The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1966
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Titonka, Boone Valley Win Titles In Burt Invitational Track Meet AHS Play April 23 Boone Valley copped the boys' crown and Titonka swept to the girls' title in the Burt Invitational Track Meet Thursday and Friday, Ten girls' teams and 11 boys' teams competed. GlRLS*CTANDINGS Titonka Rolfe Sentral Lincoln-Central Corwith-Wesley Burt Lakota Kanawha Woden-C. Lake Boone Valley 721/2 60 52 46 22 201/2 17 81/2 8 71/2 BOYS' STANDINGS Boone Valley Sentral Titonka Thompson Woden-C. Lake Burt Lincoln-Central Ringsted Rake Cylinder Lakota 591/2 521/2 481/2 30 27 19 181/2 14 131/2 101/2 4 Girls' first place winners: Shot put -Boelkes, Titonka, 32' 1/2"; discus -Tietz, Sentral, 89' 1/2"; broad jump - DeWall, Rolfe, 15' 1"; softball throw Steffan, Woden-C. Lake, 177'; 440- Boyd, Lakota, 1:11.7; 880- Akkerman, Titonka, 2.58.8; 880- medley relay - Rolfe, 2.00.6; 440 medley relay - Rolfe, :55.7 880 relay - Titonka, 1:56.4; 220 - Beckord, Rolfe, :27.8; 60- Dewall, Rolfe; :7.4; 100 - Beckord, Rolfe, :11.9; 320 meter shuttle relay - Sentral, :45; 320 meter shuttle hurdle relay Lincoln - Central, :57.2; 440 relay - Titonka. :55.6; 80 meter hurdles - Kllngbeil, Lincoln Central, :13.5; high jump-Sloan, Corwith-Wesley, 4' 4". Boys' first place winners: Broad jump - Shaw, Sentral, 18' 3"; high jump - DeSart, Sentral, 5' 8"; pole vault Redemske, Burt, 9'6"; discus Isebrand, Woden-Crystal Lake, 118' 5 1/4"; Shot put - Dobbs, Boone Valley, 42' 81/4"; 120 high hurdles - DeSart, Sentral, :16.9 ; 100 - Carlson, Boone Valley, :10.9; mile run - Jaren, Titonka, 5:01.2; 880 relay Boone Valley, 1:40.1. . 2 mile relay - Woden-C .'Lake,™:; 9:03.5; 440 - Trunkhill,- Titonka,-^ :54.9; 180 low hurdles - Geitzenauer, Sentral, :23;880-Olson, Woden-Crystal Lake, 2:14.9; medle; relay-Thompson, 4:04.3; 440 relay- Boone Valley, :47.8; 220 Luedtke, Sentral, :28.8;mile relay - Titonka, 3:48.5. Lone record broken in the boys' division was in the 880 by Olson of Woden - Crystal Lake. The old mark was 2:15.8. Attendance was good at all sessions. OMVI Charged After Mishap Here Thursday Everett Crasser, about 50, West Bend, was transferred to University hospitals at Iowa City at 1 p. m. Friday with rfacial Injuries sustained in a one-car accident Thursday evening at 9:25 p. m. He was admitted to St. Ann hospital here i after his car went into a ditch 1/2 mile west of Algona and hit the farm driveway at the Van Buren farm on McGregor road. His car was completely smashed, and Mr. Grosser suffered fractured cheekbones. According to his physician, he was in fair condition when transferred. According to Gordon Winkel, county attorney, charges have been filed of OMVL Investigating officers were Tom Cogdall, highway patrol, Sheriff Llndhorstand the Algona police department. 102 Listed On Honor Banquet For April 26 A total of 102 honor students, 51 each from Algona high and Garrigan, will be feted at the annual Honors Banquet next Tuesday, April 26, at 7 p. m, in the Garrigan gym. The Jay- Cees, Kiwanis, Rotary and Lions clubs and Kossuth Bar Association will sponsor the event. Purpose of Pie dinner is to recognize outstanding scholastic achievement of students at both high schools, with the upper 10 percent of students in each class eligible. John Whitesell, Iowa Falls attorney, will be featured speaker and Don Hemmingsen will serve as emcee. W. B, MacDonald, local attorney, will present the invocation. Students slated to attend include : AHS - Seniors: Gregg Buchanan, Jo Ann Cox, Dave Martin, Barb Medln, Sharon Menneke, Dan Merryman, Sue Moulton, Martha Pendergast, Darlene Stevenson, Mike Stillman, Sharon Sundet and Phil Taylor. Juniors: Darla Carr, Chris Conn, Connie Darbyshire, Dennis George, David Gerber, Dana Hartman, Barb Knudsen, Roger Menneke, Merlyn Metzger, Kathy Morz, Marilyn Paetz, Carol Sloniker and Clint Young. Sophomores: Steven Anderson, Virginia Deal, Wendy Gardner, Tom Jones, Jim Jorgenson, Bev Knudsen, Debbie Laws, Linda Martin, Phyllis Moulton, Greg Perkins, Randal Riedinger, Linda Ross and Gregg Powell. Freshmen: Linda Allen, Kathy Buchanan, Evelyn Haack, Pat Hopkins, Debra Huber, Miriam Kautsch, Max Laird, Debbie Logan, Kathy McBride, Rosemary Pendergast, David Riley, Linda Schlapia and Judy Sigsbee. GHS - Freshmen: Mary Becker, Shirley Becker, Timothy- Boekelman, Rebecca Bormann>^;;; La'ifonne Dorweiler, Darrell Lentsch, Margaret Lickteig, Anne Loebach, Betty McGuire, Mary Kay Miller, Mark Muehe, Ruth Neppl, Norman Schneider, Pamela Simons and Judy Venteicher. Sophomores: Diane Arndorfer, Ronald Besch, Bonita Dahlhauser, Mary Ann Eischen, Sandra Elbert, Kenneth Fuchsen, Ronald Gilbride, Howard Kayser, Timothy Molacek, Linda Nitchals and Patricia Scherer. Juniors: Rebecca Black, Kathleen Boudewyns, Kathleen Crawford, Dwlght Gilbride, Frances Goecke, Jean Kayser, JoanKohl- haas, Lynette Lappe, Patricia McGuire, Janette Miller, Susan Nelson, Kathleen Plathe, Mary Beth Sterba and Janet Zittritsch. Seniors: Carol Besch, Kathryn Besch, Mary Bray, Linda Buscher, Patricia Cink, Michelle Erpelding, Shirley Helmer, Marilyn Kellner, Maureen Lentsch, Janet McGuire and Stephen Schuller. Deer Killed Judy L. Davidson, 17, Swea City, escaped injury when the car she was driving struck and killed a doe deer 2 3/4 miles north of Algona on highway 169 at 8 p. m, Tuesday. The deer came out of the west ditch and Miss Davidson was unable to avoid hitting the animal, which gave birth to a fawn when struck by the auto. The fawn was also dead. Damage to the auto was estimated at $150 by Deputy Sheriff Don Wood who investigated. Touch Of Winter As Temperature Dips To 26 A touch of winter returned to this area Wednesday as the mercury dipped to a low of 26 degrees - and lows Thursday morning were expected to be around 18 degrees this morning (Thursday). While it seemed much wetter, total rainfall during the past week amounted to only .31 of an inch • but the clouds and spitting rain misled everyone. High for the period was 68 degrees Saturday, and of course, the low was the 26 registered Wednesday. Mere are the week's markst H L R April 14 61 35 April 15 61 36 ,09 April 16 68 36 April 17 57 42 .02 April 18 46 36 .02 April 19 50 36 Tr. April 20 - 26 .18 Deanery Will Hold Meeting At West Bend Northeast Deanery of Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women will hold their Open Spring Deanery Meeting at Sts. Peter and Paul's parish hall, West Bend, April 28. Board meeting at 10 a.m., luncheon, which is open to all women, will be served at 11:45 a. m. Reservations for this luncheon must be made with Mrs. Joe Fogarty, West Bend, by Monday April 25. The afternoon session will begin with registration at 1, followed by the meeting at 1:30 and social hour at 3:30. Featured speaker will be J. Deamond Crotty, Pocahontas attorney, Naval officer in World War H, former Special Agent of the FBI, retired for physical disability. "Mother Of Year" A former Algona resident, .Mrs., JBoy C. Berrie of Du- "buque, received the Iowa Mother of the- Year award at Dubuque last Saturday from Lt. Gov. Robert D. Fulton. She is the former Betty Barry of Algona, daughter of Mrs. Mary Barry. thurldoy, April 21, 1966 Algona (to.) Upptr D«> Grand Opening The grand opening of Joe's Texaco Service, located on south Phillips in Algona, is slated for this Friday and Saturday. Joe Dorweiler is the ne* man* ager at the station. Fear of change is a braki on progress. SPORTARAMA WINNER OF 1 WEEK FREE RENTAL OF THE EXCLUSIVE WAf>ACHEl CAMPER Joe Straub, Algona Stop in and see the complete line of America's favorite campers at BEHR'S STANDARD SERVICE 295-3372 AIGONA "Dog Days'' Are Slated Here Mayor Bill Finn announced this week that April 23-30 will be "dog days" here and all dogs are ordered confined or on leash during that period. The confinement will run from midnight to midnight on the two dates. During that week, policemen will pickup strays and homeless dogs. The tie - up period follows the annual Pet Parade here April 23, and dog and bicycle licenses will be available that day. Deadline for county dog licenses is April 30. C. D. of A. Banquet The annual Mother-Daughter banquet of the Algona C. D. of A. will be held May 3 at the K. C. hall here, starting with a 6:30 dinner and program to follow. Reservations must be in by April 27, and should be made with Lorena Frideres or Beatrice Miller. Licenses To Wed Five wedding licenses were issued at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson this week They went to the following: April 15 - Louis Lappe, Jr. and Mary M. Schiltz;..April 46.. -.,,Robert,. B. Dickinson and Julie A. Vipond;" Dean L. Anderson and Shirley A, Kissner; William Sengbusch and Elfrieda Kilian; and Robert L. Azbell and Bessie W. Johnson. WANTED CAR HOSTESSES Also - Inside Help Needed PHONE 295-7072 Cappy's A & W Drive - In (31-32) WE RENT FORMAL PROM ATTIRE Shawl collar dinner coat, dark trousers complete set. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW Phil Taylor, Cheryl Rusk, Kitty Hardgrove and Sally Bay are shown studying their lines for the Algona high school spring play, "Kind Lady." They are members of the cast of this tense drama which will be presented April 23, at 7:30 p. m. In the high school auditorium. Tickets went on sale at the principal's office Thursday morning or you may purchase tickets at the box office FOR RENT GARDEN TILLERS BY DAY OR HOUR ALSO • LAWN ROLLERS • LAWN SEEDERS • POWER LAWN SWEEPERS • FLOOR SANDERS COAST TO COAST STORES L td Wolf, Owner Algeria NO. 1 BUY 1966 CHEVROLET IMPALA 4-Door Sedan, Marina Blue with Black Interior, 195 H.P. V-8 Engine, Powerglide Transmission, Tinted Windshield and Wheel Covers. NOW - THROUGH APRIL 23 - ONLY '2,650 THIS ONE LISTS AT $3,069.01 Impala It-Door Sedan OR, HOW ABOUT THIS DEAL ON A PICKUP? 1966 CHEVROLET PICKUP, % TON HOW- 8 Ft. Pleetside Box, 2-Tone, White and Saddle, 283 Cu. In. V-8 Engine, 4-Speed Trans., Heavy Duty Springs, Overload Springs, Chrome Front Bumper, Side Molding, Gauges, Heater, Radio, Custom Cab, Custom Convenience Group, West Coast Mirrors. THROUGH APRIL 23 - ONLY '2,425 NORMALLY LISTS FOR $2,916.60 THESE NEW AUTOS AND TRUCKS NOW IN STOCK I 2 - Caprice 4-dr, Hardtopi Z - Caprice Sport Coupei 1 - Caprice 9-passen&er Wagon 5 - Impala 4-doors 2 - Impala Sport Coupes 1 - Impala 4-dr. Hardtop 4 - Bel Air 4- door* Z - Chevelle Malibu Wagon* CHEVROLET DIVIDEND 1 - Chevelle Malibu Sport Coupe I - Chevelle Malibu 4-door 1 - Chevy U 4-door 1 - Chevy n Wagon 1 - Corvalr Monza Sport Coupe 1 - 3/4 Ton Pickup 1 - Chevy Van 1 - Step-Van 7 VARIETY OF ENGINES, TRANSMISSIONS AND COLORS. WE SPECIALIZE IN HIGH TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE - WE NEED USED CARS, NOW THIS IS A ONCE IN A COON'S AGE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY FULL-SIZE EQUIPMENT AT THESE PRICES - NO STRINGS ATTACHED-HURRY, THE DEAL ENDS THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 23 ! KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY ALGONA, IOWA PHONI 39545ft*

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