The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1960 · Page 5
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Burt Children Set For Busy Summer Slate Burl _ Rny Ihnen, who will again have charge of summer recreation for Children in the Burl area, announces the schedule is completed and the program began Monday, June 13. There will be pee-wee and midget baseball, swimming at the Algona pool, high school base- brill, girls Softball and various other recreational activities Monday through Friday each week. Mere is the pee-wee and midget schedule of games: June 15 — Armstrong, there June 17 — Rake, here June 21 — Bancroft, there June 24 — Ringsted, there June 28 — Titonka, here July 1 — Thompson, there July 5 — Sentral, here July 8 — Armstrong, here July 12 — Rake, there July 15 — Bancroft, here July 19 — Ringsted, here. July 22 — Titonka, there July 2(i — Thompson, here July 29 — Sentral, there. High School Baseball: June 10 — Rake, there June 13 — Thompson, here June 20 — Titonka, there - Sentral, here - Swea City, there Rake, here - Thompson, there July 25 — Titonka, here Aug 1 — Sentral, there Aug. 3 — Swca City, here June 27 June 30 July 14 July 18 Remove Equipment Workmen removed m e t aH equipment, including radiators, and some junk metal from the, Laing Hotel building this week It i? not known when the building will be torn down. The hotel was gutted by fire and four elderly men lost their lives Saturday night, May 28. Fri., - June 17 ' Mid West Caravan Manly Firemans Partial_ Sat., - June 18 Bob While & Orch. Reservations Available For July 2-5M ^ Tues., - June" Zt — 8*to I1 T ~" Teens Dance Eddie Kandall And The Downbeats Jack Rockufeler, KRIB Thurs., - June 30 12th Anniversary Of The Surf Jules Herman & Orch. Free Pop - Ice - Popcorn Hot Dogs & Penny Beer Now you Know! The answer to everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: If you have an accident while on a vacation trip, how do you go about getting repairs made so you can get home? ANSWER: Contact the nearest agency of your insurance company, wire the company direct or wire your own insurance agent. Arrangements will be made by wire to get you on your way. * if you'll address your own insurance questions to»this office, we'll try to give you She correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. ' L. S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4441 $170,065 Sewer Project Begins Lynn and Leslie Norton, Shirley Ringsdorf, Cheryl Rusk. Linn Taylor, Barbara Wicks and Julie Wood. Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley recently attended funeral services at .Sioux Falls, S. D. for a friend 0. N. klmglr, 61, who had been .n tailing health for some time. Mrs Laura Hint?., mother of Mrs i'aul Seeley, has been visiting friends and relatives in Sioux rails, S. D., and is now in Lu- v'erne, Minn., and will be home in ;i short lime. She makes her home ..ere with the Seeleys-. Mrs J. W. Pentecost has had as guests Mr and Mrs Ed Butts, of uary, Ind., Samuel Butts, form.- eriy of Reno, Nev., and Mrs George Mack, of Phoenix, Ariz, funeral services were held Tuesday at Waterloo tor Mr Mack, 01, wno died ot a heart ailment, others in attendance at the services were Mr and Mrs Frank iiults, Mr and Mrs Warren Nelson and Mary Wirtjos. Tuesday, Jurte 14, 1*60 Algeria (la.) Upper Dei M«rfw-I west. A car driven by Willetla Gade, 16.< Whittemore, stopped at a red light signal and was hit from the rear by an auto driven by Rita C. DeQreeter, 16, Bancroft. The DeGeeter machine was then hit from the rear by a car driven by Robert Slobe, 20, Algona. Policeman Jorgenson investigated. Friday, at 1:40 p.m. an aulo driven by Dixie- L. Ellefson. 23, Algona which was headed .north, turned into a parking area on North Phillips street and. was struck by an auto driven by Don- tivan W. Cook, 17, La kola. Cook was charged with passing on the right, causing an accident by Policeman Ernie Hutchison who investigated. Damage to the ve- nicks was o.slnnaied at $250. f Open HOUSS Ssneca — Mr and Mrs Henry Lo.ilt and David attended "open house" at the Gr-rrit DeWnard !io;n" at Til.onka, Sunday, honoring the John Kahl family of Ore^on City, Oregon, who are visit' ing relatives 'and friends. . Work got underway during the week on Algona's $170,065 sanitary relief sewer project, which is slated to alleviate sewer problems for the eastern portion of the city and also provide for future expansion In that direction. The photo above was snapped as workmen (in light area, left center) labor in the sun, while a diesel-powered shovel, right foreground, goes after huge mouthfuls of dirt, while shaded, as Fate would have it, by large trees in the area. The p.ace is East Oak street, looking west toward the intersection of Oak and Minnesota streets. The ditch is 14 feet deep. There had been considerable speculation about the job after announcement that : the single,bidder got the contract. An Algona councilman explained it thus: there was'only one bidder, but the council felt that work should start at once without delay if possible for the benefit of the area concerned. The single bid was accepted, even though about $18,000 over the engineering firm's estimate. Of the total cost, 148,365 is for the sewer work proper, and $21,700 is estimated as the cost of leg, administrative and engineering fees and inspection connected with the project. (UDM foto and engraving). 19 Boys From Kossuth At State 4-H Short Course We'tzger, Garfield Hustlers; Bill Wilhelmi, Greenwood Boys; Ken- • -H' 'bby • along with one leader from Kossuth County .,, „ , will attend the 1960 Boys' 4-H jjelh Biersteclt, Lotts Creek Lead- Short Course at Iowa State University, June 14-16, reports County Extension Associate, Robert C. Johnson. Delegates were selected by local boys' ciubs in the county and will join more than 1300 other 4-H'ers at the three, dn.^ short course. The county delegation will include Dean Dodds, Algona, boys' county president, who will serve as Kos- sulh's voting delegate and attend a special reception to meet with the, Iowa State University faculty, and Ronnie Lindc, Swca City, who will serve as usher at the assembly and help with the discussion groups. Other delegates are Kenny Arn- dorl'er, Algona Club; Richard Fritz, Buffalo Club; Roger Cherland, Burt Bombers; Maurice Carr, Eagle Wildcats; James Laabs, Fen ton Progressors; Duane DANCE Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, June 17 MARV REEDSTROM His Trombone —and— Modern Orchestra ers; Gary Priebe, Plum Creek Boys; James Sparks, Portland Boys; Dwight Spangler,. Prairie Future Farmers; Donald Diers ftamsey Boys; Kenneth Bormann, 3t. Joe Trojans; James Jensen Seneca Progressive Farmers; Larry Simonsmeier, Swea-Harrison lub; Tom Henry, Union Boys; Duane Heinen, Wesley Boys. Leaders accompanying the boys are — Joseph Skow, Wesley and Robert C. Johnson, county extension associate. x&xon&^^ Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. 111 I. Caflft. MOOHA Four Unbeaten Teams Top Local Little Leagues The Pirates .and Indians remained in first place in the National and American Leagues, respectively, and the Chiefs and Soos were tied at the top of the International loop after the second week of play in "Algona's litlle leagues, All were unbeaten. Results — National: Braves 1, Giants 0; Pirates 5, Cards 4; Pirates 7. Braves 4; American: Indians 7, Red Sox 4; Orioles 11, White Sox 4; Yanks 13, Tigers 4; International: Bears 15, Bees 14; Soos 11, Saints 4; Chiefs 14, Millers 4; Chiefs 11, Bees 2. Games are played at the Athletic Park, Lucia Wallace school and Bertha Godfrey school Monday through Thursday each week. Rained Out All games in the Kossuth County Baseball League were washed out by rain Sunday. Three games, West Bend at Humboldt, St. Joe at Ayrshire and Whittemore at Lone Rock, are on tap this Sunday. Fourth In Golf Dr. J. B, Harris, Algona dentist, wound up in fourth place in the Forest City Amateur Golf Tournament Sunday. Dr. Harris shot a 105 for the 27 hole meet. Jack Webb of Atlantic took the title in a sudden death playoff .with Jerry H.erroji. Mason City, and Gecrg':,' Lee, Humboldt. The three tied for the top spot with identical scores of 103, orie over par. Avmy Pvt. Donald J. Cruse, 18 son ot Mi' and Mrs Calernce A Cruse, 1120 Eleventh five., S, Clinton, Iowa*' recently completed the telephone installation and repair course at The Southeastern Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga Durjng the eight-week course? he wasi trained to install and repair many types of stationary arid li<?ld telephone equipment CruSe entered the Army last and po.rnp.ieted basic 4 Fort Hpod, TCX- He a 1959 graduate of Clinton Mrs W. J. Payne has recently been visited by Mr and Mrs F. K. Hobbs, of Arlington, Va. Mrs Louise Peter is being visited this week by Rev. and Mrs Edwin Peter, Sylvan Grove, Kan. Susan McAiee, daughter of Mrs Jean McAtee, is spending a 1'ort- ;night in Sjoux'Cit'y with relatives. '. Mr and Mrs Howard Plait spent Sunday in their trailer house at the Qkotaojis. Dr. and Mrs Ray Potter spent from Monday till Wednesday at Schaller with Mr and Mrs Don McDcnough and family. Mr and Mrs Murl Poiter and the latler's faljier Tom Reid spent the weekend at their cottage at the Okobojis. Mrs Brady Rovn has returned from Minneapolis and a visit of a week with her mother, Mrs Josephine Thompson. Mr and Mrs E. E. "Bud" Robinson were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Mike Stot'l't. Willmer, Minn. Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips hac as supper guests Saturday Mr anu Mrs Marion Burbank, Mason City, and Mr and Mrs Frank Vera. Mr and Mrs W. L. Snodgress have been visited a few weeks by die latter's mother Mrs Dolly \Vollman, Cherokee, who is con eluding the visit this week. Mr and Mrs Frank Osirum wen to Winnebago, Minn., Sunday to attend a celebration and .there- were rm_'t by the son Edward and his wife, of Mankato, Minn. Mr and Mrs Julius Peterson recently attended the graduation of their grandson Allen James, son of- Mr and Mrs Harold Anderson, at Royal. Mr and Mrs Chris Long expect Mr and Mrs J. B. Black, Fort Worth, Tex., for a visit this week. They will also visit Mr and Mrs Glenn Long and family. Judy Rovn is spending a two week vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Brady Rovn. She is attending Iowa Methodist school of nursing at Des Moines. Mrs Veronica Roethler and Mrs Alice Clayton are being visited by their granddaughter, Mary Lou, daughter cf Mr and Mrs Harold Roethler, Livermore. Mr and Mrs Floyd Huizell left Thursday on a vacation of several days and visited friends at Cedar Falls, Maquoketa, Waterloo and Chicago. They returned home Sunday. Mrs Kaiherine McEvoy returned Thursday from Minneapolis where she had.gone to attend the graduation from eighth grade of her grandson Michael, son of Mr and Mrs Maurice McEvoy. Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips drove to Iowa City last week Tuesday and Wednesday brought home their daughter Sandra, a freshman student at the State University. .She plans' to enter there again, in the fall, puririg the summer she here. will be empolyed Mrs'Don Price and son Kelley, Sioux City, are vacationing here a couple of weeks with the •nother, Mrs Mildred Putz andj Mr and Mrs James Will and Mr and Mrs A. L. Rochleau. Mrs Frank Ostrum left Tuesday for a visit of a week at Oelwein with her sisters Mrs H. W. Bennett, Mrs C. Cummins and Mrs Charles Ellis, and another sister Mrs Robert Hymer at Masonville. • Mr and Mrs Richard Strayer are coming June 18 for a visit of a week with the parents Mr and Mrs Glenn Strayer Sr., and othei i datives. They live at Dodge City, Kan. Charles Lawson and children Lee, Coleen and Eileen and Wava Woodward, former Algonans now living at Boone, visited friends here enroulc home from Mason City one day last week. Mark Seeley, a student at St. Thomas school, St. Paul, Minn., is home lor the summer and is employed with the A. S. C. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Paul Sofley. Mrs H. W. Plelch was visited a few days last week by'Mrs Ado Adams, Des Moines. She also attended the shower given for .jride-elect Barbara Bourne last Tuesday afternoon. Dr and Mrs Adams are former Algonans. Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell have • io ceived word from Mr .and Mrs Jerry Wheeler that they will visit i nun next weekend. The Wheelers now hve at Pevely, Mo., a sub.."•!-> of SI. Louis. They are former residents here. Mr and Mrs Ben Poiter have had Mr and Mrs Jess Baker, Selan, Vvasn., as guests. They also visited Mr Baker's sister Mrs Effie McNoish at Kunawaha. Both are tanner residents here some time ago and Mrs Baker is the former Nina Roney. Glenn Slrayer returned last Saturday from Rochester, Minn., \vn;:re he had a check-up and was also fitted with glasses. Mr and Mrs Glenn Strayer and Mr and Mrs Glenn Strayer Jr. were at Delevan, Minn., last Sunday and visited Mr and Mrs Leo Keefe. Dick Norton went to Baraboo, Wis., to attend the funeral Tuesday of E. K. liulterstrom 72, sales manager for the Norton company .several years ago, after C. L. Livingston, now of Phoenix, Am., had resigned from the cohipany. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel and Bettie spent Thursday evening at Burt with Mrs Riedcl's parents, Mr and Mrs G. O. Mci arlana. The daughter Judy is spending three weeks at Whittemore with Mr and Mrs Harold Bjuslrom to whom twins were recently born. Mrs Bless Rusk, leader of troop 22 of Girl Scouts, left Sunday with the girls for Camp Dolliver and will be there through June 16. Members of the troop arc Ann Dohannon, Gayle Bartholomew, Rebecca Hakes, Kathy Hatch, 3 Mishaps Here On North Jones St.; 2 Charged North Jones street in Algona proved to be a dangerous place to drive during the past week. Three of five mishaps which occurred within the city limits took place on North Jones. Fortunately, no injuries were reported. Here are the North Jones mishaps: Thursday, at 7:45 a.m. an auto driven by J. J. Bradley, 78, Algona struck a cultivator mounted on a tractor driven by Ralph Rasmussen, 54, Algona. Both vehicles were headed south when the tractor turned toward a gas station. The auto struck the cultivator, causing an estimated $200 damage to the machinery and $100 damage to the Bradley auto. Mr Bradley was charged with illegal passing by Policeman Bill Schwarzenbach who investigated. At 5:35 p.m. Friday, a trailer which broke loose from its hitch on a vehicle driven by George Mathiason, 31, Burt, crashed into the front of an auto driven by Sylvia Berkland, 53, Cylinder. The Berkland auto was headed south and the other machine north at the time. Damage to the auto was estimated at $220, while $50 damage resulted to the trailer. Policeman Pete Jorgenson investigated. At 1:12 a.m. Sunday, an Algona driver, Jack L. Gross, 20, lost control of his auto and crashed into a tree, inflicting $250 damage to the Gross auto and an estimated $15 damage to the tree. Policeman Eppo Bulten investigated. At 3-38 p.m. the same day, a three-car mishap on State street, near its intersection with Thorington street, resulted in an estimated $200 damage to the autos All three vehicles were headed OPEN BOWLING Tues. and Wad. Afternoon Fri. and Sett. 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