The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1967 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 9, 1967
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8-Alflona (la.) Upp»r D*s M*>n»i Thursday, Ms. 9, 1966 Wrestlers Open Sectional Coach Champ Varan said this v*ek that the 12 prapnlers who T«iad up the diwl meet season a? would represent Algons School in the Sectional Wrestling Tournament at Clarion _todt}_JThursday) and Friday. Thursday's session begins at S:SO p.m. and the mats will be busy at 4 and 7 p.m. Friday as the meet winds up. Sectional champions and second place finishers will advance to District Tournament competition. Martin's line-up at Clarion will look like this, barring any unforeseen changes: 9? - Denny Petersen (12-7-1)two falls and 4" points. IDS - Paul Watklns (2-E) one fall and eight points. 11£ - Tom Latag (2-4) - six points. 120 - Lurry Mimjrer (15-4-1)- fotir foils and 55 joints, 127 - Steve Clsnde (11-S) two falls and f 7 joints. 188 - Don Cwn? (14-2) - seven falls and 56 joints.. 188 - Randy Riedinser (18-8-2) - 4S points. 145 - Clint Young (£M) three falls and 55 points. 154 - Sruce Bannett (.12-7-1)two falls and 42 joints. 165 - MM; MUler (1S-2) one fall and 56 joints. 180 - Pnfl Bode (12-4-1) two falls sad 42 points. Hwt. - Brad Farahaas ,'10-8-2) - one fall and 85 joints. The Bulldogs, •who posted a 9-2-1 dual meet season, claimed the State class A Championship a year ago wiisn four wrestlers, Hunger, Tom Samp, Dave Martin and Tom Fltzpatrlck, came through with three individual crowns and a second, have only Manger, a champion back from that foursome. Leading the club to its fine dual meet and invitational record this season were Young and Miller. This pair of seniors were given a lot of help as the season progressed by Munger, Petersen (an outstanding fresh- min), Camp, Riedinger, Bennett, Bode and the others. Only Laing and Watkins are doubtful Sectional starters. If they are not ready, Ed Bennett (4-8) and Jerry Simpson (1-6) will take their spots. Sectional and District fields .in this area furnish most of the top class A wrestlers AHS Would Like League Title Win At Clarion ous. Eigft School's basketball team -rill be out to start .another winaiag streak and sack t?p tbe Korth Central Conference basketball crowa with a trip to CUrioa this Saturday night. How- erer, the Cowboys can be troublesome! Coach Howie Stepheason's club, which has run up two 7- gsme skeins of victories oa the way to a 14-2 record, suffered its" first loss in the loop Friday night at the hands of Clear Lake, 86-77 - and now has a 2 - game lead over the Lions with two regularly-scheduled games (both loop affairs) left before tournament action. In a meeting Jan. 3 here, the Bulldogs bopped the Cowboys, 9967, coming very close to setting a scoring record, despite the 27- point scoring of Mike Kalkbrenner, one of the loop's best shooters, and 19 points by Smith. In that game, Tom Claude hit 26 points, Craig Espe 23, Gregg Betts 21 and Bill Boldridge 12 for the locals. Most of the BuUdgos are probably remembering what happened when Clear Lake came to town last weekend for the second meeting - because Algona also bombed Clear Lake the first time around - and the locals probably don't want a repeat by the Cowboys. Clarion has a 5-6 loop mark and it's very deceiving - because the Cowboys are always tough at home. Win Record Goal Of GHS Saturday Garrigan's Golden Bears will be out to tie a local record Saturday night when they travel to Esthervllle for a meeting with the Midgets, top team In the Lakes Conference. A win will give Garrigan a string of 15 straight this season - equalling the record set by Algona's Bulldogs during the 1960-61 season - considered the all-time high by a local high school five. Coach Steve McCall's club posted number 14 straight Saturday night, an easy 84-59 conquest of Carroll Kuemper here. The 14 wins have followed an opening game loss to Ft. Dodge. The current string is a Garrigan record. The Sioux City Diocesan champs have been scoring points at a rapid rate this season - at a pace which is also a Garrigan mark - 78.5 per game, while allowing opponents to score an average of 60.4 points. BUI Reding, who with Dick Muller has broken the career scoring mark at GHS, is the team's leading scorer this season with 278 points and 18.5 average per game. Eeding now has 732 points auring a career that reaches back to his freshman year. L2kel4u!ler, hs it, t senior. duller ic shirt is teoricg this rttt •<. toul oi £21 joint* TUESDAY BB RESULTS BOYS Armstrong 74, Lakota 53 West Bend 65, Mallard 27 Goldfield 95, Boone Valley 53 Thompson 83, Titonka 65 Ringsted 76, Woden-Crystal Lake 62 CAL 66, Corwith - Wesley 61 Sentral 66, Ledyard 58 GIRLS Armstrong 54, Lakota 53 Mallard 48, West Bend 37 Boone Valley 34, Goldfield 31 Tltonka 56, Thompson 42 Woden-Crystal Lake 67, Ring- sted52 Corwith-Wesley 67, CAL 37 Sentral 79, Ledyard 56 World Prayer Day Lutheran Women's Missionary League of the Algona zone, will observe a Day of Prayer Service Friday afternoon, Feb. 10, at 2 p. m. at the Trinity Lutheran church, Algona, la. Llvermore Ladies Aid will be in charge of the service and the fellowship hour which will follow the service. FEB. 13 - MONDAY - Ervin Rierson Sale, 12:00 noon, at farm 1 mile west of the Esthervllle Golf Course and 4-1/2 miles south. Offered are 46 head Holsteins, milking equipment, etc. Sale details in this newspaper Feb. 7. Quinn & Clark, Auctioneers; Iowa Trust & Savings, Esthervllle, Clerk. FEB. 14. TUESDAY - Fred Henderson farm auction to be held at 12:30 p.m. on farm Z north and one east of Emmetsburg, or 1/2 mile north, 3 1/2 west and 2 north and one east of Cylinder. Offered is machinery and much miscellaneous. Sale details In Feb. 9 UDM. Lloyd Berkland and Norman Bortvit, auctioneers; Iowa Trust & Savings, Emmetsburg, clerk. FEB. 15-WEDNESDAY-Robt. Johnson Sale, 1 p. m., at farm 5 miles north of Wesley on blacktop, or 2-1/2 miles east and 5 miles south of Titonka. Complete listing In this newspaper Thursday, Feb. 9. Leek & Quinn, Auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bank, Clerk. FEB. 17, FRIDAY - Walter Heerdt Estate Farm Auction, at farm located from 169-18 Junction at Algona, two miles west -and 1-1/4 miles north on black- top; or from U. S. 18 andHobar- ton blacktop road, go north 1-1/4 miles. Auction Includes livestock, machinery and other usual items including household. Ronald Peck and Lyle Bensen, Auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, Clerk. Details In this newspaper. FEB. 22,WEDNESDAY-Neary Implement Co. auction, starting 6:30 p.m. at Emmetsburg. Offered will be machinery, trucks, fixtures, shop tools, office quip- raent, etc. Sale details 'in Feb. 16 issue of this newspaper. Clark and Clark auctioneers; Palo Alto State Bank, Emmetsburg, clerk. Plan Bake Sale BURT - Members of St. John's Ladies Aid Thursday afternoon voted to sponsor a bake sale at Cunninghams' Tea Room, Saturday afternoon, Feb. 11. They also voted to participate In the L.W.M L. World Day of Prayer services at Trinity Lutheran church In Algona, Friday p. m., Feb. 10. DAUGHTER IS 10 Lisa, daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Kenneth Geilenfeld, celebrated her tenth birthday Feb. 5 and had as guests at a party Connie and Mary Nash, Debra Levy, Janelle McGinnis, Linda Raney, Judy Walker, Louise Black and Verletta Christian. Games were played and refreshments served. - o - PLAYED BRIDGE Mrs. James Kolp was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. - o - HOST MEETING The Methodist Algona sub-district ministers and wives met with Rev. and Mrs. Noland at the parsonage at 9:30 a. m., Feb. 9. The February circle, with Mrs. Max Bartholomew and Mrs. Everett Birr as chairman and cochairman, served the noon meal. HOLD SHOWER Mrs. Ronald Woldera, Mrs. Verl Patterson and Mrs, R. G. Waldera were hostesses at a linen shower for Mrs. Bob Peterson, Sunday, Feb. 5, at the home of Mrs. R. G. Waldera. Mrs. Luverne Wiskus won high at 500 and Mrs. Bob Peterson, low. Door prize was won by Mrs. Carl Ludwig. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson recently lost their household belongings In a fire In their trailer home near Irvington. GARDEN CLUB met Monday with Mrs. Iris Hinton. MR. AND MRS. William Johnson have moved Into the Ernest Egel rental property recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Don Camenisch, who have built a new home on E. McGregor street. Pamline Mfg. Co. Names Dealers jL is til - \'f# i'j: i Ch.r- fi&n. «*pr: - -tif. iititeyis? ii t trwBata- .U^iVJt it KP fjsrasi, vitt £42 JSUt t *tj WKeOOffi, ¥.'l£it v'Ji fi'- mot if ;«.mvi an*. 1 It -> .'.-SJJI: 'JtiDKt JfcWUiq: i aUo.'; V. I A; f .. "It, I 'it, Vwt vuuz : . is,. l.t: Lia.»«. jk If, %*! Uiu - Ui; IHHt(Ul£U. ii. ti, 'tif\< & U'V*rr,t Utfcf-t %. , i* girl* plcUiig up th*ir Bust la 15 oatlftg*, 5&-W, la tit* e taia-raiwr, wWle it* roared to a 97-36 dscWc* tfi ths finale. HAIR STRAIGHT? Need A Permanent? The Place To Go Is Fran's Beautyrama 404 So. Phillips, Algona Tele. 295-3439 WHERE THERE'S A PERMANENT WAVE BONANZA GOING ON I Y/eVe Giving The Following Specials: Jhfe/ri Rhedding Protein Waves Reg. $30 NOW _... $22.50 Jhwri Rhedding Vitamin Waves Reg. $25.00 .__ NOW - — $18.50 Zfifof Prescription Wave R*g. $15.50 ___ NOW —.$10.00 Zoto* Fluid Wave Reg. $12.50 — NOW .. $9.00 . , , . AND 10% OFF ON ALL OTHER PERMANENT* INCLUDING RAYETTE & REALISTIC BRAND PERMANENTS CARD HOSTESS Mrs. William Finn entertained her bridge club Feb. 7. Guests were Mrs. Fern Foster and Mrs. Grady Phillips. - o- FOURTH BIRTHDAY Mr. and M::s. Bernard Dahlhauser entertained at dinner Feb. 5 in honor of the fourth birthday of their grandson, Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Umbrell, Spencer. In attendance were the parents and little daughter Mary Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Umbrell, Sr., Ayrshire, and Mr. and Mrs. Bart Muckey. Other relatives were unable to attend because of the weather. - o - LINEN SHOWER Mrs. Lloyd Gerber and Mrs. Dick Meyer gave a linen shower Feb. 4 for Mrs. Don Dalberg, nee Sharon Gardner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Dalbert have moved to Laurens. Eighteen guests were present at the shower. MR. AND MRS. Louis Egel will be visited over the weekend by their daughter, Judy, who attends the State College at Wayne, Nebr. USED MACHINERY TRACTORS 1959 AC D-17 w/wide front $2450 1964 M.H. Super 90, Loaded $4250 1961 MM M5 w/te!e- • flow hyd, $3100 MM M5 $2895 MM 445 w/3 point __ $1295 MM UB w/power strg. and LPTO $1395 Portable Heaters Champ 120 $135 Champ 120 __ __ $115 Knipco F75 $ 35 Knipco F70 $ 30 Little Red Hen Heater — $ 59 Knipco F80 $ 80 Spreaders MRS. HARRY CUTLER spent the weekend at Council Bluffs with her son, Jody, and family. He is employed with Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. MR. AND MRS. Martin Potratz and Kevin attended the Drake- Louisville basketball game in Des Molnes Wednesday. They also called on "Fuzzy" Robin- ault, who is a patient at the Veterans hospital at Knoxville. MR. AND MRS. Jess Dugan were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Kelly, Sioux Falls, S. D. MR. AND MRS. Durwood Rutledge and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rochleau had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rutledge and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Rutledge, Grlnnell. MRS. ETHEL COLWELL'S return home from St. Mary hospital, Rochester, Minn., has been delayed while a further series of tests are being made. She Is a medical patient and so far It is not anticipated that surgery will be necessary. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Colwell had planned to go there Sunday but she phoned them not to come as It was snowing heavily in the area. USED CARS 1965 Bel Air 4-door Sedan, V8, Radio, Powerglide transmission, 29,000 miles, extra clean-$1,695 1963 Chevrolet Impala, 4-door Sedan, V8, Powergllde, radio, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, new tires- $1,450 1963 Ford 4-door Sedan, 6-cylinder, regular transmission-$775 1963 Mercury Comet, 6-cylinder, radio, regular transmission, very nice-Special this week - $695 1960 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan, radio, 6-cylinder-$295 1960 Ford Galaxle, V8, 4-door, automatic transmission, radio, clean-$395 1959 Plymouth 4-door, 6-cylinder, automatic transmission, radio- $250 1959 Chevrolet 4-door, 6-cylinder, regular transmission, radio-$295 1958 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan, 6-cylinder, regular transmission, radio, extra clean body-$295 1957 Mercury Monterey 4-door, automatic transmission, radio, a good solid unit, driven only 48,000 miles - $295 USED TRUCKS 1965 Chevrolet 2-ton, 102" cab to axle, 327 V8, 2-speed axle, radio, Good 825 x 20 10-ply tires -$2,395 1964 Chevrolet 1/2-ton Pickup, custom cab, V8 engine, near new, heavy duty tires-$1,450 1962 International 2-ton, 108" cab to axle, V8 engine, 2-speed axle, new 825 x 20 10-ply tires-$1,350 1951 Chevrolet 1-ton Truck, 6-cylinder, 4-speed transmission, grain box and stock rack - $295 Pamline Mfg. Co. of Emmets-' i burg, one of the area sponsorsJ No. 207 New Idea'180 of the Corn & ; Soybean clinic^ here Friday, Feb. 10, has/an-"' nounced its slate of product dealers in this area. They include Klein Farm Supply of Algona, Mino Livestock of Swea City, Farmers Co-Op of Ledyard, Tltonka Farm Store, Farmers Co-Op of Lone Rock, Farmers Co-Op of Burt, Robinson Produce of Wesley, Cylinder Lumber of Cylinder, West Bend Elevator of West Bend and Rodman, Carroll Garage in Lu- Verne, The Farmers Co-Op Elevators In Ottosen, Bode and Llvermore In this area, and Wayne Elbert of WMttemore. bii.lPTO Spreader with Heavy Apron Chain $695 New Idea 206 — $495 New Idea 17 $445 MM LS300 __ $125 MM 1200 Shelter $1095 Used New Idea Snow Bucket, recond. $ 80 Moeraft Tractor with snow blower $525 MM 1200 Sheller $895 Tyler Grinder-Mixer __ $1395 BUSCHER BROS. IMPLEMENT 1015 No. Main Algona ***f X^AXX^W^A^WSA ATLAS WEATHER-GUARD <-»**»*»************************ SNOW TIRE SALE! INVENTORY REDUCTION. 550 MUST GO... ALL ARE 110 FIRST LINE NYLON TIRES. All sizes This is the lowest price anywhere for quality tires. We dare you to find a good tire at a lower price. Take advantage of this terrific savings now on these famous quiet snow tires. No 'morning thump" with Atlas. PLUS TAX WHITEWALLS M.OO EXTRA FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE... 400 East State BEHR'S STANDARD ^^^^AkjonaJowa^^ phpne 295-3372

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