The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1967 · Page 2
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2-Algona (la.) Upper Dei Moinet Thursday, Aug. 10, 1967 Historical Society in Former Legion Building Golf Crown Here To Thoreson Due To Pars During Last Half Of Match The nev/ Kossuth County Historical Society headquarters has been transferred to the old American Legion building on South Dodge street in Algona, and for many weeks work has been progressing toward its grand opening. In the photos above, Mrs. Wayne Keith, who has helped in the process, stands Ix-side two displays which have teen completed. The spinning wheel carne from Maryland via the great- grandfather of Algona's first pioneer doctor, Thomas Stull. Hanging alxjve the main fireplace is a portrat of Asa Cyprus Call, the founder and first judge of Algona. In the bottom photo, Mrs. Keith stands beside an antique file of newspapers dating back to the 1870 era of Kossuth history. The old copies are fascinating texts of early Algona and the Upper Des Moines region. The Society is hoping to meet a Sept. 8 completion date, and Mr. C. R. Schoby, president of the organization, is arranging for a guest speaker at the ceremonies. (UDM Flashfotos) Football Dropped After Slim Seasons At Burt The end of an era, at least for the time being, came at Burt Tuesday when public school officials announced the high school there has dropped football as an interscholastic sport, iKjgiiuiing with the 19G7 fall season. Harry Haven, Supt. of schools at Burt, made the announcement, ending football there after a number of years. While success on the gridiron at Burt has been very limited in recent years, the Bears formerly were able to give most schools in the State Line Conference a rugged battle. During recent seasons, Burt has been hampered in its football program by a lack of squad members, often having far less than two full teams in uniform. Sears SKAHS. KOI.HITK AM) ( <). "Best Ifoys ORDER NOW ! MAKE SEARS YOUR BACK - TO - SCHOOL HEADQUARTERS Boys Perma - Prest JEANS Sizes 6 • 12 Student sizes 25-29" waist $2.99 Pr Boys Short Sleeve Perma • Prest SHIRTS Sixes 8 • 20 $2.79ea. 3 for/.98 Girls Perma - Prest DRESSES & JUMPERS $3.97 Boys or Girls CREW SOX 7 pr. in pkg. $1.96 THESE ARE JUST A FEW EXAMPLES OF BACK - TO - SCHOOL SAVINGS AT SEARS Sears Catalog Sales Office 115 E. State Tele. 295-3549 A stirring riii;. d^rir,:; the final l f > holes iiio-./e-J Dick T'r.-jr'S'Ai, -.t;-; triileri t/. a .VO mirnrj "Jter thr<i<; h'/i^s of f/lay, V> ;,ost a ".--i victor;, over Boh Srr.it;., ;,rorr.;si:.:; ;, ouster, is he iTi.-ifrXfr'j Ir.e ;j->lf chi.T.pior.shif, at Ah-or.d Cvj.-.tr;. Clu'r receritly. The vi'.tor;. cirne after .i^reat sho-. of he^rt o;. the former jet pilot, •;.:/, 'i:-;r.'t ieid ir. the match unto the 2 f yth hole r.a.'i :• one on the score cards. By ''•"inriirisf, Thoreson iiso ijairie-; the ri?ht to represent the local cl'Jh at the State Tournament of Champions at Atlantic "August 13-20. Thoreson 'io'Tte-i Dr. LeRoy Strohrr.ar. an-i Smith dcmTtd Dr. James Harris, Jr. in trie semifinals to rr.-;ve into the sche-hile'J 3 f j-hoie c:iirr.,-,i',r,s:.i;; match. The l',n?-bai; hitting Smith had little trouble ho;-iin| a lead after the first 15 h',ies as he -von .vjir/r^rs ".%, t»o arid three hut a 5-f-,ot hiroie putt by Thoreson on the ISt'r. cut the margin to 2-M,'. Thoreson accepteu the challenge arid '.von the 13th arid 21st holes after the pair each shot •t'-e. 18 in 74 to tie the During the first f-io r-Air.-Js of nine, Smith manice'i five Mr-lies, -vhile Tr.-eso:. r.-.tche-i three. The r.e'v champion graH« : his first lea: on tine 25th h:4e '.'.'hen he :hippei in from off the green [•j- a. tirlie and Smith missed an 5-foot putt. Thoreson rounded out his van •*'itr. even par golf through the 'i3rd hole arid posted his 5-3 The battle marked the first appearance golfer in Algona Swim Team Is Host To Two Meets Eleven members of the Algona swimming team traveled to Cedar Falls Aug. " for the State Amateur Athletic Union agegroupand open swimming championships. Algona swimmers making the trip were Shannon Lynch, Brian Will, Beanie Chrischilles, Buckshot Nielsen, John Peterson, Paul Martin, Cathy Straub, Sue Walker, Ryan Lynch, Kevin Lynch and Jim Johnson. Several of the Algona swimmers had their best times of the season, but overall the team did not do as well as was hoped. The best performance by an Algona swimmer was a sixth place by Buckshot Nielsen in the Boys 11-12 50 meter backstroke, with a time of 43.4. Up to Saturdays meet, Buckshot had the seventh best time in the state in his event this summer. John Peterson finished tenth in the 9-10 50 meter backstroke in 49.9 seconds. Jim Johnson was also a tenth place finisher in championship men's 100 meter breastroke. Brian Will, Beanie Chrischilles, Buckshot Nielsen and Shannon Lynch finished ninth in the boys 11-12 200 meter freestyle relay. During the next week, the Algona team will have two home swim meets. Thursday, Aug. 10, at 7 p.m., the team will face Emmetsburg in a dual meet. The home team will be set to avenge an earlier defeat at the Emmetsburg pool. Monday, Aug. 14, Algona will take on Spencer at the Algona pool. This meet will also start at 7 p.m. and should prove a tough match for Algona, since Spencer is undefeated this summer. Householder Is Double Winner At Friday Races A good-sized crowd was on hand last Friday night at Kossuth Speedway in Algona as Butch Householder of Algona won the main event as well as the trophy dash. The other heat winners were Bud Peterson, Algona, in the first; Loren Pervis, Ames, second heat; and Jim Edgington, Algona, third heat. A Nevada, Iowa contestant, Vance Hakes, captured the B feature and in the '.veil-driven Powder Puff derby (for women drivers only) Carmen Manner breezed to victory. Surprisingly, there was only one minor mishap in the Powder Puff. Win Features Jim Edgington nabbed first in the A feature, second in the third heat and third in the trophy dash and Les Wildin copped first in the B feature and second in the first heat as the two Algona stock car drivers did '.veil at Fairmont Speedways Sunda\ night. A night earlier at Jackson, Minn. Speedway, Wildin managed a second place finish in the A feature, Ringsted Plans Big Festival This Weekend Harvest Festival Days will be Friday and Saturda;., Au.;. Hand 12 at Ringsted, featuring many entertainment features for the public. One of the highlights of the third annual event will be an old-fashioned threshing demonstration. Ttie celebration will open Friday with a parade at 10:30, Included in the parade will be the Fairmont Shrine Motorcycle Drill team, the Estherville Junior Drum and Bugle Corps, the Spencer Horse Drill team, and a U.S. '.:.<: -u.-ijfet ;s desirnat^J for sec- •~j~.'id.''• roa : i 'jss. HOSPITAL NEWS AUGUST 1 - Admitted: Mrs, Elizabeth Harig, LuVerne, surgery; Mrs. Wilhelmi Medin, Al- sona, medical. AUGUST 2 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Luke Hamilton, Bancroft, boy, 8 Ibs., 8 oz. Admitted: Duane Hentges, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Louisa Lieb, Algona, medical; dismissed: Kent Madison, Lone Fock; Debra Specht, Sally Christenson, Karen Hardgrove, Algona. AUGUST 3 - Admitted: Lonnie F jx, Algona, medical; La Verne Nicol, Waterloo, accident; Jane Geilenfeld, .Algona, medical; Willis Kruse, Lone Rock, accident; Leon Kruse, Lone Rock, accident; dismissed: Mrs. Leota Barr, Algona. AUGUST 4 - Admitted: Mrs. Ida Reid, Algona, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Jerry Breese and hah;.; Richard Droessler, Bancroft; Mrs. Jay Davis and baby, Lorjiie Fox, Mathilda Forsberg, Algona. AUGUST 3- Births: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Myers, Waterloo, boy, 8 Ibs., 9 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Howe, . .gona, boy, 7Ibs., 3 oz.; admitted: Mrs. Nellie Norris, Buyck, Minn., medical; Oscar Riley, West Bend, medical; dismissed: Mrs. Anna Milk-r, Oiianfi IlontRt-s, Alfi-ma; Mrs. Ellzalflth llarlK, UiVornn. AUGUST 6- Admitted: Mrs. Orlell KolUBdi, Flrxlf, rnmllca ; Mrs. MartlM Mown, Vcrnlft Biinkofflkfi, A'*ona, medical; rllsmlsswl: Mrs. Uikn Hamilton and baby, iwncroit; Mrs. NpllloNoi- rls, Buyck, Minn.; Jane GHIen- folrl, Mrs. Minnie Mr-din, Al(?ona. "AUGUST 7- Admlttf-l: David Flbert, Wliitternoro, accident; Allen Hlncklcy, Hurt, mo.llr.al; Willie Llfficncr, AU'.ona, medical; AUKUfit Schmidt, Algona, surgery; dismissed: LemiKnise, Lone Rock, Mrs. Louisa Lieb, Algona. Watch the CLASSIFIEDS Notes Of Servicemei tntimtt NEW RIVER, N.C. - AUG. 1- Marine Lance Corporal Richard A. lyoebig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvlri E. Loebig of Wesley, Iowa, has reported for duty with Headquarters and Maintenance Squadron-26, a unit of Marine Aircraft Group 26 at the Marine Corps Air Facility, New River, N. C. His squadron's primary mission includes providing administrative and supply support for the aircraft group's squadrons. FIELD TILING - SEWER LINES Richard E. Trunkhill Parsons Wheel Trencher, 2010 Tractor with Backhoe. Phone 928-2558 Titonka, la. (tfn) The official *lnd-upof the season here carne Wednesday night when a large number of Little League baseball players filled themselves v,lth v/atermelon furnished by the City Recreation Commission. Preceding the feed, two teams of PeeWee Leaguers met, with the home club (composed of members of the Astros, Saints and Cubs) downed the visitors (made up of Colts and Mets), 20-19, in a thriller; and the Senior League champion Spartans counted a run in the top of the fifth to notch a 1-0 victory over a team of All- Stars, selected from the other four teajns in the loop and coached by Sig Wood, in the finale. Both games were well-played and a large crowd of adults and Little League players attended. Navy color guard. Candidates for the Harvest Festival Queen contest will be joined in the parade by Miss Iowa, Markie Ann Anderson, Sioux City, and MissEstherville, Barbara Sarovy. There will be three dances- a teen dance Friday night, a free street folk and square dance from 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, followed by an adult dance at 9 p.m. There will be many other feature activities both days, including a tractor-pulling contest, a fire demonstration, a flower show, the Queen contest, ball games, horseshoes, and a carnival and rides. City, School Budgets Are Discussed Here Two very important budget hearings were held here last night (Wednesday)- the proposed 1968 spending slates for the city of Algona and for the Algona Community School District. To date, they are the most important (and largest) inthearea- with other hearings scheduled later - including the Kossuth county budget Aug. 14 at 8 a.m. at the courthouse. The city's total budget, including $1,347,000 Municipal Utilities, for next year is $1,917,832- and despite the fact the total budget is higher by some $345,000, the mileage levy is down to 29.44 from 34.75 during the current year. 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