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May 18, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 18, 1954
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I / t May tfi, #ossum cov/trY Dave Devine To Get <Jf ' Atgony hid bfei|h jiarteH tier of a $i50?Sph6Mi»ilp feVoWa: State College, from the 'Alumni Ass'n, , i ' • , i * , , , ' The • college'' todfejr announced the naAies bf 94 stutieftts >\frha Will receive trre scholarships' .when they WeMowa'State fbis th§ i time next September. Of. this* jftwMls Wo% a CoUege: funds aldepor'th^ " * ' "- wilriecelye ehti Fuhd SchWar Ip6 ma -. coiitrf lUira WA-" cuuiiiii*' \Jt. iillG ,C01-lc|£ti l *, ' The scholarships .are awarded on ,the basis of academic achieve^ iV'financial need, and record siBlfeifcy \fel\lStp s dff lluhirii'df 6f .BcHopl and comimmity active Ms*. •< <* lit T«xtts Project Fdftf fffiofc^f SSf^pfot Wayne' M. filbert, -sdn^flft&Vand Mrs K W. Eibert, vrattfeWore,. la., at Fort Hood,, Tex<, •> Primarily'rift armored exerdlsfe afdtind -fnV 1st '"Old Irdnsldes" Armored Divi s i o n, Spearhead will test the utilization of personnel and equipment in a modern armored division- under simulated combat conditions. Eibert. whose wife, Ilia Mae, lives In Killed, Tex., is* fa litter bearer In the division's 47th Armored Medical Battalifin. fife, en-? tered tlitt Armfr in M^rert 1&53. Mahogany trees .are traditionally cut by modnllght. been announced. ;Alg6na High school's two trrick aces, Joe. Fiipk, and jRon, Gejbepe ««,.,,, *. MMMV loth iaJnWlBfr1.M*.icilrlPtfey f^tfrfWlftB meet May 29 with their perforrfl Slt6 of fh( dnces at Cherokee in the distric last Friday. . Qerber gained his state berth by pole vaulting 9' 10" in his only attempt in the event. He suffered a badly sprained ankle Thursday afternoon, an'd when it was apparent his leap was good enough to take second, Coach Champ Marfin held him but of further competition. ? 'Funk grabbed two firsts, 'tak- irlg the broad jump with a 20' SV6" leap and the discus .with.a tHrow of ; 12# 3-". H8I best e$ fo'rt of the day got him second irt the high jump, He shattered the school* rec6rci With hfc : 5'9V4" jUmp, .but was one inch under the Winning effort. It was the fourth Algona record he has broken this year, and the old record was held by Bill Bryant who went 5' 9y 4 " i in, 1951. Funk finished fifth in i If sweet soft drinks (leave you thirsty^. *'• SWITCH TO NEVER AN .• '• DIX j • ' BOTTLINQ COi 'Eslhervllle, la. -You Just Cdrt't. Beat. Jhese WORK ' SHOE SPECIALS! X-TRA DURABLE Work Shof s 4.95 Nail-less Cork Sole Construction 7.95 Value Cushion In-Soles COW-HIDE UPPERS Only At Diamond's Can You Get This "Cadillac" of All Work Shoes 5.95 DIAMOND'S SURPLUS Lone Rock Hi Wins Baseball League He * "^ ' ^ • i ^ -\ \ . : j ' ' .* a £ : i ' i ' -; • • Lbhe Rock Hig^K's : basebal .earn cinched the championship of tJie K6ssuth-Ep\met Conference with a lop-sided 16-0 win over n rant last Monday. John Cotton left-handed a 3- litter and got four hits himself o pace the new champs to their ivin. He struck out 14, walked one and hit tyb 'batters in taking ne win. . • ' . • , ? ^Thq hvinhers tallied once 'each j} .the,fi)|st and-. second innings, came up \Vith> two in the third and two in the fourth to lead i : 0. A ten-run blast in the bot- 6m of the sixth put the . game away. . . , • < ' •: } " • .CJfant aided the Winners by orfimitting a total of ,12 errors uring ? the game. Zielske led he. Iqsers at the plate with a louble and single in three tries. Lone Rock got 13 hits \yith Ramus and .Cotton each contributing a triple to the cause. 2 . Lonfe Rock's conference rec- urd-is 12-1. ; && LuVerne 10-4 Winner Over Wesley Nine Lu Verne's young baseball team took advantage of Wesley miscues to rack up a 10-4 win at Wesley last Thursday. The winners tallied, once in the first, twice in the fourth, three times in the fifth and four times in the seventh tO'take the- win. ' Wesley got three runs in the 'home half of the fourth to tie the count, but the final run in the fjfth failed to keep them in the game. ^'The pitching of Merlin Studer and Tom Lickteig of the losers was offset by errors and good LuVerne clutch hitting. Lickteig took the loss, while Joe Henderson worked on the hill for Lu- V^rne and got the win. LuVerne has a 4-4 season record. Women Bowlers Banquet, Elect Wesley—Mesdames firma Kunz, Sara Raney, Margaret Root, Fays.' Loebig and Mary Mullin, members of the Bill'.s Standard bowling team and Mesdames Vera Erpelding, Laura Ann Kleinpeter. Mary -Krieps, Leone Erpelding and Irene Han.ig, member; u! Van's Bowling t£- lt :v. ar.cnde:: .-. 1 o'clock City B...'.v!e:= Lc-i^uo banquet at the V.'F.W. r.a!I ..-. A.- gon|.Wecine.-;ciay f'.triir.s -<!i.y '.-. Erma ,iiun2 in:: l:-.:.~ ':i:-T.:i are captains or tr.i '.--.•::.: A.. members were a war-.-:•:; "./.;.- ; :: Irene received a '.;/. ::-..-.j. ! : all events and for -..-.i.-.-:; -•.•••.•.-.••: in the touirK.rv.frri".. ' An election ..: i :'-.*:•: -. ;.; -,-,-.. ARTHRITIS? I have been woruUrf-L;? i£ ed in being restored so acr.T* U*t afler being crippled in sitsriy every joint in my body arid ~«':ir. muscular soreness from head to foot. 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