The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1965 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1965
Page 12
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323 ON 22 TEAMS FOR LITTLE LEAGUE _ __ . &i " v V*-' Algona Hi, Garrigan Grads Receive Special Awards Games June« A large number of members of < the class of 1965, Algona high school, were announced as recipients of a variety of scholarships and monetary awards during the annual commencement exercises here Monday night. Of the total, 10 received college and university scholarships. They were: Jean Christiansen, Maureen O'Brien and Ann Wilson, 1SU; Jackie Kinden, SUI; Cheryl Carr, SCI: Beckv Dailev. Dakota Wesleyan; Jorge Febles, St. John's; Gayle Phillips and Rod Ricklefs, Grinnell; and Sandra Pergande, Concordia. Eight students received the senior class share of $8,325 from the Thompson Education Fund, which is now valued at more than $200,000. They are Richard Apple, Pam Hopkins, Cheryl Carr, Robert Martin, Jean Christiansen, Sharon Willrett, Richard Feaster and Jane Geilenfeld. The Whittemore student at AHS with the highest scholastic standing, Milton Butzke, received $125 from the Whittemore Woman's Club. Two memorial funds, each for $30, were awarded, the Larry Obrecht Memorial to Steve Hardy and the Penny Dodds-Mary Cowan Award to Maureen O'Brien. The $50 Soroptimist Club award went to Jean Christiansen; four $25 awards went to: Jo Ellen Baas, Bel Canto Club; Jackie Kinden, Ingersoll Forensic Award; Rod Ricklefs, Minnie J. Coate Memorial Award; and Gayle Phillips, P.E.O. Sisterhood. Ann Wilson got a $20 award from the D.A.R.; Judy Haag, $10 from the Business and Professional Women's Club; Trudy Alt, $10 from the Beta Sigma Phi Sorority; and Dorene Funk, $5 from the Delphian Society. Marilyn Deal and Milton Butzke received the Iowa State Bar Assn. Award and Pin. Besides Rod Rlcklefe, who was honored for getting all A's through his four years, except one, the folio wing we re announced as having B or better averages: David Agena, Trudy Alt, Janet Angle, Milton Butzke, Karen Charles, Jean Christiansen, Marilyn Deal, Dorene Funk, Jane Geilenfeld, Marilyn Harris, Pamela Hopkins, Lois Hunt. Jackie Kinden, Robert Martin, Jane Metzger, Juanlta Meyer, Maureen O'Brien, Dennis Ohrtman, Barbara Perclval, Gayle Phillips, Sandy Schenck, Diane Smith and Ann Wilson. The annual Awards Assembly was also held recently, with the following receiving recognition, exclusive of sports lettermen, who have been listed earlier in the UDM: Student council - Bill Boldridge, Barb Knudsen, Larry Munger, Dan Merryman, John Pratt, Jane Raney and Phil Taylor. Spirit Cup - Senior Class, Ninth English - Debbie Laws; junior high history - Linda Schlapia; Junior high citizenship - Debbie Huber; debate - Jackie Kinden, Karen Charles, Maureen O'Brien and Gregg Buchanan; National Merit Letters of Commendation- Rod Ricklefs, Lois Hunt and Penny Dodds, accepted by Susan Dodds. Cheerleaders - Judy Egel, Barb Knudsen, Sharon Sundet, Maureen O'Brien, Mary Cowan, Juanita Meyer, Sue Moulton, Lark Whittemore and Sandy Harmes; drama - Phil Taylor and Linda Cooper; Sports King & Queen Linda Parsons and Denny Miller. Yearbook - Dennis Ohrtman, Juanita Meyer and Jane Geilenfeld; instrumental music - Jean Christiansen, Gayle Phillips, Janey Raney, Jim Schutter, Janet Angle, Jo Ellen Baas, LeRoy Bruns, Jim Col well, Dorene Funk, Emy Lou Garms, Lois Hunt, Maureen O'Brien, Rod Ricklefs, Diane Smith, Lorna Walker, Ann Wilson, Sally Bay, Wayne Christiansen, Brad Kraft, Linda Meehlhause, John Snyder, Carol Teeter, Judy Thomsen, Terry Chamberlain, Dennis Georg, David Gerber, Carol Gerike, Daryi Johnson, Kathy Morz, David Ruhnke, Linda Ruhnke, James Voigt, Doris Anliker, Linda Parsons, Kitty Hardgrove, Joy Meyer, Helen Skow, Glenn Tschetter, Donna Kenyon, Carol Sloniker, Don Hagen, Sara Huber, Ruth Johnson, Jim Jorgenson, Dean Teeter and Tim Will. Vocal music - Jo Ellen Baas, Jean Christiansen, Richard Feaster, Dorene Funk, Emy Lou Garms, Rod Ricklefs, Salvador a, (la.) Upper DBS Maine Thursday, June 3, 1965 de Souza, Bob Bradford, Wayne Christiansen, Brad Kraft, John Pratt and Judy Thomsen; Wrestler of the Year - Denny Miller; Industrial arts - Randy Riedinger, Greg Powell and Jeff Allen. Marilyn Black Of Algona To Wed August 14 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Black, Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn Kay, to Charles W. Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell, Sharon, Mass. Both Miss Black and Mr. Mitchell attend Cedarville College in Ohio. An August 14 wedding is planned at the Regular Baptist church in Algona. Dog Quarantine In tiled Here The Algona City Council authorized a dog quarantine, which will take place this year from June 6 to 12, at its regular meeting Wednesday night of last week. Date for the pet parade was set for June 12, at whiol^ time veterinarians will administer rabies shots. Pass Memorial Weekend With Few Mishaps While there were three auto mishaps investigated in this area during the long Memorial Day weekend, fortunately there were no personal injuries resulting and property damage was estimated at $1,145. The latest occurred at 7 a.m. Tuesday on Kennedy street here when a car, being backed out by Roger L. Fox, 22, Algona, struck a vehicle driven by James R. Young, 53, also of Algona. There was no damage to the Fox auto and $95 damage to the Young vehicle. Police investigated. Police charged Kenneth S. Cowan, Algona, with careless driving after his car struck a parked auto owned by Glenn F. Burtis, also of Algona, on State street. Cowan was headed west when his auto struck the Burtis machine, which was parked on the south side of the street. A car driven by Lawrence M, Kounkel, 25, Milwaukee, Wise., The contest for the minds and allegiances of today's youth is the greatest in history, Senator Jack Miller (R-Iowa) warned Garrigan Catholic High School graduates here, Sunday afternoon. Speaking at commencement exercises, Senator Miller urged the graduates never to underestimate the seriousness of the responsibilities they now face. As part of the first generation of Americans to live entirely in ttie cold war era, he declared that they "face problems and decisions unknown to earlier generations." "Your decisions," he said, "will have to be faster, tougher and more accurate. You cannot afford to be half-informed on the issues, because if you are, you will be only half-equipped to meet the challenges to freedom and the American way of life." Senator Miller told the graduating class that "you are a part of a generation which will effect wide-spread changes In our social system." and added: "The question you must supply the answer to Is: Will you work within the American system to help It, or will you work outside of it and harm it?" He warned them to be wary of those who would work outside the system in the name of "social justice." Toni Tucker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tucker of rural Algona, was class valedictorian announced at the program. Awards and special recognition were made to the following: ' Religion award - Toni Tucker. English award - Toni Tucker. Mathematics award - Janet Erpelding. Foreign language award Kristine Plathe. Science award - Jean Owens , Homemaking . award - Linda Adams, t"" " •' "v' Perfect attendance awards Thomas Capesius and Kristine Plathe. Music diploma - Susan Bode. Business and Professional Women's club award - Anita Nurre. , Citizenship award, Kossuth Bar Ass'n - Raymond Erpelding and Janet Erpelding. Scholarships were announced for the following seniors: Whittemore Women's Club to St. Michael's parish student Zita Duffy. Briar Cliff College, $600 cumulative - Rosa Lee Illg. Soroptomist Club, $50, in field of science and math - Janet Erpelding. College of St. Teresa, academic achievement - Susan Bode, Ann Wilson and Therese Mullin. St. John's College, scholarship - Daniel Bray. sustained an estimated $150 damage, while a tractor driven by Charles Ricke, 16, Wesley, was not damaged when the two collided 3 1/2 miles east of Whittemore on McGregor street road at 6:15 p.m. Monday. Deputy Sheriff Larry Hudson investigated. Wini Scholarship Francis Lieb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, Route 2, Algona, has been awarded a scholarship from Aid Association for Lutherans, a fraternal life insurance society. He Is a junior at Concordia College, St. Paul. Lieb graduated from Sentral high school, Fenton. Golf Lessons AT THE Hillside Golf Club WESLEY, IOWA Private or Group CONTACT - VAL RUFFQ, PRO* for appointment! GREEN FEES $1-50 Weekdays $2.00 Sat., Sun., Holidays MEMBERSHIP* $48.00 Family $36.00 Single Telephone: Wefley 3951 (41 & 43) Hardy, Espe Get No-Hitter, Locals Win Steve Hardy and Craig Espe combined to hurl a no-hitter as the Algona Bulldogs opened their 1965 baseball season with a 5-0 victory at Britt Tuesday night. Hardy hurled the first four innings, and while not touched for a hit, was in trouble in the first and fourth, but managed to pitch his way out. Espe finished up, striking out eight in the final three frames. Hardy got the win, running his record to 10-0 for the past three seasons. Danny Gilmore led Coach Keith Christie's club at the plate, getting two hits. Tom Claude belted a double and Larry Scobba a single to account for the other two hits in the game. The locals committed one error. Algona counted single runs in the third, fourth and fifth inn- Ings and got a pair in the sixth to wrap up the win. Hardy and Espe allowed a total of five walks and struck out 13. Redmond, Funk Share Honors Stacy Redmond, hot Mason City modified stock car pilot, got the foot feed on his classy sedan fixed in time for the start of the feature, took an early lead, won handily and shared honors with Freddie Funk here Monday afternoon in a program of races , postponed from Friday night due^ :;&> the f we;a1tol:.VE&ctt,Won a pair 2 of races'. "•'•'• '--• • } The weekly program will be!,held this Friday - weather permitting. Largest field of vehicles so far this year was on hand Monday, with 21 modifieds and 14 hobby stocks in the pits. Fortunately, there were no accidents, and the only re-starts came as a result of minor spin- outs, It will be "PLAY BALL" for 323 little leaguers here, beginning June 14, according to an announcement from Art Olson, program director, and Miles Sloniker of the playground commission, who released rosters for 22 teams that will compete in four leagues. Here are the team rosters as announced during the past week: PEEWEE LEAGUE - Scott Dodds, Bill Bernardo, Jerry Buscher, Patrick Murphy, Michael Von Bank, Kyle Schattschneider, John Kunkel, David Zumach, Mark Jordon, Steve Schoby, Marlen Harris and Michael Iblings. Colts - Timothy Plaehn, Randy Skllling, Chuck Reding, Ricky Petersen, Ricky Ringsdorf, Eduardo Franco, Neal Friedrich, Steve Hutzell, Van Tielebein, Mark Harris and Gordon Schenck. AjJiletics - Lowell Graham, Bob Farrell, Patrick Esser, Kevin Knoer, Darrell Steven, Mickey Shipler, Stephen Ost- wlnkle, Mike McGinnis, Kirk Dahl, Tom Phillips and John Peterson. Red Sox - Lonny Carlson, Pat Cooper, Steven Harris, Tom Kolp, Jeff Koob, Patrick Rooney, Joe Straub, Joe Higgs, Tony Woods, Kurt Lytle, Jeff Merryman and James Trout. Astros - Tim McEnroe, David Shillington^ Mike Stangl, Dean Kern, Timmy Morz, Keith Robinson, Gregory Will, Timothy Samp, Roger Eller, Robbie Meine, Don Frankl and Jeff Stephenson. NATIONAL LEAGUE Dodgers - Rodney and Timmy Zittrltsch, John Robinson, Dwight Coleman, David Rike, Terry Bilyeu, Ernie Yungeberg^PhUllp Struthers, Donald ^Elbertj. Randy Faber, Billy Winter, Chuck Farrell, Bill Foth, Thomas Moe, Erman Hansen, Jeff Zeigler and Joey Bernardo. Reds - Darwin Dohlman, Kevin Hensley, Michael Lierley, Steven Farrell, Dan and Chet Black, Rlckie Welshaar, Elaine Meyer, Steven Schneider, Randall Bilyeu, Danny Arend, Dick Haag, Gary Walker, Howard Raney, Bill Go First Class! FOR RENT Winnebago Camping TRAILERS RESERVE NOW! ONLY A FIW LEFT I You Can Rent By The Week At A Nominal Cost. Trailers Art Fully Equipped, Ready To Hitch — or Hitches Available. Call 295*3372 CHUCK BEHR Standard Service State & Jones St. Algona, la, Smith and Kirk Will. Cards - Paul Martin, Kevin Ruhnke, Kris Meyer, Mark Kinsman, Harold Bestenlehner, Larry Groen, Brian Will, Tim Hill, Mike Koob, David Chrischilles, Dennis Peterson, Michael Sifert, Scott Olson, Callen Carson, Danny Ruhnke, John Pittman, Theodore Chrischilles and Mickey Anderson. Jjrjjyj^- Gary Helmers, Tim Lighter, Tom Kinseth, Randy Buscher, Michael Crowley,Mark McGuire, Mark Montag,TimMc- Guire, Gary Carman, James Cassel, Terry Buscher, Kevin Gardner, Rick McVay, Patrick Woods, Daniel Carlson, Gerald Davis, Jeff Miller and Ronald Chamberlain. pirates - Randy Stalzer, Greg- orj^Sn3erson, Bruce Briggs, Michael Bird, Ricky Weig, Adolfo Franco, Joel Sindelar, Tommy Easter, David Keigan, Mitchell Kleingartner, J. C. Kain, Jim Welp, Mark Miller, Roger Atherton, Tom Weig and Gary Keigan. Phillies - Jackie Schoby, Chuck Hix, Tom Carlson, Michael Burris, Robert Thompson, Nick Decker, Jeff Rich, Dennis Bilyeu, Raymond Faber, Thomas Kajewski, Allan Ulfers, Howie Clegg, Merril Friedrich, Doug Shillington, Darold Hammer and Stephen Goecke. AMERICAN LEAGUE White Sox. - Craig Erpelding, Michael Skilling, Bill Nugent, Joe Goecke, Rex Chally, Don Sindelar, Steve Armstrong, Thomas Muller, Bob Hansen, Randy Smith, Richard Bilyeu, Dale Miller, Stephen Skilling, Jim Hagg, Billy Weig and Lance Mueller. I 1 wins - Kermit Olson, Ricky Nielsen, Jim Sigsbee, Victor Si- lert, Michael Schneider, Randy Davis, Steve Kern, David Phillips, Timothy Rooney, Jeff Higgs, Tom Burt, Daryl Schlapia, Scott Buchanan, Mark Logan and Scott Voyles. Tigers - Dwight Thilges, Neil Leek, Ken Friedrich, Neal O'Brien, Dan Smith, Lynn Burns, Eugene Friedrich, Steven Bristow, Tom McEnroe, Tim McCarthy, Allan Taylor, Terry Alt, Dennis Payne, Mark Will, Craig Lemkee and Galen Friedrich. Indians - Jon Sjogren, Daniel Crowley, Bryan Murphy, Charles Cassel, Michael Woods, Bruce Johnson, Melvin Bruns, Richard Steinman, Gary Kunkel, Walter Bradley, Mike Cooper, Tim Lucey, Jimmy Simpson, Daniel Beisell, Mike Moulton and Jim Harris. Orioles - Frank Black, Mark Reilly, Philip McCarthy, Paul Carman, Joe Sires, Steve Fitzpatrick, Fred Struthers, Joseph Zittritsch, Matthew Reilly, Wayne Rentz, Danny Struecker, Douglas Allen, Dale Mittlieder, Ricci Frambach and Rex Post. Angels - Mark Nitchals, Joseph Courtney, Bob Stillman, Mike Putney, Alan Fett, Tom Krause, Eugene Hunt, Ronnie Eischen, Denis Mains, John Durant, Mark Elbert, LeRoy Pesicka, Ricky Kuhn, Dave Gatton, George Hix and Charles Mains. SENIOR LEAGUE Yankees - Steve Willrett, Steven Schultz, Rich Besch, Bob Davis, Wayne Pedersen, Christopher Reilly, Mike Devine, Mark Olson, Rick Post, Richard Petersen, Dale Briggs, Greg Allen, Ronald Heinen and Thomas Black. Senators - Craig Carson, Lanny Phillips, Gary Hagen, Neil Anderson, John Chrischilles, Randy Studer, Louis Weber, Bill Bray, Gerald Cink, Steve Chris- chilles, Ray Chamberlain, Tom and Larry Taylor. .Giants - David Leaneagh, Stephen and Michael Kajewski, Pat Elbert, Duane Hunt, Denny Petersen, Gary Gade, Jack Waller, Wayne Taylor, Michael McEnroe, Jerry Elbert, James Boudewyns, Ferris Fett and Ward Leek. Cubs - Mike Black, Pat Nugent, Bruce Marshall,. Carl Klatt, Robbie Claude, Russell Bird, Kim Sloniker, Steve Mueller, Sergio and Javier Febles, Todd Treganza, Dean and Dave Lowman. OTICE We Will Now Be Open Friday Evenings Until 8 P.M. Other days as usual — closed Saturdays Beginning June 4 for summer months I HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION ALGONA SINCE 1917 IOWA HOT WEATHER AHEAD / SPORT SHIRTS By McGregor and Campus — our finest selection of sports shirts In many seasons — tapered shirts for the young man as well as a fine group of traditional shirts. $2.98 to $5.98 Boys from $2.49 SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Van Heusen White and In Colors, Lightweight Short Sleeve Dress Shirt in Cool Cotton, or Cotton & Dacron. Sizes 14% to 17% $4.00 to $5.95 Masterbilt Cool Summer Slacks in wash 'n wear fabrics, or dacron & wool. For the slim, trim look while you keep cool. Be sure you see these. priced from' $8.95 SWIM TRUNKS Boys, Ypyng Men or Men are sure to find the style they like in these fine McGregor or Campus trunks. They have looks & "swim- ability." Men's — $3,98 up Boys — $3.49 up FATHERS DAY JUNE 20th BERMUDAS Plaids, stripes, plain colon — you name It, we've got 'em all. A sure way to keep cool and comfortable. Sizes 29 to 44. priced from $3.98 Boyi from $3.49 LEUTHOLD-mUAMS I ^ \^.^^^

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