The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1965 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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Algona Swim Team 2nd, Meet Alflona (la.) Upper uet MeinM Tuesday, August 10, 7965 The Algona swimming team, which has had a fine season this summer, concluded its home activities by finishing second in the first annual North Iowa Conference Swim Meet held here Thursday, with the wind-up in the evening. Members of the local swimming squad are shown in the aoove photo. In the front row, left to right, are Gary Cooper, Russell Bird, Gene Chrischilles, Sliannon Lynch, Paul Martin, Tandy Nielsen, Jeff Higgs, J. D. Epperliart, Kermit Olson, Mike Cooper, Joe Destenlelmer, Becky Meyer and Debbie Utt. Higgs and Epper- liart are holding the 2nd place trophy - trophies were awarded for the first three teams. Second row, left to right, Coach John Schutter, Wayne Dohlman, Jim Johnson, Larry Taylor, Chuck Cassel, Doug Barr, Steve Fitzpatrick, Gary Nelson, Kevin Lynch, Ryan Lynch and Cheryl Bird. Back row, left to right, Susie Walker, Betty Walker, Evelyn Haack, Ann Taylor, Nita Limbaugh, Patty Gregson, Rosemary Bullock, Charyl Cook, Linda Lovstad, Sue Bullock, Jean Milder, Leslie Norton and Lynn Norton. Second place winners for Algona were Mike Cooper, Charyl Cook, Susan Walker (two second places), Gary Nelson (two second places), and Doug Barr. Algona took three relay events and led in point standings until the diving events where Estherville took three firsts to move ahead. All winning times will stand as conference records since this was the first North Iowa Conference Swim Meet. Pool manager Beanie Cooper made an announcement asking all interested persons to promote swim teams in their respective communities. The Algona program of competitive swimming lias brightened the summer activities of many, and it is hoped that the other communities in the conference will continue to work for an even busier program of swimming next summer. Here are the final team point standings, showing conference champion Estherville's margin over Algona, and Algona's narrow lead over third-place Spencer. Kenne and Henderson hurled for St. Joe, while Holm and Johnson pitched for Swea City, with the winners getting 10 hits wev€ MOV€D IT ^ TOTH6 DRIV€-IN T«€ATR€ | NOW THRU WED. Estherville ALGONA Spencer Emmetsburg Storm Lake Humboldt 278 258 256 228 83 12 JAMES BOND IS BAGK...1DBAGKI SeanConnenr as JAMES BOND in Dr.No" i KHNICOLOB ».. iriMud ih,,/UNIIED ARTISTS Individual first-place winners for Algona were John Sclwtter in the 50-meter butterfly, 50- meter freestyle, and 100-meter freestyle; Cheryl Cook in the 25-meter butterfly and 50-meter freestyle; Jim Johnson in the 50-meter breaststroke; Patty Gregson in the 25-meter backstroke; and Wayne Dohlman in thf 25-meter backstroke. High Scoring Games Mark County Loop Arnolds Park dumped Eagle Grove, 7-2, Bancroft raced past Si. Benedict, 1G-8, and St, Joe belted Swea City, 13-2, in Kossuth County Baseball League action Sunday. Carstens hurled for Arnolds Park and Kuenhast for Eagle Grove, with the winners getting eight hits and the losers 11. Dick Diers pitched for Bancroft, giving up six hits, while Rahm, Froelilich, Mertz and Heinen allowed 16 while pitching for St. Benedict, , ENDS WEDNESDAY ELVIS PRESLEY "TICKLE ME" ••••••••»••••• THURS thru SAT. AUGUST 12-14 Em SOMMCR, Etoe MeRMaN I A UNIVERSAL ROJS HyNTER-CHEJtOKU picTUREl • PIUS "CASEY AT THE METS" FREE BACK TolcHOQl FRIDAY MATINEE AUG. 13 AT 1:00 A 3:00 TICKETS FROM THE MERCHANTS WITH SIGNS DISPLAYEP IN THEIR WINDOWS "THE PRIVATE WAR OF MAJOR BENSON" Plwi 6 Color Cartooni THURS. thru SAT., Aug. 12 - 14 THURSDAY IS "BUCK KITE" The Whole Carload for $1.00 ELVIS PRESLEY & ANN-MARGRET in A JACK CUMMINGS-GEORGE SIDNEY PRODUCTION Hear Elvis sing new songs on his RCA Victor 45 EP record"VIVA LAS VEGAS Its that "Go-Go" guy and thai "Bye-Bye' gal! PAMAVISIOM S METROCOUOR CESARE DANOVA -.WILLIAM DEMAREST NICKY BLAIR • SALLY'BENSQN • GEORGE'SIDNEY * PLUS SECOND EXCITING HIT! * The true story of Lt. John F. Kennedy's incredible adventure in the South Pacific! A band of men left for dead in a flaming sea and their epic heroism and survival! IN COLOR! •MS GREGORY- ROBERT GULP- cJEEPOK CEEEPEJ MIDNIGUT SUOW .SAT., THE 14TH AT NO EXTRA CHARGED YOU* iUCKY ENTBITAINMINT NO. 29f.71»i

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