The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1959 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1959
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• A.* in ' - J lH \ LAK07A individual firsts, including three by reliable Rebel Jonhson, gave Algona's fiulldogs a fiffe font th place -finish ih a very close North Central Conference Track Meet at Iowa Falls Friday afternoon and evening, the team •title went to HumbOldt, but a spread of only 18 points Separat ed the top five teams, . * -:; \Siattdift§« , Humbeldi .......I. ',„ Eagle <S*ove ^.._^ Algona, West Bend Win Baseball Loop Openers — ......... 4 ^ ' Ha(npi6n -->.**^*^Al Webster Ciiy ».J._..34 -' 'IbWft Falls _i_.__»*_-^l . Clear Lake _^.^,.^_— 20 Algona. Joo,k'"rriore firsts -than ny team.- in -the meet, but second and third' plate finishes by thinclads from ' Humboldt, Eagl Grove and Clarion gave thosv. three teams a slight edge in the final run-down. Johnson took his, three, favorit races, the 100, 220 and 1 440 yard dashes, Jim Oberwetter swept to victory in the mile iA 4^55.'6 and Jerry Cowan tied with Meyer of Clarion with a 5-9 measurement in the high jump. Rebel took the -100 in .10.5; the 220, in 23.75 and the 440 in 54.25 to complete a perfect season up to the state meet which Will 'be held at Ames this Saturday, May 23. He is entered - in all three g vents after taking district titles at the meet 10 days ago ,at Eagle Grove, The 440 relay of Jon Discoe, Dieter Gruner, Jerry Cowan and Garry Davis 'also will compete in the state. Webster City, Iowa Falls and Clear Lake -all failed to win a first place- in any 'event. Burl, LuVerne Tricksters Tally In State Meet Buffalo Center, wound up eighteenth in,the class B division and LuVerne thirteenth r and B.urt thirty-eighth In ithetclaSs C ,div* ison of the;' "Iowa "Stale TrtT&K 1 Meet at Des Moines Saturday. Class AA and A divisions will have their" state meets at Ames -this • Saturday^ May 23. . ' 'LuVerne Scored, nine points, Buffalo Center six and Burt one 1 in the two divisions''Saturday. LuVerne's mile and two-mile relay teams wound up third in (those events an.jl' Gary Norcross •tdok flfth-ln the 4^0 yard run to put all of th'at school's points on the board. Mick Costigan, all- around athlete of Buffalo Center took the 880 yard title in 2:05.2 accounting for all of Buffalo Center's points, and Koestle placed fifth in the 180 yard low hurdles for Burt's single point in !the»meet. . LuVerne took the class B 'dis trict track meet,at Eagle Grov - a week earlier, Catholic Junior Loop Play Opens Si. Jos came up with two ' wins during the f jrst Peek's action to take over the top spot in the Catholic Junior High' League in this area. The St. Jb% crew punched out wins over Algona II and Whittemore to take the lead. ,- The week's results: Algona 1 10. Whittemore 2; St. Joe 7, Algona II 4; St. Benedict 5, Algona 1 '4; St. Joe 7, Whiiiemore 2; and Algona II 8, Wesley 3. Three ggmes are on tap each Tuesday and Thursday , from now until July 16. Algdna, titumboldt,; West Bend and Mallard' chalked xlp wins Sunday, as" the Kossuth County Baseball Leagufe opened the 1959 season,-at faur sites, '• < -Mallard will travel to .Whittemore, AlgbnVto Ayrshire; Humboldt , to Lone Rock; and West Bend to Str <Joe for games 'this Sunday. . , • •/ , .• • Here,.are Sunday's results: ' Algona 6, Whlitfemore 4 . Humboldt 19, Si, Joe ,7. , Weel Bfnd'll. Lone Rock 7 Mallatd 14, Aytshitferl } •'Biggest single'inning in th6 four 1 games came,, al * Mallard When the home club sent in all 14 of Us runs in the bottom bf the -fifth frame against Ayrshire. The winners had g6ose eggs in all other 1 innings, but 14 runs proved,to be a pretty fair cushion. Nys'trom and Slattery hurled for the Dinners, while J. Weubker, 'Hall"and Johnson all paraded to. the hill for Ayrshire. The winners .'garnered eight hits and the losers • four* * ^ Algona's, And/easen and Whit- iterhore^s Derner tangled in' a good mound duel at Algona. The winners.,managed nine ••hits from he .offerings of Derner and the oser's ; notched eight off And- easen. • ' • • Humboldt's -defending loop hamps made eight hits pay off ivith ~'a' win over St. Joe. The osers- registered only five bloWa during "the fray as Harikins arid ioh'nson hurled for the winners and 'Neese, Meyer and Sawyer 'or the* losers. West Bend's Don Holland gave up'sev'.en hits a'S'he bested Lone Rock,at West Bend. Each teahi committed, five errors and the winners came through with 11 s from the, offer ings of Bolling- ei; Eotratz 'and Schuller. *•* 'SunH^y's "• f oaf -"winners were tied for'the top spot a'hd-the four losers were tied for*fifth place in the league standings after the first week's play. • , Whiii'emore 4 AB ,R Lane, 3b 4 1 J. Kollasch, -SB 1.-4-5 • • 0 Mergen, Ib —*-^_5 0 D. ^Kollasch; c' 4 1 Lauck; cf —' ~-5 - 0 Meyer, rf ___~_.I—_4 - 0 M. Kollasch,'If _,i-5- 0" Bormann, 2b 2 0 Voigt — 1 0 Smith, 21? ___v—«.-! 1 Derner, p __ 3i ' 1, '39 4 Long, Ib —j 4 1 3 Rahe, 2b —...»—4 ' 0, 0 Andreason, p -—.-4 .0 3 Mulligan, 3b ...-^4 1 0 Johnson, cf >.i. t *«.4 ; 1 0, McN'ertney, sS *.*-3. 1 0 Slobe, rf _..*...-it* ..3 0 0 Geelan, rf —J-iL-0 '-1 0 L'ampright, d'*-.^;3 0 1 X34 9 Whittemore Girl To Wed, June 14 Algona (6) ' - • AB R Gooden, If 5,' 1 'Monday evening,' Mr W. O. Ley fcntertained a boys arid gitls at ft Square Dant party. » " Mrs Henry Olttioff attehdcd funei-al services foi* her nephexv David finnen, eight year old % son of Mr and- Mrs Jdtenry Ehneft o Elmbre, at the Lutheran chUrrl in Elmore on Thursday aftornotin DSVitt, bebamfe ', ill ,on ^lu^- and was taken to the hospntftl n Blue Earth on Monday Whore he passed away a few hout.s l&ter. Death is attributed to i&p.nal Meningitis. Late Monday night, Scott, DM; month old son Of Mr 'and Mrs Di>los Swanson, v^ras rushed .to" the Buflalo Center h06.pitaVsli'fferiii« from a severe attack of cfflup.'lH 1 will have to remain Were for some time. •Mr and Mrs A. C. Sehlssel til- tended funeral services for Bt-n Meyer Monday aflcfnoon at tnu Presbyterian Church in Spirit Lake, Mr Meyer was'a cousin ol Mrs Schissel. ' Sunday attcrnoon Mr and Mrs Epko Johnson entertained at i birthday party honoring Beth am Dennis. Mr and Mrs Russell TePaskc and children of Humbbldt were Sunday dinner guests at the Vernon Smith home and spent the afternoon calling on other friends. Mr TcPaske, former Ln- kota teacher, has received a Notional Science .Foundation Scholarship to Oklahoma State College a,t .Stillwater, Oklahoma this summer. . ; The American Legion Auxiliary met Moncfey night "in the Legion Hall.' Plans 'fpr >the sale of pop.- pies were made'and t thb MemoV- lal ,Day 'program was 1 discussed. The ladies are to serve' lunch/at the County Legion "meeting to'be held - -in - Lakota May^ 21. Mrs Jerry Heetland and Mrs C. ; C Rippentrop .served'the lunch fof- lowing the meeting/ ' > • Mr and Mrs Howard Klinksiejk ire parents of a seven pound daughter, Shirley Jenn, born May 2 at the Holy Family Hospital in EsthcrviUo. Mr and Mrs H. D. Mussmart wove Sunday dinner' guests At the mine of Mr and Mrs D. C. Kiester in Elmore. L e u n n r d Weinknuf received word Tuesday morning of the death of his youngest brother, Arnold Wcinkauf at Mineota, Minn. Lincoln Township Homt'tnnkers of Kossuth County will have Mothers Guest Day in connection with their regulftr. meeting, Friday, May 15 at the homo of Mrs Ed Shcldnhl. Mrs Donnlcl Clapper is co-hostess. Mi's Junior Poppe and Mrs Art Wintjcs ore n charge, of the program. Lcdyard Township Homemnk- ers club will meet at the home of Mrs Lou NiU in Lakola on bVi- day, May 15 at 2 >p.m. Mrs Mary Tclkamp will have the topic, and a Mothers Day program Is also planned. Sherry Claybaugh, senior nurse and daughter/ of Mr and Mrs Floyd Claybaugh of Lnkola, is n member of the Methodist Kahler Nurses Choir of 55 voices from Rochester, Minnesota, Hint wont on a choir tour May 2 and 3 to Des Moines. nedy nnd Tiennn , Mrs Edmund Larson and Mrs Jesse Harms were in Algona Mon» day morning. Mr and Mrs Dunne Metsger, Darwin and Connelly were Sunday callers at the Victor Fitch' home. "Success is the total oc many things well done." Wttfey New* Reese Martin and Leo ftltdman wpent Tuesday in Des Moirws whet* LW> had a cheek*u|> at the Volcrans hrt&pital, Mr and Mrs Harold Mftrtinck, I Jerry and &im spent /May 10, with hi* sistfflt>,Aline JWarlinek who teaches «U»i<; ift Knrtxvtlle. , , Sunday dinner gucat» ifi the Vincent Cruise home were;Mr ana Mrs Ray KHegcl and children ' ';. i at** rypewritor and adding machine supplies at Dppt;r Des Mointsa Pub. Co., Algona. DRIVE-IN tNOS THURSDAY: "ANNA IUCA$TA" Portland News Mr nnd Mrs Dwight Ruse, Mrs Stanley Ruse and Korene Fitch visited Stanley Ruse at the Britt liospilal Sunday. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Ray McWhorlcr flew to Denver for a week's visit. He will visit Dr. and Mrs Robert Collett and family, his brother, Lewis Me- Whorter, at Fort Collins, and also the Albert Goodwin family. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch attended a family gathering at the home of Mr and Mrs Roy Clark, Mason City. The father, Charles Clark, 96, and three grandchildren were also present. Mrs Elmer Erickson, Rodman, spent Friday with Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy.' Mr and Mrs Harry Quintus of Garner were weekend guests at the home of Mrs Elizabeth Ken- Mr and Mrs Severin Opheim, Whittemore, announce the en- _;agement and -approaching marriage of 'their daughter, Irene Louise, above, to Mr Orie Petersen, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Orie Petersen, Sr. of -Burt. The wedding will take 'place' Sunday, June 14, at Trinity Lutheran church at Algona. (UDM Engraving) FOJC Larry Bos of Inwood came across a fox-hole recently that contained -seven' 1 'fair-sized cubs and the mother. * ' OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, .filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. 'Co., Algona, across' from new Municipal parking lot. ' ' • BETTER PRINTING fpt less — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. VE 'SUNDAY - 3 Days - Zk T f^FtfKf Ik SUNDAY For 3 DAYS! 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