The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1966 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 2, 1966
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10-Algona, (la.) Upper Dei Motnet Thuitday, Nov. 3, GRID GUESSERS CONTEST BY OLD MAN MOSE The only contestant with 18 correct guesses, Mrs. Garland Bradley of Algona is the winner of $7 first place money this week. In a three-way tie for second place were Robert Lovstad of Burt, Johnny Nyman of Bancroft, and Mrs. B. J. Bradford of Algona. They will divide the second and third place money among them. All had 16 right and a high game total of 66. The high game was the Forida vs. Auburn game of 57 total points. On the honor roll with 15 correct picks were Barbara Baumann of Lakota, Bill Spry of Burt, Judy Everds of Allison, Rod Rogert of Bode, and Tom Moe Sr., Dwight Gilbride, Catherine Gillespie, Dicky Moe, Mary Ann Kisch, Ronald Eischen, W. W. Gillespie, Jim Bradford, Kay Bradford, Steve Chrlschilles, Pat Chrischilles, Ken Johnson, Loren Hahle, and Ronnie Reefer, all of Algona. On the Mourner's Bench is Ruth Baumann of Lakota with a low, low 8 correct out of the 22 possible. Better luck in this week's contest! The fact that there were two tie games last Saturday didn't help. Iowa State and Oklahoma State fought to a 14-14 showdown and Kansas and Kansas State worked into a 3-3 knot. Tuesday's tabloid carried 22 more games and the same rules apply as last week so hop to it and maybe there'll be a winner at your house. Claude, Munger Named Second Team, All-Loop Tom Claude, senior end, and Larry Munger, senior guard, of '"ina Bulldogs were honored Central Conference ;veek when they toe All - Con- boldt, and Bob Harken, Iowa Falls, guards; and Doug Marson, Humboldt, Al Larson, Webster City, Steve Hornung, Iowa Falls, and Bob Paton, Hampton, backs. Play 0-0 Tie urn. 3 were also able memtion Camp, Riedinger. * v ie other were , and ;en- s. "S Algona I met Algona HI in the Garrlgan Grade School Football Tourney finals at Garrigan Field Saturday evening, Oct. 29 - and battled to a 0 - 0 tie. Winner of the league championship during the regular season was the Algona I team. Prize Winners LEDYARD - Prize winners at the Nutrena Open House Thursday were Mrs. Ida Darnell and Paul Zielske, who each received a fry pan, Henry Pedersen, an electric corn popper, Walter Goche of Bancroft, six inch crescent wrench, and Jeremiah Sullivan, one-half ton of Hawkeye Fertilizer. Set Schedule Of Award Nights, 4-H The annual 4-H a ward nights for presentation of local and county awards for outstanding work in 4-H will be held from Nov. 7 through Nov. 19 along with the extension council elections. The places and dates for ^ach are as follows: Nov. 7 - Titonka School - Buffalo Boosters, Buffalo Boys, Valley Farmerettes. Nov. 8-HighSchool Annex, Algona - Cresco Chuins, Cresco Boys, Irvlngton Ideals, Union Boys, Union Alethean, U-Go-I- Go, Algona A.O.K., Algona Boys Club. Nov. 9 - St. Michael's Hall, Whittemore - Whittemore Boys, Lotts Leaders, Letts Creek Lassies, Whittemore Lassies. Nov. 10 - Legion Hall, Burt- Plum Creek Boys, Plum Creek Elite, Burt Blue Birds. Nov. 12-M. E. Church, Wesley - Wesley Boys, Wesley Wizards, Prairie Future Farmers. Nov. 12 -Town Hall, LuVerne- LuVerne Eager Beavers, Lu- Verne Live Wires. Nov. 14 - Fenton School — Fenton Progressors, Fenton Forwards, Seneca Stars, Seneca Progressive Farmers, Lone Rock Lively Rockets. Nov. 14 - Swea City School- Eagle-ettes, Swea-Harrison Boys, Eagle Wildcats, Grant Hustlers. Nov. 15 - St. Joe Gym - St. Joe Trojans, Riverdale Rustlers I and n. Nov. 15 - Bancroft Public School - Greenwood Boys, Ramsey Boys, Greenwood Girls, Bancroft Busy Bees, Blue & White. Nov. 19 - Lakota School — Aggressive Lads, Lakota Luckies. Nov. 7 - West Bend School Garfield Gems, Garfield Hustlers. All meetings will start at 8:00 p. m. We encourage the parents and friends of 4-H'ers to attend their award night. Itgivesavery good opportunity to see what the Kossuth County 4-H'ers have accomplished during the past year. Chrischilles AsseenonTV NOVEMBER 8 IT'S YOUR PRIVILEGE AND DUTY I IOWA STATE BANK At the Time and Temperature Corner Algona PERSONALS CONGREGATIONAL WOMEN The Womens Fellowship of the Congregational church will meet NOT. 3 for a 1 o'clock-luncheon to be served by Circle 3. - o - T . JNING MEETING Women of the First Baptist church will have an evening missionary meeting Nov. 3. The lesson will be given by Margaret Heerdt and Thea Sparks. - o - KNIT AND SEW The Knit and Sew club met Nov. 2 with Mrs. L. C. Faber. - o - C. D. A. NOTES Court St. Benedict C. D. of A. met Oct. 20 in the school hall for initiation. Two new members, Mrs. Rosalia Rahm and Mrs. Florence Stufflick were initiated and Mrs. Ruth Grein was reinstated. Mrs. Alice Dole, district deputy, was the Initiating officer and Jesse Malley, state grand regent, honored the co-rt with a visit. Committee in charge of refreshments was Mildred Trunelle, Marceline Roeder, Joan Ludwig, Judy K. Rosenmeyer, Jean Thul and Camilla Borniann. -o JOHN GROTTE has returned home after spending some time at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, where he underwent surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grotte, who. have been her during Mr. Grotte's illness have gone to their home at Whittier, Calif. Council Okays Second Taxi For The City Algona wound up with the services of a second taxi company during a • meeting of the city council here last Wednesday night. James Walker, who presented a schedule of fares for his proposed taxi cab operation, and the council then okayed his proposal. ' The council also granted permission for the erection of'a pair of radio and TV tower* in the city. One will be put up for Don Tietz on East Oak street to be used for a 2-way radio and to improve TV reception and the other for Faulstich's own use at his home here. Beer permits were okayed for Algona Lanes, Hood's Super Valu and Swanson's Stores, Inc. and cigarette permits went to Georgia's Cafe and Swanson's Stores. A resolution covering more of the beautification program for the old Athletic Park and other parks here was passed and a federal grant application for funds is to be made. Charged After 2-Car Mishap Near Algona An Algona Man, Wendel W. Warwick, 56, was charged with following too closely after atwo- car mishap three miles north of Algona on highway 169 at 4:40 p.m. Sunday. The Warwick vehicle, which sustained an estimated $45 damage, was following a car driven by Howard M. Long, 45, Algona, and both were headed south when the mishap occurred. The Long car sustained an estimated $150 damage, a<> cording to Patrolman Charles Bird who investigated. Ex-Resident Funeral Here Funeral services for a former Algona resident, Mrs. Delia Davidson, 89, Mankato, Minn., will be held in the McCullough Funeral Chapel at 2 p.m. Friday, with Rev. Frank Harcey officiating. Burial will follow at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens. 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