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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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16.) Ufrp»r D»l Moin*i thurtdey, March 41, 1968 Beanie Cooper Will Speak, Annual GHS Dinner Mar. 28 Plan Study Of County Recreation And Lakes The llth annual Garrlgan High School Booster Club .banquet will be held at Garrigan High School, Algona, Thursday, March 28, at 6:30 p. in. Tickets for the banquet will be on sale at the following sites: Algona - Diamond's Store, Thuente Pharmacy and Larry's Recreation Center. Whittemore - Schmitt Hardware and Muller's Barber Shop. Wesley - Hill Side Country Club and Al's Place. St. Benedict - Ed's Standard Station, Sexton. St. Joseph - Smitty*s Store. Tickets may also be purchased from Garrigan High School or from any of the Booster Club directors. Master of ceremonies will be W. B. "Bing" MacDonald, well- known Kossuth county attorney. Main speaker of the evening will be Bernard "Beanie" Cooper, current athletic director and head football and track coach. "Beanie" will be leaving Garrigan at the end of the school year to enter private business. Booster Club directors would like to remind all interested persons that this year's Booster tickets do not include the banquet. Tickets costing $1.50 each will be required for admission by all. Anyone interested is welcome and a crowd of over 500 is expected. Guilty Plea To False Check Charge Here Michael J. Kleiber entered a plea of guilty to false drawing and uttering of a bank check in district court here this week. He is slated to be sentenced here next Monday, March 25. He was alleged to have passed a $29 check at the Acreage Motel here Dec. 28, 1967. Maximum punishment according to the record, is seven years in the state penitentiary and a fine of not more than $500 or a year in the county jail. Only the U. S. President and the Governor of Massachusetts have the official legal title of "Excellency." The Kossuth County Conservation Board has hired John Crofe and Associates, Des Moines, to draw up development plans for the man-made lake site north of Algona. The firm is also to make an analysis of public recreation facilities already in existence in Kossuth with recommendations on what could be planned for the future. They will formulate a 5-year plan with a projection to 1980, according to Al Buchanan, secretary of the Kossuth board. Buchanan said Monday that the board hopes to have the lake site completed in six weeks. If the board signs a contract for the plan, it will be eligible to apply for $4,500 federal funds under the Land and Water Conservation Act. Allocation of these federal funds is under the control of the State Conservation Commission. The Land and Water Conservation funds are supplemented by the sale of "Golden Eagle Passports" for entrance into certain designated federal areas and a portion of the fees charged locally at other public recreation areas. Plans for the lake site north of Algona include facilities for cooking, a shelter house with water, further development of swimming facilities and possibly a camping area. The Kossuth board hopes to have the major part of the work on the 120-acre site completed this summer. Other plans include development of 40 acres on what is known as Michaelson Marsh three miles northwest of Titonka into a duck marsh with wildlife plantings for nesting sites and winter protection for upland game and waterfowl. Also contemplated is development of 41 acres along the Des Moines River nine miles south of Algona. This was given to the board by Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Steele several months ago. The Union'Slough area will be a free area this year Burl Lions Are Treated To One Act Play BURT - Members of the cast of "An Over-Praised Season," the high school one act play which received a I rating at the District Speech Contest, were guests of the Burt Lions Club at their dinner-meeting Monday night. Following dinner, the cast: John Fries, Wayne Lavrenz, Kathleen Patterson, Debbie Stenzel, Ken Hawcott and Warren Waltman, presented the play for the Lions. The Lions voted to again honor the graduating seniors at a banquet. It will be held at the school Monday evening, April 15, with the Band Mothers serving dinner. Dale Lockwood was appointed to represent the club at the State Convention at Clear Lake June 2-4. The attendance drawing was won by Ray McWhorter. Frances Smith, Mary Nelson, Florence Spear, Dorothy Becker and Wantalee Hawcott of the Legion Auxiliary prepared and served the 6:30 dinner. - o - WOMAN'S CLUB Twenty-four members of the Burt Woman's Club met in the home of Lillian Frederickson March 18. Ruth Clapsaddle was assistant hostess. President Vera Bradley made final plans for the county convention to be held at Fenton March 28. The following officers were elected for the 1968-69 club year: President, Mabeline Lovstad; Vice-president, Rochelle Scott; Secretary, Darlene Herrick; and Treasurer, Jean Lockwood. The program began with Rowena .Ryerson reading in-at the Hub Clothiers . . . get with w JR. m. ^s Spring rf \ things! New light and bright sport coats just received at the Hub Clothiers will put you in the Spring of things with the latest in men's fashions. Perfect coordinates for a stylish wardrobe, they feature a new blending of colors, in stripes, plaids,checks and solids. Many styles in all sizes. Priced from $29 95 teresting excerpts from Mrs. Buell's scrapbook. She read the account of the first meeting of the Burt Woman's Club held in 1901. Erna Grover then reviewed an article by Sigurd F. Olson, "All Lost Wild America." Virginia Fries reviewed the book, "Wild Seasons," by Alan W. Eckert. The next meeting will be April 8 in the home of Marlene Stenzel. Fine Tribute To Metronics, Inc. The Des Moines Sunday Register, March 17, carried a fine feature story on Burton Harmes and the history of development of Metronics, Inc. of Algona. Inasmuch as the story was complete and well read in this area, it is hardly necessary to repeat it, but it was an excellent tribute to a home-grown and home-developed industrial firm, and to Mr. Harmes and hi? associates. Divorce Gronted Henry Reefer was granted a divorce from Theresa A. Reefer in district court here Monday by Judge G. W. Stillman. A stipulation filed between the two parties, fair and equitable, according to the decree, was also approved as part of the final decree. Join Honor Society Two area girls, Karen Otis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Otis of Wesley, and Janet Zitt- ritsch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Zittritsch of Algona, have been accepted into the Hamilton Business College Honor Society. Miss Otis has a grade average of 3.818 and Miss Zittritsch 3.727. Resident Dies In Germany An Algona woman, Mrs. J, H. Nielsen, received official notice from the U. S. Air Force of the sudden death of her grandson, M/Sgt. Richard W. Nielsen, 39, at an Air Force base in Germany where he was stationed. M/Sgt. Nielsen was born Sept. 11, 1928 at Hollywood, Calif., the son of the late Orville M. Nielsen and Margaret Kilmon. At the age of three, he came to make his home with his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Nielsen, at Ringsted. He was educated there and graduated from high school in 1946. He then majored in physical education at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, and joined the Air Force, serving as a recreational director Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Jacqueline and Jennifer; a son, Kevin; his stepfather; mother; two brothers, Patrick and Timothy Kilmon, all of Whittier, Calif.; grandmothers, Mrs. Nielsen, Algona, and Mrs. Emma Wissler, Whittier, Calif.; and two aunts, Mrs. Florence Sorensen, Algona, and Mrs. Gladys Wheeler, Palm Desert, Calif. His father preceded him in death. Two Win $100 Cash Two area women claimed top prize money of $100 each last week in a promotion sponsored by Swanson's Store in Algona. Mrs. Harlan Marlow of Lone Rock and Mrs. Harlpn Harris of Algona were presented with the cash by Swanson's Store manager Ray Kelly. Apply Sinclair Anhydrous Ammonia Now! Dino says: "Get extra crop dividends." It pays to apply Sinclair Anhydrous Ammonia now. You increase yields $3, or more, for each $1 invested. Ammonia is the most efficient and economical form of nitrogen-82% actual N. Insures your crop investment-gives added protection against drought, disease, insects. Sinclair's new, modern equipment saves even more in time and labor. Safer, too. Custom applied, if desired. Visit or call your nearby Sinclair Farm Center today. Ask, too, about Sinclair's complete line of Dinofarm premium fertilizers, custom blends and crop chemicals. BURT Sinclair Farm Center \S//jc/ ff / ri WODEN HANNA Sinclair Petrochemicals, Inc. GOOD NEIGHBORS KNOW 1 AROUND THE TOWN& , COUNTRY 1 Meet Earl Zeigler Of Algona Our Country Neighbor this week is Earl Zeigler, who has never lived in any house but the one he now occupies about five miles northeast of Algona. He claims he's semi-retired, because he is farming only 320 acres this year, with 127 acres of corn, 95 acres of beans, 20 acres each of pasture and hay and some government acreage. Earl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zeigler, Algona, who retired from the farm about nine years ago, was born on the farm where he is now head man, farming in partnership with his father and an aunt. A small machine shed was recently added to the landscape there and sometime in the future he would like to add a larger one. His hobbies include hunting and fishing - undoubtedly running parallel to his memberships in the Izaak Walton League, Kossuth Pistol and Rifle Club and National Rifle Assn. Earl's favorite task on the place is field work. He raises a few beef cattle, mostly whiteface, and far- rows about 50 sows each year, with the offspring being fed for market. Mrs. Zeigler is the former Dorothy Brown and her mother, Mrs. Leona Hiserodt, lives in Algona. She and Earl both attended Algona High and met the re. They were married here June 10, 1942 and have three children, Tom, 23, Gordon, 15, and Nancy, 4. Mrs. Zeigler is a member of the Rebekah Lodge and her principal hobby is gardening of all varieties. (UDM Polaroid Photo). Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumbing - Hentlng Sheet Metal Gas or Oil Units Pumps Water- Systems Complete Fixtures Phone 295-3640 ALGONA Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS SALES & SERVICE P.R. IRONS Plumbing & Heating Service 812 E. MCGREGOR ALGONA TELEPHONE 295-3640 Phone 295-3501 ALGONA mv. j»w.w»*-' • •• , I^^^^MB II! j .1* EATING&PLUMBI Pictured above is the P. R. Irons Heating and Plumbing establishment located at 812 East McGregor Mn-el in Algona. The business has been in Algona since 1940. A larger building was needed to facilitate the expanding business back in 194(i and this is the building to the east of the original building. Irons features the leading brands of plumbing fixtures, furnaces and air conditioning equipment. In he business does Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Moline - Kelly-Ryan — Papec NewUjeciFarm Machinery f Soles 9 Services f Friendly & Courteous Alwa\ s N. Main St. Phone 895-3451 For reliable, efficient and friendly service in your plumbing and heating needs, be (hey large or small, Mil P. R. Irons Healing and Plumbing. They are "Completely equipped to serve you completely." Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY & SERVICE Located east of Algona on higluvti.v IB. 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