The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1967 · Page 8
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Storm Losses Heavy Over County Reports of loss were stmminj; Into local Insurance, offices this week as a result of Sunday ait? r- noon's cyclone (or tornado) wt.icJi caused widespread damage in parts of Kossuth county. The heart of the storm, «t,icj; fortunately didn't reach proportions similar to Uiose \<t.itf, struck Albert Lea,\Vasecs,CVx- tonna and several other souther?. Minnesota cities and communities, plus areas surrounding Mason City, was apparently it Sexton. A check with Kossutt Muiu.vl Ins. Co. here at mid-n-.orr.ing Tuesday showed an extensive iis; of persons who sustained losses during the storm here. Here is that list: Algona - Joseph Wadleiph. c.nl- and windows; Mrs. Mary Warmbier, dwelling windows, crib, barn, hog house and machine house; J. C. Mawdsley, dwelling windows; Aaron Steussy, windows; John and Wm. Wagner, windows on heat houser, hog feeder, hay bunk; Elizabeth Seller, dwelling and machine house shingles; Mrs. Mary Seller, barn demolished. George Roeder, windows, brooder house, eave spouts; C. W. Arndorfer, windows in various buildings; Albert Tech, tree fell on plow, corn planter and seed box; E. A. Schemel, hog house, barn roof, eave spouts; Joseph Klemm Estate, elevator upset, poultry house, dwelling and barn windows; Robert Mayer,brooder house; A. N. Erpelding, quonset door torn off, shingles, machine hoe; Eischen Bros., hay rack and bale rack. Mrs. Anna Eischen, barn twisted, windows, granary, garage, house siding, machine house; Henry Pfeffer, TV antenna, dwelling windows, siding; Evelyn Froehlich, barn destroyed, machinery, dwelling glass and hail damage; Mark Stanton, poultry house off foundation, machine house roof off, garage leaning, wiring, dwelling windows; Carl Paetz Estate, antenna, dwelling windows, roof on car port, machine house, hog houses. William Paetz, antenna; Kathleen McEnroe, hay mow door on barn; Pearl Asa, building damage; Bryan Asa, hog house, cattle barn, windows; Tom Ellefson, windows, shingles, dwelling siding, poultry house leaning; S. H. Arndorfer, crib addition down, roof off crib, windows, brooder house and wash house windows. Richard Kuecker, machine shed door; H. G. Rleken Heirs, house shingles; Dennis Olson, dwelling storm door glass; Mrs. E. L. Haggard Estate, wiring, corn crib, hog house roof. LuVerne — Emma Krause, poultry house, hog house, windows, crib, dwelling door, hail damage to dwelling; James Capesius, garage total loss; Thees Schnakenberg, windows broken, elevator blown over; Percy Brink, dwelling glass, storm door, barn glass, garage glass, hog house; Alfred G. Miller, dwelling windows, hail damage to dwelling, roof off crib, eaves off cattle shed, loading chute. Bode - Joe Berte, dwelling aluminum siding and windows; Irene Bormann, antenna. Wesley - Cink Bros., steel bin, shingles off shop and machine house, gas barrel and stand, dwelling siding damaged by hail, machine house door torn off. Irvington- Frankl Farm, windows, crib; John Schnakenberg, dwelling windows. Sexton - Glen Gabrielson, dwelling windows, mud ana water damage; Don Mains, hog house down, corn crib doors, dwelling windows; Charles McMahon, machine house demolished and blown into granary, portable hog house, windows, dwelling siding and storm door by hail. Burt - Ray Cunningham, catle barn gone, crib roof, hail damage; Louis Hansen, brooder house, dwelling paint ana windows, hog house, portable tog house. Livermore - Allan G. Foth, poultry house, hog house moved off foundation. Benwick - Hugh R. Haverly, damage to garage shingles, hog house. At the time this list was compiled, other reports were being processed, not only at Kossuth Mutual, but at other insurance offices in the area. As is true each time such a storm strikes an area, there will never be any figure available on total value of property damaged or destroyed. Truck Mishap A truck driven by Angel O. Cervantes, 52, Blue Earth, Minn., which was backing out, collided with another truck driven by George J. McVay, 51, Algona, at 3;36 p. m. Tuesday on East McGregor street here. 8—Algeria (la.) Uppsr Dti Molnei Thursday, May 4, 1967 Golden Bear Award Winners Are Announced Singled out for recognition l-y coaches during the annual Gar- ng-ar. Booster Club Rir.quet We,i- nesday night, April Cf, were the following Athletes, cheerleaders, managers and trailers: MAJOR AWAKD WINNERS Football - JACK Dahlhauser, Wayne Frideres, Mark Goeti, Steve Kollasch, Gene Lickteig, Dick Muller, Bill Reding, Bob Schmitt, Jim Youngwirtn, Mike Crotty, Dave McCarthy, Jack Muller, Kevin O'Brien, Jerry Plathe, Bill Richier, Tom Black, John Winkel and Dan Owens CTr.). Track - Dick Bieich, Larry Dahlhauser, Jerry McCarthy, Mark Goetz, Neil Nurre, Bill Reciing, Bob Schmitt, Dave McCarthy, Bill Obrecht, Kevin O'Brien and Tom Black. Basketball - Joe Becker, Don Courtney, Brian LaBarre, Dave McCarthy, Dick Muller, Jack Muller, ' Mike Nitchals, BUI Reding, Jim Youngwirth and Dwigtit Gilbride (Mgr.)and Wayne Frideres (Mgr.). BasebaU - Bill Milder, Don Potthoff, Denny Long, Mike Lickteig, Chuck Geilenfeld, Dick Salz, Steve Eischen, Dick Muller, BUI Reding, Jack Muller and Joe Becker. Golf - Bob Smith, Brian LaBarre, John Hamilton and Mark Erpelding. CHEERLEADERS Football - P. McGuire, M. Berte, B. Lickteig, J. Crotty, K. Boudewyns, A. Penton and B. Winkel. Basketball - P. McGuire, S. Stoffel, B. Lickteig, B. Winkel, J. Crotty, S. Nelson and K. Boudewyns. MINOR AWARDS Football - Bob Bestenlehner, Steve Erpelding, Mike Elbert, Jim Lallier, John Mertz, Mike SchUtz, Mike Welp, Dave Zeimet, Jim Berger, Jerald Besch, Jim Ecudewyns, Darrell Brown, Joe Detrick, Tim Elbert, Mike Hanson, Larry Hilbert, Marvin Kohl- tuas, Luke Kollasch, John McGuire, Steve Mergen, Steve Youngwirth and Steve Reding. fiisketball - Tom Black, Jim Larger, Tim Elbert, Mike Elbert, Jim Fickbohm, Yen) Kollasch, Mike McEnroe, John McGuire, John Mertz, Kevin O'Brien, Jim Walker, Steve Winger! and John Winkel. Jrack - Dick Muller, John Studer, Mike Elbert, Vern Kollasch, Jim Lallier, Jack Muller, Jerry Plathe, Steve Reding, Mike Schiltz, Dave Zeimet, Jim Berger, Denny Mertz and Joe Schmitt (Mgr.). SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS Football - G. Forbes, P. Crowley, M. Hinken, S. Reding and M. Bestenlehner, Basketball - G. Forbes, B. Stoffel, D. Plathe, B. McGuire, D. Eischen and B. Bormann. Garrigan Wins CYO Golf Meet Garrigan High School captured its second straight CYO Golf Tournament at Fonda Tuesday with a score of 156. CoachSteve McCall's team, which won the 1966 tournament with a 157, successfully defended their title against 12 challenging teams, including Carroll Kuemper, 160, St. Edmonds, 172, and Sioux City Heelan, 173. John Hamilton shot a 36 to win medalist honors for the tournament. Hamilton birdied the first hole In a playoff to win the crown. Brian LaBarre, the 1966 runner-up, shot a 40 as did Danny Owens and Mark Erpelding. Coach McCall was well pleased with the score registered, despite unusually cold and windy conditions. The Bears next engagement will be the Sectional Tournament at Humboldt Saturday. Young Trackmen Two *™ , Cases n r j n i Are Filed In Run Good Relay District court In Victory Algona High School's track team won all but four events on the way to a 100 2/3 - 29 1/3 victory over Sentral in a dual meet here Thursday, April 27. The locals under Coach Don Camenisch were to compete in the Bronco Relays at Belmond Tues., then hosted Emmetsburg in a dual meet Wednesday, with a trip to the District Meet at Eagle Grove winding up the busy week this weekend. Action at Eagle Grove will result In winners and runners-up advancing to District competition. Johnson of Sentral won the 880 and long jump, Hassel won the high hurdles and the 880 yard relay team also came through, but Algona showed too much all-around strength and won handily. Larry Munger of the Bulldogs was also a double winner, taking both the 220 and 440, while Dean Teeter won the mile and turned in a fine job as anchor man for the medley relay team. A win by the 2-mile relay team in the time of 8:57 also pleased Coach Camenisch. Sloniker Leads AHS Golfers To First Win Kim Sloniker led Algona High's golfers to their first win of the season at Emmetsburg Thursday, April 27, as he fired a 42 in a triangular victory over Emmets- burt and Graettinger. The Bulldogs posted a 178 total, while Emmetsburg came in with a 190 and Graettinger a 191. Meet medalist was Chuck Moran of Graettinger with a 38. Other Algona scores included Don Hagen 44, Steve Chrischil- les and Bruce Olson 46, and Craig Taylor 56. "Kossuth County'i Favorite Newspaper" MAKE HARRISON'S YOUR MOTHER'S DAY GIFT HEADQUARTERS 8 Piece Fancy Crystal SNACK SETS 4 cups 4 trays Set Newest Spring Styles LADIES PURSES Spring Shades Including White $1.98 & $2.98 Fancy Trim-Solid or Prints LADIES SLEEPWEAR FANCY GOWNS Waltz Length or Full Leng.:, $1.98 & $1.98 i Lawn Chairs $3.66 Chaise Lounge $6.99 Buy Both for $9.99 £*4>H49«^M^M«W<?M£>*9*0««'M«>M^H^M New Shipment Just Received SPRING JEWELRY ea. I9cl or Buy the Set for$l Necklace or Earrings Tailored or Fancy Lace Trim FANCY SLIPS sizes 32-44 & COMPLETE SELECTION OF MOTHER'S DAY GREETING CARDS _ FROM 5e to $1.00 __ HARRISON'S if ALGONA'S UADING VAR5ETY STORE * George Gade, plaintiff, is seeking a judgment for $2,500 from the J. C. Penney Co., defendant, as the result of an alleged fall in front of the firm's store here March 23, 1966, which was due to snow and ice on the sidewalk. The plaintiff charges the defendant was negligent and that he sustained loss of work, doctor, hospital and medical bills as a result of the fall. East Lawn Memorial Gardens, plaintiff, is asking confirmation of title to land in the other action, with Memorial Gardens Ass'n., defendant. Sheldon Man Heart Victim, Algona Hotel A 64-year old Sheldon man, Arnold ,T. Arends, succumbed to a heart attack at the Algona Hotel about 1:45 a. in. Wednesday. Final rites for him were pending at McCullough's Funeral Chapel here at press time. Mr. Arends, a former farmer who during recent years had been a railroad employee, was on his way downstairs at the hotel at the time of his death. He collapsed on the third step from the bottom and died almost at once. He has suffered previous heart attacks, according to information received here. It is probable funeral services will be held at Sheldon. Is State Line Girls' Winner Lincoln-Central of Gruver dethroned defending champion Tl- tonka by a 7 1/2 point edge in the State Line Conference girls' track moet at Burt Tuesday. SCORING Lincoln-Central Tltonka Sentral Burt Lakota Woden-C. Lake 95 1/2 88 481/2 401/2 26 24 1/2 Winners representing Kossuth county schools entered in the meet included: Hoover, Tltonka, 190-6, softball throw; Budlong, Tltonka, 80-1, discus; Ackerman, Tlt- onka, 2:42.4, 880; Titonka, 1:55. 8, 880 relay; Sentral, :46.7, 320 shuttle relay; Tltonka, :57.6, 440 medley relay; Tltonka, 2:03. 8, 880 medley relay; Tltonka, :56.9, 440 relay; and Burt, 4:51. 5, mile relay. Grand Opening Vogel's Cardinal Food Store, Burt, Is celebrating Its Grand Opening this weekend. Owner Willis Vogel has moved to a newer building on Burt's main street and has completely remodeled and redecorated the facilities. Full detlals of the event are announced In this Issue of the UDM. LAST CALL FOR SEED POTATOES ALSO, FREE GROCERY DELIVERY TWICE DAILY I EAST END GROCERY ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 5-3762 GIVE YOUR FIELDS A BREAK! And, cut your workload in half! A quick trip over your plowed fields with a BRADY Field Cultivator gives you the finest seedbed you've ever known. 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