Legion Nine Bops Garner 11-3 Sunday Algeria's Junior Legion base°*" I 63 " 1 - which was kicked around plenty last year arid the first few games this season, came to life with a bang Sunday and walloped a previously unbeaten Utm ' ™' at thc '•"•The win was the second » a #«f j° r Coacfl Jim Geelan's outfit and gave the team a 2-2 record m the area Legion league. The verdict was stitched early «K I l al f' A Rin S le run in the home half of the first inning was followed by four runs in the second, and three each in the fourth and fifth frames before Garner came to life for two in the sixth and one in the seventh. O'Brien went all the way to take the win, allowing only throe hits to the usually hard-hittinn Garner crew. He whiffed only four, while Kingsbury, the loser, and Chandler struck out 11 Al- gotta batters. Algona racked up a total of 11 hits, all off Kingsbury. Top stickers for Algona were Zimmerman, 3 for 3 and a double Froehlich and O'Brien, 2 for 3. Meyer also banged a double for the winners. Smith was the winning hurler as Algona topped Pocahonlas 11-10, June 12. Each club got nine hits during the contest. Lively Rockets Met The Lone Rock Lively Rocket? held their June rneeling at the home of Dawn Schultz. It was decided to hold an all day work shop, June 21, at the home of Nancy Fischer, with a picnic dinner at noon. After the meeting, talks were given by Linda Ramus and Jo Ann McCleish. Mrs D. Fischer was guest mother. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Twe Algerians Study Geology In Colorado In order to gain field experience not possible in the class- mom or laboratory, 35 students including Steve 'Kenefick and Tom Montgomery of Algona from Iowa State College, Simpson College and Yale University will attend Iowa State's summer geology camps, to be held in Colorado and Wyoming this year. Both camps will run from June 18 to Aug. 13 and offer 12 hours of college credit. The camp is designed to fit into a geology major's schedule at the end of his c ophomore year, when he has had basic courses in geology. Kenefick is the son of Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick, Montgomery s the son of Mr and Mrs H. S. Montgomery. PHONES Traer residents are now getting used to dial telephone service. The change-over was completed recently. 69 Cor, Truck Soles, 3 Weeks New car and truck sales have zoomed during the past three weeks, with no less than 69 registered during that period at the office of the county treasurer. Owners and make of vehicle are: Chevrolet — George valentine, Burt; J. A. Angle, Swea City; Edward Goche, Bancroft; Melvin Ostwald, Whitlemore; Rosella Larson, Algona; William Kuhn, Algona; M. C. or Mary Kramer, Bancroft; D. F. Dornbier, Wesley: R. L. Howieson, Algona; Joseph McDonald, Ledyard: Henry or Elsie Lentz, Elmore; Dillard Bishop, Swea City; O. R. Patterson, Bancroft; Gustav Bierstedt, Fenton; G. M. Meyer, Bancroft; J. W. Smith, Fenton; E. J. Foertch. Burt; Emma Kucck, Lone Rock: R. P. Buffington, Burt; J. W. Goe\?.. Wesley; ahd Clifford Beadle, Swea City. CMC — J. R. Schutjer, Titonka; Bradley Bros., pickup, Algona. — Tri-Cn. Dry. Assn., „ fmoro; H. H. Ristau, Lu- Verne; L .J. Risius, Buffalo Center; Raymond Hertzke, Lakota; Dave Evefds, Algona. Fritz Frey- nolt?, pickup, Fenton; W P French, Algona: Janette or Harry Mussman, Lakota; James Hilbcrt LuVernp; R. M. Schoby, Algona; John Schneider, Jr., Swea City- Mrs Helen K. Ernst, Algona; M! C. Paulson. Lakota; A. A. Water- ht-vjse, pickup, Ledyard; Donald Mino. pickup, Swea City; A .F. or Jessie Schweppe, pickup, Algona; A. W. Schadendorf. Lone- Rock; W. L. Monson. Sexton- F H. Sleeker, Titonka; and R. O Clegg, Algona. Mercury — Leonard Madden Armstrong; W. J. Wood. Algona; W. J. Hood, Algona. Dodge—S. L,. or Mary Powers. Elmore; Alfred Farland, Armstrong . Plymouth — Diamond's, Algona; Gilbert Hargreaves. Lu- Verne; Hans Duer, Ringsted; J E. Makeever, Algona; Pecli Motors, Swea City; Harold or Bertha Sundet, Algona; Wilfred Schmoling. Whittemore. Studebaker — Barney Hesvick, Swe;j Citv. Thursday, June 20, 1957 Algeria (la.) Upper De* Mo!n«-9 Ponhac — o. E. Bode; C. K. Johnson, Lakuf,-,- William Quinn. Banrroff- ine-/ K' Wilcox. Al-onci: Thees Srima- kenberg. LuVerne: Ernie Williams. Alg')n;i. Olds — M, J. Bay, Algona; M. T. McGuire & Co.. Algonn; E. H Krnmersmcior, Ledyard; John Droessler. Bancroft. Rambler — M. B. Frohling, Ottosen. Cadillac — Ernie Williams, Algona. Buick — J. J. Theesfield, Fenton. J RETIRES At Imvood, M.-'Ienc and Helena Jacobson, sisters, have retired after 36 years in their respective positions. Malene has been a teacher there, Helena, has been employed in Inwood banks. Both were graduated in the 1910 Inwood high school class. Andrew Johnson, 17th president of the United States, born in North Carolina, was a tailor before entering politics. Pavik, Swea Grad, Goes To Okinawa Second Lieutenant Junior Pavik of Swea City, who was graduated recently from the U.S. Air Force pilot school at Reese A.F.B., Lubbock, Tcjf., has been assigned to Okinawa. Mrs Pavik will join him there in the fall. Pavik is the son of Mr and Mrs A. C Pavik. Pavik was a star athlete in high school at Swea City. Greenwood Girls Met A special all day work meeting was held by the Greenwood Girls at the home of Mary and Kathy Kollasch. Plans for tin- booth at the fair were discussed. Rachel Menke and Gwen Baker were selected to be the senior demonstration team. At noon all enjoyed a pot luck' lunch. SAY McKWLEY THURS.. JUNE And The Wotld Famous GLEfW MILLER OftCH, FRL, JtlHE 21 M LEO GRECO's PIONEERS SAT,, JUNE 21 JULES HERMAN fe ORCH. MOM., jWt£ 24ih Appreciation Dance Two Bands Malek's vs. Dude Continuous Dancing "On The House Patty " Penny Beer All Evening FREE Popcorn, Ice, Pap, Hot Dogs, Cheeking Adm. 1.11 plus tax, tot. 1.23 THURS., JUKE 25th Teens Dance HANK SCHOOLEY & Orch. Come Out and meet Dick ette in person — Hear him 1010 on your radio dial. 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