The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1961 · Page 6
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If" tfa.) UpfW Bat Molnw Thuttcfoy, Moy 11, 1961 Brownie Fly-Up Is Held Monday • fhd annual Brbwnie Fly4Jp «hd Court of Awards C<5fem6hjr for Algona Girl Scouts was held in the Algona high school atidi- toriurti Monday night. Fly-Up wings and Girl Scout pins were awarded by Mrs Allen Wagner and Mrs Les Kenyon to the following? , Kathy Bucharian, Deborah ' Cook, Cindy Heeren, Luann Holt, Patricia Hopkins, Jean Jorg6nson Marl McCullough, Judy Sigsbce Doris Strayer, Maureen Besten lehner, Karla Laing,, Diarina Mueller, Mary McEvoy, Betty AtcGuire, Marcia Hinken, Rose Frtderes, Nancy Wagner. Mary Sue Shillington, Ann Whipple Mary Hamilton, Dianne Eischen Rebecca Ostwinkle. Kark Sjogren, Patty Fraser POTATOES Red or White 50 > 1.29 25 79c >. - • Last call on all kinds of SEED POTATOES East End Grocery "YOUR POTATO HEADQUARTERS" De Ette Burrts, Linda Bonneti Peggy Zitlril?ch, Cynthin Oroei Debra Huber, Rebecca Tordof Dixie Dallmon, Barbara Evers Virginia Evers, Janet Furst, five lyn Haack, Rosemary Hutchfn son, Sandra Helmers, Lynd JncObsen, Shiela McFafland, Jam Simpson and Susan Wehrspan. Intermediate Girl Scouts re ceived their proficiency badges and eighth grade Scouts receive* their senior caps. Diane Smith, Jane Geilenfelt and Mary Willrett receivec awards to Camp Gaywood, Clear Lake and Karon Alt, Barbara Srirtlett, Karen Haase, Pauline McMahon,! Rosemary M e d i n, Karen Schultz, Roberta Schwendemann, Sharon Scott, Linda Tague, Julie Vipond, Barbara Reinders, Phyllis Hardgrove and Beverly Johnson, Senior Scouts, were givrn their graduation di- )lomas and a gift. Five year leader pins went to 'ane Asa, Mrs Walter Boeckholt, Wrs M. L. Bruch, Mrs Robert Dewel, Mrs Wendell Feaster, Mrs ?hnrl,t'S Hardgrove, Mrs Gene leimer, Mrs Ed Holacek, Mrs Joe jichter, Mrs Maynard Miller, Mrs /ictor Parsons and Mrs Rex Tayor. Ten year pins went to Mrs rank Moulton, Mrs Howie Ste- henson and Mrs Gene Schatt- chneider, leaders. Mrs Dave Smith, chairman of Igona Girl Scouts, Mrs Walter eterson and Mrs Allen Wagner were in charge of the program. Linda Smith Of AlgohaToWed Des Moines Mdn FBLA To Send Delegation To Washington — If Members of .the Future Business Leaders of America at Algona high school are trying to .send a few members to the National FBLA Convention in Washington, D.C. June 11-13. In order to earn money for'the trip, the 'local FBLA chapter will sponsor a car wash at Struecker's Cinoco Service on East State street this Saturday, May 13, According to Patty Peterson, CY 4-3198, and Judy Naylor, CY 4-2385, they can be called for pickup and delivery of autos at those numbers Saiturday. And, aest. of-'all, they promise a real spring cleaning, iniside 'and out, new No-Hitter For Corwith Hurler First- -rfcund 'sectioftaj basebal t&fl'fhameri't ac'tioft -in "this' area Monday ; was highlighted'by the no-hit pitching'of Craig Dawson of Corwith-Wesley, 'who IM his mates to j.'6-O, yictbry over Gold field at .Cor'with.'' ;f fhe win was the fifth straight for Dawson — AND HE HAS NOT ALLOWED A RUN TO DATE. Dawson literally stood the Gbldfield outfit on its collective head. He struck out 18. starting golden playtex girdle soft, sheer cloth inside new/ millions of air-fluffed fiber* in this new doth lining keep you cool, comfortable. new/ cut h'rgher in front for more freedom of movement^ new/ longer sides smooth away thigh bulge. new/ won't puncture or tear, f new/ lasts up to 3 times longer than ordinary girdles^ new/ won't ride up because of seven-way stretch. 'New Golden Playtex Girdle with magic-finger panels support your tummy; '(White only $10.95, XL $11.95. • New Golden Playtex Zipper Girdle zips on gnd off so easily -Mr and Mrs Craig Smith of gona have announced the engagement of their daughter, Linda- Ann, shown here, and Lawrence Plummer, son of Mr arid Mrs Donald C. Plummer of Des Moines. A late August wedding is planned. '• Miss Smith is a graduate of Algona high school and is now a sophomore at the State University of Iowa at Iowa City where she is a member of Kappa Kappai Gamma Sorority. | Mr Pluinmer is a Des Moines Dowling high school graduate d received his BA degree at Loras College, Dubuque. He is a candidate for his Ph. D in grad uate school at the State University and affiliated with Alpha :hi Sigma, professional fraternity. (UDM Engraving) Bears Gird For District Track Meet Friday Garrigan high school's track team, still gaining experience every time out, is readying for the district track meet at Eagle Grove tomorrow (Friday). The Bears ran into some of th6 most formidable opposition in the state Friday ,at the Mohawk R&. lays at Mason City — finding themselves in competition with teams like Mason City, Charles City, East Waterloo, etc., and came out fifth. Top finishes by the locals were by John Murphy, third in the discus, mile relay team, third, Dick' McGuire, third in mile run, Dick Heinen, fourth in the shot, medley relay team, fourth, and 880 yard team fifth. out the game by striking out the Fide in '-the 'first^'three 'Innings, and capped the <., performance with a pair of strikeouts;'to end the game after he had walked the bases full with one but in the seventh. , ' " A pair of fly-outs to centerfield and a bouncer back to the pitcher, Dawson who fired to first, accounted for the other three outs of the game. • 'LuVernc bounced B°orie Valley, 8-0, in another game [at Corwith Monday, ' ' ': •: At Bancroft, Burt ' got past Sentral,. 9-6, Ledyard belted Lakota, 13-0, and ' Titonka edged Swea City, 7-4, in opening round games. • •• Garrignn's Golden Bears, who pasted: SentraJj 1-5-0, during the week, will get 'into action' this afternoon (Thursday) at 3:30 p.m. at West Bend. They are slated to tangle with the winner of the Twin Rivers-Cylinder -game after getting a bye in the first rount The meets, slated, to wind up Wednesday, will probably be completed Friday ^and Saturday, with district meets to follow. Hawkeye Lanes Tourney Wind-Up The end neared this week in the Hawkeye Lanes bowling tournament as all three divisions closed in on final round action. In men's handicap play, John Spencer will meet Paul Hasse in one semi-final roll-off, while Keith Cplwe,ll will meet Tom Kissner in the other. The two winners will then meet for the championship. In men's scratch bowling, Bernie Carpenter will meet John Levy in the finals and in the women's handicap meet, it will be Charlotte Baldwin vs. Gwen Egel in,the finals, with both events slated for 8 p.m. this Saturday. ani-f Tfftjflftd Co. •fajteeS, ft junlof at St. Johh'% -where he is a stralght-A iMudent, received a similar- aAvard*«-ifist' year. The scholarships, are a'jvafded td car- Hers' f6f the' eompaSy oft the basis 6i scholarship, citizenship, service to, customers, sales'and promp'thes's -' arid efficiency in haridflttg 1 mortey< Mr Meyer is basketball and baseball coach at St. John's, . New Stewards Mr and Mrs Heiko'Clapp have been hired as first stewards o! the county farm by the board of supervisors. Second couple at the farm will be Mr and Mrs Lyle Braden. Pool Manager Dennis Lund has been hired by the Swea City council to be manager of the swimming pooi there this summer. It will mark his second year as manager of the pool. He is a son of Mr and Mrs Harry Lund of rural Swea City The pool is slated to open Mem orial Day and Nancy Mosher wil serve as Red Cross swimminj instructor, with .lessons slatei to begin June 12. $300 Scholarship James Meyer, son of Mr and Mrs V. J. Meyer, Bancroft, wil go with his parents to Des Moine tomorrow (Friday), May 12, to receive a $300 scholarship aware from the Des Moines Registe fhe Gift occasion. ~ make the gin _ ______ Samsonite Streamlite • MOTHER'S M* • FATHER'S DAT • GRADUATION? • WEDDINGS • • ANNIVERSARY* 9 . Mo orhw luggage in the world ht, Stretwlit*'* dw»k {xxrffedp ,..of it» toughnew. Triple-jtrenglh bMf, WV«f*d KHWl «i«9M» v Vinyl. Scoff, at scuHs, «t«,in.. Binding* ««• !»»«•» «W»t «** «* eig dimension inteftofs. Center lock wcat fytfUimt*, HWfc- Come in and tee Samwnit. Stre«mli*t Hi In Hawaiian Blue. Saddle Tan, Ebony CM* * Bulldogs Fourth AtEstherville; District Next Algona high school's Bulldog wound up fourth in class B at th EstherVille Relays Thursday, May 4, coming-in just a half-point ou jf third,, despite three first placi finishes In individual events bj 3ary Peer and Bob Percival.v The. locals, who have shown ,de t 'inite > improvement • since : the season got- underway, 'Will travel o the district track meet a> Sagle Grove .tomorrow (Friday) Mstrict 1 winners, ' second place iriishers and third place men better times or distances han first place times and dis- ances in other district meets will juaiify for the state. ' Peer took; his favorite events, ie hurdles, at Estherville, while 'ercival came through with first n the high jump as he went 5-6. eer shattered the meet record ith a 21.2 timing to ,take the ow hurdle event, and posted a 5,9 clocking on his way to vic- ory in the highs. The teams finished in this order: Cherokee, Sibley, Rock Rapids, Algona, Sheldon and Spirit Lake. Algona's mile relay team took second, the medley relay team and Gary Rich in the shot put Xvouhd up third, Dean Willrett in the 100, Steve Miller in the polt valut and the 440 yard relay team got fourths and Percival was fifth in the 220. Reach Finals Corwith-Wesley edged Clarion, 6-5, and Klemme belted LuVerne 17-7 ait Corwith -in semi-final games of the sectional baseball tournament at Corwith Tuesday afternoon 'as the winners moved Mo" the finals. Bunt met St. John's and Ledyard tangled with Titoftka at -Bancroft • Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs James Traugcr and family, and her,, #wther t Mrs Jc-sse Sanford visited Sunday evening in the Irvln McGowan home at Clear Lake. Larry Trauger' will visit his'aunt for a week. | ^^ Mother's Day Herring on Sour Cream , • •• Fruit Cocktail ". 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