The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1967 · Page 17
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 17

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 20, 1967
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10-Algona la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday. June 20, 1967 Softball Loop Now In Full Swing Here The complete schedule for the Algona Recreation Softball League was released this week. Games will be played at the Athletic Park on East State street Monday and Tuesday evenings. Here's the slate: June 19 - Bunnies-Baptists; Petersons-Warriors. June 20- Rat Pack-Buschers; Burt-Bomgaars. June 26- Buschers-Burt; Petersons- Bunnies. June 27 - Bomgaars-Warriors; Baptists-Rat Pack. July 10 - Burt-Baptists; Buschers-Bomgaars. July 11 - Bunnies-Warriors; Rat Pack-Peter sons. July 17 - Peter sons- Bomgaars; Baptists-Buschers. July 18 - Warriors-Burt; Hat Pack- Bunnies. July 24 - Bunnies-Buschers; Warriors-Rat Pack. July 25 - Bomgaars-Baptists; Burt-Petersons. July 31 -Buscliers-Petersons; Burt-Bunnies. Aug. 1 - Baptists-Warriors; Rat Pack-Bomgaars. Aug. 7-Baptists-Petersons; Burt-Rat Pack. Aug. 8 - Bunnies-Bomgaars; Warriors-Buschers. Tiie first game listed will be played at 7:30 p.m. with the other game set for 9 p.m. Set Swimming Lesson Slate At Local Pool in a golf course at Whittemore met there last Monday night and discussed preliminary plans for the project. During the course of events, six men were named to a board of directors including Ed Elbert, Duane Garmann, Albert Kramer, Vic Perkins, H. R. Pettit and Harold Poppen. It is expected three more men will be named to the board. The 47 persons at the meeting talked with Bob Walters, Ken Crandall and Garmon Adams, representatives of the Farmers Home Administration, and discussed steps necessary if FHA financing is to be obtained to build the course. FHA now has 30 similar projects in Iowa as recreation areas for persons of all ages. Membership certificates are now being sold by board members at $100 per family - with a goal of 150 set. It is hopedthecourse will be constructed east of Whittemore between highway 18 and < McGregor road. LuVerne Splits Two Shutouts During Week LuVerne split a pair of baseball games during the weekend, winning 1-0 from CAL at home Friday night and dropping a G-0 decision at Bancroft to St. John's in a makeup game Saturday night. Doug Nelson was the starting and winning pitcher in the CAL fray, with the only run of the contest coming in the home half of the fifth as Warmbier was hit by a pitch and Barber walked, with the former scoring on a fly out to center by Duane Will. Vaske tossed a one-hitter at the Lions as the Johnnies won Saturday night's contest. Dale Schipull managed the only Lu- Verne hit. Miss Steil Busy In New York The Algona swimming pool is again sponsoring a swimming lesson program for both adults and children. Signing up for these sessions may be done at the pool any time until June 20. There are three sessions for children including ten lessons over a two week period. Sign up will be as much as is possible according to alphabetical order as shown: 1st Session- June 26- July 7; A thru G. 2nd Session - July 10 - July 21: H thru M. 3rd Session - July 24 - Aug. 4; N thru Z. There will be a single charge of $1 for the lessons for everyone and Uiis will be collected the first day. The time schedule: 9—10 a.m. - swimmers and intermediate. 10 - 11 a.m. - intermediate and beginners. 11-12 noon - beginners. Junior and Senior Life Saving will be offered in two, three week sessions. The first session will start June 26 and the second July 17. Adult lessions will again be held Wed. nights starting July 5. These lessons are open to all adults (out of High School and up) from 7 until 8 p.m. For additional information contact Beanie Cooper, pool manager. Announce Plans For Golf Course At Whittemore A group of persons interested Youth Corps Sessions Are Underway Here Ernie Hutchison of the Algona police department met Friday with two girls and seven boys of the Neighborhood Youth Corps in the first weekly session which they will attend. The ages of the group are from 16 to 18 and the youth are from throughout the county. Members of the group will attend regular school next full. Mr. Hutchison explained the various phases of law enforcement and operation of the police department. According to Mrs. Helen Huber, director of public welfare, the youth are paid $1.25 per hour for 32 hours per week. They will meet once a week for instruction and information. Last year, their weekly sessions included one with William Conn on financial matters; Joyce Hayden, public health nurse, on matters of health and first aid; Mrs. Huber, on matters of social behavior; and Galen DeValois, extension director, job performance. Their visits this summer will be along a similar pattern, with the same subjects to be covered. ALUMNI The class of 1917 was honored recently at the annual Panora- Linden alumni banquet. Nine of the 17 living members of the class were present. The original class totaled 24. Vicki Steil, Algona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Reding and granddaughter of Clara wS also c/Algona, las very active during her-visit to New York Citv for to.Miss College Beauty Pageant, which came to a climax with a TV appearance on NBC-TV Friday night. Many Algonans had the opportunity to see Miss Steil several time' nng the program, which was emceed by Robert Goulet, famed singer. The above photos were snapped during Vicki's stay in the big city. At the top, left, she is shown right after arrival in an American Airlines jet; while at the right she is pictured during a rehearsal session with Mr. Goulet. Below at left, she is shown preparing one of her favorite recipes, quick and easy coles- 1-iw during the Best Foods Cookout portion of the contest; while at the right, she spends some time talking with Larry Stewart, Philadelphia, Pa., during a visit of the Queen candidates to wounded Vietnam veterans at St. Albans Naval Hospital, Brooklyn. All 50 of the College Queen candidates headquartered at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York during the nine days in the city. HEARING CLINIC FREE TEST Inspection FRIDAY, JUNE 24 5:30 P.M. - 9:00 P.M. ALGONA HOTEL Algona, Iowa REPAIRS BATTERIES SERVICE Max Graves Box 72 — Sibley, Iowa Dealer Authorized Dahlberg

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