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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 15, 1962
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Girls District Track To Sentral; State Meet Next Sentral won the first girls district track and field meet ever held in Kossuth county Saturday, amassing 06 points to edge Gilmore City- Bradgate for the title. The meet, held at Burt, featured 195 girls from 22 area high schools and was one of five district meets in the state. In most cases, at least three individuals or relay teams qualified for the state meet which will be held at Pleasantville this Saturday, May 19. Team Scoring Sentral ................. 68 G. City-Bradgatc ....... '.'.'.'. 58 Woden-Crystal Lake ........ 30 Rulhven ................... 22 Burt ........................ 10 Lake Twp .................. 16 Lake Park ................. 13 Thornton .................. 9 LuVerne ................... . 8 Rpckwell-Swaledale ........ 8 Lincoln-Central ............. 7 Belmond ................. 5 Rolfe ....................... 3 Corwith-Weslcy ............ 1 Terril ....................... 1 Teams from Goldfield, Graetlin- ger, Grcenvillc-Rossie, Lakota, Ledyard, Mallard and Swea City failed to score. Here arc the results, listing qualifiers in order of finish: GO yd low hurdles — Linda Ramus, Sentral, :9.3; Gail Mantclman, Sentral; Jean Meyer, Woden-Crystal Lake. 100 yd. dash — Judy Gcitzenaucr, .Sentral, :11.9; Carol Schnell, Ruth von; Roberta Trowbridge, Gilmore City-Bradgate. 220 yd. relay — Wodcn-Cyrstal Lake (Sandra Buffinglon, Rosa Limberg, Ann Cink, Janet Sorenson), .-28.15; Sentral (Peggy Pettit, Beverly Wehrspan, Carol Shaw, Bonnie Geitzenauer); Thornton. 240 shuttle hurdle relay — Sentral (Lois Finnestad, Beverly Wehr- span, Marilyn Alt, Gail Hantelman), :40.95; Burt (Donna Scharader, Pat Schwietcrt, Pat Zwicfcl, Frances McDonald); Lincoln- Central. (iO yd. clash — Nicky Galbraith, Lake Center, :7.5; Judy Geitzenauer, Sentral; Marilyn Suntkin, Belmond. 440 yd. medley relay — Sentral (Linda Ramus, Carol Shaw, Bonnie Geitzenauer, Beverly Wehrspan), :56.9; Rulhven; Gilmore City-Brad- gale. 220 yd. run — Virginia Lanus, G. City-Bradgatc, :28.9; Patly Long, Burt; Judy Jolley, Sentral. .--r^- 220 yd. relay — Woden-Crystal Lake, : 28.75; G. City-Bradgate. 440 yd. relay — Sentral (Carol Shaw, Bonnie Geitzenauer, Linda Ramus, Judy Geitzenauer), :54.3; Kulhven; G. City-Bradgate. Shot put — Sheila Halligan, G. City-Bradgate, 35-5; Jeanetle Wieh- tcndahl, Sentral; Brenda Roclen- berg, Lake Park; Marilyn Johnson, Sentral. High jump — Bonnie Snow, Lake Park, 4-6; Diane Streeter, Woden- Crystal Lake; Janet Sorenson, Lake Center. Broad jump — Melva Handy, Ruthven, 14-9; Micky Galbraith, Lake Center; Pat Long, Burt. Softball throw — Lyle Christianson, G. Cily-Bradgate, 189-5; Donna Pisel, G. City-Bradgate; Linda Albers, Woden-Crystal Lake. Football throw — Sheila Halligan, G. City-Bradgate, 106-6; Mae Belle Maass, LuVerne; Helen Gunderson, Rolfe. It is not known if anyone qualified in the basketball throw, which was won by Sheila Halligan, G. City-Bradgale, with a toss of 78-11. Times and distances registered in the Burt meet were among the best recorded in the state in district meets, indicating area girls might have a good chance of winning a few state titles. Former Seneca Resident Dies At Armstrong Seneca — Mrs. Can Simmons, 59, a former Seneca resident, passed away Monday afternoon, May 7, at her home in Armstrong. Cause of death was cancer. She had been ill for the past eight months. She is survived by her husband, six children, Mrs. Hurry Lund, Swea City; Mrs. Orville Lauck, Whittemore; Mrs. Joe Lynch, Funton; Mark, Fort Madison; Carl, Algona and Martin, Armstrong. Services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the First Methodist church, Armstrong. Rev. Roger Tappmeyer officiated and burial was in the Armstrong Grove Cemetery. Trip To California Ham-roll — Mrs. Frank Bauer and her sisters, Mrs. Elmer Kollasch of Swea City and Mrs. Henry Ritzel and sou of Fairmont. left recently for California. Their sister, Rose, underwent recent surgery there. _ Mrs Hugh Colwell spent the weekend at Adcl with Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart and family. Mr ami Mrs Lcroy Crapser had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Russell Crapser, Waterloo. Mrs E. J. Evers spent Friday at Stuart with Mr Evers who is employed on a diesel job there. Degree of Honor Carnation Club will meet May 21 at 8 p.m. with Mrs Merle Webster at 713 So. Moore. Mr and Mrs Claude Samson were visited one day last week by Mr and Mrs Charles Ferguson, Hornick. Mrs John Hansclman was guest of Mrs Tom Ellefson at W.S.C.S. tea given Friday at the Doan church. Mrs Nell McCall has returned from a visit at Sioux City with her daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs James Griffith. Mr and Mrs Arnold Gcrtlis were guests of Mr and Mrs Donald Gerdis at Titonka. A family dinner was served to various relatives. Vicki Hanscn, Cedar Falls, spent the Mothers day weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Wade Hansen. Mrs Elsie Hansen was a dinner guest Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg had Mr and Mrs Bob Tolsdorf, Osage, and Mr and Mrs Hugh Black and the respective children as dinner guests Mothers Day. Mrs Mary /ittritsch has been visited by Mr and Mrs Matt Zit- tritsch who wenJ en route to Denver, Colo., from Manassa, Va. where they had spent the winter. Mrs Edna Harr spent Mothers Day at Livermore with Dr. and Mrs T. D. Rossing. She was recently visited a week by a long-time friend, Mrs Agnes Miller, Bixby, Okla. Mrs Hattic Buringame and Mrs Kate Stephenson have received word of the death of their cousin, Mrs Tracy Jones, Reinbeck, who died suddenly Wednesday. Mrs Jones will be remembered by Al- gonans. ' Mrs Emma Drcycr had as dinner guests Mothers Day Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer and Roger, Whittemore, Mr and Mrs William Zumach, Estherville, and Mr and Mrs Robert Dreyer, Richard and Michael. Mrs Hilda (ironwall has returned from San Diego and Fullerton, Calif. Most of the winter was spent at the former place with Mr and Mrs George Sayles. She visited with Mr and Mrs Gerald Gronwall at Ihe latter place. Mrs Eva Dcim had an announcement of the birth of a son Friday at Omaha, Neb., to her granddaughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Jerry Hobbs. There is another child in the family, a daughter, Julie Ann, 4. Mrs Hobbs is the former Rochellc Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs L. W. Johnson, Irvington. Mrs Clem Cavanaugh, Algona, and her sister, Mrs Frank Lory, Bcloit, Was. returned from a two- month vacation. They left Chicago March 24 by jet and arrived in San Francisco in four hours. There they were reunited with their sister, Theresa Gotch, whom they had not seen for 20 years. Mrs Lory and Mrs Cavanaugh, after spending a month in Cal., went by plane to Florida to join Mr Lory on Easter. After several weeks in Florida, they returned to Algona. Miss Woodcock Of Algona Will Wed June 2 The engagement and approaching marriage of Dorothy Woodcock, Algona, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs F. A. Woodcock, to Frank King, son of Mrs Marie King, Algona, and the late James King have been announced. The wedding is planned for June 2 at St. Cecelia's church. (UDM Engraving) Mrs Gerald Ferris spent Tuesday at Spencer. Mr and Mrs Henry Furst were visited Thursday by Mr and Mrs John Furst, Lakota. Mrs Charles Harvey spent the weekend at Welcome, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Roger WilM' £ ' » Mr and Mrs Leonard Goecke' recently visited the latter's mother Mrs Matilda Mattes at Carroll. Mrs Elizabeth Post had as guest Thursday a former schoolmate, Mrs Robert Gardner, nee Bessie Hubbard, Manilla. Mrs I,ela Henderson spent the weekend at Des Moines with Mr and Mrs Robert Hubrilz and Mr and Mrs William Henderson. Mrs Leonard Mailing left Sunday from Mason City for Seattle, Wash'. where she will visit a couple of nunlhs with Rev. and Mrs O. E. Parrctt. Mrs W. A. Hardy and Mrs Uicli- ard Norton attended the Mothers y tea at Mankato college Friday, guests of the respective daughters, Cindy and Siri. They came home with their mothers to spend the weekend. U. Col. and Mrs Marvin Waller left last Thursday after a visit of several days in Algona, enroute back to Fort Totlen, N. Y. where Col. Waller is stationed. They went to the Twin Cities from here, before returning east. Mrs Hilda Gronwall entertained her birthday club at dinner Wednesday in observance of her anniversary. Other members are Mrs Max Bast, Mrs Nettie Haag, Mrs George Miller, Mrs Anna Nelson, Mrs Freda Steussey, Mrs Kale Wegener and Mrs Ida Zumach. The evening was spent at 500. Thu Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co. offers quality work at reasonable cust and with quick service. No job too small; no job too big. Phone CY FUEL NOTIC All Law Offices In Algona Will Be Closed Thurs. Aft., May 1 And All Day Friday, May 1 (due to Lawyers Chatauqua) - KOSSUTH COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION M. H. Sheldon, Sargent, Neb., is making an extended visit with Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner. Mrs Bertha Bilshorough has been visiting Mr and Mrs Adolph Oberlander, Hopkins, Minn. Mr and Mrs James Allrn and Jack and Mrs Esther Benson spent Thursday evening at Spencer with friends. Mr and Mrs Homer Clark, John and Tim spent Sunday at St. Anthony with the parents, Mr and Mrs Clyde Clark. Mrs \V. A. Hall is a surgical patient at St. Ann hospital. Her parents Mr and Mrs William Walters are here from Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs Joan Lain has come from Versailles, Mo., to make her home with her parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen. Mrs Lain was widowed two years ago. Mr and Mrs Willis Colwcll WCIT visited Thursday by the latter's Mother, Mrs Gertrude Day and friends Mrs Violet Lindvall and Mrs Ruby Ferris, Clarion. Mrs Maltic McWhortor spent the Mothers Day weekend at Burt with Mr and Mrs Frank Rycrson, who recently returned from a visit of several weeks with Mr and Mrs \V. I. Crosby at Citra, Fia. Mrs Herbert Lind(|uisl has re- '.urned from Davenport where she spent a few clays with her husband while they looked for a house to iccuny after June 1. When school is closed the family will move there. Mr and Mrs C. A. C.eilenfcld had as guests Sunday their grandsons James and David Donohue, Forest City. Mr and Mrs Marion Donohue, the parents are in Rochester, Minn. Mrs Donohue is there to go through the clinic. Mr and Mrs Steve Murchland of Coronado, Cal. are here visiting relatives. They are former Algona residents. Mrs Murchland is the former Norinc Greiner. Both arc now employed at North Island Naval Air Station in the San Diego area. Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke were visited last weekend by their daughter, Margret. a student nurse at Mercy hospital. Mason City. The previous Friday the Goeckes and Mr and Mrs Louis Nitchals attended the capping of the respective daughters, Margaret and .Susan. Joel Ilcrbst is located at Minneapolis for a couple of months while supervising the re-organization of the branch of the company he is employed with at Culver City, Cal. He recently spent a day with his mother, Mrs Olive Hcrbst and Mr- and Mrs Ted Herbst. Joel is with the Ampex computer products company. Mr and Mrs Henry Joliannscn has as dinner guests Sunday Mrs Florence Schichtl, Burt, Mr and Mrs Wayne Schichtl, Washington] .Gary Schichtl and Judy Spangler? Britt, Mr and Mrs Glen Teeter, Mi J and Mrs Melvin Dutton, Mr and' Mrs R. G. Cook, Mr and Mrs Mol-' vin Button, and Mr and Mrs Raymond Nelson, LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Glenn McMurray and Helen i'ittritsch came Friday from Glendale, Calif., for a visit with 1 the mother Mrs Mary Zittritsch and Annie and with Mrs Elizabeth Post and family and Mr and Mrs tinier Kelley. They were accompanied by Mrs Lydia Sampson, Glendale, who will visit with relatives here. Andy Elberfs OIWKilfemore Wed 50 Years Whittemore — Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters were host to a 6:30 dinner last week Tuesday evening at their home in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elbert for their golden wedding anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elbert, Otto Elbert, Mr. and Mrs George Elbert, Mrs. Rosa Schumacher and Mrs. Mae Elbert of here, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Elbert of Pocahontas, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fuchsen of West Bend and the honored guests. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elhert and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Koppnn left May 4 for Tacoma, Wash, where (hey observed their golden wedding anniversary on Saturday. May 12, at the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Laabs. They are also planning to lake in the Worlds Fair and many in- leresting sights. Foreign Teacher Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Zumach received a letter from Arlo Lehmann Thursday that a call was extended to him on May 4 to become a missionary teacher in New Guinea. Mr. Lchmann will graduate June 2 from Concordia Teachers College in Seward, Nebr. After his graduation he will spend a few days with his parents in Pierce Nebr., and with relatives and friends. June 1«, he will report to (he Lutheran Seminary in St. Loui.-, Mo. where he will be given courses in language, health and hygiene, and geography, and also take a .series of 59 shots. He will take this schooling until Aug. 3, after, which he will be installed as a ' missionary teacher, which will take place in his congregation in Zion's Lutheran church in Pierce, Nebr. Mr. Lchmann is well known here as he taught 3rd, 4th and 5th grades in St. Paul's Lutheran school in Whittemore for two terms. Attend Rally A total of 29 women and Rev. Cleo Kautsch attended the Lutheran Women Mission League zone rally in St. John's Lutheran church, Burt, Wednesday. Rev. 11 F. Jenkins, a Negro minister of Omaha, Nebr., gave a topic on Negro Mission Work in the U.S.A. Danny Wayne Funk, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Funk, was baptized Sunday morning services in St. Paul's church. His sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Funk of Gracttinger. Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiated. Milton Espc is recuperating at liis home following surgery in Si Ann hospital in Algona recently. Mrs. Simon Weber was hostess to the Jolly 500 Club at her home Tuesday. Mrs. Martin Duffy won high; Mrs. Herman Kollaseh see ond high; and Mrs. James Bosch, low. Mrs. Dennis Weber of here and Mrs. Bud Ferden of Algona were guests of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wcgener and son David went to Perry Thursday Where they met their son A/lc Lyndon L. Wegener, who cnmc home on a 15-day leave will) his parents and relatives. Airman WcRcner returned to California Apr. 10 from Iwo years service in Japan and Korea. He has one yojii- to serve and will be stationed al Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lauek IT ceived word May 7 that Mrs. Carl Simmons, 59, Ringsted, passed away. Joseph II. Loebach, accompanied by his mother Mrs. Elizabeth Loebach and daughters Mary and Agnv.8, of here, Mrs. Arthur Kohlhass of West Bend, went to Otlowa. 111., last Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Halm, sister-in-law of Elizabeth Loebaeli John C. Vaudt, sonarman seaman USN, son of Mr. and Mrs August Vaudt Jr. of Whillemoro. is serving aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Towers, operating as a unit of the Seventh Fleet in the western Pacific. A S4 Patrick O. Knoer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Knoer. re cently participated with other per- j sonncl from the 22d Ordinance Tuesday, May 15, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Dos Moines—5 Company in Ordex 1. a (wo week command post exrreisc in Ger I « tl||fll "« «' n l; ' k( ' l'l'«« -lime 3 at many. Specialist Knoor. as milo . I 3 p m«i ninkjor Lutheran church mo(i\-e repairman in the comnanv ' nr , a ,'. So '"'' '?• repairman in the comp in Munic-l. Germany, entered the Armv in December; I9W. He re- reived his bask- training al Fort Leonard Wood, and arrived over seas in May. I'Hifl. Mrs. Charles E. EHvr! underwent surgery Monday in SI. Ann hospital. Mrs. Alfred Bell was a medica'- pi'tienl a day and night in St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold lleinricli visited Martin Goc-hel. brolhei of Mrs. Heinrich in the Fairmiini ho-- pitnl Friday evening. He under went surgery for a ruptured ap " „ i , «' h ',\ I!< " K ' sll;l ho! f tnl ln ' mlL Mln " ''"' s( ' VITnl >' cars ' Fire Narrowly Averted At Bancroft Lanes ,.. , , . . , Leo Elhert. who had been a pa- dent in Mercy hospital in Mason City, was brought home and is Mill ma cast and confined in a hospital | uh ,, n ., lK<(1 ! II, c w.ill AAcsrlys Bratrud Of Ringsted To Wed In June Kiii!<sti'(l — Mr and Mrs Melvin I"" 1 '' Bralrud announi-e (be engagement ' -'im and approachiii); marriage <'( I heir daughler Marlys .Joy to IVivid Clark Mncombcr of St. I'aul. Minn son of Mr and Mrs T. (). M.ieom- her of (.Irand Rapids, Mich. Th< scoi The hmlio^l M-PI lieved e\ er n-i I-P•> ;ill \\ii-- pveii I'c'c who h:id fulfilled for liic linn aih.'er "I Ho\ Scout memlii I l!"-;'i throiiuli I'M.. 1 I lion of recei\ in;; award from hi.-, 1: Andrew. TO DOG OWNERS - BICYCLE OWNERS All dogs are ordered confined or on leash from Midnight, Saturday, May 19, to midnighl, Saturday, May 26. This will give the police department a chance to pick up all strays and homeless dogs. Saturday, May 26, Algona's annual Pet Parade and Bicycle Parade. Dog Licenses, Rabies innoculations and Bicycle censes will be available at the Csty Hall. -e This date, -May 26, 1962, Saturday, deadline for both dog and bicycle licenses. be the DR. CAMERON C. SHIERK MAYOR CITY OF ALGONA JOAN ... fTRJCN OCNNI5 R FRIT? rtoSANNf PRESENTED WIT H PRIDE BY THE TITONKA SA¥ A GOOD BANK A GOOD TOWN AND GOOD PEOHL-'

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