Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 13, 1967 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1967
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LI1TLE LEAGUE GAMES PEEWEE Colts Mets W 6 4 L 0 2 6—Alcana (lawa) AaVanee THURSDAY," JULY 13, W7 Cubs 2 3 Saints _. „ ... 1 4 Astros ._- 1. 5 Results this we«k Monday — Colts 21 Astros 12 Tuesday — Colts 34 Mets 23 Thursday — Saints vs.. Cubs AMERICAN Athletics Orioles Angels Yankees Indians _ Tigers ... Twins W L 4 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 1 2 0 3 0 5 Results this we«k Monday — Angels 10 Twins 5 Tuesday — Athletics 11 Yankees 8 Thursday — Orioles vs. Athletics NATIONAL W L Giants 5 0 Braves 4 1 Cards 3 1 Pirates 1 2 Phillies 1 3 Dodgers 0 3 Reds 0 4 Results this week Monday — Braves 27 Reds 6 HOT DEALS on OK Used Cars & Pickups '1965 CHEVROLET Impala 4- door Hardtop Sedan, power steering and brakes, V-8, Powerglide. 1965 CHEVROLET Impala 4- dr. Sport Sedan, V-8, Powerglide, radio, power steering, new tires, light grey color, black top, all vinyl interior. 1965 FORD 4 door Sedan, 6 cyl., automatic trant., radio, med. blue color. Lots of car for the money. 1965 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4-dr. Sedan, 6 cyl., reg. trans, for economical transportation. See this one. 1963 CHEVROLET 4-dr. Bel Air, 6 cyl., reg. trans., radio, white color. 1963 FORD 4 dr. Sedan, reg. trans., radio, red color. 1963 CHEVROLET Impala Sport Coupe, V-8, Row- erglide, radio, white color. 1964 BUICK Convertible Spec. V6, reg. trans., radio, 4 new tires, cream color, black top. 1961 CHRYSLER 4-dr Newport, power steering, tan color. A nice clean unit for only $595 1960 CHEVROLET 4 door Bel Air, 6 cyl., reg. trans., radio, a clean unit for $495 Used Pickups 1964 CHEVROLET >/ ? Ton Pickup. Long wide box, new tires. 1962 CHEVY Corvair Pickup with tide loading door. Top condition, driven only 29,000 miles. 1960 FORD Va Ton Pickup, clean, extra good tires, body real solid. 1963 FORD Ewnoline Panel Truck, white color. Ideal for electricians, plumb- art, etc, KOSSUTN MOTOR OONPMY So. Wait Court HOOM Square ALGONA, IQWA Central Conference teams and wen Its first outright baeeberl title this week a* tha •wlldafa prepared far aactian* al tournament action, The •ulldefa finished the loop seesen with an 1M mark with two make-up game* that would have been played were they needed, But Clear Leke (M) and lawa Falls <JM) are thua Alfana will praMty nat lawa Falls knaekad •II Claar Leke 14 aarty last week to pu* the faurth lees •ft ttltt" LlMIt* TffMffl rMflMN'eMi •dfod law. Fall. FrUey, M ta onei tha Caaiar • napes. Caach Keith Chrlatla'a club (14-3 far the eeeeanK wara to faaa Mallard In * llrtt rtunal • • • it *• • i AAfliMi lAI^^A^AiAAM tti Mcnoviei Jem* vvewnwBewy er 4 p.m. an tha Oarrifan vie* mand whlla tha Baara wara ta play Watt Band at I p.m. Tha Alfana-Mallard winner meet* •urt, which draw a Writ round bye, at 4 p.m. Friday night here whlla tha Baar * Watt Band wlnnar faces Car* wltivWealey at I p.m. Samillnala af the meat will to at 7:30 p.m. hara tVtWnRfl ^nV e»tvwf vvsw v e^P««M«JIMl WffWMf hat* In MM finals at 7:30 p.m. •AA^^MAA^A^f tiae/ far tha eenfer* * •rak Tha BwlMafa alaa Mad far tha title enaa batata but hava never wan it outright be- Tuesday — Giants 10 Phillies 2 Thursday — Cards vs. Giants SENIOR W L Spartans 4 1 Warriors 4 2 Chiefs 3 4 Whittemore 2 4 Trojans 2 4 Results this week Monday — Trojans 13 Warriors 8 Tuesday — Trojans 12 Chiefs 7 Thursday — Whittemore vs. Spartans GIRL'S SOFTBALL NOVICE W L Robins 4 1 Redbirds 3 1 Orioles 3 2 Canaries 1 4 Jays 1 4 Remits this week Monday — Robins 23 Canaries 13 Tuesday — Orioles 22 Jays 11 Thursday — Orioles vs. Canaries JUNIOR W L Colts - 4 1 Gophers 3 1 Lions 2 3 Hawks - 2 3 Bears 1 4 Results this week Monday — Colts 10 Bears 9 Tuesday — Hawks 21 Lions 11 Thursday — Lions vs. Bears SENIOR W L Rockets 4 0 Jets 5 1 Bombers 2 4 Missiles 1 4 Astros 1 4 Results this week Monday — Bombers 12 Missiles 2 Tuesday — Jets 21 Astronauts 1 Thursday — Astronauts vs. Bombers Edgington tods Fairmont racing Jim Edgington, Algona stock car driver, ended up in first place in the Midseason Championship races at Fairmont's track, it was announced this week with the final standings. Edgington compiled 1570 points compared to the second place total of 1365. In seventh place in the standings was Gene Schattschneider with 835 points while Leo Christensen was in 15th with 420 points; Les Wildin, Algona, in 25th, 150 points; and Cliff Porter, Armstrong, 35th, 35 points. Mittags hold big reunion MITTAGS, their wives, husbands, and children, traveled from the four corners of the U. S., July 8, to be together for the first time since 1949, in honor of their head- of-the-family, Mrs. Eva Mittag, Algona. Mrs. Mittag is the mother and in-law of 18, grandmother of 42, and great- grandmother of nine. Mrs. Mittag and the following made up the three generations who attended the reunion: Frank and Maxine Baldwin, son Mike, Joplin, Mo.; Bill and Karen Baldwin, daughter Jennifer, Dallas, Tex.; Elmer and Joyce Gunn, 2nd Class Petty Officer Jerry Gunn, Norfolk, Va.; Sandra (absent), WACS, Heidleburg, Germany; Barbara (absent); Johnny, Mike, Karen, Jimmy, Cheryle, Jeff and Robert, Emmetsburg. Bob and Joyce Mittag, Dennis, Durwood, Debby and Doug, Escondido, Calif; Pete and Pat Smidt, Jack, David, Mark (absent), Mary, Lois, Philip and Jared, Lakota; Wes and Dons Hauck, son Tom, Duluth, Minn.; Mike and Nancy Cudaney, son Robbie, Minneapolis; Mrs. Judith Rube, son Bobbie, Algona. Mrs. Rube's husband, Jack, is stationed in Viet Nam; Dick and Ruth Mittag, Angela, Danny and Pamela, Jefferson; Dr. Jim and Darlene Mittag, Stephanie, Stephen and Sheila (absent), Kansas City, Mo. Harlan and Judy Helmers, daughter Cindy, Houston, Texas; Wayne and Rena Hanson, Ron and Debby, Algona; Charles and Velma Jean Mittag, Lonnie, Karen, Leslie, Jeff, Kevin, Stacey, Neosho, Mo.; and Bill and Charlys Briley, Kans, Billy Jo, Neosho, Mo. The reunion was held at Call state park Saturday, and Mrs. Eva Mittag was presented a corsage made up of the state flowers of the 5 states represented at the reunion. »»eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeea» Irvington By MM McLean »»»a»»aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa The William Stoakes, Ft. Wayne, Ind., have been vacationing at Carl Swanson's, LuVerne. Mrs. Stoakes is the former Thelma Swanson. Lu Verne Fresh-Sophs lose finale The Algona fresh-sophs dropped their final game of the season to Eagle Grove, 7-5 here Monday afternoon. The Bullpups ended with a 2-5 season. Gary Hagen started on the mound for Algona but pulled a muscle fielding a grounder and had to retire from the game. Dave Low man finished up. Algona catcher Dale Briggs suffered a split finger on a foul ball and was taken to a doctor for four stitches and x-rays to see if a bone was broken. Algona led 3-2 and 4-2 before Eagle Grove took the lead 5-4. Duane Hunt tied it in the fifth with a home run but the visitors scored twice in the sixth to win it. visited with her sister, Mary, Mrs. Ernest Meyer, who is a medical patient at the Hancock County Memorial Hospital in Britt. Lyann, daughter of Gordon Davidson, Burt, and Cathi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Davidson, Adel, have concluded a weeks vacation at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson. Cathi stayed in LuVerne with her grandparents while her parents attended a J. C. meeting in Baltimore, Maryland. ' ->\ aaa aaaaaaaaaa Mrs. Eunice Meyer of Adel, formerly of LuVerne visited with relatives and friends over the weekend. Gimts in the horn* of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber the Homer Tuttles of Pamona, California and their son and family, the Charles Webers of Cedar Rapids. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Weber and family were guests at a birthday party given in honor of their fathers birthday. Sunday callers in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanz were Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wegner of Freeborn, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lenz of Blue Earth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. John Gramenz, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wegner, Bismarck, N. D., Mrs. Beata Tew, Mrs. Jesse Stripling, and Richard Wegner of Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wogner of Bismarck, N. D., are visiting in the home of Mr. Wegners father, Richard Wegner and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wegner are planning to be here for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wegner and their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dillon, and Laura were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz. The Wegners and Dillons reside in Kansas City, Kansas, They came to attend the Wagner reunion on Sunday in Lu- Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Klawitter of Bloomington, 111., returned home after spending a week visiting in the home of Mrs. Klawitter's sister, Mrs. Lena Hinz and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Klawitter also Golden wedding St. Joe Mrs. SylvMtor Wagner >aaaaaaaaaa»aaaaa»aaa»» David Bormann, son of the Bob Bormanns, returned home Saturday from Iowa City university hospital where he had surgery. The Tom McKeown family, Lake City, Minn, spent the weekend at E. J. KoUaschs, formerly of here, are planning on moving to Charles City. The Alfred Redings took their daughter Sharon to Sioux City Sunday where Monday morning she started work at the postal finance office in the IBM department. Sharon is a 1966 Garrigan high school graduate and the Mankato Business College. Miss Hart man, Estherville, a classmate at Mankato, also lives in the Carroll Apartments on llth. Nebraska Street in Sioux City. Patricia Ann Thilges, infant daughter of the Paul Thilges, Jr., born June 29, was baptized Friday morning in St. Joseph's church by Rev. L. C. Schumacher, The Therman Pruitts, Colorado Springs, Colo., aunt and uncle of Patricia Ann, were sponsors.. The Dale Ohicoines and David, Jefferson, S. p., were weekend visitors with Mrs. Chicoine's parents, the Harold Redings. A family gathering .was held at the Reding home Sunday with Janet Reding from Colorado Springs, Colo., coin- Wotloy — The George Wards, Clear Lake, formerly of Wesley, will be honored for their 50th wedding July 23, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Zion Lutheran church at Clear Lake. The Wards farmed for many years northeast of Wesley before moving to Clear Lake. There are four children, Mrs. Sam Haag (Dorothy), Algona; Mrs. A. W. Nuehring (Ruth), Belton, Mo.; Donald and Chandler, both Clear Lake. The Haags just moved to Clear Lake recently. ing Saturday for a week's visit. Other guests were the John F. Redings, Jeff and Jill. The George Wagners spent the weekend with their son Franklin Wagner at Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Franklin Wagner, Bobby and Chuck, Mesa, Ariz., are visiting her parents, the Pat Doernings, Algona, and with the George Wagners, St. Joe, this week. Carol and Larry Salz, daughter and son of the Rein- aid Salzes, Ottumwa, formerly from here, are visiting relatives and friends here. The Joe Bertes went to Dubuque Sunday to pick up Mr. Berte's sister, Sister M Benvanuta, OSF, and Sister M Deotilla, OSF, and made a trip to Denver, Colo., to visit a brother Henry Berte and a nephew. 8 DELIVERIES IN 1N7 up to 520 bu. per hour... NEW BEHIEN 4-COLUMN CONTINUOUS FLOW DRYER! Waul I..I .In.™ 1 I ..II I..ml !•• .1 I"' «i'i',"l.-..'r'.-.r'n.'"w'"iV" We vill recuve one men Ntw Ithltn 4 Column CM- linwowi Dryer lor Delivery by July 1 — tae lea Taylor S|f AND |UV AT Taylor Implement Co. ALCONA, IOWA SUPER STOCK CAR RACING Friday Night July 14th Powder Puff Race on the Program TIME THAIS 8:30 P.M. MIST IACE 9 p j| t ADUITS.$1,00 CHIIOIIN UNIil 11 * tit •TrVi 4lnV mfvi BItfWI men and daughters Tandy and Donna were weekend gueate of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Hetmen. Mr, and Mrs. Harm Hal' men entertained at dinner on Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Helmers and Cindy of Houston, Also Mr. and Mrs. John Policy and Herbert Ban* wart. Other guests were Russell Banwart, Sioux City, and Dr. Harold Banwart, Adel. Tha H. W. Stebrltiei attended the graduation of their granddaughter, Debbie Krause, from Cedar Rapids Jefferson high school in • June. Debbie's aunts Mary Wilhcl- mi, Rock Palls, 111., and Diane Kirsch, Irving, Texas, also attended. Grant Class of 1947 has reunion Grant: The 1947 class of Grant high school noted its 20th year with a reunion at the Legion Hall in Swea City. 'The picnic dinner was enjoyed by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quam and two sons of Canoga Park, California; Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Waterbury and two children of Fairmont, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Opdahl (Violet Mino) and family of Alden, Minn.; Mr. and 'Mrs. LeRoy Richardson and daughter of Ledyard; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Christophel and family of Gruver; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Evans (Wanda Patterson) and family of Dexter, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. August Dontjc (Lois Dontje) and family, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Work (Lorraine Welp) and family of Swea City. Two ' classmates were unable to be present. Engaged THE Robert Moritzes, Algona, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Anita Louise to Allen Dean Schultz, son of Mrs. Katherine Schultz and the late Arthur Schultz, also of Algona. An October 28th wedding is planned. MEN'S SOFTBALL W L Bunnies 30 Rat Pack i_ 3 0 Burt 2 1 Warriors 2 1 Bomgaars 1 2 Buschers 1 2 Baptists 0 3 Petersons ; 0 3 Scores this week Burt 22 Baptists 8 Bomgaars 15 Buschers 11 Bunnies 8 Warriors 0 Rat Pack 41 Petersons 3 Games next week t Monday — \ 'v Petersons vs. Bomgaars Baptists vs. Buschers .••*, Tuesday — >. Warriors vs. Burt } Rat Pack vs. Bunnies • Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK - ALGONA 3-Bed room Home for Sale 514 NORTH MINNESOTA 3 bedroom two story horn* in good location. Clost to Catholic and Lutheran Churches. Handy kitchen with dining room. Nice living room, 3 good-sited bedrooms end full bath upsteirs. Large beck yard ell fenced in. Single gerege. REDUCED PRICE $12,500.00. ADDITIONAL HOME DUYS AT SEELEY'S 3 bedroom two story close to churches end schools $11,000.00 3 bedroom story and a half, bath and a half $12,260.00 3 bedroom ell on one floor, good location __ $22,500.00 3 bedroom in south pert of Algone. Lots of trees, convenient to grade schools $14,500.00 SEELEY REALTY CO. Two Doors Wast of Algone Theatre PAUL M. SEELEY, (tailor KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY A I( ,ONA MARK A. SJELJY Office W5-2350 Residence 54174 end 5-3345 LEO FRANKL 5-5479 sain KM Of SfQJHTV, MIMS MQMfS eMfiteJ.. . , YOW SIMWAU OF SfCUMTY

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