4-Algeria (la.) Upper Des Metne* Tuesday, May t, 1956 tfOSSUTH COUNTY \ Team Baseball League To Open Season May 13 Reorganization meeting of the Kossuth County Baseball League was held Tuesday night. April 17th, in the K. C. clubvooms at Algona for the promotion of amateur baseball in northern Iowa. Stewart McFadden of Algona was reelecled president and Erich Seegebarth of Lone Hock was elected secretary-treasurer succeeding Ray Schilr.ioeller. The league will again operate with eieht teams, namely, Mallard. Algona, Bancroft, Humboldt, Rodman, Lone Rock, Em- mctsburg rmd Whittemore. Each one of these teams promises to come up with some excellent local baseball talent which should give the fans in this ter- i itory plenty of excitement during the coming months. Come out and support your team, they will play better baseball if you are interested in their efforts. There will be a game in your vicinity every Sunday afternoon, starting May 13th. Bit & Spur Ride The Algona Bit and Spur Club enjoyed a trail ride Sun., April 22, at the Orie Petersen farm with 27 riders participating. Lunch was served after the ride. Another trail ride is planned for May 6. The junior flag drill team practiced led by Jerry McVay. The average age of the senators in the 84th Congress is 52.2 years. Mixed Doubles Meet This Week The annual Algona mixed doubles handicap bowling tournament will be held at Hawkeys Lanes two separate Wednesday nights, May 9 and May 1$. The tourney is open lo anyone with an average in one of Algona's cily leagues, and any kegler may bowl more than once by changing partners. Entries are now being received for the meet. Mr and Mrs Jack Button, Jr., Algona, won the title a year ago. Bancroft Girl Tops Pin Totals Marjoric Lattimer of Bancroft, topped the gals at Larry's this week with a 196 line in leaguo bowling. Others over ICO .were Arlcne Kajewski 167, 161, Ruby Martha 160,' Elaine Vera 169, 106, Lavonne Pittman 171, Kay Voigt 181, M. Mullin 181, 173, P. filbert 179, B. Thuente 170 and Vera Erpelding 160. Helen Keller learned to speak without having sight or hearing. MAY is BEEF MONTH! Man And Wife Bowling Honors It was a four-way split for kegling honors at hawkeyo ijtmes this week, with two men and two women sharing laurels. Haiold Andreasen had nigh line for men, 247, and Bill Johnson tossed a 209 and 233 which, racking up a 631 series, while Martha Johnson, Dill's wife, had high single line for women, a 211, and Leona Wilhelmi came through with a 203. Mr Wilhelmi also had a 163. Other woman over 160 were Babe Baker 17li, Kay Voigt 168, 195, Maybelle Geilenfekt 186, Frances Gingrich 168, Betty Haag 161. Men over 200 included Ray Meyer 200, Ted Hoover, Sr. 206, Cliff Benschotor 209, Everett Garbett 243, Whitcy Voigt 214, Marv C.'ilhoun 201, Murl Potter 203. Angus Cotton 205, Harley Hutchinson 203, Norm Gadc 20y. aOo, Art Ashton 209, Clayt Pittman 223, Ernie Godfredsen 220. Hank 1'urst 235, Red Stecker, 202, Ernie Lavrenz 214, Jerry Ferris 211 and Jack Haag 215. Algona 7th In Track Meet Algona high school's track team placed seventh, one spot out of the basement, in the Comet Relays at Charles City Friday, despite several fine showings. t Two individuals, Larry Johnson in the pole vault, and Bill Moxley, shot-putter; equalled or bettered their best previous marks and failed to place. Johnson hit ten feet in his event and took sixth, while Moxley tossed the shot 43 feet, 11 inches, the best throw by a local thinclad in years, to take seventh. One reason for the showing of this pair was the fact the field events were thrown open to every team in all classes in the meet, with the result that approximately 40 men competed in each field event. The local two-mile relay team missed taking first by two feet while running the course well on a cold day. Darrell Davis, anchorman, had a 20 yard gap to take up when he got the baton. He managed to take the lead, but Decorah's anchorman managed to edge into, the tape first. The medley relay team placed fifth to account for Algona's other two points in the meet. The locals were entered in only eight events. Algona's trackmen will travel to Estherville Thursday for the annutil running of the Kstherville Relays during the afternoon and evening. Postpone High Sectional Tilts Rain and oold weather postponed practically every high school sectional baseball tournament in the state Monday, so first round games were moved ahead a day to Tuesday. Algona's two teams, St. Cecelia's and the high school, will meet at 3:30 p.m. today, Tuesday, . May 1, at Livermore. The winner j will tangle with St. Joseph's' of Bode in semi-final action .at a time: to be announced later. Bancroft Girl Bride, April 22, In Burt Church Bancroft—Sunday, April 22, at 3 o'clock, Marie Behnkendorf, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Behnkendorf, became the bride of Bill Glawe, son of Mr and Mrs Otto Glawe, in a ceremony performed in St. John's Lutheran Church at Burt by Rev. E. L Wittkopp. Mrs Loyle Wood of Whitewater, Wisconsin, and Miss Madelynne Sherman of Des Moines attended the bride. The groom was attended by John Glawe and Orland Peterson. Ushers were Donald Behnkendorf and Harold Boeckholt. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy. : Mr and Mrs Willis Colwell and family of Algona were Saturday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Leonard Frost. Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher of here visited with relatives in Lotts Creek Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Edward Busher- feld moved here from Emmetsburg last week and will m6ye into the McCrecry tenant house. He is employed with the Tri County Drying plant. .; J. P. Court Fines Justice C. H. Ostwinlde heard seven cases in his court last week. Andrew D. Kramer, Algona, paid $5 and costs for failing to hays Kossuth County, Iowa, Beef Ass'n. •90 M mfi SB' BB) H • • Hot Diamond Special;; | BOYS - GIRLS | WASHABLE | 1 REVERSIBLE JACKETS 3.95 SIZES 6 TO 20 WEAR TWO WAYS SOLID OUTSIDE — PATTERN INSIDE New Burt Teacher )' :» Burl — Kindergarten Round-up for the Burt Community School was held last Friday, April .27, starting at one - thiiity p.m. Children who are five years old by Nov. 15 arc eligible. Larry Becklcy of Lone Rock has been employed by the Burt Community School as junior-high instructor and coach, filling one of three vacancies. Switch Mrs Cletus Deitering and Stephen left Monday for St. Louis where they spent the week with Sharon Deitering who is a student at St. Louis University. Mr and Mrs Phil Inman are the parents of a son born Friday at St. Ann hospital in Algona Mr and Mrs John Haupert and Mr and Mrs Charles Inman ai-e the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Al Lensing and family are going to Ames, Sunday to meet their son Vernon Who is home on leave from Air Force Duty. While in Ames they will visit at the home of their son Thomas Lensing and family. Thomas Clark, son of Mr and Mrs H. V. Clark, and a junior in St. John's High School, has been selected to represent McKinnon Post of the American"" Legion as their representative at Boy's State which will be held at Camp Dodge in Des Moines, June 3 to 9. Mrs .Floyd Yackle and John Wesselman are patients in Holy Family Hospital for medical treatment. Mr and Mrs Alfred Hellman are the parents of a daughter Sandra Sue born recently at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. The grandparents arc Mr and lyirs John Farrow and Mr and. jifcsS John-Hellman. " 5 -"v-jiflFand Mrs C. J. Stauder at-; tended 'the funeral of Mrs James Wier at Emmetsburg Wednesday morning. A group of 25 ladies surprised Mrs Rose Fuchs at a house warming Thursday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs Frank Welp and Regina Berens. Mrs B. H. Sudemier from Minneapolis was also a guest. 1 Mrs B. H, Sudemier was a house guest, at the home of Mrs Rose Fuchs for ten days. On Monday the two women were guests at the home of Mrs A. J Kerens and luncheon guests at the home of Mrs A. W. Kennedy. Saturday Mrs Elizabeth Williams entertained the two women at dinner. They were also gua;;ts for dinner Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at the homes of Mrs H. G. Hamilton, Mrs Frank Mulligan and Mrs Rose Murphy Mrs Sudemier will return to Minneapolis today. I i I I fuel in flares; Ruth M. Anderson, Emirifetsburg, paicfi$5 -and boats on a sto£ sign viblatioh; James C. Alvey, Bancroft, paid $5 and costs for a loud muffler; Harold R. Illg, Rode,'paid $10 and costs on an; impi'opef p'asfeing 'count? Elijah L. Simpson, Wesley, paid $5 and costs for driving, with an' expired operator's license; Albert Hcin, Buff, was assessed.$5 and costs for failure ' to' use safety tjhains on;a trailer; and Charles Qjstwald, Whittemoye, was fitted $100 and c'osts oh a charge Of contributing to the delinquirtcy of a minor. RETIRES At Northwood, Olaf Olson, 67, a contractor, has retired after being in business there for 51 years. His s&ri Will take over the firm, *—Yes sir, gasoline is no longer the only factor in keeping your engine from knocking. D-X scientists have developed an amazing new motor oil which actually gives your car more knock-free power. To be sure of Maximum knock-free power, try D-X Special along with D-X Gasolines containing an exclusive upper-cylinder lubri- C&nt. This combination gives you tops in knock-free performance. 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