The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 17
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April 25,1957 Igotta Upper lies Jilome* April 25,1957 Propose New Football Loop For This Area City — At the Swea City school oh April 23 representatives from a number of schools in Kossuth and adjoining counties will meet to consider plans for the formation of a new football conference. Among schools participating in this meeting will be Armstrong, Titonka, Thompson, and Swea City Other schools to be represented at the meeting Tuesday who do not as yet offer football in their athletic program but are inter- BASEBALL SECTIONALS OPEN APRIL 29 ested in doing "so, are Sentral, Burt, Ledyard, Lakota, and Ringsted. The proposed conference would be made up for the most part of schools who are now members of the State Line basketball conference, exceptions being Swea City, Sentral, and Ringsted. Schedules worked out for the new conference would not take effect until the 1958 football season. The principal disadvantage of the present Corn Belt football conference, to which Armstrong, Titonka, Thompson, and Swen Radiantly lovely . . . ethereal as the dawn in her gossamer wedding gown . . . the summer bride captures the romance of the ages ... is the cynosure of all eyes a Gift from SHARP'S JEWELRY OUR BRIDAL REGISTRY is the true and complete source of information for all who wish to 'gift the bride' . . . for in Sharp's Bridal Registry is noted down the Bride's preference as to pattern and style in sterling, china, glassware. Likewise, our Bridal Registry shows, in brief, "just what gift will most please a particular bride." At Sharp's Jewelry are to be found the most cherished and glorious names in bridal gifts . . . famous brands like Towle and Lenox that are the prime choice of brides everywhere. So drop in and discover, from our Bridal Registry, what your favorite bride would like most for a wedding gift! 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Demonstrations were given by Susan Lovstad, Audrey Lappe, Shirley Schwietert and Evelyn Cherland and Judy Abbas presented talks. tF IT'S NEWS - WE WANT 17 Lone Rock 6*0 Victor, Seneca Seneca — Seneca opened its spring baseball season last Monday with a game with Lone Rock played on the local, diamond. Lone Rock shut out the Indians 6-0. Battery for Seneca Was Looft and Nielsert pitching witli Kauffman behind the plate. The Indians gave up 6 hits oti -which Lone Rock seared 6 runs. They also had 4 walks and 7 men were struck out. Battery for Lone Rock was Bierle and Geitzenauer. They gave up 2 hits, walked 1 man and struck out 15 batsmen. The Seneca Indians played their first away from home game j Wednesday afternoon at Dolliver' and defeated Dolliver 3-2. The Indians seared 3 runs on 7 hits and 10 batsmen were struck out. Dolliver collected two runs on two hits and nine men were struck out. Battery for Seneca was Looft and Kauffman. Jake Thilges Is A 221 Bowler Jake Thilges tossed a 221 line to head the list of top scorers at Larry's Lanes during the week. Others over 200 were Soup Briggs 202, Cliff Teeter 210, A. E. Eischeid 202, Art Jensen 208, Kent Hoover 206 and F. Froehlich 200. The KCs and Zender's remained in the lead in the Monday and Tuesday leagues, respectively. 13 Baseballers, Swea City High Swea City — Coach Clifford Van Berkum announces 13 candidates are 'out for spring baseball, including returning lettermen Vincent Pavik, Bob Schueler, Fred Schwartz, Carl Johnson. Tom Sanftner and Garry Johnson. The following games are scheduled: April 16—Ledyard, here 17—Lakota, here 23—Armstrong, here 29—Sectional 6 —District 14—Ledyard, there 17—Seneca, here April April April May May May The vehicle commonly called 'Tank" was first used in battle by the British army on September 15, 1916, during World War I. 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Miss Mary Sawyer, sponsor of the c'.Vapter, chaperoned the girls. 4 Bulldogs Get Relay Honors Algona's Bulldogs wound up in a tie for fifth place in class B at the Eagle Relays at Eagle Grove Tuesday, April 16. Clear Lake took the A title, Eagl« Grove the B crown and Lake City the class C championship..,.,, ,. Four men placed in events for the Bulldogs. Darrel Davis grabbed second in'the shot put, Jerry Rupp second in the broad jump, Garry Davis third in the 100 yd. dash and Dieter Gruner third in the low hurdles. Six new records were set and one old record tied in the 14 events featured in the B division of the meet. There were six teams entered in each division, Algona and Belmond wound up last in class B. The youngest son of a family is commonly called "the Benjamin." ' ; : '«ii Sparkling GLOSS and velvety SEMI-GLQSS .T. for FURNITURE, WALLS, WOODWORK BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. South Phillips St. Algona Bancroft, Bode Among Hosts To High Nines Pairings for spring high school sectional baseball tournaments were announced during the weekend by the Iowa High School Athletic Association. First round games will be played Monday, April 29, followed .by games Wednesday and final round action Friday. ; Sites for seven of the sectionals are in this area. They are Bancroft, Bode, Corwith, Graettinger, Kanawha, Rodman and Thompson. All games at Bancroft and Graettinger will be under the lights, while afternoon activity will be featured at all other sites. Here's the line-up of games: Al Bancroft* Monday, 6:30 p.m. — Seneca vs. Grant; Monday, 8 p.m. -— Swea City vs. Bancroft St. John's; Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. — Lone Rock vs. Burt; Wednesday, 8 p.m. — Swea City-St. John's win- er vs. Seneca-Grant winner: Friday, 7:30 p.m. — finals. Al Bode Monday, 3 p.m. West Bend vs. Gilmore City; Wednesday, 2 p.m. — Bode Twin Rivers vs. West Bend-Gilmore winner; Wednesday, 3:30 p.m. — Humboldt vs. Bradgate; Friday, 3 p.m.—Finals. At Corwith Monday, 3 p.m. — Wesley vs. Corwith; Wednesday, 2 n.m. — Algona vs. Wesley-Corwith winner; Wednesday, 3:30 p.m. — Lu* Verne vs Algona St. Cecelia; Friday, 3 p.m. — Finals. •• At Graeitinger Monday, 6:30 p.m. — Ringsted vs. Graettinger; Wednesday, 6:30 p.m. — Gruver vs. Dolliver; Wednesday, 8 p.m. — Armstrong vs. Ringsted - Graettinger winner: Friday, 7:30 p.m. — Finals. At Kanawha Monday, 3 p.m. — Boone Valley vs. Kanawha; Wednesday, 2 p.m. — Belmond vs. Boone Valley Kanawha wi n rier; Wednesday,' 3:30 p.m, — Meservey vs,^Britt; Friday, 3 p.m.;-^ F^alsfr,^ •' At Rodman Monday, 3 p 4 m. — Wbittemore Presentation vs^ Rtfdrnan; Wednesday, 2 p.m. — Cylinder vs. Presentation - Rodman winner; Wednesday, 3:30 p.m. — Whittemore vs. Fenton; Friday, 3 p.m.— Finals. At Thompson \ Monday, 2 p.m: — Woden vs. Lakota; Monday, 3:30 p.m.— Titonka vs. Rake; Wednesday, 2 p.m. — Thompson vs. Ledyard; Wednesday,* 3:30 p.m. — Woden- Lakota winner vs. Titonka-Rake winner; Friday, 3 p.m. — Finals. Strength of teams in this section of the state js pretty well unknown, with short schedules furnishing a problem in many schools. For some, sectional action will be the first real test of the year. ' 14 Better 200, Hawkeye Lanes Hank Geilenfeld and Cliff Benschoter shared kegling honors at Hawkeye Lanes last week. Geilenfeld tossed a 229 line, while Benschoter has lines of 215 and 201 included in his 601 series total. Other men* over 200 included Chuck Mullin 207, Paul Engen 201, Red Stecker 218, 204, Chuck Davis 201, Don Miller 203, Jake Thilges 202, Art Ashton 210, 206, Harley Hutchinson 214, 203, Eldon Meyer 200, Wilford Rood 226, Lou Olson 201 and Jerry Ferris 204. 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