The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1965 · Page 8
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i-Ale»na (1e.) Upp«f »*« Melntl Tuesday, May 25, 1965 Nerdig Captures Stock Feature Larry Nerdig, popular Forest City stock car pilot, grabbed victory in the modified feature event Friday after picking up a pair of seconds in earlier races. He is shown in his speedy rig above moments after he arrived in the pit area following the big win. Pit crew members are busy putting plugs in the pipes before Nerdig can crawl out. Earlier in the evening, Nerdig set a new time trial record of sl7.45 seconds, breaking the record held by himself and Stacy Redmond, then Freddie Funk, Humboldt, shattered the mark again with a :17.40 clocking. There were no double winners Friday as Redmond, Funk, Nerdig, Vic Dicks and George Barton each won an event in modl- fieds, while Householder took the hobby feature. Cars driven by Bud Fair, Ft. Dodge, and Ted Zeiman, Mason City, tangled on the northeast turn during the second heat and were sidelined for the night. A field of 16 modified cars competed. There will be another program of races this Friday •night, beginning with warm-ups at 3 p. m. Modified results: first heat - 1. Redmond, 2. Norm Baker, 3. Funk; second heat - 1. Dicks, 2. Nerdig, 3. Gene Schattschneider; trophy dash - 1. Funk, 2. Nerdig, 3. Baker; B-feature - 1. Barton, 2. Bob Fisher, 3. Willie Kluss; feature •1. Nerdig, 2. Redmond, 3. Marv DeWall. (UDM Polaroid Photo) July 1 - St. Joe at St. Benedict July 2 - Dodgers at Wesley July 6 - St. Benedict at St. Joe Tournament palrlngsMmd th* Dodgers meeting Wesley at 5 and St. Benedict-Whittemore at 6:30 p. m. July 11; Braves vs. Dodgers-Wesley winner at 6:30 and St. Joe vs. St. Benedict- Whittemore winner at 7:30 p. m. July 13; and the finals at 7p. m. Sunday, July 16, with all tourney games to be played at Garrlgan Field. Patterson Sets < Vault Mark In State "A" Meet Wayne Patterson set a new pole vault standard for Algona high school trackmen, going 12 feet in the State class A Meet at Drake Stadium, Des Moines, Saturday as the Bulldogs wound up 23rd in a large field. Strangely, Patterson's new local mark was good only for fourth place as two vaulters went to better marks. Algona's medley relay team wound up fifth in that event as the locals counted three points. Eagle Grove of the North Central Conference captured the team crown for the second straight year and Humboldt placed third. The Eagles chalked up 42 points to win handily. Ames managed to win the class AA crown. GHS Junior High Baseball Slate Is Set Ciarngaii nigh school Baseball Coach Pat Daugherty announced the schedule for the school's junior high summer baseball program this week. Play will begin June 1 and wind up with a tournament July 11, 13 and 18. Here is the slate of games: - Braves at Dodgers - Wesley at St. Joe - Whittemore at St. Benedict - Braves at St. Joe June June June 1 2 3 June June - Wesley at Dodgers June 8 - Whittemore at Wesley June 9 - Dodgers at St. Benedict June 10 - Braves at Wesley June 11 -St. Benedict at Whittemore June 14 - Wesley at St. Benedict June 15 - Dodgers at St. Joe June 16 - Ddogers at Braves June 17 - St. Benedict at Wesley June 18 - Braves at Whittemore June 19 - Whittemore at St. Joe June 21 - Whittemore at Dodgers June 22 - St. Joe at Dodgers June 23 - St. Benedict at Braves June 24 - St. Joe at Whittemore June 25 - Wesley at Braves June 28 - Dodgers at Whittemore June 29 - St. Joe at Wesley June 30 - wnittemore at Braves WEED KILLERS COMPLETE STOCK 2-4-D On Hand 4 Ib. BUTYL ESTER 4 Ib. ESTER, LV. 4 Ib, AMINE PLUS THE NEW, NON-DRIFT SALVO , ALGONA \ FLOUR & FEED C0.| Grandmas Get Trophies Too! Members of the Grandmothers Bowling League attended the Algona Woman's Bowling Assc. banquet held at the Algona Country Club May 18. The Twin-Co team won the first place trophy; special trophies were presented to Frances Welse for high series; Helen Kirkland, high game; and Pat Cook, the most Improved bowler. The Grandmothers League are all for organizing a Grandfathers bowling league for the coming season to provide some good competition for both. How about that, you grandfathers? "Kossulh County's Favorite Newspaper" LuVerne Girl To Be Bride On May 29 LUVERNE - About 50 were In attendance at the pre-nuptial shower honoring Miss Mary Lee Darby recently in the fellowship rooms of the LuVerne Zion Ev. Lutheran Church. Hostesses were Mrs. Chester Sill, Mrs. Donald Bormann, Mrs. Gerald Ramus, Mrs. Bert Ramus, Mrs. Allyn Brink, Mrs. Thees Schna- kenl>erg, Mrs. R. C. Walline, LuVerne, Mrs. Fred Hinz, Livermore and Mrs. Fred Will, Corwith. A program in charge of Mrs. Hinz and Mrs. Schnakenberg consisted of a solo by Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, Jr., of Burt "God Gave Me You," readings by Mrs. Brink and several games. Mrs. Brink made the doll for the gift table and Mrs. Sill the pillow for the ribbons. Guests were registered by Mrs. Gerald Ramus and pouring was Mrs. Hinz aunt of bride-elect. Mrs. Dale St. John, sister of bride-elect, and Phyllis, sister of bridegroom to be, and Clara Schnakenberg arranged the gifts. Mary Lee Darby will become the bride of Jerry Quebe May 29. - o - Mrs. John Schnakenberg, Irvington, her mother; Mrs. Sofia Lenz, Garner; her niece, Elaine Schnakenberg, LuVerne, Rita Luedke, Lone Rock, visited at the Walther League Camp at Lake Okoboji, to make decorations for the Walther League Convention to be held there May 28 to 30. Miss Ruth Elmer, Hebron, N. Dakota, visited with cousins, Mrs. Anne Marty, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Marty and Melvin Martys. Miss Elmer, home on furlough, Is a missionary In Japan. De Ray Lichty and Brett of Mason City were supper guests with his mother, Mrs. Faye Lichty. They were enroute to Fort Dodge to a high school track meet. Undo Weber Of Bancroft Is Engaged To Wed were the baby's aunt, Sandra Janssen, Des Moines and cousin, Bart Selby, LuVerne. A dinner followed the service in the home of Mrs. Lillian Selby, aunt of the baby. Guests were the Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Mueller, Joel, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lenz, sponsors, and the baby's parents and sister. Visitors in the Bert Thomas home were Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Manchester, Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Smith, Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Long, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. James Radley of Des Moines were recent guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mllo Patterson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith and Jackie of Humboldt visited recently with her parents, the Harold Meyer family. Union Slough's Recreation Opens To Public, May 29 Saturday, May 29, at daylight the public recreation area of the Department of Interior's Union Slough National Wildlife Refuge will open for the summer season. Permitted activities include fishing, picnicking and swimming, The recreation area, located 5 miles east of Bancroft on County Trunk B, will remain open during daylight hours only until Sept. 30, according to Paul E. Ferguson, Refuge Manager. All state fishing regulations apply, except that no minnows or fish, or parts thereof, for bait is permitted. Use of boats is prohibited. A few picnic tables are available for public use. Fires are permitted in the fireplaces provided, or if confined innort- able charcoal-type grills, able charcoal-type grills. Camping is prohibited at all times. A small sand swimming beach is provided for public use in the south pit. LINDA WEBER Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Weber of Bancroft, announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Alice to Michael Craig Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stewart of Swea City, Iowa. Miss Weber and Mr. Stewart are 1961 graduates of Swea City Community School and are now seniors at Iowa State University at Ames. Miss Weber is majoring in Home Economics Education and will graduate May 29th. Mr. Stewart will graduate this summer and has accepted a position with Black and Veach, Consulting Engineers of Kansas City. He is majoring in Civil Engineering. A late summer wedding is planned. Mrs. Julia Pergande is home from two weeks visiting relatives at Blue Earth, Minn. Her sister, Mrs. Florence Lamont brought her home. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer of R R 1, Fort Dodge, was baptised Vicki Jo at the EuVerne ZionEv. Lutheran Church with the Rev. R. J. Mueller officiating. 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