12-Algona, (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, April 18, 1967 T-Rivers Second, GHS, AHS Trail At E-Grove Algona's two high school track teams, Garrigan and public, wound up fifth and sixth in class B at the annual Eagle Relays at Eagle Grove Friday afternoon and evening. The Golden Bears counted a total of 29 points, whil the Bulldogs scored 18 points as Humboldt roared to the class B crown with 89 points. Clear Lake was second witli G2, then came Hampton 53, and Jefferson 43, Webster City won the A crown with 79 points, while Belmond edged Twin River, 74-63, to take tlie class C title. Six teams competed in each class in the meet. Dave McCarthy and Bill Waldschmidt carved out a pair of seconds for the Bears, the former in the high jump and the latter in the mile run, while the 440 and 2-mile relay teams placed third. Top effort for the Bulldogs was in the medley relay as the locals finished third, thanks to a fine run by anchor man Dean Teeter. Twin Rivers garnered a pair of firsts in its challenge for the class C title. Logue topped the pole vaulters with a height of 12 ft., while the medley relay team also won. Garrigan is slated to travel to the Spencer Relays this Saturday, while the Bulldogs were scheduled to host Twin Rivers in a dual meet Monday, April 17. 10 Straight A's On Algona High Honor Roll, Quarter Third quarter Honor Roll students at Algona high included 10 straight "A" records in the four classes as released by the school this week. Honor Roll students follow for high school and junior high (* Indicates straight "A's"): Seniors - BUI Boldridge, Tom Claude, Chris Conn, Craig Espe, Dennis Georg, David Gerber, Jerry Hentges, Daryl Johnson, Roger Johnson, Roger Menneke, Merlyn Metzger, Dennis Miller, and Larry Munger. Bruce Ritchie, James Schutter, * Steve Waller, Clint Young, *Darla Carr, Connie Darbyshire, Sandy Harmes, Donna Kenyon, Barb Knudsen, VaLora Kueck, *Kathy Morz, Marilyn Paetz, Connie Schultz, Karen Seely, Carol Sloniker and Greg Snere. Juniors - Jeff Allen, Steve Anderson, John Frederick, Doug Jones, Jim Jorgenson, Delmar Mains, Dale Pedersen, Greg Perkins, Randal Riedinger, Dave Roeber, Bob Sigsbee, Dean Teeter, Tim Will and *Tom Jones. Lana Bishop, *Virginia Deal, Debbie Kelley, Bev Knudsen, Debbie Laws, Linda Martin, Phyllis Moulton, Janice Roeber, Linda Ross, Nancy Schmidt, Judy Scobba and Niki Wegner. Sophomores - Phil Bode, Sergio Febles, Jay Geving, Max Laird, Dean Lowman, Kevin Lynch, Richard Post, Mark Snyder and Todd Treganza. Linda Allen, LaVonne Baas, Kathy Buchanan, Susan Dodds, Evelyn Haack, Pat Hopkins, Debra Huber, Miriam Kautsch, *Kathy McBride, ""Rosemary Pendergast, *Linda Schlapia, Judy Sigsbee, KatliySkow, Peg Zittritsch, Rosemary Hutchison and Gail Hamilton. Freshmen- *Neil Anderson, *Robbie Claude, Terry Dailey, Pat Elbert, Gary Hagen, Ryan Lynch, Bruce Marshall, Steve Merryman, Bruce Mueller, Mark Olson, Barry Ostwald, "Steven L. Schultz, Tim Schultz,- Gerry Whittemore and Steve Willrett. Marcia Bauer, Theresa Beaumont, Judy Brass, Lynn Buchanan *Julie Chrischilles, Marilyn Dau, Connie Gilmore, Christine Groen, Cindi Hansen, Sharon Hix, Diane Levy, lone Metzger, Marcy Moen, Doreen Mowers, Susan Pergande, Jane Sabin, Kathy Taylor, Pamela Werts, Debbie Will and Jan Schulz. JUNIOR HIGH 8th grade - David Charles, Jim Harris , Robert Knudsen, Ronald Medin, Randy RicJclefs, Steve Schutter, Don Sindelar, *Jon Sjogren, Bob Stillman, Fred Struthers, Roger Walker, Alan Ross and Dan Menneke. Vicki Anderson, Cheryl Birde, *Sherry Bulten, Christy Carson, Marjorie Dailey, Linda Darbyshire, Susan Divis, Lynn E rick- son, Nancy Haag, Gail Kirkland, Diane Logue, Linda Marshall, Kathrin Peterson, Judy Sabin, Peggy Sabin, Patricia Kramer, Debra Schultz, Carol Smith, Kathy Walker, Patty Werts and Maria WittkopL 7th grade - Doug Allen, Tom Burt, Ricci Frambach, Edward Kiilsholm, Mike Moulton, Douglas Schenck, Daryl Schlapia, Randy Smith, Gilbert Wildin, Mark Will, Lore Albright, Sandy Allen, Debra Bulten, Jamie Christie, Diane Danielsen, Mary Devine and Judith Dutton. Sandra Faulstich,Elena Franco, Martha Gilbert, Barbara Harris, Bonnie Helmers, Susan Johnson, Nancy Kolp, Linda Langman, Patrice Lierley, Ellen Metzger, Becky Meyer, Diane Moen, Marlene Mueller *Jeri Nielsen, Chirstal Paetz, Lisa Peter, Vicky Ricklefs, Jacque Roethler, *Anne Schutter, Krisiti Sheakley, Cathy Spencer, Jacque Taylor and Bonnie Willrett. Bears Finish 3rd, Diocesan Meet Sunday Garrigan's Golden Bears chalked up one first and four seconds on the way to a third place class A finish in the annual Sioux City Diocesan Relays at Sioux City Sunday. Heelan of Sioux City snared its 12th straight title in the meet with 85 points. Carroll Kuemper wound up second with 60 points, then came Garrigan with 34 and Ft. Dodge St. Edmond, 28. Emrnetsburg Catholic, defending champion in class B, won that title again. Kevin O'Brien and Bob Waldschmidt finished one-two in the mile, with the latter a step behind at the tape. O'Brien won in 4:58.6, with Waldschmidt one- tenth of a second later. Other seconds were taken by Bill Reding, : 54.3 in the 440; the two-mile relay team, Smith, McCarthy, Winkel and Black, 8:52.3; and the mile relay team, Becker, Black, Reding and Winkel, 3:41.3. Dust Storm To Be Followed By Cold Weather Residents of this area were walking around with grit in their mouths and eyes again Monday as still another dust storm pelted the midwest. The rain predicted for Sunday failed to arrive, but there was a slight trace Monday morning. Very high winds moved in late Sunday- and were still at it Monday. The five day forecast, according to U. S. weather stations, says Kossuth county, which has temperatures ranging from 38-58 normally this time of year, can expect readings eight degrees below that this week, with 1-2" rain Wednesday or Thursday and a sharp drop in temperatures toward the weekend. Readings: DATE April 13 April 14 April 15 April 16 April 17 H 61 61 77 84 L 39 44 37 59 35 R .19" .04" .33" INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franchise*! dealer — Upper DCS Moincs Pub. Co. REASONABLE PRICES, good service, and quality printing at The Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. But You Can Insure Your Crop Income Be safe—insure your crop income with Farmers Mutual Hail. You pay no more, yet you get much more in SAFETY, SERVICE, VALUE! Fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at no extra cost. America's largest crop hail insurance company—noted for prompt settlement of claims. See your Farmers Mutual Hail Agent soon. BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge Algona 295-5443 Algona Man's Mother Dies; Rites At Britt Funeral services for the mother of an Algona man and Wesley woman, Mrs. Kobie Hemmen, 74, Britt, were held in the Christian Reformed church the re Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Rev. John Riemersma officiated and burial was in the church cemetery near Woden. Mrs. Hemmen died Monday morning, April 10, at Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had been a patient since last month. She was the mother of Chris Hemmen, Algona, and Marian (Mrs. Charles Seebeck), Wesley, and is also survived by her husband, eight grandchildren and two sisters. Her parents, one brother and one sister preceded her in death. She was born at Aplington and Married Kobie Hemmen there Mar. 31, 1927. They later moved to a farm near Hutchins, then FOR SALE - 1966 Honda Model #160. Low mileage, perfect shape. Buy at great reduction. TAYLOR MOTOR CO., Algona., near Wesley and Woden prior to retirement In 1943 when they moved to Britt. SMITH-CORONA Portable Typewriters, Victor Adding Machines at the UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO., Algona. (30tfn) PLANNING A PARTY? • WEDDING • GRADUATION • BRIDGE • BUSINESS • ANNIVERSARY 'Ideal parties for any size jgroup large or small. De- "corations and centerpieces |a specialty. IDEAL PARTIES Phone 295-5376 ALGONA JAYCEE SAND BOX SPECIAL The Algona JayCees will again run their annual sand box project. We will furnish a tractor tire filled with clean sand or will fill your present sand box. Price Is $2.00 for a tire, and $1.00 per wheelbarrow load for the sand. 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