The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 11, 1965 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 11, 1965
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12-AI06na, (la.) Upper DftiMotoM Thursday, Nov. 11, 1965 L. E. Kay, 57, Livermore Implement Man Killed 4 Hurt In Monday Crash Funeral services were to be held Thursday, Nov. 11, at 2 p. m. at Livermore Methodist church for Loreng Ernest Kay, 57, Livermore implement dealer who was killed Monday in a car accident near LeMars. After the rites at Livermore, the body will lie taken to the Wiltse Funeral Horn*-, Wayne, Neb., where further funeral services will lie conducted on Friday. Burial will also Iv at Wayne. Kay was killed \nd two other persons injured Monday afternoon in a crash near Ovens, four miles east of Le- Mars, on Highwa\ 3. Kay, who was alone, was driving one car, while the other was driven by Mrs. Johanna Miller, Marcus. Mrs. Miller and her son, Daniel, who * AS riding with her, were taten to St. Joseph's hospital, Sioux Cit> for treatment of injuries.. Mr. Kay was bom and reared at Wayne, Neb., and was a prad- unte of the Univtrsib of Nebraska, Lincoln. After his marriage tc Miriam Prescott at Wayne, U>e> resided in Omaha, Jfcb., and Chicago, 111., where Mr. Ka} was employee by Swift aiKi Company. In IMf he purchased thr John Dffrt Implement dealership at Uvermorr and tJ>c family moved here. M:. Ka> was « past president oi the Livermore Lions Club a past district g-overnor of the Lions and at the time of his deatr. was a Lions International counselor. He was a member of the Christian church at Wayne, Neb. Surviving are his wife, Miriam; and two sons, Rodger, a student at Arizona State University, Tempe, Aril., and Douglas, £ student at Iowa State University, Ames. Other survivors are his mother, Mrs. Anna Kay of Wayne, Neb., and one brother, Ben Kay of Sepulveda, Calif. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR BEANIE SAYS THANKS '' Nov. 1 Dear Sports Editor: The pads have been packed away for another year here at Garrigan and it's time to thank you for your fine coverage of our games throughout the past season. May I assure you that we appreciated It very much. We look at the past season as a success even though our record was not one to be posted as outstanding. We ended up with a 3-4-1 record but when one takes into consideration the competition we were playing week in and week out plus the fact that we lost five of our top men via the injury route, we feel that our boys did a presentable job. Mike Licktelg, leading ground gainer in the '64 season, was lost to us because of a back Injury even before the season began, Mike was followed by the loss of Joe Rlngsdorf, captain and leading tackier on defense a year ;ipo. Joe broke his leg in pre-sMSon practice. Bill Roding, .1 Ixn wp consider to be the best quarterback we have ever coached, broke his right hand in the first half of our second game and was forced to the bench for (lie remainder of the season. Bill li;ul over 300 yards passing and rushing at that time. This lad is only a junior, so we look for great things from him next year. Dick Rleich, our lending ground gainer who averaged over 125 yards a game in ttu 1 last six games, was unablo to play in our first two games because of a back injury. Bob Lucey, a co-capt. along with Ringsdorf and a starting tackle last year, was put out of commission with an operation before the season began. Last but not least, Gene Lickteig, our defensive middle linebacker, broke his leg in the middle of the season and of course missed the last pArt of the season. Our opponents amassed a total record of 42-19-4, with Mason Ot> winning the Big Six Conference, Eslherville riding on tor of the Lakes Conference and Austin Pacelli being ranked in the top ten in Minn. Against this type of competition, we feel that our boys, fighting the injury bug all the way, did an outstanding job. Thus year marked my eighth year as the head coach here at Garripaii. 1 believe this was their finest considering all things. I'm getting too old to make excuses for the old coach, but 1 feel these young kids did a bang-up job and I want you to know it. Thanks again for everything. Sincerely, Beanie Cooper HORNET'S NEST A hornet's nest, as large as a galvanized wash rub, hangs by only a twig or two in a tree In Maquoketa. Mrs. Grace Klinkel, who recently purchased the property where the tree and nest are located, plans having the bulky mass removed before it drops to the sidewalk. Ledyard lacks height but hos^r 61 eight lettermen LEDYARD — The Ledyard basketball team lacks height this year but coach Gary Johnson hopes the experience of eight returning lettermen will make up for the handicap. 1 The veterans are Craig Lloyd, Eugene Dontje, Derald Berg, Ron Johnson, Junior Bartolo, Richard Lloyd, Bill Johnson and Ray Govern. Ledyard had a 13-8 record last year and tied for third in the State Line Conference with an 8-5 mark. The schedule: Nor. 11—Wodrn-t r, »UI Llkt. hrrr NOT. 1£—Arnilroni tflrlii. thrrr. Nov. «—Lkkoli, here. Dec. S—Armtlronc. hrrr. Dit. 1— Llnroln-t rntril. thtrr. D*e. IU—Burl. here. Drc. 14—8rnlr»l. Ihcrr. Dec. 11—B»e« CIO Ihrrr. Dec. 1«—Tltotik* ((Irlll. hrrr. Dec. 3t*—BfciUTOd hrrr. Jan. 4—Burl. Ihrrr. jftn. *—Thornp»on. hrrr. J»n. II—Bturrofl Ihrrr. J*n. 14—Hakr. hrrr. Jan. li— Tltonki. Ihrrr Jan. IK—ToNfrmtrr Vournr*. Jan. I."*—Wporu-l r>ml l.iW i|lrltl. Ihrrr Jan. S«—Likolt. thrrr. Feb. I—Rlnitird. Ihrrr. Krb. *—Srnlr.l. hrrr GRID GUESSERS CONTEST BY OLD MAN MOSE A young lady from BurnsviUe, Minn., LuAim Halm, took first place in last Saturday's Grid Guessers contest. She had 19 games right out of the 20, and a close call on the one she missed. She picked Syracuse over Oregon State, which Oregon won, 13-12. The high game total for the week was 82, the Notre Dame- Pitt contest, and thereon hinged the next two winners, each with 18 games correct. Second place went to Merrill Walker, 915 E. Elm St., Algoua, with a high game total of 65 and 18 right. Third place went to Eldon Duncan, Jr. of Fenton, also with 18 right and a high game total of 62. Honorable mention went to Jim Meyer of Fenton with 18 and a high game of 57, Judy Everds of Allison, la. with 18 and a high total of 55, and Bob Henderson, 721 Park Ave., Algona, with 18 and a high game of 54. The Honor Roll with 17 right included Bob Williams, Mrs. Merrill Walker, Sara Chrischilles, Pat Nugent, Dick Thoresou, all Algona; Nicky Mueller, Fenton; Allen K. Christensen, Oska- Joosa; Mrs. Harold Rost, Fort Dodge; and Arnold Andreasen, Minneapolis. The Mourner's Bench is occupied for the week by Gary Kunkel, 302 E. North St., Algona, who had nine right and a high game of 49. The largest group of guessers had 16 right - too numerous to mention, including Brecksville, Ohio and other points. Tuesday's UDM had the fresh lineup for this week; same rules, same awards; and the same upsets to expect. Good luck! *m£<'' L* ' \LtSr. 1 . •• K'^%*?-' Four [*rsons were injured at 5:15 p. m. Monday when the auto shown here collided with a tractor three miles east of Swea City on highway 9. Driver of the auto was Louis F. Boelme, G5, Fairmont, while William T. O'Donncll, 20, Lone Rock, was driving the tractor. Both 'vehicles were headed west and considered totally demolished by Patrolman Charles Bird and Deputy Sheriff Larry Hudson who investigated. Mr. Boelme sustained a broken leg, his wife, Laura, 66, a broken arm and lacerations, Mrs. Asa Gardner, 62, a passenger in the auto, undetermined injuries, and O'Donnell, a bruised arm. The Fairmont persons were taken to a hospital there, while O'Donnell was treated by a doctor and released. A complete story will be found elsewhere in today's UDM. (Photo by Larry Hudson) •' ' ~ ' "*<** "•' - •* 't*-^** Place First Mrs. Charles Hartwig, the former Pat Schneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul'Schneider, Algona, was a. member of a vocal trio which placed first in the district RAVE contest, held at Garner recently. The Hancock county trio will participate in the state contest at a later date. Placing second in the contest, strictly for amateur entertainers, were the K. E. Kiilsholm family of rural Algona. Varsity Athletes Getting Ready For Season Openers Winter sports drills continued this week at Garrigan and Algona high school as basketball squads both places and wrestlers at the public school prepared for season opening events - which are now close at hand. First up on the varsity slate is a meeting of the Algona Bulldogs and Emmetsburg E-Hawks in what should be a whale of a basketball game at Emmetsburg next Tuesday evening, Nov. 16. The next night, Coach Champ Martin's grapplers will host the always-tough Britt matmen in the local gym. Jvihior %rsity 1 a'ctioii and the varsity meet will I follow junior high activity between the same schools in the afternoon. Under Coach Steve McCall Garrigan's basketballers open their season at home, with the powerful Ft. Dodge Dodgers coming to town Tuesday night, Nov. 23. Coach Howie Stephenson's Bulldogs travel to Swea City and a meeting with the pesky Trojans Friday night, Nov. 19, and the grapplers host Estherville here the following night, Saturday, Nov. 20. From then on, the winter months will ~be filled with activity for area sports fans. Garrigan has an 18-game slate, the Bulldogs meet 17 foes and the wrestlers have 12 dual meets slated, not counting tournament appearances. Stephenson has five lettermen, McCall and Martin each have six - so each coach has a veteran nucleus around which to build. Reserves from last year, now moved into varsity competition, are expected to push some of the letter winners for jobs on the three squads. Basketball lettermen at AHS include Dale Teeter, Dan Merryman and Dave Walker, seniors; and Craig Espe and Tom Claude, juniors. Lettermen wrestlers are Dave Martin, Tom Fitzpatrick, Larry Muuger, Tom Samp, Don Camp and Clint Young. Martin is a returning state champion, while Fitzpatrick was second iu state competition. Garrigan lettermen are Dick Bleich, Don Potthoff, Joe Ringsdorf, Bob Smith, Dick Muller and Bill Reding. Of the six, all are working out, except Reding, who is not fully recovered from a fractured thumb sustained during the football season. Both basketball teams have their leading scorers from last season back. Teeter led the Bulldogs with 471 points and a 21.4 average, highest in modern history here, while Pottlioff topped the Bears with 301 points and a 13.7 average per game. The high school won 12, lost 10; Garrigan won 10, lost 12; and the wrestlers had another top-flight year with a 10-3 dual meet record. Steve DeGroote Of Twin Rivers Named All-Loop Steve DeGroote, rugged senior Twin Rivers high school end, was one of three Twin Rivers Conference football players selected on both the offensive and defensive all-loop teams named this week. DeGroote landed an e)\d'pp$8 tlon on the offensive unit and a JUTlliXl'I'k' 111 "!!^^! 11 ' VlUl'Ji' 1 ' 1 !'-^ spot In the line on Doug--Log-us—joined teammate— DeGroote on the defensive unit. The 175rib. sophomjre w^\ named in the backfielci. Three Twin Riyets players,^, Ed Miller, Jim CQJlfhs and DaUp Frederick, were '"on the honor-i'j able mention list. • g Mike Anderson, Albert City •$• Truesdale, and Don VanGorkorr#' Rolfe, were others named to positions on both loop clubs* Other first team offensivepei> formers selected were Randy Junkman, Manson, Paul Toplin, Gilmore City - Bradgate, Tim Miller, Albert City-Truesdale^ Ron Sandvig, Laufrens, Allen" DeWall, Pocahontas, .Dennis \. Ricklefs, Gilmore Cit'y-Bradgate, Tom Deacon, Laurens, and Joel Peterson, Manson. Other defensive specialists 5 ' were Craig Jolliffe, Laurens, ^ Ed Hawkins, Rockwell City, John 'Wenell, Albert City - Truesdale^ " Ken Schriber, Gilmore City Bradgate, Jerry Johnson, Manson, Brian DeWall, Pocahontas^ and John Rickard, Rolfe. Corwith Banquet To Hear Twins' Oliva & Quilici Frank Quilici, second baseman for the American League, Minnesota Twins, and outfielder, Tony Oliva, also a Twins player, will be the honored guests at a banquet to be held in the Corwith school gymnasium at 6 p. m,, Tuesday, November 10. ' Following the banquet, the hon- ored .guests, Frank Quilici and Tony "Oliva, will show some film ajtid comment on games of the past season. It is hoped that _and answer session. TCSX^MS ( f ARM EQUIP. 3B3 m m EiVVS • • ET" ' * • SSS P5=V«% ' • • MB i A =S5 USED MACHINERY Continental Rotary Stalk Cutter, like new $325 Continental Rotary Cutter ... $295 Wood Bros. Cutter $195 Humboldt Hammer type $85 Brady Hammer Type — $265 Case Rotary Cutter $295 Humboldt Rotary Cutter $295 FORD mtd. Picker w/IHC mtgt. $1395 E MM PTO Shelter $895 E MM PTO Shelter $995 445 M-M Tractor $1495 B John Deere $445 UBM-M w/llve power & live hydi. $1445 '58 MM 5 Star w/LPTO PS & LA. $2395 1948 UM-M $695 1947 U M-M w/hyd. & New Tlrei — $895 1946 A JOHN DEERE -. $295 Auger Wagon $165 3-16" Oliver Plow $395 4-16" Oliver Plow $545 Holder Auger Box with cover _, -_ $345 Meyer* 42 ft. Elevator $295 Owatprtna 44 ft. Elev. $395 BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main ALGONA 887,000 times a week people use the Yellow Pages to find Hardware Capt. Ronald Amundsen located the magnetic north pole in 1906. Coral snake bites are fatal in about 20 percent of the cases. Tickets are on sale now for this banquet by members of the sponsoring organization, the Corwith Merchants Club. Only a limited number of tickets will be sold, and ticket sales will end Saturday, Nov. 13. No tickets will be sold at the door for the banquet. All proceeds, after expenses will go to the Corwith Youth Fund, as this is a special request of the Minnesota Twins. A.H.S. Debaters Win 7, Lose 5 Eight members of the Algona high school debate team, together with debate coach, Mr. John Vint, attended a debate tournament at Worthington, Minn. Saturday, Oct. 30, debating on the subject of: "Resolved-That the federal government should adopt a program of compulsory arbitration in labor management disputes in basic industries." USED MACHINERY TRACTORS 5 - Cheap Tractors - MM-Z j IHC F-20;MM-Z ; JDB, JD-A- Your Choice at $75. AC'S (several WC's, WD's and WD-45's) IHC - Model "A" Tractor IHC - 350 Diesel - 1948-Clean. JD 50 tractor with 45 loader, combination manure and snow buckets *"" M-H (We have 2 Model 30's 1-101 Jr.; JD-B - JD "A" Ford 8N. Oliver - 88 Diesel Tractor Oliver - 770 Gas tractor TRUCKS 1953 Ford F-700 Tandem Truck, with auxiliary 3-speed. 1961 Dodge 1 -ton Truck, Model 250, with flat bed and stake rack. 1952 G.M.C.W 455 tandem truck, aux. transmission with Rex 6 yard concrete mixer with engine drive. Several cheap pickup trucks and 1/2 ton trucks - Some with combination boxes. CMC - 1960-V3503 truck - tractor-clean. COMBINES Oliver 18 PTO combine, complete MH No. 60 PTO combine Case - 6A-Hume Reel-Good and Cheap. PICKERS New Idea - Super Picker with Mtgs, f6r~~lHe~~M~ tractor .-"' Picked about 300 acres - Good. New Idea No. 20 2 row mtg. picker with Oliver 710-880 mountings $375 Ford 2R mtd. picker for ACWD $375 Several cheap pull pickers and • snappers. MISCELLANEOUS David - Bradley Chopper, with loader. • Gehl Stalk Chopper, with loader. Wagons - Boxes - Some combination boxes, hoist and gears- Forage Box complete. Ford gas engine with pulley.. $99 Continental Stalk Shredder - New Hammers Oliver Pull Plows - Three and four bottom. CALL OR WRITE JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona, la. 295-2421 (85) The local teams composed of Glen Tschetter, John Snyder, Carol Sloniker, Paul McBride, Barb Medin, Barb Wicks won seven events and lost five against competition from other schools composed of mostly experienced debaters. The team of Ann Bohannon and Cheryl Rusk were awarded certificates for excellent debating. WIRING Connected or Corrected ! UTT "JIM UTT" ;; ELECTRIC Phone 295-2J22S CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all the friends who brought food, cards, and memorials at the time of Lloyd's Dad's death. The Lloyd Sunde family. (85) WE WILL BE OPEN THANKSGIVING DAY FROM 11:30 A.M. TO 2 P.M. 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