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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1965
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4-Aleeno (le.) Upper 0*» Molna* Thursday, Sept. 15, 1965 [Upper DesMoinesf SPORTS West Bend Has A Rebuilding Year Ahead Full Slate Of FB Games On Tap In Area Friday All football teams in this area will be active this weekend after opening the season last Friday night. This Friday's slate looks like this: Algona high, 14-13 winner over Emmetsburg, will travel to Hampton for a North Central Conference test against a team that was impressive in a lopsided first game win over Ackley. Garrigan, which tied Estherville, 13-13, travels to Mason City where it will meet one of the state's top teams. The Mohawks rated number two after a 22-0 win over Charles City. Sentral, 32-7 winner over Kanawha, hosts Lincoln-Central oi Gruver, 28-0 winner over West Bend last weekend; Swea City, which battled to a 6-6 tie with Rolfe Friday, travels to meet Woden-Crystal Lake, which is fielding its first team this fall. Titonka, 2-0 winner over Boone Valley Friday, travels to Thompson for a State Line loop fray; and Armstrong, 31-6 winner over Gilmore City, will travel to Burt for another State Line battle. AHS Reserves Tally 35-0 Win At Em'burg Algona high school reserves annexed a comparatively easy 35-0 win over the Emmetsburg high reserves, Monday night, on the Emmetsburg field. Nearly all members of a large squad, including freshmen through juniors who saw little or no action in last Friday night's varsity game, got into the fray Monday. Algona's scoring started early. On the third play of the game an aerial from Steve Waller to BUI Boldridge wound up in the end zone, and Randy Reidinger plunged for the extra point. Riedinger scored again a short time later on a wedge, and a Waller to Boldridge toss added the extra point. Phil Specht recovered a Emmetsburg fumble on their 35- yard line to end the half. In the second half, Dave Walker and Taylor added TD's thrpugh the line, and Smoky Barr tossed a pass to Dennis Richter for the final TD. All point trys were good. In the second half everyone had a hand In the action. Emmetsburg's strongest asset was the penalty, with the Bullpups getting a host of them, which didn't seem to make much difference. Randy Rogert was directing Algona from quarterback at the final buzzer. Linemen seeing consistent action and giving a good account of themselves Included Don Hage, Chris Conn, Daryl Johnson, Tom Claude, Dave Camp, and most of the backs saw action as well, with Brad Kraft turning in some sparkling gains as well as a host of others. \ DuWayne Kleins To Represent Firm, N.Y. Fair Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne F. Klein. will represent Klein's Farm Supply of Algona at the Wayne Feeds World's Fair Festival in New York City, September 20-23, it has been announced by officials of Allied Mills, Inc., Chicago. Mr. Klein was selected as one of 26 winners in a national contest sponsored by Allied Mills for Wayne Feed Dealers. It was necessary to show outstanding growth in sales and distribution as well as excellence in providing service and information to livestock and poultry farmers in their trade area. While in New York foraperiod of four days and three nights, Mr. and Mrs. Klein will be royally entertained, spending one full day at the New York World's Fair and dining at the famous "Top Of The Fair" restaurant. They will visit many other outstanding attractions in New York and attend the popular Broadway comedy, "Baker Street". The trip will be concluded with a sightseeing cruise around Manhattan Island. BANCROFT By Mr». Lawrence Bergman Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire took Ed McGuire to Ames where he will attend Iowa State this year, las third year. He is studying to become a veterinarian. Bill took his sister Kristin to Minneaplis where she entered St. Catherines College. She will be a freshman this year. Joseph McGuire left this week for Catholic College in Kansas, where he is studying to become a teacher. Bill McGuire will leave Tuesday to attend the University of Miss. Bill spent three years in the Peace Corps. Mr. and Mrs, McGuire had nine children all in St. John's Catholic school at Bancroft at the same time and all have graduated. Axel Bratlund is acting as night mar shall during the absence of Lloyd Dlxon, who is on vacation. Mrs. Bernard McGuire, Titonka, is the new part-time clerk at Kennedy's ready-to-wear, Mrs. McGuire and family will move to Bancroft where they have purchased the Ed Schiltz residence Dec. 1. Roger Farrow, Mason City, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bergman. Mr. and Mrs. Chas McGuire moved to their remodeled home in Bancroft Monday. His son John will move to the McGuire farm home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dixon and daughter Ann and son Michael, are spending a couple of weeks in California with their daughter, Mrs. Violet Spencer and. family. Jane Augus, bride-to-be' of Terry Dixon, was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the Baptist church Friday evening. Plan Moonlight Madness Here September 22 Members of the retail bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce selected a date and time for the second annual Moonlight Madness event, which proved a success last fall, during a meeting here Thursday morning. Moonlight Madness will be held Wednesday, Sept. 22, from 7 to 10 p.m. in all cooperating stores. It was held on almost the same date a year ago. Stores will close at the regular time that day - and re-open at 7 for the big bargain spree. The possibility of a 2-day free circus, which could be set up on State street sometime next summer, was also discussed. The idea will be Investigated before final plans are arranged. It was also announced that businessmen from every town in the county will help the local Chamber members serve the second annual free barbecue Thursday, Aug. 19, at the Kossuth County Fair. From five to 14 men from each of the other towns will be present. The annual Band Festival had already been set for Saturday Oct. 2, and will feature more than 20 bands and Queens from surrounding towns, Algona high and Garrigan. The local Queens serve as hosts and cannot be named as Festival Queen. Former Wesley Man Hurt In Copter Crash WESLEY - Word was received here recently of serious injuries suffered by Ronnie Newbrough of Durango, Colo, in a helicopter accident. He sustained a broken back and ribs when the motor cut out on his helicopter near Durango. It fell about 125 feet. The flying service he operates was helping to set poles by plane 30 miles from Durango when the accident happened. nr.NO — EI eh t ttartcrs of last year's Corn belt Conference champions tre Rone, and West Bend will bank very heavily on the two-way play of Wayne- Htnselman. Seven sinners Were graduated and another w»» lost after an operation. The team finished 9-0 and 8-0 in league play. Manselman, 180 senior, will be counted on for most of the yardage on the ground from his fullhark position, and he will handle the middle linehacking chores on defense. Hanselman is a hard- hitter with excellent balance. Also back Is tackle Bruce Balgeman, 190 pound senior. Other lettermen (all member* of 1964's unbeaten team were lettered) are: Terry Lampe, 200 junior tackle; Wayne Banwart, 150 senior quarterback; Pat Montag, 160 senior end; Ray Brown, 170 senior back; Rich Fuchsen, 165 senior guard; Mike Marti, 150 senior guard; Ron Struthers, 185 junior back; Ron Barber, 150 senior end; John Blcuer, Frank Johns, Tim Dahlhauser, Rich Olrrcs, Gary McCutlough. THE SCHEDULE 8 10 — Lincoln Central, here 8 17— At Mallard 8 24 — Ruthven, here O 1— At Sioux Valley O 8— Marathon, here O 18— AtEverly O 22— Terrll, here O 29— At Sioux Rapids N B — Gratetlnger, here Notes Of Serviceme SAN ANTONIO, Tex.—Airman Third Class Eugene J. Hutchinson, above, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Hutchlnson of Lone Rock, has been selected for technical training at Keesler AFB, Miss., as a U.S. Air Force communications-electronics specialist. Airman Hutchinson, a graduate of St. Johns high school, Bancroft, Iowa, recently completed basic military training at Lackland AFB, Tex. DAHLGREN, VA. Aug. 26 — Boatswain's Mate Second Class Larry W. Bowman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman of 708 W. State St., Algona, and husband of the former Miss Barbara Hlgbee of Portageville, N. Y., was promoted to his present rate, Aug. 16, while serving at the U.S. Naval Weapons Laboratory, Dahlgren, Va. His promotion was based on time in service and rate, military appearance, performance of duties and passing the Navy-wide test for promotion. A graduate of Algona High school, Bowman entered the service in September 1955. BAUMHOLDER, GERMANY-Army PFC David A. Jensen, whose wife, Vicky, lives at 408 Diagonal, Algona, is participating in a two-week field training exercise held on the Baumholder ranges in Germany. Jensen is a combat construction specialist in the 12th Engineer Battalion, 8th Infantry Division, and will qualify with his M-H rifle. Jensen entered the Army in July 1964 and was last stationed at Fort Leonard Wood Mo., before arriving overseas in March of this year. The 18 -year-old soldier, son of Mrs . Pauline V. Kramer, 400 Diagonal, Algona, attended North East Hamilton high school in Blairsburg. USS OKLAHOMA CITY - Electrician's Mate Fireman Delbert D. Johnson, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney D. Johnson of 314 W. Nebraska St., Algona, Iowa, is participating in the amphibious assault search-and clear operation, "Piranha," while serving aboard the light guided missile cruiser USS Oklahoma City. "Piranha" commenced Sept. 1 with the mission of clearing Viet Cong from the Cape Batangan Peninsula in Viet Nam. Oklahoma City is commanded by Captain Kendall W. Simmons who is commander of the Naval Gunfire Support Unit of the operation. Oklahoma City is one of four ships in the unit. PENSACOLA, FLA. (FHTNC) Aug. 30 - Naval Aviation Officer Candidate Jay L. Hoppus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Hoppus of Burt, Iowa, is serving with Air Transport Squadron 8 at Naval Air Station, Moffet Field, Calif. The squadron, maintenance squadron of the Naval Air Transport Wing, Pacific, the Navy wing of the Air Force's Military Air Transport Service, is charged with the responsibility of maintaining and repairing the Wing's aircraft. SAN DIEGO, CALIF. - Seamen Recruit Steven L. Briggs, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Briggs of 1503 E. North St., Algona, Iowa, reported July 19 to the Recruit Training Command, U. S. Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif., for nine weeks of basic training. .During his early days of training he will receive a series of aptitude examinations to determine which of the Navy's 65 specialty fields he will enter on completion of recruit training. RENO, NEV. - Airman Third Class James M. Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Baker of 300 E. Elm St., Algona, Iowa, has completed the rigorous U. S. Air Force survival and special training course conducted by the Air Training Command at Stead AFB, Nev. Airman Baker, a para-SCUBA rescue specialist, received combat-type escape and evasion training to enable him to survive under adverse climatic conditions and hostile environments. The airman is being assigned to Gunter AFB, Ala., for advanced training. Airman Baker, a graduate of Algona high school, attended the University of California at Los Angeles. T-B Workers For Township X-Ray Named Joseph J. Straub, chairman of the Kossuth County X-Ray Program announced today that chalrladies for the County wide X-Ray program are still needed in Cresco township, Ledyard township, and Swea township. Volunteers to take these positions may contact Mr. Straub in Algona. The duties of a chalrlady in the town or township begin Sept. 15 when there will be a meeting at the Kossuth County Courthouse at 1:30 p.m. in the assembly room to receive instructions and literature. They will then be in charge of distribution of literature and publicity until the date that the mobile van is in their area. In some cases, the chairlady would also help line up workers to assist in the van. The following chairladies have consented to take charge of the drive in their area: Bancroft - Mrs. Don Behnkendorf; Burt - Mrs. Lance Rieb- hoffj Fenton - Mrs. George 0. Jorgenson; Lakota - Mrs. Jerry Heetland; Ledyard - Mrs. Henrietta Dontje; Lone Rock - Mrs. Jesse Blanchard. LuVerne - Mrs. Wm. Bigings; Swea City - Mrs. Roy Valvick; Titonka - Mrs. Bonno Schutter; Wesley - Mrs. Theron C. Hansen; Whittemore - Mrs. Victor Perkins and Mrs. Russ Media; Buffalo - Mrs. Carl Callies; Burt - Mrs. Delmar Angus. Eagle - Mrs, Andrew Brones; Fenton - Mrs. Reuben Luedtke; Garfield - Mrs, Ernest Habeger; German - Mrs. John Welhousen; Grant - Mrs. Kenneth Patterson; Greenwood - Mrs. Phillip Inman. Harrison - Mrs. Selmer Uhr; Hebron - Mrs. Swen Larsen; Irvington - Mrs. Howard Raney; Lincoln - Mrs, Edward Sheldahl; Lotts Creek - Mrs, Leo Kollasch; LuVerne - Mrs. Elmer Kubly; Plum Creek - Mrs. Robert Harrison. Portland - Mrs. Harold Becker; Prairie - Mrs. August Studer; Ramsey - Mrs. Floyd Yackle; Riverdale - Mrs. Hubert O'Brien; Seneca - Mrs. Henry Looft; Sherman - Mrs. Alvin Weber; Springfield - Mrs. John «Kramersmeier; Union - Mrs. John Rich; Wesley - Mrs. Lois Bentele; Whittemore * Mrs. Garman Adams. Broom corn is a grass from which brooms and clothes brushes are made. Gorman - Smith Nuptials Take Place Here Sept. 4 Nancy Ann Garman, daughter of M r, and Mrs, Victor A. Garman, Burt, became the bride of Joseph Lawrence Smith, son of Mrs. Bridget Smith, Algona, and the late Mrs. Lawrence Smith, September 4 at 9 a. m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Fr. Edward Mason officiated at the double ring ceremony. Acolytes were Michael Kajewskl and Thomas Black. Sister Mary Joseph Marie was organist, and John Lovstad soloist. The bride wore a gown of pure silk organza with a scoop neckline. Chantilly lace motifs highlighted with seed pearls and crystal adorned the front of the fitted bodice. A lace motif was repeated on the front of the floor length A-line skirt. The cape train of Venetian lace and organza fell softly from the shoulder forming the sleeve and cascading into a lovely chapel train. Nancy's hand rolled silk illusion veil fell from a flower- shaped crown of seed pearls and crystal. She carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis and a white orchid with a mother of pearl rosary, a gift of the groom, intertwined through the bouquet. The bride was attended by her sister, June Marie Garman, matron of honor. Bridesmaid was Mrs. William Detrick, sister of the groom. The bride's personal attendant was Mrs. James E. Garman. The best man was Charles Smith, brother of the groom. Dr. James Garman, brother of the bride, Milwaukee, Wise., was the groomsman. Ushers were Steven Smith and Richard Garman, the latter of Nevada. A dinner and reception for 200 guests were held at the K. C. hall following the ceremony. Mrs. Edwin and Mrs. Nickie Berte registered the guests; Mrs. Adolph Kilian and Mrs. Leo Bleich cut the cake; Misses Janette and Mary Miller served the punch; and the gifts were in charge of Mrs. Michael Frankl, Mrs. David Byers, Mrs. Dean Dodds and Darlene Weydert. Table waitresses were: Karen and Kathy Garman, Kathy Kilian, Theresa Hoberer. Theresa and Cindy Lowenberg, Cecelia Hughes and Cheryl, Susan ' and Linda Lovstad. The bride is a graduate of Garrigan high school and St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing, Mason City. The groom is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and Hamilton Business College, Mason City. Following a wedding trip, the young couple will be at home in Charles City, where the bridegroom is employed by the Oliver Corporation. Guy Wood, 61, Of Swea City, Died Monday A retired Swea City farmer, Guy Wood, 61, died suddenly Monday at his home in Swea City. He had been a patient at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville and was discharged on Saturday. Mr. Wood was born Dec. 3, 1903, near Lewisville in Clay county Illinois. He was raised and received his education there. He is survived by his wife, Ina, three brothers and six sisters, who live outside the area. Funeral services will be at Z p. m. Thursday at Immanuel Lutheran church in Swea City with Rev. Julius Petersen officiating. Family services will be at 11:30 a, m, at the Barnes Funeral Home in Swea City. The body will lie in state at the church from 1 until 2 p. m. 11 Ottosen Youths Off To College OTTOSEN - Ottosen has 11 young adults studying in various colleges this fall. At the University of Iowa at Iowa City - Charles Welter is a senior in business administration; Terry Frieden is a sophomore in journalism. At Iowa State University at Ames - Ruth Usher is a senior in dietetics; Sara Usher a sophomore in modern languages; James Oppedahl a freshman in mathematics; Howard Zeman is also a sophomore in forestry. This summer he took an eight week course in forestry, through I.S.U. in the forests of Montana. At Ft. Dodge Jr. College Gloria Tofteberg is beginning a course training her to be a medical secretary <, Rodney Gress is also enrolled as a freshman. At St. Vincents hospital Sioux City - Carol Kemna is a senior. At Emmetsburg Jr. College Beverly Kampen is a freshman in liberal arts. At Bernel's Hair Styling College, Ft. Dodge - Donna Struthers will graduate in November. - o - FLOWER SHOW The Ladies Rural Club will have a flower and hobby show Sept. 23 at the Commercial Club building. Entries must be in by l-.OO and will be exhibited until 5 p.m. Everyone is welcome to bring flowers, grain or hobbies to display. No prizes will be given. The public is invited to attend. The Women will also serve a silver tea. Mrs. Annie Leist, a club member, will card and spin raw wool into yarn. - o - Mrs. Essie Cooper left Monday to visit at the home of her son, the Ralph Coopers. They will attend the Spencer Fair one day. Mrs. Cooper will also visit her sister, Mrs. Mary Hansen at Spirit Lake before returning home at the end of the week. Mrs. Laurel Worster went by bus Wednesday to Marshall, Mo. to visit at the home of her daughter, the Nathan McGuires. Mr. Worster drove down for her Saturday and they returned home Sunday. Grover Latourell of Maplet6n, Minn, and his son, Roy, of St. Peter, Minn, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pentico. Ruth Usher of Ames spent the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Usher. She attended summer school at the university. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Waechter and family visited Antone Waechter at the hospital at Emmetsburg Sunday. Mr. Waechter is improving. The Verne Waechter family also visited at the Orville Ellingson home at Emmetsburg to see their new baby. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson visited his brother Walter, who is a patient at Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem left Sunday to spend a few days fishing at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Alfred Schultz is in charge of, Alme's grocery store. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper and sons attended an 83rd birthday party for her mother, Mrs. Clara Henely at Emmetsburg Sunday. About 30 relatives were present. Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart and family and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Banwart, and family were Saturday supper guests at the Joe Benninger home at West Bend. They celebrated Julie Blake and Jayne Banwart's birthdays. mum* Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE '•BILL" NUOENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA LOWEST PRICES EVER home/office/store VICTOROuunplmu ADDING AND SUBTRACTING MACHINES • Precision-Built/Lightweight • Electric and Hand Operated • Automatic Credit Balance • 8 & 9 Column Total • Direct Subtraction • 10-Key & Full Keyboard • Automatic Punctuation • Feather-Touch & Space-up Single-stroke Control • Smartly Styled Unbreakable Case HAND ADDER ELECTRIC AS t4 J f|Aft 9 Col. total SUBTRACTORS IOW *' * I|UU $ 7 9°° 8 Col. total LOW AS $ 149 ( PUBLISHING COMPANY SECRETARIAL CHAIRS EXECUTIVE CHAIRS • TYPEWRITERS • ADDING MACHINES • FILING SUPPLIES • SALES BOOKS t CARBON PAPERS • STENO NOTEBOOKS • LEDGERS • LEDGER SHEETS t GUMMED TAPE • SHIPPING TAGS • TYPING PAPER t SECOND SHEETS OTICE FILES • TYPEWRITER and ADDER RIBBONS • DESK PADS % PAPER CUPS • THUMB TACKS % DESK BLOTTERS • PERSONAL FILES • CLASP ENVELOPES t RUBBER BANDS t FIREPROOF VAULTS • CORRECTION FLUID • STORAGE FILES • RUBBER STAMPS UPPER DES MOINES PUB. 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