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f~A!gfln« (!a.) Upper 6es Motnat Tuesday, May 29, 1962 13 Get I.S.U. Degrees From Area, Saturday Degrees and certificates were awarded to nearly 1,100 persons in the 91st annual commencement exercises at Iowa State University Saturday morning. Thirteen were from the immediate area. President James II. Hilton made the presentations in the Armory. Afterward, the graduates, their families and friends attended the President's Reception in Memorial Union. Nearly all the awards were Bachelor of Science degrees. Other awards included 62 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, 8 Bachelor L( Architecture, one Bachelor (if Architectural Engineering, one Master of Vocational Education, 80 Master of Science and 50 Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Algona: Elaine Montgomery Coppock, Food and Nutrition (Dietetics), Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Montgomery, 521 S. Woosler St.; Ann E. Mikes, Textiles and Clothing, Mrs. Roman Mikes, 617V 2 so. Dodge; Cordoll H. Schilmoeller, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Raymond Schilmoeller, H.R. 2. Bancroft: David VV. Welp, Elec trical Engineering, Arthur C. Welp Mode: Alice S. Bormann, Home Economics Education, Mr. nnc Mrs. Edward Bormnnn. Lakola: Robert E. Sheldahl, Apr ospace Engineering, E. L. Shel clahl. I.pdyard: Charles D. DeBoer Chemistry, (Honors Program), Mr. and Mrs. G. D. DeBoer. Swra City: Karen P. Goracz- kowski, Home Economics for General Education, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goraczkowski, RFD 1; Lowell R. Greenfield, Mathematics, Alverta Greenfield, (Box 434, Codott, Wise). Titonka: Allan J. Boyken, Chemical Engineering, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyken. Wesley: Janice M. Richtsmeier, Food and Nutrition (Dietetics), Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Richtsmeier. \Vcst Bond: Gary A. Bernau, Farm Operation. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bernau; Jon C. Rittgers Agricultural Business, R. W. Ritt gers. Johnnies Edge Garrigan 2-1 In Extra Innings St. John's of Bancroft came u with a run in the ninth, second ex tra inning, to take a 2-1 victor over Garrigan's Golden Bears a Bancroft Thursday night. The contest was a thriller a] the way. Don Smith went all the way on the hill for the Johnnies besting Bill Rahm and Bob Sch neider in a brilliant pitcher's duel Schneider relieved Rahm in the fourth inning and was tagged with the defeat. The game was scoreless in all but two innings. The Bears came up with a run when Steve Studer crossed the plate in the top of the third inning and Nemmers plated a run for the Johnnies to knot the count in the home half of the same inning. Smith and Schneider then battled on even terms until the bottom of the ninth. Dick Clark walked, went to second on a ground out and scored the winning run moments later when Larry Rahe got his second hit single. of the night, a The Bears out-hit the Johnnies, ' , B-4,,and ' the only other local trackman to place in the meet. Wetzel took second in the 440 as a new state meet record was set, then wound up fifth in the 220. He won both events at the recent conference meet at Eagle Grove. Conference champion Clear Lake wound up 17th in the state meet with 715 points. The meet marked the end of activities for Coach Howie Stephenson's team. Season Ticket Sale June 3-5 At Local Pool An advance sale of season tickets will be held three days, June 3-4-5, at the Algona swimming pool, according to Beanie Cooper, pool manager. The pool office will be open from 1 to f s p.m. June ^3 and Sexton Club Is On Way, Union Slough Target Spxlon — The Sexton Friendlj Club met at the home of Mrs. Au gust Kirschbaum with Mrs. Martin Mimbach assisting. Mother's Day poems were read in answer to rol call. The business meeting was a discussion of a site for the anntia June children's picnic. Since L number of members have never seen the place after living here for many years the Union Slough Park was chosen. Mack Wise will lave a chance to visit with many of the ladies as the store is ths meeting place for the start of the journey June 28 at 11:45. Mary McMahon, our veteran traveler, will bring a road map as no one s quite sure of the exact location, but Mary says she can get any ilace with a map. Mrs. Eugene Cink was a guest t the meeting. Mrs. Roland Bode, daughter of Mrs. Kirschbaum, 'as in charge of entertainment. It's a good thing gambling typ Bingo isn't legal in Iowa or somt of the especially lucky Friendlj Club players would soon breai the bank. Set For Vacation Mrs. Meda Redfield of Des Moines was a guest from Wednes day to Sunday at the Elmer Phil lips home. She accompanied El mer and Ruth on a practice fishing trip Saturday. Elmer is now al set to go on their vacation. Those chickens around the place are no longer his. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gatton, living west of town, boughl the critters and lacking rooming space at their farm, are continuing to care for them at the Philips estate. Rumor has it the ungrateful hens outdid themselves after Elmer got rid of them by producing a large egg containing another complete egg inside of it. Mrs. Glenn Grabrielson, Mrs. Bob Kuhn and Mrs. Kyle Keith were real sisters of mercy when they took the fixins for a birthday party to Mrs. Howard Seely's home. Mrs. Seely has been in poor health but said she felt much better after the surprise party. In Musical Revue Judy Pickett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russ Pickett, was one of the cast of a .musical presented $**&Jif£? a i? fitf % a ? l , ef 2"Z ?**" fr ? m 1 t0 ' 5 p ~' m - •rtw«*3 and of the cast of a,musical presented the winners booted the ball from 1 to 6 p.m. the following two by-student nurses'of St. Elizabeth \oays. Hospital, Grand Island, Neb. in score: The pool will officially open for I botn Lincoln and Omaha, Neb. once. Box score: Garrigan (1) AB R H Bob Reed 3 o 0 Schneider 4 Q ] Rahm :> o o Bill Reed 4 o 0 Heinen 3 o 1 Eisenbacher 3 o 1 Froehlich ...: 4 o 0 Studer 4 \ \ Loebach 2 0 1 30 St. John's (2) , AB R. Hutchinson 5 Raht- 3 Smith 3 G. Hutchinson 1 Hatten 2 Vaske Nemmers Lensing Clark ... 25 2 4 Dozen Games Listed On GHS Baseball Slate The r.oriij,..-te schedule remainder of Garrigan high .v-hooi surnmei baseball season v,as . • ieaied o;, Coach Jim Get-Ian lin-, v.(-<-K. Trie Bears have 12 gane-.. <-\en &'. home ari'J f ; >.(- cv.a;,. on tap before sectional tourna;r;'-nt action befiin.-, Juh '.). Here i-, the schedule June '., - St Edmund, Ft Dodge June 7 - Emmetsburg High. H June 10 - Bancroft Legion, H June 14 — Mason City Legion, H June 15 — West Bend, T June la — Ft Dodge High, H June 12 — Laurens, H June 2f> — St Kdrnond. H June 'il - Twin Hivers, T June :iO — LuVerne, H July '> ~ Mason City Legion, T July 5 — Bancroft Legion, T All games on the schedule are slated to begin at 8 p.m. Streit Is High Winner swimming Thursday, June 7. All persons who purchase tickets June 3-4-5 will realize a savings from the price of tickets purchased after that. One feature this year is a family ticket, which will enable an entire family to swim all summer, to be sold for $18 preseason and $20 after June 5. Prices of other individual season tickets are: 11 years and under — $3.50 12-16 years — $4.50 17 years and over — $5.50 All prices will go up 45 cents after June 5. The entire staff that served a the pool last summer will return Cooper will have Ben Herbst, Bil Craft, Reb Johnson and Pat Cow an as lifeguards and Siri Norton and Cheryl Cook as basket girls Stocks To Roar recently. There were 24 in the cast. For the second straight week rain this time accompanied bj plenty of thunder and lightning A ashed out the program of semi modified stocfc car races at thi for the fairground.-, here A good crowd o fam got to bee the time trials am. three heat race 1 : before the lights V. <rlil Out. Kairi rhcc'ks. handed out as the crowd led the fairgrounds, will be honored this Wednesday evening, Ma) 30. Memorial Day. when a complete spy cn-m-nt schedule of races will \n-V\n at *:30 p.m. The third wt ol races will follow Saturday nighl. Before proceedings srreeched to a halt Friday, Les Wildin, who captuied three races during the first night of races, took the time trial., in 2(1 48 and Willie Kluse, Hunon Darrel Burns, Estherville, arid Boh Garrett, Fort Dodge, won heal races The wins by Burns and Garrett were easy — but Kluse had to fight off a constant challenge by Wildin to take the first event by a half- car length. Ted Zieman Jump In State Meet Algona i Chuck Streit grabbed a tie for first place in the high jump as the Bulldogs finished 14th in the state class A Track Meet at Iowa City Saturday. The Bulldogs accumulated 8 3 4 points, more than any other team from the North Central Conference. Besides Streit's points, garnered , B »...^- ....« — . when he went 5-8, Bill Wetzel was will be 2:30 p.m. , Mason City, was third in the opener; Norm Baker from Clarion, and Gene Schatt- Schneider were second and third in the second race; and Gary Kirschbaum, Mason City , and Duane Sieble, Mason Cityi wound up behind Garrett in the wind-up. There were no mishaps. Game; Sunday West Bend will travel to Whitlemore and St. Joe to Rodman for Kossuth County Baseball League games this Sunday. Game time Wesley Boy Is Slightly Hurt; Hit By Car A 7-year old Wesley boy, James Kollasch, luckily escaped with a bruised left hip and back when he was struck by an auto driven by Harold P. Becker, Wesley, on the main street of Wesley at 11:30 a.m Saturday. The boy darted into the stree from behind a parked pickup truck and it was impossible for Becker to miss him. The lad had parkec his bicycle and darted into the street when he noticed his father nearby. He was running over to see him. Deputy Sheriff Don Wood inves tigated the mishap. The boy was taken to the hospital at Britt for treatment of his minor injuries. A heifer owned by William Hann over, Whittemore, was killed when an auto driven by Darrell Moeding 33, Estherville, struck it on high way 18 six miles west of Algona at 12:25 a.m. Thursday. The ani mal was valued at $200. According to Sheriff Ralph Lind horst, who investigated, the auto was headed east at the time of the mishap. The animal was standing in the middle of the road near the driveway to the Hannover farm. Damage to the auto was estimated at $250. LuVerne Couple To Des Moines Convention LuVerne — Mr. and Mrs. Allen Blake attended the 82nd annual convention of Iowa Funeral Directors and Embalmers in Des Moines May 23-24. Meetings were held at Savery Hotel and Veterans Auditorium with election of state officers Wednesday. Attend Graduation Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller and family attended the Twin Rivers school commencement at Bode May 25. They were guests after the service in the Irnmanuel Lutheran church in Livermore honoring Mary Ann Behnkendorf, daughter of the Edward Behnkendorfs of Bode, formerly of LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Genrich of Swea City were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. McClellan. Mr. and Mrs. Doa,:Fett and boys visited Sunday in Mason City will his brother, Mr. nnd Mrs. fill Fett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Llye Powell o Madelia, Minn., visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. McClellan Sunday and Monday. Dennis Grein, son of the Kenneth Greins, is confined with the mens- les. He is in the kindergarten in the LuVerne school. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Fett of Emmetsburg are parents of their first child, an eight pound, five ounce son, Benjie Lynn, born May 16 in a hospital there. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fett, LuVerne, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinanz, Emmetsburg. ' Sally Prior left Saturday for 3iloxi,' Miss., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Armstrong. Paul Gilligan, riend of Miss Prior in the service at Port St. Joe, Fla., will join her at the home of his sister for a en day furlough. The Birthday Club were Tuesday evening guests of Mrs. Phil C. ichty at two tables of bridge. Honors, Mrs. Duane Neal. The SOf) card club were guests Tuesday of Mrs. Martha Schneider High, Mrs. Tillie Stoddard, low Mrs. Clara Wolf. Guest players were Mrs. Cora Hippen and Mrs Adolph Koester. Sunday supper guests of Mr.'aml Mrs, Kenneth Gfein and family were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Grein, Cindy and Virginia of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. George Grein of Algona. The occasion was the s ond birthday of Virginia Grein. Herbert Kaiser entered University hospital, Iowa City, May 27 'or observation. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoll attend- d her family reunion, the Joe Johnson family, in the Alden park Sunday. Municipal Utilities UTILITIES PROCEEDINGS A meeting of the Board of Trustees i the Algonn Municipal Utilities was eld in the City Hall. City of Algona, i . May 1. I!)02. at 7:30 o'clock P.M. Present were: Allen Buchanan, Mclin Bay. T. James Palmer, Supt., and ,i Kiihl. Sec. Absent was: O. B. Harmes. The minutes of the meeting of April Itf, Ifirtl wore fond and approved. Motion by Bay, seconded _„ Buchanan, 1hat the vouchers payable be approved nnd authorized pnfd as audited. Roll cnll, voting "Aye", Buchanan and Bay. Voting "Nay", none Motion carried. ttOttf FUNB C. M. St. P. & P. R.H. Co., freight 80.4! Payroll, payroll —-2.153.3f Milton Bllyeu, labor 231.51 Mervln Hentges, labor 178.16 Wilbur Brunei', labor 141.7'! Brian Hike, labor 123.16 John Wood, Inbor 122.52 Iowa State Bank. Withholding Tax 383.80 Soc. Sec. Fund, soe. sec. tax ... 251.45 North Cen. Pub. Ser. Co., gas „ 7.053.27 Diesel Ser. Co., fuel oil 2,492.32 Rockwell Mfg. Co., supp. 45.52 Ull Elec. Ser., supp 15.99 Norton Machine Works, rprs. 1.25 Slcg-Por'. Dodge Co., misc. 7.71 Ind. Tmvel A Uniform Ser., ser. 22.5S Elec. Materials Co.. supp. 1,312.74 Crescent Elec. Supp. Co., supp. 130.00 Terry-Rurin Co., supp. 30.60 3raybar Elec. Co.. inc., supp. ._ 58.00 Burmelster Elec. Co., supp. 235.B2 Pratt Elec., rprs. 8.30 Kent Motor Co.. serv. & rprs. _ 3.60 Strnyer Std. Ser., gas —_ 70.82 Leutholcl Williams Co., mdse. . 195.38 KLOA Radio, adv. 41.40 U. D. M. Pub. Co.. pub. ._ 54.01 The National Cash Register Co., supp. ._ 19.28 TiilzeU's. mdse. _ __ 148.14 'nines Chalstrom. C.P.A., audit 254.00 I. W. Bell Tele. Co.. serv 57.80 'etty Cash, mlsc 18.91 Vorthland Elec. Supp. Co., supp. 221.75 Algona Machine Shop, rprs. 7.86 ~ ' 9.75 2.65 50.05 57.16 319.50 . Jreenberg Auto Supp., rprs. — Directory Ser. Co.. Inc., supp. _ 'he Algona Reminder, adv. trueckcr's Conoco, gas Bob Deal, serv. WATEH FUND Payfoll, pnytolt MI*..**.*...... 998.04 Walter Peterson, labar ** 103.16 Maurice Krebsbaeh, Inbor 122.48 Heakus Helmers, Inbor 39.50 George Welg, labor 55.68 Soc. See. Fund., soc. sec. tax — 48.26 lown State Bank, Withholding Tax "1.60 Neptune Meter Co., supp J15.01 Griffin Pipe Prod. Co., pipe — 4,518.00 Lelghton Supp. uo., supp. 275.43 Phillips Mfg. Co., Inc., supp. — 41.01 Slrnycr Std. Ser., gas 37.09 Petty Cash, ml&fc.l - Slruecker's Conoco, gas ...... - ".to 23.29 Mrs. Perry Lowmah el al, refund .».*.*».>-»».**•— •-— •? Next meeting date was Set for Id, 1002, at 7:30 6'fclOclt P.M. Meeting adjourned. /S/ Ira Kohl Secretary /S/ Allen K. Buchanan President of the Boafd B5.UO May THERE IS STILL TIME To Plant FLOWERING SHRUBS - SHADE TREES ANNUAL PLANTS - OPENING HOURS - DAILY - 7:30 a.m. to 12 Noon - 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. SUNDAY - 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER North of Catholic Cemetery CY 4-4813 AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! STARTING Wednesday JUNE 6 WE WILL BUY YOUR & SHEEP T - We Will Bid You On Your Lambs And/or Sheep AT NOON ON TUESDAYS For Wednesday A.M. Delivery. 2-Our Bid Will Be Broadcast Over Radio Station KLGA, Algona (1600 on dial) At 11:59 A.M. Each Tuesday, Or You Can Call Us Anytime Tuesday Afternoon. 3-CHOICE LAMBS Will Bring The Quoted Price, And Prime Lambs Higher. But We Will Also Buy ANY Lambs, B ucks, Ewes, That You Want To Sell OUR MARKET PREDICTION FOR NEXT WEEK: We suspect It Might Be 50c to $1 lower due to Memorial Day this week, But it should be stronger next week. P.S. We're still in the Hog Business as usual. You can deliver your Hogs and Lambs together if you wish, Phone CY 4-241 1 At The Milwaukee Stockyards ALGONA, IOWA

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