The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1966 · Page 4
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4-Atgona (la.) Upper DM MetMtt Tfitrafay, febroary tO, 1966 Bears, Bulldogs Place Record On Line Again Martin, Fiti Win Titles As AHS Third In Sectional Algona and Gfttrlgan high schools, slated to collide head- on in the first round of District Tournament action here Feb. 28 at ?;30 p. m., will be out to Improve their*id ready-great season records in games this weekend. The Bulldogs, 68-53 losers £\t Clear Lake last Friday night, will put their 13-2 record on the line wten the Clarion Cowboys come to town Friday evening for a North Central Conference fray; and Garrlpan, 85-78 loser at Carroll Kuemper in a rough contest Saturday night, will be out to improve its 12-3 mark at Emmetsburg Catholic Friday night and here against Estherville's Midgets the following evening. HOPE TO RE PEAT Algona, wtiicn had won 11 straight until Friday's loss, downed Clarion there, S&-48, Jan. 4, while Garrlgan blasted Catholic here 87-59, Nor. 27. Esthenllle and the Bears have not met previously this season, but the Bulldogs downed the Mid- gels, 52-43, here Jan. 29. The Bears had an 8-game victory skein earlier in the season that was chopped by St. Edmond during the CYO Tournament. At the present, the two local clubs possess the finest combined record ever chalked up since Garrigan opened its doors several years ago, with a 25-5 mark - and that's winning games at a .833 clip. Garrigan has four games remaining and the Bulldogs have three left on their regular schedules. TOP SCORERS Each club has three men hitting points at better than 11 per game. The Garrigan brigade is led by Dick MuUer, 282 points, 18.8 average; Bill Reding, 195, 13; and Don Potthott, 184, 12.3. Dale Teeter, who sets a new 3-year scoring mark with each point he gets, heads the Bulldog bombers with 347 points and a 23.1 average, followed by Dan Merryman, 155, 11.1; and Craig Espe, 165, 11. Teeter now has 946 career points and Potthoff 541. Both are seniors. Muller, a Junior, now has 504 points, and he will undoubtedly set a 4-year mark at Garrigan before graduation. HIGH AVERAGE In 15 games, the Bears have pumped in 397 field goals and 229 of 377 free throws for a total of 1022 points, an average oi 68.1 per game; while the opposition has canned 322 fielders, 242 of 391 free throws for 904 points and a 60.3 average. The Bears have committed 3S8 fouls, compared to 304 by opponents. Other Bears who have scored well at times are Bob Smith, 107 points, 7.1 average; Brian LaBarre, 92, 6.1; and Dick Bleich, 86, 5.7. FINE DEFENSE The Bulldogs have hit 337 field goals and 284 of S82 free tosses for 958 points, an average of 63.8 per game, while giving up 299 field goals and 210 of 339 free throws, 810 points, 54-point average, to opponents. Algona has committed 247 fouls and the opponents have been charged with 262. Other top scorers for the Bulldogs are Dave Walker, 1 39 points, 9.2 average; and Tom Claude, 61, 7.6. Each club has gotten good help from reserves at various times during the season - an important factor in both records. Twin Rivers Boys Second In Loop Race Twiii Rivers dropped to seo- ond in the boy's division and the girls remained in seventh in the Twin Lakes Conference standing's following action last' weekend. Pocahontas Is on top of the boys' race and Rockwell City leads the girls. R. Anderson of Twin Rivers is fourth in loop scoring, with 174 points and a 15.8 average for the boys, while S Erdnun has 271 points and & 22.6 average, good for seventh in the girls' scoring battle. *The boys are second in offense and first in defense, while the girls are seventh in offense and sixth in defense. TYPING PAPER. Office D*pl.,' Upper DM M«!MS Co., Algoo«. Algona high school's wrestling team surprised many observers AS it placed third in the Sectional Tournament at Humboldt Tuesday night. Coach Champ Martin's club wound up with two individual champions, Dave Martin, 154, and Tom FitEpatrick, heavyweight, and two second place finishers, Larry Munger, 112, and Tom Samp, 127. All four won the right to advance to the District Tournament at Urbandale (near Des Moines) Feb. 18-19, with District winners and ninners-up slated to advance to the State Meet at Waterloo the following weekend. TEAM SCORING Britt 110 Clarion 55 ALGONA 47 Hampton 38 Humboldt 34 Rockwell City 32 Alden 24 Belmond 8 Every team in the Sectional, except Belmond, advanced at least one grappler to District competition. Britt got nine through the Sectional. Martin won his championship with an easy 4-2 decision over Johnson of Britt Tuesday night. He reached the finals with a 5-4 decision over Kramer of Clarion in the afternoon. Fitzpatrick declsioned Lodden of Humboldt, 6-3, in the finals after flattening Friar of Rockwell City in 3:30 in the semi-finals. Munger lost a 2-0 overtime decision to Matern of Britt in the semi-finals Tuesday afternoon - then came back to grab second the hard way. He upended Xessler of Belmond, 3-2, in his first consolation match, then downed Dillon of Hampton, 4-1, in the consolation finals. Samp advanced to the finals with a 4-0 decision over Rledel of Belmond, then lost a 12-2 decision to Peterson of Britt. He firen came beck to down Htld- retb of Rockwell city, 4-1, In &e consolation finals. In other action Tuesday, Russ Shaw, 145, who received a bye in the first round, lost a 6-0 decision to Abens of Humboldt in the semi-finals. * o- F1VE ADVANCE In the first round action Monday night, fire Bulldogs made it to the semi-finals, four with falls and the other on a bye. Britt l«d the first round charge into the semi-finals, getting 11 men (all but one) through with wins, while Clarion had nine, Hampton and Humboldt, six each, Alden and Rockwell city, four each, and Belmond, three. The four Bulldogs who won by falls, Larry Munger, 112, Tom Samp, 127, Dave Martin, 154, and Tom FiUpatrick, heavyweight, are also the four men who posted better than average records during the dual meet season when the locals won four of 11 meets. All are seniors. Munger flipped Roske, Rockwell City, in 5:30; Samp pinned Rasmussen, Humboldt, in 1:82; Martin posted a 42 second fall over J. Pommrehn of Alden and Fltzpatrick flattened Smuck, Alden, in 1:32. Russ Shaw, 145, advanced with a bye in the first round. Results of other Algona matches Monday; 95 - WaUdns declsioned by Christensen (Alden), 4-0. 103 - Carlson dedsjoned by Peters (Hampton), 7-0. 133 - Riedlnger declsioned by Haob (Rockwell City), 4-0. 138 - Toting declsioned by Blecker (Clarion), 4-1. 165 - Miller thrown by Miller (Belmond), 2;22. 180 - Bradford declsioned by Grant (BrittX 8-2. FAB* BALK CALENDAR FEBRUARY 18, FRIDAY ROBERT MOGLER will nave a complete closing out sale at the farm located 3/4 mile East of the creamery at Whittemore, beginning with dairy cattle at 10t30 sharp. Three tractors, a complete line of machinery, milking equipment, etc. are included. Virgil and Raymond Spencer, Auctioneers, Fanners State Bank, Whittemore, Clerk. Complete details in this newspaper Tuesday, Feb. 15. Titonka Honor Roll 6 Weeks, Announced f ITONKA - Shutouts on tht Tltonkft high second &-w*eki honor roll are : Seniors, Straight A: Allan Janssen, Arlys Pannkuk, Darlene Post and Carol SmidU; Others: Dale B&rtatL Vnla Bofck&lnun, John Boekholt , Brenda Brandt, Linda Endlong, Jane Buffington, Brenda Eden, LeAnn Gingrich, Carol Haack, Marine Rnlsinga, Bonita Isebrand, Diane tebrand, James Isebrand, Iris Mlchaelwn, Phyllis sachau, Gerald ScbotJM and Vlrglna StiSker. Juniors, Straight A: Judy toe- brand, Valerie Miller; others: James Slain, Robert Carroll, Cheryl Hill, Paul Larsen, Charlane Miller, Anita Moore, Susan Roberts, Karen Rlcklefs, Sandra Scttitjer, Jo Ann Smidt and Roga Stecker. Sophomores, straigth A : Michael Schmidt. Others: Glen Barteit, Linda Biggins, Loll Janssen, Violet Jaren, Leon Pannkuk, Barbara Post and Linn Roberts. Freshmen: Darrel Beenken, Barbara Boekholt, Rifen Brandt, Cheryl CunnlnghafiS, Donayon Oitfting, Kay Hdl6ttifi»ttar<iean Heir, Gaylen Nag*l. * o- The annual FathSf and son Banquet was held M Tltonka itetbodist church on Wednesday evening , Jan. 2<J. President of Methodist men, tt< 0. Givens, gave the welcome and ftev. pam Hanwn the iflvocatiaii the main aMress was denfehm by Mr. Allan Christian, M, tit who spoke on Venezuela, where* h« has been serving for a tUtte. Special music was presented by a high school boys quartet* fcitt a girl's trio. Students singing in the groups were Greg Mlehaelgon, David Kltzinger, Ailfifi Janssen, Eldon Hike, Krlfltin ftafcow, Sberyl Heesch and Ruth Beed. Titonka Women's club met on Thursday evening tlth Mri. Laura Nicholson hoftttls. Mrs, Clarence Brandt gftr41 talk on the history of "National Monu- menU and Historical gtttS." Mrs. Eugene Meyer .Is Heart Fund chairman for BMalo twp, and volunteer helper! Are Mesdames, Wm. Amesbury, Carl Mayland, Richard bosgrove, Lawrence Beyer, Raymond Schutjer, Lester Blaia, Marrii Zwiefel, and men, Arnold Brandt and Eugene Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton Loses Diamond Ring - But Finds (t In Algona Dump f y ft are a lot of good people In Algona! That'* the opinion of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marshall, after an incident that proved most unusual and involved the loss of a dlafflohd ring and the city dump. Mrii Marshall lost her diamond ring in a garbage can at the Chrofte Cafe Monday afternoon. Her husband hauled the can to the ftlty dump before discovery of the loss was made. They contacted the caretaker, Hugo Gade, and Lewis put a stake out where he had dumped the garbage, and Hugo began searching from that point, as did the Mar snails. Thefl Brian Hike came by and joined in the search - and Tuesday morning Brian called the Cafe to tell them he had found the ring. MfS* Marshall gave him a cash reward and also two chicken dinners anytime he wants them. are parents of a son born Jan. 28 at Hancock Memorial hospital, weighing 5 Ibs., 3 oz, and named Michael John. Imtflahuel Lutheran circles are meeting this week with Ruth Circle Tuesday p. m. at the church) Mary Circle Wednesday p. m* at the Henry Gremmer Home; on Thursday p. m, Esther circle at Mike DeWaard home) Naomi circle at Ernest Hofftriaa home, Martha circle at George Boyken home, and in the evening Dorcas circle at Velida Bruns home. Tltonka Federated Woman's club met on Thursday evening at the library meeting rooms. Hostesses were Mrs. Frank Fisher and Mrs. Ted Hoover Jr. The theme, "Weigh station" was presented by Mrs. Wm. Amesbury who gave a lesson on "Nutrition and Weight", Mrs. Robert Baxter gave a short topic and Mrs. Neal Boyken presented a skit, "Before and After." The Home Declamatory Contest was held on Jan. 27, students who will be going to the State District Speech contest are: Charlotte Siebech, Jo AnnEngel- barts, Cheryl Cunningham, Ruth Beed, Brenda Brandt, Glen Bartelt, Judy Isebrand, Dorothy Sie- bech, Brenda Eden, Leon Pann- kuk, Jeanne Gingrich, Linda Higgins, Rose Stecker, Karen Brandt, Arlys Pannkuk, Keith Rode, Mike Pearson, Carol Haack and Allan Janssen. Speech director is Mrs. Edward Brandt. Ramsey Reformed church circle met this week with Esther circle on Tuesdav evening, Dorcas Circle on Wednesday p. m. and Ruth Circle on Tuesday p. m. A.H.S. Debaters To Ames Tourney Algona high school's debaters will be among 300 high school students from 59 teams in Iowa and Minnesota to participate in the third annual Iowa State University high school debate tourney, Feb. 11-12, at Ames. Algona representatives will be Cheryl Rusk, Phil Taylor, Mike Stlllman, Gregg Buchanan, Barbara Wicks, Ann Bohannon and Coach John Vint. Postpone Card Party A card party sponsored by the Lone Rock American Legion Auxiliary, previously announced for Feb. 10, has been postponed to Feb. 12, it was stated Tuesday. ADDING MACHINES & TYPE. WRITERS At The Upper Des Moines. 16 Receive Awards During Scout Week National Boy Scoot Week began Monday, Feb. 7, and runs through Feb. 13. What is Scouting? Scouting is fun, adventure, comradeship and a game with a purpose helping boys become men. It is training boys for citizenship this is the aim of Scouting, Feb. 7, Boy Scout troop 70 held open house for parents and boys interested in Scouting here, and Wednesday night, troop 70 held a court of honor for members and parents, complete with presentation of awards earned in past months. Awards went to Allen Taylor, John Pittman, Dale Jensen, Doug Allen, Mark Logan, Danny Stmeeker, Danny Beisell, Mike Moulton, Scott Voyles, Scott Buchanan, Craig Lemkee, Tom Laing, David Beisell, Duane Hunt, Mike Dailey and Eugene Hunt. Troop 70 is sponsored by the Algona Rotary Club, with Dick Beisell, Scoutmaster, and Gary Giddings, assistant. If You See A Tree Walking, Let Ut Knew! Well, we get a little of everything in a newspaper office, and Tuesday it was the task of running down a story about a tree that walked. Rumors were flying fast and furious around Algona about an incident reported to have happened Sunday night. Four teen-agers were said to have been driving on a country road near Burt when lo - there ahead of them was a tree walking. The driver made a U-turn and tore back into Burt to report the incident, the rumor said, and a couple of the teen-agers were hospitalized with shock, etc., etc. County of fleers were reported to have gone in search of the walking tree. Well, the Upper Des Moines is happy to report that there seems to be no walking tree, no teenagers are hospitalized, and someone with a darned good imagination had a field day. When driving, never stop or suddenly decrease the speed of your vehicle without signalling your Intentions for the benefit of other drivers I Double Silver Wedding Honors, Doon, Feb. 13 In celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cunningham of rural Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Asa of rural Algona, will be honored at an open house Sunday afternoon, Feb. 13, from 2 to 4:30 p. m. at the Doan Methodist church, five miles north and one mile east of Sexton. Sons and daughters of the couples are the sponsors, and they will present a short program, The Cunninghams were married Feb. 6, and the Asas Feb. 16, 25 years ago. No Invitations are being sent. Broken Hip An 83 year-old father of a Swea City man was taken by ambulance Sunday to Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge after he suffered a broken hip. Herman Mittag, Algona, father of Hugo Mittag of Swea City, suffered the fall Sunday at his home. He lives in an upstairs apartment and help was summoned by Mrs. Emma Boettcher, a neighbor. Thunday, Mmiory 10, 1M* AlgoM (la.) UppM DM MatilM-4 City Schools Talk Merger MRS. JOEL Herbst has returned from Honolulu, Hawaii where she visited since just after the holidays with her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ron White. She made the trip both ways via plane and was met in Omaha by Mr. Herbst. A family reunion of the Qulnns had been held in Los Angeles and a Southgate reunion was also held. MR. AND MRS. Henry Harms, Buffalo Center, called on the former's mother, Mrs. Rose Harms, at the John Grottes Sunday. MRS. ELSIE Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Wade Hansen were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ostwald at Whittemore. Lamb and Veal This Week! HALF GALLON PKGS. FRYER PARTS Chicken Legs Lb. 33 Chicken Breasts Lb. 39 Chicken Wings > "»•$1 Chicken Giblets * He CUT UP, PAN READY BONELESS, Center Cut HAM SLICES GLASER'S CHIPPED BEEF 3 cello pkgs. SI ALL-MEAT SLICED BIG BOLOGNA Lb. 39c CAMPBELL'S Veg. Soup 4 Cans HEINZ '*/•- FRYERS Tomato Soup A rmour's Star TOP CERVELOT Summer Sausage. Th e Best In Town — Less Fry-Away ; m 0 tfND" - I I n /*• CHUCK DOUMAK Marshmallows . . HORMEL Chili with Beans OLD FASHIONED, HOME STYLE PINK APPLESAUCE No. 300 Cans IN THE BRIGHT RED BOX FLAVORKIST SALTINES '£ »c WAGNER'S FLAV-O-RITE FROZEN •Chicken •Turkey •Beef •Tuna Meat Pies ORANGE DRINK 8 oz. pkg. SWANSON'S FROZEN CHICKEN DINNERS Each 32 oz. Bottle WELCH'S GRAPE WELCHADE FLAV-O.RITE ICE CREAM 22 oz. Plastic Bottle CRYSTAL BEET ELM TREE FROZEN WHITE BREAD DOUGH Pkg. of 3 39 C VEL Liquid Detergent SUGAR COLONIAL CHOCOLATE COVBRI CUP CAKES oii <i 13 HAPPY HOST CANNED GOODS Pork and Beans • Great Northern Beans Mexican Style Chili Beans • Red Beans Dark Red Kidney Beans • Pinto Beans Spaghetti • White Hominy 303 Size Cans The AVERAGE Food Cost Is LOWER At HOOD'S - Day After Day* We Invite You To Check Our Regular Shelf Prices and COMPARE PRICES GOOD Thursday/ Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, CREAMETTES BUTTER-NUT «FINE •REGULAR *DRIP -••t BUTTERNUT 6 oz. INSTANT COFFEE 15oz. • • can Macaroni ROBIN HOOD HEINZ STRAINED BABY FOODS 10 Jars 59 FLOUR LAY'S RED DOT POTATO CHIPS »•» Twin Pack Box VALENTINE'S DAY SPECIAL TOP QUALITY STRUTWEAR NYLONS ALL VARIETIES FLAVORITE COOKIES SAVE40c-Regular 1.39 BUFFERIN 100 Tablet Jar .„„„„ THE STORE WITH THE EVERYDAY LOW SHELF PRICES ALGONA'S &NU HOME-OWNED SUPER MARKET IN ALGONA SWEA CITY - The Grant School Board met with the Swea City School Board Monday night to discuss the possibility of the west 18^ sections of the township joining the Swea City district. The remainder of the district Is involved In a redlstrlctlng program with the Ledyard School District. The Grant School wUl be assigned to a school district April 1, if by this lime it has not made arrangements to Join another district of its own choosing. In other action, the Swea City board discussed contracts and salaries for the 1966-67 term with no action taken. Contracts will be Issued at the end of March. The possibility of adding shorthand and other subjects to tho high school curriculum for the next term was discussed. It was decided to continue the summer driver education program and a teacher has been contacted for the position. Lorl- mer BJorkland, who previously taught the class, will work on his masters degree at summer school. Typing wllr*bo offered In the summer program If a teacher is available. Shirley Kissner Of Algona To Wed April 30 v \ SHIRLEY KISSNER Mr. and Mrs. John Kissner, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Shirley Ann, to Dean L. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Anderson, Slsseton, So. Dak. An April 30th wedding is being planned at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. He is employed by Carter-Day Mfg. Co., Minneapolis where they will make their home. MRS. TWILLA Bartholomew has returned from a visit at Minneapolis with her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Crawford. MRS. MARIE Lamprlght entertained her bridge club Wednesday. MR. AND MRS. Gene Heimer were at Clarion Sunday where they were dinner guests of Mrs. Heimer's brother ana slsier-Uj- law, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Martin, Other guests were the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Martin, whose 53rd wedding anniversary was being observed. MR. AND MRS. Harry Barton and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Moore, Nancy and Gordon, went to Storm Lake Sunday to visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Barton, While there , a daughter, the first child, was born to the Ronald Bartons at Buena vista Hospital. The infant weighed seven pounds. MICHAEL, son of Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Gilbert, came Monday from Norfolk, Va. and will have a two week vacation here. After this, he will be on a six month cruise on the Medi- terannian and will then be discharged from service, He toeu plans to enter the university at Ames. MB. AND MRS, John Grotte had as guests Sunday Mr, and Mrs. Ron McVernie, City,

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