The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 17, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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Universal Mfg, Hosts Ford Dealers From 3 States Pictured here are most of the 90 or so Ford dealers from Nebraska and northwestern Illinois, who were guests here last Friday of Universal Manufacturing Co., authorized motor and parts reconditioners for all Ford motor vehicles. They are all Ford dealers in their respective areas. Bulldogs Bow To Lakers Here; Season Mark 3-3 toured-the 1 Universal Mfgr- plant here and then adjourned to the Algona Country Club for lunch, followed by golf or bowling . Late in the afternoon they were guests at an open house, followed by dinner at the Country Club. This Friday, June 18, about 125 more Ford dealers are expected for a similar day's program, these men coming. from Iowa. The same general schedule will be followed this Friday. The group from the Omaha district came by chartered bus for the most part, with the Davenport area dealers driving in groups. Earl Lierley, manager, Pudge Miller, assistant manager, and Jim Boudewyns, sales manager of Universal, handled arrangements and arranged the program for the day's visit. Universal Manufacturing Co. serves an area that includes all of Iowa, most of Nebraska except the most western portion, and the northwest portion of Illinois. The firm maintains warehouses in Des Moines, Pepria and Omaha, with actual reconditioning done entirely in the Algona plant. (UDM fotos). Club Tour Union Boys 4-H held their club tour June 8. A pot-luck at noon was enjoyed by the large group at the civic center. Algona's injury-ridden Bulldogs lost their second North Central Conference game of the ..season-to- Clear .Lake,,5*-3, here Tuesday. Craig Espe handled the mound chores again as Steve Hardy remained on the injury list with damaged tendons in his right elbow. The Clear Lake contest saw the Bulldogs tie the Lions at 3- all in the sixth inning only to have the visitors bounce back with two game-winning runs in the seventh. Clear Lake out-hit Algona8-7. Seven Bulldogs singled, but Algona managed only single runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth frames. The Bulldogs are now 1-2 in the conference and 3-3 in all games. Box score: Algona Scobba, If Conn, rf Barr, rf Perkins, cf Espe, p Gilmore, c Meyer, 3b Teeter, ss Farnham, lb Claude, 2b In Democratic Post Donald Orton, son of Mrs. Clark Orton of Algona, was elected state secretary of the democratic party at a recent convention in Oregon. He teaches school at Cave Jet., Oregon. >M| * AB 4 2 2 3 2 3 3 2 2 3 26 R 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 3 H 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 7 Peewee League June 17 Red Sox vs. Astros June 21 Athletics vs. Mets National League June 17 Cardinals vs. Braves June 21 Pirates 'vs. Dodgers American League June 17 Angels vs. Twins June 21 Orioles vs. Tigers Senior League June 17 Cubs vs. Whittemore June 21 Senators vs. Yankees GIRL'S SOFTBALL Nj Ji ovice League une 17 Redbirds vs. Orioles June 21 Orioles vs. Canaries Junior League June 17 Bears vs. Hawks June 21 Gophers vs. Lions Senior League June 17 Rockets vs. Astronauts June 21 Astronauts vs.Bombers INVINCIBLE METAL' ITU- NITURE franchisee! dealer — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. •:•: Sunday, June 20, the congreg- •:•; atlon of Immanuel Lutheran •:•: church at Lotts Creek will ob- S serve the 90th anniversary of the :£ church with special services. S The present, tall-spired ed:•; ifice, has been a landmark since g 1898. The first church was des:•:': troyed by a tornado in 1882. The £: second church and school were :•: also victims of a tornado, f" :•:; 1896. $ The church was originally esl £ ablished by a group of settlei £ from Wisconsin, all Lutheran;. •:•: The first services were held; t •:•: the home of Frank Pompe, i •:•: name still familiar in the area •:•: Since then, members and famil •:•: ies trading originally to Lott •:•: Creek, have become residents o •:•: and members of congregation. 5 in Algona, Burt, Fairville, Fen•:•; ton, Whittemore and elsewhere •:•: In the services Sunday, Rev 6 A. F. Otto, a former pastor, wil •:•: speak at the 9:30 morning ser- Svice, and at 2 p.m. Rev. Ottc SGeisler, another former pastor, Swill deliver a sermon. Organisi gfor both programs will be George $ Wolter now of Waterloo, 111. •^former Lotts Creek organist.Th< Schoir, directed by M. P. Schor- :£mann, will participate in both £ services. Rev. Martin Peters, '•A and Rev. A. E. Vehling, res- xident pastor, will serve as lit- i'iurgists. ;•: Since 1875 a Christian day •:•: school has been maintained at :j:j Lotts Creek. William Schmiel :•:• was principal for 48 years, succ- :|i| eeded by several other teachers :£ through the years. :•:• Present officers of the con:•:• gregation are Robert Fuerstenau, :•:• president; Richard Kuecker, sec:•:• retary; Eugene Vaudt, treasurer. :•:• The church has 224 communi- :•:• cant members, 48 children in gthe day school, 34 In Sunday :•:• school. Through the years there ghave been 1,204 baptisms in the •i|: church. ';':•; The oldest living member of £:the congregation is Mrs. Emma •:•: Reisner, age 90, who is living •j-with her son, Noah Reisner. •:• Youngest member is Michael tfTietz, two months. Charlie's Thursday, June 17, 196* Algona, (la.) Upper De* MoirtM-9 Lotts Creek Church Observes 90th Anniversary On June 20 The current members of the ladles aid of Lotts Creek Immamiel Lutheran church are pictured above, as follows: Patty Rusch, Caroline Luedtke, Ruby Wolter, Esther Hlntz, Gladys Fuerstenau, Frieda Lieb, Edna Wichtendahl, Lora Pijahn, Viola Wichtendahl, Ann Wllrett, Ellma Bierle, Ann Laabs, Hilda Bolllnger, Erna Schuller and Anita Vehling. Helen Schormann, Joanne Hackbarth, Ruth Potratz, Darlene Bolllnger, Edna Meyer, Genelle Kuecker, Gladys Kading, Luella Pompe, Helen Gross, Ann Radig, Cecilia Kressln, Dorothy Opheim, Christina Seegebarth, Delores Boettcher, Caroline Kressln. Emma Radig, Tillie Reisner, Alvina Gengler, Rose Krause, Sophia Wichtendahl, Betty Pompe. Not pictured are Caroline Vaudt, Delores Long, Ida Kuecker, Mollle Kressin and Emma Reisner. The 1965 church council of Immanuel Lutheran, Lotts Creek, is pictured above: Back row, left to right - Harold Wolter, Gerald Kuecker, Herbert Hackbarth, Orville Kressin, Leonard Pompe. Middle row - Roger Long, Wayne Boettcher, Ervin Wetzel, M. P. Schormann, A. E. Vehling, Albert Meyer and Wendell Rusch. Front row - Donald Radig, Richard Kuecker, Robert Fuerstenau, Raymond Laabs, William Kading and Eugene Vaudt. REV. VEHLING M. P. SCHORMANN On Dean's List Miss Mary Lucey, daughter of Mrs. Robert E. Lucey, has been named to the Dean's List for the second semester of the 196465 academic year of the College of St. Catherine. Miss Lucey, a freshman, is in the upper 10 percent of her class. Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA . . . at its best with "Quality You Can Taste" ANDERSON ERICKSON DAIRY PRODUCTS At Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market Anderson-Erickson Dairy Co. HARRISON'S PLASTIC HOUSEWARES JAMBOREE TWIN SINK SIZE DISHPAN 66 REG. 98c Assorted Colors Supper Club Dining Room Hours: 5;30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. MONDAY thru FRIDAY 5:30 p. m. to MIDNITE Saturday Only COCrOlloiGE OPEN DAILY FROM 5:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. LIVE ENTERTAINMENT WED, THUR, SAT, ClOSID SUNDAY ^^^ OTICE Due to increased pedestrian and bicycle traffic near the old Athletic Park and wading pool on East State street, the following safety precaution has been taken: A green crosswalk has been painted at the intersection of State and Phillips st eets — and children and parents alike are urged to cross State street at the green marked crosswalk ONLY! According to Iowa Motor Vehicle Laws, 321.327 states: Pedestrians light of way — where traffic-control signals are not in place or in operation the driver of a vehicle shall yield the right of way, slowing down or stopping if need be to so yield, to a pedestrian crossing the roadway within any marked crosswalk or within any unmarked crosswalk at an intersection! $/ *"•.., If pedestrians and drivers alike will obey this law, using the newly- painted green crosswalk, better safety practices will be assured. Mayor William J. Finn CITY OF AIGONA ^••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••iii 5QT. PAIL Heavyweight Metal Handle 24 REG. 39c Asstd. Colors HEAVYWEIGHT DRAINBOARD 77' Assorted Colors REG. $1.29 10 QT. PAIL Heavyweight Metal Handle 54 REG. 79c Asstd. Colors 16 QT. PAIL Heavyweight Metal Handle Asstd. Colors REG. $1.49 RECTANGULAR LAUNDRY BASKETS 1.57 LARGE SIZE - HEAVY DUTY Assorted Colors REG. $2.49 GIANT 15 GAL. WASTE BASKET Assorted Colors m + m m REG. $2.98 JUMBO 46 QT. WASTE BASKET Assorted Colors 99 REG. $1.49 prisons

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