13-year old wins Bancroft golf meet f LITTLE LEAGUE * GAMES Rttultt thit STEVE DITSWORTH, 13, of Bancroft, a 100-pounder standing only 5'3", is shown after he won the Bancroft golf tournament Sunday. Runnerups in the championship flight are shown below, left to right, Frank Moulton, Algona; Mark Demarest, Spencer; and Jerry Ferris, Algona. Colts _.- ----- — - f 'I Mets _-__-——-- 7 Saints — - -------- 3 Astros ___________ 3 Cubs — -^ ______ -•- 2 Results thit week Monday — Mets 30 Colts 28 Tuesday — Astros 18 Cubs 17 AMERICAN W Athletics _____ ,— 6 Angels ----------- 5 Orioles ___________ 4 Yankees ____________ 3 Indians ____________ 3 Tigers ______________ 1 Twins _ ---------- 0 Results this week Monday — Angels 6 Yankees 2 Tuesday — Athletics 9 Indians 3 NATIONAL W Giants' ____________ -_6 Braves _________ 5 Cards . ____ ..... -4 Phillies . .... ...... __ 3 Pirates ... . ____ 3 Reds ____ ...... ______ 1 Dodgers ____ 0 , Results this week Monday — Phillies 11 Reds 2 Tuesday — Giants 15 Pirates 8 W,hittin#on, N. J. Sh« was thefe only for the time tet son-in-law and daughter wltrt whom she lived went on a caJnpifig vacation, I Michael Goetz, ex-Wesleyan, dies suddenly Wesley — Michael Goetz, 75, died suddenly at hL5 hofhe near Sangeaftt^ Mtfifi., Stettut^ day, July J22,Flih€fAl iervkes were held Wednesday at i<T a.m. in the dattiolic chuidi at Bfownsdale, Minn. Burial was in St. Joseph's eernetery at Wesley. iMV. Goetz was bortl Sept. 10, 1891, to John and Chris* Una Dose Goetz in Illinois. nt was married to Ann SchrauUi January 14, 1914, at Wesley. He is survived by his widow, two sons: Philip, Wesley, Clarence, Austin, Minn, four daughters: Mrs. Robert (Gladys) Trenary, Corwith; Mrs. tee (Irene) Day, Kanawha; Mrs. Martin (Shirley) Harms, Britt; Mrs. Dick (Bernice Dystack, Placentia, Calif- There are four brothers, Fred, Lostant, 111.; Leo, George and Joe, Wesley; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Johnson, Wesley, and Dorothy Goetz, Milwaukee, Wis.; also 20 grandchildren and 5 great ttUlLViJ lj- •His parents are dead and otife bfothef, Lawrence died in 1942. The Gotefe family moved ftfoth Wesley to Safgeant, Minn., in March 1952. funeral services Tuesday for Max Messing Services for Max Messing, 76, retired electrician who died Sunday at St. Ann Hospital, were held Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. at the McCullough Funeral Chapel, with Rev. William Noland officiating. Burial was in Riverview 'cemetery, Algona. Max R. Messing was born THUfftPAY, Sepbtnber 13, 1690 al Haft; over, Kahsds, the -sott of ttie John Messings. Me martiod liase, Mafy- My^MXflefctti* ary 1, 1M7 at Algor*, >*M they have resided hefe fcin&i then. Surviving are his wile, three daughters, and 6he soft. The children are, Mtory, Mrs. Robert Ellis, Long Beach, Calif., Doris, Mrs. Charles Snodgrass, DCS Moines, and , Wallace, Aigona. A sister, Mrs. August Jaedke, Hanover, Kan., and 3 grandchildren also survive Pallbearers were Fred Gleg* el, Walter Klamp, Wilbur Zeigler, Leighton Misibach, Don Nelson and Otto Harlan. Honor* Kenneth L. Moore, Bedford rural mail carrier substitute, received special honors there by the U. S. Poet Office dfe- partment. A SPECIAL OFFER II Married at Titonka SENIOR W Bancroft — Steve Ditsworth, 13-year old Bancroft youth outplayed more than 1001 golfers to win the North Kossuth Invitational golf tournament Sunday with an even par 105 score. /He led by six strokes after two rounds with su ! b-par 33 and 34 rounds and finished three strokes ahead of second place Frank Moulton of Algona. Another Algonan, Jerry Ferris, placed third with a 109 score. The youth, playirfg only his third year .of golf, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ditsworth of Bancroft. Because he is'under high school eligibility rules, he was unable to ac- cep't the first prize of a r ptat- ; tiorrn rocker but was giv€fiKa*W dozen golf balls. ; » £•£ -iv Results in other flights were as follows: /Championship Flight: Steve Ditsworth, 105; Frank Moulton, Algona, 108; Jerry Ferris, Algona, 109; and Mark Demarest of Spencer, 109. Other Championship flight gojfers were: Vetter, 111; Julian Chrischilles, 111; D. McMahon 112; Kim .Sloniker, 112; Dr. Strohman, 113; Gordon Winkel, 113, all of Algona; Phil Jaren of Titonka, 115; Ray Mc; Carthy, 116; Lament Jansen of Bancroft, 116; Lambert Doll of Estherville, 117; Gary Nay lor of Algona, 117; Art Olson of Algona, 119; and Bob Henderson, 120. 1st Flight:, Delbert Ferguson, Glen Walden, Phil Doocy, Mike Schmidt, Algona. /2nd Flight: Dave Martin, Algona; Lynn Anderson, Algona; G. M. Studer, Wesley; Ed Johnson, Wesley. 3rd Flight: Steve Everett, Britt; Al Blake, Titonka; Jerry Weydert, Bode; Don Hanskey, Fort Dodge. 4th Flight: Darrell Davis, Algona; Ed Schiltz, Bill Naylor, Algona; T. W. Garry. 5th Flight: Gus Boojalis, Livermore; Jim Walker, Wesley; Lee Burris, Livermore; Al Erpelding, Wesley. 6th Flight: Dick Deitering, Lee New, Fort Dodge; Jim .Mueller, Whittemore; Ray Williamson. Medalist: Steve Ditsworth, 33. Algona third in four team swim moot inMHIHHMIHIMMMIHIMIHIHHIIMHtHIHMMiMMimHMtlllMIMHHHn shot Nielsen in the Boys 12 and under 25 yard Pack- stroke; dnd Jim Johnson ia Boys 16 and over 50 yard Butterfly, 50 yard breaststroke, and 100 yard " Freestyle. The next meet for the team will be the Scenic City Open Hall of Fame swimming and diving meet at Iowa Falls July 30. •LOCALS- The well-known Norton sisters, daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Norton and sisters of Milton have Spartans 8 Warriors 5 Whittemore 3 Trojans 3 Chiefs --.-___.-__ 3 Results this week Monday — Trojans 7 Chiefs 2 Tuesday — Spartans 17 Warriors 5 Thsy are raiuine^ , ._ M. Morrow of Audo-i bon, Edna, Mrs. Arthur Ferguson of Keokuk and Eleanor of Vermillion, ! S. D,, A family picnic was held Sunday in a park at Mason City. In attendance from here The Algona Swimming Team went to EsthervUle Wednesday, July 19, for a quadrangular meet witii Spencer, Emmetsburg, and EsthervUle. The Algona swimmers finished third, with Spencer first, Estherville second, find Emmetsburg fourth. The Spencer team showed considerable strength, Uking. several first-second sweeps. Algona won six events, with the following swimmers winning: Paul Martin, Shannon Lynch, BudsshoJt Nielsen, and Beanie ChrisBhUIes in the Boys 1? m$ under 100 yard Freestyle Relay; Jon Clapsaddle in the Boys 1315 25 Yard Freestyle, Buck- Mrs. Inez Wolfe has as guests this "week who came. Thursday, her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Prewitt of Fairfield. This fall they will go to Barbourville, Ky. where Mr. Prewitt is an instructor in the college. Friends of Mrs. Mabel Livingston. Will be glad to learn she has recovered sufficiently from her recent illness to be back in her home at Apache Junction, Ariz. For several weeks she was hospitalized, ,then had an apartment nearby for frequent check-ups at the hospital. She is a former well-known Algondan. Her late husband was . Charley Livingston who started (the Livingston Tool Company here. Dowey Skilling took his father-in-law James Burns to the Veterans hospital at Des Moines Tuesday. He was to go there for perodic treatments, , . Hugh Black and children Louise, Jimmie and Carolyn are spending some time at Okoboji. Mrs. Frances Moe had as guests her son-in-law and daughters Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Monger and family of Omaha, Neb., and Jane, Mr, and Mrs. Dexter Stein and four daughters of Sioux City, They also visited the Tom and Richard Moe families and a picnic was held at the Ambrose Call State Park. Mrs, Nettie Burlingame had as guests Sunday her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, Lee Cole of Burt. Mrs. Kate Stephenson, Mrs. Julie Baas, Mrs. Arne Meyer and daughter Julie Ann were guests of Mrs. Howard Stephenson last week at the Stephenson cottage at Spirit Lake. The Frank Cpreys of Cedar Rapids will be here this week to visit the families. Mrs. Corey is a daughter of Mrs. Kate Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gilbert have been here from Ames but he has gone home leaving her here for a longer visit. Mr. and Mn. Dick Bahr and family of darksville were weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Adeline Bjjhr snd also visited with the Irving Millers. Dick is a brother of Mrs. Miller. mmHiimniiHwmMllliiiMMiiiiilmmiiiHH IIIIHHHMII Mrs. Craig Smith went to Mason City Monday to meet .her .father, J. M. Fleming, formerly of Whittemore, at the airport. Hie has 'been in Albuquerque with a daughter, Mrs. Robert Sanchez, and at Chicago with daughters,' Mrs. Ed Meyer and Mrs, Ed Owens but now is to be a resident at Good Samaritan 2. ... John Arndorfer and his son-in-law and; daughter, Mr. land M!rs. .Ayalter-.Uchiter are Sbeing visited by the former's 'daughter and husband, Lt. Col. and Mrs. Gordon Loebig who have been stationed in Germany the past three years. He is with the air force and after a month's leave, will be assigned to a base at Colorado Springs, Colo. Other guests are his daughters, Mrs. E. C. Campbell of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. R. J. Kenna of San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Inez Wolfe had word Friday that her eldest sister, Mrs. James Welch had died suddenly in a Rest Home at Photo by Glenn's Studio Sheryll Gray,' daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gray, Titonka, and Richard Buffington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Buffington, Titonka, were married June 24, at 8:00 p.m. at Titonka Methodist Church. Rev. Paul Hansen performed the double rinig ceremony. iMatron of honor was Mrs. Garlene Schmidt, Algona, sister of the bride, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Ve'ra Scliut- jer, Wesley, sister of tho bride, and Jane Buffington, groom's sister. Her personal attendant was Ellen Smidt, .Mason City, cousin, of the bride. Best man was David Buffington, brother uf the groom, Dambury, Conn., and groomsmen were Mike Orthel, Buffalo Center, cousin of the groom, and Monte Hammond, Buffi*" 1 *•?**** <* * "i w. faUs Jeff Schutjer, nephew of the bride, Wesley, was ring bearer, while Becky Sehutjer, niece of the bride, Wesley, was flower girl. Ushering were Terry Sehut- jer, Wesley, and Roger Buffington, Burt. Gandleligihters were Virgil Schmidt, Algona, and Pat Orthel, Buffalo Center. Soloist Mrs. Donald Budlong, Titonka, was accompanied by Byron Henn on the .organ. A reception followed in the Fellowship Halls for 200 guests. Lenora Huisman, cousin of the bride, had the guest book, and Mrs. .Ernest Carlson, Forest City and Sandra Gray, Mason City served punch. Mrs. Floyd Huisman, bride's •aunt, and Mrs. Ray Hansen, groom's aunt, poured, while Mrs. John Ubben, bride's aunt, and Mrs. David Buffington cut the cake. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gray were host and hostess. Waitresses included Mer- irlta Silbey, JoAnnn Smidt, Titonka, Joyce Ubben, Buf- flalo Center, Mary Bailing, Titonka, and Beverly Hansen, Clear Lake. • Linda Smidt, Titonka, Karne Druns, Clear Lake, and Jamet Buffington, Mankato, ,Minn., opened gifts. <• Out of town guests were ifrom Woden, Buffalo Center, (.Clear Lake* Burt, Wesley, tSibley, Forest City, Mason City, Bocdne* Algona, Spencer, Ventura, Corwith, Minneapolis,^ Okabena, Mankato, Minn., Omaha, Neb., and Dan bury,'.Conn. She is a 1964 graduate of Titonka' high school and is , now secretary to the principal in the Titonka school system. He is a 1964 graduate of Titonka high school, as well as a graduate of Omaha Trade School. He now farms with his father. After a trip to the Ozarks, they will be at home in Titonka. LEUTROLDCWILLIAMS AbCONA.IOWA White Work Sox 5 pr. package 77c ONE TO CUSTOMER CRAZY PRICES OUTSIDE ON SHOES, JACKETS, SWEATERS, SHIRTS AHD LOTS ELSE! Men's Suits SAVE UP TO $Q% For College Students! 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