Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Friday, January 29, 1965
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OucW ALGONA'S JIM COLWELL seems to be in a good deal of,pain during this action photo last Friday night in a duel meet with Charles City. Colwell went on to defeat his man, Slechaiv3-l, for a key victory in the Bulldog match triumph — the 10th in a dozen starts* this year. The locals close at Osage Friday then begin sectional action Monday. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Lakota stays tied for State Line lead # # # * Wrestlers end dual season, then sectional STATE UN* CON?!ftfNee •OYS Lakotn _8 i Armstrong ______8 i Titonka 7 2 Sentfal . 6 3 es City 4 4 Rake 3 5 Ledysrd ! 3 5 tiingsted 2 6 Thompson 2 7 Burt ^ 0 9 Lakota and Armstrong moved closet 4 their showdown battle for the State Line Conference crown this week with Titonka given still an outside chance of getting possible share of the title. The Eagles won Friday night as did Armstrong and Titonka. * * * Titonka — The Indians keot alive their hop^s of at least a share of" the State Line title with a 48-44 victory over Rintr. sted here Friday. Thp. Dane girls won the opener, 52-46. Roger Akkerman penned in 15 oolnts and Bruce Kitaineer and Ted lisebrand added 12 and all for the winning Titonka boys. They had to come from far bock after .trailing 18-8 at t.hp nuarter and 26-22 at the half. However, the Indians outscored the Great Danes in each of the last three Quarters to win. Ron and Don Knapp had 13 points each for Ringsted. The Titonka girls lost t,Vi«> opener as Karen Jensen hit 35 points for the winners. Iris Michaelsoii hit 20 for The Squaws lost the game in the second .quarter when tMey were outscored 174. Ringsted led at the half, 30-13. SENTRAL AND BURT DIVIDE Burt — The Sentral boys kept Burt winless while the Burt girls romped 61-38 in a pair of games here Friday night. The Sentral boys rolled up a huge 84-51 victory, leading 3626 at the half. Tom GeitzeriaUer hit 21 points for the winders while Larry Geitzertauer had 18. Sentral is now 6*3 in regular loop play. Jean Mescher led the girls win with 27 points while Charlotte Lapoe was close behind with 25. Roxanne. Voigt had 12 and Betty Wehrspan 10 for the losers. Algona high school will close its,-dual meet season in search of victory No. 11 Friday night against Osage and they'll be tangling with one of the best squads in this area. Coach "Champ" Martin plans to use the same team he has used in the past few meets, both in the Osage meet and in the sectional tournament which begins Monday at Britt. Six teams including Britt, Algona, Belmond, Northwood, Clarion and Hampton will com- pete > in the sectional, with the winner and runnerup advancing to district competition at Osage on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 8-9. The matches will begin Monday and Tuesday nights at 6 p.m. Martin will use the following boys — their records are in parenthesis with wins, losses and draws in that order: 103 — Larry Munger (6-7-2); 112 — Don Camp (2-13-0); 120 — Tom Samp (11-6-0); 127 — Jim Colwell (8-7-0); 133 — Dan ALGONA (lows) ADVANCERS | THURSDAY, JAN. 28, 1945 (N fHt B Ht BlSfftlCt iHM * COURf OF THE ESTATE 6F FRED SELICHNOW, Dece'cSeU Ex-Whittemore dies at Sioux City SWEA CITY UP-ENDED BY LEDYARD, 82-51 Ledyard — Swea City, which knocked off Armstrong earlier last week, went down ta defeat here Friday, 82-51 as Ledyard pulled away earlv and rolled UP a 40>21 halftime lead after leading 16-7 after one quarter. John Pedersen paced the Ledyard win with 28 points but got valuable helo from Craig LJovd with 22 and Eugene Dontje with 12. Swea City's best was 18 i points by John Martin while Reid Farland added 10. Gilmore (4-4-1): 138 — Dfinny Miller (15-1-0): 145 — Dave Martin (14-2-0); 154 — Cal Humnh- rey (7-6-1); 165 — Bob Martin (11*2-3); and Hwt. — Tom Fitzpatrick (13-3-1). Martin said Monday he hoped to advance at least six men into the district. Miller is the defending state Class A champion in the 133-pound class and he's up one weight this year. He along with Bob Martin, Colwell, Humphrey and Gilmore are the seniors on the starting squad. SAMMY JON AND HIS NOMADS COME AND ENJOY THIS OUTSTANDING GROUP Friday and Saturday January 29 & 30 AT THE Pine Room Algona't Finest Entertainment Lounge 8:30 'til Closing LAKOTA CONTINUES WIN STREAK FRIDAY Thompson — The Lakota Eagles, who haven't lost since the early season Armstrong game, ripped Thompson here 73 56 Friday but the home girls were edging the Lakota girls, 6157 in the opener. Roger Becker paced the boys win with 21 points while Thornsen added 11. Three others had nine points as the Eagles moved away to an 18-3 first quarter lead and a 54-23 halftime advantage. Coach Earl Zwagerman used mostly second stringers .in the second half. The Thompson girls led 29-26 at the half and kept their margin most of the final two periods. Susan Karels paced La-, kota with 25 points. ; ARMSTRONG STRIKES Rake — Armstrong came back after losing two straight games to edge Rake here 68-57 Friday night. Al Lindell and Dick Barrett paced the win with 27 and 25 points respectively. ed St. Ann hospital Jan. 16. Thursday visitors of Mrs. Nell Carlisle w ere Mr. and Mrs. John Maahs of Emmelsburg; Mr. man ftmf «»*• ancl Mrs. John Carver of Fort Illall UlCJ a I D odge and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moglcr have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their Whittemore — Funeral ser-i dau S hter Ruth Ann to Tcrrv vices were held Sunday in St. Schafer ' son of Mr ' alul Mt<s ' Paul's Lutheran church for Harold W. Kuecker, 62, of Tucson, Ariz., who died Friday at Lutheran hospital in Sioux City, where he had been a patient the past six weeks after suffering a stroke while visiting relatives in West Bend. Rev. Cleo Kautsch officiated at the service and burial was in Fairview cemetery. Mr. Kuecker was born at Fairville. later moved to thfi West Bend-Whittemore area. He was omploved by a creamery at Estherville for a time, then salesman for the Armstrong Oil Corn- pan v of West Bend. He operated a cafe in Whittemore from 1944 to 1958 then moved to Tucson, Ariz. He married Mildred Walker in 1925 and she passed away in 1960. Surviving' are four children. James (Jay) of Sioux City: Stanley of Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs. Jeri McKean and Miss Joyce Kuecker of Tuscon, Ariz; and five grandchildren. Three sisters and three brothers also survive: Mrs. Carle Svare and Donald of St. Paul. Minn.; Mrs. Levi Frieden, West Bend; Mrs. Glen DeBolt. Rodman; Clarence of Hadlev. Minn.; and Fred of San Jose, Calif. GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dogotch Sr. celebrated their golden wedding Sunday. Open house was from 2. to 5 p.m. in the West Bend Legion hall, south of West Bend. Katherine Falb and Frank Dogotch were married Jan. 21. 1915 at Emmetsburg and lived all their married life in the West Bend-Whittemore area. They are now retired in West Bend and are members of the Apostolic church east of West Bend. Mrs. Edmund,. Berte,.^ again at home after being a surgical patient at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn. Roy Kliegl underwent surgery Jan. 13 at St. Ann hospital, Al- gbna. John Van Hise entered St. Ann hospital Jan. 14 as a medi- NoHee is given that all person indetfffed' cal patient. Mrs. Dean Wehrspann enter- August Schafer of West Bend. Discuss park at Lakota club meeting Lakota — The Lakota Community Club met at the Legion hall on Monday evening of last week. About forty members wero present to hear the feat" rod speaker. Earl Battey of the Minnesota Twins. He spoke to tho group briefly and answered questions asked by the group. A short business meeting was held which included a discussion regarding a roadside park north of Lakota. Ernest Hanover was elected to contact state officials in regard to locating a park there. Next month's meetinp will be held one week early, Feb. 8. to said estate are requested tU moke immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors havino claims aqainst said estate shall file them with the clerk of the bovc named district court as provided y law, duly authenticated, for allowance' nd unless so filed within six rrtonths frorrt ie second publication of this notice (un. ess otherwise allowed or paidl such claim hall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 25th day of January, 1965. Derward Neitzel Executor of said Estate Whittemore, Iowa Addfc-ss H. W. Miller Utorney for said Executor Mnono, Iowa Victress late of second publication th dav of Februory, 1965. Published in the Aloona Kossufh Countv Advance, Alqonn Iowa Jan. 28, and Feb. 4, 1965. IN TM* DISTRICT COURT 0* TH? STATS Of IOWA IN ANO r«n KOSSUTH COUNTY N TMf MATTER OF THE FSTATF OF EMIL PFRSON, Deceased. PROBATF. NO. R67A NOTIC? OF POOBATE Ot WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CB*OITO»S TO ALL PFRSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notifi"H that on the 18th day of January, 1965, the last will and testnmcnt of the above named decedent, bearinq date the 1st dav of April, 1954, was admitted to probate in ho above named court and that the undef- sianed was appointed executor of sale estate. Notice is qiven that oil persons Indebted to said estate are reaucsted to make immediate payment to the undersigned and creditors havlnq claims aqainst sale estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication o this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be fore evor barred, Dated this 18th day of January, 1965 Olive Person Executor of said Estate Burt, Iowa Address Hutchison & Andreasen Attorney for said Executor Alqona, Iowa Address Date of second publication Jan. 25, 1965. Published in the Alqona Kossut Countv Advance, Alqona, Iowa Jan. 21 and 28, 196S. OF ADMINISTRATOR 0 ALL PERSONS .INTERESTED IN THE BOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You arc hereby notified that all persons debted to said estate ate requested to oko immediate payment to the under- gned, and creditors hovinq claims gainst said estate shall file th«*m with ie clerk of the above named district Ourt, as provided by low, duly authenti- oted, for allowance, and unless so .filed ithin six months from the second publi- dflort of this notice (unless otherwise I6wod or paid) such claim shall thero- ftnr be forever barred. Dated this 26th dov of January, 1965. Alice M. Kennedy Administrator of said Estate Denver, Colorado Address H. W. Miller .ttorney for said Administrator VI6o'rtd, Iowa ddress 3ate of second publication 'th dov of February, 1965. Published in the Alaona Kossuth Countv Advance, Alqono Iowa, Jan. 28, and Feb. 4, 1965. ' IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TUP STATE OF IrtWA IN AND FOP KOSSUTH COUNTY THE MATTER THE ESTATE OF GEORGE F. GOIMSEHL, Deceased. PROBATF MO. R614 NOTICE OF PROBATE Of WILL. OF . APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND '•'•:>* NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PFOSONS INTFRF.STED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You . are hereby notified that on the 25th dav of Januarv, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 18th dav of July, 1960, was admitted to orobore in tho obove named court and that the un* dersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is qiven that all p n rsons indebted to said estate are reouested to make" irrj- medjale payment to the undersigned and creditors havina claims against said estate shall -file them with the clerk of the above named district court as nroviried by law. duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless oterwise allowed or paid* such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 25th dav of January, 1965. • Rosa M. Grimsehl Executor nf said Estate Alaona, Iowa Address Shumway, Kellv 8. Fristcdt ' Attorney for said Executor Alaona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 4th dav of February, 1965. Published in the Alaona Kossuth Countv Advance, Algona. Iowa, Jan; 28, and Feb. 4, 1965. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOP KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HERMAN NEITZEL, Deceased. PROBATE NO. R633 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WII.L, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS IMTFRESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on th" 25th day of Januorv, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 30th dav nf March, 1964, was admitted to orobate in tho above named court and thot tl?". undersiqned was appointed executor of said estate. FRIDAY, JAN. 29th The Swingin' Gran Pres DINE WITH YOUR FRIENDS AT THE . . . 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