The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1959
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'SsJ ' , ", 6-Alflona (la.) Upper ttes Mdlrttt thuriday, Feb. 56, 1959 Presentation Has 11-7 Record The Presentation Academy Crusaders of Whiltemore, who racked up & fine ll-7 season record. are shown in the above photo with their coach, Beanie Cooper. Presentation was sidelined by Ringsted, 70-56, in the semi-finals of the sectional ,tournament at Ringsted last Wednesday night, Feb. 18. Ringsted went on .to take the meet with a 46*45 win over Cylinder in the finals. * " Members of the Presbyterian squad are, left to right, front row, Hank Denver, Maurice Fickbohm, John Loebach, Garv Harm and 'Fred Kirsch, the five regulars. In back,; left to right, Coach Cooper, Henry Haag, Don Besch, Lyle Loebach, Jack McDonnell and Ray Elbert. (Photo Courtesy of Whftte- more Champion — UDM Engraving). . , ' as a trustee of DelaAa TbwnsMp i and as & member of the Liwr* hioffc town council. He Iw^iS i$iS>9' a charter member of the Farmers' Co-op Elevator in Livermors,, Surviving are his son, Rd$>- oj Livermore, his daughter, < MtS, Darnice Holland of Bode, Sevfeh. grandchildren and many friends* KOSSUTH COUNTY Ringsted, Lakota Bow Out Of State Boys Cage Ra ce Monday night's action in boy's sectional basketball tournaments at Fertile and Rolfe elimina'ted the final two teams from this area. Lakota, which wrote his- itory by taking a sectional .title Saturday night, was dumped by a potent Joice team, 93-62, at Fertile. Pocahontas Catholic, one of the few remaining unbeaten learns in the state, sidelined Ringsted, 62-51,, at Rolfe. Both were class B contests. Lakota and its new coach] Jerry McMullen, former- Burt athlete, hung up an enviable 16-8 won-lost mark during the season and got into the district meet at Fertile with a thrilling B7-54 win over Klemme in the sectional finale at Crystal Lake. The winners hit 15 of 21' free tosses to take the verdict:despite the fact»Klemme oiitshot 'Lakota, 25-21, from the field. Lakota was on top all the way land was led in .scoring by John Cordes who got 15 points. Sachs added 14 and Schroeder 10 to the Lakota total. • : " Ringste"d fought off a brilliant last-half rally by Cylinder to take the sectional crown at Ringsted Saturday night, 46-45., The winners, who finished the season with a 22-3 mark, had little trouble racing to a 26^16 ? halftime lead, then barely managed to cross the finish line ahead of the rallying Cylinder crew. ; Vern Torkelson punched hom'e 14 points for Ringsted and Gaylen Heggen and Larry -Huberty got 10 each for Cylinder. . Three other area teams bit thq dust in sectional finales-. Saturday . night. -Emmetsburg Catholic downed a surprising St. John's o Bancroft crew, 56-52, at Estherville and Albert City pasted Twin Rivers, 92-60, at Rolfe in class A meets, while Pocahontas Catholic sidelined Coach Bryce Wickett's LuVerne Lions, 66-57, in a class B final at Rolfe. LuVerne wound up with a 20-3 season record, one of the finest in. the school's history.' Presentation Academy of Whit , temore was knocked out of com petition Wednesday night, Feb 18, in the,semifinals of the mee at Ringsted by the home team 70-56. The Ringsted win aveng ed a defeat at the hands of the Whittemore e ni r y six day earlier .and gave Presentation an 11-7 mark for the year. Peterson, Baldwin Rack Most Pins Qrrie Peterson: and Charlotte Baldwin shaded fep bowling honors at Algona Lanes this week Peterson's ,222 topped the men while Mrs Baldwin posted a 205 line to lesd the women, " O^hfer gals over 160 were Elaine Simntons 190, Jerry Wolf 184 June WinM 184, W, Jackie •-Kelly 179, Jackie Laing 177, Franse J76, Luann Alt 175 .i Williams 173, Bernie n ,m,' Suialie AUman . J7Q,' v Raw* i 1Cuchenreuther 170 JUs J^/.Bubv Murtha 165 ;NeJ«on 165, Layoniie PJtt 1 164, Jxjretta Pitsworth J6 on' 162, Included Clif Hoove? 214 209 01 w\i®m isws we WAHT JT 3 Girls Teams Into Semi Final District Meet, Three area girls basketball teartis were slated' io get into $pUp}> in semi-final round games of district tournaments at Pocahonias and Spencer last night (Wednesday). . Corwith - Wesley, which ran its season record to 22-1 withta 93-87 win oyer.Have- lock-Plover in a first' i;ound contest at Pocahontas, was set io ,meeti -W^b^% a learn ^with a 17-5 record at Pocahontas. Titonka and Whittemore, /who got..; first round byes/ went, into (action at Spencer. Titonka's Squaws put their 17-3 record on the line against George, a team with a 21-1 mark in the first game and Whittemore, with a» 15-5 record, went against Lake Park. 18-2, in the second fray. •Winners of Wednesday's games advanced to the district finals.* • J . . . Charles Brown, Livermore, Dies Charles Enoch' Btown, .born' April '20, 1869 'in' Cedar -County, Iowa, a son of Mr and Mrs Thomas, Brown, passed away in, his home on Feb. 13, 1959 at the age Of 89. •' ,.-;. Charles was one of nine children. At the age of three, Charles moved with his parents to a farm west of Livermore. His formal education was received in the Humboldt County rural schools. On June 30, 1903, Charles was united in marriage to Martha I. Vought and to this union two children were born. After many years <on the farm, the family moved' to Livermore in 1936 where Charles -has since resided. Mr_ and Mrs Brown observed their golden wedding anniversary in 1953, but the year was saddened by the death of Mrs Brown later, in that year. ? Charles was a member of- the Methodist' Church, the Masonic Lodge, the Shrine and the Order o'f the Eastern Star. He served LOCAL The Zeta X! Chapter of the- Beta Sigma Phi met at Nancy Ballard's, Feb. 23. Mr and Mrs D. D. Monlux had their son and daughter-in-law Dr. and Mrs William Monlux, of Ames as weekend guests, Mr and Mrs Roger Palmer were visited Sunday b*y Mr Palmer's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Gnil Hakes of Clear Lake. : Clarence Meyers and sister, Mrs Ken Olsen, of Cburtland,* Minn, were weekend .guests at the home of their sister ( Josephine Iviocltd* * Mr and Mrs A, R, Willrett have been visited by Mrs Dean Saliger and Mrs Dim Saliger, Of Clear Lake. Mrs Dean Saliger is a sister t>f Mrs Willretj;. Mr and Mrs Frank Oslrum had their son and daughter-ih-lawj'Mr and Mrs Ed Ostrum and Jinvof Mankato, Minn., as guests Suh- day. Jim also spent sometime, with his mother, Mrs Elliott Skilling. - • *tf;f * • -v , Mrs Amy Johnson and her 86n and daugh.ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Robert Wagner •• and children of Burt spent Sunday at Lakota with Mrs Johnson's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Vincent Ellman. Patricia Gilbert who attends college at Marysville, Mo., and Maurice Noel, also a student, 1 will spend the weekend here with the respective parents and .mother, Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert and Mrs Louis •Neuhring. Mr and Mrs Wilkins are expect ed home March 1 from a vacation in Florida. They.visited at Fort Orange and traveled to several other places. Mrs Marie Troestler of Clarion,-, cousin of Mrs Mary Miller, is staying'with her till Mr and Mrs Wilkins return. Forty-six Presbyterians^ choii members and their spouses, attended a dinner at the Presbyterian church Tuesday evening for choir,members. After dinner speakers included' Rev., M. H Brower, Mrs Ethel 'Loss, Alwia Huenhold, and choir. x president, Mrs Ruth Metcalf. ' Mr and Mrs Milton Norton have returned from a vacation of a few weeks which started with a visit at Midland, Tex. with Mr Norton's son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs Riqharc Norton. They also'went to El Paso, into old Mexico, Phoenix Tucson, the Grand ' Canyon and Carlsbad Canyon._ They were gone three weeks!" There Is an itntitaiftl'&tedt in store for readers ifl 'our next Issue,* March 5. , ' In conjunction with the welcome to be extended to the KoS* suth County 4-H clubs/who wilt have booths in local stores on Saturday, March 7, it will be "G«t Acquainted Days" on Friday afld Saturday. Local Kegler Just Misses r Perfect Game Ted Chrischiiles and Kay Voigt topped the bowlers at Hawkeye Lanes this« week. Chrischiiles just missed a perfect game when a ten pin failed 'to fall in the tenth frame and he wound up with a 288, and added a 206 for a 672 series total. Mrs Voigt topped the gals with a 203 line. Other women over' 160 were Elaine, Simmons 175, Heide Ferguson 173, Ladonria Rejbsamen 168, 166, Joyce Fraser 465, Phyllis Walker 163 and Irma Dee Cook 160. : ; Men over 210 included John Intermill 264, 224, AJf Schultz 223, Ron Taylor 224, 211, Lewie Gilbride 211, Jim Walker 213, Ben W^bben 215, Norm Gade 225, 206 (615 series), Ray Cook 211, Ed Wittkopf 224, Joe Paulson 220, B. Robinson 213, Merlin Baker 231 (603 series), Bob Carr 235, 234, 202 (634 series), .Whitey .Voigt 218, 214, 234, 211, 205 (623 and 650 series totals), John Rike 212, Jake Thilges 233, Marv Bellinger 221 (607 series). Al Hasse 212, Bud Morck 210, Dale Briggs 223, Dewey Skilling 224, 201 (612 series), John Hasse 213, Bob Slobe 211, 210, Ev Rippentrop 232, Jim Harvey 212, Ollie Johnson 212, Jon Nelson 224, Bill Lampright 219; Ernie Lavrenz, 225, 215 (610 series), M. Calhoun 320, Hank Geilenfeld 210, 216 (606 serjes), Ed Adams 2J3, Hank Joftannsen 220, Red Stecker 226, Orval Isebrand 210, Jack Fraser 211 and'Ralpb Lindhorst 210, Hits 4V As St, Johns Bows • Armstrong chalked «p a 74-69 oytr S|- jQWs of Bancroft mt? a 4t*p|>int spree by Rahe Of tiie- Johnnies, ,wbo Jias been one pf the top j«?orers in l^e state jOJ season, Friday night at Pauline Lenz of Algona Feb. 21 Ceremony Get Acquainted Pictures, 4-H Club Day, Next Week *, Hundreds of pictures of local business folks, owners and employees, have been itaken and these pictures have been redrawn by artists and then made into caricature cutsl - These 'individual Trinity Lutheran church wag the scene of a wedding Saturday afternoon, Feb. 21, when Pauline Naomi Lenz became the bride of David Wendell Calwell. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Louie GV Lenz, Algona, while the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mi's W. R, Calwell, Kansas City, Kansas. The Rev. G. J. C. Gerike officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs Loren Brown was organist and Martin .Huber, soloist. Mrs Harry Blume served her sister as matron of honor, Mrs Harley Haas was bridesmaid and Holly Haas,' flower girl. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mike Calwell, Kansas City, Kansas-and Alfred Matz, Wichita, was groomsman. Ring-bearer wa's Steven Blume and Ted Dankert and Sam Smith, Wichita, were ushers. bride wore a floor length gown of Chantilly lace.= It was fashioned with a Sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice and trimmed witbT irridescent«sequins. I Her shoulder length veil of illusion net fell from a erown tiara headpiece. Her jewelry was a choker necklace and earrings of pearls and her flowers, a cascade arrangement of white roses on a white Bible. A reception for 100 guests was held in the church p_arlors following the ceremony. 'A dinner for 25 guests was served in the evening. Mrs Rollyn Haas kept the guest book, Mrs Alfred Matz cut the cake and Mrs Sam Smith served the punch. Mrs Gerald Haas had charge of. the gifts and table servers were Mrs Dale Golightly, Booneville and' Mrs Lee Jamison, Van Meter. The bride is a graduate of the Algona high school and is employed by the Federal Savings ana Loan Association at Wichita, Kansas. The bridegroom is a graduate of East High of Wichita and is a junior at the University of Wtehita, •, :••• After March 1, ; Mr and Mrs Calwell will be at home aj; $51 South Rutan in Wichita. (Isaac* son Studio Foto •-* UPM Engrav ing). A GOOD PICTURB IN TEN YEAR?. cuts of Inflit, of the Alg6nA v em- ployer*erftpl$y;ee frWti!« Algona, will appear wfeitt Week,, • J The .photogrlpliers $sy ; that as a general rule men are more inclined to be sourpusses than,are the woinen,"' The •' photographers should krtow. • ,--..*.* 4-H clubs that have beett assigned to business firms will have their president and vice president representing thertf in the busihess firms, along with the club -display. At 6 p.m.. the 'club rfepre- sentatives will be guests at dinner Of the store'-" or firm where they are located, The 4-k Day is the 'seventh •annual event"and is staged in conjunction, with National 4-H Club Week, by 1 * arrangements'. or the Chamber of Commerce. , ' Polo was developed in India. farm Safety Is ,«*»«>„""••'., «•„"? <F'*? s ^»;*> f f f> •' " March 2 Topi i_-* ., ." - . ,».""•,tA '• «.Mn next. fhe^Jtehfert thfr high school AflfteJt: Monday night, ,Mar>.2»"hfi$ :begfri<thfe*o 6|>en to the f eftfcfal public doi to interest shown in the subject to be discussed ** with farm to'<3eorge school arid lefeal votalidflaj riculture 4n&tftietor.,<f ''^ ' Featured.ip^kef' at- fife n ing, which begMs at,0 ».m., will ,be Prank'; ;B,> Wish,'"'director 2 6f safetyjetftteatkSn of ^thellowajdi- partmerft of public safety. Muled governing fafitl' piachifiery oft the highways,, will Jje gone 6Ver."aS well as auto * and -.truck safety .practices. -"'',,,T • '.* ' ^ Due to,the,tragi<* death fates <pn IoWa's highways; "•- the rhe'etihg Monday will .be an important one. j, • , "" •' ' On March 21 and September 23, day and night are.of equal dilation -in every part of the world. $1.32 GALLON Special Individual Slices for oil Occasion* t. . WASHINGTON For A Delicious Dessert - State Law Forbids The Obstruction Of Roads- And Highways With' Snow Or Any Other Objects. Please Be Advised That Future Offenders Will Be Prosecuted According To Law. ; -' '".,'' ' • • ' .. ^ Please Push Snpw;Off The Grade. Your Failure To Dp So Has Hampered Snow Removal And Has Caused Considerable Damage to County Road Equipment. i ' i • ' . * : •,, ^SIGNED-BOARD OF SUPERVISORS National; FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA WEEK; FEBRUARY 21 - 28 Science In Agriculture . For A Bountiful Future! We wholeheartedly congratulate these young men'of our community who are learning ^ to do by "doing. Their activities have been an inspiration to all of us who seek to dp a bettter • job in our own occupation . . . who strive to be better citizens. Their contributions,to the progress of pur community are immeasurable. ' , . ' •" "' On This Annual Occasion, We Salute OUR FUTURE FARMERS CHAPTERS In • West Bend •Cylinder • Swea City • Armstrong ,* Kanawha • Buffalo Center • Titonka LEARNING TO DO DOING TO MEARN EARNING TO LIVE UVING TO SERVE AIGONA, IOWA

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