The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1957 · Page 21
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^^••••••••••i^*!^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ S KOSSUfH COUNTY PORTS OXU, * . --^..-^^.^ J .,. J± -. i . ,.,„, . • r ~^ {v ,,, _ ^ ....•..+....,..„..:,.;.,... ._ ,. . Algona 9, Lone Rock 1, In Only Sunday Loop Game Algeria's KCs downed Lone Rock, 9*1, in the lone game played in the Kossuth County Baseball League Sunday. It was a muddy fray, and playing conditions forced postponement of games slated between Fort Dodge and Bancroft; Humboldt and Whittemore; and Emmetsburg and Estherville. The games will be made up at a later date. Four games are on tap this Sunday, May 26, and include: Bancroft at Lone Rock Algona at Fort bodge Whittemore at Emmetsburg Estherville at Mumboldt Al Grill and Cecil Schilmoel- ler combined to hurl a one-hitter for the KCs against Lone Rock. Grill got the win as he fired seven frames. Lone Rock counted its lone tally in the top of the ninth inning. The Algona entry counted twice in the first frame and added to their lead as the game progressed, coming up with the biggest inning, good for three runs in the bottom of the sixth. Lone Rock committed six errors and the KCs three during the game. Joe Householder and Gary Biddings hurled for the losers, allowing eight blows. John Diekmann and Harold Amfahf got two hits apiece for the winners, who used 16 men during the contest. Merv Hentges and Vince Bernado each cracked a double for the winners. Tennis Team 3-0 Victor, May 8 Algona's tennis team closed its regular Season with a 3-0 victory over Spencer at Spencer May 8. Singles wins were turned in by Larry -Wicks and Paul Christoi- fets, while the doubles team Of Ted Finley and Larry "Hutzell also came through. The team finished with a duel meet record of four wins and one loss. Letterwiriners are Larry Wicks (Capt.), Ben Herbst, DaVe Kohl, Ken Bunkolske, Ted Finley, Larry Hutzell and Paul Christoffers. . LAW OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY ON SATURDAYS during June, July and August KOSSUTH COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION (21-22) Bulldogs Last In Conference Track Meet Algofia high school's track team Wound up in the oellar with a total of 18 points in the North Central Conference track meet at Eagle Grove Friday night. Threa meet records were shattered as Humboldt took the team crown. 'Humboldt set new stand ards in the one and two mile relay events, while Eagle Grove's medley relay team lowered the record in that event. Team Standings Humboldt 74 S/6 Eagle Grove 60 Hampton * 48 Webster City 33 1/3 Iowa Falls ' 32 ^ Clarion 27 1/3 Clear Lake 19 Algona 18 Keith Colwell gained a tie for second in the pole vault, while Algona's 440 relay team came in second to account for most of the local team's points. Add Therapist To Education Unit The Division of Special Education for Kossuth, Hanc6ck, and Winnebago counties recently announced the hiring of James Steffan as speech therapist for the coming school year. This will bring to three the number of therapists working in this area. Mr Steffan will graduate from low a State Teachers College in June and move to Garner the middle of August. Mr Steffan will serve all of the schools in Hancock County and oiie or" two in Kossuth. Miss Mary Hunter of forest City will continue to serve Winnebago County schools and one or two in Kossuth as speech therapist. Eric Allett who presently lives in Garnef *at»d has served :all of Hancock and half of Kossuth will move;to Algona W 'August and next tear will b$ ? worJdng as speech therapist in ofuj? Kossuth County. 1H Donald Pditter is Director of Special Education for this area. The Stars and Stripes has flown over West Point continuously since ' the academy was built. J Says Iowa Income lags Behind Level For U.S. According to Iowa Business Digest, monthly publication of the University of Iowa, "average personal income in Iowa is currently lagging about 20 percent BELOW the U.S. level." To add further distress to the present outlook, the gap is steadily widening between economic indexes of state and nation, based on six items which make Up the barometer that reflects changes in income. Only • cash farm income is now advancing at a faster rate in Iowa than in the nation and that's due to the fact Iowa's cash farm income is up eight percent over the same period a year ago. In the other five trade indexes, which include manufacturing payrolls, bank debits, department store sales, electric power production and value of construction contracts, Iowa is sagging behind badly. Manufacturing payrolls and bank debits have t shown, a very slight increase over a year ago, but large increase elsewhere in the U.S. have minimized Iowa's gains. Building contracts have dipped 15 percent, according to a comparison between the first quarters of 1956 and 1957, a fact that adds to the current downward trend of personal income. These facts from the Iowa Business Digest tend to prove more than ever that high wages and enormous amounts of construction work in some areas of the country give a somewhat falsely rosy look to the "over-all financial picture, especially when facts prove otherwise. Horace Greeley'may have been right—and unless cash equal- ization of some kind can be a reality all over the U.S., he may really stand as the greatest forecaster of all times. Thur»da y/ Moy «, tiff Algeria (la.) Uppar ttot Titonka Girl Is Award Winner Kay Truesdell, daughter of Supt. and Mrs W. P. Truesdell of Titonka, received a Pi Omega Pi award during the annual commerce awards dinner at Iowa University Thursday, May 16. Miss Truesdell was one of seven Iowa U. seniors honored at the dinner. Wilfred Loebig of Wesley, a junior commerce student, was named to the 1957-58 board of directors of the Collegiate Chamber of Commerce at the dinner, which was held in the Memorial Union. Algona Woman In Nat'l Bake-Off Mrs Jack Dutton, Sr., of Algona, has been named a Grand National Bake-Off Advisor by Pillsbury Mills, Inc. Mrs Dutton, who was a finalist in the contest several years ago, has information available for anyone wishing to enter the bake-off. Finals will be held, at Beverly Hills, Calif. Oct. 14-15 in the ninth annual contest. BIRTHDAY The • Mt. Zion Presbyterian church, near Brooks, observed its 100th anniversary on May 12. Drive care . . . everywhere! New C<i«yr9/e» *(o««w wogom hove Body by Fisher, ol courts. Afapve, lha Bel /(lr 4-dpv fcwwmM., They're eager-beaver beauties... these Chevrolet wagons! Talk about hard-working wagons! Chevrolet offers you the handsomest line«up qf all. Whether you hanker for a w$gon fqr do-it-yourself projects, to tote out' door gear, or as an all-round family ear—here are eager beavers to .see* There are two-door' and four4o<jr models, with six- or nine-passenger capacities, They convert in a flash to take up to half a ton of cargo. The tailgate opens first, so there are lots of. loads you can slip in without having to open the topgate. Being Chevrolets, they have the performance, too; up to245* Y§ horsepower that's frtsky, smooth and quiet. The one ypu chops* will be a joy to handle wj^hitjB steady way of going, its easier steering and alert response. See your wagon at your Chevrolet dealer's soon! e$ra cost. 27Q*k.tt- GET A WINNING DEAl. OH TBE CHAMPION! Only frjocWied Ctevrolet dealers display thl* (MUM tatamt Sm Your Local* Authorised Chewokt Dealer BUTTERMILK makes the difference! 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