The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1965 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1965
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4—Algona (la.) Upper D«* Moln*« Thuriday, May 6, 1965 r* > tf s 4> Action At 2nd Bulldog Relays These nine action shots were snapped Saturday at the second annual Bulldog Relays here as Humboldt grabbed the class A championship; Emmetsburg the class B crown; and Swea City's Trojans roared to the class C title. Eighteen teams competed for the titles. Shown in action here are: top, left, Leonard, Clear Lake, winning a 220 heat; top, right, Jerry Bradley, Garrigan, placing in the high jump; center, left, Laaveg, Belmond, getting off a fine high jump; center, Tom Geitzenauer, Sentral, placing in the shot put event; right, Skip Perkins, Algona, going all out in the broad jump; and bottom, left, Wayne Patterson, going 10-6 in the pole vault; center, Braunvui, Eagle Grove, setting a new mark of 21-11 1/2 in the broad jump; and right, John Wickett, LuVerne, clearing the bar in the pole vault. The small inset, bottom, shows Ron Burtis, Algona, getting off U' good leap- broad Jump. . , (UDM Polaroid Photos) ;, PROMOTION Lawrence B. (Larry) Vorse, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Grove Davenport of Council Bluffs, was promoted to Captain in the Navy. Captain Vorse is the Commanding officer of the Navy and Marine Corps Reserve Training Center in Minneapolis. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS To Open Stock Car Season Here May 14 If all goes well, weather-wise, area stock car fans (modified and hobbies, alike) will Dock to the fairgrounds here Friday night, May 14, for the official opening of the 1965 season. According to Larmnt Wellendorf of Kossuth Speedways, time trials, and they may have them again this year, will begin at 8 p.m. An increase in activities in area garages, commercial and otherwise, indicates there will l>e plenty of hot cars ready this year. And many top drivers from other areas have also Indicated they will compete here each Friday evening during the season. It appears sedans will be predominant in the modified class as a switch to that type of body continues. Coupes out-numbered sedans the first couple of seasons, but many drivers and owners seem to favor the 2-door or 4-door sedan - cut down, of course. If rumors are true, there will be more modifieds than ever here, and there is sure to be an abundance nf hobbies, also. Generally speaking, rules as set up last year will govern the track here during the new season. GHS Is Fourth In Diocesan Track Meet Sioux City Heelan and Em'Tiel- sburg Catholic repeated as Class A and B champions in the annual CYO Diocesan track and field maet at Carroll Sunday. Both won handily as seven class A team? and six class B outfits battled It out for titles. Garrlgan wound up fourth In class A as three records were broken and one tied during the day. Jerry Bradley of the Bears .roared to a second place finish in the open 440 yd. dash, Garrigan's only finish highar than fourth, The Bears posted 15 points while Heelan notched 95; Kuemper 80; and St. Edmond of Ft. Dodge, 36. Jean Becker, Emmet sburg IRVINGTON - Jean D. Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her- nun B?cker of Irvington, and Richard P. Farrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernes Farrell of Emmetsburg, were married at St. Cecelia's church in Algona on May 1, at 10:30 a.m. with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating at the N jptial M.iss, and a double-ring ceremony. The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. Matron of honor was Mrs. Gary Ludwig, twin sister of the bride, and bridesmaid was Mary Farrell, sister of the groom. Bestman was Tom Farrell, brother of the groom, and groomsman was Ronald Becker, brother of the bride. Soloist was Robert Hedlngerof Emmetsburg, organist, Kathleen Griffin. Ushers were Gary Ludwig and Wm. Farrell. The bride's gown was floor length, of bouquet taffeta with removable train and scalloped neckline with embroidered alen- con lace. The skirt and trim were appliqued with lace. The veil ballerina length of pure Irvington, Is Man's Bride silk Ulus'oi with crow.i of lace flowers and clusters of pearls. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and baby sweetheart roses. A dinner was held at K.C, Hall, Algona, at noon with a reo- eptioi for 150 guests following. Helen Farrell of Emmetsbnrg and Bernadette Hilbert of Livermore were in charge of the guest book. Mrs. David Ludwig, Mrs. Ronald Rosenmayer and Mrs. Jam?s Rosenmeyer and Joann Klemm opened gifts and displayed them. Mrs. Deanna Cogdall and Mrs. Stacla Higgins poured and Mrs. Thomas Becker and Eileen Higgins cut the cake. Waitresses were Dianne Becker, Lenore Hilbert, Rita and Joan Higgins. Jean graduated from St. Cecelia's in Algona, had a year of college at Mount St. Clare, and has been employed 5 years with the driver's license dept. at Algona and Sioux City. The groom graduated at Emmetsburg and had two years college at Barber College at Wayne, Nebr., and lias been a barber in Sioux City the past two years. After their wedding trip they will be at home in Sioux City, Iowa. Irvington Ideals Irvington Ideals 4-H club met at the Irvington Elevator on April 24, called to order by President Sharon Hix. Roll call was answered by 11 members. This was the all-day work-shop. Each girl brought a sack lunch and made presents for mothers. The club planned it's Mother's Day Tea, to be held May 15 at the home of Jane Neppl. Sharon Hix and Kathy 'Pruisnunn plan to say the Country Girls creed that day also. Jane Neppl gave a talk and Sharon Hix gave a demonstration. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS GIFTS FOR MOTHER HAND BLOWN COLORED GLASSWARE NEW COLORS - OLIVE . BLUE - VIOLET NEW DESIGNS OUR MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL GENUINE "LE CREUSET" SKILLET Flame Red or Turquoise Blue 9" Size Lasts a Lifetime Washes Like Fine China Can't Buckle • or Warp REG. $4.95 '95 "performance LAWN-BOY 21" DELUXE Mowing was never easier than this! Has variable two-speed engine—normal speed for regular mowing, high speed for tall grass and weeds. Quiet trouble-free engine starts at the flip of your fingers thanks to Balanced Power design, geared-down starting and Lawn-Boy's extra-hot Twin Spark ignition. And, you also get 4-Way Finger-Tip Mowing Ease ... 1 Finger-Tip Starting- Instant, effortless starting with a flip of your fingers. It's the world't easiest starting. 2 Finger-Tip Handling- Lightest weight—easiest to handle. Light strong magnesium alloy housing. Adjustable handle. 3 Finger-Tip Bun Attachment—Big grass and leaf catcher bags snap on and off with no tools. Opens at back for easy emptying. 4 Finger-Tip Height Ad- justment—Wheol height levers instantly adjust for cutting grans at six levels from 1 to 3 Inches. Come in today and get our low price! FREDERICK Y & S HARDWARE 105 E. State Algona Ph. 295-5122 CARSON'S for COLOR 210 E. State ' ALGONA 295-3737 riC^\ KOSSUTH COUNTY "1 [SPORTS] Enjoy a call this weekend! MANY LONG DISTANCE RATES WITHIN IOWA REDUCED! Johnnies Post 5-2 Victory Over GHS Bears St. John's of Bancroft wasted several hits in the early innings, then came up with a three- run rally in the eleventh inning, ustnu only one hit, to move into the finals of the spring Sectional Tournament with a 5-2 verdict over Garrigan here Monday afternoon. The Johnnies, who copped the 1964 spring state crowu, were slated to nr?et Cor with-Wesley, 5-1 winner over Clarion in the other half of the Sectional at Corwith Monday, in the windup Wednesday afternoon at Garrigan Field. Sectional winner will move into District competition. Coach V. J. Mover's team got all its runs in two innings Monday, picking up a pair in the second and the winning trio in the eleventh. A walk to Bob Hatten opened the winning rally. Dick Diers sacrificed ml reached on an error, then Don Msake and Tom Goche walked and Duane Hutchinson singled. Hatten, Uiers and Menke counted the runs. Singles by GeneMeister, D-'ers and Steve Vaske and an error allowed St. Join's to get a pair of ruax in ths second. Coaoii Pat Dauj'uerty's club closed the gap to 2-1 in the third when Denny Long and Dan Potthoff walked and Joe Becker reached on a fielder's choice, with Long plating the run. Garrigan knotted tha con', at 2-2 and sent the contest into extra inning with another single run in the fifth. This time Becker scored alter getting a walk. Potthoff sacrificed and Dick Salz rapped a single. Diers and Milder, who hurled the final two innings for the respective team?, got the win and loss after Hutchinson anl Potthoi'i had ta'i^leJ through the first nine frames. Hutchinson allowed all four Garrigan hits, while Potthoff gave up 10 and Milder one. Garrigan's four hits were garnered by Lou Bleich, Salz, Chuck Geilenfeld and Becker, while Meister led the Johnnies with three singles, with Goche .and Vaske getting two each ^and Menke, Hutchinson, Hatten and Diers, one apiece. JOINT BIRTHDAYS A Clarence, Iowa family have oi\e big birthday celebration ou March 28th each year. Three generations are represented with the same birthday - Mrs. Mary Ibsen, her grandson, DeanClaney Why it's hard to keep a good thing quiet One woman tolls another And another. And another. Soon the whole town knows that the liest thing to happen (o wall paint in veur.s is new DA-TKX. Developed by Davis 1'aint (.'onipany, new DA-TKX is far better than old style latex wall paints because it's Dcnsi-tiu'd. Its heavier body makes it eling to your brush or roller. Tin-re's less drip, l.v.s .--pat ler. Dries in 011)3' 2.'5 mii.ule* You've n-iid about oin'-eout \ in\ I DA-TKX. in l.JFK iiia^ja/'.ine; now trs it for yuUi'M If. There's u wide ehoicr of deiorator Milors at Sailer's Davis Faint Store, Algona, Iowa. 1965 DODGE MONACO Before you hit the road for the show.., we'd like to tell you about some hits for the road. The exciting new line of Dodges for 196$. First, there's the Dodge Custom 880. Sheer excellence in every generous dimension. Next, there's Polara. Beautiful Polara stands out in any crowd. You'll see that for yourself at the show. Then there's Coronet. With a choice of seven spirited engines, Coronet steps out smartly without tromping on budgets. And Dodge Dart? You probably know all about Dart. It's the Dodge-size compact... big. Now that we've taken you on a tour through the rest of the Dodge line, we'd like to show you the top... Dodge Monaco for '65. There it is, right up there. But why look at it there when you can see it in person. Let's hit the road for the show! The latest reduction in rates for Iowa telephone users makes Long Distance a bigger bargain than ever! Station call evening rates (6 to 8 p.m. daily) are now in effect all day on Saturday up to 8 p.m. Even lower rates all day Sunday! New night rates, lowest rates of all, apply all day on Sunday as well as from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. nightly. Now you can enjoy a telephone visit anytime on Sunday at lowest Long Distance rates in history! No need to wait until evening hours ... lowest rates are in effect all day on Sunday. Use this chart to save money on your Long Distance calls Hat 'BS Badge PODGE DIVISION CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION PERCIVAL MOTORS, Inc. - 800 South Phillips, Algona, Iowa Algona Auto Show/ Kossuth Fairgrounds, May 8*9 STATION LONG DISTANCE CALLING GUIDE MONDAY THROUGH FBI BAT « P.M. « P.M. NUT MORNING 4:30 A.M. 0»t RATIS EVCNINC RAUS 4.30AM. SATURDAY t P.M. Northwestern Bell

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