The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1966
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3 Athletes Hot On C-O-L-D Day SOCIETY NEWS I Three of the top individual performers in the third annual Bulldog Relays here Saturday afternoon and evening were Tom-' Elliott, Swea City, who took four firsts, Dave Martin, Algona, who grabbed three, and Dale Teeter, Algona with a pair of wins. Elliott can be seen in the photo at left above winning the class C 220, while Martin of the Bulldogs is shown in the photo at the right winning the class B 220 as Teeter comes in second. The trio of speedsters far out-distanced rivals In the event. The middle photo shows a group of chilled athletes, wrapped up in parkas and anything else that could be found, waiting for the start of the class A 2-mile relay. Eagle Grove, Lake Mills, and Swea City captured the class A, B and C crowns as 17 teams competed on a day which featured cold weather. (UDM Polaroid Photo) GHS Mile Relay Team Sets Mark $4,216 Heart Fund Total Is Short Of Goal ' ^mn Jt. ,^r ".xiA*^ jf && Garrigan's one mile relay team ran the distance in 3:43 to wind up the Bulldog Relays here with a first place finish Saturday night, giving the Bears 49 team points, good for a fourth place finish in class B. Members of the relay team are shown above with Coach Beanie Cooper, right. Left to right, the trackmen are Mark Goetz, junior, Tom Black, freshman, and Dick Bleich, senior. Bill Reding, junior, l >«fourth member of the team, was sick the day the photo was snapped. ,,,-,,- • .... McCarthy accounted for Garrigan's other first in the Relays when he went 5-10 in the high jump to top the class B field in that event. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Minor Mishap An Algonan, Lucille A. Dorweiler, 48, was charged with making an improper left turn after a 2-car mishap here Wednesday at 3:40 p, m. Her car collided with another, driven by Russell' L. Spear, 18, Algona, at" 'the 'intersection of Call and Phillips streets here, resulting in an estimated $150 damage to each vehicle. Swea City Takes State Line Conference Track Crown Swea City galloped to victory in the mile relay, final event on the program, and the win gave the Trojans the State Line Conference Track Meet title Monday- at the Algona high school track. Swea City edged Titonka by 31/2 points to grab the team championship. There were no records set as a brisk wind and rather cool weather hampered athletes during the afternoon-evening meet. TEAM STANDINGS Swea City 60 1/2 Titonka 57 Lincoln-Central 41 Sentral 31 Thompson 29 1/2 Armstrong 24 Woden-Crystal Lake 21 Burt 141/2 Rlngsted 11 1/2 Rake 6 Lakota 3 In a special event, Burt won the junior high 440-yd. relay in ;52.9. Tom Elliott, Swea City speedster who took four individual events in class C of the Bulldog Relays here Saturday, ran into -some pretty rugged opposition Monday - and was limited to a pair of victories. He took the 100 and 220-yd. dashes, The Trojans wound up with six firsts, while Titonka notched four, Armstrong three, and Sentral, Woden-Crystal Lake, Burt and .Lincoln-Central, one each. Results: 100 • Elliott, Swea City, U0.9. 220 - Elliott, Swea City, :24.5. 440 » Trunkhill, Titonka, ;54.1. 880 - Trenary, Armstrong, 2:09.4. Mile - Kockler, Swea City, 4:52.8 12.0-yd. highhurdles - Cosgrove, Titonka, -47.5. 180-yd. Jow hurdles •<• Geitzenauer, Sentral, :22.9. High jump * Hazelhoff, Swea City, 5-8. Discus * Isebrand, Woden-Cry*- stal Lake, 123-9 1/2. Shot put - Laffey, Armstrong, 41*8 3/4. Pole vault «• RedemsJke, Burt, ICM. Broad jump » Rooney, Arm* strong, 19-4 3/4. 440 relay- Titonka, :48.1. 880 relay - Titonka, 1:41.7. Mile relay - Swea City, 3:47.9. Mile medley relay - Swea City, 3:56. 2-mile relay - Lincoln-Central, 8:50. LuVerne reaches baseball finals with 14-4 victory CORWITH - LuVerne blasted Rockwell-Swaledale to the sidelines in sectional baseball tourney action here Monday 14-4 with the game called after five frames because of the 10-run margin rule. The winners' came up with eight runs in the third inning. Bruce Hefty pitched the distance for LuVerne and held Rockwell to five hits, including a second inning homer by Philpott. Four pitchers for the losers gave up nine hits. In the second scheduled game Monday, Cylinder forfeited to Corwith-W e s 1 e y. So LuVerne now will play Corwith-Wesley in the Wednesday afternoon finals here at 4 p.m. The linescore: l.nVBBNE :iii» {•'.— II 11 I KOCKWKUI ill! II'!— I .1 •; Heft; mid Grtufer. I'irk. Bti|- man II), Rrimrri Cli. H«Ui\f IM »ncl .lull. Bears Suffer First Loss Golf Tuesday Garrigan's golf team suffered its first defeat of the dual meet season after two wins at the hands of Ringsted, 150-158, at Bancroft Tuesday. Jensen led the winners with a one under par 34, while his teammates carded 38, 38 and 40. Boo Smith topped the Bears with a 36, followed by John Hamilton, 37, Brian LaBarre, 42, and Mark Erpelding, 43. Other Garrigan scores were Steve Ejpetding, 44, Dan Owen, 47, and John Bradley, 48. St. John's Is Winner Of BB Sectional St. John's of Bancroft used the long ball here Monday to defeat Ledyard 4-1 and captured the Sectional baseball title and a berth in the District Tournament. Bancroft grabbed a 2-0 lead in the third inning on a two run home run by Steve Vaske. Then, in the fifth inning, Robert Hatten tripled after Vaske singled to score the third Bancroft tally and Hatten crossed the plate when Dick Diers singled. In the sixth inning Ray Govern and Eugene Dontje drew walks for Ledyard. Darold Bert followed with a single to plate Govern with Ledyard's lone run. Ron Johnson went the route for Ledyard, gave up nine hits and struck out 10. Diers pitched a five hitter for Bancroft and struck out nine, Bancroft will meet the winner of the Corwith - Wesley Sectional tournament in district tournament play. Martin Wins 100 Yd, Dash, Bronco Relays Algona's Bulldogs finished fifth with 2 7 points and Garrigan wound up sixth with 25 points in the Class A division of the Bronco Relays at Belmond Tuesday. Only first place winner for the local: schools was Dave Martin of the Bulldogs who copped the 100 yd. dash with a :10.8. clocking. Eagle Grove won the Class A title witty 86 points, while Clarion won Class Band Sheffield-Chapin Class C. Both local teams will travel to the District Track Meet at Eagle Grove tomorrow (Friday). The total collected in Kossuth county in the Heart Fund drive reached $4,216.27, according to F. L. (Roy) McMahon, treasurer. This exceeds totals on previous drives, but it is somewhat short of the goal of $5,100. Mrs. Don Mitchell of Burt, county chairman, reports that the 1966 drive for funds is completed. Anyone wishing to make further donations may make them to Mr. McMahon at the Iowa State Bank in Algona or to Mrs. Mitchell. In reports from town chairmen, Mrs. Tom Garry, -Jr., Bancroft, reports $170.34; Mrs. James Fries, Burt, $171.20; Mrs. GusKrause.Fenton, $95.60; Rev. Paul Ofstedal, Lakota, $137.35; Mrs. E. A. Carpenter, Ledyard, $86; Mrs. Eugene Harson, Lone Rock, $62; Allen Blake, LuVerne, $144.25; Mrs. A. E. Charlson, Swea City, $265.99; Mrs. Bea Garrett, Titonka, $128; Mrs. Harold Hemmingson, Wesley, $106.20; Mrs. Leonard Elbert, Whittemore, $223.42. Township chairmen have also reported their-totals.'. Mrs. EJu- gene^eyers,,Buffalo, $118; Mjs. Art Person, Burt, $101; Mrs. James Koons, Eagle, $64; Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Fenton, $99.50; Leo Hanselman,Garfield,$97.50; Mrs. Irvin Beenken, German, $118.25; Mrs. Robert Briggs, Grant, $66; Mrs. Francis Foth, Greenwood, $102.35; Mrs. August Brandt, Harrison, $70; Mrs. Edwin Nauman, Hebron, $67.75; Mrs. Clarence fflemer, Irvington, $113; Mrs. Burdette Hoeppner, Ledyard, $89; August Melz, Lincoln, $91.50; Mrs. Ervin Ruhnke, Lotts Creek, $119.82; Mrs. Willard Fett, LuVerne, $60.05; Mrs. Tom Sampson, Plum Creek, $51.50; Mrs. Russell Parsons, Portland, $95.25; Mrs. Thomas Lickteig, Prairie, $54; Mrs. John Smidt, Ramsey, $69.25; Bernard Thilges, Riverdale, $89; Mrs. R. M. Fortney, $77.25; John Blumer, Sherman, $107.80; Mrs. Irvin Brandt, Springfield, $62.75; Mrs. Laurel Peterson, Swea, $102; Mrs. Daniel Fisher, Union, $88; Mrs. Ray Cunningham, Wesley, $46.50; Whitternore, Albert Kramer, $109.40. Kuhns Feted By Children; Wed 50 Years Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn were honored recently by their children in observance of their golden wedding anniversary. An open house was held at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klein, with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kuhn of Ankeny, also sponsoring the occasion. The observance was belated, as Mr. and Mrs. Kuhn were in Texas at the date of their anniversary. The couple was presented a large grandfather clock. Mrs. Daisy Meyer of Cincinnati, Ohio, sister of Mrs. Kuhn, poured. Their granddaughter, Mindy Kuhn, served punch. Mrs. Bob Kuhn cut the cake. Their grandson, Rick Klein, had charge of the guest book. In charge of the table were Mrs. Leota HalpinandMrs. H. S. Montgomery. Over 150 guests attended. Irvington Ideals Irvington Ideals 4-H club met at St. Benedict hall, April 16, Hostess was Rachel Jenkinson, called to order by president Carol Stebbins. New business was a discussion of Mother's Day Tea, and passing out the new fair list. Demonstrations were given by Debbie PeCoy, and Rachel Jenkinson. A talk was given by Debra youngwirth. HAVE LUNCHEON Members of St. Ann auxiliary met at the Country Club for a luncheon Monday noon. - o - FAREWELL COFFEE Mrs. Milton Norton gave a coffee Saturday, a farewell for Mrs. Nell McCall, who has gone to Omaha, Neb. to make her home In an apartment in the home of her daughter, Mrs. James Griffith. - o - PLAYED BRIDGE Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. - o - SHOWER HOSTESSES A miscellaneous shower was given Monday evening at the Methodist church for Janie Korbel of Near Chicago, whose engagement and approaching marriage to Ronald Tschetter, son ofMrs.ThelmaTschetterand the late Joe Tschetter, has been announced. Hostesses were Mrs. Wesley Bartlett, Mrs. John Hayes, Mrs. R. M. Phillips, and Mrs. Cecil Will. - o - KITCHEN SHOWER Mrs. Tom Verhuel gave a kitchen shower Saturday for Mary Lea Renger, Bancroft, whose approaching marriage to Eugene Flaig, has been announced. Those in attendance were Mrs. William Degen, Whittemore, Mrs. Douglas Meyer, Mrs. LeRoy Christiansen, Mrs. Mary Flalg, Mrs. Joe Bradley, Mrs. Ivan Parrott, Mrs. Homer Klein, Mrs. Harlan Harris, Mrs. John Harris and Mrs. J. C. Everds. BIRTHDAY CLUB Mrs. Netha Mathes entertained her birthday club Monday at a dessert luncheon honoring the anniversary of Mrs. Charles LaBarre. Other members are Mrs. Emma Pittman, Mrs. Russell Cook, Mrs. EdWolcott. Mrs. LaBarre'ssister,Mrs. Bernice Struble of Vinton was also present. Legal Notices tfiorftdcry, May S, 1966 Algona, (la.) Upper De* Motn«-1t - o - IDLE HOUR The Idle Hour bridge club met Wednesday with Mrs. Ray Potter. - o- ; WEDNESDAY CLUBS - Mrs. Effie Teeter Is enter^ taining* the Knit and Sew club Wed* nesday. Mrs. Esther Helberg will ' be hostess to her 500 club Wednesday evening. - o - FAMILY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven were at Alden Sunday where a family dinner was given in honor of Mrs. Steven'»85th birthday . Present were the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hodgin, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geis, Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and three grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. James Steven and infant, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. - o BIRTHDAY DINNER Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her husband's birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kunzman, Craig, Connie and Rickie, Everly, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook, Mason City, Melvin Rieken, Geraldine Blaue, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard McGinnis, Suzanne, Michael, Janelle and Jeffrey, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Elberts and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8919 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Emma E, Hook, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Emma E. Hook, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 2nd day of May, 1966, the last will and testament of Emma E. Hook, deceased, bear- Ing date of the 17th day of December, 1963, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that T. E. White, Lawrence J. White and LeoE. Fltzglbbons were appointed executors of said estate. Notice Is further glventhatany action to set aside said will must be brought In the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice Is further given that all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 2nd dayof May, 1966. T. E. White Lawrence J. White Leo E. Fltzglbbons Executors of said Estate Fltzglbbons & FHzglbbons Attorney (s) for said Executors Estherville, Iowa Date of second publication: 10th day of May, 1966. (35 & 36) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MERVIN C. CRONAN, DECEASED, PROBATE NO. 8695 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE. To: Clara M. Cronan, 718 E. South St., Algona, lowajMc- Cullough's Funeral Chapel, 112 S. Dodge St., Algona, Iowa; Dr. M. G. Bourne, M. D., 118 N. Moore St., Algona, Iowa; Donald Maasdam, 305 S.Lowe St., Algona, Iowa; Winkel & Wlnkel, Box 503, Algona, Iowa; Norman Cronan, address unknown; and Caroline Cronan, address unknown, and if married, her surname also unknown ; as surviving spouse, . creditors and heirs at law of the above named decedent, and to any and all persons, known or unknown, who may have, or claim to have any Interest in or to the real estate hereinafter described. You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County, a Petition for the sale of the following described property: Lots Five and Six (5 & 6) of Block Fifty-eight (58) of the Original Plat of Algona, Iowa, by Donald Maasdam, in the above named estate. You are further notified that said Administrator proposes to sell this real estate at private sale to one, Donald Tletz, for the cash sum of $1,000.00 and for which he has signed a contract. For further particulars, see the petition now on file. You are further notified under an Order of the District Court of the State of Iowa, in end for Kossuth County, that a hearing will be held on saUl petition for the sale of said property in and before the District Court aforesaid In the Courtroom of the Kossuth County Courthouse, at Algona, Iowa, on the 9th day of June, 1966, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M., and that you may appear on or prior to said time and show cause, If any, you may have, why said property should not be sold for the purpose of paying lebts and expenses of said estate, including taxes, court costs and other expenses of making good title. At said time and place, you may also make higher or better bids for said property and the highest bidder will be declared the purchaser. This sale will be final as to said property. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 2nd day of May, 1966. Donald Maasdam, Administrator /S/ By: Wlnkel & Wlnkel Wlnkel & Winkel, his Attorneys (published in The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 5, 12 and 19, 1966). (35-37-39) For Your Dancing Pleasure SATURDAY, MAY 7 BACK BY YOUR POPULAR DEMAND CHARLES'RUSSELL ORCHESTRA Featuring Jimmy Noonan, Vocalist Playing Your Favorite Standard! :HUMBOU>T'S< LQUNOK Next to Johnny's Stert H»rbor £irtkilone Mother'* Pin mis-mi LOVING STORY OF Mothtf i pi* li Ultortd |«it '« MolK.f tnrf f««H- 4 with AintrUn mMhln* c«l blrlhilonM. II Kill flit lion of IH* thlldrtn In h.r lilt in4 ONLY ikt'U MM II »i» lotldi prM« ol ktr Umlly. Sharp's Jewelry Algona Traveling Teepee Camping Trailers The finest fold-down camper on the market! 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