The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1961 · Page 6
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(la.) Upper DM Moteti Thursday, Morth 30, T961 Senior 4-H Champs The Union senior 4-H basketball team climaxed a successful series of tournament victories by taking the championship Saturday night with -a 32-26 win over the Garfield seniors. Gra«t downed the Aggressive Lads in the junior conitest. Both games were played al ' Burt. -.;.-The winning Union team is shown above. Squad members are, left to right, front row, Jimmy Abbott, Dean Dodds, Roy'ce Dugan, Tom Henry and Jim Nitchals; second row, Jerry Pingel, Tim Vipond, Doug Jergenson, Jim Pin'gel, Ed Reilly and Kenneth Strayer, leader. (Extension Photo. ~ UDM Engraving) Denny Menke's Homer Puts Team Past LA Angels Bancroft's Denny Menkc, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Menke who received a large bonus when he signed a contract with the Milwaukee Braves organization almost three years ago, proved to be a thorn in the side of the Los Angeles Angels Friday when he belted a home run to lead the Vancouver Mounties to a 9-6 win over the new American League entry at San Bernardino, Calif. Menke's blast came with two mates on base during a five-run Vancouver rally in the bottom of the first inning. Ned Garver, once one of the most feared hurlers in the majors, was on the mound when Menke connected. Menke' was farmed to Vancouver by the Braves this winter. 21 From Area OnlDPABoys All-State List Two more so-called "all- teams", this time dealing with . selection of boys all-state basketball teams, were released during the weekend. The Iowa Daily Press Association listed 21 boys from this area on its honor roll, while the Des Moines Sunday Register, running true to form, listed 10 from this vicinity. Bob Nielsen, Britt's outstanding athlete, was named to the first team all-state by the IDPA, while the best he could do in the Register was third team. Garrigan's Golden Bears, who wound up with a 15-6 won-lost mark placed three men, Dick Heinen, Lyle Loebach and Oscar Froehlich, on the honor roll of the IDPA and Heinen and Froehlich also were selected by the Register. Algona high school's North I Central Conference champs, who finished with a 16-5 record, in-" eluding 15 straight victories during the campaign, got Bob Percival and Gary Peer on the IDPA list but for some reason failed to land anyone in the Register's "select circle." Gary Johnson of Rodman was named to both honor rolls as were Dave Friesenborg, Buffalo Center, John Cordes, Lakota, Gary Snyder, Swea City, Tom Barrett, Armstrong, and Daryl Preston, Sentral's great scorer. Others named to the IDPA honor roll were Larry Huberty, Cylinder, Ken Montag, West Bend, Pete Smith, Ringsted, Bill Carpenter, Buffalo Center, Roger Conway, Swea City, Howard Medin, 'Whittemore, Gary Schumacher, Armstrong, Maurice Sathoff, Titonka, Jay Hoppus, Burt, and Marlin Johnson, Ledyard. Named to the Register's honor roll was Robert Anderson of Corwith-Wcsley. Many other deserving area athletes failed to make the grade on either list — a fact that further points out the utter uselessness of such selections. LuVerne Fifth In State Class C Track Meet LuVerne, a power on area tracks during the past few years, grabbed fifth place in the state indoor Class C high school track meet at Iowa City Friday and Saturday. Bayard repeated as state champion in Class C. Buffalo Center placed seventeenth in class B. Lakeview-Auburn took the B title. Swea City placed 21st in C competition. For LuVerne, the only first place finish was by Paul Gilligan, who tied for top spot with Tony Spencer of Norwalk in the high jump with a 5-9' '•• effort. Oilligan also grabbed a second place finish in the 880 yard run. John Schade wound- up third in the mile run, Jerry Schnetzer got fourth in the shot put event and the LuVerne 880-yard relay team placed fifth. Jack Hendrickson of Swea City wound up in a tie for second in the pole vault with a 10 foot murk. Four Keglers Share Honors Charlotte Baldwin, Rita Bonnstetter, Jim Kelley .and Bud Briggs topped the keglers at Algona Lanes'this week. Mrs Baldwin tossed" a 531 series, including lines of 187 and 180 and Miss Bonnstetter tossed high single line, 212 (she also had a 181), ;o head the ladies, while Kelley lad lines of 212 and 215 on his way to a 612 series and Briggs tossed a 234 (and a 207 and 603 series) to lead the men. Other gals over 160 were Lucile Sloniker 178, Leata Hanselman 186, Frances Weise 179, Kay Voigt 180, Jackie Laing 180, 181 (522 scries), Maxine Hill 189, craldino Rowley 187, Margaret tfeerdt 200, Garlene Gray 183, Henrietta Bricfis 186, Dec Riedel 183, Irene Hanig 179, Phyllis Walker 179, Florence Ashton 175, Jackie Laing 192 (512 series) and Eulalie Altman 176. Men over 210 were Doyle Dailey 223, Dick Reynolds 214, Hank Furst 227, Milo Kollasch 214, Denny Licktcig 210, Eugene Durant 210, Joe Fosnaugh 211, Irvin Mcrtz 229, Wally Erdman 214, John Elbert 212, Ed Wittkopf 215, Dale Reding 213 and Jerry Ferris 227. Burt Coaches To State Line Meet Supt. Harold Martin and coaches Ray Ihnen, Lewis Finch and David Brown attended a State Line conference meeting at Armstrong Thursday afternoon. The purpose of the meeting was to set up track and baseball schedules. Coaches and other school personnel from all 10 Stateline con- fernce schools were in attendance. Algona Lanes To Add Four Alleys A new addition to Algona Lanes this summer will add a total of four new alleys for use of league and open bowlers when the fall season gets underway, according to Bob Riedel and Doyle Dailey, operators of the local bowling emporium. Work on the project will begin May 1. Sande Construction Co. ot Humboldt will complete structural work on the building and AMF will install eight new lanes. Four of the lanes will be laid in the new addition, to be built on thn west side of the present building and the other four will replace old alleys put in I hi- building before it opened for business originally. There will be under-alley ball returns and automatic pinspotters throughout. The 12-Ianes layout will make Algona Lanes one of the largest howling concerns in the entire area. A snack bar will also be added this summer. Parking area north of the building will be expanded to make up for parking space to be used in enlarging the building. To Iowa City Jim Hershberger, track coach at Algona high school, and eight or nine of his thinclads will participate in the state class A track meet at Iowa City Saturday. Hershberger will name the squad today (Thursday). The team has been working out for a couple of weeks, mostly indoors due to inclement weather. A taxpayer is one who does not have to pass a civil service exam in order to work for the government. Annual Meeting Here Saturday The annual' meeting of the Kbssuth County T.B. and Healtl Associatidn was held Saturday March 18 with C.B. Murtagh county chairman, in charge. Annual reports were given by Mrs Claude Slagle,- secretary, and Lloyd Bohannon, treasurer, reported total income from sale o: Christmas seals was $3,920.10. Activities of the association for the past year have included: The food handlers program, which encourages employers anc employees of all dairies, grocery stores, etc., to have chest x-rays made when the mobile x- ray unit is in the county; children in grades 1, 5, 9, and 12 in both public and parochial schools were given TB tests. Of a total of 1985, children 93%, or 1856, children were given this test. There were only a few reactors; in September the mobile x-ray unit came to x-ray school personnel in the county, bus drivers, cooks, lunch room personnel and faculty and other employees. Present at the annual meeting were C. B. Murtagh, Mrs Claude Slagle, Lloyd Bohannon, all officers, Marian Law, Waterloo, Joyce Playden, county health nurse, and town and township chairmen: Mesdames Dettmard Thompson, Swea City; Henry Looft, Fenton; Harold Becker, Burt twp; Lance Reibhoff, Burt; George Lichtey, Ramsey, Twp; Henrietta Dontje, Ledyard; Chester Johnson, Springfield; John Rich, Union Twp; Howard Raney; Irvington; Robert Harrison, Plum Creek; Lyle Patterson, Lincoln: Roy Uthof, Fenton: Hu- aert O'Brien, Riverdale; Elmer Petter, Cresco; Elmer Kubly, Lu- Verne; Alvin Weber, Sherman; August Studer, Prairie; Selmer Jhr, Harrison: Marvin Larson, Swea, and Miss Lois Bentley, Wesley Twp. Local Church To Hold Auction Here April 8 The Algona'Presbyterian church >vi!ll hold an auction of donated terns at the fairgrounds here next aturday, April 8, beginning at .p.m. Anyone wishing to contri- 3ute items for the sale, with proceeds to go to the church build- ng fund, may do so by contact- ng Alfred Schultz, Gordon Hall or Joe Skow. ( ( A partial listing of items'^o be offered includes a good used car, Holstein heifer, a steer, brood sows, Mexican donkey, baby chicks, poultry of all kinds, furniture, household goods and auto accessories. Auctioneers Dale Yungeberg, Rich Reiling and Norman Edge are donating their services to this galle. All i'tems to be donated should on the grounds by 10:30 a.m. the day of the sale. ft 1 t * t f* 1 District Court Term On; OM VI Hearing First A jury was being drawn Wednesday in district court here in he trial of Joseph Curran, charged with operating a motor vehi- •le while intoxicated. Cases set or trial this term include eleven Criminal charges. Judge G. W. tillman is presiding. Other OMV1 cases set for trial u-e Hugo E. Worthington, Bernard E. Borchers, Joseph A. Droessler, Lloyd E. Schaller, John W. Kike and Chester Cook. A manslaughter charge against Larry Leaneagh is set for trial; two damage cases, Francis Berte vs. James Doyle et al; and Christine Recher et al vs. Theodore Bierstedt, are on the assignment; and a case on an agreement brought by Lowell Leoz against Minneapolis-Moline Co. is expected to be tried before a jury. Two divorce cases, Judith Wubben vs Dennis Wubben; and Helen W. Peitersen vs Earl Peitersen are up for trial; as well as two account cases and a writ of attachment, against Lynch Oil and Implement and John T. Lynch et al; and an equity case, Frank Way et al vs Don Way et al. Cases already settled during this term include two driving charges; Arthur W. Wildin, Indianola, who paid $300 and costs after pleading guilty to an OMVI charge and Robert N. Foster, $200 and costs, after pleading guilty to driving with a suspended license; a divorce case, Roger R. Slagle from Elizabeth Ann Slagle; and a petition for modification of a divorce decree in the case of Margaret Kollasch vs. Robert Kollasch. Swans Spotted Don Murray of Bancroft reports that many persons have traveled to the Irvin Kramer farm near there to watch a flock of about 40 swans who have settled on a pond during recent weeks. There are also many ducks on the pond. l««« kbi:- WE WISH EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU A MOST JOYFUL EASTER HOLIDAY! Shop here today for all the foods you need to , make Easter dinner the most delicious your family ever ate! Check the values below. DAFFODILS.. ...... rPoz. 39c MRS. CLARK'S ITALIAN FRENCH DRESSING . Pint SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER 28 Oz. Jar TWIN PACK DONUTS 39c ICI CREAM !/ 2 GaI. 59c LARGE Angel Food CAKE 29c IN HEAVY SYRUP Pineapple SLICED 3 - No. 2 Cans CRUSHED 4—16 Oz. Cans $1.00 $1.00 GOOD VALUE Peaches or Pears 3 YOUR CHOICE Cans $1.00 DROMEDARY Gingerbread MIX 23c SWIFT'S PREMIUM EASTER HAMS TENDERIZED WHOLE OR SHANK HALF U^CLS 45 C LB. WHOLE OR FULL HALF SKINLESS SHANKLESS DEFATTED LB. DEFATTED LEAN CENTER CUT HAM SLICES LB. AA CHOICE Beef Roast C 49 LB. IMPERIAL Margarine Turkeys SMALL SIZES 4 Lbs. To 9 Lbs. 43 c CLOSE OUT HADDOCK FILLETS 5 Lb. Box $2.09 JUST A FEW LEFT SWIFT'S PURE PORK 1 Lb. PORK SAUSAGE ROLL 1 Lb. PORK SAUSAGE LINKS BOTH FOR 89 BACK BY REQUEST CANNED HAMS ARMOUR'S HAM WHAT AM 5 Lb. Tin $4.89 FIRST GRADE SWIFTS 5 Lb. Tin $4.69 FIRST GRADE HORMEL 5 Lb. Tin $4.79 EXTRA LEAN ARMOUR'S HAM WHAT AM 3 Lb.Tin 53.19 SMOKED LEAN DUBUQUE 3 Lb. Tin $2.89 EXTRA LEAN GREEN TOP Radishes OR GREEN Onions NO. 1 RED PONTIAC POTATOES 50 !>>• bag Si 49 FRESH ASPARAGUS Bunch CONSUMERS COMPLETE LINE OF GARDEN SEEDS AND ONION SETS. LOW PRICES EVERY DAY

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