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Ledyard Takes Boys' Grown Ledyard downed Ringsted, 64-58, in the finals Monday night, Jan. 23, and claimed the boys' title in the State Line Conference Tournament at Armstrong. Members of the Ledyard club are shown in the above photo from the Fairmont Sentinel. They are, front row, left to right, George Walker, Wayne Logemann, Richard Lloyd, Tom Nauman, Roger Mayne, Ray Govern and Bill Johnson. Back row, left to right, Jerry Rochford, assistant coach, Allen Dontje, Anile Johnson, Doug Kollasch, Marv Johnson, Dale Farrow, Larry Sondorgaard, head coach, and Craig Klocke, manager. Victorious Lakota Girls Seven teams opened play for the title Jan. 23 and the semifinals were held Jan. 25. Coach Steve McCall, varsity basketball mentor at Garrigan, will now hold special workouts for boys lw will contact during future Saturdays. Trophies will go to the tournament champs and league champions. Split Games Algona's Junior high basketball teams shared a pair of games at Brltt Monday afternoon In season wind-up activity. The eighth grade posted a 51-35 victory after the seventh grade dropped a 2824 decision. Three Titonka High Students Get All A's TITONKA - Honor roll for the second 9 - week period at Titonka High School: 9th grade - David Beenken, Karl Boyken, Martha Boyken, Jim Carlson, Beth Engelbarts, Nancy Hilbert, Barbara Hodson, Marilyn Hopkes, Patricia Isebrand, Cheryl Jaren, Jerald Martlnek, Donna Mayland, Marcla Michaelsen, Timothy Miller, Joyce Hasier, Marilyn Post, Gayle Rlck- lefs, Judith Schmidt, Tim Schmidt, Vickie Schrader, Roger Spear, Janyce Struther. 10th grade - Cheryl Cunningham straight A average; Karen Brandt, Joann Engelbarts, Donavon Giesklng, Kay Huisman, Rodney Isebrand, Carol Janssen, Mardean Meier. llth grade - Glen Bartlett, straight A average; Lawrence Beenken, Cynthia Budlong, San- dra Carlson, Karen Eden, Linda Gingrich, Bruce Hanson, Darrel Harms, Lois Janssen, Violet Jaren, Leon Pannkuk, Barbara Post, Linn Roberts, Michael Schmidt. 12th grade - Judy Isebrand, straight A average; Mary Bah- Hng, Arnold Boelkes, James Blain, Robt, Carroll, Sheryl Heesch, Michael Hlggins, Cheryl Hill, David Kitzinger, Paul Larsen, Elaine Mayland, Valerie Miller, Anita Moore, Karen Ricklefs, Susan Roberts,SandraSchut- jer, JoAnn Smldt, Rose Stecker. Jerry Giesklng, David Ferguson, Doug England, Larry Nelson, Reggy Nelson, and Steve Hike were Boy Scouts of Troop 63 who with their Scoutmaster, Richard Koehler, took part In the f wo-day Oneratlon Freezeout new at the Algona Country Club In late January. The regular all-day work meeting for American Legion Auxiliary was held at the home nf Mrs. Louise Mechler Friday. A pui-iucK dinner was en]oyea at noon. Mrs. Recca Hipp acted as assisting hostess. Mark Schroedar, who is employed as an apprentice barber in University Barber Shop, Ames, spent the weekend at his home. Thursday. Feb. 1, 1967 Alflona (la.) Upper Dei Molnw- Naval customs, courtesies and organization, ordnance and gunnery, seamanship, damge con- trul, first aid, swimming and survival, shipboard drills and sentry dutv. PVT. PATRICK CRAWFORD Pvt. Patrick E. Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crawford of Algona, has been selected to attend the Basic Military Journalist Course of the Defense Information School, Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Ind. The course Is similar to college-level Journalism Instruction and will last ten weeks. Pvt. Crawford finished basic training in the U. S. Army on Dec. 17 at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. He was a squad leader and acting corporal as a trainee. He enlisted In the Army Oct. 18 under the Army's guaranteed enlistment choice program. U. S. ARMY, VIETNAM Army Platoon Sergeant Robert J. Batt, son of William Batt Sr., Burt, was assigned to the 588th Engineer Battalion In Vietnam, January 9. Platoon sergeant of the battalion's Company A, Batt entered on active duty in October 1956. The sergeant, whose wife, Patricia, lives at 405 S. Jones St., Algona, is a 1950 graduate of Burt Public High School and attended Upper Iowa University at Fayette. |GO GO DANCER DIANE! «v !j | Notes Of Servicemen * * * NOW THROUGH FEB. 3 SAT., FEB. 4 DIANE PLUS SAN DIEGO, CALIF., — Seaman Recruit Clarence Le Roy Bruns, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence L. Bruns of 201 S. Heckart St., Algona, is undergoing nine weeks of basic training at the Naval Training Center here. He is receiving instructions in * # * # # •K THE EXCITERS PINE ROOM UtJUJUL&UUUULJ * Lakota's JoAnne Junkermeier fired in a field goal with six seconds of play remaining - and the State Line Conference title went to the north Kossuth team on the basis of a thrilling 68-67 victory over Sentral Monday night, Jan. 23. Members of the winning Lakota club are shown in the above photo, courtesy of the Fairmont Sentinel. In the front row, left to right, are Susan Coy, Kathy Christ, Glenda Hertzke, Joyce Leonard, JoAnne Junkermeier, Rhonda Sleper, Judy Johnson and Barbara Coy. In back, left to right, Diane SheldaM, Nyla Hertzke, Sandra Boehm, Patty Lewis, Faye Dorenbush, Becky Berg, Patty Coy and Coach Don Peterson. BIG Basketball Game Friday: Bulldogs Host Clear Lake KOSSUTH COUNTY 'I PORTS] Wrestlers Readying For Sectional Meet Feb. 10 They're all big ones - but the game that can servo as a clincher faces Algona High School's basketball team here Friday night. That's when the Clear Lake Lions, who are in second place in the North Central Conference, come to town for a 2nd engagement with the locals. Coach Howie Stephenson's club, 11-0 in the loop and 14-1 over-all can nail the loop pennant to the wall with a win as Clear Lake trails by three games now, and each team has three games left. The Bulldogs blasted the defending champions, 80-54, at Clear Lake Dec. 16 - and local fans hope for a repeat. At present, Algona is riding the crest of a 7-game winning skein. The Bulldogs opened the season with another 7-game . irlng- and only a two-point defeat by Jefferson keeps the locals off the list of unbeaten In the state. After narrowly downing Humboldt and Hampton, the club showed the type of balance it needs to be great in a fine 7558 victory at Esthervllle last Saturday night. Four starters were In double figures and the fifth Just two points away. Season point leader ( and also tops In the loop) is Tom Claude, who has pumped In 314 points lor a 20.9 average through 15 games. Right behind Is Craie fcspe (the other little but mighty guard) with 285 points and a 19 point mark. Only other Bulldog with an avenge in two figures is Gregg Belts. He's got 157 points and a 10.5 average. Then come Brooke Laws, 119, 7.9; Bill Bol- drldge, 88, 5.9; and Rog Meyer, 84, 5.6. The locals hold a commanding 1133-840 bulge over the opposition In points scored to data, for a 75.6-56 per game offensive and defensive mark. They have scored points faster and allowed less than the high-scoring State Tournament club three years ago. Following the Important Clear Lake fray, the locals travel to Clarion Feb. 10, then host Iowa Falls Feb. 17 In the final regularly-scheduled games of the season. Both are loop frays. Then, District Tournament action begins, with Forest City, Algona High School's Bulldgos, defending State Cahmplons in class A, will open a drive to retain the wrestling title at Clarion Friday, Feb. 10, when the 2-day Sectional Tournament opens. The field will be rugged, but Coach Champ Martin hopes his lads can show more than a thing or two In an attempt to advance men to the District which follows. Winners and ruuners-up in each weight class will qualify for the District meet and men first and second there will go to State. Algona wound up Us dual meet season with a 9-2-1 record- and didn't suffer a defeat after the holidays. Pacing the club will be Clint Young, who remains unbeaten with a 20-0 record to date. The 145-pounder has three falls to his credit and a total of 66 points. Other regulars at dual season's end and their won-lost and point totals are: Denny Petei-sen, 95 Ibs., 12-71, 42; Paul Watklns, 103, 2-2, 8; Tom Lalng, 112, 2-4 6; Larry Munger, 120, 15-4-1, 55; Steve Claude, 127,11-8, 37;DonCamp, 133, 14-2, 56; Randy Riedlnger, 13-3-2, 43; Bruce Bennett, 154, 12-7-1, 42; Max Miller, 18-2, 56; Phil Bode, 12-4-1, 42; and Brad Farnham, heavyweight, 108-2, 36. Munger Is a defending state champion from last spring. Camp is top man In falls with seven and Munger is next with four. Coach Martin has used a total of 18 men In varsity dual meets and three Invitatlonals this sea- son - and the Bulldogs took the Algona and Osage Invitationals ana placed third at Eagle Grove early in the season. The locals have outscored the opposition in duals, 333-163, for an average meet score of 27. 813.6 during the impressive season so far. LuVerne Boys Hit 106 To Knot Record LuVerne won the boys' contest, 106-52, tying the school's scoring record set earlier this season, but the girls dropped an 83-56 decision in a doubleheader with Kanawha at LuVerne Friday night. The win gave the boys an 11-5 season mark. They have a 5-2 North Star Conference record. The boys had six men in double figures and ten who scored during their romp. Doug Nelson topped the list with 19, followed by Roger Hanson and Dennis Hanselman with 14, Don Biis- tow, Mike jsmpiing and Ron Wolf with 12 each, Denny Barber, eight, DarylTrauger, seven, Barry Selby, four, and Duane Will three. Tops for Kanawha were Jim Schrader with 15 and Duane Asbe, 12. Lois Stunick flipped in oa points as Kanawha won the girl's contest. Michele Coyle notched, 29, Linda Wllhelm 14 and Connie Hefty 13 for the Lions as the league leaders had little trouble winning. Algona Team V Is Garrigan Grade Champ Algona n won the annual Garrigan Grade School Basketball Tournament title with a 34-19 victory over Humboldt at Garrigan Fleldhouse Saturday night. Consolation title went to St. Joe with a 32-24 victory In the opening contest. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 9078 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF E3C3C- UTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Emil C. vV-;isbrod, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Emil C. Welsbrod, Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 23rd day of January, 1967, the last will and testament of Emil C. Weisbrod, deceased, bearing date of the 7th day of September, 1966, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Alvena Welsbrod 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 23rd day of January, 1967. /s/ Alvena Welsbrod Executor of said Estate Fenton, Iowa Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt Attorneys lor said Executor Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 31st day of January, 1967. 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N/W 17.50 ' 4 New 710 x 15 FS Nylon tu W/B 16.95 ALSO - SPECIAL PRICES ON FRONT AND REAR TRACTOR TIRES AND DUAL WHEELS ! we uncovered hundreds of tires that we must sell now. We're willing to "deal" on these tires ... discontinued tread designs (brand new tires) ... new car "take-offs" (many matched pairs and sets used less than 100 miles) ... good inspected used tires (some with thousands of miles of tread remaining. We'll have these tires sorted in stacks for eusy selection. Come in and pick your tires and name your price! No reasonable offer will be refused. Be here early for best selection. 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