The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1966 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 22, 1966
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Action Shots From State Meet .••'<fo*s p!&j, ; ; ; ' '''I .'- \' Ron Watson of Ames looks for a teammate to Guarding Watson is Dave Walker (34) of Alpass to after getting a rebound in the Algona- 'S° na » wnUe two more Bulldogs, Craig Espe (30X Ames game at Des Moines Thursday in the State at tne left » and Dan Merryman, right, hustle to Tournament. Ames won the game, 65-53. cover °t ner Littte Cyclones. Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 22, 1966 Republicans Select New Area Leaders Chester Schoby, Algona, was elected Kossuth County Republican chairman last Wednesday night at a meeting of the Republican Central Committee. About 50 persons attended the chili supper held by the committee at the First Methodist church. Oliver S. Carlson, chairman for the last 10 years, retired to become one of three finance chairmen of the Sixth District. Vice chairman from North Kossuth County is Mrs, W. D. (Ruth) Ley, Lakota. South Kossuth vice chairman is Mrs. A. F. (Eldora) Agena, Algona. Mrs. L. R, Riter, former vice chairman for the county, retired She has been made state membership chairman, Three Wesley Break-Ins; Man Is Charged According to Ralph Lindborst, Kossuth county sheriff, three break-ins occured at Wesley early Thursday morning, March 17, At Johnnie's Market, entrance was gained by breaking the glass in the front door, and the thieves then unlocked the door. Stolen items included a pork roast, pork chops, hamburger and $1.75 in change. At the Wesley Standard station, the glass was broken in the front door, and the thieves reached through and opened the door. About $5 in change was taken. At the K & H Gas station, entrance was gained by breaking a window in the east door. $22.94 was taken from the office. Apprehended the same morning was Larry Gene De Kruif, about 22, who admitted the break-ins and some others in Hancock county in the past several months. He was arrested at Britt by Sheriff L. M. Bower. The subject will be prosecuted in Hancock county. He was formerly arrested in Kossuth county in May, 1963, on a charge of OMVI and was fined $300 and costs Services Today At Lone Rock For Mrs. Neilsen Funeral services for Mrs. Dettman Nielsen, 62, the former Lucy Behrends of Lone Rock, will be held this afternoon (Tuesday) at 2 p.m. at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Mrs, Nielsen succumbed last Friday night at a willmar, Minn, hospital. Rev. Albert C. Bullock will officiate, and burial will be in Eastlawn cemetery in Algona. Survivors include the husband, a son Leroy of Sundberg, Minn,, seven brothers, Ornie Behrends of Lone Rock, Sebert of Emmetsburg, Vincent of Topeka, Kan., Lave me of Kansas City, Roy of Mason City, Joe of Sundberg, Minn,, and Byron of Thompson, Iowa, There are also three sisters surviving. Rites Held For Mrs. Davidson At Titonka TITONKA - Mrs. Gordon (Hallie) Davidson, 47, died Saturday at the Britt hospital following a lingering illness. Funeral services were held today (Tuesday) at 10:30 a.m. in the Doan Methodist church, with Rev. Paul Hansen officiating. Burial followed at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens, Algona, with Blake Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers were Merlin Hoover, Louis Hansen, and Ho Buffington, Boleneus and Robert pallbearers Ellefson and Roger Robert Degen. were Dever Honorary Thomas Miner. Born at Mt. Erie, m., Dec. 31, 1918, Hallie Asa was a daughter of James P. and Lula Doty Asa, She married Gordon Davidson at Nashua Feb. 14, 1948 and they have lived in the Doan area for the past 14 years, Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Luann; four sisters, Mrs. Lee Dickerson, Moweaqua, 111., Mrs. Fay Jenkins, Racine, Wise,, Mrs. Oscar Knoblick, Oshkosh, Wis,, and Mrs. Harvey Bennting, Albion, HI; and six brothers, Fred and Brian, Algona, Frank, Rutland, John, Dexter, Mo,, James, San Jose, cal,, and Charles, Springfield, Ore. She was preceded in death by her parents, a sister and a brother, Is Hospitalized BURT - Walter steward, Burt town marshal, is a patient at the Dale Teeter, who led Algona with 29 points in the Bulldogs' unsuccessful outing against Ames in the first game of the State Tournament at Des Moines Thursday, is shown here pumping in a 2 pointer during the first half of action. The Little Cyclones downed the locals, 65-53, then went on to a fourth place finish in the meet. Ames defenders in the photo are Ron Watson (55) and Tim McKinley (25), who can't stop Teeter's shot. Dale was named to the tourney's second all-tournament team. Dave Walker (34) of Algona's Bulldogs goes for a rebound against Bliss (45) of Ames while Craig Espe (30) of Algona races to the scene in the background during the Algona-Ames clash in the opening game of the State Basketball Tournament at Des Moines Thursday afternoon. The Uttte Cyclones, who wound up fourth in the meet, downed the locals, 65-53 despite a spirited fourth quarter rally. Veteran's hospital, Des Moines, where he is undergoing medical tests and receiving medical care, "- J „-...., ...J_. .,- .._J_.._ J.. tv IT..PRINTING THAT PULL**** *m totfe* to yow fitttjr priced. Upper Pet PETUNIAS Mrs. Ed Gerber, New Hampton, grew an especially large, beautiful petunia plant this winter which is blooming even during Iowa's cold winter,

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