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High Percentage Students Enjoy Athletic Activities ' Physical education, athletic and health programs are becom ing lncrea»ingly popular in jun ior and senior high schools al over the United States, and, judg ing by the record at Algona hig school, the trend locally agree with national figures. The Algona high program includes, more than 100 minutes per week of various physical education, athletics and health classes double the amount required law. Only students with a med ical excuse do not take part in the local program. Health's portion of the set-up includes special health and first aid classes and other courses such as biology, science and homemaking. The standard Red Cross first aid course is taught and certificates given_ to all students that complete it. Junior high pupils get incidental health and personal hygiene instruction in physical education and science classes. Boys and girls each have physical education classes. Games taught and played include touch •football, Softball, soccer, basketball, volleyball, badminton, archery, tennis, table tennis, trampoline, tumbling and wrestling for the boys, and the same program, except touch football for the girls. The girls also take hockey, speedball, folk and, f q u a r c dancing, shuffleboard, track and field events. , Purposes behind the physica education program include re- craation, physical development of all parts of the body, development of skill, promotion of good sportsmanship, interest in personal health and cleanliness and development of poise and coordination of all body functions. Inlramurals, games between classes or other groups within the school, are played outside of regular school hours. . Fifty percent of all senior high girls participate in the intramural program, and usually.play games Monday and Wednesday evenings. The GAA is another of the *—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 27, 1956 rir^ Kossvru COUNTY T [S P ORT S. possibilities for girls. About CO senior high girls participate in the activities offered to members of the Girls Athletic Association. Sports and recreation are the main objects of the GAA, and so far this school year members have participated in initiation, Hag Snag, Cedar Falls play day, candy sale, homecoming button sate and 'activity nights in the gym. Interscholastic sports, which include regularly scheduled athletic contests,' are restricted to boys only. Seyenth and eighth graders 'are restricted to from four to eight games each season, depending upon , the sport, and permission of the boy's parents and family physician is necessary before any boy may compete. ?ive sports, football, basketball, wrestling, track and baseball are ncluded in the program. About wo-thirds of all junior high boys participate in one or. more of the iports. About 60 percent, 85 high ichool boys are active In inter- cholastic sports during the year. Sports available are football, pasketball, wrestling, track and ield, baseball, tennis and golf, nd all boys out for any of these ports compete in first or second earn events. There's noon hour recreation, oo, for rural and town pupils 'ho dp not go home for lunch. Wo instractors are' on duty very noon to supervise games, library and certain class- ooms. There is no swimming vailable in the school, how- ver, every boy and girl is urged to learn how to swim before graduation,/ The extensive program offered at Algona high school proves one thing, besides production of winning, athletic teams, bettering health and physicalfitness. Local students are not exclusively spectators, since 50-60 percent of all boys and girls in junior and senior high are participating. in one or more activities in addition to the required education classes. physical Coaches in the local school are: football, Loving, King, Martin and Stephens; basketball, King, Loving and Deines;, wrestling, , , Martin and. Flanders; track and [unior high sports, Martin, Lov- ng, Buenger and Olson; baseball, King; golf and tennis,- Stephens and Palmer. The girls are taught )y Miss Papousek and Mrs Moxey. DIES Winneba;go cOunty lost its oldest resident recently, in the death of Cy Ashpole of Thompon. He was 95. . 90th At Clarinda, Mrs Lou Long of Braddyville recently observed her 90th birthday. The Algona Upper Des Moines ias the largest circulation in K.OS- •oath county" of any"publication. v<&®x^<x&^^ I REPORT CARD Send your son or daughter back to school with a new Smith-Corona for M little M MH a wwk. Five models to choose from. Smith-Corona Ih* World'* firtt and Jailett portable typewriter Doug Meyer On 1th Team, All Sfafe Choice Algona's greatest all-time scorer in basketball, Doug Meyer, was named as a forward on th Iowa Daily Press Association' fourth team Friday. The hono came as a climax to the final yea of competition for Meyer, whc played on Bulldog basketbal teams for four years. The big 6-3, 200 pounder shat tered all scoring records locallj this season as he pumpefc in 4 points in 22 games and set , new single game high of 45 a the Bulldogs slammed Humbold late in the year. He averaged'20.' points per "game, also a new high and during his career scorec 1,189 points. His rebounding wa outstanding and his ball handling and, passing are excellent. He is 17- and .will be shooting for his twelfth letter during the forth coming baseball .season. At pre^ sent, he has four in football ahc basketball, three in baseball. He plans to attend college. LuVerne and Ringsted were well represented on the honor roll. LuVerne's outstanding outfit placed Joe Henderson and Kenny Stripling and Ringsted had Rog Chamber, Bob Osteal- gaard and Galen Bart on the list. . "Others from this area and the North Central Conference included „ Gary Kolbeck, Webster City, second team guard; Dennis Knoner," Ledyard; -John Cotton, Lone Rock; Norman Riitz, Livermore; Jim Johnson, Grant Twp.; Dave Moore and Ron Blue, Webster City, and Kurt Sunner, Eagle Grove. Bailey Aalfs, grandson of Mr and Mrs Chester Bailey. Algona, a member of the East Sioux City team, was named to the honor roll. [THESE WQMENI -* i^i^^iia^aafadJaMjLiM^tAaiia^^ fOOdnew take, Cluny, it's one TEASPOONFUL. .not • whole botUel" Come in and see it demonstrated See this and other makes portable typewriters demonstrated here. REMINGTON UNDERWOOD ROYAL Portable Typewriters On Display At Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. PHONE 1100 ALGONA Prices starting at *79 95 Fursf Has Big Week, Hawkeye Bowling Loop Hank Furst turned in the top bowling scores at Hawkeye Lanes this week. He had lines of 240 and 206 as he tossed a 639 series. Ted Chrischilles was right behind with lines of 233 and 214 and a 619 series. Martha Johnson led the women with a 185 total. Others over 150 were Helene Whittemore 156, Heide Ferguson 168, Jackie Laing 180, Leona Wilhelmi 154, 157,- Kay Voigt 168, 178, Bo Brandt 153, Betty Dennis 157, Frances Gingrich 167, Phyllis Walker 154, Carol Godfredsen 155, Joyce Fraser 152 and Lavonne Pittman 165, 154. Men over the 200 mark included Chuck Jandl 200, Chuck Davis 200, Bob Carr 201, 200, Dale Briggs 223, Merl Hoover «i24, Red Sleeker 200, , Harold Lampright 217, Gordy Schmidt 203, Bob Henderson 202, Frank Bleich 214 Walt Hefti 221, Harold Hesley 211. Don Smith, Sr. 204, Bill Batt 213, Frank Moulton 214, Jerry Ferris 209, 200, Hal Long 203 Bill Colwell 234, Ron Stephens 213, Roman Wilhelmi, 219, Harold Brandt 203, Loyal Gingrich 201 Clayt Pittman 215, Frank Rueb 201 and Bob Woods 203. Hunting, Fishing Licenses Expire Hunters and anglers are reminded by the State Conservation Commission that their 195556 hunting and fishing licenses expire March 31, and will be void after that date. New licenses are now available from county recorders, conservation officers, and many license depositaries such as sporting goods and hardware stores. Resident fishing licen^s are required of all males 16 years of age and over. Women 16 years of age and over must hold fishing licenses for fishing in state- owned lakes only, and are not required to be licensed to fish in other waters. Resident hunting licenses are required for all hunters regardless of age and sex, even for shooting "varmints" during the summer. However, owners and tenants of land and their children may hunt, fish and trap on such lands without securing a license to do so. Dodge Men's Civic Glee Club with a variety program that will be, of outstanding 'nature. * . . E&ch; i persoiiv', attending the event Will frecdive a ballot and mavsj-cast < a vote for the o;ueen of,their' choice, The Queen will be crowned during the Ball. Can didates are pictured elsewhere ' in, today's Upper D<^, Moines, 4 Henry "Charles and -hli 'eleven piece band has been bobked ,to play; for the Ba^l. •• Seniors 4-H Gage Champs Wesley's juniors and Ramsey's Senior fflitrv took thfr 1966 Kossuth 4-H basketball titles With wins at Bancroft Saturday night in the finals. Grant's two entries were defeated'in the finals ^ as Wesley took' a 29-14. decision in the' opener and Ramsey notched a 48-37 verdict in the finale. ' Wesley built up a 12-7 lead by lalftime in the junior game, and Hit the decision on ice with a hird period blast which pushed he margin to 23-8. Asa topped :he winners with 12 points, while p earson got eight. Farland got seven and Waterbury six for the losers. Ramsey led all the way in-the finals of the senior game. It was 13-5 at the quarter," 20-14 at the half and 38-21 at the three-quarter mark and a filial period rally by Grant fell short. Vaske got 18 points, Schiltz 14' and Goche nine for Ramsey. Twenty-seven teams, a record entry list, were entered in the first round of* the tournament. Awards went to team members of the quintets which reached tha finals. . • •. Algona; Lawrence Brandt, Elmore! J- I- Stfienhard. pickup, Swea City; J. W, Huff-pickup, LtiVerfie; Cliff, Hoover, ^lurt; N< P. Kay^er 1 , Bbdej antf ' Francis McGregor, Bancroft. ' Honored For Fifty Years Service, Burt Phone Co. 204 Pin Line By Romona Amfahr "sJRamona Amfahr flipped a nifty 204 to top the women at Larry's this week. Other gals over 160 included Mary Ann Berte 183, Eulalie Altman 162, Arlene Kajewski 173, Elaine Vera 163, Lavonne Pittman 181, 'Hattie Robinson 162; Mary Lytle 172, 196, 166, Bertha Thuente 177, Dorothy Droessler 165, Kay'Voigt 174, 167, Irma Dee Cook 199, Carol .Godfredsen 172, 180, 165, 170, Jackie £,aing 179, 169, 164,, Vera Erpelding 177,' 184, Sara Raney 161, 172 and Irene Hanig 174. Track, Baseball Teams Work Out The baseball and track squads at Algona high school are working out daily, biding their time until real outdoor practice cjin get underway. ~\ The thinclads are running in the streets around the school while waiting for the track to dry up, and the same holds true", for Coach Bob King's baseballers, 1 who have been bunting and throwing in the gym. With schedules in both sports set to get rolling in about ten days, sunshine will play an important part in readying the squads, which include a total ol 51 men, for the season. - Pick Spring As Theme, Charity Ball, April 3 The theme of the 1956 Charity Ball will Entrance" be Dr. "Spring's Ha Musical arold Erickson announced today. The decorations of the Algona school gymnasium will be planned around this theme. The decoration committee, headed by John Claude, is composed of M. H. Honsbruch, Ralph Hagg, Dick Norton, Harold Erickson, Dick Carr, Gordon Ditlevson, Leon Laird, Ed Sundelar, Jim Milder, Frank Moultbn, Oscar Metcalf, Beecher Lane' Tom McGraw. and The program for the evening on April 3 will begin at-8:15 and will feature the famed Fort Burl ' — Honoring Mrs P. L. Dremmel on co.mpletion oj: 50 years with the .Burt Telephone Company, a surprise dinner was given -at the Johnson House in Algona on Wednesday. C. B. Chipman, who is president of the Telephone Company, presented the guest of honor with a gift from the group and Ray'; McWhorter gave an interesting talk. Attending besides the' honoree were her son and datighter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Ray Dremmel, Mr and Mrs C. B. Chipman, Mr and Mrs Albert Volehtine, Ray McWhorter, George Hawcott, Mr and Mrs- Charles Spry, Mr and Mrs Dale Lockwood, Gertrude Ackerman and Anna Reimers. The Burt Telephone Company was organized in 1906 with the first office above the then Smithes Department Store, and members were Charles board Smith, Link Hall, Albert Stable, Dr. W. T. Peters, O. P. McDonald, H. O. Buell and W. C, Dewel. P. .L. Dremmel was \ general manager and lineman and Mrs Dremmel ;he operator. The switchboard was moved into , the Dremmel home over '30 year's ago and after Mr Drem- mel's death Mrs Dremmel continued her Work, of chief oper.a- lor. A recent fall* kept her away from the work, for a time, but she is again, on duty» A party-given in her honor also for the 50th anniversary was held at her home Friday afte,r- noon 'and. those attending have at sometime worked with Mrs Dremmel. Present! were Leona Salisbury, Hattie Schrader, Ethel Dremmel, Opal Waltman, Gertrude Ackerman,. Anna Reimers, Doretta Abbas and Jean Lockwood. ' 34 New Cars And Trucks Sold, 2 Weeks New cars and truck sales showed a gentle increase during the' past two weeks, according .to figures released by the county treasurer Owners of new vehicles are: Ford — Verne Molirider,-pick- up, Swea City; R. W. McCullough, .. M. Kuhz, Wes-> ley; .Walter Rentz, Burt; and E. B. ' Carlson, AlgdHa/ Buick -** Duane Asehenbren- ner, Fenton; E. ; C. Pittman, Al- gonaiR. G</Richardson, Algona; and Eldon Isaacson, Swea City. ;. Siudebake* — ^v, N. Berte, Bode. •••",. , Dodge — Verhon Bli&chkamp, Lone Rock; A, L., Smith,'pickup, Alebna; Lawrence Thilges, Bode; P% M.,Schlltz, \Bancroft; and Kenneth PercJval, Algona. Chevrolet '*- A. H; Perdue, Alf cina; Chester Pitch, Algona; armers Co-Op Elevator, pickup, SWea City; R: H, Struecker. Algona; A. < W. Anderson, Swea City; Leonard Swanson, Swea City; TVtelvin or Kenneth > Marty, - LuVerne; Morris • Johannesen, Swea City; and R. F. .Cornelius, Fenton. . •..••••. l Nash — P. G. Stebritz. Algona. Poniiac — Ernie Williams, Algona. " Trains For Air Force M. Pi Job Dennis 'F. Beitz, A 2/c, above, husband of Mrs Phyllis Jean Beitz of Algona. is now receiving instruction as an air force military policeman at Parks Air Force Base, Cal. He formerly was in the Marine Corps, where he served three years, seeing service in the Far East. He enlisted in the air force in Algona Dec. 28, 1955. 64ih At Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Gus Luke recently observed their wedding annivewary. They > be up and around. ExaminingOf Sealed Grain, A.S.C. Advice With warmer weather ahead, t is advisable for farmers to do ome careful checking of .farm- stored grain which they have under price support loans, it was stated this week by Virgil L. lohlf, manager of the Kossuth :ounty ASC. He said that a little effort now o examine stored grain for possible damage and contamina- ion from rodents, birds, insects, icating and exjcess moisture may revent losses from lowered uality. As a general thing, here is little loss during cold weather, he pointed out, but when the temperature climbs onditions became more favor- ble for damage. The producer who has a loan n farm-stored commodities has ull responsibility for their uantity and quality. "A price-support loan is made n a specified amount and grade f corn, oats, soybeans or what- ver commodity is involved," he eclared. "It is a non-recourse oan only while the quantity and uality of the commodity are qual to or better than when the >an was made." If the farmer pays off his loan nd sells tho grain he will get ess for it if the grain ia damaged r below loan quality. If the armer delivers the grain to the overnment in satisfaction of the oan. the settlement will be based trictly on the quantity and quality at the time of delivery nd any deficiency must be paid iy the farmer. Any farmer who discovers rouble in his stored grain and loes not know what to do to orrect it should notify the ounty ASC office immediately nd also ask advice either from he ASC office or the county Ex- ension Service office. Prompt ction is of greatest importance. Mayor Court Fines Six fines were levied in Mayor U. C. Shierk's court during the •"•"''.Leo H. Tofteberg, Bode, Clyde M. King, Charles each paid $5 and costs for Deeding; Robert D. Kitner, Fen- t01 ?- "/id J. A. Smith, Sioux City, paid $5 and costs each for going through stop signs; Reinhart A Behnke, Algona, paid $5 and costs for a stop light violation- and Leo A. McCarthy, Algona was fined $5 and costs for ' 'ng to have his caJ ATTENTION, MR. POULTRYMAN: » Protect Your Chicks From Coccidiosis with NiCarbazin in your ration ! Regardless what feeding program you use . . insist on NiCarbazin in your ration. THE FEATURES of NICARBAZIN Surveys were run with Delmarva growers Carbazin and other leading coccidiostats. who used Ni Oat of 174,542 Birds Protected With NiCarbazin NONE DIED FROM COCCIDIOSIS Re< atveV oi Among the 48,500 birds on other coccidiostats, mortality ran as high as 12 per cent. Ask Your Wayne Feed Dealer to give you full details on this best of all preventive for coccidiosis. was suspended. The panther, pum», cougar and mountain lion are one and the animal. ROBINSON PRODUCE Buy In Bulk - Save Up To «12.00 Per Ton AIGONA

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