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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1967
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Det Moinei Thursday, April 13, 1967 Bulldogs 93, S-City 36 In Dual Track Opener Algona High School's young track team annexed 12 firsts out of 17 events on the way to a lop-sided, 93-36 victory over Swea City in the season opener here on a chilly afternoon Tuesday. Coach Don Camenisch and his thinlies will travel to Eagle Grove for the annual Eagle Relays this afternoon and evening, then will host Twin Rivers here in another dual meet next Monday at 4:30 p. m. Only double first place winner in the Algona-Swea City meeting was Briggs of the Trojans, who won the pole vault with an 8-6 effort (as no other vaultersinthe field could make the starting height) and a :20.4 clocking in the 120-yd. high hurdles. The Bulldogs took four out of five relay events, split the high and low hurdles and dashes and won four of five field events from the Trojans on the way to the win. Included in the relay victories was a win by a "gym class 1 ' team in the 440. Here are the first and second place finishers: 100- Braddock SC, rll.l; Mike Belts AHS. 220- Johnson SC, :24.5; Rich Black AHS. 440-Bill Boldridge AHS, :60.2; Dean Lowman AHS. 880-Larry Munger AHS, 2:14.8; Mark Olson AHS. Mile - Steve Chrischilles AHS, 5:23; Bruce Bennett AHS. 120 yd. highs -Briggs SC, :20.4; Randy Bleich AHS. 180 yd. lows-Ferris Fett AHS, :23.8; Tom Laing AHS. High jump-Rod Rogert AHS, 5-4; Thoreson SC. Discus - Phil Bode AHS, 108-7 1/2; Mike French AHS. Shot put-Mike Dreyer AHS, 42-2; Brad Farnham AHS. Pole Vault-Briggs SC, 8-6. Long jump - Rich Black AHS, 17-3; Anderson SC. 440 relay - AHS, :52.3. 880 relay-SC, 1:44.2. Mile relay-AHS, 4:02. Medley relay-AHS, 4:05.7. 2-mile relay-AHS, 9:17. 7 Year Term For Man On Check Charge A false check for $47.14, which was passed some months ago at a Lakota service station, resulted in a seven year sentence at the men's reformatory at Anamosa for Jerry Brickley during district court action here Friday. Brickley, returned from California several weeks ago to face the charge, had originally entered a not guilty plea, but changed the plea to guilty and was sentenced by Judge Joseph Hand here. Appeal bond in the matter was set at $2,500. The defendant was also assessed court costs, which included sheriffs fees and expenses for returning him from California, $520.70. FOR FORMAL OCCASIONS Men's & Boys' FORMAL ATTIRE • PROMS • WEDDINGS Complete efficient rental for any formal event. Tuxedo or dinner jacket in all sizes — and special accessories. , r >HUB S~\ LEUmOLUmLIAMS L/< ALGONA,IOWA GUITAR LESSONS Anyone can learn to play with expert instruction and an easy-to-learn method. Call or stop in for complete information. TEEN DANCE 1 Friday, April 21 at VFW, featuring the Shymen. Stop in and register now for free albums to be given away the night of the dance. J & B MUSIC STORE 315 f. Staff Algono 295-5114 John Kayser Funeral Held In Oregon ST. JOE - John Kayser, 92, Yamhill, Ore., died March 26 and ftineral services were held at McMinnville, Ore., with Rev. Charles Borho officiating and burial at the Yamhill-Carlton cemetery. John Kayser was born Feb. 2, 1875 at Paris, France to Michael and Elizabeth Schuh Kayser. He came to the United States in 1881 with his parents and three sisters and settled at St. Joe in Kossuth county. A farm was purchased about three miles north of St. Joe. John never married. The homestead is still in the Kayser name. John owned a farm and operated it here until 1932 when he sold his personal property. He rented his farm and went to California, Oregon and British Columbia. Returning to California and then back to Iowa, living in Fort Dodge several years, and then returned to his farm for three years. He sold his farm and moved to Oregon in 1938. Attending funeral service we re Casper Kayser, Waseca, Minn,, Mrs. John Thul, St. Joe, and Mrs. Nick Eischen, St. Benedict, Sister M. Amalia, Dubuque, also survives. His parents, Michael and Elizabeth Kayser, sisters, Anna, Mrs. Kate Phillips, Mrs. Margaret nig and Cecelia Kayser and one brother, Peter, preceded him in death. T. J. Palmer Appointed To APPA Committee T. James Palmer of Algona Municipal Utilities has been appointed a member of the generation committee of the American Public Power Association. A. P. P. A is the national trade association of munlcpal and other locally-owned electric systems. It represents more than 1,400 electric utilities in the United States, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. A.P.P.A. committee projects cover practically every phase of electric utility operation. The committees provide an invaluable means of exchanging ideas on management and personnel, rates, power sales, public relations, generation, transmission, distribution, safety, communications, purchasing and other subjects. The generation committee, of which Mr. Palmer is a member, deals with all utility generating facilities. It serves as a technical clearinghouse for information on power generation, plans the generation program for engineering and ope ration worshop, and provides guidance for surveys on power costs. Boy, 7, Dies; Funeral Held At Whittemore WHTTTEMORE - Ronald Rasmussen, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rasmussen of Garden Grove, Calif., died at his home Wednesday, March 5, after suffering since birth from a heart ailment. He had undergone heart surgery a year ago. Funeral services were held Monday, March 10 in St. Paul's Lutheran church, with Rev.Cleo Kautsch officiating. Burial was in the Lutheran cemetery beside the grave of his twin brother. Schellhammer Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. He was born at Emmetsburg and had been living with his parents in Garden Grove, Calif, for the past several years. Besides his parents, Ronald is survived by a brother, Bruce; grandparents, Ellis Rasmussen living in Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lenz, Rodman; great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Dietrich, Emmetsburg. His twin brother died at birth. LONE ROCK Frank Mueller and Howard Mueller spent Wednesday evening at the A, A. Krueger home. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger spent the weekend at the Ronald Christensen home at Belgrade, Minn. Frank Mueller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller, who was stationed in Cuba until January and since then In North Carolina, was home on a 25-day leave. He left Thursday and is now at Camp Pendleton, Calif, for training. Bears Win Double Dual Track Meet Algona Garrigan captured a "double-dual" track meet at Ft. Dodge St. Edmond Tuesday afternoon as they downed St. Edmond 58-46 and Carroll Kuemper 60-55 in the midst of coldy and windy weather conditions. Coach Beanie Cooper's Golden Bears face a busy weekend as they travel to Eagle Grove for the Eagle Relays Friday and then journey to Sioux City for the Diocesan C.Y.O. Relays Sunday. In the over-all standings, the Bears had four individual first place winners and two winning relay teams. The strongest event for Garrigan proved to be the 880-yard dash, where the Bears captured a clean sweep of the top three spots. Coach Cooper was pleased with the performance of two sophomores in particular. John Winkel anchored the winning 2-mile relay with a good 2:09 and later anchored the winning mile relay with a 54.9 despite the poor weather. Tom Black also turned in outstanding performances in the same two relays. Senior Bill Reding and junior Dave McCarthy were elected track co-captains for the season earlier this week. Results: 120 yd. highs-(3rd) L. Kollasch. 100-(4th)B. Obrecht. 2-mile relay- (1st) D. Smith, D. McCarthy, T. Black, J. Winkel; 8:47.9. 220-(2nd) N. Nurre, (3rd) B. Reding. Mile - (1st) K. O'Brien, 5:03.4; (2nd) B. Waldschmidt. 440-(1st) B. Reding, 55.1; Bridal Shower Friday, Burt Mary Martens, bride-to-be of Dennis Shipler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler, Burt, will be honored at an open house miscellaneous shower Friday evening, April 14, at the Burt Presbyterian church. No invitations are being sent, but the hostesses extend a cordial invitation to all friends and relatives to attend. Miss Martens and Mr. Shipler will be married April 22. (3rd) Obrecht; (4th) J. Youngwirth. 880-(1st) J. Walker, 2:15.1; (2nd) J. Becker; (3rd)D. Smith. Mile relay-(1st) Reding, 0- brecht, Black, Winkel; 3:47.9. High jump- (lst)D. McCarthy; 5' 5". Long Jump- (2nd) B. Obrecht. all attended the recent wedding of Connie Pech and John Barker of Swea City at Armstrong. The young couple came to Algona to see Chris Jenseni .'••••-o- FETE GUEST.- .- ' Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith have had as guest from Wednesday till Sunday last week, Mrs. F. J. Streit, Cellna, Ohio. Friday she washonoree at aluncheon given by Mrs. Donald Hutchison and Mrs. Smith at the Algona Country Club at which there were 16 guests. Four tables of bridge played at Mrs* Hutchison's following the luncheon. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Theodore Hutchison entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. - o A Mother-Daughter tea is being held by the Methodist women April 16 in the church dining room. Women in charge are Mrs. Robert Williams, Mrs. Frank Moulton and Mrs. R. W. McCullough. MR. AND MRS. Glenn Rike have heard from their son, Brian, who is in the engineering department, that he reached Vietnam April 5. He has been In service since last October. CORRECTION! A story In the UDM Tuesday stated that as part of the settlement of a divorce in district court here, the plaintiff, Ethel D. Hardt, received a quit claim deed to real estate. Actually, the quit claim deed went to the defendant, Marlin D. Hardt. P £ 5 ocvct-v? HAS BIRTHDAY Mrs. Kenneth Besch observed a birthday anniversary April 12 and had as luncheon guests her mother, Mrs. Harold Carlson, and sisters, Mrs. Jerry Schmidt, Ottosen, Mrs. Pat Schuller, Mallard, and Mrs. -Herbert Miller, • Rolfe. . ' '' ; - o DAVID EVERIST, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Gary Everist had as weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Everist, Marshalltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Benson and Paul, Spencer. It was an observance of the third birthday of David and the guests are his grandparents. - o COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis were hosts to their Couples Club Saturday evening. High score prize went to Ed Ruhnke, low to Bill Lampright and travel to BUI Studer. - o DINNER GUESTS Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Anderson, Omaha, Mrs. Ralph Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. William Lawrence, Ft. Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis and family. - o PLAY BRIDGE Mrs. Pearl Potter is entertaining her bridge club this evening CThursday). - o HOST SON Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonnette are being visited by their son, Sgt. Larry Bonnette and wife. He has been in Vietnam and after jungle training in Panama will be sent there again. Sunday night, the Robert Bonnettes entertained at a fish dinner and had as guests the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bonnette and Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Peterson. CARD CLUB Mrs. Mary Clnk entertained her card club Wednesday. The club met with Mrs. Rose Sabin the previous week. - o - PLAYED 500 Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Steele entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. Three tables were In play and members are Messrs, and Mesdames J. B. Asa, Lyle Steele, John Thompson, Anton Dldrlksen, Mrs. Myrtle Lighter and Mrs. Grace Jackman. DELPHIAN SOCIETY The regular meeting of the Delphian Society has been postponed a week and will be held April 25 with Mrs. Lloyd Robinson. The program will be given by Ruth Bay. DINNER HONORS situ-- Mr. and Mrs. Don McGinnis came from Fulton, M., where both teach In the school system, for the weekend and to attend the farewell dinner given at the Algona Country Club April 8 for Don's father, Cecil McGinnis, who has retired from his position with the gas company here. Several of the officers of the company came from St. Paul and with the Algona company personnel numbered about 60 who attended the dinner. - o - ATTEND WEDDING - Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth have been visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Huber, Delhi, and HOSPITAL NEWS APRIL 4 - Admitted: Mrs. Louisa Murphy, Tamara Black, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Lannie Miller and baby, West Bend. APRIL 5 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butterfleld, Algona, girl, 7 pounds, 12 3/4 oz.; admitted: Carol Adams, Harry Barton, Elmer Sonksen, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Martha Haas, Burt; Bruce Rosen- steil, Tamara Black, Algona; Mrs. Annie Thul, Bode; transferred to Mason City: Kathleen Murray, Bancroft. APRIL 6 - Admitted: Keith Eischen, Llvermore, medical; Nancy Morrell, Alex Reefer, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. David Van Ginkel and baby, Elmer Sonksen, Algona. APRIL 7 - Admitted: John Voss Sr., Algona. APRIL 8 -Dismissed: Willie Rlcklefs, Titonka; Alex Reefer, Nettle Fisher, Dean Parrott, Mrs. Walter Adams, Algona; expired; John Voss, Sr., Algona. APRIL 9 - Admitted: Kevin McGuire, Bancroft, surgery; Lucille Dorweiler, Algona, medical; APRIL 10 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Randy Leininger, Algona, boy, 8 pounds, 9 1/2 OK;.; admitted: Mrs. James Gatton, Lu- Verne, medical; Mrs. Don McGuire, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Louisa Murphy, Mary Kaln, Mrs. Ben Butterfield and baby, Mrs. Louisa Lleb, Algona, MRS. H. M. SMITH took Mrs. F. J. Streit, Celina, Ohio, to Ft. Dodge after her visit here of a few days. Mrs. Streit planned to stop in Rockford, HI. enroute to visit a sister. MR. AND MRS. Walter Klamp and Mrs. Albert Reid went to Ft. Dodge Monday to see Mr. Reid at Lutheran hospital. He is a surgical patient MR. AND MRS. Ed Blumer have been visited by Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sigler and daughter, Julie. WE RENT FORMAL PROM ATTIRE Shawl collar dinner coat, dark trousers complete set. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW ZENDER'S Of, NOW...FREE WITH PURCHASE OF ANY CALORIC OR ROPER GAS RANGE... A $29.95 CALORIC CUB PORTABLE ULTRA-RAY BROILER . . . 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