Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, March 28, 1966
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i^*Si****aS5i^i!25i^^ MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO, 1 W North la. Appl. ____ 81 Algona Baroers ____ 79 Champlins ________ Quickie ______ _ ____ 60 VVhittemore Elevator 56 Algona Lanes ______ 56 Lindsay Soft Water 44 K. of C. ___________ 45 Schmidt ___________ 38 L 31 33 46V 2 52 52 56 64 67 74 Weidetihoff __________ 27 Ms 84»/ 2 High Team Series Algona barbers _________ 2971 High Series Cliff Benschoter __________ 568 High Game Shrimp Froauch _________ 214 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Hamm's No. 1 78 Zenders 76 Budweiser 64 Railing Hog Mkt. __ 63 Gambles 58 L 34 36 48 49 54 State Farm 54V 2 57% la. State Bank 45 67 Farmers Hibred ___ 28V 2 83V 2 High Team Series Hamm's No. 1 High Series Ken Meyer 553 High Game Ken Meyer 245 3063 High Gam* Willard Gregson 242 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Viking Oil 74 30 Lindsays 73Vz 30V 2 Fareway 66 38 Hamm's 57V 2 46V 2 Dairy Queen 53V 2 50'/ 2 Johnson House 49 55 Vogeils ._ 49 55 Frederick Hdwe. ___ 44 60 High Team Series Lindsays 2494 High Series Jean Reynolds 523 High Game Eulalie Altman 191 Margaret Heerdt 191 Teetei on second team all-state Viet -Nam, w«» pfewnfc* to* A. Lloyd J. Cartmill, son of Mf. fid -MM. Lldyd W. CiHiniU OtiDWa. Lloyd wal i i#M of Blencoe high school «fid «f*d the service ilt 1W2. Clear Lake's Don Anderson on first team THURSDAY NIGHT MEN W Gene's Electronics _ 74 Pettits 61 Hamm's No. 2 60 L 30 43 44 Carnation Milk 55% 44% Hub Clothiers 55V 2 44Vz Algona Lanes 43 61 High Team Series Hamm's No. 2 2956 High Series Fred Davis High Game Doyle Dailey 233 607 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Utt Electric 74'/ 2 37'/ 2 Universal Mfg. Co. 72'/ 2 39% Whittemore Lockers 71V 2 40V 2 Lindhorst Deputies 64V 2 47V 2 Pioneer Hibred 64 48 Buscher Bros. 62 50 NW Mutual 61'/ a 50V 2 Reding's Gravel 54 58 Larry's Recreation _ 45 67 Hood's Super Value 40 72 1st Lutheran 33% 78% Tall Paul's 29 83 High Team Series Northwestern Mutual 3022 High Game Jim Sires 248 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Klein's Farm Sup. _ 84 Fischer's Store 82 t WeidenhdfI "^i JL'* J^'74 ' ?1 ' Blossom. Ins. __, 71 Elbert's Enco 70 Al's Lounge 57 National hood 55 Lotts Creek Cheese 55 Algona Utilities 50 Pine Room 40 Don's Place 26 Coca Cola 8 High Team Series Klein's Farm Supply 3007 High Series Dean Kinsman 563 High Game Dean Kinsman 222 L 28 30 •38 41 42 55 57 57 62 72 86 104 FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L Pittman Finance ___ 74% 33% Zenders 72 36 Moorman's Feed ___ 60 48 Hutzell's Office 51% 56% High Team Series Pittman Finance 2379 High Series Women—Lavon Lindhorst 533 Men—Clayton Pittman 598 High Game Women—Lavon Lindhorst 199 Men—Clayton Pittman 226 SPORTS tnent service the producer util- zes all of his acreage by eliminating over diversion or under planting of corn. In 1965, 2426 farmers "MONDAY, MARCH 20. 1*66 uowa> Algona's Dale Teeter earned the highest all-state selectior ever accorded an Algona has ketball player Friday when he was named to the second all- state team by the Iowa Daily Press Association. Coaches and officials ballot in the selection and all are submitted prior to the state tournament finals. Cage parents entertain at Whittemore The parents of the twelve basketball boys who went to DCS Moines in the State Tourna ment entertained about 60 persons at a banquet Saturday night at St. Paul's Lutheran school in Whittemore. Besides tlie players and their parents, the cheerleaders guests were Mr. and Mrs. Julian Chrischilles, Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Jason Etherington. or WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Cook's Welders 80V 2 23V' 2 East Eend Groc. ___ 69 35 Weidenhoff 67 37 la. State Bank 65 39 Women of the Moose 54 50 Peterson's Furn. 53 51 Algona Lanes 48 56 Honsbruch Drugs _.. 46 58 J & K Tavern 43 61 Algona Auto Repair 36V 2 67Vfe Directory Service — 32 72 High Team Series Cook's Welders 2417 High Series Kay Voigt 581 High Game Dee Reidel 198 WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W L Hobarton Co-op. ___ 66 42 Cunningham Cafe __ 61 47 Fenton Elevator 60 48 Bernie's Recreation _ 58 V 2 49'/ 2 Bode Elevator 54 54 Seven-Up 45 57 Borden's Dairy 42V 2 61V 2 Elks Cleaners 38 70 High Team Series Fenton Elevator 2965 High Series Willard Gregson 655 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Chrome Cafe 65'/ 2 42»/ 2 Bjustroms 65 43 Viking Oil 60'/ 2 47 Vfe No. la. Appliance __ 54V 2 53Va Taylor Motor __. 54 54 M & D Auto 51V 2 56V 2 High Team Series Taylor Motor. _„ 2217 ««.%• ' High ; Series *' Women—Jackie Muller ___ 539 Men—John Levy 619 High Game Women—Jackie Muller 198 Men—Whitey Voigt 242 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE NO. 2 W L Colony Inn 69»/ 2 38V 2 Algona Lanes 63 45 Algona Plbg. & Htg. 60 48 ^orthrup King 54 54 Fenton Lockers 53 55 Consolidated Co-op. Creamery 52'/2 55V 2 66 The 6' 3" Teeter was named to the team which included Fred Grawe of Waverly; Dick Jensen, Madrid; and Mike Seyfer of Cedar Rapids Washington. Don Anderson, Clear Lake's fine guard, was named to the first team. Others on this club were Rich Agard, Ames; Tom Schulze, Des Moines Roosevelt; Greg Douglas, Keokuk; Joe Bergman, Clinton St. Mary's; John Moore and Jim Abrahamson, Marshalltown; and Bob Walker, Clinton. ACCORDED HONORABLE mention were Dick Muller of Garrigan; Tom Notestine, Eagle Grove; Mike Hazelhoff, Swea City; Rob Hatten, Bancroft; Allan Lindell, Armstrong, all forwards; John Luscombe,. Armstrong, and Bill Moris'ky, deal Lake, centers; and guards Craig Espe, Algona; Clarence Turner, Mason City; Tom Elliott, Swea City; Mike Kalkbrenner, Clarion; Pete Wessels, Buffalo Center; Gene Dontje, Ledyard; and Doug Black, Buffalo Center, all guards. Teeter closed out a brilliant career by breaking every North Central Conference and Algona high school scoring record. He averaged nearly 25 points per game overall and in the conference, scored 1191 career points VIKING HIGHLIGHTS The Salesmen's Bureau of the Algona Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a film showing the Highlights of the 1965 season of the Minnesota Vikings, Tues- lay, 8 p.m. at the K. C. Hall lefreshments will be served. Aerial photos of farm land now available Richard I. Anderson, ASC chairman has announced the Kossuth offiea has received a new flight of county coverage aerial photographs. Other guests were coache Thc A§cs state Committee Howie Stephenson, Keith Christie, Jim Hershberger and their wives, score board keeper, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schneider, and Coach Howie Stephenson's mother, Kate Stephenson, and Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Allen. John Claude was the master of ceremonies. Kossuth 4-H cage tourney nears finals recommends 12 to 18 counties for new flying each year. This set which the Kossuth office received was flown in August 1965, and replaces the photos which were flown in 1958. The new enlargement will be used as much as possible in the measurement service available for the 1966 feed grain program. Measurement service is provi ded to farmers who pay $11 to cover the cost of the service. Through this service township committeemen and ASCS employees will measure the farmer's corn and diverted acreage in the size and location the farmer desires. This acreage is then marked with flags in the field for the farmer's planting The Kossuth County 1966 4-H guides. 76% of the farmers in Kossuth county participated in the 1965 feed grain program, 1862 farms were measured and stakes before planting. The sign-up for the 1966 feed grain program is now under way and will terminate April 1, 1966. The office has received bond paper reproductions of Kossuth aerial photographs. These are called photocopies and will be a great help and timesaver in measurement service for the 1966 feed grain program. Each photocopy covers one section of land and has field acreage and location delineated for farms participating in the 1966 feed grain program. They will replace sketches and tracings which were used previous- y. Every participating farmer who has measurement service will receive a photocopy delin eated with his 1966 cropping in tentions and also will have ASC township committeemen am employees measure and field stake his corn and diverted acreage in the size and location he desires. RETIREEr — Agnes Molony, Director of Social Welfare in Crawford county, is retiring this month after 32 years of work in the welfare service. She and her husband plan to retain their home in Denison. TO HEAD SESSION Cedar Falls — Frit* Nielson director of Safety Education in the Algona schools, will preside at "Continuing Traffic Safety in Iowa" session of the eighth an nual safety education confer ence at the State College at Ce* dar Falls April 1 and 2nd About 300 Iowa safety and dr ver education teachers and ac ministators and 160 high school students will attend. MEDAL —.The Navv mendation Medal for meritoriu Standard Oil 42 High Team Series olony Inn 2216 High Series Women—Heide Ferguson 554 Men—Russ Fox 596 High Game Women—Heide Ferguson 190 Men—Russ Fox 207 and 592 during the current season. WINS FROSH NUMERAL Robert Martin, son of the Champ Martins, was awarded his freshman numeral at Cedar Falls. Thc state college matmen had their first winning season since 1960. COFFEE CUP W Black Cats 51 L 37 Eight Balls 49% 38% Petticoats 48 40 Bobetts 47 41 Question Marks 38 50 High Team Series Petticoats 2587 High Series Marilyn Wehrspann __ 455 High Game Zelma Johnson 186 AT POLICE SCHOOL Albert Boekelman, chief of police of Algona, was among 70 policemen attending the 14th Annual Police Command School at the university at Iowa City which began March 21 for three days. basketball tourney is nearing its climax. Last week's semi-finals at Al- t gona saw the Whittemore juniors down a fighting LuVerne Eager Beavers team 43-42. The determined LuVerne boys had to fight an up hill battle from the start as the taller Whittemore crew built up an 18-0 first .guarter Jea.d... ...,;.„ ^u...--..., ,,' Joe Elbert pumped in 16 for the winners and Larry Curry drilled a fantastic 29 points in he losing cause. The Whittemore seniors did not have it quite as easy as they ost a 48-47 decision to Lu Verne's Eager Beavers. Lu Verne led all the way in the close hard fought contest, but were never ahead by more than eight points. Kevin O'Brien had 17 points for the losers. Roger Hansen and Dennis Barber both had 15 in a balanced attack for the winners. The north semi-finals scheduled for Bancroft did not fare as well for old man weather tended to dampen (to put it mildly) the spirits of all contestants. The junior game did get finished as the Fenton Pro- gressors edged the Grant Hustlers in a close game 22-19. The senior game was to be rescheduled. The final championship results will be in next week's paper. PIKE - Loyel Vogt of Blairstown recently caught 1 ; a 23-ltf. northern pike while ice fishing on Big Trout lake in Minnesota. The pike was 41 % inches long. eivico wmie sfciViiig tit quarters, Third Marine Divisio ALGONA ENDS WED,, MAftCH 30 mam RU 1NEMMOI IM ^M '^^!W^™* Sweden f': il; Saturday • Smday MATINEES ONLY ALGONA Without measurement service most farmers plant a little lea than their total corn acreage and divert a little more acreage than is actually needed for pro gram purposes. With measure IN DOWNTOWN MINNEAPOLIS EXTRAORDINARY... yet inexpensive j the ALL NEW HOTEL f i. YOUVE HEARD ABOUT IT ON TV III/...SEE AND ENJOY IT IN ITS ?•: ENTIRETY ON OUR BIG- SCREEN' ALL SEATS SOc LGONA —THEATRE— Such charming room?;... such woiuh-rful food ... just perfect location and a warm grouting on your arrival. Completely air conditioned. 3 FAMOUS DINING AND WINING ROOMS CHATEAU da PARIS HURDLE LOUNGE Oni o( America's foremost for Your Fiyarite Bev- French Restiunnts. Selected trage ind Nitely Enter- "tor Excellence .by Holiday tainment. Magazine. COFFEE HOUSE For Breakfast, Luncheon, and Dinner. FREE GUEST PARKING Irom 4 p.m. till 10 a.m. AIRPORT LIMOUSINE SERVICE EVERY HALF HOUR FROM HOTEL ENTRANCE ' We honor American Express Credit Cards GRANDMOTHERS W Kirk's Shoe Store __ 56 Charlie's Sup. Club 46 Modernistic 36 Twinco Beauty Salon 22 L 24 34 44 58 High Team Series Modernistic 1729 High Series Gladys Jergensen 501 High Game Gladys Jergensen 199 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23 SALE Postponed to Monday, April 4 Northwest Iowa's Largest Machinery Auction 9:30 A.M., MONDAY, APRIL 4th Fairgrounds, Isihemlle, Iowa S. E. part of Estherville IP acres of machinery 169 consigners Over HO items on grounds now BEN BURNS — Auctioneer* — CLARK BROTHERS ENJOY AN EVENING OF FUN AND HARMONY AT THE 7th ANNUAL BARBERSHOPPERS PARABE SHOW AT ALGONA H. S. AUDITORIUM 8:00 P.M., SATURDAY, APRIL 16 ONE WEEK AFTER EASTER POPULAR JATES SINGLE ROOMS from $8.50 DOUBLE ROOMS (rom * ltl0 j,," Children under 1* FREE use coupon Holt! Dyckmon I Minneapolis, Minn. 55402 \ Please send me color brochure and I Things to do and ses in Minneapolis. : NAME . ADDRESS . CITY_ _STATE_ _ZONE_ ~J MODERN TILLAGE at its FINEST.' Thundcy thru Saturday, March 31—April 2 "Sands Of The Kalahari" Plus Dana Andrews In "Town Tamer" Saturday and Sunday, April 2-3 "Rumpelslillskin" Saturday Matincci at 1:00 and 3:00 Sunday at 1:00 Only Sunday thru Wednesday, April 3-4 "Inside Daisy Glover" Natalie Wood — Christopher Plummer C € 11 FEATURING Mid States Four & Astro-Naughts 2 CHAMPION QUARTETS WITH KOSSUTH CHORUS AND OTHERS Get tickets now from any Barber«hoppers or reserved seats at Rusk Drug in Algona. MID STATES FOUR ARE CONSIDERED AS THE TOP COMEDY QUARTET IN AMERICA BRADY FIELD CULTIVATORS WITH TRUE, ACCURATE 6 OR 9 SPACING! Here's a rugged tillage tool for truly superior seedbed preparation—effective weed control—summer fallowing —stubble mulching—pasture and alfalfa renovation. With 9 Brady Field Cultivator you get exact 6" or 9" shank spacing to accommodate 2" spikes or 4", 6" and 9" shovels. Each spring-tooth shank works independently, clears obstructions and snaps back into place. Hydraulically adjustable depth control. 3 MODELS-ADJUSTABLE IN WIDTH TO FIT YOUR OWN FIELD CULTIVATION NEEDS Sizes from IHi' to 33>,i'—just add extensions or box wing sections to get desired cultivating width. Come in and let us show you this new modern, tillage tool. Ask for Free demonstration on your iarm, Carroll Garage & Imp). LgVERNE, IOWA Thuriday thru Tuesday, April 7-12 Walt Disney presents "The Ugly Dachshund" Plus "WINNIE THE POOH" and "THE HONEY TREE" Wednesday thru Saturday, April 13-16 "The Ghost In The Invisible Bikini" Tommy Kirk — Deborah Walley Sunday thru Wednesday, April 17-20 DEAN MARTIN in "The Silencers" Stella Stevens — Dalloh Lovi Thursday thru Saturday, April 21-23 "A Rage To Live" Suionne Plcshettc — Ben Gqziaro Plus "Get Yourself A College Girl" The Dave Clark Five and The Animals Saturday Matinee only, April 23 Masters of the Congo Jungle Plus 6 Color Cartoons Sunday thru Wednesday, April 24-27 "The Flight of the Phoenix" James Stewart — Richard Attcnborough Thursday thru Saturday, April 28-30 MARLON BRANDO in e e "The Chase" e e Jane Hubert Redrard The Starlite Drive.in Theatre Will Open Friday, April 1 • I • APRIL 1966 -

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