The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1961 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 1, 1961
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(to.) Upper PM June 1, Johnnies 13-5 Winners; State Meet Is Next St. John's of Bancroft came from behind to register a 13-5 win over favored Thomas Jefferson Of Council Bluffs Monday night at Schaller. The win moved Coach V. J. Meyer's team into the state meet at a site and date to be announced. The win ran St. John's mark to 31 straight victories, including last fall when the Johnnies won the state meet. The loss was the first in 23 starts for Thomas . Jefferson. Other teams who won their way 'into the' state meet, whicr will- probably be played Friday or Saturday, were North Des Moines. Jefferson, Cedar Rapids and ; West Waterloo. TJ outhit the Johnnies 7-6 dur in? the Contest Monday, but two of the", winners' blows were homers by Alan. Me'nke and DeWayne Hatten. The wi liners gol four: runs in the top of the first and TJ came up with five in their lialf of the same frame to take the 4 lead. The score remained 5-4 unti St. John's came up With seven big runs in the top of the sixth KOSSUTU COUNTY PORTS Local Driver Star Of First Local Races then added two more in the final frame. Dick Donahue went all the way on the hill for St. John's, while Thompson and Drummond hurled for TJ. The winners committed three errors, the losers five. TEACHER Lillith Darby of Allison recently retired from her teaching career after 48 years of teaching Earlier in her teaching career, Miss Darby walked three miles to and from school from her home near Clarksville. »»«»»«»•»»»««*»»»«»»+»*» TORO 21" The new Whirlwind giyes you more for your money than any other rotary mower. There are no extras to buy! It is a complete yard machine, and the bag and chute ore designed as a functional part of the product—not an afterthought. Use in spring., summer and fall. 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BLOSSOM Insurance Agency Algona An opening night crowd o 1,400 fans watched Dean Schroe dcr win the thrill-packed main event as Kossulh Speedway opened action for the 1961 season of stock car races at the ''nil-grounds here Saturday night Pliere were seven other featur- •s on the program. The summer-long, weekly slate 'f slam-bang races will continue his Saturday night, June 3, with ime trials slated at 7:30 p.m., followed by seven heats of racing. An Algona driver, Gene Schattschneider, grabbed more honors than any of the 17 drivers entered. He walked off with the best time trial, a :31.28 clocking, took the trophy dash and the semi-main event. Schroeder took the six-lap handicap and the main event. They were the only men lo take more than one first. West Bend And Humboldt Meet For Loop Lead West Bend and Humboldt remained unbeaten in Kossuth County Baseball League play by racking un victories Sunday af* ternoon. West Bend posted a 6-1 verdict over St. Joe, while Humboldt eked out a 10-9 decision over Lone Rock. The league leaders will meet this Sunday at Humboldt while Lone Rock will travel to St. Joe For a game that will move one cam into the cellar alone. Mertz hurled West Bend to its win over St. Joe at St. Joe. He _ave up only three hits, while lis mates got 10 from the offer ngs of Henderson and Holmes The losers committed four er 'ors, the winners two. , Mason, Fish and Rumpel hurl' ed Humboldt past Lone Rock ai -one Rock. They allowed eigh' lits while their mates got 15 rom the pitching of Bellinger nd Reibhoff. Velma Meyer 01 Lakota Shower Honoree Friday Lakota --• ye'lma Meyer : honored Friday everting at open house shower. Hostessed Mrs. Harlan .Kruse, Mr's. A,' C Schissel, Mrs. Earl Paulsen, Mti Leona Bruer, Mrs. Darwin Mey! er, Mrs. H. H. Murray, Mrs. Viri cent Miller, Mrs. Burdette Hofep' pner, Mrs. Henry Steenhard Mrs. Hilmer Hanson, Mrs, Wllsof Brack, Mrs. George Meyer, Mrs William Mabus, Mrs. William Hanken. Mrs. Bob Beemer, Mrs Pearl Smith and Audrey Ruby^ Rev. L. R. Meirtecke. gave dd* votions, Mrs. Earl Paulsen' ani: Mrs. Darwin Meyer sang two'du 1 - ets, 'accompanied by T/trs. Keri- neth Aukes. A mock style sho\j was put on. Models were Mri' A. C. Schissel, Mrs.' •Harla' Kruse, Mrs. Donald Koppen, Mr! Burdette Hoeppner, Mrs. Williari Hanken, Mrs. Darwin .Meyei Mrs. Vincent Miller, Mrs. Robes Bcomor, Audrey Ruby, Mrs. Pea^ Smith and Mrs. Henry Steephard. Standings W Humboldt 2 Vest Bond 2 one Rock 0 St. Joe 0 Schaiischneiclex is shown in the above phoio getting a kiss on ihe cheek from Kay Cook immediately after Mrs. Cook presented him with ihe trophy dash cup. Dean Flaws took the first hea race easily as Dick Bennett came n second and Les Wildin, Al ;ona, third. The second heat went 0 Marv Naig, with Willie Kruse ind Schroodor coming in second and third. The third heat' went to Jim Marshall, with Larry Cook, Algona, second, and Tom Bennett, hird. The Trophy Dash found Schattschneider, Kruse anci laws, one, two, three; Bud Fchr and Flaws were second and third n the handicap; and Bob Garrett and Howie Thruston wore econd and third in the semi- nain. Flaws, one of the better drivers n the field, provided much ot .he excitement in the windup when his car was nudged over on ts side in front of the grandstand as the starting fhig was dropped. Tlagman Stan Iliedel immediale- y put up the rod flag and turned on a rod warning light, but two-thirds of the cars had roar- id into the first turn, thinking ho start was okay. They continued to barrel around llu- track ;i.s Kirdel jump- eel from hi.s position at the o<l; ; -i o! thf trad; Mid d:ishi.-d dowr UK- niidi'.'.i!- of the tiack io llu- !;•;-;' turn iri n;! oi'l'iprt i/.i U'-t i'vcryi.ii< »u>;;;;< il a i,. r , j, K.-up oc • ciuic-d at Luc it.vM(' <>i till- i' '-.;'.'.'.. il.p. '1 n• uston'.-: L-:V t-o.ilu.i't t-on- liriuc .ind o;u; ol'ntT car \vonl lliiuu;;li UK- I'i :ii.-f on l!:i- bad; v.n.'UTi bcfmv S.'iii'oi-clcr took ll:c viclui'y. Schait-ichni'idor tunu o in tic top (h'iviiiL! t-d'ort as he- xr.',-:-::i;U'rJ liis way frcjin I'il'u-rji- th to fii'l'i pl;ii'<; at the f:tii;-.h. The M'vi-nU'fn-cai- 1'n-ld v.'i'l he cnlai.uod ciur.u.i.; cumin;; sv<.v';s i!C(.oriiiiii! lo t:-;ic-I; manir'er Li 1 :•>•]! V/.-l!,.ii,loi I'. (UlXM l'oi;iroi(i I'iioio- K.iJ; 1 !ivm:j) r .laor.,a Youth ** W Li; 1 Fssture Gc-Kart Event KtmiiH- C'ooi'., 1-1, walked awa> \vilh livj 'i'roi;liy Uash feature rvi-nt at ll>e (Jo-Karl races held on ihe track ai the Algona Air port here Sunday afternoon. A large crowd attended (lit/ event. '1'i••(• K::!'U will race here again Sunday. June 11. and arc scheduled to meet every other Sunday all summer. About 15 cavs were entered and Cook won ivvo other events besides the feature as lie wound up top driver in the field. Men from all over the area, including several from Algona, were here for the races. Peer Second In Stcste Hurdles Gary Peer wrapped up all the points in the two hurdle events as Algova high school's track- men would up 26th in a field of 45 teams at the state class A Track Meet at Ames Saturday. Peer grabbed second in the 120 yard high hurdles and wound up fifth in the 180 yard lows on the Little Cyclone track. Winner of both events was John Fletcher, Clarion flash, who also took the 100 yard dash as he paced his team to the state title. The winners wound up with 24 3/4 points, while Algona got five. Other North Central Conference schools and their point totals: Iowa Falls 9, Eagle' Grove 5 Clear Lake 2 3/4, and Humboldt Velma received many and useful gifts. She was assist* ed by Mrs. Kenneth Aukes, Mrs. Harlan Hertzke and Mrs. Dayitl Boekelman. Mrs. -Bernard Wirfr ter poured. . Roberta Sue Addy, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Addy i| the fiancee of Jerry W. LunnT son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lunnf all of Lakota. Miss Addy is emir ployed as a stenographer at De£ Moines. Jerry is also employed at Des Moines. .,* Cubmaster William Hanken' announced that the Cub Scouts and their families will have a picnic Thursday, June 8. - ! Rev. and Mrs. Morris Janssen of Ely, Minn, were Thursday eve-' ning visitors 'at the Herman Wirt- les home. i)i Supt. and Mrs. John Cook enr, :ertained school board member^ and their wives and Dr. and Mrsffl Sent King of Mankato, Minrif; ollowing commencement exer?;; cises at the school Tuesday eve^i ning. • v Mrs. Tillie Swanson of Post ville came last Saturday to speni this week with her daughter anc|! family, the Robert Hamiltons. Mrs. Ed Ranney of Mario: brought Mrs. B. Weringa homj Saturday. Thursday visitors at the Cha: les Slroebels were Mr. and Mr George Biggins of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Paulsen went to Norwalk Sunday to at- tfeh'd the funeral of Ed Osceola. Iowa h Your Immunity Wearing Off? Are you and your children still safe and protected? To find out, check the schedule below and consult your doctor. He is your best advisor. SMALLPOX Vaccination every three years under normal circumstances. Mr, and Mf9. W. C, MtitoftF* hill and Jean of Ames Visited at the Walter Leslie home Slffldfiy, Sunday eveftftiri ""*--"" home of Mrs. Lena _ help her celebrate her _ __„, were Mr. arid Mrs. ErViK ScJMfei and Mrs. Pauilrtd Klfioke of La* kota and the Walter Klo'dfces di Ledyard. • ' ,'.' ,•;,'• The birthday club met Satttr* day at the home of Mn Schwarz. Those present Mrs. Mary Telkamp, Mrs. 1 Christ,' Mrs. Harry Rosertau, ___ la Ellman, Mrs. Richard Zieiske, Mrs. George HatiS. Mrs. RttffUS Olthoff, Mrs. Fred Mabus, Mrs Signe Nelson, Mrs. Jenny Bloifte of Elmore;, Martha SchWaia! and Irene Wibben. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hertzke drove to Beatrice, Neb. FridSy'to spend the weekend with theii son, Steven, wbo is attending,the Martin Luther School. 'Mr. and Mrs. I. E. .Wortman left June 1 on a jet • non-stop flight from Chicago to Frankfort, Germany, to visit their son, Dr; and Mrs. John Wortman and family. They expect to be gone, about' six weeks. ; >fcMrs. W. E. Ley, Mrs. W. D'• Ley, Mrs. A. C. Schissel, Mrs. H. H.: Murray and Mrs. Harry Muss- rrfnn spent Wednesday at Excelsior, Minn, visiting with Mrs. Ward Dawson. , ,'>Mrs. Signe Nelson'has received word of the birth of- a great- jrandson, born May 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Darolcj .Hunter of 'Boyes Spring, Calif. He weighed 10 ppunds and has been named Randy Ray. Mrs. Nelson now fas ten great-grandchildren. , Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barett,: Gharold-and Clare left-Monday' Afternoon to visit their children, ;he Alan Hiscocks iri Des Moines, \!r. and Mrs. Clark Stevens 1 in Bloomfield and the Virgil Barretts at SchlesWig. .. Mrs. Guy Beemer of Webster City was a guest Wednesday'and Wednesday night -at the Robert 3eemer home. Honor Award To business meeting a^brldal showe* SAfcfiS BddKS* refJfltef tick- i was held for Bonnie Bristowl fiU ets,-register carbons, adder aftd len Sierher sang a soiq and Mrs 'cfefi [fggffiteT Mils, Sterner anH Ellen tilayed & pianr duet. ' ' " •Del'MoIftes ¥i»t)7^60.,'Algbha. " PHONE CY 4-3533 - YOUft NEWSPAPER Roberta Schwen'demann Roberta Schwendemann, daughter -of Mr. and iVIrs. Nels Isaacson, Algona, and a 1961 graduate of ;Algona .high school received ah 'honor scholarship from St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., this w<*6k. The scholarship is for one year 1 , but catt be renewed in future years if a B- average is maintained and. is to be applied on'her tuitibn at the college.' She .plans to -enroll there for the fall term. Miss Schw'ende- rriann was a member of the Honor Society in high school. (Nels Isaacson Photo—UDM Engraving) Irvington Ideals The Irvington Ideals held their Mother's day tea May 13(at Ellen and Vicky Siemer's. Ellen and Vicky 'Seimer and Luanna Leek were on the committee to make! the menu for Rally day. Demonstrations were given by Bonnie Bristow, ad by Ellen Siemer. Each mother was given a bouquet of artificial flowers. .After the NOTICE! WE ARt HAPPY to cmneurtte tM we will exjtarld due business to 12 NEW LANES - PLUS A MODERN SNACK BAR - this summer which will be ready for league bowl- Ing, this fall. , CONTACT Bob or Doyle,now for signing up your team for next fall while you have these choices of nights:, MONDAY NIGHTS - Men's Handicap TUESDAY NIGHTS - Men's Handicap WEDNESDAY NIGHTS - MeVs Handicap and Classic. THURSDAY NIGHTS -Women's Handicap FRIDAY NIGHTS - Mixed Doubles '/ SATURDAY NIGHTS — Mixed Doubles. ; ALGONA LANES Bob Riedel and Doyle Dailey, Prop. PHONE CYpress 4-2831 DIPHTHERIA Booster shot at ages of two and five years. Beyond this age, need for boosters is determined by Schick test. TETANUS Priest 25 Years Father Leo Kelm, assistant pastor at St. Oeolia's Catholic church liuix- several years ago, observed his twenty-fifth year of ordination to the priesthood Wednesday, May 31. He is now serving as chaplain at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital at Sioux City. Bcoster shot routinely every four years. Indicated after every puncture wound or severe traumatic injury. Especially indicated in adults frequently subjected to abrasions and minor trauma and those sensitive to horse serum. TYPHOID Booster every 1-2 years, depending upon probability of exposure. Often advisable for campers. INFLUENZA Polyvalent vaccine repeated each year, starting at age five. Persons with allergies should so inform their physician. POLIO Series of three injections given in'Mally. Although duration of Salk vaccine protection is not yet known, a fourth dose (given at least one year after third shot) could be given. All persons to the age of 40 should get injections. RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY 117 i. State CY 4-2349 PRIZES ft 5 BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY IN TO REGISTER! FOR REGISTRATION STARTS NOW M V - AT - GIVE DAD A 'LIFT' this Father's Day by winning for him one of the 5 wonderful pop-pleasing prizes we're offering in observance of Father's Day. MOM, DAD AND ALL THE KIDS (including Grandma and Gramps) are eligible to register in our store, beginning now. THERE WILL BE 5 PRIZES AND 5 DIFFERENT WIN- NERSI No purchase necessary to register just stop in anytime between now and June 17.' Registration ends at 5 P.M. SAT., JUNE 17 when Drawing will be held to declare tha winners! $EE PUR GIFT IDEAS FOR DAD'S DAY GIVING — JUNE 18thl ST PRIZE WINNER Choice of Either a — SUMMER SUIT m PRIZE! • Sport Shirt And Slacks RD PRIZE! • Straw Hat 4 TH PRIZE! • ,Short Sleeve Sport Shirt SPORT GOAT and pair of SLACKS TH PRIZE! • Short Sleeve Knit Shirt ZENDER'S Wl^^^^^^W ^^^^^^^^^BP HMBI ^HIBff W^ff^H^^^ ^^^^^^^^^B ^^^p ^^^w ^fff^f PgQPLJ WHO KNOW QUALITY — KNOW

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