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A BRIEFS — Winneshiek pital Deficit. ION—Total of 1,304 pa- (imitted to Palmer Metal during 1960, the an- for that year reveals. 563 out-patients were he hospital, making a Unionland persons y the hospital. The rated at a deficit In illy to a low occupan- numbor of months and creased payroll as em- e added in several de- the interest of better efficiency and.working Salaries were also in- ycar over 1959. tirsimr Home. RRY POINT —Straw- has been chosen as a for a large . Nursing erected by operators of rcsently located in two 1 Iowa towns. Details tion of the home how- to be worked out and c working out of the expected that a public ! be held. jtes At Loss. Sumner Community osoltnl operated at a j.639.29 during I960, ache annual financial re ed by Board of Trus n, Mrs. A. F. Miller, at ity Club banquet Mon- A lower rate of oc- ring the past year is pparent direct cause. , one rate of occupancy 1 time low of 62.41 per g Ordinance. -Waukon city coun an ordinance providing zoning commission and its powers and duties, r meeting at city hall ning. The commission rtain regulative powers building and zoning in Official Newspaper for Allamakee County and the Town of Postville POSTVILLE HERALD Honor Roll Students For 3rd Nine Weeks Groups Divided Into "A" And "B" Category; Start Final 9 Weeks The Allamakee County Chapter of the American Legion will sponsor a county-wide all veterans Civil War Centennial commemoration program at Lansing on Memorial Day, Tuesday, May 30, at 2:00 p. m, V e t u r a n s organizations from 'Harpers Ferry. Lansing, Postville Honor roll students for the junior, and ' participate. A and senior, high school was an-1 , in memory o{ Lt John nounced this week tor the: third DuUon Cole wi „ be dedicated by nine weeks period. Listed . first Blanche a Berringer of Dubuque', are "B honor roll in five subjee s, R kc ,. [m . th( , da wj „ be Frank then B honor roll in four sub-U, T; ,„ Sadler At ISTC Us —Rose Ann Sadler, ucation student at the Teachers College, re achievement awards qualification and pro rvice at an annual Busi tion Recognition Dinner r marks the first time ars that one person has oth senior achievement ; were the Outstanding ducation Senior Award lead Award from the siness Education As A LIVE NEWSPAPER IN A LIVE TOWN Sixty-Ninth Year. POSTVILLE, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1961. Number 22. County Plans On Centennial Of The Civil War jects, "A" honor roll in five subjects, Miles, of Dos Moines. and "A" honor roll in four subjects.) ' Thc ' P r °fram will consist of a Following are the honor roll. P aracie . and marching of mass col­ liding senior for 1961 ,vill be engraved on hangs permanently in s education office at the s recipient of the UBEA will receive a member- association and a leather issues of the UBEA publication. is active in student social and depart- ivities. She is a past resident of Phi Beta liege chapter of the Fu- Leaders of America, s to teach in the Iowa ols following her grad- Although her plans ite, she intends to con education with graduate me time in the future. listees by grades Senior Class. B roll (5)—Neil Adam, Gail Kozelka, J. D. Thoreson and John Wittenberger. B roll, (4) — Martha Bronson, Richard Falb, Carol Flack, Mary Frese, Nancy Helgerson. Linda Kirkestue, Ann Paulsen, Kathleen Pixler, Katherinc Schmidt, Jan Schroeder, Sharon Schultz. David Smith, Marilyn Steele and Allyn Wirkler. A roll (4)—Karen Lawson and Valerie Luhman. Junior Class. B roll (51—Richard Thoreson. B roll (41 — Pamela Albright. Richard Berns, Jean Helium. Joyce Kneeskcrn, Ruth Kneel. Marilyn Kurth', Judy Masonhall, Mark Miene, Allan Nyberg. Barbara Schultz, Lavon Schutte. Mary Sher- bonda, Mary Stec and Jean Van Wey. Sophomore Class. B roll (51 — Dale Green. Larry Snitker and Mark Zieman. A roll (51—Jennifer Overland. B roll (41—Charlehe Adam. Ruth Bollman. Dianne Brainard, Evelyn Friederich, Janeen Lawson. Judy Livingood, David Luebka and Cletus Wander. A roll (41—LuAnn Koenig. Freshmen. B roll—Lyle Bachelder. Donald Benjegerdes. Rex Carlson. Ronald Miller, Dianne Ponsar, R e n e e Schmidt. Stanley Waters and Janice Wittenberger. A roll—Kenneth Schroeder. Elfjhth Grade. B roll—Ann Christofforson. Dennis Friederich. Betty Kirkestue, Cora Koopnian. Solveig Larson, Christine Miene. David Mohs. Connie Olson, Allen Schneider and Sue Schroeder. Seventh Grade. B roil — Mark Bronson, Billy Burling, Susan Halverson. Kathryn Handke. Linda Hangartner. Dianne Kneeskern, Sandra Kruger, Mary Beth Meyer. Richard Schultz, Nancy Steva and Terry Stumme. ors, color guards and troops, bands, drum and bugle corps, gold star mothers, veterans of World War I and World War II and Korean veterans. Three New Arrivals At Hospital Here gins Three new arrivals, two and a boy. were added to the com munity during the past week at the Community Memorial Hospital in Postville. Following is a list of the births: Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Olson Postville. Mar. 22, 8 lbs., 9 ozs. Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Ver Dean RndlofT. Luana. Mar. 24,6 lbs.. 2 ozs. Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hage- meicr. Postville, Mar. 26, 6 lbs., 13 07.S. Surgical Cases. Carl Kruse, Garv. Indiana, Mar. 23. Mrs. James Chase, Monona, Mar. 25. James Gunderson, Postville, Mar. 26. Mrs. Mathilda Feller. Elgin, Mar. 22 Medical Cases. Mrs. Amanda Kaiser, Monona, Mar 23. Mrs. Robert Meyer, Postville, Mar. 24. John Kittleson, Postville. Mar. 26. Mrs. Harlcy Cowcll. Postville, Mar. 27. Mrs. Helmuth Oelke, Farmcrs- burg. Mar. 27. Mis. Marv Bruns. Farmersburg. Mar. 28. Science Open House April 4 The Science department of Postville Community School is announcing a science open house to be held on Tuesday, April 4, from 7:00-9:00 p. m. in Room 39 of the high school building. An invitation to attend is, extended to all the people of the community. The exhibits will be primarily, the work of the chemistry students. The science open house is being conducted to serve a two-fold purpose. One purpose is to give the students an opportunity to gain experience in explaining their ideas and scientific achievements to others. Mainly, however, it is to let the community see the high caliber of work which the students have done. The exhibits will be projects which the students have completed during the year. While most of the projects are directly related to chemistry, a few students worked in other areas of science. Among the exhibits will be two which will be placed on exhibition at the North East Iowa Science Fair to be held at Iowa State Teach ers college on April 8. These are "The Structure and changes in Teeth" by Richard Falb and "Ef fects of Antiseptics on Bacteria' by Mary Lou Frese. While these two are the only exhibits going on to the Northeast Iowa Science Fair they are by no means the only outstanding ones. NEWS FROM . . . Those In THE SERVICE IBg New Address The new address of Roger Lawson is as follows: Roger D. Lawson, ADR 3, Co. NAS Barber's Point, Hawaii, P/P Maint. Navy No. 14, FPO San Francisco, California. ***** *1 New Address Dennis R. Kneeskern left March 14 after spending a 15 day furlough in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kneeskern and family. His new address is: Ret Dennis R. Kneeskern RA 16687467 Co. "B" 2nd B. G. 9th Inf., 1st Platoon, Fort Benning, Georgia. uls Holds mation 0:30 Worship service on ay, March 26, the follow- people were confirmed embership of St. Paul's •Lutheran Church, Post n Anderson, son of Mr. Burnell Anderson; Janet "aughter of Mr. and Mrs. nken; Duane Block, son i Mrs. Lawrence Block: I tel, daughter of Mr. and) Fichtel; Bryan Gunder-; Mr. and Mrs. James; Linda Hangartner, f Mr. and Mrs. Richard Marlin Harnack, son Mrs. Harlan Harnack; 'eins, daughter of Mr. Glenn Heins; Duane of Mr. and Mrs. Har- Karen Kohrs, daughter A Mrs. Delbert Kohrs; Eel, son of Mr. and Mrs. gel; Terry Lammert, son '1 Mrs. Clinton Lammert; son, son of Mr. and Mrs. on; David Miller, son of ts. Vernon Miller; Donna aughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'onroe; Shari Moorhead, of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Connie Olson, daughter Mrs. Milton Olson; "ler, son of Mr. and Mrs. ""; Karen Ruroden, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin lizabeth Schultz, daugh- •and Mrs. Robert Schultz, chultz, son of Mr. and an Schultz; Randolph son of Mr. and Mrs. Har- 'an; Janet.Storla, daugh- and Mrs. Clarence Storla; daughter of Mr. and Tyler; and Donna . ter of Mr. and Mrs. ahls, " iflrmation follows a two e of instruction, which G Q a comprehensive sur Bible and a study of ~Bs of the Church, in, e Ten Commandments, «' Creed, the Lord's 1 Sacrament of Baptism, acratnent of the Altar, commune as a class for "> on Thursday in Holy Lamborn To Join Scholastic Group Iowa City — Invitations to join freshman honor societies have been sent to 64 women and 38 men at The State University of Iowa who compiled outstanding scholastic records in their first semester or two semesters of work. The 64 coeds have been invited to join Alpha Lambda Delta and the 38 male students have been asked to join Phi Eta Sigma. Initiation ceremopies will precede a joint banquet of the two organizations in mid April. David Lamborn. son of Donald Lamborn, Jr., a liberal arts freshman, has been invited to join the Phi Eta Sigma scholastic honor society. Officers Elected By Cemetery Assn. The annual meeting of the Postville Cemetery Association was held last Saturday evening with Hubert Luhman re-elected as president for the year. Other officers elected were Harold Christofferson, vice president, and Marvin Chevalier, secretary-treasurer. The number of trustees of the association was increased from three to five. Trustees elected were: Leon Chamberlain, Fred J. Miller, Milo Meyer, Fred Hangartner and Arbie Rose. Ed Nelson was hired again as sexton of the cemetery. A discussion of general cemetery problems was held. FIREMEN CALLED TO SCHOOL HOUSE The Postville Volunteer Fire Department was called to the Postville high school building just before school time Friday morning. A blaze had broken out in the storage room of the building next to the furnace room. The blaze was brought under control rapidly and there was only minor damage. School started without interruption. Stores To Close 12 To 3 On Friday Announcement is made by the Retail Trade Committee of the Science Teacher Hired For P. H. S. John Cook of Des Moines has been engaged by the Postville Board of Education to teach physics and other science classes in the Postville high school during the 1961-62 school year. Mr. Cook will gitoduate from the University of Iowa next June with a major in chemistry and minors in physics and mathematics. He is a graduate of Roosevelt high school at Des Moines and attended Iowa Slate University for two years. He has made an outstanding scholastic record in college and was successful in his student teaching in the field of science in the University high school at Minneapolis. He is highly recommended by officials of the University of Minnesota. Mr. Cook is a single man. Baseball Season Opens At P. H. S. Although several inches of snow still lay on the ground the Postville Pirates baseball team started their spring practice Monday March 20. under the direction of head coach, James Foster. Prac tice so far, has been confined to indoors—pitchers and catchers have been working out, shortstops and second basemen have been practicing the double play. All infielders and outfielders have been throwing, bunting and fielding. With 19 players reporting for practice, the outlook for the 1961 season is bright. Inexperience in the pitching and catching departments may cause worry to the team for awhile. The squad consists of the following boys: Al Wirkler, J. D. Thoreson, Dick Falb, Dave Schierholz, Ron Trudo, Dave Schmelzer. Doug Kiesau, Luther Larson, Dick Thoreson. Richard Storla, Mark Miene, Tom McNally, Bruce Smith, Donald Smith, Larry Peck, Richard Schupbach. Wayne Corlett, Keith Meyer, Robert Berg. Baseball Schedule. March 30, Decorah, here: April 4. Decorah, there; April 6, Monona, there; April 10, Valley, there*; April 13, Waukon, here*; April 17. Valley, here*; April 20, Waukon, there*; April 24, (open); April 27, Sumner, there*; May 1, West Union, here*; May 4, Maynard, here*: May 6-9-10, Sectional tournaments: 1315-17, District tournaments; week of 15, Conference Play-off. (*—denotes conference games). Two Receive Top Speech Honors Marilyn Steele and Richard Berg received top honors in the Iowa State Speech contest held at Grinnell on Saturday, March 25. Berg received a I rating for his humorous reading "Sam's Letter". Miss Steele received a I rating in the field of extemporaneous speaking. She drew the topic "The Farm Problem" on which to prepare her speech. The Postville one-act play, "Antic Spring" received a I, II, II rating from the three different judges giving it a final rating of II. The members of the cast were Dick Falb, Marilyn Steele, Richard Berg, Valerie Luhman, Kaye Cook, and Jerry Trudo. Richard Berg received an outstanding actor award for his performance in the play. Judy Masonhall received a I, II, II rating giving her a final rating of II in the field of dramatic declamation. Hospital Project Undertaken By St. Paul's Women A new service project, under the direction of a special committee of the Christian Service committee of the United Lutheran Church Women of St. Paul's, will begin soon. The committee is composed of Ralinda Lammert, chairman and Melinda Casten and Mrs. Harley Radloff, Sr. A group of over 60 women have been organized to go to the Com munity Memorial Hospital Mon day through Friday each week, between the hours of 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock. Each woman will work one day a week for four weeks performing such tasks as may be assigned to them by the director of nurses. This service is 'being provided in the interest of making addition al help available at our hospital, in order to release the professional help for the more important tasks of patient care. They will be involved especially in providing personal assistance to the patients. At The Theatre R. E. A. Meeting Well Attended Here On Saturday 1OO0 On Hand For The Annual Gathering Here; Directors Are Elected A crowd estimated at 1,000 was 7 on hand for the annual Allamakee-' Clayton Electric Cooperative's annual meeting held Saturday afternoon in the Postville high school' auditorium. The meeting opened' at 12:30 p. m. and closed at 3:45. Weather for the gathering was perfect—lots of sunshine and spring­ like temperatures. During the meeting the report of the cooperative's activities for 1960 was given by the officers of the cooperative. A copy of the operating figures for 1960 was given, each member and this report was' explained. The report showed the cooperative had completed another successful year. The business of the day included the members voting on amending the by-laws in three instances and the articles of incorporation in Voting on all four is- one case. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, sues was favorable with majori March 30, 31 and April 1—"My Dog Buddy" starring London, dog star of "The Littlest Hobo" and introducing Travis Lemmond; also 30 minute comedy with Three Stooges. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and "Wednesday, April 2, 3, 4 and 5— Tony Curtis, Edmond O'Brien, Arthur O'Connell and Gary Merrill star in "The Great Imposter". Snow Leaves Fast, Floods In Iowa Miss Curtis To Teach Home Ec. Miss Mary Curtis of Cresco has been engaged as Postville high school home economics instructor for the 1961-1962 school year. Miss Curtis will graduate from Iowa State University this spring. Her practice teaching was done in vocational home economics at Iowa Falls where she did an outstanding job. She is highly recommended by officials at Iowa State University. ties ranging from 88 to 92 per cent. A total of 3,350 ballots, were cast. The main amendment proposed was changing the annual meeting of the co-op. from March to October of each year. This amendment passed by a 88.6 per cent majority. Beginning in the year 1962, the annual meeting of the cooperative will be held in October, the exact date to be set by the board. Other business of the day included the election of three directors for three year terms. The directors elected were: Oliver Mueller, Garnavillo, Clayton county; Joe- The heavy snow cover in north east Iowa melted rapidly Friday, j M. Dinan, Elgin, Fayette county Saturday and Sunday and streams 1 — T TTntim in the area rose to flood stages. Adding to the problem were heavy rains on Monday. The Turkey River at Clermont was out of its banks and the Upper Iowa at Decorah was causing extensive damage. Temperatures on Saturday and Sunday rose to the mid-fifties and the snow melted rapidly. The ground, already saturated with moisture, allowed most of the melting snow to run off. Rain Monday added even more moisture to the river runoff. In Postville, .96 of an inch of rain was recorded. Temperatures dropped to the freezing level Monday night and Tuesday was cold and gloomy. Falbs Holding Used Car Trade Up Week Youth Service Is Kiwanis Subject i Service to Youth, a motion pic- Falb Motor Company of Post- j ture on the National Scout jam ville is holding a used car "Trade Up Week" starting today and continuing through Saturday, April 8. The sale listing appears elsewhere in this issue of the Postville Herald. Included in the sale are Chevrolets, wagons and convertibles, Cadillacs, pickups, demonstrators, and others. boree, will be shown at the next meeting of the Postville Kiwanis Club to be held Monday evening at the V and 'J dining room starting at 6:30 p. m. The Rev. Joseph Sullivan of Clermont will be the speaker at the next meeting of the Kiwanis Club to be held next Monday evening. He will present an Easter message. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. C. E. Witt, Pastor Rev. Justin Sllvius, Ass't. Pastor HOLY WEEK and EASTER A full schedule of services is planned for the Holy-Week and Easter season at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church. HOLY COMMUNION — Tuesday through Friday evenings at 7:30. The period of meditations will be devoted to a discussion in the form of a dialogue on the meaning and purpose, and the practice of Communion. These discussions will be conducted by the Pastors. Wednesday afternoon at 2:00. Friday noon from 12:00 to 12:40. for /tofy tveefi GOOD FRIDAY - Three Horn Service 12:40 to 3:00, with medi- Htions on the "Words of Christ rem he Cross" by guest speakers. ThTguest speakers will include the Slowing: The Rev. Clifton Weihe. SommerdaT Club that store*> are requested to close from 12.00 to 3.00 p. m. on Friday,, March__31, in OD •iprvance of Good Friday. S6 sZe closing is "JXte of allowing everyone to P"^ 1 ^ in the religious services in the churches on Friday. associate director of Evangelism for the United Lutheran Church In America; Mr. Francis Nelson, a junior student at Northwestern Lutheran Theological Seminary, Minneapolis; Mr. Charles Schroeder, a senior student at Northwestern Lutheran Theological Seminary, Minneapolis; the Rev. LeRoy Weihe, superintendent of the Nachiisa Lutheran Children's Home, Nachusa, Illinois; the Rev. Dennis Stutrud, pastor of the Elgin Lutheran Church; the Rev. Walter Martin, pastor of the Community Presbyterian Church, Post ville; and the Rev. Walter Pfeffer, pastor of Zion Lutheran Church, Castalia. The service is arranged so that persons may come when they are able, and leave when they must. United Lutheran Church Women Week of Prayer — Each morning during Holy Week, Monday, through Friday, the United Lutheran Church Women of St. Paul's will conduct a brief prayer service in the Church, beginning at 9:30. EASTER DAY — Worship Servi ces — 6:00, 8:00 and 10:30. 9:15—Sunday Church School. 6:00 Service—Theme: "What Does It Matter — THAT CHRIST WON THE BATTLE?". S'enior and Youth Choirs will present special music. 8:00 and 10:30 Service—Theme: "What Does It Matter — THAT CHRIST LIVES TODAY?" The Junior Choir and Martin Luther Choir will sing at 8:00 and the Cherub Choir and the Children's Choir will sing at 10:30. At 9:15, the movie, "Last Journey To Jerusalem" will be shown to the Primary and Junior Depart' ments of the Sunday School. Jan Schroeder will sing, "Were You There?" by H. T. Burleigh. The following organ selections will be played by Mrs. Robert Burling: "O World, I Even Must Leave Thee" by Isaak Brahms; 'Come, Sweet Repose" by Bach; 'O Sacred Head Once Wounded" by Bach. ST. BRIDGET'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. F. J. Vallaster, Pastor Wednesday, March 29 — Confessions, 2:30 to 5:30 p. m. and 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. No Lenten services. The Westminster Fellowship will conduct an Easter Sunrise Service at 6:45 a. m. Easter Day. Easter morning worship service will be at 10:00 a. m. Rev. Walter T. Martin will preach on the theme, "Immortality." COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Walter T. Martin, Pastor The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be celebrated. Thursday, March 30, at 8:00 p. m. The Chancel choir under the direction of Mrs. Walter T. Martin will sing, "O Saviour of The World" by Goss. The four choirs will sing in the following order: Cherub, "Every Year at Easter Time;": Carol, "On An Easter Morning;" Youth, Alleluia;" Chancel, "Worthy Is The Lamb," "Since by Man Came Dearth," "Blessing and Honor Glory and Power,'' all from Handel's Messiah; "Alleluia" by Randall Thompson. Mrs. Larry L. Smith will sing, "I Know That My Re deemer Xiiveth" by Handel. Mrs. Robert Burling will play the following organ selections "OFilii et Filise" (O Sons and Daughters) by Jean Francois Dan drieu; "To Christ the Little Easter Lamb" by. Johann Gottfried Walther; "My Redeemer Liveth Yet' by Johann Cruger. and Harry L. Olesen, West Union, Fayette county. Holdover directors include: Horace Clark, Lansing; Joel Clark, Elkader; George ffex- om, Waukon; Gus L. Belschner, Hawkeye; Elmer H. Larson, Elgin; and Earl F. Miller, Luana. At a special organization board meeting held after the annual meeting, officers for the coming year were all re-elected as follows: Joel Clark, Elkader. president; Gus L. Belschner, Hawkeye, vice president; Harry L. Olesen, West Union, secretary-treasu rer. The Rev. J. Leslie Leonard was the speaker at the meeting. A program of barbershop quartet singing furnished the entertainment. Prizes Given. The following won the mail ballot prizes: George H. Waters, Waukon, coffee maker: Hubert Seago, Elgin, blender: Arvin Blumhagen. Castalia, food mixer; William Troendle, Sr., Lansing, deep fat fryer; Lawrence Glawe. Elkader, electric fry pan; George Rentscheler, St. Olaf, bench grinder; Mrs. Leo Buckendahl, Sumner, record player; Haward Lane, Colesburg, knife sharpener; W. S. Pugh, Strawberry Point, electric blanket; Orvel Oyloe, West Union, dehumidifier; Herbert J. Larkin. Waukon, electric fry pan; Mueiler Bros., Monona, pig warmer; Mrs. Oscar Hoeger, Clayton, automatic washer; Paul Shafer. Postville, waffle- maker and grille; Mrs. Mabel Tapken. Anamosa, foot massager; A. F. Funk. Elkader, electric fry pan; Joseph T. Fahey. Waukon, portable TV; Harold Dryer, Edgewood, griddle: Donalt Bolton, Hawkeye, oscillating fan; Levern A. Schmidt, Elkader, dishwasher; Clay Keefer, Fayette, electric saw; Tracy Weber, Guttenberg, electric roaster: Floyd Henniges, Maynard. clothes dryer; Mrs. Theodore Christenson, Waterville, electric range. The following won the attendance prizes: Nick Kuennen, West Union, room heater: Mrs. Mervin (Continued on Page 12) Holy Thursday, March 30 — Con- j fessions, 2:30 to 3:30 p. m. Highj Mass at 8:00 p. m. Communion. Transfer of Blessed Sacrament to Side Altar devotion. Fast of three hours for communicants. Good Friday, March 31—Tre Ore to 2:15 p. m. Unveiling of the Cross and Veneration. Mass of the presanctified; way of the cross; communion; Holy Land collection. Holy Saturday, April 1—Confessions, 2:00 to 3:30 p. m. Easter services—Blessing of the new fire, Easter Candle, Holy Water, Baptismal Water. High Mass, communion. Services begin at 8:00. Easter Sunday, April 2—High Mass, benediction, 7:00 a. m. Low- Mass, 9:30. Easter donation for parish needs. Winners In Bowling Tourney The Big-Four Bowling association city tournament was completed last week with the Monona E. U. B. Church winning the team title, Don Heins the singles title, Harley Radloff, Jr. and Harold Peck the doubles title, and Eugene Doerring the all event champion. This was a handicap tournament, handicaps determined from league play. Monona E. U. B. won the team championship with a score of 2878. They were followed by: Hy-Line— 2831; Luana Cooperative—2785; Ossian—2770; Olson Diamonds—2770; and Postville State Bank—2726. Don Heins won the singles event with a score of 689. Others placing were: George Wolter — 618; Wilbur Cahoon—616; Keith Brainard—615; and Harley Thompson— 608. Harley Radloff, Jr. and Harold Peck won the doubles championship with a score of 1261. Others placing were: Carlton Martins and Keith Brainard—1231; Melvin Radloff and Eugene Doerring—1228; Al Fenske and Don Heins—1218; Rev. R. C. Schlueter and Dan Schweikert—1206. Eugene Doerring won the all events with a score of 1883. Others placing were: Carlton Martins— 1826; Al Topel—1822; George Wolter—-1818; and Don Heins-^1818.

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