Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1965 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1965
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Eighteen teams here Saturday for Bulldog Relays The second annual Bulldog Relays will be hold here Saturday afternoon and evening. Preliminary events in the track classes will begin at 1:30 p.m., \vith all field events including the. shot put, discus, broad and high jump and pole vault boing completed in the afternoon. Six teanu in each of three classes will compete. Following •III! Baseball and Tennis Players na relays Saturday here For your baseball needs, we have fielders gloves, mitts, masks, baseballs and soft balls .and shoes AT A DISCOUNT. Also Badminton sets, rackets and nets and birdies ... all at BECKER Sporting Goods EAST OF LEGION HALL 5-2780 Algona are the clubs: Class A — Clear Lake, Eagle Grove, Iowa Falls, Hampton, Humboldt and Spencer. Class B — Algona, Bclmond, Buffalo Center, Emmctsburg, Lake Mills and Garrigan, Class C — Burl, Lakota, Lu- Verne, Mcscrvcy-Thornlon, Sentral and Swca City. Eagle Grove and Spencer with Mumboldt as a darkhorsc are expected to dominate the Class A division. Eagle Grove has some outstanding individuals including Brad Hanson, Ken Brauman and Mokelbust. Hampton's G. Tidman is also expected to put on a fine show in the sprints. IN THE CLASS B division, Belmond, Emmetsburg and Lake Mills are expected to provide ough competition for the host Algona school. Meservey-Thornton has one of the best hurdlers in the state in Abrams and appears to be the favorite in the Class C division which includes five Kossuth county teams. The evening events will open with the 100 yard clash at 6:30 p.m. and conclude with the mile relay at 9:15 p.m. The mile run will be an open race with all classes competing. Since the meet was held for the first time last year, all marks last year are listed as records and many will tumble this year with good weather. Algona does not hold a single record. Postpone CYO moetal Carroll Because of a flooded track, the 10th annual Sioux City Diocesan Relays scheduled for Monday has been postponed until Sunday, May 2. All activities will be at the Carroll field beginning at 2 p.m. Connie Casscl of Algona is one of two queen attendants and Garrigan will participate in the meet. Algona fourth at Milford; 5th at Spencer Algona high school placed fourth in the Class A division of the Milford Relays Monday afternoon and evening. The Bulldogs picked up points in much the same manner as at. Spencer last Friday with several exceptions. Dale Teeter won the open 440 event and "Skip" Perkins took the blue ribbon on the broad jump with a 19'7'/.>'' leap. Wayne Patterson placed in three events taking third in the high jump, fourth in the pole vault and second in the 220- yard clash. He also ran with the medley relay team, the same foursome that won at Spencer. They won again at Milford. Other Algona points were compiled with a fifth by the 440- yard and 2-milc relay teams, a fifth by Richard Apple in the open mile and a second by Dave Martin in the low hurdles. Algona compiled 38 points to finish in fourth place among the eight teams entered. Spencer and Emmetsburg tied for first while Estherville took third. SPORTS 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1965 The Algona high school track team opened its season somewhat belatedly with a fifth place finish in the 14-team Spencer Relays last Friday afternoon and evening. The Bulldogs brought home three blue ribbons. Wayne Patterson won the high jump with a. 5'6" leap and Dave Martin took the low hurdles with a :22.8 time. The third first place was won by the medley relay team of Patterson, Martin, "Skip" Perkins and Dale Teeter, with a comparatively slow 4:01 time. All times and distances were sub-par because of the extreme- ly adverse weather conditions. Oilier Algona points were won by Patterson, second in the 100 yard dash, and fourth in the pole vault; Teeter, fourth iri the 220 yard dash; and Brocke Laws, 5th in the high hurdles. Patterson broke his pole on an early attempt in the pole vault and look a bad fall. He thus didn't make as good a showing as usual in this event. Garrigan also competed in the meet but failed to register a point. Sherwin Thoreson speaks at Kiwanis Sherwin Thoreson, former football player with Winne* pegs professional team will be; 1 the speaker at Kiwanis April 29 in observance of Canada- U. S. Goodwill Week, April 25-May 1, according to Elgin Allen, president of the Al-, gona Kiwanis Club. ,..••'. This will be the 42hd annual celebration of the event/ which is designed to focus attention on the century and a half that Canada and the United States have lived together in peace. Canada-U. S. Goodwill Week was originated, by Kiwanis and is honored in both countries. Gene.. 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BARGAIN. 1957 Chevrolet 4 door Sedan, V-8 engine, standard transmission, radio. 1956 Oldsmobile 2 door, V-8 engine, automatic trans., radio. CREAM PUFF. 1955 Ford 2 door, V-8 engine. $75.00 $200 to $500 1954 to 1958 models Check the price tags on these Guaranteed OK Used Cars "Tickets are here now for next week's Auto Show — MAY 8 • 9" m™> I MOTORS CHEVROLET TEL 295-3554 "Chevrolet Sales & Service' AIGONA.IOWA ALGONA Kossuth girls run in Drake Relays Girls from Titonka and Sentral of Fen ton competed in the Drake Relays last weekend but failed to place in the finals Saturday. Iris Michaelson of Titonka ran a :12.8 100-yard dash to place third in her section but failed to qualify'for the finals Friday. Lynn Menke of Sentral Won her section but also failed to qualify for the finals as did Susan Blanchard who 'placed second. There 'were 14 sections and only eight qualifiers'. : ; Miss Menke ran a' 112.8 race while Miss Blanchard's,time was :12.3. It took a «:11.8-6r ibetter time to qualify . : C. »'G^'Kn., ~f-r-'~' :'.; Sentral placed secprid"ih their section of: the;girl's 440 relay with a time of,;54\ seconds, flat and qualified for >the finals 'with five other teams/But the Satellites did not place in the first five Saturday. in the finals. Errorless Bears score but drop third game After two games were rained out at East Greene Saturday, Garrigan resumed baseball competition Monday by dropping its third straight game, 2-1 to Graettinger. The Bears opened sectional tournament competition Wednesday here as did St. John's of Bancroft. Both Garrigan and Graettinger scored in the second inning and it was Garrigan's first run of the season. The Bears also have gone 21 innings without an error and are fielding 1.000 for the year. Dick Bleich's single, a fielder's choice and Chuck Geilenfeld's single produced the lone tally. But Graettinger tied it in the second and won it with a run in the fourth. Don Potthoff and Bill Milder gave up six hits to the home club. North Kossuth golf club to the same as last yeif $50 for stockholdefs artd $60 for associates; singles, $40 fdf#6tH« holders and $56 for associates. Green fees oH the Baflcfoft course are $1.50 ott weekdays and $2 on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, ; New president of the cltib is Donald (K. J.) Welp. The dinner kicking off the season will be at I'M p.m. Thursday, Golfers improve but bow to Need Printing? Call the ADVANCEI Bancroft -^- The North Kossuth' golf club opens its season Thursday ot this week with a men's "Steak Stag!' at the clubhouse. Henry Menke will operate the club'this year and will be assisted by C. P. Todd, Clarence Diers is groundskeeper. Membership fees will .remain The Algona high school golf team got out on the links again Tuesday, for the second time this season, but bowed to Eagle Grove for the second time, 178184. The Bulldog reserves won, 181-202. Leading the varsity again was Dan Merryman witn a 41, which also, shared medalist honors. Phil Taylor carded a 44, Steve Hardy had a 48 and Don Hagen and Craig Taylor, freshmen moved up to the varsity for the match,' , came in with 51's. Senior letterman Dave Agena paced the reserves with a' 42 while John Will had a 45, Greg Buchanan a 46 and John Rock a 48. ; The Bulldogs were sliited' to meet Estherville there Thurs'day in another dual meet. ', ' Jean Abbott colt wins in horse show Jean Abbott, daughter of the E W Abbotts,, won first place with her 2-year old 4-H colt 1 in the-Velsha Wpck, slid ^Bridle show at the Fairgrounds in DCS MdlfieS Saturday, The edit, Hilafider Desire, is lit the AnlfificaH Saddle Br%tf class and was shown, by Jean in halter. She stayed with her father and brother in their apartment in Des Moihes and Saturday night while they were playing cards and listening to TV, were Surprised to see Jean's picture come on the screen from 'a Des Moines TV station. Jean knew there were cameras on her sevr era! times at the show but had no idea she would be on TV. Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Steele, Belle Fourche, S. Dak, we're vis- tors in the Lyle Steele ,honie on ytohday, They were enrotite to jihtington, Ala. The men are cousins. Potted Pick up now and grow in home until you want to plant this Spring. Cleanly Boxed — ALL VARIETIES I Algona Flour & Feed Phillips Street il tV •'•!* " ^ *•?•,?':•' B.F.Goodrich K'S OK TIRE SERVICE 319 EAST STATE STREET — ALGONA SALE Must

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