The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1961
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X 49ft* DM In Conference track Meet e*. ' - ' JAigona's Bulldogs wound up fifth in the North Central Conference Track Meet al Huttibold Ijriday as Bill Wetzel, sophomore speedster, Claimed the only first lace finish for Coach outfit. Jin jUfeteel. who took the 220 in :23.'5, Mil travel to the state class A meet at Ames Saturday along with teammates Gary Peer, who ijtill compete in 'the high and low hurdles, Bob Percival, high jump, and the medley relay team. ^Peer placed second in his fa* vpWte events at the loop meet — 1£e low and high hurdles. John ^etcher, Clarion, the top hurdlei in class A in the state this sea" took both events, plus two oilier firsts as he paced ttie Cow- ttoijs to the team championship., *f*ercival .tied for second in the HighV^unip, -Jim Richardson got third ih the broad jump, the med- f relay team placed second, the yard relay team and Bob ber in the low hurdles took fourths, and.the mile relay team, $0 yard relay team, Gerber in the high hurdles and Bruce Sundet in the 440 took fifths. Humboldt, West Bend Open With League Wins Humboldt and West Bend chalked up wins Sunday as play opened in the Kossuth Count} Baseball League. Gamwthis Sunday "Will find Humboldt at Lone Rock and West Bend at St. Joe. .. Mason hurled Humboldt's Win over St. Joe, 12-8, as he allowed only two, hits. His mates collected 13 from the offerings of Henderson of St. Joe. The game; was played at Humboldt. West Bend counted nine runs and nine hits to edge Lone Rock 9-8, at West Bend. Doyle and Holland hurled for the winners, giving Up "eight hits, while Bollinger went all the way on the hill for Lone Rock. Trophy To Peer •lu Verne, Swea -Register Points !ln State Track ,, Paul Gilligan of LuVerne pick- ad up a .tie - for 'second and a tftird iand Maurice 'Carr of Swea City grabbed a 'Second place fin- Sh in the State .Class C High School Track 'Meet at Ames Saturday, .LuYerhe wound up six- IJenth and twenty-second in the big field. Carr tossed the shot 47 feet, gist 10V4 inches short of first place as he took second in the shot ;put. Gilligan high jumpea E£ 7%", only a half-inch from the best leap, for a tie for second in 1 that, event and took third in the $0. • .',;'• r, Sioux Rapids took -the. team 'title. Class - ; - . a> wifr be4,hiBid ait 'Ames this • ' \veekend. Johnnies Take District Title .-St. John's of Bancroft combined one-hit pitching by Dick Donahue and a timely, 'last-inning sjngle by Alan Menke • to <ihalk up a thrilling 1-0 win over Rodman at Bancroft Friday after- lioon in the finals of the district tournament. The victory gave the Johnnies the - district title ana ijioved them into sub-state action, •An expected tight pitching duel between Donahue, the John- nii.'s" mighty mite, and Gary Johnson of Rodman ended with Menke's hit, a clean smash to center field. It chased Chuck Hatten, who had walked and iftoved to third on a sacrifice and fielder's choice, home with the winning tally. • Menke and Duanc Hatten each •got two hits for the Johnnies, while Thatcher got Rodman's $nc blow. Donahue whiffed seven as St. John's remained unbeat- •jOpens Sunday » Dwight Cook, owner of the Al- £ona Miniature Golf Course, announced this week that play will l»egin at the course this Sunday, "ay 28, and continue all summer, 'he golf course is located west of the swimming pool here. Peer, football halfback, >asketball guard and 1 ' hurdler un life track team at Algona high chool, receivd the traveling trophy as the school's Outstanding Athlete during the past school year during the All-Sports Banuet at the high school Wednesday night, May 17. Peer is a senior and the fifth to receive the trophy since it was first awarded in 1957. Played Wednesday St. John's of Bancroft met St. Mary's of Larchwood in the sub- state baseball tournament at Everly at 4 p.m. Wednesday, with the winner to get a shot at the state championship. Seneca Seniors Honored After Baccalaureate Seneca ^- .Mr; and Mrs. Howard Preston entertained Sunday: evening following baccaliaureate' services at Sentral school Kon-l pring their son Daryle. Guests included Mr.', and Mrs! Cassie *" ' and Alargie!, all.^pf Swea City; Judy Weiner, Mr. 'and Mrs. Curtis. Olson, of Fehton; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Preston and sons, and George and John Haddle. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson entertained Sunday evening at their home honoring their daughter, Marjorie. Guests included Mr. -and Mrs. Frank Looft, Fair-i mont, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Looft of Blue Earth, Mr. •and Mrs. Robert Sanders -and Pain, Mr. and 1 Mrs. John Hallstrom and sons, Mr. Dennis Johnson, Goldficld. Miss Darlene Johnson and Joan Hinricksen, Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp and Trudy, Mr. and Mrs. Don Kocppel, Fenton, Judy Koeppol, Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Don Blanchard, Lone Rock, Mr. Win. O'Brien and Ronald Martin, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Franks and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nelson and family, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weber, Linda ana John, Bancroft, Kueben and Agnes Olson, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Glawe, Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crowley entertained Wednesday evening in honor of their daughter, Kathleen. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crowley, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Binzin and f;imily, Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Anderson, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Cassie Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. George Rohlin, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, Grant, Coleen POTTED PLANTS SHOULD BE SET OUT NOW! However, the season will last from now until the end of sum- li! mer. Don't wait — see us now •.'•. while the selection is complete. i : i i Our selection of an- •.• nuals and perennials was |i never better. We bflve a kirge supply of potted geranium* for Memorial Pay — as well as many other plants to choose from. Rose dust — fruit tree spray — a complete line of tools and (applies ier the flower or vegetable gardener. ~~ QPEN UNTIL 8 IN EVENINGS - SUNDAY 8 TQ 5 DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER CY 4-4813 NQRTHiA?T OP CITY UMITS" Algona Sfftlth; MfSi Joe* Crowley ana ©tefia, Bflfteroft, M*, «nd Mrs. iSohn CrfcWIe'y, Algcftta, Mr. and M^S. Vifgil Pltstbft ftnd family and Mr. and* Mrs. Jein Tague and family of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn honored their s'on^ Larry. Enjoying the courtesy were Mh and Mrs. Roy Osborn of Lewisville, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Oftedahl, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tennyson, Fairmont, Richard Fan- riell, '.Nits. Orville Miller and Dott* aid--of Swea City, Mrs. Henr*y Lodft and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jensen and son of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Madsen honored their daughter, Carolyn. Guests Sunday night included' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry. Bliss and Danny of 'Great Bend, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Anderson, Mr. •and 'Mrs. Ernest 'Jacobson, Roy Homan, Ringsted, Mr, and Mrs. Carl Larson* Delhi, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Madsen, Albert i Lea,'Minn. < Mr,! an M6nd!fld day »IlU™^MLlOi , family, aflfl,-— , . . Borchard afld^amflf/ all of, ton, and Mrs. Edith Cage of Ringsted. * • The Blakjer'Lutheran met Thursday afternoon • -wltb Mrs. Cleo Classon and Mrs. Lin> tli Jensferi'as hostesses. Gua ineiu'ded Mrs. Arlbt Lonj San,- Mrs,','Anna•? 'Ullestftdj ftrfy Chriatenson *" """ " RJhgsted-ahd I" of; Forest.,City. Sunday guests of tfte|Joe Crowleys were Mrs. Crowley's broth* er, Hank Klehv of .Fairmont «nd" her nephew, "Meiyitt -Klein,',Afis- Mr. >and Mrs. C. O. Bailey at- terided graduation exercises/»at Senlral school 'WeanesdaV-s feVe- ning. '. : . • •„ '' /-, r s 5^, i * Mr. . and Mrs. Clem' Dotson,. Arfnstrong, were Sunday, >guests;' , the E Dorothy*! dge speA her parerttl&.., ...__ Eugene Friesth, her' f ianc*e, wl •also a guest ,at the Petersel •Tiome. , arid'Mrs,. 'Alfred " Visited with the, former's the Holgar Petersetts, •Friday ftight:' ' Eastern , Friendship Fete Is Held Here Algona Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star had a,friendship night Tuesday^ May 23,' at -the Masonic 'Temple. Guest officers were Buelah Martin, Corwith. Herbert Raney and Virginia Raney, Livermore, John Miller, 'Burt, Catherine Seagren, Emmetsburg, Elsie Campbell and Lois ChriSt- id, Violet ,*,.'•& Vahn^i liildebrand, . .'left McLaugriUft-Tbi .Jrit't, Cliarice Krante and Ma^ me Smouse, Swea City. Mae Scott arid Eugene Reynolds, Mil- t8f6, "SSS'ISMTS Be-elf 5f Hum-' .Algona-offleers were Jane Asa, worthy matron, Don Asa, worthy patron, Peg and Russell Guster, Katheryn Peirce, Bernita Rusk, ,Ruth' Gdok, dthy Hard- ,liirloti6' C6l- er, Dott^ SteVefl. Sondr'a Wohlers, Nohfla wklk'ef, Cldfa Amesbury, Patrick Taylor and Everett Steven Mrs. Mae Scott of Miliord, Mrs. Dixie Isaacson, and Mrs. Sondra Wohters of Algeria were soloists; Mrs. Leota Geigel and Mrs. Esther Fellows, accompanists,, and Mary Jane Dugan and Mary Georgia Hansen of Burt, played a piano duet. Local Pastor Is Doubly Honored Members of Trinity Lutherart church, Algona, surprised'Pasto* and* ttn. G. J. C.J3enke on A double, 2Sth anniveriforyv May 21. It was the 25th wedding anni- 'versary of Pastor and Mrs. Gerike, May 3, and the 25th anniversary of Pastor Qerike's ordiha- tibn into the holy ministry, 'Which oecurred May 17, 1936, Pastor* Donald Heck of Livermore conducted the morning service. After the service,' all guests assembled in the social room for a "This Is Your Life" program under the direction of Pastor A. L. Suhultz of Burt and -Martin Huber, Algona. Letters of con* gratulations from former parishes were read; greetings were extended by the various officers of the congregation and its organi- aations. A silver mondy tree was given as gift to Pastor and Mrs. ^ vj Castor aM'-Mrs. jplrike were married id Hoi? t2r||SL Lutheran churcn.iSt.' Louis, Mafc-,3,, 1938. Pastor t,Gerike- was ordained and installed 4n St. fflfttMw's L U th- eiw-6httr$,*%zeft N. fi., b> his father ReV. H. f «J. W. Oerike. The <5erlke& haVe three daughters, Mrs. Leray Vogel, 'St. Louis; Mrs. Robert. BroWh, San Diego, Calif.5 Cairol Mae at home. ISUHanoV V Charles DeBoer; Ledyard, student at Iowa State University at Ames, recently, received a financial award for being second high in scholarship airiottg juniors at the University, He is joining Alph Chi Sigma, honorary chemistry fraternity and Pi Mu Upsilon, honorary mathematics friaternity ,at Ames. The son of Supt. and Mrs. Gi D. DeBoer, Ledyard, Charles will be employed by Eli Lilly and Son, drug company, at Indianapolis, Ind. I I JIEAT TIfVT tVATIOIVAL MEAT' K,, Guaranteed Satisfaction! QtTANTITY BIGHTS RESERVED Govf. Inspected GRADE "A" Tender young whole fryers — Perfect for outdoor • frying or barbecuing PER LB. Barbecue Suggestions ROCK 18 OZ. CORNISH GAME HENS ________ 79c HUtttttltttfftttt Butterfly Pork Chops COUNTRY STYLE. EXTRA •. • Meaty Spare Ribs ^ lOA 89 l» ° DUBUQUE Canned HAM FULLY COOKED and COMPLETELY BONELESS —TRULY DELICIOUS 'Ready to Serve $069 5-Lb.Can 0 NATIONAL'S mLYcooKED, BONELESS ....... ... HAVE PLENTY.FO* .THE WIENER ROAST Top Taste FRANKS •*• M Afi fmWir $2.69 Value Western JEANS H*t*.iJ. a tru* Value faltoredj.111 * ..._,. _ DENIM' 3 • SANFORIZED " • FIVE POCKETS >• ZIPPER FLY >, l • SWING DOCKETS AT STRAIN • POLISHED RIVETS • S BELT LbOPS SLIMS* $199 ONLY I •••?•* OLD HOME,'PKG. OF 8 Hamburger or Hot Dog Buns. 21 WELCH'S FIESTA PUNCH OR Vour Choice Grape Drink 8 DELICIOUS'FLAVORS Sum^R-Aid R, GARDEN FRESH FROZEN French' Fries 3 32-Oz. Cons ^25 C 6 0-0,. $1 Pkgs. I LILY PICNIC jlQC BLUE RIBBOr" Plates nm* .....:.W - Napkins •CRYSTAL GEM, REGAL GRAHAM or STRIPED DAINTIES Reg. 29 C Pkg. Cookies FROZEN -fc%<*- Cal Grove Lemonade THE MCNJC. 6-oz. CAN NONE BETTER FOR PICNIC SANDWICHES | Top Taste Luncheon Meat ^ CAN STOKELY Honey Pod PEAS or Price* for THURS, FBI,SALMON. MAY 25-26-27 and 29th Hershey Choc Syrup _2 & 49« f H'iti^lr!^ i I WITH THIS COUPON WHEN YOU BUY J | </2 Gal, Blue Bunny ICE CREAM | I. •»-your NATIONAL FOOD STORES j • —— ^ ^ ^ ^ ' ^ ^_ _ ^_ ^ ^ ^ J ftmmtfmmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmtmimimffmmm mfj \ 5C King Korn Stamps FREE j I WITH IHIS'COUPON WHEN YOU BUY J | 1 IJ.M. JARS ORCHARD FRESH ( i Strawberry Preserves _3 <« '1 i J it your NATIONAL FOOD STORES J . COUPON EXPIRES MAY 29. 'it • BRIQUET Charcoal Stokely Cut Green Beans .._„.. 2 d2.49c Stokely Small ^hole Beets .2c^,39c Steely Cut Beets J,.., tt .,^.«... 2 £. 29e StoVely peas and Carrots ........„.:..;2 £.45c NATCO SPARkL-lN^, ' <: : Beverages nFOR (J In 24-OZ. NO DEPOSIT BOTTLES .... Am. Deluxe COFFEE ..n, CAN - 49 C 8 PKS. soz. PKG Van Camp Beanee Weenees Reynold's Aluminum Foil a Reynold's Aluminum Foil » CRISP RICH Ritz Crackers ALLSWEET (2c De*l) Margarine jSi JOLLY TIME : Pop Corn UB.BA© SPAGHETTI . Kraft Dinner SWEET Gedney Pickles \ux. . SNOW WHITE Spry Shortening CAN . FOR AUTOMATICS, BLUE All Detergent 5c DEAL Handy Andy PINT Sc DEAL . Breeze LARGE PKG. NET 9c DEAL LUX Liquid MILD „*, Golden CORN CREAMsraE YOUR CHOICE NO. 303 CANS .37c 87c AA 29 _• SWANS DOWN < • Cake Mixes |k • ORANGE COCOANUT w • FUDGE COCOANUT |) • CHOC. CHIP • LEMON FLAKE • WHITE 9 •DEVILSFOOD I) Your Choice of These Favorite Flavors SO FRESH FRESH 39' 86' IT'S JUST NOT' A PICNIC WITHOUT NET Swan Liquid ?2-oz. REG. SIZE A Lux Soap ......... ,...a BATH SIZE ,Lux Soap .............. 5cDEAL . RiriSO Blue URGE PKG LARGE PKG. -.^ Surf Detergent Liquid <?UART NEW CROP U. I* MM mf NATCO % Large Eggs % U. S. D. A. INSPECTED AND GRADED 40 GRADE"A" •' | They're Laroe and Snow White I 3 $ Doz. oo • KING KOR STAMPS WITH STOKELY'S + { Catsup A titty combination of f«d-rlpe tomalo«» and fin* fpictfr—thick and rfch 60LOEN IOOK W ENCYCLOPEDIA { IS NOW OOO M-OI. Bottl* , »,*.».»«»• HERUN m\ SWISS WATCHES W With ||».?» h f799 ttt, T«DH ..,, I > 'JUST CAN'T BVY FRESHER, FINER PRODUCE! New Crop Red Ripe and Juicy ^ . NOT JUST WATERMELON BUT SELECT MELONS • J J^L & WHICH WERE PICKED BY OUR BUYERS WITH YOUR / MM V , PUASURAIIE MEMORlAi GAY PICNiCS IN MIND, PER LB VW * • —m ._, ' ^HHBI^^ Sfrawtarrto M ««, 33* I froth LtjiMHif 4 <<* W Ifl.lll :a^P _•• __1 Htw Crop 5llcln 9 TenratoAi ts: 19 9 lU-ID.B^MBliUng Slicing Cucumlmi 2 15^ * Horn* 0rown Aipara^ut i& lf« Sunklit p[«tlc Umon* or Unm«, If 9 Day Wrtaths u 8( , m *L7«

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