The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1967 · Page 15
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16-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moinw Tuesday, Oct. 24, 1967 ACTION Tuesday was the last day for the seniors to turn in their ideas for the class flower, motto and color to the class officers. The final choice should be known soon. All boys interested in playing basketball this year were to sign up outside the coaches' office last week. We thought we saw Darrell Miller's name on one of the signup sheets, but it had been scratched off later. . . .he could never be a "pill bouncer." * * * Junior varsity, as you know, is undefeated with a 4-0-1 record after last week's 6-0 victory over Webster City. Steve Fitzpatrick was the big gun for the Bullpups as he scored the only TD of the game from the five yard line. Several Lynx players, real-. izing their inability tostopFitz's power, chose to get back at him by calling him "Fatty" throughout the remainder of the game... a new nickname? And the JV cheerleaders were doing a fine job despite only a small following present. * * * An assembly was held Tuesday with guest speaker Mr. Jennings presenting an interesting combination of sights and sounds of life beyond the Iron Curtain. A few years ago Mr. Jennings and several other citizens spent sometime observing the real communistic ways of Russia. * * * There was a short meeting in the industrial arts building Fri- day for all boys interested in wrestling. Only the boys who did not go out for football attended. Students finally got a little vacation last week on account of a teachers convention • in Des Moines. Part of Thursday and all day Friday were considered "take it easy" days. . .they're always welcome. Well, the Bulldogs came back from their Webster disappointment and canned the Eagles good. A few "flair ups" kept the runaway game exciting as Don Hagen added a little punch to the game. In case any of you wonder if any mischief goes on in the Algona locker room, it does. Ask Rob Claude, Steve Willrett or Mr. Camenisch. They might tell you. * * * Capital jargon words: "U- pey" - someone who is very popular; "slide" - to get away with something; "dork" - a person who behaves in a silly manner. * * * Oh, yes, in case you happen to read the signs up in the AHS halls to help boost spirit for this Friday's game, the hard art work was done by Vicki Anderson, Lynn Erickson, Jane Walker and Renee Young. * * * GO ALGONA, BEAT HAMPTON! Frank Frimml Funeral Held Funeral services for Frank Frimml. 87, Wesley area retired farmer, were held Friday at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic church there, with Fr. R. W. Phillips officiating. Burial followed at the church cemetery and Hamilton Funeral Home, Algona, was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Frimml died early Wednesday morning in the Britt hospital. He was born at Red Oak, Feb. 25, 1880 and was a son of Joseph and Amy Gossman Frimml. Ha never married, but farmed in the Wesley area prior to retirement and lived with two of his three sisters there. Survivors include three sisters, Minnie and Nell Frimml and Mrs. Lucy Brabec. One brother preceded him in death. Summer Moves Back In Area Nearly-August (at least in the daytime) weather moved into this area during the weekend— and was greeted with open arms by all residents. The rally from rather nippy readings was capped by a 76 mark Sunday afternoon, with predictions for mor.e warm weather prevailing Monday. Rain was expected to move in either Monday night or Tuesday. None was registered during the John L. Gerber Rites Monday At West Bend Funeral services for John L. Gerber, 89, were held Monday at 10:30 a. m. at the Apostolic Christian church at West Bend, with Rev. Paul Banwart officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery at West Bend. Mr. Gerber died early Friday at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona, where he had been in failing health for the past year. Born in Bluffton, Ind., Mr. Gerber moved to Algona with liis parents, where he received his education. After his marriage to Emma Aeschliman at Eureka, HI. in 1902, the couple lived for a short time in East Grand Forks, Minn., returning to a farm near Algona in 1914. Mr. Gerber retired and moved into Algona in 1938. Surviving are his wife; four daughters, Mrs. Sam Mogler, and Mrs. George Bruellman, both of West Bend; Mrs. Helen Strahm, Sabetha, Kans.; Mrs. Mildred Scuffham, Algona; and a son, Ervin, Algona. Also surviving are 28 grandchildren; 76 great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Zaugg, Mrs. Mary Fehr and Mrs. Lydia Jurgens, all of West Bend; and a brother, Joe, Fulda, Minn. Pallbearers were six grandsons, Ronald Gerber, John Scuff- ham, Arthur Mogler, Merlin Strahm, Harley and Donald Bruellman. Former Resident James M. Little Rites, H imboldt Funeral ser> .ces for James Merlin Little, 01, of Fort Dodge, were held Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the Congregational Church in Humboldt. Rev. Francis Burr officiated with interment in the North Lawn Cemetery in Fort Dodge. Mr. Little, former Humboldt businessman, whose father Wade also operated an implement and car business in Algona in the 1930*s, died enroute to the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge Friday evening, October 13, after becoming ill at his home. Survivors include his wife, Gladys; and his father, J. Wade Little of Humboldt; also a sister, Mrs. James Foster, Dallas, Tex. Born in Rutland, Mr. Little attended the Rutland and Algona schools and attended the Mason City Business College. He served in the Navy in World War n. After his marriage in 1947 to Gladys Fagen in Kansas, the couple lived in Humboldt where he was engaged in the implement business with his father. past week. Low mark during the period was 27 degrees early Saturday. Crop-wise, things are proceeding at a rapid pace. Most of the soybeans in this area have been harvested, corn picking is getting underway and quite a bit of fall plowing and fertilizing have been done. Beans, which weren't expected to yield very well, have exceeded forecasts and are good. Here are the readings for the period: H L Oct. 18 54 35 Oct. 19 60 26 Oct. 20 56 35 Oct. 21 68 27 Oct. 22 76 47 Oct. 23 - 48 Funeral Held For Mary Fritz Mrs. Mary Fritz, 82, longtime Titonka resident, died Wednesday, Oct. 18, at a nursing home in Britt. Funeral services were held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Good Hope Lutheran church. Rev. Herbert Hanson officiating. Burial was at the church cemetery. Blake Funeral Home was in charge. Grandsons were pallbearers. Mary Sprick was born Feb. 11, 1885 at White Lake, S.D.,daugli- ter of Dietrich and Marie Sprick. She came to Titonka as a young girl with her parents. She was married June 13, 1905 at Titonka to Albert Fritz. He preceded her in death in 1938. One son and several brothers also preceded her in death. Mrs. Fritz is survived by two sons and two daughters, William, Wesley; Herman, Woden; Mrs. Jerry Boekelman, Titonka; and Mrs. Herbert Vellenue, Pawtucket, R. I. There are 18 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. One brother and two sisters also survive, William Sprick, Lake Andes, S. D., Mrs. George Eden and Mrs. Louis Bartlett, both of Titonka. Mrs. McGuire Funeral Held Funeral services for Mrs. Pauline McGuire, 83, longtime resident of this area, were held in the Methodist church here at 2 p.m. Monday. Rev. William Noland officiated, burial followed at East Lawn Memorial Gardens and Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Virgil and Dean Gelhaus, Allen and Mervile Busch, Clarence Darnell and Cornelius Dirksen. Honorary pallbearers were Aldon Busch and Mark T. McGuire, Jr. Mrs. McGuire died Friday at St. Ann Hospital here. She was born in Germany Feb. 17, 1884 and she came to the United States at the age of six. Survivors include a son, E.A. Lee, Lone Rock; two grandchildren; a brother, Chris Gelhaus, Ledyard; and two sisters, Mrs. Freda Busch, Elmore, and Mrs. Regina Poppe, Blue Earth. SAVE $15 TO $20 PER TON If You Act NOW!! And Get BETTER GAINS . . . BETTER PROFITS with NUTRENA's Prescription Feeding Program for Your Cattle NOW is the time to save on your Cattle Feed Bookings. REMEMIiER - ALL FEEDS ARE NOT ALIKE — SO . . . WHY DON'T YOU FEED NUTRENA • - • * your neighbor does Cargill Incorporated Phone 295-2741 Algona, Iowa

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