Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1966 · Page 5
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4—AL66NA (lo-wa) ADVANCE f MONDAY, JAN. i* [intern* club to sell candy as a project LuVerne — LuVerne Live Wires met with Norma Heinen. Norma Heinen led in the 4-H pledge. A new member is Diane Curry. Old business was a continued discussion on the Valentine Candy sale. It will be held at our next meeting which is with Zelda Witzel Feb. 5. The club will pack the candies and after a brief meeting will go to LuVerne to sell it. Lunch was served by Mrs. Heinen and Norma. Reporter is Jane Sehnet- zer. ATTEND FUNERAL The Clarence Nielsens attended the funeral of her mother Friday afternoon. Mrs. Johanna Hansen died Wednesday morning at the John Grotte Rest Home, Algona. The funeral was held in the First Lutheran church, Algona. NEW CUB PACK A new pack of Cub Scouts has been formed and will start this Monday. Cub master is Sherman Arends and the four den mothers are Mrs. Harold Nielsen, Jr., Mrs. Keith Voss, Mrs. Richard Gronbach and Mrs. Emerald Strand. The Toby Moedings moved Saturday into the house recently vacated by the Wm. Priors. The Priors will live in Ida Grove. Memorial Society met Thursday with Mrs. Chas. Hinz presiding in the absence of president, Mrs. Anne Smith. There were 18 members present with one guest, Mrs. Biota Tew. The 1966 programs were given and .a poem was read by Emma Krause, followed by bingo. Hostesses were Mrs. Albert Schipull and Mrs. John Bockes. The John Vosses Sr., Algona, and John Vosses Jr., LuVerne, spent Thursday to Tuesday visiting the former's daughter, the Rex Lius and Lancy, Wichita, Kans. They went for the baptism of Lancy Jan. 2 in the Methodist church. Mrs; Bill Hardcopf entered the Iowa City hospital for tests and check-up. She is expected to be there two weeks. Her room number is 312, University hospital. Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson Pastor Norman V. Johnson, St. Olaf Lutheran church returned Thursday after attending Luther Seminary Convocation in St. Paul several days last week. Mrs. Maurice Larson and Mary accompanied her sisters, Ester and Ida -Johnson, to their home in Minneapolis recently. They had been visiting during the holidays in the Larson home. Elaine Sorlein, daughter of the Garwin Sorleins, returned with Mrs. Larson and Mary to Bode. She had been visiting the Donald Sorleins in Minneapolis. The Maurice Larsons took their son Roger to Forest City Tuesday where he will resume his studies at Waldorf after the holiday at home. Russel Larson, employed in Rock Island, was also home during the holidays and has returned to Rock Island. The Clarence Satherns returned Saturday after visiting several weeks at their daughter the Rusty Holmbergs, Oklahoma City. The Holmbergs and daughter, Mrs. Solis, .and her daughter brought the Satherns to Bode. The Burton Roods had as guests Saturday the Ron Watsons, Humboldt, and Harry trelands and Bill Finns, Algona. A3C Jerry Mitzven returned to the AFB at Ellsworth, S.D., after a 15 day leave at home in Bode. Kathleen Williams returned to ISC Cedar Falls after the vacation at the parental home. Qther visitors at the Oscar Williams home during the holidays were Steve Williams, employed in Rock Island, and Chad Cooper, Traer. Mrs. Walter Bakken had a birthday Jan. 12, and several women were at her home in the afternoon. In the evening she was surprised when friends brought a pot luck lunch for an evening of cards. Guests included the Ralph Larsons, Ployer, Henry Engers, Mallard, Mrs. Hilda Enger, the Burton Roods, Maurice Larsjons, Ted jQji&eths, Melvin Olsons and Ronald Olsons. LAST WFPK TROM THF AI.GONA LANES MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L North la. Appliance 55% 20Mi Algona Barbers 54 22 Whittemore Co-op. Elevator 48 28 Champlin's 44% 31% Quickie 40 36 Lindsay Soft Water 35 41 Algona Lanes 34 42 K. of C. 28 48 Schmidt 24 52 Weidenhpff 15 61 High Team Series No. la. Appliance 2900 High Series John Levy 579 High Game John Levy 224 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Hamm's No. 1 _______ 53 Zender's __________ 52 Reiling's Hog MM. __ 51 Budweiser ___________ 42 State Farm _________ 39 Gambles __________ 36 la. State Bank ____ _ 32 Farmers Hibred ____ 18 High Team Series Zenders _____________ •_ High Series Orie Petersen High Game Ron Ditsworth _________ , L 23 24 25 34 37 40 44 58 3026 591 245 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Utt Electric _________ 53% 22% Universal Mfg. Co. _ 49% 26 % Whittemore Lockers 47% 28% Buscher Bros. _____ _ 42 34 Pioneer Hibred __ . __ 41 35 Lindhorst Deputies _ 39% 36% N.W. Mutual _______ 38% 37% Reding's Gravel _____ 38 38 Larry's Recreation _ 33 43 Hood's Super Value 25 51 1st Lutheran ______ 24% 51% Tall Paul __________ 24 52 High Team Series Reding Gravel ___________ 3016 High Series Jerry Dillavan _____________ 602 High Game Jerry Dillavan ____________ 246 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Klein's Farm Supply 55 Fischer's Store 53 Al's Lounge 49 Blossom's Ins. 48 Weidenhoff 44 Elberts Enco 40 National Food 34 Algona Utilities 31 Lotts Creek Factory 28 Pine Room 26 Don's Place 16 Coca Cola 3 High Team Series Klein's Farm Supply High Series John Nauholtz __. High Game John Eimers L 17 19 23 23 24 32 38 41 40 46 56 69 2894 616 236 WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Cook's Welders 53% 18% East End Groc. 49 23 Weidenhoff 45 27 la. State Bank 43 29 Petersen Furn. 37 35 Honsbruch Drugs __ 35 37 Algona Lanes 31 37 J. & K. Tavern 30 42 Good Samaritan _.._ 29% 42% Women of Moose „_ 29 39 Directory Service __ 23 49 Algona Auto Repair 23 49 High Team Series la. State Bank High Serle. Jerri Briggs High Gam* Loretta Ditsworth 2381 486 194 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W L Hobarton Co-op. 52 24 Cunningham Cafe __ 42 34 Bode Elevator 41% 34% Bernie's Recreation 40 36 Fenton Elevator 40 36 Borden's Dairy 31% 44% Seven-Up 31 45 Elk Cleaners 25 51 High Team Series Seven-Up 3105 High Series Darrcll Davis 630 High Game Darrell Davis 238 33 37 40 40 40 44 47 50 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Viking Oil 50 22 Fareway . 50 22 Lindsay's _________ 46% 25% Dairy Queen 40% 31% Hamm's 39 Johnson House 35 Frederick Hdwe. __ 32 V.F.W. 32 Vogel Cardinal 32 Coastto-Coasit 28 Everds Bros. 25 Gambles 22 High Team Series Lindsays 2528 High Series Loretta Ditsworth 513 High Game Joyce Dailey 187 THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W L Gene's Electronics __ 48 24 Carnation Milk 42% 29% Hub Clothiers _'___ 40% 31% Hamm's No. 2 _____ 40 32 Pettit's 38 24 Algona Lanes 30 42 M. & D. Auto 25% 46% Hamm's No. 1 23% 48% High Team Series Gene's Electronics 2894 High Series Richard Frieders 590 High Game Robert Henderson 244 COFFEE CUP W Eight Balls 34% Petticoats 34 Bobetts 26 Black Cats 24 Sharks 20% Question Marks 17 High Team Series Petticoats : High Series Zelma Johnson High Game Zelma Johnson L 17% 18 26 28 31% 35 2697 . 507 211 ON DEAN'S LIST Ames — On the Dean's list at Iowa State University are four students from this area. From Algona are Jean Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mads Christensen; Lance Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Johnson; Vicki Steil, niece of Mrs. L. C. Reding; Bode, Kent R. Schulze, son of Glen Schulze; Whittemore, Earl H. Maahs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Maahs. REPORT OF CONDITION of BURT SAVINGS BANK of Burt, in the State of Iowa at the close of business on December 31, 19*5. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection 142,531.28 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 860,645.4) 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 10,000.00 7. Other loans and discounts 643,745.44 8. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises .. _. ._ 1 501 00 11. Other assets 86.96 12. TOTAL ASSETS 1,658,510.09 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations __ 831,336.10 14. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 510,366.17 15. Deposits of United States Government 5,793.60 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 152,422.93 19. Certified and officers' checks, etc. __ 47000 20. TOTAL DEPOSITS $1,500,388.80 (o) Total demand deposits 990,022.63 (b) Total time and savings deposits 510,366.17 24. Other liabilities (including mortgages and other liens on bank premises and other real estate) 5,294.99 25. TOTAL LIABILITIES 1,505,683.79 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 26. (c) Common stock—total par value 50,000.00 27. Surplus 5000000 28. Undivided profits 52,826.30 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 152,826.30 31. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1,658,510.09 MEMORANDA 1. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 1,425,676.88 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date 629,995.65 3. Loans as shown in item 7 ot "Assets" are after deduction of valuation reserves of 1,438.66 We H. E. Rachut, President, and H. E. Rachut, Jr., Cashier, of the above- named bank do solemnly swear Inat this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief. H. E. Rachut (President) H. E. Rachut, Jr. (Cashier) Correct—Attest: Kirby J. Smith L. E. Linnan ) Donald Patterson R. |. Mawdsley ) Directors G. W. Patterson Q. H. McMullen ) State of Iowa, County of Kossuth, ss: ,,-,-»,, Sworn to and subscribed before me this llth day of January, 1966, (SEAL) and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bonk „ ui• L. ^ • .u y comrr "",'°' 1 expires July 4, 1966. Audrey Hoverly, Notgry Public. Published in the Algona Kotsuth County Advance, Algona, lowg Jgnugry 17 1966 Bears in easy victory over Austin Pacelli A year ago, immediately after his team had fallen to a great Pacelli of Austin team, Garrigan Coach Steve McCall made a promise to be ready for Pacelli this year. And he sure lived up to that promise. Sporting, in short, a great team effort, the Bears started hot, finished hot, and played the game hot to win by 81-59. In the first quarter, following the lead of Dick Muller and Don Potthoff, the Bears trailed only once, 3-2 in the opening seconds. Then they opened up to j>ile up a 24-17 first quarter lead as they punched through nine field goals and six of six free throws to take a commanding lead and leave the dazed Shamrocks biting the dust. The second quarter was.much )ri the same line as the first as the Bears shaded Pacelli by a 20-12 margin to take a 44-29 intermission, lead, i During the first half, the Bears collected their 44 points on 18 field goals and eight of 11 free throws. Muller was doing the big share of the scoring and, at the half, had totaled seven field goals and a gift shot to lead all scorers with 15 points. Bill Reding was second with ten as Potthoff, Bob Smith, and Brian LaBarre had tallied eight, six. and four, respectively. Rebounding, the Bears held an 18-14 edge over the Shamrocks, Potthoff getting six with Muller and Reding snagging five and four. As for Pacelli, they were behind for the most because of not enough shots. Limited to a mere 22 shots, the Shamrocks could cash in on only nine of these. Tom Ball was leading the Pacelli quint at the intermission with 12 points. Dan Carroll added 10 and topped their rebounding with four. Pacelli threatened at the start of the second half as they chopped Garrigan's lead to 4940 before the Bears shifted into high gear again. " Score at the end of the third stanza was 58-42 as Muller arid Reding had, by then, collected totals of 18 and 16 points. Tom Ball of Pacelli kept peppering the basket to have 20 at the end -)f the third period. The Bears finished with 23 fourth quarter points to Pacelli's 16. Scoring for Garrigan was confined to seven players, four ,of which placed in double figures. Reding was high man with 23 as Muller followed with 20. Bob Smith had 13 and Don Potthoff added 10. For Pacelli, Tom Ball tossed in 27 points as no other Shamrock got more than ten. Garrigan, now 9-1 for the season, has one game to go before the annual Sioux City Diocesan tournament. And that one is against Mason City Newman, the only team so far to set the Bears down in defeat. They won by 82-71 on their own court and this Friday night it is Garrigan's turn to play the host. The Golden Cubs, led by Jack Muller's 22 points, handily set the Pacelli sophs down in defeat by 48-36 as Kevin O'Brien and Jim Walker added nine and eight points respectively. GARRIGAN (81) fg ft pf Bleich 1 1-5 3 Smith 5 3-5 4 Potthoff 3 4-6 4 Muller 9 Reding •_ 8 LaBarfe 3 Youngwifth __ 2 Long 0 Ringsdorf 0 Becker 1 o TOTALS _____"_ 31 2-2 7-8 0-0 2-3 0-0 0-0 0-0 . 19-29 iu PACELLI (59) fg ft p< Ball .. 10 7-9 4 Halverson 1 2-3 3 R. Heise 1 1-4 o Lobb 1 3.4 4 Carroll ..' 26-8 3 Don Wisircill __!__ 1 0-0 3 B. Heise 1 2-4 0 PTarski ____' 1 0-01 Leif 1 o-O 2 Dave Wisircill 0 0-0 2 Jleming o 0-0 1 Jahr o 0-0 0 TOTALS 18 21-32 23 'core by quarters: Garrigan 24 44 58 81 Pacelli 17 29 42 59 Wrestlers lose at Eagle Grove on Wednesday Fresh from their biggest win of the season over Hampton a week ago, the Algona high school wrestling squad traveled to Eagle Grove Wednesday evening and took their worst defeat of the season. When it was 'iver the locals could claim only four varsity wins, all by decision. Final score was Eagle Grove 28, Algona, 12. It should be noted there were three very close matches, all won by the Eagles. Tom Samp lost 1-0 in the last 15 seconds; Clint Young was tied until the final seconds and dropped a 5-3 decision; and Bob Bradford lost a close 4-2 match. Had any or all of these gone the other way, the team score would have been much closer. Algona winners were Larry iVTunger (112-lb); Randy Riedinger (133); Dave Martin (154); and Tom Fitzpatrick. Riedinger has looked very impressive in his last two matches, and this sophomore should be hard to beat the rest of this year. THE JUNIOR VARSITY could not do much better against the Eagles, losing 27-14. Algona winners were Don Camp (127 lb.); Lance Rutledge (133); Larry Taylor (145) and Kevin Hoover (180). Roger Menneke got a draw in the 133-lb. class. The squad traveled to Iowa Falls- Saturday,,,then. go to Char.- les City Friday, Jan. 21, and end their home season here Friday, Jan. 28 against Osage, the Class A champion last year. VARSITY RESULTS 95 — E. Bruhl dec. Paul Watkins (A), 7-0. 103 — R. Thorn pinner Bill Carlson (A), 4:25. 112 — Larry Munger (A) dec. D. Derscheid, 2-0. 120 — K. Stockdale dec. Steve Claude (A), 7-0. 127 — M. Reiland dec. Tom Samp (A), 1-0. 133 — Randy Riedinger (A) dec. R. Busick, 4-0. / 138 — S. Abels dec. Clint Young (A), 5-3. 145 — Schaumburg pinned Russ Shaw (A). 4:24. 154 — Dave Martin (A) dec. J. Yoder, 3-0. 165 — S. Peterson dec. Max Miller (A), 4-0. 180 — R. Groves dec. Bob Bradford (A), 4-2. Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick (A) dec. R. Wingaard, 3-0. IN THE DOGHOUSE INCOME over your If you're driving your family crazy grouching about tax problems and technical language, there'} a quick, inexpensive way out. Take your tax to Block! You'll be back in good graces again! See your nearest Block off ice TODAY! IOTH FEDIIAl AND STATI LIFE iGUAIANTff: W» gugrontft oeeurote prtporgtion pf «vtry lux rfturn. If W« makt on/ error} Ihot «o»» yoy any penalty «r inleitif, W« will pov lh« penally or in" inttntt. America's Largest Tax Service wit* Ov*r MO Officei 108 North Moore ALGONA, IOWA Week Days — 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. PHONE 295-7031 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Swea City wins 9th straight, 5S-42 Tuesday Sw«a Cltv — The high flying Swea City Trojans notched their ninth consecutive victory of the season here Tuesday night and almost matched the score of an earlier win over Sentral. Tuesday night Swea City stopped Sentral 55-42. Earlier in the season Swea City beat Sentral 55-43 at Sentral. Ommund Skaar's 17 points paced Swea City scoring while LeRoy Larsen finished with 15 points and Steve Peterson added 10. Perry Eimers topped Sentral point getters with a dozen and Allan Marlow added 10 points. SENTRAL (42) fg ft pf Eimers 604 Collins 4 0 .0 Uthof , 202 Marlow 4 2 2 Kerber 2 4 0 TOTALS ._„.. 18 6 8 SWEA CITY (55) fg ft pf Hazelhoff 32 2 Elliot 4 0 1 Skaar 812 Peterson 502 L. Larson 710 Anderson 13 0 TOTALS •__ 28 7 7 Ringsted, Burl split pair of games Tuesday Bort — Ringsted's boys sal vaged half of a twin bill here Tuesday night following up an 88-44 loss by the girls to Burt with a 80-83 victory in the boy's game. GIRLS RINGSTED (44) fg ft pf N. Watson 7 '5 0 Miller 403 Sorenson 201 Jensen 005 Anderson 003 Thompson 006 Ellerston 004 Nielson 033 TOTALS 13 18 25 BURT (88) fg ft pf Charlotte Lappe __ 14 6 3 Claudeen Cransten _ 4 7 4 Linda Fairbanks 14 5 3 Gharlene Lappe - 3 0 '0 Ackerman 003 I. Becker 002 Meyer 004 L. Becker 003 TOTALS— 35 18 22 BOYS • RINOSTER (90) fg ft pf Haiisen 753 Peitersen 315 Jerisen — 015 Johnson __._ J— 6 0 5 M. Fisher 732 Miller 12 2.5 J. Fisher „ 0 2 1 Pederson 042 Hoppas 0 2 1 TOTALS 3S 20 29 BURT (83) fg Cunningham '. 1 Moore 0 Black 6 Ortman 9 Lovstad 5 Peter 9 Presthus 0 0 TOTALS 30 23 22 ft pf 1 1 2 3 3 5 3 1 9 5 6 1 St. John's edges Ledyard 79-56 Bancroft — Rob Hatten and Mike-Carpenter hit 26 and 22 points respectively here TUBS* day night to lead St. John's of Bancroft to a 79-56 victory over Ledyard. Earlier in the season Bancroft stopped Ledyard 7462. Bancroft jumped to a 24-9 first quarter lead and held a 41-28 margin at halftime extending the lead to 62-35 at the third stop. Eugene Dontje paced Ledyard scoring with 17 points and Ron Johnson added 11. LEDYARD (56) fg ft pf R. Johnson 351 Berg 314 R. Lloyd 122 Dontje 733 Bartolo 041 C. Lloyd 0 30 Govern 100 A. Johnson 102 Mayne 300 TOTALS 19 18 14 BANCROFT (79) fg ft pf Carpenter 94 Diers 52 Hatten 11 4 Murray : 2 0 McCarthy 2 0 Farrow 4 0 Meyer 1 0 Stork 0 1 TOTALS 34 11 15 IN COLLEGE PLAY Vicki Steil is a member of the cast for the Iowa State pro duction of "Where's Charlie?' a musical comedy to be given January 26-29. Oliver Wendell Holmes called Baltimore the "gastronomic me tropolis of the Union." Council, mayor are sworn in at Ledyard Ledyard — Monday, Harold Warner, town clerk, swore Ma* yor Gus Simonsmeier, and councilmen Everett Thompson, Harold Wentworth, Lawrence Ternes, and A. J. Kollasch into office. Former councilman, Bernard Reilly, was appointed to fill the vacancy of B. E. Gilbertson. Reilly, who had not been a candidate for the office of councilman in the November election, was also appointed to serve as Mayor pro-tern. Rev. and Mrs. Robert Wessels and daughter of Grand Rapids, Mich, and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Zweifel of Corwith visited with Mrs. George Thompson on Tuesday. Mrs. Wessels is a niece of Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Zweifel. Mr. and Mrs. Larry DeBoer of Ames visited with Supt. and Mrs. Gilbert DeBoer over the weekend. Jon DeBoer is also spending his vacation from Iowa State University with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Black spent Christmas with their daughter and family, the Tom Mitchells in LeMars. They returned home Tuesday evening. The Mitchell home received second prize in the city of Le Mars Christmas lighting contest. Add Ledyard Mrs. George Thompson returned home Monday after spending six days with her three sons and their families' in Sioux City. Supper guests at the Herman Goetz home on Christmas Day were Mr. and Mrs. Harley Paschke and family of Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Goetz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Goetz and family of Buffalo Center. Dawn Paschke stayed to visit her grandparents during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ploeger joined members of their fami ly, the Wayne Heetlands from Bloomington and Merritt Ploeger of Minneapolis, at the Lowell Zweirs in Redwood Falls, Minn, for Christmas. Mrs. George Thompson spent New Years Day at the home of Charlotte and Jannette Mason in LuVerne where a family reunion was held. Phyllis Dontje visited her grandmother, Mrs. Henrietta Dontje, from Wednesday until Friday. Good Luck to the LuVerne Boys and Girls Basketball teams IN THE This mtitagt sponsored CORNER STORE HUFF'S CAFE LAWSON HARDWARE RICHARD GRONBACH LU VERNE BUILDING CO. LU VERNE CLINIC LU VERNE LANES VILLAGE PUMP NIELSEN'S DX North Star Tournaments This Week The undersigned LuVerne merchants take thii opportunity to wish the LuVerne boys and girls basketball teams the best of luck in tournament games this week and next. Just a* we have backed you all season long, we are behind you 100% again in your big games next week. Let's bring home the championship trophies to LuVerne, by KM* (wMle-sprited firm: SANFORD Plumbing & Heating BLAKE FUNERAL HOME LOWELL'S STANDARD Service LU VERNE OFFICE OF THE SECURITY STATE BANK LU VERNE CO-OP, ELEVATOR LU VERNE INSURANCE Agency PATTERSON ELECTRIC TRAUGER'S JACK SPRAT ZENTNER LIVESTOCK

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