The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 4
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Algona Girls Champs There is a bit of Cinderella wrapped up in the story of the five giitts atid man shown in the above photo. The girls, all from Algona, and ranging from 13 'to 16 in aige, ran away with the. State Junior Girls Bowling Championship at Des Moines Saturday — and none of the five ever rolled a lime before the past season. The showing was phenomenal, to say the least, because the quintet, who took a district title earlier at Marshalltown, outdistanced all of the other eight district title champion teams by more than 253 pins in the state meet. Showin in the photo, left to right, are Art Ashton, standing, proprietor of Hawkeye Lanes here and sponsor of the team, Cheryl Carr, 13, Diane Riley, 16, Jeanette Vigdal, 15, Geri Ruark, 14, and Suzanne Wibben, 15. In the finals at Des Moines, a handicap event, their scores read like this, Cheryl 505, Diane 567, Jeanette 529, Geri 606 and Suzanne 647. Much of the credit goes to Ashton, although he says the girls are good bowling "students". Art, one of the best keglers in the area, has been working with the girls each afternoon after they are dismissd from school to sharpen up their-game. And the girls responded by averaging 50 pins over their average (each) in the state tourney.. , ,. , . • ,.. . " The girls arc "shown holding their individual trophies. Another ; trophy was awarded to the sponsor. (UDM Polaroid Photo-Engraving) r-hip services at the Burt Methodist church. Rev. Fred Samek was in charge. Officers who will preside during the coming church year are: Mrs Dean Andrews, president; Aileen Samek, honorary vice president; Hazel Teeter, vice president; Lur'crfia Soderb.urg, record secretary;, Edna Smith, trea- surerVRowefia Ryei'son; promo- tibn secretary! Jenny Riebhoff. 6e£'y missionary education and service; Hazel LafSbtt, church activities! "Ethel /Smith, student and youth work; Wanlalee flaw- cott. children's work; Eeoha.'Lov- stad, literature and publications. •Elsie Lockwoc'cl,' Christian social relations; Gladys Mawcott, supplies; Beth Miller, spiritual IWe: Shirley Lovstad, nomination comm.; BenMa Mitchell, Geneviene Graham, Lefie McMullen, Frances'Sar*chet, circle chairmen; S t e 1 la Geesman, membership committee; Ruby Hinckley, publicity; Phyllis Wiener, parsonage and property; Beulah Davis, flower committee. Committees Named American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday evening with Luella McWhorter and Ruth Clapsaddle as hostesses, - .- T ,, _ ""^the president fiofbt|i| 6eBfei appointed the fd%teln't' r e6m'm 'feesVNowlriallr^g*"c!affifti4' ! tt'i _._,„. Ouac TMrtary. Mauteen v *Vo|<el sen'ted'by Eva Shipler and £ve* and Gladys Hawcoft; eommlttee'j lyn Angus presented Bible study. Bible study. Circle 6 met at the H hbme M Mary Rasmussen. Celia Scott had de'votioris. Ah "fit-tide /was jt>i-§ to decorate windows fo; ial Day, Kuth'Alice Baltt^. Elva BoettcherA' WdfRlflg members of ^he y.f.W.rAt committee on floWer com will be ' CJcnevieve Graham. Circle Meeilncr's The circles of the U.P.W, held their regular monthly pneetings Wednesday as follows: '•' '•*-^< j Circle A met at the phurch in the evening with Mjtflepe S'tenzeT as hostess. Maxirie Angus »gaye devotions. An 'article was presented by Grace Bergerud. ' Vif" jinnia Becker waSy in charge of 3ible study. ' Circle B rnet wi|h I|ilma Carlson. Lulu Bing'sdorf gave devo- Guests present were Mrs Gerald id j Smith, Milwaukee, Wis., Mcrla " Wallace and Marie Grovcr ol Algeria. Awarded Life Pin Mrs Albert -Volentine was presented a life membership pin artel certificate by members of the WSCS during Sunday's worship services at the Methodist church. Making the presentation""weife Rev. Samok and Mrs Dean Andrews, president of the WSCS. Mariners Club met at the church Sunday with • Goodwin and Grace Bergerud and John and Betty Miller 'as hosts. Rev. and Mrs Smidt had devotions. Rev. C. Nordine of the Lone Rock pi-ograifi.' " Vacation,'Bible' School at St. 'John's Luthefto church wil be held there; tune 6-9. • . . I Mrs Elsie Lbckwobd was host- 'ess at dinner' Sunday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Floyd Loek- i Woo'd and Homer .Lodkwood. Cedar Palls, Mrs Evelyn Maclt. f earl Lockwood and, Alma Pug- 'sleyj all ,cif Hardy' and Mr and Mrs -Dale ' tions and Mrs Ruth Patterson Presbyterian church presented a For Sale REAL ESTATE fc'OR SALE 100 A. on HighWa-jf 16ff<.*- . Algona —"Large' modern house,'fair outbldgs — Some •pasture -> To divide estate . " , , ' * $316 154% A. Near St. Benedict -<, Very good bldgs — Excellent land — $375. 3 Bedroom home — Excellent condition -— New birch kit, chen With bullt-ift stove and oven —.Wall tb wall.carpet-r- • Air cotfditldfler '.-^ Kelsori. combination' window's — Attached garage — 2 lots — Early possession — $12,500. Block :Vj-8'4o.tf on Diagonal St.; Excellent iri'dlfStzdal Ideation. ; Lot with frame bd|., next to high, school annaJt. > WANTED. ' 160 to 240, A. "Farms For Sale That cart be "sold 'bn contract with $10,000 to $2<J,000 down — These buyers aro young men that have saved this money 'and a^e A-l larmers. P AUL, M. SEE LE Y Legion Bdllroom Bancroft Friday, May 12 BLUE BANNERS Friday, May 19 WALLY PIKAL And His Dill Pickles Burt W.S.C.S. Memorial Rites He Id May] Buri — Members of the WSCS answered roll call and made their pledge for the corning church yea'r at their' May meeting V/ednesday. ,- In charge of the • Pledge ceremony were Rowena "Ryerson, Marlcnc Davis, Louise McFarlanrl and Shirley Lovstad. Memorial service, given by , Aileen Samek, Beth' Miller and .Florence Spear, was dedicated '• to the memory of members who died during the past year, Bertha Iviansmith, Ada McFarland and . Kffie Curtis. . . . In action •' taken during the business meeting, members voted to make the pastor's wife honorary vice president of the society. xney also voted to sponsor four pot luck supper fellowship nights during the coming year. Each circle to be responsible for one iellowship meeting. • Marie Parsons had devotions. Hostesses weru Lydia Manus, i^Uiel Smith, Minerva Curtis, Geneyieve Spry and Ruby Hmck- Install Officers __ Officers cltctcd to head WSuo for the coming year were installed at thf; Sunday morning wor- SPECIAL Thursday and Friday Steak — 8 oz. Sirloin for $2.00. Charred, broiled or fried, includes Salad bar and Hot Rolls and Coffee. Hand's Park, Fairmont, Minn. 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