The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1960 · Page 8
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---* District Champ In Track; Algona 5th LuVerne easily,won the class C title, which Algona high wound tip fifth and Garrigan seventh in class A at the district trgck meet at Eagle Grove Saturday. Burt came through with a fourth f>lace finish in class C. All first and second place winners in district events advanced to state meet's and it's possible some of the third place winners may also make the grade if their times or distances are better than winning marks in other district meets. LuVerne posted nine first and 90 points while romping to the win in class C. Burt registered 37 points. Clarion won the class A division, getting 71 points while Algona got 34 points and Garrigan got a single counter with fifth in the 880 yard relay. This is Garrigan's first year of track. Here arc LuVerne's first place efforts — Bob Norcross, discus. 117'i"; Paul Gilligan, high jump (tie), 5'8"; Ronnie Clark, broad jump, 19'5Vfe"; two mile relay 9:00.2; Hanselman, mile run, 4:38.9; 880 relay, 1:37.2; medley relay, 3:51.2; 440 relay, :48.8: and mile relay, 3:47.8. Doug Holmes was second in the football throw; Bob Bristow second in the 440; and Ronnie Wilhelm second in the 880. Jerry Koestler of Burt was first in the 120 yard high hurdles, :17.6; and Tom Kissner tied with Gilligan of kuVerne for first in the high jump. Koestler got second in the broad jump and Kissner took second in the high hurdles. Algona failed to get a first, but Gary Peer grabbed second in the 180 yard low hurdles in :21 and the mile relay team of Peer, Richard Hutchins, Bob Parrish and Bob Percival got second in 3:42.2. Jim Oberwetter gained the state meet with his third place finish in the mile run. It is possible the 880 relay team, the 440 relay team and Bjll Sigsbee in the 440 may also qualify with their times despite third place finishes. County Baseball League Begins Schedule Sunday The opening four games of the Kossuth County Baseball League season are slated to get underway at West Bend, Graettinger, Algona and Humboldt this Sunday at 2:30 p.m. St. Joe will travel to West Bend; Lone Rock to Graettinger; Whittemore to Algona; and Ayrshire to Humboldt for the openers. Play in the loop will continue throughout the summer each Sunday afternoon, with the exception of July 3, through August 21. Stewart McFadden. Algona, is president and Erich Seegebarth, Lone Rock, secretary of the league. TRIPLETS Triplet calves 'arrived recently at the Douglas Stuhr farm near Minden when one of the Holstein cows in the herd mothered a threesome of coal black calves. I—Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May 10, 1960 KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS New Algona High Football Coach Outlines His Plans This photo will serve to introduce Algona high school's new football coach and his wife, Mr and Mrs Jim Hershberger, who visited the city Apr. 30. The Hershbergers plan to move to Algona during the first week of August and Jim will begin workouts with his first A.U.S. squad less than three weeks later, Aug. 24. Both are graduates of Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. Mr Hershberger has coached for the -past two years at Janesville high school where his teams won almost 80 percent of their games. (Polaroid Photo-UDM Engraving). Algona high school's new football coach, Jim Hershberger, and his wife, Floy, were house- hunting here Apr. 30, and while here the new grid mentor revealed some of his ideas about football. Hershberger will take over the reigns officially Aug. 24, when football practices all over the siate get underway. He and his wife plan to arrive here about the first week in August after Jim finishes a term of summer school at his alma mater, Iowa State Teachers, Cedar Falls. 'Both M/ and Mrs Hershberger are quiet, friendly and very likeable. It is apparent, however, that Jim can be stern enough to get the point across to his players on the practice field and during games this fall. Jim, who played his collegiate football in the North Certral Conference for Teacherr, under the late Buck Starbeck, has patterned much of his offensive and defensive strategy after that of his teacher. Starbeck was recognized as one of the top coaches in the entire midwest for many years before his death. Hershberger will feature the single wing attack on offense. He wants to get a look at his squad and study its potential be- HfTshbrrgrr track here. will also coach Algona Tennis Players Place Second, Dist. Ren Herbst, singles entrant, and Ron Tschflttcr and Larry Klein, doubles team, won second place nii'thils in the district tennis meet at Fort Dodge Saturday. Fort Dodge, Webster City and Aljfona were entered in the meet. Herbst, who got a bye in tho first round, advanced to the finals with a (3-4, 8-G win in the semifinals, then dropped the championship to Miller of Fort Dodge, 3-f>. 6-4. 3-fi. II was- the third year in a row an Algona player had reached the finals against a Dodger. T.M-hctter and Klein posted a (5-3, (i-4 win o •.»_•!• one Fort Dodge team in the second round, but the other Fort Dodge double? team eliminated the locals, 4-0. 3-6, in the finals. Algona's other doubles team, Kuchrn- reuther and Medin. was eliminated by Webster City, fi-0, (5-0, in the first round, while Joe Hoenk dropped a 2-fi, (!-2, 1-6 decision to Miller in the second round of singles play. wns united in marringo to Joico, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Keith of Minot, N. D. The service was read 1:30 p.m. Sunday May 1 in the First Lutheran church of East Grand Forks, N Dak., with the Rev. Bortchart officiating . •' They were attended by Lt. and Mrs Royal Wilson. A reception was held in the Dakota Hotel. The young couple will be at home in Grand Forks after May 15 when Captain Schipull will return to his duties at the Grand Porks Air Base. Present Program First grade students at Bertha Godfrey school presented a short program for parents Apr. 28. Room parents, Mrs Donald* Armstong and Mrs Glenn Chally were hostesses for a social time that followed. Leona Smith is first grade teacher. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and Des Moines Pub. Co. Rush' Chairman James McMahon, son of Mr and Mrs E. C. McMahon, Algona, was recently elected rush chairman of the State University of Iowa chapter of Delta Theta Phi, professional legal fraternity at Iowa City. James is a freshman in the college of law. $1000 Fishing Derby Big Stone Lake-Ortonville, Minn. Weekly Priies b Big Grand Priies in 9 Species, Crappies, Walleyes, Northerns, Perch. Large Mouth Bas, Bullheads, Catfish, Sunfish, and Silver Bass. CONTEST RUNS THROUGH MAY The Fish Are Bitin' . . . Join the Fun and Win Big Priies ! fore laying complete offensive and defensive plans. Jim likes to have his teams throw the ball, IF the necessary material (a good passer or two and two or three good receivers) is available. If his teams can't throw, they'll have to grind it out much in the manner of most famous single wing teams. In the coach's own words, "I like good old hard-nosed football." Basically, his offense is not fancy. Fundamentals will take up ti lot of time in the early practices. To play for Hershberger. the first two things any candidate must learn are blocking and tackling. Blocking is especially important in the single wing setup—there's not as much of the brush-type blocking as is used in T and wing-T football. The idea is to knock the opponent down. Hershberger's defensive tactics will also depend on material and offensive patterns used by his opponents. Scouting reports will give Jim some help in the latter category once the season gets underway. Coach Hershberger was signed recently to fill the vacancy which resulted when Coach Harold Shugart resigned. He is a graduate of Kalona high school (near Iowa City) where he lettered in football, basketball and track. In football, he was a back for two years arid an end during his junior and senior years. He played end and tackle for I.S.T.C., then coached the past two years at Janesville, where his teams won 12, lost three and tied one: Jim's hobbies include hunting, fishing and golf. Mrs Hershberger attended high school at Clear Lake where she was active in musical organiza tions. She also attended I.S.T.C. and has taught at Janesville. She will not teach here. Her favorite hobby is golf. Charles Scotts Observeth At Burt May 1 Burt — Mr and, Mrs Charles Scott were hosts to approximately 50 relatives and friends at their home May 1. The occasion was the observance of the Scotts' 40th wedding anniversary which was Apr. 28. A dinner was given at noon for members of the immediate family; The cake was cut and served by Mrs Don Way of Wesley and Mrs Roger Scott poured. The honored couple received many gifts. Cecelia Andreason and Charles Scott were married at the -farm home of the bride's father, Anton Andreason, east of Burt Apr. 28, 1020. All their married life has been spent in or near Burt. In 1939 they bought their own farm southeast of Burt, which they farmed until they retired and moved to town in 1952. A son now lives on the farm . They are the parents of one daughter, T.Trs Eugene Lloyd, Shenandoah and a son, Roger. Burt, and are 'grandparents of 6 Irandsons. SMELT FRY All You Con Eat For $1.00 V.F.W.HALL OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Thursday May 12 -11 A. M. To 1 P. M Sponsored By t : .. IZAAK WALTON LEAGUE Donate Project The members of the Brownie Troop and Intermediate Girl Scouts have completed thei- Community project and had it installed on Thursday. Under the Supervision of George Becker, who cut out the parts and installed it, put together, sanded tind varnished D. stool which was installed at the water fountain in the new city hall. Up to today small children had to be held up to get a drink, now they will be able to help themselves. Mrs Russell Patterson is the leader of the Brownies and Scouts. Burt Bombers Met The meeting of the Burt Bombers 4-H club was held at the home- of Lynn Bierstedt, A quiz over the different cuts of beef, pork and lamb, discussed at previous month's meeting was £iven. Ronald Cherland demonstrated the purity analysis of feed. The next meeting will be with Ronald Cherland. Lunch was served by Mrs Bierstedt. Aileen Samek was presented a gold life membership pin by members of the W.S.C.S. at their regular meeting Wednesday. The group also voted at this meeting to serve the annual church chicken supper Sept. 1. Mrs George Manus and Anna Meyers of Corwith were guests of honor at a birthday dinner given for them at the home of Mrs Manus' mother, Bert h'a Mansmith, Thursday. Other guests were Mrs Phil Puffer and Mrs Jerry Puffer and two chil- xdren of Corwith,, Mrs Lawrence Gillispie, Mrs Verle Elmore and Christie of Algona. Mr and Mrs Jerry Weiner and daughters were Friday evening guests in the Roy Chrischilles home at Fenton. Mrs Gertrude Ackerman and .Mrs C. W. Heerdt visited Thursday in the Frank Flaig home at Lone Rock. The Past Matron's Club will meet May 19 instead of on the regular meeting day. This is one week later. A 9 a.m. May Day Breakfast will be held at the home of Lillian Fredrickson : . LuVerne Man Takes A Bride In No. Dakota LuVerne — Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull spent the weekend in Grand Forks, N. D., making the acquaintance of a new daughter- in-law. Captain Gerald Schipull "If* COMPLETE 1360 SCHEDULE FOR ALGONA LITTLE LEAGUES NATIONAL June 1 2 6 7 8 9 13 14 15 16 20 21 22 23 27 28 29 30 Braves vs. Giants vs. Braves vs. Cards vs. Braves vs. Cards vs. Cards vs. Pirates vs. Giants vs. Pirates vs. Pirates vs. Rain date Giants vs. Rain date Braves vs. Giants vs. Rain date Braves vs. Cards Pirates Giants Pirates Pirates Giants Braves , Giants Braves Cards Braves Cards Cards Pirates Giants AMERICAN Indians vs. Orioles fled Sex vs. Tigers White Sox vs. Yanks Indians vs. Red Sox Orioles vs. White Sox Tigers vs. Yanks Indians vs. Tigers Orioles vs. Yanks Red Sox vs. White Sox Indians vs. White Sox Orioles vs. Tigers Indians vs. Yanks Orioles vs. Red Sox Red Sox ys. Yanks Tigers vs. White Sox Orioles vs. Indians Tigers vs. Red Sox Yanks vs. White Sox INTERNATIONAL Soos vs. Bears Royals vs. Saints Bears vs. Bees Saints vs. Soos Chiefs vs. Millers Bees vs. Chiefs Royals vs. Soos Millers vs. Bees Chiefs vs. Bears Millers vs. Royals Soos vs. Bees Chiefs vs. Royals Bears vs. Millers Saints vs. Chiefs Royals vs. Bears Millers vs. Soos Saints vs. Millers Bees vs. Saints COURTESY OF EVERETT E. BARR INSURANCE AGENCY ''SINGLE US OUT FOR YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS TO BE DOUBLY SAFE AT HOME" t 9 No. Dodge Street CY 4-3242 Algona July 5 Cards vs. 6 Braves vs. 7 Cards vs. 11 Cards vs. 12 Rain date 13. Pirates vs, 14. Giants vs. 18 Rain date 19 Pirates vs. 20 Pirates vs 21 Giants vs. 25 Rain date 26 Rain date 27 Rain date Pirates Pirates Giants Braves . Giants . 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