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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1967
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10-Algono, (la.) Upper Des Moinei Thursday, May 11, 1967 Baseball Practice For AHS; Opener Is May 19 Baseball Coach Keith Christie of Algona High School expects to open baseball drills this weekend. He will greet all prospects at the first practice - and get right to work readying for a 23- game slate that opens May 19 with a trip to LuVerne. The Fresh-Soph squad will report later and will have a 12- game schedule opening June 5 against Eagle Grove here. All varsity home games will begin at 6:30 p.m. Hare are the two schedules: VARSITY M.iy 19 Lu Verne (T) May 25 LuVerne (H) May 29 Clarion(T) June 2 Humboldt (T) June 6 Iowa Falls (H) June 8 M;ison City (H) June 9 Eagle Grove (H) June 12 Clear Lake (H) June 14 Hampton (T) June 1C Webster City (T) June 19 West Bend (H) June 20 Clarion(H) June 23 Humiwldt (H) June 24 M.irshaltown (T) June 2G Iowa Falls (T) June 28 Eagle Grove (T) June 30 Clear Lake (T) July 3 Hampton (H) July 5 LuVerne (T) July 7 WybsterClty(H) July 11 Wist Bend (T) July 12 Sectional tournament July 19 Emmetsburg (T) July 21 Emm-Dtsburg (H) FRESH-SOPH June 5 June 7 June 9 June 12 June 13 June 16 June 19 June 21 June 23 June 27 June 30 July 6 Eagle Grove (H) Humboldt (T) Emmetsburg (T) Mason City (T) Clarion (H) Emmetsburg (H) Eagle Grove (T) ' Humboldt (H) West Bend i (T) Clear Lake CO West Bend (H) Clear Lake (H) Waller Awarded Drake Athletic "D" Trophy Eight athletes ware among the several score of Drake University students and alumni who were recognized Monday at the university's annual honors convocation. Tom Waller, senior football letterman from Algona, received the HolmesCowper trophy, awarded to the graduating "D" Club member who has been a varsity team msmber as a senior and who has the highest scholastic standing during his college career. The Harold Ebert medal-went to Jim Fox, basketball reserve from St. Louis, Mo. It is presented to the varsity basketball player who has placed "service above self." National "D" Club grants for board and room expenses were presented to four athletes: Bill Hoffman, Mokena, m., captain- elect of next fall's football team; Bob Graff, wrestler from Cohasset, Minn.; Bob Beverly, No. 1 tennis player from Wayne, HI., and Dick Minors, baseball player from Skokie, HI. Greg Anders, football senior from Cicero, HI, received the honor D Club award for outstanding contribution to the D. Club and the university during his four years at Drake. D.ive Carlson, Valparaiso, Ind. senior and captain of the track team, was winner of the Tom Rivers award, presented for leadership and contributions to the Drake track program. To State Track As a result of times turned in at other District Track Meets, Garrigan High School's John Winkel, 880, and the medley relay team qualified for the State Meet at Eagle Grove May 20, despite third place finishes in the District there last weekend. The announcement was made by Coach Beanie Cooper Monday. Fish Survey In an attempt to determine the species composition and effects of winter kill, the biology section of the State Conservation Commission is conducting a survey of fish in this area. Fish are taken with an electrical shocker, length and weight recorded and scale samples taken to determine age. Bears Dipped Rlngsted golfers defeated Garrigan Monday 170-175. Rick Reed and Monty Miller both had scores of 40 while John Peitersun and Ronald Pedersen both scored 45's for Ringsted. Brian LaBarre was low man for Gar rigan with a 42. Johnnies Win Sectional B6 Crown Monday St. Johns of Buicroft blanked Goldfield 3-0 In Sectional finals Monday at Bancroft. Charles Farrow lilt a double, Dick Diers, two singles, Tom Nemmers, one single and Don Meyer two singles for St. Johns with pitcher Dick Diers striking out five men aiul walking three. N'eil Mandsager started pitching for Goldfield but was relieved in the thinJ Inning by Romsey. Hill Huistnan made both tilts for Goldfield; a single and a double. St. Johns '.'.ill now play the winner of the sectional at Foil- Plan Sale Of Swim Tickets Here June 14 Frank Moulton, recreation director, has announced that the Algona swimming pool will hold an advance season ticket sale Thursday through Sunday, June 1-4. Ticket prices will be as follows: 11 years and under - $5; 12 years thru 1C yrs. - $6; 17 years and older - $7; family ticket-$20. These prices are good only during the advance sale and will raise one dollar for individual and three dollars .for the family ticket after June 4. Advance tickets will be on sale between the hours of 9 a. in. and 6 p. m. each day. The family ticket includes all members of the family through 18 years of age and the parents, those older than 18 years must purchase an individual ticket of their own. The pool will open Saturday, June 10. Pool hours will be 2 p. m. until 9:30 p. m., seven days a week. Swimm'ng lessons will be offered again this year with information relating to them coming out at a later date. Beanie Cooper, athletic director and football and track coach at Garrigan High School, will again manage the pool this year. Bill Bartlett, Jim Johnson and Mary Ann Erpeldlng will return from last year's staff of guards joined by Lynn Taylor and two guards yet to be named. Anyone requesting additional information relating to the swimming pool or program should contact Beanie Cooper. Miss Algona Pageant Set For June 24 The Algona Jaycees announced today plans for their 1967 Miss Algona Pageant to be held Saturday, June 24, in Algona. Ten girls are expected to vie for the crowa of Miss Algona and represent the local Jaycees in the Kossuth-Winnebago Contest to be held at Swea City in July. The festivities will get underway with a parade of the contestants down State street at 10 a.m. The Pageant will be climaxed by the crowning of Miss Algona at the high school auditorium with the program beginning at 8 p.m. A scholarship fund is being set up by the Jaycees and will be awarded to the winner and runner-up of the local contest. Tickets are now ou sale and can be purchased from any of the Algona Jaycees or may bo picked up at Wiltgen Jewelers, Bomgaars or Graham's D apartment Store. Bob Bomgaars, Mark Seeley, Bob Post, Paul Bode and Walt Turchin make up the committee for the Jaycee sponsored event. Wool Payments Payments to Kossuth fanners under the 196G National Wool program totaled $14,089.81, according to figures just released from 'he County ASCS office. Susan Leff Is Shower Honoree At Lone Rock LONE ROCK- A miscellaneous shower was given Saturday even- Ing, May 6, at the Presbyterian church In honor of Susan Lett, who Is soon to marry David Weber. Bertha Newbrough Introduced the honored guests and corsages were given to the bride-to-be and Mrs. Weber. Susan Blanchard and Mary Lee Madison sang two songs. An operation skit was put on by Floy Marlow, representing Dr. David Weber, Neva Sliaser representing Dr. Susan Leff, Gladys CCDonnell, representing Mrs. Leta Weber on whom the mock surgery was performed, and Mrs. Adela Thompson was the nurse representing Lois Miller. Since David and his fiance, Susan Leff, are both to be doctors, this was very appropriate. Mrs. Bertha Newbrough reada poem. Guests were registered by Jeanette Miller. Mary Miller registered the gifts as David and Sue opened them. Cindy and Karen Weber and Judy Miller carried the gifts. Lois Miller poured at the tea table. Hostesses were Mrs. Ella Cherland, Ruth Wehrspann, Luella Schadendorf, Edythe Cotton, Roy Jensen, Mary Weber, Edna Johannesen, Julia Thompson, Mary Schmidt, Lenora Meyer, Florence Schroeder, Relzlne Householder, Neva Thompson, Grace Fischer, Rosella Geitzenauer, Irene Lynch, Verna Marlow, Viola Marlow, Lucille Blanchard, Esther McCleish, Mabel Blanchard, Bertha Newbrough, Floy Marlow, Glady's O'Donnell, Neva Sliaser, Adela Thompson and Thelma Ramus. - o - Dawn Schultz, Minneapolis, was home this weekend visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz. Mollle Blanchard, Des Moines, visited this weekend at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. Eugene Blanchard, Omaha, was a weekend guest of his mother Mrs. Maude Blanchard. She has just returned home after spending three weeks in the Algona hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Whalen, Dolliver, visited Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Georgia Marlow. Special Sale Gambles store In Algona opened a special furniture store In the former Ron and Jack's building on North Dodge street here Thursday morning and will hold a sale there for the next 15 days. A special color section In today's Upper Des Moines announces the event. Swea Car Has $150 Damage, Sunday Crash An auto owned by William B. Pech, 50, Swea City, sustained an estimated $150 damage in a car-truck mishap reported to the sheriffs office here Monday morning. The mishap occurred lour miles south of Swea City at 4:45 p.m. Sunday when the Pech auto collided with a truck-tractor. Leonard M^no, 60, Swea City, was driver of the truck. He had parked the vehicle along the road and was pushing a loading chute across the road at the time. Pech couldn't stop his auto and struck the rear of the truck. There was no damage to the truck. Lay Leader Of United Church To Speak Here Jennie M. Doidge of St. Paul, Minn., a leading lay woman of the United Church of Christ, will speak at the United Chur cli of Christ, Congreational, Algona, at 1 following a 6 p.m. pot-luck supper next Wednesday night, May 17. Miss Doidge has just returned from her second world tour and will be bringing a first-hand current report of the Chrisitan Church overseas "in action" and to tell how it is meeting today's problems on the social, economic, educational and spiritual fronts." The general public is invited to attend. Licenses To Wed Four wedding licenses were issued by County Clerk Alma Pearson this week. They went to Stephen Packard and Joanna Norcross; and Douglas C. Ford and Mary M. McDonnell, May 4; Glenn J. Hsnry and Barbara Grosch, May 5; and Lawrence G. Cox and Verna M. Maass, May iiituniiioiiiiiifliniiniii! imMllflnilliimnnnii AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHIERK TRUMAN SIMPSON underwent serious surgery at Veterans hospital In Des Moines Tuesday. MRS. J. D. BURNS went to Des Moines Tuesday and brought her husband home after his check-up at Veterans hospital there. MR. AND MRS. J. C. Everds attended the Veishea celebration at Ames last weekend. They were Joined by their son, Joe, who came from Topeka, Kans., and their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Everds and daughter, Susan, of Allison. The sons and their families were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everds over the weekend. IN DUPLICATE BRIDGE May 1, top scores were held by Mrs. Pfeffer and Mrs. Kunz, Wesley; second were Mr. Kerber and Mr. Paul, Emmetsburg; and third, Jackie Muller and Helen Lalng. The next play will be May 18 at 7:45 p. m. at the Algona Legion hall. MRS. FRED LUPKES and Mrs. Jack Schulz attended the Mother's Day weekend at Cedar Falls where their daughters, Marlys and Pat are students at State College of Iowa. MR. AND MRS. H. W. Miller went to Owatonna, Minn., Saturday, where they attended the wedding of a niece of Mrs. Miller. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miller were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Copp of Groton, Conn. MR. AND MRS. Ernest Hutchison were hosts at Charlie's Supper Club Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Hutchison's 52nd birthday and the 27th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Hutchison. Attending were their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Hutchison, Clinton and Michelle of Marshalltown; also, Mr. and Mrs. Murl Wilson, Iowa Falls; Mr. and Mrs.ClydeChar- ette, Lake City, Minn.; and Mrs. Lewis Marshall. WEEKEND GUESTS of Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Pelrce were her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Guter Mich of Omaha, Nebr. MRS. WADE SULLIVAN and her daughter, Mollie, Mrs. W. B. (Bing) Mac Donald went to Emmetsburg Friday. On Saturday, they were hostesses with Mrs. Thomas M. Kelly and Mrs. Gilbert Knudson at a brunch for the wedding of Margaret Ann Kelly, daughter of Mrs. Edward A. and the late attorney Ed Kelly, who practiced here. Miss Kelly was married Saturday at 3 p. m. in St. Thomas Catholic church in Emmetsburg, to Michael Bear LEGAL NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9130 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Harvey Peck, Deceased. TO ALL INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Harvey Peck, Deceased ; You are hereby notified that on the 5th day of May, 1967, the last will and testament of Harvey Peck, deceased, bearing date of the 20th of January, I960, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Ronald C. Peck and Delia Welter were appointed executors of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of ti.e second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 5th day of May, 1967. Ronald C. Peck Delia Welter Executors of said Estate Algona, Iowa Delia Welter Attorney for said Executors Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 16th day of May, 1967. (37-38) of San Francisco. Those attending from Algona included Mr. and Mrs. Luke Linnan, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Shumway and Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick. MRS. DAVE) SMITH and Mrs. R. A. Cowan attended Mother's Day activities at the State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, where their daughters, Diane Smith and Cindy Cowan, are students 1/SGT. AND MRS. Robert Waldera, Fort Monmouth, N. J., are spending a few days at the R. G. Waldera home. They came to visit with L/Cpl. Ronald Waldera, who recently arrived from Vietnam, Mrs. G. Grant Dixon Jr. and little son and daughter have returned to their home at Western Springs, m. after 10 days spent with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berl E. Prlebe. St. Cecelia's sixth and seventh graders of Algona received a special citation for an outstanding score In the 19th annual School Safety Patrol contest conducted by the Motor Club of Iowa. This high score received In the contest was deserving of special recognition and thus merited a certificate of special commendation. State Highway Commission Survey Here Members of the State Highway Commission are expected to be In this area, according to Sen. Don Murray, Bancroft, who phoned the Upper Des Moines Monday afternoon, telling of the proposed visit. The commissioners are expected to study highway and bridge needs along state highways In Kossuth- and will also look into the possibility of lights at some of the dangerous Intersections. $600 Scholarship Robert Berkland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Berkland of Cylinder, has been awarded a $600 scholarship at Iowa State University, where he Is a freshman In chemical engineering. The grant Is from the Fisher Foundation. Hantelman, 68, Fenfon, Passes Martin Hwtelman, 68, Fenton, succumlied Wednesday morning at Holy Family hospital In Estherville w!iere he had been hospitalized for the past week. Funeral services will be held Friday at St. Luke's church, Fairrtlle, at 2 p. m. A complete obituary will appear In the next Issue of this paper. 300 At Whittemore Rally Of Zone Layman's League HOSPITAL NEWS imiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiniiniininniinniK" "mind MAY 2 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson, Algona, girl, 7 IDS., 3 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Erpeldlng, Whittemore, girl, 7 Ibs., 11 1/2 oz.j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kline, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs., 13 1/2 oz.; admitted: Henry Scheppman, Vivian Kent, Algona, medical; Lynn Erlck- son, Algona, surgery; dismissed, Kirk Cain, Dr. J. B. Harris, Lucille Johnson, Shirley Arend, Algona; Rhonda Roch- leau, Minneapolis ; Jerry Coady, Burt. MAY 3 - Admitted : Joyce Becker, Wesley, minor surgery; dismissed: Mrs. Leon Gade, Fred Kent, Sr., Algona. MAY 4 - Admitted: Kathy Dorweiler, Algona, medical ; dismissed: Maude Blanchard, Lone Rock; Maggie Thilges, Bode : Donna Besch, Algona. MAY 5 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reding, LuVerne, twins, expired; Elbert Cutler, Burt, medical; Axel Peterson, Fenton, medical; dismissed: • Lillian FENTON - The spring rally of the Lutheran Laymen's League, Algona zone, was held May 7 at St. Paul's Lutheran school gym with a 6:30 p. m. bano^et. There were 268 members and 32 guests present. Herbert Zumach, president of the Whittemore L.L.L. gave the welcome. The choir of St. Paul's church sang and there was group singing. The zone president, James Meyer, opened the business meeting. Election of officers was held with the following being re-elected: James Meyer, president; Vic Dau, secretary; Pastor Kautsch, pastoral adviser. Carroll WUlrett, Algona, was appointed zone membership supervisor and Paul Maas, LuVerne, was appointed zone Lutheran hour supervisor. The fall rally will be held at Trinity Lutheran church, Algona. The Algona L.L.L. will be the hostesses. Rev. R. F. Jenkins, pastor of Hope Lutheran church, Omaha, Nebr., spoke of the problems facing the Negro in America. Closing devotions were given by Rev. Kautsch. Those attending from Fenton were Rev. and Mrs. Rex Spicer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Struecker, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Borchardt, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener, Roy and Mabel Homann, Fred and Lizzie Meyer, Mrs. Helena Luedtke and Mrs. Wm. Wimers. Sales Short Course The Algona Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a customer relations course for Inside sales and service people. There will be five classes, each two hours long. The goal is to create better customer relations. The course will be taught by Dale Carnegie instructors. The first class will be on May 16th and enrollment is taking place now at the Chamber office. Hurt In Wreck PORTLAND - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith went to Boston, Mass, to be with their son, Jimmie Smith, who has been seriously injured in a car accident. They received word Sunday, but do not have the full particulars of the accident. To Tour 17 States Joel McNeill, rural Algona, a student at Iowa State U. in a- grlculture, is one of 34 who will leave May 28 for a tour of 17 states and Canada as members of the ISU Agriculture Travel Course. The course Is worth eight credits In agronomy and animal science. MAY 6 - Admitted: Fritz Nielsen, Harry Barton, Algona, medical; Esther Flaig, Lone Rock, medical. MAY 7 - Admitted: Edna Kollasch, Ledyard, medical ; Joseph Derner, West Bend, medical. MAY 8 -Admitted: Janette Arndorfer, Corwith, surgery; Cecil Todd, Bancroft, medical; John Zeller, Algona, medical; dismissed : Mrs. Sheila Reding, LuVerne; Guy Giddings, Lynn Erlckson, Algona, Algona; Edna Kollasch, Ledyard. GIGANTIC FURNITURE SALE BEGINS AT 9 A.M. THURSDAY, MAY 11 FOR 15 DAYS IN FORMER RON & JACK'S BLDG. NORTH DODGE ST. - ALGONA REGISTER FOR FREE GIFTS Open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. each night for your shopping convenience I SEE Special Color Section in Today's UDM If s full of values I nre^^ SISSY SHIFT . . . tailored for smart everyday wear is Kay Whitney's seersucker stripe . . . button closed bias front . . . bracelet length sleeves trimmed with lace . . . self belt. In Red/White or Blue/White. Sizes 9/1017/18, 12^-221/2. TEMPTING PRINT ... a delightful design by Kay Whitney in 100%, cotton featherweight print . . . neckline and armholes finished with contrast piping ... 4" hem . . . back zipper closing. In Red or Blue. 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