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. (la.) Upper DM Molnes Tuesday, April 19, 1960 f K' Top Five Trackmen In Area The five LuVerne high school trackmen shown here won a pair of f irsls in Ihe Pocahontas Relays at Pocahontas Thursday, Apr. 14, and pushed the Lions with 1/3 of a point of the class B title. Bayard edged LuVerne for the championship, 29 1/3-29, marking the second time this^scason^the t Lionsjiave lost a championship to Bayard by the same margin. *<« i«* HH* 4*4%iP^IJBiWflsWMB)^•lP*»*W"*'iH Coach Bryce Wickett, left, is shown with his five aces, left to right, Gary Norcross, Ray Dorweiler, Bob Bristow, Earle Hanselman and Paul Gilligan. The team spccialixes in the medley and one-mile relay event and Hanselman is a top miler. (Cut Courtesy Fort Dodge Messenger). Field Work Slow; Wann Rain Needed Field work in Kossuth county is netting off to a pretty slow ?tavt, according to Dean Barnes, county extension director, who was queried about plowing, seed- ihp. etc.. by this newspaper Monday afternoon. "What we need is about an inch of Rood, warm rain", said Barnes, "to get all the frost out of the ground "so farmers can irally eet at their work." A few have been able to get a good start. In fact, a few seeded oats on Good Friday and some other? have been able to get going on their plowing and disking. There are still many who have .had problems with soft spots in fields, which seem to give way and bog down machinery. Many tractors have been seen resting in dec'p mud holes around the county during the past couple of weeks. According to Barnes, there is a lot more spring plowing necessary this year than normally — due to the fact early snows last fall called a halt to fall plowing about a month sooner than most- years. The work will have to be caught up with before .seeding, manure spreading and corn planting can be done. Corn planting usually gels underway about May fi-10 and continues until the end of the month. Soybeans are normally planted by then also. "It is apparent our sub-soil moisture content is more plentiful than it has been for five years or so." says Barnes. That's good news to area farmers, despite the fact many of them aren't able to get out in fields yet. A gain in sub-soil moisture should be a boon to area crops this year. Garrigan Dumps Mason City In Opener, 41 Garrigan high school's Golden Bears, champing at the bit after postponement of its early baseball games, opened the season on a sweet note Monday afternoon when they chalked up a neat 4-3 win over Mason City high school at. Bancroft in the first game of a mixed doubleheader. Mason City met St. John's of Bancroft in the second contest. Mason City took a 2-0 lead in the top of the third, but Garrigan came back with a single tally in the bottom of the fourth, then went in front, 4-2, with a three- run spurt in the last half of the fifth. Mason City rallied for a run -CHIEF* Lowest cost Sickle Bar Mower you can buy— anywhere! $154.95 1 KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS! in the top of the seventh, but re-1 lief pitcher Chuck Heinen and his mates put out the fire to preserve the win. John Loebach hurled the first six innings for Garrigan and took the win. He walked four and whiffed one, while loser Cannella, walked one and struck out four. Oscar Froehlich was the top Garrigan hitler with three hits in four trips to the plate. Bob Schneider, Dick Heinen and Bill Rahm each had one blow for the winners, who got six hits. The losers notched five blows. Garrigan committed three errors (not bad for the first game of the season) and Mason City had four bobbles. Pitcher Heinen threw one runner out at home in the torrid seventh to save the victory. Garrigan will meet Holy Family at Mason City today (Tuesday), then hit the road again Wednesday for a meeting with Sentral at game of the year, Apr. 7, then with an 11-2 verdict John's of Bancroft. came over Apr. 11. up St. "Floating" Sickle lor Frop*U«d For Easiest Cutting of High Grass, Weeds, Brush CULLEN HARDWARE Algona CY 4-4630 Sentral. The Bears, with three games under their belts (Coach Jim Gee- Ian hopes), will tangle with Twin Rivers in the first round of the sectional tournament at - West Bend at 1 p.m. Saturday. Win First Two Wesley ' — Corwilh-Wesley's baseball team, defending state champion, opened its spring season with a pair of wins. Corwith - Wesley downed Crystal Lake - Woden, 11-0, in the first LuVerne Nosed Out Of Title At Pocahontas For the second time in thre< weeks, LuVcrne's track team go edged out of a title by a mere 1/3 point by Bayard. Most recent cozy finish by the two teams was at Pocahontas in the class B division of' the Pocahontas Relays Thursday afternoon as Bayard took the championship, 29 1/3 to 29. Bayard nipped LuVerne, 30 1/3 — 30, to take the state class B indoor championship at Iowa City in March. However, LuVerne, which has become a power in state track circles under Coach Bryce Wickett, who has also coached Lu- Verne's top-flight basketball (boys and girls), and baseball for many years, posted a resounding 25-13 win over Bayard to take the B title at the Holstein Relays Apr. 8, so the Lions have managed to more than hold their own against the champs. LuVerne posted two first place inishes- in relay events, taking he medley relay in 3:58.8 and he mile relay in 3:51.3. Gary Nor- ross. Earle Hanselman. Ray Dor- veiler and Paul Gilligan can-led he baton in the medley while Bob Bristow joined Gilligan, Dor- veiler and Norcross as the Lions ook the mile. Hanselman nearly upset the 'avorite in the mile run. He led hrough the first two laps, then trailed Belmond's Larry Kramer by a scant margin to the finish ine and wound up second. Kramer posted a 4:44.2 time and Hanselman came in with a 4:45.1 clocking in the event. LuVerne collected second in the 880-yard relay, fourth in the two mile relay and Schnetzer tied for fifth in the open shot put event to account for the rest of the Lions' points. Twin Rivers wound up tentr in class A at Pocahontas as a total of 29 teams scored points in the two divisions of the meet. Track Meet Today AlRona high school's young track squad will host Elmore in a dual meet at the Athletic Park here this afternoon (Tuesday) at 4 p.m. Coach Harold Shugart's crew will be shooting for its first win of the season. The locals were third in a triangular at Eagle Grove, coining in behind the home team and Clarion, in the first meet of the season. LOOK TO THE£ For Rent FOR RENT — BY MONTH 1 OR 2 room units suitable for light housekeeping. Utilities furnished. 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For the second straight year, The Lark V-8 topped all other eight* in the Mobilgas Economy Run. ONLYTHE LARK, of all 6 passenger compacts, is less than 11 feet in length (it is shorter outside than all other compacts); but inside there's larger-car room, true §ix passenger comfort. ONLYTUE LARK, of all compacts, offers all these: automatic transmission, power steering and brakes, Twin Traction differential, 4-barrel carburetor, Hill Holder, air conditioning, reclining seats, padded dash and many other featura. ONLYTHE LARK, of all compact!, offers you a full choice of compact models: Convertible (only one in the field), hardtop, 2 and 4-door sedans, 2 and 4-door station wagons. \Vny compromise? Visit your Studebaker Dealer and look at... || 10 Teachers Sign Burt Contracts Ten teachers have signed contracts to teach in the Burt community school system next school term. They are: Mrs Sybil Dangle- zer will return to teach kindergarten after an absence of a year and a half. Mrs Mary Oestriecher will continue as first grade teacher. Mrs Alice Anderson, who has taught kindergarten the past year and a half, will teach second grade next year. Mrs Fred Button will continue as fourth grade teacher. Mrs Russell Thompson will continue as fifth grade teached. David Brown will return as seventh and eighth grade teacher and also will coach track. High school teachers signing contracts to date are: Harold Martin, superintendent; Fred Hilton, principal; William Homseth, band and instrumental music instructor, and Helen Martin, English. have control, $5; Bernard Weydert. Algona, failing to yield. $5: Darrell Kirkman, Vinton, stop sign, $5; John Schulz, Irvington, striking unattended vehicle, $5: and Carolyn Steussy, Alpona, no valid license, $5, and illegal U- turn. $5 ( $5 suspended). Costs were paid in addition to fines. and Mrs John Steven, Albert FOR SALE — 7 ROOM HOUSE, modern in Burt. $5,000. Phone CY 4-4177, Algona, after 5 p.m. 16* Cord of Thanks Irvington Marguerite M. Hayes Mrs Lee Col well returned home Friday after spending several days with Mary Colwell at Livermorer & accompanying her to Iowa City for medical advise. Mrs Wm. .Batt and daughter Pamella of Colorado Spring, Colo, are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Seip. Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole drove to Iowa City Friday to spend the Easter weekend with their daughter and family, the Joe Birds. John Hayes of Cedar Rapids spent the Easter weekend with Marguerite Hayes. Mr and Mrs Andrew Elbert of Whittemore were also dinner guests there on Easter Sunday. Vena Schneider returned home Thursday after spending the winter at Emmetsburg where she •was employed at Mueller Rest Home. Whittemore Nev/s A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mrs Aurelia Leininger Sunday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. They were Mr Leininger and Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs William Rusch, Fort Dodge, Mrs Harold Colwell, Algona, Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver and daughters, Humboldt, Marilyn Harr, Wesley, Mr and Mrs Art Rusch, Mr and Mrs Nick Gengler, Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke, Mr and Mrs H. R. Zumach, Mr and Mrs R. F. Zumach, Mrs Adelia Meyer, Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann ana Allan, Joy and Jill. 500 was played; Arthur Rusch and Adelia Meyer won high, Harold Zimmermann and Mrs Arthur Rusch, low; Mrs R. F. Zumach, travel. Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver, Faith and Lori, Humboldt, Marilyn Harr, Wesley, Mr and Mrs Elmer Ostwald, Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich and Mrs Aurelia Leininger and Harlan helped Harold Zimmermann celebrate his birthday Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle, and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Conrad Oppegard in Albert Lea, Minn., in honor of their infant daughter Debra Lloy, who was baptized Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson and family of Rolfe were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our neighbors, friends and relatives for cards, memorials, food brought in and other kind deeds shown during our recent bereavement. The James Ollom family. 16* CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone for their sympathy and help during our recent bereavement. The family of Max Ferstl. 16 CARD OF THANKS Thanks to relatives and friends for the letters and cards sent me during my 3 week stay at the Excelsior hospital & Clinic, at xcelsior Springs, Mo. Mrs Edvard Ohm, Lone Rock, la. 16* IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT 11 SERVICES The Compact Without Compromise! BY STUDEBAKER MM AWt M W*f WH «ff~AuMvi luv CEITIFW USED SAM-SOLO ONLY AT YOU* STUDEIAKER DEALER ;HULTZ BROS., so. PMiiips St., ALGONA, IOWA I-HAW80MC, HUSKY, IpWfST.PWCfD TOOi Install Officers The VFW Auxiliary here installed new officers Apr. 13. Installing officer was Zelina Johnson, past president. New officers are: Leona Sabin, president; Bette Hoover, senior vice president; Inez Peterson, junior vice president; Lorraine Schoby, treasurer; Ilean Manser, secretary; Anna Larson, chaplain; Joyce Schoby, conductress; Louella Wolf, assistant conductress; Ruth Black, guard; Ellen Evers, patriotic instructor; Thersa Kelley, banner bearer; Carrie Redemske, flag bearer; Helen Chamberlain, musician; Alta Steven, assistant musician; Mildred Zeigler, historian; and Marie O'Brien, Darlene Immerfall, Helen Utt and Zelma Johnson, color bearers. The first student to enroll at Yale University, which was chartered on Oct. 9, 1701, was Jacob Heminway. Get Your Smoking Supplies at the NEW SMOKE SHOP CARD OF THANKS We sincerely thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness and sympathy shown n the beautiful flowers, cards, -nemorial gifts; food, visits, and prayers during the illness and death of our loved one. 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