The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1967 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 28, 1967
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B-Algono (la.) Upper DM Molnei Tuesday, March 28, 1967 Tot Pleased With Big Bunny Registration for a huge Easter Bunny went on at Hood's Super Valu here for several weeks- and the drawing for the stuffed animal was held Friday evening. Winner of the bunny, Martha Smith, 17 months, Is shown In the photo admiring her playmate with Bill Hood, store owner, looking on. Martha Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Jr.- and the parents were overjoyed Sunday morning when they discovered the bunny hadn't laid any Easter eggs. Just imagine how large they'd be. At any rate, the drawing, sponsored by Hood's and Pepsi-Cola, attracted a large number of registrations. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) Reding, Espe Top All-State Picks, Register, IDPA Basketball Teams Eleven of the top basketball players in this area during the recent season, led by Bill Red- Ing and Craig Espe, standouts at Garrlgan and Algona High, respectivley, were named to the All-State squads selected by the Des Moines Sunday Register and IDPA during the weekend. Reding, 6-4 senior guard, led the area on both aggregations, landing a third team spot on the IDPA selections and a fifth team position in the Register. Espe, 5-9 senior, was named a guard on the Register's seventh team and was listed on the honor roll by the IDPA. Apparently the most highly- regarded player from this entire area, however, was Pete Wessels, &-0 Buffalo Center guard. The senior wound up on the IDPA's second team and the Register's third. Ken Grabinski, 6-6 junior Clear Lake Center, placed on the same teams as Wessels. As ususal, some pretty fine basketball players were forced to take the rough end of the stick to make room for the lads who made it to the State Tournament with their teams. All- State teams named by the Register and IDPA were crowded with boys who were fortunate enough to play at Des Moines. Both All-State squads had U from this area listed, with a little variation in the selections. The Register named Tom Claude, AHS guard and leading scorer In the North Central Conference, Dick Muller,GHS center who established a new career scoring mark at that school, Doug Nelson, LuVerne forward, Dick Diers, Bancroft St. John's center, John Luscomb, Armstrong center, Mike Chrlstensen, Twin Rivers forward, Monte Miller, Ringsted forward, and Pat Orthel, Buffalo Center forward, to its honor roll. Jim Eltlng, Clear Lake, Bill Brauman, Eagle Grove, Mike Kalkbrenner, Clarion, Bill McCoy, Iowa Falls, and Tim Shelton, Webster City, all forwards, also made the honor roll. Others on the IDPA squad were Claude, Muller, Brain LaBarre, Garrigan senior guard, Nelson, Luscomb, Miller, Mike Anderson, Corwith-Wesley forward, Orthel, Elting and Kalkbrenner, all on the honor roll. The Bears and Bulldogs wound up with 18-3 and 17-3 season marks, respectivley, records that exceeded those of several clubs in the State Meet. Confirm II, Titonko Good Hope Lutheran Pastor John H. Jacklin officiated at the Confirmation Service at Titonka for eleven youngsters on Palm Sunday, March 19. Those being confirmed were Joyce Boekelr man, Karl Boyken, Martha Boyken, Patricia Gigler, Terry Halnes, Gary Ludwig, Joyce Plaisier, Arlys Redenius, Roger Spear, Alvin Stecker and Randy Tjaden. Former LuVerne Cage Star Was State Referee LU VERNE-Lu Verne residents^ "who were watching the Boys""aate Basketball Tourna- mant were surprised to see a familiar face among the referees at the tournament. Officiating the class A championship game between Carroll and Sioux Center was Maynard Henderson, son. of Mrs. Minnie Henderson of Lu Verno. Maynard, who graduated from LuVerne High School, was a basketball player for Lu- Verne High In the '40's. He now farms near Cedar Falls. He is mtrried and has two children. Mr. Henderson spends considerable time officiating at high school and college basketball games. Banquet Invitation Coach Beanie Cooper and the most valuable football players on his 1966 squad, Bill Reding and Dick Muller have been invited to the annual Northwest lowaSports Banquet in Storm Lake, Tuesday evening, April 4, at 7:00 p.m. The event is sponsored by the Storm Lake Chamber of Commerce. Smith-Corona Portable Type- wrlters, Victor Adding Machines, at THE UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. InAlgona- competitive catalog prices. To Afden High Loren (Red) Burnett, assistant in several sports at Algona High school and member of the phys ed department during the 196667 school year, has signed to serve as head football coach at Alden high school for 1967-68. He will succeed Bob Snow. Burnett came to Algona after three years at Titonka where his football team twice won the State Line Conference title. Milt Butzke Of Whittemore ISU Dorm VP Milt Butzke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Butzke of Whittemore, has been elected to the post of external vice president of the newly-formed South Men's Residence Association at Iowa State University, Ames. Butzke is a sophomore in civil engineering and a resident of Nielsen House of Storms Hall. He is a student senator in government of the student body and is chairman of the senate welfare committee. Dairy Honor Gerald Pedersen of Ledyard was named to the Producer's Honor Roll at the Des Moines Cooperative annual dairy meeting held last week inDesMoines. To be named, Gerald attained a farm score of 97 or higher on routine farm inspections made by the Department of Health, WHY is Hi-lex your best bleach buy? Why? Because only Hi-lex contains special formula that helps separate ami keeps out dirt from fabrics to give you a snowy-white wash every time. Hi-lex sanitizes and deodorizes, too . . . makes dozens of cleaning jobs easier and /c.w c.v/xvisar. Cood reasons why you should insist on Hi-lex Premium Bleach. FOR A HOSPITAL CLEAN HOME INSIST ON Hi-lex City of Des Moines, during the calendar year 1966, and had above average sediment grades, an average bacteria count of under 10,000 per ml., and an average milk temperature of below 50 degrees Farenheit during the periods covered by these Inspections. Gerald and his wife, the former Dorothy Gade of Algona, and their three children live in Grant township. New Library Building Is Set, Wesley WESLEY - The Wesley town council and the library board have been working on a plan for a new library building. Now finalized, the new building will cost $14,000. The building will be 40»x50', made of concrete block, located beside the present building on Main street, which years ago was Dr. Adams' office. More room is needed for the library's 3,000 books and the area Extension's 700 books. Five hundred dollar's worth of books are in the process of being added from a state grant. The new building will allow room for each age group to be separated. An educational room will be available for small group meetings. A story hour is being planned. The directors of the Kinney- Lindstrom foundation of Mason City will give $8,000 toward the cost of the building. Wesley area must raise the remaining $6,000. No donations will be too small for this building that Is badly needed and which will be an asset to the town. A community fund raising drive will be held the first two weeks in April. Money on pledge is to be paid by Aug. 1, 1967. The money can be deposited at the Exchange State Bank or given to Mrs. Clara Erdman, treasurer for the Wesley library board. Slate Clinic For Crippled Area Children The State Services for Crippled Children (SSCC) will conduct a clinic in Forest City Thursday, April 13, to provide diagnostic and evaluation services for crippled children. Patients from the following counties are eligible for the clinic: Cerro Gordo, Hancock, Kossuth, Winnebago and Worth. The clinic is open to patients under 21 years of age who have chronic or crippling conditions, and who have been referred by their physician or dentist. There is no fee for the examination. Director of the SSCC is Dr. John C. MacQueen, Associate Dean of The University of Iowa 5 Straight A Records At Twin Rivers Two seniors and three sopho- inores named on the Twin Rivers Community High School honor roll for the third quarter of classes, achieved straight "A"s. (A 4.00 grade average is necessary for an "A" mark.) They are David Hoyt and Gerl Vedvik, seniors and Chris Hoyi, Marlys Kemna and Russ Thompson, sophomores. Others on the quarter honor roll (3.00 average or above) irr: SENIORS: Carlene Hanson, Roberta Roland, 3.80; Mary M e 1 a v i n, Mary Lou Olson, 3.75; Trudy Rossing, Richard Zelme'.. 3,60; Jim Collins, Celeste Ehi^ardt, Carol Fl- derllck, Sharon Joiner, Jack Knudson, 3.50; b^rbara Kozajda, 3.40; Mary Kozajda, Arlys Wehrspann, 3.25; Moni Aure, Ruth Bakken, 3.20; Susan Erdmann, Dennis Kissinger, Joyce Lurkens, Thola Salmon, Sandi Thui, 3.00. JUNIORS: Linda Vosberg, 3.80; Jan Bjordal, Kathy Jacobson, 3.60; Doug Logue, 3 GO; Nancy Eisenbarth, 3.25; Steve Bergum, Jeanette Evenson, Marlyce Tompklns, 3.00. SOPHOMORES: Alice Eastman, 3.80; JoEllen Meyer, Elaine Sorlien, Lorrie .Wendt, 3.60; Marsha Hacker, Richard Jo Jenson, Mike Zeimet, 3.40; Calvert Janssen, Valeria Monson, Ruth Olson, Larry Torkelson, Dana Vige, 3.20; Becky Aure, Nancy Halsrud, Sherry Hauck, Jacque Kinne, Julie Ver Steeg, Cheri Wonderly, 3.00. FRESHMEN: Jackie Jacobson, Robert Olson, Amy Wehrs- pann, 3.80; Jeanne Pfllbsen, 3.60; Diane Olson, 3.20; Carmen Janssen, Cheryl Kissinger, Jan Nelson, 3.00. ACT Testing Program Set Here May 13 College-bound high school itu- dents in Iowa have until Apr, 22 to register through their high schools for the May tests of the American College Testing Program (ACT). All students planning to enter the University of Iowa are required to take the tests. The ACT battery will be given May 13 In Algona at the high school building. More than 1300 colleges and universities across the country require or recommend that their prospective students take the tests. Scores are used by participating schools in student guidance, admissions, placements, and selection of scholarship and loan recipients. The tests consist of an information section, a student profile, and questions in each of four subject areas - English, mathematics, social studies, and natural science. INCREASE DIESEL HORSEPOWER WITH A PRODUCT OF MARVEL-SCHEBLER DIVISION BORG-WARNER CORPORATION, DECATUR, ILLINOIS AUTOMATICALLY introduce* LP gas at loads exceeding 65%. INCREASES HORSEPOWER (15-30% on till tnginti) REDUCES EXHAUST SMOKE CUTS DIESEL FUEL CONSUMPTION CUTS OIL DILUTION LEAVES ENGINE CLEANER PROVIDES SMOOTHER POWER • »»l. Ptndlnf Thermoaas Of Algona SO.PHILLIPS ST, 29^*2841 Lynn Munyer 1$ Ledyard Girls 1 Stater Lynn Munyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Munyer, has been selected by Ledyard American Legion Auxiliary as delegate to Girls State June 5-11 at State College of Iowa campus, Cedar Falls. Lynn has been active in the ALA junior group and is serving as District 8 Junior Auxiliary sergeat-at-arms. She takes part in school activities and is president of Methodist Youth Fellowship and a member of the Methodist choir. Marlene Johnson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Duane Johnson, was chosen alternate. She is active In school affairs. As a member of Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church, she is an assistant Sunday School teacher and sings In the choir. Gets Summer Honor Rose Hutchison, daughter of Mrs. Fay Hutchison and a sophomore at Algona High received word that she had been accepted by the Phillips Exeter Academy for their summer school program. Rose also received a comprehensive scholarship which will cover not only all of her expenses at the academy but her traveling expenses as well. The summer program commences on June 27th and runs through August 10th. "TRACY" dancing Monday thru Friday playing Sat. nite, April 1. PINE ROOM — Hotel Algona — Welfare Meeting An 8-county welfare board meeting was held at the Johnson House here Monday. A discussion of new application regulations was to beheld, according to Mrs. Helen Huber, Kossuth, county director of welfare. Grass Fire Algona firemen were called to extinguish a grass fire at the farm of Jim Gray, Galbraith, at 3:40 p.m. Saturday. "Konnth County'! Favorite Newspaper" LINDSAY LEVER HARROWS Flexible or Rigid (PISS Ulvsfraftrf) PB55 PB6 PB6'/* 5 5'/a ft. 6 ft. 6'/a ft. 7 ft. Wl. 100 UH. Wt. 110 Ibf. Wt. 116 Ibf. Wl. 127 Ibf. Wl. 133 Ibf. AVAILABLE IN ft. 40 TMth 43 TMth 47 TMth 51 TMth SSTMth TOOTH BARS-W O.D. high carbon steel tubing. 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