Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 31, 1966
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4-ALGONA (ldw«) ADVANCi THURSDAY, MARCH 31,1966 Bulldogs track team will open April 14 Track began in the Algona high school recently and new head coach Don Camertisch has a squad of 30 boys working out. Only three seniors are out for. track this year and thus Camenisch will have to depend upon underclassmen for much of his strength. The three seniors will provide good punch though. They are Dale Teeter, Dave Martin and Doug Barr. Juniors counted upon heavily include Bill Boldridge and Brocke Laws. The squad of 30 includes a number of freshmen. THE BULLDOGS will open their season Friday, April 14 in the Eagle Grove Relays. They'll travel to Spencer for the Spencer Relays the following Week and then host the annual Bulldog Relays on April 30. Mdy events include the -Bel' mond Relays May 3 and the district May 6. The Relays will be spliced with several dual meets. Camenisch said the track was in near-perfect condition a week ago Monday before the blizzarc 1 and the team worked out that night. Now, however, it will be several more days before the* water and snow has drained. Camenisch replaces Arnold Hill, who coached the thinlies a year ago. 51 report for track March 21 at Garrigan A total of 51 boys have reported for track at Garrigan high school. Drills began last Monday, March 21. There are also 31 freshmen" out for track. They started workouts Monday, March 28. The season officially opens at Holstein with the Relays on Saturday. April 9. Other meets on the schedule include April 12— Pocahontas Relays; April 14 — Triangular with St. Edmond's and Kuemper at Fort Dodge; CYO Relays, Sioux City; Spencer Relays, April 22. Bulldog Relays, Algona, April 30; Bronco Relays, Belmond, on May 3; and District meet May 6. Two or three dual meets will be scheduled into the season it was announced by Coach Jim Ritz, who will be assisted by Coaches Kramer, Cooper and Puetz. No spring baseball at Garrigan [ 'There will be no spring ^asepall for Garrigan high school this year with an extensive 22-game late spring and summer schedule lined up. Baseball will begin on May 4 with the first game dated on May 15 through the summer and into the state tournament series. More information will be released in April. Puane Kramer will coach the Bears this year. Teeter on 1st all-slate cage team Dale Teeter was accorded an unprecedented basketball honor for Algona Sunday when he was named to Brad Wilson's first all-state team in the Sunday Register. Two Bulldog teammates, Dan Merryman and Craig Espe, were given honorable mention. Others from the area named to the honor roll included Dick Muller, Garrigan; Eugene Dontje, Ledyard; Tom Elliott, Swea City; Rob Hatten, Bancroft St. John's; Doug Black and Pete Wesells, Buffalo Center; Rick Anderson, Twin Rivers, and Bruce' Balgeman, West Bend. Four veterans for Garrigan golf Four Veterans will return and prospects for a top golf team at Garrigan are good this spring. Practice sessions will begin or Monday, April 4. The lettermen are Bob Smith, John Bradley, Brian LaBarre and John Hamilton. Steve McCall will be the coach this spring. ., Lakota students named to top State Line choir Lakota — The State Line Conference Vocal Festival East Half was held Monday evening at Rake with students from Lakota, Ledyard, Thompson, Titon- ca, Woden-Crystal Lake and lake participating in the days activities. The students left early Monday morning and the Bancroft man named to Greigg force Richard Shoenhair, Sales Ma* nager of Welp's Hatchery in Bancroft, has been appointed to Northwest Iowa Congressman Stanley Greigg's Task Force on Small Business and .Commercial Development. Members of the Task Force, which is composed of approximately 50 area businessmen, serve as advisors to Rep. Greigg on matters ranging from Small Business Administration services to community planning. According to Congressman Greigg, the future of; .many Northwest Iowa cities and towns is dependent on "providing greater opportunities for the small businessman an'd the main street merchant" and the "development of a favorable climate for industrial growth." Representative Greigg has appointed a number of other advisory groups to analyze key facets of our area's development. A few weeks ago, the membership of his Advisory Council on Education was announced! Congressman Greigg indicated that he will announce -the membership of his advisory groups on community development, transportation, and natural resources in the near future. AHS choruses perform Monday The music department of the Algona Community schools will presents its high school 'Mixed chorus and - combined Lyric Girls Chorus and Band Girls oncert was at 7:30 p.m. The following Lakota stud- mts are in Select Choir: Sopranos — Linda Hoeppner, 'am Rusher and Diane Sheldahl. . . .. . Bass — Gene Weringa and Dale Coy, Tenors — Dave Smidt. Altos — Monica Beemer, Linda Goeke and Susan Yackle, On Tuesday evening the West -lalf Conference consisting of swea City, Armstrong, Gruver, Sentral, Burt and Ringsted will meet at Armstrong for their concert. Chorus in concert Monday, April 4, at 7:30 p.m. in the High School Auditorium. The . groups are performing 'under the direction of Steve R. George, vocal music instructor. "The Thorn-Crowned King" a cantata for treble voices by F. B. Holton will be the featured work on the program. The text for the cantata is in keeping with the Easter season, Soloists in the cantata are Kathy Derbyshire, Kitty Hardgrove, Pam Kees, and Judy Thompson. The A Capella Mixed chorus will do two works from the old ihoral literature, and some con- ernporary choral works by Berjer and Fetter. They will also >e doing literature from other Deriods in music history. Two comfy write „ admitted to ISU Amet — Forty-seven outstanding high .school students are among the latest group* to be admitted "With Recognition" t6 Iowa State University. They are Philip R. Taylor, son of Mr .and Mfs. Rex Taylor, Algona, and Stephen J. SchUller, son of Mr. and Mrs. ErvhvR. Schuller, /of Whittemore. ' Gladys Davis, 61, of Bancroft, : - f ..:?-•:•.' • < • '- • - . *• . dies Saturday Bancroft -r Mrs, Walter (GlaV dys) Davis, 6l of Bancroft, died suddenly last Saturday shortly after midnight at Holy Family hospital at Estherville, She had been taken there by ambulance Friday afternoon after an illness of several days. Death was due to pneumonia. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the.Im- manuel Lutheran church here with Rev. Gorden Miller officiating. Burial was in Union Cemetery at Livermore with Garry's in charge of arrangements Serving as pallbearers were Verl Reinken, Glenn McCleish Lloyd Dixon, Orville Dixon, al of Bancroft; Marion Heath and Ray Rohrer, both of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Davis was born Feb. 12, 1905 at Lynd, Minn, and moved to Livermore with her parents when a small girl. She was educated there and married Walter Davis at Fort Dodge on Aug. 31, 1939. •.•;? He was in business in Minne? 1 sota for several years before coming to Bancroft where they operated a plumbing and heating business from 1951 until retiring in 1964. The husband survives as does one brother, Paul Knowles, Forrest City, Ark.; two sisters, T. M. Aure, Bode; and Mrs. Victor Easley, Lemon Grove, Califv Earl Swiger, 62, of LuVerne, dies LuV*rn* — Funettl for Earl Swiger, 62 of LuVefne, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Blake Funeral home in LuVerne. Burial was in the Lu Verne cemetery. Officiating at the last rites was Rev. Roy Biesemeyef. Mr. Swiger, a retired faSTtner, died Sunday afternoon about 4 p.m at his farm home. He had been a patient at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge for several weeks Serving as pallbearers were Dick May, Earl Stalzcr, Dick Hasty, Arthur 4 Larson, Elmer Kubly arid Edwih Mifrty. " Mr. Swiger was born Aug. 4 1903 at LuVerne, the son o Charles and Anna Swiger. He was never married. Survivors include sisters Violet and Luella of LuVerne an< Lena, Mrs. Ralph Fort Dodge. Consoer o AHS Carnival tMiSatarday Alt Algona High School Carnival will be held Saturday, \ptil % duHng the afternoon and evening in the'High School gym. Games and 1,000 prizes will be offered. The gerierai public is invited. The admission charge is lOc. The proceeds of the Gttriiyat In part go to sup' fXtft thfe American Field Service which in tufft supports the for* eigii exchange student program. was alright after the stdftti. Mr*. M*rth§ Stw*»y <We«*^ chea of Reno, Nevada Has arrived to visit many relatives and old friends here. She .is a guest of her aunt, Mrs. Martha Han- seltnan. Mrs. Goicoechea is the daughter of the late Fred Steus^ sys, long Me LuVetne, residents and is'Well known here. She drove hfcfe afid will visit relatives in Minnesota and Wisconsin. BARBER --Dennis Hurley, Who has been a barber in Laii- rens four decades^ retired this .H'I'MHtltlilllM t'H4'M4 month at age 72. He started cutting half when he was only 12 and has had a shop in Launens sittce 1926. > CENTENARIANS — Missouri Valley's Oldest resident, Mrs. Ella Brothers, celebrated her 100th birthday there oh March 5. She" sews without glasses, bakes cakes artd reads still. HettryLuers, lifelong resident of KeOkUk county, celebrated his 100th birthday on March 7 in Keotaj at Janet Angle on Dean's List : _1 '•-.•* v.-. y-.'-'-i-J--^.'^' 1 •" •*>" 1 ''—' Janet Joy Angle, daughter o] Mr. and Mrs. Earl Angle, has been named to the Dean's lisl at Drake University for compiling a 3.5 grade point. Miss. An gle is a freshman majoring in nursing at Iowa Methodist Hos pital and enrolled in the college of Liberal Arts at Drake. She is a 1965 graduate of Algona High school. Donald Mains al convention , Donald Mains, representing the Algona Regular Baptist Church, attended the Iowa American Council of Christian Churches Tuesday, March 29, in the Altoona Baptist Church. Speaker was Rev. Millheim who was also on Open Forum, over WHO radio Tuesday morning Several hundred delegates at tended the two day meeting. $550 damage in Algona crash An estimated $550 damage was done to two cars involved in a collision about 5:00 p.m. Tuesday on North Main street. Kenneth Francis Nemmers was harged with following too closely when 'his auto .struck one driven by Sharon Schiltz from behind. The Nemmers auto apparently hit a wet spot and be slid into her car. His car had about $350 damage to the left front end; the Schiltz car had about $200 damage to the right rear fender, trunk, side bumper and tail light. Charyl Cook is honored Charyl Cook, daughter of the Don Cook's, Storm Lake, has recently become a member of the national honorary educational fraternity, Kappa Delta Pi, at State College of Iowa. Charyl is a junior at S.C.I. BLARNEY STONE — An authentic blarney stone flown to Emmetsburg last year direct from Blarney Castle, Ireland and a gift to the people of Emmetsburg, by the son of Ire- Ireland's prime minister, Noel LeMass, has now been mounted in a permanent base in the town square. Its base construction is similar to the statue of Robert Emmet also in the square. LuVcrn* — The Percy Brinks and Mrs. William Bigings attended the funeral of their cousin and aunt, Mrs. Hattie Krutsinger, ,87, South Gate, Calif., Saturday in the Blake Funeral Chapel in Renwick. Burial took place in Vernon Cemetery near Renwick. Blakes Funeral Home was in charge. Mrs. Krutsinger, the former Hattie Potter, was born -near Renwick April 18, 1879 and passed away March 21 at South Gate, Calif, where she had resided since married Edward 1939. She Krutsinger here in 1903. He died in 1924, she continued living here until going to California to join her children. Survivors include one son Levi, South Gate, one daughter Bertha, Mrs. Francis Starr, Burbank, Calif., five grandchildren and 16 j great grandchildren. Also surviving are one brother, Flordl! Potter, Rapid City, S.D., and one sister, Miss Genie Potter, Lynwood, Calif. She was preceded • in death by her par ents, her husband, two daughters, several sisters and two brothers. Tht Auxiliary Unit will held its April meeting Monday, April 4 in the-LuVerne town hall with hostesses' Mrs. L. B. Shelton and Mrs, Lucinda Stone. Entertainment committee is' Mrs. Ralph Davidson and Mrs. Cecil Watts, v Th« Roy Buengers, their daughter the Henry Loucks and children of West Bend, visited their mother and grandmother Sunday; They came to see if she LADIES OF THE ALOONA AREA . . Let's Get Acquainted WAIT BY YOUR PHONE YOU HAY BE CALLED! IF YOU ARE ... 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