The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1961
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92 Awards Presented At Annual Garrigan Banquet *» nonr-pjinnrif tf rn«.i...i .. i i ~. » . . ^u^ , * • M crowd attend- i , nnnual Garrigan School Booster Club Ban<l«-'i-'n tl ,.. Gui-riKnn fym Thm"- day n.Rhl ,,,K| ht-urd anc- sale, midwoslorn territorial sup'•'•visor of .scouts for the Phiia- ;i» I'ii'iw, f ^»^ X • .., J«nd Hit; in ins of life. Honored mie.its at Uip d'nnei »™l uro!>n>m which followed worn mombora of the Garrigan «'inifi:f squads during the past ycnr, oncl Dancisak's talk was aimed primarily at good, healthy , l'vin« Prior to his talk. Coaches ''.'-">» vann. Be-niie Cooper and Jim Geelnn, who also serves as ti:irri!.'iin':-i ulhlelic director, pro-willed :•(' lelic liw.-irrlf to ine.m. bfrs of their sqtinrls Kathy Griffin, instructor of Garrigan cheer* • leaders, also presented awards to lier chari'e.s. Co:>ch Cooper, always a favorite when he steps up to a microphone, literally "rolled. the crowd in the aisles" with his very .humorous remarks based on an inside look at dealings between himself and Fr. Francis Conwhy, Garrigiin .supl. The .word "humorous" in Beanie's case is a tremendous '.:nderstalement. John Naughton, football coach . and athletic director at St. Edmund high school, Fort Dodge, proved to be a clever master of 'ceremonies as he presented the program. Others who -talked briefly were Fr. Reis of the'Gar- ife'an staff and BiHHiggins, senior, who represented the athletes at Garrignn. Dancisak stated, among other things, that a high school student has "one job — live right and you'll be' successful." Pointing out a few. basic things it takes to be a major league baseball player, he listed hustle, desire. eyes, use of books to become mentally competent end wound up by saying, "take care of yourself." . ' . Musical selections during the evening were presented by The Footnotes, a boys quartet composed of John Murphy, John Fandel, Phil Kinsey and Oscar froehlich, who presented a pair of barbershop quartet numbers, and The Sonics, a rock 'n roll trio, Tom and Gerald Haag and Bob Russell. ' , • • • Football varsity awards went to Mike Sinnvyell, Joe Heinen, William Hiijgins, Jerome Erpelding, Richard Heinen, Oscar 1 Froehlich,.. John Murphy, Schil- moellc'r arid Phil Kinsey, senior's; Dave Hilbert, Bob and Bill Reed, John Faijdel, Lyle Loebach and Jerry :Kriops,; Juniors; and Steye; Studer, Mark Elbert, LeRoy Hei'ri 1 -' en and Bill Rahm, Sophomores. Dan Engesser and Ed Reilly, managers, also got major awards. Minor football awards went to Terry Hudspeth, Dan Glaser, Butch Byam, Tom Youngwirth, Howard' Knhlhaas, Boh Goecke and Mark Capesius, juniors; Louis Heinen, Tom Hudspeth, Mark Beringer, Steve Smith, Bob Sch- neieder, Richard Thul, Phillip Henry, Jim Nitehals, Tom Fox, Paul Koppen, Tony Bradley, Paul Seiler, Tom Studer and Marvin Tripp, sophomores. Varsity basketball letters wem to Dick Heinen, Oscar Froehilch, •Art Becker, Lyle Loebach, Bob Goecke, Mike Gink, John Fandel and LeRoy Heinen and Vern Ludwig and Ed Reilly, managers. ACinor letters went to Mike Sinn- well, Ron Illg, Bill and Bob Reed, Tom Henry, Bob Schneider, Steve Smith, Steve Studer, Bill Rahm, Mike Smith, Tony Bradley, Dick Stoiilil, Bob Besch, Dennis and Mark Elbert. Tom Hudspeth and Bill McCralhy. Varsity baseball letters were awarded to John and Lyle Loebach, Jack McDonnell, Ray Elbert, Lynn Hanson. Charles, LeRoy and Dick Heinen, Bill Rahm. Bob Schneider, Bill and Bob Reed and Oscar Froehlich. Minor awards went to Bill Higgins and Jim Kisenbacher. Cheerleading awards went to Mary Joan Hood, Mary Loebach and Ruth Ann Nelson. Several girls .also goi minor awards. Members of the board of directors of the Booster Club were introduced find Coach Cooper stated that Dick Heeinen had mx-ieved a full football scholarship from St. Benedict college in' Kansas , A Swiss steak dinner, with all the trimmings, preceded the program. Algona (la.) Upper D«» M6trtM*»3 Thursday, April 20, 1961 181, Esther Williams 182, Kay tIMbert 176, Maybelle Geilerifeld 170, L. P.'i'i'.mart 184, .Charlotte Baldwin 202, Morri Laittg 182 fend GweivEgellOO, 17D. Ths above phoio was snapped by a number of fhe Garrigan s*chGvl camera club as John .Naughton, athletic director and foo;ball r"aeh at St. Edmund hi?h school.^Ft. Dodge, standing at'microphone, introduced a speaker during the annuall Garrigan Booster Club A Uiletic Dinner Thursday night here. Naughton served' as -'master of ceremonies during .ihe program.' ' , ' The three riisn sitting 1 in front of Naughton are Ed Dancisak, Philadelphia Phillies supervisor of scouts who was featured speaker, left,,Mjir. P. P. Gearen. ccihter, St. CectOia's, Algona,. arid Fr. Reis, righV Garrigah high school principal.''A large crown attended the banquet and program. (UDM Engraving) > . . ter 243, Russ Sands 212. Bud ^riggs '13. D ; r:k Wiese 211. John Levy 213, Jerry Jergeni 214, Wally Erdman .220, Dan Davis 212, Norm Gade 214. Jim Gade 214, Bill Colwell 210, Ed Wittkopf 211, Eugene Durant 231, Jim Kelly 223, Bud Robinson 221, and Cliff Benschoter 226. ' Red Hot Week Of Bowling At Algona Lanes Charlotte Baldwin, Henrietta Briggs, Dick Reynolds and Sottp Briggs turned in the top bowling scores at Algona Lanes this week. Mrs Baldwin had top single Jine. 203, and Mrs Briggs had lines of 188 and 194 on her way to a 549 series to top the women, while Reynolds and Soup Briggs shared top series score, 622. and Reynolds had hifih single line, 252. for men. Briggs had a 244 line, Reynolds a ?1 9 - and Mrs Baldwin a 539 series, also. Olher women over 175 were Doris Gregory 202 (540 series), Kay Voigt 204 and 199 (534 scr- ies), Jackie Laing 204, 184. 197 (527 series). Dorothy Kraft 188, Lucile Sluniktr 193, 19(5, Dolores Riedel 182, June Winkel 176, IVCerri Laing 181 and Jeri Briggs 192. Men over 210 included Bob Riedel 237 (608 series), Murl Pot- Clean Sweep For Local Shooters The Kossuth County Rifle end Pistol Club made a clean sweep of the 'team events and Al Bo'ekel- man and Rich Groen of the Algeria, poilice force captured individual crowns during a pistol shoot in the William Ingham National Guard Armory here Tuesday niffht. ' Boekelman took first in the 22 and "38 calibre events, while Groen was first with' a 45. BoekeiU .man .'was second in the laiUer evenit, while Groen was second in 22 calibre and third in the 38 event. Harry Boekelman took second in 38. , Here 'are the scores: .22 — ;Al Boekelman, 271, Rich Groen 263, J.' R. Thompson, Burt,; 260; flipped a 235, 228 snd 202 for a 665 series total and Jergens a 246 single 'line to lead the men, while Mrs. Sloniker had, a 215 line and Mrs. Ferguson a 536 series, including lines of 178 and 184, to top the women. , . i Other women' over 175 were Loretta Bonnett 186, Jackie Laing 185, ,212, 192, Elaine Vera 190, .(526 series), Irma Dee "Cook 194, Fran Wiese 180, 175, Jeri Briggs AHS Trackmen To Eagle Relays Friday Night Algona notched a pair of first place finishes as the high school's track team wound up 'third in a> triangular .meet at Eagle Grove Tuesday , afternoon. ,The home team won wMh 72 points, -follow-" ed By Clarion 70, and Algrviia 44.. >;Thc Bulldogs, still .running witimiit; B6b Percival; Who is nursing an injuryi will travel to 1 . Eagle Grove Tdnlorrow (Friday) for ithe aj-muaU Eagle Relays. A (total of 13 teams-will com'pete4n ithree divisions/ . - ; ? The firsU were.picked up by Gary Peer ;.j the broad jump-with' a leaprof 20'd'-' and the mile medley relay team of Peer, Rich Hutchins,»Bill Wetzel and Chuck Uoei wetter, which posted a ^ime; ot 3:57.8. ; ; ' •'. ''' Gecosids were garnered by Bob Garnw.iri the 220 with 25:2; the 4<0 rciay team of Steve Miller, Garr.^3, Dean .Willreitit fetid, "Jini' R'chardson with 48:2 timing; the, 830 relay'team o'f Weteel, Hutch'-' ins, Richardson and Miller with a 1:39.5 finish; 'Peer with 15.7 in i.hc high hurdles and 20.8 in the highs; and Richardson with 19' 1/2" broad-jump. f ..','.Third place finishe,s were racked up by Tom. Waller in the high jump, 5' 2"; Bill Sigsbee, 57.ff in ithe 440; Bob Gerber, 17.2 in the high hurdles; Gerber, 9' 6" in Ithe pole vault; Jim Stanlton, 92' in the discus. Keep Records and You'll Keep DEKALB .38'— Al Boekdman 272, Harry Boekelman 249 and Rich Groen 248; .45 — Groen ,266, Al Boekelman 263 and Dick Stern, Fort Dodge, 237. Other teams' competing were from Mason City, Fort Dodige and Esltherville. . ; Red Hot Series For Jerry Gade Jerry Gade, Jerry Jergens, Lueile Slondker and Heide Ferguson split bowling honors at Algon^i Lanes during the ipast week. Gade Eugene Hood, Algona ' Lawrence Besch, Whittemore Frank Droessler, Bancroft Homer Matthiesen, Fenton Peter C. Reding, Bode Just think! For The Price Of A Quart of you can dry 55 pounds of clothes in an electric dryer Your Electric PolUr Buys 'Mer« Than Any Other Dollar You Spend! Yes, your automatic electric clothes dryer performs for you like a 'giant *— all that drying for just the price of a quart of jnilk! Few things come to you today so low- priced as Electricity. In fact, while many other things have gone up in price, Electricity in Algona is still at the same low rates as it was in 1948 — thirteen years ago. Electricity in Algona was a bargain then — and it still is! Algona Municipal Utilities "A M U" MEANS YOU OWN IT Cutting Inventory ON ALL OUR on new cars that we hqve in stock we will discount them OFF 0 LIST PRICE JUST CHECK STICKER ON WINDOW DEDUCT 10% ON NEW EXAMPLE A CAR THAT SELLS FOR Cadillacs Buicks Pontiacs Studebakers Sale Ends Saturday, Apr. 29 WE ARE IN A CONTEST FOR THE REST OF APRIL No Salesman or Salesman's Commission. Deal Direct With the Owners. But Hurry! TOP TRADE-IN ON YOUR USED CAR On the Spot Financing— Up to three years to pay— Also Insurance provided if you wish. OPEN EVENINGS Til 9 P. M. SCHULTZ BROS. CADILLAC - PONTIAC - BUICK _ STUDEBAKER GUT RATE GASOLINE AND OIL Complete Garage Service 169 AT FAIRGROUNDS - ALGONA

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