155 GIRLS FORM 13 SOFTBALL TEAMS Play To Start June 14 In Leagues 8-A!gona (la.) Upper Det Molnes Thunday, June 10, 1965 LITTLE LEAGUER urn.* *t/ Play in Algona's three girls summer softball leagues will begin June 14, with play in two loops to wind up July 8 and In the third, July 15. There will lie four teams In the Novice League, five teams in the Junior league and four teams in the Senior League. Novice League games will be played at the east diamond at Bryant school; Junior League frays at diamonds at Bryant; and Senior loop games at Third Ward. Games will begin at 6 p. m., with most games to be played Monday through Thursday. There will be a total of 155 girls on the 13 teams, with 3-4 graders in the Novice loop; 5-6 graders In the Junior League; and 7-8 graders in the Senior loop. Here are the team rosters: NOVICE LEAGUE Canaries - Mary Davis, Lisa Gellenfeld, Sandra Jorgenson, Debbie Knoer, Julie Kollasch, Karen Kollasch, Debbie Monger, Kathleen Payne, Sally Schatt- schnelder, Lee Ann Schenck, Connie Lee Steven, and Nita Limbaugh. Redblrds - Jeri Rae Anderson, Teri Herbst, Ramona Hlszczyn- sky, Linda Lallier, Debbie Levy, Cathy Schllevert, Patty Scobba, Muriel Sigsbee, Katherlne Skilling, Diane Studer and Kimberly AnnThuente. Jays - Jan Armstrong, Susan Gotten, Lari Lee Gerdis, Brenda Goodman, Mary Beth Krause, Mary Morz, Krestlne Rochleau, Judy Simons, Gall Sindelar, Linda Wagner and Sharon Wehrspan. Orioles - Barbara Bell, Virginia Cook, Teresa Ellen Gettman, Liz Harman, Lynn Holtzbauer, Cindy Kuhn, Anne Milder, Diane Nichtals, Kimberly Priebe, Jane Shey and Patricia Thilges. JUNIOR LEAGUE .Bears - Barbara Dimond, Debbie Hansen, Mickey Marie Harris, Debra Kern, Susan Kinseth, Jolene Lallier, Jenny Limbaugh, Becky Meyer, Kathleen Murphy, Patricia Von Bank, Susan Walker and Cynthia Winter. ^••:--;, (ffr. SCORE TIEP. HUN ON GO GET ' Mason City, 400, Wayne Funk, Humboldt, 310, and George Barton, Luther 301, while Butch Householder leads the hobbies, with Orle Shipler second. Gary Peer To California SSSlll Track Meet rVH^'Jl^* '..',; ,'••.'' ''''f.';.."^i''-)V^lj''^ .-l.'a'jk/' •* Kl r.ar-ir Door enn nf 1 '• •* -Ii-.iiiJ^'w**»- o"^ .. SLUGGER - iTiTY UP 10 YOU- VWO OUT, WT«, t-rt ,»£-. ^s ttl'OISI* Gary Peer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Corwin Peer, Algona, and recent graduate of Luther College at Decorah, left yesterday (Wed.) for Long Beach, Cal. where he will participate in a five-day track meet. He was one of the contestants in the same meet a year ago. Gary is one of five contestants sponsored by Luther College who left with their coach by plane from Waterloo for Kansas City, where they boarded a jet to Long Beach. Gary will participate in the 440-yard Intermediate hurdles and mile relay. Gophers - Sherri Gilmore, Lori Herbst, Mary Hinken, Sheryl Knecht, Nancy Kolp, Diane Moen, Marlene Mueller, Seri Nielsen, Barbara Schlievert, Mary Scherer, Debbie Studer andjacque Taylor. Hawks - Mary Boudewyns, Janle Christie, TheresaCrowley, Mary Lou Forbes, Barbara Harris, Suzanne Holtzbauer, Catherine McEnroe, Linda McGuire, Mary Montag, Betty Ann Reynolds,i Linda Sue Reynolds, and Debbie Utt. Lions - Maureen Angle, Mary CoKenT" Barbara Cook, Jane Crawford, Lois Evelyn Joens, Merri Lalng, Susan McGuire, Debra Specht, Connie Thilges, Karen Wehrspan and Bonnie Willrett. Colts - Debra Bulten, Cindy Burrls, Debbie Fairbanks, Elena Franco, Bonnie Helmers, Lynette Hinton, Marlene Morz, Phyllis M. Pentecost, Mary Ellen Straub, Vicki Telecky and Diane Welp. SENIOR LEAGUE Bombers - Kathleen Devine, Janice Farrow, Barbara Faulstich, Janis Marie Haag, Mary Lee Foth, Marsha Geilenfeld, Nancy Haag, Susan Jergenson, Kathy Lallier, Diane Logue, Linda L. Snodgress, Janet Studer PUBLIC INVITED ANNUAL DINNER HONORING SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR VETERANS and their Auxiliary SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1965 6:30 P. M. VWF HALL - ALGONA DONATION: $1.00 per person Advance tickets available from VFW members or send reservations to Box 159 — Algona, Iowa. and Diane Winter. Sockets - Mary Helen Bestpn- lehner, Julie Chrischllles, Marilyn Dau, Gail Kirkland, Diane Levy, Suzanne McGlnnis, Marcy Moen, Doreen Mowers, J. Ellen Pittman, Kathy Senenfelder, Jean Taylor, Kathy L. Taylor and Maria Wittkopf. Jets - Becky Buscher, Terry Ann Cook, Becky Egel, Judy Erpelding, Annette Gilbride, Cindy Anne Hansen, Jennilee Hutchison, Mary Lou Nitchals, Debra J. Romer, Ann Taylor, Connie Thilges and Patty Wagner. Astronauts •• Vicki Anderson, Theresa Beaumont, Cheryl Bird, Linda Briggs, Vicki Lynn Brown, Sherry Bulten, Virginia Hardgrove, Kathy James, Debra Johnson, Mary Jo Lichter, Mary Lovstad, Cathy Straub and Liane Treganza. Sentral Girls Won Medals In Track Meet FENTON - Mary Ellen Ditsworth of Fenton, Sentral high school freshman, won first place and a gold medal in the five- flight 60-meter low hurdles for junior high girls at the Iowa Track and Field meet at Drake University stadium in Des Moines on Saturday, May 29. Other Sentral girls in the meet were Teresa Kennedy, eighth grade, Susan Blanchard, Linda Hanna and Betty Wehrspan, freshmen. The four won medals for third place in the 880 yard relay. Teresa Voigt placed fourth in the shot-put. Sentral's 440-relay team, Hanna, Ditsworth, Wehrspan and Blanchard, placed fifth. Modifieds And Hobbies Will Run Friday Weather permitting, the weekly program of modified and hobby stock car races will go on as scheduled at the fairgrounds here Friday evening, beginning with time trials at 8:30 p. m. At the present time, leading point-getters ' in the modified division are Larry Nerdig, Forest City, 460, Stacy Redmond, Gary graduated last week from Luther with a B. A. In biology. During the past school term, he has been assisting in swimming instruction at the college. He has recently participated in track meets in various cities In Iowa and set a record last .we$k at Rock Island. He has taken a position in instructing at the swimming pool at Decorah for the summer. Gary will be head track and cross-country coach next year at the Craig, Colo, high school, where he has signed a contract to teach biology. Accident Victim Funeral services for Curtis Muth, 49, a former resident of Algona when he was section foreman on the C. & N.W. railroad here for 13 years, were held Friday at Hawarden, la. Mr. Muth succumbed to injuries received in an auto accident. He left Algona in 1959 when transferred by the railroad. He had been an officer in Post 2541, V.F.W., while living here. His wife survives him. 500 At Smelt Fry The annual West Bend American Legion smelt fry held last Friday evening at the Legion club in West Bend, drew about 500 persons, including many from the Algona area. A delicious batch of smelt was offered. MOVIE CLOCK THURSDAY thru SATURDAY "Ride The Wild Surf, - 7:25 9:30. SATURDAY MATINEE at 1:30. SUNDAY - "Sylvia" - 1:30 3:25 - 5:20 - 7;30 - 9:45. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY "Sylvia" - 7:15 - 9:25. SUNDAY thru WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 - 16 — Continuous Sunday from 1:30 ALGONA ENDS SATURDAY - JUNE 12 "RIDE THE WILD SURF" MAHARIS IS THE FUSE CARROLL BAKER IS THE POWDER Sylvia ssmnmwmmw PIUS COLOR CARTOON "Sylvia" coming to the Algona Theatre Sunday A SCORCHING SCENE FROM AN EXPLOSIVE FILM — Carrol Baker and George Maharis, two of the screen's most exciting performers, appear together for the first time in "Sylvia," a Martin Poll production for Paramount which opens Sunday at the Algona Theatre. Based on a best-selling novel by E. V. Cunningham, "Sylvia" is loaded with a star-studded cast which Includes Joanne Dru, Peter Lawford, Viveca Lindfors, Edmond O'Brien, Aldo Ray, Ann Sothern and Lloyd Bochner. Change Date The opening date for the Arts and Craft program has been changed from June 7 to June 14, due to interference with the bible school program. It will be held at Bryant school. USTFJ KLGA ru TUES.. 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