The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 8, 1965 · Page 11
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1965 Algona High Baseball Squad Pictured above is the 1965 Algona high school baseball team The eight players in the first row and Gary Barr in the second row were starters in the Clarion game which followed the picture-taking session. First row - Mark Conn (rf), Skip Perkins (cf), Dan Gilmore (c), Larry Scobba (p), Tom Claude (3bX Dale Teeter (2bl Roger Meyer (as), and Bill Farnham (Ib). Second row - Craig Espe (p), Gary Barr (If), Roger Barr (2b), Bill Boldridge (cf), Richard Feaster, Don Haase, Bob Farnham (3b), and Dennis Breidert (3b). Pitcher Steve Hardy and outfielder Dave Martin are not pictured. LuVerne E-U-B Sunday School Picnic July 11 LUVERNE - The pulpit of the Evangelical United Brethren church was occupied by Riley Boone, a student preparing for the ministry. Mr. and Mrs. 'Boone are at home at the parsonage of the local church in LuVerne. He will do supply work in churches in this area this summer. Mrs. Boone, who has been teaching in Pittsburg, Penn., joined him here Saturday. The pastor of the Lu- Verne church, the Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Hlndman, are on vacation for some weeks. The Sunday School picnic was postponed and will be held July 11. * * * Block, Mrs. Julia mother, Mrs. Margaret Schwab visited with their neighbor, Miss Emma Marty on her 79th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ramus spent Sunday in Des Moines visiting his father, Arthur Ramus, and sisters living there. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fuoss, Whittemore, visited with friends, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt. Ronald Zwiefel, Elmhurst, HI., and employed at O'Hare Field was a weekend visitor with his mother, Mrs. Laura Zwiefel. He came to be best man at the wedding of a friend, Dale Larimer on Saturday at Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. John Camelin of Corwith and Mr. and Mrs. Verne Evans of Algona were afternoon visitors of the Ralph Davidsons. They came to attend the open house of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kubly on their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rugg and Larry Joe of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner guests of his mother, Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner and girls. Mrs. Audrey Baumgartner and daughters, Linda, Cindy and Vicky have returned from a vacation trip visiting the Ozarks. They also attended the graduation of her son-in-law, Larry Hedberg, June 17, from the South Illinois University in Carbondale, m. Mr. and Mrs, Don Marty and children were at Lake Okoboji over the weekend. Quests of Mrs. Lucinda Stone recently were her nephew, Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Messerer of Cedar Falls. Mrs. Harlan. Helm and girls of Greene have been visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Albert • Hefti and sister, the Ed Elbert family. gteorge Studer was a medical patient in Mercy hospital at Ft. Dodge several days. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyer, Becky and David of Waukee visited recently with her sister and mother, the James Mallorys and Mrs. Alma Madden. Mr. and Mrs. Boyer went to spend a few days in Minneapolis, Minn, The children stayed here, A Schnetzer family picnic was held in the Renwick park and guests were Sgt, and Mrs, Earl Schoetzer family of Billings, Mont., visiting here, his brothers, the Qeorge Schnetzer tatty, LuVarni, the Elmer Schnetzer family, Renwick and their sister, Mr. audMrs, C.I.Mort- imer, their daughter, the Leonard Ljeer ferajly of Corwith. Mrs, Pon Ramus and children of Des Moines called in the home of his brother, the Gerald Ramus family. She was enroute to visit' her parents at Sanborn, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf spent several days in Chicago with their son, the Jerry Hardcopf family. It was also a visit to the new home of their son. The trip was made by airplane from Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Satreand son of Rockford, Illinois, visited in LuVerne and attended the funeral of Mrs. Paul Blumer. Mrs. Satre, formerly Esther , Fritzemeier, is the daughter of ' the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Fritzemeier. Mrs. Satre visited her farm north of LuVerne occupied by the Milton Wilheim family. | - - in Mr, and Mrs. C.R.Kremenack- of Newell and Mrs. Isabell Hughes of Linn Grove visited their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk. Mrs. Hughes remained for a longer visit. Mr. Shirk is convalescing at his home after hospitalization at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, four weeks with a heart condition. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner, their daughter, Mrs. Wayne Sanford, her daughter, Miss Connie Sanford, went recently to Rochester, Minn, and were Joined there by their daughter, Mrs. Durwood Burtis and daughter, Miss Peggy Lee Burtis of Augusta, Wise. They went to bring Peggy here for tier vacation visit. Two Wesley Hi Reunions In Past Week WESLEY - The class of 1944 of Wesley high school held a reunion at Charlie's Supper Club, Algona, Saturday evening, June 26. Those who attended were Robert Diekmans, Algona; Joseph Eisenbachers, Wesley; Paul Riggs*, Davenport; Floyd Byrnes' (Catherine Schrauth), Moreland, la.; Dick Mays' (Alice Youngwirth) LuVerne; BudKem- nas (Aria Jean Yegge) Plymouth; Mrs. Robert Genung (Shirley Hansen), New River, N. C.; S/M Sgt, and Mrs, Hubert Bowman (Mary Lee Erdman), Warm Springs, Ga.; Pat Rasmussens, Wesley. Those unable to att«nd were Irving Aine, Lowell fird- man, Joe Johnson and Kathleen Neuroth. The class of 1946 of Wesley high also held a reunion and dinner party Thursday evening, June 24 at an Algona Supper Club. Nine of the original 14 members were present with their wives and husbands. They were Donovan 'Studers, Dale Dornbiers, Anon Larsons, Martin Hamiltons (Bernadine Johnson), Bill Goetze's and Anna Mae Hirner of Wesley, Ronald Yegges of Buffalo Center, Bill Laubenthals (Bernice Johnson), Algona; and the Harold Wolfes (Patty Erdman), of Anaheim, Cal, Those unable to attend were Jack Hansens of Des Moines; Duane Studers of Long Beach, Cal,, Burrell Leases of New York City, Jerry Lickteigs of Springfield, fll., and Avery Mullins of Spring Valley, Nebr. innunimuuMiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' Fenton Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman and girls camped at Horseshoe Lake near Waterville, Minnesota over the weekend, and also visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Schmidtke of Morristown. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn were Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hantelman and sons of Mankato, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hantelman and daughters of Waverly. Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hurlburt were Mr. and Mrs. Hurt Seely and family and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke and family, all-of Whittemore. Idr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Wayne spent the Fourth of July weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stucki in Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Borchardt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bruhn and family, and Mr. and Mrs. James Meyer and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and Susan of Marshalltown visited Tuesday with friends and relatives in Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall vwere- : hdst&' Monday for a potf luck Fourth of July picnic. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Art Voigt and grandchildren Richard and Venita Voigt of Gross City, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Underwood and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Rusch and Margo. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family of Boone. Tuesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mueller in honor of Nick's fourteenth birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kern and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford' Douglas and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Voigt and family, and Mrs. Edna Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bierstedt and girls were Fourth of July guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mueller. Guests at a picnic dinner on the Fourth of July at the Ray Priebe home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Schmidt and Brent of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schmidt and Ricky of Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Priebe and boys. A Monday picnic dinner was held at the Albert Mitchells, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Skaar, Harold and Burnett of Primghar, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Baustain and Alice Skaar of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood and family of Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, and Duane Mehling of Cylinder as guests. Mrs. Arnold Haller and Jerry of Marble Rock were guests Monday through Wednesday at the Morris Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell were Fourth of July weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Davidson in Charles City. Local Bidder Low On Sewer Project Here Four bids were received for a sewer project at Wednesday night meeting of the Algona city council. Low bid, which was accepted, was presented by Reding Gravel and Excavating of Algona, for $11,975.50. Other bids included John T. McGuire and company of Algona, $14,949.77; Fairbanks Excavating of Algona, $12,3)1; and A. J. Greiner of Garner, $12,638.05. Class B beer licenses were issued to the Colony Inn, the Algona Hotel Corp. and the Smoke Shop. Liquor licenses were issued to the Algona Hotel Corp., Colony Inn., Moose Lodge and the V.F.W. Twenty-seven cigarette licenses were issued. A letter was read from the Iowa Inspection Bureau, stating that they had accepted the tests on the new fire truck and that the city would be able to maintain the present rate of fire insurance. Action was taken on a quitclaim deed on an alley between properties on North and Lucas streets. This was the result of a request for purchase by Elmer Walter and Harold and Jeanette Peters, each to purchase one- half of, the, alley adjacent to their property. " A letter of thanks from the board of Snap-On Tools was read in appreciation for the hospitality of the city during their recent visit to Algona. A petition, with about 150 signatures, was read in regard to SPAT television. Mayor William Finn appointed Ken Peirce, chairman, and Stan Muckey and Sheridan Cook as a committee to investigate SPAT and other forms of television communication to Algona. Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Vernbn Bunkofske, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nelson, Sacramento, Cal., will celebrate their 25th anniversaries with an open house at the VFW hall here July 11, from 2 to 5 p. m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. No invitations are being sent. Algona Girl Tops Field •^ B Tl """" y ' J "' y "' " ts A '°° n °' "°'' U °"" D " Dawn Peterson, 10 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Peterson of Algona, took top honors in the Midwestern Field Archery Association Sectional Championships held at Coon Rapids, Minn., June 19 and 20. Dawn received a gold medal, a plaque, and a pin for her performance. She was competing with 250 participants from 7 states. Dawn followed up her sectional triumph with another fine showing at the 4th of July League shoot at Jefferson, Iowa. She recorded the highest score in the cub and junior divisions to earn another first place trophy. In the past she has won trophies at Mason City, Waverly, Kensett and Charles City. Dawn's parents plan to enter her in the Minnesota and Iowa State Shoots in coming months. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Fine of $100 For Minor's Beer Possession Activity in Mayor Bill Finn's court during the Fourth of July weekend resulted in eight cases heard. Four men, John E. Nolte, Peoria, 111., Richard G. Arnold and James M. Studer, Mallard, and Virgil E. Lyon, Curlew, each were fined $10 and costs for drinking beer on a public highway. A West Bend minor was fined the same amount for consumption of liquor on a public highway. In the first case of its kind here since a new law went into effect July.l, Ivan G. Burtis, Algona, was fined $100 and costs (with $50 suspended) for possession of beer by a minor. • Dennis- H. Tipple, Fenton, and E. Hutchins, Algona, were fined $25 and costs each in the other court cases. There were no reports here of damage to property, despite considerable in other parts of the state. , Mrs. Fogarty Rites Monday At Whittemore Funeral services for Mrs. William Fogarty, 70, of near Rodman, were held Monday morning at St. Michael's church. Whittemore, with the Rev. Philip Dailey officiating. Burial was in the parish cemetery. Mrs. Fogarty, who husband is a former Palo Alto county supervisor, died suddenly at her farm home Saturday, presumably from a heart attack. Besides her husband she is survived by seven children, including Dan Fogarty of Cylinder, Keyron of Rodman, Terrance of Emmetsburg, Martin of Chicago, Mrs. Donald Rosacker of Ayrshire, Mrs. Wayne Laustere and Mrs. Jack Fox, both of Omaha. Three brothers, Joe and Bill Neary, Emmetsburg; John Neary of Underwood, N. D., and three sisters, Mrs. Nellie O'Brien, Mrs. Eugene Murphy and Mrs. Henry Bartosh, all of Emmetsburg, also survive. INVINCIBLE METAL FUR. NITURE franchlsed dealer — Upper Des Moincs Pub. Co. Prepare Bond Issue Petition, Wesley School Replacement IN THE DISTRICT COURT' OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8730 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JennieE.Gutknecht, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 6th day of July, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 18th day of April, 1963, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed) or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 6th day of July, 1965. Roland B. Smith, Jr. Executor of Said Estate Lakota, Iowa Linnan, Lynch & Straub Attorney (s) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 13th day of July, 1965. (50-51) NOTICE OF BOND SALE Sealed bids will be received at the office of the Town Clerk of Wesley, Iowa, until 7:30 o'clock p. m., C. D. S. T. on the WESLEY - The citizens committee appointed by the Corwith-Wesley Community School Board met on Wednesday, June 30, to discuss the petition for a forthcoming school bond election to build a replacement school for the one destroyed recently by fire in Wesley, The committee's function is to help inform the voters of the school district on the boards future building plans. The exact size of the proposed bond issue was being studied, but is expected to be about $200,000. The committee members are; Corwith-Thurman Gaskill, Ben Widen, Orville Andersen, Charpel Hauswirth, Mrs. Oral McCullough, Mrs. Elwood Geary, and George Guenther, Wesley - Dave Klein, Mrs. Arvin Larson, George Detmering, Mrs. Robert Jongewaard, Louis Simpson, Forrest Rasmussen, and Robert Klyn. The petition they will be circulating must be signed by at least 25% of those voting at the last election of school election for school officials, The purpose of the petition is to authorize the Board of Education to call an election for the bonds necessary to build additions to our build- Ing to bouse our educational program. The petition does not commit the patrons of the school dis- trict to any particular program; it merely asks that a bond election be held for the purposes so stated. After receiving the petition the president of the board will call a meeting of the board who shall in turn set the time and place of the election. The notice of the election will be published once each week for four weeks in the local newspapers. The bond election will be held not less than five days or more than twenty days after the last publications of notice. A bond election for school buildings must be approved by at least 60% of the votes cast. With the situation left by our recent fire it is hoped the public will give serious consideration to th? need for facilities to adequately house our pupils. WIRING Connected «r Corrected ELECTRIC "JIM UTT" UTT Phone 295*2223 SUPERB VALUES! REGULARLY PRICED 3.99 DRESSES 1.97 REGULARLY PRICED 3.99-5.99 DRESSES 2.97 REGULARLY PRICED 5.99-8.99 DRESSES 3.97 REGULARLY PRICED 8.99-10.99 DRESSES 5.97 Mode-O-Day FROCK SHOP Jo Ruark, Owner 26th day of July, 1965, for the bonds hereinafter described. At the hour above named all sealed bids which have been received will be referred to the Town Council at a meeting then to be held In the Council Chambers of the Town Hall. After the receipt of such sealed bids, if any, open bids will be received, and after the close of open bidding, the sealed bids will be opened, and the bonds will then be sold to the highest bidder for cash. The bonds to be offered are the following: WATER REVENUE BONDS, in the principal amount of $26,000.00, TO BE DATED JULY 1, 1965, in the denomination of $1,000.00 each and maturing as follows! $2,000.00 on November 1, 1966 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1967 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1968 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1969 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1970 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1971 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1972 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1973 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1974 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1975 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1976 $2,000.00 on November 1, 1977 Interest on said bonds will be payable on November 1, 1965, and semlannually thereafter. Principal and Interest will be payable at the office of the Town Treasurer of Wesley, Iowa. These bonds are not general obligations of the Town but are payable solely and only out of the future earnings of the Municipal Waterworks Plant and System of the Town of Wesley, Iowa. The obligations of the bonds will constitute a lien on the improvements- for which said bonds are Issued to pay, and will also constitute a first lien on the net earnings of the Municipal Waterworks Plant and System of the Town of Wesley, Iowa. Bids for the above mentioned bonds shall specify the rate or rates of interest, and all other things being equal, the bid at par and accrued Interest and bid for the lowest interest rate will be given preference. The bonds will be awarded to the bidder offering the lowest interest cost, which will be determined by aggregating the interest payable by the Municipality over the life of the bonds In accordance with the terms of each Md presented, and deducting therefrom the pretn- ( lorn, if any, stipulated in said proposal. The rates, not to exceed four (4) in nttmber, bid for such Issue most be in multiples of one-eighth (l/8th) or one-tenth (1/lOth) of one (1) percent, and all bonds of the Issue maturing on the same date must bear interest at the same rate. No bond shall bear more than one interest rate. No Md calling for supplemental coupons will be accepted. Said bonds will be sold eab]eet to the approvingopinionofBannt- ster, Carpenter, Aiders Ik Cooney, Attorneys of Des Moines, Iowa, as to the legality, and their opinion will be furnished, together with the printed bonds, and all bids will be so conditioned. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. By order of the Town Council. D, L. Klein Town Clerk (48-50) NOTICE OF DECISION OF THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ALOONA, IOWA Public notice is hereby given that the Board of Adjustment of the City of Algona, Iowa has granted a variance from the terms of the Zoning Ordinan6e In connection with the application of Leo Frlderes at 120 N. Lantry, in order to permit construction of an attached garage. Any person aggrieved by this decision may present to the District Court of Kossuth County a Petition for review within thirty days from the 1st day of July, 1965. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT By E. Barr Chairman <50) SHORTENING OR LENGTHENING Coats— Shirt* - DrtsM* MODERN Pry CI«ontr*.TaIfoi* u There's no independence like owning your own home. You can, too, if you are regularly employed. And if* as easy as paying rent. Come in and find out about our direct reduction mortgage plan. Ik BANK I E. STATE STREET • ALGONA • TdL 295-2487 DIAMOND'S WORK SHOES SPECIAL •"ACID RESISTANT UPPER •GOODYEAR WELT /SEAMLESS BACK •DOUBLE DUTY CORK SOLE Regular $7.49 Value 5.99

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