The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1960 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 8, 1960
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•srnrrfgjr 8 ^ |, Op Regular From Last Year At Garrigan A total of .40 sophomores! juniors and ' seniors , reported to tipaeh Leon Vann as-basketball practice began ,at Garrigan high school, Monda'y af terno&n."' Coach Vahh will be .'assisted by Assis^ tant Coach Bea'nie CoOpef, who will be .freshigttph 'coach. 'The Golden Bears, who open their season Saturday night, Nov.-26 "when they travel to' Mason City for a meeting wiih St.' Joseph's, have five lettermen from ItfSf, year's fine team on the roster this ^season. They are Oscar Froehlich, Dick Heinen, Lyle Loebach,' John ' Fandel and Art Becker. Vann lost .four lettermen, Chuck Heinen,. ,Moe Fickbohm, Howie Thilges and John Loe- .bach, all starters, through gra'- duation'last Spring, and it will . be some time before a probable starting five will be'shaped up. Three changes in the previously announced basketball schedule have been made. Meetings with St, Joseph's of Mason City, slated here Nov. 26 arid there'Jan. 14, have been reversed and Twin .Rivers has, been added to .the slate Jan. 17 ( giving the Bears a' 15-game schedule, plus- 1 turna- ment games later. Here is the complete schedule: Nov. 26—Mason City St. J6e, there. : AI-H> • ..' Dec. 3—Carroll Kuemper, thdre. ' ' V • '!::'•' "' ' •' • ; D6<J.f i 9-i-PocaHqhtas Catholic, here. . - t .' ' . . > Dgd. 18—Bancroft, St. John's, there.. ' • • ;• '!• i'.l Dec. 16 <— Mason City , Holy Family, there. Dec. 21 — Emmetsburg Catholic, there." ' Jan. 7-^Fort Dodge St. Edmond, here.:, ; ;' ,' Jan. 13—Bancroft St. John's, here. ' Jan. 14—Mason City St. Jo^, here. Jan. 17—Twin Rivers, : here Jaji. 20—Pocahontas Catholic, Ihdre. ' ,; -7 :'._' '•• V , :} '' '.; "' Jan. 22-29—Diocesan Tournament. ' •'•' Feb. 3— Emmetsburg Catholic, here. fab.: . 4—Mason City Holy FarnUy, here. '., ' '•. •, Feb. 11—Remsen St. Mary's, here. ' Feb. 17—Ft. Dodge St. Edmond, there. Feb. 20—Sectional Tournament 1 Garrigan -fans will . have to, travel a lot before Christmas to watch the Bears play, as only one home game is on tap before the holidays, However, the form will be reversed beginning Jan; 7 as the Bears will have seven home games and two away with the exception of tourney action Ringsted .Cage Team Has Four Starters Back Hingsted — Ringsted boys and girls have begun basketball practice for the 1960-61 season, John Manson is again at the helm of the two crews. The schedule follows: Nov. 15 — Gruver, here Nov. 15—Burt, there Nov. 29—Armstrong, here Dec. — 2—Swea. City, here Dec. 6—Graettinger, there Dec. 9—Sentrak. there D ec . 13—Ledyard, here Dec. 16—Lakota, here . Dec. 23—Titonka, there Jan. 6—Thompson, there Jan.' • 7--Gruver, there Jan. 24—B,m1, heye Jan. 27—Armstyonff, there Jan. 31—Rake, there Feb. 3—Swea City, there Feb. 7—Cylinder, here Feb. 10—Sentral, here Four first stringers of the boys' team reported. They are Pete Smith, Dennis Hewett, James Petersen, David Hansen, all seniors. They had 8 recpyd, O f 16-6 last season, Three senior girls' veterans have reported for practice, DeEtta Watson, Pat Killeen and Linda Glasnapp. 15-Man Lakota 5 Leftermen Squad BB Workout* Lakoia — the boys basketball coach, Jerry McMullcn, reports the following are out for basketball this season getting ready for the first g^mj w^ich wUl b§ &t Gruyer Nov. 11. "•* Seniors are Jphn Cordes and, Ivan Sunde, juniors, Clare Barrett, karry Pecker, Paul Gcilcn- GRID GUESSERS CONTEST By OJ' Man Mose >, From a peak a week»ago wiih many'guessers coming near to having all right, Grid Guessers last Saturday > fell to a new 16w Jc-ial corredt as, the 'favorites failed to come through. - '" v 4 f , • . t _, , Mrs Qrvaie ^inden of "Algona was'-the 6nly, entry ..with 14 right out of 20, and she won first place money. Second place with 13 correct went to Joe McGuira of Burt,- with SO fc* high game total. A/sleg behind,was Elde^i Meyer-of , Ottosen with 13 right'And-a high game'total of 51. High game actually was Deivre* vs. Air Force, 36 to ft- ," Honor Roll spots go to Grille Kinden'fe Merrill,Walker, A. 1 ? 0 "?.', ? nd , Mrs Martin Meyer. Ottosen, all wilh'^3 right ; but a hitle-farther away on their high game totals. . A hundred or more entries came up wiih 12 picked correctly. , • Mourner's Bench position for the week goes to Mauieen K&vanaugh of Whittemore who wound ub with 5 games right out of 20.' , ' , Another big list of games for next Saturday oh ihe Football Contest page in today's paper, same rules, same cash pmes, so get your, ear to the ground. •' • ; • i feldt and Kent Grezema, sopjio- mores',' Charold Barr'et't, J Dick Cushman, Jim Rose, Klirt Rusher, Robert Sunde and David. Sleper, freshman, "Ma'ry|n Rippentrop, 'Tommy Neu^ianJ and Robert Peterson. Louis Lappe will be the manager of the team. Swea City Puts Six Players On All-Loop Team Swea City placed six players on'the State Line all - conference football team at a recent meeting of conference officials. Armstrong and Titonka werp next in line with two players each on the nll-conferenc^ team vyhile Burt placed one; ; Swea City won the State. Line championship with a 6-0 record and Armstrong finished imnnerup with a 5-1 record. Alt-Conference Selections (First Team) B — Gary Snyder, Swea City. B-Terry Holm, Armstrong. B — Jim Cecil, Armstrong. B— Jim Elliott, Swea City. E— Gary Larson, S,wea City, E— Doug JCrantz, Titonka. T— Alan Mather, Swea City. 2WGeorge Cunningham, Titonka. G— David Rasmussen, Burt. G— Tom Diaz, SWea City. C~T-Mike Stewart; Swea City. (Second Team) B— Doug Smith, Rake. ,' B — Ken Lockrem, Thompson. Br-^Dennis Monspn, Thompson! B— Gary Schumacher, Armstrong E— Terry Bredeson, Rake. E — Dennis, Sentral T— Mawjce S^thoff, Titonka, BURT By Mrs Al Hinekley Carlson, G— Bill japioft; Arrnstrpng, Q— Pawl piederstjfl, Armstrong. Hpnorable .Mentipn; Hacks: Bill Hubbard, '• fiwe» ,,Gity; Daryle Pre?ton, Senjrsi; Dick McGuire, Titonka; Rtfdney Hinch, Titonka. Ends: Roger Conway, Swea City; Lowell C a s s e m, Armstrong. Tackles:' VaVSlM W$»W>, ?$$'•.' Myron ^ur^^'t,, Swea Cily. Gua.rds: pon Gigler, Titonka; VeVna! ; GuHoVd/ Rake. Center: Darrel. Schmidt, Sentral. . Burt folks attending the 'wedding j)t Ladora Peter, daughter of Mr and Mrs j Albert i Peter, ,at •Staples, Minn. Oct. 23' were Mr and ^Irs . Augju^. Bernau and Deanifa 'and SKei'i'yi ''Mr* Sad Mrs Lawrence Presthus and Nancy. Arnong alumni • mehibers corning to Burf for Hpniecoming activities the past .weekend were Shirley Schwieter't, ; Ames, Parn Andrews, Jeanetta " Linda .Stenzel, Des Moines, JJ, D. Andrews, Indianola; Bdyd'Shep- ler and Donna Teeter, Mankato, Mr a,nd Mrs John Thompson, Fayette, Miss Nadine Foi^tna, Home EC. teacher at' Mahkatb State Teachers College. Garry Lee. Davis, Jerry Koestler, Omaha, Carilyn Hincktey, Sioux City, Mary McGuire! Fort Dodge. Nine members of the Burt Past Matrons Club enjoyed a days outing in Fort Dodge Thursday. Making the trip were Lillian Fredrickson, Lefio McMullen, Mary Jean Andrews, Ethel Dremmel, Ruth Alice Patterson, Beth Miller, Trella Patterson, Geneviene Graham and Lulu H^wcott. •• Rest Are Green , "S. f I ' ' .Fourteen, eager cagers, featuring 1 a combination of veterans and uhtried youngsters, feported to t Coach Howie Stephenson at Algbna high ,school last "week, as basketball practice 'sessions -for thfc 1980-61 season got underway. Fiye leiiermen, inbluflihS^ 1 four- of last year's si'aSrMs, * ar£ 'expected to form .the nu-> clou's of the club which will play a 17-game schedule., Eourteen of the games are> ( North • Central Conference frays, beginning with Iowa Falls in the local gym Tues- , day night,; Nov. 22. •. Seniors B6b "Percival, Gary Peer,'Len Funk,"-Larry Klein, fetternieri, .'Dean-;Willrett and Deling W a ^ er ! 'juniors Chuck Streit, letterman,- and Lynn Kueck;,and Sophomores BillWet- z'el/l'om Waller, .TVTaynard Shackelford,' Rich HutcHins, Dick. Pratt and Jdck Williams make up the, squad roster at' the present time.? „' * -,\ '. , \ ^, ' Assistant Coach Jim Hershber- gdr, hvho will handle the fresh- soph, team, will assist Stephen- soh; With the varsity two .nights a w t eek and-wi,ll work With Keith Christie; freshman coach, the jestj of the time.'' '' "' ''*';' „ One-of 'Stephenson's -main dihis will be to find a scorer to replabd Jerry Cowan, tap point-maker on the -team -last season.' However, Percival,,Peer'.and StreiVare"ex- pected to tak$ 'up - much, of the slack; " , r i r '; > , t v Here is the season .schedule: Nov. 22—Iowa, -Falls, here Nov. 2J\-H3mmetsburg r hgte Dec. '2-j-Eagle GfoveJ fthere' Dec. 'S—Swea City,''Here l Dec. 16-i-ItBrnpton, there Dec. 20—Cleaiv Lake, here , Jan, 6—Clarion, here. w : Jan. 13—Iowa Falls, there - Jan. 20-^-Eagle Grove, here Jan. 27—Humboldt, tHefe Jan, 28—Webster City, here Feb. 3—Hampton, here Feb. 4—Estherville, there Feb. 10—Clear, Lake, 1 there 1 Feb. 17—Clarion,' there The Emmetsbu|g, Swea City and Estherville Cofttest aife non- cjjnfejence. : :"'••'•': ...''''• • According to Goach Stephen- s6n, it is probable'Iowa Falls, Webster Qity and GlaVioh Shbuld be th^ teams in the loop to bfeati while! Cleaf Lake might be a "dark : horSe Bntry. He Withhold comrrientr on his club's .chances pendihg further practice sessions. Engagement Of LiiVerneGirl Dec. Dec., '9—Humboldt, here r LuVerne— Mr and Mrs D.can Bovvman of A'lgo'nri, ! ..toi l m6rly:Lu'- Verne, announce th6 engagement and; .approaching marriage: of their daughter Myrha Larimer. Algona, to Donald Cook pf Des Moines. He is the son ofstlielatfe Mr and Mrs E. B. Cook of Uhioh- ville, Mq. The service will be read Salufday, Dec. 17 in the LuVerne ..Zion Ev. Lutheran Church with Rev. Allen Rudow officiating. Hospital Report' Mr and Mrs John Bockes wfcnt Saturday^9 Chicago to visit his brbther Harold Bockes, a surgical pattent in a hospital there. , Mrs'Georgia Smith underwent surgery TUesday at University hospital In Iowa City. She has been a'patient there the past ten days.' Mrs Jessie Stripling . was admitted to the Lutheran hospital Fort Dodge Sunday for treatment. Have New Daughter ' Mr and Mrs Andy Ramaeker are the parents of a seven pound, seven ounce daughter born Oct. 28 at Mercy hospital .in Fort ti>od- ge. They n6\v have a family of five girls ahd four boys. Relative Passes --Mrs Verne Daley, her mother Mrs R. J. Leigh, brother Marvin of Algona, her sister Dorothy Leigh, Humboldt Went Friday to Winncbago, Minn., to attend the funeral of an uncle John Gray, 81. Mr Gray lived in Kossuth nnd Humboldt counties'when a young man. Birthday Honors ., About 106 guests were registered Sunday, Oct. 30, to honor the eighty-second birthday of Mrs Nellc Biegger at an open house. Welcoming the guests with Mrs Biegger were her son-in-law and daughter, Lenoro, Mr' and Mrs Lawrence McDormott, Michael and Patty of Thor. Not present Tuoidoy, Nov. 8, IftAO Uppff Pw were her Sbft and law, Mr and Mrs fidve Coquille, Oregon who Sent two tiozen, red roSes fOT the occftsion, Mrs Biegger rec£ivfed gifts iihd to tfarfls of congri^tulaiions. Mrs Victor NexVton, Clarion, Mster of the late Frank Biegger boured. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs Marshall Claricy, Hardy, Mrs Albert Hefti and Mrs Edwin Hefti, LuVerne. A Dinner etid meeting of ih«£ fort pbq|4 BisWd Churchrrtan-- ship IftitTOte was held Monday;; feveftihg at the Webster City, MStWbdist church. Auendint* from LuVerne were Rev. amf Mrs Worthie Usher, Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, Mr and Mrs Al* Vin Weber, Raymond Nelson, Jambs Trauger, Mrs Edward Lindebak and Mrs Sylvestef- Brace. « ENDS fONITE (W6D.) " Thurs. Thru Sat, 2 BIG EXCITING FEATURES Coming to the Algona theatre Sun. thru Wed. Robert, Presicirt and j,Dqrofhy McGuire star as the husband and wife who encounter''marital difficulties in ;Warner :Bros/ Technicolor comedy ; drama. "The Dvk at the Top 'of Ihe'Stairs," opening Sunday, at th^AJgo'na Theatre.] •.-•'•'• \ ti-.-'t-rt , ,'i TT~—.-' i '.*v- i (I '•—'•) ' 1 i'i '? r ~ ~— •• —~—^— SHQW FRJDAY:A7;iT:15 ALGONA YOU'RE TOO EAGER TO SAY "I WILL!" you're THE BIG PARADE OF COMEDY! 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That's why owners are Rambler's best salesmen. • Beautifully New —Tried and True • See the First Cushioned Acoustical GeiHng of molded fiber glass that cuts road noise 30% t First Die-Cast Aluminum 6 engine block » Top Resale Value consistently prayed, by Official Used Car Guides. FOR '61 STRONGEST GUARANTEE IN AUTO HISTORY 1. On all new Ramblers, Ihe former standard warranty ol 90 days or 4.000 miles is extended to 12 months or 12.000 miles, whichever occurs first. This'warranty does not cover tire and battery replacement covered by other warranties, nor normal maintenance. 2. New Ceramic-Armored Muffler and Tailpipe are further guaranteed against defect for the life of the car as long as the original buyer owns it. In 1884, the lirst private bath was introduced, in fin .Anieric^n, , ., hot*!, -tn 1958, hotels fand resorts invested o.ver $i9,QOO^WQ in daily ., . ., of their luxurious accpmodatiOns. "When Comedy .was King" "Comanehe Station" "Wfcen 7:0fi awl Washing'* Saturday matinee at 1:PO. Friday Midnight Show "High School Caesar" ' H:3fl, "Date Bait" at 13:30. -, At The Top Of Sunday UOQ"3:OQ*$:OQ-7;25-9:45 Monday thi-u Wednesday. 7:00 and 9:30. Top Quality , ^ • 2-Door S icfurad it r fiM. Sub «nd local ti, 4ny, automatic transmluion, olhar muipmont, extra. Rambler Classic 6 or V-8...The all-purpose compact. Only car with the Best of Both: Big car room and performance; compact economy and handling. The smart new car that is obsoleting the old "low-price field" with advantages none can match—yet priced as much as hundreds of dollars less. Before you buy any "low-priced" car, compare th.e 1961 Rambtur Classic. ,,,THRii RAMBtgR SlggSTQ MEiT iVIRY IHJRP0ii~ANf? Hil-P EVERY PURSE,,, I • : D A U ' S G A R A G I /! -12? S. 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