The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1967 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1967
Page 24
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(la.) Upper Des Moinei Thursday, April 6, 1967 4-H Basketball Champs The Plum Creek Ixjys, who won the county junior <1-H basketball title with a 30-22 victory over Fenton at Hurt Monday night, are shown here. In front, left to right, J. C. Kain, Don Scott, Norman Becker, D.ivc Scott, Gerald Zwiefel and Stan Eirners. Back row, left to right, Steve Madseu, Frank Meeker, Gary Walkoi, H<>!;<T Sarrhet, Steve Scott and Howard Elmers. Leaders in back are Arlen Uenschuter, Don Madsen and John Scuffliam. (Extension Photo) Members of the LuVerne Eager Beavers basketball team, which won the county championship with an 83-44 victory over Grant Monday night at Burt, are shown in the above photo. They are, front row, left to right, Roger Heinen, John Legler, Larry Curry, Mark Barber, and Joe Fett. Back row, left to right, Gail Wolf, leader, Ronald Wolf, Roger Hanson, LeRoy Hanson, Paul Swanson, Dennie Barber, Michael Pergande and Owen Curry, leader. (Extension Photo) Meyer Coach Of Year Ex-Resident Of Seneca Rites March 30 SF-.NECA - Funtral services ••vere held at the Winnebago Luth'-ran Church, Lake Mills, Thui sda\ afternoon, for Mrs. Gladys Thompson Charlston, 00 of Lake Mills, who passed a •.'.-, r. on Mondas, as the result of ,t cerebral hemorrhage suf- i(.-red earlier in the day. Survivors include two sons, Martin of Mauley, Iowa, andWii- lurd of Lake Mills; also daugh- teis, Louise, MrsBobEngstrom, Akona; Darlene, Mrs. Donald Hecrdt, Lararnie, Wyo; Genora, Mrs. Lloyd Thomas, Lake Mills, Iowa; also Marilyn and Delores at home. Other survivors included two brothers, Kenneth and Joy Thompson of Seneca; also four sisters Mrs. Myrtle Frost of Whittemore; Mrs. Adelia Ellingson, Thompson; Mrs. Abel (/Mice) Hauge, Forest City; and Lila, Mrs. Myron Gilbert of Milford. Gladys Charlston, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Martin Thompson, was born and raised in the Seneca community. Following her marriage to George Charlston, the couple lived and farmed in the Seneca community for a good numlier of years. They moved to Leland area where they farmed until they retired and moved to Lake Mills. Mr. Charlston preceded her in death. Relatives and friends from this area attending the funeral service included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson and Joy Thompson; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg; Mr. Clarence Osborn; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Klien; Mr. Aaron Smith; Also Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Larsen and Mrs. Harry Bonnicksen, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Manno Piedersen, Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn, Cylinder; Mrs. Wm. Brown, Fairmont; Charles Volk, Algona; and Mrs. Minda Lange, Guthrie Center. - o Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Johnson of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests of the Calvin Vaudts. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Looft's brother and family, the Marvin Hoppes, St. James, Minn. The dinner was held in honor of the baptism of the baby daughter of the Hoppes. Mr. and Mrs. Looft served as sponsors at the baptismal service. f CANDY! SALE IOWA ASSOCIATION OF THE DEAF At FINN'S BAKERY Vince Meyer, basketball and baseball coach and instructor at St. John's School at Bancroft for the past 32 years, was named Diocesan Coach of the Year at the annual banquet for Sioux City Diocesan coaches, administrator and members of the press and radio at Laurens Monday night. Coach Meyer, perhaps the best known baseball coach in high school circles in the state, has had 10 Diocesan championship teams during his lengthy tenure at St. John's. Best-known of Meyer's proteges at Bancroft are Denny Menke, shortstop for the Atlanta Braves and Joe Hatten, who spent a lengthy major league pitching career with the Brooklyn Dodgers and Chicago Cubs. His baseball teams have won numerous state titles since he first became coach at St, John's. Promenaders Plan A Social Algona Promenaders Square Dance Club will have their Ice Cream Social Saturday night, April 8. The dance will be held i i i i i i i I i DIAMOND'S featuring Mason Candies • Chocolate Chiffon • Fruit Carnival • Chocolate Mints • Almond Cocoanut i. i $ 1.00 perbox at the VFW Hall and will begin at 8:30. Homemade ice cream and bars will be served for lunch. Caller will be Bob Gillispie of Oskaloosa, Iowa. All square dancers are invited and spectators are welcome. HELP US SUPPORT OUR IOWA CONVENTION SPONSORED BY THE Mason City Convention Club Of The Deaf Jock Purcell, Algona — Chairman i ! i V Governor Hughes has ordered a basement fallout check. He wants it kept confidential, but he hired all women. He hasn't learned much in in 6 years . . . WHOLE SPRING FRYING CHICKENS TENDER ALL MEAT WIENERS GROUND BEEF GUS GLASER'S CHIPPED BEEF3 MONARCH OT PIES lor MONARCH FLOUR I I I I I I I I I I I I I I BLUE BONNET MARGARINE 4 for $100! SWANSDOWN CAKE MIX for FRUIT DRINK HI-C MONARCH STRAWBERRY JAM ^m^^^^^^^^^^ ^ COMPARE PRICES ,50 FREE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS WITH EVERY $5.00 ORDER - EVERYDAY I; ••••••••IjlJI^^IM^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ VOGEL'S Cardinal Store BURT. IOWA

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