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Algona, Iowa
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I ' (la.) Upp»r D** Molns* - ,.,u»,j.^ ..V^J,. _^...... j. . 1 .. May 5, 1955 ' 4 Settlements, 3 Fines Highlight Week In Court Settlement out of court jWithout trial in four cases, two fines for operating motor .vehicles while intoxicated, both women defendants', and'drawing of 23 new petit jurors was the principal business in/ Kossuth district court this week;.:.-,. ,' , " . ; /Robert Meine. Whittemore, found guilty by a jury last week on a diafge pf p'M;Y.I.< ito| lined $600 .and costs' last Thursday afternoon by Judge G. W. Stilfiafin, and his driver's license was' suspended for six months. It was his second offense. ! > Women , fined for drunken driving were: . Maxlne A. Hlldebraind, Clear Lake, $300 and costs. 'Elisabeth Ogren, Lakola, $300 and eosis. Both had their driver's licenses suspended and their 'state liquor permits revoked. The Ogren case originated Nov. 8, 1954. The Hil- debrartd case began April 30, 1955, in Algona. ;• Court Seitlemenis Harold , Schumacher settled a K ~ • - ; .;. ~ brought against Bid on Ma&hs for $6,250 but'of court. He •;nad asked $22,500 as the result of an auto mishap Oct. 5, 1950 Both men are from Whittemore. The American Farmers Mutual Jtoiurance Co. was tied up- with the defendant in this base. Schumacher? had been a passenger in Uie*Maahs Car at the time of the accicjehf: ; '• . • • ; .Lqirltta E; Bruch.waS awarded ft settlement 'of .$1,200 after 'a jury .trial in an action against the James J. Beiser estate." The jury returned; the verdict late last Wednesday night, after deliberating flv'e hours. Fred W. Jentz was : foreman of the jury. The original suit had asked $37,941.57. , A'settlement for $11*500 was fhade out of court in the action brought ; by Ann Drone as guardian for Barbara Drone; as the result of a Centennial mishap last year^ Defendants jointly were Wm. C. Dau and the Kossuth Centennial Committee. The original petition'* asked for $35,000 damages. . | Another out-o!-c6lnH settlement was madjs in an action brought by Brown & BigeloW of St. Paiii against Carl W. Morck Sr. of Algona. * Call New Jurors Slated to begin jury trial next wednesda* is a civil action for $5,460 brought by Ellen M. Johnson against the estate of Severt Stangland, who prior to his death lived at Swea City. The plaintiff aSks the sum for .services and dare rendered- the deceased .prior to his death. • ••- ',,1 Because so many members of the April petit jury panej had asked to be excused, 24 new jurors •• were summoned for next weeK, May 11. , New jurors called were Beulah Bullock; Burt; Vivian N. Cowan, -i> Algona: rma ElBerl, w^lUemore; Mrs* Paul aelyhausv Ledyard; Wrh. Gengle*, ,Lptts 4 : Creek: A. J. Grartdgertnst, .§t.f Benedict. -, Floyd- Gregtiry; ' Whittemote; Thelma • l«jfc» AtSonai P a tf l Haase, Burl^gaul Hurn, Algotia; Ralph Johnsph.-'l^dyard; ClaUs ICrull, .Titbnkfi; Ralph Kramfer, Livefmdte} Kerman i^auck, Whit- temore,;j,. , . .„ \ . J6hn -T, "L>\ch, -te-ayard; Llchty, ' -Lu V%he; tKettneth - ligan, Bafltroft; Earl Mayjand, Titonka; Emrfla M^dln, WHitte- more; Louise SeMe f Titonka; and Donald Wlnkel/ 'Algona. Jdel M. Hetbst Was appointed by Judge Stillman as an. inheri- . ,. . . L. . - tance t£pf,japiJraiser ; to fill, .the vac'artfcy- Caiise'* fy- tHe death Of John A. Hagg»d,._ J 8 Teams Enter Baseball Loop are Before You Buy!) Enjoy the $37.50 thrill of . : real classic beauty, knowing full well you've made a real buy! Here is truly the Jeaderof ^em all at the price. Eli JEWELRY WORK SHO€S 5.95 A relan cowhide upper with full j-cushion insole. Nailcss cork sole. A | '>ear for wear! • . The Cadillac of Work Shoes! 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See the most complete stock of high quality short or long sleeve sport shirts ... For Less! DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE Semi-pro baseball fans in this area will get a chance to see wenty of diamond action again ; his summer, according to Ray Schilmoeller, secretary-treasurer of the Kossuth County Baseball League. League games begin Sun- ": day. May 15, wilh the eight i member learns set lo begin banging, away for the loop championship al four sites. Opening games include: Ring- I sled at Lone Rock; Gilmore .' City al Rodman; Bancroft KC at Whitlemore;- and Algona KC al Livermore. The Bancroft KCS, Gilmore City; Ringsted and Whittemore are ne\v league members this year. Emmetsburg, Mallard and St. Joe dropped out of the seven team fold following last season, when the league cdnsisted of seven .teams. Whittemore is back after a ! year's , layoff. Each team will play; a 14-game] league schedule, meeting every Dther team twice on a:home-and- home basis* All games' are set for Sunday play, game time 2:30 p.m. with, four games on ,the docket | each r Sun,dav from May; 15 through' August 21, with the exception? of Sunday, July 3. . ' " - '• •• • :Stewarf McFadden, j Algona, is again the; league president, and Schilmoeller is secretary"- trea-' f surer. Team managers are: Algona — Don Winkel; Bancroft — Joe Donahue; GilmoreiCity — W. A. Neal; Livermore • — O. J. ayou; Lone Rock — iErich See- jebarlh; Ringsted — Leo Rausch;j " rfi y-^ '.Jim' "Sargman; ,andi Whittemore — Jim Geilan. * i : ! • ' Moose, Hamms .rjp,.,. ; . .'..-•:«.-..' Fin loops Arnie Lallier was the top man at Barry's this week with a 224 total as league action wound up for the season. Other men over 200 included Jake Thilges 214, Art Benschoter 203, Bill Barry 214, Homer Clark 200, Jim Kelly 200 ai\d Dick Kain 212. r.-nal League Standings: • ___ '. Monday League .W L ' Moose --------- ..... .75 30 , KCs ---------------- 63 42 ' Bode Billiards _______ 56% 48V'2' Scfclitz -------------- 55 50 Clark Grain _________ 49 5fi Don's Phillips «6 ____ 44M- Schulte Rec. ________ 44 Hopkins Super Serv. ..33 ' Tuesday League W Hamm's ____________ 68 1 /-: Seeley Farms ________ 59 Blatz ----- ..... ______ 57 Elm Grove Cheese ____ 54', ; . Russ & Ky's ________ 54 Barry's Broncos ______ 52 Moose --------------- 43 National Guard ______ 32 72. ', L 36V' 46 " 48 5014 51 53 02 73 Whiffemore Pin Team A Winner The Farmer's State Bank team from Whittemore, with a 2832 total, copped first place in the annual Algona City Bowling Tournament at Barry's. A total of 14 teams from Whittemore and Algona entered thelmeet and fpur finished in the money. Secund place went to Miller'.' High Life, Britt, with a 2795 total while Schlitz Beer, with 2764, and Hamm's Beer, with 2718, camt in third and fourth. The latter twt. teams are from Algona. All bowlers from any sanctioned league in Whittemore or Algona were eligible to enter tne meet. Guzowski Plans Playground Fun Tony Guzowski, football coach at Algona High, announced plans for an old-timers' recreation softball league this week. (And it really sounds like fun.) As outlined so far, any man 21 years of age or over will be eligible to participate as a member oi one of the teams. If possible four teams will be organized a captain of each chosen, and a schedule outlined which would provide for each team to play cne game per week. The two league games would be played under the lights at the athletic park the same night each week. The ball to be used is an interesting object. It looks and feels something like a midget medicine ball, is 14 inches in circumference, and has become very popular when used in leagues in the cities. Algona Wins, 10-0; Moves In Prep Sectional Final Algona High School and Rodman advanced to .the 'finals of the spring sectional baseball tourna- mant at Whittemore' Wednesday afternoon with easy wins. Algona larruped West Bend,j}0-0, while Rodman took the dfrWhSttem6re, 14-Oi' V , .^ • ? .- 1 3 Rodman and Algeria wilVnieet at 3:30 p.'m.- tomorrow for the iSght to advance to district competition. !• ; , . ;* ! A ? lgoria* ]got four runs in the bottom of the first inning' on only one hit, but what a hit. There were three men on and two out when Eulan Schuller -came to the. plate for Coach Bob King's, team Schuller blasted a whittling line; to' center: that; bounced crazily past the-centerfielder who had no chance to flag it down, and four runs crossed' the plate. Apair of counters in the second and lour more in/theffiqttom of the ( Joiuith stitched the? game. Piteher! Bill Fain i fed 1 4t Avith a Uhre^ruri d.dinble.H «:'} Fain went' all the way to get the win, his second against one loss. ; jTui-gens . took the loss for Wes.t Bend, allowing the Bulldogs ;six'hi£s, while^his mates got only .two. Fajn and Harvey Peglow each got two hits, for 'Algona. Hurler Fain has now given up only one earned, run, in. 25 innings pitched this spring as the locals have won four, lost two. Results of first; iound sectional activity in the 'area will be found on the sports page^ page on,e section two., , "" • 84-84 Tie For Hi Track Team ' Coach Champ Martin's reply ''We didn't lose—but we didn't win" exactly described the Bulldog track team's final duel meet of ; the-season, an 84-84 tie with fiinrnet!|bUr'g on,the, Igcal tradt, Tuesday afternoon.' ' '••-'• .*t* The iocals jtravei H6 ! #stRer$|lle today (Thursday)" for Uie Estherville Relays this afternbon^aftd tonight, and windup the season ,at the district meet at Charles City, May 14, and at the conference meet at Iowa Falls, May 21.1 JTho junior high se|uad will attend Idfi Invitational at, Humboldt' tliia Saturday. » '•' ' ' Times , were betteri' and dis->' tances Vere longer at the'meet with Emmetsburg thqri they have been all year. Firsts,were racked up by the 2-' mile relay team of Larry pbirecht, Ron Zittritsch, Jerry .Downey and Phil Norris; Jerry Downey in the 440 yattf dasii; the medley relay. t*Mm of FranK Refft, Diek Koch-' teau, Rdd KibkbUsh and Norris; the mile relay team; Da^e John- sorrin'the pole Vault;'and 1 Fred Stfahorn Ifi the shot put.-, Bill Moxley in the 100-yard dash; Ron Ditsworth, 22o-yarA gash: Moore in the mile 1 run giUritsctf 100-yard low hurdles; BjUstirorti, pole vault; ftlckbush, -.high , ;jump<; t)itsWorthj'~, broad jump; and Kern, discus throw were setoflH place Wihft4f& Thb junior high teams from both/schools ran three events. Algeria's Tom Zittritsch won the 100-yard low hurdles, and the 800- yard medley relay team of Gary DdviS, Jim SteVen, Jim Moxley and' Ztftritsch 'won US feverit,' Thr visitors took the 40p*yat'&; relay* 6olf & Tennis t Team§ Bow Out .Spender High School's tetinii and golf teams downed Algona'i teams here Tuesday afternoon the tennis team, coached by Dick Palmer, fell 3-0, while Cpacn Tony Guzowski's lirtksmen drop-, ped.a fiWs'3% decision.i Pete Langrnack was medalist 'for the gblfers with a 45, Nidas Dermand tallied a 46, Jim Cowan a 53 and Jody Cutler, 67. On the basis of match and medal scorers, the visitors won by three points. . .. ... • Larry»,,Wickis, ., dropped ; , his singles trial, 8-10, 6-2, 3-6, while Kenny 'Burikofske fell after Baking -the first set, 6-4. Me then lost 8-10 ( .l-\6. The doubles team of Bill Lalhg and Terisy Cook lost 3-6/1-0. Leave For Bu« — Mrs On 'V. Ellis and sons Vinton and J6nathan left Thurs- 'day for New York 1 and they will leave for verduni France, Where they Will join Mr Ellis, .an Air Force Major, has been overseas since fall and the, family will remain with him for the three year tour. The boys attended school while visiting the" grandparents. Mr .and Mrs Harvey Thompson. Mrs Ellis is the Thompson's daughter, Ruth.' ' .-••" THURSDAY.- FRIDAY - SATURDAY Robert Mitchym Barbara Bel Ceddes TUB Rock Hudson ••' Pl^rtadrle "THE GOLDEN In _Techrlicdibr DRIVE I The li Thursday evening; April 28,*at?the Legion halj, with Dwaine Lighter as le'dturer.-He spoke 1 r on the topic of "Our T Mobile Strategic Air Command.'' The next regular jrnuuthig ~of 'thi» yrorup" tvirr bv hxid" tonight (THursday) at 8:00 p'.m. xirid MONDAY ' ' HALt AN ALllEft ARTISTS PRODUCTION ~ L i. 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