LUVERNE HI NINE WINS SECTIONAL TITLE Down Algona 7-6; W-Bend Also Winner LuVerne came up with a pair of runs in the top of the eighth inning and grabbed the sectional baseball title from Algona's clutches, 7-6, at Livermore Monday afternoon. The win avenged a one-run loss to the Bulldogs in the sectional final here a year ago. Other results of sectional tourneys in the area arc not complete, but here's a I'undown on semifinal and final round action at other sites: At Kanawha Semi-finals—Corwith 11, Goldfield 1 At West Bend Final—West Bend 10, Bode 0 At Bancroft Semi-final—St. John's 10, Fenton 0; Lone Rock 13, Titonka 7 At Armstrong Semi-final — Armstrong 14, Gruvcr 1; Swea City 11, Seneca 10. At Rodman Semi-final — Rodman 9, Presentation (Whittemore) 8; Em- mclsburg Catholic 5, Cylinder 3 (10) inn.) Sectional champions will compete in district meets all over the state this week and district winners will then compete in sub- state meets ncxi week. Sites will be announced later. Algona got a good jump on Lu- Verne by counting three times in the last of the first frame. An error, a double by Bob Harms single by Loren Nelson, walk to Doug Meyer and a single by Larry Knock sent the runs home. The Bulldogs added anothei tally in the last of the third on a ivalk to Meyer and a double bv Vernon Christoffcrs, making it 4-0, but LuVerne tied it in tlv top of the fourth. Five walks and a single by. Prcuschl did the damage. Algona went ahead, 5-4 in the home half of the fourth on r- ivalk and single by Harvey Peglow, but LuVerne came back to knot the count at 5-5 on a single by Ken Stripling and triple by Don Baker in the top of the fifth. That's the way ;it remained until the top of the first extra inning, the eighth. An error, two walks and a single by Toby, sent in two LuVerne runs. Algona got one run back in the home hall as Rupp walked and Bob Slobe doubled, but couldn't get the second run home. Nelson went all the way on the hill for Algona and gave up only five- hits. His wildness kept him in trouble as he walked eight hitlers. Joe Henderson started for LuVerne, but was removed in the first and Stripling went the rest of the way. Algona got right hits. Bn\ score. LuVerne (7) AB R H Quinn. cf. . -4 0 0 Bonnsk'ltiT, 2b. ._.3 1 0 Stripling, c., p _2 2 1 Baker, ss. . .._ . .4 0 Henderson, p_ c. .. 3 1 Preuachl, If -.4 2 1 Maass, 3b. 11 1 i Voss, rt. 2 0 0 Toby, Ib. 4 0 1 Algona (6) Slooo, Ib. Harm.-,, lib. Nelson, p. .. Meyer, c. „ - ChnstoH'ers, Knock, cf. Hupp, ss. Cowan, it. I'eglow, 3b. The 1-Uillui Dodge at tin' uay at 4 p.m. Li! i o AB..R._H f> 1 2 .. 2 0 1 4 1 1 311 (J 8 g< will meet Fort fairgrounds Thui'.s- start in th the tirst lJHlUH-1 I'f tojii'apliie arl got its woi Id in llili!), with invention by Louis STRICTLY BUSINESS by JLLULKl ' ' / I What's the project this lime—leaky faucet?" KQSSUTH COUNTY Dodge and his topic "Neglected Children." Mrs Bruhn of Cylinder is giving a report, on her trip to the convention in Denver. Larry Johnson Wins Pole Vault Larry Johnson pole vaulted 10-6 to cop the only first place for Atgona high's track team in the Estherville Relays at Eslher- ville Monday. The meet had been. postponed last Friday due to in- ciement weather. The iocal thinclads will travel to Cherokee to compete in the district meet Friday afternoon and evening. First and second place winners will advance t-.i the state finals at Ames later this month. The two-mile relay team, Jerry Downey, Ron Ditsworth, Darreil Davis and Phil Morns, shattered the school record with an tS:48.5 timing, but did no better than third in the event. The foursome- lowered the school mark thr<'-' full seconds. This quartet took tilth in the mile relay. Bill Moxley grabbed third in the shot put with a toss ol 43-1 1'.i, and Ron Ditsworth broaci .jumped IT- good for third, to account for the other place finishers at Estherville. Divide Honors, Week's Bowling Honors were split four ways ;ii Hawkcye Lanes this week. Top kcglers were Betty Dennis, who flipped a 225 line in the Mixed League, Uick Godtredsen. who had a hot 2(i9 lino and 61!) series, Julie Haas, who registered a n'2il .-cries and lines of 2(13 and 22!!, and Red Sleeker, a HI!) so; ie> and lines of 221 and 22.V Other women over IfiO were Jackie Lamg UfH. Martha Johnson 103, Kav Voii;i It;?, liiil and 161, Maybelie C.eih nleUI Le:>na Wilholmi KJ2. Men over 200 were Orun hrends 20H. Robert Hoover Norm Gade 203. Loren Jo! 205, Munle Scobba 201. Teeter 201, Art Groen !M 1. Davis 200, Boh B;,t! 20."), Loss 214. John Inte: nn H a n k CJeilenleld L'nii, Piltman 221. C'han D.iil 204, Clarence Ludcke 210, Chuck Staudt 204, Bill Johnson 205 and Whitey Voigt 213. 12 and Casey 1 201, Ci..\ i •v 22-4. Church Groups At Burt Select Circle Units Burt—At a recent meeting of the executive board of the Methodist W.S.C.S., group circles for the new year were picked as follows: . . .. ... , . Lois Circle—Mary Baer, Lorrain Campncy, Nellie Clark, Minerva Curtis. Ruby Davis, Irma Doege. Stella Geesman, Gladys Hawcott. Wantalee Hawcott, Leona Lovstad, Emma Manus, Lefio McMullen. Beth Miller, Sara Ollom, Frances Sarchet, Mary Sarchet, Vera Schwiertert, Hi la Sigsboc, A'lary Volentine and Bertha Wallace. Leah Circle—Mary Jean Andrews, Harriet Black. Jessie Chafee. Edith C'hipman, Chijrlutle- Habeger. G'.orgia Holding. Ettt- Holdien. Lottie Isenberger, Shirley Lovstad. Ada McFarland, Mario Parsons, Ruby Richards. Rowena Ryerson, Maymc Schrader, Lillian Soderberg, Edna Smith, Bertha Stow, Lillian Sheldon, Ha/el Teeter and Helen Vogel. Lydia CircK:—Mabel Campney. Alice Cole. Velma Cook, Beula'h Davis, Pearl Daniels, Pearl Dutton. Erma Harvey, Lulu Hawcott. Ruby Hinekley, Margai'et Ilof- master, Kli/aboth Kennedy. Klsie Lockwood. Bertha Mansmith. Lydia Manus, Olive Moore. Claudia Reut/el, Jenny Ricbhofl. Klva Simpson, Ethel Smith aii'.i Marion We^tling. Benita Mil- ehell is W.S.C.S. president. Women's Mission Rally The Spring Rally ot the Lutheran Woman's Missionary League is IXMIH; held at the St. John's Lutheran Chnivh here this Wed- ne>day. May llth Registratim; is at 10 a.;n with the busines.- mei'tin^ at 1(1:30. Covcn-l-dish liinntT i- served at noon. Ciiies' speaker is Mi Vu Ham:n(-r of th- Home Findmt; S.n-ietv of Fi>;- The Men's Club members will be hosts to the Walther League on Wednesday evening this week at the St. John's Lutheran Church. Vacation Bible School will begin on May 28 and held thru June 8 at the St. John's Lutheran Church here. No school on Memorial Day. School will be from 8:30 to 'll:30 a.m. The Boy Scouts had a paper drive Saturday in spite of the rain and were well satisfied with the pick-up. The Birthday Circle will meet with Mrs Joe Zanke Thursday afternoon, May 17. Mrs Manus will have devotions. Mrs Howard Bait returned home from Mercy hospital, Mason City, on Friday. She had been a patient there ten day.s following surgery. Legion Auxiliary members have set May 24 as the date to clean the Legion Hall. Mrs Bertha Stow spent Thursday afternoon at the C. L. ancl B.' L. Phclps home. Mrs Ellis Jain of Elk Mound. Wis. was alsu a guest. Mr and Mrs Win. Madsen Sr. attended rites for Chris Ottosen of Alden, Minn., recently. Mi Ottosen was a brother ol Mrs: Madsen. Others from here attending were Mr and Mrs William Madsen Jr., Mr and Mrs Don Reimers, Mr and Mrs -Merlin Madsen and the Don Colemans. Recent winners in the Poppy Poster Contest were Julia Weber and Jean Stevens, first prize of $4 each, Shirley Tollivci. second pri/.e of $2. Honorable mention went to Marsha Dremmel and Sharon Miller. Mrs Clapsaddlc with Mrs Don Patterson won. the judges. Lavonne Griese who spent the past three weeks with her parents the Martin Griese returned to Sioux Falls, S. D. Miss Griese is a student nurse at McKenon hospital there. Mr and Mrs Mitchell, S. D. friends in town Lockhart. Burt Tuesday, May 6, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—5 Halfway Mark, Swea Fund Drive Swea City—The drive fer $20,000 for H medical building in Swea City has passed the halfway mark, with $10,075 in sharer, having been sold as of this week. A charter will be .secured from the state when the $15,000 mark is reached. It is hoped that with the construction of a medical building a dentist and a medical doctor will be obtained here. The town's one dentist is now on duty with the army. There is an ostenpaUiie physician in the town, as well as a pioneer medical practitioner, but the volume of practice is such, that another physician is needed. SPECIAL irttor Companion Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. 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