Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1967
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Eymann wins Algona golf meet Lee two shots back; 132 play in meet John Eymann, Forest City's cross-handed golfing 'wizard, captured his third Algona Amateur golf tournament Saturday as he fired an even-par 108 in the 27-hole meet played on the windy Algona Country Club course. A field of 132 golfers showed up despite an early morning rain and chilly northwest winds. But none could come within two stroke's of the winning Eymann, who also won the crown in 1956 and 1961. Defending champion George 1 Lee came the'closest with a" 110. The pair wer,e tied with 18-hole 73's but Eymann shot a one-under 35 to cop the crown. ALGONA'S Frank Rueb placed third with a 112. He shot two 36's but had a 40 sandwiched in between. Bob Woods of Spencer was fourth with a 113 and Clayton Pittman of Algona finished fifth with a 116. This was not an ideal golf day but there were some surprisingly good golf efforts. T. Bartelson of Forest City carded an opening round 35 but slipped back to a 43 on his second round. Algeria's Ed Adams had the day's only eagle as he drove the No. 7 green and sank his putt for a two. CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT John Eymann, Forest City George Lee, Humboldt .... .... Frank Rueb, Algona ._ Bob Woods, Spencer Clayton Pittman, Algona Frank Hart, Spencer __ Bruce Osmunson, Thompson Dale Hayes, Humboldt ... Dr. Harold Erickson, Algona .. 73-35—108 ... 73-37—110 .... 76-36—112 ... 77-36—113 77-39—116 ... 79-38—117 .._ 76-41—117 .. 78-39—117 77-41—118 T. Bartelson, Forest City .. - _ 78-40—118 Chuck Moran. Graettinger . ... _ . 78-40—118 Dave Everds, Allison .. .. .. .. 79-40—119 Pete Langmack, Cedar Rapids ._..._ 79-40—119 Julie Chrischilles, Algona ._ 81-39—120 N. Anneman 81-39—120 Craig Smith, Algona 80-41—121 Bob Bartelson, Forest City 81-40—121 Jack Mertz, West Bend . 81-43—124 FIRST FLIGHT Ted Chrischilles, Algona L. Johnson, Spencer Gene Zender, Algona D. Bertel, Spencer __ .. SECOND FLIGHT D. Lammers, Graettinger .1. Braby, Humboldt John Shaw, Algona Ken Peirce, Algona THIRD FLIGHT Bill Navoichick, Algona Mike Schmidt, Algona Jim Andrcasen, Algona A. Masters, Spencer FOURTH FLIGHT Al Blake, LuVerne Les Kenyon, Algona Ed Johnson, Wesely Tom Vinson, Spencer 1 FIFTH FLIGHT,,, R. Mccarty, Spencer^?.it, Len McGuire, Algona B. Steen, Spencer D. A. Freeman, Dayton 82 83 83 83 86 86 86 86 Laing reports building plans to school board 90 At a special meeting Mon- 90 day evening the Board of Ed- 90 ucation received a report from 90 the Superintendent on the progress to date in the studies of the proposed new high 93 school, approved at the elec- 93 tion Ian Jan. 30. 93 unl the last seven months 94 over 25 meetings involving over 100 conference hours '"' 95 ' teois,'professional staff, board SIXTH FLIGHT gg members, consultants from (J6 college, university and state department level. The purpose of these conferences in*Sherman Potter, Em'burg 101 elude: L. Youngwirth, Wesley 102 i. .Review of proposed cir- Elwood Nelson, Titonka 102 rieolum and activities, school Jim Cowan, Algona 103 , an d community, intended to SEVENTH FLIGHT B. Kain, Algo'na Al Erpelding, Wesley Jim Morrow, Em'burg Jim Parsons, Algona new high 110 . 110 . 110 111 Edgington 9th at State Fair Algona stock car driver Jim Edgington did a creditable job in the super-modified stock car championship races Sunday at the Iowa State Fair. He finished in 9th place in the 30-lap Feature event and heat of seven laps. Booster Club meeting Tuesday Seven lettermen tor Bears ^ THURSDAY, AUO: 31, 1067 THESE ARE THE seven returning lettermen who will be playing football for the Garrigan Bears this fall. From left to right they are, Jerry Plathe, Bill Richter, Tom Black, John Winkel, Dave McCarthy, Kevin O'Brien, and Jack Muller. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. also be guests at the home. Flier HIIIMMIMMHMIMMIMMIMMIIIMMMIItMIMMI Go// champions be served school plant and 2. Review of proposed instruction areas, from classroom to library to shop to gym 'to playing fU'.iJs, for details of spaces needed to accomplish the tasks of instruction, 3. Review of present site as to areas already in use, location of new buildings, additional areas for physical education, athletic, community- use activities. 4 Convert the plans into buildings and site development with available funds • in won $60 car prize. Edgington other words, to keep all plans also finished third in the first within the budget. The superintendent reported that the staff hoped to have a final draft of a proposed building for the Board to consider, sometime within tlic next 6 weeks, or early Octob- A Booster Club kickoff * r ' . .. , ,_ „ meeting will be held next .. !f aocc Ptable to the Board, Tuesday night, Sept 5 at 8 lt would then take aibout 3 p.m. in the Garrigan ' gym P onths for the genera] build- Coach Beanie Cooper will give ing plans to be conve;rted »na demonstration of football to detsuled blueprints and with the help of varsity foot- s P^ clfloaUoils . subject to pos- ball players and also tell how f blet ? ubUc bidd 'ng and con . to watch a football game. The act lettm S ln late January, meeting is open to the public 19 S?' n ta . . and is free. There will be a The Boa!rd also a PP roved "dutch lunch" served after contrac ' ts for the following the Clinic and the event offi- P 6 ** 01 " 16 * 1 cially opens the annual Boos- M "*, M * rib-1 . *•"»» of Alter Club drive gona, for part-time teacher in the high school; Mr, Charles Davis, of Algona, for night custodian: Mr. Arnold Meyer of Algona, for bus foreman and emergency bus driver. The superintendent report- Mr."and Mrs.'AUen Wagner *** on tent aWve proposals for and family, and the latter's P r °3 ects to operate with fed- mother, brother Bud and sis- eral aid funds "* the s^ 001 ter Margaret attended a fain- year i967 " 68 under *** Ele ' ily reunion Sunday at Gons- ment ary and Sscondary Edu- ru4 Park, Fairmont, Minn. ?* Uon . Ac t- including: read- Sunday. Sixty persons were *9* P™**** 5 &* AHS and Gar- present. The Wagners went nga : n; P 1 " 1 ™ 3 ^ grade reading there Saturday and camped P 1 " 0 ^ 15 including public and over night. Mrs. James Muel- P? roohial students; tentative ler of Rraper, S. p., attended ^. s for reading and arith- and came home with Mrs metlc improvement in pri- for a visit of a few "^ S 1 ^ 65 in tne summer of 1968. ^ ^ The Board directed the Sec- BIRTHDAY CLUB retary, Mr. Vaughn Rising, to Mrs, Hattie SchmMt enter- ^^Ptete plans for holding Uwed her birthday club Fri- '«* ann^school election on - - Monday, Sept. 11, polling Miss Eileen Vaske, left, daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Marvin Vaske of Bancroft, and the unheralded participant in th N. K. Ladies Golf Club tournament here Wednesday, defeated all the "old pros" to nail down championship hqnors with games of 50 dnd 48 for 98 total in the 18 hole tourney competition. She also won the prize for the longest putt on the no. 4 green. Miss Joy Tjaden of Titonka received runner-up trophy with a 102. Both young ladies are teachers. They began teaching duties Monday after summer vacations at home and lots of golfing. Miss Vaske is in her third year at Turkey Valley Community School in Lawler, Iowa, where she teaches algebra and geometry. Miss Tjaden is a physical education instructor, be- her first year at Manchester, Iowa. Church school classes at St. Thomas Episcopal church will begin Sunday, Sept. 2, at 11 o'clock. Church school teachers are Mrs. Nat Bangs, Mrs. Jack Chrischilles, Mrs. Ed Gilmore, Mrs. Bill Kuhn Jr., Mrs. Jack Clapsaddle, Mrs. Chuck Schlievert, Mrs. Abbie Tjaden, and Mrs. Julian Hhrischilles. Mike Boekelman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Boekelman, will be leaving Sept. 6 to enroll at Iowa State University at Ames where he will be a sophomore student. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ferris attended the August 19 wedding of a piece of Mr. Ferris, Miss Ginger Ferris, to Louis Margaglione at St. Bonafice church in Farmington, Iowa. Mrs. Margaglione is the daughter of Mr. Ferris's brother J. D. Ferris. The Ferrises stayed at the home of Mrs. Ferris's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Schouten in Keokuk over the Aug. 19 weekend. Visitor (Continued from Page I) served as interpreter. .The Japaneae woman haft been a general medical practitioner in Onto (Or fifteen years following ftv* yean of ttudy at Medical School there mnd two years of internship When asked about the coat of an office call she replied that M depended on whether the patient was rich or poor, This was her first visit to the States and she came primarily to observe medical treatment .for cancer at Chicago University, She arrived there ty plane on Aug. 16, and was met at the Airport by the Wildin family. Later ahe flew to Des Moines where they picked her up for the visit here and last Sunday took her back there to return to Chicago. She then left for home Wednesday flying via San Francisco and Honolulu back to Osaka. From a family of three daughters and two sons, all college trained, Yuko is the third daughter and the only unmarried one. Her office is downstairs in the building in which she lives with her parents on second floor. The third sister is married and also in Osaka, ahe had voice training in Women's College, Osaka. Mrs. Wildin attended Women's College in Tokyo and received a degree there in Home. Economics, then worked as an interpreter and did secretary work in the Army Engineer's office where she met Jim Wildin while he was in service, married him and came to Iowa in 1953. She has been an American citizen for some time. One brother is ah Insurance Branch Office Manager after receiving his degree in Economics. The younger one is a Chemist with Ketnco. Their parents, of course, are now retired. Dr. Yuko is the first of the family to visit the Wild Judge to talk at meet of women here The Kossuth County fte- terested meii and women we invited to attend. . A .native of DCS Mane*, Judge Parker was gradwaited town Rut-ters University Ow* JS\rfLawin New Jersey^ 1*9. Prior to as^irii«to? position as munidpal judge, he practiced law for 15 yeWS in Des Moines and Waterloo and served on the Iowa Board of Parole for two and a half years. He is a member publican Women's organwa- of Rotary, the board of direction announced today (hat tlhe tors o f the Salvation Army, Hon. William W. Parker, Goodwill industries and the Judge of the Municipal Court, ^y grouts fo America. Waterloo, will be one of the ^ .panel discussion pro- speakers at tlhe open meeting g.^^ w i\\ follow a short meet- to be held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, ^ e O f the G.O.P. women's Sept. 5, in the Congregational g^p w hich will be held at Fellowship Hall, Algona. 1-30 Hostesses for the meet . The non-political program ' ~ *"— enititled "People Who dare" will be in the form of a panel discussion on various social PATRIOT — Lloyd Shook, problems. Two other promi- cedar Rapids, brother of Mrs. nertt lowans, Mayor Roma Arthur Goldsbury of La Porte Fellman, of the Salvation city nas f| ow n the flag of his Army, Marshalltown, and COU ntry at his home every day L. C. Rovn, Bstherville, Ju- since 1950. In recognition of venile Probation Officer for his sp j r it of patriotism Pres. tlhis district, will join Judge j 0 hnson sent him a personal Parker on the panel. All in- mes sage of appreciation. w iU be the Republican of Lakota. '''•Kathy Jensen, daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jensen, will be enrolling at Iowa State Teachers at Cedar Falls on Sept. 6. Kathy will be a sophomore student. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darbyshire will be spending the Sept. 2 weekend at Lake Okoboji where they will be having a Felco Co. meeting. From the lake the Darbyshires will "I see by the Advance... " — NEWS BRIEFS FROM AROUND ALGONA — and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harold White of Fort Meyer, Fla. They will return on Tuesday in time to take Connie back to the State University at Ames where she will be a freshman student this year. been back to Japan since her marriage but hopes to return sometime. She is the mother of a son and a daughter who have two cousins in Japan. She remarked that her parents can read English and would Behippy- to see<!*heir daughter Yuko's picture end this story in an American newspaper. 7. Tom will be a freshman. John Snyder, oldest son of Dr. and Mrs. Snyder, will be a sophomore at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. Sig Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Wood, will be leaving on Sept. 9 for Simpson college in Indianola where he will be entering his senior year. Julie Wood is working at the Kemper Insurance Co. in Mason City and will resume her position there this fall. BRIDGE — A 100 year old Mr. and Mrs. Nols Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Merryman spent from Saturday until Sunday evening at Lake Okoboji. Bruce Sundet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet, left Monday, Aug. 28 for Luther college in Decorah where he will begin his senior year. On Wednesday Sharon Sundet also returned to Luther where she will be a sophomore student. FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Howard Black and family are visiting relatives in Algona, having arrived Sunday noon, Aug. 27th. They were guests of Mr. Black's brothers and families while they were here. A family dinner was held at the Lyle Black's on Sunday in honor of the visitors and attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Black and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Black and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Black and family from Forjt Dodge. A sister of Mr. Black was also a guest, Mrs. Clarence Bunkofske of Corydon, la., her son, Marvin and grandson, Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Black live in Denver, Colo.-; and visited in Algona for several days. Brian UaBarre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Ferris, left on Thursday, Aug. 24, for St. places being in Algona, W'hit- tetmore and Rivet-dale Com- -munity Center in Riverdale Township, polls being open from 12:00 noon to 7:00 P.M. Benedict's college at Atchison, Kansas, where he enrolled for his freshman year. Mr. and Mrs. Ferris drove Brian to Atchison and remained over night returning on Friday. Sara Snyder, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lou Snyder, celebrated her birthday Aug. 26 by inviting two neighborhood friends for dinner in her home. They were Jim and John Sindelar. Mr, and Mrs. Chuck Schlie- vert and three children visited Wednesday, Aug. 23, at the home of Mrs. Schlievert's brother; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fraser of Des Moines while they were there for the State Fair. From Des Moines the Schlieverts went to Mt. Vernon where they visited at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilch and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Snodgress and families. Both families are former residents of Algona living now in Mt. Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Schlie- vert and family returned here on Sunday, Aug. 27. Mr. *nd Mrs- towtll Smith, Randy and Shelley, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBarre over the August 19 weekend at Lake Okoboji. Mr. an* Mrs. John Black and family will be visiting Mrs. Black's grandparents in Armstrong on Sunday, Sept. 3, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Flier. Mrs. Black's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Hurlburt of Swea City, will Cathy will be returning to Cedar Falls on Sept. 9 where she bridge over South Skunk riv- will begin her sophomore er between Sigourney and year. Martinsburg is being replaced by a new bridge. The exact Tom Synder, son of Dr. and date of construction of the Mrs. Lou Snyder, will be en- old bridge is unknown but it rolling at State Teachers col- was designated on the Keokuk lege in Cedar Falls on Sept. county atlas of 1874. PUBLIC SALE A* I her* rente*' my taM. 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