Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1965 · Page 6
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e-ALOONA (low*) ADVANCt THURSDAY, MAY tf, Bulldog baseball team opens at Britt Tuesday SPORTS BREAKS LEFT LEG Burt — Mrs. A, L. Rasmussen fell at. her homo May 20 and broke her left leg. She will be a patient at. Park hospital, Mason City, several weeks. GOING TO KOREA Irvington — Dennis Davis, son of the B. 0. Daviscs, left Algona by bus Monday for DCS Momes, and took a plane for San Francisco to report for reassignment there. Dennis is in the Army and has been stationed at Ft. Bliss, Texas. He was originally to have reported in San Francisco last week, was unable to leave here because of a strep throat and quinzy. His leave was extended, and Dennis will go to Korea from San Francisco. LEDYARD SERVICES Ledyard — Memorial Day will be observed on Sunday with the program at the school to begin at 1:00 followed by services at the town park. The activities will be under the direction of the. Legion. . FOREHEAD GASHED Wesley — Mrs. Stanley Pearson had a severe cut in her forehead one day last week while using a power mower at their rural home. A piece of rusty wire struck her forehead and •had to be pulled out. She was taken to a Britt doctor where 13 stitches were required to close the wound. SMASHES FINGER Swea-Eagle — Floyd Montgomery had a badly smashed finger Friday while working on machinery at Deitering Implement at Bancroft. The axle .of a machine fell on the ring finger of his left hand, smashing the finger and taking the nail off. He was treated by a doctor. BANCROFT BAND CONCERTS Bancroft — The first band concert of the season will be held here Friday night, June 4 beginning at 8 p.m. Theme for the first concert will be "Folk Music". TO HONOR SOCIETY 1 Lakota — Gary Geilenfeldt, son of Dr. and Mrs. P. C. Geilen- •feldt, Lakota, was inducted into the National Honor Society a week ago Tuesday at the Lakota school. Besides maintaining a high scholastic average, he has been active in the band and many other extracurricular activities. TOUR REFORMATORY League set to go Bulldogs get fourth, fifth in state (rack TWO LONGTIME Kossuth County baseball enthusiasts, St. Joe's Barney Thilges and St. Benedict's "Shrimp" Froehlich, took over the coming season during a meeting of the Kossuth Baseball League at the Algona Hotel Friday night. Both com munities will field teams again this year as will Swea City, Arnolds Park and Bancroft. The league will operate with five teams only. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Season swim tickets on sale from June 1 -3 Bode Woman's Club closed its year with a tour of the Worn men's Reformatory in Rockwell City. They left at 10:30 May 21, had lunch in Pocahontas, a guided tour through the Reformatory followed by a coffee. Making the trip were: Mrs, T. M. Aure, Mrs. Basil Brock, Mrs, Darrel Johnson, Mrs. Frank Tep ner, Mrs. Norman Rolland, Mrs. James Christiansen, Mrs. Orren Olson and guests Mrs. Maurice Aasheim, Mrs. Erling Olson and Mrs. Marcus Rolland. LAKOTA WOMAN IS 96 Lakota — Mrs. Opal Wheeler celebrated her 96th birthday here Sunday, May 16. A birthday dinner was held at the home of her grandchildren, the W. D. Leys. She is an early Kossuth pioneer and she and her sister, Mrs. Florence Shanor of Mason City, are the last of the nine children of the Thomas Sarchet family. Ledyard Marsha Orvick, student nurse at Naeve hospital Pre-season ticket sale at the Algona Swimming Pool will be held next week Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, June 1-3, it was announced this week by manager Beanie Cooper. Tickets may be purchased • any time at the pp'ol.frdm 9 a.m.-' until "6:30 p.m. ' • : '•• Prices for advanced sale will be: ages ^ 1 through 11,; $3.50; ages 12-17, $4.50; ages 18 and up, $5.50; and family tickets, $18. General admission during the season will 'be 25c for chili dren.ll and.under and .50 cents for 12 and,over; ,, "'V, After June 3, individual ticket prices go up 50c while family tickets go to $20. , v The ticket includes the swimming lesson program which will start the end of June. Additional information on the lesson program will appear later. The guards this summer will be Cheryl Cook, Bill Bartlett, John Schutter, Pat Conn, Jim Johnson and Doug Barr. Beanie Cooper will manage the pool again this year and Frank Moulton is in general charge acting through the city recreation board. Kossuth League baseball set logo starling June 6 The Kossuth County Baseball League will operate with five teams in 1965, it was decided at a league meeting at the Algona Hotel Sunday night. Towns represented will be St. Joe, Bancroft, St. Benedict, Swea City and Arnolds Park. The league schedule will begin Sunday, June 6 and will continue straight on through June and July. The top four teams will have playoffs on Sunday, August 1 with the finals on Sunday, August 8. Each team, be- Algona high school earned three points in the state Class A track meet at Des Moine* Saturday. Eagle Grove won the meet with 42 points, while Humboldt was third with 26 points. Wayne Patterson made his best showing of the season, vaulting 12 teet even to take fourth place in that event. And then Patterson teamed with Dale Teeter, Skip Perkins and Dave Martin to place fifth in the medley relay with a 3:45 time. Also entered was Martin In the low hurdles and the mile relay team, neither of which placed. Three seniors only lettermen on 17-man squad Coach Keith Christie began drills last week with his Algona high school baseball team which includes only three lettermen— all seniors. They arc also the only seniors on the squad. Unbeaten pitcher Steve Hardy will be the mainstay of the st * ff - He is the JayCees safety message THE ALGONA JAYCEES parked this flattened car just east of the Iowa State Bank this past week to make motorists conscious of the need for care in driving bver the long Memorial day weekend. The above photo, taken Saturday morning by Mike Stillman, shows a local man pondering the wrecked car. • . . Section I. There Is hereby appropriated from the general fund of the state of Iowa to the state department of social welfare, the sum of three hundrea twenty thousand dollars ($320,000.00) for the biennium ending June 30; 1965, '- be usud tor ' ' ' ' . o melcaosss ancon returning veterans and °a ed ° s provided by chapter two hundred - High school play here is well received "Finian's Rainbow" opened Tuesday night at the Algona high school auditorium for a two-night stand. The play itself was very interesting. Two stories were going at once—Finian with his leprechauns and gold, and the problems of the sharecroppers and Senator Hawkins (who dislikes Negroes and education), The entire work was light and relatively gay. There was a wealth of good lines which added to the frivolity. The music was all very enjoyable, Some of the songs were very lovely in their smoothness and emotion. "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?" one of these as was "Look to the Rainbow." They flowed very nicely and therefore added a soothing quality to the production. A second group of songs, included "That Great Come and Get It Day," added a bit of zest at the points where the production needed a little boost. The audience seemed to like best the novelty songs—"The Begat" and "When ,'m Not Near the Girl I Love." These songs added the spiciness a production of this sort needs. As for the acting and sing- ng, Dana Snodgress (Finian) gave a very convincing portrayal of the clever old Irishman. Kitty Hardgrove (Sharon) added a bit ot playfulness to the seriousness ot her role and the result was a darling Irish gir,l. Her vitality did much to spark. the chorus into their portrayals of sharecroppers. She did a good job on most of her many songs—especially "When the Idle Rich become the Idle Poor", 'Old Devil Moon", and the last reprise v of "How Are Things in Glocca Morra?" A fine voice and a good performance were the contributions of Rich Feaster (Woody). He did an above average job and his clear voice was t vej;iy pleasing. His songs were,, stin.g very nicely and his scenes with Kitty were good—especially at the well when he talked ot' his commitments. _'. But the person whose performance deserves the most applause was Phil Taylor (Og). He did an outstanding job as t^g leprechaun—a role which must be difficult to play. He was U|e audience's darling and earned their launghtcr and applause. His songs, although few in mini- ber, were very cleverly performed. Other good performances were given by Jim Peterson (the Sheriff), Mark Conn (Buzz Collins) and Skip Perkins (Senator Rawlins). The chorus gave some rousing renditions of several songs. The dances were choreographed well and added needed variety. Gayle Phillips (Susan). danced her role nicely. The dancers all did good jobs, especially the " sharecroppers who lured the Sheriff from the auction. The set and costumes were relatively simple, but tastefully done. 'Finian's Ranbow" was a good production and the second night was more polished than the first. his 7-0 mark last summer will put him at the top of the corps. Other seniors are catcher-outfielder Dan Gilmore, a .365 hitter last year with only six strike outs all summer, and Skip Perkins, another Whittemore product, an outfielder who scored 17 runs but batted only .22o last summer. CRAIG ESPE, who did some pitching last year, is expected to be the second front line pitcher for Christie while Brad Kraft, Gary Barr and Larry Scobba, also juniors, will be ready for relief duty. Others on the squad are outsiders Dave Martin (junior), Bill Boldridge (sophomore); infielders, Dale Teeter, Dennis Briedert, Mark Conn and Bill Farnham, all juniors; Tom Claude and Bob Farnham, sophomores; and freshmen Koger Barr and Roger Meyer. Scobba and Garry Barr art also available for duty in the outfield. The Bulldogs will open their season with Britt there at 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 1. They'll play a full slate of conference games. All local games will start at 6:30 p.m. forty-nine A (249A), Code 1962. Sec. 2. There is hereby appropriated from the general fund of the state of Iowa to the Iowa development commission, the sum of forty-one thousand five hundred dollars ($41,i>00.00) for the biennium ending June 30, 1965, to be used in the following manner: For salaries $23,593.00 For support, maintenance, and miscellaneous purposes 17,907.00 in Albert Lea, will be capped at "use there are five teams in special exercises Thursday. She| the league, wjll have two open is the daughter of the John Orvicks, Ledyard. ALQONAiNS WIN LETTgRS Qecorah—Two Algona youths who attend Luther College were among 35 track men to receive letters. Gary Peer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Peer, was one of the lettermen who is a senior. Bruce Sundet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet, a first year student at Luther, also received a track letter. dates this summer. Bancroft Legion team opens practice Bancroft — The Junior Le gion baseball team will hold its first practice session next Tues day, June 1 at 6:30 p.m. here. All interested are asked to re port at that time. The team open next Thursday, June against Cowrie here at 8 p.m. > FOR SALE — Chippewa soy The club will be wearing their bean seed. State test 96%. j new uniforms purchased by the Parwin Sorlien, Bode, 379-1348. j legion and Bancroft business- 14w4(Hl i men. I LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Brayton, Waverly, are the parents of a boy, Thomas Lloyd, weighing 8 Ibs. IVfe oz. born Sunday, May 23. The mother, formerly Karen Schultz, was listed in critical condition after surgery Sunday. She is making rapid recovery now. There is another son, Mark. Grandparents are the Wesley Schultzes and the How* ard Smiths, former Algonans now living in Webster City. June 1—Britt, there (2) June 4—Webster City, here June 8—Eagle Grove, there (8) June 9— LuVerne, thero (6) June 11— Hampton, thero (6:30) June H—West Bend, here June 15—Clear Lake, here June 18—Clarion, here June 22—Iowa Falls, there June 23—LuVerne, here June 25—Humboldt, there (5K June 29—Fort Dodge, there June 30—Eagle Grove, hera (6:30) July 2—Belmond, there (8) July 5—Clarion, there (5) July 6—Woden-Crystal Lake, here July 16—West Bend, there (8) July 20—Humboldt, here July 23—Burt, here July 30—Burt, there (6:30) Numbers in parenthesis are starting times. FRESH-SOPH June 10—Humboldt, here (4) June 14—Eagle Grove, there (4) June 16—Clarion, there (5) June 21—Clear Lake, there (5) June 24—Humboldt, there (4) July 1—Eagle Grove, here (5) July 19—Clear Lake, here (5:30) Total $41,500.00 Sec. 3. There is hereby appropriated from the general tund ot the state of Iowa to the department of public safety, the sum of eignty-six thousand ninety- three dollars ($86,093.00) for the biennium ending June 30, 1965, to be used the following manner: DIVISION OF HIGHWAY PATROL For salaries $43,863.00 For support, maintenance and miscellaneous purposes 42,230.00 Total $86,093.00 Sec. 4. There is hereby appropriated from the general fund of the state of Iowa to the Iowa civil war centennial commission to complete commission's activities in connection with the centennial, including printed reports, the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00). Sec. 5. This Act being deemed of immediate importance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication in the Fort Dodge Messenger, a newspaper published in Fort Dodge, Iowa, and in the Kossuth County Advance, a newspaper published in Algona, Iowa. Signed: Vincent B. Steffen VINCENT B. STEFFEN Speaker of the House Signed: Robert D. Fulton ROBERT ,D. FULTON President of the Senate I hereby certify that this bill originated in the House and Is known as House File 665, Sixty-first 'General Assembly. Signed: William R. Kendrick WILLIAM R. KENDKICK Chief*Clerk of the House Approved May 2),' 19<5.' Signed: Harold E. Hughes HAROLD E. HUGHES Governor •,..,• • •. . ; Published in the • Algona -Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, May ' 27, 1965. • IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF KENNETH KICKBUSH, Deceased. Probate No. 8699 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOK, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 24th day of Ma/, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, oearing date the . 28th day of April, 1964, was admitted to probate in 'the above named court.and tnat Tne undersigned was appointed executor ot said estate. Notice is 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 witjim s.x months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 24th day of May, 1965. ' Bueford Kickbush Executor ot said Estate Sioux City, Iowa Aaaress Hutchison & Andreasen Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address . •'• Date of second puDlication ' ' • 3rd day of June, 1965. ••, Published in tne Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, May 27 and June 3, 1965. ' •' IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF BELLE C. BLACK, Deceased. • Probate No. 8711 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROBATE OF WILL TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that on the 7th day of June, 1965, ot ten o'clock A.M. at the County Court House in the City of Algona in the above County and State, hearing will be had for proof of the instrument dated July 18, 1963, purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Belle C. Black, Deceased, ' ot which time and place said instrument will be admitted to probate unless good cause be shown to the contrary. 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