The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1962 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1962
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'if Cagers ofArm State Basketball Honor Rolls Mike Cink and Bob Goecke of Garrigan high school and Chuck Strett of Algoha high school were |rnffog 16 area basketball players Baffled id the honor roll of the Des Moines Sunday Register's aw- mjiSl AMtate basketball team, re- lei&d Apr. 1. Others from, this vicinity were Bruce Akkerman and Rod Hench, Titottka: Clare and Charold 'Barrett, Lakota; Lynn Bierstedt, Sen- tralj Roger Conway, Swea City; RICH Pullerton, Twlrt Rivers j Steve Johnson and Jerry Payne, Ledyard; Ken Mo'ntag, West Bend; Dennis Meister, Burt;, arid Mick Will, Corwith-Wesley. • Bob Ziegler,,outstanding Laurens forward who appeared In the sub- state meet here and later set a Single game scoring record at the state meet, was placed on the third team and Roger Doty, fine Clarion gcorerV Was 1 named on the fourth team.; f I ; In" the'ibw^ ; Daily : Press Ass'n all-star teams and honorable men' tion, all of the above were also named, and also two other local playersy Lyle :Loebach, Garrigan high,;center, and,Tom Waller, Algona high guard.' 11 Returnees On GHS Track Squad Preliminary track workouts began at Garrigan;high'school during the. weekeild_; after f poach Beanie Cooper"" issued equipment to 45 squad members, including 11 boys who were on the squad last year. ' Returnees are Rich McGuire, distance runner; John Fandel, Bill ond Bob Reed and Paul Koppen, dash men; Tony Bradley. Dick Etoulil, Mike Smith, Denny Elbert and Don Besch, middle* distance runners; and LeRoy He in en, weight man. Coach Cooper .'and his assistant, Leon Vann, will attempt to build I he team around the returnees. And they don't have long to gel the job done, for the first appearance of the Golden Bears is slated tomorrow (Wednesday, Apr. 4) in a triangular meet at Carroll. The Bears will tangle with Carroll Kuemper and St, Edmond of Ft. Dodge. At least seven other meets arc on the schedule. Here is the slate: Apr. 13 — Holstein Relays Apr. 19 — Pocahontas Relays Apr, 21 — Tomahawk Relays. Cherokee Apr. 25 — CYO Relays, LeMars Apr. 27 — Spencer Relays May 8 — Bronco Relays, Belmond May 12 — District Meet Sports Dance Queen Jackie Rowley was crowned Queen and Chuck Streit King during the annual, Sports Dance at Algona' high; school Saturday n)ght. ! 'Both;' are seniors at the local school: * A large crowd attended the dance and coronation ceremonies. Is I.S.U. Debater Gary Berngu, Algona, a senior in farm operation at Iowa Slate University,; was a> member of the I.S.U. debate team which recently competed in the Missouri Valley Forensic League speech tournament at the University of Texas. The squad finished second. proudly announces the appointment of NORTH IOWA DISTRIBUTING CO. 209 So. Main St. Phone CY 4-4835 4 as distributor of MILLER HIGH LIFE to the people of ALGONA AND KOSSUTH COUNTY //? bottles in BB Not Over, Here Apr. 17 Bobby Milton Qne of the greatest, and certainly the funniest, basketball teams in the world,, the famous original Harlem Globetrotters, are slated to appear ,|n. the Garrigan gym here Tu|sday, Apr. : 17, at 8:30 p.m. Announcement of the post-season attraction was made by Fr. Francis , Conwsyj Garrlgan supt.* this week. the Garrigan high school Booster •Club., is sponsoring the event, and tickets,-on sale now for $2, are available at ', the Garrigan office, Carry's Recfeatipn "hdffe, 'Fischer's store at St. Benedict, Whjftemore Recreation at Whittemore, Kol- fasch store near St. Joe and Lick- tejg Drug at Wesley. Mail orders, accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope, may be sent to Garrigan for tickets. Two of the top clowns in the business, "Showboat" Hall and J. C. Glpson, both veteran Trotters who have appeared in more than 70 countries, will lead the Globetrotters in their Algona appearance against the Honoiuju Surfriders. .Also with the Trotters are Hallie Bryant, former Indiana U. scoring star, Ernie Wagner, Wayne U.. Bobby Milton, captain and assistant coach of the team and one of the greats of all-time, Tony Wilcox, 6-8, Dave Hicks, 6-5, right out of high school, Norm Lee, 6-5, and Hub Ausbie, an outstanding rookie. A brilliant halftime show is also featured. Included on the bill are Bqb Foy, English unicyclist and adiafl bffit? Darryl Plann, world chatopi^fl table tenfils fflayefsV "' '\ The ta^le tennis , attfftctiort said to M WOfUi the" p>We : of ad« mission for anyone who has never seed raal pros p"lay the gUKti.* slam-bang -game -pushes Uie rance of the Trotters for ' ' The Globetrotters, who very seldom lose a game, even to thff top professional teams, are making tneir 35th annual toiir at the prea* eht time. 'They play before hUn* dreds of thousands of persons each season. GarfieldAnd Plum Creek Win 4-H Tourney Garfield grabbed the senior dk vision championship with 'a. 37-M win over Union and Pluin. Creek dumped Grant, 28-16, in the JunfoV division in the finals of the B^yj? 4-H Basketball Tournament 'ai Burt Saturday night. The finalists in each divisioti moved up with wins in games 'af Biirt a night earlier. In those contests, Plum Creek came from behind to take a 35-34 win and Grant edged Garfield, 29-28, in junior games, while Union r£cpd 'past the Aggressive Lads, 69-49, and Garfield blasted Seneca,' 61-18, In senior contests. ' A The 13-point scoring of Kenneth Traub and good team balance allowed Garfield to turn the tables on last year's champs in the senior finale. Tom Henry posted 11 points for the losers. > . » David Walker tossed /home U4 points as he led Plum Creek to the junior crown. Raymond Govern got eight points for the ; losers. 1 Team members of the winning and runner-up teams \ in each 'class will receive a 4-H record book cover or gate post sign and the winning and second place'teams will have their napies engraved on a plaque to be displayed at the County Extension office here. The Grant" juniors and IJnion seniors won the crowns;in 19Q1, 'Results of games played earlier: Juniors — Fenton 30, Swea-Harrison 19; Grant 21,' Seneca 8;, Aggressive Lads 1 38; /Burt 20; Eagle 45, Greenwood 5; Union 18, V/ljitte- niore 13; G&field 24>L\iVerne is; Plum Creek 42, 'St. Joe 13; anc Wesley 8, Lotts Creek 7. Seniors — Seneca 39, Burt 25; Ramsey 25, Wesley 20; Grant 39, Greenwood 17; Aggressive Lads 38, Swea-Harrison 31; Garfield 41, Plum Creek 21; St. Joe 41, Lotts Creek 24; Union 41, LuVerne 11; and Whittemore 27, Algona 18. OLD Mrs. William Travis of Dallas Center has a home filled with antique furniture. The oldest item in her home is a bureau and bed. The bureau has white marble .topping two levels in front of a narrow mirror. The antique bed, once was ceiling high. Her grqnd- father cut it down to fit the bedroom better. Remember when you used to go to bed with curfew? Today they just blow it to wake you up. Seeing is believing — if ypu see it in print. ARE YOU FIGHTING? MUDDY DRIVEWAYS, YARDS OR IANIS ? NEED . . . 'FILL? QRAVEL? LIMEROCK ? BLACK PIRT ? CRUSHED GRAVEL? We Will Pejjyer Loader At Pit Moncjay Through Saturday fl LAND5CAPINP O SEWER DIGGING • BASEMENT DIGGIMQ '• ROCK DIGGING t EXCAVATING (All Kinds) REDING'S GRAVEL tiXCAVATING SY Night CY : F.REE i |T (MATES (13-14-11) Bob King Gets <Head Coach Job At New Mexico Bob King, former Algona high school basketball coach and assistant in that sport at the State University of Iowa for the past three years, has been named head basketball coach at the University Of New Mexico. The new post will pp the pay of the 38-year old King to $10,000 from the $7,500 he has received at SUI. ; According to New 'Mexico offi- :ia)s, King was the top chojce of he school's screening committee 'rom a list of 81 applicants for he post, vacated recently by Bob Sweeney, who resigned after post- ng a 21-75 won-lost record over .the past four years. Bob coached here for seven years and resigned Aug. 28, 1956, |to accept the basketball job at : West Rockford, 111. After three successful years there, he return,ed to Iowa City, where he earlier received his BA' degree, and bf- Icame assistant"'to Coach "Sharm i Scheuerman." ' King was head coach of the 'baseball and basketball teams at AHS after moving io Algona from iBritt. During his years here, he •never had a losing season in •either sport, his baseball teams played ,in more than one state meet and his greatest basketball iteam got to the finals of the sub;state meet at the end of the 195455 season. That team won 12 in a jow, a record that remained on 'the books here until the 1960-61 •Bulldogs took 15 straight. : King also coached the Junior Legion baseball team several years and was supervisor of the |city's summer playground program 'a couple of years. ; j During his high school coaching Career, which included a stop at Britt before he moved to Algona, he chalked up 'a 205-75 • won-lost record. ;He and his wife, Darlene, have three children, J> ''..-. Annual Ottosen Market Sale Ottosen — The eighteenth afc nual mdrk&t <tyf sale field Thyrs- day drew a big crbwd. Anderson, Kleve and.Duojmrnin were the auctioneers! ' Appfpxl- mately 1500 Items were sold, which was a greater nurriber than any sale previously. Sale articles came from the surrounding area, neighboring towns and as far away as Ft. Dodge. Many trailers were sold, one bearing a Texas license. A family that had moved from Texas to Livermore sold this item. Ladles of the Presbyterian church and the Lutheran church served dinner and lunches. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Watnem are parents of an 8 lb., 5 oz. son born Mar. 21 at Emmetsburg. He has been named Jeffrey Allan. Their daughter Jennifer is staying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem. Farm Bureau Women's Day Here, April 6 Mrs. Walter Campney, Burt, County Women's Chairman, announced that the Farm Bureau Women's. Day will be held on Friday afternoon, April 6th. It will be held qt the KC hall on Highway 18 east of Algona, with the pro gram 1:3Q p.m. Mrs. Leon Blake, of Estherville, will be the featured speaker foi the event. All women are invitee] to attend and are urged to bring :a carload of their neighbors. There will be a coffee hour following t .program., '.'''..' OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, ' office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des J/lpines Pub. Co., Al- goha, across from .new Municipal lot.. " ''.'."" Tuesday, April 3, 1*62 KELLEY LUMBER COMPANY SACRIFICE SALE CONTINUES THROUGH SATURDAY, APRIL 7TH This Is your opportunity to save 1P% — 20% — 30% and up to 50% on all Building Materials, Lumber, Farm Supplies, Paint and Hardware, We're doing something about the High Costs for you — it's been years since you could buy quality merchandise at these prides. Check some of these bargains 1 Penta treated 3Vz posjs only .69c Common nails, per cqrton $ 6.90 Save $1.50 on every gallon of paint. Buy a 4 x 8 sheet of plyyypod for $ 2.99 Aluminum combination doors _ only $27.50 Farm fence and barbed wire ?AVE Asphalt shingles, from $6.0Q per square And hundreds more similar bargains still available through Saturday, Apr'! the 7th. Three dollars will purchase four or more dollars worth of merchandise — Be wise - don't wait — see Kelleys NOW — by the last day sorne of these bargain,* will'be sold out — ' '• '• Kelley Lumber Co "Our Business is Building" Algona • S i 3 • • • a • 3 All sales cash — limited to stocks on hand No returns —Delivery extra. , Phone CY 4.35?5 + One ""' f "It's Always Lit To Greet You" Commemqrating NATIONAL GASLIGHT DAY April 10, 1962 GASLIGHT INSTALLED WITH 50 FEET OF PIPE REGULAR $34.95 ONLY $ K^^^^^^^V ^^^ 95 ONLY $24.95 FOR A DIPENDABI-E GASLIGHT UK- THE ONE SHOWN HERE GIVING PUT ITS SOFT LIGHT AT VAN'S CAFE, DESPITE THE FACT IT WAS STANDING IN FQUR «ET Of WATER WHEN THE LOWLANDS SURROUNDING ALGONA WERE FLOODED, LA$T WMK- Th'5 PRICE IS GOOD FOR QNE DAY QN»-Y - APRIL 10 AND INCLUDES COMPLETE INSTALLATION ON YOUR PROPERTY. AND WHILE YOUR GASLIQHT WAY NEVER BE FORCED TO OPERATE UNDER WATER, IT WILL ADD BEAUTY AND CHARM TO YOUR HOME AND SURROUNDINGS. MODERN - DEPENDABLE - DECORATIVE - PRACTICAL NORTH CENTRAL Public Service Co. YOUR QAS COMPANY CY 4-?484 Algana

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