The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1965 · Page 11
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COUNTY PORTS Barton Sweeps Three Events, Stock Opener A crowd estimated at 2,000 witnessed a chilly kick-off of the 1965 modified and hobby stock car season here Friday night and saw George Barton of Luther, who was well down the list in time trials, capture three first place finishes While only 13 of the souped- up. modifieds made it to the opener, it is certain several more than that will be on hand for the second program this Friday, with warm-ups slated at 8 p. m., followed by time trials. There were several favorites who didn't have their machines ready Friday night. Barton piloted his low-slung racer to the checkered flag first in the feature, B-feature and consolation, the final three modi- fled events on the program. He started in third place in each and managed to quickly get the lead from the rest of the field and won handily. Les Wildin, Algona, and Larry Nerdlg, Forest City, set a new time trial record for a single lap with : 17.60 clockings to get the evening off to a fast start. Jim Edgington, Algona, who is beginning his first season at the wheel of a modified, was next with a :17.85 timing. Norm Baker won the first heat, Wildin the second and Nerdig took the trophy dash before Barton took over. There were only two minor collisions Don Hilbert roared into first early and hung on to win the hobby feature, a 15-lflpper that wound up the evening's fun. Results: Modifieds - 1st heat: 1. Baker, 2. Bud Matter, 3. Nerdig; 2nd heat: 1. Wildin, 2. Stacy Redmond, 3. Vic Dicks; Trophy Dash: 1. Nerdig, 2. Wildin, 3.' Redmond; Consolation: 1. Barton, 2. Edgington, 3. Marv DeWall; B-feature: 1. Barton, 2. Baker, 3. Matter; Feature: 1. Barton,-^; Nerdig, 3. Baker. Hobbies - Feature: 1. Hilbert. •mi^*mmm**mrmmm*mmrmmmmmmmm*m*m | Check Our Prices! 1 i AHS Is Fifth At Eagle; No Firsts Posted Ft. Dodge grabbed the class A title with 89 points, Humboldt took the class B crown with 94 and Manson snared the class C title with 72 points at the annual Eagle Relays at Eagle Grove Wednesday. Algona's Bulldogs, who managed to grab a second in the medley relay, wound up fifth in class B with 33 points. 113 GaTBowlers End Season With Banquet The Algona Woman's Bowling Association held their annual banquet at the Algona Country Club Tuesday evening, May 18. Trophies were presented to the players on the following teams: Wednesday Night League Cooks Welders, first, East End Grocery, second, Women of the Moose, third and Iowa State Bank, fourth. Thursday Night League - Fareway Store, first, Lindsays, second, Viking Oil, third and the Jungle Room, fourth. Special trophies were awarded to Ruth Riedel, most improved bowler, Jane Conrad, most improved beginner bowler, Heidi Ferguson, high average and high series, Irma Dee Cook, high game, Bunny Erdman, high series, and Jackie Muller, high game. Viking Oil placed first in the city tournament, with Coleen Soper and Beverly Farrow winning first In doubles, Loretta Ditsworth, singles, Gladys Jergenson, all events and Jackie Muller, high game. Bunny Erdman was awarded the trophy presented by the Algona Insurance Agency for the high series for the year with handicap.. If Iff News We Want II! Two Area Lads Place Third, State Track No individual from this area could finish higher than third in a single event during the running of the State class B and class C Track Meet at Drake Stadium in Des Moines Saturday. A total of 50 teams scored points in class C, with Armstrong getting a piece of 22nd place, tops In the area. Swea City finished 26th with four points, Boone Valley 33rd with two points and Sentral last with a half-point. Jim Godfredson, Armstrong, took third in the high jump at 5-11 and fourth in the discus with a toss of 134-8 3/4; Tom Kock- ier, Swea City, was third in the mile run with a 4:36.5 clocking; Boone Valley was fourth in the 440 yd. relay at 45.9; Paul Danielson, Swea City, fifth in the shot at 50-10 1/2; and Duane DeSart, Sentral, tied for fifth in the high jump at 5-9. Emmetsburg's good team could finish no higher than 12th in class B. The class AA and A meets will be held at Drake this Saturday. B I x^ SPRING & S SUMMER J SPECIALS § OUR BULK WAGON SERVICE will bring you OAS OIL - LUBE noodi right to your farm I HIGHEST QUALITY for LESS I Dlroct from Groat Lakot Pip* Lin* at Cloar Lako. g 1 Bulldogs 7th In loop Track Meet Friday Algona high's track team placed seventh in the eight-team North Central Conference Track and Field Meet, held at Eagle Grove Friday as Humboldt's Wildcats edged the host team for the championship. Dale Teeter picked up a second In the 880 yd. run and third in the 440 yd. dash to account for Algona's points in the meet which was switched from Clear Lake to Eagle Grove, due to the condition of the track at Clear Lake. Four new marks were set, all by Eagle Grove in relays events. Humboldt wound up with 75 1/2 points; Eagle Grove 70; Webster City 54; Clarion 41; Clear Lake 27 1/2; Hampton 18; Algona 7; and Iowa Falls 4. GHS Drops 4-3 Decision Here Graettinger counted a pair of runs in the top of the last Inning to gain a 4-3 victory over Garrigan at Garrigan Field Wednesday afternoon, May 12. The teams were tied 2-2 until the final game. The Bears drew first blood, getting two runs in the bottom of the third on a walk to Denny Long, single by Dick Salz, walk to Dlek Muller and an error, with Long and Salz scoring. Graettinger scored single counters in the fourth and fifth before putting together the winning rally in the sixth on a walk, sacrifice and base hit. An error and single by Don Potthoff gave Garrlgan its final counter in the last half of the Inning. Potthoff hurled a six- hitter, while Jensen and Hoekstra combined to hold Garrlgan to five blows. -The winners committed six errors, Garrigan four. Salz and Lou Bleich each got a pair of hits for the Bears, while Naae got two for Graettinger. VIKING Premium Oil In 30 - Gal* Drums 85 C GAL. NON - DETERGENT MOTOR Oil 30 gal. drums 70c gal. i FARM"GREASE Softball League Opens May 25 FENTON - The Tri-County Softball League will open its 1965 season on May 25 with 10 teams consisting of local players participating. ' Games will be held on Tuesday • and Thursday evenings of each week until the first of August, with an All-Star game on June 27. Game time is 8:15 pjai, The League Champion last year* was the Estherviiie Top Hat team. Others playing this year are Fenton, Whittemore Elevator, Whittemore Hatchery, Cylinder, Emmetsburg, Aryshlre, Wallingford, Estherville Hamm's, and Estherville Grain Belt. Multi-Lube Lithium Gun Grtast Tht ONI Oroaw ft r Ivtry Purport jj All Typts Transmission and Hydraulic Oils Including Oils for Latt Modtl Tractors I VIKING ' OIL CO. ROY STQFFEL, Owner 2114749 League Banquet Set For Okoboji FENTON - Tbe Lutheran Laymen's League of St. John's Lutheran Church, Fenton, met Tuesday evening at the church basement. The topic was a study on baptism, "Across the River and Into the Wilderness", the topic lea by Rev, Rex Spicer. It was announced that the LLL Banquet will be held at the Walther League Camp at Lake Okoboji on Sunday, August 1. Tickets are on sale from Jim Meyer (or $2 each. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. parrel! Preyer ajid Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmers, Thursday, May 40, !965 Algona, (la.) Upp«r D«* Molntt-lf Graduates announced at Corwith-Wesky School Janice Bode To Be August 14 Bride Here JANICE BODE Mr. and Mrs. Floyd T. Bode of Algona, announce the engagement of their daughter Janice Marie of Des Moines, to Allen Keith Christensen, also of Des Moines, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Christensen of Wolsey, South Dakota, An August 14 wedding is planned. ' The bride elect is a graduate of the State University of Iowa College of Nursing in Iowa City. She is employed as an elementary school nurse in the Des Moines public school system. Her fiance, who was recently discharged from the army is presently a dispensing optician at Whylie Optical Company in Des Moines. He will be working with Dr. Atkinson of Oskaloosa as Club Names New Officers BURT - Officers for the 196566 Burt Woman's Club year were elected at a meeting preceding the May Tea Monday. Those elected were Ruth Hodgson, president; Mrs. Leonard Corwith - Wesley graduates have been announced by Supt. John Micklick and Principal BUI Fredin. They include: Duane Aitchison, Stephanie Bartik, Jerry Brockman, Phyllis Claude. Kathleen Devine, Elaine Eliason, Nadlne Engen, Richard Erickson, Lester Foley. Alan Freiberg, Carol Heise, Robert Hoveland, Evelyn Krauss, Ilene Krauss, Janice Leek. Tim Long, Andy Moore, Merlin Mortimer, Gary Oxley, Marilyn Reiling, Thomas Reiling, Bill Ricke, Joan Ricke. Julia Ricke, Diane Robinson, Renelda Schulz, Trudy Shipman, Marigene Wagner, Cynthia Weber, BUI Youngwirth. Jim Duncan of the department University will be the commencement speaker May 25 at 8 p.m. in the Corwith gym. Father O'Toole of Corwith will deliver the class sermon May 23 at 8 p.m. in the gym. Stenzel, vice president; Mrs. Harley Hansen, secretary; Mrs. Fat Bradley, treasurer. The following committees were also named: Mrs. Harold Grover, Mrs. H. Lacy, Mrs. K. J. Smith, Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson, Mrs. B. K. Bohnson, Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, refreshment; Mrs. G. H. McMullen, Mrs. Dale Lockwood, Mrs. J. G. Clap saddle, Mrs. J. L. Miller, entertainment; Mrs. Don Mitchell, Mrs. Wm. Scheer, project. Mrs. Elsie Lockwood, Mrs. Pat Bradley, Mrs. Walter Sorenson, budget; Mrs. Don Patterson, Americanism; Mrs. Ray Dremmel, Mrs. Ray Lovstad, gerentology; Mrs. Russell Patterson, Mrs. James Fries, Girl Scouts. Mrs. F. L. Ryerson, historian; Mrs. Dean Andrews, towels; Mrs. Carl Reynolds, safety; Mrs. F. L. Pratt, legislation; Lulu Hawcott, membership; Mrs. Helen Vbgels, mental health; Mrs. Harold Grover, music; Mrs. R. H. Thompson, literature; Mrs. G. H. Graham, publicity; Mrs. James Christensen, Mrs. Leonard Stenzel, Mrs. Ed Smith, Mrs. Russell Patterson, Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson, program. "Kossuth County's Favorite Newspaper" DIAMOND'S GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR THE fPSte • New short sleeve styles for dres* »nd Casual wear. * Big selection in fabrics and colors.— Values to $3.98 $ I 98 4 • Solid Colors • Fancy stripe* • Plaids • Cheeks • New collar styles. 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