The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1962 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 20, 1962
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2Grapplersto State Meet On Disfrid Merit at trie df9irfef.'fiflit, last class B \viflner, Won the district, With AldeH, Grifthell, Iowa Falls, Egthefville, Algona and Clarion next in line. Patton won five of six matches and Hutchison five of seven during the district. Patton's lone loss was to Gerie Guenther, Britt, 7-2, in his second match at Clarion. He avenged the' loss in the 'finals of the meet with a 6:4 victory over Guenther. Hutchison's two losses were at the hands of the same opponent, Bob Voight of Eagle Grove. Voight beat the Algona grappler, 4-0 and 7-4, but Hutchison to take second. still managed Bob Patton < Two Algona fifgh Vcho'ol wrestlers, Bob Patton, who won the 133- Ib. title, an,d,Doh Hutchison, second at 112 IDS., paced Algona to a sixth place finish In the district meet at Clarion during-,the we,e)p end and woUnd up with a shot at the state meet dt.Cedar '#alls th'is Friday and Saturday. Don Hutchison A total of 19 teams, competed Here are the Algona results by weight: .103 — Bill Baker threw Henn (Belmond); Baker decisioned Derscheid (Eagle Grove) in overtime; Baker lost to Liarry Lloyd (Britt), 5-0; then lost to Helvlg (Estherville) in the consolation round. 112 — Hutchison decisioned Sheeler (Hampton), 9-0; Hutchison de- cisioned bwart (Iowa Falls), 2-0; Hutchison lost to Voight, 4-0; then decisioned LaRue (Clarion),- -4-1 and Fenimore (Bondurant), 4-2, before dropping a 7-4 decision to Voight. „ 120 — Terry, Brandow lost to Bob Steenldge (Britt), 4-0; Brandow de- cisioned Fults (Iowa Falls), 3-1, and lost to McDowell (Eagle Gfove), ij-1, in consolation matches, r ' 127 — Tim Vipond decisioned by Messerly (Eagle Grove), 7-6. 133 — Pattort beat Spangler (Eagle Grove), 4-0, then lost to Guenther, 7-2; Patton threw Christensen (Hampton) and decisioned Thomas (Clarion), 9-4 in consolation matches; then decisioned Deatheridge (Grinnell), 4-0, and Guenther, 6-4, to take the title. 138 — Mike Kain decisioned Kopacek (Britt), 4-0, then lost over- tune referee's decision to Womack (Eagle Grove) in match that wound up 3-3. 145 — Bob Ellefson decisioned Harper (Hampton), 4-0, and lost 8-4 decision to Lutes (Clarion ). x 154 — Garry Graham lost to Nick Nichols-(Clarion), 4-0; then decis- ioned Perkins (Britt), 6-4, and lost to ,Miller (Eagle Grove), 7-3, in consolation. 165 — Jim Pingel decisioned by Frette (Eagle Grove), 5-0. Hwt. — Bill Specht decisioned Makes Lakota Paris Of Iowa Lakota — Lakota was the "Paris of Iowa" Friday when the women of the Acorn Club and girls of the high school modeled .garments they had made. There was also u display of garments.' firs. Don Boyd won first prize in the Acorn Ciub. Winner of the high school division was Cheryl Hue Anderson. The three judges were the Kossuth County Home Economist, Avis Lettow, the Home Economics teacher at Swea City, Mrs. Johnson, and a buyer for Millers Fashions of Blue Earth, Mrs. Dybevick. Patty Koppen was named alternate m the girls division. 4-1! Club Met Lakota Luckies 4-H met Feb. 10 at the home of Rhonda Sleper. A committee was set up to look into taking a tour of a furniture store in Fort Dodge. Girls on the committee are Khonda Sleper, Joyce Leonard and Penny Countryman, Mrs. Nick Thomson will be their adviser. Gloria Heyes and Arlis Christ gave talks. The picture study was given by Carolyn Ley. A demonstration was given by Rhonda Sleper and Joyce Leonard.' Sunday afternoon visitors at the Elmer Junkermeier home to honor them on their 25th wedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Logeman of Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Logeman of Woden, Mr., and Mrs. Englebart Logeman and Don of Ledyard, Mr. ana Mrs. Marvin Junkermeier and family of Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Logeman and family of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Logeman and family of Elmore, Mr. and Mrs. James Brown and daughter of Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Logeman and daughter of Woden, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tjaden of Wesley, Rev. Vriesen of Ledyard and Lament Junkermeier. Mrf. Juntof P<Jpfl6 at a birtnday party Wednesday afternoon* for Zada Mal'S ultra Dirtnday. >• Sunday guests at the George Bauinans to heip Karen celebrate a Birtnday, wmch was Feb. 14, were Mr. and Mrs. trnest Bau* man and family of Hanlontowii) Mr. ana Mrs. nonoid Bauman ot Weils, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bauman and family. {Saturday evening guests at the James Maynes at Ledyard tor the birthday of Rodney Goetz ana Koger Mayne were Mr. and Mrs. Auoiph Poppe Sr., Mr. and Mrs, Junior Poppe and Zada Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sleper, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goetz ana family, Mi. and Mrs. Henry Blome, Terry Krommga and Douglas Karels. Mrs. ri. J. Boettcner has been a patient Monday atter suffering a ngni stroke. Mr. and Mrs. John Furst and Linda Gordon went to Elmore ounuay wnere they attended baptism services for busan Lea Jones, daughter of Jonus. Mr. and* idrs'. Gary Mr. ana Mrs. Fred Christ left Tuesday lor a few week's vacation in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engelbarts ami Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cnrist Sr. leu on Wednesday morning lor Florida. They expect to be gone a tew weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz visited Saturday evening at the home of Mrs. \vilham Barger at Swea Cay. Tne occasion was a birthday pariy tor Mrs. Pearl Johnson and Mrs. Barger. The U^vV of the Presbyterian church met Thursday. Devotions and service for the dedication of the pledge cards were given by Lena Guiknecht. The topic was given by Olga Wortman. Music by 'Students from the high school was arranged for by Ann Hamilton. hostesses were Mrs. Robert Beemer and Mrs. Vernon Smith. Dens 1 and '2 of the Cub Scouts gave a tea in honor of Boy Scout week, for tneir mothers at the hoffle 6f Mfai Robeirf Seemef Moti* fif«day, febrtidfy 20, 1964 Afg6tia (la.) Upper day. Mrs. Orval Klenltz entertained at a birthday Monday after school for Kent and Kurt's 7th birthday. Guests were Roxanhe Miller, Rochelle Weinkauf, Perry and Terry Thompson, Emoma Jean Ukena, Sheila Stenzel, Patricia Ogren, Kay Pieffer and Becky Kollasch. The Lakota Garden Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Orval Kienitz. A lesson was given by Viola Huettner. Mrs. John V. Dorenbush was a guest. Winners of the Declamation elimination contest held at Lakota school last week and their selections are as follows: Oratorical — Clare Barrett, Cnarold Barrett and Albert Becker. Dramatic, Wayne. Cordes; Humorous, Carolyn Ley and Wallace Christ. Interpretive prose, Clare Barrett, Carmen Cook and barrel Clabaugh. These students will go to the District Contest at Estherville Feb. 23 and '24. TOMATO Mrs. K. W. Simons of rural Cherokee recently had a ripened tomato on one of her tomato vines des- pite the sub-zero weather. Mrs. Simons reports that when she potted her flowering garden plants last fall, a tomato seed was imbedded in the soil. It grew and flourished in a flower pot, amidst neighboring flowers and foiloge. The plant vined, blossomed and bore tomatoes. tort Mamie Chase of Belmond recently celebrated her 106th birthday. She enjoys watching television and still crochets. Season; AT BILL'S MARKET IN ALGONA THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY 150 SILVER DOLLARS Watch For Aluminum Wrapped Dollars In Your FRESH MEAT BEEF MEPMAN J. UNKEtPI RCA V ICTOR • ". - •'v-y»;'-—.-••- lF • .- •' —-»—-*«-— **"• • ^™ . Minneapolis' very newest - finest in hospital ity, food and service . Completely air-conditioned rooms and suites with FREE TV and radio. Heated Swimming Pool in garden setting. Holiday Dining Room - Coffee Shop. Near Metropolitan Stadium and airport - only minutes to downtown Minneapolis and St.Paul. Banquet - Meeting Facilities for up to 200. Children under 12 Free Phone: TUkedo 8-79IT TWXMP754 U. S. 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