The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 2, 1961 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 2, 1961
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(la.) Upper De$ Motnct thuhtttoy, Feb. 2, 19o1 Streit On Way To 22 M>P|^»J!I ^T. •:..••.t.......;..... .LJ !•>•-' 1}^..-^.^^-^—1^-^^. Arm Broken; Youth Hit By A Cream Can Irvingion — Donnie, 8 years old son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Frankl, is carrying his left arm in a sling as the result of breaking a bone in his hand — Saturday when he accidently got hit by a cream can Which fell on him. * Chuck Streit, whose scoring potential has improved considerably •as Adeona's Bulldogs have swept to 12 straight wins this season, top- bed the team with 22 important points as Coach Howie Stephenson s •team slapped Webster City, 76-67, before another large crowd in •the high school gym Saturday night. — Streit is shown in the above photo a^ uo slammed home a hook -Shot over the outstretched hand of Ades of the Lynx during the lirst half of action. Johnson of the Lynx is the other dark-shirted in vader (31), while Bob Percival (34), Algona center who wound up •with 20 points, is shown in the foreground as he attempted to ge Sunday dinner guests _ at the home of Mr and Mrs G.'Frankl were Mrs Marie Frankl, Donald Frankl of Minneapolis and Mar guerlte Hayes. Mr and Mrs Eugene Lcmkce spent past week end in Ohio visiting the letter's sister and fami- Mr and Mrs Forbus Stiltz oi Livcrmore were callers Sunday at the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Bob Skilling. Tony Thilges is a patient at St. Ann hospital having had sur- ;ery there <m< Monday. Donald Frankl oi' Minneapolis, spent' the past week end here with 'relatives. His mother, Mrs iVidriej Jtj-rfinkl -accompanied hire hdfne ori : Sundpv;p.m. for a few Weeks visit at their home. , .Mrs L.';E; Colwell will go to Iowa City Sunday to visit at iomo of her daughter and family the Lcc 1 VanderW&al, for a few weeks. Mrs Don Warmbicr is a patient at iBritt hospital, 'having had re; cent, surgery there. ' ~* —' j New Car-truck and Kay Agena, sophomores. i Trudy Bartholomew, Marilyn Black, Clyde Brbiftsoh, John llark, Nancy Cole, fisichael Graf ham, Dave Hanselmaiv Jfrft Johnson, Marlys Lupkcs, A M6ry Louise Miller, Judy Munger, Larry Pratt, Ann Seger, Delthea Shiei-k, Richard SJobe, Sally Steele, Bruce Sundet, Dave Wildin and Sig Wdod, freshmen, ? Vandalism Ruins Pump At Rink Vandalism at the skating rink in Blackford Park over the weekend has resulted in damage which means that no new surface can be put on tiie rink until the pump is repaired. Algons's Park Board, Don Hcmmingscn, Francis Bunting and Jim Kolp, are taking the necessary measures to repair trie damage. They expressed regret that *, ne-.v ice surface will be impossible until the repairs are made ito ihe pump. Long-range plans for the rink have included lights, a •warming house and possibly music, but these plans may be disregarded if vandalism is to br continued. w season that either Streit or Perciva •had topped 20 points 'in a single game, although both have averaged bitter tfian 11 points. in the 14 games played to date. The win Saturday placed the Bulldogs 1% games in front of the North Cential 'Conference field and gave them an excellent chance to claim the crown. Games with Hampton, here Friday, Clear Lake «£ Clarion 'remain on the loop schedule. (A.H.S. Camera Club Photo-UDM lEngraving) _ ; _ .. _ _ Basketball Results Boys ,,.,., »., , l RingsteH 56 ;(ove8ti'rne) .'' . '"Burl 53,' Whittemore 51 1 Rake 66, Lakota 64 (overtime; Swea City 71, Sentral 67 (overtime) 1 Titonka 49, Thompson 46 ' Burt 61, Sentral 58 (overtime) • Rake 88, Ringsted 59 . Swea City 74, Armstrong 64 Titonka 65, Lakota .58 , West Bend 61, Havelock-Plov- ver 46 Girls • Ringsted 64, Armstrong 47 Titonka 35, Thompson 28 "- Whittemore 48, Burt 32 . Havelock-Plover 73, West Bend 56 Lakota 39, Titonka 34 • Ledyard 47, Thompson 27 ', Sentral 53, Burt 42 adding 13 each. Pat Long of 'Burl led the losers with 16. ... The. Panefwon the boy's game '53-'39. The'winners led 32-20 ai half time. Pete Smith led' Rings- sled with 17 points and David Hansen added 11. Joe MGuire led Burt with 11 points. A.H.S. Matmen lake Finale; Set New Mark Hospital Visit Hingsted — Mrs Donald Went- v-orth, Ringsted, and Mrs Peg F.'ink, Cylinder, visited Tuesday at St. Marys Hospital in Rochester, Minn, with Mrs John Schupfer of Ringsted who received badly frozen feet.Thursday. Jan 19, when found in the farm yard of her home near Ringsted. Doctors believe they will be able to save her feet, but she will be hospitalized over a month at Rochester. Her husband is with her at Rochester. Lakofa Rake Win Over Comes : In Overtime ' Rake practically knocked Lakota >ut of the State Line Conference race with a 66-64 win in pvi-rtimc Friday night at Rake The teams were tied, 60-60, at the end of regulation play, i The teams exchanged leads on the way to the overtime. Rakc ied, 18-15, at the quarter and La kola held a 32-28 lead ai halftime. The teams were tied at the throe-cjuui'ler mark, 52-52. Terry Bredcsen, who canned :i2 points for the winners during the night and Doug Smith, who wound up with 15. each got three points in the overtime to give Rake the verdict. John Cordes got 20 Charold Barrett 16 and Clare Barrett 14 for Lakola, which now has an B-3 luop record. Titonkt leads the league with a 9-1 murk Ti tonka Nears State Line Loop Crown With Win Titonka's boys moved neari-t (he State Line Conference championship with a cozy 49-46 win over Thompson at Thompson Friday night. Titonka's girls completed a sweep of the twin bill with a 35-28 win in the opener. Ron Folkerts topped the scoring for the Indians with 16 points i(V the boys game, while Elaine Folkerts tossed in 19 as she led the Squaws to victory. Madonna Fyre got 14 points for the Thorn- pson girls and Allan Olson got Ig for the boys. Ringsted Posts Pair Of Wins Pingsted — Ringsted copped tjvo victories from Burt in Stale Ljne Conference play Jan. 24 at Rlnested. Uingsted girls won the first gajne 43-39 with the three stnii.r forwards hitting in auubie iigur- e$. Linda GlabJ^opjj tin 17 with Pat tin • »'. and Ue Etta Watson Main Sports oi> Page r i Section? Two , *•• : -r l ..% *' Algona high school's varsity wrestling team racked up victory number eight and set a new re- coid, for wins in a season with an easy, 27-11, victory over Es- herville at Estherville Tuesday night. The win gave Coach up Martin's grapplars an 82-1 record for the season with district and possibly state tournament competition remaining Algona's B-team will face El- rnore here next Wednesday night. After the locals lost two of the first four matches to Estherville, the meet became lop-sided as five of the seven men Rot wins and another came up with a draw. Results: 95 •__ Woodley (E) decisioncd Bill Baker (A), 'l4-10. 103 — Don Hutchison (A 1 threw Huntsinger (E), 3:IK. 112 — George Balluff (A) deci- sionod Olson (E), 6-4. 120 — Kaltved (E) decisionec Dave Skoustrom (A), 4-2. 127 — Bob 1'atton (A) decisi- oncd Hassel (E), 4-2. j;j3 — Jim Richardson (A threw Meerum (E), 4:10. 138 __ Terry Rin';sd<ui (A) de cisioned Rhodes (E), 4-0. 145 — Moffitt (E) decisioiu'f Boa Ellcfson (A), 8-0. 154 — Jerry Seller (A) anc (E) drew, 2-2. i 165 — Steve Miller (A) decisi oned Chipman (E), 9-4. Hwt. — Tom Gouge (A) deci sionud Wiseman (£,), ti-4. Gouge's victory in the heav weight class marked the six time during the season the 18'. pounder has registered a wi lA'cr an opponent weighm;; moi thjii 200 pounds. Wise m a weitihed in at 215. Algona's B-team remained un beaten with un easy 39-10 win i the curtain-raiser. John Oar' Don Urch, Tim Vipund, Miki Knin and Jim Hingel rewistere' fulls and Gary Kern, Paul Smitl and Garry Graluim registered de cisions for the Bullpuns. Monday, Algona's junior hie' mitt team wound up its season unbeaten with a 63-16 pasting oi EsE'.le Giove. The team finishec with a 7-0 mark. Boys who gut wins were Torr Fit. ^atrick, Kay Siiecht, Boh Martin, Nonnan Benson, Gli'nr Tschettei-, Dennis Miller. Phi R"ed'.t, D.MVC Martin, Rober Dreesmaii. Tom Rieklel's. I);<n: bnoctgn.^s. Tim Claude, Jim Col well, liu'hurd Johnson, Bol Soencer. Jim Redemske and Ton Sump. Benson and Dave Marti; wound un unbeaten for the sea son mid Martin was the top puin scorer as the team outscored a: V Sales or new vehicles totaled 32 in Kossuth county during the past twd weeks, according to records at the county treasurer's office. Owners of new cars and trucks are: Chevrolet '— Algona Produce; Di E/'Betts, 'Whittemore; B. H. Schwerih, 'T,itonka; V. :Tj.jRich truck; Algqna 4 , J. E. Vaske; Ban : croft; Henry Hartwell, Lone Ro9k;.H, M.. Black,, Algona j C. J Metzger,'" Sr., Algona; Frances Easqn, Algoua. , CHrysler -i- L. ^ Larsen, Arm strong. ' '• i • f' R " Kincoln'— W. E. Ley, Lakota . Buick"— J. B. Harris, Algona; Schtiltz Bros., Algona. Rambler — Dau's Garage, Algona. . Dodge — Will ThilRes, Algona; Verne Johnson, Armstrong. Ford — R. O. 'Jensen, Lone Rock; Lloyd .Pool,- A^-na; S. Ml or ^eufah Ne'lsbn, 'Ti tonka; D. E; Meyer, Algona; Fred Moellering, Swea City; Richard Mawdsley, Algona; Joseph Lynch, Jr., Algona; Ralph Gengler, Whittemore; Gerald Angus, Bancroft. CMC — Alvin Busch, Ledyard ; Mercury — Laverne Larson, Armstrong; M P. Bernhard. Bancroft; H. B. Bollig, Bancroft. Pontiac — H. L. Bosma, Buffalo Center. Comet — D'loas Price, Wesley. DeSoto — J. J. ' Buscher, A1-, St. Joe Trojans The St. Joe Trojans met Jan 25 at the Hilbert home for their annual pot luck supper. Guests included; the parents, Bob Johnson, Bernard Thilges and Mrs Maggie, Thilges. New record books were handed out and a skit was presented by Howard Kohlhaas, Kenneth Borni'ann, Ar Becker, • Virgil Wagner, Richarc Erpelding, Duane Hilbert anc George Illg, The next meeting \yill be at the Alvin Erpeldinj home. Electric Wiring Charge Brings $100 Fine, BaVt • Hurt — Dr. iJahrie K. Bahn- Bbn, Burii.wS* fi^efl SiftjHand costs iri M*1t°t : *feis mien's court' here fytbuteti&'Stltitief he was arrested 1# fiejfal^SKittiff Don Wood. The chaige was/in- ierfeiing v/itn .electric Wires coming Into the city; meter near his home and; diverting electric current around the meter without permission of the lown couhcil. . Dr. Bahnson entered a guilty plea and the fine Was levied. Discovery of the out-of-pidi- nary wiring arrangement near , Bahnson's home Was made by • Ralph C. Johnston, riew ' city engineer and street commissioner at Burt, while the-latter was trimming shrubs ind irees near the Bahnson house Tuesday. •••.•' ' ' :-•:>• II is not known exactly how long the electricity had been diverted around the city mete*. Bancroft Fire Loss $30,000 A check of damage following a ' erious fire at Bancroft the night )f Monday, Jan: 23, shows "that otal loss will exceed $30,000. The Crowley Gafe was completely destroyed and a pool hall operated oy Bob Menke was damaged by the blaze which was battled for almost six hours in sub-zero weather by four fire departments from this area. Joe Crowley reported loss of at least $4,000 in damages to fixtures and slock; Harold McNertney, owner of the cafe building, stated his loss would exceed $25,000; Menke reported about $700 damage to stock; & two other places, Fuchs Hardware and Furniture and .the Croft Theatre, reported minor damage. Adjusters have not completed an estimate of loss for Clyde Eckhart, owner of the pool hall building. McNertney said during the week he may rebuild on the lot left vacant by the cafe, but that his plans are not definite. jona. A.H.S. Lists 7 Straight A's Is Heading Audit Earl; Griffiths, whose home is Algona although he is a traveling auditor for the State of Iowa ( is examiner in charge of an audit being made of the county auditor's office of Woodbury County (Sioux City). He is quoted as saying that the Woodbury office audit indicates shortages of some $16,000 in funds. GOP Women Will Hold First 1961 Meeting Feb. 7 The Kossuth county Republican Women will hold their first meeting of the year, a dessert luncheon at Van's Cafe, Feb. 7, starting 'promptly, at 1:30. Ali members are urged to attend and bring a guest. ' Wes Bartlett the speaker on the topic, "Republicans— Where Do We Go From Here?" Hostesses are Mrs Lawrence Gillespie, Mrs Hugh Raney and Mrs Anna Presthus. Mrs Albert Granzow and Mrs Wes Hardy are in charge of table decorations. The new officers for the year ,are Mrs' 'John : Schuttfer, president: M^s John Nelson, LuVef- 'ne, first vice president;, Mrs E. P. Fredericksoh;> Burt, sectind vice president and program;; and Mrs Kenneth, Jackson, Lone Rock/ third vibe president' and campaign activities. Ava Simpj son is secretary;'Mrs A. F. Agena, treasurer; and ; Mrs Chris Dahl, Fenton, is North Kossuth. membership chairman; Mrs Mart. Moore. Algona' membership chairman. Mrs L. L.' Riter is le r eislative chairman; Mrs Clifford Skogstrom, Sgt.-at-arms .and Mrs William Finn, 'publicity chairman. notes OF SERVICE MEN SILL. Okla. — Army PvrvS E.'Loebach 20 son of Mr and Mrs Godfrey C. Loe- bacli, Whittemore, Iowa, is re ceiving. eight weeks of advanced individual training at The Artillery and Missile Center, Fort Sill Okla. The training is scheduled to be concluded Feb. 4. Loebach is being trained tc service and maintain the 105 mil- limber howitzer, a light field- artillery weapon. He entered the Army in September 1960 and received basic- training at Fort Leonard Wood Mo. Loebach is a 1957 graduate or Presentation Academy High School. FORT SILL, Okla. — Army pvt ftogef ,H, Attiofer, son 6f Mr and Mrs Sylvester H, ArndoF- fer, Route 2, Algotla, loWa, Is r£ ng eight vireeks of .advanced du/tfaining at The ArtJl- and Millie Schol, fort Sill, kla Arndbrfer is being Warned in the duties of > a Cannoneer; with the lOSimiiimeter howitzer, 'a light field artillery weapon YOU SAW IT ADVERTISED IN THE UPPER DES MOBNES Honor John Oakland John A. Oakland, son of Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland of Algona, who is attending Iowa State University, was elect president 4 .of Beyer House. Beyer vis the largest house in the Men's ftesidence Associa,tion at I.S.U. Oakland was formally installed in office at the inaugural banquet which was held for.the in- •oming presidents of the MRA. Currently, 86 per cent of the freshman class at The State University of fowa graduated in the top half of their high school classes — this percentage having increased from 71 per cent to 86 per cent in four years. ,, . Federal support of research by The Slate University of Iowa phvsics department through grants and contracts has grown steadily in recent years, reaching nearly a half-million dollars for the current academic year. Mayor's Court "Super-75" A total of 77 Algona higl school students, including sever with straight A averages, were, named to the honor roll for the j first semester this week, according to Supt. O. B. Luing. The seven straight A students are Karen Alt, Kalhy Bay, Bill Bourne and Mary Broescler, seniors; Tim Dailey, sophomore; and Jodie Chally and Jerry Raney, freshmen. Others named to the honor list were Sharon Biiyeu, Carl Danielson, Emma Finley, Glennda Gab- nelson, Judy Gerher, Karen Haase, Alvin llaijg. Sandy Hakes, Jean Keith, Larry Klein.. Rosemaiy Meclin, Jolin Plait. Sherry Read Barb Reindei's, Jim Richardson. Joy i- iuebnoff, Carolyn Rochleau, Pal Schneider, Roberta Schwendemann, Louise Skow, Ann Steven, Linda Tague, Jack Vipond, Belly Wick wire nd Dean, seniors. Kalhy Feasier, Lynn Kueck, Mary Misbach, Jackie llowlcy, Susan Schull/., Jim S'.anlon, Jharles Streit and Brigilta Whil- eniore, juniors. Allan Bode, Glenn Buchanan. "iury Colwell, Nancy Kosnaugh. \nn Haase. Alan llolt, Richard Hutchins, Lanci; Johnson, Gar> Kt lley, Dianne Maltieg, Lind; Pert'ival. John Phillips, Dick Pratt, Sharon Smith. Tom Wall Jack Williams, Chary! Cool Several persons were fined following preliminary hearings in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court during the week. They were James Fox, Bancroft, $25, driving over fire hose; Gary DeBoom, Algona, $14, speeding; Oleophas Derner, Whittemore, $10, speeding; John Gregerson, Pocahontas, $10, speeding; Mrs. LaVern Berkland, Fenton, $5, failure to yield "right-of- way; Ervin. Gerber, Algona, $5, truck overload; and Terry Fara- strom, Algona, $5, stop light. Court costs were also assessed. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS INSTALLMENT LOANS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR .»INSTALLMENT LOANS FOR ANY PURPOSE: . Automobiles Electrical Appliances Automatic Washers and Dryers Refrigerators Deep Freeze Television Sets Personal Reasonable Interest Rates iOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA Sound, Friendly, Efficient Service Member F. D. I. C. Model 'F12S STOP FREEZING this heat goes anywhere. Just flip the switch on Knlpeo's "Supcr-75" portable heutcr and you get enough forced heat to warm a shed, workshop, or "spot heat" an outside area. You keep warm on the coldest winter days. Weighs only 45 Ibs. so you can carry it anywhere; runs on kerosene or No. 1 fuel oil; plugs in any 115 volt AC outlet. No vent needed. The larger F125, on wheels, works just as easy but puts out more heat. Stop in soon for a dent 1 * castration. BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT Algona, Iowa CY 4-3451 Pork Harvest Sale THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY - BILL'S MARKET FREE SAMPLES SATURDAY — HORMEL'S LITTLE SIZZLERS Pkg. HORMEL'S FORT DODGE SLICED BACON GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 2 Lbs. 25c Lb. 49 'C HORMEL'S DAIRY BRAND HAMS I h Whole *" U< or Half LOIN END PORK ROAST & CHOPS.... Lb. 39c HORMEL'S DAIRY FRANKS .. Lb. 59c 1 LB. KRAUT FREE, EACH PKG. FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance and Air Charter BLUE BONNET MARGERlNElb 25c BORDEN'S GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM 1 /2 Gal. 69c COME IN! SEE A PIG FRY HAM & EGGS SATURDAY ONLY ANKENY'S REO. 12 OZ. SIZE COTTAGE CHEESE Me STANDBY FRUIT COCKTAIL 3-8 oz. cans 59c 4th CAN FOR ONI.Y U YORKSHIRE FARM - 2 ; UJ. 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