Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 31, 1967 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, July 31, 1967
Page 6
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Here ore winners in Little League competition thissuftimer (lewa) | JULY M, Iftf THE GIANTS came out on top in the National little league competition. Shown above from left to right they are, front, Paul Martin, Harold Bestenlehner, Bernic Colwell, Buckshot Nielsen, Kris Meyer, Terry Buschcr, and Jim Kirkland. Back, scorekeeper Neil Anderson, coach Donald Jones, Dan Bernhard, Mickey Anderson, Steve Jones, John Pittman, Gene Chrischilles, and coaches Clayton Pittman and Nels Anderson. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. WINNING THE top spot in the American little league competition were the Athletics. From left to right they are, front, Randy Skilling. Allen Hanson, Bruce Knudson, Bret Meyer, Steve McGuire, Bob Farrell and Kim Hinders. Back, William Black, Craig Mawdsley, Bob Foth, Joseph Straub, John Weydert, Mark Harris, Van Tielebein, and Ricky Petersen. Coaches are Howard Weydert and Bill Foth. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. ed the special dinner and Masonic meeting at the Legion Hair Thursday. The Vernon Jacobs, Sandra and Susan, Rook Island, 111., came July 23 as guests of Mrs. Irmia Pratt unitil Friday. They spent Monday to Wednesday in WorHhington at Earl Nester's, Wonthingiton. Mrs. Nester is the former Zelpha Pratt. The Legion and Auxiliary will meet August 1 alt the Legion hall Hostesses are Genevieve Graham and Lucille Mc- Wlhiorter. The Frank Beckers are visiting in Kentucky with her sister, Barbara, and the Dr. Thomas John family. The Estel Renitzes, Crystal River, Fla., visited Bust friends several days last week. They also visited relatives in Minnesota and in Michigan with his son, the Warren Renitzes. They also visited the Russell Renitzes in Algona. Aid of St. John's Lutheran church will meet August 3 in the church. Hostesses are June Presthus. Geneva Rusher Patsy Elmers.'-The Market Basket is by Dorothy Marlow, Arlene Schneider and Verona Schmidt. Circles and the UPW of the Presbyterian church will have vacation in August. Circles of the WSCS of the Methodist church continued meetings in July and August but the general meeting of WSCS 'had vacation in July and August. iMrs. Milford Smith returned home July 28 from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge where she had surgery. The Frank Beckers family returned July 26 from a visit in Kentucky with her sister and several sight seeing trips. Dr. Thomas John is president of the Presbyterian college in Pikeville, Ky. The Harold Grahams, Clar- inida, were guests Thursday and Friday at 0. H. Graham's. -Many from this area attend- ed tne parade ana neia aay at Swea City July 27. The Burt high school band was in the parade. • COMPLETES COURSE ?• ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, MD. (AHTNC) — Private First Class Kenneth W. Beaver, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Beaver, Route 1, Fenton, Iowa, completed a small arms repair course, July 11 at the Army Ordinance; School, Aberdeen Proving! Ground, Md. During eighitv weeks of training, he reoeiv-f ed instruction in repairing!' pistols, rifles and other weapons. I ALGO REM PICTURED ABOVE are the Spartans, who captured the championship in Senior little league action. From left to right they are: Front, Lance Mueller, Jim Cubit, Randy Smith, Joe Bestenlehner, Craig Erpelding, Steve Skilling. Back, Steve Armstrong, Gary Penning, Don Sindelar, Mike Cooper, Mike Skilling, Jim Harris, and coach Gary Barr. •Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. keeps cool with CONDITIONI Orioles tie for first THESE ARE the Orioles who tied for first place with Robins in the Novice girl's softball league with a record of 6 wins and two losses for the season. They are, from left ot right: Front, Kathy Koob, JoAnn Taylor, Ronda Willsher, and Trudy Parrish. Second row, Becky Lemkee, Susan Harmon, and Trecia Parrish, and back, Trina Parrish, assistant coach, and coach Bob Lemkee. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Becki Kruse. Lennice Waltman reported on the food and Men's Softball W L Bunnies 5 0 Rat Pack 4 .1 Burt 3 2 Warriors 3 2 Bomgaars 3 2 Baptists 1 4 Buschers 1 4 Petersons 0 5 Scores This Week Rat Pack 15 Warriors 3 Bomgaars 10 Baptists 9 Burt 10 Petersons 5 Bunnies 17 Busohers 1 Games Next Week July 31— 'Buschers vs. Petersons Burt vs. Bunnies August 1— Baptists vs. Warriors 'Rat Pack vs. Bomgaars A nutrition workshop last year. The program ended with the judges comment on the exhibition. Colleen Kruse presided. Lunch was served after the program. Cheryl Kruss is reporter. The C. E. Millers, Esther' ville, the D. C. Millers, Laurens, the R. A. Millers, Royal, and the Owen Hopkins, Fredricksburg, were guests July 27 at J. L. Miller's and attend- ALGONA HIGH SCHOOL 1967 FINAL STATISTICS Burt Bluebirds in Achievement day program Byrt -— Burt Bluebirds 441 club -held the annual 4-H Achievement day at the Legion, Hall July 26. The morning was spent with the judges jjfci. William Amesbury, Ti- tonka and Mrs. Thoreson, Swea City giving comments on the exhibits. There will be 51 exhibits taken to the Kossuth Fair, August 14 to 18. At 2 p.m. the 4-H members gave their afternoon program. Sharon Tigges gave the welcome. The 4-H girls enrolled in sewing, gave a style show and Cheryl Coady described their outfits. Marilyn Person played Born Free on the piano. Marcia Soderberg reported some of the highlights of the home improvement year. Another piano solo Bless This House was by Meyer Taylor Espe Claude Pedersen Ban- Jones Hagen Belts Boldridge Farnham Roeber Allen Dailey TOTALS. 1966 1965 AB 58 45 65 63 40 52 27 31 25 43 38 17 7 1 513 610 635 H 25 16 20 19 10 9 4 4 3 5 3 5 2 1 126 163 157 % .431 .356 .308 .302 .250 .173 .148 .129 .120 .116 .079 .294 .286 1.000 .246 .267 .247 On Base 38 28 36 37 31 29 15 12 11 28 21 12 4 1 300 388 331 Runs 16 14 23 12 8 11 3 5 6 12 10 4 2 0 125 163 127 Errors 4 0 1 4 1 10 2 2 1 2 1 0 1 0 29 29 47 K's 10 18 21 7 19 18 6 10 14 21 21 5 1 0 180 129 150 The list of satisfied customtrs continues to grow, •• the Algona Reminder joins tho ranks of tho many progressive Algona business** to install Gas Air Conditioning. Ownor Dwaino lightor extends an invitation to tho community to attond Opon Houso in thoir completely remodeled location at 117 N, Hall, wost of tho Court House. Tho dates are Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. I and 9, whtn tho public may viow tho press in action and see the actual news printing process, Free refreshments will be serv. ed. Times are 7:30 p.m. • 9:30 p.m. Tuesday and 9:00 a.m. • 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, Now is the time to think about Air Conditioning. The folks to see ere at Nerth Centre! f ubllc Service Co. They'll show you the many advantages ef Gas Air Conditioning — end YOU'LL SAVI, TOO! Stop in today. NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE Algona won three games by forfeit — from Clarion, Webster City and Mallard. Craig Espe was by far the hardest worked pitcher, with a record of 13 - 1. Petersen had a 2 - 1 record; Roeber 0 - I; and Boldridge 1 - 0. The latter pitched just 3 2/3 innings. 295-204 COMPLETE LP AND NATURAL GAS SfRVICi 10 EAST STATI

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