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fr-Algono (la.1 Upper Pea Motnd» Thursday," March 8> t9SS Algona Beats Humboldt In March To Sub - State Algona High's Bulldogs advanced to sub-state competition with a hard'fought 50^.45 win over a stubborn Humboldt team in the linal round of the district basketball tournlment at Humboldt Friday night. The win was the tenth straight for Coach Bob King's crew, and ran the season mark to 17-5, one of the finest for the local school in history. Accuracy at ihe free threw line ushered the Bulldogs past the Wildcats. Algona hit 16 of 20 gift shots, while the losers missed 12 of 21 tries, and this difference provided ihe edge at the final buzzer. The Bulldogs battled to a 17-15 lead at the end of the first period, and the capacity crowd sensed plenty of scoring to come in the .third meeting between two North Central Conference foes. Humboldt slipped past Algona, 61-60, at Humboldt, and the locals edged the Wildcats, 45-43 in the return engagement here. Second round action dampened Algona spirits. Bulldog scorers managed to count 'just FOUR POINTS during the eight minutes, and while Humboldt didn't ex- 'actly burn up the nets, the eight Wildcat Jallies gave the home team a 23-21 halftone lead. To Algona rooters, the edge was far more impressive than the' two points on the Scoreboard. Bulldog fans got to loosen up their vocal cords near the end of the third period. Meyer, .Dermand and Co. got in gear, and when center Keith Naeve of the Wildcats picked up his'fourth foul and was benched, Algona came up with four quick buckets to put the eventual winners ahead* 36-32, :a't the'three-quarter mark. < . The bulge was widened early in the final period, and with five minutes of play remaining, Coach King's ,fi.Ve led, 42-34. Algona Clung to the lead, afld was not seriously threatened, diespite numerous fouls near the end. Failure of" Wildcat free .throwers at the line kept the losers from moving' in for a possible kill. Doug Meyer topped the local scorers with 17 , points, while Nidas Dermand got, 14. Algona shooters weren't on .the mark as much as usual, but the Bulldogs hit well enough to come through. The all-around play of Dermand was tops during the night. Meyer turned in a good job, as did Don Cook and Jim Galbraith, and the rebounding of Larry Christensen during list-half action aided tremendously. Team effort paid off with the win over a rugged opponent. Box score: Algona (50) FG FT PF Christensen 1 & * Galbraith —3 2 4 Meyer *—j> ' * Dermand . 6 2 i Cook — - 2 ° 4 '17 16 13 Humboldt (45) • FG FT PF Anderson 3 3 J Blomker • 2 2 1 NaevG T 5 J ^ Daggy - - 7. „ " Fevold —' 1 * i Bommel -0 u Baker -0 0 18 9 12 Are trie Last Four Numbers of YOUR Social Security Card Listed Here? If So, You Could Have Been JA $$$$ WINNER ! NUMBER CHANGES DAILY at now ON THE NEW LIGHTWEIGHT HOOVER complete with cleaning tools Never before a cleaner no easy to too —never a bargain like this. Genuine Triple-Action Hoovet—beata aa it Bweeps aa it cleana. Ail-around cleaning—tools for draperies, furniahinga, Boors. All at one low price. SWARTZ ALGONA HARDWARE Algona Vs Li/Veme In Sub Sfafe Fans from this area will travel to Rolfe in droves Monday night, to see Algona's Bulldogs tangle with LuVerne's slick class B team in the sub-state opener at 7:30 p.m. Pairings announced by the Iowa High School Athletic Association Tuesday, pit St. Bernard's of Breda against Dowling of Des Moines at Ames, Monday at 7; Carroll vs. .Ames, Monday at Ames at 8:30 p.m.; and Bradgate vs. Rippey at Harcourt, Monday at 7:30 in games that will round out action in the three-site sub- state meet involving Algona and LuVerne. Should Breda beat Dowling Monday night, it is probable the Algona - LuVerne Winner will tangle with Breda at Rolfe Wednesday night, while if Dowling comes through, Ames, site of the finale Friday night, will probably be the meeting place for LuVerne or Algona, and Dowling. LuVerne swept into the sub- state with a 51-41 win over Bode at Rolfe in the finals of the district meet, the fourth time this season Bode lost to the winners. Coach Bryce Wickett's high- scoring machine has now racked- up 21 straight wins, and has a 26-2 season record, one of the best in the state. •• Algona, under the tutelage of Coach Bob King, has won its last ten games in a row and owns a 17-5 season mark. , One thing concerning the outcome of the LuVerne-Algona game is certain, Kossuth COUH- ty will have only one team left in tourney action, and one long winning streak or the other wiU come to an abrupt halt. Under the new state tournament setup which allows eight teams to compete for the title, instead of 18 as in the past, a team must win three games in sub-state competition to get to Des Moines. Moulton Blasts 606 Pin Series Frank Moulton blasted his way to the top spot at Hawkeye Lanes this week, tossing a 225 line and 606 series to do it. _ Other men over 200 included Lou Huber 212, Casey Loss 201, Dick Sjogren 203, Tom Forburger 212 Monte Scobba 202, Don Smith 213, Ron Taylor 200, Whitey Voigt 207, Gus Blanchard 203 and Francis Arnoldy 203. Standings: American League W L Studers' Stock Farm —80' 24 Titonka Indians 71 33 Brandt Buick 65% .38% Baker Livestock -. 62 42 Lions - —59 45 Sjogren's —— -50 54 Hamilton Hatchery -45 59 Corwith - 43% 56% Robinson Produce 41 63 Sorensen Motor 40 64 Boone Ridge 37 67 Hefti Lockers 29 75 National League W L Western Buyers 68 36 West End Billiards ---66 38 Sharp's -—64 40 Ready-Mix 61% 42% Arnold Motor 52 52 Rood Ins 1 . 51. 53 Bancroft Oil 48 56 Hub Clothiers 48 56 Algona Produce 45 59 Ernie Williams 41 63 Burt Co-Op Elev. 40% 63% iCoss. Co. Imp. 39 65 Retiring R. F. D. Carriers Honored Oltosen — Three retired mail carriers Were honored at a party at Johnson House in Algona, Monday evening by the Humboldt County Mail Carriers and their wives. They are Oliver Kinseth of Ottosen, Ole Fjetland and William Baumann the latter two both from Humboldt. After a dinner at the Johnson House the group played 500. Each was presentee with a gift. Pictures were also taken. About 25 were present including Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth from Ottosen. Sill-Mittag Wedding ter home. _ *, , ... Mr and Mrs Otto Rentzel visit ed their daughter jm Sunday evening,, ;tne •, <. rfblafl's Of Swea .Gity.i^ ' -. Mr ahd Mrs Ed Lftrsen went o Cleaf Lake, Monday mornfflg. Franz 'teeter helped MeWin - Dutttin m'ove ,M6nday. The ons are moving'to Burt.< -F.orest Willis of titonka bought, the farm DUttorts are vadatihg. Their daughter Florence and husband re moving on this fartn. '..'•, Denise Rentzel was home Monday with a bad cold and sore hroat. , , , - : Rev. and Mrs Willis PhehjSs and amily - left. Monday evening for heir hdm'e at Windsor, Colorado. jevant Moore took them to Ames and they went the resist {he way by train. • ; . : In a double-ring ceremony performed Sunday afternoon. Feb. 20, Janice Sill, daughter of Mr and Mrs Chester Sill of LuVerne, and Robert Mittag, son of Mr and Mrs Edwin Mittag of Algona, were united in marriage by Rev. L. H. Loach. The 2:30 p.m. service was read in Trinity Lutheran church in Algona. The bride was attired in a floor-length gown of lace over satin, and carried a bouquet of red roses. Her fingertip veil fell from a coronet. Lucille Guyton of Chicago, 111., an aunt of the bride served as honor attendant, and bridesmaids were Marjory Mittag and Mrs Donald Hammer of Algona. They wore gowns of yellow, lavender and green, and carried bouquets of white carnations. Donald Nauman of Algona served as best ;man and Verle Elmore and Leon Bilyeu of Algona were groomsmen. Ushers were Donald Hammer and Dick Lallier of Algona. A wedding reception was held at the Johnson House: • The newly weds are at home< in their trailer house at the Hillcrest -Trailer -Court follov/irg a wed^ng. trip -•.'•-•,•: Janice is a graduate of the LuVerne high school, ana is employed at the Johnson House. Robert graduated from Algona high school, and served three years in the air force. He is now farming with his father. (Photo by Nels Isaacson, Brown's Studio) Honor Family At LuVerne, Moving Soon LuVerne—Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielson were honored with a farewell dinner Sunday at the home of his brother Mr and Mrs Harold ,Nielson. Other guests were their parents Mr and Mrs Aksel Nielson, sisters. Mrs Marie Hunt, Mr and Mrs Walter Engel. Mr and Mrs • Nielson moved to a farm between Ventura and Clear Lake. Birthday Dinner Mrs Harold Nielson was the nored ffuest at a birthday dinner Thursday evening in the lome of her son-in-law- and dau- ;hter"Mr and Mrs Dale'Zehther. uests included Mr and Mrs Fred Will, Mr and Mrs LaVoy Dawson and families of Corwith; Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson, Mrs Harold, Nielson, Jr., Mr Harold Nielson, Sr., and the honoree. Mrs Nielson received gifts. 4rs Lichty Hostess Mrs Harry Lichty entertained .he Birthday Club in her home Friday evening. Guest substitute )layers were Mrs Kenneth Sorensen and Mrs Gilbert Rowen. At bridge honors went to Mrs A. W. Dimler, Mrs Hugh Shirk and Mrs Sorensen. The recent sirthday of the hostess was observed. UDMt Classifieds Pay Dividends ' Notice Of School Election PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the qualified voters of ,he Seritral Community School District,,in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa,' that a special election has • been called and .ordered to be held in and for said School District' qn the ;4th day of March, 1955, whereat .here will be submitted to the voters of said Sentral Community School District, to be jay them voted Upon, the following prq- position, to-wit: Shall the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School District in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto, State of Iowa, issue bonds in an amount' not to exceed $450,000.00 for the purpose of carrying out a high school building program consisting of erecting a new high school building, procuring as a site therefqr approximately ten acres of land lownsnijJ •""iS** J ,*ti\\- fir,*** North,, Range Thirty (30) West of the ! 5th P.M.,,Kossuth County? low's, and produrlng and irn- , proving 1 adjoining land as'a site S; ah'fathie'tic fffrd in and for • ; Bald'School District? 1 r, ; i ' -fHtfWas for sail election will beVp§n fforti twelys'rfgodk*oari until seven o'clock P.M., of said day and for Said election the whole of said Community School. District lias been consolidated into and;-will constitute ofte^voting precinct and the polling place therefor will be at the vacant residence on the farm oWned by Carl WOPrlebe' and tenanted by Lloyd Berkla;nd located in the Southeast Corner of the Southeast Quarter (SE V*) of Section Nine (9), - Township Ninety-seven (97 North, - Range Tnirty '(30), West of the 5th P!M., Fentort Township Kossuth CoUnty, loWa, at whic)i time and place all of the qualified voters of said School District are hereby notified to appear. ; •This notice Is given by order of the Board of Directors of the Sentral Community School Dis- sassfitS'J^^Si ance .therewith and as ordered by a resolution'adopted by the Boaru 6Y Directors on the 2nd day of February; 1965, " - ,..„,,-,, Iowa, this 2nd .Secretary, Board.of ----- (Publl S hed yi Feb, 10. 17, 24 and MWch 3, 1956, • in the Algona Upper Des Moines) If SWIMS MMI M«* JIM moil sehsationat Invention, In InA *^«fc-aS»: fttsn^M.^sas' SiSa^ir 53 tit. looki and iwlml Ilka l live minnow. -ihu u the lui* of ill l«i«f-il l ! l1l . i ' ul « ! 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Lichty entertained guests for dinner Friday evening in honor of the birthday of Mr Lichty. A decorated birthday cake centered the dinner table. Guests were his brothers Joseph L. Lichty, Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty and sister Miss Grace Lichty. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Rowen, Faith Ann and Larry attended an anniversary family dinner in the parental Mr and Mrs E. F. Wetterling home in Garner. Janice Ramus of Algona, her ister Mr and Mrs Charles Soren- en and family of Corwith drove o Omaha, where they visited over the weekend. Mr and Mrs William Schipull accompanied by her sister have returned from a vacation trip to Noel, Missouri. Mr and Mrs Andrew Marty attended the family night pot-luck dinner of the Builders Sunday School Class in the Evangelical United Brethren Church in Renwick. John Schmidt took his mother Mrs Emma Schmidt to University hospital in Iowa City, Monday, where she will get attention on her eyes. Friends have received word that Sonja, oldest daughter of Mi and Mrs Jon Nelson at Osage, suffered a broken left arm on the gymnasium floor there. Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz visited Sunday in Manson at the home of her parents. Janice Hefti employed in Des Moines spent the weekend at home. . Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford and Connie visited Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr and Mrs Allmon Hovick and daughters at Badger. Mrs Hovick is a sister of Mr Sanford. Nancy Will, employed in Des Moines was a weekend visitor at home. Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty and Sally Prior visited over the weekend in the home of the former's son Mr and Mrs DeRay Lichty and children at Mason City. Mr and Mi's Alvin Weber, sons, LeRoy and Charles spent the weekend in Des Moines visiting Mrs Lulu Jordan and Miss Edna Jordan, mother and sister of Mrs Weber. Sunday guests in the home Mr and Mrs George Schnetzer and family were Mrs Anna Blumer Of Algona Mr and Mrs Elmer Schnetzer, Mr and Mrs Walter Kraft and families of Renwick Mr and "Mrs James Mallory at:ended the home and flower show n session-in Des Moines, Friday Mr arid Mrs Hugh Shirk visited Sunday in Alta. Mr and Mrs Earl Grimes and sons, visited Sunday in Wood ward with his parents. Mr and Mrs Harry Naffziger Judith and David spent the week end visiting Mr and Mrs Raj Wagner parents of Mrs Naffzige near Oelwein. Mr and Mrc Hormsn PerS- ;of Humboldt were Sunday guests in the parental Mr and Mrs Carl I>ergande home. , i __^ . Portland Twp. By Mrs Victor Fitch l ivlrs Doiiaia ningsaori and Mrs Henry Radmaker went to.Des Moines,' by bus, 'Friday, to spenfl the weekend with Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf. Mr Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara and Mr Henry Radmaker drove down Sunday' to visit and bring the lady folks home. Mr and Mrs Art Randall and family of Thompson were supper guests, Friday evening, at the Herbert Nelson home. Geraldine Parsal visited Thurs- Jay evening with Korene and Judy Fitch. Guests over the weekend at he Bernard and Charles Phelps home were Mrs Minnie Sperring and Rev and Mrs Willis Phelps and family. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family were Sunday dinner guests of the Will Gifford's of Burt. Mrs Howard Sparks and Darryl attended the youth rally at the Good Hope Methodist church and took some young folks with them. Mr and Mrs Leon Gardner and family of Wesley were Sunday evening guests at the Franz Tee- lOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLACI The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRIDAY, MARCH 11 ANDY DOLL And His Ridge Riders SATURDAY, MARCH 5 DON HOY , . And His Orchestra C-O-M-I-N-G SUNDAY, MARCH I3ih WAYNE KING The Waltz King His Golden Saxaphone and World Famous Orchestra Adm. 1.61 plus tx. Total 1.80 Reservations Available Tuesday, March 1st. 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