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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
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Four From County Are Selected On State Line All-Conference Team 18. Loop games get underway Nov. 23. Four Kossuth county football players were honored this week with selection on the State Line All*Conference football team. They were Eugene Person, and BUI Mino, linemen, and Mike Johnson, back, Swea City, and Rick Shaw, Sentral lineman. Other members of the first team include Roger Swartz, Glen GJerde and Larry Brlx, Lincoln- Central; Fired Fralzer, Arnold Sime and Tom Smith, Thompson; and Dan Laffey, Armstrong. Second team selections include Joe Baer, Burt; Steve Cosgrove and Rues Sleper, Titonka; Les Luedtke, Ken Marlow and Jerry Nerem, Sentral; Mike Rezac and Walt Godfredson, Armstrong; Russ Felkey, Lincoln-Central; Bill Cink, Woden-Crystal Lake; and Mark Anderson, Thompson. County footballers named to the honorable mention list were Jack Johnson and Doug Pingel, Swea City; Mike Weber, Craig Michaelson andDarrellGiesking, Titonka; Clint Patterson, Howard Batt and Wayne Lavrenz, Burt; and Ron Dacken, Sentral. Shaw of Sentral and Smith of Thompson were unanimous selections on the first team. Thompson and Lincoln-Central shared the loop crown with 6-1 records. AHS Wrestling And Basketball Slates Begin Complete schedules for Algona High School's basketball and wrestling teams were announced recently by Howie Stephensonand Champ Martin, coaches of the squads. Here are the slates: WRESTLING Nov. 16-AtBritt Nov. 19-AtEstherviUe Nov. 26-Blue Earth Nov. 29-AtClarion Dec. 3 — E. Grove Invitational Dec. 9-Humboldt Dec. 10- Algona Invitational Dec. 16-Ft. Dodge Dec. 30 — Osage Invitational Jan. 4-Webster City Jan. 7 — At Hampton Jan. 11-Eagle Grove Jan. 14—Iowa Falls Jan. 20-Clear Lake Jan. 27-At Osage BASKETBALL Nov. 18-Swea City Nov. 26 - At Eagle Grove. Dec. 2-Humboldt Dec. 3 - At Webster City Dec. 9 - At Hampton Dec. 16— At Clear Lake Dec. 21 - Emmetsburg Dec. 28 - Clinic (Play Jefferson) Jan. 3 — Clarion Jan. 6— At Iowa Falls Jan. 13 - Eagle Grove Jan. 20-AtHumboldt Jan. 21-Webster City Jan. 27—Hampton Jan. 28- At Estherville Feb. 3 —Clear Lake Feb. 10-At Clarion Feb. 17—Iowa Falls Prime Metal All iron or steel surfaces should be primed with a rust inhibitlve primer before painting. / fUpper Des Moines SPORTS ******** ************ **************** **j Uvermore Girl Member of SUt Highlanders Judy Carman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Carman of Livermore, is appearing as a piper with the University of Iowa Scottish Highlanders this year. Miss Carman, a sophomore majoring in mathematics, has appeared with the internationally known all-girl bagpipe band at Minneapolis and Cedar Rapids this fall as well as the University of Iowa home football games. She has been a member of the band since March, having been selected for training as a piper in the fall of her freshman year. Clear Lake In North Central Favorite Role According to coaches in the North Central Conference, Clear Lake should repeat as loop basketball champions during the long season ahead. Coaches, including Howie Stephenson, headman at Algona High, also figure his Bulldogs and the Humboldt Wildcats should give Clear Lake the most trouble, with Hampton classed as a darknorse entry. The Bulldogs, who went to the State Tournament following a second place loop finish last winter with a 12-2 mark, were the only conference team to give the Lions a run for their money that season. Clarion was third with a 7-7 record. Humboldt was fourth at 6-8, while Hampton, the other favorite in the title chase this season, was tied with GRIP GUESSERS CONTEST BY OLD MAN MOSE The best picking of the season turned up in last Saturday's Grid Guessers contest, and there were even two who picked 21 of 22 right. The high game total score for the week was 64, the Notre Dame pasting of Duke, 64-0, and it decided first and second places. Monte Pearson, ex-Algonan now teaching at Clarence, Iowa, took first with 21 right and high game of 58. Bight behind him was Bill Prochaska of Buffalo Center with 21 right but a high game of 39. Third place went to Howard J. Batt of Burt, with 20 right and a high game of 64. He barely edged out the other 20-game pickers; Michael Fraser, Burt (63); Bob Smith, Iowa City (63); patChrlscMlles, Algona (63); Doug Hansen, Ringsted, (59); Richard Dugan, Maryville, Mo. (60); Tom Schult*, Whittemore (60); Bob BarsJou Jr>, Swea City (61); Mrs. Roger Arndorfer, Sexton (61); Marilyn Sachs, pes Moines (62); Ann Patterson, Buffalo Center (62); Sara ChrischUles, Algona (66); Annetee GUbride, Algona (67). We follow the family football feud between Judy and Dave Bverds of Allison, IOWA With great interest, and last week the honors went to Dave with 19 right vhUeJudy tallied 17, Even the Mourner's Bench wasn't terrible as usual, Thomas Kissner of Algona won the seat with 12 right. There we're" gg more games' in"the Tuesday issue,, so good luck, Guessers. it is seldom tliataii the favorites seem to come through, but that was the the case last week - but beware! Eagle Grove for seventh place with a 3-11 mark. Clear Lake had an 18-3 season record last season and the Bulldogs were 21-3. The Lions have got tall men galore, led by Ken Grabinskl and Tom Chapman, 6-5, Jim Elting and Doug Martin, 6-3, and Doug Floy, 6-2. Coach Gary Boeyink states a lack of speed and inexperience could give his club most of its trouble. Algona, led by lettermen Craig, Espe and Tom Claude, 5-9, Bill Boldridge, 5-10, and Brocke Laws, 6 ft., should be sharp on defense, but, according to Coach Stephenson, will lack height and shooting ability - at least that's the way it looks right now. Humboldt also has four lettermen, including Doug Marso, 6-1, Rick Kuhlman, 6, and Alan Blanchard and Darwin Torgerson, 5-9, with Doug DeSmidt, 6-1, expected to help out. The Wildcats are also faced with a lack of tall fellows. Clarion has three lettermen back, including Mike Kalkbrenner, 6, one of the loop's top scorers, Jerry Boyington, 6-2, good under the boards, and Jack Smith, 5-9. The Cowboys should be sharp on defense and short on height, depth and experience. Webster City's Lynx have only one letterman, Tim Shelton, 6-3 center, back, but have several good prospects that should give the team an improved record over last season's 8-12 mark. Here again, height, speed and in experience will be lacking. At Hampton, there's size. The four lettermen, all starters a year ago, are Jim Heilskov and John Zimmer, 6-2, Bob Paton,6, and Ron Missildine, 5-7, and John BarkmeieV, 6-5, is expected to help out. Hampton will not be a fast club and team shooting might be off. Eagle Grove has two lettermen in the fold, Steve Hoath, 6-1, and Bill Brauman, 5-11, and it is probable the youngsters will see a lot of action during the season. Iowa Falls has onty Dennis Meyer back from last season. This promises to be a year for rebuilding, with a lack of height and inexperience sure to cause trouble. Opening games for loop clubs include: Iowa Falls at Grundy Center, Eagle Grove at Belmond, and Twin Rivers at Humboldt, Nov. 15; Clarion at Charles City and Swea City at Algona, Nov. PORTLAND By Mr». Victor Fitch producing any warming symptoms, the importance of regular physical examinations cannot be stressed too often. Other measures to control blood pressure, in addition to drugs, include the reduction of excess weight, cessation of cigarette smoking, reduction of salt intake if the doctor prescribes •'" Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Elltabeth Kennedy and Paul Tienan. Recent visitors in the Howard Sparks home were Daryl Sparks and Betty Tlach, both of Brltt. Howard Sparks accompanied Rev. Paul Hanson, Loren England and Ray Krantz to Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon for a Methodist church meeting. Johnny Harms, Debbie, Dexie and DeAnn attended their grandmother's, Mrs. John K. Harms, birthday party Sunday evening. Several relatives came in to help her celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Nauman, Mary and Cheryl of Augusta, Wise., were Tuesday overnight guests in the Jesse Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Nauman and girls will spend about a week here visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harms and Norma were Sunday dinner guests in the Leroy Davis home in Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett visited Sunday afternoon in the Bernard Phelps home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Marchel . of Tel City, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. John Coultes of Derby, Ind., arrived Sunday afternoon and will visit in the Tom Trenary, Bill Trenary and Harold Becker homes. They plan to be here about a week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harms and Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Moore and family were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Herman Harms home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Harms went to Mason City Sunday evening where they visited Henry Van Hove in the Mercy hospital. Mr. Van Hove is not getting along so good. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and Becky Brandow, Effie Teeter and the Lloyd Broesders attended a birthday party in the Robert Arend home at Algona, in honor of Mrs. Effle Teeter. '.. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and Becky Brandow, Mr. and Mrs! Lloyd Broesder, Mrs. Effle Teeter and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Christensen were Sunda; evening guests in the Edmunc Larson home in honor of Edmuru Larson's birthday. Monday', Nov. 14, is also the Edmund Larson's 35th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy were Sunday evening visitors in the Dwight Ruse home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Ramona were Friday evening guests in the Harold Andreasen home for an oyster stew. Mr. and Mrs.DuaneStrombeck and boys, and Mrs. Henry Olson, Princeton, Minn., and Mrs. Clarence Olson of Grand Forks, N.D., were dinner guests in the Harold Andreasen home a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen were Sunday dinner guests at the Alvin Andreasen home. Mrs. Cecelia Scott of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Andreasen and family of Algona were also guests in the Alvin Andreasen home. This was in observance of the birthdays of Mrs. Harold Andreasen, Cathy Andreasen and Mrs. Cecelia Scott. Control Of Hypertension Now Possibte (This is the third in a series of articles on heart attack and stroke "risk factors" prepared by the Iowa Heart Association and published by this newspaper.) Like the weather, everybody talks about high blood pressure. Unlike the weather, somebody is doing something about this widespread mysterious disease. The modern physician is armed with an extensive and effective variety of drugs which can control high blood pressure - apparently for an idefinite period. Left uncontrolled, high blood pressure cannot only do serious damage to blood vessels, heart and kidneys, it can also considerably increase the patient's risk of developing coronary heart disease. A scant 15 years ago, .there was relatively little physicians could do to modify the course of hypertension. Since that time, modern medicine has achieved its most dramatic successes. The death rate from hypertension dropped 52% between 1950 and 1962 among middleaged men and women (ages 45 to 64), Because high blood pressure can encroach and advance without Algona Buena Vista Standout BRIAN ATHERTON One of the basic reasons for the success of Buena Vista College's football team this fall was the outstanding play of fullback Brian Atherton, a Junior from Algona. Atherton, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Atherton, played his prep football under coach Beanie Cooper at Garrl- gan, where he graduated in 1964. Buena Vista football coach John Naughton, whose team closed it's season last Saturday with a 2013 win over St. Mary of the Plains, credited the powerful blocking and running of his 5' 11", 195 Ib. fullback in leading the team to a 6 wins and 3 losses campaign. Atherton has gained the respect and admiration of BV's coaching staff, his teammates and fellow students for his determination to play in spite of the fact that he is diabetic. Two insulin shots a day have not hampered the play of this personable young man, who will be counted on heavily as a returning letterman by next year's team. A good student, Atherton is majoring in business administration at the Storm Lake school. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9041 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Joseph G. Miller, Deceased, TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Joseph G. Miller, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 12th day of November, 1966, the last will and testament of Joseph G. Miller, deceased, bearing date of the 30th day of April, 1949, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that Gladihe Miller was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought in the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. • Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said 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^pupji- cation of this notice '(unless .' otherwise allowed or paid) such •' claim shall thereafter be forever' barred. Dated this 12th day of November, 1966. GJadine Miller Executor of said Estate ; . Wesley, lowjt Shumway, Keljy•& Frlstedt Attorney (s) for said Executor Algonsi, Iowa Date of second 22nd day pf'November, TORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF B. A. Taylor, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONSINTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF B. A. Taylor, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 14th day of November, 1966, the last will and testament of B. A. Taylor, deceased, bearing date of the 8th day of February, 1952, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Roger Frank Taylor was .appointed executor of said estate. . Notice is further given that any action to set aside said will must > be brought in the district court 'of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said 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 of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 14th day of November, 1966. Roger Frank Taylor Executorof said Estate Des Moines, Iowa Llnnan, Lynch & Straub Attorney (s) for said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 22nd day of November, 1966. (88 & 89) Thursday, Nov. 1?, 1966 Algtffta, (la.) Uppit DM Moll**-* Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Algona Municipal Utilities was held in the City Hall, City of Algona, Iowa, Nov. 1, 1066, at 7:30 o'clock p.m. Present were: Buchanan, Harmes, Bay, T. James Palmer, Supt. & Ira Kohl, Sec. The minutes of the meeting of Oct. 17, 1966, were read and approved as read. Motion by Bay, seconded by Harmes, that the vouchers payable be approved and authorized paid as audited. Roll call, voting "Aye", Buchanan, Harmes & Bay. Voting' 'Nay'', none. Motion carried. . ~ Truck 3,280.95 WATER FUND Ins. Fund, Ins 11.10 Soc. Sec. Fund, Soc. Sec. Tax 67.64 Treas. of the State, Sales Tax 477.27 C rouse Cartage Co., Freight 18.70 Pay Roll, Pay Roll . . .479.07 Walter Peterson, Labor 269.44 Maurice Krebsbach, Labor 209.95 Iowa State Bank, Withholding Tax 220.70 Treas., State of Iowa, Tax 24.89 Soc. Sec. Fund, Tax . . .56.29 Ins. Fund, Ins ...... .11.10 McKesson & Robbins, Supp 305.44 Brown Supply Co., Supp.. .265.44 Anderson Brass Co., Supp 262.93 R. J. Funk, Supp 4.38 Redlng's Gravel & Exc., Service 2,622.50 Cowan's, Supp. ..... .5.95 Continental Oil Co., Fuel. .16.46 Glenn's DX Service, Gas.. .41.99 Schultz Bros., Repairs . . . .5.00 Jack's O.K. Tire, Service . .5.00 United Bldg. Centers, Supp 12.04 McMaster-Carr Supp. Co, Supp 32.06 State Hygienic Lab., Service 38.00 Shirley Knoer, Refund . . , .1.88 Don SJogren, Refund < . . . .3.13 Petty Cash, Misc 7.53 CulliganSoft Water, Supp. ..3.69 DEPOSIT FUND James L. Myers et al, Refund 65.00 The Supt. of Utilities was authorized to approve applications IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN ANP' FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 904? ; NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WI^L, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TOCREDI- LIGHXFUND W?$ ! >> Ins. Fund, Ins. $49.95 Soc. Sec. Fund, Tax . . .283.65 Treas. of the state, Tax . .547.14 Sunray DX Oil, Diesel Fuel 1,286.80 Treas. of the State, Use Tax. . .100.82 Pay Roll, Pay Roll. . . .2,584.32 Milton O. Bilyeu, Labor. .310.02 Wilbur E. Bruner, Labor. .210.03 David Van Glnkel, Labor. .149.16 Charles Volk, Labor 179.30 Gary J. Sapoff, Labor . . .141.37 John Wood, Labor 163.44 Iowa State Bank, Withholding Tax 1,017.60 Treas,, State of la., Tax. 143.05 Ins. Fund, Ins 55.50 Soc. Sec. Fund, Soc. Sec. Tax 282.81 Sunray DX Oil, Fuel. . .1,325.80 Mobil Oil, Oil 1,007.72 Zack Bros. Elec. Co., Repairs 130.92 Viking Pump Co., Supp. . ..17.70 Cook's Welders, Supp 6.58 Algona Plumbing, Supp. . .20.67 R. J. Funk, Supp 6.60 Greenberg Auto Supply, Supp. 12.54 Fort Dodge Ind. Towel, Service 3.50 Algona Machine Shop, Repairs .......... .3.04 Skarshaug Testing Lab, Repairs 50.00 Iowa Elec. Supp. Co. Supp. 1,862.28 Crescent Elec. Supp. Co., Supp. 7,204.60 Burmeister Elec. Co., Supp. 108.32 Westinghouse Elec. Supp. Co., Supp • 590.43 Electrical Materials Co., Supp. . . .• 1,181.87 Terry- Durin Co., Supp .63,08 Sieg-Fort Dodge Co., Supp 9,44 Kossuth Motor Co., Repairs 157.49 Glenn/s DX Service, Gas. .100.15 Continental Safety Eqpt. Co., Suppi'W 19.18 J, C. Penney Co., Mdse. .48.47 .Treasurer of the State, Tax. 800.00 Hutzell's, Supp 16,26 The Nat. Cash Reg. Co., Service 326.95 Upper Des Moines Pub, Co., Adv . , 86,70 > Don SJogren, Refund. ... .11.17 v 0. B, Harmes, Exp. , . . .32.00 V,T. James Palmer, Exp, , .16.26 ' Service ,,...,...,.. ,76.87 Petty Cash, Misc. 10.77 North Cen, Pub. Ser, Co,, Gas 7,650,29 The Sherwin-Williams Co., Supp., , .11.84 "Laing's, Repairs ..... .4.40 Taylor Motor Co., for TV towers that meet specification of the 6ity, approved by the City Council and not hazardous to the power lines. An Addendum was approved, amending an agreement by and between the Board and Armstead, Gerhardt & Associates Inc. Next meeting date was set for Nov. 16, 1966, at 12:01 0' Clock p.m. Meeting adjourned. IRA KOHL SECRETARY ALLEN K. BUCHANAN PRESIDENT OF THE BOARD MOTHER or Grandmother truly a "blrlhitoni plcturi" of th« timllyl 14KMLD A IIW with fht IIITHJTOIIB of ehl | dr , n . . , fcusbind ind wife ORDER EARLY I WILTGEN JEWELERS ALGONA Troiuporant Ploillc tasY IOU awake refreshed, relaxed when you've slept beneath a lightweight' electric blanket or sheet. You escape that crushed feeling, no matter how cold the night. • Just dial the comfort control.. , v and rest! • Dpn't just dream about an electric blanket . . . get one today from your favorite dealer's wide selection of colors and styles. And remember ... no gift will be more warmly appreciated! sleep better... electrically! Algona Municipal Utilities

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