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Country Club Almost Ready ^^ - • ' • • • : i .. IK slated next month. DM $45.000 addition and improvement project at Algona Country Club has now shaped up so it is possible to determine exactly how changes on the southwest side of the building will appear when the entire plant is again put into full use by members. Work on the project began earlier this summer, with H. J. Cowan as general contractor. As seen in the above photo, the major alterations and additions are: a full, two-story screened-in porch on the left; new, enlarged locker rooms'for men and women, complete with doorways to the patio outside (lower right); a large addition to a former small, private dining room (upper right); a 10' x 20' wading pool (small arrow, right); and a 20' x 60' swimming pool (east end of pool shown under large arrow, left). • • ; ' ' The two pools, complete with bath house, are nearly ready for use at the present time, while some work remains to be done on the interior portion of the main building. The addition and improvements to the building were okayed several months ago and work, which included moving number nine green from its former spot in the swimming pool area, began so6n afterward. " , . . „. L^flulH A special assessment was voted for members and a limit as to the number of members was also passed by the board of directors before the work was undertaken. (UDM Newsfoto-Engraving). Mr and Mrs W. A. Hardy spent Saturday at Minneapolis, with friends. Mrs Era Deim and Mary Bieser spent Sunday at Spencer with Mr and Mrs L. R. Hornbuckle. Mrs Lenore Miltz has returned from a visit of a week with relatives and friends in Chicago. Mr and Mrs E. L. Garbett spent last week Sunday at Emmelsburg with Mr and Mrs John Stegman. Mr and Mrs Arnie Elbert had Mr and Mrs Russell Fisher and Kathy, Osage, as weekend guests. Tom Hutchison, Des Moines, spent the weekend here with his parents Mr and Mrs Theodore St. John's Sectional Winner; District Slated Wednesday St. John's of Bancroft fashioned an 8-0 victory over Swea CUy at Garrigan Field Monday night in the finals of the sectional tournament and gained the right to meet Corwith-Wesley at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the first round of district action. Corwith- Wesley posted a 6-3 verdict. : pver Humboldt at Corwith,., ,^o 'gato the district at Garrigan. Sectional winners from Joice and Ruthven will meet in the first game Wednesday at 6 p.m. Here are the results of the week-long sectional at Garrigan: Swea City 15, Titonka 8 St. John's 17, Hurt 3 Garrigan 5, Algona 1 Swea City 9, bentral 8 St. John's 13, Garrigan 9 St. John's counted two runs in tne bottom of tne first inning on a pair of walks and an error und was never neaded. i'ne Jonn- nies rallied for lour runs in tne home halt oi the third wun -me help of three errors, a walK ana a single by George Garry, doubles ' by OeWayne Hatten and Larry Rahe and a triple by Hog liutcninson. The final pair of counters came in the last of the sixtn on two walKs, an error and hits by Dick Donahue and Ken Hutchinsqn.. Hatten went all the way on the^ hill for the winners, allowing, only two hits'. The Johnnies notched eight blows. Jim Elliott and Terry Johnson hurled for Swea City with Elliott getting the loss. Box Score: Swea City (0) AB R Elliott 3 0 Sttwart 0 0 Johnson 20 Snydcr 30 Conway 30 Larson 3 0 Grabianowski 3 0 Pech ... 30 Hubbard ,2 0 KOSSUTH COUNTY 22 -'0 2 St. John's (8) AB R H Donahue 3 2 1 Smith 2 1 0 Menke _ 220 Hatten 4 1 2 K. Hulchinsdn _U_ 4 0' 1 G. Hutchinlup — r - 4,0, 1 R. Hutchinson 4 1 1 Rahe -'- 2 1 1 Garry 2 0 ' 1 27. 8 Power Hitting In 8«mi FintU f ... Thrill-packed semi-final games of the meet were played before a large crowd Frlaay night. The St. John's-Garrigan erf- counter wasn't settled until the top of the seyenth frame wheji the Johnnies shattered a 9-9 tie with four big runs. Coach Vince . Meyer's team ^ by Smith, Alft« H»tt*p, #6*1 Hutchinson and G«ne HuWMnson, wKb was ap- patently on the way to an easy win. ' ' GaiTi|an got one run back in the home hajf of the first as Bqb Dick HcWitjaslnrti » batT-bou single through third base, Dick Donahue's double and « we»t four for-four during the game, gave the Johnnies a 5-1 bulge in the visitor's half of the second, but a single by Leroy Heinen, two errors and a booming triple to left by Oscar Frochlich cut the gap to 5-4 in the last half of the same inning. The Johnnies scored twice In the fourth after the first two men strucK out. A pair oV'waiKs, a wild pitch and Mehke's third nit, a single, sent in the runs. The Bears, under Coacli Jim Geelan, made it 7-5 as Chuck Heinen tripled and scored' on brother Dick's fielder's choice. However, a double error gave St. John's a run in the sixth to make it 8-5 and set the stage for Garrigan's most productive rally. An single by Ray Elbert was followed: by two' outs. Chuck Heinen kept the threat alive as ic walked and Dick Heinen sent both runners home with a double to left. A single oy Bill Reed ;cored th~e tying run and Bill Rahm gave Garrigan its first lead with a single to center. > St. John's proved to be more than equal to the situation in the top of the seventh. Rog Hutchinson started things off win a single. Larry. Rahe bounced to third and the runners reacned. second and third as Garrigan committed two errors on the play. A walk to Garry loaded the sacks, nuichinson then tied the score wnen ne raced noinu on a wild pucn, tne others moving to second and third. Donahue was nil oy a pitcn to load me buses again, and after Smith struck out, Merike- lurrUpeci a three-ou,sc d|iot lo .lejt't for ini'VV myre runs. Hatlen followed with a triple tor the final, run. Donahue, who tooK over for the. Jptmnit'S in the last of the third, took the win although I./ Hard, .and Bill Ranrh, who.- replaced starter Chucks Heinen, 'took the loss. Dick and Leroy Heinen and Bill Heed each got two hits for ' Garrigan, while Menke's 'four topped the winners. Each team..6p,t Jl hUs a^d G«H'T rigan committed five errors to the Johnnies' three. Swea City had to count eight runs and, all five of its hits in the bottom of the fifth inning, then fight off a seventh inning rally Jp dgtoj S? nlraj. ; , Thet Troja|is <?ounte<i a run in the first wi^out the benefit of 3 hit flnd Scntra,! came back with 'a'pair of counters without a hit to take the lead in 'the third frame. , . s Jt remained 2-1 a >vi both 'jpit* qhers, EJaryl Preston for SerT •an* Tfrry Johjison for Swea City, had things well in hand until the fateful wrth. ,walks, two Sfutral errors, a balk, several stolen bases, passed ball, singles by Jim Elliott, Mike" Stewart and John Boland and triples by Stewar 'his second hit of the inning) anc Johnspn sent home the eigh! runs. Sentral got a pair back in the sixth as Denny Geitzenauer belt ed a triple with two mates on then finished the thriller with four runs in the- .-seventh. Threi Swea City errors, a wild pitch a double by Jerry Newbrough and a triple by Preston turnec 1 the, trick. Johnson managed t shut the door and grab the win The loser was Daryl Preston. Preston led Sentral in hittinf with a pair of sanities, whil Stewart also got a pair for Swei City Each team registered fivi hits and • committed six errors r Tuesday, July 19, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper D«t Men**—S July 6. Attending the wedding from this a re ii were Pete Dahlhauscr, Jr., Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Tony WaeehU-r. Otioscn, aneTiVlrs Homy Dt.-archs, Jr., Aigonu. (UL)M Engraving) Off To Olympics Errors Settle Issue Wednesday The Garrigan - Algona high school meeting in a first-rouiic 1 game Wednesday night drew -a very large crowd of local fans. Errors - proved the public school's dowinfall in an otherwise well-played contest. The Bulldogs erred five times as Garrigan led from the second inning on. Garrigan's first three runs came in the bottom of the second. :Two errors, a stolen 1 base and one-base knocks by Dick and Lcrpy Heine.n turned the trick. - ' . . • " Another error, a passed ball and a bingle * by ' Dick ' Heinen made it 4-0 in tne last of 'the fourth and an error, stolen base and * single by • Bob Schneidci made it «-<* in' the fifth, * The lone Bulldog run came in the top of the final inning- A walk was followed by 3 triple by Cbucfc Streit for the counter. Bill Wetzel and Streit shareo Algona's two hits, while DICK Heinen got two, of Garrigan's blows. Lynn Hansen went all the way fpr the winners on the hill, while Ken Egel and Bill shared mound duties,. Egel . the loss for the Bulldogs. St. Joe, 9-2, and West Bend got past Humboldt, 7-6, in other lea- ue frays Sunday. Whittemore will nave a chance o climb right back up on top this Sunday. The Whittemore club, now third, will travel to Ayrshire for a meeting with the league leaders. Other games will find St. Joe at Lone Rock and Algona at Humbomt. Standings W L Ayrshire 7 2 West Bend 6 2 Whittemore 6 3 Lone Rock 5 3 St. Joe _.__. 4 4 Humboldt 3 5 Algona 2 6 Pitcher Marv Bellinger hurled the Lone Rock win over Whittemore. He proved equal to the situation' in the bottom half ot the ninth when he got out of a bases loaded, one out jam by allowing just one run. Whittemore notched nine hits and made two miscues,- while Lone Rock got six hits and also made two errors. Johnson hurled for the losers. Don Holland hurled West Bend past the once-mighty Humboldt club. He allowed 10 hits while his mates managed 12 from the ofefrings of Mosbach. lumboldt committed 1 six errors, West Bend only two. Ayrshire banged ^out 10 hits to overwhelm St. Joe. Dotspn hurled the win, allowing five bingles, while Henderson • and Holmes Mr and Mrs Glen Graham spent Ihe weekend at Blooming Prairie, Minn., with Mr and Mrs Christy Olson. Mr and Mrs Walter Lichler have been recently visited by Mr and Mrs Jack Lichter and little son. Mrs A t J. Eason and daughter Susan spent Saturday at Nevada with Mr and Mrs James Potter and family. Mr and Mrs William Finn had Mr and Mrs John Crawford, Polk City, as overnight guests Saturday and Sunday. Kenneth Besch of Kent Motor Company recently attended a Ford truck sales workshop in Waterloo, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Albert Granzow have had as guests Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer, Fort Meyers, Fla., former residents here. Mrs Larry Sowers spent Saturday here and with her husband returned to their home at Crystal Lake for the weekend. There will be a cookout at Call State Park for all Brownies and day camp leaders in scouting from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. July 20. Karen Haase, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase, spent a few days last week at Spencer with Susan .Porter, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. C. Porter, former Algonans. Mr and Mrs John Hopkins had as guests last weekend Mr and Mrs Francis Wheeler and daughter Janet, Newton. John and Francis were war buddies and were in the eleventh evacuation hospital unit. Mrs Fred Genrich, Lone Rock, Spent three weeks with her son, Maynard and family at Carthage, Mo., and also visited with Mrs hurled for St. Joe. Each committed seven errors. team Indians Clinch Little League ^K Championship The Indians became the first Algona. little team to grab league baseball a championship Lone Rock dumped Whitte- 0-5, in Kossuth County ll League action Sunday knocked the losers out' of a tie for first place in the loop. Ayrshire downed this week as the \1 teams headed for the home stretch; The Indian? copped (he American, League title by taking two wins/and remaining unbeaten. The Giants in the National League mamed a mat hetnatical chance in that loop te tie the high-flying Pirates and the. Soos still 1 threaten- tne unbeaten Chiefs in 'the International loop. • GarnuX this week, Tuesday through Thursday, will find the Pirates vs Cards, Pirates vs Praves and Giants vs Cards in the National; Yanks vs Indians Red Sox vs Oriole* and Yanks vs Red Sox in the American; end, Soos J y* fcjnU, IlayaUs ys Millers m*d ^eajfc Yg 4Nefc> M 1 the Jnternationiil, ,' Hazel Leming. From there she went to Houston, Texas, and spent three weeks with her son Bernard and family. • Mrs Lucille Zerfass has been visited a few days by Mrs Louis Verveers and daughter Mary Jane, Downers Grove, 111. They accompanied Alice Kain, DeKalb, 111., who was guest of Mr and Mrs Charles Beringer. Mrs Ver- veer is the former Janet Zerfass. Mrs John Kcnefick and Ann hove returned from Chicago, where they visited a week with relatives. The family is leaving this week to spend the rest of the summer at their cottage at McGregor, Minn. Dr. Kenefick will join them from time to time over the weekends. Mr and Mrs John Hanselman are being visited by their daughter, Mrs Lee Teel and children, Larry and Leon. At the conclusion of the two week visit she will be accompanied to her home at Lancaster, Calif., by her brother David' who will visit there a few. weeks. " • - • , • ' Mrs. Eva Deim and her sister Mary ^Bieser have had as guests at various times the -past few weeks Mr and Mrs J. F. Kuhn and Mrs Ralph Stein, St. Paul, Minn., Mrs Mary McGlothan, Colorado Springs, Colo., Mr and Mrs Matt Kramer, Bancroft, and Mrs John Uhlenhake and Mrs Mary Kramer, Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert, Mike and Martha have returned from a two week camping trip to Sibley State Park and Norway Beach,' Cass Lake, Minn. They were also guests of the Rev. and .virs, Leonard Nelson, former residents here, now living at Cloquet, Minn, puring their absence Mrs Gilbert's sister, Mrs, Roy Verhines, Allen and. Lori, of Ka,t>- .sas City, and the father Fred Johnson, Esthq,rvUlc; stayed with Iheir son John Mr and Mrs John Gerber have been visited by Gideon Gerber and his son-in-law uncl daughter of Bluffton, End. Leona Goccke, R. N. at Mercy hospital, Mason City, is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Leonard Goccke. Mrs Josephine Kiecker has been visited by Mr and Mrs Garnet Knight, Minneapolis, and Mrs Kenneth Olson, Courtland, Minn. Roy Sampson came Saturday from Hooper, Neb., and is visiting various relatives here, the Claude Samsons, Tom Sampsons and Karl WiMasons. Mr and Mrs John Gerber have had as guests their daughter Mrs Paul Strahm and son Delvin, Sabtha, Kan., and Mr and Mrs Merlin Strahm, Wichita, Kan. Mrs Glenn Long, Linda and Tory and Mrs John Slevin and Russell drove to Albert Lea, Minn., Wednesday and also to the caves at Spring Valley, Minn. Mr end Mrs Leon Laird had as weekend guests Mrs. Ethel Harden, Mrs Odessa Griggs and her grandchildren Lynn and Leigh Smylhe, all of Washington, D.C. Callers at the Good Samaritan Home at Algona to see Mrs Herman Baahs were Mr & Mrs Victor Dau from Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert from Eldora. Mr and Mrs Henry Furst were guests a week ago Sunday of Mr and Mrs Fred Habegar at Burl. Tuesday they were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Richard Furst at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken, Marcia, Mary and Janice and Mrs Minnie Hinken spent Sunday at Sac City with Mr and Mrs Marvin Sernett and sons. Marcia remained for a few days longer visit. Mr and Mrs Glen Raney were visited several days last week by Rev. and Mrs Robert Holzhammer and children David and Christine, Dubuque. They left Thursday for a two week vacation at Leech Lake, Minn. i Mr and Mrs Norman Hanevick and son of Elmore spent Sunday recently with Mrs Hanevick's parents, Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz, here. The Hanevicks have moved to St. Paul where Mr Hanevick is'employed. Mrs Mae Raney, Mrs Fern Young and Mrs Ruth Sparks went Lakota — Jerry McMullcn of Burl, La kola high school boys coach and scicTice teacher, leaves this weekend by tram for New York. On July 22 he will board the S. S. Rotterdam for a 45-day tour which will take him through 10 European countries including England, Portugal. Spain, Switzerland, France ana Italy, Austria. Germany and Luxemburg. Highlight of the trip will be attending the Olympics in Italy the last wefk in August. Mr. Mcivlullen will fly back to the Slates Laboi Day. MATINEES DAILY AT 2 P.M. "DAVID AND BATHSHEBA" — Now thru Thursday — 7:lS< 9:.iO. "5 Branded Women". "40 Man". Friday - Saturday, "§ Branded Women", 7:00-10:00, "4D M;,n" 8:45. Saturday Matinee, Cartoons at 2:00: "4D Man". 2:30; "THE BIG FISHERMAN" — Sunday 2:10-5:45-9:10; Monday 2:15-8:30. "Anything Goes" - "Big Night" — Tuesday and Wednesday, "tiig Night" at 8:00; "Anything Goes" at 9:20. IF TT'S NEWS. ~WE WANT IT SALES BOOKS, register lick- els, register carbons, adder ;md cash register rolls at the Upper DC.-; Moines Pub. Co., Algona. to Northfield, Minn., last week and visited Mrs Evelyn Sparks. They also saw Harold Starks and Mrs Raney went with him to Dundas to see Durwood Fitch. . Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie have had as guests Mr and Mrs Melbourne Mansmith and children Dennis, Donna, and Terry, Worth, 111. They also visited the mother Mrs Bertha Mansmith at Burl and other relatives. Mrs Kalhryn Mahoney left Friday with Mrs Dora Ferrigan for a visit with her in Chicago. Mrs Ferrigan has made an extended visit here. They will attend the first mass oi' Rev. Francis Faulkner who was ordained in Rome Aug. 9, 1959. Mrs Hilda Gronwall has for Ihe past month been visited by Mr: and Mrs Eric Ebel, Brooklyn, N. Y. They left Sunday for home and prior to that had, with Mrs Gronwall, visited . Mr and Mrs Robert Gronwall, at Madrid. Mr and Mrs John Groiie have as guests Mr and Mrs Gordon Grotte, Whittier, Calif., who will be here a fortnight. The visitors and Mr and Mrs Grotte spent the weekend at Clarion with Mr and Mrs G. O. Ukers who have a cottage there. Grethen House 1514 NO. SHORE DRIVE CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Iowa's bit of New England invites your parties, luncheons, coffees, brunches, bridal showers and dinners. Smart casual clothes, selected gifts arc carefully chosen to please the discriminating. Fashion Show Luncheons Every Thursday. CALL FLEETWOOD 7-4311 FOR RESERVATIONS (29-31-33) Now you Know! The answer to everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: Is Ihe Assigned Risk pool only for drivers under 25 years old? ANSWER: Not at all. A driver of any age may have something in his driving history which makes the insurance companies unwilling to insure him voluntarily. He then must go to the Assigned Risk pool for his insurance. * if you'll address your own insurance questions to this oi- fice, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation ot any kind. L. S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 Former Algoncsn Wed At Phoenix Served in the Gracious Atmosphere of the Ballroom Each Sunday — 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Featuring Music on the Hammond Organ Delicious Food Graciously Served Sunday Dinners From $1.40 Up HOTEL ALGONA COFFEE SHOP and DINING ROOM Braves 12, Cards 0 Giants 9, Pirajtes 3 Giants 14, Braves a " . .Ai .nr Orioles 7, Yanks 5 Red Sp*V White, International Soos 11, Bears' I)' Royals 13, Saints 6 Beawp 3, Bee« 2 •landings! National , W Pirates ____ ., ------ 8 Giants I--,- ...... - « Braves ...: -------- 3 Ca<sd,$ ------ r-- ----- ^ • . American W Indians .......... - 7 Orioles --------- ., — 5 Red Sox ........ -- 5 Yanks ....... ----- 4 White Sox ...... -- 1 Tigers ........ — i 0 INDIAN DAY TITONKA, IOWA Wednesday, July 27 Midway Open Evening Of Tuesday, July 26 BIG STREET PARADE At 10:00 A.M. Wednesday Morning, July 27 Soos 0 6 . 5 Millers ............ 3 '*»wr '•*,------- — •„- 3. Saints ............ 1 Bees _____ „. ....... 0 L 2 4 ,7 L 0 2 3 3 6 C 0 1 2 3 5 6 7 Richard Stewart, sun of Mr and Mrs George Stewart, Phoenix, Ariz., formerly oi Algona. iuid,Ann Cecelia Honk, daughter of Mr and Mrs Hubert F. Ilouk, Phoenix, were united in marriage recently in St. Francis Xavier church at Phoenix. A reception fallowing the- ceremony was held at'the" Town and Country Lodge there. Puula Timmons si.-rvvri as maid of honor and bridesmaids wen fciUlkcn HouU and Mary Ju Stewart. James Dahl was best man a,nd pick Toland, James Stewart and Robert Houk wt-n.- ushers. , Mr and Mrs Stewart, who both attended Phoenix Calkgje, have, resided at Scottsdulc, Ariz, since completion of a wedding trip Fun Galore ! For Everyone Ai! Day long Home Talent Show. $1QO Cash Prizes In The Evening Rides i - Concesrions ! - Shows I THi Tuesday Evening 4vJ«

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