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AHS Edges E-Grove To Run Season Mark To 2-0 Algona's Bulldogs racked up their second straight win without defeat, a 4-1 conquest at Eagle Grove In a North Central Conference game Tuesday evening. Steve Hardy and Craig Espe, who also combined to hurl the locals past Britt in the season opener, got together again to share the pitching assignment. Hardy worked until he got into trouble in the sixth and the little lefthander finished up. Algona counted a run in the first on an error and double by Skip Perkins, added two runs in the fifth on a pair of walks and singles by Gary Barr and Perkins and got the final counter in the sixth on a hit batsman, double by Meyer and a sacrifice. The Eagles got their only tally in the sixth on a pair of walks and two singles. The losers wound up with six hits, while Algona registered five. Hardy and Espe whiffed eight andChristensenandNotest- ine struck out 10 Bulldogs pitching for the Eagles. Perkins got three of Algona's blows, with Brauman andChrist- ensen each notching a pair for the Eagles. Coach Keith Christie's club traveled to LuVerne Wednesday and will go to Hampton Friday, before hosting West Bend here next Monday evening. Hire New Band Director For Titonka School TITONKA - Richard E. Koehler has been hired as band director for the coming school year. He is a graduate of Wartburg college • and is here for the summer to direct an eight-week summer band program. - o An open house was held for Robert Lang Sunday for relatives and friends. This was in observance of Mr. Lang's having completed 20 years of driving a school bus for this community. Vacation Bible School began this week at Good Hope Lutheran church, with 75 pupils attending. They will meet for two , weeks with class.es in the jnorjH., ings only.v People teaching this year are Virginia Stecker, Marilyn Boekelman, Myrna Hike, Cynthia Rakow, Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs. LeRoy Jorgensen, Linda Fritz, Mrs. Mark Iverson, Dorothy Brandt, Phyllis Sachau, Mrs. Henry Stecker, Mrs. Lowell Bentley, Mrs. Bob H. Spear, Mrs. Kenneth Beal, Mrs. William Tjaden, Reverend and Mrs. A. F. Gerstmann. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beed and family are on two week's vacation at Albuquerque, N. M. W. J. Anderson of St. Louis Park, Minn, spent from Saturday through Monday with his mother, Mrs. Tanna Anderson, at his sister's home. He also visited relatives in Ft. Dodge. Kent Buffington of Forest City and student at Ames, called at his grandmother's, Mrs. Mary Budlong' s Saturday. He left Monday for Ames, from where he will leave for a six-week agro- omy tour, taking in several south and west states. Dr. John Lesiak is on his annual vacation during the month of June. He is visiting his parents in Massachusetts and will also attend the A. M. A. Convention in New York. Frank Fisher is at home after a sojourn in Mercy hospital, Mason City, following surgery. Bible School classes met at Titonka Methodist church Monday and will be held each day through Friday, from 8:30 to 2:30, Teachers are Mrs. Eugene Rasmussen, Mrs. Edward Harms, Mrs. Louis Hansen, Diane Moore, Jane Buffington, Jeanne Gingrich, Rev. Rasmussen, Mrs. Robert Boekelman, Mrs, Lester Eden, Janice Larsen, Sharon Eden and Judy Isebrand. Dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Mary Budlong Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Jones of Swea City, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Gartner and Mrs, Don Budlong and family. Callers in the afternoon were Mrs, Mildred Harrington of Minneapolis, Mrs. Alfred Schenck of Algona and Mr. and Mrs, Horace Schenck of Harlan. Mr. ajid Mrs. George Uken are parents of a son, Gene Ed* ward, born May 31 at Hancock Memorial hospital. He weighed ten pounds, one ounce, Memorial gifts were dedicated at Titonka Methodist church Sunday morning in memory of Gerald Huber, Dwight Huff, Pr. H, I. Torgerson, Joseph Kline, Miller Nelson, Clayton whalen ajjd W, J, Denton, Algona Girl Engaged; To Tour Europe MARILYN SIMPSON Mr, and Mrs. Willard Gregson announce the engagement of Marilyn Simpson, daughter of Mrs. Gregson and the late Melbourne 0. Simpson, to Marvin Loebach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Loebach of Whittemore. The wedding will take place at St. Cecelia's church in October. Marilyn graduated with a B. A. degree in 1963 from Buena Vista College. Her fiance Is employed by Weidenhoff Corporation. Marilyn, an instructor of grades 5 through 12 in physical education at Belmond for two years, left June 9 on a trip to Europe. She will board the English ship "Car mania" to proceed to Liverpool. As a member of "A*merlcatt Youth Abroad", with headquarters in Minneapolis, she will tour 13 countries. They will include England, Scotland, Scandinavia, Holland, Germany, Switzerland! Llchtensteln, Austria, Italy, France and San Marino. She will return by jet plane from Paris to New York August 11 and will then fly to Des Moines. Also making the tour will be Karen Seller, daughter'of Mrs. Elizabeth Seller ofSexton. ^**IA» Marilyn has signed a contract to teach in Belmond next fall. Discuss Boost In Telephone Rates At Burl The Burt Town Council Mon- iay night received a schedule of proposed new telephone rates submitted by the Burt Telephone Company. , . The council is to review the rates, which the telephone company wnats to put into effect about Sept. 1, or at the time the new dial system is put into use. A report from the State Hygienic laboratory indicated that the town water supply is satisfactory. There was considerable discussion on spraying the town for mosquitoes. The council decided that an announcement will be made prior to spraying and anyone not wanting property sprayed is to notify the mayor. Mode-O-Day Shop Here Is Sold Wednesday Mrs. Josephine Ruark became owner of the Mode-O-Day Frock Shop here June 9 when she purchased it from Vivian Kuhn, who had operated the firm since it opened for business. Mrs, Ruark has been a resident of Algona for the past nine years, Her husband is manager of the Bituminous Materials Co. here. She plans to hold a grand opening at the store in the near future. Young Cylinder Man Is Killed The Cylinder area was shocked to learn of the death of Darrell Meier, 29, son of Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Meier of Cylinder, in a truck collision early Sunday near Rushmore, Minn, Darrell was a representative for AUis<rChal- mers inS.W. Minnesota, and was transporting some exhibited machinery back to area dealers, Besides his parents at Cylinder, a brother Harlan also survives, and a sister, Mrs, Kenneth Churchill, the latter of Fort Dodge, as well as bis widow and a three-year old son. Funeral services were to be held today at Worthing, Minn. wiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinwiiffliiiiiiiiiniiiiffliiiiiiiwiiiiiiniiiiiiiini OTTOSEN By MM. Donald Ushftr iitiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klemme and Susan of New Providence were recent guests at the Allan Wehrspanns. Other Sunday night pot luck supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jacobson and family and Arlan Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Olson attended a family gathering at the Dale Hested home at Lohr- vllle Sunday and they also visited at the Robert Hested home at Lanesboro. Sunday dinner guests at the Knut Oppedahl home following Roger's confirmation at the Lutheran church were Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee and family of Stratford, James Oppedahl of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and family. Dinner guests at the Ivan Evenson home following Jeanette's confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Henrilson and LuAnn of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ellingson and Mr. and Mrs. James Goetz and family of Buffalo Center and Theodore Evanson of Algona. Sunday dinner guests at the Richard Kinseth's In honor of Craig Klnseths, Michael and David Loos' confirmation were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Loos and family of Bradgate, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and Rev. and Mrs. Robert J. Le Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle and Esther Opheim of Bode attended confirmation services Sunday at the Lutheran church at LuVerne. A granddaughter of the Coyle's, Michele Coyle was In the class. They were also dinner guests at the Bernard Coyle home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson and family attended confirmation services at Osage Sunday. Mrs. Peterson's brother, Robert, was In the class. The Petersenswere dinner guests at the Bud Alke home at Osage and enroute home visited at the Con Nissen home at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher, Ruth and Sara also attended confirmation services at Osage.Mr. Usher's grand niece, Cecelia Jensen, was confirmed. They were dinner guests attheClar- ""ence" Jensen home. "'"' " Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Olson and three daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the Omer Lillevik home at Emmetsburg following John Lillevik's confirmation. Mr. and Mrs. Erling Mallmin spent the weekend at the Harold Guderian home at Lowry, Minn. Sunday they attended confirmation. Dennis Guderian was In the class. Five women who teach at the Twin Rivers schools will travel together to Emmetsburg beginning Monday to take an extension course through Drake University. They are Mrs. Mike Frohling, Mrs. Robert Croker, Mrs. Clifford Holland, Mrs. Jim Christiansen and Mrs. Conrad Johnson. There are also other Twin Rivers teachers taking summer courses. James Oppedahl is employed this summerly the Wright Tree Service of Des Moines. Lenhard Holden returned home Saturday from Lutheran hospital after being there 16 days. Mr. and Mrs. Les Carlson and Sonja went to Chicago Monday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carlson, for a , week. Guests at the Earl Olson home this week were Merle Halsrud, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enockson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjamin and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson of Bradgate. Sunday the Marlyn Pflibsen family of Bode brought a pot luck dinner which they all enjoyed at the Earl Olson home. Pvt. 1C Roger Wehrspann came home Tuesday on an 8-day furlough from Ft. Polk, La, He will report back there. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wehrs- pann, Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Haug and Calvin took Dwayne to Boys State at Camp Dodge Sunday. Ex-Resident Of LuVerne Dies Funeral rites for Herman T. Lau, 92, of Ada, Minn., a former longtime resident of LuVerne, will be held Thursday at Ada', Burial will be in a cemetery there. Mr, Lau died Sunday at his home, Besides his wife he is survived by four sons and two (laughters; two half brothers, Charles and Max Lau, both of Humboldt, and three half-sis* ters, Mrs, Clara Wolf ana Mrs. Edward Ramus, both of LuVerne, and Mrs. Lizzie Bommel, Fulton, Mo. Bears Defeat W-Bend 1H Season Opener Garrigan won its first game of the summer season 13-3 at West Bend Tuesday night. Coach Pat Daugherty's Bears rapped out 12 hits off three West Bend hurlers, including seven in a nine-run sixth inning. Garrigan led only 4-3 going into that frame. Denny Long tripled to start the eruption. An error and singles by Dick Salz and Chuck Geilenfeld brought in 3 runs. Then a walk, two errors and single by Bill Reding preceded Long's second triple of the inning and a home run by Chuck Becker. West Bend collected 7 hits, with D wight Jackson getting three in four trips to the plate and Jim Huskins two. daughter, born May 29. She weighed 7 Ibs. and has teen named Pamela Joan. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Ward, Sexton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Gerber, Algona. Great- grandparents are Mrs. Nellie Weir, Colo; Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Ward, Nevada; Mr. and Mrs. W. w. Gillespie, Algona; and Mr. and Mrs. John Gerber. Retail Bureau There will be a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce retail bureau of Algona at 9:15 a. m., today, Thursday, Council Minutts AB R 3 4 4 3 5 5 1 5 5 5 _4_ 37 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 13 AB 4 4 4 4 3 4 2 3 1 29 R 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 T H 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 0 12 H 0 2 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 GARRIGAN Long Becker Salz Geilenfeld Bleich Reding Muller J. Becker Milder WEST BEND Wirtz Huskins Jackson Dodd Blair J. Blever T. Blever Dahlhauser Barber Three Teachers Hired Locally For Next Year The Algona Community School District board of education, during a regular session June 1, approved three teaching contracts to fill vacancies In the faulty for the 1965-66 school year. Contracts were authorized for Ruth Kuyper, Pella, art and English; Eunice Peters, LeMars, elementary vocal; and David Lindholm, Livonia, Mich., junior . high English. Vacancies remain in intermediate grades, junior-senior high vocal and instrumental and junior high English. . An architect was also interviewed in connection wlthaposs- ible building expansion program here within the next few years. Shower Honors A miscellaneous shower will be held for Mrs. Curtlss Riedel the former Pam Griffin, Saturday evening, June 12, at 8 p. m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors in Ringsted. Friends and relatives are invited. First Child Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gerber are parents of their first child, a COUNCIL MINUTES The City Council met May 26, 1965 with Mayor Finn and the following Council memVers present: Muckey, Andreasen, Elbert, Cook, Baldus & Pierce. Minutes of last meetings were approved. Resol. approving the notice of public hearing on proposed plans & specs., form of contract and the taking of bids for the construction of storm sewer Improvement was adopted. The Fire Chief was authorized to take the new fire truck to the Annual Fire Meeting at Ames, la. This request was asked by the company building the body for the truck. The request from Bancroft, Itu for the hire of the cities street sweeper was denied. Burton Harmeswasreappoint- ed to the Utilities Board. Ord. 443 was adopted which is changing the date when dog licenses are due from Jan. 1 to July 1. Mayor was instructed to issue a notice requiring all dogs to be confined for one week June 6th thru June 12th. Resol. for the transfer of dead funds with the Debt Service Fund was adopted. Letter of resignation from Everett N. Baldus, Councilman- at-Large, was read and deferred until the next council meeting for action. Moved & seconded that the meeting ad], D. A. Smith, City Clerk GENERAL Finn, Salary 112.50 Smith, Salary........ 234.36 .Sands, Salary 118.78 .la. State Bank, c Whold. Tax 43.90 jA. Adams, Refund 25.00 t W. Finn, Expenses . . v . . ....,'..'.'." 24.50 ,Leagues of Municipalities, , [Pues 191.00 .Northwestern Bell, Telephone 32.19 NW Checkwriter Exchange, Repairs 54.85 David Smith, Expenses 52.00 STREET Burtls, Salary 150.16 Frambach, Salary 138.40 Helmers, Salary 138.21 Lashbrook, Salary 187.59 Pergande, Salary 179.49 Prew, Salary 157.96 Wibben, Salary 134.31 la. State Bank, Whold. Tax 98.40 What does LP-Gas do for the Dairy Farmer? Well, son, because it Is a wonderful and portable source of energy for use wherever heat and power are required, it helps your dad do jobs like these economically and with less effort. • Heat Water for Milking Parlors and Stock Tanks • Drying Hay • Heating Barns • Lighting Farms t Operating Milk Can Sterilizers, Trucks, Tractors, and Stationary Engines Because it is liquified gas, it is delivered as needed in bulk or in tanks, for uninterrupted dependable safe service on (he Farm and also m the Farm Home. We take tnis occasion to pay tribute to the Dairy Farmers of this area and to assure all that we are at Your Service. Thermogas of ALGONA So. Phillips - Algona, Iowa Rlcklefs-Geelan, Insurance 7.06 Brown Supply, Links 16.07 Chemoo Co., Solvent 54.00 Everds Bros., Machine Hire 1,222.00 Northwestern Bell, Telephone 18.15 Sunray DX Oil Co., Supplies 78.25 United Bldg. Centers, Supplies 10.60 JtOAD USE TAX H. E. Ahlman, Asphalt 264.05 Glbbs-Cook, Repairs 107.14 K & W Farm Service, Gasoline 252.41 Sleg Co., Screwdriver 79 PIMLIC SAFETY Boekelman, Salary 226.91 Gerdes, Salary 147.33 Bulten, Salary 170.68 Hutchison, Salary ...... 171.31 Jorgenson, Salary 182.18 Rasmussen, Salary 161.56 Elbert, Salary 34.07 Volgt, Salary 161.25 Wllley, Salary 15.00 la. State Bank, Thuriday, Jun* 10, 1965 Algona. (| a .) Upper D«« MaJnM-13 Wholdlng Tax 105.90 Trust & Agency, Pension 13.94 A. Boekelman, Expenses 83.00 K & W Farm Service, Gasoline 107.60 Sleg Co., Switches 1.30 Northwestern Bell, Telephone 25.46 Algona Fire Dept., Services 1,055.00 C. Ventelcher, Supplies 5.85 United Bldg. Centers, Lumber 19.96 Ralph Elbert, Services 23.00 Continental Oil, Gas 6.87 .SANITATION Leeck, Salary 176.17 Courtney, Salary 92.87 la. State Bank, Wholdlng Tax 13.30 Northwestern Bell, Telephone 10.50 United Bldg. Centers, Wood Lath 2.26 SEWER RENTAL Lemkee, Salary 200.50 Gronbach, Salary 147.76 Security State Bank, Interest ............ 22.50 Northwestern Bell, Telephone . . . f ...... 11.85 la. State Bank, Whold. Tax ......... 20.00 RECREATION Boldrldge, Salary ...... 97.02 la. State Bank, Whold. Tax .......... 3.60 Cowan Corp., Supplies ........... 17.96 la. State Bank, Interest ............ 31.00 la. State Bank, Interest ............ 417.50 la. State Bank, Interest ........... 77.50 PARKING METER Groen, Salary 197.17 Nauholz, Salary 51.26 la. State Bank, Whold. Tax 28.90 Trust & Agency, Pension 2.28 M. Todd & Co., Signs 30.59 United Bldg. Centers, Lumber 3.63 People LIKE THE UPPER DES MOINES They Like The Fine Pictures Produced By The Offset Printing Process, The Complete & Accurate News Coverage, & The Reliable & Friendly Advertising Messages They Receive. AND OF COURSE THEY NATURALLY LIKE A SUBSCRIPTION PRICE OF ONLY $4 A YEAR I (If* ONE THINO That Hain't Gone Up In Price) Thank You! to the 292 Families who PAID their Subscriptions in May, and to the 142 Families who became NEW SUBSCRIBERS, as follows: from Algona, 41 from Armstrong, 10 from Bode, 4 from Bancroft, 10 from Buffalo Center, from Burt, 8 from Cor with, 2 from Cylinder. 4 from Fen ton, 1 from Irvington, Z from Whittemore, 3 from West Bend, 1 from Wesley, 1 from Titonka, 4 from Swea City, 5 from Liver more, 4 — from Rodman, 1 — from Sexton, 1 — from Ringsted, 4 — from LuVerne, 6 — from Lone Rock, 6 — from Lakota, 3 — from Ledyard, 4 — Foreign, 13 SPYING K05SUTH COUNTY FOR 100 YEAR!

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