The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1948 · Page 5
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twpu 4-H Boys Win County Basket Tourney In Lone Rock FhiaSs Two Trophies Go To Finalists At Burt On Friday Greenwood township's 4-H boys' basketball team won the COUhty 44* basketball tournament. Friday night, March'12, at Burt high school, by a score of 32 to 28, defeating Lone Rock. i,, The Victory looked easy for f Greenwood, until the final quar- I , ' tor, when Lone Rock rallied and ', • closed the scoring gap in a hurry. Had time not run out it is 4 possible the final outcome might have been reversed, Whiilemore Upset ,, the runnerup trophy, went to Lone Rock. Dave Bernhard,-vice president of the county boys' 4-H clubs, presented the trophy to . Lone Rock, He also was a mem- , ber of the Greenwood team, which was awarded the'winncr's trophy, ,by Orville Muller, 'county 4-H president. The upset, of the tournament came Thursday night when the Lone Rock quint defeated Whit- tcmorej 33 to 3l> - Whittemore had been a favorite to.win. The same night Greenwood downed Wesley, 27 to 19, in the other semi-final Contest. Other Tourney Results Other games of the tournament were played in two sections, one at Lone Rock, March 8 and 9, and the south half at . the Academy in Algona. In the fkst round Lone Rock won from Burt by N forfeit, Grant downed Seneca, Prairie defeated Algona, and .Wesley won Union. from defeated Lakbta fay . .one point, Greenwood took Qfanrtr "Wesley overcame Plum Creek and Whittemore won from Prairie. Druggist Mutual Leads Pin Women The Druggist ifautual's bowling team still held a lead of two games in the woman's league on the Barry alleys, after last Wednesday's contests. Mary Frances Carney had the Week's high game, a line of 176. Other top scores were Edith Welter (166), K. Kelly (163), • and Doris Colberg '(159). a Team standings: Team W Druggist Mutual 38 Modernistic ...-„ _'36 Newspapers 32l Modern Cleaners' <:l32' 1 . j / L 31 33 37 37 HOSPITALS Kossuth Hospital March 10—Glen Scger,-Algona, assident; Warren Anderson, Burt, surgery; Aden Thill, Algona, surgery; Mrs. Monte Scabbh, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs. 8% oz. * •"' March 11—Mrs. 'Wilfred Loebig, Wesley, boy, 7 Ibs. March 12—Mrs. Merle , Pratt, Algona, boy, 5 Ibs, March ,13—Mrs Charles Heid-» erscheidt, Algona, slti'gical; Mrs. Alfred Bormann, A»gona, boy, 8 Ibs. 10 oz.; Mrs. Erfe Nelson, Algona, medical. ^-'' March 14—Mrs. Don Guderiari, Algona, boy, 7 Ibs. 12 oz. March ,15—Mrs. Claude Whitehill, Burt, girl, 6 Ibs. 12V 2 oz.; Mr. arid Mfg.- L. were dinner .gubsts A. Malern Sunday of his mother, Mrs, Elizabeth Ma- tcrn, at t CorwitH. , J v^?%'fC Eleanor Fleming A 4-H Hostess Six members of /the more Whizxers met fit the Home of Eleanor Fleming on March ft. Roll call was answered bV riafrt- iHg My Favorite Ho.bby, Janf£e Walters and Eleanor Fleming demonstrated the making 6f a lunch box, Record books worked on. Discussion was centered on health examinations. Plans were made for having a candy sale to raise money for the treasury. Mrs. Woodward was a guest. Singing and dancing was enjoyed as amusement. A deliciou lunch was served by the hostess and her mother.i Next meeting will be with Norma Kollasch, April 3. WANT AD'S BRINGS RESULTS Rolls Truck Four \ Times, Uninjured A Blue Earth man fortunately escaped with nothing more than a bruised knee 'in an auto, accident Saturday evening in, which his pickup truck skidded 76 feet and rolled over four times. The accident happened about 6:30 p. m. on a county road one Tueiday, McffcJi U, 1948 In the second round Lone Rock David Harig, Algona, surgery. NO. 90 OF A SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossuth County " ?.' US DICK YOUNG Dick, 21 year old son of L. S*. Young of >Plum Creek township, was changing a tire pn his car the afternoon we 'drove up the lane, His parents were in town, so we proceeded to make a sketch of Dick. The farm is located 6 miles east and about 3>/2 north of Algona, and consists of a quarter section. In addition, the Youngs farm another 200 acres southwest of the place. A, W. "Bob" Young, now of LaEe, grandfather of Dick, owns the home place, /, Dick Young was born on this .farm, and is a 1944 graduate of AlgonaTiigh, where he won letters in football and wrestling. He served in the Navy months, and (this information was a little hard to pry out of him) is engaged to Miss Shirley Miller, a near neighbor. , if) Hi.' Pick plans to farm permanently. He says he Mfees being one's own boss, and ,he knows farming b,e§t. ,1,, His hobbies are hunting and fishing—he says he dQei., . n't have' enough patience to have a "quiet hobby", /.,*,, Incidentally, the new modern kitchen just recent*, t }y installed in the Young farmhouse is something to behold, and we presume some first-rate cooking comes out'of that beautiful kitchen, ' ., . ?P St. Patrick Hadla Virtue! Ha '* Everyon knows St* Pat ?an the snakes k>. out p! Ireland-r-that's, a virtue $a rt be/i.t commended, 89 is. the virtue of helping" >u to finance this community's principal __ we aid 1 yf , money t9"pi»t yp«? job tiaps. we nm help y°u. March is notable for something else be* sides St. Patrick's fewthd^y, It's tht month when farmers get ge| |pr plant' > ing, , If let's get \ ;;v^X^ ; :|^-^ ' " r **, ' '" 'I»MUM4uyuuiui«.lllu, WiJJUrJ,i^JUWJmf^f^ It-4-i-WJJ4»»MU).*yW' * ' <- -i.fi,!^ " • * £ ' i -' ^^ ' * ' A * r '•^-^ifj^ )ygyt^ft ffl^|j?ilHffl^!ff' ^m»V I >- 3 *V' s 1 "^ 1 "fi '.7^1 T^^^^H^iUSS^p^^S^^^ '"": * f , ? * ^A^h^^^W^WHAW'-WWwrt' .,/ '-" •- o: ,^l|i^:,§|y|l^f^fi ^iri^H^a^^^v / COSTS EASTER atS&L mile south attd two miles' east ei s Elmore, Minn, Eldo Foshess, Blue Earth, dM* ing the machifte, wa's going west on a county road. There w"as a raise in the road and iri £oing over it he lost control of the truck which hit a soft shoulder and went into gymnastics. State patrolman Dick Meehah investigated the acddentand Earth. eran boldt editor// 6f Republican '' * Humboldt taken* to ------- «-.—--»Dodge, Sunday, Malch >ldt Independent . 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