Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1967 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, November 13, 1967
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Although only a r*t*ttv« newcomer to tfte spot*, Loth* ef College senior Bruce Sundet of Algoiu, is experiencing the kind of season many veterans dream of, Sundet did not participate in cross country before his junior year in college but in only two short years, he improved enough to win the Iowa Conference champion ship and also became the second fastest distance runner in Luther history, ranking only behind former Norse great Gene Takle who was a • national champion. His time of 19:56.1 for four miles, which he registered while touring the Winona State College course, ranks only behind Takle's 19:38 in Norse annals. A combination of dedication and an outstanding competitive attitude helped' Sundet realize his goal of a conference championship which he gained a week ago at Waverly when he stepped off a clocking of 20:24.6 to break the former conference mark held by Central's Dennis Karnstedt by 11 seconds. THE NORSE runner started his winning ways right from the start this season when he won Luther's opening meet against Macalester, Augustaina (111.) and Carleton. In a meet that featured many top runners from teams that are favored to repeat 'as conference champions, Sundet won the individual crown in front of a home crowd. In a double dual meet at Dubuque, he defeated University of Northern Iowa 'runner Tom Denney in what was Denney's only loss before North Central Conference meet. Denney later edged Sundet in a dual meet setting the stage for a "rubber match" at the NCAA Collegiate meet at Wheaton, 111., Saturday. SUNDET'S fine season also included a second place finish behind Al Siefel of Carthage in the All-Lutheran meet at Valparaiso, Indiana. The Norse harrier will now .accompany his teammates to the NCAA meet as he continues his quest. Last year H'Sundet's teammate, Rolf |||Wangberg,-"fiixiiliid ftWh in £>/the field of 3507runners miss•»' ing All-American commendation by only two places: Sundet, would like nothing better than to continue his pace* which has so far placed him ahead of Wangberg's pace of a year ago. ',:''. The smooth, polished run: ner is a favorite of his teammates and was elected to captain this year's harrier squad. He also is a co-captain of the 1968 track team on which he is a miler. Also active in school activities, Sundet is a member of the Tri Omega brotherhood on campus and also the Biology club. He also accumulated a major in biology and a minor in chemistry with plans of pursuing a career in medicine. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Sundet of Algona and has a sister who is a sophomore at Luther. Farm school on machinery is dated here A two day farm power and machine school will be held in Algona Thursday, Nov. 30 and Dec. 7, reports Galen De- Valois, county extension direc- .' tor. The school will run from 9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. each day. The school will be taught by Extension specialists from Ames. They are Dale Hull and Vern Meyer, Extension Ag engineers, Ames, and Wm. Turner, Extension Farm Management Specialist from the northwest Iowa area office at Spencer. Registration is $3.50. This includes coffee, two meals and text book. DeValois suggests mailing the registration in soon as schools in the past have filled up rapidly. „< The school was requested because many farmers have ..said tractors and large ma iehinery haye become an in- .creasingly important part of /nan.ageme|)t and operation of it modern form The ag engineers mil iesch selecting and tractors and large ma; understanding and the Nebraska tractor tests; stepping gp perform- of ywr prosent tractor; ejfcctrw: .service for p.ow- a/Ml grajfl drying. one of Lather's all-time great open The basketball SeiMn began for the. LuVerne .high school girls Saturday night and starts for the boys Tuesday night The girls met Palmer in a Homecoming game Saturday while the boys'open with Buffalo Center at Lu- cage seasons •.' •""'. .'.'< ' Plan course SUNDET WITH LUTHER COACH HALVERSON 's^/^/Mr////r/r*'////////r/iew//^^^ Algona minus all of last year's starters "Whc-re did all my starters go?" , . . v That's what Algona h'igh school coach Howie Stephenson is wailing these days as he prepares to open his: ninth season as head basketball coach. (.Join 1 are all five starters from his ;fine club of la^t year., Back are two reserves, seniors Tom Jones arid Roger Meyer. Despite the absence of lettermen, these are the only two. things are not as bleak as you might expert. Twenty junior and seniors have been drilling tWice : , ^ ;^ a "day, since Monday < ml there is soim; pretty good size for TtHIII RlVAK t Stcphenson to build around -, ;, ;fc ">"!'> ! 1IWWI * The Bulldogs open a week from Tuesday night^Nov. «|ki»«i •«».*• «. 21, at Emmetsburg. They'll meet Swea City on the road a ploCBI WfOll Qn. week later before coming home for their opener Dec; IvSv Other seniors on the varsity include Craig Taylor, . Coach Bryce "Wickett has two outstanding senior lettermen to build his team around. They are Doug Nelson dnd Duane Will, both 6'2'/2 . •"They *re ; t6ps in North Gen- troil, Iowa — in any size school," he reports. H Other lettermen are juniors Donald Bristow, Dennis Barber, Ronnie Wolf and Barry Shelby. Bristow is 6'2" and the other three are all 5'10" or under. Also on the-squad are LeRoy Hanson, Lee Schipull, Paul Swanson and Craig Stripling. Wickett also lists Larry Curry, David Ristau, T,erry Vaudt and Terry Warmbier as promising candidates. Best of the freshmen are Mark , Barber, .Tom Merriam, Dana Selby and Randy Will. Last year's dub had a 15-6 record. THE LIONETTES have six returning letterwinners. They are seniors Laurie Coyle |and Mary Hjelmeland, juniors|Michele Coyle, Connie Hefty and Kris Meyer and sophomore Linda Wilhelm. Others on ;the squad are Barbara Hurlburt, junior; Becky Coyle, fresh- m£n; and Teresa Gilligan, An- ria^Bahrixann, Raejean Hewitt, Mairy Stuflick, Carla Hansen, Jennifer Wilhelm, Nancy Arndt and Teresa Pederson. 1 TheXclub has good size and speed and is expected to be much invproved over "last year's dub. ( ! Denny Richter, Steve Voyles, Neal Smith, Ric,k Black, Da.Je vPedersen, Hogew;B| 1 rr|ah.|l. J|t|*AHen. l^^f^jiM"!^!^^ : k>fs — Rod Roge' adetts — e lmS)M Alt-Conference Nine juniors comprise the Junior Varsity right how and they include Dave and Dean Lowmah, Paul Christensen, Max Laird, Tim Black, Steve Chrischilles, Dale Briggs, Denny Meyer and Greg Allen. Working with some 22 freshmen is Lynn Kueck while Bill Simpson has a like number of sophomore candidates. <• The Bulldogs will not lack height — eight juniors and seniors stretch 6' or better. . . The farm manager will discuss the effects of farm size vs. machine size vs. machine cost; should the farmer own machinery, lease or custom hire; and tax considerations in machine investment. County extension council members have registration forms for this school. PROMPT AND CORRECT WEDDING INVITATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS AT THE ADVANCE! 13 WMHemore slutoli at ISU Whittemore— There are 13 Whittemore students now attending Iowa State University at Ames this year. They are Greg Betts, Milton Butzke, Steve Detrick, Gary Erdman, David and Dennis Frank, Leonard Kenne, Everett Maahs, Barbara Medin, Donald Meyer, Cletus Mosbach, Robert Schmitt and Stephen Schuller. jol •ferisive team anofftiree on^tie defensive squad > in Twin Lakes All-Conference teams announced last week. .? Named to the offense werei: Dale Frederick, Mike Chris-' tensen, Steve Bergum and" Doug Logue. Frederick and 'Logue, along with Roger Clark,,were placed on the de- fenBiye team. * .vManson dominated the All[•Conference selection w ; th six 1 men on the offense and three, on the defensive teams. Rolfe, Manson and Twin Rivers were the only teams to place men on the offensive teams while Pocahontas had two men and Rockwell City one on the de. fensive teams besides the other three clubs. . 'Rating honorable mention for Twin Rivers was Mike Shekey, Dale Rossing, Larry Rolland. PIKE — Mrs. Percy Frederick of Cleghorn brought home two northern pike, each weighing 12^ pounds, from a fishing trip near Pierre, S. D. at night school ; /..• ".;'. ;•: ••-. .. "'-. A course of instruction in officiating high school athletics is being offered by the adult education program of the Algona Community High School. • i The instruction will cover the many aspects of officiating procedures and techniques. Boys football, basket-' ball, baseball, and wrestling as well as girls basketball, track, and Softball may be included. 6 -•• The program will consist of ten classes meeting on Monday evenings. Class .sessions will be held in the Algona Community high school building at 5:30 p.m. The instruction is scheduled to begin on Monday evening,; Nov. 27th; Other class meetings will be on Dec. 4, 11 arid 18r Jan. 8, 15, 22, and 29; Feb. 5 and 12, The enrollment fee will be $5 payable at the first class session. V •.',,,•; '-..'• Instruction will be under the direction of Everett Barr, local athletic official. He will be .assisted by other officials of the area as well as athletic directors and coaches of the schools within the area Demonstrations and filirnis of games and meets willbe used to illustrate the principles and techniques. ,.'..' , '.'•.,• Plans include explaining procedures for persons interested in becoming approved to officiate high school .athletics. Rules instructions and interpretations will be demonstrated by films frbm the Rational Federation' of High Schools and local "high school films. Group discussion and participation is also to be, in- 1 J ~\,,F.pUpw.ing, ttevcom- "bf ,the instruction'.the iy Me 0 '.'the rules examination to become qualified as a high school athletic-official. This is optional, however. ; 1: "•*••"****•'>*'» w^;*:' Prospective'and current "jof- ficials as well as interested students on Algona High honor roll The superintendent's office of the Algona Community high school has released the ;Jr. > Sr. honor roll for the first quarter of the 1967-68 school year. 182 students have achieved this honor, : with six senior high and four junior high students maintaining a straight A average. The straight A students are: Tho, man Jones, senior; Bruce Marshall and Lynn Buchanan, .sophomores; Jon Sjogren; .Sherry Bulten and Marjorie Dailey, freshmen; Sharlene Carlson, Jeri Nielsen and Lisa Peter, 8th grade; and Holly Haas, 7th grade .Others on the honor roll include: Seniors—Ian Davison, John Frederick, Jim Jorgenson, Dale Pedersen, Gregg Powell, Mark Prieskorn, Randal Riedinger, Dave Roeber, -David Roethler, Robert Sigsbee, Tim Will, Virginia Deal, Donna Fisher, Wendi Gardner, Sara Huber, Debbie Kelley,,Beverly Knudsen, Debbie ' Laws, Linda; Martin, Phyllis Moulton, Marne Parrott, Connie Riedel, Janice Roeber, Linda Ross, Judy Scobba, Kathy Sohn, Sharon Wagner, Niki Wegner and Greg Perkins. Juniors — Tim Black, Phil ;B o d e, Max Laird, Kevin Lynch, David Riley, Mark Sny der, Linda Allen, Kathy Buchanan, Luann Holt, Pat Hopkins, Debra Huber, Jean Jorgenson, Miriam Kautsch, Ka- 1 thy McBride, Rosemary Pendergast, Judy Sigsbee, Peggy Zittritsch, Nancy Wagner. • Sophomores — Neil Anderson, Rob, Claude, Terry Dailey, Pat Elbertv Qary Hagen, Tom La.ing, Ryan Lynch, Bruce Mueller, Mark Olson, Wayne Pedersen, Steven L, Schultz, m: ~ * " "" .Wayne __Taylor, i-.e,ve . .......... mu »,^xr Mar - cia •Bauer, Theresa Beaumont, Judy Brass, Lynn Buchanan, Julie Chrischilles, .Dixie Crail, Marilyn Dau, Rebecca Devine, Kristine Easter, Rebecca Egel, Janice Farrow, Connie 1 "' Gilmoire, Christine spectators are invited ^6 $»r- ,Groen, Cindy Hansen, Virgin- tiemah. j n the instruction, ia^ardgrove, Sharon Hix. lone Metzger, Doreen Mow- The class is open to both men and women. "> v : It is desired to ; have registration made for the class prior to the first class meeting. The enrollment fee is to be paid at the first class, however. Registration may be completed by calling Elgin Allen, high school principal, or Frank Brusie at Algona, 2953518, or by writing to Frank Brusie, Adult Education, Algona Community High School, or by making a personal visit to the office of the high school principal. When registering submit your name, address, and telephone number Any questions may be directed to the above sources, also. ers, Jean Taylor, Kathy Taylor Pamela Werts. Freshmen — James Harris, Robert Knudsen, Ronald Medin, Randy Ricklefs, Steve Schutter, James Sigsbee, Fred Struthers, Vicki Anderson, Lori Calhoun, Linda Darby shire, Lynn Erickson, Nancy Haag, Gail Kirkland, Linda Marshall, Suzanne McGinnis, Judy Sabin, Debra Schultz, Carol Smith, Betty Vaudt, * at ty Werts, Linda Whitcher, Maria Wittkopf. 8th Grade — Doug Allen, Tom Burt, Mark Elbert, Ricci Frambach, Edward Kiilsholm, Doug Schenck, Randall Smith, Gilbert Wildin, Mark Will, NOW... winter lire safely and traction at a low, low price,,. 227 t. 00/1.501II tubeless . Tan 42 t(Jd«-in tlrtt Whitewalls just $2. 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Kain, James Neltzel, Mary Camp, Jeanne Dau, Cindy Frambach, Vicky Funk, Diane Harris, Connie Hemmingsen, Lori Herbst, Donna Hinders, Debra Kern, Susan Kinseth, Vickie Kleingartner, Joanne Kramer, Jennifer Limbaugh, Marlene Morz, Jane Nold, Dawn Peterson, Denise Poppen, Mary Scobba, Paula Shaw, Linda Sherman, Bessie Skow, Nancy Smith, Victoria Telecky, Paula Wertz, James Reidel. PUPPIES — "Taffy," Labrador retriever owned by Dr. Gerald Sun ner, Fort Dodge, is a very busy mother with her baker's dozen puppies. The 13 r/&w retrievers are all healthy and quite a handful. One advantage of a large vocabulary: it lets you insult the dtiher fellow and get out of range before he realises it. Everyone has a choice. He can either change his ways or endure the results. TitMka hosts league weting r The Kowuth County League of Municipalities held a dinner meeting last Tuesday evening at Tltonka, with President Jim MaUory, Lu- Verne, presiding. Speaker of the evening was Bob'Hayes, Des Moines, executive sepre- tatry to the Iowa League of Municipalities, who was introduced by Mayor Bill Finn, Algona, a member of the Board of Directors of "the Iowa League. '' Mayor Harold Gartner,' Tl- tonka, was honored • as : the new president of the Iowa League, who took office" in September. •••'• ' : Among the 45 attending were Senator Don Murray, Bancroft; Representative and Mrs. Karl Kiilsholm; : Civil Defense director and Mrs. Wayne Keith, both of Algona, and Supervisor and Mrs. Andrew Reising, .ffleslsy. Others from Algona were Mayor and Mrs. William Finn, Dr. Kevin C. Nash, Sheridan Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Muckey., . ; •"; Mayors, councilmeh and their wives represented .several towns in the county. ADVANCE CLASSIFIED ADS BRING BIG RESULTS-PAST! Starts Monday! The One-and Only Go-Go-Girl FINEST IN THE MIDWEST! 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