The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1967 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1967
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lO-Afgona, (la.) Uppor Dm MelnM Tu«sd0y, March 14, 1M7 Espe, Claude Selected On All-Conference First Team Two members of Algona High School's fine 1966-67 basketball team were honored this week when they were selected to the North Central All-Conference Team. Tom Claude and Craig Espe, seniors and the highest scoring guard combination in the history of the school, were selected by loop coaches on the Jj. - st team and the club's other three starters, Gregg Betts, Bill Boldridge and Brocke Laws, were named to the honor roll. Espe was a unanimous choice, along with Ken Grabinski, Clear Lake, and Mike Kalkbrenner, Clarion, who received the honor despite the fact an ankle injury kept him on the shelf during the portion of the season. Joining Claude, Espe, Grabinski and Kalkbrenner on the first team were Jim Eltlng, Clear Lake, and Tim Shelton, Webster City. On the second team were Jerry Boyington, Clarion, Bill Brauman, Eagle Grove, Jim Heilskov and John Zimmer, Hampton, Doug Marso, Humboldt, and Bill McCoy, Iowa Falls. The top nine scorers in the league were among those named to the first two teams. Claude led the loop with 297 points and a 21.2 average; Grabinski was second, 278, 19.9; then came Espe, 268, 19.1; Kalkbrenner, 221, 18.4; McCoy, 230, 16.4 Elting, 213, 15.2; Marso, 210, 15; Brauman, 200,14.2; and Zimmer, 194, 13.8. Others on the honor roll were Dave Berg, Dave Brooks and Al Larson, Webster City; Alan Blanchard, Doug DeSmidt and Rick Kuhlman, Humboldt; Craig Chapman, Bruce Evenrude and Doug Floy, Clear Lake; Louie Deal and Dennis Meyer, Iowa Falls; Steve Hoath, Eagle Grove; Ron Missildine, Hampton; and Jack Smith, Clarion. Algona captured the varsity and junior varsity titles during the recent season with 13-1 and 12-2 marks in loop play. Clear Lake finished second in each division. Ex-Garrigan Coach Feted At Centervilie Pat Daugherty, former varsity baseball coach and assistant in other sports at Garrigan High School, was named Outstanding Young Educator of the Year by the JayCees at Cen- tervilie recently. Daugherty left here to become varsity baseball coach at Cen- tervilie Community College after a very successful tenure at Garrigan. He was also featured in a recent column in the Des Moines Tribune by Bill Bryson in which the writer dealt with the signing of athletes by professional clubs. Daugherty's Centervilie club has a 34-game slate on tap this year, opening with a 6-game trek to Oklahoma. His team finished with a 15-6-1 mark a year ago, tops in the school's history, and six games were rained out. He has two Algona prospects listed on his roster this year Chuck Geilenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hank Geilenfeld, a 1966 Garrigan grad, and Gary Barr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Barr, 1966 Algona High grad. Both played a lot of ball here 2 Farm Homes Robbed In Absence Of Owner Palo Alto county officers were still checking out clues following break-ins at two farm homes, west of Fenton just over the Kossuth line, which took place last week. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dallam who farm three miles north of Depew were gone most of a day, and when they returned home found $750 worth of personal belongings, including about $100 in meat missing, and their home a shambles. The extra sad part was that it was the 25th wedding anniversary of the Dallams that very day. At a nearby farm home, that of Ted Nelsons who are vacationing in the south, two miles south of Depew, similar damage was done. A back door had been broken in. Discovery of the damage and loss was made by a neighbor, Elmer Johnson, who stopped by to check things over. The interior of the Nelson home was also a shambles. In January, a similar robbery had been reported from the farm of Maurice Besch, 4 1/2 miles east of Cylinder. It is evident to authorities that whoever is doing the thieveing is somewhat familiar with the. area and the families in it and their activities and when they are away from home. Warnings have been isbued for residents of the area to take special precautions when leaving their homes for any length of time. U-Go-l-Go The U-Go-I-Go Club held their monthly meeting March 6 at the home of Becky Tielebein. Plans for 4-H Day were made. A bake sale is scheduled for 4-H Day. 4-H pledge was led by Debbie Sewick. Music led by Charlotte Lemkee and Joyce Sifert. Talks were given by Marlene Golwitzer, Debbie Bulten and Becky Tielebein. Demonstration by Debbie Sewick. Guest was Mrs. Sifert. ANNIVERSARY An open house to honor Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Stonebraker, Hampton, on the occasion of their 73rd wedding anniversary was held in the Church of Christ, Hampton, March 5. Dan Bray Heads S.U.I. Club DAN BRAY Dan Bray, 19-year-old son of Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Bray, Algona, has been elected president of The Newman Club at the State University of la., Iowa City. A graduate of Garrigan High School, Dan is a sophomore in pre-medicine at the university and a resident at Rienow dormitory. Grant For 2 New Services The Kossuth County OEO Advisory Board met in the Court House at Algona, on March 7. This is the committee that plans the local Poverty Program. Present at the meeting were Joe Straub of Algona, chairman; Mrs. Rosemiiry Dudding and Mrs. Martha Nemmers of Bancroft; Ted Hoover, Jr., of Titonka; Cecil Thoreson and Mrs. Bernice Heneman of Swea City; Oliver Carlson, Rev. Robert Lorenzand Steve McCall of Algona; and Harry Naffziger of LuVerne. The Advisory Board discussed at length the possibility of establishing two multi-purpose centers in Kossuth county. A Service Center would be the focal point of the local community action program. The committee voted to proceed with the organization of the multi-purpose centers. The cost of the program is estimated to be about $15,000 a year. There are many of Spring has sprung The grass has riz, We know where THE VALUES IS! P. S. — Just Received — new stock of Spring-wear for men & boys at DIAMOND'S theat centers alj«sdy established in the state of Iowa. The Kossuth county committee Is planning to visit some of the existing centers in Iowa. The Center would provide an outreach service that would serve the whole county. There are two areas of service. They feel that there is a definite need for local employment service. Persons in Kossuth county who are unemployed or underemployed must travel to Ft. Dodge for information concerning employment and training programs. The second interest is in the area of home health aides that would work in the homes of the low income persons and the elderly throughout Hie county.. The com* mlttee stressed the idea that the services would be available in all areas of Kossuth County. Another meeting is planned after Easter to make further plans. It is hoped that space for the Centers would be donated. Other members of the committee not able to attend include Ed Elbert, Whittemore; Mrs. Orlene Hinrichsen, Swea City; Vincent Meyer, Bancroft; Mrs. Rose Ann Mondragon, Whittemore; Harold Montag, West Bend; and Lawrence Schiltz, Bode. "Kosrath County's Favorite Newspaper" GIVE YOUR FIELDS A BREAK! And, cut your workload in half! A quick trip over your plowed fields with a BRADY Field Cultivator gives you the finest seedbed you've ever known. Why not attach the dolly and planter and dp the entire job in one trip? Then, also use it for summer fallowing—stuble mulching—pasture and hayland renovation. You get exact 6" or 9" shank spacings and hydraulically adjustable depth control. 3 models, each expandable. Sizes from ll'/z' to 33'/2' wide. 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