The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1959 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 28, 1959
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Cartons In PLASTIC CUPS > POTATO SALAD > BAKED BEANS » COLE SLAW CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE PICKEL & PIMENTO BRAUNSCHWEIGER SLICED LG. BOLOGNA AtGONA, IOWA, tHUftifcAY, MAY 58, Reb Johnson Wins 2 Stale Track Titles VOl. West Bend Moves To Top In Kossuth Baseball Loop New Potatoes 1C Ibs 496 SWEETHEART TOMATOES Pte. of 4—2 TEXAS MEDIUM YELLOW ONIONS 3 ^•^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^p f ^^^ | W^HHHHH|HpHlV||HHP SUPERVALU Algonn high school's aco dash man, Wnyno (Rebel) Johnson, who has made a habit of winning rnces the past two seasons, grab bed the 100 and 220 yard dasli titles in the Class A frnck Meet at Ames, Saturday, scoring all his team's points. The Bulldogs wound up tenth in a field of more than 40 loams, Johnson, 220 title-holder a year ago when the locals finished fifth, thus wound up perhaps the most illustrious track record in history here in a blnze of glory. Johnson was also awarded Algona high school's "Outstanding Athlete of The Year" trophy. Johnson ran two record-tying races lo take Ihe 220 title, lie ran his preliminary heat and Ihe final in :22.5, edging Bob Frit?., Marian, and Jim Baldwin, Shon- andoah, in the windup. His time in lhe_ finals of tho 100 was only two-tenths of a second off the state mark in class A. Me posted Ihe win in :10.2 and beat Gary Richards, Corning, and Larry Sch wilier^, Storm Lake. After running the 100 and 220 twice each, Johnson tired and failed to place in his other specially, the 440. He ran fourth in his heal and missed finishing in the money. The triple crown in the three dash events is next to impossible, but Johnson gave it all he had. Rebel was one of three state trackmen to win two titles. Algona's 440 relay team failed to place, despite the fuel the team bettered its districl qualifying lime. Garry Davis, oUl with an injured shoulder, was replaced by miler Jim OberwcUor and Ihe laller came through in fine fashion as the locals ran it In :40.1. Johnson entered the stale meet as the best qualifier in the 100 and had the season's best times in both the 100 and 220. Bancroft Chicks Lose Opener To Fairmont, 4*1 Fairmont! downed Bancroft's Chirks, 4-1, in n woll-played Southern Minnesota League gamu nl Bancroft Sunday night. The Bum-raft learn (jot only one hil, a double' by Gorcly Winkel in the firs) inning that drove in Dick Anderson with tlie lone Bancroft run of the contest. Loyal Bloxam, F a i r in o n I' s chucker, was invincible after thai. Bancroft held its 1-0 lead until the top half of the fifth Inning when Fairmont knotted the count. The winners put the game on ice in the sixth with a pair of counters, then added an insurance counter in the top of the eighth to take the decision. Austin downed Rochester, 3-1, and Albert Lea knocked oft Wlnomi, 5-1, in other league con- testa Sunday. Bancroft will travel I'd Fair- iinnl for a loop contest, tonight Thursday). PLAY MINIATURE GOLF ON MEMORIAL DAY ! BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY AND ENJOY YOURSELF OPEN 1:30 to 10:00 p.m. For The Rest of the Season Located West Of The Swimming Pool New Cars For 36 In County Sales of new cars and trucks ill 36 in Kossulh county during he past two weeks. CMC — R. L. Woods, Algona; Algona Construction Co.; Bradley Bros., Algona; and David Farrow, " ,edyard. Ford — D. W, Kollasch, Whlt- Lemore; L. R. Gray, Algona; B. P. Richardson, Algona; H. H. Smith, Algona; E. F. Bauer, Swca City; R. E. Vigdal, Algona; Alden McAdams, Algona; Culligan Sofl Water Service, Algona; S. P, Laurence, Algona; iancl E. A. Schneider, Jr., Bancroft. Chevrolet — J. J. Sinnwell, Bode; P. G. Carlsson, Wesley; L. D, Winter, Lakota; L. J. Frideres, truck, Algona; Cook's Radiator Repair, pickup, Algona; Robert Palmer, Algona; and Donalc Priobe, Fenlon. pdset — Doris C. Pact/., Burt Sludebaker — 'Fred Blumer LuVerne. / Renault — E..E. Anderson, .Al gdriaV •-•-.,•• i Pohtjac • — Henrielta"A'.""Boekcl- man, Algona; and Ernie Williams Pontiac-Cadillac, Algona. Volkswagen — F. T. Lewis, Lakota. Cadillac — J. J. Mersch, West Bend; Dr. Richard Snyder, Swea City. Dodge — O. R. Kelly, Ledyard. Rambler — Henry Otto, Algona. Olds '— Edward Adams, Algo- nn. Mercedes — T. J. Egan, Bancroft. Buick — W. H. Godden, Algona; and E. F. Larson, Burt." Plymouth — Robert Arend, West Bend took over the . spot in the Kossuth County Base-* ball League Sunday with an easy; 14-1, win over St. Jde, Major up-» set of the day was Lone Rock's 14-11 decision over an always* strong Humboldt crew at Lone Rock. " Ayrshire edged Algona, 7-6, in, 13 innings at Ayrshire and Whit* trmnre blasted Mallard, 13-7, at Whittemore in other loop games Sunday. Standings W L West Bend ..—.-2 0 Algnnn ^1 i Lone Rock 1. . 1 WhiUemoro 1 1 Mumboldt 1 1 Ayrshire 1 1 Mallard 1 1 St. Joe 0 2 St. Joe will travel to Mallard; Lone Rock to Algona; Ayrshire to Mumboldl; and Whittemore to West Bend for loop games this ' Sunday. Algona and Ayrshire battled all the way to the wire and past in their extended play at Ayrshire. The game was scoreless through the first three frames as Jim Geelan of Algona and John-, son of Ayrshire almost matched pitches. Ayrshire came up with foiif runs in the home half of thq t fourth, but Algona, with Pat MutT igan contributing an important" lou'ble, cut the margin lo 4-3 Iri' lie top of the fifth. Ayrshire counlecl one in Ihe fifth, making, t 5-3, and Geelan scored a 'run 'or Algona lo make it 5-4 in the slxlh. ", Thai's Ihe way it stood until the top of the ninth. With tvW" out, Long was hit by a pitch and^ singles by Rahe and" loaded the bases. Bill Lampright then hammered a single tha't drove in two runs, giving Algona- 0-5 lead. Ayrshire counte'd once in the last of the ninth to lie the game and scored the win-? ning run in the home half of the thirteenth on a pair df hit batsmen, a walk and a single. Mulligan was Algona's top sticker with three hits in s.i'jf trips. The winners got 12 hits and Algona 13. McNertney took 0'ver oh the hill f y p,r Algona after ;the tenth smd. tpok the defeat. ; Derner and Meyer hurled Whittemore's win over MaLlard, allowing eight hits. Whittemore belted 'out 16 from the offerings • of Slattery, Blake and Waters. Doyle went all the way on the hill for West Bend, giving ,up eight hits to St. Joe. Meyer and Neese hurled for St. Joe and allowed 11 blows. Anderson and Bollinger went all the way, respectively, for Humboldt and Lone Rock. Humboldt got eight hits and Lone Rock 15. The up-to-date houseTias wall- to-wall carpeting, wall-to-wall windows, and back-to-wall financing. — Changing Times. i ATTENTI NOW IS THE TIME TO SIGN UP FOR LEAGUE BOWL- ING THIS FALL AT ONE OF NORTH IOWA'S MOST MODERN 8-LANE BOWLING LAY-OUTS. THERE WILL BE WOMEN'S, MEN'S, CLASSIC AND MIXED LEAGUE ACTION. GET SIGNED UP EARLY - AND ENJOY A COMPLETELY NEW MODERN BUILDING, AIR CONDITIONED THROUGHOUT, UNDER-ALLEY BALL RETURNS, AMF AUTOMATIC PIN SPOTTERS AND ALL NEW FIXTURES. THE ENTIRE PROJECT, TO BE COMPLETED ON NORTH MAIN ST., GONA, WILL BE READY TO GO SEPT. 1 - SO SIGN UP AT ONCE; CALL OR SEE BOB RIED EL - PHONE CY 4-4430 Riedel and Doyle

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