The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1965 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 24, 1965
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Corwith-Wesley Voters Give OK, $210,000 School Bonds Algona Woman In Final Vows, Sisterhood By a vote of 386 for to 149 against, voters In the Corwith- Wesley Community School District approved a $210,000 bond issue, plus .expenditure of $45,000 in available funds, Wednesday. (The $255,000 will be used to build additions to schools at Wesley and Corwith - and if bidding is such that the amount needed for the additions is less than the $210,000 bond issue voted, all bonds will not be sold. At Wesley, the addition will be 900 square feet in area, with seven class rooms, an elementary library, offices and teachers' work area, facilities for the hot lunch program, furnace room and storage area for the janitor, to be attached to the present grade school. The Corwith addition to the district's high school will include a shop area, wood finish room, facilities for technical instruction in auto mechanics, band and vocal room for a 70-piece band and chorus of 50 voices, two practice rooms, storage areas, music office and offices for the superintendent, secretary and conference room for board meetings. The one-story addition at Wesley will Increase total facilities there to an elementary school of nine class rooms, library, gymnasium and complete hot lunch program. Fire destroyed the old portion of the building at Wesley several months ago - making some sort of action by voters In the district necessary. The remaining portion of the Wesley structure was built many years after the original building which was burned. Algona (la.) Upper DM Molnet Thursday, August 26, 1965 Wildin Takes Victory In Fair Feature Les Wildin, point leader here in regular season competition during the past three years, including 1965, moved through the pack in a hurry and wen the feature event at the running of the Kossuth County Fair championship modified stock car events on a slick track Friday night. While an immediate count was not available, a fairly large crowd, considering the weather, saw the program, which was climaxed by a demolition derby. Rain fell intermittently during the evening, Wildin was a double winner, taking the third heat race before the finale. Gene Schattschneider also won twice, taking the first heat, then coming ba^k to notch a win in the handicap, besting Wildin in the latter event. There were a few spin-outs, but no serious mishaps during the program, The demolition derby was called a tie, with Wayne Meyer and Schattschneider the winners. Results; first heat -1. Schattschneider, 2, Gale White, 3, Norm Baker; second heat-I.Jim Edgington, 2. Stacy Redmon; third heat - 1. Wildin, 2. Wayne Funk, 3. Bern' Hobbs; handicap -1. Schattschneider, 2. Wildin, 3. Redmond and Funk; B-feature - 1. Ted Zeiman, 2. Dale Wilhite, 3. George Barton; Feature - 1. Wildin, 2. Baker, 3. Zeiman. The annual season championship stock car races, featuring hobbies and modifieds, will be held here Friday, Sept. 3. Results In Open Class Cattle Judging In open class judging, results were summarized as follows: Champion Angus was shown by Dennis Uthoff of Fenton, with Ken Erpelding of Bode showing the Reserve Champion Angus. Janice Erpelding of Bode showed the Champion Hereford, with Ray Erpelding of Bode showing the Reserve Champion Hereford. Gary Laabs of Lone Rock showed the Champion in the carcass division, with Kathy Besch of Whittemore showing the Reserve Champion. Petrea Thoreson won the beef showmanship award. In the open class, judging of beef cattle, Champion female shorthorn was shown by Petrea Thoreson, with Ronnie Gilbride of Algona showing reserve. Champion female Hereford was shown by Gene Brass of Lakota. Champion female Angus was shown by Lenora Hilbert of Lu- Verne, with Dennis Uthoff showing the reserve champion. In open class in dairy cattle, in the Holstein breed, Junior Champion Bull and Grand Champion Bull were shown by John and Philip Ruger of Fenton. Sr. Champion female was shown by John and Philip Ruger, with LeRoy Janssen of Lakota showing the junior champion. Grand champion female was shown by John and Philip Ruger. In the Guernseys, junior and grand champion bull was shown by Harold Bosworth, with W. H. Bosworth showing the senior and junior and grand champion female. Helen Skow of Wesley took honors in the Jersey breed, winning the junior and grand champion bull, and the senior, junior and grand champion female. Arthur L. Banwart of Ottosen showed the junior and grand champion female in the milking shorthorn breed. Swine was also judged Wednesday. Peter Erpelding of Algona showed the senior champion boar in the Poland China breed, with John Scuffham showing the reserve champion boar, and Peter Erpelding showing the grand champion boar, Peter Erpelding showed the grand champion sow, with Mark Reding showing the reserve champion sow. In the Duroc Jerseys, 0. V. Harlan of Algona showed senior champion, reserve champion boars, and grand and reserve champion sows. In the Hampshires, Lickteig Brothers of Algona showed the junior champion boar, and Reuben Skow of Wesley showed the senior champion. Risius Brothers of Buffalo Center showed the junior champion boar, with Lester J. Baas and Sons of West Bend showing the senior champion sow. In the Spotted Poland China, Tom Tokheim of Armstrong showed the grand champion boar, and Dennis Behnkendorf of Bradgate showed the junior, reserve and grand champion sows. Ruth Baumann of Lakota, took sweepstakes in the Yorkshires winning junior and grand champion sows. Due to the increased number of entries, many animals have had to be housed in tents, since the buildings and barns were full. Horses and colts were also judged Wednesday. In Class 1, suckling colt, pleasure horse, first, Roger Fox; second, Eppe Bulten; and third, Jean Abbott. In Class 2, suckling colt, pony, Shetland, first; and second, Chuck Bell of Algona; and third, Roxanne Busch, Algona. Class 3, suckling colt, pony other than Shetland, first, Eppe Bulten, who also showed second; and third, Vicki Siemers of Algona. Class 4, yearling colt, pleasure horse, first, Jean Abbott; second, Charlene Klein of Irvington; third, Roger Fox. Class 5, yearling colt, pony, Shetland, first, Charlene Klein. Class 6, yearling colt, pony other than Shetland, first, Bill Hippen of Lu Verne. Class 7, mare with colt in halter, pleasure horse, first, Roger Fox, second, Jean Abbott; third, Eppo Bulten. Class 8, mare with colt in halter, pony, first, Don Patterson of Irvington; second and third, Chuck Bell. Class 9, Western pleasure, horse under saddle, first, Patricia Lynch of Lone Rock; second, Tim Ley of Lakota; third, Randy Rogurt, Bode. Class 10, Western pleasure, pony under saddle, first, Tim Ley; Donald Frankl of Irvington; third, David Loss of Irvington. Two West Bend Persons Hurt; Car Hit Bull Two West Bend residents were injured when a car driven by Leslie S. Banwart, 21, struck a bull on the highway a half- mile north and a mile west of Whittemore at 12:20 a. m. Sunday. Banwart and a passenger in the auto, Kathleen S. Blair, 18, both sustained facial cuts and were treated by Dr. Dan Bray of Algona. The auto was headed south at the time of the mishap. Damage to the car was estimated at $500 by Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst who investigated. Owner of the bull was not determined immediately, At 11:55 a, m. Saturday, autos driven by Cecil G. Rezabek, 40, Algona, and Elizabeth S, Higgins, 22, Spencer, collided at the intersection of Call and McPherson streets here, resulting in an estimated $450 damage to the vehicles. Local police charged the latter with failing to yield the right-of-way. A young Algona woman who entered the Presentation Convent, Dubuque, in September, 195% was among the 46 involved in recent profession and reception ceremonies at Mt. Loretto on Sunday, August 22. She is Sister Mary Donald, P.B.V.M., formerly known as Jeanette McCarthy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don C. McCarthy of Algona. Sister Mary Donald pronounced her final vows after having spent eight years in the religious life. This week Sister also made her first home visit as a re- ligious. She is presently on the faculty of Immaculate Conception High- School, Charles City, Iowa, where she teaches business and history. A graduate of Clarke College in Dnbuque, she has also taught at St. Columbkille School there, L-Rock Co-Op Patrons Have Annual Meet A total of $2 1/4 million in sales, the largest sales in the history of the Lone Rock Cooperative Exchange, was reported to the 200 members and wives attending the annual meeting Monday night. Allocated patronage refunds are one cent per bushel on all grain in and out, including Commodity Credit Corporation(CCC) grain, 11 per cent on all merchandise and services. Delmar Fischer was reelected president of the exchange and Ralph Hammerstrom was elected director, replacing Raymond Laabs, whose term had expired. Winners of the drawings were Mrs. Fred Tigges, a chair, and Fred Erickson, snow tires. L. W. Geitzenauer is manager of the business and there are five other employees. Wishing F»r A •ftiyer Won'i Mtke Hut S»l«j NOW 2 LOTS TO SERVE YOU! WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR NEWLY ACQUIRED USED CAR LOT - DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET NORTH OF OUR PRESENT LOT. 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