The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1962 · Page 5
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Bill Brennan Is Signed To Coach Basketball At Garrigan Hi School Bill Brennan During this past week Fathe Conway, superintendent of Garri gan high school, announced tha Bill Brennan has been hired to become head basketball coach a Garrigan for the 1962-63 schoo year. He will also be assignee teaching duties in the field of so cial science and physical educa tion. . At present Mr. Brennan is teach ing and coaching at St. Joseph's School, Granville. He will succeec Leon Vann, who resigned recently. Before coming to Granville in the fall of 1959, Mr. Brennan coached one year at Immaculate Conception high school, Cherokee. During his coaching career, his basketball teams have compiled a good record, and last year he coached his baseball team into the state finals of the baseball tournament. Mr. Brennan received his education in the Emmetsburg Catholic schools and in the public high school and junior college. After two years in the army, he attended South Dakota University, graduating in 1958. While in school, he played football, basketball and baseball, and in 1954 he made the all Iowa Junior College football team. At this time, Mr. and Mrs. Brennan have no definite plans for taking up residence in Algona except if arrangements can be made, they will move sometime in June. (UDM Engraving) Algona Keglers Win State Meet At Iowa City Algona high school's bowling team, featuring good balance, swept to the championship of the Blue Hawk Invitational Bowling Tournament, held at the Memorial Union at the State University of Iowa Friday and Saturday. The locals posted a 2656 team total to best second place Davenport West, which had a 2625 count. About 30 teams participated in the meet, which was sanctioned by the State Association. Gary Naylor led the Algona team to victory with a 591 series that included lines of 223 and 211. Rick Slobe had a 545 series anc lines of 190 and 188, John Sires a 521 series and a 204 line, Dick Pratt a 508 total and 196 line anc Dave Hanselman a 501 series am lines of 172 and 172 to round out the scoring. Maynard Shackelford was team alternate. Art Ashton, manager of Hawk eye Lanes, held a bowl-off recent ly to determine members of the local team which went to the state meet. Algona won the junior girls title a year ngo. 6-Alflona (Id.) Upper De* Molnes Tuesday, April 17, 1963 KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS 21 Candidates File For 8 County Elective Posts Fifteen democrats and six republicans officially filed for Kossuth county elective office, at deadline time last Tuesday evening. Only one contest developed for the June primary nomination in republican ranks, and 3 county offices found no republican candidates entered. Democrates, however, have four primary contests, all for supervisor nominations, and a full slate of candidates for all offices up for election this year. , • The party lineup for the June 4 primary election is as follows: fl ' Algona Girl Is New President Of State FBLA Democratic Clara Walker Rosella Voigt Gordon Winkel Charles Plathe Clare Wingert Jens Sorensen Gary McDonald Richard Cosgrove W. J. Stewart Ben Siehlmann Charles Newel Leo Ramus Homer McCarthy Edvald Johnson Office County Recorder County Treasurer County Attorney Supervisor, 1st Dist. Republican Marjorie Apple James Andreasen Supervisor, 2nd Dist. Ray Beamish Supervisor, 3rd Dist. John Rode Supervisor, 4th Dist. Lawrence Nevvbrough Raymond Bergum Legislature Casey Loss There will be no elections this year for county sheriff, auditor, clerk or fifth district supervisor. The first three were elected in 1960. for 'our-year terms. The election this year for recorder and treasurer will also be for four-year terms. Green Tennis Team To Open At Fort Dodge Algona high school's inexperienc ed tennis team, which has only one letterman, Bob Ellefson, is slated to open the 1962 dual meet season at Fort Dodge Thursday. Coach Dick Palmer has been holding workouts (when weather ermits) on a city tennis court near tie swimming pool in preparation or a 6-meet season. Besides Ellefson, this year's cap- ain, Palmer has only one other acket swinger with any experience. He is Gary Colwell. Other members of the squad are Bucky Buchanan, Bob Holcomb, Dick Pratt, Bill Evers, John Phillips. 3ick Dreyer, Tim Claude, Rod Elicklefs, George Graham, John lilmore and Tim Colwell. Here is the season schedule: Apr. 19 — Ft. Dodge, there. Apr. 27 — Mason City, there. May 2 — Blue Earth, here. May 8 — Ft. Dodge, there. May 16 — Webster City, there. May 22 — Mason City, there. Pinocchio Will Be Presented, Lucia Wallace Lucia Wallace school will present the operetta "Pinocchio" Wednesday, Apr. 5, at 7:45 p.m The cast consists of 170 children from grades 4, 5, and 6. The .leading characters are: James Boyd Jim Jorgenson, Patty Balluff, Debra Laws, Renee Young and Phyllis Moulton. The cast includes many other characters and group singing and dances of marionettes, soldiers, villagers, sprites, school boys and girls, assassins, blue fairy attendants and mermaids. The music director is Mrs. Georga Voigt and speech director is Bonnie Winter. Teachers assisting are: Bonnie Halligan, Gloria Stellmach, Mary Hays, Hazel Markovetz, Katherine Misbach and Fern Stanton, Principal. AHS Thincluds To Eagle Grove Howie Stephenson, coach of Algona high school's track team, named squad members who would represent the Bulldogs in various events at the Eagle Relays at Eagle Grove this afternoon and evening (Tuesday). Here are trackmen slated to compete: Medley relay — Tom Waller, Bill Wetzel, Bob Gams and Bruce Sundet; 880 relay — Garms, Jack Williams, Sundet and Wetzel; mile relay — Sundet, Wetzel, Jerry Raney and Williams; 2-mile relay — Paul Smith, Tom Anderson, Maynard Shackelford and Bob Boldridge; 440 relay — Garms, Norm Benson, Lance Johnson anc! Dennis Drummer; shuttle-hurdle relay — Waller, Shackelford, Bob Gerber and Wayne Patterson. 100 yd. dash — Williams; high hurdles, low hurdles and pole vault — Gerber; high jump - Waller; shot and broad jump — Mike Wickliff; and discus — Jim Stanton or Gary Kelley. Algona Girl Is Elected Class Officer, St. Teresa Mary Jean Hood, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gene Hood of Algona has been elected vice president of the sophomore class at the College of Saint Teresa at Winona, Minn, in class elections for the next year. Mary Jean, a freshman at present, will be a sophomore next fall at the college. Mary Jean was also named to the fine arts commission, one of the units comprising the student council at the college. Mary Jean is a 1961 graduate of Garrigan high. Ken Wells Will Speak At S-Clty Swea City — Kenneth Wells, athletic director and coach at Ames, will be the commencement speaker at Swea City high school May 21. Rev. W. W. Gossenberger of the Open Bible church will be baccalaureate speaker for the class of 26 Sunday, May 20. High school award night will be May 10. The Senior class took their skip day Wednesday, going by bus to Minneapolis where they went to the theater and the Ice Follies. The group was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Don Butterbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ottman. The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts. Ex-Burt Woman Dies In Arizona Hurt — Word was received by Burt friends of the death of a Former Burt resident, Mrs. Glenn Hutzell, at her home in Weckin- berg, Ariz., about 9 p.m. Tuesday, Apr. 10. The Hutzclls moved to Arizona about 14 years ago for the climate and Mr. HutzelPs asthma. Mrs. Hutzell spent about a month visit ing friends in Burt and Algona this past summer. Surviving are her husband Glenn, one son, Kenneth, Allerton Iowa and a daughter, Mrs. Betty Scott of Panama. Mary Steinhorst Mary Steinhorst, junior in Algona Community School, was elected state president of the Future Business Leaders of America 'at the state convention held at State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, Apr. 13. Fifteen Algona FBLA members accompanied by Donna Madsen, sponsor, attended this meeting. The chapter scrapbook compiled by a committee headed by Marianna Rieken received second place. Honorable mentions were awarded to Miss Rieken in the Miss FBLA contest and also to her for writing the annual activities report. Lutz Duerr completed the list of Algona's honors by receiving honorable mention in sales presentation. Miss Steinhorst will be attending the National Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio, June 10-12., The local chapter also hopes to send .other members to the convention. ; Sharon Burtis completed her year as state FBLA reporter by installing the new reporter, Susan Hunt, from Mt. Ayr. (UDM Engraving) Art Meeting At a joint meeting the adult painting class of 1962 and the Art Club of AHS will have as their guest speaker next Tuesday evening, Cliff Carlson, local artist and sculptor who designed the stage scenery for the Barbershoppers' Concert earlier this winter. Mr Carlson will show some of this work and discuss the place of art in everyday life. Parents and friends of the art students are invited to attend this meeting at the high school Tuesday, Apr. 24, at 7:30. Visit Relatives Alice Condon visited In the hoffii of a cousin, J6hft Flaherty ill FoTt Dodge last .Suttdly, AeedttpflHyteg Miss Condon were Carol Ldar and Sonia Rc-sa. Sonia, the AlgdHa fof* eign exchange student, enjoyed meeting the Flaherty • son $nd daughter who spent last sutnnlei 1 ' in Brazil and attended School while there. , , Algona Debate Team Third In State Tourney Algona debaters, Gary Colwell. Kay Agena, Glenn Buchanan ana Tim Dailey, tied for 2nd place in the win-loss division, and placed 3rd based on ratings in the Class B State Finals of the Iowa High School Forensic League. Algona finished the opening 4 rounds with an 8-0 record winning over Keota, Montezuma, Olin, Osage, Ringsted, Storm Lake. Waukee and Wellsburg. The locals then joined Manson, Marion and University High of Iowa City in a round robin final 3 rounds Saturday afternoon. Algona sptit with each of these teams with the affirmatives winning 2, losing 1 and the negatives with a 1-2 record. Manson won the state crown by defeating Marion twice giving them a 4-2 mark. Algona and U High had a 3-3 record and Marion trailed with a 2-4. This represents the highest place yet attained by Algona under the current 500 enrollment dividing class A and B. 18 teams participated in the finals. Gary Colwell led the team in the final event with a superior rating, the others averaging excellent. Gary and Jim Stanton also ranked in the top third in the 37 speaker boys ex- temp contest. The A squad finished the year with a 30-24 record, the B with 24-15, and the C with 8-5 for a total of 62 wins and 44 loses. Algona was sweepstakes winner at Buena Vista, won the B division meet at Manson and actually came very close to gaining the state crown. Druggist Convention Algona was well represented at the annual meeting of the Iowa Pharmaceutical Ass'n at Sioux City, last week. Attending from here were Mr. attd Mrs. Pat Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Thore;on of Druggists Mutual Insurance Co. "Dutch" Honsbruch, and Jerry Thuente, local pharmacists. Union Aletheans The April 14 meeting of the Union Alethean 4-H club was held at the home of Penny and Susan Dodds. Plans for Rally Day were made and Linda Dodds and Janet Erpelding wer.e delegated to county chorus. C6is Hunt gave a talk. Lorna Walker a demonstration and Linda Dodds a talk. Lunch was served by the hostesses. I Plum Creek 4-H Plum Creek Boys 4-H met at Center school Apr. 4. Jerry Raney and Bobby Miller were selected as camp delegates. A demonstration was given by Bobby Miller and junior and senior demonstration teams were selected. Lunch was served by Etheringtons and Mad- sens. OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Al- _ona, across from new Municipal parking lot. 9 Donna Paulsen Lakota Choice To Girls State Lakota — The Lakota American Legion Auxiliary chose Donna Marie Paulsen to attend the coming session of Girl State from June 17-23 at Cedar Falls. Donna is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Paulsen. She is a junior in Lakota high school, plays trombone in the school band, sings in the glee club, mixed chorus, sexette and in the choir at the Presbyterian church. She is also active in the Westminster Fellowship. Carmen Cook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Cook was chosen as alternate. Easter Egg Hunt The Salesman's Bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce has announced plans for its annual Easter egg hunt, which will be held this Saturday, Apr. 21, at 9 a.m. at Call State Park. There will be three age group divisions and some eggs will have numbers which will result in prizes. The human heart rests about eight-tenths of a second between each contraction. ATTENTION - - - GARDENERS STRAWBERRIES DUNLAP (June Bearing) 50 plants $1.95 - 100 plants $2.95. SUPERFECTION (Everbearing) CYCLONE (June Bearing) OGALLALA (Everbearing) 25 plants $1.95 - 50 plants $3.25 - 100 plants $4.95 WE HAVE BULK AS WELL AS PKG. GARDEN SEEDS. 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