The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 20, 1956 · Page 17
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Tuesday, March 20, 1956
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Mirth 20, M56 glgona tipper Beg fHoinrs Ci AS -T( )( )N KEN & LEO'S "By golly! There is a difference in ETHYL." There's a BIG difference between POOR SERVICE and OUR SERVICE ! ! ! KIN & LEO'S Phillips '66" Service) Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phone 967 East State St. Chicago Meeting — Joe Skow went to Chicago to attend a National Presbyterian Men's Meeting March 13 through 19th. FEBRUARY 29 The Joe Frankens of Sioux City really hit the jackpot on Leap Year Day, February 29. Mrs Franken gave birth to two healthy, dark-haired twin daughters. County 4-H Basketball Finals, March 23-24 School Motor Quits Wesley — The public school had an enforced vacation Tuesday when the motor on the furnace burned out and had to be taken to Mason City for repair. BIG $30,000 FIRE SALE Now Going On. Furniture, Hardware A Appliances Selling At Near Give Away Prices The Sale The Whole Country 1$ Talking About SWANSON Hardware, Furniture & Appliance Store-WHITTEMORE ^ Hi Jinks Devoted ib Scenes" Items High School. "Behind The Prom Algon* With the State basketball tournament over, most people probably suppose that there's nothing to be done for it but wait until the baseball season. Only a few stout aficionados are looking for* ward to the state debate meet at Iowa City the second week in April. * * * Debate is a sport not unlike basketball and baseball in many respects. For instance, if coaches used a dope sheet to study up on the opposition, it might look something this: Doe, Jane—Sharp on defense. Consistent scorer and good driveller. Can fake you out- easily. Ziich, Joe—Fast man on his feet. Goes well to right or left of question. High-point man on team this year. # * * AHS's dauntless debaters, affirmatives Cheryl Vander Waal and Barbara Bourne and negatives Dave Phillips and Dick Vipond, together with coach R. D. Palmer, will be on hand for the festivities. Their season's record of 33 wins, 15 losses, does not : ndicate either the heights to which they rose or the less fortunate incidents. » * * Like any other team, debaters have some days when they're just not hitting. Let's hope the shots and opponents are dropping at Iowa City next month. But in the meantime, you might practice up on a few cheers like: First affirmative, second affirmative, negatives, too Disorder and misquotes both eschew, Beg the question, state the fact, Charm the judges with your tact. Rah! Rah! Rah! —SS. Townsend Club St. Pat Party Algona Townsend Club met at the Ted Fisher home Monday evening, March 12, for their regular business meeting and St. Patrick's Day party. The group discussed the state convention which will be held in Des Moines April 7, and the national convention later at St. Paul. Following the business session, a mystery quiz, jumbled word contest and other games were featured. Mrs Freida Willey was winner of three pri/.es during the night. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be at the Holdren home, Tuesday nirjht, March 27, with Easter the theme, Grant, Whittemore, St. Joe And Ramsey Teams Ready The finals of the county boy's 4-H basketball tournament will be held at Bancroft on March 2324. A record number of 27 learns took part in the district games this year. Teams meeting in the final play off Friday are Grant Juniors vs. Whittemore Juniors at 7:15; Grant Sr. vs. St. Joe at 8:00 p.m. and Whittemore Sr. vs. Ramsey Sr. District play off scores were as follows — north district juniors, Greenwood 10, Grant 60; Hurt 9, Swea-Harrison 13; Swea-Harrison 13, Ramsey, 31. Seniors—Swea- Harrison 31, Grant 71; Burt 22, Seneca 90; Lincoln 32, Ramsey 50; Eagle 32, Grant 61; Seneca 72, Ramsey 48. South district Juniors — St. Joe 18, Wesley 36; Algona 16, Whittemore 34; 'Cm-field 22, Lu- Verne 25: Union 26, Wesley 37; LuVerne 12, Whittemore 18; Seniors — Garfield 28, Whittemore 50; Lotts Creek 19, Prairie 37; Union 22, St. Joe 78; Prairie 20, Whittemore 64; LuVerne 32, St. Joe 46. Congratulations go to the clubs for the fine sportsmanship shown throughout the play offs by losers and winners alike. Leaders are to be commended on the fine job they did in organizing the tournament and the efficient manner in which it was carried out. Special thanks go to leaders Leander Vaske, Cecil "Thoreson, Lloyd Thorson and Bernard Thilges for arranging for gyms and equipment for the event. Thrifty Shoppin ... FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE . . 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