Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 5, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 5, 1966
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Relays; Swea City wins Eagle Grove, Lake Mills and Swea City walked off with all the honors in the 3rd annual Bulldog Relays Saturday afternoon and evening and the 17 Competing teams set nine new records during the festivities. I Tha marks wara outttand- ino considering tha chilly day iand a strong northwett wind which buffeted tha athlatat all day. ' Three Kossuth county boys — Dale Teeter and Dave Martin of Algona and Tom Elliott of Swea Gity — captured nine individual titles between them. 1 Elliott led the Trojans to the Class C title with four crowns while Martin took three and Teeter two. - Four of the records were broken in the Class C events, four more in the A division and one in the Class B. Elliott set a pair of marks by soaring 11 ft. in the pole vault and running the 440-yard dash in .54.2. TEETER set another with a 2:08 880-yard run while Mike Hazelhoff of Swea City captured still another with a 5' 10" leap in. the high jump. 'r Other records were set by Mayland of Clear Lake in the mile run (4:41.3); Johnson of Humboldt in the discus (145' 8>£"); Blackman of Eagle Grove in the pole vault (12*6"); and the Eagle Grove medley relay team (3:44.8). (Martin of Algona won. -the Class B 220-yard dash with a :24.9 time as did Elliott with a :24.8 in Class C. :' Martin also captured the 180- yard low hurdles with a time of :22.3. Geitzenauer. of Sentral won the Class C event with a :22.8 time. Dave McCarthy of Garrigan captured the Class B high jump with a 5'10" leap. In the Class B division, Al gona finished fifth with 45 points, a notch lower than Gar? rigan with 49 points. Sentral was fourth in the Class C while Lu Verne was fifth with 4—ALOONA (iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY* MAY 5/1946 Spencer,: 10.9; class B — Martin Algona, : 10.8; class C —-Elliott, Swea City, :10.8. 220 -r- Class A — Eaterson, Iowa Falls, :24.4; Class B — Martin, Algona, :24.9; class C — Elliott, Swea City, :24.8. 440 — Class A —' Taylor, Eagle Grove. ;55.7; Class B — Teeter, Algona, : 53.4; class C — Elliott, Swea City, :54.2 (record). 880 — Class A — Maland, of Clear Lake, 2:05.2; class B — Teeter, Algona, 2:08 (record-; class C — Besgard, Graettinger, 2:16 (record). : Mile Run — Maland, of Clear Lake, 4:41.3 (record). : 120 high hurdles— Class A— Paulsi, Eagle Grove, :17;, clas:> B — Peterson, Lake Mills, 17.9; class C — Pals, Meservey-Thorn-; ton, : 17.8. ' 180 low hurdles — Class A — ?auls, Eagle Grove, :22.3; class B — Martin, Algona, :22.3; class — Geitzenauer, Sentral :22.8. High jump — Class A — Mo- klebust, Eagle Grove, 6; class B — McCarthy, Garrigan, 5-10; class C — Hazelhoff, Swea City, 5-10 (record). Discus — Class A -T- Johnson, Humboldt, 145-8% (record); class B — Lanno, Lake Mills, 115-11; Luedtke, Sentral, Class A— Meyer, points and Lakota last with two points. Lu Verne's Bristow won the at bottom in Bronco Relays Algona and Garrigan high schools finished fifth and sixth respectively in the Class A division of the Bronco Relays at Belmond Tuesday night, reversing their finish in the Bulldog Relays three days before. ; Algona compiled 27 points while Garrigan had 25. Eagle Grove won the Class A division with 86 points With Clear Lake second with 77. . Dave Martin won first in the 100-yard dash for the Bulldogs with a time of : 10.8 He also finished second in the low hurdles with a :22.2 time. Algona placed third in the shuttle hurdle relay and 2-mile relay, fourth in the: medley relay. ' Other points were won by Subscription Blank -' .'..'.' '" '•'•''• : '•.''-.'•' ''-\ ' •"&•'" ;;' ":'• ' •.'•';• '-'. If you are net already an Advance »ub«rlber, you can __ «eme MM by filling out hSlft form and enefoting a check or cash for $5. You will receive tha KOSSUTH COUNTY AD- VANCI each Monday and thuriday tor a full yaar. Join tha va«t Advance fariiily el reader* tedayl NAME approve library tax levy ADDRESS I — Mail to KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, Algona, Iowa — Swea City wins track crown in State Line class C 113-3. Shot put broad jump with a 19'%" jump while the LuVerne 880-yard re lay team also took home a blue ribbon. CLASS A Eagle Grove ____ 101 Humboldt ______ T 91 Spencer :________ 56 Iowa Falls . 54 Clear Lake 36 *• CLASS B •?• Lake Mills 84 ii Twin Rivers 57 -Emmetsburg 1 50 '{. Garrigan _.1______ 49 s ; Algona—~_ 45 ? Buffalo Center ,__ ;41;' ; i CLASS C Swea City 75 I? Graettinger 72' ' Meservey-Thornton ^_ 60 Sentral _______________^57% ,V LuVerne „-—,.-.- 15V 2 Lakota 2 ;•; 100 — Class A — Drake, of Iowa Falls, 46 6%; class B La tern, Twin Rivers, 42-7 Vi; class C — Laage, Sentral, 40-5. Pole vault — Class A— Black; man, Eagle Grove, 12-6 (record); class B — Teeter, Emmetsburg, irid Peterson; Lake Mills, 11 class C — Elliott, Swea City, 11 (record). Board jump — Class A — Br- 4uman, Eagle Grove, 20-7% class B — Collins, Twin Rivers 19-7; class C — Bristow, Lu Verne, 19-%. V, ^ .4 . ;;•'" 440 'relay '^^Gl^'^^fM Falls, :47,4; Class B — Lake Mills, :47.6; Class C — Meser vey-Thornton, :48.4. 880 relay — Class A — Eagle Grove, 1:35.9; Class B — Lake Mills, 1:37.5; Class C — Liu- Verne, 1:40.4.. : Mile relay — Class A— Eagle Grove, 3:37.6; class B — Garrigan, 3:43.5; class C — Graettinger, 3:41.5. ..,..;• .;....; . . ; • Medley relay— Class A !•'•+>Eagle Groveyni 3:44.8 (record); class B — Buffalo Center, 3-57.6; : class C^— Swea City, 4:00.1: ; ; 2-mile relay — Class A Hum- jboldt, 8:34.7; class B — Emmetsburg, 8:50.6; Class C -7-, Meser- VeyrThornton, 9:i7,.9, After the Bronco Relays at Belmond Tuesday, both Garri gan and Algona high school are slated to travel to the district meet at Eagle Grove this Friday. Brocke Laws with a fifth in the high hurdles and Bill Boldridge with a fifth in the high jump. Garrigan picked up its 25 points. The 880-yard relay team placed third for the top ranking. Fourth places were won by the 440-yard and mile relay teams. Mike Schiltz placed fourth in the pole vault, Dave Me Carthy was fourth in the high jump and Larry Dahlhauser was fourth in the broad jump- Fifth places were won by Don Potthoff iii the shot put John Studer in the discus am the^ medley iand shuttle hurdle relay teams also placed fifth Dick Bleich ended fifth in the 100-yard dash. Algona 6th in conference Swea City won the final event, the mile relay, to edge* Titonka by 3'/4 points to win the State Line Conference track meet held on the Algona high school track Monday night. The Trojans were aided when one of the Titonka runners in he final event fell in passing the baton, losing about 20 yards in the process. Had Titonka won the event, it would have emerged the champion. It .was the fourth loop title for the Trojans in the past six years. Tom Elliott was the lone double event winner of ' the night as he copped the 100 and 220-yard dash events. ,." How They Finished Swea City —__l_______i 60% Titonka — _______________ 57 Lincoln Central 41 Sentral __ : _____: 31 Thompson 29% Armstrong __: 24 Woden-Crystal Lake 21 Burt 14% Ringsted __^______ llVfe Rake -_______, 6 HOW IS A GOOD THE TO CLEAN UP WITH A WANT AD Make a List of the Thing* You Will Want To Get Rid of This Spring — Such As ... a) Furniture that you no longer use. • Farm machinery that you've bought replacements for. a) Sports equipment, musical instruments and other items that the youngsters have outgrown. . ,. and hundreds of other things that may bo cluttering up your yard, house and storage room. SELL THEM! The Algona high school golf team finished 6th in the North Central Conference meet Saturday at Hampton.. The Bulldogs had a team score of 380. v >Ipwa Falls: won the meet;; » 328 on the cold and windy day. VIedalist was Mark Miller of the Cadets' with a 78. Next low was Mark Hagenson of Eagle Grove with an 80. ' : In back of Io\va Falls, .Eagle Grove had 347, dear Lake 354, Webster City 365, Hampton 366, Algona 380, Humboldt 381 and Clarion 407. Dan Merryman was low for Algona with an 85 while Brad Kraft had a 91, Phil Taylor and Don Hagen 102's and Gregg Buchanan a 104, Only the low four scores counted in the team play. # # # The Algona varsity and Inn- lor varsity lost a dual meet to Eagle Grove here Monday, The varsity bowed 159-173. Scott Thompson of the visitors was medalist with a 38 while Buchanan was low for Algona with a 42. Other varsity scores were 43's by Hagen and Phil Taylor, 45 by Merryman and 47 by Kraft. The junior varsity also lost 181-193, Steve OhrischiUes was ow for Algona with a 46 while John Will had a 47, Bruce 01 son 49, Mark Conn 52, Craig Taylor 53 and Tim Will 59. Lakota ___= 3 The summary: High hurdles — Cosgrove (Titonka : 17.5. 100 — Elliott, (SC) :10.9. 220 — Elliott (SC) :24.5. Mile — Rockier (SC) 4:52.8. 440 — Trunkhill (Titonka) :54.1. Low hurdles — Geitzenauer(Sentral) :22.9. ;880 — Treriary (Armstrong) 2:09.4. 2-mile relay — Lincoln-Central 8:50. 880 relay — Titonka 1:41.7. Medley relay — Swea City 3:56. 440 relay — Titonka :48.1. Mile relay -r- Swea City 3:47.9. Shot put — Laffey (Armstrong) 41-2% Discus — Isbrand (WCL) 423:, 9Vfe. High jump — Hazelhoff! (SC) 5-8. Broad jump — Rooney (Armstrong) 19-4%. Pole vault -r- Redemske (Burt) 10-1. SI. John'* and | (.•Verne advance Nellie Lupin, 85, of Bancroft, dies St. John's of Bancroft and LuVerne nigh school advanced sectional spring 'baseball play itpnday. The,Johnnies eased by Ledard, 4-1 in the final round of lie sectional at Bancroft. v,,, Lu Verne swamped Rockwell^ iwaledale 14-4 to move opposite 'orwith-Wesley in the finals at Jorwith. The latter team won by forfeit from Cyhnder. ... Vlj Dick Diers pitched Bancroft o the win with a four-hitter, "he Johnnies scored two runs in he third on a home run by >teve Vaske and Farrow, who tad singled, scored ahead of him. Bancroft scored two more in he fifth on triples by Rob Hat en and Diers. Bancroft is now 5-0 for the season with wins ov er Corwith-Wesley 12-3, Mason :ity Newman 11-0, Ledyard 3-2 and Burt 13-0, the latter in sec tional play. MmyWUbaOlassHMM intMTwiMWMUy KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE Rin|fted clips •tears in |oH high school ed Garrigan in a dual golf mee at Bancroft's North Kossuth Golf Club Tuesday, 150-158. Jensen of Ringsted was me dalist with 9 34 but teanimate carded two 38's and a 4P t pace the Ringsted cjub to the win. It was Garrigan's first los in three dual meets. Bob Smith had a one-over-pa 36 while John Hamilton had 37, Brian LaBarre a 49 am JMark Prpelding a 43, playing for Garrigan whose scores did not count in the me et were Steve Krpeldjjig 44. P»n Owens 47 and John Bradley 48 The Bears entertain Newma of Mason City here Friday au< then compete in th« s«c4iona tournament at PooaJiontae urdjy. -..-., ., Nellie Lupin, 85, Bancroft, died Tuesday morning at St. Ann. hospital following several months illness with a heart condition. Funeral services will ie Friday, May 6, 2 p.m. at the First Baptist church in Bancroft with Rev. A. W. Nelson officiating. Garry Funeral Home will have charge of arrangements and burial will be in Burt Township cemetery at Burt. Mrs. Lupin was born Nov. 5, 1880 at National, la., and came to the Burt area with, her parents, at the age of 12. She was married to Florin Bartlett Dec. 24, 1895 at Burt and in 1924 married Frank Lupin who died in 1945. Survivors are a son, Rial Bartlett of Dike, Iowa and a daughter, Mrs. Cisco Gara, Citrus Heights, Calif. A granddaughter, Mrs. Bonnie Hoptry, whom she raised, of Carmichael, Calif., and a brother, Earl Hudson, Lenox, and two sisters Mrs. Leone Baker and Mrs. Hattie Schmidt, both Algona, survive. Algonan on winning '"^ '•>> " ' • •'• "' '.' '[', ' ''• :' livestock team Richard Dugan, son of the Ralph Dugans, Algona, was a member of the winning livestock judging team from Northwest Missouri State College at the Southern Soils, Dairy, and Livestock Conference held at Wilmington College, Wilmington, Ohio recently. Competing against teams from eight colleges, and universities the NWM SC judges were high scoring team in sheep and beef cattle and in addition had three stu (tents in the top .five high scor- ig individuals. Dugan is a senior at the college and is minor- ing in agriculture. •oo+ooooooooooo+ooo+o+o* The County Board of Supervisors Monday approved a 1/3 mill levy on property outside of Kossuth towns and cities to help support the nine libraries located in county towns. The Board approved the levy unanimously. The levy will raise $19,067.91, with tWotthirds to be divided equally among the participating libraries arid one- third to be pro-rated according to each library's budget. / The money Will be included in the 1967 budget this summer but will not be available until 1968. However, there is $20,000 federal money available to the first four libraries who get county appropriation. They can have $5,000 on July 1 to tide them over until the beginning of the next year. The Kossuth libraries will receive the following amounts each year: LuVerne $1,085.85; West Bend $664.69; Algona $5,014.30; Bancroft $2,092.51; Burt $1,518.46; Lakota $1,496. 21; Swea City $2,107.14; Titonka $1,867.47; Wesley $1,457.43; Whittemore $1,763.85. Fenton, Ledyard and Lone Rock have no town libraries. such as plain w«tvef, twill* and satiiw-«xp6rlineiitally of c*i*- sc. The idea to to find out If metallic fibers of steel are logical for use in clothing W home furnishing textiles. What started all thik? The development of the steel fibei >egan in response to needs of the Air Force and the space program. (Noil Maurer in Laurent Sun We welcome the Iowa Supreme Court's decision to provide for subdistricting of legislative seats of Polk County and other large-population counties. The court ruled last week that subdistricting Is necessary to extend "equal protection of the law" to all citizens; under the atafe and federal con*Utu- R was Panted: out that UVe ballot* iii folk dur- nt the last election were "long cumbersome and in intelligent choice among candidates •of sett* in tne legislature was nade quite difficult." 'I'M ruling i* another upset IDe !9tKi UemocraUc legis- iitUre. RepUtohtatis have been wtM-Kihg'for suiMUStricung since itfttrf; wnen UieV-.P* 88641 tt lwas- ore to insure it. ims proposal was rejected by tne Uemocrats Ule 19oo A' JtepuBtasto legislature in 19tt7 Would have no trouble complying WiUi the supreme cioUrt decision! COMPLETES COURSE Pvt. Oavid L. Hovey, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey has Completed a basic aviation mechanics course. He has been re- assigiied for' a^course in specialized training on the UH-1B series helicopter. Upon completion of the, advance course, he will be qualified as a crew chief, and will be on a flying status. Opinion of Editors (Gordon Aasgaard in Lake Mills Graphic) Don't look now, but steel clothes are coming. Shades of knights in armor! Or maybe it's lady astronauts clothes for outer-space travel. Predictions are that stainless steel has possibilities as a metallic fiber in clothing, says Mrs. Mary Jane Holland, County Extension Home Economist. The metallic fibers are expected to go into blends mainly to contribute anti-static properties to fabrics. Fibers produced thus far have the flexibility of three denier nylonr— mighty fine that is. These fibers and the yarns made from them are being put through all the paces that other natural and man-made fibers have been undergoing'. They're even being- mads-up into- a -wide- range of fabric constructions KOSSUTH MONTY ADVANCE WANT AD •All-0-ORAI JUST CLIF 1 IT OUT •-MAIL IT IN Write your complete ad in the space below ... one word only to be written in each space. Each initial and number is counted as one word. I CASH — 7e word In Monday ? Thursday Issues CREDIT— lOc word in Monday • Thursday Issues —— $1.00 Minimum Ad MAIL TO: KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE — Algona, Iowa MORE THAN ,6,000 FAMILIES READ THE KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE EACH WEEK WIRING Connected or Corrected UTT "JIM UTT" ELECTRIC Phone 295-222* oooooooooooooooeoeoeex Sale Of CCC Storage Bins And Equipment The Kossuth ASC County Committee, acting as agents for Commodity Credit Corporation, a corporation agency of the United States Department of Agriculture, is soliciting sealed bids on the following described property. ITEMS OFFERED FOR SALE LU VERNE BIN SITE: HOURTON BIN SITE: 7 Butler 11 Butler 7 Martin 2 Columbian 1 Columbian 2175 bu. cap. 3276 bu. cap. 3350 bu. cap. 3240 bu. cap. 2170 bu, cap. 1 Sioux 2 Butler 10 Edwards 6 Butler 2140 bu. cap. 2175 bu. cap. 3250 bu. cap. 3276 bu. cap. ALGONA BIN SITE: BURT BIN SITE: Above all, your wedding reflects you, down to the smallest detail. When choosing the bridal stationery for your wedding needs, let «mr services guide you. Advance Publishing Co, OP 18 Butler 1 Beatrice 5 Butler 6 Columbian 1 Butler 2740 bu. cap, 3250 bu. cap. 3276 bu. cap. 3240 bu. cap, 2740 bu. cap. (dismantled) 25 Quonset Aeration Units with 3 /« h,p, electric motor 1 Butler 11 Butler 5 Columbian 15 Butler 1 Beatrice 4 Martin 1 Butler 2175 bu. cap. 2740 bu. cap. 3240 bu, cap, 3276 bu. cap. 3250 bu. cap. 3350 bu. cap. 3350 bu. cap, INSPECTION: BIBS; The storage structures and equipment may bo inspected Monday May 9, 1966, between the hours of t;OQ a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Offers must bo submitted in sealed envelopes and sych envelopes MUST bear in the lower left hand corner tho notation: "00 NOT OPEN UNTIL PRESCRIBED TIME FOR INVITATION NO. 66-2." Offers delivered by hand mM«t be received tt tho address specified in the announcement not later than 3:00 p.m. Monday, May 9, 1966. Offers may be submitted on an offer Form obtained from the ASCS County Office. Offers submitted by mail must bo received not later than 3:00 p.m.. May 9, 1966. Telephone or telegraphic offers will not bo considorod. ALL grain storage structure* purchased under this Invitation must be dismantled and removed within 30 days after notice of award by the Contracting Officer, CCC, unless th« tuc- cessfyl bidder makes arrangement* acceptable both tt the landlord and CCC. Copies of the terms and conditions of tho tflf may be obtained from tho Kossuth County ASCS Office. The provision* of tho terms and coitions of the. sale shall become a part of the offer and upon acceptance shall constitute a valid and binding contract between the of ferer and CCC. P, OfflM MsMftr

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