The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1962 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1962
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I AHS Track Team 7th, Spencer Sentral Girls Take 8 Team Burt Meet Sontral amassed 93'/z points In \\ in a girls invitational track meet at Burl Saturday. Woden- Crystal Lake and Burt wound up second and third in the eight-team meet. Scoring Si'iilral Woden-Crystal Lake 56' 2 Burt 38 liracltingcr 21 Vz Lodyard H Palmer 11 Corwith-Wcslcy !)' a l,akota 6 Another invitational is on tap llu's Saturday night, May 5, according to Supt. Harold Martin of Burt. A complete program of (rack and field events will be featured. Highlight of the girls track season in this area promises to be the district meet at Burt May 12, with events slated in the morning and afternoon. It is one of five district meets in the state. Winners of firsts at Saturday's meet were: GO yd. low hurdles — Linda Ramus, Sentral, :10.2 100 yd. dash — Judy Gcilzenau- er, Sentral, :12.5 220 yd. medley relay — Woden Crystal Lake, :;io.l 240 yd. shuttle relay — Sentral :42.5 60 yd. dash — Joyce Gcitzenau- er, Sentral, :7.l) 440 yd. medley relay — Sentral, :5!).2 220 yd. dash — Kltiine Schlei. Sentral, :31.K 220 yd. relay — Woden-Crystal Lake, :2!i.9 440 yd. relay — Sentral, iSii.fl Shot t« Ib.) — Marilyn Johnson, Sentral, 30-11 High jump — Diane Slreeter. Woden-Crystal Lake, 4-4 Broad jump — Diane Slreeler, Woden-Crystal Lake. i:Ml'a Softball throw — Johnson, Led yard, 102-5 Football throw -- Lana Cun ningham, Burt, H4-2 Basketball throw — Marilyn Johnson, Scnlral, 72-5 The Burt boys have a triangular meet scheduled with Hake and Armstrong May 3, then will host the Stateline Conference Meet May 8. Tuesday, May 1, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-5 Ends Tonite (Wed.) "STORY OF RUTH" "HOUSEBOAT" THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7 P.M. SCORCHING AS AN JASSAULT LANDING! Algona's track team placed seventh in a field of 15 teams at the Spencer Relays Friday as Bill Wetzel posted a first in the 440 yd. dash and a third in the 220'and Tom Waller, for the third time this season, managed a first place wind-up in the high jump. Wetzel raced the 440 in :53.8 and Waller went 5-8% to tie for the top spot in the high jump. The team wound up with 17 points, compared with Storm Lake's winning total of 50. Members of the Bulldog squad are shown in the above photo. In the front row, left to right, are Doug Barr, Willie Steinman, Mike Schmidt, Bob Gerber, Lance Johnson, Tom Waller, Gary Kelley and Rich Hutchins. . In back, left to right, are Paul Smith, Dennis Drummer, Bob Boldridge, Bob Garms, Maynard Shackelford, Ken Durant, Tom Anderson, Bill Wetzel, Jim Stanton, Jack Williams, Mike Wickliff, Bruce Sunclet, Jerry Raney and Chuck Streit. The Bulldogs are coached by Howie Stephenson. Garrigan's Golden Bears, new at track, wound up with two points ENDS TONITE (WED.) "WALK ON THE WILD SIDE THUR.-FRI.-SAT. 2 NEW EXCITING FEATURES A HAPPY-GO ALGONA EIGHT MEN... ONE GIRL... AND A BOMB! • TOMMY -—"PCTET BARBARA NOONAN-MARSHALL EDEN RAY ROGER I BOBBY CHARLES WILLIAMS VEE DIE ERIKA PETERS SCOTT BORLAND • ROBERT GETZ .i the Spencer meet. The Bears and Bulldogs are slated to appear in lie Bronco Relays at Belmond Tuesday, May H, after Algona travels to Sstherville for the Estherville Relays this Saturday, May 5. Both teams are slated for district action May 12 at Eagle Grove. (UDM Newsfoto — ilngraving) KOSSUTH COUNTY Lakota Coach Accepts New Union Slough Refuge Mgr/Went Back To School' ^•^ _ . . i • , . i • . i: f _ i ^ COLOR by DE-LUXE." SAT. MAT. AT 1:30 "SINGIN' ALONG" PLUS 6 COLOR CARTOONS SUN. THRU WED. ALGONA "THE BEST BLOCKBUSTER OF THE YEAR...RIPS THE HEART!" BOSLEY CROWTHER. NEW YORK TIMES ^OTTOPREMINGER PRESENTS PAUL NEWMAN/EVA MARIE SAINT RALPH RICHARDSON/PETER LAWFORD LEEJ.CQeB/SAlMINEO/JQHN DEREK JIUHAWQRW --" SUNDAY 2 PERFORMANCES ONLY 2:00 AND 7:30 MON. - TUES. - WED. AT 7:30 P, M. ONLY «•,—,. ^>CC31^3LJ S In Technicolor ADULTS 90e - JUNIORS 75e - CHILDREN ?5e STARTS THURSDAY, MAY 10 - WALT DISNEY'S 'MOON PILOT One of Kossuth county's most successful young coaches, Jerry McMullen, formerly of Burt A was notified 'this Week^thot he had- received a grant from the state department and will teach physical education at Yundum College in Africa. Yundum is located at Bathluirst, Gambia, a small United Kingdom colony on the west coast of Africa. The colony is 12 miles wide and about 200 miles long, and most of its 250,000 inhabitants arc Negro. Bathluirst is a city of 20,000. McMullen, son of Mr and Mrs G. H. McMullen, Burt, has taught and coached for the past lour years at Lakota high school. During his tenure there, Lakota boys basketball teams have won Gi: and lost 24. He also coaches baseball and track. Jerry received official notification of his appointment to the Africa post Tuesday, April 24, vhich, incidentally was his birthday. He first became interested in the African venture when he read an Track Is Being Readied For Races May 18 Work is progressing .slowly on the new quarter-mile track at the fairgrounds here,-but it is hoped all will be completed in time for the proposed opening program of jalopy stock car races the evening of lay 111, according to Lamont Wel- endorf, Kossuth Speedways man- iger. Some blading remains to be done ind a four foot guard rail will be onstnicted around the outside of he track near the grandstand The grandstand is being repaired and dll exits leading to the front edge of the track are being sealed off so no one can get on the track during races or if a mishap should occur Plans call for a protective fence Jie entire length of the grandstam dnd a lighting system of 30 huge julbs. Los Faber has been doint .he work on the track and wil complete the job soon. Meanwhile, several area sponsors are getting cars ready for the season of racing, including at least two here, two at Bancroft, two at West Bend and others at scattered points. New rules will make it possible for the engines to be top performance power plants that should push the cars around the lay-out at record breaking speeds. Races are slated to be held e\t-ry Friday night from May 19 through the middle of September. article on the state department's Teacher Exchange Program in Reader's; Digest. That was --last summer. He replied by card and the wheels began turning : on the project. • The trip overseas will be nothing new to Jerry, who attended the last Olymp,es at Home a couple of years ago. His complete teaching schedule at the African college is not known. ,Jerry io certain he will teach five physical education classes and he might be assigned to teach science, also. He will find out about his assignment when lie travels to England in August before going on to Africa. The college is a small one — with only 100 students, all high school graduates, and a teaching staff of 10 persons. Jerry, one of 400 teachers in the United States who will be teaching on a grant overseas, expects to be gone about a year, including traveling time. Bathlturst is about 5,000 miles from Lakota. Jolm Wilbrecht The new manager of Unio Slough Wildlife Refuge, John W brecht, who moved with his tarn ily to Titonka recently, has ha Mr and Mrs Charles Bohi, indian- ola, spent Easter at the parental Rev. and Mrs Wm. Bohi home. Sectional Meets Open Thursday At Two Sites All pairings for the spring high school sectional baseball tourna- iients were released during the ;>ast week by the Iowa High School Athletic Association. Two sites are slated lur meets in this area. Garrigan and St. John's of Bancroft will have meets May 5, 7 and !). At Bancroft, play will begin Saturday. May 5, at li:30 p.m. when Burt and Titonka meet. Bancroft St. John's will tangle with Swea City at 8 the same night, then Ledyard will meet the winner of the Burt-Titonka contest at 6:30 p.m. Monday and the finals \\ill be at 7-:JU p.m. Wednesday, May 9. At (iurrigan, the host club will meet \\hitlemore public at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 5. Corwith-Wesley will play the Garrigan-Whittemore winner Monday, .May 7, jit 2 p.m. and TV. in Hivers will tangle with LuViTiie at 3:30 the same afternoon. The finals will be pla>ed VVediitsauy, May ( J, at 3 p.m. Garrigan Nine •0 Loser To Newman High Despite miserable baseball we.i (her. (iarrigan high's team am Ne\wiiaii ol Mason Cit;, plu>ei their scheduled game, with Newman the victor, 4 to 0. Garrijjan was in trouble at tin. 1 outset when five Newman batters reached first on walks, plus tw stolen bases and a passed ba! Bill Rahm and Bob Reed botl hurled in the opening frame, bu Newman chalked up three runs, the margin of victory in the first inning of the seven inning contest. However Garrigan outhit Ncvv ; man, five to four. Rahm led the Bears with two hits in three trips to the plate, (iarrigan—U ab r h rhi Bob Reed, 3b, p 3 0 0 0 Bill Reed, cf, Ib 3 0 0 0 Schneider, ss 3 0 1 0 Rahm, p, 3b 3 0 2 t) Locbach, rf 3 0 0 0 Eisenbacher, If 3 0 1 0 Heinen, c 3 0 0 0 Stucler, Ib 0 0 0 0 Froclich, cf 3 0 1 0 Smith, 2b I 0 0 0 b Arndorfer 1 0 0 0 Totals 27 0 5 0 Newman—« ab r h rbi Kavars, 3b 2 0 0 1 Hickok, 2b 4 1 <> 0 Stroeh, cf Harrer, ss . Nonas, c .. Morris, rf . Murphy, rf Haxlon, If Harris, p a Hanson . .2100 3 0 1 0 .2 1 1 0 .2000 .2111 .1011 1000 0 0 0 0 'EXODUS" coming to the Algona theatre Sunday thru Wednesday. Sunday 2 performances only at 2:00 and 7:30 P.M. Monday thru Wednesday one performance only at 7:30. Totals . HI 4 4 3 a — Sacrificed for Harris in 4th. b — Fanned for Smith in 7th. varied and interesting life to ly the least. Mr. Wilbrecht was named manger of Union Slough to replace [arold Burgess, who became manager of Squaw Creek Nalion- I Wildlife Refuge in northwestern Missouri after five years in Kosuth county's refuge. For Burgess, he transfer was a promotion. John, his wife, the former Nancy Kleifoth from Knowles, Wise., vhom he married four years ago. and their two children. Roberta, •i, and Erich, five months, arrived at Titonka, Apr. 4, and moved into the home formerly occupied by the Burgess family. Originally from Brownsville Wise., John's high school educa lion was in a Lutheran school at Fon clu Lac in the same stale. Hi liked sports, and while the schoo didn't play olhcr schools in a in letics he was very active in th intramural program. Following high school, he be came 'a telegraph operator ant train dispatcher at Detroit, .Mich, a post he held for three years — then followed (wo years in the army during the Korean conflict John served as a radio operatoi for almost a year in Korea. His release from the army brought his return to telegraphy and railroads for another three years. It was then he decided to get a college education — eigh' years after his graduation from high school. He enrolled at the I'niversity of Michigan at Ann Arbor and wound up with a major in wildlife management and minor in forestry. So far, John hasn't used his knowledge of forestry, but he has spent the past two years in wildlife management — first a year in Wisconsin, then a year in III. nois. The Wilbrcchts came lo Kossutl, county from Crab Orchard Na lional Wildlife Refuge, a 41,0011 acre lay-out, in southern Illinois where John served as an assist• ant refuge manager. Refuge managers, who also have law authority when it comes to game laws, expect to mo\e Ire quenlly. according to John Fiw years is considered a long stay in most cases --- at least until pro motions result in more perman cut jobs in larger refuges. Tin Wilbrechts don't mind moving around, but indicate they Ilk Kossuth county and would just a soon stay here for a full fvyea "tour of dutv". il'IJM Polaroid MIIKOM ...SESSUE HAYAKAWA . — PLUS SECOND FEATURE — The frank, fear/ess story of a girl wfio says: PASSEDFORVi SONYA 5larMnB JAMES ISABEL!! WOE • FRANCISCUS • COOLEY ^ PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS MIDNIGHT SHOW FRIDAY AT 11:1 5 BOX OFFICE OPEN UNTIL 11 -.15 P. M. HISTORY'S MOST - Robert Gist • Homo Vincent EVERY THURSDAY IS . © SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY BOB HOPE » LUCILLE BALL oPANAMA&FRANK ROOUCTIOM uiri HlttlV DON DC fORf LOUIS NH Ml'viN FRANK N> KMAN PANAMA • PLUS 2ND FEATURE • I'aul NfHiiiati. a* Ari ,1k-n Canaan, and l-:\a M.uir hainl. ;^ Kuu Fremont, arc shown in l a tender seme irtim OUu 1'rcmmgfi S unitlm • Uou ol "fcxodui,." The i'ilm. which \\ab shot ou location ill hrai-1 auii Cyprus iu Technicolor. UNA TURHER _ EFREM_ '<•* ^ItBMiSU JA80N ~~ n JR. 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