Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 4
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Bulldog Relay trophies THE MANY fine being displayed by SMSi^lS^ ones are for fir'st place In relays. There will byffis^S Wlth rUnning finalS 3t night L ° Cal C r, hes wei^o&n7 thTw^thefWlirS-K oy tms weekend. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman JULIAN CHRISCHILLIS •>'* o= T F HAIR for voun g men has changed in the past 25 years ... when we were in high school, the battle ^.l 3 ^ 8 , 19 talk the folks into letting us wear pur hair as a butch. Moms mostly wanted their young men with a nice long head of hair . . . now, the teen-agers want it long while dads and moms encourage short hair. Just another cycle! * * * 'T DOESNT SEEM possible that a school with such a fine athletic record this year could have such a weak track team . . . but that is the situation this spring in Algona high whereas the football team was 6-2, the basketball school A_ • O1 o . . - ..—« w «, v«.v- ftsuun^lfc/ail team 21-3 and a state tournament contender, and the wrestling team was champions of Iowa, the track record has centered near the bottom of the pack in almost every meet. But actually, the/reason is quite.simple . . . golf has taken the place of track in popularity at AHS . . .it used to be the golf squad would number eight or 10 while the track contingent numbered 50 or more . . . this year, the track team has roughly 27 members while Coach John Vint has 31 golfers out for the sport. Athletic director Howie Stephenson is none too happy with the situation ... most coaches feel that track is a fine sport to increase speed, agility and endurance for the maior sports of football and basketball ... he hopes to put more pressure on his cagers next spring to compete in track! CHANGING TIMES REPORTS: "There's at least one bright note for smokers. The evidence linking ciqarette smoking to athlete's foot is statistically inconclusive."' .. DAYTON'S OF Minneapolis reported retail sales of $186,166,671 during its past year of operation . . . with profits over $7,000,000. JUST WHEN IT seemed that Whittemore's Dale Teeter was all set to enroll at the Air Force Academy, several more offers arrived and now Dale is wisely still giving full consideration to a couple of new feelers including one from Oregon State University . . .he'll fly out there next month as well as to Colorado Springs, to the Academy, He'll also be a guest of Drake University in May. Might just as well accept the hospitality! REPORT OF CONDITION of Algona loses to Hymboldt in golf Monday The Algona high school gol team lost its second match o the spring season by a 163-174 count at Humboldt Monday. Sophomore Don Hagen and senior Brad Kraft had 41's whi le Gregg Buchanan posted 45, Danny Merryman a 47 and Phil Taylor a 49. Humboldt Craig Lwellyn, a former Algo- nan, shot a par-36 to pace the winners. The junior varsity won, 191195. Tim Will paced the locals with a 46 while Bruce Olson and Craig, Taylor had 47's and John Will a 52. ., Algona met Emmetsburg at he Algona Country Club Wednesday. wins 2nd golf meet S3 •:» 23 IOWA STATE BANK •f Alfona, Iowa at the close of builne» April $, 1966, a state banking institution arflaitfied and operating under the banking laws of this State and a member of tho Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance with a call made by the Mate Banking Authorities and by the Federal Reserve Bank of this District. ASSETS other banks, and cash items in process 1. Cash, balances with of collection ' 1 1,124,628.13 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 1,955,491 25 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions 667,461 40 5. Other securities ._ 1500000 7. Other loans and discounts L 4,180,714.43 8. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 97,748.25 11. Other assets 2^586.90 12. TOTAL ASSETS _ 8,043,630.36 LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations __ 4,968,690.36 14. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and cor- ,_ porations -_ 1,134,683.85 15. Depoits of United States Government 12127587 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions 109211968 18. Deposits of commercial banks 19. Certified and officers' checks, etc. — I.I.I IIII-I.IIIIIII 20. TOTAL DEPOSITS $7,357,220.05 34,649.89 5,800.40 (a) Total (b) Total demand deposits 6,069,936.20 time and savings deposits 1,287,283.85 25. TOTAL LIABILITIES 7,357,220.05 ,_,, CAPITALACCOMNTS 26. (c) Common stock—total par value " .. 25000000 No. shares authorized 2500 No. shores outstanding 2500 27. Surplus 250,000.00 28. Undivided profits 186,410.31 30. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -- 686,410.31 31. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 8,043,630.36 with ,. , MEMORANDA 1. Average of total deposits for the 15 cglenelar days ending coll date J . 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days" ending "'with call date _ 413580220 3. Loons as shown in "Assets" are after deduction" of" valuation 7,254,239.42 reserves of 15,095.98 ... I. <*• f - A"eng, President, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that mv report pf condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. .,, ,, ...... A ' F - AGENA, President ._ We. the undersigned directors attest the correctness of this report of conation andfleclare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our (edge a/jd hpl.^f is tr>u> onrl correct. David A. Smith, H. L. Gilmore. ). C. Mawdsley, L. E. Linnan, f. L. McMahpn, H. ,R. Cowan, Di/ectprs. know- State of Iowa Coyoty of Kossuth ss: Sworn t.p and subscribed before me this 26th day of April, in the Algpna Kassuth County Advance, , 1966. Jyrje Pom,p|un, Notary Public. Algpna, Ipwa, April 28, 1966 Garrigan's unbeaten golf team won its second dual meet of the season Monday, defeating St. Edmond's of Fort Dodge at the Ft. Dodge Country Club, 171-177. The Bears entertained Newman of Mason City here yesterday afternoon. Bob Smith and John Hamilton were co-medalists for Garrigan with 42's while Nelson of Fort Dodge also posted a 42. Brian LaBarre had a 43, John Bradley a 44 and Steve Erpelding a 51 to round out Coach Steve McCall's team scores. Only the top four scores are used. Algona competes in junior high relays Humboldt' swept all three titles in the annual Eagle Grove Junior High Thunderbolt Relays held last Friday. The Algona 7th and 8th graders finished last and the freshmen were second to the last. Two freshmen blue ribbons were in the medley relay with a time of 4:08 and the 880-yard run, won by Larry Taylor of Algona. The freshmen ended with 27 points while the 7th graders had 14 and the 8th graders 14%. Swea City wins triangular meet Gruver — Swea City high school won a triangular track meet here last Friday as Tom Elliott paced the win with firsts' in the 100 and 220-yard dashes, and the pole vault. He also ran the first leg of the winning mile relay team. Swea City finished with 74 points, while Lincoln- Central had 68V 2 and Armstrong 34%. Winners named in Cub Derby Winner of the Cub Scout Pinewood Derby was Jeff Stephenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stephenson. Placing second was Warren Hauser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hauser. Each received a trophy. Those winners froni each (Jew who entered the finals were Jeff Stephenson. Den 1: Ricky Buscher, Den 2; Tom Kinseth, Den 3; Thomas Burger, De« 4; Warren Hsuser, Den 5; Kevin D<e*i 6. Eighteen get awards Tuesday at Scout meet Cub Scout Pack 29 held its second to the last pack meeting of the year Tuesday. night at the Lucia Wallace school, The theme was "Mother Natifre 1 Backyard" and Mr. "and Mf* Jack Chrisehilles were the KM* wanis club gr'eeters. ' . New Cubs introduced were Barry Walker, Charles Kuester, and Mike 'Householder.' Mrs. Jim Peterson's den put oh a skit. Awards were given to the following: Mark Harris — Bear badge, 2-year service star, denner stripe. Tim Plaehn — Bear badge, 1 gold aiTow, 1 silver arrow. Mitch Kleingartner — Bear badge. Edwardo Franco — 2 year service star. Tom Easter — Ass't. denner. Pat Esser — Wolf badge. Mike Stangl — 1 gold arrow/ Wolf, denner. Richard Stangl — Denner ass't. denner. , Barry Walker — Ass't. deni- ner. Steve Schoby — 1 gold arrow, denner. Jeff Merryman — 1 silver arrow. .•"' i:{ Randy Meine — Ass't. den- ner. Mark Myers..— Bear badge, 1 gold arrow. Danny Frankl — Wolf badge'. Tom Kolp — Denner. Mike McGinnis — Ass't. den- ner. From last month: Randy.Niel- sen — 1 gold arrow. Jim Peterson to DECA meet in Chicago Proud of pet lambs urdav rhi2nl S ?ho BI £? % J °^ n Pento ,? a £ d J rimmy Black are shown in front of the city hall'Sat- ?se and nmmv Srp^hl Sw? ? Tu^l {W^ 1 "* their two P et lambs in a "caged" wagon. Louise and Jimmy are the children of Hugh Black and John Is the son of Mrs. Marie Penton. c -' , ; -; \:: . <Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY. APRIL 28, 1966 wins girl's at Gruver An Algona High Schoblserii or, Jim, Petersen, will leave Wednesday for Chicago to at- end the 20th Annual National ^adership ^Conference of the DisMbutive"* Education Clubs of America (DECA). Jim is among 35 Iowa stud- >nts selected to participate in he Conference, .which as deigned to help develop future eaders for marketing and dis- ribution. It will be held at the onrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago rom Wednesday, April 27, to Saturday, April 30, and is expected that 2,000 young leaders of DECA and advisors will at- end. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Jamis R. Petersen, Algona, Jim is 'resident of the local DECA 31ub. He is employed at the Montgomery Ward Store as part Titonka won first place in, the 1966 Lincolri-Cen,tral Hawkette Relays as the Squaws piled up 57 J /2 points to edge Rolfe, Sentral and Lincoln-Central. team, standings are as f his Distributive tudies. Education Mr. Charles Ullom, local dis- ributive education coordinator 11 accompany Jim on the trip Vester Shott, 51, of Bancroft, dies Friday Bancroft — Funeral services or Vester G. Shott, 51, of Bancroft, were held Monday afternoon at the Garry funeral home in Bancroft, Rev. A. W. Nelson pastor of the First Baptisl church in Bancroft, officiated and burial was in the Greenwood cemetery at Bancroft. Mr. Shott died of a stroke at the home of Donald Hutzell Friday night. He had not been well for several months. He was born at Fenton May 3, 1914 and attended the Fenton schools. He was never married and worked for the Chicago and Northwestern railroad as a carpenter for a nhmber of years. More recently, he was employed at Welp's Hatchery here. A brother and three sisters sdr- vive. They are Valh'e of Carlsbad, N. M.; Mrs. George Thomas of Superior: Mrs. Viola Hintz. of Everly; and Mrs. Thomas Halsted, Curlew. CLOSES STORE The Schrader Hardware of Burt will hold a public auction Thursday, May 5, beginning at 9:30 a.m. with all fixtures and stock to fee auction,e4 off. Char- He Quinn aad Carol Eraser wUJ be the auctioneers and the Bur£ Savings Ban£ will clerk. Full- sale details will appear in the Advance Monday. f XffJT AT THf ApVANCi • Final follows: Titonfca. .______, 57% Rolfe __. :__________! 49 Sentral _!___-L_j______i_____ 43 Lincoln Central 41 Terril ,___ 27 Harris-Lake Park :_; ;__ 24 Havelock-Plover, ___,_ 23Vfe Lakota __' : __-!$ South Clay j 12 Twin Rivers 6 Burt _-.._ ,__, 5 Ruthven _______-: 0 Broad Jump — DeWall, 15' 8", Rolfe; Gerdeman, Terril; Mi- chaejson, Titonka; Stoulil, Havelock-Plover; Dittsworth, Sentral. , . . . Shotput — Beenken, 31' 6", Titonka; Hoffman, Lincoln Central; Christiansen, Harris-Lake Park; Voigt, Sentral; Johnson, Terril. Discus — Tietz, 92' 3", Sentral; Blair, Harris-Lake Park; Budlong, Titonka; Johnson, Terril; Sana, Lincoln Central. High Jump — Karels, 4' 5", Lakota; Gingrich, Titonka; Blass, Terril; Alger, South Clay; Trimble, Rolfe. ** Softball Throw — Culver, 172' -4% ", South Clay; Johnson, Terril; Byers, Harris-Lake Park; Hacker, Twin Rivers; Normann, Havelock-Plover. 80 Motor Hurdles — Klingbeil, 13.2, Lincohi Central; Dittsworth, Sentral; Selvig, Twin Ri- ril; Rorte, Havelock-Plover; Bush, Harris-Lake Park. 60 Yard Dash — DeWall, 7.5, Rolfe; Park; (tie) Hass, Harris-Lake Johnson, Havelock- vers; Gerdeman, ken, Titonka. Terril; Been- 810 Yard Relay — Titonka, 1:54.5; Rolfe, Lincoln Central, Sentral, Twin Rivers and Terril. ** 880 Yard Run — Akkerman, 2.41, Titonka; Torresom, Lincoln Central; Moorberg, Ter- Plover, Gerdeman, Terril and Zweifel, Titonka. ** 320 Meter Sh. Hurdle Relay — Lincoln Central, 57.5; Sentral, Havelock-Plover, Titonr fca, Burt. ** 220 Yard Dash — Beckord, 26.55, Rolfe; Snyder, South Clay;. Hass, Harris-Lake Park; Ja- Ife^rTitonka; Sleper, Lakota. '•** 440 Yard Run — Boyd, 68. 15, Lakota; Hartman, Lincohi Central; Hogenburg, Burt; Sch- warzenback, Harris-Lake Park; Selvig, Twin Rivers. ** 320 Meter Shuttle Relay — Sentral 44.9; Lincoln Central, Havelock-Plover, Terril, Lakota. ** 440 Yard Medley Relay — Rolfe 54.4; Titonka, Havelock- Plover, Lincohi Central, Sentral. ** 100 Yard Dash — Beckord, 11.6, Rolfe; Hass, Harris-Lake Park; Blanchard, Sentral; (tie) Gerdeman, Terril and Bahling, Titonka, "* 880 Yard Medley ReUy — lolfe 2:02.8; Titonka, Sentral, Lincoln Central, Terril. ** 440 Yard Relay — Titonka 55.0; Sentral, HavelocW-Plove(r, Rolf©, Burt, ** New Lincoln Central Haw- kette Relays Records. ,* Tied Lincohi Central Haw- kette Relays Record. COLOR GUARD The Junior Leaders of Troop 70 were Color Guard at the District Rotary convention held in Algona on, Friday, In the Color Guard were David Riley, junior assistant scoutmaster; Tom Laing, senior patrol leader; David BeiseU and Duane Hunt, patrol leaders. High school is accredited FORREMT BMKN TILLERS SY DAY OR HOUR Also • Lawn Seederi I) Power Lawn Floor Sandtn Coast-To-Coast Stores The Algona high "school has again received approval for continued membership in the North Central Association 61 Colleges and Secondary Schools for the cofaing year, the lopal sdu> pi has been a member since .1906. There .are 187 Iowa high schools in the Association. The membership is based upon proof of meeting the required standards such as curriculum, teaching staff, equipment, library, building facilities, etc. which are evaluated annually by reports required of all member schools. The school has been advised by the N.C.A. that it will be necessary to plan improvements in the building facilities, however, in order to continue membership in the following years. In meeting this deficiency, the Board of Education is planning a hew building program which includes the construction of a new senior high school. Within the next month the Board plans to submit tentative plans looking toward this new construction which cannot be undertaken until an election is held securing approval of &)% qif the voters. Two charged after two accidents A two-car accident Saturday at 12:50 occurred at. the intersection of Kennedy and Minnesota streets. Jerome T. Lauben- thai, West Bend, was driving south on Minnesota and Brocke A. Laws, 17, was 'headed west on Kennedy when they collided. Estimated damage to the Laubenthal auto was $150 to the left rear and' headlight damage to the Laws vehicle was about $25. Brocke Laws was charged with failure to yield the right of way. Cars involved in a minor accident Sunday noon on North Hall were owned by David R. Walker, Burt, and Raymond T. Cterdes, Buffalo Center. The Gerdes auto was parked on North Hall street and was struck when Walker was backing on tiie street. Th* latter WAA cW- |id witti improper btdting. BB- timated damage to the Gerties aUto Was $95 to the left front door. Oar-triok crash near Uketa A car-truck accident just north of Lakota did about $325 total damage Tuesday morning but there were no injuries. A car driven by Charlotte Anderson, Titonka, and owned by the Kemna Garage of Bancroft, was turning left when a truck driven by James L. Riley, Benson, Minn., was passing about. '/4-mile north of Lakota on highway 9. The truck sideswiped the car, doing |300 damage to the Kemna vehicle, while the truck had only $25 in damage. Charges of 'improper passing" were filed against the Minnesota man, If you are looking for, the finest in grain storage or drying tanks • • t see TAYLOR IMPLEMENT Phono 5-2467 Algona it'i better built by MANUFACTURING COMPANY BO" Fifty years ago people never thought of doing the things they do today. That's why they didn't do them. * QUESTION: Our rural mail carrier was seriously bitten by our dog. A week later our pony kicked a neighbor bey and broke his leg. Does farm liability insurance pay medical costs plus damages and legal costs for court and lawyer fees? ANSWER: Yes. * • A fellow we know says he is going to quit talking to himself. Claims he gets too many stupid answers. it When you make two people happy, one of them is apt to be you. Bohannon INSURANCE AGENCY Algona Iowa CARAVELLE is made like an expensive watch. Yet it's only $10.95. awwwv.wtditwwilyjlo.9fc

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