Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 10, 1967 · Page 5
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Bulldogs win, end season at 14-2 AJgoiia high school clinched it least a share of the North Central Conference bftMbell crown Friday night by belting Webster City 7-0 in a five-inning game that wsfs neatly three hours late in starting. The Lynx forfeited the second game. The Bulldogs new. are 1M In the conference and have one conference game against Clarion to play. It Is a make-up game and will be played after the tournaments. An Algona win would assure the league title but a loss would necessitate playing Iowa Falls later on. LuVerne high school plastered Algona's Bulldogs with their second straight loss of the season after 12 straight wins Wednesday night as the Lions nipped Algona 4-2 at LuVerne. Both teams scored single runs in the second inning but LuVerne pushed over three counters in the third to ice the game. Algona outhit the home club 6-5. Three straight singles by Don Hagen, Roger Barr and Tom Jones produced Algona's first run in the second and a walk to Craig Espe, a wild pitch and Tom Claude's single brought home the second run in the fifth. LuVerne scored initially on singles by Shelby and Hanselman and then five walks and Daryl Trauger's single pro- Playground class Either way, the title will hang in the balance for awhile at least. Algona meets Mallard Wednesday night in a - _ . _ . first round sectional game at duced tne winning three runs. Garrigan at 6 p.m. Coach Dave Roeber, started for Al— gona and Dale Pedersen came on in the third and walked two runs home before putting out the fire. Hanson went all the way for LuVerne in a fine pitch- Keith Christie plans to throw ace starter Craig Espe a few innings at least in every game. ESPE GAVE up just one hit in pitching the five-inning win against the Lynx. They were an hour late in arriving because of a mix-up in the starting time and then only hall of the team got here. One of the two school bus units broke down at Goldfield and a car had to be dispatched to pickup the remaining players. Thus the doubleheader scheduled to start at 4:45 p.m. didn't actually get underway until 7:30 p.m. but there was still a good crowd on hand. After a scoreless first inning, Algona got to the Lynx pitcher in the second for four runs including a run-scoring triple by Tom Jones. ALGONA (7) ab r h Espe, p. 211 Claude, 2b. .2 0 0 Meyer, 3b. 311 Roeber, If. 212 Taylor, rf. 3 1 1 Barr, ss. 2 00 Jones, Ib. 211 Hagen, c. 201 Boldridge, cf. 1 10 TOTALS 19 7 6 ing effort to post the win. ALGONA (2) ab Espe, c. 3 Claude, 2b. 3 •Meyer, 3b. 3 Roeber, p. 2 M. Belts, If. 2 Farnham, rf. ____ 2 Hagen, c. 3 Barr, ss. 3 Jones, Ib. 3 Pedersen, ph, p. __ 1 Boldridge, ph. cf._ 1 Taylor, rf. 1 TOTAL 27 r 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 LUVERNE (4) ab r Hanselman, cf. 4 0 Barber, rf. 4 0 Hanson, p. 1 1 Nelson, ss. 2 1 Trauger, c. 3 1 Will, Ib. 2 0 Warmbier, 2b. __.. 2 0 Schipull, 3b. 2 1 Shelby, If. 2 0 TOTALS 22 4 Score By Innings R H Algona 010 010 026 LuVerne 013000X4 5 h 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 6 h 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 1 5 E 1 2 PICTURED ABOVE is golf instructor John Vint who is instructing Nancy Moen, 11, in the correct procedure for lining up a shot. Nancy is one of the 18 Algona young persons taking part in the city's summer playground recreational program. The golf class meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the golf practice area north of the high school baseball field. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. lllllllinillllllllllllllllMIIIIMIIIIIIUIIIIII tllllll IHHMHIIIimlMIIIIIHHMlllHMII Bancroft, sister and brother of Mrs. Barton and Sister Mermenegild. Other guests of the Bartons have been their soft Ronald and family, Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller went to Lake City, Minn. Sunday and returned home Monday. They visited their son Paul and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Miller nave had as guests the tatter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Teed of Webster City and Mr. Teed's sister Mrs. Helen Tripp, of Cherryvilie, Kans. Mrs. Frances Moo has had as weekend guests her brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Crutcher and son Steve, of Bloomington, 111. Mrs. Nancy Morrall had as July 4th guest her grandson Tim Morrall, of Armstrong. She had as weekend guests her grandson Robert Le Vier and family, of Iowa City, and Sunday had as additional dinner guests her son Bernard Morrall and family of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Long Jr., PJainview, Texas, have adopted a girl, Amy Anne, 3 years old. The Longs are former Algonans. The Al Missal family visited relatives in Winona, III., several days recently. They left Friday for a few days in Minnesota. Mrs. Ann Clark returned home Wednesday from Iowa City where she had surgery recently. She is making good recovery. Tim, youngest son of the Clarks, was competing in a swimming meet at Emmetsburg Wednesday evening and was knocked out in 3 practice dive. He was taken to the hospital there where x- rays were taken, and remained overnight, returning home Thursday morning where further examinations are being made by a local doctor. LI1TIE LEAGUE GAMES (i*»ej all of Armstrong, Carrol Olsons, Ottosen, Bar) Olsons and Jon and Bruce Osborns, all of Cylinder. Weekend guests of the Everett Withams included their daughter, the Robert Thiels, Davenport, who came Friday evening and their grandson, Darrel Greene, Burbank, Calif., whom they met at the airport at Fairmont Saturday. Also visiting them Saturday night were Mr. Witham's niece and husband, the William Moores, Iowa City. The Norman Watsons, Troy Grove, 111., arc expected Wednesday for several days with her parents. Sunday evening guests at Everett Witham's included the Raymond Shryocks, Ring- sled, and Clarence Thicl, Emmetsburg. They came to visit the Robert Thiels, sister and father of Mr. Thicl. PICWEE LEAOUE Makeup Games Astros 13 Saints 9 Saints 9 Astros 6 Games Thii Week Mon.—Astros vs. Colts Tues.—Colts vs. Mets Wed.—Astros vs. Cubs AMERICAN LEAGUE Makeup Game* Yankees 10.^ Orioles 7 Garnet Thii We«k Mon.—Twins vs. Angels Tues.—Athletics vs Yankees Wed.—Indians vs. Tigers NATIONAL LEAGUE Makeup Garnet Garnet Thit Week Mon.—Braves vs. Reds Tues.—Giants vs. Phillies Wed.—Pirates vs. Dodgers SENIOR LEAGUE Makeup Garnet Warriors 11 Whittemore 7 Garnet Thit Week Mon.—Warriors vs. Trojans Tues.—Trojans vs. Chiefs Wed.—Warriors vs. Spartans •V THOMAS t. O*HAKA etiehmen. Seerd af Trueieee Nettanel Aeeoeletlon at Inveetment Club* Garrigan rips Burt 13-2 to end season Garrigan high school ended its regular baseball season as it picked up three straight wins last week and finished the year with an 8-6 mark. The Bears open against West Bend here Wednesday night in sectional tournament play at 8 p.m. The Bears clobbered Burt high school 13-2 here Friday night to close out their season after drubbing Britt high school there 8-1 Wednesday. John Mertz pitched the Britt win and Joe Becker and John Winkel combined to win the Burt game. Garrigan banged out eight hits including two by Becker to subdue Britt. The Bears (didn't score until the , third and then picked up three in the third and fifth innings and one in the sixth and seventh frames. Britt got its lone run in the second and Becker hurled a no-hitter for the game. The run scored on two walks and three passed balls. GARRIGAN scored all of its 13 runs in the first four innings to belt Burt Friday evening. The locals banged out 11 hits in the process. Fresh-Sophs win 2ri cant The Aleona high school fresh-USTwon their second ATTEND FAMILY REUNION straight baseball game by clubbing Clear Lake 12-2 here Thursday. Dave Lawman chalked up his second win on the mound as he went all the way. The Bullpups meet Eagle Grove here Monday in Sterling was a Bateman girl. the final game of the season. we im*u ga FRIENDS ARE GUEST$ Mrs. James Kelley entertained a group of friends at an informal party Thursday evening. Soclefy GOLDEN WEDDING Dr. and Mrs. Harry Jenkinson of Solon on Lake McBride near Iowa City, are celebrating their golden wedding anniversary July 10. They will hold open house but the plans are not for an elaborate observance. The son Lewis, of Tulsa, Okla., will not be able to attend. Dr. Jenkins is a 1910 graduate of Algona high school. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Adrian Sterling's birthday July 10 was celebrated with a family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller came from Du- Duque, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell, Mary Beth and Sterling came from Ankeny and Mrs. Helen Passmore and David who make their home with the Sterlings. NEIGHBORHOOD PICNIC A neighborhood family picnic was held July 4th at Mr. and Mrs. Orville Duncan's. Present were Messrs, and Mesdames Ray Gilbert, Gerald Klatt, Robert Derbyshire, Tom Cogdall, Elmer Cook, James Lowman, Irving Miller and Charles Bird. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterl ing, Mrs. Helen Passmore and David, daughter and grandson of the Sterlings, attended a Bateman family reunion recently at Webster City. Mrs. NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE Wf Algona 11 Clear Lake 7 Iowa Falls 5 Hampton 6 Eagle Grove — 4 Clarion 3 Humboldt 4 Webster City 1 L 1 3 3 5 6 6 7 10 Mvshroomi This has been a long and productive mushroom season. Mr an<J Mrs. Harold Conrad of North English and their family gathered over 400 BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Russell Cook was hostess to her bridge club last week Wednesday afternoon. BRIDGE CLUB TO MEET The Idle Hour bridge club meets Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Delia McCullough. CARD CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Elmer Kelley was hostess to her card club Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Walker are being visited by Mrs. Gil Fosnaugh, Lavonne and Luellen, of Guttenberg, Neb. Mr. and Mrs.-Walker have been at Iowa Falls and were with Howard Walker and Howard Johnson. Mr. and Mrs* J. I. Merryman are being visited by their soh ; in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. George Dora and Kevin, of Billings, Mont. The two families spent a day at Milford and the Okobojis and .the Spirit Lake areas. They have relatives at Milford. The Merryman daughter Mrs. Harold Jergenson and Rickie came Saturday from Aurora, Colo, and another daughter Mary, Mrs. Gideo Kaldon will also be here from Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McQuiston are being visited a couple of weeks by their son James and family and Mr. and Mrs. William Mulligan, of Gloucester, New Jersey. They were also visited over the July 4th holiday by their son Lee and family of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. "Dutch" Honsbruch and Mrs. Elizabeth Post are at the Okobojis for a while and doing some fishing. The Honsbruchs have a large house-trailer which they purchased last year. Mrs. Olga Jordan has boon visited by her son and dauehx ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan and children, of Mini neapoljs. < Mrs. Madelia Walker spent July 4th at Wesley with her son-in-law and Mrs. Dennis Fritz. William Higgjns, son of Mrs. Dorothy Higgins, graduated from Iowa City university this spring from a course in law. He is employed as a legal aid in Waterloo but in October will be in the Marines. His father has been deceased many years and he and his mother have made their home with their relatives Helen and Julia McEnroe. Several 4-H girls assisted in serving of the Good Samaritan Home picnic dinner July 4 and were Marilyn Roethler, Sue Smith, Debbie Specht, Zelda Meehlhause, and Becky Buscher. The management is grateful for their assistance. Mr. and Mrs. Dick McGinnis and family spent the weekend over the 4th at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves were also at the lake with Mr§. Esther Cook of Mason City. Mr. Hargreaves came home a day sooner than Mrs. Hargreaves. Mrs. Emil Larson, of Swea City, and Mrs. Maude Jungberg of Kissimmee, Fla., formerly of the Swea City and Armstrong area, visited Mrs. Vera Wohler at the Good Samaritan Home Friday. Mrs. Wohler's home was formerly at Armstrong. Mrs? Alice Wilkins and Mrs. Twilla Bartholomew have been at Brainerd, Minn., spending several days with their brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford at their summer cottage. Mrs. Louise Murphy was taken to St. Ann hospital on Thursday. She has not been in good health for a while. She is a sister of Mrs. Ralph Valentine. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling became great-grandparents for a second time when a son Jason Bradley was recently born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reavis. The infant weighed 3 . pounds and 7 ounces and was in an incubator for a time. The mother is the former Diane Frankl. The other great- grandchild is a daughter of the former Virginia Frankl. Mr.- and Mrs. Frank Moulton Jr. are having their granddaughter Kimberly Immerfall in their home the past week, a treat for grandparents. Mrs. Richard Groen and her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Earl Meier of Cylinder went to Iowa City last week Sunday to see the mother Mrs. Nettie Lavrenz who is a patient at the university hospital. Rev. end Mrs. Billy Goodpasture and Mr. and Mrs. Alden McAdams attended a meeting Thursday evening at Fort Dodge at the Nazarene church at which churches Engaged MR. AND MRS. Maynard Wiegand of Burt, announce the engagement of their daughter, Phyllis Grace, to Richard Stockwell, son of Mrs. Alice Stockwell and the late 0. I started buying stocks about two years ago under the Monthly Investment Plan, investing $40 every three months. Whenever I can, which is not often, I put in a bit more than that minimum. I have nearly 11 shares of American Telephone A Telegraph. How many shares of this stock or any other, should I acquire before switching to a new one? A. When you accumulate about $1,000 worth of a stock you might switch to another until you have holdings in eight or ten different companies. This would give you good diversification, plus experience with various types of companies. You might study the Model Portfolio in the enclosed copy of Better Investing for ideas of the kind of stocks to 'builiK your holdings on. Q. Please recommend some investment primers for me, a financial ignoramus. In nine years I shall retire with a so-so pension, which I should supplement with income from investments during the next few years. I can invest about $200 a month. commented on the "no load" suggested asking for a list from Investment Company Institute in New York. I wrote for the list and have had no reply. Is there any other source for this information? You can probably find a copy of "Investment Companies" by Arthur Wicsenberger at your local library. This book includes a listing of all mutual funds; from this list you can obtain the names of the "no load" funds by picking out those which show their sales charge as zero. Also in August each year, Forbes Magazine presents a study of a large number of mutual funds. Usually this contains a special "no load" section. WE ARE NOW IN OUR I LOCATION Algona Hotel Building 104S. Thorington Algona, Iowa SEE US FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEED9 Everett Barr INSURANCE PHONE 295-3242 r at the 1200 ROOM HOTEL i A. First, ask a broker for "The Language of Investing" and "How to Understand Fi- Clarence Stockwell, Laurens. ^PrLeTb^Nek^k An August 20 wedding is plart- ^fSMk and the brok ned. ••••••••••eeeaeeaeeeee Seneca eifvft* MMttry •eeee«M«aeaa»Ms»aaae Janet Looft, daughter of the David Loofts, had her first birthday June 28, and guests were her grandparents, the Glen Hoppes, Truman, Minn., her great grandmother, Mrs. Hinrichs, Fairmont, and an aunt and uncle, the Marvin Hoppes, Medelia, Minn. Thursday, her birthday, callers included an aunt and uncle, the Robert Thates, Ceylon, and the Henry Loofts. tt was also the Henry Loofts' wedding anniversary. Mrs. Henry Looft had the Seneca Thursday club Thursday. Mrs. Edvin Jensen was from various areas were\>re«". the birthday member. Mrs. F Alfred Petersen will be the ent. Mr, and Mrs, Russell Weds were visited Monday and over night by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Werts of Spencer. Joan Pest, a student nurse at St. Joseph's school of nursing at Sioux City, came for a few days vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post. Rev, and Mrs. O. W. Brand who have been living at Forest City plan to go to Rochester, Minn, where their daughter Joyce will be teaching. Rev. Brand was a pastor at the Algona Methodist church several years ago.'Mrs. Brand has been an invalid from multiple sclerosis g number of years and Rev. Brand has not been in too good health. Mrs. Brand has been in a nursing home for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Barton have had as guests the latter's sister and niece Sister Mary Hermenegild and Sister Bernard Marie, of Milwaukee, Wis. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martinek and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hauptman at July hostess. The Clarence Osborns held a family gathering Sunday for their guests, the Hudson Potters and Peggy, Rockford, HI. Mrs. Potter is the former Pauline Osborn. Present included the William Browns, Fairmont, Otto Kelleys, Swea City, John Kelleys, Wilfred Browns and Melvin Browns, er probably has them on hand. They are free. As for books, 1 suggest "Guide to Successful Investing" by Roger Spears, "How to Buy Stocks" by Louis Eng- eLs, and "An Introduction to Corporate Financial Statements" by Robert W. Greenleaf. Then you might branch out to a text or two on investment and security analysis. If, by this time, you have developed a real interest in the subject, read "Security Analysis" by Graham, Dodd, and Cottle. This one Is difficult, but it's thorough. 1 would heartily suggest that you join an investment club, where you can get some actual practice in investing with small amounts. These are easy to set up with friends and/or co-workers. You can get material on how to do it from the National Association of Investment Clubs if you are interested. To invest your $200 a month, you might pick a good oil company, a strong public utility and a couple of growth- type manufacturing companies, and set up a Monthly Investment Plan with your broker, investing $40 a month in each of them, and the balance in your Investment Club. Q. In a recent article you Riding Equipment We are authoriied dealers for Herford, Tex Tan and Circle Y saddles. Large selection of new and used saddles. Complete line of tack. Women's and ' children's squaw boots and moccasins. Western belts, buckles, ties and billfolds. Trophies and engraving. Leather repair. We Trade — We need used saddles and guns. 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