The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 18, 1966 · Page 8
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No, Star Loop Tourney Opens At LuVerne Kanawha dumped Goldfield, 7154, In a girls game and Boone Valley got past Klenwne, 66-51, and Goldfleld belted Kanawha, 63-31, in boys action as play in the west half of the North Star Conference Tournament got underway at LuVerne Saturday night. Play in the meet continues all this week, with games slated Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at LuVerne, with the finals at CAL, Latimer, Saturday, be- ginnirtg at 7 p. m. Kanawha's girls were led to victory by Lois Stufflick, who canned 54 points, while Emmy Carlson topped Goldfield with 35. Boone Valley's Dave Berkness got 21 points and Klemme's Terry Kaduce 18 in the Boone Valley- Klemme fray and Lance Larson got 20 points to lead Goldfield to its win over Kanawha. Bob Zeigler led the losers with 16. LuVerne Gets Past Klemme 89-83 Friday LuVerne downed Klemme, 89-83, in a boys contest at Lu- Verne Friday night after trailing at the end of one quarterof action. Coach Bryce Wickett's club was down 26-20 at the quarter, then held leads of 45-43 and 66-57 at the half and three-quarter marks. Eugene Hefty counted 29 points and freshman Don Bristow 20 for the Lions, while Joel Back got 30 for the losers. It took "about 30 falls" before Ricky Anderson, 11, of Harlan, mastered his unicycle, a birthday gift last August 30. Ricky said he learned by balancing at the mail box and then taking off. Elected To Office Vicky Arndofrer, sophomore at Mount Mercy College, Cedar Rapids, has been elected secretary of the YCS (Young Christian Students). She is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Leonard Arndorfer, Wesley, Funeral For Johanna Hansen Held Friday Funeral services for Mrs. Johanna Hansen, 85, resident of Algona for the past 27 years, were held Friday at 2 p. m. in the First Lutheran church with Rev. Robert Lorenz officiating. Burial followed at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens and McCullough Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Harold Nielson, Charles Sorenson, George Heinen, Edwin Hunt, Glen Johnson and Al Sage. Mrs. Hansen, who had lived with Mr. and Mrs. John Grotte here for the past 2 1/2 years, died early Wednesday morning, Jan. 12, in her sleep there. She had been in ill health for some time. Born Sept. 30, 1880, in Denmark, she came to the United States with her husband, Chris, Mar. 11, 1911. They lived in Wesley and LuVerne areas until 1939 when they moved to Algona. He preceded her in death in 1946. Survivors include four daughters, Fran (Mrs. Art Wiese), Algona, Carrie (Mrs. Clarence Nielsen), LuVerne, Helga (Mrs. Harold Davis), Mason City, and Esther (Mrs. Paul Addy), Des Moines; two sons, Emil, Phoenix, Ariz., and Otto, Mojave, Calif.; four grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two sons, two brothers and three sisters. MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn in No. 2 White Oats in i January Beans WHITTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and lden Sun Feeds For top performance CO-OP gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants OUR NEW PORTABLE GRINDER NOW IN OPERATION Tele, 295.5614 295*7021 CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS - DURING WINTER MONTHS THE HUB CLOTHERS ANNUAL MID-WINTER CLEARANCE SALE Our ONLY Sales of the Winter STARTS WED., JAN. 19 SAVE ON MEN'S SUITS All From Regular Style - Drastically Reduced In Price FORMERLY PRICED AT $39.95 TO $85.00 MEN'S & BOY'S ALL WEATHER COATS Most With Orion Zip-Out Linings Boys Sizes — 8 to 20 Men's Sizes — 36 to 46 20%«« '42 MEN'S WOOL MEN'S WINTER CAPS With The Worst Of The Winter Still To Come 20%»ff DRESS TOPCOATS VALUES TO $49.95 '36 Entire Stock All At One Low Price MEN'S and BOY'S WINTER JACKETS 5O% Save Up To. .u Men's 36 to 44 - Boys 6 to 20 - in wools, nylons, corduroys, bench warmers — entire stock Sport Shirts for Men Sport Shirts for Boys Famous Makes All From Regular Stock: VALUES TO $5 VALUES TO $5.95 MEN'S WASH'N WEAR DRESS SLACKS Values Up to $5.95 Plenty Of Selection In Latest Styles VALUES TO $2.49 VALUES TO $2.98 $1.88 $2.38 BOY'S WASH 'N WEAR MEN'S SPORT COATS $18.88 Values Up to $3.98 DRESS SLACKS $2.29 WOOL, ORLON or FUR LINED Leather GLOVES $288 $388 $3.98 Values at $5.95 Values at All Items For This Clearance Sale — Our Only Sale Of The Winter Are From Regular Stock. And Carry The Nationally Known, Quality Labels That Mean Real Value . . . THIS IS THE TIME TO SAVE! Sizes 35 to 44 All From Regular Stock-Priced From LEUTrnggJUJTO \*^< ALGONA, IOWA ENTIRE STOCK OF SWEATERS . Men & Boys/ Pullover _ or Coat Styles SAVE UP TO ; . . , 50% (la.) Upptr D*t Metn«» Tuttdoy, January 18, 1966 Says 2138 Have Less Than 8th Grade Schooling Speaking at a meeting in Bancroft, last week, Dr. C. Edwin Gilmour, Iowa director of the Economic Opportunity Act, said that Kossuth county has been spending $350,000 a year in welfare support, and that in the county there are 2138 adults over 25 who have received less than an 8th grade education. On 4he basis of the county's population this is a pretty high percentage, and presumably came from census statistics. The meeting was sponsored by the St. John's Home School Ass'n., in the interest of learning more about the comparatively new Economic Opportunity Act. Dr. Gilmour was piloted to Algona in the plane of Gov. Hughes. The committee in charge of the meeting included Mrs. Francis Priester, chairman; Mrs. Joe Crowley, Mrs. Walter Fangman, Mrs. Jim Oliver, Mrs. Dean Kienitz, Mrs. Homer McCarthy and Mrs. Albin Kayser. Succumbs At Age Of 74 In Titonka Funeral services for Mrs. Alex Ezarski, 74, were held Monday at 10 a. m. at St. Patrick Catholic church at Britt with burial .at Forest City. Mrs. Ezarski died Thursday evening at the home of her daughter in Titonka. Born in Lithuania, as Patronella Jan- suskus, she came to this country when 18. She was married April 8,1910, in Chicago. They farmed until moving to Britt in 1929. Her husband died in 1962. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Arthur (Patronella) Bench, Titonka; Mrs. Florien (Emilia) Destival, Janesville; Mrs. Jake (Eva) Schutjer, Mason City; three sons, Joseph, Corwith; Adam, Kanawha; John, Dougherty; 23 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. Mary Danauo, South Haven, Mich. She was preceded in death by a son, Charles; a daughter, Mrs. Ben (Agnes) Pannkuk, five brothers and two sisters. Name Officers, Peace Lutheran At West Bend New officers for Peace Lutheran church of West Bend (Missouri Synod) have been elected as follows: . President of the congregation, Victor' Meyer; vice president, Tim Klein; secretary, Donald Hanselman; treasurer, Howard Struecker; financial secretary, Louis F. Schafer; board of trustees, Walter Bell; board of elders, Roy Buenger; board of education, Gordon Stuecker; and stewardship, Alvin Hanselman, Pastor of the churyh is the Rev. W, C, Ostermeier, * * * 57 YEARS RAILROADING Herman C. Jost, agent at the Rock Island Lines depot at West Liberty since 1948, retired this month after 57 years of service. He began work for the railroad at Stockton, Iowa and has held various .positions throughout the state for Rock Island.

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