The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 22, 1962 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 22, 1962
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Sentral Hi Girls Win State Track Title the home half of fho thffd ffififng. Art Cfenrton, \vho went all the way on the bill for Paeelli, pitched well to notch the tvin. Steve Stnclc.T lot the Bears at the plnte with a pair of hits. Box score: Parrlli (!>> AB Anderson 3 Dniley 2 Crclly 4 Callahnn 3 Kurina •') LaValle -...2 Sipple 3 Combs 2 ('Ionium 2 Garrifjmi (1) Bob Heed 4 Schneider 3 Rahm 3 Bill Reed 2 i-Ieincn •'! ^isenhacher .'! i'roehlich 3 Stucler 3 jocbach 2 LuVerne Defeated In District Meet 26 1 hp Bears committed three er- ors, the winners two. A girls track team from Sentral high went to the state meet at I'leasantville, Saturday, and walked off with the state championship in its first try. Sentral tallied 34 points, well ahead of second place Missouri Valley which collected 24',2. For Coach Lou Paulson it was a .sweet and surprising victory Last February he received a letter from state athletic ass'n officials outlining the girls track program. He decided tn develop a girls team and work started right after basketball ended. The chickens came home to roost Saturday, and his proteges brought home a state championship trophy, two small event trophies, and 23 individual medals. A caravan mot the returning team at the south edge of Algona, Saturday night, and took the girls home to the Lone Rock-Fenton area in triumph. About 40 cars were in tiie caravan, which paraded through Lone Rock and Fenton, and then went to the Sentral school where an impromptu program took place. There were 1!) girls on the Sentral squad, and 14 of them went to the state meet after Sentral won Coach Larry Paulson and his state championship girls track team from Scntral high were partaking of well-deserved enjoyment of their trophies when the above picture was taken last Saturday evening, as the buses stopped in Algona to join a victory caravan of folks who met them from the Lone Rock-Fenton-Seneca area. (UDM foto — Engraving) 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, May 11, 1962 /^ KOSSUTH COUNTY SPORTS Good Neighbors Help Lady On Ringsted Farm Ringsted — Friends and neighbors of the late Leonard Torkelson planted corn and beans for his widow, Irene Torkelson. They „. j „ r . , , . . , will also cultivate and harvest this ., ? ° n ™'fj < ^ USe0d f ° Ur vear's croo for her Mrs Far' un mnin 8 s to register an 8-4 vie- Long, Mrs' Walton Sorenson td S^SWfh" ^^ ° f Mrs nplhprt Ink-p assistprl Mrc spring district baseball tourna- TorLs^n setV/luncl "and "^ « Garrlgan Field here Thurs- dinner for the men. Wayne McKay of the Farm Service company provided gas for the cooperative effort. Mr. Torkelson succumbed to a sudden heart attack two weeks ago, shortly before his 49th birthday. Woden 8-4 Winner Over LuVerne In Meet Finale Algona high school's track team surprised all but one team with a second place finish in the North Central Conference Meet at Eagle Grove Monday afternoon and eve„.. . ning- The Bulldogs scored 54 points the district title. There were 70 and came in behind Clear Lake, schools entered in the state meet. Humboldt and Hampton finished Sentrals'point: winners-were as / Mftt-md'fourth. '''. low hurdles — Linda Ramus, first. 100 yard dash — Judy Geitzenauer, third. 60 yard dash — Judy Geitzenauer, second. 220 medley relay — Sentral third. 240 yard shuttle relay — Sentral third. 440 yard medley relay — Sentral, third. 220 relay — Sentral, fifth. 440 yard relay — Sentral, first — Carol Shaw, Bonnie Geitzenauor, Linda Ramus and Judy GeiUen- uuer The final relay was the clincher and sewed up the state title for Sentral. Hurt was the only other Kossuth .school to tall) any points. Bur (ollected :;, with Patty Long fifth in the 22 yard dash, the 240 shuttle relay team took fourth. Garrigan Nine 10 To 2 Victor Over Newman Algona Garrigan polished off Newman high of Mason City last Friilav in a 10 to 2 contest at the Newman diamond. It was Die .second baseball win of the season for fJarnuan over Newman. iiill Kahm. Garrigan hurler, allowed but three hits, all in the fourth frame when Newman sc<,r- td its two runs. Garrigan really wrapped up the contest in the second, when Hob Schneider and Jirn Kisonbacher each tripled, and LeKoy Heine-] doubled, to lead the winners home with five runs. GurrigiMi box score: Bulldogs Surprise Loop With 2nd Place Finish Humboldt And St. Joe Take Loop Openers 35 To Graduate At Twin Rivers Graduation Twin Rivers exercises for the Community School, rerving the Liver»*nore, Bode and Ottosen area, were held Tuesday night, May 22. Scholarship awards were made by Joe Lambert, principal. Ronald Aure gave the class prophecy, Karen Graves the annual and afternoon. The win moved Woden-Crystal Lake into sub-state action. Errors and mental errors by the LuVerne defense set up two-run rallies in the first, second and third innings by Woden-Crystal Lake. A double by Brian Sorensen in the first and a double by Dale Devine in the third inning aided the rallies. Devine wheeled through the early going without too much trouble, despite the fact he was pitching his third game in four days, until the Lions came up with their first run in the top of the fifth. Woden-Crystal Lake then got its final pair of counters in the bottom of the sixth before LuVerne attempted to pull the game out of the fire in the top of the seventh. \Voden-C. Lake (S) AB Sorensen .............. 4 Juhl .................... 3 Cottington .............. 4 T. Albers .............. 4 Devine ................. 3 DeWaard ............... 1 Meyer .................. 3 Aukes .................. i G. Albers .............. 2 H II Gerdis i 26 8 LuVerne high school's Lions were defeated by Woden-Crystal Lake in the finals of the spring district baseball tournament at Garrigan Field here Thursday afternoon. The defeat for LuVerne was the third of the season against four wins. The Lions are shown above. Left to right along the bench are Dean Trauger, Randy Gregory, Donald Frost, Dean Gjerstad, Bob Maass, John Wickett, Denny Thompson, Bob Norcross, Sherman Arends, coach, Gene Will, Bernard Schade, Denny Will and Leonard Johns, manager. LuVerne advanced to fhe finals of the district meet with a 2-1 decision over Clarion here in the semi-final round. Predominately undergraduates, the Lions show plenty of promise during the next few years. (UDM Newsfoto — Engraving) Wildin Tops Stock Field Before 1800 Fans Here speedsters picked up [oar firsts along the way. Algona 's district qualifiers will wind up the local track season when they travel to Iowa City for the state class A meet this Saturday. Bill Wetzel, junior sprinter, letl the locals in the loop meet. He came away with two first place ribbons as he captured the 220 and 440 yard dashes. Wetzel ran the 220 in 52.4. Wetzel also anchored the ning mile relay team. Rich :2.'i.7 and the 440 in win Hut chins, Jack Williams and Bruce Sundet rounded out the quartet Their time was 3:41.4. One of the biggest upsets cam' in the one mile run when Bo Boldridge, senior who hadn't ru the mile for a couple of years t-dme in first in 5:02.5. Second.' were picked up by Bo Gerber in the high hurdles an Tom Waller and Chuck Streit wh tied for second in the high jump. Third place finishers were Don Barr in the mile run, Maynar Shackelford in the high hurdk« Bob Gerber in the low hurdle and Jim Stanton in the discus. Waller was fourth in the broa jump and the medley relay team of Waller, Hutchins, Bob Garm and Williams also finished fourt Garms rounded out the scorin with a f|lh in the 220. The finish was the highest the conference meet for man seasons by the Bulldogs. AH 4 <;.M{HK;A.\ in Uec.d, K, 2h Schneider, .is Itahin, p Reed, B., 3b ileinen, c 1 Kiscribacher, cf ... Loebach, rf b. Arndorfcr 1 Studer, ib 1 Arndorfer, If 1 c. Frueiich, If 0 , „.„. „_ v..^, V.....UU* wi iv. i ii v, in Lilt LUJJ Ul LI 1C aevlMlUI. newspaper awards, Luella Sedivy Triples by Don Frost and Randy the speech and dramatic awards, Gregory helped LuVerne get three David Nasby the same for music,, runs before Terry Albors came to Derald Swisher the girls athletic, the hill for the winners and cut off Jphn, Erickson the music, Beatrice " Yeager the cheerleader and drill Brother Succumbs Rev. Wm. Bohi of Burt received word last week of the death of his brother, John, 71, at Bloomfield, la. Services were held there Sunday. A home-grown Algona car, piloted by a hometown driver, Les Wildin, ran away with most of the honors during the first night's stock car action at Kossuth Speedways here Saturday night. The program, originally started Friday 27 10 7 Sub-State Game Woden-Crystal Lake, winner of the district baseball tournament at Garrigan Field last week, will meet Mason City high school Lcikota Trackman Takes State Discus Crown Four area track teams racked up points in the state class B and class C track meet.-, at Des Moines Saturday. Buffalo Center placed Kith with seven points and Sentral go! one point in class B and Lakota lied for 12th with 8'a points and LuVerne registered three points in class C. Dennis Ohm got Sentral's lone point in class B when he placed fifth in the 220 yd. dash. Buffalo Center's points came on a second in the 2-mile relay and a fifth in the mile relay. Dick Cushman, Lakota's ace field man, grabbed the state discus title in class C with a loss of 134-1 and also came in fourth in the high jump to be the only truckman from the county to place in two events. LuVerne placed third in the 440 yard relay for its points in class C. St. Joe downed West Bend, 8-4, t St. Joe and Humboldt bested odman, 8-6, at Rodman in open- ig games of the Kossuth County aseball League Sunday. A third ame, Whittemore at Lone Rock, ailed to be played when it was earned Lone Rock had dropped ut of the loop. Rodman will travel to Whittemore and St. Joe to Humboldt for games this Sunday. Games start at 2:30 p.m. Bernard Thilges, St Joe, is president of the league and Bob Klepper, West Bend, is secretary-treasurer. Three home runs punctuated thp St. Joe-West Bend fray. Don Ho] land of West Bend and Osca Froehlich and Henderson of St Joe all homered over the dee left field fence. The winners got eight hits and the losers 10. Henderson went all the way on the mound for the winners and Chuck Heinen did the catching. Starting hurler for West Bend was Larry Fogarty. He was relieved by Bob Klepper in the fifth with Fogarty taking the defeat. Blair caught. The winners committed four errors and the losers two. Mason and Clipperton hurled Humboldt past Rodman with Mason getting the victory. Thatcher started for Rodman with J. Johnson relieving and taking the defeat. Gary Lenz did the catching. The winners made seven hits and three errors and the losers six hits and two errors. According to the league schedule the team slated to meet Lone Rock each week will have an open date. . eager team, and Wm. Wedding/eJd and Dennis Anderson the boys athletic awards. Dorothy Nasby read the class will. Supt. A. C. Leuthauser presented the senior class of 35, and Orren Olson presented the diplomas. Enjoy Rodeo A large crowd, made up of horse lovers from this entire area, attended the annual Seneca Saddle Club Rodeo at the Algona airport Sunday. Bernie Linnan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan, Algona, was queen of the event. Many types of rodeo events anc trick riding were included on the program. Wickett was the losing hurler. He was followed to the hill by Bob Maass in the third frame. Devine got the win. The losers notched our hits and the winners got seven. Each team committed hree errors. Box Score: ^uVernc (4) AB Trauger 2 D. Will 3 G. Will 2 Norcross 2 Gregory 2 Schade 3 Wickett 1 W. J. (Web) STEWART DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR NOMINATION KOSSUTH COUNTY SUPERVISOR THIRD DISTRICT TIME WILL NOT PERMIT ME TO CALL ON ALL DEMOCRATS PERSONALLY, BUT YOUR SUPPORT AT THE PRIMARY ELECTION, MONDAY, JUNE 4TH WILL BE SINCERELY APPRECIATED. 20-21* Thompson .............. 2 Gjerstad ............... 2 Frost .................. 1 Maass .................. 2 R 0 1 0 1 2 0 o 0 0 0 0 Bears Drop 5-1 Decision To Austin Sunday Garrigan's Golden Bears dropped a 5-1 decision to Austin Paeelli at Garrigan Field here Sunday afternoon, despite the fact the locals out-hit the winners, 8-5. Paeelli actually wrapped the game up in the first frame, getting two runs from the offerings of Bill Rahm, who started on the hill for the Bears. They added a single run in the second and Bob Schneider took over on the mound for the locals. The final pair of Paeelli runs came in the top of the sixth. Garrigan got its lone tally in STOP YOU MAY HAVE W9N A TORO POWER MOWER FREE! Check the TORO ad in your May 22nd copy of "LOOK" magazine. The "Lucky Number" coupon may entitle you to a free 19"Toro Whirlwind. BRING YOUR TORO'lUCKY NUMBER' COUPON IN NOW NORTON MACHINE WORKS 117 N. HALL ALGONA CY 4-4658 night, was postponed to Saturday when rain chased away a large crowd after the time trials and the first heat. Another big night of semi- modified racing will be presented this Friday night. A crowd, estimated at 1,800 persons, which may have been the largest since the races began last year, saw the first set of races. Wildin captured the feature and two heat races Saturday night. He had no trouble at all driving the purple 00 to victory after fighting off an early challenge by Darrell,^ Burns, Estherville, and Norm* Baker. Baker finished second and Burns third. Burns followed Wildin to the finish line in the first heat race and indicated he is a top driver. John Robey of Rockwell City took third. fier B. McCarthy DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR 4th DISTRICT • KOSSUTH COUNTY (Burt, Fenton, lotts Creek, Greenwood, Seneca, Swea Townships.) PLANNED PROGRESSIVE; GOVT, ON A COUNTY IEVEI ACTIVELY EXPERIENCED IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS: 14 Yeqrs Experience in Road Construction & Drainage, Employee Supervision, City Government, Member Bancroft Town Council, Born and Raised On A Farm. Other Qualification*: Navy, W-W. ?; Member American Legion and V.F.W.; Married, Father Of Six Children. YOUNG ENOUGH TO BE ACTIVE; Q«> ENOUGH TO BE REUABIE

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