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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
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6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, April 26, 1966 Drake U. To Wind Up Spring Grid Drill With Mason City Benefit Game On May 9 DES MOINES (Special) Drake University's football team will have a unique windup to its spring practice by staging its final game in Mason City on Monday, May 9. Announcement of the game, which is to be a charity affair sponsored by the Mason City Lions Club, was made jointly today by Drake Athletic Director Jack McClelland and Hugh Roberts, Mason City Lions president. The game, a regular 60-minute contest, will be at 7:30 p. m. in Roosevelt Stadium, considered one of the finest in the state. In making the announcement, McClelland said "We are very pleased to work with the Lions Club and appreciate the opportunity to take our football squad to Mason City for a spring game. "There has been growing interest in the Drake athletic program in northern Iowa through the years and we are glad to fce able to'Tiring our "football squad to these'fans," McClelland added. Drake's varsity Includes a number of North Iowa athletes. Roberts said the proceeds of the game above expenses would go to the Lions Sight Conservation Foundation. Wallace started spring drills last week with a squad of about 50- nearly half of them lettermen. The Bulldog boss, now in his second campaign as head man after a 6-4 opening season, is optimistic about next fall's team. Back for his fourth season is Ron Rover, lust a few tosses away from being the No. 1 Drake passer of all time. Ron Traster, a freshman from Indianola, and Nebraska transfer Bert Fortuna are others slated for offensive quarterback duties. Other big offensive guns for Drake will be end Manley Sarnowsky, husky Canadian who caught 40 passes last fall for 531 yards and 5 touchdowns; fullbacks Ray Malcoun and Ron Parr, and speedy Bob Misner of Belmond and Frank Orlando. In addition to the 231ettermen, Wallace's squad has been strengthened by transfers and newcomers. Besides Fortuna, other new faces include Dale Brcka, Britt, a graduate of Mason City Junior College; Joe Kosiak and John Elifson, transfers from Nebraska; Jack Baker, former Des Moines Roosevelt lineman,, and Ron Oswalt, a speedy halfback from Centerville Junior College. North lowans figure prominently in Bulldog plans for the fall with Brcka being rated among the top newcomers. Bob Misner, a real scooter from Belmond, grabbed 8 passes for 220 yards and a touchdown and also got in on punt and kickoff returns as a rookie last fall. The leader in the important "return" department, however, was Tom Waller, the former all-stater from Algona, who has earned two football letters. This spring he has been working entirely as a defensive halfback. At Algona high he quarterbacked the 1962 conference champion team. Waller led in interceptions in the 1965 season with 3, hauled 14 punts back 73 yards and added 18 kickoff returns for a bulging 388 yards in addition to being one of the surest tacklers on the squad. SPORTS 250,000 Pike 'Fry' Into Des Moines River Here You might not believe it, but there are about 70,000 Northern Pike "fry" in the plastic bag in the above picture, being held by Bill Easier, Kossuth County Conservation officer, and they were part of a total of 250,000 pike "fry" dumped into the east fork of the Des Moines river here Monday by Bill. The fry came from the Spirit Lake state hatchery. Easier estimated that by this fall they will be about 12 inches long, and a year from this fall you can go after them. During the first period in the river here the fry feed on small bugs, 'out it doesn't take long after that for them to start really foraging for themselves. (UDM Foto) Ledyard Senior Class Play Is Friday Night LEDYARD - The Ledyard senior class play, "In Case of Murder" will be presented April 29 In the school auditorium at 8:00. The cast Is as follows: Steve Barslou, Bonnie Udstuen, Fred Munyer, Sue Richardson, Craig Lloyd, Jim Richardson, Eugene Dontje, Vlckl Thllges, Barbara Schroeder, Betty Beck, Scott Blome, Claude Wllhelml, Carolyn Johnson, Junior Bartolo and Ron Johnson. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Alvey of Key West, Florida, were dinner guests at the John Steinberg home Thursday. Tuesday, Mrs. Paul Gelhaus, Mrs. Glen Burrow, Mrs. Hazel Carpenter, Mrs. C. M. Sullivan and Mrs. Nott and Greg of Algona surprised Mrs. William Bauman on her birthday. Mrs. Gelhaus was also a dinner guest of the Baumans Tuesday. Thursday, Mrs. Murl Jorgenson and Carol were at Lone Rock to help Mrs. Lillian Worthington celebrate her 87th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Mayne of Armstrong visited at the John Steinberg home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Watts of Wells , Minn., visited Mrs. Gladys Loucks and the Earl Jor- gensons Sunday. Mrs. Mildred Ternes received word Saturday of the birth of a daughter to the Wayne Terneses of Sauk Rapids, Minn., April 22. She has been named Suzanne Kay and weighed 6 Ibs., 8 ozs., at birth. She has one brother. The new baby is the twenty- eighth grandchild for Mrs. Ternes. April 16, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice were honored by their children at dinner in observance of the silver wedding anniversary, which was April 19. Attending besides the honorees were members of their family, Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Keil, Minneapolis, Brent Keil, Rockford, HI., Mrs. Larry DeBoer, Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaphengst of Elmore and Mr. and Mrs. John Dvorak, Mark and Angela of Clutier. Mrs. Chris Gelhaus was admitted to Holy Family hospital, Estherville, Friday. Robert Jorgenson was admitted to the Blue Earth hospital, Saturday. Mrs. Darrel Johnson is the new bookkeeper at the Ternes Garage replacing Mrs. Harold Herzog who has been employed at the garage since August, 1959. Mrs. Herzog will continue her part-time duties'at the Ledyard Lumber Company. Saturday, Mrs. George Thompson took the following ladies to Buffalo Center to visit with Mrs. Anna Torgersen at the Timely Mission Nursing Home, Mrs. Fred Junkermeier, Mrs. Dot Welfare, Mrs. Ida Darnell, Mrs. Lena Warner and Mrs. Zilphy Hardt. Mrs. Gertrude Anderson of Blue Earth observed her seventy- eighth birthday April 22 and in honor of the occasion members of her family were with her to help her celebrate. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Anderson, Sherry and Carol of Kiester, Mrs. Lillian Ehlert of Bricelyn, Mrs. Thelma Anderson of Blue Earth, Mr. and Mrs. John Darnell, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Darnell and Mr. and Mrs. Jon Gilbertson and Keri of Ledyard. The guests brought along the lunch. Thursday, Mrs. Fred Junkermeier and Mrs. George Thompson were guests of Mrs. Zilphy Hardt. Betty Herzog, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at the parental Harold Herzog home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Herzog and Cindy visited there Sunday. Mrs, Elvln Carpenter attended Mothers weekend at Oak Hall at Ames. Her daughter, Ann, is a sophomore there and was recently elected president of her dormitory. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Sifrlt and family of Stewart, Minn., visited with her mother, Mrs. Mildred Ternes. Larry DeBoer, Ames, is stationed at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Larry, a second lieutenant, left for the service April 4 and expects to be in Kentucky until the first part of June. Robert Downey, 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Downey, Preston, won the 1966 Ability-Writing Contest. Robert received a round trip to Washington, D. C., a $100 U. S. Savings Bond and certificate. The contest Is sponsored by the Iowa Governor's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped. "OUR MAN KINT" STARTS SUNDAY AT ALGONA THEATRE THE MEN FROM ZOWIE - Lee J. Cobb plays chief of the Zonal Organization of World Intelligence Espionage, and James Coburn plays Derek Flint, his top agent, in "Our Man Flint," a 20th Century-Fox release in CinemaScope and DeLuxe Color opening Sunday at the Algona Theatre. In the film. Cob^ sends Coburn on a mission to stop an organization that seeks to control the world, by controlling the world's weather. Gila Golan and Edward Mulhare are co-starred. District Track Meets In This Area May 6-7 each of the four classes. State Meets will be held May 23 for class AA and class A, with the latter also slated at Eagle Grove. The Eagles are defending class A champion, while Ames is the defending class AA champ. Here's the way the field shapes up in class A at Eagle Grove May 6: Algona, Garrigan, Belmond, Clarion, Eldora, Eagle Grove, St. Edmond, Hampton, Humboldt, Iowa Falls, South Hamilton and Sac City. At Milford the same day, Buffalo Center will compete in the class B field, while Armstrong, Cylinder, Ringsted, Sentral and West Bend are among the class C competitors. Twin Rivers, Burt, Corwith- Wesley, Woden-Crystal Lake, Lakota, LuVerne, Boone Valley, Swea City, Titonka and several more teams are In the class C field at Dows May 7. A total of 480 class AA, A, B and C teams will be entered in the District Meets, with first and second place winners slated to advance to State competition In each event. Honor Denny Miller Denny Miller -of Algona was among those honored recently at Iowa State University with athletic awards for winter sports. He is a freshman and a member of the ISU frosh wrestling team. He was a state champion at Algona high in his weight division. Truth and unvarnished frankness are not always the same thing. Newspapers are the only medium offering the magnetic appeal of classified ads. WE RENT FORMAL The Iowa High School Athletic Assn. announced sites for District Track Meets, May 6-7, this week. Teams from this area will compete in class A, B and C meets at Eagle Grove, Milford and Dows. There are eight District Meet sites for Expert - One who can take a subject you already know and make it sound confusing. PROM ATTIRE Shawl collar dinner coat, dark trousers complete set. PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW ZENDER'S I NEIGHBORS GOOD AROUND THE TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Paul Bern hard, Seneca Our Country Neighbor this week is Paul Bernhard, 37, who farms 440 acres "a mile east and 11/4 south of Seneca. Paul, a combination owner-tenant, has been on the present place for the past 10 years and prior to that farmed in the same general area. He had 143 acres of corn and 190 acres of beans during the recent growing season, and recent improvements on the place Include a hog finishing lay-out. He raises purebred Duroc hogs and also 3,000 head of mixed hogs for market each year. His favorite job around the farm is tending the hogs. Paul is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard, Bancroft, and was born on a farm three miles east of that town. A resident of Kossuth county all his life, his hobbies include bowling, golf, hunting and flying and he is a member, .of the;, Farm...Bureau, Knights of Columbus and Home and School. Mrs. Bernhard is the former Ersel Bierle. They were married June 28, 1950. She is a daughter of Mrs. Charles Bierle, Lone Rock, and her late husband, and enjoys bowling and a card club as hobbies. They met at a dance, went together and decided to get 'married. Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard have four daughters, Jo Ann, Brenda, Audrey and Angela, and four sons» Tom, Jerry, Kenny and Matthew, and Paul has four brothers, Bill, Phil and Mark, who live near him, and Dave, St. Benedict; and a sister, Mary (Mrs. Wm. Goche), Bancroft. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sates & Service Plume 205-3501 ALGONA i^— Buscher Brothers Impl. Mlnn.apoll. Mclln. - Kdly-Ryan - P«p«c New Idea Farm Machinery JUwiyt N. Mita M. Phone 1H4U1 Robinson Construction Co. Sioux Steel Buildings Building Conitructlen r;r ill*, ilrraflh, IMM IU. and MM of hailing, IniUt OB — IIOUX - Anothtr >4vuie«iM*i E, E. HahlMOB oit mi HWT. U Phone IH4374 BUSCHER BROTHERS pack seven years of experience ond knowledge into their location on North Main Street. Gib and Dick Buscher know the wants and needs of area farmers. They handle only the very best in farm equipment . . . brand names you know and trust . . . including Minneapolii-Moline, Kelly-Ryan, New Idea, Papec and Knipco. 'Stop in and see BUSCHER BROTHERS today! BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona, Iowa Phone 295-3588 Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel Algona Farm Machinery — Truekt — Tir«s AUli-Ch.lmiM Ollv.r OMC Tiueki fl**itont Tlsti Phone 295-2421 Aliens Ernie Williams John Deere Farm Machinery BOTH QUALITY & SERVICE .Bill fj|WWI.l IDMII VILllAMf Located east of \lgona ou highway 18. Phunc JUi-jobl Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped T« Serve You Completely" Kt»il»f |bt*t MiUl CM 91 cm Pumpi W»:tr Upptr Dti Molnti Publishing Co. PRINTING AT IT'S HIT - WITH QUAWTY AND ECONOMY MM If Mill AJftnt

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