Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1966 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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SPORTS 2—ALGONA (lowai ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH Espe lets go! CRAIG ESPE, Algona's sensational junior guard, fires one up during the heat of the action in the Bulldogs' 69-45 victory over Buffalo Center in the district finals here last Friday night. Looking on is No. 50. at rear, Dale Teeter, No. 45 o£ Buffalo Center is Doug Black. .Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Two Kos$ulh wrestlers win college lilies J Two Kossuth County wres- • tiers were crowned champions over tha weekend in the North Contra! Conference wrestling tournament held at Brookings, S. D. Mike Kain and Mick Hurl- hurt both won titles helping South Dakota' State to 'the team championship. Three schools failed to arrive be cause of heavy snows. SDS won eight of the 11 individual titles. Kain, a former Algona grap- pier, yon tha 167-pound divi- . sion with a 3-2 riding time win . over Jerry Cole of State College of Iowa. Swea. City's Mick Hurlburt won the heavyweight ,. title with a 5-1 victory over •. Dale Bovee of South Dakota U. Golf club at Bancroft to meet Bancroft — The third annua stockholders meeting of the North Kossuth Golf Club will be ',', held next Wednesday, March 16 Three new directors will be el ected to replace James Welp Ronald Richardson and Don Blanchard. Others on the boarc presently include A. C. Accur so, Dennis Dreesman, Phil Doo cy, Don Welo, A. D. Van Nor man -and Milo Johnson. A gol movie will be shown and lunch served following the busines meeting. James Ritz, track coach at arrigan high school, has resigned, it vvas 'announced this week by Father Cecil H. Friedmann, superintendent of the Garrigan school. Mr. Ritz's plans for the !utur.e will be announced shortly when further details are available. He is a graduate of Westmar college and taught at Granville until coming to Garrigan in 1964. A successor will be named n the near future. SERVICEMEN Garrigan track coach resigns LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wyatt returned Tuesday from visiting relatives and friends at Ottumwa, Mt. Pleasant, Colo, and at Florissant, Mo. At Mt. Pleasant they were pleasantly surprised with a party by their friends in the Lapidary club there, Their son George and family live at Florissant, Mo. He is a photographer with the McDonald Aircraft in St. Louis. He happened to be working in building 101 which was the building that the two astronauts, Elliot See and Charles Bassett, struck and were killed. He was well acquainted with both men. ORANGES — Mrs. Virgil Fordyce. Clear Lake, even though she does not brag of a "green thumb" has a miniature orange plant which now has 12 small oranges on its branches. COMPLETES TRAINING Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. (AH TNC) — Armv Pvt. Robert L. Van Hove, whose wife. Judy, lives in Wesley, comoletert a combat engineer course at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo.. March 4th. He was trained, in the constrno- tion and repair of roads, railroads and bridges. He also received training in, demolitions and mine warfare. He entered the army in October. 1965, and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. He is the son of Mr. ajid Ifctrs, Henry Van Hove, Buffalo Center. Paul F. Jaeeer. JSTew Shajon, has retired from his work with the New Sharon $iar after SO years with the ftfiwseantr. He bad bjeeja its linotype operate Joi B£W years. 1963 MERCURY Monterey Custom, Multi-drive Trans., Power Steering and Brakes, a two-tone turquoise and white car, with matching vinyl interior. Perfect family car . . . $ 1895 TAYLOR MOTOR CO. F98D * MERCURY SAUE$ ft SERVICE GROUND BEEF •</, Hickory Smoked PICNICS S Ib U. S. CHOICE CLUB STEAKS xi , *"" Ib JW Free GE PIUS in Weekly Beginning this week, $10 IN CASH t •way by Ron A Jack's each week e nex five weeks. And than the Grand Prlie, batidat the $10 In cash, tha name of one of tha 'five weakly winners will be drawn for a FREE $169 GE DISHWASHER. 'Register anytime you are in tha store — as oftan as you wish. No purchase necessary. MMMMMIMMfMflfM* BOLOGNA .' V i CELERY A > REGISTER FOR Dish w Prizes stalk RED or WHITE POTATOES 10 "»• 29 APPLESAUCE • 303 CAN • LIMIT 3 f S COFFEE GIANT TIDE WITH YOUR ORDER 49° IMPERIAL Q ib. CATSUP DEL MONTE 20 Ox. Bottle 19° CHILI COLLEGE INN Limit of 3 23< Chocolate Q • NESTLES • LIMIT OF 5 19° Salad Dressing • WESTERN MAID LIMIT OF 2 QUART SIZE First Lady ICE CREAM gal 49 , 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of 3 Packages of Cookies | | :i ! 50 Gift House Stamps with purchase of $2 worth of Produce 25 Gift House Stamps with pvrcha,«e °f a UP*, Of Witnert HMMM 500 Bift Hoise pvrchase of Beef Quarter SOGiftHouso with purchase of Can of Nestle'• Quik 50 Oift House Stamps with purchase of 10 cans of Richelieu er Monarch Canned Goods Ron & Jack's Food Center t OPEN EVERY NITE UNTIL 9:00 P.M. - SUNDAYS FROM |:?0 AJ*. TO U=30 PJ^i - USE THE |IG FREE PARKINO LOT IN HA* Of $TO«I f

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