The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1965 · Page 8
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I—AI0»na (la.) Upper D*< Molntt Tuesday, March 30, 1965 11 Area Basketballers 6-8 or 6-10, getting points ajid rebounds while playing against much smaller opposition - and displaying very little real smoothness. Named On Honor Roll 70 Cents Taken Dominated as usual by members of teams who pot into State Tournament action a week earlier, the annual Des Moines Sunday Register's All-State select- Ions Included 11 boys' basket- bailers from this area. The teams (seven of them) and honor roll were announced during the weekend. Algona fans, for the most part, were disturbed when they found that Dale Teeter, junior forward who established a ne« single season record for scorinp average here with 21-point mark, was listed only on the honor roll - and Steve Hardy, senior guard who was nam^d to the North Central Conference's all-loop first team, was not even rated by the Register I LuVerne and West Bend actually led the area with two men each on the honor roll. Coach Bryce Wickett's club landed high- scoring Bob Maass and John Wlckett, while Bruce Balgeman and George Bargman, West Bend standouts, also made it. Others from this area on the honor roll were Roger Becker, Lakota; Ron Rederica, Twin Rivers; Bob Hatten, Bancroft St. John's; IXin Lordal, Poone Valley; John Pednrson, Ledyard; and Mark Smith, Buffalo Center. The conference didn't set any records, either, in the selections, with eight (includingTeeter)list- ed. Tom Anderson, Clear Lake, wound up on the seventh team, while Doug Grabinski, also of the Lions; Paul Greonberg, Fritz Wooster, Brad Hanson and Dave Rtauffer of the undefeated loop champion Eagle Grove Eagles; and Mike l,ubl>ers, Webster City, were on the honor roll. Jim Lloyd, son of former Wesleyan Mike Lloyd, and a stellar performer at Mason City Newman for the past three seasons, was named to the fifth All-State team, and Gary Parrish, ex-Algonan and a junior high standout here, was named to the honor roll from North Des Moines. Selections based primarily on State Tgurnament action certainly do handcuff many of the top players who don't perform in Des Moines - and any area fans could vouch for the shooting ability of Teeter (for instance) over any players seen In Veterans Auditorium a week earlier, when most of the top scorers were Daylight Break-In Here Authorities here were baffled last Wednesday afternoon when a "salesman-like" man, whose age was estimated at 3540, brushed past a young married woman, Mrs. James Wolfe, 17, at the door of her apartment near the police station here, quickly searched the place and left with 70 cents in change and a few pieces of jewelry. The daylight theft occurred at 329 North Thorlngton, about two blocks from the police station and despite the fact Police Chief Al Boekelman hurried to the scene at once, no trace of the man could be found. The culprit appeared at the apartment shortly before 2 p.m. and Boekelman was called at 2:05. In that short time, the man rifled pockets of all coats in a living room closet, went through kitchen cupboards, then opened drawers, etc. in the bed room before taking the coins from Mrs. Wolfe's purse and a bracelet and \ ALWAYS FIRST CJUAUTY YOU CAN CHARGE YOUR SPRING WARDROBE AT PENNEYS BEFORE YOU SPEND MORE COMPARE PENNEY'S spring coat buys 18 $ 21 $ 25 We're out to make Spring '65 the greatest season ever for coat valuesi We scoured the market and came up with fashions you know are tops! Slim-liners, flares, pleats, laminates... morel Airy tweeds, mohair blends, acrylic crepesl And, of course, only the most expert tailoring goes into a Penney coat— in designing, in seaming, even in the details you don't seel These are the quality features that make a Penney coat the fashion buy it isl The entire collection in glorious Spring colors. Juniors and Junior Petites. earrings from a jewelry box. Mrs. Wolfe, whose husband is employed at Universal Mfg. Co. here, met the man at the top of a stairway, and when she asker! him, "what do you want?", he replied, "I'll find what I want." It was then that he began ransacking the place. Most of the time the man, who had a fair complexion, was 5-9 or 5-10 and attired in a gray suit and hat, was searching (apparently for valuables) the apartment, Mrs. Wolfe was dressing the couple's 3-month old baby. Her Idea was to get to a phone at any neighbor's nearby as the Wolfes don't have one. After the man left the place, Mrs. Wolfe attempted to use a phone at the apartment of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alt downstairs, but couldn't get Ifi, Bo she went to the Wendell Jergenson home, two houses north, and called the police. None of the neighbors sato a man arrive or leave - and nobody noticed a car parked in the area at the time of the strange theft. The intruder made no attempt to molest the woman, according to Boekelman, who said no footprints could be found in the vicinity of the robbery. Policeman Pete Jorgenson was sent on a quick search of business firms here, hoping-to round up the thief, but to no (tralL Officers on duty that nighl also made special rounds in an effort to find the man - aliO without result. The crime Is one of the most puzzling here in recent years. The Wolfes have lived in the apartment about a month Spring Fashions for Men Stress Grooming The reason men no longer possoss thp fashionable olc- ganrp thoy onrp displayed is most likply dtip to the influence of the female of our species. according to a well known men's wenr designer. He points out that Nature's plan calls for the male to be more resplendent in the various species of animals, but the human animal has reversed the scheme so that the male now shows up as a pretty dull bird. The male is allowed a short period of fiambuoyance when he is adorned with cowboy and Indian suits, but once the colorful age is pant, his mother "lowers the boom", the designer comments. She informs him that he is not supposed to be preoccupied with clothes and thus he is made to feel that it is sissified to care about them. The logical outcome which follows is that he subdues his inherent instinct for bright apparel. This designer suggests that men aim to reverse this handicap. He advocates that, "... men should throw off dull shackles". He encourages men to develop their own fashion education, then select and buy what they like and feel comfortable in. Some of the fashion innovations introduced by said designer are the one-button suit and pleatless trousers among many others. His forecast for the newest look in men's wear is' the "open" look originating from wul.M-7pn-;i.l rollnrs. elimination .if tup suit huttnns, allowing m.iii' ijncn to show and \\ i.lei tics. At Corp. Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schmit and Gerald Frankl of Algona, and Pat and Leonard McGuire of Bode attended the annual stockholders meeting of Hartland.Inc. in Des Moines, March 19. MEN! DECLARE INDEPENDENCE The right wardrobe forVvcr;, placr and occasion makes every man feel well-groomed and puts him at ease. Therefore spring calls for a wardrobe that will befit the man's job, social and recreational activities. For thp otlic'e man or salesman, warm weather calls for business - going suits lightweight wools, mixtures and some of the more fabulous shape holding, crease-resistant man-made (ihprs. Most Inen can use three or four sport jackets in their warm weather wardrobes. Whether middleweight or light-weight, this year's jackets emphasize medium to light shades in plain, unpatterned weaves. Plain and iridescent effects X A1 ihe Hub Clolhieta the Spring Suits Are Hera in All Those Fine New Spring Colors and a Variety of Fabrics and Styles . . . Dark Shades and New Iridescent Sharkskins Included in the Newest of Wrinkle-Resistant Fabrics. STOCKS ARE AT THEIR PEAK - RIGHT NOW Choose From Your Favorite Brand — • MICHAELS STERN • CURLEE CLOTHES • HERITAGE CLOTHES Here, Spring's Newest Styling and Fabrics are Found In Finely Tailored Dressy Brookfield Blazers—Smart New Shades in Flannels or Light Weight Fabrics . . , You're sure to find your choice here. AND OF COURSE MASTER - BUT SLACKS are the Perfect Choice To Compliment Your Wardrobe. A I SPRING SUGGESTIONS » FREEMAN SHOES for fashion • right style & wonderful comfort. • SPRING HATS by Dobbs or Lee. • WEMBLEY TIES new stripes, new patterns, new colors. • Men's Accessories in jewelry & leather goods. WELCOME TO ALGONA 4-H DAY We will be host to the WESLEY BOYS 4-H, Saturday, April 3, Joe Skow, leader; Robert Boleneus, president; Alan Asa, v. president. Stop In And See Their Exhibit! LEUTHdLD-WIUIAMS ALGONA , IOWA in silk and silk-like fabrics are favorites. No\v new colors, stripes and plaids show up in seersucker, denim-like fabrics and heavy cotton blends. Colors are soft and blended rather than bold in these designs. Linen and the look of linen are also popular; these come in patterns, plain and self-weave styles. The tailored, forward-pitch shoulder gives a trim 16ok to the new jackets and lapel styles feature L-shapecl, clover leaf and fish-rrjouth designs. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY No. 8680 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROBATE OF WILL IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Albert G. Volenttne, Deceased. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that on the 12th day of April, 1965, at ten o'clock a, m. 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 October 11, 1962, purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Albert G. Volentine, 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 Delia Welter, Attorney Algona, Iowa (23) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY No. 8679 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROBATE OF WILL IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Effie I. Robinson, Deceased. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You are hereby notified that on the 12th day of April, 1965, at ten o'clock a. m. 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 August 15, 1940, and codicils attached thereto dated October, 1951; December 15, 1952 and May 12, 1954 purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Effie I. Robinson, 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 Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt, attorneys Algona, Iowa (23) For SPRING or ANYTIME! This little cotton and arnel Modern dress probably wouldn't find its way into the Easter parade but we have hundreds of stylish garments like this one for use in the kitdhen or around the house, Moderately priced, highly styled, you'll find big selections right now. And while you're in the store, don't neglect the more expensive Easter garments now on display, Sizes 10 to 18. $ Q98 Others at $12.98 to $14.98. Ckr* nsc T O X*. kill es

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