The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1959 · Page 13
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fti*-*. t >3i*«M»(jS i.A . plentiful .for the JBJ. aboat, 450 at ttte cathol! Boaster Club at ih WhUtemofe Ray L6ni'ek f e£* -_,- „ 'otre Dame foot*- fcStaf «ftA eaiiit&lirof the Fight-* f *tfc}&$L^. *iiL ^ <"*»£ t* \. *i r., ? • * Which followed fflftfleft < as' $ach dj fc his share of tall j» Brady, feditoii pblished' at Sibu* City, served ai-fnaaier j&f cftemonies. * 'appearing on the program du¥ing<- the evening. were Jim (jfeelan, , ~St, Cecelia's Academy 1 "~coacffi Beaflie Cooper, coach 1 at Cl^l'esifitallon/' ' J," • D. Fergusoh ' - e6acli''at Sti Joe/Leon Vann. who '.'!.Wlir«lirvi as basketball coach al ;i;vGarrigafl~ durifig the next school i* "yeary- Gordon "'Winke!, Algona ' \. altbrney^'.atid president , of the ' nd Father Fran- dliib, an'd Father Fran^ ,,cis Conway, Garrigan superin- jtendent. • Geelan will serve as ' athletic director and Cooper will be (fOotbatt.c'oa'ch at the new high School, X-jf. .'i- . '' is an offensive y. 12 Area Girls Named State Cage Honors «> >,. ;< tackle* at tfie present, time with the, Washington Redskins in the Natifihal Professional F o o t b a 11 L'e'&gue, wove several laugh- ptOvoking stories in his talk. He told' of his high school days, mentioned his college playing days'»at Notre Dame and delved -. slightly, into the .coaching situa- ' tibn there, h - •• ,^n,"A.good athlete must poss' . ess three .things," said Lemek, , "a fighting heart, a strong ;»• desire arid he must always 1 ' "strive to reach perfection." i \Father Conway was Lemek's 1 .-'basketball coach <When the.lattei , ,was~a sophomore, at Sioux City '- and .was able -to. furnish' a- cer- . -tain amount 01 previously un"; known, background _, material on the ex-Irish .star. '• t,.Athletic awards were announced by Coaches Geelan, Y Cooper and Ferguson. ' Cooper was head - coach and Geelan assistant coach of f Garrigan's first football last ' fall.'' They presented large major ''G" awards to the following boys: Joe "Smith, Mark Seeley, Lloyd Schilmoeller,' John Murphy, Bob ! Lichter, Phil Kinsey, Bill Higgins, ' Robert Gillingham, Oscar Froehlich, Jim ^Erpelding, Dean • D'odds and Ronal'd Barton of St. /''Cecelia's; Bob Zeimet, Maurice ' Becker and David Hammer ,o'f St. , ; Joe;,and'Paul Elbert, Ray Elbert ->-,; John'Loebach, Jack McDonnell " J 'Bob Reed and' Bill Reed bf*P?e. seritation. _, " ,.. Minor award numerals went to •i-s • _. t' "rt _Ll_!unMM TJ-*^ ', tTai M arv' .Tim de! lOrmer l*6tffe £>&me gridiron gtaal'and captain,'is shown in the center above holding w.Garrlgan: Catholic high'school letters Which were^warded fox'the first time to mem- ' ' bers of,the "sSB'^o^balT^^yurin^theTirst annual Booster" Club banquet at Whittemore, Thurs,dfiy night, Lemek,was featured 1 gspeaker at the event. •, ' ' '^ Others'in the phbtej'^^; left tonight, Coach Beanie Cooper of Presentation, Leon Vann, Garrigan basketball coachi Lemek, Father Francis Conway, Garrigan supt., and Coach 'Jim Geelan of St. Cecelia s. Father Frank Brady, Sioux City,'served as master of ceremonies. (UDM Flashfoto-Engraying). ; j f wtlt* feminine basketball player* from this immediate araa were nftmed Jo the honor roll on Jack North's all-state basketball selections In the Des Moin« Sunday Register. None from thU area were named to ihe lirit seven ioamfe. Corwlth - Wesley's siato tournament entry placed four girls, Linda nnd Patty Wail, forwards, and Jean Ann Spangler and Donna Miller, guards, on the honor list. Other named were Dianno Frink, Cyllnderj Becky Stripling, LuVerne; Judy Nielsen, Ringstocl; Jane); fliemecu, Sentral.' Ellen Nelson, Tl- ionkat and Marjoria Behnko, Whiltemorej forwards] and Hanson, Bode; and Lorraine Butzke, Whittemore; guards. o! Linda Fairbanks, hand will foe, Rally Mr* Uteri Shlptet and Rtith will b<5 guests. at Thufidtty, Meifttt $$, 1$S? 1* Gottfredsen, Dan Glaser, Robert oecke, Richard Elbert, Jerrjf Briggs and Butch Byam, >'.St, Cecelia's; Art Becker?" Jerome Erpelding, Ron Illg and Virgil Wagner, St. JOe; ands,BiH~Besch and Mark Capesius, Presentation. Student managers were Dan Eng'esser, Paul and Bob Eisle and Bob Schneider and cheerleaders for.Garrigan were Nancy, Downs, Cathy McCarthy. Deanne Ludwig and Judy Froehlich. . " . ', \ Benschoter's 214 Tops Algona Pins Cliff Benschoter tossed' the top line, a 214 count, during the week's bowling action at Algona Lanes. • • . Women over 160 were Charlotte Baldwin 187, 181', Kay Voigt 181, 171T .Mary Studer 178, Lucille Slonicker,177, 169, Bertha Thuen- te 174, Doris Williams 174, Joan Mertz 174, Valeria,' Nelson ' 171' 168, Vera' Erpeldinfe "168, Jeanne Ackerson 164, Darlene Seiler 163 Irene Lickteig L62, Maxihe Sweet £61, Mary Berte ,161,•-'Ann Lytle 161, June.'WinkeL 161, Loretta Ditsworth. 160, and "Jerry Wol Dick Robinson, Joe.Heinen; Jim 160. 10 Vets, 39 Total Out for Track Team At Algona Hi *-*„»> i \ ^M^ . ' ' j A. scjuad of 39 Algona .high school 1 ' track candidates; including 10 letter winners from last year's '• successful* crew, began workouts , under Coach Harold Shugart during the week. ' •' •;,At''the present time, the boys are' -working on. the streets and roads ti'ear the. Algona swimming pdo!7!bu't it is -probable the track at 'the, Athletic Park will be .rounded into shape so it can bo put into use next week. ; Lettermen back for another shot at the cinder sport are Garry Davis, sprinter; Jon' Discoe, pole vault, 'hurdles ''and sprints;- Joel Harris,- discus;,- Wayne Johnson ; sprints;- and Mar.v Muler, sprints, seniors; Jerry Cowan, Jiigh jump hurdlesys broad, jump and sprints '^Dieter "Gniner,- hurdles, sprints and Jerry Ostrum, shot put, -dis cus and'spririts, juniors; and Gary '•Rich, middle 'distance and sprints" ' miler, ' sopoho FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY / • INSURANCE FENTON, IA. r GERALD, VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites-.You To Fentqn- WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and QEHl/EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 : HANTELMAN, * BUILDING SERVICE '" : > For Building - Remodeling RHONE 125 or 17* Dr. E. W : , Ruske ; .DENTIST >/' J : Office Phone$$'' Residence 25 Fentori, Iowa HANTELMAN'S ~; GARAGE .. Auto & Tractor Repairs" FENTON, IA, ari'd -Bryan f mores/' Johnson, 220 title winner at the State 'meet last May, and Davis were,bbth members qfthe 440 anc ,880 i .yard relay Iteam that was the finest ,in the Jhistpry 'of the school last year.- Shugart is going to have' to fmd . two sprinters of high calibre to replace the talented Jim- Cowan and Jerry Rupp ; LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans ' And Auction Service „ phone 233 , Fenton ' lowa THOMAS FUNERAL CKAPEL •i V Experienced • Imbalmers and ; Funeral Directors v^ Ambulance Service .Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be .Referred To Us , With Confidence Phone , FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 J , 20216 ' ' J who were lost by graduation. Much of the team's success will idc on Johnson, Davis, Cowan and Gruner, however the real secret to a good season, is in the lield events, and none of the hold overs on the squad are'tried competitors who have been re,s- ponsible for winning many points [ri.,-t,he past. Work, this spring could develop two or'three into and give the members are: Robbie Hutchins, middle distances, senior; Jeff Atherton, Jasoh real performers team a big push. Other squad Etherington ter, middle and Jim distances; Oberwet- and Kern, discus, juniors; Gary Angle, Gary Peer, Gary Rich, Jim Ricn : ardson, Bill Sigsbee, , Denn'i; Waller and Dean Willrett, sprints'; and Fred' Churchill, Leonard Funl'w Bob &brcival, Te^ry.-Rings- dbrf,' John Spencer and Eugene Wittkopf, middle "distances; Steve Miller, hurdles; Dennis Richey, shot and discus, sophomores. Freshmen are Bob Boldridge, Jim Finn, Bob Gerber, Gary Graham, Randy Harmes, Lynn Kueck, Gary Priebe, Jim Stanton, Gary Rusk and Charles Streit, With the exception of Rusk in the sprints and Streit in the high jump, the others are inexperienced. The following schedule has been lined up by Shugart : April 10—Burt, here April 14—Eagle Grove .there' April 17—Eagle Grove Relays April 24—Spencer Relays April 30—Estherville, here May 5 —Triangular meet at Clarion May 8 —District Meet May. 15—Conference Meet at the Iowa Falls May 23—State Meet I With average improvement in the running events and a great amount of improvement in field events, the Bulldogs could have a fair season. Whittemore & Ramsey 4-H Cagers Win Ramsey won the junior titles and Whittemdre' took the'senior crown during action in the final rounds of the annual Kossuth County 4-H Basketball Tournament at Bancroft Saturday night. Ramsey downed Grant, 26-17, and Whittemore edged Union, 4036, in the championship contests. Roger Vaske accounted for 17 points in the Ramsey win over Grant, while Joc,Loebach got 13 points for Whittemore and Erpelding 15 for Union in the senior division game. The semi-finals were played Friday night at Bancroft. In junior games, Grant blasted Plum Creek, 21-10, and Ramsey punched Algona, 35-18, while Whittemore dumped Grant, 33-19, and Union raced past Burt, 51-33, in senior frays. ' Jim Geelan, St. Cecelia's Academy coach*, and Brad Bauman Swea City coach, officiated the games. Birthdays Mrs Charles Phel&a and Mrs Bernard Phelps celebrated their i and blrthdaj^s, Suftdny. It xvhs Mrs Chnrle<? Phclps' 84th birthday. The Charles aftd Bernnrd Phclps, Mr nnd Mrs Lcroy Phclps and family nnfl Mr find Mrs Rollo Moore were entertnined at dinner and .lunch Sunday in the Clalr Moore home «t Dollivor, in honor n! the occasion. Mrs Char ies Phelps' birthday is March 23 nnd Mr« Bernard Phelps', March 20. Mrs Clair Moore s parents, Mr and Mrs Virgil Zwicfcl of Dollivor were Sunday afternoon guests. Mr and Mrs Forbus Stillz, Greg nnd Dnvirt and Mr and Mrs Ernest 'Rancy of Livermoro and Mr nnd Mrs Lynn Hanson and Brenda of CInrJon, surprised Mr nnd Mis Ray Filch Sunday when they cnmc down ftnd spent the d»y with them. Mr nnd 'Mrs Bob in« of Irvington wore after noon visitors. Mr and Mrs Donald Michaelsen nrc the proud parents of n baby boy, born Sunday after noon at 1 o'clock, weighing 1 pounds nnd 12 ounces. Mr nnd Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Arky Nelson and Mrs Mary Michaelsen of Titonka wore Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Trncy Stone, in honor of Mrs Herbert Nelson's birthdny, which wns Friday, Mnr, 20. Roger and Royce Dugan spent riduy, Saturday and Sundny A/ilh their grandparents, Mr nnd tfrs Tom Trenary as there was no chool Friday. Mr' and Mrs Hnrold Becker visited in the Bill Trenary home, Sundny evening. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary, Kenneth Trenary and Mr nnd Mrs Harold Becker visited the Ralph Dugans Sundny afternoon. Mr and Mrs Robert Wood and Jean were Sunday guests at tho W. A. Wood home in Algana; Mr and Mrs Bernnrd Meisler and family wore Sunday dinner quests at the homo of Mr and Mrs George Donnvon of Bluo Earth. Mr and Mrs Edward Kain and family were Sunday supper guests in the C. L. Young homo. Mrs Jim Huber spent Wednesday at the. Earl Zwicl'cl homo assisting .Mrs Zwicfel with some household, duties. Mrs Zwiofcl is home and getting along fairly well. Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman, Carol and Gene Allen and fthd Mrs <3r|60rgc,,I!i&' '$$&% Jay rflrmct gunsrtt ftt lite Victor Fitch home, Mr and Mrs timer !larm« aft* jfctfT' 1 '""'"" among the group as of '•Stl l JH I Birds arc on the wing. Spring flowers witt soon be blooming. How about your car? Is it in tune with the season? Your Phillips 66 Dealer knows just what to do to got your car ready for warm weather driving, First he'll drain and flush your car's radiator. Then he'll give the chassis a thorough lubrication, and refill the crahkcase with fresh Phillips 66 Trop'Artic* Motor Oil. Of course, he'li check your tires and battery,... even your windshield wipers. It's all part of your Phillips 66 Dealer's "Zing Up* service. If your car hasn't had this service, drive in whcreyou sec the orange and black Phillips 66 Shield. *A trademark 66 Fill Up With Flite-Fuel At LEO'S PHILLIPS "66 All Work On Gasoline Engines Guaranteed — Tractor & Auto 's Service Co. PHILLIPS 66 PRODUCTS FENTON, IOWA i •i! •Ill "NOTICE OF SALE of 2 26'X30' FRAME SCHOOL BUILDINGS! AT THE Sentral High School Gymnasium pjn., Monday, April " ' '>. Pistrict_iivt ' ThP Board of Directors of Sentral Community SchooHpisljrict will sell for „!, Tii +vTo iJvmnasium of the high sqhool building lopateXl^between' Fenton and '§*& RO& iSSS S'8'00 o'clock P.M, April 6, -1959, t W 0 ft'a^p scho^buildings with dimensions of 26' by^Q 1 , located respectively on the' schppV premises -at Seneca and Fenton, Kossuth County^owa. - • .•£„•.! r .• &\,\ • •'_ • ' ' Qnaiprf bids accomnanied by a check payable, to generals jyojumunivy Scjiool Sealed bids 8C P pm Pf^ M / f ^ bid will be.accepted'jfntjl 8:00 o'clock P.M., of the secretaiy of tfv? aforesaid school district, with bid, Blanks now.ay^ble^at the effice of 8-uu o-pjocK c.m., u» fx^M* 6, 1959, in the gymnwfownof the high school 2 the'two frame; school houses will be offered separately, on open 1 biding srid after'the comdetion of such open bidding, the sealed bids, on, file will bs opened anl'^b of. the iwo properties,sold'to the ^ighest-bidders fpr pash, 'Settlement to be-in>de on acceptance; o| bid, wito-thf prov^o;,; the two';school houses -be rempved frpm the respegfwe/wemises, M August 1, l989,.T.hftriJBj* is, feservefj to reject;any »n4^W\mds^.;,>,.,A ' Publishe^'W Or4ef-'f9l th? jBoayd 9 f Ri^tw§.rod,d^i&^g^|L43; 1959. For further fletajls'isee secretary/of th^'ffnpp'l.p^aja.';/ i ,; , '••',-. + VW)t' fr W? ?™~ vy+w *^rt ">T"- ^ f j r v 1 ( u ' v *'&• ' ft " **i \ i "* It jt (12-13) each of or,, before i * 31 Trackmen On Burt Hi Squad Burt high school's 31 -man track squad, which includes 16 lettermen from last year's team,- have reported to Coach Larry Beckley for the start of workouts recently. The team faces a'f9ur-meet schedule with the possibility of a couple of more meets being added later. Beckley's team started late a year ago, wound- up with a 3-1 'record in four outings and one member of the squad, Tom Kissner, went to the state meet. So far, Burt has meets with Ruthven April 7; Graettinger April 22; and the State Line Conference meet April 24, slated on the home track. The' Bears will ravel to -Algona for a 'meeting ,vith the Bulldogs April 10. 'f * Lettermen who have reported ,rp Wayne Christensen, Gary Jjfford, Leroy Davis, Tom Kissner, l Jerry Koestjer, Gordon Giddings, Dennis Shipler, Richard Johnson, Hadley Castor, Boyd Shipper, Gary Abbas, Arnold Schuster, John Dittmer, Garry Davis, Joe Cunningham, Jay; op,pus and Gene Thompson. CocichAtSwec! City Resigns Bautpan, Swea City school , football and for Jhe past his P<?$** , The *e- will t^;e effect , Gpdf redsen And Hakes Top Pin ! Tallies, Hawkeye jOrval Hakes and Carol God 'redsen shared bowling plaudit at Hawkeye Lanes this week. iakes topped the men with a 243 line and 632 series total that also included a 210 line, while Miss Godfredsen led the women with a 209 line. She put it with i 170 and 167 for a 546 series otal. Other gals over 160 were Kay Voigt 185, 165, Irma Dee Cook 168, Arlene Hakes ICO, Maybelle Geilenfeld 174, Betty Haag 163, 163, Loretta Ditsworth 173, 166, Lavon Lindhorst 160, Jackie Laing 168 .and Heide Ferguson 183, 177. Men over 210 included Loyal Gingrich 213, Jim Walker 214, Clay Pittman 215, Hank Furst 215, 234 (600 series), Harold Eimers 210, John Altman 212, Les Kenyon .212, Orval Hakea 210, Denny Lickteig 204, 201 (604 series), Lou Lynk 212, Lou Olson 219, Harold Peterson 235, Bob Carr 231, Stan Black 233. Bill Colwell 210, Julie Baas 237 (605 series), Hank Geilenfeld 213, 242 (60(5 series), Harold Hesley 221, John Hasse 228, Bill Naylor 237 (621 series), Dewey Skilling .211, Dick Cook 24i Frank-Rueb 214 (611 series) and Larry Freiberg 224. Mrs Becker Is Port land Club Hostess Jfh Portland -^ The Portland Progress Club'met Thursday afternoon, March 19th at the home of .Mrs HaroJd Becker with Mrs Toni TCVenary and Mrs Earl Shipler, assistant hostesses, The lesson, "Kitchen arrangement and Storage." was brought by Mrs Virgil Sehrader. Mrs Roscoe Stewart was in charge of fun Urne- The cUib has a new member, Mrs Duard Perdue. Mrs ^ AND MOTHERS DAY IS COMING TOO! The Colorful Custom Look with Sparkling t Convenience New Custom-style'd Mobile Maid with "Flush- away Drain" does all. the dishwashing job . . . power pre-rinses, washes and dries dishes sparkling clean . . . sanitized automatically! *'$ r v '• .-^ ^<t-wf. General Electric gives you ALL these custom - style features: Flushaway drain Fully: automatic control Vinyl-cushioned interior , Colorful. custom-styling Retractable electric cord Fingertip faucet connector Built-in pump High-level control dial Sparkling«gold Textolite counter-top Easy-loading, two-tone racks Custom washing performance Custom casters and guide arm : . Custom quality ' „ H . Stainless steel impeller Roomy; handles-up silverware basket, 600-v/att Calrod heating element' ? -'p '"ij- f tuft • • <g M W \ (.r 1 ,.- ' Bill Tvenary Becker, were and Mrs Martin guests.' 'The gift high will relum to MR .town, Pock YsJley, an,d plans to IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT committee reported a gift for Mrs Earl Zwiefel, who has been in the hospital. At the close of the meeting a. delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Tho next meeting wijl be held, Thursday afternoon, April 16. Host* esses, Mrs Ed Smith, Mrs Jay Steven'and "Mrs Ben Latnpe. Portland Pennies ' Portland pennies Girl's 4-H Thursday evening at the Qf Diane Moore. A demon' stration' was put on by Diane Moore, a talk- by Korene Fitch and a talk by Judy Fitch. Mrp L. J. Fairbanks was guest tnother of the monthT The next meeting will be held Thursday evening, April 16, at the home MOBLE-MAID Automatic THIS 'CERTIFICATE IS YQUI| DOV^N PAYMENT Ofl, ANY ANCE ON OUR FLOOR. qy the ow; as $1,22 Dishwasher

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