The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 1
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tv^ < J l ( ,,!'. i.,,, IJJ,;," 1 '..\ i* •>,£ - . , ">.', n ^ Dept, of Hi*st$?y tad Bes Molnea IS/ Iowa By' HUSJ Walter Sounds like fun, as well as Informative - educationA-that wes- .tern range bus tour being planned by the Kossuth Beef Pro- .ducers Ass'n for Sept. 18-23. A Whole week of travel" for $30 transportation ,and 1800^-miles. The group plafiS'io vistf 4 Color"* ad °. Wyoming-jand ^bfaska. ' • Sighed >up so far , are Lawrence Mdhke.," Bancroft; Harry •Barteltr.Tltonkaj'John Sdhnack- '.enberg, Irvingtdnj Ray Cunhing- ;ham,',-Burtj Richard ' MaWdsley, (Algona^'W. H. Eimers, Fenton; -Dale Higgins, Titonka; Leonard Swanson7Swea City; Kyle Keith, gone; Mike^Hoffman, Bancroft; ,gona. Mike - Hoffman,, Bancroft; •A, J. Rehger, Bancroft; Norman Chambers, CorwitK; 'an'd Eli Gerber, West Bend. * * » Scouts', tell us* thai there seems to be a sudden influx of bats in'town, < the winged variety that is. Anyone have a remedy for getting rid of bats? :' f- Algona Toasimasters Club hao a discussio'n, at its last meeting, on the subject of whether or not the present city.dump should be relocated. [This touches on one of our pet), civic improvement ideas, which Is to move or relocate the dump, and make a nice, grassy '.municipal •, camping area on the bank'of the'Des Moines river, to induce-some of today's camping tourists to stop over night, as well as to eliminate an.eyesoroGuess what—the \ proposal was ,defeated! Anyway, tnew officers :for ,the next six Imonths 'aral Darrell Ludwig president;,-Dr. Wni. Clegg, . Jp' Gerald: Haas,-VP; Bud Anderson! Itecy.; Tloyd fibers, treas.;, Max • Bartholomew;' Sgt.-at-afms, not (hat this well-behaved, group heeds one. ;/ ' ; Minn.,Ihe middle-of this month, a. walleye, weighing 7 Ibs. /won the honors of v jie week in its class, caught,by Jim, Stanton, son. of ,Mr.-4Hd Mrs.-Mark Stanton' of,Algjha, ' A' mjnnow for bait. . ' '. .' i • •• » v », , There is a'Frank Moulton who is president'of .the Minneapolis city council . . . riot the same one, however, as we, know here. ,'.• . , ; • « .. .'*-.' * '.:,, ••,.-,. ,i Famous Last Line-i-Hever »judge a man until you've. : walked in his moccasins. ; (Old Indian proverb). f -"; I'. J till I I'M' 1^4^ rs. Eva Meine litfemore * J ' * * , > Passes Here Mrs Eva Meine, 60. Whittemore, ! tu fea ^ y W^n&aay morning at the Good Samaritan nursing home here wher^ .'she had 'been a resident for some time. Funeral services for Mrs Mfehie %M > held at 2 p.m. Friday in SL£ auls Lutheran church at Whittemore/'wMh' Rev., Cleq Kaqtsch officiating;- .BUrlal wiM i°™ 2, 1 ,'r e . 'Phufch'-cemetery and McCullough Funeral Chapel, Algona, is in charge of arrangements. , ;'<,;,. •Eva Anna Isadora - Lelninger was born-in Henry, county, IMin- ols, Jan. 26, 1871 and was married to 1 John Meine? March 21, 1804 at Stlllwater, - Okla.- Mr Meine PJgceded her in death in April, 1921. Mr and Mrs Meine farmed for mdhy, years near" WhUtemorfe then retired'and moved to itown in 192L She was a resident of this community for the past 77 years v •Her parents were ,the late Joseph and Mary Bailey Leinirtger. She is survived by two sons, Frank and Arnold, Whittemofe: two daughters, Rosa (Mrs. L. A. Hackbarth), Algona, .and Ada (Mip H. A. Balmer), Estherville; nine grandchildren and.. 23 great- grandchildren. A brother preceded her in' death. Bank Increases Surplus Here By $50,000 * At a/'monthily "meeting of the board of directors, of the Iowa State Bank of-'Algona, it was voted to increase the bank's surplus fronv$100,000 to- $150,000.'00. ,This makes the , total capital structure;of the bahk over 1 '$570,000.00. The bank is also carrying a million'dollliar fidelity bond for further proteotiojn of customers.' Officers of the bank are H. L. Gilmore, chairman of ithe 1 - board; A. F. Agehaf president *T3«T»i«»i j Hall^yice,president; —' hon, Vice.4p»B8l" r^«^i§« St lALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1961 3 SECTIONS - 20 PAGES VOL. 98 - NO. 35 60th Anniversary Final ASC Farm Program Payments The second and final pay* ment to farmers participating' in the 1961 feed-grain program will begin shortly after Sept. 1, it Was announced yesterday at the Kossuth County ASCS office here. The feed grain cerlificat- es, redeemable in either grain (paymeni-in-kind) or conversable into cash, will begin as soon as final paper' In County To Begin Within Week work is completed, which should be within the next several days. For some farmers, who did not take a first payment, the entire amount of payment will be received in September, it was added. Iowa farmers will receive a total of about $60 million in the payments, the state office has announced. Mr. and Mrs Harvey Steven, above will be honorees at an open house. Sunday, Sept. 3 in First Methodist church herein observance of their sixtieth wedding anniversary. Hours will be from two to five p.m. 'Hosts will be their'children, Mr. and Mrs Evert Hodgirt • of Alden, Mr, arid Mrs. Leo F. Steven, • Algona and Mr and Mrs Everett Steven of Sexton. •• Harvey Steven and Ann Wermerson were married Sept. 4, 1901 at the farm home of the bride in' the Si. Benedict neighborhood. They have spent, their entire- married life in this community. They farmed' near Sexton until retiring £ £ 1 ?iJ na ' where thev live al 3U South Minnesota street. Both Mr. and Mrs. S.teven are in good health. Besides the daughter and tWo sons, the couple has 11 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. (UDM Engraving) St. Benedict Sister Passes September Term District Court Requiem high mass- will be said Thursday at 9 a.m. for Sister Mary Leonessa O.S.F, at Mount St., Francis Convent, Dupuque. Sister Mary Leonessa died Tues-, day morning .at St. Ann hospital after a short illness. She taught grade school at St. Benedict for the past three years. Hamilton', Funeral! : Hornet is .'in charge of arrangements. ; -H Due to her death, there-win 'be no grade school at' Sit Benedict until Tuesday, Sept, 5, '''-.,' • ''• Judge Richard W.' Cooper, Storm Lake, is presiding at the September term of district court, which' actually began here Monday. However, most action during the term will' not. begin until Tuesday,:. Sept. 5,-Vwhen the petit jurors are slate* to report for duty. , .A total of 24 cases have-been docketed this term.. Included are 14 criminal cases; with half fh'e total OMVI matters, , fjye civil and five non-jury or equity cases, ' -• ' - i', ' ,>• •;.' • ,. •''.;.•• _ According. :t6 'Judge Cooper, it as .possible there may be time prior to Sept. 5/for discussion sessions'for himself and attorneys representing the' plaintiffs ,f&jd defendants in the. various'looses to be-heard this-term. Af'thai time, the judge and attprn^ys often can complete-groundwork that saves time when the; cases come up. . - ' " ^Jn*7*^v* r vw t-j< l .yfiPH4)i*A**F.**^** | P§Utf«*« others, will- probably be oniTW the first cases heard. ' OldSettlersOf Livermore Area Picnic Sept. 2 The 'annual Old-Settlers' picnic at Livermore will be held again this year, on Saturday, Sept. 2, at Ihe Old Setller's park at the west edge of Livermore. All county persons are welcome to altend the annual event. A potluck,lunch will be held at noon, with free ice cream and coffee. A business meeting of the association will start at 1 p.m. after which a program will be presented. Included in the.program will be: a piano solo by Susan Blake of LuVerne; accordion selections by Monie Hanson of Livermore; vocal solo by Jane Raber of LuVerne,' barbershop harmony by the Melody Moms of.VBradgate, Bode and Livermore. •- "'Albert Morehouse of Humboldt will 'deliver the featured address of the 1 day, during the program. Redeption of certificates in grain is expected to be heavier this payment than was the case in the first payment. In some areas farmers or* dinarlly feed as much grain as they produce. The market price of corn at the time of payment, however, will be a determining factor as to whether farmers take cash or paymeni-in- kind. Checking of farms for compliance has been com* pleted in the past week or so. Average net farm income for Iowa in 1961 is expected to be about 10 percent high* er than in 1960, and most of it can be attributed to the new feed-grain program. Modern Bronco-Busters Unseated By "Cayuse" A couple of Algona men,, Bob Bickert and Bob Loss, Sr. went bronco busting — well, sort of—Monday about 6 p.m. and came out none the worse for wear, fortunately. Mr. Bickert had a few cattle that had been hiding in a couple of cornfields northwest of Algona and was interested in locating.the crit- lers. He asked Mr. Loss if he would like to ride along while he. conducted' a search of the fields. Being agreeable, Mr. Loss okayed the idea and climbed alongside Mr. Bickert, who was driving a highboy sprayer which had a seat quite a few feet above ground. Loading Rifles The Soulth may be rising (South side of State street, that is) but prices won't rise in Algona retail stores on. either side of State street as Civil War Days take places Sept. 15 and 16. Mierchan/ts on the south side of State will be the Confederate regimenit and those tm the north will be Union men. The event .is in observance <of the Civil War Centennial. Kossuth Weather It's hot! Funeral For Onie Year Old At Whittemore. , , funeral chapel and burial was in the Emmetsburg cemetery for El- .lery James Carbefry, baby son S,t_M r and Mrs Gai y Garberry, Whittemore. The boy drowned' in the bathtub. ElUery wals born August 28 1960 in Whittemore and besides his parents is survived by a sister-. Dawn, grandparents, the J. W. Carberrys, and Mrs Mary Stambrook. Labor Day It was 'announced this . week thlait all Algona business plaices ncluding the post office and courthouse, will be closed all day Monday, Sept. 4, ' ' ' School's Open Stickers Now Being Offered Algona Police Chief Al' Boekelman announced; this week that there' is a limited supply of "School's i Open—-Drive Carefully" stickers available for use on auto bumpers—and, anyone interested .in obtaining one may do, so by; going to thelpol{c|*atatior They had covered most' of one field, looking for a lone cow and were making one last run down the edge of the field without trouble. All at once, the right front wheel of the. sprayer ran' into- a newly dug badger hole and mound and the tall vehicle rolled over on its side, throwing the 'two surprised passengers into the corn. they escaped without injury, bounced out of the cornfield and got equipment necessary to put the sprayer back on its wheels. The machine was not damaged, either. "School-rage children'make up 14 percent of the pedestrians killed each year jri • traffic accidents," stated Bbekelman this week, "and as soon as school's open (which they did this week in Algonai and many other area towns) the streets are crowded with children going to and from school, including many kindergarten pupils making the daily trek for the first time." So be on the lookout fw school children—-drive safely ana pick up a sticker for your auto— today! They're free and may be responsible, -for saying local children from injury 'and possible death. To Fill Baby Released, Father Enters Same Hospital Jan Gardner broke his right leg Monday morning when a 50d pound rock fell on him. He was working with his father, Orville Gardner, on their farm, near here when the accident happened. He was .taken, to St. Ann hospital where the bone was se and he was released Tuesday. Mrs. Gardner, .the former Kar en Johnson^ and the couple's first child, Karla Jean, were dis njissed. from the hospital .only :a^^w cays'^p^fc^e''^n > s "'accideni "It is expected that hS Will "have time to thoroughly spoil the new baby during the six months he will^ be laid up. Grand Opening By New Owners A grand opening and new owners sale opens today and will continue unlil Sept. at Sailer's Davis Paint Store, now under the ownership of Frank and IJelen Sailer. They recenlly purchased the business from Bob Reding, who is now district manager for Pride Seed Corn Co. The Sailers have a page ao elsewhere in loday's paper To Award Safe Driving Keys In High Schools A monthly Safety Award Key is to be Rivon each month during the coming school year to some student at both Garrigan and Algona High Schools, under a plan adopted Tuesday evening by the Automotive Bureau of the Algoria Chamber of Commerce. Each key will be inscribed with the name of the boy or 'girl winning, it, Alfred Schultz, chairman of the group, said Wednesday morning. The monthly winners at each school will be picked by se-» cret judges. The presentations will be made at assemblies at each school by a representative of the bureau and Mayor C. C. Shierki •, • '• At 'the end of the school year a grand champion will also be picked from among the monthly winners. Awards will be made on, courtesy, driving ability, and use of safe driving principles. I Sweeps FFA Honors , Gary Priebe, 17,- Algona high school senior, swept all hontiw in the Poland China classes of 'the FFA purebred s^vine, shoM at the IowaState'Fajr Friday. Priebe placed first in the boai classes with Black Baron, first place, sow with: C.'C.:Qu<}en and first in the /"litter competition. Judges of the show found animals of exceptional quality, ana an increase in. the number of • entries this year. School Election Eligible voters in area 3 of Hancock county, which is composed of the Corwith-Wesley and Kanawha school dislricts, will have the opportunity of electing a new member of the Hancock county board of education when they go to Ihe polls Sept. 11. Seeking the post is James E. Veldhouse, Corwith. Omar Ma- and of Kanawha is nol seeking •e-eleclion. The term is for sit 'ears. Greets Lettermen hsh school before the Sepi °?5, ...*«•*«. or ** Head Foplball £*>ach Jj m Hershbergtr o| st Ifll a lot of helmets with varsityrcaUbej tjijildogs tangle with Emmeisburg here HYjds the season migh't be a long one for the locals. Jim has only four returning lejitermert — and three of the four are shown above placed m position, separated by helmets left empty by graduation. The three returnees are, left to right, Dennis Helmke 180 Ib. junior tackle, Bill Wetzel, 183 |b. junior nalfballT and Chuck Streit, J70 Ib. senior end. Randy Hsrmes, 185 Jb. senior tackle, missed the opening dn}l Thursday morning and .wouM have been placed in the tackle slot next to Streit. *That leaves four linemen «n4 iflyee backs on the wanted list Attd none of the lettermen have .cinched a berth on'tne starting 11 ye(t, so the bkttle.for positions among the 65 squad members should be a diandy, "-. Coach Hershberger end' his sssjstant coaches, Champ Martin, Hgwie Stephenson, Kejth Christie gnd^Arnold Hill, will attempt tq put together a fighting aggregation in tjm£ for -this year's eight —ne Kbjed^e. The fciUWog* hiw been w&king out morning and h^ since Thursday and 9j»pear ,to n^Yf 4fsM and'hustle ~. but very little in the way of experience ic . Sam The 55-man squad, is ojie.of the dargest (in numbers) if not (he largest in the history of football at ithe public ' is ;probab}e several of .the younger, see a .Jol of duty this fell Coach Besnie Cooper and Leon Vann. assistant football coach ^t Garrigan high school, greeted more 'than 50 candidates for this year's squad when the Golden Bears opened drills at 9 a.m Thursday. Included in the list of candidates are the 10 returning lettermen shown above. Vann, left, listens as Coach Cooper gives a few in- strucUons to the returnees. They are, left to right, Steve Studer, |4Q Ib, junior tackle, Mark Elbert, 175 Ib. junior guard, LeRoy Heinen, *3Q Ib. junior center, Bill Rahm, 195 Jb. junior end, Lyle Loebach, 230 jp. senior end, John Fandel, 160 Ib. senior halfback, Jerry Krieps, loQ Ib. senior .guard, Bill and Bob Reed, 170 4b. senior halfbacks, and Dave HUbert, 155 Ib. senior guard. Pespiteithe beef and experience present in the 10 iletler winners, Cojoper may have trouble filling slots left vacant by graduation at quarterback, right tackle and fullback. He plains to run offense from the Wting-T, used to advantage as the Bears chalked up a 6-2-1 record in I860, Coach Cooper has been conducting two-a-day practtice sessions an,d afternoon) since Thursday in an effort to mold his squad into an offensive and defensive team 'that can do well during an eight-game schedule that begins when Sacred Heart of WaseeaT Mma will pay a visit to Garrigan Field Saturday night, Sept. 16 Olner members of the Golden Bears varsity squad include Tom Youngwirth, Terry Hudspeth, Dick Arndorfer, Bob Goecke, Howard Kohlhaas and Jim Eisenbacher, seniors; Tom Hudspeth, George Illg, Paul Seller, Phil Henry, Bob Schneider, Tom FoxiTony Bradley, Dick Thul, Marvin Tripp, Mark Beringer, James Nitchals, Paul Koppen, Dick Stoulil, Steve Smith, Dean Grajndgenett and Tom Stuaer, juniors. Garry Studer, Lee Froehdich, John Goecke, Brian Henry, Mike Dahlhauser, Brian Atherton, Larry Youngwirth, Dennis Farrell, S^?, ^% M ,^ e - G^fredeen, Bob Hogan, Fred Girres, Tom Hughes, Mike Lickteig, Dick Reisimg, Mike French, Dick McEvoy, Tom Reiling, Jerry Sampson, Denny Youngwirth and John Niirre. sophomores. There are also 25 freshmen working out. Addition of the Waseca game to the team's slate was announced «*

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