The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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,«*.," LuVerne Couple Mrs. R with <fiwtiet > st''thefr, home Sunday to " , celebrate" t the!* 1 20th wedding a niVersary, Guests were his Mrs Donald Ushef , Mrs Dean Loos is a surgical pa tient' at Lutheran hospital. Fort Dodge. The ^younger Loos children are 'staying at the home of thei uncle and aUnt Mr and Mrs Richard , The older children are 1 with • fents, MK ;and Mrs. Fred Lem of-Blue. Earth, Minrt. r his sister, Mr- and' Mrs, Harold Reddel family of- Wesley, their soft, War- rte Lena and friend Haze] BroWn^Mr, and Mrs, Eldon Reddel faralw-of Corwith. and Mr. and Mrlfflpohaid Hoffman ana family /ffllRenwick. 87 Rears Coung • ' John "Rfiger Was horiored Sunday oft the occasion of his 87th ' birthday,when all of their children , gathered , for the afternoon with MrY and Mrs..Ruger. He received gifts find a 1 cake wri's made and served by his daughter, Elizabeth; • 'Mrs. Ernest Habeger. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Habeger family, their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gary Anliker Of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. John Ruger and boys of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ruger family and her mother Mrs. 'Minder, Mr. ahd Mrs. Walter Ruger and Tom- n5y, LuVerne, their nephew, Alfred Bentz and housekeeper of , Mason'City. Grandmother Dies i ,Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake went to •• Marshalltown Tuesday morning to attend the funeral of hit, maternal- grandmother, Mrs. Icie Robinson. • Burial took place in Jefferson. The J. H. Youthfellowship met at the Methodist church Thursday. Officers elected are president, Dawn Lindebak; vice president, Connie Sanford; secretary T5 ~'- Rugg; treasurer,- Gretchen and reporter, Cind , their father and grandfather. Mrs A. ,O. Ronningj HetidrickS Minn,, maternal grandmother of Carroll Olsott, died Saturday evening. Carroll tbok his mother, Mrs Tom Olson, West Bend, to Hendricks that evening. Funeral services were .held Wednesday. Zentner Rugg. ' A -pajama party Friday night at the Carl Hanselman home honored the 14th birthday of theii daughter, rKris,' which! $vas Tuesday, Sepi 26. Her guests' wert Patti Erpelding, Linda Nelson, Clara Schnakehberg, Lynn and Laurie Hans'elman, Jane Raber and Carol Ristau. Mr. and Mrs.' Edwin Hanselman visited Friday 'in Mankato Minn., with her mother, Mrs' Amelia Olson, and her sister, Mr and Mrs. Gerhard Solli and fam ily., Neal Barton, sons, Frankle and Junior of "Sioux Falls, S. D., Visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Kate Barton. Together they were dinner guests of their brother' and son, Mr. and Mrs j Howard Barton family at Liver, •' more. Visitors Sunday with Mrs. Amelia Hanselman were her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buenger, son, Lester and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family of West Bend. Mrs. Amelia Ha'nselman, accompanied by her daughter, Mr and Mrs. Roy Buenger of West Bend, her brother, Mr. and Mrs George Grimsehl of Algona attended the funeral of Chris Schaper in Marshalltown Thursday An uncle of Mrs. Hanselman and Mrs. Grimsehl, Mr. Schaper, 86. died Monday after a long illness. Surviving are his wife and four children. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake, Richard, Suzic and Robert and Dale Kubly visited Saturday in Carroll with his brother Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blake and girls Mrs. Laura Zwiefel and' son James took her uncle, Casper Weigand, to his home at Ortonville, Minn., Friday. He will spend a week there on business and then return to make his home at the Huston Nursing home at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs, William Goetsch were guests in the parsonage of the Methodist District Superin- tcndent, Dr. Charles Buckwalter in Fort Dodge Sunday evening Mr. Goetsch attended a district . meeting of lay leaders. The infant daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James Hefti was baptized Deanne Renee at Zion Ev. Lutheran church Sunday with Rev Allen Rudow officiating. Sponsors were Gary Wittmeier, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Harold Ristau A dinner Ifollowed in the; home of the iiaternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wittmeier Guests were the sponsors and families, grandparents, Mr. and ftlrs, Edwin Hefti and great- grandfather, Henry D. Ristau of Britt. gheryl Ann Goetsch celebrated her birthdey Saturday with guests in tb£ evening in the home t}f her parents, Mf, and Mrs. Wil-, Jiarn Gcels/ph. They were Mr. and Mrs, Carl Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs J?uane Riley and David of Al- gqjta and Don Nielsen of Bode. S|}e was honored with a birthday siu-prise party Friday evening al tjtte flarley Nielsen home in Bjpde, after the football game. Sunday dinner guests in the (Joetseh })ome were A^Ne Goet- sgh. ano? Don Nielsen. Sandra Stripling of Des Moines siwnt the weekend with hej rnother, Mrs. Jessie Stripling, Mrs C. N. Welter celebrated her eighty-fourth birthday Saturday. Afternoon guests at the Charles Welter home in honor of her birthday were Naomi Struthers, Mrs W. E. Huirdertmark, Mrs Albert Thorsen, Mrs Harvey Thorsen and Clara Th'orsen. Mrs Myra McNitt and her granddaughter, Donna McNitt of Dodd- ville, spent Monday with the Ralph Richards'. Mrs. McNitt was a home economics teacher in the Ottosen I school several years ago. Dedicatory services were held Sunday at the Presbyterian church for their new piano and lamp. Many visitors attended; they were families who had given the memorials. Byron-Kinseth was six years old Sunday. Afternoon guests to,help him celebrate were Mr and 'Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mr and Mrs Olvin.Haug and family. ' R.L.C.A. met'Monday evening at the Earl Vaught home at,Humboldt Attending from here were Mr and Mrs Oliver ,,Kinseth and Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth. James Struthers ! returned home Tuesday after visiting at the Kenneth Struthers home at, Hudson, Ohio, , ' Rev. and 'Mrs Harold Mountain and Ruth Usher attended a Luther League President's Orientation meeting at the Lutheran church al -Palmer Sunday afternoon. John Struthers, son of Mr and Mrs Virgil Struthers,' is a freshman student in' engineering at South Da- kota'State College at Brookings. Ro'riald Adams, son of Mrs Beulah Adam's and the late Carroll Adams, is a'junior! student at State* College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. Mrs Adams is a third grade teacher, in the Twin Rivers schtjol at 'Ottosen. Sunday dinner guests at the Cletis Huhdertmark's were Mr and Mrs Robert Stensland and boys of Bricelyn, ?Minn. Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel! and Leslie'attended, a Zinnel family" reunion at Fairmont, Minn. Sunday afternoon. Howard Hellickson and Howard Thompson went to Sioux City Monday on business. Mr and Mrs Joel Ellingson of Ellsworth were Sunday guests at the Melvin Ellingson home. To Demonstrate, Cattle Congress .Linda Detihering and Lorraine Funnemark,- . members of tht Wesley Wizards 4-H club, will present their demonstration or "Homemade Ice Cream" at the National Dairy Cattle Congress in Waterloo on October 3 at 10:45 a.m. in the Women's Building. The girls will be accompanied by their leader, Miss Lois Bentele and Avis Lettow, county ex tension home economist. To Host Bears In 14-7 Townsend Club The Townsend Club met with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdren Tuesday evening Sept. 19. The group made plans for a founder's day dinner at the home of the secretary on Tuesday, October 10, at 7 p.m. Mrs. Peter Held was a guest for the evening. Following the meeting all enjoyed the game "concentration" and lunch. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PHESENTS: Thai on tho 6 day of September, 1961, i!« e nf w i1 s 2',' g f niz f d , P urs "ant to the known If . St *' e r° f ^. owa a corporation Th & , L , c °nsti-uetion Com- The principal place of business 0 " 1S 321 ™ The genera! nature of the business L to E hl'' a , n h' iacthed , by thi ? corporation it lo and ° h,h h , De the buying, of rtal " Fie'- ? '!"? deeds to There is authorized for sale, and ihbuuiitt by tt, L . torporation Ten T.hou- MJid Dollars ($10.000.00) of Capital ?•!?,» i" 1 *!? c °n>oration. The slated cup Uil wilh which the corporation snail commence business is Three ?s lo Su 'e >akMn' S (?:) ' 00 "- 00 '' *Wch first Board of Directors'shalThave an" £".y ed and ratified gn behalf of the for 'sal' '° n - •V.ter'P'ton agreemenU ->i,T.'J e Co .rporation commenced exist- ad i?" the 5 day of September. IflSJ, , ot .'i 1 '" col P<>ration shall by the following officers* ll>. 214 N. Woofwo'th 1 ! ona ' I"wa. President bC1 ' ° r Fh ' 5t Boa ''d of Al Lund'li, 2011 Carfield, Dubu- lowa ' . Vk:t fresidciu and , inn ?', u 'a»<|aali, azi South Jones, Algona. Iowa, Secretary- Boa a d Urefr n,' d Member of Fi^t Bodid of Directors. "" Boald 0( Directors shall Win Against So, Dak. Eleven Touchdowns in Hhe firlt , an third quarters) followed ty> A pal of successful conversions, usher ed Garrigan high School's (Solder Bears to a 14^7'victory over <3' Jorman high school 'at Siou? Falls, S. D., Friday night. The win was the secorid straight thif eason for Coach Beanie Coop- r's crew. Emmetsburg Calholic is nexi on the schedule for the Bears al Algona oil Saturday nighi. The Bears are slill operating without the services of Bill Bead, halfback, who was one of the top ground gainers in the state a year ago. Catholic always has a rugged team to beat, des^ pile the fact the club is undermanned at'times. ' * .., Being scrappy, the 'Emmetsburg entry has'hustled to several victories during .the past several years over teams that were much larger physically. The game /,' ' ;vf'"'f 't^'H /' '" ,. *f» ' i" &.< / ws, should be' interesting. Garrigan got ''in thbt ''Water 'ola the first running ; play Of ..-'the night at SiOUx*'Falls and .had'.to repeatedly Stop the 'iopposStloii Inside its oy?n, 20 yard line, to win. No less than,'five' times/the Bears managed to' "'halt sucli ;hreats, Including' a'.drive "that reached the drarrfgan • one foot ine With one "minute 'and 30 sec- mds left in the final period. O'Gorman recovered a fumbfe at the outset, of the first'perloC, >ut couldn't score. The Bears roared back and "after a' long drive, featuring 'a'30-yard run to he O.'Gorman 15. by Bob Reedj cored wheii Jerry, Krieps slash- d over from-the tw'o,-.Lyle Loe-' )ach 'Carried from",the;'15! to the wo,'setting r up the.TD; B^ob Reed ran the, extna tfoimX ,to -niake it • .-*-< ,* The Bears threatened again be- 'fore the half, getting to the O'Gorman 15 after a 55-yard march that featured a 20-yard dash 'by Reed and a 30-yard scamper by Bob Schneider on a bootleg around the Garrigan 'left end. • Garrigan picked up its second TD in a flash ea'rly in the third period.-The Bears kicked off-to O'Gorman, and' when the home club failed to gain it was forced to attempt a punt from the 35 Lyle Loebach" slammed through the line, blocked tfie punt, scooped it up on the 25 and raced into the end zone. Reed again added the extra point to tna'ke it 14-0 Before the third quarter ended, O'Gorman was right back in the game. O'Gorman had the ball 1 oh .the Garigan 40 and on "fourth Qan-i^an was penalized 66 yafds OttMnah hdiie. >•«, ; * [. . hali- . back's , ; Steve SriBthHs eftllch, wH6 ' "f r\$l, t a»d ey outstanding, - Offehs'lVeiy hinnlh'g of ' Re4H : > ahd fhe. blocking Ray ,Helnen afd, MSAk stood ^out. After the 'game, , Cobpef stated "our tackling %ar the,- sharpest since " we've ,-oler here. 11 '." x '•• - , "' ' .GaMgarf gained a total ot 26t yards /ushing and 18 yards jiass- iftg.,'Reed was top wan virith.-llc yards rushing as-Jhe avefa'gec: nine -yards per' carry. Loebach jwked'.up 62 yards, , while', Bil 1 rrhhkman.ran for 40 'yards and jassed'for, 95 tb'4ead O'Gorman The losers,,. whp -had. a -line that averaged 192 pounds per man, lad a ' fine ' passing attack, but lad trouble running all night And with the exception of the one TD, Garrigan's defense always • managed to tighten " in ime to avert' a score. Grade School FB At Garrigan Hi pist . Befiedlet In Coast Loop ° * tt 1 "Dertfty .Menke, son of Mr.' attc* Mft, 'Walter Menke, ' , , whtt. batted .293, hit; IS .^htttttf runS and batted in 73 runs dur- ih'g the 1961 campaign, war. named Rookie Of 'The Year by the : Pacific Coast League recent , Denny, property of the Mil t aUkee Braves of the Nationa League, was signed to a lar£? bonus 'contract by the Braves following his graduation from high school at St. John's, Bancroft. He is an infielder. etisbn tiSEdtfl friah«lo{))is'on of.' fense aid IHi'-^l^ei, then i 'thejlftal geHod, '^hen Algon . thl fense, on on Algona B-Team Takes 34-0 Win Using a smooth-working com- jination of fresh-soph regulars nd varsity reserves, Coach Howes Stephenson guided Algona igh school's B-team to a 34-0 eclsion over the Emmetsburg . - t -, eserves at Emmetsburg Monday The Algona II team downed night. For three quarters, Steph- rise, : * j Tfte little, Bulldogf -counted „ pairy bf 3^61icna6"w*h3' r ih* the sec* ott'd 'peflSd, 'oife' ini an '80-yard punt return by tynh Kueck, thfe other oft a 8S»y6rd £ass froifi Willie Steiftman ts: Bruce Sundef 'and ah extra'point, by"" Steinmari ga*v~e the locals a" 13-0 half tithe lead. . f Sundet went 16 -yards for ons TD, Kueck got, another on A short plunge and; Gary R US § zoomed ,26 yards for the final six-pointer of the night in the fourth period. SSg Wood added a pair of extra points on passes and Steinniart • plunged for the other to make^ it 34-0. i - The .Fresh-Soph team will meet Humboldt at Unfair* grounds'next Monday ^at'f p n i in a conference game. The locali now have a 2-0 record * Trail Ride~ t The Seneca Saddle Club held a trail ride Sept. 17, starting from the George Patterson ranch 2%'miles east of Burt. A total ot 45 riders were present. 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