The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1957 · Page 8
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Burf, Sweo City Carry County Into Boys Cage District Both Play At Rolfe In First Round Monday Swoa City. Burt. Mallard r.o'dfipld and Rolfe Grabbed sec tmnril hove baskofball titles with wins in this area Friday and Saturday nishts. All* five will now mmnrte in district competition n 1 K-iifo r>o x { \v"rk. Burl and Galdfisld will i.-:I si 7 p.m. Mond.y. 5ar. II, and Mallard will 1-ngie wiih Fcntia OLGC r.l 7 p.m. Tu»3d.y in ;he ciass B grmjs, whiie Swea City will run headlong inlo Webster City's lough Lynx al 8:30 Monday end Rolfe tangles with Manson al 8:30 Tuesday in {he A division al Rolfs. The class A finale will be al Amas Saturday night, Mar. 16, while the B windup will be Ihe same night al 7:30 p.m. el Rolfe. Swea City became the first sectional title winner with a 6762 verdict over the Algona Bulldogs Friday night at Titonka. The Trojans advanced to the finals of the meet with a 62-50 win over St. John's of Bancroft while Algona got into the finals with a cozy £7-54 win over Buf falo Center. BUrt's first; two wins in the sectional at Ringsted came easy but the Bears had to go all out to take Ringsted 53-49 in the finals. The Bears were in fronl 20-21 at halftime and 18 points by big John Smidt ushered them to the win. Douglas Glasnapp got 13 points for Ringsted. Burt got into the finals with a 76-47 lacing of Ledyard and a 78-48 romp past Seneca. Ringsted downed Lakota 72-51, Dolliver 65-57, and Grant 72-59 on the way to the finals. Burt will put a 24-0 re, cord on the line at Rolfe. Mallard got past Des Moine? township, 66-60, in an overtinv to take the crown at Mallard The winners led 14-13 at thr quarter, but trailed 33-27 at halftime. The teams were knotted 43-43 at the three-quarter mark and 56-56 &t the end of regulation time. Willis ,Fain and Clark Jensen each got 20 points ror Mallard, while J. Bennett got 20 and T.\ Bennett 19 for the losers, Mallard downed Rodman 60-58, Cylinder 63-36 and Havelock 6047 on the way to 'the finals. The Ducks ran their season mark to , 19-5. Goldfield edged Crystal Lake 56-54 in a thriller at Corwith. The winners led* at halftime, 30-23 and had barely enough to. tak the win. Don DeWitt punchec home '20 points for Goldfield while Buffington notched" 17 fo the losers. Goldfield, which now has a 17-4 record, downed St Joe 66-53 and Corwith 59-46 on its way to the final game. Rolfe's Rams knocked Boone Valley out 59-43 in the finale a Rolfe. The winners led 27-16 a halftime in a game that endec on a rough note. Ranney top ped Rolfe, which now' has an 1178 record, with 27 points, while Nerem led Boone Valley with 12 Rolfe got to the finals by taking Humboldt 55-42. 8-Als«na (to.) Upper Des Molrm Thursday, March f, LuVerne Live Wires Titonka Firm Begins Air Lift of Tractor Parts The girls pictured above may have "Basketball" on their minds but nevertheless will participate in Algona* 4-H Club Day They Ho£i UV i? n e Li ^u Wires girls 4 - H - and will have their display ,xK br c c u! P rug fa th _ elr sponsor. Club leader is Mrs John Voss Jr Sc t net « r ' President; Judith Naffziger, vide-p'resU er appears on anothlr ~AL G O N/A....'.' U-P P>&'R , Q E s'2 '. M O I NT's' * ( 1 J'V^L"'!'"* M<i*».i>.-iihi U*»^im»> m^liii i HI i n,...».,.<, ..nart I il in..,, n •I,,- fitf *> • Dennis Menke On All-Star Loop Team , Dennis Menke, ace of St. John'p o|. Bancroft's basketball team, was named recently on thp honor of the North Central Catholic Conference, He received all but one possible vote in gaining the honor. Other members of the first team, named by players from the squads in the league, were Foy and Murohy of Emmetsburg Catholic, Hurley of Pocahontag Catholic and Smith of St. Joseph's* of. Mason City. Hurley and Smith were the only unanimous choices on the team. Second team selections includ ed Cecil SchilmoeJIer, St. Cece li» of Algona, Mull in, St Joseph's of Mason City, Kelley and Hood, Pocahontas, and Vaske of St. John's. Mark Seeley of St. Cecelia and Tom Clark of St. John's received honorable men tJOO- . ' _ Emmetsburg and St. Joseph's iie4 for the conference champion' sWj> with 6-3 won-lost marks PfiGflhontas, league-leader until final week of play wound up , St. John's fourth and St in the cellar. 781h Birthday A family dinner was given Friday, March l,.at Mr and Mrs Roland Bode for Harry J. Bode who observed his 78th birthday. Other guests were\ Mrs Bode and Evelyn, Mr 'and Mrs Herman Bode and Marlene of Corwitru Mr and Mrs Franklin Bode and Michael of Wesley, Mr and Mrs James Coady and Mr and Mr* James Coady Jr. and family o 1 Burt, Mr and Mrs Melborn "Hagg and Linda of Ledyard, Mr ana Mrs Robert Koll and Betty Coady of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Floyd Bode, Mr and Mrs Calvin Bode and Mr and Mrs Harold Bode and the respective 'amilies. Birificlay Dinner A family dinner was served Sunday by Mrs Raymond Reid in lonor of her husband's birthday, 'hose in attendance were Mr ana Mrs James Knoll of Burt, Mrs da Reid and Mr and Mrs Bei Reid. In further celebration a partj was held Wednesday evening a which cards were played. Guest were Mr and Mrs William Finn Mr and Mrs John Thompson anc Mr and Mrs Homer Tuttle. Auxiliary To Meet The American Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular monthly meeting Monday Mar. 11 at 8 p.m. in the Legion hall. Nell Larson's circle is in charge of the program and refreshments. All members are urged to attend. Yungeberg Anniversary Mr and Mrs Harry Yungaber • of Algona will celebrate the/' 45th wedding anniversary Sunday, Mar. 10, with an open house at their home from 2:00 until 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs Post Hostess Mrs Elizabeth Post was ho'st- ess to the members of her birthday club Wednesday evening, The anniversary, of Mrs Ray Cook was observed. Darla Carr, 8 Mrs Robert Carr gave a partj Friday afternoon in celebration of the eighth birthday of hei daughter Darla. Guests ware Rosemary Bullock, Yvonne and Margaret Crowley, Linda Fred erick, Donna Kenyon, Barbara Knutsen, Kathy Joseph, CheryJ Rusk, Deanne Schildknecht, Connie Schultz, Carol 'Schloniker and Cydney Spencer, A western theme was used. The honoree's sister Cheryl was also present. Sorority Meets Zeta Xi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met at Mrs Dan Davis' home Tuesday evening for a i business meeting. Spring rushing plans were/ discussed and Mr Harley Waller, local dramatics teacher, ' was guest speaker. His topic was "Words in our Lives." The next meeting, a ocial event, will be held Mar 9 at the 'aulstick, home pf Mrs Gene Car, Truck In *cal Collision by Theo Chris- ft truck, driven by jr, both of Algona. ft the corner of State *— ets her* at 9:1S Feb. 28. y Kr«bs investi- There -was little to the Strays north dan °lum Creek Club The Plum Creek" Women's lub will meet on Wednesday Mar. 13, at the home of Mrs John Scuffham. There will be election of officers. The program wil include humorous readings by Maude Jergenson. The last meeting was a po luck family meeting with 50 present. Mrs Max Goldman was the guest speaker. Card Club Hoets * Mr and Mrs Ralph Taylor entertained the members jjf their card club Saturday evening High score prizes were won by Marvin Lee and Mrs Ray Mertz. Low score prizes went to Ronald Collins and Mrs William Dearchs. Mrs Joe King won the travel prize. Brunch Hostess Mrs Ralph Morgan gave 9 brunch last week Wednesday morning honoring the birthday of Mrs Ray Cook. Other guests were Mrs James Allen, Ms Henry £ 0 , u l la ?i Mrs Henry Furst, Mrs Ralph Valentine and Mrs Merle Webster. Family Mr and Mrg Glen Graham entertained at a family oUnner Tuesday evening in honor of the 13th birthday of their son Gary, were Jay qraham, Marion Mr and Mr§ and Ullim Burt Blue Birds Gertude and Rosella Kahler were hostesses to the 4-H meeting of the Burt Blue Birds. March 2. Mrs Bernau and Mr? Lappe were guests. Talks wera given by Lana Cunningham bv Audrey Lappe and by Chery! Lovstad. Team demonstrations were given by Gertude Kahler and Evelyn Cherland, Rosella Kahler and Rosemary Ulses, and by Marilyn Hinckley and Shirley Tolliver. What is reputed to be one of the firfrt "farm-machinery-parts- by-air" services in the' middle West wiD start in this area April 15, when a special "parts plane" will begin flying daily from Ti' tonka to the Twin City IHC parts depot in 9t. Paul, Minn. The 4-p!ace Piper Trafficker plane, formerly owned by Dr. R. H. Hoi-ton of Algona, and pur- "h'l^cd from him ten tlnys ago by 'Vn'ker McDi.nr.ul of the Titonki implement Co. will m;ike a daily. '•ffUncl trip f'ight from Titonka to Holman airport in St. Paul* where McDonald will have a cat available for a quick dash to the parts depot. It is planned to have the plane loave Tike each morning to an--'"? in St. Pa.ul by the time the IHC parts depot opens there, secure needed machinery pavts, and land back in Titonka around 9:00 a.m. that same morning. The service, it was announced by McDonaldi owner of the firm, will ehablfe ! farmers to have special parts in a minimum of time. Gene Kromlnga, a licensed pilot nnd member of the Titotika firm'? staff, will handle the flying to Si. Paul, Meanwhile, Me Donald is himsel/ taking flying lemons, to secure a license, and also pilot the parts plane. The flying pat-is servico, to b? •i offer! I.. April, is artractin-• •idi-sp'onrl interest in the ma- ;-hinc.ry field, with a special article on it to appear in a forth romins issue of "The Harvester World." ' Portland Club Met Portland Progress Homemaker.^ met Feb. 28 at the home of Mrs Mori?,' Parsons, .with Grace ,Bergerud, Ruth Bolie* ancj Emilv T.-rsen assisting. There were 26 women present. Extension les- pong for next year were discussed. COMING NEXT WEEK I PLAY THE EXCITING "24". GAME s25,000oo IN PRIZES FRIGIDAIRE DRYER - GRAND PRIZE PLUS MANY MORE VALUABLE PRIZES Watch For It In This Paper Next Week BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES Con Hav§ The Luxury ef CAftPIT Af Special Savings KoMuth County No. 7217 PROBATE Or WILL 85 ' ^ D'trlct Court arv h Joseph Loebach. Sr.. Deceased, dated February 20 , 1951. having been this h^ iiVS d U °P e " e d and read, Monday ; ne 18th day of March, 1957. is fixed or hearing proof of same at the Court ipfse in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the ?Si' k °£ ?f id £ ourt: and at ^n o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons, interested are 'hereby notified and required to appear, and show ause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and al- owed as and for the last Will and "estement of said deceased; -Oftte at Algona. Iowa, March 5, 1957 ^ j; Alma 'Pearson, ^L, . Clerk of the District Court. MoMahon Sf Cassel, Attorneys A Algona, Jowa (Published March 7, 1957. in The Mgona (Ipwa) Upper Pes Monies) NOTICE Of PROBATE OF WILL State of Jowa v™ th r* t BS - In Dlst r*ct Court Kossuth County No. 7218 February Term, 1957 TO AM, WHOM IT MAY CONCERN YOU ABE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of August J. Heinen; Deceased, dated February 21, 4848. having been this day fl'ed. opened and read. Monday the 18th day of March. 1957. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, <before the District Court of s»id County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at 10:00 o'clock a.m.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required 'to appear, and show ;ause, if any they have, why Instrument should not be probated- and allowed as and for the last Will and lestament of said deceased- Dated at Algona, Iowa. March 5. 1957. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court. Winkel & Winkel, Attorneys Algona, 'Iowa (Published March 7, 1957, in The Mgona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) "WOTICS OF SCHQQfe Notice is herebTiryen to the quail- led elector* of the Algona Community School Blstrtct of Algona in the Coun- y of Kossuth State of Iowa that the •—*"lar election of said School District b i*M4, ftt rcon i IM , in the HJ *n "' building on the eleventh day .™-»i at 7 o'clock p.m. Two directors will be elected. One or a terroof three years to succeed 'erry M. Collins, whose term expires March, 1857: and one for two years to uccee4 Robert Deal, whose term expires March, 1957. March 1, 1997. » Wolfe, gepretsry /T-. ._,, . T—' rd of education ^Sft^&J*?^ J- W?3 Jta Th* HYLON POWER NET featuring exclusive FJNISH-WITH-IANOUM lANONETcpmblnodwMiGossard'i iiaiqui craftsmanship brings to soothing comfort in rhij |90ele$s pull-on panto and glrdli wirb MtlD elastic front and back ponal, r collar. Pontie jl; a |,. $595 Mr? 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