The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1966 · Page 6
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Break 9 Records, Bulldog Relays E-Grove, [-Mills And Swea City Win Divisions Trackmen representing 17 schools ran against the elements, the clock and measuring stick in the third annual Bulldog Relays here Saturday - and when it was all over, no one could figure out just how it happened, but nine records went by the boards. Based on the odds, weather-wise, performances were far better than average. They ran, jumped and tossed objects into a strong northwest wind that was more than chilling, and when the dust cleared, Eagle Grove, Lake Mills and Swea City had claimed titles in the class A, B, and C divisions, respectively. Only Lake Mills managed a wide margin in the three classes. Tom Elliott of Swea City proved the top individual performer as he won four events but Algona's Dave Martin pushed him for the honor, getting three titles. And Dale Teeter also got a pair for the Bulldogs, who had little else to offer, winding up fifth in class B. Four marks fell in class C, for in class A and one in class B, with Elliott going 11 ft. in Algeria, (la.) Upper Des Moirtes Tuesday, May 3, 1966 30 - the pole vault for one and running the 440 in :54.2 for another; Teeter running the 880 in 2:08; and Hazelhoff of Swea City high jumping 5-10 to account for marks by lads from this area. Team standings: Class A Eagle Grove ioi Humboldt 91 Spencer 55 Iowa Falls 54 Clear Lake 36 Class B Lake Mills 84 Twin Rivers 57 Emmet sburg 50 Garrigan 49 Algona 45 Buffalo Center 41 Class C Swea City 75 Graettinger 72 Meservey-Thornton 60 Sentral 571/2 Lu Verne 15 1/2 Lakota 2 Garrigan was led to its fourth place finish by a victory by the mile relay team in the final event of the night. McCarthy won the high jump for the Bears' only other first, but balance in other Complete POULTRY SERVICE Culling and Debeaking by experienced personnel. TOP PRICES PAID FOR YOUR POULTRY PICKED UP ON THE FARM. MAAHSSEED STORE , Whittemore, Iowa Ed Maahs — Phones 3883 or 3881 (34-37) WE HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A MAN TO SELL CHEVROLET CARS AND TRUCKS, ALSO USED CARS AND USED TRUCKS. IF YOU CAN MEET PEOPLE AND WILL GO OUT AND WORK, IT WILL PRODUCE ONE OF THE BEST INCOMES IN ALGONA. SEE WARREN OR DON NELSON AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. ALGONA events gave them a four point edge over Algona in the close 5-team race behind Lake Mills. Results: 100: Class A - Drake, Spencer, :10.9; class B - Martin, Algona, :10.8; class C - Elliott, Swea City, :10.8. 220: Class A - Eaterson, Iowa Falls, :24.4; Class B - Martin, Algona, :24.9; class C - Elliott, Swea City, :24.8. 440 : Class A - Taylor, Eagle Grove, :55.7; Class B - Teeter, :53.4; class C - Elliott, Swea City, :54.2(record). 880: Class A - Maland, Clear Lake, 2:05.2; class B - Teeter, Algona, 2:08 (record); class C Besgard, Graettinger, 2:16 (record). Mile: Maland, Clear Lake, 4:41.3 (record). 120 high hurdles; Class A- Pauls, Eagle Grove, :17; Class B - Peterson, Lake Mills, 17.9; class C - Pals, Meservey - Thornton, :17.8. 180 low Hurdles: Class A - Pauls, Eagle Grove, :22.3; class B - Martin, Algona, :22.3; class C - Geitzenauer, Sentral, :22.8. High Jump: Class A - Mokle- bust, Eagle Grove, 6; class B McCarthy, Garrigan, 5-10; class C - Hazelhoff, Swea City, 5-10 (record). Discuss: Class A - Johnson, Humboldt, 145-8 1/2 (record); class B - Lanno, Lake Mills, 115-11; class C - Luedtke, Sentral, 113 - 3. Shot put: Class A - Meyer, Iowa Falls, 46-6 1/2; class B Latern, Twin Rivers, 42-7 1/4 Class C - Laage, Sentral, 40-5. Pole vault: Class A - Blackman, Eagle Grove, 12-6 (record): class B - Teeter, Emmetsburg, and Peterson, Lake Mills, 11; Class C - Elliott, Swea City, 11 (record). Broad jump: Class A - Brauman, Eagle Grove, 20-7 3/4 class B - Collins Twin Rivers, 19-7; class C - Bristow, Lu Verne, 19 - 3/4. 440 relay: Class A - Iowa Falls, :47.4; Class B - Lake Mills, :47.6; Class C - Meservey-Thornton, :48.4. 880 relay: Class A - Eagle Grove, 1:35.9; class B - Lake Mills, 1:37.5; Class C - Lu- Verne, 1:40.4. Mile relay: Class A - Eagle Grove, 3:37.6; class B - Garrigan, 3:43. 5; class C Graettinger, 3:41.5. Medley relay: Class A Eagle Grove, 3:44.8 ( record): class B- Buffalo Center, 3.57.6; class C - Swea City, 4:00.1. 2-mile relay: Class A - Humboldt, 8:34.7; class B-Emmetsburg, 8:50.6; Class C - Meservey- Thornton, 9:17.9. Algona and Garrigan are slated to travel to the Bronco Relays at Belmond today (Tuesday) and to the District Meet at Eagle Grove this Friday. BUFFALO CENTER - Swea City, Garner and Belmond captured team championship at the annual Bison Relays held here Tuesday. The Swea City Trojans won the class "C" meet title. Team points were; Swea City 67, Titonka 65, Thompson 60, Kanawha 52, Armstrong 46. Class "B" team honors went to Gamer. Team points were; Garner 70£, North Central 61| Northwood 57|, Buffalo Center 55 and Britte 49|, Belmond won the Class "A" large school title, Team points werej Belmond 74, Clear J.ake 70, Osage 47, Lake Mills 39 Forest CUy 38 and St, Ansgar* Following are first place results In each event for the Class "C" and Class "B" meets: * * Class "C" DISCUS—Tltonka, Wubben, 113' 8 tt • SHOT PUT—Thompson, Jonan- son, 43' 2' . BROAD JUMP—Tltonka, Pommer, 18'. HIGH JUMP-Swea City, Hazelhoff, 5' 6". POLE VAULT—Swea City, Elliott, 10* 3", (Record). 120 HIGH HURDLES—Thompson. Harlson, 17.2 180 LOW HURDLES—Thompson. Leigh, 23.1. 100 YARD DASH-Swea City, Tom Elliott, 10.9, (Record). MILE RUN—Swea City, Keckler, 5.17.2. 2 MILE RELAY—Armstrong, 9:18.7. 880 RELAY —Kanawba, 1:41.1. MEDLEY RELAY—Swea City, 3:59.8. 440 RELAY—Tltonka, 48.0. MILE RELAY—Swea City, 3:45.6._ Rev. and Mrs. Henry Friedrich and children, Marcus, la,, spent Sunday at the parental Rev. W. H. Friedrichs, Algona, and Mrs. Ella Meyer. HERBST Johnnies And Ledyard Met In Finale Bancroft St. John's and Ledyard moved into the finals of the Sectional Baseball tournament at Bancroft with easy wins Thursday. They were slated to meet in the finals Monday. The teams met about ten days ago and the Johnnies posted a 3-2 victory. St. John's shut out Burt, 13-0, and Ledyard belted Rake, 14 -2, Thursday. Ledyard garnered lOhits.withRayGovern leading the attack with a double pair of singles. Ron Johnson scattered five singles on the way to the victory. 3 New Listings • 2 FAMILY HOMES • ONE EXCELLENT BUILDING LOT FIRST: 1 1/2 Story, .3 bdrm., carpeted living room & dining room, downstairs bdrm, nice sized kitchen; upstairs 2 bdrms., lots of closets, bath, single garage attached, combination windows, not far from schools, on large lot with good garden spot. Immediate Possession—--$8750. ******** SECOND: 2 Story, 3 bed-, rooms and den, 1/2 bath down, hardwood floors, 3 bdrms & bath up, good basement, oil heat, on corner,l/2 lot -$7000. ******** LOT - Two & one-half blocks South of Court House. Already has double garage (24 T x 36') Tremendous Value ---$3800. ******** REAL ESTATE HERBST JOEL M. HERBST A TED S. HERBST Phont 295-3733 Over Penney's TAYLOR'S SALESMAN'S HOT SPECIAL This shiny 1954 Chevrolet % Ton Pickup is equipped with dual wheels, 4 speed trans., newly overhauled 6 cyl. engine and has a combination grain and stock box. Excellent cond.t.on, ideal for the farmer and requires very little investment. Ellis Mains, salesman pictured above has been assigned this fine unit to sell-and for TAYLOR MOTOR CO 5-3504 "FORD A MERCURY SALES * SEKVICI" ALGONA

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