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* P |« 1t>.', ll~4 •fcn^ ta (to.) tfpptf Be* Jont 4, 19S9 36 Little League Teams Are Off and Running Algeria's little league ball play- r-rs were off and running this \veok, with action in three leagues featured at three Ferrate diamonds. Here ,w re* suits of Monday and Tuesday evening games: Nalional League Cards 11, Brax-cs 1 Giants 12, Cubs 8 American League Indians 2. White Sox 0 Orioles 14, Timers 10 International League Bears 18. Bee? 9 Saints 15. Royals 3 All Notional League games arc played at Bertha Godfrey school, American League games at Lucia Wallace school and International League frays at 1hc Athletic Park -on East State stivet. The slate'of games during the next week includes: National League June 4 —Cubs vs. Braves- June 8 —Giants vs. Pirates June 9 —Cards vs. Cubs June 10-—Giants vs. Braves American League June 4 —Yanks vs. Athletics Juno 8 —Indians vs. Yanks June .9 —Orioles vs. Red Sox June 10—Yanks vs. White Sox International League June 4 —Chiefs vs. Millers June 8 —Bees vs. Chieff June 9 —Saints vs. Sbos June 10—Chiefs vs. Bears Umpires are still needed for a fe\v games during the season which ends July 23. For more sports news see page 3, section 2, this issue. 10.1 Inches Rain In May Sets New County Record .4 Tr. .8 78 .01 .01 1.14 .04 Algona. Kossuth county and the surrounding area possibly received more rainfall, 10.1 inches, during the month of May than in any -previous year during the same month, according to Weatherman Wayne Johnson at the Algona airport. The 10.1 figure is the Algona total and may have varied slightly around the county. For instance, almost a foot of rain was measured during the period in Palo Alto county, just wes-t,of Kossuth. Weather records here are rather incomplete, due , to t)ie fact several different men hav6 kepf the facts and figures down through the years, but May, 1958 was undoubtedly one of the wettest months of May in his- tory, ^ . Compared with 1958, the county was literally drenched if* raiti, Hardly any rainfall, from ofte- half inch to an inch, was registered a year ago In some areas. Here are the days, 15 of them, and the amounts of rain received ofi those days in May: May 3 : May 4 . j—*- May S -.».——^.^— iMayi 8 ...* May 7 „.-..—» *.*. May 8 May 10 .*—-— May 11 May 18 - Tr. May 20-— M May 21.; * 3.49 May 22 36 May 29— 1.02 May 30 .01 May 31 * -„„- 1.60 The overabundance of rain shattered a drouth which had lasted four or five years and sent creeks and rivers out of their banks for the first time in . at least that many years. Backed up sanitary sewers and flooded lowlands also provided plenty of problems. Workmen are still busily repairing bridges which were washed out a couple of weeks ago and city workmen are attempting to locate the cause Of some of Algona's sewer problems so they can be remedied in time for the next stormy period, t Total property damage during the month from the repeated rain and hail storms undoubtedly .amounted to hundreds of thousands of dollars." Crops, including corn and beans, were drown* ed'out in many low-spots and some .other flooded land'still hasn't been planted. Pasturelandi is thriving on the wealth of water. ' ,' .High temperature reading dur- ttte week was 78 d Thursday, e low was 47 degrees Juft 40 56 58 5ft 4? 53 54 amounted to There has been fio fftOiatu*« ing the first three. days 6i Here are the readings ,fdr th<§ week: •, ' ' - *• May 28 ....... .78 May 20.... ___ .72 May 3D— *-»-»-74 May 31 ________ 70 June 1 _.._».*.. JH June ,2 ........ 77; June 3 ---- *— .— * f Farmers and gardetiers 1ft the, area hope more moisture will' arrive here in proper amounts, during the growing season. Ramfall and moisture content of sftow* received so far in 195& has tptaled 17.08 inches, greatly improving the sub'soil moisture outlook for the season. iweaCity 10 From County Are L S. C. Grads Several area residents were 1 among the 1,217 graduates of Iowa State College, Amefc, in? Commencement exercises, May 29, In the college Armorjr. Harold Boswbrth, -son 'df ; 4 Mr and Mrs W! H. Bosworfch, Algona,, received his degree in > Ahimat Husbandry. William Kinsey, son of Mr and Mrs Earl JCinsey, Algona, graduated in * Aerdnautlcal Engineering and Dale'Kern;i i soh of Mr and Mrs Melvin Kern, Algona, received a degree in.Phy-, Swea City *— Donnie Gould, Six year-old soh of Mr pfld Mit Gaylen Gould of near Swea City, received severe -bites oft his hands and face last Wednesday when a neighbor's dog tried to 'take a roll from the boy's'hand. The dog first gra&bed th'e bo^'S 'hand then knocked him down and attacked his face. It !s Relieved that the Gould's own dog frightened the other dog*, saving' the boy from much Worse injuries, Donnie remained in the hospital several days as a great many stitches were required to -close the wounds. He is now at home recovering. The dog that bit the boy is under observation. 7 From County Waldorf Grads >. Commencement exercises were held May 27 at Waldorf College, Forest City, for' 89 graduates Among them were Dee Ann Swanson, Swea City; Jonn Engels, Ronald Thompson,,' Gordon Larson, Leola Davids and ,Gary •Honken, all of Btiffalo>, Center. Craig Sathoff, Titonka, was graduated with' DistinctionoUn ,laude! --, ;,,'., . /-' zer the depart action ' tifttee during w^eltehd, ;«rtd; a v total - of speeders ^ouftd • ufc}' wifsh^ nfonses. *\ ", > L . '• ^ -, •' v ttoweVer, only 2 "df the violators •'appeared in Mayor'Shjerk's court '.iJhte' '.Week., They ,wet% •Marlui*!l. MeMhatlSe, /AlgoM, and Jfemes-Rosettrnfe^er, Cbrwith, Each paid $5 and (fdsfe, 'Ja'me! Danfefe 6f Corwith paid $10 'and costs' following^a hearing,,on charge of careless driving.', ' The balance of the "speeders will appear in court later^ The police plan to use the analyzei from, time tq time, on different streetsj l 'droilnd' 1 the' city»""t' -j, , v Bowling Alleys Here Are Leased 1(Mr ''tfri'd; Mrs 'Art Ashton, f ornW er i '• Algona 1 , ^residdntltf" Will r,e*- turh/,here\ next .August, when' they -will ftake-over managemerit' SALE SALE TEX AS-WARE Made to the standards of MELMAC ;\ QUALITY MELAMINE DINNERWARE , Which has earned the Good Housekeeping Seal !I''8*S 1 S: i KjGUARANTEED - TWO .FULL YEARS ,*''.'/ • ' ' 'V V ; ,'."''''*..' -Set Really Beautiful Tables - ! 1 ' " >' > * •>>„'> v ' '. ••» s ' *' v ' *, * *'• ''5 ^ For Important Occasions, Yet Use It ;' ^'V " f *"" 1 t For, Everyday Meals Too ! . I ; ( 16 PC. "Snasta" Pattern Starter Set — Reg. $19.95 , . Mow 12.66 i45 PC. Set "Morning Flare" Reg. $29,95 ^ Now '23.66 I - •* ;peter Govern, son of ., Govern, Bancroft, was graduated with a degree in Physical Education for Men; .Larry Root, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Root, Penton, Mechanical .Engineering-and Merle Schulze and Wayne Sehul- ze, sons of Mr and Mrs Glen Schulze, Bode, were • graduated in Civil Engineering and-Industrial Education, respectively; Georgia ,.Gaskill was an,Ex-, perimental Foods, graduate ,in the College of Home' Economics. She is a 'daughter of ' 'Mr and Mrs George Gaskill, Corwith. Keith Kubly, son of'Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly, Corwith, was an electrical^ engineering graduate. ' •' '« 'Swea City graduates, include.' Harold Pisteher, son of Harold Fischer, - Sr., Industrial Psychology', M. S.; and Donald Funderburk, son of Mrs Orpha Briggs, Electrical, EngineerijSg^. ; ; Municipal Band Concerts To Open The' initial concert 'by the Algona municipal band will" be" presented next Thursday, .June 11, at 8 p,m. It will markithe first' appearance ,of the ,b,and,,at the%^WiparkingOot on-East Gkll- street (across from th'e Upper Des Moines 1 office). "'"" ' According to Director Russ Guster, the program will consist' of 13 nurriib'ers, including Derby Day,' Colonel Bogey, New Colonial and Trombone 'King, marches; Around the World in 80 Days, I'll See .You Again, Celebrated Air and. Night * and Day, familiar; a waltz, Tesbro Mio; an Indian dance; Tonawanda; The Elephants Tango'and-'Cha Oha Sorella in 'the Latin vein; and the Star Spangled, Banner. « . The concerts will be featured weekly this summer at the new sitei DIME Concession {45 PC. Sef "Yellow Blossom'' _____ _ _____________________ Reg. $29.95 i Mow 23.66 MAKE YOUR SELECTION OF GIFTS FOR June Brides t at our Store *' ' ' ' *• You are welcome to tfrowse — Shop & Make • Yourself at Home * 'i ^Our Stocks Are COMPLETE Atmosphere r HOMEY USED DEPARTMENT lawn Mowers - Washers - Mangles Stoves ~ ftc. < &Q R|A$QNABU OFFER REFUSED Justice Court Has 7 Cases A Fort ;Madison man, Norman Finley, was charged with defrauding the Burt hotel in Justice C. H, Ostwinkle's court this week. Finley subsequently paid the two week lodging bill and 'court costs. Kenneth F. Besch, West Bend, was funed $50 and costs, overload on registration, and purchased a higher bracket license; Lee J. Geerdes, Sy/ea City, $25 and costs, failing to stop, causing an accident; Robert L. Schmitt, Algona, $10 and costs, night time speeding; August C. Klocke, Lakota, restricted license, $10 and costs; Lee Haase, Algona; $5' and costs, allowjing unauthorized minor, to drive; and Mildred Willey Algona, $5 and costs, no valic operator's license, in other cases heard by Ostwinkle during the week. /.. \r.. '• ' •••-• ", Dies In Chicago; Burial At Burt Family funeral services for A H. Grooms were held at 3 p.m Monday at the Garry • funera home in Bancroft, the ;Rev, H. S Smidt, Burt Presbyterian pastor officiating. Mr Grooms, husband of th^ former Emma Scott of Burt, die< last Thursday morning in Chica ; o, He had been in failing ealth the past two months, The Grooms were married in 1933. They lived in Chicago where he worked for the Standard Oil company .until his retirement. They had no children. Mrs Grooms has two brothers, Louis and Charles, living in Burt. She also has another brother and sister. Shrinefs rites were held for Mr Grpoms in Chicago. Burial was in ,the Burt cemetery. , Helicopter Gives City Once Over Helicopter activity was plentiful in the Algona area early Monday morning as the U.S. Aiu •Force conducted a search for a weather balloon, presumably senj aloft Swn. from the IVjn ISCOUNT It's fust the ticket for easy liyin* —,a lighter, < economically-priced Booster in smart Bengal cloth and popular new colors. Good looking, with all 'the.easy-on-the-feet , .features that have made Boosters the Ration's favorite. All Sizes, All Widths The Keck Blue Label identifies the Shoe of Champions .# WE'RE SMASHING PRICES ON •XT Model S42DBL & DBR No Drawer i * Reg. $109.95 T-NOW Mode! $54-2 $159,95-NOW 69.95 93.95 TO BRING YOU THE BIGGEST KITCHEN BARGAINS OF '58! Model S42DBL-1 One Drawer Reg, $119,95-NOW Model S66*5t Kitchen Cabinets Reg, $]9;9»95 - NOW 79.9S Model 542DBU2 - Two Drapers - Reg, $149,95 NOW 89,95

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