fU-t (la,) Dai M$lfl»i Jufftlay, May 8,, Softball Meeting , There will be a men's and 1 w6meh?s Softball meeting at the -city- hall here "Thursday at 8 p.m. 'Atiyone interested way attend and get complete details on the summer softball program. Communion Dresses Priced U. From $3.98 To $9.98 ELVA & JESSIE'S The Little Shop On The Side Street Trackmen Take S Firsts At E'Ville Relays Algona high school's track team made a fine showing and. wound up third in the annual Esther- yille Relays on a cold, rainy night at Estherville Thursday. The Bulldogs wound up 9% points behind first place Cherokee' and one-hfllf point behind Jlock Rapids. Coach Harold Shugart's crew won as many firsts, five, as Cherokee, but an abundance of second place finishes by the chamns gave them the title. Jerry Cowan annexed twc firsts for the locals. He high jumped 5-7" and ran the high hurdles in :16.8 to wind up. top point*getter for the Bulldogs. Jim Oberwetter ran the mile in 4:59.7, the second straight time he has won the event at Estherville and won the Ray Steele trophy; Gary Peer took the low hurdles in :22.7 and Jerry Ostrum remained unbeaten in the shot as he tossed the ball 42'11%." Bill Kraft grabbed a second for the locals in the football throw and third place finishes were racked up by the 880, 440 and mile relay teams. Ostrum, one of the top shot putters in the entire area, may be limited in future meets due to a couple of slipped discs in his back. It is hoped they will round into shape in time for him to compete in the district. The first school for the deaf and dumb in the United States was started in the year 181'. SELL US YOUR OLD CAR And Buy A New One During ALGONA'S GEORGE'S BODY SHOP FOR YOUR AUTO PARTS Main & Commercial CY 4-2665 We Will See You At ALGONA'S AUTO SHOW FRIDAY MAY 6 ON DODGE ST. Be Sure To Inspect The COMET The new car, with a longer wheelbase and a smoother ride than other compact cars, still is two to three feet shorter, than standard size cars. Compact but not stubby. ALSO ON DISPLAY THE 1960 MERCURY "7** Thirteen models in four series. By far Mercury's All-time Best! The car's soft, smooth ride is the result of blending of body, frame, suspension, engine and transmission into a completely road-tuned car. i FOR THE BEST DEAL ON A NEW OR USED CAR SEE ONE OF US * Bill Ringgenberg • Clayton tamers / • Dean Taylor, Mgr. Taylor Mercury Mercury & Comet Sales & Service Algona Junior High Thinclads Place Second Algona's junior high track team wound up second in the fourth annual Thunderbolt Relays at Eagle Grove Apr. 26. A judge's failure to spot Gary Patterson in second place at the finish of the 50-yar'd dash beat he locals put of the championship. Patterson's second place points would have put the locals ihead of the winning home team by more than a point. Despite the miscalculation. Patterson was completely over- ooked) the showing of the seventh and eighth graders was very good, indeed. Willie Steinman and Ken Mills each won a pair of-firsts, Gary arrish took one first as Algona wound up. with 56 points to Eagle Grove's 58 7/12. Webster lity, Humboldt, Clarion and Britt trailed Algona. Parrish set a new meet record when he went 4' 7" in the high ump; Steinman set a new standard in the football throw svith a good 178' 7M>" toss; and Mills tied the record in the 50- ard dash with a :06.2 timing. Steinman won the shot put with a 39' 9 ¥4" effort and Mills added his second individual win with a 15' 9%" broad jump. Parrish also took second in the 220-yard dash and Bruce Sundet grabbed second in the high ump behind Parrish. Steinman, Mills, Parrish and Paul Smith made up the 880-yard relay team hat placed third; Sundet, Gray Baylor, Norman Benson . and atterson took third in the med- ey relay; and Jerry Raney was hird in the medley relay; and ferry Raney was third in the 100- yard dash. Arnold Hill coaches the squad. Naylor, Da Split Honors Bill Naylor arid, . split honors at HaWltefc this week. Nay'lbr fllp line on his way J' total, tops for the Davis posted a 234 line, the week, as he registeredfC : 8fffe series. ,.', ''' ' Other men over 200 were Lavrenz 213, 205, L6u Krull Ken Richards 203, Al -Grill 2: 201, Ernie Godfredsen 212, Furst 210,' Hollis Benschbte^-20? Keri Sarchet 205, Art Ashtpf. 215, 200, Jake Thilges '200,' "Bo* Adams 225, Norm Gade 200, Darrel Davis 206, 203, Bob Ernst 211 Harold Martin 202,' Eugene Dur- ant'203, "Harold Peterson 22.1, 20: and Herb HedlUnd 211. Bancroft Coach ... Named Scout For Phillies Vince Meyer, who as coach of jaseball and basketball at St: John's high school, Bancroft, has urned out many topflight teams, ncluding several state champ- onship baseball teams, signed a contract recently as a scout in he north half of Iowa for the Philadelphia Phillies, National l,eague baseball team. Coach Meyer will continue in lis capacity as coach and instruc- ,or at St. John's during the school year, but will devote his summers to the scouting end of pro- 'essional baseball for the Phillies, rle will also continue with the youth program of baseball at Bancroft, held each summer, but will not coach the Junior Legion team as in the past. Tony Schneider has been named as Legion coach. Sentral Places Fenlon — The Sentral high school band, girls glee club and mixed chorus each won second ratings at the slate music contest, held Saturday." at Graettinger. Baccalaureate At Lu Verne Sunday, May 8 Lu Verne .— • Baccalaureate ser vices will be he\d at the Lu- Verne Community school Sun day, May 8 at 8 • p.m. ' Rev Worthie Usher will give the in. vocation and benedicton. On Frday evenng, May 13, tht sixty-sixth Lu Verne commence ment exercises will be held at I p.m. Edmund Groomes, notec farmer - humorist - philosopher from Menlo, will deliver the commencement address. Rev. J Paul Stevens will deliver the in vocation and benediction. There are 31 seniors graduatini and they are as follows: Karei Baker, Virginia Besch, Kaj Brink, Pat Burgess, Jim Byson Rosemary Carroll, Ronnie Clark Judy'Coleman, Rita, Egglestpn Sharon Eischen, Danny Ellifritz Luke Erpelding, Janice Frosi Earle Hanselman, Merle I Am Harig, Douglas Holmes, Duan Heinen, Larry Kubly, Warren Lenz, Lavon Maass, Beth Nea! Gary Norcross, Denny Patterson Jerold Raber, Shirleen Schnetzer Margo Stampka, David Trauger Charles Weber, Ronnie Wilhelm erald Will and Sharol ,Witt melerC ' , The annual Eighth grade grad uation and Class Day Exercise will be held May 20 at 10 a.m. Conviction Of Karp Is Upheld At St, Louis Thu U.S. Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals at St. Louis upheld the conviction and 15-year prison sentence given Valentine Karp 62, Hartland, Minn., this week Karp was convicted in fedora court at Fort Dodge last fall of the $687 robbery of the Farmers Trust and Savings Bank at La- kola June 10, 1959. The appeal by Karp in the St. Louis court was based on the fact the convicted man did not get to examine a statement by an FBI agent called into the case. The court denied the appeal on the basis that the matter was a "harmless error" and not prejudicial to the outcome of the case. Karp, who has been in prison since his conviction, held up two bank employees at gunpoint shortly after the bank opened for business and ran out of the biuld- ing to his car. He was ap- prchended several days later at Kalispell, Montana, and returned to Fort Dodge for trial. New Car Sales Hit 44 During Past Two Weeks Sales of new' vehicles continu ed to spurt in Kossuth count; during the past two weeks, wit! no less than 44 cars and truck registered at the county treas urer's office. Here are the own ers: Chevrolet — Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co., truck, Algona; L. M Berkland, Fenton; D. R. Potter Algona; H H. Krause, Fenton; E H. Maahs, Whittemore; W. H Ricklefs, Titonka; E. C. Farrell Whittemore; Martin Oils, Inc. Swoa City; D. C. Vogel, Ban croft; Frank Fisher Chevrolet Titonka; Schreiber Mills, Algona W. S. Knoner, Ledyard; Rev Walter Gossenberger, Swea City J. A. Schiltz, Bancroft; J R Schutjer, Titonka; and M. J Brandt, Titonka. Ford — Mor-Gro, Inc., Algona A. B. Alexander, Algona; L. C Faber, Algona; E. R. Ogren, La kota; Rev. Bernard Montag, Led yard; Andrew Deitering, Ban croft; Kermit Forbes, Algona Kent Motor, Algona; Mortense Imp, truck, Swea City; J. P Schissel, Lakota; Rey. E. L. Car ter, Swea City; Harriet Lynch Algona. Pontiac — Helen Hutchison Algona; and Ernie Williams P-C Algona. Dodge — Margaret Miller, Lon Rock; John W. Schultz, Bancrof and G. L. Schmidt, Titonka. Mercury — Ralph Ntehol Whittemore; and W. L. RenU Burt. Plymouth — L. J. Kollasd Whittemore. Buick — A. L. Cotton, Lon Rock; and C. B Huff, LuVerne International — E. N. Goch Bancroft. Rambler -r- W. W. Jolley, Fenton; and Titonka Hatchery. Chrysler — Ruth Patterson, Burt. Cadillac—Ernie Williams P-C, Alt^ona; and Hazel Miller, Algona. First Son Seneca — Mr and Mrs Ray Bcrgum became parents of theh first baby daughter Sunday morning, May 1, at the Holy Family Hospital at Eslberviik. Ttoa Btigunib have three sons. Buried Bancroft — Funeral services or Th6mas Larson' were held a? he Garry Funeral 1 Home'Friday afternoon with the" Rev, W, Hat-' chner, pastor of thfe Assembly Of God church, St. James, Minn,,, in charge. Burial was in Green. Wood township cemetery. Mr Larson died suddenly at his home in Bancroft April 25 at o'clock. He suffered a stroke ?eb. 8 and a second stroke Friday. Mr Larson was born Dec. 1886, at Harlan, loWa. On Dec i, 1928, he was united in marriage to Blanche Beckman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Cutler, of Bancroft at RockpOrt, Mo The young couple lived at Harlan for two years before moving to Bancroft. The,y left here in July, 1949, and lived in Mountain View, Ark., until 1957 when they returned to Bancroft to make their home. Mr Larson is" survived by his wife; two daughters, Mrs Elred (Delores) Simmons of LaSalle Minn.; Mrs Art (Joan) Johnson of Estherville, one son, Thomas who is with the U. S. Army in Korea; four grandsons^ five granddaughters, and one stepson, Ralph Beckman of Astoria Ore. He was -preceded in death by his parents and two brothers Silver Anniversary A large group of ' relatives went to Ledyard Sunday to help Mr and Mrs Alfred Menke cele brate their 25th wedding anniver sary. Mrs Menke has one broth er, LeRoy Schiltz, living here and Mr Menke has eight brothers Laurence, Richard,, Walter Ralph, Johnnie, Jimmy and Bob, a sister, Mrs George Rahe, all living here. Grabianowski Rites Willie Held Thursday •V" Swea & bianowski. Mrs Joe G>a* of Silver Lake township, Minn,, died at 1 a.m. Monday at a Fairmont, Minn, nursing home. J She had been iti the nursing honie for four weeks, following four weeks in a hospital. -'She was a, diabetic, but death Was due to a stroke. • • She is survived by, her husband, five«sons, Peter, Anthony, Michael and Edward,- Armstrong, and John at home;"two daughters, Mrs John-Sturm, Dolliver, and Mrs" A. J. Von Bank,'Armstrong', three brothers, Joseph, Prank and Thomas Masloski, Fairmont; two sisters. Mrs Anton Novak, Guckeen, Minn., and'Mrs Severt Amdahl, Estherville; 20 grand', children and three great-grand, children. Rosary will be said Tuesday (tonight) and Wednesday eve r nmgs in the Goodell Funeral Home, Fairmont, ' and services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in ' Holy Family Catholc church at? East 'Chain, -Minn, with Fr. Kunz officiating. Burial will also be at East Chain. STORAGF CABINETS, metal, a' tipper bes Moines. f, Center (rtjuredln Saturday Crash TOM'S Televiews yourig men from Buffalo deftier suffered- minor injuries •Men' a car driven ,fay Alan L. Huisrrian, 19, crashed five; miles east of Lakota on highway 9 at 1:45 a.m. Saturday. . Muteman .fas charged with failing to;have Ws vehicle under control- by Patrolman Dick Pedersen whfi investigated. MAKE IT A GREAT DAY FOR MOTHER! HERE ARE JUST A FEW GIFT SUGGESTIONS FROM READ'S CRYSTAL PLATE MIRRORS — suffered a back injury. men were tf cited ..^Buffalo Center. ,?He- ; Mttt wreck. '" An Algona youtK,' Chafes L r Heirtefi, route 1, Wai oife of the. 18 students named as winners of two-year scholarships by the Iowa farm "Bureau women. He. is- a senior at Garrigan, and intends 'to teach, , Z New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Arthur Welp are parents of a son born recently at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mr and Mrs Fred Kadow are parents of a son born at Holy Family hospital. This is their first son. He has four sisters. Brother Dies Mrs Melvin Ditsworth was called to Sioux Falls, S. D., Wednesday by the death of her brother, Mrs Flannery. She had been to Sioux Falls only a week ago when her mother suffered a heart attack. The brother had been ill for ten years and made his home with his mother. Mrs Bess Connelly went to Mason City Thursday where she will help in caring for her new granddaughter born -Wednesday to the Joseph Rozecs. . * Many friends from here mailed birthday cards to Emma Adolphson, 90, former school teacher here for many years. She now makes her home at Fort Dodge. Kay Menke, Meredith Bergman, Charleen Goche, Patty Dolon, Gwen and Madeline Baker attended a shower honoring Mrs Lloyd Smith at the Albert Wibben home Monday evening. Mrs Smith was Alice Wibben before her marriage. Watch for ail sorts of interruptions Friday,- as the tapes of Princess Margaret's wedding are telecast over several stations. You can catch it about 11 A.M. on Channel 3. At 6:30 NBC will carry a 60-minute taped report of he wedding, including the color- :ul procession to arid from Westminster Abbey, and the ceremony itself. 3el set for a carload of laughs as j Vtarisa Pavan and Johnny Carson co-slat.in "Girl in the Gold Bathtub" on United States Steel Hour, CBS, Wednesday, 8 p.m. NBC's color line-up is as follows for this week: Wed. — The Price Is Right, 7:30 to 8. Perry Como 'Kraft Music Hall, 8 to 9. Thurs. — The Ford Show, 8:30 to 9. Fri. — Art Carney, 7:30 to 8:30. Sat. — Bonanza, 6:30 to 7:30. Sun. — Sunday Showcase, 7 to 8. Chevy Show, 8 to 9. Mon. — Steve Allen . Plymouth Show, 9 to 10. Arthur Murray, 8:30 to 9. , CRYSTAL PLATE DOOR MIRRORS TOSS PILLOWS, Asserted Colors & Sizes, Foam .Rubber, Zipper Fabric THROW RUGS, 24 x 36, Skid Resistant, Washable Chenille _________ THROW RUGS, 24 x 36, 100% Cotton, Assorted Colors __— ; — THROW RUGS, 27 x 48, Assorted Colors . $6.85 UP . $4.95 $2.95 $1.49 _ $2.95 .. $4.49 Tues. Ford Starlime, 7:30 to Burt Student Honored David Christensen, son of Mr and Mrs James Christensen of Burt, has been initiated into Pi Tau Sigma, mechanical engineering honorary at Iowa State University. Membership is based on Funeral Held Saturday For Alvin Baxter Funeral services for Alvin L. Baxter, 19, son of Mr and Mrs Leslie 'Baxter who farm southwest of Lone Rock, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Graettinger Methodist church with Rev. R. O. Grote, Graettinger, and Rev. Evan Routh, Gopd Hope pastor, officiating. Burial was at Ayrshire. Alvin, who had a heart murmur all his life, succumbed to a heart attack at the Baxter home Sunday afternoon, Apr. 24. Alvin Leslie Baxter was born Dec. 26; 1939 at Ruthven. He at tended bchool there and at Graettinger where the family lived for nine years. The Baxters moved to their present home two years ago. Alvin was a member of the Good Hope Methodist church. He is survived by his parents, two sjsters, Mrs Darrell Malm, France, and Mrs Ponald Damman, Corning, and a brother, Dale, "Algona. ( Education Unit Elects Officers At the April meeting of the Kossuth County Education Ass'n, election of officers was held with the following results: President — W. P. TruesdeU, Titonka; vice president, Donald Slant-hard, Sentral; secretary, S. H Thiesse, Titonka; and treasurer, Gertrude Galloway, Lu- Verne. Mrs Frances Bason was named as delegate. She is from Algona. Dr. Alfred Schwartz of Drake University was the speaker,, at 8:30. Arthur Murray Parly, 8:30 to 9. THAT'S RICH For the answer to youf TV and Radio Problems, tune in (112 N Moore — CY 4-3260). TOM'S RADIO & TV Discount ON ALL MOTHERS' DAY GIFTS Does Not Apply on Sale Items. xx ^^-^-~~~~~~'"~ FORMICA TOP T.V. TRAYS IN Walnut, Mahogany and Maple Hassocks-Foot Stools - Lamps VISIT OUR EARLY AMERICAN DEPARTMENT FOR MAPLE ACCESSORIES "FOR MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS REAP FURNITURE Just West Of The Courthouse and activities. high annex. Make Plans Now To Attend The ALGONA AUTO SHOW . • ; WHERE YOU WILL SEE AMERICA'S NO. 1 ROAD CAR PONTIAC '-,* ' ' STANDARD OF TH£ WORLD CADILLAC ENGLAND'S DELUXE AUTOMOBILE YAUXHALL Friday, May 6, In Algeria On Dodge Street Ernie Williams Pontiac-Cadillac S W W. STATI ALGONA '€ I ,.
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