The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1965 · Page 12
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15—Alpenn, (la.) Upp»r Dt* MolnM Thursday, March It, 1965 Swea City, Algona Contribute To So. Dakota State Champs Globetrotter Magicians Here Mar. 13 A benefit basketball game, with the Harlem Globetrotters playing the New York Nationals, is being sponsored by the Algona Rotary Club Saturday, March 13, at the Garrigan high school gymnasium. Proceeds from the program, which starts at 8 p. m., will go to charity. This is the International edition of the Globetrotters, featuring ringleaders Bob (Showboat) Hall and J. C. Gibson, each a veteran of more than 10 years with the club. The Nationals are an array of former college, junior college and military service star players, led by player-coach Bob Stoermer, formerly of the University of Oklahoma. There will be special entertainment before the game and between halves. BROOKINGS, S. D. - Capturing six individual championships, two seconds and a pair of thirds, South Dakota State earned the 1965 North Central Conference team championship here Saturday night, outscoring defending titlest State College of Iowa, 103 to 82. Members of State's title squad are left to right, front row, Terry Linander, 147-pound champ from Spearfish; Mick Hurlburt, Swea City, Iowa heavyweight runner-up, Wayne Paulsen, two-time 130-pound champ from Worthington, Minn.; BillTaggart, two-time 167-pound king from Wadena, Minn.; Darrel Smith, Mobridge, third at 177; back row, Duane Dean, Scotland, 191- pound runner-up; Frank Murphy, 115-pound champ from Blue Earth, Minn.; Don Miller, two-time 123-pound champ from Willmar, Minn.; Mike Kain, Algona, Iowa, third at 157; Al Morton, Redfield, 137-pound champion; and Coach Warren Williamson. 4-H Basketball Tourney Begins With 40 Teams North Kossuth Buys Xmas Seals SWEA-EAGLE - The Christmas seals sales report as given by Mrs. Dettmer Thompson, north Kossuth chairman, is as follows, with towns, gross amount and chairmen: Bancroft - $88.50 - Mrs. Stanley Hatlestad; Burt - $138. Mrs. Lance Riebhoff; Fenton $132.91 - Mrs. Jessie Newel; Lakota - $81.38 - Mrs. Jerry Heetland; Ledyard - $61.50 Mrs. Henrietta Dontje; Lone Rock - $57 - Mrs. A. A. Krueger; and Swea City - $165.50 Mrs. Roy Valvick. Townships, gross sales and chairmen are as follows: Burt $63 - Mrs. Delmar Angus; Eagle $50 - Mrs. Andrew Brones; Fenton - $85.60 -Mrs. Reuben Lued- ttce; German - $76.50 - Mrs. John Welhousen; Grant -$45.75 Mrs. Kenneth Patterson; Greenwood $65. - Mrs. Philip Inman; Harrison - $65. - Mrs. Selmer Uhr; Hebron - $68.50 - Mrs. Swen Larsen; Ledyard - $63. Mrs. Arlowe Blome; Lincoln $57.50 - Mrs. Edward Sheldahl; Ramsey - $55. - Mrs. Floyd Yackle; Seneca - $88. - Mrs. Henry Looft; Springfield -$50.50 Mrs. John Kramersmeir; and Swea - $84.50 - Mrs. Francis Torine. The gross amount in the 1964 campaign was in the amount of $1643.14 for North Kossuth with a gain over last year's receipts. While lilgh school basketball tournaments gather momentum throughout the state, Kossuth County 4-H'ers will also have a chance to get in on the excitement as they begin their annual tournaments. Barney Thllges, the supervisor in the south half of the county, Floyd Bode, Cecil Thoreson, the supervisor in the north half of the county and Niok< .Thomson,.' recently met to make the club parings as both the Junior and senior 4-H teams will begin play on March in the Lakota gym. The game schedule follows: March 8, at Lakota (Juniors) Aggressive Lads vs. Ramsey; Eagle vs. Buffalo, Seniors; Fenton vs. Aggressive Lads; Grant vs. Ramsey. March 10, at Lakota (Juniors) Greenwood vs. Seneca; Seniors Buffalo vs. Eagle; Swea-Harrison vs. Burt. March 12, at Swea City (Juniors), Grant vs. Lakota- Ramsey winner. Seniors Greenwood vs. Seneca. March 13, at Wesley, Seniors Wesley vs. Algona Dairy. March 15, at St. Joe (Juniors) LuVerne vs. St. Joe, Wesley vs. Whittemore; Cresco vs. Prairie Seniors - Plum Creek vs. Garfield; Lotts Creek vs. Union. March 16, at St. Joe (Juniors) Cresco vs. Prairie; Union vs. Garfield. Seniors - LuVerne vs. St. Joe; Prairie vs. Whittemore. The finals in both divisions will be held at the Burt gym, March 29. Vocation Night At High School College and Vocations Night will be held in the Algona high school, March 17, at 7:30 p. m. The other high schools in the county have also been invited. The guidance department would like to urge the parents to accompany their students Miss Kathryu Sorensen and James Andreasen, guidance counselors, are in charge of the arrangements. 10 Superiors For Garrigan In CYO Speech Garrigan high school students who competed in the CYO speech finals at Fonda Sunday brought home 10 superior ratings and eight excellent ratings. The students are coached by Sister Mary Michael and Sister Mary Ignatius. Winning superior ratings were Constance Cassel, Mary Bray, Constance Bormann, Gary Loe- blg, Victoria McGuire, Linda Dodds, Joan Campbell, Mary Jean Mertz, Lucille O'brien and Corinne Bormann. Winning excellent ratings were Ruth Cassel, Mary Beth Sterba, Krlstlne Plathe, Diane Bode, Janet Erpelding, Eileen Reilly, Lucinda Bradley and Barbara Winkel. Sister Mary Ignatius will take the debate team, which she has coached, to the debate finals at Carroll Kuemper March 14. For the affirmative are John Bradley and Daniel Bray, and negative, Gerald Miller and Steve Schuller. Concert Singer Slated Here This Sunday NINA DOVA, international concert singer "and guitarist, will appear In Algona under the auspices of the Community Concert Association Sunday, March 14, at 3 p.m. at the high school auditorium. Using a wide range and variety of songs with vividly striking costumes, Miss Dova has sung in Dallas, Los Angeles and New York, as well as Canada and London. Although born in London, she has lived in Canada, France, and South America, and is now a citizen of the United States, residing in New York City. It was during a tour of South America that she began her mastery of the guitar and collected songs from their native sources and since then, Miss Dova has appeared on the Ed Sullivan and Arthur Godfrey television shows as well as countless others In this country and abroad. Wed 40 Years Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Light, Emmons, Minn., will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary March 14 from 2 to 5 p. m. at Lime Creek Lutheran church, Emmons, Minn. No invitations are being sent and all friends and relatives are invited. The Lights are former area residents. Pledges Sorority CEDAR FALLS - Sally Steele of Algona, a State College of Iowa coed, was among the 93 women who pledged the seven social sororities at SCI during spring rush. She pledged Pi Theta Pi sorority. OOP the spring conference of Iowa Council of Republican Women will be held March 18-19 at Hotel Kirkwood, DesMoines. Everyone Is welcome. Mrs. L. L. Riter, Algona, is chairman of the state membership committee and also on the executive board. Mrs. Betty Schutter as district president will be an official hostess. Will Re-Tape Heart Beats, 161! Students Heart retapings are being conducted today (Thurs.) at the Wesley public school and next Thurs. at the Bancroft public school. In charge Is Dr. Luke Shang of Mason City, who Is being assisted by a technologist from the heart station at Iowa Methodist hospital In Des Molnes, Mrs. Mary Swanson, program director of the Iowa Heart Association, and Joyce Hayden, county public health nurse. Of the 2,965 who were originally taped in May, 168 have been called for retaping. However, it should be stressed that these recalls are partially due to technical difficulty. The recall in no way indicates that there Is any heart condition. Of the 3,523 who were taped in January, 88 were called for a retaping. Of these, only seven were asked to report for further examination. Any person who was a senior when these original tapings were made, and who has been recalled, be he In college or not In school at present, is welcome to attend either the clinic at Wesley or at Bancroft, to be retaped without charge. This is a pilot research program of the American Heart Association and Kossuth was one of only a select few rural counties in which the program is being carried out, with 6,408 students being taped. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY No. 8671 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROBATE OF WILL IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF George Clnk, Deceased. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that on the 22nd day of March, 1965, at 10 o'clock a. in. at the County Court House In the City of Algona, in the above County and State, hearing will be had for proof of the Instrument dated March 11, 1958, and Codicil attached thereto dated July 20, 1964 purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of George Clnk, Deceased, at which time and place said instrument will be admitted to probate unless good cause be shown to the contrary. Alma Pearson Clerk, Said District Court (18) Plan Consolidation, Swea City And Bancroft Rural Route Effective April 24, there will be a consolidation of Bancroft rural route 1 and Swea City rural route 2. The post office announcement seems to have culminated a strong protest against the proposed merger, which has been brewing for some time, made by the Bancroft Chamber of Commerce. The post office department says there will be a saving of $3,886 a year as a result of the merger. Congressman Stanley Greigg, who took office January 1, investigated the matter at the request of Tom Garry, Bancroft chamber president, and the post office department recently forwarded a lengthy letter of explanation to the congressman, who in turn forwarded it to Bancroft. The summary of the letter simply said that by combining routes at Bancroft Into one route and adding route two of Swea City, the saving stated could take place. "The two routes at Bancroft are 59.85 and 49.52 miles in length, serving 161 and 127 families. Route 2 of Swea City is 75 20 miles long and serves 178 families. The consolidated route at Bancroft and Swea City would be 98.20 and 83.30 miles in length and would serve 267 and 199 families." Carriers would be routed over all-weather roads. In the change, 17 families from Bancroft would have their mailing addresses changed to Swea City and three to Ledyard. The department said that the postmasters did not object and the rural carriers Indicated they can provide satisfactory service on the longer routes. The carriers at present are scheduled for about five hours. The new schedule would put the Bancroft carrier on the road, about 6 1/2 hours, and Swea City five hours. FIRES The Larry Garretson family home in Lockridge was destroyed by fire Feb. 4th. The Garretsons were not at home when the fire broke out and nothing was saved. Lockridge and Fairfield fire departments arrived and worked to save the building. The farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Jewell of Renwick was destroyed by fire the night of Feb. 5th. Renwick and Goldfield fire departments were called to extinguish the blaze. About 72 percent of U. S. cars are three years old or WE INVITE YOU TRY OUR TO Smorgasbord EVERY mDAY^VEJNNG PRIVATE PARTY ROOMS AVAILABLE AT ALL TIMES INCLUDING SATURDAY mi fie jo y - 0. 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White color. $645 1960 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4-door sedan. 6 cylinder engine, standard transmission. We have two (2) of these. 1 White and 1 Turquoise, and the engines in both have been completely overhauled, rings, bearings, etc. IN ADDITION they are extra clean. ONLY $895 for either one. TAKE YOUR CHOICE 1960 CHEVROLET Bel Air Sport Coupe, (2 door hardtop), 348 cu. in. engine. 4-speed transmission, EZI glass, radio. Beige color with Saddle interior. Has to be seen to be appreciated 1959 RAMBLER 4-door sedan. 6 cylinder engine, overdrive transmission, air conditioned. An extra fine unit for the money lots of economy and comfort 1959 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan. 6 cylinder engine. Blue color. Ifs yours for $295 1959 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4-door, 6 cylinder engine. Overdrive transmission. Blue & White. Lots of miles in this one 1958 FORD 4-door sedan. Any reasonable offer accepted. 1957 DODGE 4-door sedan. Any reasonable offer accepted 1957 PONTIAC 4-door hardtop. This is an extra good old car for the dough 1956 OLDSMOBILE 88, V8 engine. Automatic transmission. Real sharp. This is one of those so-called garage-guarded jewels. Don't miss the chance of a lifetime THE TRUCK DEPARTMENT en- 1961 INTERNATIONAL Vi.ton pickup. V8 gine, new tires, radio. Extra nice. 1960 FORD '/i-ton pickup 1961 CHEVROLET 2-ton truck, V8 engine, 2 sp. rear axle, 8:25 x 20 10-ply tires, front & rear 1958 DODGE 1 ton truck, 4 speed transmission. V8 engine. Box. Dual rear wheels 1957 FORD 1 ton truck with stock & grain box 1950 INTERNATIONAL pickup. A real good buy 1957 FORD Vi-ton pickup, 3 speed transmission. Real sharp QUALITY USED CAR & TRUCK WARRANTY BANK RATE FINANCING KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY 108 S, HALL ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295*3554

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