The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 28, 1965
Page 9
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Alflonn, (lo.) Upper Dej Meln«-9 W«dn«doy, July 28, 1965 BUTTONS Mrs. Lawrence Bockensteclt, West Union, has more than 100,000 buttons in her collection started in 1937. They are kept on cards and mounted in glass- covered cases with 2,000 buttons on each card. In addition to collecting buttons for her display cases, Mrs. Bockenstedt makes button corsages, bouquets and bracelets of them. Pictured above are the Tigers of the American League (6th and 7th grades). The Tigers have a 5-3 record, good for third place. From left to right in the front row are: Galen Friedrich, Denny Payne, Steve Bristow, Tom McEnroe, Paul Schilts, Dan Smith, and Tim McCarthy. Back row, left to right: Sig Wood, (coach), Gene Friedrich, Ken Friedrich, Craig Lemkee, Neil O'Brien, Terry Alt and Tom Waller (coach). f^ KOSSUTH COUNTY SPORTS ^ -* Swimmers Top Spencer After Triangular Loss Algona swimmers built up a lead and then held off a closing Spencer challenge to win a duel swim meet here Tuesday evening, 181-169 The victory moved Coach John Schutter's tankers to a 3-2 conference record and 5-2 over-all mark. Next competition for the team will be Tuesday, August 3, when Algona hosts the conference swim meet including Emmets'- " burg, Humboldt, Estherville, • Storm Lake and Spencer. Here are the individual winners in Tuesday's Spencer meet: Girls 16 and over - 25 meter butterfly - Cheryl Cook. Girls 12 and under - 25 meter breastroke - Susan Walker. Boys 12 and under - 25 meter breaststroke - Cooper. Boys 16 and over - 50 meter butterfly - John Schutter. Boys 16 and over - 50 meter freestyle - John Schutter. Boys 16 and over - 50 meter backstroke - Doug Barr. Girls 13 and under - one meter diving - Becky Meyer. Boys 13 and under - one meter diving - Olson. Girls 14 and over - one meter diving - Linda Lovstad. Boys 14 and over - one meter diving - Jim Johnson. Boys open three meter diving- Bob Smith. TYPING PAPER, Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. FIRST LOSS IN TRIANGULAR Algona Swim Team Drops Triangular The Algona Swim Team lost its first meet of the season at Estherville, Friday night: Estherville 228, Emmetsburg 215, Algona ITV^Even though Algona's boys 16 and over Medley Relay Team was disqualified after setting the fastest time ever seen in the area, Algona was in the thick of the meet until diving. Then Algona gained only 9 points to the 53 for Estherville and 33 for Emmetsburg. On the brighter side of the meet, Algona Swimmers topped many of their own records in the fast pool and appear to be in fine shape to challenge the strong Spencer and Storm Lake teams here Tuesday night. Those that broke Algona Records were: Girls 13-15 Medley: P. Gregson, S. Walker, C. Bird, and S. Bullock. Girls 16 and over Medley: Les. Norton, L. Whittemore, J. Milder and R. Bullock. THE IMUKY TO P*WS, THE •IwC? Girls 12 and under breast st.: S. Walker and C. Bird. Boys 12 and under breast st.: S. Fitzpatrick. Boys 13-15 'fly: G. Nelson. Boys 16 and over 'fly: R. Nelson. Girls 12 and under back: N. Limbaugh. Boys 12 and under back, C. Cassel. Girls 13-15 free st.: S. Bullock. Boys 16 and over free: R. Nelson and B. Smith. Girls 13-15 breast st. S. Walker. Boys 13-15 breast, G. Nelson. Girls 16 and over back, Les Norton and L. Whittemore. Boys 16 and over back: T. Powell and W. Dohlman (tied Algona Record). Girls 12 and under free: N. Limbaugh. Girls 13-15 back: P. Gregson. Boys 13-15 back: G. Powell. Boys 16 and over breast st.: J. Johnson. Girls 13-15 50 free: S. Bullock. Girls 12 and under freestyle relay: N. Limbaugh, C. bird, D. Utt, and S. Walker. Girls 13-15 freestyle relay: P. Gregson, B.Walker,E.Haack, and S. Bullock. Conference Records W L Estherville 3 1 Algona 3 2 Emmetsburg 1 1 Spencer 0 1 Storm Lake 0 0 Humboldt 0 2 Stocks To Race As Usual Here This Friday The weekly program of hobby and modified stock car races at the fairgrounds here will get underway Friday at 8:30 p.m. with warm-ups, according to Dwight Cook, flagman for Kossuth Speedway. Failure of a number of cars to appear here for the modified events last Friday resulted in rumors that the racing season had ended abruptly - and the rumors are unfounded. Many drivers from this area (and outside) who normally run their cars here have indicated they will be here for Friday's events - and as long as they continue to be held here. They were contacted by phone by Mr. Cook earlier this week, So, it will be racing as usual Friday evening. Local Vaulter Wins Pair Of Track Titles Wayne Patterson, Algona high school graduate last spring, continued his pole-vaulting activities by winning that event in two Iowa Track Federation meets, The first was at Iowa Falls where he placed first by clearing 11 feet in the junior division, Friday at Wartburg College in Waverly, Patterson went 12 feet to win the junior division, Last spring, he placed third in state Class A competition at Des Moines by making 12 feet. PEEWEE LEAGUE Colts Astros Athletics Mets Red Sox W 7 4 4 3 1 L 1 2 4 4 8 Monday: Colts 11, Mets 0 Tuesday: Athletics 8, Red Sox 5 Wednesday: Athletics vs. Colts Thursday: Red Sox vs. Astros Monday: Athletics vs. Mets NATIONAL LEAGUE Pirates Dodgers Cards Braves Phillies Reds W 5 6 4 2 2 2 L 1 2 3 5 5 5 Monday: Cardinals 16, Phillies 7 Tuesday: Pirates 6, Braves 2 Wednesday: Dodgers vs. Cards Thursday: Pirates vs. Phillies Monday: Braves vs. Reds AMERICAN LEAGUE Angels White Sox Tigers Twins Orioles Indians W 6 6 5 2 1 1 L 1 1 3 5 5 6 Monday: Angels 16, Indians 9 Tuesday: Twins 12, Orioles 7 Wednesday: Tigers vs. Angels Thursday: Orioles vs. Indians Monday: Twins vs. White Sox SENIOR LEAGUE Giants Senators Yankees Cubs Whittemore W 6 5 5 3 0 L 2 2 4 6 7 BY HELEN HALE TRADED IN RECENTLY BY THESE FINE "LITTLE OLD LADIES" Easy Meals Did you know that you can heat canned spaghetti and meat balls to serve within 20 minutes in the top of the double boiler Serve with bakery Rarlic bread heated in the oven for 10 minutes. Canned beef stew heats quickly and looks pretty when you border it in a casserole with mashed potatoes made from a package. Chili? Homemade or canned makes an attractive platter when it's ringed with elbow macaroni, cooked and seasoned with salt and pepper. For the hottest of nights there's nothing more refreshing than salad made from canned shrimp and lobster which has been chilling in the refrigerator. Turkey or chicken slivers and pieces can also go into a supper salad with sliced celery cabbage, toasted almonds, peas and mayonnaise. Peaches or mandarin orange sections make a good garnish. Leftover seafood can go into an a la king sauce. Serve this over a bed of parslcid, instant rice. NO KIDDING ! THE REAL BARGAINS IN USED CARS ARE ON OUR LOT. RIDICULOUS at Our Gas Station REGULAR $2.75 VALUE PLASTIC AIR MATRESSES Full Size Pillow - Leak Proof Valves WHILE THEY LAST DAY SPECIALS on Our Used Car Lot 1958 CADILLAC DeVILLE, Very Clean and Full Power at this Ridiculously Low Price. SEE IT DRIVE IT Helen's Favorite: Smoked Salmon Bowl (Serves 6) 2 cups shredded smoked salmon Vi cup cooked peas 1/2 cup chopped celery 1/2 cup sliced, cooked green beans 1/2 cup diced cooked potatoes 1 head of chicory or lettuce, shredded 2 hard-cooked eggs, separated French dressing Pearl Onions Toss all ingredients together, except eggs, in salad bowl with French dressing to moisten. Garnish with sieved egg yolk on top and a border of sieved whites 1965 PONTIAC LeMANS, 2- door hardtop, w/bucket seats, only 2,000 miles. 1964 MERCURY PARK LANE hardtop, 4-door, with buck, seats, center console, very fancy and low miles. 1964 PONTIAC TEMPEST Le- MANS hardtop, 4-speed transmission, V8 motor. 1963 BUICK LeSABRE 4-door, full power, very clean and priced to sell. 1963 PONTIAC TEMPEST, 4 cyl., 3 speed trans. 1963 BUICK STATION WAG., full power, and a good buy for someone 1962 FORD V-8, 2-door, itick shift 1962 CHEVROLET V-8 Bolair, power steering, auto, transmission. 1960 CHEVROLET 9 passenger station wagon, V-8, auto, trans. 1960 DODOE 4-door Station Wag., V-8, auto, trans., new tires. 1960 PONTIAC CATALINA, 4- door 1959 FORD V-8's, R & H, auto, transmission, clean. 1959 CHEV. 4-dr. V-8, stick shift with overdrive 1957 FORD CONVERTIBLE, V8 with auto, trans., pwr. steering, black w/white top, 4 new tires. SCHIUH BROS. So. Phillips Algona, Iowa I Monday: Senators 3, Giants 2 Tuesday: Yankees 18, Cubs 0 Wednesday: Giants vs. Yankees Thursday: Cubs vs. Whittemore Monday: Yankees vs. Senators Close Wins By St. Joe And Bancroft Three games were played in Kossuth County League baseball action Sunday. St. Joe squeezed pastSt. Benedict 8-7 in ten innings. Kenne hurled and Kline caught for St. Joe. Rahm and Holmes worked for St. Benedict, and Heinen was behind the plate. St. Joe had 11 hits and St. Benedict 6. In another close contest, Bancroft edged Arnold's Park 7-6. The winners out-hit Arnold's Park 11-9. Johnson threw to Menke for Bancroft, and Kokenge caught for Smith on the losing side. The game was a one-sided affair with Eagle Grove trouncing Swea City 16-4. GOOD DRIVER Jim Maar of Buckingham has 43 years of driving a school bus without any accident. Maar retired at the end of this school year as the law requires retirement at the age of 65. When he started in 1922 he drove about 20 miles a day; at the end this was up to about 60 miles of driving. KEEP OFFICE SUPPLIES? We have them. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN! (small fry, too!) HEY KIDS SEE THE LONGEST TABLE IN THE WORLD...FILLED WITH EVERY ITEM,IMAGINABLE FOR RIDICULOUS DAYS! SLIGHTLY USED COMIC BOOKS I LIVING ROOM TABLES IND, STEP, LAMP & COFFEE - YOUR CHOICE only 9.80 REGULAR $24.50 TO $56.50 VALUES MEANWHILE, INSIDE - Slim's back from his busted arm - and he says it's all healed up, but with all this time out now he will bust the price tags inside. COME INSIDE, TWIST HIS ARM AND SEE WHAT A DEAL YOU'LL GET I FUSTER S FORNITURE (NORMALLY FOSTER'S - BUT WHO'S NORMAL)

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