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Corwith-Wesley, 7 Others Advance, Sectional Play CorWith i- Wesley, 'defending' state high school baseball champ- Ion, was one of seven area teams to chalk up victories in first round sectional tourney games Saturday.' .Semifinal.games Were slated Monday. '• Corwith-Wesley belted Britt 6-0 at' Corw'lth as Ron Stroup fend Steve Doughan combined to hurl a one-hitter, Stroup went the first five innings, gave up one hit and whiffed 13 and Doughan finished,' striking out four \ in 'two fratnek Bob Anderson led the Corwith attack with a home run.'' Corwith will meet the winner 1 o"f the Goldfield- Boone Valley game for the sectional title Wednesday. 1 ' Garrigan high of Algona out slugged Twin Rivers of Bode, 18 8; and West Bend,blasted Rolfe 18-0, at West Bend; Ringstec rolled past Gruyer, 10-2; ; and Armstrong bested Dolliver, .8-0 at Armstrong; Sentfal ;edged Ledyard, 8-7; arid St*, John's romped past Burt; 21-0, at Bancroft; and Goldfield won by for feit from LuVerne ih the other game 'slated at .Corwith. hrneighbor 6-Alfldnd (id.) Uaoef De» Moliw Tuesday, April 26, 1960 KQSSUTH COUNTY PORTS ' ' : By, •' Clalr Blossom SPRING S — Spring cleaning takes pre- .cedence at this time of year. P —• Practically everyone 'must pitch, in and help with the extras. R — R e g u late your chores so that you won't d o too much .at one time. I — Inventory of improvements and repairs is a good rdea~rignTnow. N — Never postpone the important necessities that will eliminate added expenses later on. G — Growing; things get special notice. While doing the i annual spring cleaning it might be a good idea to check for fire hazards in your own home; , Your responsibility doesn't end there. Adequate Fire Insurance is a necessity. Blossom Insurance, Agency, 109 No. podge Street, Algona. Phone CYpress 4-2735. " Local Trackmen Shatter Three Records In Wk. Algona high school trackmen shattered three school records while taking a 123 2/3 - 47 1/3 dual meet win from Elmore and a fifth place finish in class B at the Eagle Relays at Eagle Grove. The Elmore - Algona meet was held here Tuesday. Apr. 19, and .the Eagle Relays were run Friday. Jerry Ostrum tossed the shot 46' 8%" against Elmore, bettering a throw of 45" 10" by Dennis Meyers 'way back in 1926. Ostrum then took the title at Eagle Grove with a toss of 44' 31/4". Jerry Cowan didn't win the high hurdles at Eagle Grove, but his time of :I6. was 2/10 of a second' under the previous record here. - ' '. ' Gary Peer raced to a :20.5 timing in the\ low hurdles in the Eagle Relays, one of the best times posted in the state this year, but wound up second behind Fletcher of Clarion. Peer's TOM'S Televiews time was 1.3 seconds under the previous record, set by Ron Ger ber in 1955. , Algona won every event on the way to the victory over Elmorc r out-manned squad. Individua firsts went to Cowan in the IOC high hurdles, discus and high jump; Bob Percival in the 220 Jim Oberwetter, mile and half mile; Peer, low hurdles and 440 Ostrum, shot; Bill Kraft, foot ball throw; Jim Richardson broad jump; and Gerber and Mil ler tied in .the pole vault. Al the relay teams also cam through. Ostrum got Algona's only firs at Eagle Grove. The team, fift in the standings, was only 1 points behind Clarion's champ ionship team. The 880 relay team, Cowan: Percival and two freshmen, Bill Wetzel and Bob Parrish, took second; Kraft was third in the football throw; and the mile relay team came .within a whisker of breaking the school record. Members of the team are freshmen Parrish and Rich Hutchins and juniors Percival and Peer. Coach Harold Shugart's team has shown rapid improvement and will be a threat for the title at the Estherville • Relays this Thursday. In 1940 there, were 2,145 Kiwanis clubs in existence, most of them in America. i , Little League Meeting Thursday There will be a meeting, of ITj Algona little league mandgetS ind umpires Thursday HigHt, Apr. 28, at the city' hall.. &S eanization and rules will,.be.,dig? cussed and plans for the cdftll$g season completed. ,' .11" Men who would like to''.Serve as coaches or umpires who do rt6t have children in school should contact Everett Bafr or George" Duvall. More coaches and umpires are needed to insure the success of the prbgrani- .Umpires would devote about eight nights during the -seasbn, and coaches would spend as much time as they desire. " Slips for signing Up for Little League Baseball are in the hands of the teachers in all schools,'.and should be returned immediately by the boys who wish to compete. All boys who next"ye&> will be in grades three through eight are eligible to compete. 2 Bowlers Split Hawkeye Honors Cliff Benschoter and Art Ashton shared bowling honors at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Benschoter had lines of 236 and 226 on his way to a 635 series total, while Ashton had high single line, a 253. He posted a 632 series and also posted lines Of 200 and 201. Dick Godfredsen had lines of 245, 201 and 222 and a 627 series and Bob Carr posted lines of 201 and 222 on his way to a 613 series. Other men over 200 were Ralph Lindhorst 206, Darrel Davis 211, Norm Gade 211, Brad Bradford 212, Harold Peterson 220, Jerry Cowan 218, 215, Leo Krull 221, Al Grill 210, Ernie Lavrenz 204, Ernie Godfredsen 208, Russ Sands 206, Pudge Miller 209 and Oscar Metcalf 200. , VVflo \JL JJO***« -ill t>t SuH was soloist. . . *he MceptibJt Was held Ift the church parlors to^ J f| 0 th | uCe3 ts S^HSHr ~. HOMHOLttb Beef Quarters CUT -i W»AM»BD\ BlERl LOCKERS St. Benedict P& """"I" 1 " 111111111 Ruth Darlene. Erickson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Erickson of Algona, became the bride of Larry Lee Dreyer, son of Mrs Marie Dreyer, in a ceremony performed Sunday, April 24, at 2:30 CV.I kJ W1*V*«,J ) * — £.-.— ( at the Lotts Creek Lutheran p.m. —- — church by Rev. Peters. The bride was attired bridal gown of net' over:'-taffeta and lace, colonial style. She Wore a crown of pearls, pearl earrings and necklace, a gift of the bridegroom, and. carried a bridal bouquet of red roses. .Attending the couple were Dave Bricksoh of Algona and in .LJci VC •**• •i^'**""" v *~ -—TCI - ; a Janice Dreyer of Burt. Ushers Tenth Pin Won't Fall, Kegler Notches A 289 Appear Here May 3 • I, f: " • •- . • ' —.—i—. Skarda New Supt. Of Britt Schools Paul Skarda, who has served for 11 years as superintendent at Corwith and then Corwith-Wesley Community school district has been 1 named as the new superintendent of schools at Britt. He was selected from 60 applicants. Mr'Skarda is a graduate of D gon'al high, received his B.Sf degree in teaching at Iowa State Teachers, and his master's degree at Drake. He also served as a captain in the air force. ; The new superintendent will replace Earl Miller, who resigned. Del Reding, a 160 average bowler, got the biggest thrill of his kegling career Tuesday night, Apr. 19. when he came within one pin of a perfect game — 300. Del wound up with a 289 when the tenth pin in the. final frame wiggled,, but wouldn't fall over. He started the game with 10 strikes in a row. Then came the pin that refused to give up. To add insult to injury, Del tossed a perfect strike in the first frame of next game. It came a little too late for the 300. but the 289 was satisfactory. Del's game was the highest in Algona during the cur- There will be no new Falhe: Knows Best programs produced after this season. Following sum mer reruns. Father moves t Tuesday with another series o repeats which will' replace ih Dennis O'Keefe Show on CBS. Have you felt that need for a second television set? We still have a lot of real good used sets in our basement. Come in and have a look at them. Some terrific buys! Groucho Marx gives up cigars for an hour, as he stars in the production of Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Mikado". The show draws on the world of opera for Helen Traubel and Robert Rounseville and stars a host of other wel known celebrities ,on The Bell Telephone Hour Friday night at 7:30 over NBC — in glorious color, too. The color line-up for the rest of the week is as follows: Wed. — The Price is Hight, 7:30 do 8. Thurs. — The Ford Show, 8:30 to 9. Fri Bell Telephone Hour, 7:3t to 8:30. Masquerade Party. 8:30 to 9. Sal. — Bonanba, 6:30 to 7:30. World Wide 60, 8:30 to 9:30. Sun. — Sunday Showcase, 7 to 8 Chevy Show, 8 to 9. Mon. — Hallmark Hall of Fame 8:30 to 10. Tues . — Ford Slartime, 7:30 t 8:30. Arthur Murray Party, 8:3 to 9:00. THAT'S RICH . .. For the answer to your TV an Radio Problems, tune m Moore - CY 4-3260). .The Algona High School vocal concert will be presented Tuesday, Mav 3 at a p.m. in the high school auditorium. Featured on the program will be "The Three Hits and a Miss", Bill Bourne, Ben Herbst Sharon DeGroute ?md Jason Elherington., shown here. They sing arrangements styled after the popular recording quartet, "The Four Freshmen". Kim Deal will sing a group of songs accompanied by Pain Waller. Other participating groups are the mixed chorus, girls chorus, symphonettes and freshman quartet. (Photo by Isaacson — UDM Engraving), Spring Rally The Iowa Conservative Baptist Spring Rally will be held at Ottumwa Apr. 25-27. The following members of the First Baptist^ church, Algona, are attending the rally:-Mrs L. W. Keith, Mrs John Schimmel, Mrs Karl Willasson, Mrs Wm. Geering, Mrs J. R: Fountain and Pastor J. R. Fountain. For Mother's DAY: Choose A Gift She Would Choose For Herself . . . A BEAUTY GIFT CERTIFICATE From Algona's Newest And Finest Beauty Salon TOM'S RADIO & TV GIFT CERTIFICATE To Tot Painfully Burned Ann 1 Marie Buscherfeld, 18 month-old daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Buscherfeld, was painr Lilly burned on her arm last week at Whittemore when she pulled *a pan of hot potatoes : rom the stove. She is recovering nicely, however. rent season. He wound up,, with a 611 series total — with almost half the count in the one game. According to witnesses, the hit on the eleventh ball of Del's big game was better than some.earlier thai wound up as strikes. ALL LAW OFFICES IN f _ AtGONA WILL CLOSE ON SATURDAY AFTERNOONS MAY THRU SEPTEMBER, ^ BEGINNING SAT., MAY 7th Tourney Results Rodman bested Garrigan, 12-5 and West Bend got past Whitte more, 6-5, in semi-final round games of the spring sectiona baseball tournament at West Bend Monday. All other sectional game in the area were rained out. Pla; v/as expected to resume todaj (Tuesday), with final round activ ity slated Wednesday. Grass Fire Algona firemen were called to the Ralph Diekoff residence on East McGregor street at 11 a.m. Thursday to extinguish a grass fire. Prompt action limited the grass cover burned and kept the blaze from causing any damage. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and Des Moines Pub. Co. WANTED TO BUY SCRAP IRON, JUNK CARS, OLD MACHINERY. We also pick up tin and wire. .'•.,. Phone me at Algp r nar CYpress 4-4508 LEONARD PESICKA ALGONA 14-17* Offer Tax Help Taxpayers in need of assistance can obtain help from the Internal Hevenue Service on the 4th Friday of each month, through the Balance of this year. Hours are 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. and 12:3C p.m. to 4 p.m. on those Fridays, at the Postoffice in Algona. J. P. Court Three men paid fines in Jus ticc C. H. OsUVinkle's court thi week. They were Harlan Lein inger, Whittemore, $10 and costs improper left turn; Orvillo L Dixon, Burt, $10 and costs, im roper passing; and Ortwin F 'ioU, Fonton, $10 and costs, pass ng a school bus. $ Permanent Wave STATE BEAUTY SALON Stop In Or Call Us Today For A Perfect Gift For Mother • June Simpson • Viola Hansen • Delrae Kemna Ground Floor Algona Hotel CY 4-3127 State Beauty Salon N ICHOLS SHOE REPAIR We Specialize in Color Dyeing 114 S. Harlan Algon VISIT THE P «i6d Corner niHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii" NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS ALL POGS WILL BE QUARANTINED WITHIN THE CITY OF ALGONA DURING THE FIRST WEEK IN MAY (MAY 1 TO 7 INCLUSIVE). ALL DOGS, LICENSED OR NOT, WILL BE PICKED UP BY THE POLICE IF FOUND UNLEASHED WITHIN THE CITY. SATURDAY, MAY 7, THE "ANNUAL PET PARADE" Will' BE'HELD, BY THE SALESMAN'S BUREAU OF-THE ALGONA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.- , t ;. . / ..'..••'.'. -{ '; •;,'£ ' ••'.„• -C .»"•'.' ->-. - 1 i.Y-:'^' • ' ••' •' '-• ' "ARRANGEMENTS'ARE"'BEING MADE WITH THE VETERINARIANS TO MAKE RABIES INOCULATIONS AVAILABLE TO ALL DOG OWNERS SATURDAY, MAY 7, AND CITY CLERK DAVID SMITH WILL HAVE DOG LICENSES AVAILABLE. "t MANY PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN TO THE YOUNGSTERS PARTICIPATING IN THE PET PARADE. DR. CAMERON C. SHIERK MAYOR, CITY OF ALGONA For All Sizes & Weights of T A R P S You Do Better At WILLE'S CANVAS & Upholstery 206 West State. Algona Add A "Finishing Touch" to Your Rooms With SHUTTERS We have a wide selection — natural finish or colors. Come In And Browse At READ'S FURNITURE 7 thru 20 SPEAKING CORN In Albert City, corn stored i one of the grain storage waru- louscs of the Farmers Coopera- ive Elevator broke through the side recently spilling approximately 25,000 bushels on the ground. No one was injured when the wall gave way. FIRE All contents of the Oskaloosa Silo plant were believed to have been damaged beyond use by the heat from a fire that occurred there recently. Inside the building were two trucks, a trailer the cement mixing plant, an agitating machine, 311 steel stave molds, two truckloads of stee just received, 600 bags of cemen and some 2,500 staves either being cured or in storage. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS lishing Co., phone CY 4-3539 Pub. Co., Algona. Floor Paint Sale DAVIS EVERBRIOHT ENAMEL BEAUTIFUL COLORS, FIRST GRADE ENAMEL PER QT. $1.19 REDING S Davis Paint Store ALGONA, IOWA DO YOU SEE IT? FEEL IT? TASTE IT? HEAR IT? SMEU IT? i '....• No Yoy Don'tl Yet ifs there - 24 hours per day, 365 day? pf year, working for you. You know It is because ypu «an see television and lights; fee! th* heat or wld It pwt» o«»J »«»» the excellent food prepared with.it? hear your radio pr phpnpgraph; and smell freshly laundered clothing. It does SP many thing* fpr ypw, ypu don't even knpw ifs there, Ypu knpw however, the inltant It Isn't thW_gnd_YPU .MfoA'U* VSE tlictrl?WrvantMnake use pf it, It!«the lowest cost labor you eon buy. It is elecjrjeiry. Algona Municipal Utilities ^^BT^^I t-t

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