8-Algeria (la.) Upper D«t Moin«t Tuesday, March 16, 1965 U. P. \V. MEETINGS Circles of the United erian Women will meet March 18 as follows: A, with Mrs. Wendell Feaster; B, Mrs. Al Agena; C, Mrs. Ivan Long; D, Mrs. William Ftmk. DINNER HOSTS Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rlr-irh entertained at dinner last Wednesday pvoninp. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Benschoter, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckev and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hoclilean. LuVerne Has 4 Cagers Named On Loop Teams ENDS WED. "PLEASURE SEEKERS" THURS, thru SAT. MARCH 18-20 SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1:30 ALGONA THE ACTION! THE THRILLS! THt SPILLS! The "racy" »tory of f«»t boattl and latter teen-agers BRfATH-TAKINO COLO/?/ "JOE MORRISON" Shown At 7:00 - 10:00 SECOND EXCITING HIT I THEIR JUSTICE WAS THE ARROW... THEIR VENDETTA... THE WHITE MAN! SHOWN AT 8:30 ONLY JU "*"> IN DE-LUXE COLOR See The New R & K DRESSES TOPS IN STYLE AT POPULAR PRICES BAPTIST WOMEN Women of the First Bai.tist church will meet March 18 for a pot-hick lunch. Mrs. Walter Heerrlt will give devotions. - o - HOST CLUBS The Idle Hour Bridge club met last Wednesday with Mrs. Albert Granzow. Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening. Mrs. Anton Didriksen was hostess to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. - o OBSERVE BIRTHDAY Mrs. Harry Barton's birthday March 10 was observed by her (laughters and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Walter Wood, Mrs. Merle Moore, Mrs. Clarence Metzger, Jr., and Mrs. Ron Barton. The time was spent socially and refreshments served. A pot-luck supper was held Feb. 28 at Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barton's in honor of the former's birthday. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newsome. - o - BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Harold Sundet entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening. - o - CIRCLE MEETINGS " Circles of the Methodist church meet Mar. 18 as follows: Sept., Mrs. J. C. Everds; Oct., Mrs. Webb Fowler; Nov., Mrs. Wm. Snodgress; Dec., Mrs. James Powell; Jan., Mrs. J. E. Evans; Feb., Mrs. Rex Taylor; Mar., Mrs. J. B. Asa; Apr., Mrs. Vic Parsons; May, Mrs. Perry Collins; June, Mrs. L. L. Snyder. Upset-Minded Twin Rivers Loses Opener Twin Rivers grabbed an earh lead, then fell to unbeaten West DCS Moines, 79-G4, in a first round game of the Girls State Basketball Tournament at Des Moines Wednesday night and was eliminated from further competition. The area club was hot at the start, and appeared to l>e on the way to an upset win, but West Des Moines, after trailing by nine points, rallied, flipped in 17 straight points to take the lead and never trailed while leading 17-16 at the quarter, 4024 at halftime and G4-42 at the three-quarter mark. Girl Cagers At Burt To Play Benefit Game On Tuesday, March 16, 1965, the high school girl's basketball team will play the Burt Women's Alumni beginning at 7:30 p. m. Following this game, the Burt Town Team will play Kautzky's Sporting Goods from Fort Dodge, Iowa. Howard Bich, a former instructor in Burt, will be playing for Kautzky's. No admission will be charged but a "barrel" donation will be greatly appreciated. The money will help defray state tournament expense. Casa Grande, now a National Monument, is a four-story apartment house built 600 years ago by Salado Indians in Arizona. Four LuVerne basketballers, two girls and two boys, were honored this week when they were named to the North Star All-Conference teams. Jane Hanselman, forward, named to the girls all-loop team, and Bob Maass, selected on the boys first team, were both unanimous choices, along with Kathy Kuhlers, Meservey Thornton, and Don Eddy, Rock- well-Swaledale. The Misses Hanselman and Kuhlers were joined on the first team by Beth Schipull, Boone Valley, and Stephanie Bartik, Corwith-Wesley, at forwards, and Barbara Williams, Meservey-Thornton, Nancy Brink, LuVerne, Jan Leek, Corwith- Wesley, and Karen Emhoff, Sheffield-Chapin, at guards. The balance of the boys first team included John Wickett, Lu- Verne, Lance Larson, Goldfield, Don Lerdal, Boone Valley, Bruce Abrams, Meservey-Thornton, Jerry Brockman, Corwith-Wesley, and Tom Anderson, Ventura. Girls second team choices from this area included Clara Schnakenberg, LuVerne, Renelda Schultz, Corwith-Wesley, and Janice Bottin and Judy Odland, Boone Valley, while Linda Nelson, LuVerne, Deanna Sloan, Corwith-Wesley, and Laurel Schipull, Boone Valley, gained honorable mention. Andy Moore and Tim Long, Corwith-Wesley, made the boys second team and John Hawk, Boone Valley, was on the honorable mention list. Final scoring averages showed Miss Hanselman the top scorer in the loop with a 30.7 average on 277 points in nine games, while Maass topped the boys list with a 26 pt. mark on 260 points in 10 conference outings. Others from the area high in girls scoring included Beth Schipull, 251 points, 27.9 ave.; Renelda Schultz, 199, 24.9; Stephanie Bartik, 194, 24.3; Laurel Schipull, 139,15.4; and Darlene Fox, Corwith-Wesley, 91, 11.4. UNFINISHED FURNITURE SALE! PRICES START AT 995 5 DRAWER CHEST 15 x 27 x 44 1 DRAWER NIGHT STAND 13 x 13 x 28 I Exclusively at this store, you'll find the new R & K dresses for Spring, most interesting. Pictured is this cotton and da- cron number — in Misses sizes at $20.00. See dozens of others at popular prices. I I 17 x 30 x 30 Hardwood CHAIR 15 x 15 x 32 Conventional BOOKCASE 10 x 30 x 48 Functional 3 Drawer NIGHT STAND 11 x 14 x 28 1 I 9 DRAWER DRESSER BASE 15x36x36 I NIGHT STAND I 13x13x28 | 5 DRAWER | Hi Boy CHEST | 15x 13x44 I 3 DRAWER Stack-on CHEST | ^ C f\ *T ^ •* * 15 x 27 x17 Functional 3 Drawer A CHEST 15 x 27x45 I Many, many other unfinished J Items may be special ordered. A CkriscKill O es COAST TO COAST STORES I II ED WOIF, Owner State Line all-star cage teams picked TUMiSTKn - Ukcta and Armstrong, cochnmps of the Stale Line Conference, each has a pla\ei- on the all-conference squad annoiinccd Thursday. Roper Becker of Lakota and .Jim Oodfredson of Armstrong made the squad for the co- champ* Rounding out the first team for hoys arc Jack Me- drain of Thompson. John Pe- dei-son of l.edyard and Tom Elliott of Swea City. ningsted. which shared the girls championship with Armstrong, dominates the girls all- conference team with three llnv.« FIRST TEAM Rc'Uft Hn-l.fr. l.aknU: ,tlm Gni». frcrl.on. Arm«lrn n , : j lr |, MrHrilh. Thompson i .lohn I'rrtfunn. |, r( |»«rrt: Tnm Klllott. Swct Tllv. BOVS SECOND TEAM Rlrhurd ftnrrru. Armstrong; Sl»n TJ.d'n. l.tknd: M»rt Rrndlrliinr,. fUkf: ftnnlld K n 1 p p, Rlnjllrdi Crulir l.lnrd. ttdjrtrd. flnnnrihle Mention—Rofrr Akker- mm. Tllnnki: Krlth Rrindl. Tl- tnnk»! Donuld Kn«pp. Rlnfttrdi lohn Mlrlln; Swri Cllj; Bob Ort- min. Rorl: Tnm Oflttfniufr. S«n- Irnl; l.nrrr Hlpptn, l.tkntu: ftlch- i r it 1homp«on, Rtkt: Richard ThnmpiAn, I.Rknti. HIRI.S FIRST TEAM K * I h v Erlrk?nn. Armntmnti fhervl VH«nn, Rtnfiledi K»r»n Jen- i'n. Rlnfiltd: l.lndt Wntion. Rlnf- • irrt: riMnnn Rrindt. l.edjrirdt l.vnn Mfnkf. Srntril. (ilRI.? SECOND TEAM n»rltnr I.njennnn. ledyird: Bonnil 1V«hrsp»nn. Sentml: Shurnn Wilrlichmltt. Armilron|i Irli Mloh- ifNnn. Tllnnkn: Dlinn* Wttrrhnuie. I.edyird: Pitny 7.«l«fel. Burl: Su« Cilitnipp. Rlnnlfd. Honorihli- Mpnllon—S u t K»rfl«. I.tknlii Ronnie B>rret(. Arm- »lrnn|ti Connl* Klmmpl. Rlnritedi l.lndii Biirtlnnit. Tllnnkar Roberta Arkermnn. Burn Shlrlej Johnson, l.td.mrrt. Honored At Cornell Trudy Bartholomew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Bartholomew, 1011 E. McGregor Street, Algona, has been chosen to be a sophomore honor resident at Cornell College for the academic year 1965-66, a function similar to that of "big sisters" in some universities. Grand Opening Featuring . . . 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