The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 28, 1959
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t^myz-r ^pgs^f ySF<^<?'.'T'7 v ^ ^p^$?mp*$ "M: ' -f "ft, * -1- *v» .«3&>, ,*rfSii*fa«f* *J«i.,«si (10.) Wpp*t 6t* M«lr>«* Thursday, Mtfy 3ft, I9ff ,. :*/« ""•&*$•• .*»*$£• • $*. " -J&-V ' aiSisysaBSpF^^ ,-.-' - s",, S^ffytyipx * -*vv 5 p^$^ •<*; : ..A'cV"''" ••, '* '.ffifi^f^y 1 ^ v^ot^t r,% t -^•''' 8 ' l •^l i '' t "y4v''^; :; ';^v 5 : ^r -"^^ '",»•»', _ ' ' " '' ft ' ."',.' r ^*,V '», " • ' ..i'^'v ' '•'•' <".- " * ' ' ' x *! ! , *" \ l ' ' '","- ' 'V KOSSUTH COUNTY P ORT S Stephenson Named To A.H.S. Basketball Post Architects Little League To Begin Monday Opening games in Algona',i three little leagues will begin Monday at 6 p.m. — but George DuvalJ, program director, has 9 problem. He needs about eight umpires. Anyone interested should .pall Mr Duvall at once so a complete set of umpires will be available, Games in the three leagues xvill be played at the Athletic Park, Lucia Wallace and Bertha Godfrey schools. • ; ..„* jfyv. ? , ~, , ^ ', " -' v ' *l> ."''' ; >';' "'* S J' ' ', f ' -" I'; / •' .'-s^rV 1 -' ttMeh fc&ti«Kt'f& tM'ft&t W0] $*(!llfop Jsfl§' W8s, ti0Ktt'.,|rlJS% i fttJofi Howie Stephenson Some sort of a precedent was set Tuesday night when the Algona Community School District board of education named How and (Howie) Stephenson, a hometown product, head varsity basketball coach. 'Stephenson, born and raised here and a 1947 graduate of Algofta High School, will replace George Duvall, who tendered his resignation to accept a position' in private business. Duvall will remain in Algona. He served two years as 1 varsity basketball coach , and also is baseball and" B-s'quad fo.otball ' mentor. •,.*•, ; ,; Stephenson ,'is a 1955 graduate of Iowa Teachers and coached all sports at 'Mallard, .where his basketball teams chalked up a 39-9 record, for two years before his arrival, 4 here in 1957. He •has coached junior high track and t'football and was B-s,quad basketball coach last winter. All of his 1 squads here have posted impres- 'rive records.- .>He is a son of Mrs H. E. Stephenspn, Algona, is mar, n'ed and-has a son, Jeff. - The 'board, also hired' Arnold -Hill,: who'for the past two yeara has coached football and other • sports at Hamburg, la., as assistant coach,of-all-sports, and eighth grade history teacher. ,•« Hill is married and has two , young children. He .coached at • Decatur, t Nebr. following graduation from • Midland College, Nebr. where he lettered in foot•ball for three years. He has been taking graduate work at-Nebraska University, Several 'other^jobs on the loca' . teaching'staff 1 remain to be filled • Final action ' on .the positions should be taken soon, according •• to Supt,, "C. B. Laing, who announced ' the appointment of tho new coaches this morning (Wed "nesday).*' '<,."> - Summer Hi School Baseball Begins Algona high school's summer baseball season will get underway Monday when the Humboldt Wildcats visit the locals at the. fairgrounds at 5:30 p.m. Coach George Duvall has six pitchers working out daily and choice of Monday's starter will be made on the, basis % of drills. The hurlers are Joel Harris, Gene Presbyterians here gave the green light to plans for a new $200,000 church building and Christian education center in a congregational meeting last Wed* nesday night. The meeting was called to approve the plans as drawn up by Thorson, Gjelten and Schellberg, 'Forest City architects. The plans had previously been approved by the Executive Building Committee and the Board of Trustees of thi?.,-Church. According to Oliver S. Carlson, chairman of the Executive Building Committee, contracts should be let and construction started toy September of this year, (barring unforeseen difficulties. , The building plans call for a one story structure excepting for the nave portion which -Is constructed with a ihigh peaked -•"-™^* L -' Jerry Cowan, Miko Bill Frascr and Tom Wittkopf, Wickliff, Waller. The full schedule of games will be announced later. • 22 Out, Junior Legion Baseball According to Coaches Jim Gee,an, Beanie Cooper and Leon Vann, a total of 22 boys have reported to Hagg-Turner Junior Legion baseball squad to date, Any" boy, 17 or under, in the en-, tire area is eligible to try out for the team. * The squad will • hold practice sessions at the KG Park here and at the Presentation Academy diamond at Whittemore. A sched-- ule of games will be lined up later. ! 4jT . ai . V Don Cook (s Drake U. Grad Don J. Cook, son of Mr and'Mrs- Don Cook, of 820 South Moore, Algona is among 417 seniors and graduate students scheduled to receive bachelor and master..degrees at the 78th annual-spring commencement at Drake University Monday, June 1, at 9:30 a.m.. in the'Drake fieldhouse. Cook is a candidate for .the bachelor of science " in , business administration degree in the college of business administration. Cook's major area of study at Drake has been general business. room, balcony for (the,choir and seating accommodations for 300. Seven Sunday School rooms aro, planned for with several of them able to be divided by sliding doors when necessary. A 'fireside room, a 20x55 dining area and a 20x28 kitchen are .also Hnjiluded. in the plans,'as-fire, ample office, study and work rooms. The building, site on East State Street; located' across from ' the Bertha Godfrey school, is sufficiently large to include a chapel, social hall and additional classrooms as planned for future expansion. (UDM r Engraving) New Supt. For Ledyard High Is From Sheldon Ledyard — School closed Wednesday ,,with the passing out dl report cards and promotion. a-The faculty for the coming""year-is' still not complete as a Home Economics, Science; arid 8th grade 22 tart ^ Graders bet Certificates Burl — The eighth gradfe class graduation was held 'in, the Burt gym May 18, There "w^fe 22 who received their certificate^,' -They were; Judith Abbas, Marjorie Baumga"urd, 'Jdne,t ! Black, Terfy Cook, «Laha .CUhnmgham,' Jariice Dreyec. Allerf .Geilfendfeldt, Diana Gifford,. Dennis 'Hefe'rdt, 1 Duane Hinckley, Lewis' iKfent* .Virginia Lappe, Verlyn'^Latsbn, Raymond Lichter,' Janet r Long,'. Mary' Mc- Farland,'SharlyniNpland, Rich- ard'Presthus, Marlyn Rasmussen, Gwen Teeter, William "Wermers and Patricia Hoover.},'«-;'-, The school picnic .was'held May Jean Noland, former'first grade teacher, visited over^ the weekend at the Bill BbettCher^home. Mrs Nick Dangelser\and dqtigh- ter of Algona visited'.th'e kindergarten room one day. last week. , Mr and Mrs ' f Ed 'Abbas • and girls and TVIrs Florence ^agby' visited in Buffalo Center and Forest City May .24.' Mrs Olive Thomp'son was taken by ambulance to St. Ann hospi- been a salesman for Slate.Brand Creameries of Mason/City .far the past five years but has tendered his resignation which will-become, effective. June 15.- Prior to this he has managed the Ledyard Creamery and Locker plant fdr six years. New equipment is being installed in order that both cream-and whole milk may -be received at the creamery. " Mr and Mrs Walter Peter, who have been managers of the'cream- ery and'lockers, have resigned to go to Colorado, iuampDeivaenecaj ana 1 -Mrs uiga Mattlin ( »Urbana, 111. - t "A soft, Donald and a dau'ghtefj Etneipreced* \ed their" mother in death. : ' "Pallbearers at the services were JShnny HeidersChe-idt^Chet Wil•ley,-Russ,Cole and Eugen'e Dawes . *Panton" l ^Mrs. Ruebe'n Bcrk> land,'-who lives 5 miles'Southwest 6f Fdnton, suffered a stroke Sat/ ly.Mohday morning- at the Em* metsburg hospital whei'e.'she has \<f * « « 14 - •* ^•" ~i i T " " 14 * i* ;.-<5 / v > , s v,..•., > •'. -«".'.' , , '"• *'• '"'< ~4-'" ~^*<~ '» i'*'-a. I.!,'.'*.,'' ^^^ A^^il^tT'tt A ' ' f ^* : - "^ •"*• * Sf * 3ii*? «- ittW 3 <V ,* f'S , rt v c ". \W, '* ^ -5? - "-? <• K GERALD FRAl . CALL AL6ONA, CYpress i • »• »i-,\ i 2-2344 When Reai £ EOW) tal this week. 1 this weeK. ,x*v// ^ • v-. Guest speakei$|tuthe;.Presby- terian church Sunday-was Rev. Fred L. Langerberg*of the Synod of Iowa. The Presbyterian church and Sunday,,school.,hours have been changed iand' starting May 31 they will be Worship at 9, and Sundav School at 10 a.m. ' The Presbyterian 'Daily -Vacation School will start June 1 and run through June <5;vThe* picnic will be held on June 6 and 1 the program will be June/.*.?. The teachers are Mrs Smidt; ^M.arsha Dremmel; • Barbara Dremmel; Jqyce Angus; Linda ^tenzel: Helen Harms; Ruth Harms anft.Batty Long.- 1 ' '••.**aw ^fi f ~ TWN. Q «/i'lwrrQ ! ^W MiflSrSlMr Augusta Muckey Burial Tuesday • 'Funeral services for Mrs .Augusta Muckey,J& were.'held Tuesday afternoon at McCullough's Funeral Qhapel. Rev. Newton Coughenour, Methodist pastor, of- ficiated/ahd,burial was in River- View cemetery. Mrs .Mu6key died Friday at ,Sti Ann hospital. She had been ill about two years. 1 She h was born Augusta • Jergenson, June 25,'1886, 'at-Copenhagen,'Denmark, the daughter of Anton Jergenson and Anna Marie Dundesen Jergenson. She came to Algona w,ith'. her .'parents in.1888 when'she'was two years 'oldi, t i Marriage to William Andrew Muckey took place'ih 1904 at'-Algona. , t - ' . Mrs"' Muckey' was-' an'active member of 'the- local Town'send Club'. { '/ ',.* Survivors are her husband; •son ^Harold, who, is hospitalized with a broken neck, at Gardena Calif.; a daughter,^ Irene,- Mrs Lemuel Read, Austin; Minn, and Mr and and Mrs Mrs.3 Harold Reimers #and teacher are to be hired. The new teachers are Supt, James Bottenfield of; Sheldon; Eldon Fain of Hiawatha-who will be .coach and Industrial Arts teacher, Mrs W. E. Wiemer who will teach English, Mrs Juanita Larsen of Forest City who will teach 1st grade, Mrs -Iva Anderson who will teach 2nd .grade, Mrs Laura Berven of Estherville who will teach 5th 'grade. Those returning are Harold Grunhovd, Marlin Peterson, Vernon Andert son, Mrs Alava. Dorsey, June Beyer, Joeldine Fennema and Judy Christenson. SERVICES children and - Mr> arid! }. Miller, and -daughter, amended/,,9 birthday celebration at-Cylinder May 21 for Mr- Earl RuSttiicte *"* Word was,received here of the birthday Of a'daughter to .Mr. and Mrs William G. Radtke's of Muskegon, Michigan. She , born May 18, Mrs Jessie Rash is there making A the acquaintance Of her new granddaughter. ' v '• ' ' , Word was received here Sunday of the impending surgery for'Mrs, William Batt at' University, hospi-' tals at loAwa' City. Mr and ,Mrs Myrel Cushman and family ,of 'Lakota were Sunday visitors; at-the M. J. Cunningham home. , Get Yous . • -V> Smoking, S.upplies -r-'-Bi Jhe*NEWi.->. SMOKE SHOP 1CEYS MADE '.-..•* ' Coast-to-Coast Aloonn ' FLASH J-SRJ >,•*,* *•_• A reception was held at the Sacred Heart Hall following graduation for Russell Richter. Those attending from, this area were Mrs Sarah Trenary and family, Mr and Mrs John Steinberg and Elaine, Mr and Mrs Ted Green andv family, Alfred Busch, Duane and Alvira, Mrs H. R. Trenary and Duward, Jim Sehnefe^der, Mr and Mrs Wm. Klinker, Mr and Mrs Harold Grunhovd and Mar-» lin Peterson of Ledyard, Doris Briggs of Grant, Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary, Mr and Mrs Wm. Trenary of Burt, Mr and Mrs Earl Trenary of Armstrong, Mrs John Govern and girls of Bancroft. The Ledyard Correspondent will be away for the next" two week,s, anyone having items they wish in please send direct to the paper, The ABC Club met at the J. F, Sullivan home Wednesday afternoon to help Mrs Sullivan celebrate her birthday. The afternoon .was spent socially and a delicious lunch was served by Mrs A. E. Weaver and Mrs S. P. Powers. • ' Mr and Mrs W, E. Wiemer went to Redding on Sunday to visit the cemetery and care for their graves there . Mrs William Behrendt of Chicago came on Friday to spend a week visiting her mother, Mrs Elizabeth Anderson. Methodist Circles will meet together at the church on Thursday afternoon for a picnic. Mrg Mary Bashara will have charge of the program. /. ^Mrs Alfred- Busch complete* her years teaching at Wesfield orj Monday where she has taught 6t'h grade. , She returned home on Tuesday. Mrs 'Busch has accept ed a position in the 2nd grade a Webb for the coming year. •Mrs Fred Dutton completed her teaching for the year at Burt on Saturday. She will teach again in the fall, 25 Years Mr pnd MrsMatt gpna, will have open -h^yse m \absemnse o'f their SUvpy W§4* '4mg A nn »versaryi gwjdsy* May 31, from 2 to 5 p.m. They ejcjtend 4 Cordial invitation,, t9 all friends relatives to ' Truclc Df Shelled Com, I0t of Corn Lakola — > Saturday afternoon, Paul Kollasch, driving one , of Bob Ogren's trucks filled with shelled corn, 'into town, met tha Thompson Yards Lumber truck driven by Keith Hertzke, going in the opposite direction. In attempting to pass,- the road shoulder gave way allowing th£ truck load of corn to tip on its side in 'the ditch. 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