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8-Aloona (la.) Upper Dtt Mointi fhurMkiy, March 17, 11 MRS. RUSS WALLER left by plane from Mason City, Tuesday afternoon, for Cleveland, Ohio, to visit a new grandson, Thomas Christopher Zeuder, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Zender, born March 9. Mrs. Zender is the former Pam Waller. JIM PETERSON of the Algona DEC A chapter at Algona high, won first place in a state contest in Des Moines, in the radio script presentation division. UNITED Presbyterian Women circles are to meet today. Hostesses for Circle A are Mrs. Hilda Wegener and Mrs. Chris Hemmen with Mrs. Wesley Schultz in charge of the program; Circle B, hostesses are Mrs. Wm. Funk and Mrs. D. Klein, with Mrs. Claris Kresensky in charge of the program; Circle C, hostesses are Mrs. Netha Mathes and Mrs. Neva Merrifield with Mrs. Wm. Finn in charge of the program; Circle D, hostesses are Mrs. D. Meyer and Mrs. P. Dettman with Mrs. Al Agena in charge of the program. MRS. FLOYD TURNER was visited last week by her daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Apple and Robert, Mrs. Ruby Walton, Des Moines, and Mrs. Pauline DeKruif and her husband, Cornelius, Sheldon. MR. AND MRS. Herbert Panko, Tyler, Minn., spent the weekend here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby, to assist at the open bouse held Sunday at the new Good Samaritan Home. Other members of the family present were the son, John Nasby, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Nyborg, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Nyborg, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nyborg, parents and brothers and sisters-in-law of Mrs. Nasby, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Nasby, brother and sister-in-law of Ollie Nasby, all of Jackson, Minn. MRS. GLADYS TAYLOR is expected soon from Story City for a visit of a few days with her son, Ronald and wife. MR. AND MRS. James Will and family spent Sunday at Sibley with the former'B;parents,,.jttr. and Mrs. Walter WUi. 'For many years Mr,, Will was projectionist at the theatre here. REV. AND MRS. H.S. Hammer of Gilmore City called on Evelyn Cady Sunday at Good Samaritan Home. MR. AND MRS. Paul Seeley left this week for a vacation of a few weeks at Pompano Beach, Boca Raton and other Florida points and will go from there to Camp Hood, Tex., where they will attend special ceremonies. Staff Sgt. Neil Hintz, brother of Mrs. Seeley who has been in service several years, is retiring. GAYLE Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Phillips, spent from Saturday to Thursday visiting at Wichita, Kansas. during her break from Grinnell College. Mrs, Phillips and Mrs. Vivian H»gen drove to Des Moines today to meet Gayle and all at- tened the basketball game. Gayle will be with her parents until March 27. MRS. INEZ WOLFE is at Savensberg, Kans, visiting her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. MR. AND MRS. Walter Zentner and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Strayer spent last Sunday at Delevan, Minn, with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Keefe. MRS, J. D. BURNS went to Des Moines Wednesday to bring home Mr. Burns who has been in the Veterans hospital the past month receiving treatments. TIM DAILEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Dailey, and his friend, Kathy Kimak, Christan, N. J., are here for 16 days. It is their quarter break from Grinnell College. MRS. KATE WEGENER was visited over the weekend by her granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, Knoxville. MR. AND MRS. Merle Webster had as guests Saturday the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. Rae, Mason City. MR. AND MRS. Merle Webster went to Estherville Sunday to attend the birthday observance for an aunt, Mrs. Maude Brown, 80, at the home of the honoree's daughter, Mrs. Jack Hanson. I Thursday, March 17, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper t>e* Mdrftee-» MRS. MARIEKUNZi8*pendlnt a few days at Rochester, Him* with her cousin, Esther Bdrki. The A.H.S. Squad As The Season Started Tension On The Bench At Spencer 1 It's The Shower for Howie If all victories during the basketball season were as sweet as Algona's win over Mason City, 73-67, at Spencer Monday night, giving the Bulldogs a spot in the State Tournament, Coach Howie sUphenson probably wouldn't mind at all if his boys tossed him in the shower. The coach, whose club rans its season mark to 21-2 with the win, is shown above, drenched but happy, as he came out of the shower after his dunking, players behind him are Dan Merryman, and Brocke Laws, while John Claude, local fan, Is shown at the near left. Monday's win sent the Bulldogs against the Ames Little Cyclones in the first round of the State meet at Des Moines today (Thursday) at 1:30 p. m. (UDM Polaroid Flashfoto) MMMMVMVMM 21 Wins - 2 Losses Season's Record Algona Hi 73 - Emmetsburg Hi 57 Algona Hi 53 - Swea City Hi 43 Algona Hi 64 — Eagle Grove 65 Algona Hi 61 - Humboldt Hi 41 Algona Hi 64 - Webster City 56 Algona Hi 69 - Clear Lake 58 Algona Hi 56 - Clarion Hi 48 Algona Hi 80 - Iowa Falls 51 Algona Hi 69 - Spencer (Clinic) 51 Algona Hi 64 — Eagle Grove 54 Algona Hi 68 — Humboldt 62 Algona Hi 63 - Webster City 48 Algona Hi 69 — Hampton Hi 65 Algona Hi 52 - Estherville 43 Algona Hi 53 — Clear Lake 68 Algona Hi 97 - Clarion 68 Algona Hi 86 — Iowa Falls 68 Algona Hi 60 — Hampton Hi 48 DISTRICT — Garrigan Hi 48 - Swea City Hi 62 — Buffalo Center 46 SUB-STATE — Ida Grove 49 - Mason City Hi 67 Algona Hi 50 Algona Hi 73 Algona Hi 69 Algona Hi 76 Algona Hi 73 WE JOIH IH WISHIHG YOU STATE TOURMAIHENT SUCCESS-GOOD LUCK! Culligan Soft W«ttr Sundet Insurance Agency Larry's Recreation Schultz Bret. Klein'i Farm Supply Algona Upper Des Moines Read's Furniture Algona Theatre Algona Greenhouse Algona Implomtnt Algona Insurance Agency Benson Weldlnr Blue ft White One-Stop Algona Machine Shop Federal Land Bank Ats'n. Robinson Construction Co. Mor-Gro, Inc. Kajewski Champlin Service Al Sage TV Service Chuck Behr Standard Service Herbst Real Estate Algona Flour & Feed Co. Hood's Super Valu Joe Bradley Equipment Taylor Motor Co. Algona Grain & Feed Ernie Williams Paw's Oldsmobile & Rambler Montgomery Ward & Co. Sherwin Williams Co. Laing Plumbing & Heating Jack's OK Tire Service Lindsay Soft Water Crawford Insurance Co. Western Buyers Suiter's Davis Paint Store Poundstone Studio Diamond's Faker Construction Co. flbert Chevrolet - Whittemore Christensen's Algona Barber Shop Druggists Mutual Insurance Co. North Iowa Appliance Center Midwest Printing ft lithography Gene Hood Insurance Co. Buchanan Abstract Co. The Hub Clothiers Ricklefs-Geelan Insurance Agency iittr Dry Cleaners Consolidated Co-op Creameries lender's Clothing Farmers Stale Bonk - Whittemore Perkins ft Mullln Ins. Agency - Whittemore CoatMe-Coast Bohannen Insurance Universal Manufacturing Co. Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. Buscher Bros. Iowa State Bank Pioneer Hi-Bred Seed Corn Co, Algona Meat Market Modern Dry Cleaners Hopkins Skelly Service Harrisons Cook's Welders Supply Inc. Iowa Abstract ft Title Co. Bomgaar's Ben Franklin j. c. Penney Co, Foster Furniture Greenberg Auto Supply Finn Bakery Kossuth Motor Co. Fox Barber Shop Cowan Corporation Van's Cafe Percival Motors Shillington Barber Shop Hank's Dairy Creme Johnson House Snvke Shop ilk Cleaners Charlies Supper Club Tom's TV Thuente Pharmacy Gambles Store Sjogren's Grocery Rusk Drug ft Jewelry Bjustrom Furniture Frederick Hardware Honsbruch Rexall Drug Wiltgen's Post Moving ft Storage Hutzell's Office Supply Kirk's Shot Store Sharp's Jewelry Shifts Brownbilt Shoe Store Urt Electric Tall Paul's Cargill, Inc. Colonial Motel Johnson's Maid-Rite Ken's Auto Service Ludwig's Cafe Mode-O-Day Shoppe Seeley Realty Co. Viking Oil Co. Wagner's D-X Fareway Store Hutiell Citgo Thermogas MR. AND MRS. Leo rot «*fi visited over Hie weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wyatt, Cheater* MR. AND MRS. AndrewHftfiMQ spent Saturday at Spencer with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tlppln and Bret. MR. AND MRS. Larry Strayer, Ft. Dodge, are parents of a son born March 3. He weighted Bibs., and has been named Todd Allen. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strayer and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl of Lotts creek. MR. AND MRS. Ralph Parson* have received word of the death of Mrs. Susie Adams Kelly, 76, at Tulsa, okla. Saturday. Death was due to a heart attack. Her husband, Morris Kelley, died several years ago as well u her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Adams. She Is survived by a son Howard and daughter Lois, Mrs. Vollle North of Tulsa, a sister, Mrs. Laura Kelley, Benton, and a brother, Harley Adams. MRS. O. B. LAING is home from Iowa City where she had some oral work done and is re- recovering nicely, MRS. ROSE SMITH, who moved to Paullina a few months ago, is visiting friends here. She Is house guest of Mrs. Esther Barton. MRS. IDA WTTTKOPF has had word from her daughter, Mrs. Fred Kossick, Marshalltown, that she suffered a broken wrist when hastening to catch a bus. MR. AND MRS. August Schmidt went to Estherville Monday to attend funeral services for thfr former's uncle, Fred Swan, 71, who died at Veterans hospital at Rochester, Minn, following a stroke. He had been In poor health for some time. Military rites were held as he was a veteran of World War I. He Is survived by his wife and several grown children. ANN KELLERSHON had as dinner guests Sunday Irene Kern and Mrs. Albert Weishaar. MR. AND MRS. Ralph Stalzer were visited one day las* week by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stalzer, Renwick. AFTER A YEAR of living at Santa Ana, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus have returned to Iowa and have purchased the former Mrs. Elsie Reed home at 517 South Thorington street. MRS. MAMIE DACKEN, formerly of Lone Rock but well- known here, Is now living In an apartment at Wlnona, Minn, where her son Rev. Russell Dacken is located. At present, she is in Chicago where her son, Rev. Lester Dacken lives and is making a rather extended visit. MRS. VIOLET WALKER was visited Sunday by her sons Ray and Merlin and wives. Her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom, have started from Florida for home after being gone since Jan. 1. They were at various 'places in Florida. MR. AND MRS. Michael Clnk have named their new baby Lisa Ann, who is their first-born. She arrived at St. AT', hospital Tuesday. MR. AND MRS. Douglas Jergenson have named their new baby Jennifer Lynn. Their first born, she Is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jergenson, She was born at St. Ann hospital Thursday. THE ALGONA Shrine Club held a banquet at the Country Club last Wednesday evening, Guests were members of the Masonic Lodge who are eligible to join the Shrine, Presenting the program were toe Titrations, group of "musicians from Algona High School. Les Kenyon Is president of the Shrine and Armin scbults is program chairman, MR, AND MRS. Brady Rovn spent the weekend in Minneapolis where they visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs, Randall Shierk, and Mrs, Jesephine Thompson, mother of Mrs, Rovn. DELPHIAN SQGBSTY me* Tuesday at the home 9! Mrs, George w, Seftit, with Mrs, Duane pew} presenting Hi program.