The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 14, 1962 · Page 8
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Hershberger Back; Nucleus 12 Leffermen Coach Jim Hershberger of Algona high school, who guided the Bulldogs to their most successful season in many years when they won five and lost three in 1961, is back in Algona after active duty as an army reservist, and began facing the task of building another winner during the 1962 season. Jim is not downhearted about this season's prospects, but at the same time enough ifs are present to cloud the picture to some extent. Hershberger is blessed with 12 lettermen. However, some of the returnees won their awards in reserve roles and it won't be known for some time if they can meet full-time varsity specifications. Coach Hershberger plans to issue equipment to his charges at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 22 — and just two days later, sometime during the morning of Aug. 24, the team will open practices on a two- a-day basis until school opens Aug. 29. Then the one-a-day program will take over. Lettermen slated to report in elude Bill VVetzel, Tom Waller Rich Hutchins and Alan Holt backs; Jack Williams and May nard Shackelford, ends; Dennis Helmke, Paul Smith and Bii Specht, tackles; Gary Kelley anc Dick Pratt, guards; and Mike Kain, center. Waller, at quarterback last year broke all local records when he ran for 471 yards and passed for Gamgan Has 13 Vefs, But Needs Backs Coach Beanie Cooper of Gar rigan high school recently sale his doctor had told him that hif over-all health picture might improve if the Golden Bears didn't have such a rugged nine-game schedule facing them this fall. Cooper probably will endure the sleepless nights and attacks of indigestion and put a formidable team on the gridiron — despite his doctor's diagnosis. True, the Bears open against a pair of real rugged foes. They travel to Dos Moines for a meeting with Dowling. then host Mason City high school here in their first two contests — and they will start the 1962 season without several fine players that helped them to fine records during the past two vears. Taking a quick, early look at the Bears' chances, here is the pic- ure. There are 13 letter winners back from last season. Five were .24 Alice Reding Of St. Joe To Wed August 25 DacK trom last season, f ive were survivjng are tnree sis(ers regulars, four played as regulars three brothrrs . W illiam anc | F 8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1962 Simon Blame, Ledyard, 72 Rites Monday I.rdyanl — Funeral services were held Monday afternoon for Simon Blome. 72. 'of Elmnre. Mr Blome passed away at his home ir Elmore early Friday morning. He was born on Aug. 31, 1890 ir Germany and came to this cnun- ry as a child. He moved with lis parents to the Ledyard about 18BS. He was married on Fob 10, ills o Hanna Kngelbats a! the Re- ormed church in Ledyr.rd. She jassed away on Nov. 13, 1918 when heir son was eight days old. Mr Blome retired from active arming and moved into Elmore everal years ago. The son, Marvin along with the our grandchildren survive. Also 947 more to amass a total of 1418 yards in eight games. The number two and three ground gainers a year ago, Wetzel and Hutchins, with 213 and 178 yards, respectively, will also add plenty of zip to the single wing offense used bj Hershberger. Holt was used mainly as a blocker last season. Up front, Shackelford was a varsity regular until he suffered a knee injury; Williams served both as a reserve and regular, as were Specht and Pratt. Helmke, Smith, Kelley and Kain were regulars, so Hershberger does have a fine nucleus to work with. There are other returnees from last year's squad who did not letter, but the entire list will not be known until the players report. There will also be some first- timers that eventually might give some aid, although under normal conditions not too much can be expected from the freshman and sophomore crop. The Bulldogs will have less than three weeks to prepare for their opener at Emmetsburg Sept. 14. From that Friday night on, Hershberger's team will play a North Central Conference game every Friday. There are four home games and four away on the slate Khich follows: Sept. 14—Emmetsburg, there Sept. 21—Humboldt, here Sept. 23—Webster City, there Oct. 5—Eagle Grove, here Oct. 12—Hampton, here Oct. 19—Clear Lake, there Oct. 2f>—Clarion, there Nov. 2—Iowa Falls, here and reserves and the other foun saw limited action. Cooper has backs Tom Hudspeth, Jim Nitchals, Bob Schneider and Lee Froehlich; tackles Steve Studer, Phil Henry and Marvin Tripp; ends Dick Stoulil, Bill Rahm and Steve Smith: guards Mark Elbert and Paul Seiler; and center LeRoy Heinen to build his 1962 edition of the Bears around. Of course, there will be others from last year's squad and newcomers to the game of football on :he roster when equipment is issued and practices begin Aug. 24. In listing his problems. Cooper named them in this order: replac- ng last season's offensive back- ield i the first five men graduat- d); filling the right tackle slot; ack of depth; lack of offensive peed; must face, for the most art, schools much larger than larrigan; and last, but by no means least, a shortage of crying i we Is. Cooper's assistant coaches will e Bill Brennan and Frank Sch- r eitzer, both newcomers on Garigan's staff. The Bears have won 12, lost four and tied one in he past two years and Cooper has a lifetime mark of 65-28-4. The Bears will again operate out f the VVing-T offense and the de- ense will undoubtedly be built round the big men, Studer, Seiler nd Heinen, all well over the 200 ound mark and all regulars last eason. The Cooper-men svill be hard al after Aug. 24, shaping up for ;. ' ; chedule which opens Stpt. 14 ai i Dowling. Here is the entire slate I >f games for the Bears this fall: i Sept. 14—Dowling, there ' ' Sept. 22—Mason City, here Sept. 29—Carroll Kuemper, her:! Oct. 6—Waterloo Columbus, here Oct. 13— Emmetsburg Catholic, there Oct. 19—Sioux Falls O'Gorman. herc- Oct. 2ft—Perry, here Nov. 2—Austin Pacelli. there Nov. 10—Ft. Dodge St. Edmoncl there The meeting with Carroll Kuem- and three brothrrs, William and Henry of Elmore and Puiil of Seneca, Illinois. Services were held at Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church in Ledyard uith the Rev. Victor Vriesen officiating. Burial wa.s in the Highland Home cemetery at Ledyard. False Check Charges Are On File Here Petitions, charging false drawing and uttering of a bunk check, were filed this week in district court here. A. D. McPherson is charged with uttering a check in the amount of $20 at the Viking Oil Co. and the charge was filed by County Attorney Gordon Winkel. " E. T. Juchen is charged with uttering a bank check in the amount of $11.50 at Frank and Em's Cafe here. He was bound over to district court following a preliminary hearing in Justice Delia Welter's court and bond was set at SI,000 and not furnished. It is his fourth offense, according to the petition. In another case filed in districj court, Noble Crouch is charged with OMVI. He was arrested by police officers Aug. 4 and bound St. Joe — Mr and Mrs Frank Reding announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Alice, shown here, to Albert Berte, son of Mr and Mrs John Berte, all of St. Joe. The wedding will be Aug. 25 in St. Joseph's church at 10 o'clock. Miss Reding, a graduate of Garrigan. Algona, and A.I.B.. Des Moines, was employed at the Des Moines. Mr Berte attended St. Joseph's high school and has been engaged in farming with his father. ( L'DM Engraving) Driver Charged After Crash Of Tractor, Auto Charges of failing to give <a signal were filed against Edward A. Heinen, 22, Algona, following a tractor-auto collision 2% miles south of Sexton on a blacktop road Thursday, Aug. 9. ? Both vehicles were headed south at the time. The tractor, driven by Heinen, was making a left turn into a farm driveway when the over following a preliminary hear- auto, driven by Arthur G. Rosen- ing in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court, meyer, 06, Algona, attempted to Bond w as set at ».i50 and furnish- ! pass. According to Patrolman D. W. Homan. the car was a total loss, while the tractor suffered $150 damage. Neither driver was injured. Monday, Aug. 13, at 10:15 a.m., an auto driven by Elma W. Kern, !10, Marengo, crashed into a horse- drawn wagon, driven by Virgil L Wolf, 19, Bancroft, 3' 2 miles north of Bancroft on highway 169. Both vehicles were headed Algona Budget For 1963 Meets With Approval The proposed budget for the year 1963 was approved by Algo- . „ tllltlv .,, „,..,,. MlJaut , u na s city council following on open ! south. The Kern auto attempted hearing here Aug. 8 at 7 30 pm Total amount to be asked from taxation is about Sli.OOO less ttian for li*2. Total proposed expenditures by Wesley Farm New Golf Links . Wesley — The proposed ne golf course is being built on th former Bertha Lloyd farm J milt east of Wesley, south nf Highwa 18. The land was bought froi Charles Price who had purchase the Lloyd farm. Fairways will be divided by a 3 inch grass rough The course is owned by Merit' Loss, Al and Wm. Erpelding ot Wesley. Charles Price will be greenskeeper and Mrs Ann Carman of Britt will be bookkeeper and clubhouse attendant. The bent grass greens will be about 60 x 60 feet and raised at least a foot from the level of the fairways. Membership fees will be about $50. .,, , t * ul «i p,./jyu..tvj ,-Ape-llUHUI C'S OV per Sept. 29 will be Homecoming I the city during 1%:! are $1 -I'M T>5 for Garrigan and the Perry game j while $l!ifi.520 is slated to be rais' will be Dad's Night at Garrigan j ed through local taxes A total Field. ' - to pass the wagon and struck it in the left area. Damage to the vehicles was estimated at $1300 by Sheriff Ralph Linhorst who investigated. Smith-Erickson Match Decides Golf Champion Craig Smith and Dr. Harold Erickson won semifinal mutches at Algona Country Club recently and moved into the finals of the club championship tournament. They are slated to meet for the title next Sunday, Aug. ly, and will play a 36-hole match. Both have reached the finals in previous years, but neither has won the championship. Smith downed Frank Moulton, 76, and Erickson downed Dr. J. B. Harris, 2-1, to reach the finals. Garfield 4-H Hears Reports The Garfield Hustlers met at Sidney Banwarts, Aug. 6. Duane Metzger will furnish hay and Jack Schmidt straw at the fair. The barn boss for this year will be Art Mogler, dairy barn, and Ron Buenger, beef barn. Kenny Traub gave a t;dk on "Fit- i , , • ... . - - • rental figure; . of $19K,54H was asked in taxes clur ing the present fiscal year. There \\civ no written or oral objections to the l%:i proposal filed before or during the meeting Top proposed expenditures during !!«;:) promise to be utilti -s $1 ' (JW ' ()00 ' ! ' :ret>ls - Slt "- :i0 "' flt ' hl St '' xlw - ; - anci P ubl 'c safety. Christina Engen Burial Here On Saturday Wesley — Mrs Christina F.ngen, 77. the widow of Hans T Engen, died Thursday, Aug. <), at Park Kapids. Minn. Her husband died in 1957 Funeral -><-r. ices were held Sat- ting and Showing a Beef Calf. James Zaugg reported on the North Iowa judging contest at Spencer. j Harlan Metzger reported on the I demonstration contest where he and John Ketelsen gave a demonstration on "Tractor Safety", and received a blue ribbon ^ Terry Frit-den gave a talk on the County 4-H Square Dance that was held Aug. 4. Imprompt speeches for t h e month were Jack Schmidt, "My Favorite Sport", and Leland Metzger, "My Propett " Polio Vaccine Distribution date.s for oral polio vaccine are Sept 2'.t. Nov 17 and Jan. 5. This is sponsored by the Algona JayCees. Robert Watson chairman, an.I is approved an.! supervised by the Kossutli Countv Medical Society Thus far the two Titonka A separate type of polio virus will be given on all date.- Of the main items, streets and parking meters are down and i • ••-•- m-m .>m- samtation, road use tax and sewer! u , n ' a > at - :;(J P ™ at the Bough ton the "•""•-•' ""-on advanced over 1WH figures, la.st fiscal year which total.s are available. 5 From County At State Camp Five K«. county young people attended the first Fanner's Funeral Horru- in Brit! Rev Paul W. Adix of tht- K:j-:-.t Lutheran '•hiinh of Bntt <,\\\< \v>-.<\ Burial was m Ka.-.t Lav. n '"trnetcry, Algona. Sur. ;•. int' an- uo children. Paul. W i-->;. Mr-. Clirenre • Marie i Donavan Park Rapids, and luc grandi n;l<Jr«.-n Suffers Gashes Bancroft - Kddir- Rake received deep ga.she foot when , . •• - — ' i ti -» i_iv-^ij tci.-,/j!;-) tjij fits rrxil UL'hf*n nion State Vouth Camp, Sunday | he got'caught in the lawn mo we? through Wednesday of last week at ' ' and all three must be obtained fo immunization. The charge will be 25c per dose. the 4-H campsite at Madrid. The Kossuth delegation was the largest at the camp. Attending were Penny Dodds, I.one Rock. Tom Coyne and Roger Menkf. Bancroft, and (it-raid Mil- It-r and Sandy Schenck, Algona The campers had sessions explaining the Fanner's I'nion, rural electrification, farm legislation and p.irlidinentary proiucdure addition to recreation events. Penny Dodds was cho.sen mis- lre.-.s of ceremonies for the closing night program and Tom Coyne and Gerald Miller were cho.sen to go on the Farmer's Union industrial tour of Iowa, Aug 27 thru 29. ui while mowing the lawn at his mother's home He is the son of Mrs Rose Rake and lives with his mother. Pool Is Open The Algona swimming pool will remain open, with regular hours through Labor Day, Sept 3 according to Beanie Cooper, 'pool manager Couples To Wed Two wedding licenses were Ls sued at the office n( the county clerk he-re this week They went to Jerold Olson and Dorothea Pouel.sen, Aug. 8, and William J Kopish and Ann K. Mikes Aug 13 Fire Destroys Barn, Garage At Swea-Eagle Swea & Eagle — A fire of undetermined origin started in a barn and spread to the garage Thursday afternoon at the Martin Gabel place 4'- 2 miles northwest of Swea City. The house was close to the burn- ng buildings, but water was used o prevent any blaze from starting there. It was the only water available until the fire truck ar- •ived. The Gabels were not at home and neighbors, George Pearsons & is son Ronald, noticed the fire, nvestigated and turned in the ilarm. One of the Pearsons was bout to enter the garage when an xplosion, caused by a small can f gasoline, forced the doors open nd caused Pearson to change his mind about that part of the in- estigation. The barn, a 12' by 28' structure, was empty, but the garage contained small tools, feed and the lawn mower. Estimated loss in the blaze was said to be about $1200 and partially covered by insurance. Mrs Gabel and Mrs Pearson were attending the funeral of a relative of Mrs Pearson, Glenn Zwiefel at Burt. CROP Unit Will Organize, Aug. 20 An organization meeting of the Kossuth County CROP (Christian Rural Overseas Program) is slated for Monday, Aug. 20 at 8 p.m. at the board meeting room of the Burt Cooperative Elevator, according to Rev. Evan Routh, county convenor of the unit. Purpose of the meeting is to organize a permanent CROP board and to make plans for the 1962 CROP appeal. Corn Dealers Meet Mr and Mrs Herman Heinen ot LuVerne and Mr and Mrs Anton Weydert of Bode recently attended a Pride seed corn ilonlor meet ing in Algonn, Aug. H, put on for district representntivcs by John Hell- ly, Algonn, district sales manager. Algona Man Is Charged, OMVI An Algona man, Kenneth H. Carlson, was bound over to district court following a preliminary hearing on a charge of OMVI in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court Monday. Carlson's bond was set at Sr.OO and furnished. He wa.s arrested by a highway patrolman at St. i Joe on highway 1G9 at 10:45 p.m. | Saturday. In other cases heard by the mayor, R. M. Lawton, Mowea* iue, 111., paid $20, truck registration; Stanley Black, Burt, $10, and 0. J. Rutledge, Algona, $5, truck overload; Dennis Henningson, At- antic, $20, and Rev. William Krueger, Vinton, $10, speeding; Michael Brayton, Algona, $25, reckless driving. Bernard Laabs, Fenton, $10, and 3 aul Seiler, Algona, $5, mufflers; 2dward Heinen, Algona, $10, fail- ng to signal a turn; Lyle Mueler, Emmetsburg, $10, failing to report an accident; and Ralph Bedford, Corwith, and Donald Hammer, Algona, S10 each, drinking beer on the highway. Court costs were assessed in addition to fines. Ex-Algonan's Husband Dies Funeral services for Dr. James Emmerson, son-in-law of G. D. Stokes, Algona, were held Monday afternoon in North Pembroke. Mass. Dr. Emmerson died July 9 after an illness of several months. He is survived by his wife, thn former Ruth Stokes, and a daughter, Roxanna, Mrs Richard Michie. His mother, who lives at Lamoni, also survives, and there is a brother on the veterinary faculty at Iowa Slate University in Ames. Dr. Emmerson had practiced veterinary medicine in the Boston area about 30 years. He was in his mid-fifties. SALE on Berkshire Stockings (HURRY! (HURRY! /August 16-^ (September 1. Now! Stock np on steer sheer BerJuhires-the only stockings with the NYLOC0 Run-Barrier, Guaranteed not to run from top or toe into the sheer leg area-* or 701 get a new pair free I fa LIFE SaVtngt oa reguTar Berkshlres 1.35...wow 1,11.,.8PAIRI 3.30 teg, 1.50.,, *ow 1.21... 3 FAIKJ 3.60 'JFJHIISB hill nscmiies m m. ftogular classes will begin at St. Cccclin's Academy and Garrigan high school here Sept. 4, accorrt- shidents registered last spring and St. Cecelia's sign-up will be ing to school officials. 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