The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1965 · Page 6
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6-Alpono (la.) Upper Dftt Moinei Thurtdoy, Oct. 14, 1965 Algonan One Of Key Men At Big Kiwanis Session Wes H. Bartlett of Algona, Trustee of Kiwanis International, will play an important part in the annual Fall Council Meeting of Kiwanis International in Chicago, October 17-21, at the Continental Plaza Hotel. Training and indoctrination sessions during the five-day conference will be conducted for Kiwanis district governors and secretaries by the 18-man Kiwanis International Board headed by President Edward C. Keefe, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and the 16 Kiwanis International Committee Chairmen who comprise the leadership of Kiwanis administration and community service work. Also contributing to the Council proceedings will be many of the past presidents of the organization. The newly-elected governors and secretaries who will take office January 1, 1966, are to be indoctrinated in a comprehensive program on administration, leadership, and effective community service activity. The training program, unique with Kiwanis, is also a motivational gathering for the leaders of the international service organization. on the school of instruction she and sec'y. Mildred Fox attended at Titonka. The country to be studied this .year is the Philippines. Mildred Studer reported on the 8th district Legion and Auxiliary meeting held at Livermore Sept. 26. Wesleyans who attended were the Mark Studer s, Bill Goetzs, Ed Johnsons, Don Studer, Alvin Becker and Larry Grandgenett. Bill Goetz is 8th district vice - commander. 42 tray favors, made by Mrs. Clara Hauptman, were presented by Mrs. Flom to the West View Home at Britt. Oliver Young and Joe Ferstl are residents at the home. Members and others are asked to save the tops or caps from bottles which are used to make these favors. All are asked to turn in Butternut labels and coupons, and also eye glasses which will be contributed to the "Eyes for toe Needy." The president reported the quota of 58 members had been met. A county meeting will be held at Burt Nov. 9. Josie Lickteig and Marie Lickteig served lunch. 500 was played with Helen Johnson and Carol Youngwirth winning prizes. Garel Leek Of Wesley Ouf Of Hospital WESLEY - Garel Leek was brought to the Britt hospital Wednesday from Allen Memorial hospital, Waterloo, where he was taken Oct. 2 following a car accident 14 miles from Cedar Falls. He and his daughter Carol were enroute to "Dads Day" at Cedar Falls where Barbara Leek is a senior. Carol was driving the car, and to avoid being struck by a car coming off a side road she careened into a cement bridge. She had her seat belt buckled and received only slight bruises. Mr. Leek sustained four broken ribs and a shoulder bruise. The car was badly damaged on the driver's side. - o - AUXILIARY MET Legion Auxiliary met Oct. C. President Edna Flom reported G o i r\ H I O GUESSERS CONTEST BY OLD MAN MOSE It doesn't happen often, and when it does it's like a no-hit baseball game, but we had a perfect record of one football Guessing entry last week. Hitting all 20 game winners correct was Arthur Klein of Sexton., who wins the $7 award with ease. It was a week of the best picking of the year for all entries. In second place is Mrs. Amos Krominga of Titonka, with 19 games correct and a high game total of GG. The actual high total was the Minnesota 42, Indiana 18 contest. Mrs. Krominga might have had all 20 correct, but she forgot to fill in any pick in the S. C. 1. - Drake game, her only miss. In third place, also with 19 correct, was Jim Meyer of Fenton, with a high game guess of 52. On the Honor Roll for the week, all with 18 games right, were Bob Williams Judy Thoresoa, Mrs. B. J. Bradford, Roger Hiemstra, Mrs. Mel Bay, Al Slobe, Mrs. John Hanselman, and Mrs. D. P. Smith, all of Algona; Pat Farrell and Jim Bisenius, both of Whittemore; and Carl M. Priebe of Fenton. With 17 correct out of 20 were W. W. Gillespie, Jane Fraser, Charles Hoffman, Greg Allen, Ronnie Eischen, Dick Thoreson, Merrill Walker, Steve Eischen, Loren Hahle, Dick Palmer, all Algona; Tom Zender, Brecksville, Ohio (he used a computer); Bill Runchey, West Bend; George Pommer, Wesley; Richard Dugan, Burt; Mrs. Geo. Baumann, Lakota; Arnold D. Andreasen, Minneapolis; Mrs. Arthur Klein, Sexton; DeAnn Hahn, Burnsville, Minn.; Bill Dudding, Bancroft. On the Mourner's Bench for the week, with six right out of 20, is Lynne Durant ol Algona. Better luck this week I SCHOOL NEWS On Sept. 16 a special meeting was held at St. Joseph school with approximately 20 ladies of the parish to solicit and inaugurate a teacher aJde program. The volunteers were divided into groups of four, two mem- lx?rs for cafeteria supervision; ono for playground supervision and one for after-school playground supervision. The following are the teachers' aides at St. Josephs: Mesdames Allied Lirkteip, John Muehe, Clare Wingert, Wilfred Loebig, \Vin. Hrnbps, Franklin Bode, Harold Eischen, David Klein, Edward Johnson, Luke Youngwirth, Martin Hamilton, Paul Studer, Bnrnani Kunkel, Clarence Nelson, Wilfred Becker, Donald Hante, Lawrence Youngwirth, Gayle Sttirler, ami Mrs. Everett Ackerson. Molvin Anderson, regional supervisor from the State Department of Public Instruction, visited St. Joseph's school Sept. 28. Oct. -1, the faculty of St. Joseph's attended the Dioceasan Teachers' Institute, held at Heelan high school in Sioux City. - o - Mrs. Justine Becker returned home Oct. 4 from a week's visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Pat Baumann and family of Whittemore. The baby boy born to the young couple recently was baptized Oct. 3 in St. Michaels Catholic church at Whittemore and named Mark Mathew. Sponsors were Vernon Berte and Mrs. Arnold Kollasch, uncle and aunt of the infant. Mr. and Mrs. George Wellick, Natalie and Justine of Charles City were Wednesday evening callers in the parental R. C. Bauer home. The library board met Oct. 5 with Mrs. Clara Erdman. Vincent Eisenbacher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Al Lickteig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson and Sue, Mrs. Norbert Hllbert, Ed and Joe Eisenbacher and Mrs Teresa Berger attended the funeral of Mrs. Joe Smith, 82, at Buffalo Center Oct. 5. Mrs. Smith was mother of the late Rose Lickteig and the late Dorothy Eisenbacher. Mrs. Wifred Loebig entered Mercy hospital at Mason City Oct. 4 for medical care. Mesdames Lael Root, Clara Erdman, Minnie Bleich, Mary Weber, Mary Rockwood, Mary Bode, Stacia Richtsmeier, Marian Youngwirth, Helen Plathe, Mildred Studer, Bernice Vitzthum, Matilda Goetz, Maud Studer, and Hazel Studer were guests of the C. D. A. court at West Bend Oct. 4. Officers and post grad. regents of neighboring courts were also guests. Mrs. Luther Nygaard was brought home Wednesday from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had minor surgery. The baby boy, born Oct. 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps at Mercy hospital, Mason City, has been named Tedmund Joseph. Mrs. Krieps was brought home Tuesday and the baby Thursday. Methodist Youth Group Elects New Officers Officers of Methodist Youth Fellowship were installed at an impressive ceremony Sunday evening by Emily Nevitt, coun- sellor. Accompanist was Eunice Peters. Officers for the 1965-66 year are Glenn Tschetter, president; Pain Kees, vice-president; Sue Moulton, secretary; KathDarby- shire, treasurer; and sub- district representative, Glenn Tschetter and Phil Taylor. Algona Youth Council representatives are Judy Thomsen and Glenn Tschetter, The latter welcomed the new members. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Taylor, The MYF will hold a hayride at Call State Park Saturday evening, Oct. 16. Junior high MYF will meet Sunday at 5 p. m. with Mrs. Joe Tschetter, counsellor. Tom Ellefson and Janice Farrow will be in charge of devotions. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellefson and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Farrow. The MYF will also meet at 5 p. m. with all high school youths invited. Emily Nevitt will be in charge of the programs and will tell of her work among the Blackfeet Indians last summer. The WSCS luncheon and program started at 1 p. m. today (Thurs.) Mrs. James Andreasen will speak on "Living in a Space Age." Members of the Wesleyan Service Guild are invited to have luncheon at the church during their regular lunch hour. Cochairmen are Mrs. Wayne Smith and Mrs. J. B. Asa. First Concert Of Season Here Tuesday The Kossuth Community Concert Association presents a talented young French pianist, Jean-Paul Sevilla, as the first concert of the year Tuesday Oct. 19, 8 p. m., in the high school auditorium. After studying in Paris and spending time in military service, he started his career as a professional musician with a tour of Germany. Here he was proclaimed to be a "new star emerging." During the years 1954-58 he toured other countries of Europe and Africa and playing first in the United States in 19G2. Tractor Fire A tractor and plow owned by George Heinen caught fire at 7:05 p. m. Monday a block east of the Viking Oil station and local firemen were called to the scene to extinguish the blaze. Damage was reportedly slight to the tractor. Swea Class Play The Swea City high junior class play, under the direction of Mrs. E. Hanson, has been cast and rehearsal Is under way. Pat Phelps and Grace Crandall are co-directors with Doug Plngel and Colleen Ellott as co- producers. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" Titonka Stays Unbeaten Titonka's unbeaten Indians chalked up win number five, a 26-0 Homecoming victory over Nora Springs before a large crowd Friday night. Coach Red Burnett's club leads the State Line Conference at present. Squad members are, front row, left to right, Doug Schutjer, manager, Coach Red Burnett and Assistant Coach Don Sparks. Second row, left to right, Roger Akkerman, Alan Janssen, John Boeckholt, Mike Pearson, Denny Rafdal, Roger Wubben and Eldon Rike. Third row, left to right, Henry Mayland, Mike Schmidt, Ted Isebrand, Dale Bartelt, Darrel Glesking, Charley Trunkhill, Rus§ell Sleper and Greg Michaelson. Back row, left to right, Leon Pannkuk, Linn Roberts, Donovan, Giesking, Tom Kardoes, Devin Heyer, Bob Carroll, Steve Cosgrove and Glen Bartelt. Dale Bartelt counted two touchdowns on runs of 15 and three yards and added an extra point to lead the Indians past Nora Springs. (UDM Newsfoto) AHS, GHS Hit The Road For Friday Football Games All area football teams begin stretch drives this weekend rand three clubs, Algona high, Titonka and Armstrong - remain undefeated through five contests in 1965. Three games remain on each schedule. The three unbeaten teams share leadership in two conferences, with Algona, now 4-0 in loop play, tied with Webster City in toe North Central, and Titonka and Armstrong, both 3-0 in league action, share toe top of toe State Line standings. > Coach Jim , Hesshber^er's Bulldogs travel to Humboldt-this Friday night for a meeting :wito toe vastly-improved Wildcats, who have a 3-2 season mark on a 2-2 loop record. Humboldtwill be more than willing to bounce back from a 55-0 pasting by Webster City last Friday in an attempt to better its mark - so the Bulldogs will have to go all out to get a win that will keep them at toe top of toe loop. Titonka will travel to Gruver and a meeting with rugged Lincoln-Central, which has a 2-1 loop record, good, for a third place tie with Swea City. The Indians under Coach Red Burnett posted a surprisingly easy win over Nora Springs 26-0 Friday night - and following toe Lincoln- Central game Friday, will meet Armstrong in toe game that should settle the race. Meanwhile, Armstrong travels to Swea City for a meeting with the Trojans who tasted defeat toe first time this season Friday when Sentral downed them, 14-13. A win by Swea City would put Titonka in the driver's seat - IF the Indians get past the Gruver club. Garrigan's Golden Bears, 1-3-1 after a 13-0 defeat at the hands of Dubuque Wahlert Saturday night, travel to Carroll and a meeting with Kuemper, easy winner over St. Edmond of Ft. Dodge last Saturday. St. Edmond posted-'an earlier 7-0 verdict over the Bears, so the odds seem to favor Kuemper. However, Coach Beanie Cooper and crew will use every trick in toe bag in an attempt to regain toe sweet smell of victory. Garrigan is having trouble moving the ball consistently. With swift Dick Bleich capable of turning in rushing yardage and thrilling runs on pass receptions, the Bears still seem to need an up-the-nmkile runner who can bang out three or four yards when needed. And toe long passing attack is not present since Bill Reding, quarterback, broke his thumb and was put out of action in the second game of the season. Cooper is attempting to add balance to the attack - a move that will get victories, because the Bear defense is quite capable most of the time. The Hershbergermen are off to their finest start in three years. In 1962, Algona copped the North Central crown with a 7-0-1 season mark that included a 19-14 win over powerful \Veb» ster City. The team was tied in the final game of toe season. Starting slowly, the locals have picked up steam with each succeeding win - and with Dave Martin, Tom Fitzpatrick and Glenn Tschetter carrying toe mail and Mark Conn tossing to Dale Teeter and Co., toe club seems to have the ingredients that might give even Webster City a rough night. The Lynx, however, have scored 105 points in their last two outings - and are loaded with offensive and defensive power. Algona's defense is adequate. Algona will attempt first-to get past Humboldt Friday - THEN start thinking about toe Webster City fray. A contest with Eagle USED CARS Take Your Pick From These "Ready To Go" Vehicles 1964 PONTIAC Bonneville 2 dr. Hardtop, pwr. strg., pwr. brks., White with black interior. 1964 PONTIAC Catalina 4 dr. pwr. strg., pwr. brks., 5 new tires. 1964 CHEVROLET 2 dr., 6 cyl. straight stick. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500, 4 dr. Power, strg., power brakes. 1963 BUICK Le Sabre 4 dr. Power strg., pwr. brks. 29,000 actual miles 1962 CHEVROLET 4 dr. Sta. Wag., V8, auto, trans. 1962 BUICK Invieta 4 door. Power strg., pwr. brks., Air Conditioning. 1962 CHEVROLET Impala 4 dr. sedan. New tires, pwr. strg., auto, trans. 1961 CADILLAC 4 door, Full pwr., Air Conditioning. 1961 FORD Galaxie 4 door, V8, auto, trans.,. White with red interior. Grove will wind up the season. Sentral's Satellites will meet Woden-Crystal Lake -away from home this Friday. Sentral amassed 360 yards in its one point win over Swea City last Friday and seems to be off and running again after dropping a pair of games in a row. The club has a 3-2 season mark and is 2-2 in the conference. Algona's fresh-soph football team dropped a 19-13 decision to Eagle Grove here Monday night after trailing 6-0 at the half. The Bullpups rallied in the final two periods of action, but fell short as the visitors hung on to win. At halftime of the contest, the seventh grade squad tangled with the eighth grade reserves, with the game ending in a 0-0 tie. It was the first outing for the seventh graders under Coach Dick Schneider. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our most sincere and heartfelt thanks to friends, relatives and the sisters and nurses at St. Ann's for the floral and spiritual bouquets, cards and food; and everyone who helped in every way following the death of our beloved brother. The family of Francis McMahon. " (78*) FEDERAL RESERVE BANK examiners have just completed their annual examination and we always welcome their advice and suggestions. . -*^ —•» ^ -" «*->•-• •"•••r-V f :T - ' - -• - " " ' """ . ""•; *t"r Every day more and more people of our community find this Bank a good place to do their banking business, and here are some of the reasons: A sound locally owned bank with a ratio Capital structure of $1.00 to each $10.00 of Deposits, which is far above the average required. Our Capital, Surplus, Reserves and Undivided Profits gives us a legal loan limit sufficient to take care of any local needs. Our Officers total 157 years of local Banking experience, which is to your advantage and benefit. They know your problems and know how to deal with them. Most of the earnings of the bank are retained to build a Capital structure for your protection, and a small percent of the earnings are paid to stockholders. As at the close of business Sept. 1, 1965 1960 CHEVROLET auto, trans. 4 dr., V8, 1959 BUICK 4 dr. Hardtop, 45,000 miles. Red and White color. 1959 CHEVROLET 4 dr., itr. stick, 6 cyl., new tires. 1959 FORD 4 dr. S»a. Wag. V8, auto, transmission. 1959 FORD 4 door, 6 cyl., straight stick. 1958 CHEVROLET 4 dr., V8, auto, trans., very clean. MANY OLDER MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM Schultz Bros. Transportation Headquarters S. Phillips Algonq RESOURCES Cash and Due from Banks ... $2,132,384.56 U. S. Government Bonds 2,476,826.06 State & Municipal Bonds 688,461.40 Loans & Discounts ___ _ 2,594,263.22 Overdrafts ... . 1,789.05 S'.tock in Federal Reserve Bank 13.500.00 Ranking House 72,527.08 Furniture & Fixtures 20,125.77 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $ 150,000.00 .Surplus 300,000.00 Undivided Profits 241,589.04 Reserves 7,378.17 Total Capital Accounts 698,967.21 DEPOSITS 7,300,909.93 $7,999,877.14 $7,999,877.14 OFFICERS & DIRECTORS A. F. Agena, President & Director H. L. Gilmore, Chairman & Director F. I,. McMahon, Vice-president & Director E. J. Gilmore, Cashier Arlan Tengwall, Assistant Cashier Harold Cowan, Director L. E. I.innan, Director Clarence Mawdsley, Director David A. Smith. Director Member of the Federal Reserve System and Member at Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Nearly all of the cash dividends paid by this Bank go to local people and are spent and invested locally, This all makes for a good sound community Bank, work* ing with and for the local people. If you are not already a customer of this bank, come in and try us, you will be glad you did, Our thanks to all of you good people who are responsible for our Sound, Solid growth, We appreciate this and are here to continue to serve you,

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