The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1967 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1967
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Drafted By Jets Jll Paul Seller, 1963 Garrigan High School graduate who was a regular offensive tackle on Notre Dame's great football team last fall, proved to be the 12th most sought after footballer in the nation Tuesday when he was picked by the New York Jets in the first round of the combined National and American Football League player draft at New York City. Should Seller come to terms with the Jets and join them for the 1967 season, he would be a member of one of the top young teams in the AFL - and a teammate of the very well- known Joe Namath, former All- American at Alabama who became the club's quarterback after signing a $400,000 bonus contract. At the conclusion of the 1966 season, Seller told the UDM that he had received questionnaires and inquiries from practically all of the professional football clubs in the nation. He did not play in any of the collegiate all-star games after the season because athletic officials at Notre Dame were hoping to get permission for Seller to compete another year for the Irish, who were ranked number one in the nation last fall. Seller was an outstanding football player for Garrigan Coach Beanie Cooper prior to gradu- Honor Roll At LuVerne High; One Straight A Four students at LuVerne High rated the "A" Honor Roll in a list just released by Howard H. Smith, principal. Oneofthemhad five A's. The Honor Roll list follows: "A" Honor Roll - Rita Patterson (5); Daryl Trauger; Marty Bowman; and David Rlstau. "B" Honor Roll -Dennis Awe; Delores Eggleston; LuanaLeek; Gerald Sill; Tom Steil; Paul Trauger; Coleen Johns; Don Bristow; Connie Hefty (5); Anna Marie Bahmann; Larry Casey (5); Larry Curry ; Raejean Hewitt (5); Paul Lenz; Teresa Pedersen (5); Lee Schipull; Kathy Trauger (5); Craig Stripling (5); Paul Swanson; Terry Vaudt; and Linda Wilhelm(5). Four marks of B or better are required. An A does not balance a C. For the A honor roll 4 or more A marks are required. The 4 highest marks are considered for students taking 5 subjects, if ( needed. Bill Rahm Of Algona Named, ISU Dean's List Bill Rahm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm, rural Algona, and senior in physical education at Iowa State University, Ames , has been named to the Dean's List for the winter quarter. A 3.5 grade average (or higher) Is necessary for the honor. Rahm, a starting letterman pitcher for Iowa State's baseball team, is attending the school on a baseball scholarship. The Cyclones will travel to Ar' kansas Mar. 22 where they will meet a number of teams in preparation for their Big Eight openers at Ames March 31 and April 1. Bill was an outstanding pitcher and member of the basketball squad and football team at Garrigan High School several years ago. II Real Estate Transfers Thursday, March 16, 1967 Algona, (la.) Upper De» Moine»-11 Notes Of Servicemen He is a son of Mrs. Elizabeth Seller, rural Algona, and called her Monday noon right after a representative of the Jets' front office had contacted him, notifying him of his selection told the UDM that Paul was not sure just what he will do until he gets an opportunity to talk with club officials. He did not mention any bonus or any other details, because he Se°iir hasTee? Se" dlis ^ster break from Notre Dame with members of the taxi squad last fall. Is Debate Winner St. Edmond High School, Ft. Dodge, walked off with the honors in the diocesan CYO debate tourney held at Garrigan High School March 12, as they debated the limitation of foreign aid to non- inilltary assistance. The Ft. Dodge team, with Judy McCarthy and Dave Thissen on the affirmative and Kevin Maggio and Denny Hogan on the negative, captured a total of seven wins and one loss in the four-round contest. The debaters from Kuemper, Jan Hesse, Rod Sernet, Marilyn Stangl and Marv Wurzer, came in second with six wins and one loss. Granville-Spaldlng broke even with a four-four record for the day gained by Margaret Gaul, Steve Marriott, Maureen Murphy and DeaiJs Srnid. Heelan debaters, Mike Ellwanger, Penny Harris, Steve Kennedy aiiJ Anthony Kelly, totaled three wins, five losses. Pocahontas Catholic and Garrigan tied with a two-six record. Bill Brainy, Dave Lenz, Juanita Wagner and Mary Yocurn made up the Pocahontasteam. Patricia Besch, Tom McGuire, Ron Gilbride and Mark Prieskorn represented Garrigaii. Judges included Lee Beein, Emrnetsburg High School; Rev. Gerald Hurlz, Scalding; Rev. David Hogan, Pocahoutas; Hev. Ronald Naser, Heelan; Gerald O'Meara, St. Edmund; and Ter- raace Sexton, Kuernper. Garrigan students serving as timekeepers wore Shirley Becker, Tim iiooK-linoJi, Gordon Kramer, Darlene Mathe, Pamela Simons and Judy Venteicher. 20 Vehicles Sold Here In The Past Week Twenty new cars and trucks were registered at the office of County Treasurer Don Jorgenson last week. Owners are: Chevrolet - C. R. Canaday, Irvington, pickup; Pioneer Hi- Bred Corn Co., Algona, truck; George Bruellman, West Bend, pickup; J. T. McGuire Co., Algona, pickup; D. A. Trenary, Burt. Ford - H. F. Dreyer, Fenton, pickup; Carroll Garage Si Imp., LuVerne, pickup; W. L. Griese, Lakota, pickup; A. M. Kollasch, Swea City; M. W. Blair, Swea City • Dr. M. R. orDonna Baldwin, Algona; August or Matilda Robison, Swea City. Olds - Everds Bros., Algona. Dodge - A. S. McAdams, Algona; L. P. or Dora Dremmel, Algona. Mercury - S. H. or Sandra Krasean, Algona. Cadillac - Directory Serv. Co., Algona. Chrysler - 0. T. Hudson, Algona. CMC -WesleyCoopCreamery, Wesley, truck. International-E.H.Heldorfer, Bancroft, pickup. Ask Replacement Of 3 Narrow U.S. 169 Bridges Replacement of three narrow bridges on U.S. highway 169, south of Algona, Is being considered within the next live years, the State Highway Commission has informed State Senator Don M The d> r'eplacement cost would be about $250,000 for each bridge, the- Commission letter • * -left which includes about $130,000 for each bridge and $120,000 for approach work. The bridges in question are the only bridge on U. S. 169 between U.S. 30 and the Minnesota line which are less than 24 feet wide. Widening of the existing structures is Impossible because of their truss construction. In other words, being built the way they were, they become practically scrap, and we start all over. Replacement of the bridges, the Commission letter noted, would require that U. S. 169 be closed for an entire construction season. Variety Show At LuVerne Hi On March 21 On Tuesday evening, March 21, the music department of the Lu- Verne Community School will present a variety show at 7:30 p. m. In the school gymnasium. Appearing will be the concert band and the dance band, under the direction of Jack Rembold, and the high school mixed chorus, assisted by the first and eighth grade girls, under the direction of Mrs. Phayne Heathman. The Music Mothers will serve coffee in the lunch room after the program. The public is cordially Invited to attend. Thursday, March 23, the Lu- Verne elementary school •.'.111 present a special Easter program at 2:15 In the afternoon. The kindergarten will give their selections under the direction of Mrs. Erickson, and'lie second, third, fifth and sixth grades v>ill present an Easter tableau under the direction of Mrs. Heathmaa. The program is also open to the public. Pledges Fraternity . Robert D. Martin of Algona, son of Mr. and Mrs. Champ Martin, was recently pledg&dto Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity at State College of Iowa. USS PROVIDENCE (CLG-6) Feb. 24 ~ Seaman Apprentice Conrad E. Graham, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Graham of 5 E. Call St., Algona, participated in Operation Deckhouse VI off the coast of Quang Ngal Province, Vietnam, as a crewmember aboard the guided missile light cruiser Providence, flagship for Vice Admiral John J. Hyland, Commander of the Seventh Fleet. Prior to jump-off time for the assault, the Providence bombarded the objective area with fire from her six-Inch guns. SAN ANTONIO - Dennis P. Madsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jens Madsen of Swea City, has been promoted to airman first class in the U. S. Air Force. Airman Madsen is an accounting and finance specialist at Lackland AFB, Tex. He is a member of the Air Training Command which operates the world's largest technical school system to train personnel for Air Force duty. The airman is a graduate of Ledyard high school. Abbas, Marvin, sgl. to Irene, Reed, Robert Conrad, Wm. John Richard Emery &Carla Kay Reed 2-21-67 S 68' of 0. P. of Whlt- temore lot 15 blk 4. Cowan, Jerry D. & Sharon E. to Charles J. & Myrna K. Smith 2-25-67 Call's Add. lot 2 blk 183, Algona. Schmidt, George L., sgl. to Marjorle & Palmer Rurup 2-2367 E 1/2 SW 1/4 28-98-27. . Vorland, Herman L., sgl. to Jerry E. Si Ruth S. Wolf 2-2767 S 1/2 NE 1/4 30-95-27. Wertjes, Ed & Elsie to Paul Si Ersel Bernhard 2-27-67 Searle's Add. lot 3 blk 2; Bancroft. Anderson, Richard I. to El- doraT. Anderson2-24-67SW 1/4 Si that pt. of NW 1/4 lying S. of dredge ditch 34-100-29. Behrends, Emma E. & Byron to George Schueler 2-27-67 Our undiv. int. In a tract of land comm. at a pt. in NW corner blk 21 Richmond's 4th Add. Swea City thence see rec. Brown, Robert W., sgl. to Richard A. Larson 2-24-67 S 1/2 NE 1/4 30-100-30. Brown, Robert W., sgl. to Laverne R. & Bonnie A. Larson 2-24-67 N 1/2 NE 1/4 30-100-30. Hammond, Frances & Edward to George Schueler 2-27-67 Our undiv. Int. in a tract of land comm. at a pt. in NW corner of Richmond 4th Add. Swea City blk 21; Thence see rec. Maasdam Leonard G. Si Clara to Leonard G. Maasdam 2-27-67 0. P. of Lot 6 blk 40; Algona. Maasdam, Leonard G. & Clara to Leonard G. Maasdam 2-27-67 NE 1/4 NE 1/4 & W 1/2 NE 1/4 28-96-28. McGuire, John T. & Zelda M. to Melvin E. Busch 2-27-67 N. 2 A. NE 1/4 32-99-27. McGuire, John T. & Zelda M. to Leon E. Martin 2-23-67 All that pt. of NE 1/4 NW 1/4 desc. as see rec. 11-95-29. Mogensen, Milda & Clarence to George Schueler 2-27-67 Our undiv. int. in a tract of land comm. at a pt. in NW corner Richmonds 4th Add. blk 21 Swea City thence see rec. Osborn, Esther, sgl. to Mark M. Bernhard 2-27-67 W 1/2 SW 1/4 22-98-30. Ostermann, John U. & Lucille A. to Valida L. Bruns, subj. to ''life estate of Carrie-Bruns 2-21' r 67SE 1/4 24-98;-27. ' Piekarski, Grace Muller & Frank to Cletus J. & Donna Jean Muller 0. P. lot 6 blk 14; Whittemore. Potter, Loron R. & Lila D. to Richard J. Cook 2-21-67 lots 8,9, 10 of Aud's Plat of SW 1/4 SE 1/4 10-95-29 Si lot of 15 of Survey of SW 1/4 SE 1/4 10-95-29. Schaap, Clara D., sgl. to Audra B., Margaret E. Si Walter H. Heerdt 2-28-67 0. P. lot 2 blk 74; Algona. Schueler, John Jr. Si Jennie E., sgl. to George Schueler 227-67 Our undiv. int. In a tract of land comm. at a pt. in NW corner of Blk 21 Richmond's 4th Add. Swea City, thence see rec. Swea City Coop Creamery Co. to Leonard E. Peterson 2-27-67 E. 51.87* of lots 4, 5,6 blk 11 except the S. 10* of lot 6 O.P., blk 11; Swea City. Roeber, Maynard & Lida to Northwestern Bell Tele. Co. 225-67 S 30* of 0. P. lot 10 blk 7; Whittemore. Willard, Estella, s<?l. to Geo. Scnueier 2-27-67 Our undlv. int. in a tract of land comm. at'a pt. in NW corner of Richmond's 4th Add. blk 21 Swea City thence see rec. blk 9, Titonka. Greenfield, Lawrence & Alverta to Mary, Robert G. & William D. Beemer Trustees of Guy Beemer Trust 3-3-67 NE l/4ofSeerec. 15-99-29. Helleman, Anne Larrabee & Lawrence F. to Irvin M. & Elsie C. Koppen 3-2-67 NW 1/4 14-99-28. Hoenk Farms, Inc. to Dennis, James M. & Michael J. Clnk 31-67 W 1/2 NE 1/4 9-95-28. Hoenk Farms, Inc. to Evelyn M. Ferstl 3-1-67 E 1/2 NE 1/4 9-95-28. Johnson, Ivan & Mildred, Robert & Joan to Ernest & Mary Ann Van Weelden 3-1-67 NE 1/4 2-96-27. Kees, Lawrence & Margaret to Leslie C. & Adra M. Faber 3-6-67 Undlv. 1/2 int In NE 1/4 18-95-29. Kelly, John & Janyce to Lloyd Madden 3-7-67 All our right, title Si int. in SE 1/4 exc. see rec.; 18-99-30. Kenne, Lena & Roy & Keller, Theresa Si Everett to Arlo E. & Marilyn A. Grimm 3-2-67 NE 1/4 12-94-30. Klungtvedt, Nils Si Magdalene Si Gerald D. & Jean E. to Charles Louis McEnroe 3-1- 67 all that pt of frl NE 1/4 lying N. of center of drainage ditch In 11-98-30. Larrabee, Charles Jr. & Flora B., Larrabee, Frederic 0. & Charlotte F. to Irvin M. & Elsie C. Koppen 3-2-67 NW 1/4 1499-28. Linde, A. R. & Elolse F. to Ida M. Pingel 3-2-67 SW 1/4 23-100-28. Martin, Sylvia, Wdw. to Florence M. Sorensen 3-1-67 S 7/12 O.P. lot 4 blk 5; Algona. McCorkle, Ray L. & Celena to Florence M. Sorensen 3-1-67 S 7/12 0. P. lot 4 blk 5. Mertz, J. B., Wdw. to Laurence & Margaret Kees 3-1-67 NE 1/4 18-95-29. Montag, Agnes, wdw. to Martin R. & Mary Elizabeth Duffy 3-4-67 SW 1/4 NE 1/4 Si W 1/2 SE 1/4 20-95-30. Montag, Agnes, Wdw. to Raphael & Harold Montag 3-4-67 E 1/2 SE 1/4 of 20-95-30. Montag, Mary & Ferdinand to Raphael & Harold Montag 3-367 E 1/2 SE 1/4 20-95-30. Montag, Mary & Ferdinand to Martin R. & Mary Elizabeth Duffy 3-3-67 SW 1/4 NE 1/4 Si W 1/2 SE 1/4 20-95-30. Petersen, Roy A. & Darlene F. to Leon L. Nelson & LaVonne J. Anderson 3-1-67 NE frl 1/4 6-98-30. Potter, Murl D. & Marjorle to John B. & Gertrude Grandgenett 3-1-67 Call's 3rd Add. lot 9 blk 1; Algona. Seeman, Irvin L. Si Lula M. to Larry D. & Donna J. Johnson 2-28-67 S 12' lot 25 blk 2 & all of Exc. S 12' lot 26 blk 2 Call's Park Add., Algona. St. Benedicts Roman Catholic Church, St. Benedict to LeoE.,' Ralph E. Si Alvin A. Bormann 3-1-67 Undiv. int In. NW 1/4 24-95-28. Tletz, Rudolph H & Clara A. to Murl D. & Marjorlo Potter 3-3-67 Bell's Add. lot 3 Algona. Von Bank, Edward & Gladys & Chrlstena sgl. to Arlo E. Si Marilyn A. Grimm 3-2-67NE 1/4 12-94-30. Wichtendahl, Edwin & Viola & Wllmer & Edna to Alvin, Harold & Elmer Rlggert 3-1-67 SE 1/4 exc. see rec. 3-96-30. Zerbe, Florence L & D. J. to Larry D. Si Donna J. Johnson 2-28-67 S 12' lot 25 blk 2 & all of exc. S 12' lot 26blk 2 Call's Park Add., Alg. Dlers, George & Gertrude to John W. Si Mary K. Bauer 3-167 All of Blk 30 & 31 & W 68' of Blk 32 Western Town Lot Go's 1st add. to & Resub- dlv. of OL 1 Si 2 Bancroft. Madden, Lloyd Si Jeannine D. to Janyce Kelly 3-7-67 NW Frl 1/4 exc. E 1/2 7-99-30. Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines, at THE UPPER DBS MOINES PUB. CO. in Algona-competitive catalog prices. USS ELDORADO (AGC-11) Feb. 27 -- Electronics technician third class Thomas J. Zaugg, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius E. Zaugg of 322 S. Smith St., Algona, participated in Operation Deckhouse VI off the Coast of Quang Ngai Province, Vietnam, as a crewmember aboard the amphibious command ship Eldorado. His ship served as flagship and command center for the Commander of the Seventh Fleet Amphibious Force, who observed the assault. Deckhouse VI was a search and destroy operation aimsd at a major infiltration point for enemy troops and supplies along the northern coast of South Vietnam. The area contained fortified bunkers, trench systems and an extensive salt production industry controlled by the enemy. As the Marine landing team pushed inland, the Eldorado stood offshore with other naval elements and performed her vital role as communications link between the ships and mijor commands involved in the operation. Heads I.S.U. Unit Howard Person, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Person of Swea City, has teen named president of Lindstrom House at Iowa State University, a man's residence. Bellinger, Hilda & Kenneth to Alvin, Riggert, Harold 4 Elmer 3-1-67 SE 1/4 exc. see rec. 3-96-30. Bullock, Glee H. it Beulah to Donald M. Bonnstetter 3-4-67 0. P. lot 6 blk 4; Burt. Carlson, Mildred I. 4 Raymond • A. to Ernest t Mary Ann Van Weelden 3-1-67 NE 1/4 296-27. Connors, Alice & Neal to Martin R. & Mary Eliz. Duffy 3-367 SW 1/4 NE 1/4 ti SE 1/4 20-95-30. Cornell College to William W. & Caroline K. Tokheim 3-2-67 NW 1/4 4 NW 1/4 NE 1/4 21100-29. Deibler, Charlie R. & Jennie H. to Mae Raney 3-6-67 W 20 A. of that pt. of NW 1/4 see rec. 3-55-28. Dontje, Henrietta, wdw. to Melbourne J. Haag 3-3-67 NW 1/4 of 20-&S-28 see rec. Duffy, Martin R. fc Mary Eliz. to Raphael i Harold Montag 33-67 E 1/2 SE 1/4 of 20-95-30. Fickbohm, Dorothy iTnomas to Alvia, Harold i Elmer Rlg- gert 3-1-67 SE 1/4 exc. see rec. 3-96-30. Gisch, Nina M. i Lawrence I., Jr. to Lorena Frideres 3-167 S 1/2 SW 1/4 & S 1/2 NE 1/4 SW 1/4 30-95-29. Grace Baptist Church to Orlo E. Zwiefel 3-7-67 O. P. lot 8 HARRISONS NOVELTIES MADE LARGE MANY NEW BASKETS AND GRASS TO MAKE YOUR OWN BASKETS CHOCOLATE HOLLOW MOLD 8, SOLID CHOCOLATE NOVELTIES CANDY RABBITS - DUCKS - EGGS FOR YOUR EASTER FESTIVITIES rncctK^ NAPKINS TABLE COVERS PLATES TALLIES CUPS, ETC. RABBITS EASTER EGG BONN HARRISON'S * ALGONA'S LEADING VARIETY STORE *

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