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10— Algona, (la.) Upper D«i Maine* Thursday, Feb. 16, 1967 Sentral Meet Sentral dumped Ayrshire's well-balanced club, 76-64, and Twin Rivers got past Rlngsted, 50-40, at Sentral and Kanawha downed Woden-Crystal Lake, 8275, In overtime and Corwith Wesley edged Ledyard, 48-47, at LuVerne In Girls' Sectional Basketball Tournament action Tuesday night. Finals and consolation games at all sites are slated tonight (Thursday ), with first, second and third place teams all gaining the right to advance to District Tournament competition next Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. The Sentral tournament representatives will play at Rolfe. Sentral, which posted win number 20 against only three losses, got off to a 25-15 lead In the first period against Ayrshire and made the bulge stand for victory. The Satellites led 4430 at the half and 58-47 at the end of the third round. Vicki Elmers led the winners In scoring with 33 points, followed by Betty Wehrspann with 21 and Teresa Volgt notched 17. Connie Loomls scored 24 points, Pam Broderson 20 and Peg Kassel 16 for the losers. Twin Rivers had to come up with a big fourth quarter to get past Ringsted. The winners and losers were tied 11-11 at the quarter and 22-22 at the half and Rlngsted led 31-30 at the end of the third. Twin Rivers then rallied and pulled out the win. Susie Cran notched 24 points and Connie Christiansen got 22 for Twin Rivers, while Carol Sorensen scored 31 for Rlng- sted. So, the finals tonight will find Sentral meeting Twin Rivers at Sentral and Kanawha tangling with Corwith-Wesley at LuVerne. Box score: Sentral (76) FG FT F Wehrspann Elmers Voigt Ditsworth Lockwood Blanchard Douglas Krause Brandow Geitzenauer 8 11 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 24 5 11 11 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 28 1 3 1 2 0 3 3 4 1 2 20 MONDAY WINNERS In Monday frays, Ledyard got past LuVerne, 35-29, and Kanawha bested Boone Valley, 77-60, at LuVerne; Sentral blasted Rolfe, 92-47, and Rlnsted slipped past Armstrong, 60-56, at Sentral; and Twin Rivers downed Laurens, 46-38, and Ayrshire belted West Bend, 66-33, at West Bend. Ledyard grabbed a 12-6 first period edge over LuVerne and made the lead stand up all the way for victory. The winners led, 16-12, at halftime and 2218 at the three-quarter mark. Rae Ann Lloyd topped Ledyard with 20 points, while Mlc- hele Coyle got 13 for the losers, who came up with one more field goal and eight less free tosses than the winners. Lois Stufllck, one of the state's top point-producers, canned 63 in Kanawha's victory over Boone Valley. She slammed in 26 field goals and added 11 free throws to lead her club to the win. Kanawha led 23-18 at the quarter, 41-27 at halftime and 56-44 at the end of three. Roxanne Barracks got 26 points for the losers. State Line Conference champion Sentral led Rolfe only 19-12 at the quarter and 35-29 at halftime, then blistered the net during a furious last-naif assault to win handily. Betty Wehrspann topped the winners, who now have a 19-3 record, with 24 points, while Marsha Hansen flipped in 34 for the losers, who wound up 4-15 for the season. Sentral led, 57-38 at the three-quarter stop. Ringsted had to fight off a late challenge to down Armstrong. The winners led 12-11 at the quarter, 32-28 at halftime and 52-40 with eight minutes remaining, then had to hang on for victory. Norma Watson got 26 points for Rlngsted and Claudia Cecil notched 22 for the losers. Twin Rivers upped its season mark to 12-6 as Susie Cran tossed In 25 points to lead her mates past Laurens. The winners led 13-10 at the end of one, 24-33 at the half and 33-31 at the three- quarter mark. Glna Llnd topped the losers with 27 points. Ayrshire raced to a 36-12 halftime lead and had little trouble with West Bend as Pam Broderson counted 25 points. Betty Greiuert notched 12 Twin Rivers Girls In Sectional Final S KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS ^ . -^ Bears, Bulldogs Wind Up Regular Slates This Week T-Rivers Teams Finish Third And Fourth A total of five Twin Rivers basketballers finished among the top scorers In the girls' and boys' division of the Twin Lakes Conference this season. The girls finished third In the loop with an 8-6 record, a 55.2 offensive average (6th In the league) and a 51.2 defensive mark, good for second. The boys wound up tied for fourth with a 7-7 record, a 75.6 offensive average (second) 9 Bulldogs Seek District Championship, Urbandale Donald Two local high school basketball teams, Garrigan High and Algona High, wind up their regular 19GG-67 slates with a full round of activity tills weekend. Coach Steve McCall's Golden Bears will put thslr 14-2 record on the line twice, traveling to Ft. Dodge and a meeting with St. Edmond Friday night, then return- Ing home for a fray with Emmetsburg in the season finale the following night. Coach Howie Stephenson's Bulldogs, owners of the North central Conference championship and possessors of a 15-2 season mark, play their final game Friday when the Iowa Falls Cadets come to town for a loop contest. Garrigan is all-victorious against St. Edmond and Catholic. The Bears downed St. Edmond here Dec. 16, 88-64, and at Ft. Dodge Jan. 22, 77-73 , In the CYO Tournament. In the only meeting with Catholic Jan. 17, the locals came out on top, 7170. The Bulldgos met and defeated Iowa Falls there Jan. 6, 73-48, and should down the loop tail- enders on their own court. However, the Cadets are an improved club and could give the locals a real battle. Algona takes a 12-1 league record into the contest, while Iowa Falls is 2-10. Garrigan will be out to get back on the winning track Friday after sustaining Its first loss In 15 games at Esthervllle Saturday night, 73-69. The winning string was the longest in the school's history - and the team is practically certain to finish with the best won-lost record at the school. Dick Muller, Garrigan's all- time scoring leader, now has 832 points In the book, while Bill Reding, second on the all- time list witli 753 points, has topped the club In scoring through the last three contests. Reding has scored 299 points this season and an 18.7 average, while Brian LaBarre has 258 points and a 16.1 pergamemark. Muller is next with 250, 15.6; then comes Joe Becker, 206 12.9 Jack Muller, 89, 5.6; and Jim Youngwirth, 80, 5. Meanwhile, the Bears are cruising along with a 78-polnt offensive average, having scored 1,246 points, while 16 opponents have scored 979 points, an average of 61.2 per game. Bulldog fans are hoping their favorites can wind up the regular slate on a good note - as seven seniors wind up their home court careers. Tom Claude and Craig Espe, who have been at the top (or near it) all season in the loop scoring race, now stand first and third, respectively going into the last game. Claude has 274 points and a 21.1 average and Espe is 247, 19. Sandwiched in between is Ken Grablnski, Clear Lake galnt, who has counted more than half of his 250 points (19.3) in the last four loop games for his team. Claude probably has the title cinched - so the race for second is on bet ween Espe and Grablnski. Other top scorers for the Bulldogs are Gregg Betts, 177, 10.4; Brocke Laws, 136, 8; Bill Boldridge, 98, 5.8; Rog Meyer, 90, 5.3; and Tom Jones, 46," 2.9. As a team, Algona has scored 1,282 points, an average of 75.5 per outing, while giving up 975, 57.4. The combined won-lost totals of the two local teams, 29.4, is by far the finest ever in a single season. Teacher Back To Classroom After Mishap Mrs. Marianne Chalstrom, Algona school teacher, was back In the classroom Tuesday morning— and happy to be after narrowly escaping serious injury in a single-car mishap the night before. She was alone at 10 p. m. In the Chalstrom's Thunderbird, headed for Algona from a meeting when the crash occurred. The vehicle was headed north on highway 169 eight miles south of Algona. As Mrs. Chalstrom approached a large, narrow bridge, the right side of the vehicle struck the bridge as she met another vehicle from the north. The Chalstrom car then ricocheted through the bridge, struck the other side, zoomed out the north end of the bridge and slammed into a ditch. It then struck a driveway, bounced over it, and came to a stop on Its wheels. A witness said after the mishap he couldn't figure out why the auto didn't roll end-over- end, but it didn't. Mrs. Chalstrom was taken to St. Ann hospital and treated for minor head cuts and bruises and released. The auto was heavily damagea- posslbly a total loss. UNION ALETHEANS - Union Aletheans 4-H Club held its annual Fathers' Supper Feb. 7, with seven fathers present. Jean Ann Dodds and Julie Mole- cek had charge of the recreation and music. Decorations were by Kathy Hanson, Mary Lou Nitchals and Holly Haas. Two area students at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., are In the college choir now giving a concert series in the midwest. They include Caryl Larsen of Armstrong and Carolyn Ley of Lakota. Daryl Pommer Is King Nominee The February meeting of the Wesley Boys' 4-H Club was held Feb. 7, at the Doan Methodist church, called to order by vice- president Tony Muehe. Roll call was answered by 17 members. Minutes of the last meeting were read by Duane Kunkel. New business was to select a king candidate for 4-H fun night at Burt. Daryl Pommer was elected. Also discussed was practice for 4-H basketball. It was decided that the first practice would be held on March 4th. Meeting was adjourned and followed by two demonstrations. The first, by Bessie Skow, the other by Carl and Bill KUey. Algona Woman's Father Passes Boyd Imhoff, Sr., 62, of Pocahontas, died about midnight Sunday at University Hospital, Iowa City, where he was admitted Feb. 10. He had been In failing health since May, 1965. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the Methodist church in Pocahontas with Rev. Max Taige officiating. Surviving are his widow, Zeltha; six children, Mrs. Robt. Speich, Algona, Mrs. Dennis Hudson, Laurens, Mrs. Robt. Bethune, Mrs. Richard Groff, Gary and Boyd, Jr., all of Pocahontas; 13 grandchildren; a brother, Meredith, Somers. DISAPPOINTED WICHITA, Kan. — The preschool lad who attended a Boy Scout Court of Honor In a southeast Wichita church with his mother wiggled In his seat and finally whispered audibly "Mommy, I don't see the bottle," he persisted. "You said we were going to see a quart of honors." WARNING Persons who are highly aller- (Tic to Insect s tines and liable to get violent reactions to them, should avoid wearing bright jewelry and leather, which, alone with certain odors, attract stinging Insects, warns the I'nlte'l States Department of Agriculture Boys Sectionals Boys' Sectional Basketball Tournament action opens at sites all over the state next Monday, Feb. 20, with area class A teams slated to go into meets at Armstrong, Britt, Mallard, West Bend and Pocahontas in this vicinity. Semi-final games are to be played Feb. 22, followed by finals the next night. Ottosen Lady Is Honored On Birthday OTTOSEN - Mrs. Albert Thorsen was honored at a surprise birthday dinner Sunday night at the August Schafer home at West Bend. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zlnnel of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Schafer and Kim and Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark of West Bend and Dorothy Fuchsen of Pocahontas. Saturday afternoon, Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark honored her sister Mrs. Albert Thorsen of Ottosen at a birthday coffee at her home in West Bend. Other guests were Mrs. Harvey Thorsen and Clara, Mrs. Charles Welter and Naomi Strutters. - o - Mrs. Kate Jacobson andLeRoy visited at the Art Bartlett home ; and with Mrs. Gail Stoddard and family at Titonka from Tuesday' until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann were Saturday supper guests at the Frank Allen home at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson were Sunday dinner guests at the John Larson home, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson and famllyofDuncombewere Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Olson homo. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Michelson of Livermore were Sunday dinner guests at the Erling Malmln home. Afternoon visitors were Mrs. Fred Scharf of Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Knudsen of Dakota City, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Benjamin of Bradgate and Mr. and Mrs. John Seifken of Gilmore City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson attended a party Saturday night at the home of Caroline and Victor Madsen. They helped Victor celebrate his birthday which was Feb. 10. The daughter born to Mr. and Mrs, Richard Zeman Feb. 4 was baptized Sunday at St. Joseph Catholic church. She is Cynthia Sue. Guests at the Zeman home afterward were Mr. andMrs. Albert Zeman of Dakota City, L. A. Rlpperger and Leonard Jr. of Rofe, Mr. and Mrs. Don Besch and Steve of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs, Jim Larson and Larry of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker and family of Bode, Howard Zeman of Ames, Marilyn Zeman of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zeman and Norman. Mr. and Mrs. James Banwart and family were Saturday dinner guests at the Silar Banwart home, West Bend, to celebrate James' birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem returned home Wednesday night from a two week trip by plane to California, At San Diego, they visited Mrs. Watnem's sister, Mrs. Bethel Espe and her brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Harland Mitsven and George Mits- ven. They also visited Kenneth Guiggisberg, a nephew, who is in the navy. Enroute home, they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Guiggisberg at Ft. Dodge, parents of Kenneth. Kevin, Caryl and Le Ann Speich of Algona spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Speich. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speich were called to Iowa City to see her father Boyd Imhoff. Arthur Petersen visited Edna, Donald and Ray Powell at Traer Wednesday. With a possible District Tournament title as a target, Coach Champ Martin and nine of his Algona high school wrestlers will travel to Urbandale this weekend for two days of competition that should tell how rugged the locals are. The nine wrestlers form the largest delegation Algona High has even sent to a district meet. Shooting at possible individual titles and subsequent trips to the State Tournament a week later at Waterloo will be Danny Petersen, 95 Ibs., Steve Claude, 127, Don Camp, 133, Randy Rle- dlnger, 138, Clint Young, 145, Bruce Bennett, 154, Max Miller, 165, Phil Bode, 180, and Brad Farnham, heavyweight. Petersen, Riedinger, Young and Bennett copped Sectional titles and the other five nabbed seconds as the Bulldogs pounced on the championship at Clarion last Thursday and Friday. Opponents for the locals In first round competition at Urbandale Friday have not been determined as yet. First round winners will advance to the semis and semi winners to the finals the following day. Title win- nors and runners- up gain their right to go to the State Meet. Young, of course, Is the wln- nlngest Bulldog with an unblemished 23-0 mark this season - and a total of 77 points so far. He's registered four falls. Miller Is 21-3, with 65 points and one fall; Camp, 17-3 with eight falls and 67 points; Riedinger, 16-3-2 and 52points; Bode 15-5-1, four falls, 55 points; Petersen, 15- 7-1, three falls and 53 points; Bennett, 15-7-1, two falls, 51 points; Claude, 14-9, three falls, 48 points; and Farnham, 13-9-2, two falls, 47points. Coach Martin said this week that his outfit will have to be at Its best in the District against a tough field if a good showing is to be made. New Vehicle Soles Total 24, Past Week Vehicle registrations at the office of County Treasurer Don Jorgenson hit 24 here last week. Owners of new vehicles are; Chevrolet - H. V. Larson, Lone Rock, .pickup; D. W. Hatn- zinger, Fenton, pickup; G. J. or Magdalen Hike, Algona; E. A. Elsenbacher, Wesley. Ford - Elmer Dole Co., Irvington, pickup; D. B. Ruste- meier, Bancroft, pickup; E.F.or Garnita Bauer, Bancroft; Barbara Jean or Ronald A. Schroeder, Swea City; D. H. Martin, Swea City, truck-tractor; L. R. Kees, Algona, pickup. Dodge - J. L. or Verda Trauger, Livermore; Bernice or Claude Haag, Swea City. CMC - D. A. Larson, Wesley, truck; Joe Bradley Equip., Algona, truck. Mercury - S. E. Johnson, Lakota. Buick - J. B. Isebrand, Titonka; p. C. or Darlene Geilenfeldt, Lakota. Pontiac - Shirley A. Wellendorf, Algona. Olds - C. H. Beck, Fenton; L. R. Banwart, West Bend. Chrysler - Klein's Farm Supply, Algona. Rambler - Jane Ann Nettleton, Algona. Plymouth - Car Lease Co., D. K. Shaw, Algona. Freightliner - S. T. Wickliff, Algona, truck-tractor. Slate Another Cake Decorating Class, Algona Due to continued interest, an adult cake decorating class conducted by the Algona Community School is scheduled to begin Monday evening, Feb. 27, at 7:30 p.m. This is the second class covering these techniques to be offered by the school this year. The instruction will be similar to that being presented in the class currently being held. Mrs. Russel Kauffman, the present instructor, will conduct the class. The class will consist of 5 session of 2 hours each to be held on Monday evenings at Algona High School. Tuition charge will be $2.50 for the entire instruction. It is requested that anyone interested in participating in this class indicate their desire by Feb. 24. Contact Elgin Allen, high school principal, or Frank Brusie, Adult Education, Algona Community High School. When registering for the class, submit your name, address and telephone number. Freezing Rain, Snow And High Winds Hit Area The edge of a predicted blizzard, accompanied by frigid temperature readings, slipped into this area Tuesday afternoon after a couple of spring-like days- and by 9 a. m. Wednesday things looked plenty bleak. Very light snow, with high winds whisking It around, arrived during the wee hours Wednesday. Freezing rain began to fall about 7:30 a. m. the same day and snow moved In, making It nasty by 9 a. m. Schools in the area began closing about 9 a. m., with students let out at Algona's public schools at 9:30 as the weather worsened. High mercury reading during the period was 48 degrees Monday and the low was -4 a day earlier. Traces of snow were registered Feb. 10-11-12-13. Here are the readings: Tr. Tr. Tr. Tr. H L Feb. 9 39 15 Feb. 10 36 32 Feb. 11 19 1 Feb. 12 29 -4 Feb. 13 48 11 Feb. 14 42 31 Feb. 15 - 17 Remembering the months of March and April during recent years, area residents know there's still plenty of time for "old time winter." Mrs. Goeders, 77, Services Set For Today Funeral services for Mrs. John Goeders, 77,Ruthven,willbeheld at 10 a. m. Thursday at Assumption Catholic church in Emmetsburg. Rev. Francis Conway, Sioux City, a nephew of the deceased, will officiate. Burial will be in St. John's cemetery. Mrs. Goeders, the former Margaret Kliegl, was born and reared in Palo Alto county. In 1908 she married John Goeders at Whittemore. They farmed in the area until a few years ago when they retired and moved into Ruthven. Mr. Goeders died in 1965. Surviving are eight children: Lucille Goeders, Spencer, Mrs. Ronald Chapman, Emmetsburg, Mrs. Ernest Whitman, Denver, Colo., John, Jr., Altoona, Joseph, Albert Lea, Minn., George, Santa Ana, Ted and Tom, both Reseda, Calif.; 18 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Three sisters, Mrs. J. G. Fogarty, Emmetsburg, Mrs. Geo. Slagle, Milwaukee, Wise., and Mrs. Frank Mclntire, Hoodsport, Wash.; and seven brothers, Henry Kliegl, Joseph Kliegl and Conrad Kliegl, all of Emmetsburg, George Kliegl, Cylinder, Robert Kliegl, Los Angeles, Calif., Roy Kliegl, Whittemore, and Art Kleigl, Chicago, also survive. Mrs. Goeders died Saturday afternopn at Santa Ana, Calif., where she was spending the winter. Two Accidents Reported Here To Sheriff Two weekend mishaps in this area were reported to the sheriffs office here. Monday at 11:55 a. m., a car driven by Delane C. Pooch, Algona, and a truck driven by Ervln Emick, Humboldt, collided a half- mile north and 2-1/2 east of Irvington on a blacktop road. They collided at an entrance to a driveway, with $400 damage resulting to the auto and unesti- mated damage to the truck. At 2 a. m. Sunday, an auto driven by Albert D. Langerman, 52, Fenton, struck the right side of a bridge two miles east and 3-1/2 south of Armstrong, resulting in an estimated $800 damage to the vehicle. AOK Meeting The meeting of the Algona A. O.K. 4- H Club was held Feb. 11, at 1:15 p.m. at the Extension office. Hostesses were Mrs. Nash and Mrs. Lallier. Guests were Mrs. Frideres, Mrs. Detrick, and Mrs. Hensley. Demonstrations were given by Kathy Cooper and Patty Detrick, Becky Meyer, and Kim Thuente. A talk was given by Janis Haag. Becky Meyer was elected queen candidate for the club for Fun Night. 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 blacktop ; or from U. S. 18 and Hobarton 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. 18, SATURDAY - Walter A. Bell sale, on the Mrs. Brophy farm, 4 1/2 miles north of Algona on U.S. 169, starting at 10 a.m. Offered is machinery, household goods, furniture, sheep and many other items advertised in detail in issue of Feb. 14 Upper Des Moines. Auctioneers, Quinn & Leek; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. FEB. 21, TUESDAY - Doug Selbert farm sale, 4 miles west and 1 mile north of Fenton, or 2 north and 2 east of Depew. Sale includes much power machinery, other equipment, household goods, and consigned articles. Lyle Bensen & Clalr Clark, auctioneers; Emmet County Bank, Ringsted, clerk. Sale details in Feb. 16 issue of Upper Des Moines. FEB. 22,WEDNESDAY-Neary Implement Co. auction, starting 6:30 p.m. at Emmetsburg. Offered will be machinery, trucks, fixtures, shop tools, office quip- ment, etc. Sale details in Feb. 16 issue of this newspaper. Clark and Clark auctioneers; Palo Alto State Bank, Emmetsburg, clerk. FEB. 23, THURSDAY-Vaughn Hoover farm auction, 1/2 east of Burt, 1 north and 1 1/2 east ; or from Titonka, 6 1/2 west and 2 south. Machinery line, 33 stock cattle, misc. etc, Leek & Quinn, auctioneers; Tltonka Savings Bank, clerk. Sale details in Feb. 21 issue. FEB. 25, SATURDAY-Merwyn Pergande closing out auction on farm two miles west of LuVerne on 408, 1/2 north on the west side of road, beginning at 1 p.m. Line of machinery, Ayrshire calves and miscellaneous items. Ronald Peck and Raymond Spencer, auctioneers and clerks. Details in UDM Feb. 21. Dubuque U. Grad James W. Finn is one of 22 January graduates of the University of Dubuque, College of Liberal Arts. He was awarded the bachelor of arts degree. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Finn of 501 E. Elm, Algona. France Trip Cheryl Wonderly, Livermore, student at Twin Rivers High School, is among the group of high school students who will go to France in July and August on a six-week study tour under the direction of the University of Clermont Ferrand at the Lycee Presles in Vichy, Sister Mary Alfred, who teaches French at Garrigan, has been selected as chaperone and Sister Mary Magdeline, Hem sen, and a former teacher at Garrigan, will be her assistant. Services for Donald V. Benson, 42, rural Swea City, were held at 1:30 p. m. Wednesday at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church In Ledyard. Mr. Benson died at 4:35 p. m. Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. Robert Barslou, Sr., rural Swea City. Death was attributed to a heart attack. Mr. Benson was born Dec. 6, 1924 at Ft. Dodge. He graduated from Ft. Dodge High School and Ft. Dodge Junior College. He had been a bookkeeper for Johnson Produce in Swea City for the past 10-1/2 years. Prior 'to that, he had been a bookkeeper for the Lynch Impl. in Ledyard. Survivors Include three brothers and five sister; Clifford, Russel and Kenneth, all of Ft. Dodge; Mrs. Harvey Hosier of Forest City; Mrs. Jens Madsen, Swea City, Mrs. VernaSopa- vick, Ft. Dodge; Mrs. Robert Barslou, Sr., Swea City, and Mrs. Richard Mescher, Bancroft. Garry Funeral Home, Bancroft, was In charge of arrangements. Rev. Victor Vriesen officiated and burial was at Oakland cemetery, Ft. Dodge. Darlene King Succumbs At Albuquerque Darlene King, 42, wife of New Mexico University Basketball Coach Bob King, died at their home In Albuquerque, New Mexico, Tuesday following a lengthy Illness. Mrs. King had been in ill health for several years and hospitalized a number of times In recent years. She and her husband lived here In the late forties and early fifties while he was basketball and baseball coach and assistant in football at Algona High School. Mr. and Mrs. King were both originally from Gravity, la., and rites for her are slated to be held In her home'state.' • .-; Besides Mr. King; survivors Include a daughter and two sons. Corwith Farmer Wins Max Sloan, Corwith area farmer, with an official yield of 184 bushels per acre, was named Iowa winner in the 1966 National Corn Yield Contest sponsored by the National Corn Growers Association. The nationwide winner was a Tlpton, Ind. farmer with 215 bushels per acre. Twenty-acre fields are basis of judging. Sloan, with his son, Robert, farms 480 acres. To Avco Meeting Barbara Weydert of Algona is among 24 young women from Avco Finance offices In Iowa who will hold a training meeting, Feb. 25, In Des Moines, sponsored by the Avco Finance Co. FOR INCOME TAX SERVICE CALL Charles Bloom 295-3112 RECTANGULAR COLOR TV for LESS THAN $300 PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $2.58 JJJ, WHY WAIT ANY LONGER? HAVE COLOR TV IN YOUR HOME ELECTRONIC SPECIALTIES 416 DIAGONAL $T. — AIGONA, IOWA — PHONE 295-3319

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