The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 19, 1965 · Page 11
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Pictured above are the Giants of the Senior League. The Giants finished regular season play in a first-place tie with the Senators, each team posting an 8-3 record. The teams will meet Monday night In a post-season play-off. Members of the Giants are, from left to right in the front row, Jack Waller Wayne Taylor, Gary Gade, Pat Elbert, Mike McEnroe, and Denny Petersen. Back row, left to right, Michael Kajewski, Jerry Elbert, Ferris Fett, Duane Hunt, Ward Leek and Stephen Kajewski. Curt Johnson and Bob Slobe coach the Giants, Pictured above are the White Sox of the American League. Front row, left to right - Don Sindelar, Bruce Johns'on, Steve Ottoson, Steve Armstrong, Rex Chally, Bob Hansen and Tom Muller. Second row, left to right - Craig Erpelding, Randy Smith, Lance Mueller, Mike Skilling, Joe Goecke, Steve Skilling and Jim Haag. Dewey Skilling and Don Armstrong coach the White Sox.' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusen visited at the home of her sister the P. C. Madsens at Charles City, Sunday. ........ , Mr. and Mrs. William Gles visited Mrs. William Sanders and Mrs. Jay Brones at Fairmont Sunday. Garrigan, AHS Football Drills Open Tomorrow The football squads at Algona high and Garrigan high have been Issued equipment and coaches Jim Hershberger of the Bulldogs and Beanie Cooper of the Golden Bears are all set to blow whistles that will signal the official open- Ing of the 1965 season here. Practice sessions here and all over the state will begin Friday and both local clubs will work twice a day until school starts to get ready as soon as possible for season openers Friday night, Sept. 10. The Bulldogs will be grooming for a meeting with Emmetsburg here, while the Bears will be prepplng for a trip toEsthervllle as both clubs will open the season against Lakes Conference foes, Cooper has 13 lettermen, 10 seniors and three juniors, back for another season, while Hershberger will greet 10 letter winning seniors, The Bears were 1-7 and the Bulldogs 4-3-1 on the gridiron last fall. Both have formidable schedules, playing eight games each and not once during the season do they play at home on the same evening. The two schools have done a fine job of staggering their slates, as much as possible, giving area fans a chance to see both in action several times. Cooper's letter winners are Dick Blelch, Chuck Geilenfeld, Denny Hudspeth and Bill Milder, backs, and Don Potthoff, Paul Kollasch, Larry Vigdal, Bob Lucey, John Schneider and Joe Rinsgdorf, linemen, seniors; and Bill Reding and Tom Wagner, backs, and lineman Dick Muller, juniors, Hershberger will have Glenn Tschetter, ^Larry Scobba, Dave Martin, Tom Fitzpatrick and Mark Conn, backs, and linemen Bill Farnham, Dale Teeter, Gary Barr, Tom Samp and Bob Bradford. Following four days of conditioning, both clubs will begin scrimmage sessions, with coaches then getting a chance to see their charges In action while attempting to sort out starters and top reserves for the season. The Bulldogs will play two intra-squad games, one Saturday, Aug. 28, the other Friday, Sept. 3, one week before the opener. The game-like scrimmages will begin at 8 p. m. each night, while regular season games at the high school will start at 7:30 p. m. Garrlgan's games are scheduled at 8 p. m. Brones Reunion Held Sunday At Swea City SWEA-EAGLE- About 80 persons attended the Brones family reunion at Reynolds Park in Swea City Sunday. Mrs. Mary Hoist, 92, Forest City, was the oldest of the family present. Local members of the family present were Mr, and Mrs, Andrew Brones, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brones, Robert and Marna, Hubert Brones, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones and Jay Brones. Youngest relative present was little Maribeth Brady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brady of Perry, 5 weeks old, coming the greatest distance were Mrs. Eleanor McConkey and Mr, and Mrs. Richard Dean Pogue and family, Des Moines, - o - The Duer family joined at Fairmont Sunday to honor Carl Duer of Ringsted on his birthday. Enjoying the picnic dinner were the Carl Duers and the Leonard Duers of Ringsted, the Paul Hassels and family of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Craft and family, San Francisco, Cal. and Mr. and Mrs, Arnold Duer and family. Sunday supper guests at the Maynard Gregorsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Block and son, Humboldt. Bob Kein, Carl Appelquist and Mr. and Mrs. Armand Schuler of Atlantic were among visitors of Mr. Henry Schuler last week at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thorsheim and daughters have taken up residence in the Richard O'Green house in Eagle township. He will be the high school principal at the Swea City school this vear. The girls are Debby, 10, Vicki, 8, and Tammy, 7. The family came here from Howard, So. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Larsen, Carmen and Julie and Mrs. Otto Larsen visited the Dells of Wisconsin and at Manltowoc last week. Carmen will teach junior high English at Manltowoc this year. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson visited at the home of the Sherman Bromleys at Lakeview Sunday. Mrs. Bromley had been released from the hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson, Danny, Jennifer and Jerry returned home Friday evening after 13 days sightseeing in the west. They went as far as Salt Lake City. Some points of interest they visited were Glacier National Park, Custers National Monument, etc. En route home they visited two days with Mr. Anderson's sister and family, the Alvin Nelsons at Boulder, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Preston and family, Mrs. Joe Preston and Mrs. Nina Traub were at Estherville Wednesday forabar- becue supper with the Kenneth Andersons and the Marvin Boevers. The Sam Links were Sunday dinner guests at the Tom Preston home. The Johnle Tobins were Sunday visitors at the Emil Haase home at Kalrmont. Mrs. Floyd Montgomery and Judy were hostesses at a coffee party honoring Mrs. George Harner on her birthday Friday. I ( Here's lots of low-cost help by the tankful J —u u— Your Thermogas Bulk Tank System Will: Heat your home ... power your tractor... dry your crops ... dry your clothes ... control your weeds ... cook your food ... heat your water...freeze-proof your stock tanks... warm up your barn and brooders. 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Phillips - Algona, Iowa HOSPITAL NEWS Thursday, August 19, 1965 Algeria, (la.^ Upper Dot Moin«*-11 August 9 - Admissions- Bern- avl Thilges, Algona, medical; Baibara Ann Reding, Algona, ac« i'lent; Randy Arndorfer, Cor- \vith. T i A; Pamela Arndorfer, Cor.'.ith, T & A; Joy Zimmerman, \\1iittemore, T & A; JillZimmer- man, Whittemore, T & A. August 10 - Admitted - Harry Thilges, Irvington, medical; Laura Nemmers, Algona, T & A; Timothy Nemmers, Algona, T & A; Marion Kohlhaas, Irvington, T 4- A; Nash Mondragon, Whlttemore, medical; dismissed Erma Norton, Bancroft; Rose Kneclit, Whittemore, Mrs. Edwin Hammer and baby, Algona; Mrs. Orie Shipler and baby, Algona; Pamela Arndorfer,' Corwith; Handy Arndorfer, Convlth; Joy Zimmerman, Whittemore; JiU Zimmerman, Whittemore. August 11 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. William Vaske, Bancroft, girl; admitted - Mrs. Maybelle Becker, Algona, medical; Mrs. Catherine McMurray, Algona, medical; John E. Graham, Cedar Rapids, medical; Kevin Ireland, Algona T & A. August 12 - Admitted: David McFarland, Burt, medical; dismissed - Mrs. David McGuire and baby, Bode; Mrs. Muriel Rockwell and baby, Thompson; Nash Mondragon, Leo Walter, Whittemore; Barton Selby, Lu- Verne; Ray Wessel, Laura Nemmers, Timothy Nemmers, Algona; Barbara Reding, Whittemore. August 13 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klley, LuVerne, girl; admitted - Larry Klrsch, Whittemore, surgery; Anna Muller, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. Loretta Guy, Ren wick, medical; dismissed - Larry Ireland, Algona. August 14 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holtzbauer, Algona, girl, 6 pounds, 12 1/2 oz.; Pictured above are the Colts, champions of the PeeWee League with a 10-1 record. Front row, left to right, Chuck Reding, Kevin Ballard, Gordon Schenck, Randy Skilling, Ricky Peterson and Eduardo Franco. Back row, left to right, Steve Hutzell, Neal Frederick, Ricky Ringsdorf, Mark Harris and Tim Plaehn. Absent when the picture was taken were Van Tielebein and Kent Handel. The Colts were coached by Dick Ringsdorf. admitted - Mrs. Lucille Dor- weller, Algona, medical; Eugene Kobbert, Council Bluffs, medical; Elizabeth Walsh, Sacramento, California, medical; dismissed Wilbur Holdren, Algona; Mrs. Loretta Guy, Renwlck. August 15 - Admitted - Ronald Miller, Algona, medical; Terry Simons, Whittemore, fracture; dismissed, Eugene Kobbert, Council Bluffs; John Graham, Cedar Rapids. August 16 - Admitted - Ruth Hodgson, Burt, medical; dismissed - Mrs. Kenneth Klley, LuVerne; Mrs. Lucille Dor- weller, Algona; Mrs. William Vaske and baby, Bancroft; Ronald Miller, Algona. AROUND ALGONA A MISCELLANEOUS shower was held August 9 at the Trinity Lutheran church for Marilyn Ostwald of Whittemore. Hostesses were Mrs. William Leek, Miss Carolyn Rochleau, Mrs. Bert Olson, Mrs. Dennis Olson, Mrs. Howard Long, Mrs. Raymond Funk, Mrs. William Fuak, Mrs. Albert Pergande and Mrs. Art Gade. Entertainment for the evening was a program and games. Assisting with gifts were Carolyn Rochleau, Cindy Long, Dorene Funk and Mrs. Wm. Leek. Guest book, Lucille Gade, pouring, Mrs. Wm. Leek. Lunch was served and many gifts received. Miss Ostwald will be married to Ron Rochleau of Algona August 22 at 2:30 at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Whittemore. - o - PETER C. REDING, Trimont* Minn., was a guest last weekend of his sister, Mrs. Clara Walker, and visited other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. David'Walker and Monica Ann, Dubuque, are visiting this week with his mother, Mrs. Walker. David teaches in Dubuque high school. SHOP HERE F ?Su A R LL NEEDS! l Nylon Reinforced Neckband, Sizes 4 to 16 PLASTIC KINDERGARTEN MAT '1.77 MISSES' BRUSHED ORLON CREW SOCKS 38 C »• MISSES' TRICOT PANTIES Asstd. 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