The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1967 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 9, 1967
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Twin Rivers, LuVerne, Titonka Thinlies Twin Rivers, LuVerne and Titonka made the top showings of all boys' track teams in this area in district meets held during the weekend. That trio of teams finished first, third and fourth, respectively, in the class C meet at Clarion and each will send representatives to the State Meet. Swea City placed seventh and Sentral 12th in the class C meet at Milford and Garrigan wound up eighth and Algona 12th in the class A meet at Eagle Grove. Neither the Bears nor the Bulldogs managed to advance anyone to the State Meet. Garrigan won three thirds, with the medley relay team of Joe Becker, Dave McCarthy, Bill Obrecht and Jim Youngwirth; John Winkel in the 880; and Bill Reding in the 440 barely finishing out of running for the top two spots in those events. Algona's only point came on a fifth place finish by the 2-mile relay team. Eagle Grove and Humboldt finished one-two in the meet. Twin Rivers took the following firsts: Rodger Markman, mile; 2-mile relay; and Doug Logue, pole vault. LuVerne also took three firsts, the 880,440 and mile relay teams; and Charles Trunk- hill, Titonka, was first in the 440; and Steve Cosgrove first in the 880. The twin Rivers girls were llth in the District at Blairsburg with five points; while Boone Valley of Renwick was seventh and Woden-Crystal Lake 13th in the District at Dumont. Local Golf Teams Fourth, Fifth, District The Garrigan and Algona High golf teams finished fourth and fifth, respectively, in the District Golf Tournament Saturday at Humboldt. Team scores were as follows: Humboldt 323 Laurens 328 St. Edmonds 330 Garrigan 331 Algona 339 Outstanding highlight of the tournament was a remarkable hole-in-one by Garrigan junior John Hamilton. Hamilton aced the 147-yard 15th hole (No. 6) in tournament play. According to available information, this is the first hole-in-one ever shot during state tournament play in this area. Brian LaBarre shot a 79 to lead Coach Steve McCall's Garrigan team. Steve and Mark Erpelding each finished with 84's, followed by Hamilton with an 86. The Algona High team, coached by John Vint, was paced by Gary Hagen and Bruce Olsen, each shooting 81. Kim Sloniker had an 87 and Jay Geving a 90 to round out the scoring for the Bulldogs. Garrigan participated in a triangular at Bancroft Monday with Ringsted and St. John's. Both local schools have dual meets scheduled today (Tues.) as Algona travels to Clear Lake and Garrigan plays St. Edmonds at Ft. Dodge. Disaster Plan Following recent tornado strikes in the Keosauqua, Fort Madison, Wever, Northwood and St. Ansgar areas, the Civil Defense section of the Iowa Department of Public Instruction this week reminded school superintendents and administrators of the importance of developing a disaster plan. Wesley Will Have Poppy Days May 26-27 WESLEY - American Legion Auxiliary held a meeting May 2 with Bernice Vitzthum and Marjorie Goetz hostesses. Special guests were the Kossuth county president, Mrs. Eugene Holmgren, and the county secretary, Mrs. H. A. Holmgren, both of Lone Rock. Joan Grandgenett, local president, announced that a quarterly meeting was to be held at Swea City, May 9. Mrs. Jo Meurer, rehabilitation chairman, reported she had sent 45 bed bibs and a pair of bed shoes, valued at $66 and made by members of the auxiliary, to Veterans hospital, Des Moines. Laura Klein, poppy chairman reported she had appointed workers for the poppy sales May 2627. The president appointed, Elsie Kunkel, Rita Youngwirth and Peggy Rasmussen on the nominating committee. Kossuth county units are to be hosts at the annual Knoxville picnic, June 12. Five hundred was played, with Viola Studer and Mrs. Harsnon prize winners. - o - ABOARD CARRIER S/A Larry Youngwirth is off the caost of Vietnam helping to launch air strikes against the enemy as a crew member aboard the attack aircraft carrier U. S. S. Kitty Hawk. Larry is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Youngwirth of Wesley. His wife is the former Nancy Ringsdorf. - o - Hole-In-One By John Hamilton Of Garrigan Garrigan junior John Hamilton slammed in a hole-in-one at Humboldt Saturday during the District Golf Tournament. John, 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hamilton, Algona, aced the 147-yard No. 6 on the 15th hole of tournament play. He shot an 86 as Garrigan placed fourth in the competition. WESLEY WIZARDS Wesley Wizards 4-H club met at Sigrid Johnson's home April 10. Roll call was answered by 11 members. Verdelle Janes and Mary Muehe were chosen to attend district 4-H camp. Danna Larson and Bessie Skow gave demonstrations. - o - Mr. and Mrs. (Francis) Stan Engstrom of Wayzata, Minn, spent the weekend in the parental A, N. Richtsmeier home. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Root spent the April 30 weekend in Council Bluffs with their son, Tom Root and family. Wesleyans attending the funeral of Howard Sparks, 56 at Titonka Thurs., included Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz, Mrs. Helen Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Goetz, Mr. and Mrs. Vince Cruise, Mrs. Gladine Miller, Mrs. Lizzie Goetz, Mrs. L. L. Lease and Mrs. Lester Larson. is your INSURANCE ADEQUATE GET ORE INSURANCE TODAY Your loss could be worse if you hadn't carried fire insurance. Proper fire insurance can help rebuild your dream home again. Don't risV losing everything. See us for up-dating or new-policy needs. Blossom Insurance Agency Tuesday, May 9, 1967 Alflona, (la.) Upper De« Moingt-13 Union Slough Recreation Area Will Open May 13 Saturday, May 13, at daylight the Recreation Area of the Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge will be opened to the public for the summer season. The Recreation Area, located 5 miles east of Bancroft on County Trunk B, will remain open during daylight hours only until September 15, according to Paul E. Ferguson, Rufuge Manager. The Federal Government's nationwide Golden Eagle Passport required for entering some 2,000 recreation areas will be valid for entry to the Union Slough Recreation Area. As in the past there will be no fee assessed for fishing along the county road grades. Valid an unlimited number of times during the year, the $7.00 annual passport will admit the purchaser and ail accompanying him in a private noncommerical vehicle to all designated Federal parks, forests, monuments, wildlife refuges, recreation areas and other public lands across the Nation. Persons who do not wish to buy an annual passport may purchase a short-term permit for entrance to the area. A one-day vehicle passport for $1.00 and a one-day per Individual permit for 50? will be available. Passports may be purchased from personnel stationed in the Recreation Area or at the office located in Titonka. Activites permitted in'the area include fishing, picnicking and swimming. All state fishing regulations apply, except no minnows, fish or parts thereof shall be used as bait. Camping, boats and floats are prohibited at all times. Two new wooden toilets have been installed east of the swimming beach and two additional family unit picnic sites completed near the north fishing pit. Other area improvements for visitor convenience include stand-up fireplace grills and metal frame picnic tables. INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franrhisod dealer — Upper Dos IMoines Pub. Co. 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