The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1965 · Page 10
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(to.) Upper D«i Motn»»- Tuwday, June 8, 1965 it the most profane silence I've ever heard." SPORTS Gary Peer Sets Track Record In Midwest Meet Algona's Gary Peer, a member of the Luther College track team from Decorah, competing in the Midwest region of the National Collegiate college division track team at Rock Island, m., Saturday, established a 440 yard intermediate hurdle record of ;54. The old record was :55.8. He is a 1965 graduate from Luther and has accepted a combination teaching and coaching assignment at Craig, Colorado. Fresh-Soph BB Slate For GHS Is Announced Pat Daugherty, baseball coach at Garrigan high school, announced an 8-game summer schedule for the fresh-soph club this week. Practice sessions got underway June 1, with the first game slated June 7. Here is the schedule: June 7 - Eagle Grove, 5 June 14 - At Humboldt, 5:30 June 15 - EstherviUe, 8 June 22 - At Eagle Grove. 5 June 29 - At E$therviU<y 8 June 30- Humbojdt,'8- , v July 2 - At Clear,..Lake, 5.-30 July 6 - Clear Lake, 8 Girls Softball Program Set This year's girls Softball program will consist of three leagues, according to Steve Ostrum who is in charge of the activity. One league will consist of 3rd and 4th graders, another of 5th and 6th graders and the third will be made up of 7th and 8th grade girls. Play will start June 14 on the diamonds at Bryant and Third Ward schools. Play will consist of three games per night starting at 6:00, If interested in helping in either capacity please contact Steve Ostrum, During the day phone 295-3837 or evening call 2957150. ["LITTLE] ILEAGUES] The entire schedule of games for Algona's four little leagues, including 22 teams, was announced this week, with play beginning June 14 and slated to end August 5. First week games will include: Peewee League: June 14-Mets vs. Colts; June 15 - Athletics vs. Red Sox; June 16 - Colts vs. Athletics; June 17 - Red Sox vs. Astros. National League: June 14 Reds vs. Braves; June 15 - Dodgers vs. Phillies; June 16 Reds vs. Pirates; June 17 Cardinals vs. Braves. American League: June 14 White Sox vs. Twins; June 15 Tigers vs. Indians; June 16 White Sox vs. Orioles; June 17 Angels vs. Twins. Senior League: June 14-Giants vs. Senators; June 15 - Yankees vs. Cubs; June 16 - Giants vs. Yankees; June 17 - Cubs vs. Whittemore. jj Tri-County j Softball Tri-County Softball Standings W L Ayrshire 3 0 Wallingford 3 o Fenton 2 0 Whitt. Hatch. 2 0 Top Hat 2 0 Hamras i 2 Cylinder i 3 Whitt. EJev. 0 2 Emmetsburg 0 3 Grainbelt Q 4 Recent results - Fenton 12. Cylinder 5; Ayrshire 5, Whitt. Elevator 0; Whittemore Hatchery 16, Hamms 2; Wallingford 9, Emmetsburg 6; Top Hat 16, Grainbelt 1; Fenton 15; Emmetsburg 3; Top Hat e; Cylinder 2; Ayrshire 17, Grainbelt O; Wallingford 5, Hamms 3, Bluebirds Of Years Ago In Reunion Here Several women who had been Bluebirds together years ago and later members of the second Luh- osho campfire group held a reunion June 2. They had dinner together at the Johnson House aftd then returned to the R. 1. Mawdsley home to spend the evening. "Here from out of town for the occasion were Mrs. Eugenia Rlst O'Haire and Mrs. Ruth Dickinson Daugherty of Des Molnes, Mrs. Eleanor Haggard Twogood of Hollywood, Calif., and Mrs. Ruth Stokes Emmerson of Marshfield Hills, Mass. Local members who attended were Mrs. Katherine Van Ness Hoenk, Mrs. Ruth James McMahon and Mrs. June Corey Mawdsley. two guardians of the group were also in attendance. They were Mrs. Alice Steil Reding, who was a Bluebird guardian, and Mrs. Loyd Wellendorf who was guardian of the campfire group. Mrs. Reding was a member of the original Luhosho campfire group of which Mrs. Mattie Dewel Thorpe was the founding guardian. Mr. and Mrs. B.A. Thorpe now live in Margate, Florida, where Mrs. Thorpe is back In campfire work again after her start here 50 years ago. 10 From Area Are Graduates Af Cedar Falls Ten from the Kossuth county area were among the candidates for degrees at Commencement Exercises held Friday evening (June 4) in the State College of Iowa Men's Gymnasium. Candidates for bachelor of arts degrees In the 88th annual spring Commencement numbered 507; 26 for master of arts in education degrees and 2 for specialist in education degrees. State College of Iowa President J. W. Maucker presided at the exercises and delivered the charge to the graduates. Candidates for degrees were presented by Dean of the College William C. Lang. The area graduates from SCI are as follows: Algona - Joyce G. Alberts, MA; Vicki Hansen, secretarial B BA; Carolyn J. Rochleau, BA B in education. • Burt - James H. Sparks, BA • on mathematics. m Corwith - Nancy C. Weber, •j BA in education. • Irvington - Betty K. Wickwire, BA in education. f Titonka - Sharon K. Carroll, BA in education. ^ West Bend - Joyce A. Riebhoff, BA in education; John L "Runchey, BA in education; John L, Thatcher, BA in education. Call Bids For Highway 9 Work One of 44 major highway projects which will be up for letting by bids on June 22 at Ames will be 16 1/2 miles of state highway 9, across north Kossuth county, for asphaltic concrete resurfacing. The project bid calls for the work from the Emmet county line east on highway 9 to the Lakota corner, and then on Iowa 250 into Lakota. Pick Bond Queen Candidates For Mason City Jean Christiansen, above, was named as the Algona high school Band Queen, and as such will represent the Algona high band in the June 15 North Iowa Band Festival at Mason City. She is a graduated senior of this spring. At Swea City, the school band has selected Cheryl Kvamsdale for a similar honor, and at Ledyard the selection was Deanna Brandt. Titonka's Band Queen will be Ellen Smidt. Ed Adams New Director Of Weidenhoff Corp. Edward H. Adams of Algona was elected to the board of directors at the Weidenhoff Corporation meeting held recently in Kenosha, Wis. along with two other new board members, G. H. McCreary, general sales manager of Snap-On Tools, and P. J. Schutt, international sales manager. The new board now Includes Mr. Adams, who is also vice president of Weidenhoff, V.M. Cain, president of Snap-On, R.L. Grove, executive vice president of Snap-On, Mr. McCreery, R.G. Knudsen, director of Snap-On R. & D. division, K, T. Pierce, president of the Weidenhoff Corp* from Algona, and Mr. Schutt. Two previous directors retired from the board. Other Weidenhoff officers are Elmer Walter,' treasurer and controller, Kermit Caves, secretary, and Miles Slonlker, asst. secretary. Snap-On Tools board of directors will hold their June meeting In Algona, during the week of June 21, and will review the expansion program just completed at the Weidenhoff plant. Tool Theft Is Admitted By L-Rock Youth A tool theft In the Fenton area, at the farm of Harold Dreyer Feb. 22, was solved this week by Sheriff Ralph Undhorst, who got an admission of the theft from Eugene Hanna, 18, rural Lone Rock. When apprehended, Hanna had the tools In his possession and they will be returned to the owner. The youth was charged with larceny in the court of Justice Delia Welter here during the weekend, with bond set at $2,500. Final action in the matter was pending due to the fact all of the city's attorneys were attending the annual Chautauqua. Initiated Into Drake "D" Club Tom Waller of Algona, sophomore at Drake University, was one of 14 athletes at the Des Moines school initiated into the Honor D club, last week. He lettered in football last fall as a quarterback, a position he.also played at Algona high. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS ATTENTION FARMERS WEED CHEMICALS We have on hand several types of 2-4-D and other weed chemicals. Buy from your own Co-op elevator. MARKETS Marltetprices paid on Saturday of this week at your Co^p Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn __ in 1 10 .. » « *. ,3. ~« WHITTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds For top performance CO-OP gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants Tele, 295-5614 295-7021

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