The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 4
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, T &, 1*41 men To Rescue In Ditch Cave-In -..i.- . j.Viia&i.. jfcMk.iSA ... ij^iiil?!"- *. 'i ••• tjfciy reete ft* ent use. Plans fof tteVeftiinient of th site, which is slated to be th eventual setting for a new pub he High scHooi, we^e cfiscUssecf i (Okayed earlier this yeah During Week In Area Wrecks *«* A'fitfrf fnan, Wayn<5 Ollom was taken to a Mason City hospital this week for treatment o! I a brqken hip wh'ich he received as a result of a one-car auto ac cident a half-mile east and 3V miles north of Burt sorhetim Friday night, He was alone ir the auto at the time of the crash xvhich was investigated by Mar shal Walt Steward of Burt and Patrolman Charles Bird. .Time of the adcident was placed between 9 and 11 p.m. Tht at > - ? - including fion f*Pyk;2{ e nlm '- Within'a few nTinu'tes fteei Wagner was trapped by two Itf e> T h ! ^ h Was nlne ' feet deep ana wagnerwas in a erotic • 0n Th P t ™r e down ™W« **** the^alls of the dttch hirtJ. • ^P^" 1311 suffered a shoulde* sprain,' but apparently no terious injuries, He continued on the job after the ->-<— ™~" £ - no fold Photo-Engraving) | Andreasen, 'who was alone at time, reported hearing some sort of a crash shortly after nine. A .couple^ of hours later, Mr. An- who had been bowlmg - home and went to bed Andreasen thought he heard a scream, got up to investigate, opened the door of the house and heard another scream LA rural Algona man, Nick , After a short wedding trip, the He got'in hfs aut^tdwen'To Wagner who har been af tiler couple will be at hftme in tht investigate and found Mr^OllOm f6r many years, thanked hi f MisbacW apartments. lyi n£ in a rfitoh tL^i ^-«™ f6r many years, thanked hi: Wtiky stars late Wednesday fnorning after he had been halt- entombed in a ditch cave-in here o Wagner, Cjiarlie Wagner, Glen Hike and City Clerk Dave Smith wer| working on a -sanitary sewer project-in the back yard oj Jhe Rike residence at 602 West Call street when a near-tragedy pccurred about 10 a.m. ' Nick Wagner was in ' a nine foot ditch at the time, locating •ft* W8 , tife in .position. He Passes; Funiral Heid At Fonda Funerai services for Miss Elk Dooley, 95, were held this iwofti ing (Thursday) at Our t/a'dy ft 1 Good Counsel Catholic cHufch a< Fonda. R6v. John Hawley 6ffi ciated at the requiem high ma33 and burial was in' the parisri cemetery. Friends called at 'flv Hamilton Funeral fitome hert-' who wer^ in charge of arrangements, until Wednesday morning Miss Dtfdlcy, who had maa< icr home here with her nieefc, Mis. Imelda Engesser, for thb ast five years, died Monday fternoon in a nursing home' a' EmmetsbUrg. She as a sister 0.1 the late ir. J. Dooley, former Kossuth county recorder. She was born March 1, 1665,181 v> •*. **uu wwi AI Audi, i; 11 ij loud ai Rockford, 111. to John and \Ellen Riley Dooley and lived much of her life at Fonda. Only immr * ate survivor in the area i£ niece, Mrs. Engesseft , feriously damaged, fhs truck ftet -been ilSed B^ • huntefs find d stalks, which had watted uride? frame,; were apparently ignited' b* a spark, resulting irf severe dffilge to the wiriftg and #6nt AwardMight Of f>!um Creek 4-H - The Piu'm OriSek Elite . 4<-i4 t felub met jSfbv. Il^at the hom| d Audrey Gardner/ Demonstrations . Ann Wilson and na Miller, Music and recf§a^ tion were lefd by Susan Bo'de 1 and Gloria Miller. Joyce Gabrielson, Betty ton and Kristle, yatitig are Members this year 1 . Mrs. ffar:bld Gallon, Mrs. Walter Mescftfer and Miss Avis . Lettow- wert* juests. The club award ,nighf was hold a ml 6 Burt Legfort hal1 °n Nov 8. The following girls received pins for top record beoks in the Industrial Unit Vlsife Chicago, Milwaukee Area ditch, then notifiec lying in a I authorities. -•••'•-The; injured man was rushed to St. Ami hospital for treat ment, then to Mason City. It i possible he was unconscious • I a: couple of hours after the Two Algona men, John • E o r> tr Hardgrove, 25, and Bill Miller P. B.,,Harmes were injured when a'1962 auto r, and Bill .Steefe driven by the fornier crashed in- portion of last to a tree on North Jones street . . e 0D P 1 " 8 * 0 . and Mil- here at 2:20 a.m. Monday and Was on his knees when a lafll uT, "*f ? -— ?*•;&•••#*• interests pi burst iiito flames. amount "of dirt from a' wall of If A i?° na < -industrial /Developer ^. Hardgrove was charged with «ie_ ditch trapped him in tha ? xe "lP° rp ° r . atl ° n - Ed Storey failing to have control of the • ' 101 - <rf -the. low J Vehicle after the crash. He re" ; 0mT T s \ on ' , a 4? a Sf lv S d a cut on the hcad arid - ' In1dust " al Di ' hand and ^"er was cut on tht e Iow - a Pevelopmem face, bruised and suffered burn- ccompanied . the ed wrists. The Algona fire de- P> " " ' Pa " ent was called to th * _ trapped him in position • The. others 'affep |o dig;him out at once - but had 19. a) ?6ndon their attempts ana summqijjheld when f ave-in occurred. ' a seconV ' H? mmf ? s ' on . i;Aigoni firemen were called to if • .! ° n ' this. trip. ,, , Partment was called to the scene (he scene', and with Don Meyer *. 1S u - fe . e ^ n i? :° f the Corpor- Th e auto was headed south doing mych of the necessary fv" that . .obtaining new indus- when Hardgrove apparently los" shovelinl; managed to free Wae- j ls a h 'S hl y competitive en- control, and the car crashed into ner after more'than'30 anxious u e ^ Vor an ?. tnat results may bes' a tree near, the Paul Seeley resi- mihutes.- ., . be. accomplished by-carryine on dence on the west side of th^ Garrigan High < Has 44 Names On Honor Roll A. total of 44 students were named, to, the first quarter honor roll at Garrigan high . school' his week. Sixteen freshmen, 13 ophomores: six juniors and nirifc seniors were 'honored for having Wetter than a 6-average, according; to Fr.:Reis,' dean of boys? Following is the list of students; Freshmen — Lucinda Bra'dley Susan Bode, Joan Heinen, Daniei- Bray,. Therese ..Mullin, Janet Eif- peldmg, Betty Frideres, Rosa Lee' Illg, Jean/,Owens, Ann Wilson Anita Nurre, Joan Campbell', Suzanne Elbert, Raymond Er^f peldirtg, ; Randall K-jllasch and Zita Duffy, •'•'• T Sophomores — Ava Erpelding j Judith Blckert, Jams. Venteiche^-1 Daniel Ludwig, Lewis Elbert, William Vonderhaar, Faith Anr wertz, Judith; Salz, Fred Girres Wary Jane Besch," Marilyn' Stofel, Jean Gengler and Mary- Illg. .Juniors — Mary Lou Gales, Lois Erpelding, Jeanne Nelson, Patricia Bray, Mary Kay Neit- el 'and Julia Wingert. , The ,se ( wer project Ka'd gotter under\fay at Rike's earlier Wed- :lub: Audrey Gardner, senfor Linda Gardner, intermediate y Miller", junior. Jean ~ r v. v and Audrey Gardner .received plaques for blue longtime records; Jean Keith won a for hOrnfi economics. Au_. WJ Gardner received,, a leadership pin. Award trips to Chicago were won by Jean Keith and Audrev Cardper. , " Wesfey Boys 4-H iir T1 ? e r ^, ular meeting of thf Wesley Boys 4-H club was held Nov. 8, at tht! Wilford Beck hojme. Plans for the Award Nig 6f mpm . 'Wieetlng wdst ; , nujuum bobkS Wef6 passed oUt, A very im lunch was served by Mrs. Becker, { ,, j £<•-. ? - ^ * - r • jj, A New Arrival nsm'e'd Shite tfei-fcefi and has 1 ,'Mft^Kfld MM t paflh, Whittedfere, ,lb. -^.ol, sdn'borti urn* >&( , . Martlri Mete?, fcttH aftcl Mr, arid Mrs: L-L tfaeftHtflli, Alftn« a'fe the . the Other 2 Best Pre-Thank's^ivWg 1 Dance BANCROFT, IOWA LEGION HALL WED., NOV. 22 f hlghly ; occasion and the ; was about 12 -~°- 1 r-!-, six feet : wide. ;; When the rescue'was made n 5TSIwoaaTffs h " ave been h&e * >°°^-- might collapse and trap Wagner and the two workers in the hole with him at any time. I After a la'rge quantity of dir) had been moved from around Wagner's body and legs, a ropi Was used and Wagner actualij managed to work himself free and scramble out of the hole. He apparently suffered no ser- -v.. uvvu.ntiviijiicu uy-carrymg on I " c ">- c <-"» me west side of tht a'sustained program of knocking street - Policeman Eppo Bulten on doors 6f industry. The group' invpst ' c ' :lto ' 1 rru " * —* -* " l'dr\SM*tr> . *•!•* n4- ±"U,,«_ • - . " . - agelf by f spme. of; the i. calls '> they m n J*faj-'i i^ 11 Ji J n iii -«iL -1 ji A . .--- torus injuries in the mishap. He said his right shoulder hurt, but his legs, which had been folded all the time, were in good shape In his many years as a tiler, Wagner had never been caught m a cave-in before — and he neve'r wants to be in another! BefteDetrick Of Algona Is Wed Nov. 11 Bette Jane Detrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Detrick became the bride of Franklir Dee Kern, son of Mr. and Mrs Melvin Kern in a ceremony Saturday, Nov. 11, in St. Cecelia'r Catholic church. Msgr. P. p Gearen officiated at the ceremony. Sister Mary Ricardo was organist and Stephen and Joseph Detrick of Whittemore we acolytes. . Bfrniece Smith was maid honor and Robert Detrick w best man. Bjll Detrick and De jnar. Kern seated the guests. The bride wore a floor-leng gown of Florentine lace ovej- foundation of taffeta, The ba que bodice of lace had a Batea neckline accented with peai and the three-quarter slwv were edged with pearls. The vei full skirt of lace was accente py three pearl ornamented bow 9! satin, Her fingertip veil o sjlk illusion was attached to scalloped lace crown ornamen ed w>th pearls and sequins. He flowers were an arm bouquet o tangerine roses. A reception was held in th afternoon at the Academy hal Mrs. Perry Lwman cut the wed ding cake, Mrs. Robert Detric and' Mrs. Bill Detrick pourec 1 coffee and punch and Opal Kern assisted in opening gifts. Con me Prothman and Jacqueline De trick registered the guests anr 1 Helen Smith and Mrs. Ed Red ing were waitresses. The bride is a 1956 graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and j, employed at Bomgaars stoic pe bridegroom is a graduate o' Algona high school and served four years In the U. S". Air Force He j> Work Continues OnNewAHS Football Field The Algona Community School District board of directors met Monday night to discuss plans for going ahead with completion of athletic facilities at the sitr owned by the district in southeast Algona. Work on the foot- .ball field and leveling of lancf is in progress, and with good weather will be completed soon At the present lime, the board plans to have the football layout whith will be in a two-sider, bowl, surrounded by a track made ready so sod can be laid next spring. In surrounding areas, baseball and softball facilities and parking areas will be seeded nexi spring — if funds are available. Complete development of these areas is hoped for by next year The football field is a necessity as the field at the iairgrounc:-: will form the infield of a m-w quarter-mile race track to b< built there. • Lights will be moved from the fairgrounds to the new foothal' field this fall and it is hoped they will also be installed Bleachers, at least on the north side of the field, will be put in next year. The parking area* will have a hard clay base, covered with black dirt and new grass and alfalfa until funds ar« available to scrape investigated. The front of auto was smashed. the 21 > Seniors — James Eisenbach'er^ Alice Arndorfer,. Edward Gar- narf, Eileen O'Brien, Barbara Vonderhaar, Blondina Erpelding Judith : 'Murphy, : Mary Reilly afld" Daniel Zaugg. ^s^s^EErHH attempted to miss a rabbit on P Burns , Phe Burt fire department I led to the Graham Standard -DON'T WAIT- BE SURE TO ORDER RECORDS & ALBUMS IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS! "KOSSytH RADIO And RECORDS - -•" -»•••«** u xui_iuit \JL, the road. She swerved, lost con- I i (I 1962 Rambler Brings You 102 Improvements Rambler has' passed all but two other makes in sales (latest official registration figures, January-August). OCTOBER BREAKS ALL RECORDS Since the 1962 Ramblers were infro- quced, Rambler Sales have soared above any October in history. Ra'mbler shares its progress with customers by offering an-obvious^ better value for l'962—' 102 improvements: Self-adjusting Double-Safety- Brakes-new .Road Com-' mand Suspensioh,33,ObO-niilechassis .lubrication on Classic and Ambassa- d(jr-4,000 r mile engine oil change-oil filters standard-low-cost 2-year coolant-2-year battery-many more. ^Check value! Check price tags! Learn why 60% of our customers switch from other make cars. New Lower Prices on All '62 Rambler Models $50 to Ramblw Amel-lcanTAIready Amerl- ca s owast prtced, but most models now lower by at least $100 than '61? 1962 Ralib;W Prices Start at oiRh. .- ievBri! p f " ?£,* b "/ lnerl ", n Delu »» 2-Dobr Sedan'. Slate artd lodal ta«es, l( any, optional equipment, extri! of Compact Car Excellence D A U ' S G A R A G E , •> 125*^, Algona, Iowa -_ „. u ^^. ^, YV ^ A vcu, luoL uon- trol and slammed into the ditch She was not injured and damage to the auto was estimated at $100 by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst who investigated. Friday, at 6:40 p.m., an auto driven by Helmer A. Norman 62, Algona, collided with the rear of a vehicle driven by James R Haas, 34, Algona, at the intersection of highways 169 and If north of town. The Haas auto was stopped at a stop sign at the time. There were no personal injuries reported and no estimate of damage. Patrolman Bill Tordoff investigated Riverdale Rustlers Riverdale Rustlers Unit 'I 4-H club met Nov. 11, 1961. Kristine Plathe and Kathleen Plathe gave a demonstration. Bernadette Hil bert and Rosalie Illg gave a talk as did Charlene Thilges. Tht leaders gave suggestions on gift« to make for Christmas. They also drew names for Christmas gift exchange. The club helped seno Chnstmas Seals to people in Riverdale Township. Lunch wa>.- served by Mary Sue Ziemet and her mother. Grid Guesser Note It happens onco each season! On today's Football Guessers page we have one game inserted wice, the Kansas-California con- tost. 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