The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 18
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, 1961 Phi Beta A Wesley girl, Judith Pfeffer. daughter of Dr. L. L. Pfeffer, was one of 26 University of Iowa seniors and August graduates taken into Phi 'Beta Kappa, national scholastic honorary society, Sunday at Iowa City. Miss Pfeffer is shown at the left above. Others in the photo, learning the significance of the Phi Beta Kappa key from Prof. John McGalliard, president of the SUI chapter, are, left to right, Katherine Beck, Hartley, and Robert Roelofs, Rock Valley. (UDM Engraving) i , Grapplers Build Anew As Seven Lettermen Return »• ^ J, " * T , Coach -Charnp Martin faces jjuite a rebuilding 'job as he attempts to' build another successful wrestfing ' team at Algona high school this winter. Champ's team won\ eight, lost two and tied one during the season a year 'ago, and sqven seniors who graduated last spring were responsible for about 90 percent Of the team's points. Another letterman moved from town and another died this summer, further limiting the number of experienced wrestlers, , 4 There are seven lettermen back from last year. They are Bob Ellefson and Jim Pingel, seniors- Don Hutchison, Bob Patton, Bill Baker, and Terry Brandow, juniors; and Tim Vipond, sophomore. Other squad members arc? Garry Graham, senior; Davr Skpgstrom, Bill Spccht, Larry Str.atton, Mike Kain, juniors; Doug Jergcnson, Kent Imh.orfall. Paul Smith, Elmer Alt, John Jennings, Ken K,ern, Roger Lonp and' John Clark, sophomores, and Tim Claude, Bob Martin Norman Benson, Mike Ba%or Dennis Miller, Jim Colwel) Wayne Carlson, Rich Johnson Tom Burtis, Calvin Humphrey Bruce McCullough and Heil Hobbs, freshmen. Martin stated Monday that the team will be much weaker than a year, ago — and that success will depend upon; th.e performance of several of ihe youngsters on the varsity. ' . The Bulldogs open the seaVbn ,ere next, Wednesday night, Nov. 22, when Britt comes to town tor a 'dual meet. Britt' won thr state wrestling crown last spring and has plenty of talent on this gear's team. Here is the schedule for the Bulldogs: Nov. -22 — Britt,',H • Deci^S J»-*^agle Grove Invita- ;ional ' ' • Dec. 5 — Clarion, H Dec. 9,— Blue Earth, T Dec. 22 — Ft. Dodge, T Dec. 29 — Sports Night Jan. 5 — Eagle Grove, H 'Jan. 13 — Hampton, H Jan. 20 — Iowa Falls, T Jan. 23 — Mankato, T Jan. 27 — Nora Springs, H Feb. 2 — Osage, H Feb. 6 — Ej.hcrvi!le, H Feb. 12-17 — District Meet Feb. 23-24 — State Meet FILING CABINETS, 2, 3, 4 drawer, also combination filing-storage cabinels in variety of sizes. Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. Swea Trojans Have Only 3 Lefterwinners Coach Marlyn Johnson greeted a total of 35 boys as basketball practice started recently at Swea City high school. There's one •drawback, however, Johnson has only three lettermen returning from last year's quintet that Wound up second in the State Line Conference race with a 103 mark.. The over-all record was 13-8. Roger Conway, 6-2 center, Jini Grabianowski, 6 ft. forward, and Bill Hubbard, 5-10 guard, are the three" returnes. At- the moment, it appears the three senior lettermen will get most of their help from three other seniors, Larry 'Claussen, 6 ft. forward. Keith Water bury, 5-10 forward^ and Gary: Waterbury, 5-9 guara, and a junior, Rick Seylar, 5-C guard. . Coach; Johnson is being assisted Avith the coaching ^duties by Don Butterbaugh, who just led his football team through an unbeaten season, his first at Swea City. Johnson is beginning hist third year. Other members Q£ the squad arc: Roger Sanders, senior; Doug Cummins, Klen Schmicking, Bill Blomstcr, Bill Clark and Richard Olson, juniors; Larry Kluger, John Guyer, Bob Simonsmcier, Steve Roberts, Larry Grabianowski, Larry Kockler, Arnic Linde, John Weber, Jim Nelson, Mike Pierce and John Verbrugge sophomores; and Dick and Bil' Johnson, Danny Anderson, John O'Green, Paul Thoreson, Reid Furfand, John Martin, Keith Holm, Lyle Thompson, Cliff Kollasch atjd Howard Person, "GEMS OF THE WEEK' Check These Specials! TOP VALUE! Sale of "THERMO" UNDERWEAR The Same Suit Sold for $3.88 La-t Year! Nowl For a Umited Time Qnlyl 199 Per Garment Warm op to 20 below. Perfected by the U. S. Navy. Warmth without weight. Soft and comfortable— never Price In Town U.S. Navy Deck Pants Farmers, sportsmen these cost U. S. $18.40. They are scarce. Last time we sold them tor J15.S5. SALE INSULATED JACKETS MEN'S BETTER WEIGHT FLANNEL SHIRTS SIZES S-M-L 2 55300 MEN'S RUBBER 4-BUCKLE OVERSHOES Zipptr O'Shoei $3,99 DIAMOND'S «4|>CKET HEADQUARTERS QF NORTHWEST IOWA" The . game!,, slate °* =. *""* • ghf» Jtev. „„„ 16 fitohka fray, .Thirteen of trie fea|li4 contests.' • ! Mete _.. . . . . Nov. 11 — Titdfttofr, * tiov. 21 — Ringstedl, tf Ndv. 28 — Sentral, K, Bee. 2 — Algottfli H-' Dec. 5 — Armstrong, T Dec, 8 — Burt.'T „• , Dec. 12 — Buffalo Center, tf%j ,Dec. 15 — Thompson, H 'f5 'Dec, 22 — RMke,iT l *,%. , Bed. >29 — St^oM's; U ^ Jan. 5 — LedyaW, H . ** 'Jan, 12 — Lakota, H' <. 4 •Jan. 15-20 ^--Conference'Td ney •• - • • \ Jan. 26 ^- Sentral, T ,„ Jan. 3(h — Arnjstfong, M , .. Feb. 2 '— flingSted;- T , feb. 'd— -St. Jbhnls, ' M).*9 -s- Burt, H.' '"Feb. 13 — East'Chain, M Feb. 19-28 — Sectional ney ' .'." Mar. 2-12 — District Tourney Mar. 14-17 — Sub-State -Tout- hey Mar. 22-24 — State To'urney HMlriCltv « , -40:40 p;M. esen;HWete; fiuchaHarl, Marines, awjri.es Palmer, Sujii., and in fHe Vimm-eg of the' Aieetlhg of Oct. 1961, were read andjapproved, ,, otlon by Hafttisli.teteflS^ BJSBafc at the vouchers payable Be.apprbved «d nuthdflzfta paiajdBj atldit«r.f fidll flail, voting "Ays" Bay. VoUrtrf "Ntfy'V *. M. st. p'. 4m-K»?,.(J8X «.',, ;•'££ * freight \,.»J-«-..i.«'.:.. i ,:.». i $ 8B.S4 Sinclair Re(, Co,, fuel Oil *,„*. 709.66 C, M, St. Pi St P, B>R< Co.f i *"> t »T f i eight ;.. — .l-i.J.id^^Ii'.'.iu; 139.41 Jtunt, Truck,Lines.,' freight • ' ..J -13.64 £„ 2,147,59 263.56 .. ,183111 L' '159.89 ., 128.18 -ix 123,10 tdX --.- ^.^j...^. 389.40 Sdc. Sec. Fund, soc. sec. tart — 161,78 Blue Cross, ins. prem. * , 60.70 North Cen. Pub. Sef. Co., gas „7,504.48 Diesel Ser. CO., Supp. f .,3,070.62 Pulton iron Works Co.,'supp. •_ 314.28 Cfes. Eleq, Supp. Co., »Upp, ... 308.04 Elec. Mat. 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Co.,/,suppi ». 171,51 Meter Specialty Co., supp, 17.60 H.VJ. ^uak, rpf*. %—j.j.4j ( ' 4.58 Perdlvkl' M'otofSi 'rpM. —lJ. 5.78 . ' South Fhlllipt Strefet - r ~' HwneGYpril 4*4621 '• >'i" ' ' . YOU CAN DEPEND ON THE CHECKERBOARDFOf 1 ^^MttaWiMMM ^ ,'•*,»' f V >^ . 1 QUALITY. SERVICE Algona, Burt, Bancroft, Titonka, Fenton, Lone .Rock, Wesley, Lakota, Ledyard, Armstrong, Swea City,' Rirrgsted, Cylinder, Rodman, West Bend, Whittemore, Ottosen, Buffalo Center, St. Joe, LiVerrriorejBod^/LOVerne, Corwith, St. Benedict, Sexton and Irvington for your fine response to -. ..;... . , ^ , - -, ' -----^ ----- --'. ...... ,• "•- *' . '; i, r '.v! ; r.' * ' THE ALGOIMA NEWSPAPERS TRADE E X PAN SI 0 W SUBSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN Your Cooperation And Support To The Campaign Workers Proves That You Appreciate Tide Value Offered In The Algona Upper Des Moines AND The Campaign workers whose name.* appear on this page take this opportunity to express their appreciation for your support. 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