The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1966 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 29, 1966
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Investment Group Meets 1 C SALE! Pictured investigating the fundamentals of the investment business are members of the Algona Community School Adult investment class. From left to right are Homer Matthiesen, Mrs. Louis McEnroe, Ben Kahler (not in view), Merle Voigt, Louis McEnroe, Stanley Sorensen, Richard Chipman, Mrs. Jim Logan, Mrs. Al Erpelding, Mrs. Stanley Sorensen, Ray Gilbert, Mrs. Jim Kolp (not in view), Bill Koppen, Jim Kolp, Chester Schoby, Mrs. Helen Lukes, Don nig and Mrs. Chester Schoby. Members of the class not pictured are Al Sage, Charles Kline and R. H. Peter. John Love is the instructor. Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 29, 1966 7S CHATTER County Basket Tourney, 4-H, Hears Climax The Kossuth County 1966 4-H basketball tourney is nearingit's climax. Last week's semi-finals at Algona saw the Whittemore juniors down a fighting LuVerne Eager Beavers team by the score of 43 to 32. The determined Lu- Verne boys had to fight an uphill battle from the start as the taller Whittemore crew built up an 18-0 first quarter lead. Good sportsmanship prevailed as substitutes were put into the game often by the coaches. Joe Elbert pumped in 16 for the winner sand Larry Curry drilled a fantastic 29 points in the losing cause. Whittemore seniors did not have it quite as good as they came out on the losing end of a 48-47 decision. The fighting LuVerne Eager Beavers senior team led all the way in the close hard-fought contest, but were never ahead by more than eight points. A last second basket by Whittemore brought the game to it's heart-stopping climax. Kevin O'Brien had 17 points for the losers. Roger Hansen and young, but deadly Dennis Barber, both had 15 in a balanced attack for the winners. The north semi-finals scheduled for Bancroft did not fare as well for old man weather tended to dampen (to put it mildly) the spirits of all contestants. The junior game did get finished as the Fenton Progressors edged the Grant Hustlers in a close game 22-19. The senior game was to be rescheduled. The final championship results will be in next week's paper. Teeter Named, IDPA Second All-State Team Algona's Dale Teeter gained further recognition Friday when he was named to the second All- State team of the Iowa Daily Press Association. Teammate Craig Espe, the only other Bulldog honored, gained a spot on the honorable mention list. Both Get With The "Spring" Of Things ... Shop In Algona And Save ! MMMMMVMMMMMMfMMW! 100 m.g. "PIGDEX" PIG IRON for the prevention of pig anemia Purchase lOOcc of "Pigdex" at our regular low price of $6.99 . . . and receive 20cc for just . . . Ic ^^^^^^M^M^M^^ 1009 N. Main ALGONA were instrumental in the Bulldogs' fine 21-3 season, which saw the locals gain the State Tournament for the second time in three years. Clear Lake's Don Anderson, best of the loop champion Lions, was placed on the first team. Others from this area feted, all on the honorable mention list, were Dick Muller, Garrigan; Mike Hazelhoff and Tom Elliott, Swea City; Allan Lindell and John Luscombe, Armstrong; Pete Wessels and Doug Black; Buffalo Center; Mike Kalkbrenner, Clarion; Tom Notestine, Eagle Grove; Mike Williams, Webster City; and Jim Klein, Iowa Falls. Bob Martin Is Numeral Winner, S.C.I. Wrestling CEDAR FALLS - Twenty seven State College of Iowa athletes have been awarded major varsity letters for their participation in basketball and wrestling it was announced today by Dr. James Witham, athletic director, following confirmation by the SCI Faculty Athletic Board. In addition, 21 freshman numeral winners were announced. Among the winners of awards was Robert Martin of Algona, who was awarded a frosh numeral in wrestling. Gets Letter Skip Perkins of Whittemore, freshman at Luther College, Decorah, and 1965 graduate oi Algona high school, was awarded a varsity swimming letter there this week, A total of 15 lettermen were honored, members of the first swimming team at Luther in the 104-year history of the school. PADDLE FISH Three of Paullina's fishing enthusiasts caught their limit of paddle fish (spoonbill catfish) recently at Gavins Point dam, Yankton, s. Dak., and the daddy of them all was one weigh-, ing 60 Ibs. and-62 inches long caught by Don Cooper! ADDING MACHINES ft TYPEWRITERS At The Upper Molnes. ''''' |HI " HHMIHH n '' nnn "* nn " inn "''"'' |MI ''''' nH ' H " nnn "'• SEED POTATOES HAVE ARRIVED!! 10 tons in all Choose from Certified- Kennebecs Pontiacs Early Ohios Irish Cobblers EATING KENNEBECS 100 Us. SUMMER HOURS ! Open 6:30 a.m. Daily Open 9 a.m. Sundays Free Delivery For Your Convenience ! EAST END GROCERY PHONE 5-3762 HIM HII MM! ALOONA 11 in 111111111111111 MI 111 ij m u 11n i UK

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