The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 15
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KOSSUTH COUNTY Two Sets Brothers All Track Meet Points Brothers Jim and Jerry Cowan gave Algona practically all of its points in the district track meet at Eagle Grove Friday, and each won a chance to compete in the state meet at Ames tomorrow. Friday, May 17. The Cowans 'tied for first place in the high jump event with flights of 5'4M>" as Algona finished fifth in the six-team class A division of the district. Eagle Grove took the team title with 87 points, then came Humboldt 83%, Jefferson 62 2/3, Clarion 48 1/3, Algona 15, and St. Edmond's of Fort Dodge 12. Only two members of the Algona squad besides the Cowans finished fifth or better in any event, and they were anothefc- pair of brothers, Darrel and Garry Davis. Darrel wound up fourth in the shot put, while Garry took fifth in the 100 yard dash. There's a possibility Darrel may get to make the trip to the state meet as ' his discus toss, while not good enough for first or second place, may have been better than throws in other district meets around the state. The high school athletic association will make the ruling which may or may not send Darrel to Ames Friday. A conflict with the scheduled junior-senior banquet and all- night party, alsd held Friday, made it impossible for many of the track members to compete in the district. It is doubtful if the locals could have overtaken 4th place Clarion even if the entire team had made the trip. Seneca Wins Two, Loses One Seneca — The Seneca Indian, played two baseball games wit Armstong Monday and Tuesda evening, defeating A r m st r o n' 27-5 at the home game but bow ing to Armstrong 7-9 on tn diamond. The battery for Armstrong Was Larson Duitsman and Rasmusseri with Hirt catching. David Looft was the winning pitcher in the home game with Gail Kauffma. behind the plate. , The battery for the Indians P the Armstrong ball park was Roger Nielsen and Kauffman. The Indians shut out the Fenton baseball team 4-0 Thursday afternoon at Fenton. The Seneca battery was Looft and Kauffman. Potratz was on the mound for Fenton with Munch behind the plate. Call For Women Softball Players The opening practice for Algona girls and women interested in softball will be held tonight, Thursday, May 16, at 6:30 p.m. at the Athletic Park on east State st. A men's Softball meeting is slated lor next Tuesday, May 41, at 8 p.m. at the city hall. All persons interested should attend. My company offers a// 3! ; ff you fiav'e'aranHly, 8$?f a home, or drive a car ... you want the best protection money wjll buy. You can always rely on State Farm insurance for all three ... at reasonable rates. Before you invest in further protection for your family, your home or your car ... let me tell you about State Farm's budget-planned insurance. , If pay* to know your STATE FARM Agont HAROLD C. SUNDET 300 East Elm Algona, Iowa f,, 'PHONE CY 4-2341 iti/7. . ... ., .. .nr Kossuth Ball Loop To Open Play Sunday Kossuth County League baseball tearhs Will swing into action for the first time this Sunday with four games on tap in this afea. Fort Dodge, one of the new entries in the loop, will tangle with Bancroft at Bancroft: Humboldt will travel to Whittemore; Lone Rock will visit the Algona KCs in the park east o town; and Emmetsburg will b: hosted by Estherville, anothe; newcomer. Strength of the teams in the league is unknown. In fact. rosters at present are far from set. Return of some college students in a few weeks wili bolster several of the clubs. Each team will play a 14-gamt schedule during the season, witl. games set for each Sunday frorr now until Aug. 18. Games be gin at 2:30 p.m. and the 14-gamt slate includes seven home games and seven away. 10 Errors As Swea Wins, 9-8 Swea City — Swea City edged Grant Township 9-8 here Wednesday afternoon in a wild game marred by ten errors, nin« of them by Grant. "Woody" Wood of Grant pitched all of the seven inning game, striking out twelve, and yielding three walks and five hits. Vince Pavik worked the first three innings for Swea City. He was then relieved by Gary Johnson, who was credited with the win. Grant had fifteen stranded runners, and Swea City, six. The local team trailed 7-8 going into their half of the 7th when Wood uncorked two wild pitches, each of which resulted in a run and the ball game. Gary Johnson and Pavik blasted round- trippers for Swea, and Tokheim homered for the losers. Ex-Alaenon On Bowling T-V An ex-Algonan, Howard Libby, who was in charge of the local U.S. Employment Service office here several years ago, is making quite a name for himself as a bowler in the Twin Cities. Many residents of this area watched him'and his partner win for the third consecutive week on the mixed doubles Sweepstakes Bowling show, which is televised Saturday nights by WCCO-TV. Each won $100 and the right to appear on the show May 25 at 10:30 p.m. Howard, who was a bowler and Algona country club golf champion when he lived here, hsti the top line of the entire series, a 218 count on his final line. A woman must average 160 and a man "185 in order to compete on the Sweepstakes show. Hdhsen, Lcting Win In Doubles Antone Hansen and Jackie Laing teamed up to take the mixed doubles handicap championship last weekend at Larry's LanesT • < •• • •'v^w*-•" Four teams, including the new champs, finished in the .money. Other top pairs included Kay and Harold Voigt 1077, Orie and Betty Peterson 1067, and Arlene Knoll and Don Winkel 1063. TELEPHONE LIST FINDERS — Be prepared for complete new phone listings when the dial switch takes place in Algona, These handy'phone number finders will save you time. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. 9tf THE IDEAL GRADUATION GIFT Portable Typewriters \ r ALL MAKES Smith-Corona Remington Royal ft Underwood MANY IN THE NEW POPULAR COLORS $74.50 and Up 1-USED REMINGTON PORTABLE THOROUGHLY RECONDITIONED $38,50 Time Payment Plans Are Available-As Low As $1.25 Per Week We Invite You To See and Use Them Upper Des Moines Pub. Office Supply Dept. Co. Woman Burned By Hot Lard At Whittemore Whittemore — Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith had the misfortune to receive second and third degree burns Sunday morning when she was preparing a roast for Sunday dinner. She was trying 'to turn the meat when it slipped from the fork into the hot lard which splashed over her entire face and neck. She was taken to the doctor who treated her for the burns. Mrs Harold Walker and son Maurice, and daughters, Barbara and Shirley, of Delevan, Minn., were Tuesday callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker, of here, and Mr and Mrs Bessie Walker and Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustrom, in Algona. Maurice is home on a leave from the service in the Navy. Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl were entertained at cards Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Mathilda Meyer. Mrs James Kuecker and children of Sioux City, visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker, Saturday. All were Saturday dinner guests at the home of Jerri-McKean in Algona. Joy Marie, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmerman, was baptized in morning services in St. Paul's Lutheran church by the Rev. P. G. Weinhold. Her sponsors were Mrs Harold Colwell, and Harlan Leinenger. Mrs Louis Braatz entertained a group of women at her home Friday night, in honor of Miss, Agnes Schipporeit, and • Mrs Paul G. Weinhold, who had a birthday Saturday. Miss Schipporeit will return to her home at Ainsworth, Nebr., Thursday, May 23. The picnic for the St. Paul's Christian Day school and Sunday school pupils will be held Sunday, May 19. Mr and Mrs Robert Gengler, Mr and Mrs Clete Mueller, Mr and Mrs Lester Fuchsen, Russell Harris, . Joseph Schilz, Robert Braatz. Ralph Gengler, and Robert Fleming, attended the district meeting of the American Legion held in Garner, last week Tuesday. Robert Gengelr was elected Commander of the Eighth District Legion. The Whittemore Woman's club met at the home of Mrs Leo Walters Friday evening. Following the regular routine of the busi- ness meeting Mrs Lewis fclbert of Pocahontas, showed slides of her European trip. Relatives and friends of Mr arid Mrs Archie Voigt gathered at their home last week Monday night to celebrate the birthday of Mr Voigt. Mrs William Kelly, who was a Patient in the hospital in -Fort Dodge, returned home last week Tuesday, greatly improved.' LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bi Mr and Mrs Clyde Dudley and Susie visited Friday to Sunday at Lake City. Mr and Mrs Karl SchlpuU, Harold and Eleanora were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Herbert Kirchhoff near Humboldt. The last meeting of the year of the J. J. Club Was held Friday in the home of Mrs Theodore Johnson. Mother's Day guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph T. Davidson were Mr and Mrs Vernon Eggleston and Jeannie of near Irvington and Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson o1 Sexton. Their son Vernon Davidson of Memphis, Tenn. called by telephone. Mrs Eldon Marty and Jo Ann of Waltham, Minn, came Sunday for a week in the. parental, Edwin Marty and C. O. McClellan homes . Mr and Mrs Jack Roos, Jan and Lynn spent the Mother's Day weekend in Hospers. Mr and Mrs Donald Porter and daughter of Fort Dodge were Sunday visitors in the parental home of Mr and Mrs Bonnie Ellifritz, Gary and Danny. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler and Cheryl had as Sunday guests their daughter, Mr and Mrs Morris Espeland and children of Fort Dodge. ' Mother's Day callers in the Mrs Marie Stoddard home were hei daughters, Mr arid Mrs Robert Wilson and children of Rutland Mr anti Mrs Jaspar Vaughn and girls of Corwith and their daughter, Mr and Mrs Donald Barkley and Jackie of Ofutt Air Base. Mr and Mrs Allen Blake and children spent Sunday in Green Mountain. Mr and Mrs Gordon Foth and children were Mother's Day guests in the home of Mr and Mrs George Foth in Livermore/ Mother's Day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Murray were her mother, Mrs Clara Wolf, sisters, Mr and Mrs Leslie! 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Mrs Clara Baumgartner returned Sunday from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where she underwent surgery Monday, May 6. Mr and Mrs Alfred Kohlhaas visited her brother Loren Arndorfer, a medical patient in Algona, St. Ann hospital. Guests Sunday in the Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk home were he* parents, Mr and Mrs Claire Jones, Mrs D. S. Jones and Mrs P. J. Toft of Royal, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Chamberlain of Webb. Mrs Robert Meyer and children of Rochester are visiting in the home of her sister*in*law, Mrs Lyle Penton and family. A son was born April 23 to Mr and Mrs Meyer in the Olmstad Community hospital at Rochester. Mother's Day visitors with their mother, Mrs Anna Goetsch were Mr and Mrs Henry Goetsch of Waterloo, Mr and Mrs George Kraft of Kanawha, Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, Algona, Mf «fld Mrs Andrew Nielsen of Ventura Mr and Mrs William Goetsch ; did you say FRIDAY? Yes-FRIDAY! 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