatty Rurtkarftele?, Virgil tytmentine, Terry Rosfe* borS, Bruce Keil, Jerry gilbert- son, Wayne Knoner, w filly Kramersmeier, Brent Keil and Douglas Waterhbuse. Eldon Fain then presented the awards to the 'annual stfeff asi follows; Shirley Smith,. Pam Keil, Leroy Pl&th, Jane Egesdal, Alice Wibben, Rose MaryJKeefe, Geraldine King, Janis Goetz^Sandy Johnson, Sandy Fennema, Douglas- Waterhouse, Marhn Johnson, LaVonne Richter, Marge Mc- rcgor, Ann Miller and Janet Mr Fain also presented boys athletic awards. 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