The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1965
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Algonan, Lakotan On Luther Squad The nine lowans shown here, mostly from the north and northeast part of the state, were members of the Luther College basketball team which ended its season recently. One Algonan, Bruce Sundet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet and a member of Algona high's very successful 1963-64 team which placed third in the State Tournament, is shown. Bruce Is in the front row, second from the right, and'he is a freshman. Another Kossuth county representative on the -squad is Charold Barrett, second from the right in the back row, Lakota, a star on a couple of the Eagles' teams recently. ' J -Others In the photo include, front row, left to right, Michaef Rod, Cedar Falls, Keith Steere, Waterloo, and Paul Hanson, Mason City; and back row, left to right, Tom Altemeier, Newton, Paul Esplnosa, Mason City, Jay Geerdes, Esthervllle, and Martin Brinkman, Klemme. 'Luther finished with an 11-11 season and posted a 7-9 record in the Iowa Conference as Hamlet Peterson wound up 43 years of coaching at the school with a 465-344 over-all record. New basketball coach of the Norsemen Is Kenton Finanger, former fqptball and basketball all-conference player at Luther. Six GHS Baseball £ ... . r I Lettermen Report All pitchers and catchers re- po|ted Mar. 15 to Coach Pat Daugherty as baseball practice go£ underway at Garrigan high scjiool. Six lettermen will form th| nucleus of the team, which is slated to open its season with a trip to Forest City April 8. There are 12 games on the spring slate, not Including tourney dates. Returning letter winners are Chuck Becker, first baseman, Dick Bleich, second baseman, Mike Lickteig, shortstop, and Randy Kollasch, Dick Salz and Lou Bleich, outfielders. Coach Daugherty lists Chuck Geilenfeld and Denny Long, infielders, Joe Becker, Mark fielders, Joe Becker, Mark Eisenbarth and Steve Eischen, outfielders, and Dick Muller and Jim Youngwirth, catchers, as most promising squad members, and expects most of the pitching will be handled by Don Potthoff three Bills, Hall, Reding May 8-10-12 - District May 18 - Bancroft, T May 17-19 - Sub-State ------ - * A shipboard day is divided into six watches, each of eight bells duration. Father Illg, A St. Joe Native, Laid To Rest ST. JOE •— Funeral services for the Rev. Francis J. Il!g, 63, Ogden, formerly of St. Joe, were conducted Wednesday morning at St. John's Catholic Church, Ogden. His cousin, the Rev. Nicholas Becker of Granville, was celebrant of the solemn requiem Mass. Another cousin, the Rev. Luke Becker of Mountain Grove, Mo., was deacon, while the Rev. Louis Schumacher of St. Joe served as sub-deacon and the Rev. Bernard Montag of Mallard gave the sermon. The latter two are ordination classmates of the Rev. Father Illg. After the funeral, Bishop Joseph M. Mueller, D.D., Sioux City, spoke briefly. Chanters for the divine office preceding the Mass were the Rev. Carl Hansen of Madrid and the Rev. Louis Schumacher of St. Joe. A priests' choir, under the direction of the Rev. Clement Knobe of Grand Junction, sang the funeral Mass. After the Ogden services, Father Illg's body was brought to St. Joseph's Catholic Church, St. Joe, where men of the parish kept an all night vigil. Another solemn requiem Mass was celebrated here Thursday morning by the Rev. Luke Becker of Mountain Grove, Mo. The Rev. Louis Schumacher gave the funeral sermon and conducted the graveside rites at St. Joseph's Cemetery. Father Illg was born and reared at St. Joe and attended St. Joseph's Grade School here. He took his high school work at Conception College, Conception, Mo. He was later graduated from Loras College, Dubuque, and from St. Paul's Seminary, St. Paul, Minn. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1932 at Sioux City. Since then he had been assistant pastor of St. Joseph's Parish at Granville for six years, pastor of St. Mary's Parish at Oto four years, pastor of St. Mary's Parish at Mallard 11 years, and pastor of St. John's Parish at Ogden the past 12 years. He died last Saturday at Boone County Hospital, Boone, where he had been about a week after suffering a fall. Surviving are one brother and two sisters. Arthur Illg of St. Joe, Mrs. Henry Zeimet and Mrs Frank Dressier, both of Bancroft. Several From Area Feted By Breeders Coop BURT - Walter Campney, Burt, Virgil Lauck, Ledyard and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jansen, Lakota, attended the annual meeting of the Iowa Breeders Cooperative in Des Moines, March 13. Mr, Campney Is director of this district. Leander Menke, Swea City, was presented a Superior Production award. He is the owner of the top producing Holstein cow sired by an Iowa Breeder's Bull. The cow produced 723 Ibs. butterfat and 19,650 Ibs. milk as a seven-year old. Jansen received a Superior Production award for a high- producing herd in district 8. His herd average was 474 Ibs. butterfat and 13,924 Ibs. milk. James Buchanan was the only life-long bachelor to be President of the U. S.. and Milder. The pitchers and catchers, who have been working out inside, will be joined by the remainder of the squad Monday, Mar. 22. Gone from last year's team, which posted an 18-11 record during the spring and summer seasons, are Fran Keene, left- handed chucker who was the club's top hurler, Dan Ludwig and Norm Klein, catchers, and Paul Goetz, third baseman. Follqwing the opener April 8, here is the remainder of the Garrigan schedule: April 9 - M. City Newman, H April 13 - M. City, H April 15 - Corwith-Wesley, T April 21 - Corwith-Wesley, H 1 April 24 - East Greene (2), T April 26 - Graettinger, T April 27 - Forest City, H April 30 - Bancroft H April 28-29, May 3-4-5 - Sectional. May 7 - Graettinger, H JOIN THE FUN THIS SUNDAY ON THE SUNDAY SWING CLUB EVERY SUNDAY ON KLGA From 3:05-4:30 P.M. Uncle Mike Spins The Platters With CONTESTS AND PRIZES tOP TUNES OF THE WEEK x REQUESTS AND DEDICATIONS SWING ALONG ON THE SWING CLUB THIS SUNDAY ON KLGA RADIO 5000 Watts — ALGONA — 1600 Thursday, March 18, 1965 Algona, (la.) Uppftr Dftt Mein«*-11 FLORENCE and HANK'S DAIRY CREME IS OPEN Locally owned and operated by Florence & Hank Furst So. Phillip* St. ITATI FARM INSURANCI King Site tarings t T«i, when you n«cd car insurance, check State Farm's low rate* for careful drivers—rate* so low that one out of two may care Important dollars. And cheek State FarmVfamous Hometown Serrlce toe) •-provided by the world 1 ! largest network of full-time agent* and salaried claim* representatives. Isn't this the combination off Mg saving* and big service you're looking fort Call me for detail* I JIM ST. JOHN and AMOS MEYER 112 No. Thorington Phone 295-5556 ALGONA, IOWA JIM AMOS IWTt MM MimiU AUTOMMIU INtWANCt COMTANV • NOMC Offltt: KOOMIINTON, IIUNOM FRIDAY, MARCH 19, \ WHAT IS THIS SALE? Foster's of Algona is staging its popular 6-hour Sale once more. Thousands of dollars worth of nationally-famous quality furniture will be included in this event. Foster's quality merchandise can be yours at unbelievably low prices -some items at cost — some items below cost. Top brands included — all from our regular stgck. Be here when doers ppen, because there are many •of-a-kind items. 8p.m. ONLY! TORE CLOSED H • « *?••• 4fc Friday til 2 YOU CAN'T BUY ANY ITEM AT REGULAR PRICE ! ALL SALES ARE FINAL I • NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGES QUICK FACTS! WHERE - Foster Furniture Store, jitate street, Algona. WHEN FriaayV i'.ar. 19, 2 p.m. till 8 p.m. Store closed Friday until 2 p.m. STORE-WIDE - More than 400 Price Tags on all 3 floors. SORRY — No phone or mail orders accepted. No Sale to dealers. MERCHANDISE - Everything from regular stock. WE RESERVE right to limit Quantity. EXTRA SALES PEOPLE on hand to serve you. Every Minute Counts

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