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Algona Girl Is Winner In Swim Meet Cheryl Cook of Algona, with three individual' titles, proved to be., the -outstanding individual performed in the, annual Kossuth County: Swlmmirtg Meet, held Tuesday ; night, Aug. 9, at the Algona. swimrning, poql. , Miss Cook woti two swimming events and 'one diving title. , Three other 'swimmers finished Wlth> two individual titles as swimmers from Algona and Bancroft saw plenty of action 'duri'hg the m^et, They were Art Wejp, Bancroft, and John Schutter and Shirley Ringsdprf, Algona. • Here is a list of/ first place finishers by age group and 'event: Girls 80 ft. free style (10-13) — Shirley" Ringsdorf. 80, 'ft.:.,bac.k stroke (10-13) — Shirley Ringsdorjj ' '• • \ 80 ft .breast stroke (10-13) — Barb Welp, Bancroft. 160 ft, free • style (14-16) — Rita Hendrickson, Bancroft. 80 ft. back stroke (14-16) — Cheryl Cook. 80 ft. breast stroke (14-16) — Cheryl Cook. . Lowboard diving (15 and over) — Cheryl Cook. High ., .board diving- (15 and over) — Linda Tague, Algona. Boys . • 160 ft. free style (17 and over) J- Bill Kraft, Algona. • 160 ft. back stroke (17 and over) J— Joe Hoenk, Algona. 80 ft. free style (10-13) -^ Dick Clark, Bancroft, and, Bob Smith, Algona, tie., 80 ft. back stroke (10.-13) — Art Welp. 80 ft. breast stroke (10-13) — Art Welp. ' ' 160 ft. free style (14-16) — Bob Garms, Algona 80 ft. back stroke (14-16) — John Schutter. 80- ft. breast stroke (14-16) — John Schutter. Low board diving (Under 15) —'Don Hutchison, Algona. Low board diving (15 and over) — John Sires, Algona. _ 'High board diving (15 and over) — Keith Colwell, Algona. ' Algona and Bancroft split two boys relay events, Bancroft taking the 320 ft. (10-13), while Algona annexed the 320 ft. (14-16). Despite the lack of entries from towns in the county other than Garrigan Stars Belt Ft. Dodge 17-2 Thursday The d-arrigan All-Stead, featuring players from the" Algeria, Whittemore and St uoe Kossuth ,CoUnty League teams, blasted out a 17*2 win' over the 'Fort Dodge Blu-Jays at Qarngan. field Thursday night. 'The game .went only 6Vfe innings., . TWo 'seven-fun outbursts put the game out -of re'acn of tnti losers. The Garrigan team got a, pair of runs in the first, seven each in the third and fourth and a single counter m the fifth, while the Blu-Jays. counceo. single rUns in the sixth and seventh. ; Schilrrtoeller 'fired a four-hitter for Garrigan. The winners notched 11 hits and topjc advantage ol seven Fort Dodge etrbri. Leading bitters for the All-Stars were Shinn,' with three-for-three, Hein- e'rt, Hand and Gbrdy Winkel, with two hits each. Ledyard Girl was termed a success,-. FISH David lyiayberry, 12, of JVTa- quoketa is a proud angler who landed two catfish recently — one tipped the scale at 12 Vis pounds and the other weighed in at 5 pounds. It required .an hour to bring fh the larger of the two Two Upsets In Sunday Action Of County Loop Upset wins by Humboldt and Algona provided most of the fireworks in' the Kossuth County Baseball League Sunday. Humboldt knocked Whittemore out 61 a tie for first place in the loop. 1-0, at Humboldt, while Algona got past Ayrshire, 2-1, here to knock Ayrshire : out of contention for the title. West Bend took advantage of nine Lone Rock errors and the inability of Lone Rock to hit with men on base" to take an 11-8 win at West Bend. Standings West Bend .__. 10 3 Whittemore — 9 4 Lone Rock _._.— 8 4 Ayrshire :.-— 8' 5 St. Joe ——' 7 5 Humboldt 5 7 Algona . _ v __.._ 3 10. West Bend will travel to St. Joe, Algona to Whittemore and Humboldt to Ayrshire for games this Sunday. A win by St. Joe over West Bend would open, the doors for a possible three-way tie for the loop title. However, a win by West Bend will sew up the championship. • • • . . Heinen;.-ihurted-.» Algona pas} Ayrshire by holding the losers to only four hits.. The winners got five. Each team committed one error. Greene pitched Humboldt "past Whittemore and Sweeney. Klepper and Mertz combined to get West Bend past Lone Rock. The losers outhu the winners, 9-7, but left ,19 runners on base during the contest. Marv Bollinger took the loss. County Wool Payments Hit $33,000 Past Year ' Ledyard — A lovely wedding was 1 Solemnized Sunday', Aug. 7 in the fivahgelk'al -and'-Reformed church at 'Ledyafd 1 when Karen Jime Schroeder, daughter of Mrs Martha Schroeder of Ledyard andjjJie late Harry' Schroeder becaiiYe • the bride of LarTy C. Meyer, son of Harm H. Meyer of Wellsbufg. Rev. Victor Vriesen performed th'e double ring'cere- mony. ' , Nuptial music was piaycd by Mrs Orville Branut and she accompanied Mrs Anovve Blome, who 'Sang. . • The bride, given in' marriage by her • brother Ronald, was attired in a floor V'ngtn gown or Chantilly lace ] over nylon net and taffeta with a fitted bodice featured a sabrina neckline of pearls and -sequins, lace scallops on a basque bodice of lace with long lace sleeves end in a point at the, wrist. The full lace skirt was fashioned with a back of deep flounces of scalloped-lact casending into a rounded chapel train/She wore a finger tip veil of imported English bridal illusion attached to n plateau of crystal pleated lace ornamented with pearls and sequins. Her jewelry was pearl earings, a gift from the groom, and she carried a bouquet of deep pink roses and stephanotis. The matron of honor Was Mrs Wayne Gade, bridesmaid was Mrs Ronald Schroeder and junior bridesmaid was Barbara Schroeder. i ' , The groom was attended by Harvin Meyer, Kenneth Bungei and Jay Peters. Ushers were Wayne Gade and Willard Riekena; Ringbearers were Russell Schroeder and Craig Gade. A reception was held in the church basement following the ceremony for 200 guests. Mrs William C. Dau and "Mrs Harm Meyer cut and 'served the wedding cake. Mrs John R. Hoodjer and Mrs Lawrence Brandt poured. Mrs Mairlyn Brandt served punch, Carol Winter, Esther Dannen, Pauline Wentzien and Elaine Emmett were /waitresses. Mrs W E. Wiemer was dining room hostess. Opening gifts were Ardella Thede, Mrs Nordene Holdorson and Mrs Wayne Jurgenspn. Mrs William. Tokheim was in charge of the' guest/.Wok. "' . ' The ^ 'bride' V attended ' school and Iowa State Teachers College, and for the past two years has taught third grade in Wellsburg where she plans to teach again th'is fall. The groom attended the Wellsburg schoo and served two years in the army and is now engaged in farming After a ten day wedding trip out west they will be* at homo on a farm south of Wellsburg, Sara Fountain WiJI Graduate Ffom Nursing Ladies! BRING YOUR SEWING PROBLEMS HERE! •Do you have any problems with sewing? How about your sewing machine? UoVn how to get the most from it. Here's an invitation »o something you won't want to miss ..... 1 Beecher Lane Appliance « Invites You To Come In Every Friday TP Visit With A SINGER SEWING MACHINE FACTORY He will demonstrate Sina, 6 r 5ewi<l« Mq^hiqes pnd help y«u with any sewing problem yqw nmy have.- Come in every Friday. No obligation of any kind, of course. Beecher Lane Appliance Algona Sara C. Fountain, shown here:, daughter of Rev. and Mrs J. R;. Fountain, Algona will graduate from Bryan Memorial Hospital School of Nursing, Lincoln, Neb, Sunday, Aug. 21. Rev^ Fountain has been asked to give the commencement address. (UDM En<graving). Housewarming Is Held For Swea Family Sunday 'Swea Eagle — A housewarm- iiig party was held at the new home of Mr and Mrs Virgil Tokheim Sunday. Guests 'brought lunch and a gift of money '• for the Tokheims. Present were Clarence Tokheim of Jewel, Iowa, Mr and Mrs Martin Tokheim and Phil, Mr arid Mrs Lars Skaar and family, Mr and Mrs Bill Tokheim and family, Mr and Mrs Sam Link and sons, and Mr and Mrs Tom Preston anq family. Attend Reunion Mrs Harold Jones 'and Mrs Charles Schemmel attended a luncheon at the home of Mrs Jones' sister, Mrs Mary Budlong at Titonka last week. It was the 50th anniversary of the 1910 graduating class ot the Burt high school. Five of the seven members were present. Two are deceased. Mrs Jones was a guest of her sister, and Mrs Schemmel was a schoolmate. • A total of $33,222.55 has been paid so- far to :K6ssUth c'ounty Wool.growers in the fdrm of pay^- ments earned in, the national wool program 'for the' 1959 marketing year, according to VirgH L. Rohlf of the county A.S:C. office. Payments now being_ made were | earned on hiarketings of wool and unshorn lambs during the year from April 1, 195P through March 31, 'I960. On shorn wool, the' rate ot payment is 43.2 percent of the grower's net proceeds from, woo) marketings, or' $43.20 per $100 received. For unshorn lambs, the rate is 75 cents per hundred-weight for the liveweight of lambs sold. " There is a deduction from each grower's payment to provide q fund used in' promoting the sale of wool and lambs. This deduction, authorized by growers in a referendum, amounts to one cent a pound for shorn wool and five cents a hundredweight for unshorn lambs. ... The "wool program, authorized by the National Wool Act, is designed . to increase the annual wool output of the United States to a total of 300,000,000 pounds. This is done by means of in^ centive payments which bring the average price received by grow-, ers for wool to 62 cents per pound. *" Payments are now being made on applications received up to May 1, 1960. The 1960 marketing yqar will continue until March 31, 1961, and payments for. mar- ketings during that period will' be made next summer. Warn Children To Be Careful Around Dogs A timely warning to children returning to school to avoid stray dogs was issued today by the Iowa Veterinary Medical Association. "Dogs and children just seem to go together," a spokesman for the IVMA said "But parents should warn their boys and girls to stay away from stray dogs because of the danger of rabies." This disease is one to be avoided for two very good reasons First, it is almost invariably fatal once it has developed. And second, the preventive treatment is painful and expensive. Tuesday, Au0. 16, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper DM Monei-S Rabies is transmitted by the bite of a rabid animal. Many wild animals, in a'ddltion to dogs, may carry the disease. Animals can be protected from rabies by having them vaccinated by a veterinarian. By doing this, dog owners are not only protecting their pets, but they also are helping protect themselves, their children, and their neighbors against this drea« disease. But, unfortunately, all dogs are not vaccinated and they are the ortes with which we must be concernedi the veterinary group said. "So it just wakes good sense for. parents to impress on their children the danger of playing with stray dogs," the IVMA said. "It's much better to avoid them than to wait anxiously for two weeks after a dog bite to find out whether the animal was rabid." We have no quarrel with the man who has lower prices. He knows better than anyone else what his services are worth. 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 a r o carefully chosen to please the discriminating. Fashion Show Luncheon* Every Thursday. CALL FLEETWOOD 7-4311 FOR RESERVATIONS Whittemore Man Is Honored On 71st Birthday Whittemore — A number o relatives apd friends of Mr and Mrs Hernian Voigt gathered a .their'home Thursday evening to help Herman celebrate his 71s birthday. Those present included Henry Kueck of Lone Rock, M and Mrs Ronald Weber and fam ily of Pennsylvania, Mr and Mr: James Voigt qnd son, Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt, Rosella Voigt and Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl ;and Kay Frances, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz, David and Dean, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, and Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons of here, and Mr anu Mrs Arthur Mathers and Arleriq of Fenton. Arrive For Visit Mr and Mrs Ronald Weber and family of Morrisville, Pa. arrived here Tuesday on- a two week vacation at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Simtm Weber and other reiat|ves. Uncle Passes Mrs James Rock and her brothers, Dan Phelps of Jefferson and Charles Phelps of Hastings, left Saturday for Peoria, 111. to attend the funeral of an uncle. Many from Whittemore attend,ed the funeral of Carl Zumach, 84, Thursday afternoon in Iin- rnanuel Lutheran church at Lolls Creek. He was a brother of Herman and Reinhold Zumach of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs trnie Meyer attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs, A'vina Tiede, held Thursday afternoon in §t, John's Lutherap LuVerne. Herman Elbert was taken by ambulance to Emmeisburg, where h,e entered {he hospital a§ a medical patient. Mrs Victor Dau and Mrs Sterling S4m.pnsp.J< attended the Wo- mail's ' Missionary League Okoboji from Weunesday to Friday. They were sent us Mr and Mrs Harry Lund visited her grandfather, M. S. Simmons at Holy Family Hospital at Estherville Sunday. Darwin and Dai; ell , Isaacson 5 year old twin sons of the Eldon Isaacsons, are visiting their grandparents, the due Sampsons at Dolliver. Mr and Mrs Herb Papenfuhs drove to Walnut Grove, recently to visit relatives mere and ai Sedalia. Monday evening dinner guests of the Robert Andersons \vert her parents, the Carl Liens anc Linda, and her grandparents, Mi Chris Lien of Webster City and Mrs Milly Harris of Des Moin.cs Mr and Mrs Harold Jones visited at the -Ralph Chantrili homi. at Kanawha Sunday. Jerry Thompson spent las week visiting at the home of his aunt and uncle, the Rpbert Berg- grens at Rochester, Minn. Mr and Mrs Wayne Thompson and family, Mr ana Mrs Marlin Hardt and family, Dr. and Mrs R, F. Snydet* and Larry Franks and Don Johnsons spent Sunday at Okoboji at Ha,rdt's place there. Nieees o£ Mrs Dellmer Thomp* son, Kathleen Erlckson of Avm- strong and Sandra Eviukson of Sherburn, Minn, spent Th"i' s day and Friday at the Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Oscar Hanson and family of EstherviUe were Sunday dinner guests at the Hans Peterson's. PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, 'owa SUNDAY, AUG. 21 Henry Charles SUNDAY, AUG. 28 Guy DeLeo •;•• No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Ope.i at 8:30 Now you Know! Thp answer io> everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon „_> MHO QUESTIONt Can you explain the difference between 'standard" insurance .coverage and a "floater" policy? ANSWER: Very briefly, the "regular" policy covers only those risks specifically mentioned in the policy while the "floater" covers all hazards not specifically excluded by the policy. • if you'll address your own insurance questions to this ot- fice. we'll try to give you the correct answers an.d there wiH be no charge or obligation oi an.y kind, ' VS. BOHANNON. .. 6 N. 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