Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 6
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Bancroft baseball team closes 20-2 Engaged PICTURED ABOVE are the members of the Bancroft St. John's baseball team who ended their season Wednesday night when they were defeated by Fort Dodge 2-1. Their record for the season was 20 wins and two losses. From left to right they are, front, Lanny Kissner, Steve Schneider, Bill Accurso, Denny Hatten, Mike Mescher, Dick Welp, Tom Nemmers and Coach V. J. Meyer. Back row, Bill Wolf, Jerry Vaske, Chuck Farrow, Dick Diers, Steve Vaske, Dave Blocker and John Meyer.. MR. AND MRS. Jay Carlson, Wesley, announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley Jean, to SP/4 Steven Paul Newton, son of the Harry Newtons of Britt. Both are graduates of the Britt high school. Miss Carlson is attending Hamilton Business College in Mason City. Her fiance is stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, after 12 months in Viet Nam. No wedding date has been set. 0 6—Algona (Iowa) Advance) THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 1967 How at no IfflM CHARM! COMPUTE ON THF FARM TIRE SERVICE • t Ipft Repaired Promptly • Tractor Tirol Recapped • Tubo Volvoi Rtploctd • Tirol Liquid Filled, Drained, Replaced • Complete Lino of Goodyear Farm, Truck and Auto Tirol SEE US OR CALL US NOW for fast, dependable service I GOOD/¥EAR HILTON'S SINCLAIR SERVICE Jim Edgington is winner in Friday races After taking the lead from Bill Holder, Jim Edgimgton raced on to win the main o vent at the Kossuth Speedway Friday evening. The semi-main offered ex- cite/merut for some 1500 spectators as Larry Ringham, Mason City, rolled his car six times. Time trials top speed was registered by Del Stokke, of Ames, who was clocked at 19.72. Butch Householder, of Algona, won the trophy dash. Other winners were: First 'heat, Leo Christcnsen, West Bend; second heat, Bill Holder, Ames; third heat, Jim Edgington, Algona; main, second place, Butch Householder, of Algona, and third main, Bill Holder, Ames. Point standings by oar num- 'bers are as follows: 36 1267 9 1235 56 1085 28 .._. _ 845 71 __ . .750 A "powder puff race will be included with next week's regularly scheduled program ait the Speedway. f LITTLE LEAGUE * GAMES PEEWEE (Final) W L Mets .. __ 8 2 Colts 7 2 Saints 4 5 Astros 3 7 Cubs ._ 2 8 Results last weok Wednesday — Mets 31 Cubs 26 Thursday — Saints 26 Astros 24 AMERICAN (Final) W L Athletics 6 1 Angels 5 2 Orioles 5 2 Yankees 4 3 Indians 3 4 Tigers 1 5 Twins 0 >7 Results last week Wednesday — Yankees 17 Twins 4 Thursday — Orioles 8 Angels 2 NATIONAL (Final) W Giants 6 Braves 6 Cards 5 Phillies 3 Pirates 3 Reds i Dodgers rj Results last week Wednesday — Braves 6 Phillies 1 Thursday — Cards 2 Reds 0 (forfeit) SENIOR (Final) o W Spartans 9 Warriors 5 Whittemore ,.-,.,3 Trojans __.vij_^: .7'3,,...' Chiefs Z.^L^^l-,3. '.", Results last week Wednesday — Spartans 5 Chiefs 3 L 1 4 5 and Alita Froh, Roland and the Obed Ritlands, Roland; the Harold Campneys, Arniolds Saucke and her son Donald. They were supper guesls Saturday ait Percy BaWelt's, another sister of Mrs. Hinckley. Her brother, John Kroh niberg, was also present. Sunday they attended the annual sportsmans picnic at Phiels park near Wells and we're supper guests Sunday alt Ed Krohnberg's, Kiester, Minn. Another brother Fritz Krohiu berg was also there. Julie Graham, daughter of the Gordon Grahams, New Hampton, is spending a week with her grandparents, the 0. H. Grahams. 'Carol Johnston and children spent the weekend at tihe parental Ralph Johnston's. Guests Saturday of Mrs. Gertrude Ackermna were her cousins, Mrs. Alice Prince of DeSmet, S. D., Mrs. Edna Halsrtron, Paullina, Mrs. Carrie King, Algona. Ruth Soheppner, Coon Rapids, was a recent guest at Fred Gebken' was also a student at student at Iowa Lakeside Laboratory, Okoboji. Richard Gebken was also a student at this laboratory, studying entomology. Both will camplata their studies at. Ames this fall. The F. C. Soderbergs and Mrs. Gertrude Ackerman attended Bible conference at the Methodist camp grounds, three spent some time in San Diego, Calif. Betty returned home for a visit. Guesls Sunday of Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel were the Merrill Zwiefels, Brian Zwieifels and Patricia Zwiefel, Wayne, Neb. for Merrill's birthday. Patricia Zwiefel, student at Wayne State, Wayne, Neb., was home for the weekend. COMPLETES SCHOOL Ft. Gordon, G«. (AHTNQ— Private Collyn L. DeNio, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burtis H. De Nio, LuVerne, completed a radio relay and carrier operation course at the Army Southeastern Signal School, Ft. Gordon, Ga., July 28. During the 12-week course, he was trained to operate different types of field telephone, telegraph and radio relay equipment. He received a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Iowa in 1966. versary of One Roger Stew- West Okoboji Sunday. They ards- heard Bishop James F. Thorn_...,......,„, „ J o hn Schwietert was tiaken as speak on "What does it Park; Jim Griffins and Harry to Bntt hos P»*al Monday. mean to be good?" Music was _ . . . * 'MKln. A mmm* A! .J St«_«l_». __ _1 TV I . . • • > m J~* Les Wildin wins al Jackson racas Griffins, Edgerton, Minn., The Arnold Codys and Rod- by the choir from Cresco. Walter Campneys and Dick- nev and Mrs - Dean Lufkin They had dinner at the Ging- the Rev. Art Oampneys, Gil- ?" d Chuck and Henry, all of ham Inn. more City; Mabel Campney; ™oenax, Anz., are guests at The Glenn Teeters and the Fred Davises, LeRoy Day- Ronald Jurgen's. All were Mrs. Harold Andreasons vis- iese and Gary Daises. Mrs. g"** 5 * 8 Sunday at Mrs. Art Ued Wisconsin Dells Sunday. Alta Froh, Roland, will spend Cody 8 . Cylinder. The James The F. L. Ryersons and Mrs. Algona racers Les Wildin several weeks with her sister, Ghnstensens were also guests Harold Hobsons, Algona, at the Cody home. were guests Sunday of Dr. Those attending the Presby- Raymond Hobson, Marcus. He tenan camp at Dolliver Me- had just opened his new of- morial State park near Fort fice in Marcus. wil) and Gene Schattschneider rac- Mrs. Mabel Campney. ed their cars Saturday July 29 at Jackson, Minn. ' CIRCLES TO MEET Wildin won the "A" feature Circles of the WSCS _ . t u —with a time of 6:03.9 and came meet a week early, August 9 'Dodge returned home Tues- The Dale Scharns, Lyttoii, in second in both the trophy because of the fair, Gladys -.--*- C..-A~.. .* i^.,.i dash and the first heat. Sch- Circle, 2 p.m., hostesses Lulu attschneider took second in Hawcott and Mary Gebken; the third heat. roll call, Wisdom; program by In racing at the Fairmont Lurene Soderberg. Ivy Cir- Speedways Jim Edgington pla- C ^ G a * 2 p.m. at Cunningham ced second in the third heat Oafe - hostesses Hazel Larson race, and Gene Schattschnei- an d Elizabeth Kennedy, roll der was second in the second ca ^< B* 016 verses; program. | heat. Rowena Ryerson and Mary 0 Joan Andrews; special, Helen Vogel. Janice Circle at 7:30 p.m. hostesses, Barbara Harms and Toots Hoppus, roll call, Ruth; program, Louise McFarland and Florence Spear. were guests Sunday at Earl The Dean Reeds, Mankato, Ackerman's. and the Richard Johnsons of Mrs. James Christensen re- Waterloo, visited relatives turned Friday from a visit in here over the weekend. Tulsa, Okla., with her daugh- The A. C. Hinckleys went ter, Betty and a visit in to Wells, Minn. Saturday to Yuma, Ariz., with her son, visit her sister, Mrs. Edith Capt. David Christensen. All Scouts at Burt attend camp CRANSTONS LEAVE , jk I | •• The Bruce Cranstons will 9l lllfAhAII move Friday to Churdan. He Ql VnUUUII will be superintendent of the- Paton-Churdan school. There Burt — Thirteen Boy is a new high school building Scouts left Sunday for a week at Churdan, also a grade at Prairie Gold Scout camp school and the Junior high Okoboji. Going were Allen and grades at Paton. There Jurgens, Charles Schrader, are 200 in high school. Charles Gifford, Jeff Gid- LEAGUE BOWLING STARTS AUG. 28 For Tom Spot*, Call 295-2305 or 295-2831 ALGONA LANES dings, David Hansen, John Ohiptnan, Joel Jentz, Steph- EX-RESIDENT COMING ' Tlie B. C. Browns, Metair- en Becker and Scoutmaster ie, La., plan to visit in Suit Bill Giddings and his assist- about August 8. He headed anit Joel Chipman. Drivers the Burt school from 1917 taking the scouts were Ray and 1918. They would like to Devine, Mervin Jentz, Ronald m ?et former pupils and Jurgens and Bill Giddimfis. friends he knew when he liv- The George Beckers took ed here. Stephen to the camp and also took Carol Sill and Cindy Pat- Weekend guests at Walter terson to the Presbyterian Steward's were the Cecil Ste- camp at Okoboji. Parents of wards, Rita and Ralph, Hazel- the Scouts will attend camp crest, 111. Eugene Stewards fire service Thursday. and 4 sons, Minneapolis; Roger Stewards, Madrid; Richard BUTTS REUNION Btingmans and Timothy, Ka- The annual Butts reunion lona. Also dinner guests Sun- was held Sunday ait the Burt day were the Perry Stewards, Legion hall with 40 present Okoboji, and Ray Miller, par- including the John Buschers, re U ^^ Joyce, Estherville. Billings, Mont, who are vis- tt was ttie birthdays of both iting relatives in this area; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward the Fred Frohs, Duncombe, and the si*th wedding anni- SUPER STOCK CAR RACING Friday Night Jdf&th Finest Races in this part of the State TIME TRUIS .~xs*s*ttSfnrm rm 8:30 P.M. FUST RACE 9 P.M. MJULTS. $1.00 CHILDREN UNDER 12 • 25e KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY _AIGONA, IOWA WANT TO INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY OF YOUR FARMING OPERATION ? THEN BE SURE TO ATTEND THE OPEN HOUSE Tuesday, August 8 - All Day At Kyle Keith's bins - IVi mile east of intersection hwys. 169 & 18 on Plum Creek Blacktop — Algona, Iowa. TORMOR SEE A COMPLETE GRAIN DRYING SYSTEM IN OPERATION ! Stormor's "matched to the job' 7 units provide labor-free bin filling, drying, unloading or grain transfer capacity with efficiency and economy. Many types of augering and handling systems available. SEE IN OPERATION I See in operation the new vertical auger stirring system that is available for all sizes and kinds of bins! -These units were tested at the university in Ames and proven to REDUCE DRYING COST. Field proven to eliminate spoilage, hot spots and overdrying. Complete details and information compiled by I.S.U. available ! PARKER PARKER GRAVITY FLOW BEDS t For fast, easy and safe handling of grain, ear or shelled corn, feeds, bulk fertilizers and solid vegetables. SPECIAL PRICE DURING OPEN HOUSE ONIY - _,_,„„__ $309.00 FACTORY REPRESENTATIVES Will BE ON HAND FOR All THREE FIRMS MANY AUGERS AND WAGONS Will ALSO BE ON DISPLAY - FREE COFFEE AND DONUTS Im W Hi B Im B I I Kylt Ktith, Phent 295-3801 - itprwnting Stockdal*'* *f Iowa Fall! On Plum Creek Blacktop, fast of Algong Roger Ktith, Phone 924-3370 I

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