The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1962
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Garrigan Dumps Vfhittemore In Sectional Meet Garrigan's Golden Boars racked up their third straight win, an 8-3 decision over Whittemorc at Garrigan Field Saturday morning in the first round of the sectional tournament. The Bears used a pair of three- run innings, the third and fourth, and a two-run cluster to pull the game out of the fire. Whiltemore, with Schmeling, Espe and Zimmerman clouting triples, grabbed a 2-0 first inning lead. The losers got their, other run in the bottom of the fifth. Bob Reed started for Garrigan and was shelled from the mound in the first inning. Bill Rahm took over, pitched until the sixth and got the victory. Bob Schneider hurled the final two frames. Schmeling went the first four innings for the losers and Zimmerman finished up. Zimmerman and Schneider led their teams at the plate with a pair of bingles. Lyle Loebach of the Bears slammed a home run over the left field wall with a mate on base in the top of thu seventh. Box score: Wliiltemorc Ct) AH H II Schmeling I! 1 1 Dan 3 1 0 Espe 3 1 1 Zimmerman 4 0 2 Perkins 3 0 0 Maahs 1 0 0 Meyer 3 0 0 Btilzkc 3 0 0 Maahs 1 0 0 Gilmorc 1 0 0 25 3 4 Garrigan (S) AH U II Bob Reed 3 2 0 Schneider 3 2 2 Rahm 3 I 1 Bill Reed 3 0 0 UPRIGHT NEW Vacuum Cleaner MODEL U-4 I Lavish with features . .. the all-new General Electric Upright Cleaner is a pleasure to use because it cleans so fast... so easy and so thoroughly. • Easy conversion to attachment cleaning. • Suction control lever adjust suction for depth of pile. • Powerful 2-speed motor — never needs oiling — use high speed for above-floor cleaning and low speed for finest deep-suction rug cleaning. • Power driven double spiral horsehair brush gets dirt out of carpets quickly and easily. • Convenient toe-touch Release Pedal — three positions for easier cleaning. • Convenient finger-tip ON-OFF switch — no stooping or bending. • Full zipper opens wide- for easy bag changes. • Large wrap-arour.J light panel makes it easy to see . .. easy to clean. ( 89.95 NO OTHER CLEANER LIKE IT 2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, May 8, 1962 KOSSUM COUNTY PORTS Heinen 2 0 1 Frochlich 3 1 0 Loebach 4 1 I Studer .1 0 0 Smith 1 0 0 Eisenbacher 0 1 ( Arndorfcr 1 0 0 25 8 B Play in the meet is slated to continue tomorrow (Wednesday) dfternoon. LuVerne 5th In Meet At Fort Dodge LuVerne high's track team tallied 29 points at the Dodger Relays, Saturday, at Fort Dodge, to place fifth in the Class "B" division. LuVerne was the only Kossuth team entered in eithf.V class. Point scoring for LuVerne was as follows: Broad Jump — Wickett, 4th. Discus — Norcross, third. Shot Put — Reine, 4th. 120 yard high hurdles — Hansel man, 4th. 2 Mile Relay — LuVerne, third. 100 Yard Dash — Thompson.Sth. Medley Relay — LuVerne, 3rd. 440 Yard Relay — LuVerne, 5th. Mile Relay — LuVerne, 4th. Bears Take Two BB Wins During The Past Week Burt Trackmen Edge To Win In Triangular BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE "The Wildest Trader in Town" GEHL CHOP-ALL Burt edged Lincoln-Central of | Gruver to win a triangular track meet at Burt Thursday. The winners wound up with 70 1/3 points, Lincoln-Central 65 1/3 and Rake 26 1/3. Dominance of the field events actually won the meet for the lome team. The Bears swept five f six field events. Lincoln-Central iclcl a similar upper hand in the •ack events. High jump — Denny Meister B), 5-10".. Discus — Jerry Kissner (B), 96-11 Football throw — Denny Meis- tcr (B), 169' Shot put — Jerry Gifford (B), 39' Pole vault — David Bunkofske (B), a-9'a Broad jump — Paulson (LC), 16-10 100 yd. dash — Anderson (LC), :10.8 2-mile relay — Lincoln-Central 9:7.4 2^0 yd. dash — Anderson (LC) :24.9 Mile run — Allen Geilcnfcld (B) 5:16 IliO yd. high hurdles — Brian Zwiefel (B), :19.5 HIM) yd. relay — Kako, 1:45.7 440 yd. run — Lincoln-Central :55.4 1HO yd. low hurdles — Anderson iLC), :22.3 Medley relay — Burt, 4:10 HHO yd. run — Lincoln-Central 2-17 9 440 yd. relay - Burt, :49.5 Mile relay — Lincoln-Central 4 05 Meister's mark in the higi jump is a new school record Burt, and one of the top jumps ir the entire state this season. Garrigan's Golden Bears, who opened the season with a 4-0 loss to the Mason City Mohawks, came through with a pair of wins in games during the past week. Coach Jim Geelen's team posted a 6-2 win over Newman of Mason City at Mason City Wednesday, May 2, then belted Sentral, 9-0, at Garrigan Field the following afternoon. Two-run rallies in the fourth and sixth innings gave Garrigan the win over Newman. The Bears counted single runs in the second and seventh frames and held a 30 lead before Newman counted a single run in the fifth and a 5-1 lead when the losers got their final run in the sixth. The Bears totaled six hits, the losers four. Garrigan committed two errors and Newman six during the game. Bill Reed, who pitched the first five innings, got the victory. Bob Reed and Bill Rahm followed him to the hill in the sixth and seventh innings. Bill Reed got half his team's hits and also scored a pair of runs. Mahlstadt and Able hurled for Newman with the former taking the defeat. A three-run first inning put Garrigan ahead to stay in the Sentral game. The Bears added single runs in the fourth and fifth innings and wound up the scoring with four counters in the home half of the sixth. Garrigan got six hits and committed two errors and Sentral got only one hit and erred four times. Bob Reed got two of Garrigan's hits and Bob Schneider and LeRoy Heinen each ac'iled a double to the attack. Dackcn got Sentral's lone blow. Rahm hurled until the fifth for the Bears and got the win. Bob Schneider finished on the rnouncl. Eimers went all the way for Sentral. Box score: Sentral (()) AB R II Bierstedt 1 0 0 Nelson 2 0 0 Luedtke 3 0 0 Preston 3 0 0 Geitzenauer 3 0 0 ierstedt 2 0 0 Vichtendahl 1 0 ( Dacken 2 0 1 timers 2 0 0 Darrell Mergen Of Algona Is Engaged To Wed Mr. and Mrs. John Dlugopolski of Marinette, Wise, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Dolores, shown here, to Darrell Mergen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergen, Algona. Miss Dlugopolski is presently teaching in Milwaukee and Darrell is a student at Marquette University Dental School in Milwaukee. (UDM Engraving) Bulldogs Fifth At Estherville, District Next Algona's Bulldogs placed fifth in the Estherville Relays at Eslher- ville Thursday. The Bulldogs scored a total of 45 5/6 points to place behind Rock Rapids 83 1/3, Cherokee 77'-j, Sheldon 56 1/3, and Sibley 49. Bill Wetzel set a new meet record of :52.9 as he won the 440 yard dash. Tom Waller registered Algona's other first place finish when he tied for the top spot in the high jump at 5-6. The medley relay team, consisting of Jack Williams, Rich Hutchins, Wetzel and Waller took second, and thirds were grabbed by Bob Gerber in the high hurdles and pole vault, Williams in the football throw, Jim Stanlon in the discus and the mile relay team. The locals were slated to appear at the Bronco Relays at Belmond today (Tuesday) and in the district meet at Eagle Grove this weekend. Garrigan will also appear in those meets. John Nemmers Rites Are Held At Bancroft John N. Nemmers, 72, former resident of Bancroft, died Monday night, Apr. 30, in an Independence hospital. Cause of death was pneumonia and he had been ill for about nine weeks. Funeral services for Mr. Nemmers were held at 9 a.m. Friday in St. John's Catholic church at George, -Charles City,: and Tony, Bancroft with Msgr. J. H. Schiil- tes officiating. Burial followed at St. John's cemetery and Garry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Nemmers was born Feb. 7, 1890 at Belview, la. and moved with his parents to Bancroft three years later. He gained fame as a baseball player at Bancroft around 1915 and was later employed for many years by the John Deere" Co. at Waterloo. He retired in 1950. He Is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Lena Warner, Ledyard, Mrs. Ed Kerr, Anna, Kans., and Mrs. Harvey Coates, Dearborn, Mian.; and five brothers, Nicholas, 1 SyU vester and Clarence, Bancroft, Arcadia, Kans. He never married. Preceding, him! Iri death were his parents* two sistefs and a brother. Change Smoker Date Garrigan High' Booster Club's smoker, driginally scheduled for May 17, has be,en moved up to Monday, May 16, it was announced today, due to a conflict of cverits. The meeting will start at 8 pirn, in the cafeteria at the school. It takes 50 railroad cars to transport the New York City telephone directories from Chicago which prints the major volume 6f the nation's telephone directories. BUCKET Keeps Ice For Hours 99 A $1.98 Value DINNERWARE SET $ 2.66 OPEN STOCK AVAILABLE FANCY HEAD SQUARES 59 2 FOR $1.00 SWALLOWS 16-FOOT SWATH \f Positive - fcedinp auiilrr ... 5 feet lung, ~~ inches in rliamuler . • . pu;l. ; in the heaviest wmdi <,>.<.., It's spring-mounted t<> yivc cmi- tinuous floating pic^me. \f New wide-throiil lir- Sign with wide packer whn-1 grips hay fur faster fi'cdmu to compression roller an I knives Ever-Sharp km. is g.'.e you a full season'.'- ch"p- £mg williuul sharpening. ^f Quickest switch. A telescoping dr\\ t- - shaft insert easily slips iritu place. Two large easy-Ui-gi ip hand-.-i/.e nuts c-ompluti; the iioukup. No wrench needed. STOP IN AND LOOK IT OVER EQUIPMENT 20 0 larrigan (!)> AB H Job Heed 3 3 Schneider 3 1 Rahm 4 0 Bill Reed 2 1 Heinen 3 0 Froehlich 1 1 Arndorfcr 2 0 Studer 2 1 Loebach 1 1 Eisenbacher 0 1 Tifonka Pastor To New Post Tilonka — Rev. H. A. Dicrs, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran :hurch, conducted his final service day 6. He left the following week 'or Mason City, where he will DC visitation pastor at Trinity Lutheran church. Pastor Diers has been here sinct 1950. Prior to that time, he served churches at No'rthwood, Green Andrew and Monticello. The Diers are the parents o four children and have 11 granc children. Don Solberg, who will be graduate of Luther Seminary, S Paul, Minn, will succeed Rev. Diers. He will be installed June 17. FOR MOTHER'S DAY ALSO GIFT WRAP AND TIES FANCY APRONS Hundreds of Styles 1.00 SHE'LL LOVE THESE ! SPECIAL FOR MOTHER'S DAY FANCY PEARL BROACH 59 Inscribed with the word MOTHER YOUR CHOICE MATCHED LUGGAGE $ 4.44 TRAIN CASE. 21" CASE, or PULLMAN OTHER MOTHER'S DAf GIFT • Cookies Jars • Cake & Pie Carriers •Towels and Towel Sets '• Fancy Pajamas and Gown's • Blouses' • 'Framed Pictures Plates • Canm'ster Sets • Purses SUGGESTIONS • Nylons ..•.- Fancy 21 ALGONA Sentral Girls Walk Away With Track Victory Lone Hock — The Sentral girls high school track squad led the field by a wide margin in a meet held Thursday night at Sentral .school. Four schools participated. Thu winners were Judy Geitzenauer, 100 yard dash; Linda Ramus, 60 yard low hurdles; Sentral .'20 yard relay; Sentral, 240 yard shuttle hurdle relay; Judy Geitzenauer, (iO yard dash; Sentral, 440 medley; Judy Jolley, 220 yard dash: Senlral. i'20 yard relay; Sentral. 440 yard relay. The shot put was won by Marilyn Johnson, the high jump by Beverly Wehrspan and Joann Hunch) itl Huthven placed first in the broad jump. Joann Wich- lendahl won the basetball throw; Sharon Andrews of Burt won tt.e football throw and Shirley Laffey of Lincoln-Central won the soft- hall throw. The final scores wore Seutral 82'.•;., Lincoln-Central 29';, Kuth- ven ->7. and Burt 17. Several From Area Near Top In Track Marks According to latest statistics on track records for the 1962 season, released recently by Harry Burrell of Iowa State University, Ames, several individuals and relay teams from this area rank near the top in class records. Buffalo Center's 2-mile relay team, with a mark of 8:32.2, has the best time in class B so far Maurice Carr, Swea City, 121-H in class C discus, Peterson, Twin Rivers, 193-5 in class B football throw, and the Buffalo Center class B mile relay team with ; mark of 3:40.7, all rank fourth in the state. Jerry Kissner of Burt has a 1!) K broad jump in class C competition, good enough for fifth place Tom Waller, Algona class A high jumper with a 5-8'.2 mark Dick Cushman, Lakota, class C shot putter with a 45-1 record, and LuVerne's class C 440 relay it-am with a :48.7 mark, are ranked sixth in their classes. Friesenborg, Buffalo Center 58 in class B high jump, anil Hm- richsen, Swea City, 10 ft. in das.-, C pole vault, rank seventh iii the state; and Bill Wetzel, Algunu :!Vi.8 in class A 440, and the Hurl class C medley relay learn will) a mark of 4.00.4, rank eighth. Softball Meeting A meeling for all persons interested in men's and women's Softball in Algona will be held, May 14 at 7:30 at the city hall, according lo Everett Barr of the playground commission. Little It-ague baseball is again on the agenda here this summer. Complete plans will be announced later. 'py&&.Q&&&a&&a^&#&&a&Q&^&&^ I Mother's Day to Burt Host To 14 Girls Track Teams, Saturday Burt will be host, Saturday, a girls district track meet. Competing al Hurt will be girl.s teams from Boone Valley, Corwith-Wesley, Gilmore City-Brad- gale, Goldfield, (Iraettinger, Havelock-Plover, LuVerne, Mallard, Ftolfe, Ruthven, Sentral, Swea City and Woden-Crystal Lake. Fifteen events are listed for each district mecl. First and second place winners will qualify for the slate meet, May l!j. KETIKING Dr. R. E. Niebrueggc of Geoige is retiring after serving in ministry nearly 50 years. 3 Take Firsts, Grade Track Meet, Ft. Dodge In an invitational track meet for 7th, 8lh and uih grade teams al Fort Dodge, Saturday, Algona's, entries took 4ih place in the 7lh and tilh grade standings, and 5th in thu 9th grade competition. DaniuUon lied for firsl in Hit high jump in the 7lh grade con test; Martin lied for first in the 50-yard dash for «th graders, and Patterson tied for first in ihe high jump for (jih graders, to lead their respective teams. 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