The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1967 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1967
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4-Algona (la.) Uppar Des MdinM Thursday, Nov. 16, 1967 JOINT CELEBRATION GRID GUESSERS CONTEST BY OL' MAN MOSE An Algona woman, Avis Bradley, captured the top position in the UDM Grid Guessers' contest with 19 correct games and a total point estimate of 64. She missed when Baylor, Washington and Drake were defeated. The total high game score was 72 as South Dakota U. upset Drake 37-35. Mrs. Bradley will receive $7 for her effort. Second place winner was Mrs. Richard Dugan, Box 34, Elwood, la., with 18 correct and 68 points. A tie for third resulted when Jim Hoffman and Mrs. John Hanselman, both Algona, picked 18 right with 65 points. On the honor roll this week with 18 correct games are Mrs. Charles Hoffman, Lynn Dole and Cecil Meyer of Algona; and Roland Kouski, Des Moines. The dubious honor of claiming the Mourner's Bench went to John Chrischilles, who picked only 9 winners. In the UDM staff contest, Denny Waller won for the third time this season- tops in the office. Record Setter Sundet Although only a relative newcomer to the sport, Luther College senior. Bruce Sundet of Algona is experiencing the kind of season many veterans dream of. He is shown here with Coach Halverson. ". 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 championship and also become 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 recently 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, Augustana (HI.) and Carleton. 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., Nov. 11. Sundet's fine season also includes a second place finish behind Al Siefel of Cartilage in the All-Lutheran meet held at Valparaiso, Ind. The smooth, polished runner is a favorite of his teammates and was elected to captain this year's harrier squad. "He also is co-captain of the 1968 track team on which he is a roller. 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. SON IS 11 Tom, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kolp, celebrated his llth birthday Saturday with a bowling party at which guests were Jess Koob, Steve Hutzell, Ed Frank!, Lonnie Carlson, Mark Myers, Jeff Stephenson, Scott Allen, Scott Dodds and Kevin Loss. Refreshments were served at the honoree's home after the game. - o - WED 71 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Julius Knopf observed their 71st wedding anniversary Saturday at Good Samaritan Home where they have been residents the past few years. They formerly lived at LuVerne and arrangements for the party were made by their daughter, Mrs. Henry Zwiefel. Guests Saturday were Mesdames Bierstedt, Hanson, Hessie, Ramus, LuVerne, and the beautifully decorated cake was presented by Mrs. Pergande. Hymns were sun|, Mrs. Zwiefel read a poem dedicated to the grandparents and sent by their grandson, Rev. Richard Zwiefel, Denver, Colo. Local guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Buscher, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Zwiefel, Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie and Mrs. Grady Phillips. In further celebration, a family gathering was held Sunday. In attendance were Mrs. Thelma Knopf, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Knopf, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Peterson, Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. George Knopf, Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Wood, Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Jass and Maude Knopf, Mason City, William Knopf, 92, brother of Julius who is 91, and was brought here by his son, Paul of Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Buscher and Mrs. Henry Zwiefel. - o - HOUSEWARMING A housewarming was held recently by the neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moe. The house was purchased by the Moes from the Mary Copp estate. A joint celebration was held Sunday at the Ervin Wiltgens for the first birthday of their daughter, Stacey, and the other a farewell for Louis Schmidt, Garner, who is entering service. Guests were Stacey's maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Koppen, Wesley, her sponsors, Marjorie Koppen, Whittemore, and Louis Schmidt, Louis' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Schmidt, Garner, Mrs. Alex Dermand, Mrs. Ralph Donovan and Louise Hauptly. - o - CLUB DATES Mrs. Milton Norton will be hostess to her Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 15. Mrs. Harold Gilmore will be hostess to her bridge club Wednesday. The Eight Specks 500 club meets Wednesday evening with Mrs. Rose Sigsbee. The Royal Lodge meets Tuesday evening with Mrs. Bernita Lynk. - o - ARE WED HERE The marriage of Mrs. Frances Moe and Joseph Arndorfer was solemnized at 9:30 mass Monday at St. Cecelia Catholic church, the Msgr.Gearenofficiating. The couple was attended by Mrs. Thomas Moe and Richard Moe, daughter-in-law and son of the bride. A family breakfast was held at Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moe's. The couple is at home for the present in her apartment at 106 West North St. - o - PANCAKE SUPPER Church of the Nazarenes will hold a pot-luck supper for members and friends in the parsonage basement Nov. 18 at 6:30 p. m. - o - BIRTHDAY OBSERVED The 25th birthday of David Hanselman was observed Sunday at the home of his parents, the John Hanselmans. Four tables of 500 were in play and high score prizes were won by Wm. Naylor and Mrs. Tom Ellefson. Low score prize winners were Tom Ellefson and Mrs. Amand Dangelser. David has recently joined the National Guard. - o- FAREWELL PARTY A farewell party is being given Wednesday evening for Mrs. Robert Boeckholt at Mrs. L. E. Hovey's, whose daughter-in-law, Mrs. David Hovey, is making her home with her while David is in service. Mrs. Hovey is employed as a nurses aide at Good Samaritan Home I and Mrs. Boeckholt has been employed there. She and her husband are moving to Forest City. Mrs. Boeckholt will be employed in the Forest City hospital. - o - BIRTHDAY FETE The birthday of Mrs. Phil Puffer of Corwith will be observed Saturday. Her sisters, Mrs. George Manus, Burt, and Mrs. Lawrence Gillespie, will be in charge of arrangements and guests will be Anna Meyers, Corwith, Mrs. Etta Holdren, Burt, and Mrs, Verle Elmore and Kristy. Mrs. Elmore is a niece of the honoree and daughter of Mrs. Gillespie. CHURCHES CIRCLES of the Methodist W.S. C.S. meet Nov. 16 as follows: May, Mrs. Otto Engstrom; June, Mrs. Emma Pittman; Sept., Mrs. Merle Webster; Oct., Mrs. Dean Taylor; Nov., Mrs. Wm.Noland; Dec., Mrs. George Wolfe; Feb., Mrs. Esther Helberg; Apr., Mrs. C. R. McQuiston. Methodist W.S.C.S January and March circles will meet Nov. 15 at Mrs. James Andreasen's. At the Methodist church, Saturday at 9:30 a. m., there will be a confirmation class. Sunday, at 5 p. m., senior M.Y.F. will meet and this is the last time canned goods can be brought for the Mission in the Valley project. UNION Thanksgiving services will be held Nov. 22 at 7:30 p. m. at the Presbyterian church. The Presbyterian Women's circles will meet Nov. 16 as follows: A, Mrs. Wm. Funk and Mrs. Jess Hill; B, Mrs. Ethel Colwell and Mrs. John Jennings; C, Mrs. Ernest Godfredson and Mrs. Mae Grotte; D, Mrs. Casey Loss and Mrs. Merlon Baker. CIRCLES of the First Baptist church meet Nov. 16 as follows: I, Mrs. Paul Richardson; n, Mrs. Mack Carlson. THE fall meeting of the Aid Association for Lutherans was held in the Trinity Lutheran church fellowship hall, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p. m. HAPPY MNKSfilVINC rt» HOOD'S - .. - .--.•.-----•-• jm .___^_^__^_^_i_^^^_^^^_^_ J .—„ „.. .. .„ ., . .. ^^^^^^^^W 9^^UWM W^^^^B ^mmmf^ ^^BM^m^ ^UMMM^BM*^^ ^^^^^^ jThursday, Nov. 16,J967 Algona (la.) 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