The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 3, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 3, 1966
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4-Algena (lo.) Upp.r DM Melwt Thursday, February 3, 1966 Tony Curtis, Jerry Lewis Star in "Boeing Boeing" Algona Theatre, Sunday Basketball, Wrestlers Hit Road This Weekend BEWILDERED BY BEAUTY-Germany's luscious "love bomb," Christiane Schmidtmer cheers up Jerry Lewis while Tony Curtis gets most of the attention from French star Dany Saval and Britian's Suzanna Leigh. For the first time, Lewis and Curtis are teamed together in Paramount's "Boeing-Boeing," Hal Wallis' Technicolor adaptation of Europe's reigning stage comedy of the decade opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre. With Christiane Schmidtmer, Dany Saval and Susanna Leigh as the girls, the comedy also co-stars Thelma Ritter as the distracted housekeeper. "Boeing-Boeing" was directed by John Rich from a screenplay written by Academy Award-winner Edward Anhalt. Fashions in the film are the creations of famed international designer, Edith Head, with a musical score composed and conducted by Neal Hefti. TUESDAY NIGHT BB RESULTS BOYS Lakota 65, Lincoln-Central Britt 73, Corwith-Wesley 70 Swea City 52, TitonJca 47 Armstrong 59, Thompson 47 Rake 79, Sentral 67 West Bend 70, LuVerne 61 Twin Rivers 77, Rockwell City 53 Cylinder 74, Ruthven 56 GIRLS Lakota 78, Lincoln-Central 49 Armstrong 73, Thompson 58 LuVerne 60, West Bend 48 Rockwell City 64, Twin Rivers 33 Cylinder 60, Ruthven 52 Thurs. thru Sat. SATURDAY MATINEE 1:30 -2 BIG EXCITING FEATURES I SOMEONE'S GOT A ZOO LOOSE! e's a rjot In the streefe, an elephant | n the bathtub and a ZfJpA v-metrocoior PLUS 2ND THRILLING HITI Gunfighters of Casa Grande CINEMASCOPE and METROCOLOR Three basketball games and a wrestling tournament, all on the road, are on the slate this weekend for athletes from Garrigan and Algona high school. Coach Champ Martin will take his -*restllng team to Humboldt for the Sectional Tournament, which opens Monday, Feb. 7, Coach Howie Stephenson's Bulldogs will be shooting for a repeat win over the rugged Clear Lake Lions and a possible North Central Conference championship Friday night, and Coach Sere McCall's Golden Bears will travel to Granville and a meeting with Spalding Friday night, then to Carroll and a game with Kuemper Saturday night. - o - SHOOT FOR TITLE Stepbenson's team will put its 13-1 season record and 9-1 loop mark on the line at Clear Lake, which has a 10-1 conference record. Algona's lone loop defeat was at the hands of Eagle Grove, basement-dweller, 65-64, in the first conference contest of the season and Clear Lake's lone blot was put there by Algona, 69-58, here Dec. 17. The loss to the Eagles came in the third game of the year and the Bulldogs have roared to 11 straight wins since that time. A 12th straight victory Friday would put them in the driver's seat in the conference battle. Algona has outscored all opponents 318-275 from the field, has popped in 269 of 362 free throws to 192 of 309 for the opposition, committed 228 fouls to 250 and scored 905 points to 742, for a game average of 64.6-53. Leading the scoring brigade is Dale Teeter, senior, who Is also leading the loop in points. He has 330 points for a 23.6 average and now has scored 929 points as a varsity performer. Then come Craig Espe, 157, 11.2; Dan Merryman, 145, 11.2; Dave Walker, 133, 9.5; and Tom Claude, 50, 7.1. Espe, Claude and Bill Boldrioge are the raise , heck men on defense and-their . steals have set up many of the team's points through 14 games. - o - GHS PLAYS TWO Garrigan has not met either Spalding or Kuemper this season. Kuemper finished second in the recent CYO Tournament here and has a rugged clubunder the boards. Sun. thru Wed. FEBRUARY 6 - 9 ALGONA CONTINUOUS SUNDAY FROM 1:30 P.M. THEATRE COLOR HAL WOLLIS PRODUCTION Two nimble young men who juggle airline hostesses! They Keep one in the air, one on the ground, and one pending CHRISTWNE.SCHMIDTMER W SUZANNA LEIGH M THELMA HITTER (40 26-36) (34-21-94) The Bears grabbed third In the same meet and now have a 12-2 season mark which Includes wins in nine of the last 10 games. Garrlgan has banged home 372 fleld goals to 292 for the opposition, hit 201 of 336 free throws to 222 of 360, committed 314 fouls to 277 and scored 944 points to 824 by opponents, an average of 67.5-58.8 per game. Dick Muller, Junior, Is the top point producer for the locals. He has counted 262 points for an 18.7 average this season and has amassed 484 during his career. Other top scorers are Bill Reding 176, 12.5; DonPotthoff,167,11.9; Bob Smith, 100, 7.1; Brian LaBarre, 87, 6.2; and Dick Bleich, 76, 5.4. TO SECTIONAL Martin's grapplers wound up a 4-7 dual meet season with a surprising 25-16 victory over Osage in the finale Friday night, Jan. 28, In dual meets, Algona counted 212 points and the opposition 262, for an average meet score of 19.3-25.8. Leading the locals into tournament competition will be Dave Martin, senior 154-pounder who went through the season unbeaten after a draw In his opening match against Britt, and Tom Fitz- patrtck, senior heavyweight who posted an outstanding record. These two are seasoned tourney campaigners. Martin won the state crown at 145 and Fitzpatrick was second in the heavy- 200 Pay Honors, Golden Wedding, On Jan. 23 SENECA - Approximately 200 gathered at the St. John's Lutheran Parish hall, rural Ringsted, Sunday afternoon, Jan. 23, to honor Mrs. Verl Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hansen, of Ringsted on their 50th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Smith was mistress of ceremonies. Carmen Rovn sang "BlessThis House," Wiley Hansen, grandson of the honored couple gave a reading, "The Life of Willie and Sadie" after which Mrs. Gene Madsen sang, "Willie, Willie, Willie." with Mrs. Terry Hansen as accompanist. Appropriate readings were given by Mrs. Ella Nelson and Rev. Miller closed the program with prayer. Willie Hansen and Sadie Gangsted were married Jan. 26, 1916 at the farm home of Sadie's parents near Haifa, Iowa, attended by the bride's brother, Edwin Gangsted of St. James, Minn., and the groom's sister, Emma Hansen Gertsen, of Des Moines both of whom were present for the occasion. Guests were registered by their granddaughter, Marlene Smith, and the gifts were opened and displayed by their grandchildren, Mrs. Collene Owens, Mrs. Terry Hansen and Mrs. Don Hansen. The three-tiered anniversary cake was baked by Mrs. Russell Kauffman. Presiding at the coffee service were Mrs. Wilmont Edwards, Ceylon, and Mrs. Harold Jorgensen of Mason City, sisters of the honoree. Dining room hostesses were Mrs. Minnie Hoien and Mrs. George Hoien, both of Ringsted. Senecans in attendance in addition to the immediate family included Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Votteler, and Mrs. Nina Kracht. - o - SENECA PARTY Mrs. Calvin Vaudt was hostess and Mesdames, Everett Witham, Fred Johannesen, John Johannesen, Wayne Nyman Alvin Cyphers and Mrs. Ted Jensen, co-hostesses at a party held at the Vaudt home Sunday evening with the club members and their husbands as guests. The group wtU resume their regular meetings in March when they will meet at the Everett Witham home. - o - Mrs. Betty Moll and children of near Des Moines were recent weekend guests at the home of her parents, the August Nelsons. Nancy Fischer, who teaches at Barnum, spent last weekend with her parents, the Delmar THURSDAY thru SATURDAY ^ "Zebra In The Kitchen" at 7:30 p. m. only, "Gunfighters At Casa Grande" 9:10 only. Both features shown Saturday Matinee at 1:30 p. m. SUNDAY - "Boeing Boeing" 1:30 - 3:25 - 5:25 - 7:25 9:25. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "Boeing Boeing" - 7:15 - 9:15. Fischers. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Fischer spent from Monday until Thursday of last week at Des Moines at the annual Grain Dealer's Convention. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thompson recently returned from a trip to Corder, Mo., where they toured the Ozark Camper Plant. Enroute home they visited Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. Agnes Foley, at Burlington, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch were adult chaperons at the 4-H Junior Leaders tobogganing party Monday evening at the Etherington farm in Plum Creek township. Their son, Tom, is one of the county 4-H officers. Friends of Sp. 5 Roger Menz will be interested in knowing that he has been hospitalized in Helstad, Germany, suffering with hepatitis, since Jan. S.Rog- er, who enlisted in the Army was sent to Germany in April, 1964. His. wife, the former Carol Long of Armstrong Joined him there in August of the same year. Mr. and Mrs. James Nyman of Estherville were Sunday visitors at the home of their son and family, the Wayne Ny- mans. Shirley Ohnemus, who recently was graduated from business college at Mason City, has accepted a position at a Mason City Tent and Awning Company. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Krause drove to Cedar Falls Wednesday, Jan. 26, where they attended graduation exercises at the State College of Iowa. Their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Herbie Krause, was one of the graduates. She is teaching first grade in one of the elementary schools in Cedar Falls. Herbie, who is majoring in art, will be graduated in June, at which time he will also have completed several hours of post-graduate work. The Krauses returned home Thursday evening. LuVerne And IV-Bend Share Pair Of Games LuVerne grabbed the girls' game, 60-48, then West Bend came back to post a 70-61 victory in the boys' sontest at West Bend Tuesday night, LuVerne was in front all the way in the opener as Jane Hanselman led the way with 3 7 points. The Kossuth team led 16-11, 31-21 and 47-38 at the quarter buzzers. Elaine Smith topped the losers with 25 points. In the boys' game, the count was knotted 16-16 at the quarter and 30-30 at halftime before the home team took a 51-46 lead at the three-quarter mark. Lu- Verne remained in the running until 1 1/2 minutes of play remained, Doug Nelson tossed in 17 points, Eugene Hefty 12 and Rex Bristow 10 for LuVerne, while Bruce Balgeman, one of the best centers around, canned 36 for the winners. REASONABLE PRICES, good service, and quality printing are trademarks of The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. in Algona. 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TONES GROUND BLACK PEPPER 5 N.. 2 $| 9 7'/2oz "K^c pkg. 1 JL HUMPTY DUMPTYlCHUM Salmon MUSSELMAN'S M____| A £__ Apple Sauce . . COCK 0' THE WALK UNPEELE HALVES Apricots .... TALL J|0 2 M *im ^^^B ^^^^ ' No. 303 f ^^H ' cans Jfk Jr 0 6 No. 303 $1 I I I I I I FRENCH DRESSING... I oz. Bottle I9c Lb. Tin mmmmmmmmmmmm SUPER VALU ALQONA'S ONLY HQME.0WNEp SUPER MARKIT IWWHTWI ALGONA | Algona do.) Upptr D«* Mo!h*t-S I ttuittddy, February 3, 1966 I I | CARD TOURNAMENT I The Country Club cardtourna- I ment will begin Feb. 7 following I a seven o'clock dinner at the ! club. j • FAMILY DINNER I Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. I Archie Umbrel, Spencer, will 1 be three years old Feb. 6 and | a family dinner will be given | in his honor at the home of | his parents. In attendance will | be the grandparents, Mr. and I Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser and • Mr. and Mrs. Archie Umbrel, • Sr., Ayrshire, the great grand- I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert : Muckey, Mrs. Anna Umbrel, • Ruthven, and Mrs. Carl Dahl• hauser. I - o - I BRIDGE CLUB I | Mrs. Pearl Potter is enter| tainlng her bridge club Thurs| day evening. | -o- | HELD REUNION I A Crapser family reunion was I held last Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. [ Russell Crapser's at Waterloo. J Present were the parents, Mr. J and Mrs. Leroy Crapser, Mr. I and Mrs. Ellis Mains,"Maj. and I Mrs. Charles Crapser, Mr. and I Mrs. Richard Walker, Chester- I ton, Ind., and the respective | families. | -o- j MEETING HELD j The Plum Creek Women'sClub met Jan. 2G with Mrs. Delores Bode, assisted by Lorraine Campney and Leola Gardner. The lesson "Look at Convenient Foods" by Phyllis Kuhn and Joyce Keith. The next meeting will be with Marjorie Mawdsley. - o - MISS SIRES, 14 Jerri Joe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Sires, observed her fourteenth birthday Jan. 28 and had guests at a theatre party and refreshments were served at her home afterward. Guests were Debbie Will, Kay Bradford, Karles Klein, Doreen Mowers, Susan Pergande, Dale Metzger, Christine Groen and Lynn Buchanan. - o - THREE BIRTHDAYS Mrs. Amy Johnson entertained at dinner Sunday and had as guests her son Kenneth Wagner and the birthdays of Kevin, n, Calvin, 3, and Pamela, 12, were observed. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post spent Sunday at Des Molnes with the latter's brother and slster-ln- law, Mr. and Mrs. Maury White. Mrs. Post's birthday was observed. - o- CHURCH MEETINGS The Congregational Fellowship meets Feb. 3 for a one o'clock luncheon. Mrs. Lowell Smith Is In charge of the program. Methodist W. S. C. S. meets Feb. 3 for a one o'clock luncheon. The lesson Is "Chosen for Action." Chairman and cochairman are Mrs. Max Bartholomew and Mrs. Everett Barr. Women of the First Presbyterian church win meet Feb. 3 for a one o'clock dessert luncheon. Women of the First Baptist church are meeting Thursday afternoon. Hostesses will be Mrs. Paul Richardson, Mrs. Leonard Maasdam and Mrs. Don Puffer, DAN BRAY Jr., who attends St John's College atCoUegeviUe, Minn,, and Ws cousin, Pat Dowd, who attends Notre Dame, are spending their semester break at the Dr, paolej Brays, EMIL LOVSTAD returned home Wednesday from the University hospital at Iowa city where he, bad major surgery two weeks ago, Mr, fcpvste<L an employee for Modem Dry Cleaners, will be recuperating at home for several weeks before returning to his duties tbere,

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