The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1962 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1962
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*• * i One To Be Bowl-Down Benefit Queen JUDY NAYLOR One of these four young women will,, be crowned Queen at the H^wkee Lanes here, Wednesday evening at the conclusion of Cancer Fund Bowl-Down which will terminate that evening. During the Bowl-Down, every bowler had a chance to cast one vote,, with 'each donation to the Cancer fund, for their choice as Queen. The' contest has been on RUfH MEEHLHAUSE for three weeks. All of the four candidates for Queen will receive awards. Judy Naylor was born In Saskatchewan, Canada, and came to Algona in 1953; She is employed at the Lucia Wallace school. Judy is a bowler and carries an average of 126. Ruth Meehlhausc is the mother of two girls, and the family has GERI RL'ARK lived here for the past eight years. She is active in numerous local groups, and enjoys square dancing, as well as bowling. Shirley Wellendorf is a native of South Dakota, who married an Algona young man whom she met on a blind date while he was in the service. She is active in local women's groups, helps her hus-- band on the farm and at the Kos- SHIRLEY WELLENDOItF suth Speedway in the summer and manages to supervise her Hus band and their son and daughter as well. \ • Geri Ruark is the youngest ol the candidates, and an avid bowler. Her father promised her he would buy her a .bowling ball ii she hit 200; last week she rolled a 225 game. She has lived in Algona for six years, LuVerne 3rd At Pokey LuVerne, Burt And AHS Place At Pocahontas Algona placed eighth in class A and LuVerne finished third and Burt seventh in class B at the Pocahontas Relays Thursday. The Bulldogs were led by Tom Waller who grabbed first for the second straight outing in the high jump". He again cleared 5-8, then went on to -take a third place tte in the broad jump. LuVerne did a good job in the relay events .in class B, taking first in the 880 and 440. The winning 880 team was composed of Norcross, Trauger, Blumer and Rusher. LuVerne also grabbed second in the mile relay and third in the medley relay. Burt grabbed third in the 880 relay and West Bend took third in the 440 relay. PauUina won the class A title and Sioux Rapids took. the class B crown. Algona and Garrigan will travel to the Spencer Relays this Friday. Fish Contest At Big Stone Opens Ortonvillc, Minn. — Big Stone lake will be the scene of one of the biggest and earliest fishing contests this year, beginning on Saturday, April 28. The season for all species of fish, of which there are 24 by actual count in thib lake, will be open Saturday as it is border waters. The contest is open to all and there are weekly prizes in 9 divisions: walleyes, northerns, crappies, perch, sunfish, catfish, bullheads, largemouth bass and silver bass. There will also be huge grand prizes in each of these divisions. Big Stcne Lake, which is 36 mikJS long, is expected to be exceptionally "hot" this year as the water level is normal for this time of the year. District Track Meet, May 11-12 High school track teams of this area are preparing for their district competition, which takes place for a majority of the area schools at Eagle Grove, May 11 and 12. Entered in the Class A at Eagle Grove are Algona and Algona Garrigan. In Class B, entries in elude Burt, LuVerne and Titonka Sectional BB Meet Slated At Garrigan Garrigan high school will host a sectional baseball tournament May 5, 7 and 9, according to Athletic Director Jim Geelan, wht stated Monday that five area teams will vie for the title and the right to advance to district play. The opener May 5 will find Garrigan meeting Whittemore pub- Jip Wgl» (school at 2 p.m. Monday, May 7, at 2 p.m., the winner of ' at contest -will meet Corwilh- ' >y, and at 3:30 p.m. May 7 Rivers and LuVerne will tangle- , , . The finals will be played at t p.m. Wednesday, May 9. Theta Sigma Phi, honorary and professional fraternity for women slty of Washington. 4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, April 24, KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS Swea City Wins Triangular Meet At Burl Swea City edged Burt and Armstrong to win a triangulai track meet at Burt, Apr. 17. The Trojans registered 97 points, Burf 91% and Armstrong 84 '/&. Burt held a decided edge in firsts, taking seven outright and tying for another. Swea City took five firsts and tied for one and Armstrong finished with five firsts, including three in rel?,y events. Jerry Kissner of Burt took first in the broad jump and 100 yard dash and tied Doug Cummins of Swea City in the low hurdles. Dennis Meister, Burt, won the high jump and football throw, Jim Cecil, Armstrong, was first in the 220 and 440 yard dashes and Maurice Carr, Swea City, grabbed firsts in the shot and discus. Here are the meet results: High jump — Meister, 5-4. Discus — Carr, 121-9. . Football throw — Meister, 1646. Shot put — Carr, 41-11. Pole vault — Henrichsen (SO, 10. Broad jump — Kissner, 19-8. 100 yd. dash — Kissner, :10.5. 2 mile relay — Armstrong, 9:52.3. 220 yd. dash — Cecil, :25.9. Mile — Geilenfeld (B), 5:26.1. 120 yd. high hurdles — Cummins, :16.3. 880 relay — Armstrong, 1:44.4. 440 yd. run — Cecil, :57.6. 120 yd. low hurdles — Cummins and Kissner, :21.9. Medley relay — Burt, 4:21.1 880 yd. run — Conway (SC) 2:23.1. 440 yd. relay — Burt, :50.5. Mile relay — Armstrong, 4:08.8 GHS To M-City Garrigan high school will open its baseball season at Mason City this Saturday, Apr. 28, according to Coach Jim Geelan. The Bears will meet the Mohawks, then return to Mason City May 2 for a meeting with the Newman Knights. California Guest Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Oswald Thilges family homp were Dennis Miller, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon and family and Charles Harmon and family, Algona; Willis Harmon, Ringsted; Mrs. Mary Dole and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Immerfall and family, Irvington; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green and family of Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mescher and family, Burt; and Judy Mescher of Mason City. An afternoon visitor was Wilmer Thilges from Anaheim, Calif. Thomas Nast created the sym- •bol of the elephant for the Hcpub- Jjcan party and the donkey for the Democratic party. Tennis Meet Algona high school's tennis team dropped a 7-0 decision to Fort Dodge Thursday. Competing for the locals in singles were Gary Colwell, Bob Ellefson, Tim Dailey, Bucky Buchanan and John Phillips, while Colwell and Ellefson and Buchanan and Phillips teamed up in the doubles. Tosses 287 Line C. R. Baker of LuVerne flipped a 287 line to cap a 649 series there Wednesday evening, Apr. 11. His 287 began with a spare, followed by 10 strikes and a seven- pin count on his last ball. Shower Honoree At Swea City Swea-Eaglc — LeeOra Peters was honored at a pre-nuptial shower at Guild hall in Swea City Apr. 14. Diane Vino registered 50 persons in the guest book. Diane Mino had charge of the gifts. Mrs. Gene Thompson was mistress of ceremonies. For the program Darlene Mino sang a number and Gwen Preston and Mary Larson presented two vocal duets. Marjorie Clark had devotions. Mrs. Dettmer Thompson gave a talk. Hostesses were Mesdames Genp Thompson, Dettmer Thompson, Walter Mino, Tom Preston, Sam Link, Ervin Link, Maynard Jensen, Virgil Jensen, Dillard Bishop, Emit Larson, Lewell Larson. Glenn Clark, Gladys Hanson and Diane Mino. A family dinner held Sunday at the Virgjl Tc-kheims included Mr. and Mrs! Bob Johnson of Douglas, Ariz., Mrs. Opal Pierce, St. Paul. Minn., Orville Work, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Work and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Work and Michael and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Work and family, Rake. Mr. and Mrs. Carles Engelby became parents of a baby girl. Carmen Aileen, at Holy Family hospital Apr. 7. She weighed » pounds. The Engelbys have a girl. Cheryl, and a boy, Craig. Grandparents are Mrs. Ida Engelby, Ledyard, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Person, Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson attended a birthday party Wednesday evening at Burt for the 88th birthday of her grandmother, Mrs. Cora Stow. Mr. and Mrs. Truman'Johnson and Terry were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Johnson's brother, the Beryl Bromleys, Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Ralph Kauffman of Rolfe were Sunday visitors at the Russell Kauffman home. Mr and Mrs Everett Johansen entertained Sunday at dinner for the birthday of their daughter, Dolores.' Guests were Mr and Mrs Merry Wegner, Mr and Mrs Ole Johansen, and Mrs J. P. Jeterson and John of Yucaipa, Calif. Mr and Mrs William Buhmann, Jr. and Ronnie, Emmens, Minn., were Friday evening visitors at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Jay Brones. Mr and Mrs Joe Preston returned«Sunday after a five-week visit through Florida, Arkansas, Missouri and Iowa. They stayed for a week at the same hotel as the Art Andersons and the Oscar Nelsons; at Orlando. They visited Mrs Maude Jongberg at Kissimmee and the David Andersons and Lawrence Byers at Orlando; and with a niece in Hollywood. The Prestons saw a major league ball jame between the Minneapolis Twins and the Detroit Tigers in Tampa. Mrs Elmer Alderdyce of Fayette was a weekend uest at the Ralph Walker home. Mrs Harold Jones and Mrs Harry Lund were Thursday callers at the Ralph Walker and Mr and Mrs A. N. Anderson were Sunday guests there. Mr and Mrs Art Larsen and Mr and Mrs Alfred Skank attended the State Farmers Union meeting last Monday at Des Moines. Sunday at the Howard Preston home were Mrs Cleo Classon of ilingsted and Mr and Mrs Earl Preston. The Everett Thorsons and the John Carlsons and Merlin were Sunday dinner guests of the Lloyd Kellers at Mason City, along with other relatives. They visited John Nelson who is a patient at Mercy hospital and is seriously ill. haney Work was a patient at St. Joseph's hospital at Mankato Thursday to Saturday for x-rays and minor surgery. Mr and Mrs Bob Johnson and Mrs Harley Work stayed in Mankato during that cuue. Mr and Mrs Bob Johnson, Douglas, Ariz., are making a ten-day visit with her parents, the Harley Works, and other relatives. The rotary hoe, an invention of 1890, got into commercial production about 1912. Later it was learned that the tool worked best at high speed behind the tractor, breaking up soil crust and killing young weeds. $1000 FISHING DERBY BEGINS SATURDAY, APRIL 28, ON BIG STONE LAKE AT ORTQNVIUE, MINNESOTA WEEKLY PRIZES & BIG GRAND PRIZES IN 9 SPECIES Crappies, Walleyes, Northerns, Perth, Large Mouth Bass, Bullheads, Catfish, SunHsh. and Silver Bass. CONTEST RUNS THROUGH JUNE 3 The Fish V/ill Be Bitin' . . . Join the Fun and Win Big Prizes! EROS. ANNUAt No. 1 Armour's Campfire Brand WITH EACH PURCHASE OF 8 GALLONS GAS, or More FRIDAY, SATURDAY, April 27-28 FREE SUCKERS TO ALL CHILDREN SERVICE STATION OPEN TO MIDNIGHT Free - Helium Filled BIG BALIGNS To All Children Accompanied by Parents. .THEY FLOAT! GAS FOR LESS -AND BACON TOO! ***** ' '* * * *• *, . * Be Sure And Register In Our Garage For 10 FREE STUFFED TOYS DRAWING AT 8 P.M. 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