Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1965 · Page 2
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BBB^^^M STEM JULIAN CHRISCHIUIS A i|^^MU| lljU&jtfJ^J ^^M fltt^^^fc I ffw*» HVHwl »• mj vUtw Three Algona college girls were pressed into service, not unwillingly, during the recent disastrous floods at Mankato . . .they ate Jane Cole, Pat Kenvon and Joyce Anderson, all students at Mankato State college. e, daughter of the Dale Coles and a sophomoro at at the college, heloed make sandwiches for the Red Cross at Mason temple there a week ago Thursday for several hours along with 20 other high school and colletje students. The girls worked with such speed that thov often had to wait for another load of bread from the bakery. were classes the next morning but more lielu was needed so Jane ioined a group of girls who volunteered to rill sand baps which were being used to build dikes They shoveled four loads of sand in each bag, which ended up weighing about 60 pounds. Later that morning she pot into a truck to help load sandbags. Most of the bags were burlap, *>*? y erc Paper-lined feed bags and some of the bags still had potato sprouts inside. For 90 minutes she helped on an assembly line to place sand bags on the dike. It was rough work for a girl especially when some of those in line were much taller men. "We got hit in the face with a heavy sandbag more than once," she reported. Jane continued work in back of the S & L store there, close to the main street bridge, until about 5 p.m. and then was all ready for a warm bath or shower. But when she returned to the dorm there was a sign reading, "No showers". The dike had broke at one spot and the city well was polluted with flood water. The entire city was asked to use no water except foil cooking. She also saw vice president Humphrey when he visited, the stricken city last Sunday. He complimented the students and said if it hadn't been for the aid of high school and college students, there wouldn't be a North Mankato. But Jane was just too stiff and sore to help with the cause on Saturday. Early on Sunday, students were dismissed for a week — as a water conservation measure. Pat Kenyon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Les Kenyon, and a freshman there, worked three or four hours on Saturday at, the Red Cross center, issuing blankets and towels to evacuees and workers. She assigned them cots to sleep on and directed them to their beds. Miss Anderson, the daughter of the W. M. Andersons of Algona, spent five hours filling sand bags and loading them on trucks Friday night. During the hours between 4:30 p.m. and 2:30 a.m. Saturday, Joyce was at the Red Cross center in the Hiland Arena field house. Here she set up cots and took care of children and recorded the whereabouts of evacuees. This was one of three central calling centers. She is a sophomore at Mankato. So it seems Algona had representatives helping out in the Mankato crisis and they were female. .Others from Algona undoubtedly helped out also. ONE OF THE newest crazes in Des Moines is the "Scopitone", which could best be described as a juke box with a. jumbo TV screen on top . - j , at least two places have them in the capitol city and for a quarter (yikes, remember the Nickelodian) you get two or three minutes of music-plus • a colored movie of the participants. Most of the selections were filmed in France where the machines were sent from. Both the Ft, Des Moines and Savery Hotels have them and I'm sure others will follow suit. JIMMY MURTAGH, ex-Algonan, sends along a clipping from'.the''April 9 issue of the Tucson Daily Citizen with a column which included the following item about Bob King . . . since-he expressed a-desire to return to the Big Ten as a coach several years ago, it sounds true ... King you'll recall, coached,.basketball.,at Algona high school for six or seven years until 1956, then moved on to Rockford, 111. and later to .Iowa.. . . , • "On the subject of basketball today, it's interesting to note that the Albuquerque papers are probing the possibility of New Mexico Coach Bob King being interested in the Michigan State job which opened up recently with the firing of Fordy Anderson, '•'King-has Big Ten background as an assistant at Iowa and recruited two of New Mexico's biggest and best stars, Ira Harge and Mel Daniels, right in MSU's backyard at Detroit. "In three years at the Lobo helm, King has done a tremendous job. He's taken, the Lobos to the NIT twice (runnerup one year), tied for the WAC title once and won 58 game's while losing .pnly 23. "With four starters returning'from this season (Daniels at 6-9, BUI Morgan at 6-7, Ben Monroe at 6-3 and Dick Ellis at 6-3), King and New Mexico will be heavy favorites to win the conference crown next season." * # * WE NOTED the 63rd wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Newville in the Advance the other day . . . and now we find that Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven of Algona have been married 63% years* They were wed in September, 190J, just a few months before .the NewvUles, who celebrated their 63rd anniversary in February. Any others? USE ADVANCE WANT ADS YOU MUST SEE THIS AND TEST HEAR" II , ZENITH SOLITAIRE IM-THE-iAR HEARING AID' with smgzing Micro-Uthiq Circuit for your personal comfort from sp^ce age knowledge, 1 the customized case oi the new Solitaire is individually fitted to your «§r flnd contains the finest features fgf full or part-time hearing help. §n»ii wd Jjght in weight, yet arnfiing in perform- aoce. No cords, tufting ^ separate ea/mojd, yet Wtao-Mthfe circuit gives 50fl<fc greater reliability than amplifiers using COA- /ial components. YOM we it J» yourself to "test-hear" the Selitair*. ' k Booster Club honors wrestlers COACH CHAMP MARTIN poses with the three young men who brought home two state wrestling championships and a second place medal. The trophy held by state champions Denny Miller and Dave Martin is Algona's team runnerup trophy. At left is Tom Fitzpatrick, who finished as runnerup in the heavyweight class. These three matmen and all others were honored at a Booster Club banquet last Saturday night. Story elsewhere on this page. 'Glenn's Studio Photo. # # •* The Algona high school wrestling "Boosters Club" held its annual banquet Saturday night in the high school annex with about 100 wrestlers, parents and boosters :h attendance. New ^officers were elected during the business meeting conducted by president Lowell Samp. Chuck Benson was named president with Bob Munger as vice president. Mrs. Leon Martin was named secretary- treasurer. Coach Champ Martin presented varsity letters to the following wrestlers: Seniors: Jim Colvvell, Dan Gilmore, Calvin Humphrey, Bob Martin, Dennis Miller, and Brad Steele. Juniors: Tom Fitzpatrick, Dave Martin and Tom Samp. Sophomores: Larry Munger and Clint Young. Freshman: Don Camp. , Denny Miller and Bob Martin were elected honorary co-captains by the squad members. All the other squad members were recognized also. , Special commendations were given to the following: Varsity cheerleaders Sandy Harmes, Sue Moulton, Sharon Sundet and Lark Whittemore, and junior varsity members Marne Par- rQtt, ; Linda, Maitm,,.OindyrMiller, Phyllis Moulton. These girls were given special recognition for their help during the year, especially at the state meet. Also recognized were ! Lowell Samp for his work as president of the club; Glenn Graham, for colored pictures of the wrestlers; George Allen & KLGA for fine coverage of wrestling meets and tournaments; Fritz Neilsen, outstanding job as Jr. Hi coach; and Julie Chrischilles and the Advance for increased coverage of the sport of wrestling. The main speaker was Fred Stoeker. head official of the National Collegiate wrestling tournament this year. Fred's colorful speech concerning his experiences. ALGONA LANES Monday Night League No. 1 W a Algona Barbers -. __ _ 94 r> 34' K of C ___: ___ _ ____ 76 52 55 --(SO 61 ' ,6f) -72 109 N. Iowa Appliance _ 73 Champlin '68 Cook's Welders 67 Algona Lanes 59 Lindsay 56 Council Oak 19 •'•••High Team Series ^f ^ K o'fC "'j.m'jLri'-'Lmi" 2952 ,High Series , Bud Briggs 594 High Game j Bud Briggs 232 Monday Night League No, 2 W it* Hamms No. 1 84Vis 39V 2 Zenders 84 40, 7 Up _._ 84 40 ' Blue & White 79 45' Gambles G7 57'; Budweiser 64 60: Iowa State Bank __.. 55M- 68^ Falstaff _:_ 54 70: Cargill .____.__;___ 52 72 Cook's Scrap Iron __ 51 73 Meyer's Ins. ________ 49 75 High Team Series 7 Up __-._____ :______ 3016 High Series Chuck Davis --.-_1______ 584 High Game Ken Meyer 1_ 227 Tuesday Night League No. 1 W L Lindhorst Deputies _ 73 51 Universal No. 1 71 53 Pioneer 69% 54% Reding Gravel 67 57 Buscher Bros. 67 57 Northwestern _,.____ 59 65 Whittemore .Lockers 58 66 Tall Paul's 55% 68% Utt Electric 54% 69% Larry's Recreation __ 51% 72% Tuesday Night League No. 2 W L Blossom Ins. 82 42 ^od's Super Valu _ 82 42 Elbert's Enco _£_u^_ 74% 49% First Lutheran ____- 70 54 Klein's Farm Supply 71 57 Weidenhoff 66, 58 Fischer's Store ___L 61 67 Algona Municipal ___ 56 68 Universal No. 2 53% 70% Mercury Outboard _ 52 72 Pine Room 48% 75% Lotts Creek Lockers 31% 92% li.-. ..High Team Series Klein's Farm Supply ____ 3016 High Series Jack Haag 588 High Game Jim Scuffham 242 (Ifwa) MONDAY, APRIL 19, tWS RUSK Drug .__.____^ 47 69 Algofla lilies !- : ^___ 42% Wfc SMiHtofl :__^ mW 76% «rf«$ Wednesday Night Women W L 32 33 39 East End Grocery __ 84 Cook's Welders 83 Women of Moose 77 Iowa State Bank __ 69% 46% Security State Bank _ 55 -61 Peterson Furniture _ 52% 63% Coffee Shop 50 66 Honsbruch Drug _,__ 48 68 J & K Tavern ____/ 48 68 Rusk Drug & Jewelry , |QW« «THf IfNITH IN OWi 5TQBI THIS WilK« Don't Allow Another Newspaper to Be Published WITHOUT YOUR NAME IN IT Says I ' I M The American Banker Magazine •4 '!* "No businessman in any town should^allow a newspaper y^blished in his town to go without his name$and business being 'mentioned somewhere in its columns. This 'does not nieyn you should have a whole, half or quarter page ad in each issue of the paper, but your name and business should b| mentioned., if you don't use more than a two-line space." ? "A stranger picking up a newspaper should be able to teil what business is represented in a town by looking at the paper. This is the best possible town advertising. The wan who insists on sharing the business that comes to town but refuses to advertise his own, is not a valuable addition to any town. The Ufe Pf 3 town depends on the live-wide-awake and liberal advertising busj' nessinan. Merchants Advertise in The Progrtwivt NtWfp*ptf M Alqono Konuth vance -— S.riei Donna King .___ ____ __ 541 High Garni Jean Metzen ________ _____ 198 Wednesday Night Men W L Bode Elevator _____ 80% 39% Fenton Elevator _~_ _ 77 43 Hoover's ,__"_;_^_.^ 73% 46% East End Grocery ^ n 49 Cunningham's Cafe 69 51 Bordeh's Dairy ____ 67 53 Percival Motors ____ 63 57 Hobarton Co-op ____ 60% 59% N. F. 0. __________ 51 69 Bernie's Recreation _ 49 71 Elk Cleaners ^ ____ ••_ 45% 74% jSode's k it n ----- 13 107 Hioh Team Series Borden's Dairy __. ________ 3026 High Series Francis Sheiborn _ ________ 583 High Game Jim Sires _____ ____ ______ 234 Thursday Night Women W Fareway ___ , _____ __. 76 Lindsay ___ ______ __. 71% Viking Oil ______ ___ 65% Jungle Room ______ 65 V. F. W. _,._ ________ 52% Dairy Queen ______ 50 Everds Bros. _______ 49% Johnson House ______ 47 Frederick Hdwe. ___ 40% Hamms ___________ 40 Gambles __. ______ '__ 34 Cpast-to-Coast _____ 24% High Team Series Lindsay ---------------- 2349 High Series Charlotte Baldwin _______ 553 High Game Vera Erpelding __________ 210 L 24 32% 38% 39 51% 50 54% 53 59% 60 66 79% Brennan open Rev. Francis dc-ftwly, stipe?' intendent of Garrlgan high school, announced today the resignation of WillllW ''BUI" Bretinan as Athletic JOifectbir at Garrigatt high school. Nfr. flriin' nan came to Garrigan in the fail of 1962 and took over.the position of head basketball coach. '. . ' For two years he coached the basketball team and for one year was head coach of the baseball team. • 1( ' For the past two years, he'lias been Athletic Director ,at .Garri* gan as well as coach of the golf team. • V, Bretitian ciffle to (tern* gan high school from St. Joseph's high school in.Granvilie Where he had coached for three years. Prior to that time, he had coached for one year at Immaculate Conception • high school at Cherokee. He plans to open an insurance agency at Emmetsburg in June of this year. He plans, however, to make his home 'in Algoha at least for the present time. Mrs. Brennan will continue to teach in the Algona public school system during the school term. '••'.". Cook's Welders ____ 77 .47 Hutzell Office _____ 70 ,84 Thursday Classic League W Hamms No. 2 , 80 Hamms No. 1 72 Lindsay Soft Water 70% Carnation Milk 62 Hub Clothiers 58 Gene's Electronics __ 42 East End Grocery __ 40 Pioneer . 37V 2 Plantation 29 Algona Lanes 29 High Team Scries Lindsay Soft Water 2773 High Series Chuck Davis __. 634 High Game Chuck Davis __: 253 L 24 32 33% 42. 46 62 64 66 1 /. 75 75 Friday Mixed-Doubles League W L Zender's ^__: 82 42 Pittman Finance 81% 42% Ron & Jack's J 79% 44% Moorman Feed _____ 63Ms Minnesota Woolen _^. 50, 74 Fenton Lockers _____ 46% 77% Kossuth Speedway — 36 60 FEMIC> __________ ^_ 33 91 . Hloh T*«m Series > ' Kossuth Speedway - _____ 2301 High . Series Women— LaVonne Pittman 527 Men — Chuck Davis : _____ 582 High Game Women -—Heide Ferguson .199 Men — Chuck Davis ____ _ 236 Saturday Night Mixed Doubles League No. 1 • ' W L 43 45 57 61 61; Chrome Cafe _;. ____ 89 Ricklefs - Geelan ___ 87 No. Iowa Appliance 75 Bjustrom's __'___'__ J 71 Viking Oil _____ ____ 71 Druggists Mutual ___ 70% 61% Algano Barber Shop 63 69 Taylor Motor — ___ 58% 73% Hiland Chips __ ____ 54% 77% M & D Auto _____ __ 52 80 Herb's Produce ____ 52 80 Consolidated _____ 48% 83% Hioh ' Twain Series Consolidated Milk __^_^_- 2318 High Series Women — Charlotte Baldwin 508 Men — Stan Black ^______ : : 604 High Game Women — Nelda Rash ____ 195 Men — Stan Black _____,._ 231 Saturday Night Mixed Doubles League No. 2 ' W L Colony Inn •_!—_____ 97 ?'35 Nprthrup King ___i 73 ; 59 Directory Service '_'V V72 ? " 60 Algona Plumbing _c. ,56% 75% Algona Lanes ______ 63% 68% Standard Oil _: •_'_ 57% 74% Diagonal Grocery — 56% ,75% Coca-Cola _r__: ^_ 52 ,80. They're here! High- Team Series Coca-Cola _: ,____ 2216 High Scries Women—Heide Ferguson _ 541 Men—Melvin Friedrich ___ 571 High Game ..... Women—Heide Ferguson _ 212 Men—Melvin Friedrich r __ 209 Coffee Cup League • W L Petticoats _______:: "it .-* 41 Eight Balls ________ 69 ' 43 Question Marks ___^ 66 46 Black Cats ________ 59 53 Gopfers :__ 52 60 Sharks ____..„ 19 93 High Team Series Black Cats 735 High Series Arina Meyer ______ 520 High Game Arina Meyer _^_______i_.;__ 189 Grandmothers League .-."•'•'• •'* W L • TwhvCO. Beauty __ 64 44 Kirk's Shoe Store _-_ 61 47 Charlie's Club 55 53 Modernistic Beauty 36 72 / High Team Series • Kirk's Shoe Store :___ 1699 High Series Helen Kirkland ^. r ____^_ 479 High Game Helen Kirkland J_____l__ 227 NEW: SWEA CITY COACH Swea City — Wayne Baker; football coach at Wyoming, Iowa the past several years, will !be the new head coach at Swea City high .school 'this fall. He is a graduate of Central college and lettered three years there and four in high school. Mr. Baker is single and his home is at Emerson. • Besides 'coaching football, he will teach junior high math and assist with the coaching .pf.,other sports. 7 SEED POTATOES Hurry! Prices on our next truckload will be HIGHER! ALL CERTIFIED POHTIACS PLUS • SELECT POHTIACS Tke Girls in ready - - COMPLETE LINE OF mt&mm EAST END GROCERY 5TATI i PHItUFS 5T1IIT

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