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AbVANCE MONDAY, MAY 17, IMS -"^^'"••••— IIV - • ;-A-.-..... ...,. ._._.„..... . . •„..+ ..._ Reckless charge after car hits parking signs Local police investigated a one car accident, about ten o'clock Thursday evening at the intersection of Main and Commercial streets. Gene Vernon Kauffmann, 19. Wells, Minn., was charged with reckless driving after he lost control of his car and hit three signs on the parking. His car slid 210 feet before coining to a slop. Damage to the left front fender and left front door of the Kauffmann vehicle was estimated at $400. Damage to the speed, street, and weight signs was $75. A minor accident between a streetswecpcr and a car was checked Thursday morning after Reinhardt A. Bchnkc, 80, collided with the sweeper driven by Albert Pcrgande at the corner of State and Phillips. Damage was estimated at' $25 to the Behnke auto and no charges were filed. Booster club at Garrigan elects officers New officers were elected to the Booster Club of Garrigan high school Thursday night. Wendell Ringsdorf was elected president, Francis Kollasch, Whittemore, was named vice president, and Art Plathe, Wesley, was elected secretary. Athletic director Bill' Brennan, who is leaving at the end of the school year to go into the insurance business at Emmetsburg, reviewed the golf, track and baseball spring sporte and Beanie Cooper gave a report oft the new "weight" program he has undertaken, An explanation of the newly revamped grade school athletic program was given in which Garrigan coaches will take over 80 to 90% of the coaching of the youngsters. Garden club's flower show dated May 25 The Algona Garden Club will hold a flower show, "From Bud to Full Bloom", at the Methodist church May 25 from I to '5 p.m. "Our World of Color" will be the subject of a lecture and flower arrangement demonstration by Mrs. Clarence Anderson, Laurcns. The lecture and the flower show will be open to the public. The lecture is scheduled for an hour beginning at two o'clock. A silver tea will be served after the lecture. There are over 20 different arrangement classes; 15 perennial classes, 10 for flowering shrubs and 6 classes for house plants. In charge of the flower show are Mcsdames C. R. McQuiston, H. S. Montgomery, and William C. Dau. Anyone interested in exhibiting may contact one of these women for a schedule or information. Engaged •H-»- Whittemoregirl gels monthly honor Marilyn Hogan, daughter of jMr, and Mrs. R. A. Hogan, Whit- tcmore, has been named "Girl of the Month" at Briar Cliff Col- ,lege, the final selection for the F school year 1964-65. She receiv- ! cd a certificate of the award, MR. AND MRS. Carl Ludwig announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joyce Elaine, to Robert Pcterscn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cric Pctcrsen Sr., Burl. The wedding will be June 12 in St. Cecelia church here. Complete work on new Burt well Burt — The Thorpe Well Co., DCS Moines, has completed work on the new well in the Burt park. It is 600 feet deep. May 11 they pumped water for 10 hours at 285 gallons per minute. At one period for 40 minutes it was 411 gallons per minute. A 30-horse pump was purchased from Thorpe Well Co. When all three pumps were used they pumped 450 gallons per minute. The water level in the old well in the pump house was raised 26 feet. which is an all-student selection, and will have custody of the traveling trophy until fall... Marilyn is a senior in the Depart-, ment of English. Graduation at West Bend will be this Friday Eighth grade graduation; at West Bend will be May 21, "with class night at 7:30 With 27 students receiving diplomas. Awards will be given for senior class activities, high school students for extra-curricular activities and those with outstanding records. Baccalaureate services will be Sunday, May 23, at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium.'Rev. Galen Peckham will be speaker. Mr. Hcdine will play the organ and the mixed chorus will sing. Commencement exercises will be Monday, May 24, at 8 p.m. Wallace E, Barron, director' of alumni affairs at Ames, will be speaker. The concert band will play the processional and recessional. Golfers lost at Emmetsburg Friday The Algona high school golf team came close but remained winlcss in a dual meet at Emmetsburg Friday afternoon, losing 164-169. Algona was originally scheduled to host Forest City but the latter school cancelled out because ofi'a prom. Dan Merryman paced- the locals with a 40 while Dave Agena had a 42, Greg Buchanan / 43, Phil Taylor 44 and Brad 'Kraft 45. • The reserves won their fourth meet in five tries with an easy 188-218 victory. Freshman,' Don Hagen carded a 40 while John Will had a ,47, Craig Taylor 49, Greg Perkins 52 ahd Neal Smith 58. • Coach Art Olson's team competed in the conference meet at Humboldt Saturday with .|..|..|.,|..|.. H ,, H i | 11 i | 1 l-i-H .|..|..| i i , , Hagcn and Bu ing line. nan A* the fir dates f our MNti The Garrigan high school golf team wil lhave four dual meets this week to conclude their spring schedule. They'll travel to Mason City to meet the high school Monday, go to Fonda for the DYO meet Tuesday and then entertain St., Edmond's on Wednesday and Newman of Ma« son City on Thursday at the Al* team will have four dual meets with Newman last Thursday was rained out. Teeter gets points as track team ends 7th Algona high school finished in 7th place with just seven points in the annual North Central Conference track meet won by Humboldt Friday night at Eagle Grove. The Bulldogs picked up their points on a second place finish by Dale Teeter in the 880-yard run ,and a third place by the sanie Bulldog in the 440-yard run, vAlgona did not enter a medley relay team because Wayne Patterson pulled a muscle in the Eagle Grove Relays Wednesday and was out of action., ' Patterson's loss also cut down Algona's point potential although the Bulldogs wouldn't have ended much higher anyway. Final Point totals: Humboiot 75'/a Eagle Grove ; 70 Webster City 54 Clarion 41 Clear Lake 27'/a MIOJOffM -fc»dii.fciik»*fc*iBAiai W •lewe Fein jii*.k.ii*jt.aAj» ^. . One of three new records in the relays was set by Eagl* Ofoye in toeiking t mu k set by Algona in 1963 (torn Waller, Rich Hutchins, Bill Wetwl and Jack Williams) at 3:34.8 in the mile. Algona will complete it* track season this week. The fresh-soph team will travel to Eagle Grove for the conference meet Tuesday and then Coach Arnold Hill wilt take fiva boys to the state meet at Des Moines Saturday where they will enter four events, Algona high school flniihed fifth in the 5-tcam Class B division of the Eagle Grove Relays Wednesday night. Best showing was by the Bulldogs' medley relay team, which will enter the state meet Saturday. The foursome finished second to Humboldt but only about two yards back. Humboldt dominated the meet with 94 points and along with Belmond, won every first place. Algona picked up other points on four places by Wayne Patterson, pole vault; Russ Shaw, high jump; mile and two-mile relay teams; and Dave Martin, hurdles. - ,.; •- •••/• '• ••"'-. . Old post off ice to be so Id June 16 Sealed bids will be accepted on the old! Post Office Wednesday, June 16 at 1. p. m. In the old buildine. at the corner of Call and Dodge streets. The government is advertising for;v the sale of the; property in today's paper ;and full particulars can be obtained. ' , '. " ••<; FIRE TRUCK SOLD \" ',.. : ; : :.. At the regular; meeting of the city council 'Wednesday members voted unanimously to accept an: offer tor $3jOOO from the town of Gilbert for the 1947 fire truck that * has 'been replaced with a new/one for Algona. mil l ll 111111II inn l ill 11111 shines for 8 look your curve- alluring best in .by The "relaxed" look is making a big splash in swimsuit circles ... and. Bradley's deft interpre. tation (at right) is a one* piecer with softly pleated Arnel-Nylon top, stretch nylon bottom. (Left) Orion-Lycra knit 2-piecer with pucker pattern. Luscious, colors, sizes 32-38. for the MEMORIAL DAY weekend and the "sun-filled" days ahead it's sportswear from Chrischilles' See our SPORTSWEAR "Show Windows" . . . featuring both plain and plaid d»crpn and cotton poplin separates to mi* 'n match by MAJESTIC. 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