The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 13, 1965
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Tumdoy, July 13, 1965 Aloono (la.) Upper DM Moln« Alfred Larson Passes Here; Rites Are Held Alfred V. Larson, 75, well- known Algona resident, died at his home Wednesday evening, July?. Funeral services for Mr. Larson, retired for the past several years, were held at 10 a. m. Saturday in the Methodist church, with Rev. N. M. Coughenour officiating. Burial followed at Riverview cemetery and McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Herman Dreesman, Eugene Bramley, Brail Wright, Harvey Johnson, Ted Hoover, Sr. and Clint Godden. Alfred Victor Larson, son of H. P. and Johanna Johnson Larson, was born March 29, 1890 on a farm in Plum Creek township. He attended school here, graduated from Algona high school and attended Iowa State College at Ames. Mr. Larson managed creameries at Melvin and Fairville and was married to Anna Weiland of Decorah June 24, 1914. They farmed for 13 years five miles north of Sexton, then moved to Algona. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, LaVonne (Mrs. Karl Shumway), Cortland, N. Y.: two sons, Roland, Grand Rapids, Mich., and Russell, Decorah; 12 grandchildren and one great- granchhild. A sister, Anna Zanke, Swea City; andabrother, Louis, Mason City, also survive. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters and two brothers. Fred E. Dutton, 75, Ledyard, Rites Monday Fred E. Dutton, 72, of Ledyard, widely known resident of North Kossuth, died Friday at Buffalo Center Hospital where he had been hospitalized for several days. Mr. Dutton was born Aug. 22, 1892 in Kossuth County. In 1947 he married G. Myrle George at Waterloo. Besides his wife, he leaves a son, Ellsworth, at home, three brothers and two sisters. They are Walter of Blue Earth, Robert of Grand Rapids, Paul of Wallace, Idaho, Mrs. Mertis Roberts, Mont., and Mrs. Marjorie Bales of Cody, Wyo. Mr. Dutton had been a member of the Ledyard town Council and also had served as Justice of the Peace. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Ledyard Methodist Church with the Rev. Edward Maus officiating. Burial was at Irvington Township Cemetery, In his younger days, Mr. Dutton was active in many civic affairs of the county, and in the early, formative years of the farm program, serving on numerous committees during that era. Girl's Softball Novice League (final) W L Canaries 6 0 Redbirds 4 2 Jays 2 4 Orioles 0 6 Tuesday; Redbirds 16, Jay 10 Bancroft Legion Wins, Advances To Championship Bancroft Junior Legion defeated Forest City 2-1 at Bancroft Sunday night. Bancroft now advances to the 8th district championship game with Gowrie, winner of the other bracket. According to Royal Molander, Junior Legion baseball commissioner for the 8th district, the title game will be played at a time and place to be announced. Ex-Wesleyan, 45, Heart Attack Victim Friday evening Maurice DeBoer, 45, Marshalltown, formerly of Wesley, died of a heart attack, shocked friends learned here Saturday. Mr. DeBoer operated the hardware store at Wesley before moving to Marshalltown in May 1959. He was employed by the Waddell & Reed Investment Co. there. The family was returning from a three-week trip to California and had stopped at Ogallala, Neb., where Mr. DeBoer died suddenly. Funeral services were set for Tuesday afternoon at the Congregational church in Marshalltown. He was the son of the late Claus DeBoers of Wesley. He is survived by his wife Rosalie Alne, a son Dean, 14, a daughter, Dawn, 11, a brother Clarence, Ames, and three sisters, Mrs. Ralph Tjaden (Esther), and Mrs. Forest Eckels (Bernice), both Britt, and Mrs. Clarence Wadlich (Ann), Santa Cruz, Calif. LuVerne Wins, Then Ousted From Tourney Goldfield sidelined LuVerne in a quarterfinal Sectional Tournament game at Kanawha Friday, 3-2. LuVerne could manage only three hits. John Wickett hurled for Lu- Verne, Mondsager and Brooks for Goldfield. LuVerne advanced to the quarterfinal game by downing Corwith-Wesley 10-0 in Wednesday's opening round. Bob Maass allowed the losers only two hits and the big bat of John Wickett helped in the victory. Wickett banged a home run and two singles and drove across four runs. Gene Hefty and Schipull each had a pair of hits for the Lions. Junior League W L Gophers 5 1 Hawks 4 2 Lions 4 2 Colts 1 4 Bears I 6 Tuesday; Lions 21, Bears 10 Senior League W L Bombers 7 1 Rockets 4 4 Astronauts 3 4 Jets 1 6 Tuesday. Rockets 9, Jets 1 Wednesday; Bombers 10, Rockets 6 Thursday: Jets vs. Astronauts Swimmers Post Narrow Win In Meet Here Upon re-adding the points for the first conference Triangular Meet held at the Algona Swimming pool July 7, it was found that Algona took first place with 240 points, nosing out Estherville with 237 pts., followed by Humboldt with 129 pts. Eighteen records were set and two more tied in a meet which saw Algona take a good lead, then loose it in the diving events to Estherville and then make a come back and clinch the meet in the final relay. Record breakers for Algona were: Susan Walker, girls 12 and under 25 meter breat stroke, and 25 meter freestyle; Nita Limbaugh in the girls 12 and under backstroke; the relay team of Walker, Limbaugh, Janice Haag and Shari Klesath teamed to set a record in the girls 12 and under 100 meter freestyle; the medley relay team of Leslie Norton, Cheryl Cook, Lynn Norton and Kathy Morz set a pool record in the girls 16 and over 100 meter freestyle relay. Gary Nelson broke his own record set last year in the boys 13 to 15 age group 25 meter butterfly breast stroke then joined Kevin Lynch, Larry Taylor and Brad Farhnam to set a new relay record in the 100 meter freestyle relay in the same age group. Ron Nelson equaled brother Gary's fete by setting a record in the 50 meter freestyle for boys 16 and over. John Schutter, the Algona swimmer-coach, set a new pool record in the 100 meter freestyle, then his teammates and fellow guards, Doug Barr, Jim Johnson, Ron Nelson and Bob Smith won the 200 meter relay in record time. Other Algona firsts were posted by: Cheryl Cook in the girls 16 and over butterfly breaststroke; Kathy Morz in the girls 16 and over breast stroke; Larry Taylor in the boys 13 to 15 age group in the 50 meter freestyle; Jim Johnson, boys 16 and over 50 meter breast stroke; and the relay team of girls in the 16 and over group walked away with the 100 meter freestyle relay event. Rasmussen Is Winner Of Stock Finale Joel Rasmussen of Ames, whose number 36 sedan has really started to roll during the past couple of weeks, finished like Gangbusters to win the modified feature event at the weekly stock car program at the fairgrounds here Friday night, Promoter Lament Wellendorf, after discussing the situation with drivers and owners in the pits, announced before the feature that the admission price for the races has been dropped to the $1 figure, with children 12 and under free when accompanied by parents. Ten cars started the modified feature - and the leader much of the way was Freddie Funk of Humboldt, who lost the lead to Rasmussen late in the running. Spin-outs and slight accidents during the program resulted in a total of six re-starts during the night - and none were needed during the three hobby stock races. Myron Langhoff of Mason City won the hobby feature, while Don Doocy of Titonka and Buck Mills of Sioux Rapids won heat matches. Modified results: first heat 1. Gene Schattschneider, 2. Funk, 3. Ted Zieman; second heat - 1. Dale Wilhite, 2. Rasmussen, 3. Jim Edgingtoti; trophy dash 1. Les Wlldin, 2. Funk, 3. Edgington; B-feature - 1. Larry Nerdlg, 2. Leo Christiansen, 3. Jerry Hanson; handicap-1. Funk, 2. Zieman, 3. Rasmussen; feat- jre - 1. Rasmussen, 2. Wildin, 3. Funk. Bancroft And St. Joe, Winners In Kossuth County, League baseball games played Sunday, Bancroft downed St. Benedict in a close game, 9 to 7, and St. Joe turned in an 11 to 0 shutout over Swea City. OUR VACATIONS HAVE BEEN PUNNED FOR CUSTOMER CONVENIENCE! ELK CLEANERS CLOSED ENTIRE WEEK OF JULY 18-25. OPEN AGAIN ON MONDAY, JULY 26 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••< MODERN CLEANER CLOSED ENTIRE WEEK OF AUGUST 1-7. OPEN AGAIN ON MONDAY, AUGUST 9 —Both Cleaners open the fourth week of July — ATTENTION FARMERS WEED CHEMICALS We have on hand several types of 2-4-D and other weed chemicals. Buy from your own Co-op efe vator. GOOD SUPPLY OF BALER TWINE ON HAND MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn in 1.13 Old Oats in .70 New Oats in .68 out 1.17 out .74 July Soybeans 2.65 WHITTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOBARTON BRANCH Golden Sun Feeds For top performance 9°"9 P gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Tele. 295*5614 295-7021

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