The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 2, 1959 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 2, 1959
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8-Algona (la.) Upper DM Moint* Thursday, July 2, 1959 Funeral Held Friday For Swea City Man Swea City — Charles Edward Countryman, 82. died ni Holy Family' hospital at Estherville June 24 af;cr an ill ness ot years. Mr a( > b :n Sc.u v_,ty. ite Boy River, m.iiith.« lie his sificT. Swea Faculty Now Set; 4 Teachers Hired The 1959-60 faculty of the Swea City sx-hool was completed this week with the hiring of four new teachers. Robert Hahn Mason City, is new head football and baseball coach ar^iut^high^ketball ^ County ' Baseball LP:Igue West Bend, Humboldt Get County Loop Wins Wot grounds forced postponement of two games and kept West Bend in the top spot, in the Kos- m.-.iie h;.? no nit' Minn. For the p;'sl 7 hps been livinu wuh Mrs Ida ButterfleM. at Ssvra City He is. survived by a sm. Harvey of Boy River, Minn. !>iroe su'tprs, Mrs Ida 'Buttrrficld of Swea City. Rose Moulion of Bancroft, Ella Harris of Wilmrr, Minn., 7 grandchildren and several groat - grandchildren. His parents, n brothrr ami sistt'r preceded him in death. Services were held at the Curtis and Bin-no- Funeral Home iVtdp.tsJay at 8 p m. The body .-.a.: .inn laiii-ri M Osur R.ver. Minn., where funeral services wcie held June 20. Burial was made at Bo? Stiver, Minn. coach. Mariyn Johnson will be head basketball and track coach, assistant football, and junior high football coach. Barbara Mino, who taught last vear at Ruthven, will be new ead ; ns iencher for grades 3 to G. Harry Neiser is the new band instructor. He taught last year nt Pimberton, Minn. Agnes Olson, who taught at Swea City hist year, will be principal. At For July 4 A.S.C. Wheat Applications Are Available The ASC county office is accepting wheat allotment applications for certain farms. A producer who intends to seed wheat for 1960 on a farm on which no wheat was seeded for harvest as grain in 1957 and for which a 1958 and 1959 allotment was not established, irrespective of whether or not wheat was seeded for harvest as grain in either 1958 or 1959, and who desires to be considered for an allotment, according to Richard I. Anderson, chairman of the A.S.C. Application forms are available in the ASC county office for use in filing a request for an allotment. The, producer must apply in writing by July 1, 1959. A Fourth of July Celebration is on tap Saturday at Fenton, with the program to be climaxed by a fireworks display in the evening. Included on the program is a ball game between the Fenton pee-wecs and an unnamed oppon- ?nt, horse and pony rides on stock urnishcd by Dave Lynch of Rock, horse shoe pitching, home talent show and free rides on the fire truck for children from the area. The Fenton firemen, Legion and Community Club are sponsoring the event. Lakota Dairy Queen Lakota—At the Dairy Day celebration, held at Lakota on Saturday, Roberta Addy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Addy was selected Dairy Queen anc Connie Erdahl, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arlowe Erdahl, was named attendant. Both girls are juniors at Lakota high school. Two Area Men Purchase Impl. Firm At Clarion Loren Courtney and* LaVern Baldus of Algona have purchased the Sann Implement Co. at Clarion. Mr and Mrs Baldus have moved into an apartment there and Mr and Mrs Courtney "and their three children expect to move in July. Baldus was a mechanic for Bradley Bros, here for four years and for the past year operated the M & M Implement Store at Emmeisburg Courtney has been a salesman" foi Bradley Bros, for the past nine years. Sundny. In games played, the onrushing Humboldt crew slapped Algona, 17-8, and Lone Rock slammed Ayrshire, 18-4. There a no no regularly scheduled loop contests on tap th's Sunday, but three contests will be made up during the weekend. St. Joe will travel to Mallard lo- nipht (Wednesday, July 1); Whittemore will travel to West Bend July 4 and Lone Rock will meet Algona at Algona Sunday at 2:30 p.m. Standings W L West Bond 4 1 Humboldt -5 2 Lone Rock 4 2 Whittemore 13 2 Ayrshire 3 4 Mallard --2 3 St. Joe 1 4 Algona 1 5 Algona committed 11 errors after jumping off to a 3-0 lead in he top of the first inning at Humboldt and made the win an ?asy one "for the home club. Two errors and singles by Andrcasen and Long gave the locals their 3-0 lead. Humtfoldt counted six ,imes on five walks, two errors and only one hit to take the lead "or good in the home half of the second. The winners added three in the fifth, four in the sixth, two in (he seventh and two in the eighth, while Algona counted two in the sixth and. three in the ninth. Green went all the way on the hill for. the winners, while Andreasen, • Eldon Winkel and McNertney hurled- for Algona. The winners got 10. hits and the losers seven, including two by Johnson., ' *> Bollinger hurled a six-hitter as Lone Rock swamped Ayrshire. Lone Rock came up with 14 hits and committed three errors, while the losers made four miscues. YOU CAN USK DRUG Algona Team Remains On Top Of Jr. Loop The Algona Braves remained in the. top spot of the Garrigan Junior High Baseball League, despite the fact- the team dropped two games during the week. Here are the results: Algona Braves 10, Wesley 1; Algona Braves 5, Algona Dodgers 1; St. Benedict 5, Algona Braves'1; Algona Dodgers 11, Algoiic) Braves 10; and .-St. Benedict 4, St. Joe 3. Standings W L Algona Braves _.ll 4 - St. Benedict 6 5 St. Joe 6 6 Wesley 4 5 Whittemore 4 6 Algona Dodgers 3 8 A baseball clinic for coaches and players in the league was held Sunday, June 21, at the K. C. Park here 4 Teams and coaches from all five parishes were represented. The clinic was under the direction of Leon Vann, Beanie Cooper and Jim Geelan, coaches at Garrigan. Top Teams Get Bounced In Little Loops The liltlo league races con- linued to, tighten here during the week with several ot the. leaders taking it on the nose, £s tho teams reached the hijlf-way point in their schedules, tho ^iants clung to'the lead In the National loop, the Indians were on top in the American and the Saints and Soos were tied for the top spot in the International Here are this week's results: National Cubs 7, Braves 6 Pirates 9, Giants 8 American Tigers 5, White Sox 2 Athletics 15, Orioles 1 International Saints 9, Millers 8 Royals 20, Bears 2 League standings: National W Giants 4 Cards 3 Cubs ---3 Pirates ___. _3 Braves _, 2 American W Indians 4 Athletics j.3 Yankees -3 Red Sox 2 Orioles _--2 Tigers 1 White Sox -1 International W Saints ___ -3 Soos 3 Chiefs —.3 Millers 3 Royals 2 Bees 1 Bears 1 Barring weather complications, games will be played in each loop Monday through Thursday until July 23. L 2 3 3 3 4 L 0 2 2 2' 2 4 4 L 1 1 2 2, 3; 3 4 Algontm Buys Fenfon Firm Larry Knoll, Algona, owner ind operator of Larry's Recreation here, announced this week" nd that he had purchased Schulte Recreation at Fenton from Mrs Howard Schulte. Mr Schulte. former owner, was killed in an auto crash last year! Knoll has hired Melvin Theisen, Algona, presently employee by a local contractor, to manage tho Fentoh recreation parlor. Mi Knoll took possession of SchuUe's June 27' and will open it for business today (July 1). Some redecorating was completed before it reopened. -x Several from Area Delegates At Church Meet Walker, Fenton, June Ending; Weddings Drop , County Clerk Alina P Issued only three „ wedding li | censes this week, indicating*' if the calendar hadn't already done that the month of June is ftev. Harvey aer, enn, , was elected to the North-Central | comm_g to a close. It has Jurisdictiohal Conference of the Methodist church at the Norti [owa Annual Conference of the church held ift Mason City, June 21-25. The Conference to which Rev. Walker was elected will meet -in 1960 at Gra/td Rapids. Mich, to elect'and assign Bishops. Official delegates from the Al gona Methodist church to the Mason City meeting were . Rev. and Mrs Newton Coughenour, Wes Bartletl, lay-leader, Perry Collins, reserve layman, and Rosemafy Medin, youth delegate. Landowners Want Sidewalks one of the busiest tnonths in hiff- tory at the clerk's office. • Licenses went this week to- June 24 — Thomas L. Me Mahon afcd Roberta 'Fiddler, Al gona; and Williahi-L. Koppen Wesley, and Helen . C. Renger Swea City. June 26 — Raymond W. Kernna, Rodman, and Avis J. Helium, Minneapolis. . MayoVs Court men, Michael fi. O'Meara and Clayton Bur* night, were fined $25 and costs each, in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court Tuesday.* At press time, BurnighJ was waiting for funds and O'Meara paid $20 and had $5 suspended. Kenneth H. Johnson, Hines, 111., paid $5 and costs for speeding. Year Old At Lakota Suffers Deep Gash Lakota — Byron Garrett, son of Mr and Mrs Gene Garrett, met with a very painful accident Thursday evening shortly after supper. Byron had gone across the street to play when his mother heard him crying ,and went to investigate. It seems he had climbed through a garage window where the Lewerke's formerly lived and fell on a storm window that was stored in the garage. He was cut by glass on his leg below the knee for about 12 inches to the bone. He was taken to the hospital in Buffalo Center for care and is still there.- , A petition for new sidewalks:! was read, a resolution on highway, maintenance adopted and a first reading on an ordinance given at the meeting of the Algona city council June 24. The sidewalk petition, signed by 19, asks sidewalks in the past part of town to run on both sides of the street from W o °dworth west to Lantry street. The resolution on the highway main- tertce states that the state high* way commission must care for highways running through, the 5, town of Algona. The ordinance >rohibits the discharge of ^air ifles, B-B guns, or similar levices within the corporate Smashes Hand At Fenton Fenton — Larry, 19-year-old son of Mr and Mrs Oscar Sorenson, will be out of work a cq.u weeks following a minor accidenl last weekend. He was helping G. A. Scribner telephone lineman, unload poles when his hand was smashed between two poles. Ten stitches were taken. X-ray showed no bones broken. He is : 1958 graduate of Sentral high IT'S NEWS. WE WANT Algona Team Second (Six Algona lady golfers repre sented the local country club in a tournament at Brooks Country Club at Lake Okoboji Monday Rain shortened play to nine holes with the local outfit coming in second. Spencer won the mee with a 181 total, while Algona'.. team chalked up a 191. Seven other teams competed. Helei Ferris, Dee Erickson, Ann Slagle Maude Kohlhaas, Helene Whit temore and Vivian Hagen re presented Algona. Post Office Crackdown On Rural Boxes The Post Office Department las announced a crackdown on ural patrons who do not con- 1'orm to regulations regarding rural mail boxes. Notices have been sent out by the local office to those not complying. Those who fail to comply after ample warning may lose the service until they do, according to Post master W. W. Sullivan. Regulations require that al boxes must be painted and th name of the patron must b painted oh the side facing th carrier as he delivers the mail. Large boxes should be erected 38 inches from the ground and small boxes, 42 inches. All box standards should ba firmly anchored in the ground and should be in an upright position, not leaning in every direction. Boxes should have good lids so that the mail will be protected at all times. imits of the city of Algona and jrovides a penalty for violation. Divorce Filed John Schueler Jr., Swea City, 'iled ,a petition for divorce igainst'his wife, Marjorie Schue- ier, in district court here Monday. A cruel and inhuman charge was made, and custody of five children, three of them minors, was asked by the plaintiff. Mrs Schueler was recently sentenced to seven years at the Rockwell City women's reformatory on a check charge. She was paroled,, but s the parole was revoked two weeks ago, and she is serving the sentence. Algona Woman Is installed In State Post Mrs Willard Gregson, Algeria, was installed \ as state secretary of the Degree of Honor lodge at the .State Convention in Des Moines,.June 16 - 17. Mrs Gregson was^official delegate from the Algona 'lodge and qn honored guest at the banqitet. Ten Algona lodge members at-, tended. They were,Rose Smith, Margaret Brayton, Bea Baldwin, Ida Chisni, Ellen Marshall, Daisy Schauer, Mary E. Muckey, Wilma Strayer, Merna Gregson. and Marie Scufifham, . Each lodge furnished, its own centerpiece, representing an activity in their community, at the janquet. The Algona l&dge were ushers, flag bearer and' escort staffs and presented the initiatory work at the state convention. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Cresco Chums Meet The June meeting of the Cresco Chums was held at Call State Park/ Shirley Ohnemus gave a talk and Ann Smith gave a demonstration. An all*day work* shop was held June 1.7 at the Cresco Hall A record book check up was held. Each member finished a small wooden article. Donna Mae Thilges gave a demonstration, a coloring lesson was held and each member: .did some finger painting. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA FRIDAY, JULY 3 , Hard Times Dance Come As You Are Frank. Buhr On Dean's List Several students* in the area were included, in the Dean's List for outstanding scholarship at Iowa .State College during the spring •quarter. Included were Alvin Lundh, son of Mrs Sigrid Lundh, Algona; Joseph Madderi, son of ^Leonard Madden, Armstrong; Eugene Steward, son of Walter Steward, Burt; and L'oren Wilhelm, son of Albert Wilhelm, LuVerne. 102 .. Hamilton county's oldest resident, Mrs Lucinda Kimmel died recently at the age of 101. She would have been 102 in June. \ SUNDAY, JULY 5 Don Hoy SUNDAY, JULY 12 Henry Charles SUNDAY, JULY 19 Marv Reedstrom SUNDAY, JULY 26 Lynn Kerns No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 At These Prices THEY CAN'T BE BEAT FORD 1957 O.M.V.I. Charge A Fairmont, Minn, man, Leo J. Stefanski, was bound over to the September term, of district court on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court Friday. Bond .was set at $350 and furnished. 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