The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1966
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4-Alfleno (la.) Upp»t fct Main** Thursday, Jun* 23, 1966 Martin Hit Puts Algona Past Iowa Falls, 2-1 A two-out, two-strike line single to center field by catcher Date Martin sent Bill Boldridge scooting in from second and gave Algona's Bulldogs a thrilling 2-1 victory over Iowa Falls here in a North Central Conference game Tuesday evening. Martin's shot upped the locals' season mark to 8-1 on their fourth straight win, Coach Keith Christie's club Is slated to meet West Bend here today (Thursday) at 6:30 p. m., then host Humboldt Friday at the same time in another loop fray. After erratic play allowed Algona to score a run in the home half of the first and Iowa Falls a tainted run in the second, pitchers Craig Espe of the Bulldogs and Dana Mills of the Cadets settled down and with excellent help hurled quite a duel. Algona's run in the first came on an error, which allowed Martin to reach first, a steal of second and an error on the third baseman on another steal attempt that allowed him to roar home. Hits by Espe and Tom Claude In the same frame were wasted. - Iowa Falls tied it on an infield : hit, fielder's choice, a hit to - right, an error and a wild pitch. : Pitcher Mills scored the run. [ Espe and Mills used effective 1 curves to keep the hitters pretty : well under control until the locals . came through In the seventh. Al: gona had men on second and : third with two out in the third, . but couldn't come through and ' it was the only serious threat : by either club until the seventh. : With one out, Dale Peterson pulled a single to right as he hit for Bill Boldridge. Gary Barr sent Peterson to second with a perfect sacrifice bunt and Boldridge went in to run for Peterson. That's when Martin took the first pitch for a strike and foul tipped the second. The next pitch was rifled to center for victory. Martin and Claude each had a pair of blows for the winners. Espe allowed only four hits, struck out 12 and issued no walks, while Mills gave up seven blows, whiffed eight and walked none. The Bulldogs committed two errors and Iowa Falls three. The victory kept Espe unbeaten this year as he got his sixth straight. Box score: ALGONA (2) AB R H Martin 4 1 2 Espe 3 0 1 Claude 302 Meyer 300 Bill Farnham 300 Scobba 300 Teeter 301 Boldridge 2 1 0 Peterson 10 1 G. Barr 1 0 0 Bob Farnham 100 27 2 T Annual County Junior Golf Tourney Here The annual Kossuth County Junior Golf Tournament, sponsored by the Algona Jay cees, will be held at Algona Country Club this Saturday, June 25. The top five winners will be eligible for the State Junior Golf Tournament in Des Moines July 8-9, with the top two winners -• having their expenses and entry : fee paid by the sponsor. ;. Also, there will be additional ; prizes to local entries. All boys u from Kossuth county whose birth'• day will not be till September, will - be eligible. All contestants must - be at the Algona Country Club at - 7:30 a. m. Saturday to register ~ to qualify. Entry fee will be 50 cents. JGARR1GAN JR. HI BASEBALL After two weeks of play, the standings look like this; W L St. Benedict 4 0 St. Joe 3 0 St. Mary's 1 1 Whittemore 1 2 Algona Braves 0 2 Algona Twins 0 2 Wesley 0 2 A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS WHO CARES? So who cares whether or not your new truck will get top quality service - if it ever needs it? We care. Our CMC-trained service experts will give you the finest service available, One thing, though. If your new truck happens to be a CMC, you can bet that little servicing will be needed. And remember, we care. JOE BRADLEY EQUIP, Famed Comic For Air Show At Mason City Civilian flying will be emphasized this year at the 13th annual North Iowa Aviation Days, July 23-24, at the Mason City airport. The theme will be carried out in aircraft displays, competition among visiting pilots, sky divers, displays of homemade and model airplanes and an air show. Ticket sales for the two-day event will start this week by the Mason City Jaycees. Aviation Days annually attract up to 300 planes and more than 45,000 spectators. A special feature of Aviation Days this year will be a public stage show and dance in the Surf Ballroom, Clear Lake, starting at 9:15 p. m., July 23. Headlining the stage show will be Henny Youngman, nationally- known showm an. Complete with his violin, Youngman frequently has appeared on the Johnny Carson show, Hollywood Palace and Jackie Gleason show. At the same show, Evans and Jeanne, who do songs, dances and impersonations and the "Skeets* Langley Trio also will be featured. Tops Standings Five area stock car drivers remain in the list of point standings at Jackson, Minn. Speedway. Top modified driver in the 49-man field is Jim Edgington of Algona with 1235. Leo Chrlstensen, West Bend, is sixth with 630, Gene SchattSchneider, Algona 24th, 190, Don Baas, Algona, 29th, 100, and Les Weldln, Algona, 31st, 90. Wildin was injured after the first week and has not been back in action. Schattschnelder and Edgington are one-two in the stock car standings at Kossuth Speedway, - Algona. ^ New Officers; St. Joe C.D.A. Initiated ST. JOE - C. D. A; met Wednesday evening with Mrs. N. J. Weydert, grant regent, presiding. The court will take care of the cost of the sanctuary lamp for the coming year. Robes for the trustees will be purchased to make a complete set of robes for officers. Following the meeting, installation of officers was held, with Mrs. George Montag and assisting monitor, Mrs. Joe Fogarty, both from West Bend, in charge. The district deputy gave a short talk on the motto of the order, "Unity and Charity", explan- tatlon of the colors, symbols and duties of each officer. Officers are Mrs. N. J. Weydert, grand regent; Mrs. Marvin Reding, vice regent; Mrs. Maurice Reding prophetess; Mrs. David McGuire, lecturer; Mrs. James Berte, monitor; Mrs. Harold Reding, financial sec.; Mrs. Thomas Reislng, treasurer; Mrs. Donald Reding, historian; Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, sentinel; Mrs. Adeline Wagner, musician. Trustees are Mrs. Irene Bormann and Mrs. Peter C. Reding, 3 years, Mrs Paul Erpelding and Mrs. Orvile Wagner, 2 years, and Mrs. Francis Er- peldlng and Mrs. Bernard Streit, 1 year. Following the r installation, lunch was served and cards played. Mrs. David McGuire received the plate prize with Mary Jane Origer and Mrs. Vernon Berte receiving high and second high prizes. Officers meet June 21 at the home of Mrs. Adeline Wagner to make out year books. No meetings are held through the summer with the first fall meeting to be held Sept. 14. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Marion were Monday visitors with an uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Casper Kayser, Waseca, Minn. Mildred Bormann and Mary Jane Origer, St. Joe, and Karen and Ruth Lappe, Wesley, left Sunday via train from Fort Dodge for a 2-week vacation trip to Washington, D. C. to visit Dorothy Bormann and other acquin- tances and visit places of Interest. Mildred and Dorothy are sisters,, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann and Karen and Ruth are nieces, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lappe. Enroute home they will visit Dr. and Mrs. Joel Bormann and sons in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Jack LeBruen and Leona, Dell Rapids, So. Dak. were Wednesday dinner guests here in the home of cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and family. They also were guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann, Uvermore, and other relatives. Mrs. Irene Bormann and family entertained in their home Tuesday evening in honor of their guest, Mrs. Bormann's sister, Sister M. Benedict, Madison, Wis. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kollasch and granddaughter, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bormann, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Laubenthal and family, Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Gales and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bormann and family and Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Kohlhaas and family all from here. Veronica Stessmann returned to her home at Earling Sunday after spending the past week here with her sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann and family. Pfc. Larry Elenz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Elenz of Alta Vista, was a weekend visitor here with his sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mr. Florlan Faber. Following his 30 day leave, Pfc. Elenz will be assigned to Viet Nam. Mrs. Math O'Connor and Arlyn, Parsons, Kans., and Mrs. Paul McGannon, Paul, Patty and Mary, Salina, Kans. left Saturday after a visit here with relatives and friends and attending the Montag Bormann wedding June 11. Janet Reding, Mary Sue Reding, Patricia Wagner and Eileen Wagner left Saturday for Denver, Colo, where they visited Carol Erpelding Sunday and Monday. They will also visit Mr. and Mrs. Dan Gldley, Colorado Springs, and other acquaintances and points of interest, Patricia returning to her Job in the business dept., Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, July 1, Eileen to Dial Fiance, Fort Dodge, July 6, with Janet and May Sue planning on a longer stay. Attend Wedding Of Grand Niece Mr. and Mrs. Francis Spilles and daughters Marjory and Mary Francis drove tp -' Whittemore June 11 and picked ,'•• up Mrftnd Mrs. Frank Spil- * les to attend the wedding of their grandnlece, Wilma Ann Heit to Jerold E. Aubry at the Immaculate Conception Catholic church In Charles City. A luncheon and reception followed the ceremony at the Moose Lodge there. The bride is a graduate of Edge wood College at Madison, Wis. and the bridegroom, who is from Ottawa, HI., is a graduate of Notre Dome. Reunions Are Order Of Day At Ottosen OTTOSEN - The Elllngson family met for a reunion Sunday at the East Side Shelter at Mason City. One hundred thirty persons were present. Officers are Marvin Movick, president; Orville Ellingson, vice president; and Dorene Elllngson, secretary- treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Elllngson attended from here.. The Kinseth family met for a reunion at Gotch Park at Humboldt Sunday. Officers elected were Oliver Holden, president; James Barber, vice president; Mrs. James Barber, secretary- treasurer ; and Mrs. Olvin Haug, historian. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Olvln Haug and sons, Mr. and Mrs, Oliver Kinseth, and Mr. and Mrs, Richard Kinseth and family. Thirty- eight persons attended from Estherville, Ottosen, Algona, Humboldt, Ft. Dodge and West Bend, The Jesse Van Buskirkshave been enjoying a reunion. Two of his brothers are here, Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Van Busklrk, daughter Mary Alice of Hoquiam, Wash., and granddaughter Karen Swan of Olympia, Wash., are visiting here ten days. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Busklrk of Cardiff By the Sea, Calif., came Friday to spend a few days. Other Sunday night supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ivor- son and Kay of Storm Lake, Mr, and Mrs. Lee Holt and Barbara and Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Kroeger, Bruce and Gary of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs, Donald Usher attended the Usher family reunion at Charles City Sunday. FAREWELL POT LUCK A farewell pot-luck dinner was given Monday evening, June 20, at 7 o'clock at the Methodist church in honor o! Rev, and Mrs. Newton Coughenour who are moving to Dubuque after nine years of service here. The Rev. William Noland of Esther* ville replaces him here. FATHER'S DAY DINNER A Fathers Day dinner was held Sunday at Mr. and Mrs, Ted Fischers. In attendance were William Fischer and son of Sioux City, Mrs. Vic Fisher of Corwlth, Messrs and Mesdames Elmer Lawman, of Laurens, Ray Fischer, of Garner, Theodore Fisher, of Grenada, Minn., Jack Fisher, of Stacyville, Dan Fisher and the respective families. - o - DINNERS HONORS DAD William Baker was honored at dinner Fathers Day and members of his family present were Mr, and Mrs. Harold Preathus, of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Merlon Baker and the respective families. He also received a telephone call from his daughter Mrs. Gene Hendrickson, of Chicago, ni. - o - CLUB ACTIVTTES Mrs. Pearl Potter entertained her bridge club Wednesday even- Ing. The Knit and Sew club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Perry Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan entertained their Couples bridge club Saturday evening. * o* BRIDAL SHOWER A bridal shower and ten o'clock brunch Is being given at the Country Club June 29 for Char* lene La Barre whose marriage to John Connelly will take place July 9. Hostesses are Mesdames Leo Cassel, Don fTemmlngsen, Paul Owens, Craig Smith, Al Buchanan, Deafl Parrott and Frank Moulton. * o - ATTEND GRADUATION Mr. and Mrs, Cecil McGinnis attended the graduation June 18 of their son Don from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaigne. Don recleved his Masters of Education degree and his wife has also attended the university. Both will teach in the Fulton HI. school system and are attending summer school. . o- TO WISCONSIN NUPTIALS Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmlng- sen are going to Rhlnelander, Wis. Thursday to attend the wedding Saturday of Julie Mettpr- nlck to John Peter Olson. Mrs, Metternlck Is a cousin of Mrs. Hemmingsen. They will be joined at Minneapolis, Minn, by the daughter Susan Hemmingsen. * o- PAUL SCHNEIDER WILL be leaving^ soon for the university hospital, Iowa City, to have eye surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford, Mrs. W. G. Cooper, Naomi Struthers, Mrs. Mary Leitl; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards and Oliver Christiansen went to Perry Sunday on the historical tour, visiting the museum and "Happy Hollow.' Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniel and Margaret Holt attended the , Holt family reunion Sunday at i the Walther League Camp at '3 "' Mr. and Mrs. Merle Halsrud attended the Smith family reunion at the Algona swimming pool park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Nick De Francisco of Des Moines on a fishing trip to northern Minnesota and Canada last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Granseth, Mrs. Carol Thudium and Patty of Cedar Falls, Mr, and Mrs. Don Geddes and Mike of Hurley, N. Y., and the Ivan Evenson family enjoyed a picnic Sunday at the Louis -Henrikson home at . West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Davis of Decatur, HI., and Mrs. Mark Fowler of Humboldt were Wednesday dinner guests at the Ker- mlt Fowlers. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Benson took their grandson, Paul Jay Nilges, back to his home at Hawkeye Saturday. He had visited here two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Frohling and family attended the 25th wedding anniversary open house for Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Tapper at Blairsburg Sunday. They are uncle and aunt of Mrs, Frohling. Mr, and Mrs. Carroll Olson and daughters attended a birthday party for both Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Osborn at Cylinder Saturday night. Mr, and Mrs, Kenneth Balgeman of South Dakota and Herbert Balgeman of West Bend were Friday afternoon visitors at the Victor Meyers, Mr, and Mrs. John Larson and sons of Swea City went to Emporia, Kans., Monday, where he has a grant to attend the State University of Kansas, Mrs, Larson is the former Marilyn Larson of this community, Harold Goodell of Idaho Falls, Idaho, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Beulah Adams and other relatives in the area. Oliver Lee of Rutland was a Sunday dinner guest at the Le Roy Worby home, Mrs. Lee accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gunderson of Belmond to Wisconsin Friday. They went to see Mrs. Lee's grandmother, Mrs, Sena Nelson, who will be 98 years old July 1. Mrs. Nelson is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs, Victor Meyer accompanied by Amy Lou Wehr- spann took Jo Ellen Meyer and Jean Giagerich of West Bend to LeMars Sunday. Here they will attend the Lutheran Service Volunteers School for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Telford and family and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Worby and family were Friday night visitors at the Roy Telfords to help Mrs. Telford celebrate her birthday. Not Plactd The American Field Service's president, J. Arthur Howe, Jr., regretfully notified Kathy Morz, Algona, Saturday, they were unable to find a home in which to' place her as an American Abroad student for this summer. Earlier this spring, Kathy had been notified she was a semifinalist and would be placed if a suitable family could be found. Unfortunately, there is always a shortage of foreign families offering homes and as a result many qualified Americans Abroad applicants are unable to be placed. LEDYARD Dinner guests at the Lloyd Jorgensons in honor of Lloyd's birthday Sunday were Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Jorgenson, Belgrade, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Don Jorgenson and family of Algona, Mr, and Mrs. Alan Loucks and family, Mrs. Betty Kitchel and family and Mr. and Mr. William Coupanger, Jr. and family of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jorgenson and family of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jorgenson and family. Mr, and Mrs, Pete Jorgenson and family fo Algona were evening callers, CHURCHIS METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Merlin Davies, Pastor SUNDAY - 9 a, m, - Worship Services; 10;00 a. m. - Sunday School. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Arnold Vehling, Pastor JUNE 26 •- 8 a, m. - Morning Worship; 9 a, m,-Sunday School. JUNE 25-27 - Zone Lutheran Mission Fair, at St. Paul's Lutheran, Garner, BURT PRESBYTERIAN Rev, Bruce Calbreath, Pastor JUNE 26 - 9 a. m. - Sunday School; 10:15 a, m. - Morning Worship; 10;2Q a, m, «• Congregational Meeting, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LONE ROCK, IOWA Rev. Albert C, Bullock, Pastor SUNDAY, June 26 - Morning Worship • 9:00 a. m.; Sunday Church School * 10:00 a. m. MONDAY, June 27 » Adult Bible Study * 8:30 p. m, Meetings of Synod and Synod*, tcaj of the United Presbyterian church will be Held at the Mem* orW Union at ISU in Ames, June 27*29. Tuesday, June 29, is designated as "visitor's day.' 1 Twins, Boy & Girl, To Surf Couplt BURT - Mr and Mrs. Richard Strouse are the proud parents of twins, a boy and a girl, born at St. Ann Hospital on Sunday afternoon. the boy, Curtis John, weighed in at 61bs6oz., his twin Christine Carol weighed an even 6 Ibs. The proud father is a member of the Burt School faculty. HMHiMlABIIHtHttflMflMOfMiM ILone Rockl By Mtt. A. A, David Behne, grandson of Mrs. Art Priebe, arrived Wed. from Denver to spend some time here, father's Day guests of the Art Priebes were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Priebe, Fenton, Mrs. Rodney Priebe and children and the Dennis Priebe family, also David Behne, Mr. and Mrs, Leon Geit- zenauers, Ventura, were Sunday guests of the L. Geltzenauers. Kay Geitzenauer has enrolled at Drake University for her summer school work, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richards, Brltt, were Sunday dinner guests at the Fred Schultz home. The Jim Marlow family spent 3 days at Okobojl as guests of the Felco Feed Co. Gary Rath has gone to Scranton for a week's training for Bible school teaching and counseling, Mrs. Maude Blanchard left Sat. with the Alfred Schultz family, Ottosen, for a few days at Oko- bojl. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Schultz also went with them and Mon. they left for a trip to California and points west. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan were Sunday guests of the Gordon Blanchards, Mason City. Tom Geitzenauer participated in an air show at Kern Air Base at Ft. Rucker Alabama. He has made 33 jumps. He will be home July 11 for a 3 week forlough. Mrs. Ed Blanchard and Gary Schmidt returned Friday from Spencer. They accompanied Mrs. Gene Blanchard, Pat, Susan and Lori on a two-week trip in the west. They visited friends and relatives in Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angleles and Sacramento. While in Phoenix they attended commencement exercises at Cortez HigluSchool. .Larry s<jn •< of Mr. and Mrs. John Newbrough,,! graduated. They also visited Knotts Berry Farm and Disneyland. UBR^Y CORNER Mrs. Nancy Mcfllravy, Librarian On Saturday, three new books went on the shelves at the Burt Library. "White Ruff", a dog story; "Teen-age Ghost Stories", stories that are real spine chillers; "Possible Hobbies Handbook", a book telling of successful hobbles. We now have 20 Book Club Astronauts in our reading program. Last Thursday 21 boys and girls four years to first graders attended our first story hour. Each made a stick puppet. Both the Story Hour and Reading program are open to all area children. GIANT A 56 1/2 Ib. nathead catfish was taken from West Okoboji Lake recently in apparent last stages of old age, The cat's age was estimated at 25 years. Martin Beckers' Golden Wedding Program, June 26 HURT - Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker, Algona, will be honored at an open house at the Algona V. F. W. Hall from 2 to 5 p.m Sunday, June 26. A short program will be presented at 3 p.m. The occasion honors the Beckers Golden Wedding anniversary and is being hosted by children and families, The Thees Sch- nackenbergs, LuVerne, The George Beckers, Frank Beckers, Harold Beckers and the Roscoe Mawdleys Jr. A cordial invitation is extended to all relatives and friends to attend. - o - Mr. and Mrs, Oscar Mueller, Muscoda, Wis, were weekend guests at the Odey Cherland home. , Mrs, Gladys Hawcott was pleasantly surprised with a birthday supper at the home of Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton on Sunday evening. Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hawcott and Kenneth, Mrs. Etta Holdren and Mrs. Rhoena Behse, The group enjoyed a trip into Washington and California via colored slides taken by the Wallace Hawcotts on their recent vacation. Pfc. Terry Joe Cook arrived home from Germany to enjoy a 30-day leave of duty with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook and with other relatives and friends, Pfc. Cook has been in Germany about a year. Mr, and Mrs. Geo Becker, Steve and Susie, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Becker, and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Maudsley Jr, and family, joined Mr. and Mrs. Thees Schnaekenberg and family, LuVerne for a pot luck supper at the parental Martin Becker home, Algona in honor of Father's Day, DUCK The Sam Stuckys of Laurens have a young duck, a cross between a Mallard and a tame variety that has three legs, The third leg, with a shriveled web foot, is not used by the duck. It apparently has neither bone nor muscle. A COMPLETE LINE OF GRADE A DAIRY PRODUCTS Buy and use plenty of Borden's Dairy Products. 924*3187 GARRY FUNERAL HOME and AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE EQUIPPED WITH OXYGEN PHONE BANCROFT 5483 or C. B. CHIPMAN, PHONE BURT, RES. 924-3431 C. B. CHIPMAN FUNERAL SERVICE LET YOUR SAVINGS KEEP PACE WITH^YOUR NEEDS If » '.-;;,- ttlf •'' i U .,- i . Never too young to start a savings account! 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