The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 27, 1959
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•-.- >,'-. .,'v.f f'\f ••• i r ^; 4-Algona (Id.) Upper Dbs Mdints Tnurtday, Aug. 27, it Shugart Greets Lettermen Co"ch Harold Shugari greeted about 40 griddcrs at the opening practice of the Algona high school Bulldogs under a hot sun Monday afternoon. He is shown above with six of the 10 returning letterwmners on the 1959 outfit. Left to right, are Jerry Cowan, Jim Obcrwetter, Dieter Gruncr, Jim Richardson, Jack Vipond, Jerry Ostrum and Shugart. Champ Martin, line coach, and Bob Hobble, assistant line coach, are helping Shugart with the varsity, while Howie Stephenson will handle-the fresh-soph outfit. The Bulldogs will have an eight-game schedule, beginning with a meeting here Friday night, Sept. 11, with Emmetsburg. The next two games, Clear Lake and Clarion, are at home, then Iowa Falls and Humboldl will be met on the road, Webster City here, Oct. 16, and complete the season away ul Eagle Grove and Hampton. ; - r Calisthenics provided most of the activity during opening drills. Lettermen missing when the above phojo was snapped included: Bob Kern, Jason Elherington, Garry Rich and Bob Percival. All report later. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving), , Garrigan StartsDrills . nucleus-of the Garrigan Golden Bears football squad reported for the opening drill here Monday*afternoon. The thermometer reached 90 plus degrees during the practice session, which featured rtmning and other conditioning exercises. ' . -!.'"', Re turning lettermen from Garrigan's first squad a year ago are shown in the abpve photo with Coach Beanie Cooper, They are, left to. right, Bob Reed, Bill Higgins, Bill Reed, Jack McDonnell, PhSl'TKinsey, Jphn Murphy, Lloyd Schilmoeller, Oscar Froehlich, Ray Elbert, Dean Dodds and Coach Cooper. Several of the five parishes served by Garrigan are represented with lettermen. tfi'The Bears will open their season here Saturday night, Sept. 12, when they host Lake Park on<the Garrigan football 1 field. A total of 60 boys wjll be on the squad. Leon Vann and Jim Geelan assisting Cooper. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving).' ' . ... . . KOSSUTH COUNTY Bancroft Legion Out of Regional Junior Legion -baseball team 'couldn't hang on to a 6-1 first inning lead as a hot Spr-ingijeld, 'Mo. team knocked the ball all over the lot on the way ,,tp an 11-$; verdict Monday in the regional tournament Pfrerson, Kansas. The de- was the. second for Bancroft in' 'the' d°ub}e elimination tour' JJutciiinsojj Springfield hitters thg pretty well Bancroft until the top pf the Inning. The winners were n, •§-?• after .getting single •* ' and second t|»ey 'broke through L puns ^aria a -7»6 -lead ,in A four run blast in .,»..---J»^ * h e, §*roe on sent Bancroft'out of the. two hits. at The wm- out 17 blows, while Algona Youth Crowned Champ Hog Showman Fire Destroys Barn And Pigs At Swea City • - Swea. City — Fire of undeter mined origin destroyed a barn o the Ervin .Rasmussen farm, IV miles west of here Monday morn ing. The alarm was turned in about' 10:30. "Robert Anderson, was going past on the way home from repairing fences .damaged in Sun- 'day's storm "when he saw smoke coming from the barn. He investigated and turned the alarm in to the Swea City fire department. , • . Mr and Mrs Carroll Ganders, venter^ 'at .the farm, were not at home." ,'•Mr and-, Mrs • Daje Lock wood, neighbors, were , alerted by the har^jng.'pf a dpg and were early the scene of the fire. AlfhjQJUgh the"fire trucH arrived , «iri st'ejie a short time after r») was turned in, it was top-Jate'to save the barn .„,., ,, ,,^rrjgd io4he ground, Contents were also" Destroyed, in- cjuding 1?00 bales of straw, 200 bales 'i»f hay, month-old pigs to?V Funeral Held Here Tuesday For Mrs Olson Funeral services for Mrs Clara Olson, 73, were held Tuesday afternoon. There wr?s a prayer service at 1:30 in McCuMough'g Kjinor;'! Chape] and services at First Lutheran, church at 2 p.m. Hrv. Edsel Isaacson officiated ond burial was in the Britt cemetery. Pallbearers were Orlan Rut- ledgo, Orvillc Wicks, Ross Calhoun, Murl Potter, Jim Kelso and Rudolph Willrett Mrs Olson died Sunday morning at Good .Samaritan Home here. She had been ill for a year and bodfast for the past four weeks. Clara Malinda Thompson wns born April 30, 1886 at Belmortd. the daughter of Ole and Carrie Thompson. She grew up in Wright county and- on JujjK2U, 1909 was married to Josepfi. E. Olson. The couple farmed in Hancock county and upon the death of her husband in March of 1942. Mrs Olson moved to Algona. She was a member of the First Lutheran church here. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs Lucille Johnson and a son, "Dean Olson, both of Algona. Mrs Kendall Weiland, Fairmont, and Dean and Duane Willrett, Burt, are grandchildren. A daughter preceded her in death in January of 1944. There are also threo brothers and two siviters surviving. charge of kindergarten and first and second grades. Baby Baptized , Jill Corrain Zimmerman, in* fant daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmerman, was baptized in St. Paui's Lutheran church by Rev, Cieo Kautsch, Her sponsors were Mr and Mrs Melvin Hein* rich. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and Daughter and Mr and Mrs Con Oppegard and son of Albert Lea, Miiim visited at the home of Mr find Mrs Kaipn Walker St., Sun* day afternoon. »,ao onward Greinert was released from St. Ann hospital and •',*» ffinfinr»d t.o her bed at her home id recuperate for a week. Mr and Mrs Delbert Wiehten- dahl had as guests at their home Saturday night Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasch, Mr and Mrs Dennis Wehrspan, Mr ,and Mrs Charles Schultz, Mr and Mrs Ralph Walk* er, Jr., and Mr and Mrs Duahe (Teddy) Wagner of here and Virginia Baker of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and their son-in-law and daughter/Mr ahd Mrs Conrad Oppegard and son of Albert Lea, Minn, were Sunday guests at the Arthur Heidenwith home. ' > Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtln* dahl and sons, Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl and son, Mr and Mrs Gordon Jenson and family of here, Mr and Mrs Bernard Wich, tendahl and daughter of Ottosen and Mr and Mrs Harlan Wich- tendahl and sons of .Cherokee enjoyed fi bkftjc Suhdiy. jEveftittJ at the parental Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl hthne lit WfilttettidriB, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith went to Fort podge Sunday afternoon to see their granddaughter, Jay Frances Rosendahli wHo* utt* derwent surgery in the Lutheran Hospital last v^ek Monday, .They were accOmgahfed % ;theit> daughter Mrs DetDthy Rosendahl, Who also visited her daughter, ijMf and Mrs William'Meyer St., Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke and daughters, Mr 'and Mrs EMn Meyer and family. Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer and family, Mr and i«M-s Henry LaUck and fatnilyj Mr and Mrs williato., Meyer Jh and tamiiy and Mr and- Mrs George Meyer and Mrs Mathilda Me all of he!*, M* arid Lieband family, end Albert Meyef -aft Lotts Creek, and Leonard Sfteyef .1.-, Rodman, Mr and j ' titl ~. .. and David M, held Sufldfty Lather m 14 '^Mr ahd MM Gdrdon ,were pleasantly suf&tised day evehlnf at-| fafer- 1 \yhen H group pf ttb& eted at ttteir -hom^ , Open Monday AfWhiftemore Whitiemore — St. Paul's Lutheran school will open the 19591900 school year Monday, August 31 with a short service at the church where parents ariti friends are invited. Reuben Butzke, principal, will teach the 6-7-8 grades, Russell Klm-ripf w in have 3-4-5 grades and'Mrs Zumach will again be in ^ Message From Your ^AlliedMutual Agent - FIRST'INTHIS ARiA I Claim - TO ALL LOCAL I CAN SAVE YOU UP TO $20, $30, $40 OR MORE ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE If you haven't had an automobile claim during the past year, I can quote you a real discount off regular low rates on ALLIED MUTUAL Insurance. You earn additional discount's if you. haven't had claims for iwo. three or four yearS. These cash discounts made in advance, are ALLIED MUTUAL'S and this agency's reward to you for claim-free driving. ANY CLAIM-FREE DRIVER QUALIFIES Simply write me the dale of your last automobile claim. I can tell you immediately how big your cash discount will b«. It can run up to $20, $30, $40 or more, year after year. ' • ' . SEE ME TODAY . . . 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