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thurtdoy, January 6, 1966 Afflona, (la.) Upper D«* Mdta*«-13 Minnie Morris While many Minnesota Twins baseball fans were disappointed when the star attraction, shortstop Zoilo Versalles, the American League's Most Valuable Player in 1965, failed to make a scheduled appearance here Monday night, rookie first baseman Dick Reese, a personable 23-year old Ohioan, and Jerry Snyder of the organization's public relations staff proved quite entertaining during a session in the Algona high school auditorium. Versalles couldn't make the trip due to illness in his family in the Twin Cities, so Snyder, a fine speaker, and Reese, who stated he was making the first speech of his career, filled in admirably. Many young little leaguers from Algona were among the fans present. Featured was a 40-minute color movie of the 1965 World Series, shown for the first time in Iowa. The Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions clubs here sponsored the appearance of the Twins representatives. ,,, Snyder gave a rundown on the Twins, using wit at the proper times, and apologized for Zoilo's absence. Reese, originally property of the Detroit Tigers, and happy about it because he was "an Indian hater", was drafted by the Twins and has been playing,in the minor leagues most of the time since, with limited major league action. Preceding the program at the high school, a dinner feting the guests from the Twin Cities, was held at Charlie's Supper Club. The entire group at the dinner is shown above. Included around the table, left to right, are : Craig Smith, Snyder, Ed Gilmore, Dean Schlapia, George Allen, Bud Anderson, Mayor Bill Finn, Ray Langfitt, Oliver Carlson, 'Pat Montag, Reese and Bill Steele. Don Smith of the Upper Des Moines Is standing behind Reese. The others are members of ,.,'the sponsoring service clubs or news media. (Poundstone Studio Photo) LuVerne Boys Roll To 85-51 LuVerne and Meservy-Thornton shared a pair of basketball games at LuVerne Tuesday night. The home girls dropped a 68-42 decision and the boys roared back to take the finale, 85-51. Meservey - Thornton held quarter leads of 21-15,38-20 and 58-32 on the way to the win in the curtain-raiser. Jane Hanselman of LuVerne led all scorers with 35 points, while Colleen Obrecht of the winners notched 28. LuVerne took a scant 13-12 first quarter lead in the boys game, then upped the margin to 32-24 at halftime before zooming to a 59-33 bulge at the three- quarter mark. Eugene Hefty led Coach BryceWickett's Lions with 25 points and Doug Nelson got 20. Rick Siskow led the losers with 16. stall offense. The stall paid off as Boldrldge was fouled and hit two free throws, Waller punched home a lay-up and Espe added three free throws before Kalkbrenner hit the final points of the night. Clarion wound up with a 34-30 rebound margin, but Algona had an 8-1 bulge in steals and a 3-1 edge in blocked shots. Teeter got 13 rebounds and Waller four in a reserve role for the Bulldogs, while Kalkbrenner, who is quite a basketball player, got 11 for the losers. Espe and Teeter each gobbled up three enemy passes and Teeter, Boldridge and Espe each blocked a shot. Kalkbrenner led all scorers with 24 points, while Teeter topped the Bulldogs with 16. Merryman got 15 very important tallies and Waller and Espe pitched in eight each - with most of them coming just at the right time. The defensive play of both clubs was good. Bulldogs Nip Clarion* 56-48; »- '.•"••• ~i>'.'•'.:!• Iowa Falls Foe Here Friday Algona's Bulldogs appeared a little rusty after playing only one opponent since Dec. 10, but relied on their well-known stall offense and the outstanding work of Steve Waller, Dale Teeter and Craig Espe down the stretch to post a thrilling 56-48 North Central Conference win at Clarion Tue sday night. Coach Howie Stephenson's club, now possessing a 6-1 season mark, including four straight wins, and a 4-1 loop record, host Iowa Falls here in another big loop fray Friday night (tomorrow), then appear In a Coaches Clinic game at Spencer the following evening. A win over the Cadets Friday is a necessity if the locals are to remain in the thick of the conference struggle. 1 The locals led most of the way at Clarion, then had to put together a real old-fashioned rally during the final period to put the win away. Both teams were cautious - and cold - during the first round. Clarion held 2-0 and 3-2 leads before the locals went into a slim 4-3 margin with four minutes of action gone. Then, with Teeter, Dan Merryman, Dave Walker and Bill Boldridge finding the range, the bulge went to 13-5 before Clarion closed it to 13-8 at the buzzer. v The Cowboys cut the gap to 13-10, then it was 14-12 early in the second quarter before a sudden burst from Merryman and Teeter upped the count to 20-12. It was 20-16 and 24-17 before the Bulldogs took a 29-24 edge at halftime. A couple of times during the third stanza, Algona appeared to be pulling away - but the Cow- boys managed to come back after trailing by 36-29 and 38-31 and with eight minutes left were down only 38-36. A Clarion bucket at the start of the fourth quarter knotted the count and after Waller hit a nice rebound shot to make it 40-38, the Cowboys got another and it was 40-40. Then came the clinchers. Waller got another rebound - and stuck it in for two points, then Teeter hit to make it 44-40 before Mike Kalkbrenner canned one for the home club. Then Merryman canned a long shot before a Clarion free throw made it 46-43. A rebound shot by Teeter added two more to the Algona edge, but Clarion crept up and it was 48-46. Then Espe hit a free throw - and with 2:55 left,CoachStephenson called time and the club went into its Box score : ALGONA (56) Merryman Teeter Walker . Espe Boldridge Laws Waller Farnham FG 4 8 2 2 1 0 3 0 20 FT F 8-7 3 1-0 3 0-0 3 6-4 4 4-3 3" 0-0 1 2-2 0 1-0 0 22-16 17 CLARION (48) FG FT F Sann 2 2-2 0 Kalkbrenner 911-6 4 Rassmussen 2 0-01 McClelland 1 3-14 Ashpole 0 2-00 Mechem 2 7-54 Boyington 0 2-20 Smith 0 0-01 16 27-16 14 Algona's B-team got off to a 17-3 first quarter bulge and had no trouble gaining its seventh straight win without defeat. The Bullpups of Coach Keith Christie are now leading the conference with a 5-0 mark. Greg Betts topped the scoring with 15 points, followed by Dale Peterson with 12 and Rich Black with 10. Rog Meyer, one of the club's top scorers, sustained a cut Wrestlers Third, Osage of L m Algona high school's varsity —— —" ^" fcwllv high school's varsity wrestling team was left with one undefeated mat man after finishing third in the tough 4- team Osage Invitational Tournament Wednesday, Dec. 29. Dave Martin, 154-pounder rolled to the individual championship in that weight to keep his slate clean, and Clint Young gained Algona's other individual trophy with a win in the 138 Ib. division. The Bulldogs get back into North Central Conference action this Saturday night, Jan. 8, when they host Hampton here, with the B-team meet slated for 6:30 p. m., followed by the varsity get-together, A trip to Eagle Grove follows next Wednesday, Jan. 12. Snap-On Tools To Build New Central Plant The Ottawa, Illinois Chamber of Commerce in a joint announcement with Greater Ottawa, Incorporated revealed Monday that Snap-on Tools Corporation, one of the country's leading manufacturers of hand tools and automotive service equipment, will build a new central distribution warehouse and shipping center in Ottawa in 1966. The new facility, designed as a warehouse and off ice structure, will receive goods from Snap- on's four U. S. manufacturing plants and over 100 independent suppliers, Snap-on which maintains its general offices in Kenosha, Wis., is the largest independent dls- tibutor of high-quality hand tools and related equipment in the United States. It has been in business since 1920 and at present operates manufacturing plants in Kenosha, Wis. - Mt. Carmel, HI. - Algona, la. Toronto, Canada - and Mexico City. High Of 50, Low Of 4 In Post Week This area was treated to another short period of Indian Summer during the past week as the mercury, except for one dip to four above Jan. 3, hit highs of 50, 48 and 42. The high of 50 was registered Dec. 30. Only precipitation during the week was an inch of snow Jan. 2, according to the official weather station. By mid-morning Wednesday, cooler weather, blown in by a north wind, indicated it might get cold - soon. Here are the week's readings: H L S Dec.30 50 30 Dec. 31 48 27 Jan. 1 42 20 Jan. 2 19 17 1" Jan. 3 34 4 Jan. 4 36 :21 Jan. 5 - :21 TUESDAY BB RESULTS BOYS Algona 56, Clarion 48 St. John's 87, West Bend 44 Mason City 48, Clear Lake 43 Twin Rivers 55, Pocahontas 50 Iowa Falls 71, Eagle Grove 58 Buffalo Center 59, Belmond 57 Armstrong 63, Sentral 45 Lakota 47, Thompson 46 Ledyard 104, Burt 72 LuVerne 85, Meservey Thornton 51 MR. AM) MRS. John Hood are parents of their first son, John Michael, born December 29, 1965 at St. Ann hospital, weighing 4 Ibs., 4 oz. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hood. There is one other child in the family, Cheryl Ann. JUNE MCENROE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo McEnroe, has returned to Las Vegas, Nevada, after spending the holidays here. DIANE SMITH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Smith has returned to resume classes at State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. Their daughter, Sharon has returned to classes at Iowa University, Iowa City. SALLY STEELE, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Steele has returned to Cedar Falls, where she is a student at State College. MR. AND MRS. Les Foxhoven became parents of their first daughter when Sheila Lynn was born on December 30, 1965. She weighed 5 Ibs., 12 oz. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Les Kenyon and great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow. There is one other child in the family - C raig Steven. Garrigan Has Too Much For \ WARNING ! Big Alumni Outfit; 63 - 49 Garrigan's Golden Bears downed a beefy alumni lineup 63-49, in a benefit game before a large crowd here Wednesday .night. While the win won't offi- 'cially go into the record books, it was the seventh in eight outings ;.for Coach.Steve McCall's club !;this winter, \ Funds raised at the benefit ;will be used to purchase awhirl^pool bath for the athletic and physical education departments The 16-man alumni team showed spurts of sharpness that •kept the contest from becoming a complete rout - but the Bears, who had the services of quick Dick Bleich for only one quarter, had too much all-around ability and scoring balance for the grads. Muller led all scorers with 19 points, while Potthoff got 18 and Smith nine for the winners, " Loebach led the alumni In scoring with, eight points and rebounding with eight,- L^Roy Heinen actoed ; seven points and chuck Heinen ; and Lee Froehlich six each to 'the losers' total, • MuUer also led the Bears in 'rebounding with 11, while Reding got seven The varsity came up with 14 steals to 10 for the losers, with Smith getting five, Potthoff, Bleich and Denny Long two each, while LeRoy Heinen got three and Chuck Heinen two for the alums. Several shots were also blocked along the way, The Garrigan sophomores downed the freshmen, 59-36, after trailing through much of the first half. Muller and Preis- kown of the sophs and Winkel and Black of the freshmen each got nine points. PLAY TOMORROW The Bears get back into regular season action tomorrow (Friday) night when they travel to Pocahontas and a second meeting with Catholic, a team they defeated 62*54 with a last-half comeback Dec, 11. The following night, Coach McCall's club will host the rugged Bancroft St, John's team, which the Bears downed, 68*67, at Bancroft Dec. 4, Garrigan has scored. 474 points in seven games, an average of 67.7, while giving up 423 points, a 60,4 defensive mark. Box score : VARSITY (63) Muller Reding Potthoff Bleich Smith Long Ringsdorf LaBarre Becker Courtney Youngwirth Nitchals FG 7 2 8 2 4 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 26 FT 7-5 0-0 5-2 0-0 3-1 0-0 5-1 1-0 1-0 2-1 1-1 0-0 25-11 F 4 0 4 0 1 4 4 1 0 0 1 0 19 ALUMNI (49) S, Studer J. Studer C Heinen L, Heinen D, Heinen Loebach Becker L, Froehlich 0, Froehlich Elbert Bradley Rahm Hall Kollasch Smith FG 0 1 3 3 2 3 1 3 0 2 ' 0 0 1 0 0 FT 5-1 l-l 0-0 2-1 1-0 4-2 5-2 0-0 l-l 0-0 l-l 2-1 2-0 1-0 l-l F 2 0 2 I 1 2 I 2 0 2 2 I 0 0 3 TO ALLOW THE STREET DEPARTMENT CREWS TO DO A BETTER AND MORE COMPLETE JOB OF SNOW REMOVAL IN WINTER AND SWEEPING IN SUMMER, FOR SAFETY OF CHILDREN, THE CHIEF OF POLICE IS ASKING RESIDENTS TO REMOVE VEHICLES PARKED IN TRAVELED PORTION OF STREET. IN ADDITION, PERSONS WITH DRIVEWAYS OR OTHER OFF-STREET PARKING FACILITIES AT THEIR PLACE OF RESIDENCE ARE ASKED TO PARK VEHICLES THERE AT ALL TIMES INSTEAD OF ON THE STREET. VIOLATORS MAY BE PROSECUTED UNDER THE CITY CODE. AL BOEKELMAN ALGONA CHIEF OF POLICE Dies At Home Mrs. Minnie Morris, 85, pioneer Lone Rock lady, died at her home Jan. 4, at 12:30 a. m. She had been ill for several months and died of infirmities of old age. She was born Jan. 15, 1880 in Fenton township to Ernest and Louise Krueger. She attended school at Lone Rock; and on June 23, 1909 was married to Charles Morris at Whittemore. She lived all their married life at Lone Rock. Mr. Morris was a drainage contractor for many years and served as county supervisor for 19 years. He retired in 1955. Besides her husband she is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Jack Johnson (Vera), Gowrie, two grandchildren, three great- grandchildren, one brother, Albert Krueger, Fairmont, four sisters, Mrs. Emma Manus, Burt, Mrs. Louise Godden, Lom- pac, Calif., Mrs. P. M. Christenson (Clara) and Ruth Krueger, both of Lone Rock. She was preceded in death by two brothers, Will Krueger, Winona, and Ed Krueger, Roseau, Minn., who passed away last Friday, and one sister, Mrs. Will Christenson (Frances). Mrs. Morris was a life-time member of the Presbyterian church and United Presbyterian Organization. Family services will be held Thursday (today) at 1:30 p. m. at the Presbyterian church, Lone Rock, and public services at 2 p. m. with Ret. Albert Bulloch officiating. Burial will be in Burt township cemetery ftnd Garry Funeral Home In charge of arrangements. Pallbearers' ate Delmar Fischer, Milton Madison, Joe Culbertson, Robert Fortney; Merwin Marlow and Ralph Bierstedt. Slight Mishap. Two autos were slightly damaged here at 5:15p.m.Tues- day. Drivers were Sharon K* Mittleider, 20, and Richard A. Rlngsdorf, 31, both of Algona, and they collided at the Intersection of Roan and Lucas streets, with damage to the cars estimated at $65 by police who investigated. AIQONA AQUA-NET Hair Spray 68< Popular (pray ™f MHM0 and holding. K«»p* Hairdo talon btautlfvll 010 13«oi. •to. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8851 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Minnie' E. 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