The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1966 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1966
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Friday to Be Cleanup Day, Seneca 4-H SENECA * The Seneca Progressive Farmer's 4-H dub met at the Art Kabrick home Wednesday evening, May 18, with Randy Kabfick and John Nyman as hosts, the group voted to hold their "Clean up the Country Side Campaign" on May 27. this is a part of their citizenship pro* gram. A committee composed of Joan Berhanrd and Ellen Lynch were appointed to make arrangements; The club tour is planned for the evening of June 17. Rodney Jensen and Tom Lynch will organize and set up the demonstrations for county competition. John Nyman gave a talk on Weed Control and Randy Kabrick talked on Keeping Fuel Clean. - o SENECA STARS Seneca Stars 4-H club held their Mother's Tea Wednesday evening, May 18, at the Lone Rock Legion hall. Cathy Bergum, club president, had charge of the program. Plans were made to hold their local Achievement Day on the evening of August 5. Mrs. Henry Looft explained this year's fair list. The program began with a Tonette Duet by Susan Fortney and Corrine Johnson. Barbara Andre gave a reading, "What is a Farm-Wife?" and Audrey Bergum presented a vocal solo with Jill Jensen as accompanist. Linda Kracht played a piano solo, "The Flower Song", after which Kathy Merrill and Patricia Dreyer presented a vocal duet. A reading was given by Cathy Bergum after which Rosemary Fortney and Carrie Bergum presented a clarinet duet. A piano duet was given by Ann Fortney and Linda Kracht and a piano solo by Patricia Dreyer. The program closed with a chorus. A few games of Password entertained the group while refreshments were prepared by Anna Menz and Patricia Dreyer, hostesses for the evening. The honored guests were presented with corsages. Enjoying the courtesy were the mothers of the members, Mrs. Art Bergum, Mrs. Robert Fortney, Mrs. Nina Kracht, Mrs. Claude Johnson, Mrs. Clarence Menz, Mrs. Kenneth Andre, Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Mrs. Dreyer, Mrs. Ted Jensen; others in attendance included Mrs. Iver Bergum, Mrs. Mary Paulson, Mrs. Arthur Fortney and Mrs. Henry Looft; also Mrs. Kracht's little granddaughter from Romney, West Virginia. - o Memorial services were held for Mrs. Florence Dotson, 73, former Seneca resident, now of Armstrong, Tuesday afternoon at the First Presbyterian church at Armstrong with the Rev. Ellis Gasser officiating. Mrs. Dotson was killed in a two-car accident at the south edge of Ft. Dodge Friday evening, May 13. Dennis Dahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Dahl, was awarded the Science Achievement Award for the year 1965-66 at Estherville Junior College by being the top student in Chemistry. To win this award Dennis had to compete with first and second year chemistry students. The award is a Handbook of Chemistry and Physics - College Addition. The award is given annually to the highest ranking student in Chemistry. Dennis, maintained a 4.0 average for the first semester. Arlene Lynch Geltzenauer, daughter of the Wayne Lynchs, was graduated from La James Beauty Academy at Mason City on June 18. Her husband, John Geltzenauer will be graduated from Hamilton's Business College at Mason City on M ay 28. They moved recently to Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Young (Tilda Johannesen) of Minneapolis visited Sunday with relatives in this area. They were breakfast guests at the Christens Vahl- dieck home at Wallingford where they were joined by Mrs. Anna Presthus of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Wally Blinkman and family thi/rsdoy, May 26, 1966 Algona (la.) Upp*r 0*< MolnM-7 STATEMENT OF CONDITION FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Armstrong, Iowa (OFFICE IN FENTON) APRIL 5, 1966 — ASSETS — Cash & Due from Banks $ 616,241.76 U. S. Bonds & Securities 1,618,598.29 Municipal Securities.... 453,564.23 'Loans & Discounts 2,984,571.61 s Banking House, Furniture and Equipment. 9,760.24 Other Assets.. 2,986.13 — LIABILITIES — Capital Stock $ 100,000.00 Surplus 150,000.00 Undivided Profits 282,861.22 Total Capital Funds.. 532,861.22 Deposits 5,152.861.04 Total Assets $5,685,722.26 Total Liabilities $5,685,722.26 • • jf. T. -T..Y•n* .*«.*,;,.,, ^""OFFICERS"and"DIRECTORS * **•..»>*'• John F. O'Neill, President Jean T. O'Neill, Asi't. Cuhler F. S. Manor, Vice President Rita Weis, Ass't. Cashier Leo E. Fitafflbboni, Vice President Andrew Johnson, Director James M. O'Neill, Cashier Gerald Volet, Office M*r. A(§/Westinghouse AIR CONDITIONER will help you beat those sizzling, sticky summer days.. >and nights! The Southerner Super-High Capacity sQcms WITH TRADE This 15,000 BTU Is a hard worker for large areas In homes, offices or stores, • It has a slide-out chassis for easy installation and adjustable air jet vanes direct the air where you • Controls let you bring fresh air in and exhaust stale air, (230V) BIG POWER! LOW PRICE! Mobilaire 5000 The Mobilaire COOO is perfect for night-time cooling. • It weighs but 59 IDS. and can be c;uickly and easily installed. • Needs no special wiring, either,,, operate: on 115 volts /ZJ\ and 7.5 amps. • Just plug it in Ui» ft (MAUlurt HI «iii*kif to !),Mt ti H.wg uv ;ifM- tut. Ttvi'i i wit«»PHI MPT »••'. 81 w Utyt. (tip li tt<« M* tg m tf NT Hr HMWl*l«« fftclalliy tl l«lf (IfM till W m «%*»• IOWA ELECTRIC IIOHI5POIRCOMWNYBQ Bulldogs Open Friday Algona high school's baseball squad began workouts recently and will open its 1966 season May 27 when the Twin Rivers Pirates visit the locals at the school baseball park. Coach Keith Christie and members of his squad are shown in the photo above. In front, left to right, are Tom Claude, Craig Espe, Bob Farnham, Bill Boldridge, Roger Barr, Dale Pederson and Don Hagen. In back, left to right, Coach Christie, Dave Martin, Bill Farnham, Gary Barr, Tom Jones, Roger Meyer and Craig Taylor. Missing when the photo was snapped were Dale Teeter and Larry Scobba. Lettermen are Espe, Scobba, Martin, the Farnhams, Claude, Teeter, Meyer, Boldridge and Gary Barr. Espe, Scobba, Pederson and Taylor are expected to handle the pitching chores this season, although at the "present time, the latter is suffering from an injured shoulder. Scobba was 5-0 a year ago and Espe, who wound up with a 6-6 mark, is a much better hurler than the record indicates. Espe and Pederson are lefties and the other pair throw from the right side. Algona posted a 17-6 mark last season, with the now graduated Steve Hardy finishing with a 6-0 record on the hill. In 1964, the Bulldogs had a 17-4 mark. Meyer led the club in hitting (although only a freshman then) with a lusty .403 average, with 31 hits in 77 tries. Martin batted .278, Scobba .261, Teeter .246, Bill Farnham .220, Gary Barr .182, Claude .169, Espe .148, and Bob Farnham .143 last summer. On the mound, Espe was the workhorse as he pitched 81 Innings, whiffing 131 and walking 47. Scobba worked 44 innings, struck out 51 and walked only six. Espe allowed 40 hits and Scobba 29 last season. The team fashioned a .247 batting average, scoring 127 runs and committing 47 errors 'in 23 games. (UDM Polaroid Photo) ALGONA HIGH BASEBALL SCHEDULE May 27 - Twin Rivers, 5 p. m. June 2 - At Burt, 6:30. June 3 - At Webster City. June 7 - Eagle Grove, 6:30. June 10 - Hampton, 6:30. June 14 - At Clear Lake. June 17 - At Clarion. June 18 rVMarshalltown, 4. June 2T-*Iowa Falls, 6:30. June 24 - Humboldt, 6:30. June 27 - At Twin Rivers, 8. June 28 - Burt, 6:30. June 29 - At Eagle Grove, 8. July 2 - At Forest City, 8. July 15 - Clear Lake, 6:30. July 2C - Forest City, 6:30. FRESH-SOPHS June 9 - At Clear Lake, 5. June 13 - Eagle Grove, 5. June 15 - Twin Rivers, 5. June 27 - At Twin Rivers, 6. June 30 - At Eagle Grove, 4. July 7 - Clear Lake, 5. AOK Club The Algona AOK club met May 14 at the home of Merri Laing. Money earning projects were brought up an we will collect and sell pop bottles and sell tooth brushes and moth cakes. We voted for camp delegates and Judy Berger, Debbie Studer, Judy Taphorn, Kathy Lallier, and Terry Farrell are delegates. All meetings will be held at the Extension office. The junior leader is Judy Berger. Demonstrations were given by Jan Haag, Mary McEvoy, and Suzanne Holtzbauer. Talks were given by Judy Berger and Terry Farrell. Mrs. Gene Heimer, Mrs. Montag and Mrs. Elaine Klnseth were guests. Best groomed girl of the month was Mary M ontag. PIKE 13-year old Steve Knutson of New Hampton had a pretty good day's work when he landed a 17 Ib. northern pike at Genoa, Minn. It measured 40 inches long. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred TP Us With Confidence Phonej FENTON 899-2796 RINOSTED 866-1006 8900001 866-IV70 » m mwm \ Wesleyan Cans First Hole In One Monday Bill Koppen, 37-year old Wesley golfer, experienced the thrill of a lifetime on the links Monday evening when he canned a hole-in-one at Hillside Country Club there. He was playing a round of golf with Jim Walker at the time. The pair teed off on number five, a par three, 152-yard hole, when Koppen 1 s shot rolled into the cup. The course is in Us third year of operation and the hole- in-one was the first since it opened. Koppen hit his perfect shot with a seven iron. He has been playing golf about 10 years. Many golfers were on the course at the time as the weather cleared in late afternoon following a deluge of rain Sunday night and Monday. Lettermen Have Steak Fry At State Park About 110 varsity athletes, coaches, members of the athletic department and faculty, cheerleaders and a representative of the Upper Des Moines were guests of the Algona High School Lettermen 1 s Club at a picnic at the shelter house, Call State Park, Monday evening. Luscious round steak, cooked on open grills by cheerleaders and others, baked beans, potato chips, milk and coffee provided a fine menu for the event. Coaches lending a helping hand at times were Howie Stephenson, Jim Hershberger, Champ Martin, Keith Christie and Don Camenisch, with varsity squad members of all sports during the current school year the honored guests. Hurt In Crash Rita Mirie Luedtke, 17, Lone Rock, was taken to St. Ann hospital here after a car accident Wednesday about 8:15 p, m. on a county blacktop road 4 1/2 miles southeast of Fenton. She suffered cuts near an eye and also knee injuries when she lost control of the vehicle which plunged into a ditch, jumped a dredge ditch and landed on its top. The 1965 model car she was driving had damage totaling $2,000. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst investigated. To Sell Season Tickefs For Swimming Pool Season tickets for the Algona swimming pool will go on sale Monday, May 30. The date and time schedule is: May 30 - 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. May 31 - 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. June 1 - 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Season tickets prices are: Pre season - children under 12, $3.50; 12 thru 16, $4.50; 17 and over, $5.50; family $18.00. After June 1, all prices go up. General admission - children under 12, 25? and 12 and over, 50?. Swimming lessons are included with the price of the season ticket and those children or adults who wish to take the lessons and do not have a season ticket are charged for lessons. Lifeguards this year will be Pamela Henderson, Mary Ann Erpelding, Bill Bartlett, John Schutter, Jim Johnson, Doug Barr and Beanie Cooper will be manager. The pool will again sponsor an Algona swimming team and information on this will come out at a later date. Pool hours will be 2 p. m. to 9:30 p. m. continuously seven days a week. The pool will open June 5. Starting June 15, family night will be held every Wednesday from 6 p. m. on. On these nights no high school age boy or girl or under may come swimming unless they are accompanied by their parents. All parents are encouraged to use this night for a good healthy family recreation evening. The adult swimming lesson program will be held in conjuntion with this evening, starting June 22. WILD TURKEY A 21 Ib. wild turkey which Bill Criswell, Oakland pharmacist shot last fall is now mounted and can be seen in Oakland. The wild bird had a 10-inch "beard" which is considered trophy size. Its age has been estimated at 5 years. ^v^ H(^F H^ ^H™* -™ pi^^' HHHI ^P^^ Hd^^^^^^ H^MHM^Hr ^^^ GROCERY DELIVERY TWICE DAILY Call 5-3762 East End Grocery ALGONA, IOWA SEASON OPENING STOCK CAR RACE AT KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY (FAIRGROUNDS - ALGONA). WILL BE HELD FRIDAY NIGHT MAY 27 THRILLS - CHILLS^ SPILLS - •• EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT WARM-UPS - 8 P.M. RACES - 8:30 P.M. ADULTS - ONLY $1 CHILDREN UNDER 12 FREE WITH PARENTS • • • SCHULTZ BROS. TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS GAS FOR LESS WILL GIVE AWAY A USED CAR OPENING NIGHT COME ONE - COME ALL ! KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY ALGONA, IOWA She's your girl Friday... .. . and Saturday and Sunday and every other day! 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