The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1968 · Page 24
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don smrth THERE were a pair of firsts for many Algona High basketball fans attending the Bulldog- Clarion fray here Friday night. Everyone In the packed house witnessed a duo of special features. First off, Coach BUI Simpson's hustling sophomores took the floor in the first contest of the evening- meeting Clarion's junior varsity. The youngsters, who play a regular schedule during the winter months, just as Coach Lynn Kueck*s frosh do, got a chance to show a large crowd their wares - and nearly managed to overcome too many fouls and injuries before dropping a 2- point decision. FOR many (especially proud parents like yours truly), appearance of sixth grade teams from Lucia Wallace and Bryant proved to be the high point of the night. A split squad from Lucia Wai" lace, under Steve King, went at it during halftime of the sophomore fray and a similar group from Bryant did the same between halves of the varsity match, which Howie Stephenson's club won handily. Art Olson was the Bryant mentor. PROBABLY the thing thaf s so impressive about these sixth grade games (besides the fact if s the first appearance by the lads on a basketball floor before a large crowd) is how great a play can look when done by someone so young. 'Both games had plenty to offer in the way of outstanding performances - and we imagine local coaches in the crowd drooled over some of the lads when thinking about the future. PRESS boner — Williams missed the short infield fly and ended up flat on his grass just back of second base - Philadelphia Record. COACHES Keith Christie and Simpson officiated the sixth grade contests - and were assured their jobs were fine enough that this writer would not shoot them full of barbs. We think they had as much fun as the kids who had fun for sure. There, BUI, I said I'd compliment you on your job. That'll be a quarter. I was sitting between Dottie Martin (Coach Champ's wife)and Lynn Kueck when the Lucia Wallace crew went at it. Dottie said their Paul was not sure his dad would be too happy about him reporting for basketball practice sessions. Olson and King had less than two weeks to prepare their respective squads for the games - but did a great job. Anyway, Dottie and Champ assured their son it would be okay if he tried the "other sport." Paul managed to flip in a neat 60 MPH lay-up and hit his only free throw chance. The old man might have a tough time talking him out of basketball. Paul was. also worried about what brother Dave (a varsity gr apple r at Iowa State) might think about his playing basketball. IT was a great show - and I'm sure we could pick out several lads that show promise of great things on the court. We know Howie and his crew of coaches wUl be turning out good teams in the future with some of those lads. It's too bad they can't make more than one appearance WALT DISNEY ^-j Presents ^^ UungleBooK W«ll Dun., Production! V '=o( TTOII unnty p*ri Men King Lome (he Most, (he addled ruler of the jungle vine swingers whose greatest ambrtwn, next to cornering <he banana market, is to Lawn's secret for making fir* in Walt Disney's all-cartoon comedy adventure " X Junrie Book," ,c, fh the voice talents of Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot, LomsPrima George Sander,, Sterling Holloway, J. Pat O'Malley and Bruce Ret her man Filrncdn, Technicolor, "The Jungle Book" «,«, inspired by Rudyard King's each season. When they make their annual trek to the high school gym, there are a lot less persons in the hall smoking at halftime. PRESS -boner? Eight candidates, including all four incompetents, are seeking the four city council positions this year- Cheney, Wash. Free Press. IOWA'S big-wigs in the Democratic party don't seem to think Gov. Harold Hughes hurt his political chances for a post in the nation's capital with his tax laws (passed by the 1967 Goofislature), but we feel he might have killed his future. We've never heard anything (law-wise) discussed (let's make it cussed) around here like those laws. It's a shame the Goofislature had to spend so much time in DesMoines and then come up with the crap they did on the last go-around. Before we forget, it was all made possible by both Democrats and Republicans. If you didn't like what your elected officials did at Des Moines - defeat them this time aroundl WE understand one of our good friends got a real fine Valentine after 11 p.m. the day before Valentine's Day recently. How about it ?-?-£•?-? - ?IT'S possible medics may come out with a tremendous announce" ment in about a year. This dis- Standard of the World .,. Cadillac. Motor Car Division First choose Cadillac. Then choose the year. closure, which concerns leukemia, will be one that should make everyone breathe a lot easier. And, if it comes, it will be after an experiment at St. Jude's Hospital in Kentucky. That's the one Danny Thomas has devoted so much time and money to - and viewers of the Tonight Show recently heard Danny tell all about five children who had severe leukemia when they entered the place, were treated with some new drug (or something), the disease thwarted and there's been no sign of it for four years in the five patients. If the youngsters get through another year, the announcement will be made. You will probably read it here first! PRESS boner - The son of the deceased assessor is to succeed his father as successor — New Orleans Times- Picayune. SOCIETY NEWS H[PST CLUBS Mrs. L. E. Hovey entertained her bridge club Feb. 20. Mrs. Roy Hutzell was hostess to the Knit and Sew Club Tuesday. Mrs. Richard Lallier is entertaining her bridge club today (Wednesday). - o - PRAYER MEETING Mrs. Ed Gilmore's home was the place of meeting Friday for the Women's Day of Prayer. - o COUPLES CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Russell Buchanan were hosts to the Couples Club Saturday evening. - o - SEWING CLUBS Mrs. Lyle Steele will be hostess to her sewing club Friday. Mrs. Otto Engstrom's sewing club met at her home Tuesday. Mrs. Richard Norton entertained her sewing club Monday evening. - o - PLAYED BRIDGE Mrs. Steve McCall was hostess to her bridge club Tuesday evening. The Idle Hour Bridge Club meets this afternoon (Wednesday) at the home of Mrs. Delia McCullough. Your dealer has one for almost any budget. movie clock When you think of value, luxury and distinction, the one car that comes first to mine! is Cadillac, it has been that way for as long as anyone can remember, if you select a new 1968 model, you will enjoy the response of Cadillac's all-new 472 V-8-the biggest, smoothest V-8 In passenger car production. And Cadillac Is the Standard of the World in used cars, too. With a previously owned Cadillac, you can look forward to driving pleasure that is unsurpassed ar the price. New or previously owned, Cadillac provides a host of power conveniences—and luxury—in the true Cadillac manner. Your authorized dealer is anxious to accommodate you. So start your Cadillac years now, with a new or previously owned Cadillac. You'll find a new world of motoring (Measure that is priced for almost any family. See your authorized Cadillac dealer while his selection is at its best. SCHULTZ BROS. 1011 SOUTH PHILLIPS • ALGONA, IOWA ALGONA THEATRE WEDNESDAY ONLY-Cinema Arts Film Festival, Complete Program begins at 8 p. m. "Divorce, Italian Style" - 8:15 p. m. THURSDAY and FRIDAY-Walt Disney's "Charlie X, The Lonesome Cougar" - 8:20 p. m. "The Jungle Book" - 7:00- 9:35 p. m. SATURDAY and SUNDAY Walt Disney's "Charlie, The Lonesome Cougar"-2:45-5:258:05 p. m. "The Jungle Book"1:30-4:10- 6:50-9:25 p.m. MONDAY thru WEDNESPAY- Walt Disney's "Charlie, The Lonesome Cougar" - 8:20 p. m. "The Jungle Book" - 7;00- 9:35 P.m. BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. J. F. Milder entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. High winners were Mrs. Charles Hinken and Mrs. Murray Mowers. - o - OBSERVE BIRTHDAYS The birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thilges were observed last Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thilges. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thilges and family. - o Wise men often learn from their enemies. 2 Titonka Boys On Dean's List David Kltzinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kltzinger, and Stephen Cosgrove, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cosgrove, all Titonka, freshmen at Estherville Junior College are on the Dean's List and have been named to the Temporary Honor Society for the first semester, 1967-68. 2000 LIFE POLICY PAID IN FULL TO AGE 23 FOR JUST ONE $120 PREMIUM (each child—0-15) * Help Your Children or Grandchildren BUILD a FORTUNE This ONE payment will start an insurance program which includes the paid-up policy to age 23 ... plus options to guarantee future insurability with NO medical exam. FOR DETAILS—SEE US MIKE SMITH Office Phone 295-3351 Home Phone 295-7093 01$ MOINIJ, IOWA fflRffl BURERU ANNUAL Bean Supper SPONSORED BY Kosftiith County Historical Society • V. F. W. HALL • February 22nd Serving Starts at 5 p,m, MENU BAKED BEANS HAM CABBAGE SLAW HOME MADE BROWN BREAD ROLLS COFFEE CHERRY CAKE Adults $1.75 Grade School Children $1.00 CINEMA ARTS FILM FESTIVAL WEDNESDAY - FEB. 21st - 8 p.m. JOSEPH E. LEVINE „ Mastroianni MARCELLO WINNER, BEST ACTOR AWARD (IttllM Film Crlilci Sllnr Ribbon) An EMIASSV PICTURES ftilim Divorce^ltalian Algona Theatre SHOP ALGONA GEO. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY HERE'S THE MOVIE EVERYONES WAITING FOR ... STARTS THURSDAY FOR 1 WEEK - Feb. 22-28 CONTINUOUS SHOWS FROM 1,30 ON SATURDAY & SUNDAY Weekdays from 7 p.m. - Check^Movie Clock for Feature Times ... The jungle is JUMRIN! WALT DISNEY ^^^^^ presents fflingte ••H^^^. ^^M^B . COLOR TECHNICOLOR An all cartoon feature inspired by Thi HILARIOUS til* of a teen-age mountain lion.. WALT DISNEY ADMISSION, Adults $1.25 (except Sotyrday til $ - $i, 0 o) CHILPRiN (UNDER 15) 75c Anytime COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents STARTS NEXT r>ir^K • •••»%* rtx-%. •-*-••—_* THURSDAY - Feb. 29th SIDNEY POITIER ALGONA THEATRE JAMES CLAVELL'S PRODUCTION OF ti TO SIR, WITH LOVE If

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