Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 31, 1966 · Page 19
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MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO, 1 W L No. la. Appliance __ 85 31 Algona Barbers 79 33 Champlihs 65V 2 46V_ Quickie 60 56 Algona Lanes 60 56 Whiittetriore Elev. __ 56 56 K. Of C. 49 67 Lindsay Soft Water 44 68 Schmidts 42 74 Weidenhoff 27Vz 88»/ 2 High Team Series North la. Appliance 2934 High Series Chas. Dailey 634 High Game Chas. Dailey 223 TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Utt Electric 78% 37%, Universal Mfg. Co. 75% 40% Whittemore Lockers • 74% 41% Pioneer Hibred ____ 67 40 Lindhorst Deputies _ 65% 50% BUsoher Bros; 65 51 NW Mutual L. 63% 52% Reding's Gravel ___ 55 61 Larry's Recreation _ 47 69 Hood's Super Value 41 75 First Lutheran 34% 81% Tall Pauls __!_ 29 87 High Team Series Pioneer Hibred 2935 High Series Don Higgs 592 High Game Bob Schoby 214 WottsbrUch DrUg ___ 49 59 «f. & K. Tavern ____ 44 . 64 Algona Auto Repair 39 V^ 68 V 2 Gddd Samaritan __'__ 35 73 Directory Service _•_ 33 78 . High Team Strict la State Bank ______ _ ___ 2502 High Serit* Kay Voigt 1_ ______________ 535 High Game Jerry Wolfe ____ _ _____ _.__ 20.1 y* * i <y^ i;"<•'•';}- ? > .^VH'-M -.'i ;.-,:>• ,-.-ov> WEDNESDAY NIGHT MEN W Hobarton Co-op. ____ 69 MONDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Hamm's No. 1 80 Zenders __ 80 Budweiser 68 Rollings Hog. Mkt. _ 67 Gambles 60 State Farm 54% la. State Bank 45 Farmers Hibred 28% High Team Series Zenders 2936 High Series Chuck Davis 604 High Game Chuck Davis 233 L 36 36 48 49 56 61% 71 87% WIRING Connected or Corrected UTT "JIM UTT' ELECTRIC Phone 295-222S TUESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE NO. 2 W Klein's Farm Sup. _ 87 Fischer's Store 85 Elberts Enco 74 Weidenhoff 74 Blossom Ins. 72 Al's Lounge 60 National Food 56 Lotts Creek Cheese Factory 56 Algona Utilities 51 Pine Room 43 Don's Place 29 Coca Cola 9 High Team Series Elberts Enco 3051 High Series Bert Baldwin __ __ 564 High Game Art Schroeder / 216 L 29 31 42 42 44 56 60 60 63 73 37 107 Cunningham Cafe __ 64 Bernie's Recreation 62Vz Fenton Elevator ___ 61 Bode Elevator _____ 58 Seven-Up ___________ 47 Borden's Dairy ____ 42V 2 Elk Cleaners ______ 39 High Team Series Bernie's Recreation ______ 2909 High Series Jake Thilges _______________ 600 High Game Jack Thilges _____________ 221 L 43 48 49'/_ 51 54 61 65V 2 73 THURSDAY NIGHT WOMEN W Viking Oil ________ 74 Lindsays __________ 73V 2 Fareway __________ 68 Hamm's __________ 59V2 Dairy Queen ______ 53V 2 Johnson House ____ 49 Vogel's ___ ________ 49' Coast to Coast _____ 47 VFW _____________ 46V 2 Frederick Hdwe. __ 46 Gambles „ ________ 38 Everds Bros. ______ 36 High Team Series Coast to Coast ___________ 2481 High Series Dorothy King __I _________ 533 High Game Dorothy King ____________ 223 L 30 30 1 /. 40 48M> SOVa 59 59 61 61'/ 2 62 66 72 »»»»»«««» Wesley Viola Studer WEDNESDAY NIGHT WOMEN W L Cooks Welders 81% 26V 2 Weidenhoff 70 38 East End Groc. 69 39 la. State Bank 68 40 Women of Moose _ 55 53 Petersen's Furn. 54 54 Algona Lanes 52 56 Heed Money to BUILD OR EXPAND? FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L 33% 36 48 60V 2 79 79 Pittman Finance 78%- Zenders 76 Moorman's Feed 64 Hutzell's Office 51% Minnesota .Woolen _ 33 Femic ___,_ 33 High Team Series Zenders 2256 High Series Women—LaVonne Pittman 50' Men—Clayton Pittman 546 High Game Women—Pat Schuller 199 Men—Clayton Pittman — _ 22 Get a Loan You Can Live with! Expansion can mean extra profit*—and the <way you expand can make the difference. A Land Bank loan on land lets you grow safely, profitably. Check these modem features: • Long Term—Lew Payments • No Penalty for Payment in Advance) • Low Cost—No Fees or Commissions • Mortgage Protection Lifo Insurance Is Available When you need money to buy land, pay debts, buy equipment or for other farm or family needs, tee us for a LAND BANK LOAN South of Penney's, Algona, Iowa (Preferably Mondays and Wednesdays) E. H, Hutchins, Manager Helen Haas, Assistant 60y 2 62 70 Tuesday evening, April 5, the Wesley Evergreen Cemetery Association will hold their annual meeting in the Legion Hall at 8 p.m. Officers and trustees for the coming year will be elected. Mrs. Cliff Anfinson, Mrs. Jo Viewer, and Mrs. L. L. Lease attended a meeting at the Co- onial Motel in Algona, of the South Kossuth County Chapter of the Cancer Society, Monday. They received working mater- als for the Cancer Drive to be leld in April. Mrs. Meurer is rusacle Chairman of Wesley. A BURT GIRL, Ann Wilson, second from right, was one of four Iowa State University students receiving Sears-Roebuck scholarships in the amount of $300 for high scholastic standing recently. The awards were made at the annual Sears-Roebuck recognition banquet at the University. Miss Wilson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Wilson, rural Burt. Question Marks ____ 39 53 Sharks 33% 58% High Team Series Sharks 2581 High Series Jeide Ferguson , 472 High Game Eulalie Altman __: 185 will be April 9 at the home of Linda Gardner. Reporter is Pa- 'rice Bode. »*»»»»+»»»++»»»»++»»»»++ GRANDMOTHERS W Kirk's Shoe Store __ 58 Charlie's Sup. Club _ 48 Modernistic 38 . L 26 36 46 60 Twinco , _. 24 High Team Series Modernistic 1635 High Series Helen Kirkland 462 High Game Helen Kirkland 175 4-H News St. Joe Mrs. Sylvester Wagner SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE NO. 1 W L Chrome Cafe ______ 69 J / 2 42V 2 Bjustroms __________ 68 44 Viking Oil ________ 61 J / 2 50V 2 No. la.. Appliance;-..- 55V 2 ft- i r » r t f«W*yl fi i *<"« ri i~i t 1 1-\ n j ri t ( Taylor Motor ______ 54 M & D Auto _i _____ 5iy 2 Druggist Mutual ___ 50 Algona Barbers ____ 38 High Team Series Bjustroms __________ ____ 2186 High Series Women — Charlotte Baldwin 519 Men— Hank Geilenfeld _— 557 High Game Women — Charlotte Baldwin 195 Men— Hank Geilenfeld ___ 213 SATURDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE NO. 2 W L 40V 2 47 49 56 56y 2 57 69 73 Colony Inn _________ 7iy 2 Algona Lanes _____ 65 Algona Plb. & Htg. 63 Fenton Lockers ___ 56 Consolidated Co-op. 55y 2 Northrup King ____ 55 Standard Oil _______ 43 Rusk Drug ________ 39 High Team Series Algona Plb. & Htg. ______ 2394 High Series Women — Carol Meyer ____ 476 Men — Jerry Jergens ______ 587 High Game Women — Carol Meyer ____ 190 Men— Ray Sewick ________ 214 COFFEE CUP W Black Cats 55 Bobetts 51 Eight Balls 49% Petticoats 48 L 37 41 42% 44 IRVINGTON IDEALS The regular meeting of the Irvington Ideals 4-H Club was held at St. Benedict Hall on March 19, 1966. The meeting was called to order by President Carol Stebbins at 2:00. Roll call was answered by 11 members. Three visitors were present. Minutes of the previous meeting were not read. The treasurer '»L.report u i was i given . New business: balance on hand is $25.79. Old business: discussion of 4-H day and planning for it. Demonstrations were given by Frances Jenkinson on "Let's practice posture", Mrs. Ed McGuire is a surgical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Hubert O'Brien was a medical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital the past week. Mrs. Ralph Reding returned Saturday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where she was a medical patient since Tuesday. Math Zeimet is entering St Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge on Tuesday where he ii to undergo surgery. Sister M. Adeline O.S.F. Du buque and Brother Donald Me Guire, St. Benedicts, Atchinson Cans, were visitors here in the lome of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire and famil; ast week. and to Kathy Bernhald on "How straighten material". PLUM CREEK ELITE The regular meeting of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H club was held at the home of Annette Gilbride. Roll call was answered by 11 members which was "Colors I like to wear". A talk was given by Joyce Gabrielson. Demonstrations were given by Jane Walker and Dixie Keith. The Junior girls started to make pin cushions and press boards. Guest mothers were Mrs. Raymond Walker and Mrs. Ronald Gardner. The next meeting MUSCULAR ACHES-PAINS Take PRUVO tablets when you want temporary relief from mi nor aches and pain often asso ciated with Arthritis, Rheuma tism, Bursitis, Lumbago, Backaches. Relieve these discomforts or your money back. On sale at HONSBRUCH Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner eturned home on Friday from 'hoenix, Ariz, where they hat] visited with friends and rela ives and enjoyed a winter va Cation, the past seven weeks. Need Printing? Call the ADVANCEI Bode By Mrs. Roland M. Olson AC60MA How.) ' : I KUintiti' Marvin Kropf is a patient at Ft. Dodge Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Lqihen returned Saturday after "spending several months in California vi siting their son, Mr/and Mrs. Carlon Lomen at Brayai Calif., and daughter, "Mr. a'rid Mrs. Gerald Baily at San • Raphael! Members of the Senior Luther League of St. Olaf Lutheran church and their guests, attended "My Fair Lady" in Ft. Dodge, Sunday evening. When dependability means a lot... When a member of your family needs a prompt acting, soothing antldi- arrheal, depend on the product families like yours have trusted for over 28 years — Kaopectate, from Upjohn. Two convenient sizes In unbreakable bottles. • 6fl.os. RUSK DRUG ALGONA ''Hi EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Use this chart to save money on your Long Distance calls 4:30 "A.M. STATION LONG DISTANCE CALLING GUIDE 6 P.M.'.- "..•:.'• •'••i- ••'• 8 P.M.' MONDAY \ THROUGH >• FRIDAY J SATURDAY ALL DAY SUNDAY DAY RATES NEXT MORNING •' • ' 4:30 A.M: NIGHT RATE' (Lowest) Northwestern Bell 1 says 'THA YOU" The Algona Thanks — Municipal Utilities Expresses Its Sincere Attention • City Ordinance! / Algona residents are asked not to burn leaves and other material in the street or on the curb. Protect yourself from the danger of fires and help to keep our community beautiful. Wm. J. Finn, Mayor R. Elbert, Fire Chief For the sympathetic understanding and patience of our many customers who were without electricity due to the storm. In the history of the Algona Municipal Utilities this was the most extreme spring storm ever experienced. The A. M. U. linemen and other A. M. U. employees worked 'round-the-clock in blizzard conditions. We wish to thank the Algona Electric, Pratt Electric, Utt Electric, Donald Masden, Tree Service, Peter W. Jorgenson, Luther Fairbanks Jr. Excavating, Reding Gravel and Excavating, the many farmers on the farm lines, police, mayor, press, radio and others who assisted in many ways. We wish to express our thanks to all our employees of A. M. U. who are so dedicated to their job. We are grateful especially to those of our customers who waited uncomplainingly while our crews went about their task in restoring service. We at the A. M. U. fully realize the many problems that occur when electricity is not available for any extended period. Every effort is always exercised by A. M. U. to keep interruptions at a minimum regardless of weather conditions. ALGONA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES f B04RD OF TRUSTEES • T. JAMES

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