The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
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Strong 18-Team Field Is Entered In Relays Here A fine 18-team field, competing in three separate classes, is ready to set numerous new marks during the second annual Rulldop Relays at the new athletic field here this Saturday, May 1, IF the weather will cooperate. Track activity around this portion of the state has been limited so far this spring - due to tin? late arrival of real runninp weather, but at least six toiiph teams will be competing here, according to Coach Arnie Hill of the Bulldogs. Class A will find Clear Lake, Eagle Grove, Iowa Falls, Hampton, Humboldt and Spencer shooting for the championship, while in class B Alpona, Belmnnd, Buffalo Center, Emmetsburg, Garrigan and Lake Mills will run for the trophy, and in Class C Burt, Lakota, LuVerno, Sentral, Meservey-Thornton and Swea City will be competing. Eagle Grove undoubtedly has the top team entered, with good balance and fine individuals in Hanson, 880 and 440, Brauman, broad jump, and Moklebust, high jump. Humlwldt has plenty of balance and should give the Eagles a run for their money in class A. And Hampton has sprinter Gilbert Tidman, a speedster that could make shambles of the short runs. Belmond, Emmetsburg and Lake Mills all have fine teams and should top the class B field, while Meservey-Thornton in class C features Abrams, one of the top hurdlers in the entire state. The meet will get underway at 1:30 p. m., with the preliminaries and finals in the shot, discus, broad jump, pole vault and high jump and the preliminaries in the high hurdles. Before the afternoon is over, preliminaries in the 100 yd. dash, low hurdles and 220 yd. dash will be completed. Evening events begin at 6:30 with the 100 yd. dash finals, followed by wind-ups in all other running events on the slate, with Hie mile relay slated to be the last race at 9:15. The mile run, set for 7:30, will be an open event for all classes. As this is only the second year for the Bulldog Relays, all marks 'in meet events were set last ^spring. Eagle Grove tracksters hold seven records and Humboldt four in class A, while Emmetsburg, Laurens and Albert City are class B leaders and several county schools on top in class C. A large crowd witnessed the meet last year - and the weather if cooperation is obtained, could bring out even more fans Saturday. Twins To Conduct Clinic Major league baseball techniques \\-\\\ l« demonstrated for boys 9 to 18 from Storm Lake, Iowa, and the surrounding area at a free baseball clinic 9 a. m to 12 noon Saturday, May 1, at Storm Lake Memorial Park. The clinic will lie sponsored In the Twins in cooperation with the Storm Lake Lions Club. Anpelo Giuliani, Twins scout and former major league catcher, will direct the clinic. He will be assisted by scouts Bill Kane and John Mauer. Giuliani asks that boys bring their gloves lx?cause they may have a chance to practice the techniques to be demonstrated. The Twins will supply bats and balls. Fundamentals to be covered include throwing, base running, sliding, infield play, hitting and bunting, outfield play, pitching and catching. In case of rain, the clinic will be held at Edson Hall on the Buena Vista College campus. In that event, boys are requested to wear gym shoes. The Storm Lake clinic has been approved by the Iowa High School Athletic Association. 1 C - Algona (la.) Upper De» Moines Thursday, April 29, 1965 Sectional BB Meets Underway At Two Sites Play opened yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon in the spring Sectional Baseball Tournament at Garrigan Field and Corwith, with two games at each site. At Corwith, LuVerne met Corwith-Wesley at 2 and Clarion tangled with Goldfield at 3:30 p.m., while at Garrigan, the host team met Ledyard at 2 and St. John's of Bancroft was to meet West Bend at 3:30. First round winners at the two sites will meet Monday at 3-.30, with those winners slated to play for the championship and right to move into District action at Garrigan May 5 at 3:30. Bulldogs Third At Milford Relays Monday Algona placed third in class A as 23 teams ran for titles in the annual Milford Relays Monday. Spencer and Emmetsburg tied with 67 points to win the class A section. Sutherland was the class B champ and Terril the class C winner. The Bulldogs counted 36 points, with Skip Perkins winning the broad jump at 19-7 1/8; Dale Teeter the 440 in :54.2; and the medley relay team of Perkins, Teeter, Wayne Patterson and Dave Martin coming through in $.56.1. AJgona placed in enough othei evepts to snare third from Sibley. The locals are slated to travel tp ihe Estherville Relays today (Thursday), then host the sec- qpd annual Bulldog Relays here Saturday, with 18 teams expected to compete. • f — * •** CONSTRUCTION PAPER White & Colors, 12x18. — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Office Supply Dept. Bears Drop 2-1 Decision; Now 0-3 For Year Graettinger scored single runs in the second and fourth frames to edge past Garrigan, -1 2-J, at Graettinger Monday. The loss was the third straight for the locals who also turned in their third game without an error. The Bears scored first, getting a run in the top of the second on a single by Dick Bleich, a fielder's choice and a single by Chuck Geilenfeld. Graettinger knotted the count in the same inning, then counted the winner in the fourth. The Bears got four hits, the winners six as Don Potthoff and Bill Milder hurled for Garrigan and Leonard Cornelius for Graettinger. hook Walton Trophy Shoot Slated May 2 The East Fork chapter of the Izaak Walton League will hold their annual spring trophy shoot May 2 at the Izaak Park, 2 1/2 miles south of Algona on Highway 169. Practice shooting will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and contests will start at 1 p.m. Included will be a 50- bird shoot, with 25 birds at 16 yards and 25 birds in the handicap. The 16-yard score will determine handicap position. Trophies will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places, plus one for the high over-aH. In addition, there will be a 16- yard trophy and a handicap trophy, with sudden death in case of any ties. The entry fee will be $3.50. Shells, buffalo and moose- burgers, and drinks will be available. General chairman of the event is Harold Holmgren of Lone Rock. A. E. (Soup) Briggs will have charge of food. Barbershoppers Here Have New Voice Director The Corn Belt (formerly the Kossuth) Barbershoppers Chorus will be featured at a student activities benefit program at the Burt school May 6. The group opened the spring season recently, when they welcomed their new director, Merle Dickinson of Mason City. The Barbershoppers plan to compete in the fall Central States District contest at Des Moines in October. The Barbershoppers invite any men within driving distance who enjoy singing to attend practice sessions at the Algona Legion hall each Tuesday evening. No special training or specific requirements are needed for participation. Teachers In Miami Mrs. Margaret Beringer and Mrs. Fern Stanton, elementary principals at Bertha Godfrey and Lucia Wallace Schools of the Algona Community School District are attending this week the National Convention of the National Association of Elementary School Principals at Miami, Florida. Over 5000 elementary principals from ill states in the union are planning to attend. Viking Fullback Here Friday Bill Brown, fullback for the Minnesota Vikings, will speak and show action films at the JayCee Athletic Party, Friday evening, at the VFW Hall here, starting at 9 p.m. Tickets are now available. Also on the program will be Jim Hershberger and Beanie Cooper, local coaches. The public is invited. Surplus proceeds will go to the Good Samaritan Home Fund. 5 Cub Scouts Receive Awards Here April 21 Cub Scout Pack 70 held a monthly meeting April 21 at Bryant school. Den One had the opening number. Den 2 won the attendance flag. Mr. Thuente extended an invitation to the Pack . to attend a camporee at Pocahontas May 22. Den 2 haa the Awards were given to Dennis McGuire, Mark McGuire, John Robinson, J. C. Kain and Gerald Bramley. Den- 5 had the closing number. The Star Roller rink Invited the boys to an evening of free roller skating. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllflU IWHITTEMORE By Art Heldenwith Illllll Anthony Buscherfeld went to Iowa City Wednesday for a checkr up. Cara Lee Hanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hanson entered Palo Alto hospital in Emmetsburg Monday as a medical patient. Mrs. Bertha Uhlenhake entered the St. Ann hospital in Algona as a medical patient. Donald Kollasch was released from the Mercy hospital in Mason City Thursday following an auto accident. Clarence Hentges was released from the University hospital in Iowa City and is recuperating at home now. Mrs. James Buscherfeld entered the Palo Alto Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg as a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert had five of their grandchildren at their home for the past two weeks, due to the heavy flood area southwest of Rodman where their son-in-law and daughter, the Eldon Fehrs live on a farm. Mrs. Mary Stainbrook has retired from her farm and moved to town, Monday, to the former Robert H. Finnel home which she purchased on east Main street. Joseph Loebach, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Loebach of Whittemore, arrived home Tuesday after spending a year at Thailand with the U. S. Army. Mr. and Mrs. Yern Bormann entertained a number of relatives on their 15th wedding anniversary, Sunday evening. Present were Rev. Charles Bormann of Pocahontas and Rev. James Faiidel of Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Conlon and Mrs. lleen Fandel of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Youngwirth of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bormann of LeMars, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Steier, and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Faudel and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bormann of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gunderson, Beverly Zumach and Norbert Zumach took their parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach to Stub's Ranch Kitchen at Spencer in honor of their 53rd wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker and daughter Helen of Albert Lea, Minn., and Tom Dunphy were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Arthur Heidenwith home. Announce First Concert For Season Here With the 16th annual Community Concert membership drive well under way, Louis Kelley, president of the association, has announced the "hold" concert (the attraction chosen in advance of the drive to insure its availability) for next season to be "Feis Eireann", a company of 22 young and attractive men and women from Ireland - singers, dancers and instrumentalists - the real cream of the performing talent of their country. Headquarters for the current drive is at Bjustrom Furniture, phone 5-7008, with Mrs. Frank Moulton, membership chairman, Mrs. Kyle Keith and Mrs. James Dodds, assistant chairmen, or Mrs. Lois Hollar, Community representative, available there every day from noon to 5 p.m. except Friday when the hours will be 12 to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. As usual the drive will close Saturday noon with no single admissions being sold during the year. The purpose of the advance membership drive is to establish a budget and then secure the best possible talent for the money available. A meeting will be held May 1 at 3 p.m. at the high school annex to select the remaining concerts for next season. All persons who join the association during the current drive are asked to be present. With about 50 volunteers work- Ing in the county this week, everyone should be contacted, but if you are not, simply call or drop in at headquarters. '' Bel Canto Club Will Present Concert Here Bel Canto music club will present a spring musical and benefit concert in the high school auditorium next Wednesday evening at B p. m., according to an announcement by Mrs. Glen Graham, president. The chorus of 20 voices will be augmented by a small selected group of male voices. Director is Mrs. Newton Coughenour. The narration will be presented by Mrs. John Hayes. Accompanists include Mrs. Rex Taylor, Mrs. George Sefrit and Mrs. Coughenour. Soloists will be Willard Snu- stad, Kirk Hayes and Mrs. Howard Wohlers. Members of the men's chorus include Willard Snustad, Kirk Hayes, 0. L. Nasby, Ted Herbst, Dr. Harold Erickson, Dr. J. B. Harris, 'Don Gant, Glen Graham and Ben Anliker. Members of the Bel Canto chorus include Mrs. Nat Bangs, Mrs. Wes Bartlett, Mrs. Melvin Bourne, Mrs. Richard Burt, Mrs. Julian Chrischilles, Mrs. Keith Christie, , Mrs. Jerry Cowan, Mrs. James Dodds, Mrs. Fred Geigel, Mrs. Glen Graham, Mrs. Kirk Hayes, Mrs. John Hayes, Mrs. Floyd Holt, Mrs. Eugene McMahon, Mrs. Richard Mawdsley, Mrs. Wade Sullivan, Mrs. Richard Thoreson, Mrs. Ralph Weber, Mrs. Sara Welp and Mrs. Doris Stevens. In charge of staging are Mrs. Coughenour, Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Bartlett and Mrs. Sefrit. There will be no admission charge, but a free-will offering may be made. The proceeds will go toward a musical gift to the Good Samaritan Home. Musical Draws S-R-O Crowd First, second and third grade students arid the special education class at Bryant school presented its annual musical at the school Tuesday evening before a packed house. A large cast took part in the musical, which was directed by Corrine Shim si, assisted by Mrs. Mona Bonacker, Mrs. Ruth Patterson, Mrs. Elna Easter, Marlene Hulstein and Mrs. Fran Eason, grade and special education teachers. Mrs. Debolt, 87, Services At Rodman, Apr, 28 Funeral services for Mrs. Sadie Debolt, 87, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Rodman Presbyterian church with the Rev. Claire McNeel officiating. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery, Rodman. Mrs. Debolt died Sunday at Palo Alto Memorial Hospital, Em met- sburg, following a long illness. The former Sadie Gockley, she was born in Illinois, but had resided in the Rodman-Whittemore area since she was a small child. In 1896, she married Marion Debolt at Curlew. He died in 1940. Surviving are three children, Glenn Debolt and Mrs. Harry Prentice, both of Rodman, and Mrs. John Tiernam of Rolfe» of Monsignor was made in February of 1953, and he was appointed Vicar General in 1964. Another brother of Mrs. Hamilton, Father Bernard Gretemin, formerly served as assistant priest at Whittemore and is now at Halbur. . • Other brothers, Father Lawrence Greteman and Father James Greteman, both now deceased, were former pastors at Livermore and Milford respectively. Auxiliary Bishop A brother of Mrs. Charles Hamilton, Algona, has been appointed Auxiliary Bishop to His Excellency, J. M. Mueller, Bishop of the Sioux City Diocese. He is Msgr. Frank Greteman, pastor of Holy Spirit church, Carroll. The appointment Clubs Exchange Courtesies The Fenton Town and Country Women's Club heard a program Tuesday evening provided by the Ringsted Women's Club. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Ted Jensen, with Mrs. Arnold Hansen as co-hostess. Mrs. John Struecker was in charge of the program, which featured Mrs. Stanley Hansen of the Ringsted club giving a study on religions. Mrs. Hansen used the book "Your Neighbor's Faith" by William Poovey in her talk. The Fenton club will present the program at the May meeting of the Ringsted's Women's Club. Burt Skip Day BURT - Burt high school seniors left early trida? on their annual Spring Skip Day to Minneapolis. They attended the Ice Follies, Cinerama and did a bit of sight-seeing., Acting as chaperones for the group were Principal Richard and Mrs. Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Herrick. Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Werner Stru- ecker will be honored at open house Sunday, May 2, in observance of their silver wedding anniversary at their home, 503 W. McGregor, Algona, from 2 to 4:30. All friends and relatives are invited. HOSPITAL NEWS April 14 - Admitted: Leo Neppel, Irvington, medical; Gregory Origer, West Bend; Capitola Sample,Algona,surgery; dismissed: Baby Blocker, Bancroft; James Edgington and Virgil Smith, Algona. " April 15 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis West, Wesley, boy, 9 lbs. f 5 oz.; dismissed: Charles Steil, Thomas and Robert Claude, and Mrs. Grace Winter, Algona; Ray Barber, West Bend; Mrs. Katherun Schiltz, Bancroft. April 16 - Admitted: Simon Elbert, Whittemore, medical; dismissed: Ted Trunelle, ST., Wesley; Gregory Origer, West Bend. April 17 - Admitted: Dale Farnham, Algona, medical; dismissed: J. I. Merryman and Mrs. Cecil Snere, Algona. April 18 - Admitted: Vivian Nagel, Algona, surgery; Marvin Cronan and Earl Rich, Algona, medical; dismissed: Leo Neppel, Irvington; Karla Kain, Algona,' April 19 - Admitted: Sheryl Harr, Wesley, surgery; Mrs. Joe Cogley, Algona, medical; Mrjs. Clara Hobson, Algona, surgery; dismissed; Mrs. Dennis West and baby, Wesley; Adrian Sterling and Mrs. Katherine McMurray, Algona. April 20 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt, Ottosen, twin boys, admitted - Mrs. Jennie Deibler, Algona, medical; Mrs. Bertha Uhlenhake, Whittemore, medical. ADDING MACHINES £ TYPEWRITERS At The Upper Des Moines. • »VU4X<Ot ^_ — - ^^^ .^^.^^.^^.^^•.^^.^^•^^•^^•^^v^^v^^v^^v.^^p'.^^v.^^P'.^^K^^K^^P'.^^K^V'.^^P'.^^P^^K^^P^HP^^V^HCdV^BV^^tf^BP^^R^H'^IR^V^^P^^P^Ii^^P^flPUV^^B^^^^H I Calling All ts! THE KING O THE NEW FASTBACKS by Rambler NOW IN OUR SHOW ROOM American Motors' all-new Marlin hardtop features fastback styling with full six- passenger room and comfort. The sporty two-door Rambler fastback has a wheelbase of 112 inches and an over-all length of 195 > inches. It is 54 inches high. 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