The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 20, 1956 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 20, 1956
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.'<!*•] .UpP«y Pa* Moltier Tuesday, March 20, 1956 Bulldog Baseball Squad Starts Indoor Practice Coach Bob King's Algona high baseball squad got together for the first time Monday afternoon and began bunting, sliding and footwork practice in the gym. The 22-man squad will move to the diamond at the faingrounds as soon, as the weather permits and the turf dries up a littl bit. King has had his pitchers and catchers limbering up inside fo the past week. He's been work ing with big Doug Meyer, Dave Kohl, Harvey Peglow and Dave Richardson, pitchers, and Tec Finley and Loren Nelson, -catchers. Meyer and Nelson are seniors, Kohl, Peglow and Finley, juniors, and Richardson a sophomore. ' Meyer was behind the plate most of the time last spring and is one of the best high school receivers and hitters in the area. He has had limited experience-on the hill and at times has looked fine. Kohl worked in two games. last spring and had a 1-0 mark, Peglow's was reversed in the same number of appearances. Richardsori is untried. Other lettermen out for an other shot at baseball includ Bob Slobe, junior first baseman who hit .375 last year; Bo! Harms, senior second baseman who had <a .207 mark; Larr; Kueck, senior outfielder, Gem Helmers, senior outfielder-in fielder; and Vernon Christoffers senior outfielder who hit .333 in limited appearances last spring The rest of the squad is rounded out by these- men: DUani Kueck, Junior; Jim Cowan, Jerry Rupp, Howie Funk; Larry :Hutzell, sophomores; and Bill Hutchison, Joel Harris, Marvin Miller, Jim Gade and Robbie Hutchins, freshmen. Gone from Jasi year's good :eam are pitchers Larry Chrisensen and Bill Fain and outfielders Don Cook and Eulan Schuller, the team's leading hit- er. Meyer batted .423, Nelson ,273, nd Peglow .250 last year. Concentration on control ha >een the main point stressed si ar. Openings Held By Two New Firms In Burf Burt—The Viking Oil Station on 169, which had-been operated by Harold and Richard Steward and is now owned by Darwin E. Young. A Grand Opening was held there Saturday with free cookies and coffee for the customers. Free pop was also given courtesy of the 7-Up Company of Algona. Mr Young is just "out af the service and with his fam- ly moved into the Bernard Leeper house. Mrs Young is the 'ormer Darlene Shipler. They lave two children Errol anc 3ebby. Oma and Cecil Bailey had a ;rand opening at their Clove) 'arm Store on Frida'y and Saturday with many adults anc hildren receiving Thp Baileys purchased t h e store veeks ago and drive over each ay from Seneca. A '- Wilfaif ttaVen. Mrs Polhemiw ^traffic cases has been a guest at Wilfalr "slnci % her fa"ll five weeks ago, Mr and Mrs Ben Fish of Mallard were c'allets at the William Batt home Friday .evening. THe'y called, on-others iff'this cornrriu* nity also. . Mr and Mrs i John Miller, Mt and Mrs Raymond Lovstad SHd Wm. F. Batt of Burt with rUla* lives from Algona were in Soone Saturday where -they attended last rites for RobeH Royster of the place. Mr Royster, a brother- in-law of Earl Miller of 'Almond,, lived in this farm area about 1920 arid will .be remembered ; by former neighbors. / Mrs Bertha Stow is a patient at St. Ann hospital,. ASgona, since Saturday, for treatment and obi- 26 Turn Out For Track At Algona High • Algona's 26-man track team is continuing its workouts this week by getting off the sidewalks into the street. And as .soon as possible, according to Coaches Martin and Jason Loving, the team will be working out at the athletic park. The first meet on the docket is a triangular affair at Eagle Grove April 11. The locals will travel to Eagle Grove again April 20 , for the Eagle Relays. A duel meet will be held April 6 if a foe can be found in time. Martin, who has been track coach since his arrival in Algona nine years ago, will handle the coaching of the field events, while Loving, head football coach, will be in charge of the runners. _ Prospects for the season coming up are very cloudy. There are ten lettermen out, including a few boys who should be able to rack UD some points Frank Kern, Rod Kickbush, Ron Ditsworth, Larry Johnson and Bill Moxley, seniors; Jerry Downey, Darrell Davis, Phil Norris,. Fred Strahorn and Don Moore, juniors, are the letter- winners on the squad. ,Kern was the leading point getter a year ago. He Specializes in the football throw, discus and 220. Kickbush was the district champ in the high jump last year and he also competes in the football throw. -Ditsworth broad- jumps and runs the 220 and 440- Johnson pole vaults, runs the 100 and low hurdles; Moxley throws Best Woman's Tally Kay Voigt was the top woman kegler at Larry's this week with a 201 and 167. Others over 150 were Lavonne Pittman 177, Jackie Laing 166, B. Thuente 160, Vera Erpelding 163 and Ruby Murtha 168, 171 and 169. — — •• • •»»• v»*fc..j ( *»iuA.icjf UUUVvS the shot, discus and runs the 100- Downey the 440 and 880- Davis' 440 'and 880; Morris, 880; Strahorn, shot and discus and Moore mile and 880. ' Backing up this nucleus will be seniors Braun, Jae Givens and Gordy juniors Dick Rochleau, ----' j—-~.., i-'iuiv nuciueau, Bob Hardy, Carl Brown and Bill Lamg, sophomores Gary Bernau Warren Branson, Dave Macumber and Richard Olsen, and freshmen Gary. Davis, Tom Potter, Bill Hill, Dick Bahr, Al Fos- nuugh and Gerald Mansor. Three Tie For Hawkeye Lanes Top Week's Line A trio of men tied for top honors at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Loren Johnson, Chuck Davis and Chuck Mullin each had -36 single line counts, and Mullin put together a 612 series Kay Voigt topped the gals with a old series on lines of 190 165 and 158. Other women over 150 included Martha Johnson 152 Lavonne Pittman 100, Dorothy Hans 162, Helen Stephens 155 Hetty Dennis 153, 164, Dorothy Ruebi 58i Babe Baker 182. Lavon Lmdhorst 150, Leuna Wilhelmi ibU Io3 and Phyllis Walker 155, Other men over 200 were Ernie Lavrwiz 201, Cliff Benschoter '<)•> Hank: Furst 225, Harold Andreasen 211, Bill Batt 200, Magnus Lichter 201, Ken Sarchet 214 Hal Long 202, Murl Potter 21o' Hank Geilenfeld 204, Harley Hut-' chinson 224, Chuck Staudt ''23 Clayt Pittman 204, Clarence Honker 213, Red Schmidt 204 Merl Hoover 222, 204, John Intermill 201, Tom Forburger 203 Red Stecker 211, Harold Brandt' 210 210 and Cecil Baker 210 New Rendering Plant Manager Alfred Rode of Des Moines was ngmed Saturday as manager of the Algona Rendering Co. -plant by the National By-Products Co. He will succeed Jess Manor, who has been manager here for the past two years. Rode, his wife, Helen, and daughter, Joyce, 17, will move to Algona within the next month. Mr Rode has been with National By-Products for the past 11 years. He has been employed in plants at Davenport and Clinton, latei managed the Jefferson plant and for the past year has been traveling out of the home office at Des Moines. He was born and educat? ed at Davenport and served 5Vz years in the U.S. Army, including service in the South Pacific. Manor became manager of the Algona office in March, 1954, and has been wjth the company :or ten years. He will transfer to Wichita, Kansas, where he will replace Owen Fleming, former manager here. Mr and Mrs Manor and their children, Steven and Marilyn, will move to Wichita when-the Rodes move to Algona: Teen-Agers In .Car Joy rides » Two teenage Algona boys were questioned thoroughly Monday afternoon by Police Chief Al Boekelman, Sheriff Ralph Lincl- horst and Deputy Don Wood in All dogs must be vaccinated for rabies by April 15 by order of the Mayor. Dogs without tags after that date will be destroyed. Mrs A. H. Meinzer received word of the death of a sister-in- law in Spring Valley, 111. Mrs E. G. Marty, wife of Dr. E. G. Marty died there Monday and Mrs Meinzer left Tuesday by way of Des Moines for Spring Valley. Funeral services were there Thursday. Mrs Meinzer will remain with her brother a few days. Dr. Marty and wife visited in Burt and are known here. Ruth and Esther Hodgson took Mrs Meinzer to Des Moines on Tuesday to entrain for Illinois, and they spent some time with VTr and Mrs Henry S. Hoveland there. Mrs Hoveland, a cousin of Ruth and Esther is the former Lucia Thorne. The Hodgsons eturned Wednesday. Members of the Flinch Club lonored Mrs Amelia Polhemus on her birthday > 'by spending Monday afternoon with her at servation o^ an infected foot. • Mrs Mary Petersen and small son m6ved Saturday into the Gish apartment, .vacated by th Bernard Glffords. CMrs Peter sen is an instructor in the Bur Community School and .has bee living with Nettie Fisher an Nora Garner since September. Mrs Roy Vanderhoff, with he small son Jerry and Jessie Rasl spent Friday afternoon in Al gona where the former attendee a Missionary meeting at the Scott home. Mrs H. o. Buell is a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona, this week for observation and treatment. Mr dnd Mrs Lawu-ence Doege spent Friday eveniAg with the Vern Rafdals in Titonka. The occasion was Mrs Rafdal's birthday. Nurse Scholarship Deadline, Mar. 25 Deadline for applicants for the St. Ann nursing scholarship has been extended to March 25, according to Mrs N. J. Kelley.'St. Ann Auxiliary president. The scholarship, valued/ at $500, may be used by the chosen applicant in any accredited nursing school. Anyone living'-in Kossuth County is eligible. Further details may, -be obtained from Mrs Kelle/. Mayor's Court Mayor C.^C. Siuerk heard fiv „„„,-., in his court this ,/eek. Thomas J. Rath,. Mourid t Minn., and Curt Christehsert, Slayton, Minn., each paid $6 ana costs for speeding; Elsie C. Wig* dahl, Emmetsburg. was fined $10 and costs for going through a school flasher; and .Virgil F, Blanchfield, Lake City, and Frank H. Backer, Burtj were fined $5 and costs on stop sign counts. Becker's fine was sus* i • _ Ct e. , ,. ,:: v ,_ Three rHen paid Meg Ih StiM&e a^is^Ma«^S •paid $10. •',«$&!» costs -fof ipeedihg; WiUla'm A« Hed^ i—-v-SVef'fte, paid $10 arid costs' for filling to yield the right-ofway: andi Johannes M. Olsdn, Wesley, ; )paia $5 and costs oft s faulty a'nd- missing truck eauit- merit charge, ' - ,y:l £ %i TM BALLROOM DAKOTA CITY Saturddy — March 24 W LEAP YEAR SPECIAL^ V,.' 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One of the boys, a 14-year old reportedly admitted taking and driving a car from a local used car lot, but denied doing it more than oncn. H" is at present on parole following conviction sev- ago on a theft eral months charge. . The other youth admitted riding in the cars, but denied taking any of them. Possible juvenile court action will be held in a few days, according to authorities. Autos have disappeared several times lately from the lot at Kossuth Motor and on one occasion a car was taken one night from Algona Implement Co. Police had been attempting to catch the thieves in the act, but were unable to do so. 2 Corn Sealers Are Appointed Two new appointments have v e Aq^ d r fby the K °ssulh Coun- y ASC office it was announced last week by Virgil L. Rohlf, ASC manager for Kossuth county. 1 aul Hum has been appointed ^'n T ™ I 1 ,' '?, Cresco ^wnship, -»nd W H. Rantry will be the new sealer in Irvington township. Jnese two a Wins Jr. Varsity Wrestling Letter Don Schaap, son of Mr and Mrs C. D. Schaap, E. Kennedy, was awarded a junior college varsity wrestling letter for outstanding performance on his team this -season at Kemper Military School, Boonvilie, Mo., in an assembly conducted by Lt. Col. J, G. Kralovec, director of athletics. He was given high recognition for his wrestling ability by his coach. A nautical mile «ow has 8076 feet, four feet less than it was before an international agreement. two appointees will succeed Robert R. Devine. formerly sealer for both townships, who has moved to a farm in Portland .ownship. Manager Rohlf stated that anyone .wishing to seal corn in these townships should contact M Hum or Mr Raney, as they have already assumed their new du- #6 $&/ 1 GOING-EST GIRDLE GOING legs can't feel it ' *». 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