Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1966 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1966
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•V^ALOONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1966 St. John's here on no- i; St. John's of Bancroft hand «i Garrigan, high School its third straight defeat here Tuesday night as the Johnnies' Dick biers pitched a no-hitter and his mates won, 2-0. The.game was the second state powling defeated St. John's li| the sub-state finals last Vlfcek. Ledyard edged St. John's 4-3 last Saturday. 1 Diers was brilliant as he held the Bears without a hit and no than got past first base. He walked three and struck out 10. Bill Milder for the Bears also pitched a fine game. The Johnnies scored both of their runs after two were out in the second. Ani error, a walk and a passed ball put men on second and third and then Torn Nemmers stroked a single to score them both. The other Bancroft hit was a double by Steve Vaske in the third inning. Milder struck out eight and walked four. ; 'Garrigan is now idle until it meets Forest City here Thursday, June 2, at 8 p.m. ;•.••• R HE Bancroft __,_ 2 20. Garrigan -,-i___^I__ o 0 i Garrigan high school won one and lost two in three games but walks and" efforg wtfg costly. Milder is How 14 for the year as is Potthoff. Teeter, Martin in meet played last weekend. The Bears entered this week with a 2-2 record. Coach Duane Kramer's club won their second in a row Thursday by edging Graettin- gen 4-2 at Graettinger. Don Potthoff went all the way to post the win. , The Bears banged out seven hits and committed two errors while the home club got only two hits off Potthoff and made' one bobble. Dick Mueller stroked two hits and had one run batted in. Bill Reding scored two runs with, a single and Dick Bleich had a double in the contest. But then the Bears lost a doubleheader Saturday at Mason City to Newman, 2-0 and 7-1. Potthoff lost the first game although he gave up only one hit and that didn't figure in the scoring.. : . The home club caoitalized oh three Garrigan errors and two walks to score their runs. Dick Salz bagged two of the four Garrigan hits. Bill Milder took the loss in the second game with Reding mopping up the final 2 1/3 innings. Again, Garrigan outhit the winners, this time 4 to 3, FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS PRESENTS STOCK CAR RACES EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT 9 P.M. Rain Postponement — Races Will Be Held Following Friday Night FEATURING 1' The Midwest's 'Newest' and fastest 1 1/2 Mile High Banked Race Track MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS FAIRMONT, MINN. Algona high school picked up just 10 points and finished- last in the Northi Central Conference track meet held Wednesday at Clarion. It had been delayed from the previous Saturday by bad weather. Webster City was a surprise winner , of the meet with 74 points while Eagle Grove had SSVa, Humboldt 50, Clear Lake 34, Hampton 27, Clarion 23V2, Iowa Falls 13 and Algona 10. Only Algona points were scor eel by Dave Martin with a second in the 100-yard dash, Dale Teeter with a second in the 880 and fourth in the 440. \ A record held jointly by Algona's Jerry Cowan and Dumphy of Humboldt was tied in the high jump when Mokelbust of Eagle Grove went 5*11". ' TEETER FOURTH IN 880 RUN i Dale Teeter placed fourth in the 880-yard run in the state Class A track meet at Eagle Grove Saturday, He turned in a time of 2:01.8 in the event and earned two points for the Bulldogs. He did not place in the 440-yard run nor did Dave McCarthy of Garrigan in the high junmp. : ; Stack car racing begins here Friday Stock car racing will open at the Kossuth County Fairgrounds Friday night with the first of 11 summer races scheduled to begin at 8:30 p.m. Warm-ups will be at 8 p.m. Dwight Cook, owner of the Kossuth County Speedways,' reports a field of 39 drivers have registered cars for the races, and they are listed in an advertisement • elsewhere in the Advance. A number of area drivers are included. Cook has also, lowered the admission price to just,$l for adults so the races should be more popular than : ever this year. OoKon last ; in state nmt The Algona high school golf team finished last iti a field of 16 Glass "A" teams iti the state meet held at Carroll last Satufc The Bulldog^ had a score of 350 with winning Cherokee toni- piling a score of 313. Algona individual scoring included Gregg Buchanan 82, Dan Mcrryman 85. Brad Kraft 89 and Phil Taylor 94. After The Stock Car Races... ENJOY THE MUSIC OF THE TITRATIONS Friday, May 27 DANCING STARTS AT 9:00 P.M.! THE PINE R HOTEL ALQONA III EEP COOL! AIR CONDITIONING SEASON IS HERE Dan's Garage will fill your needs in service and custom installations for lower prices than ever! Custom installation starting at $249.00 — Complete units installed, DEALER IN ALQONA FOR: Mirk IV Olardy • Artie-Kir "ASK FOB JERRY" DAU'S GARAGE South Podge ALGONA, 3954144 Local pool to open on June 5th Season ticket sale for the Algona Swimming Pool will go on sale' Monday, May 30, it was announced this week by Manager Beanie Cooper. . Ticket sale will be from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. next Monday and Tuesday and until 8 p.m. next Wednesday, June 1. Pre-season ticket prices are $3.50, children under 12; $4.50, 12 years through 16; $5.50 17 years and over. Family ticket prices are $18.00. Regular prices, after the pre-season sale will be $4, $5, $6 and $20 respectively. General admission during the year will be 25c for children under 12 and 50c for all those over 12. The swimming lessons are included with the price of the sea son ticket and those children or adults who wish to take the les-. sons and do not have a season ticket are charged for the lessons. The lifeguards this year will be Pamela Henderson, Mary Ann Erpelding, Bill Bartlett, John Schuttef. Jim Johnson and Doug Barr.. The pool will again sponsor an Algona swimming team and information on this will come out at a later date. Pool hours will be 2 p.m. .to 9:30 p.m. continuously seven days a week. The pool will open Sunday, June 5. ' Starting Wednesday, June 15, family night will be held every Wednesday from 6 p.m. on. On- these nights no high school age boy or girl or under may come, swimming .unless they are. acj conipariied 'by their parents. , j All parents are encouraged to, use this night for a good healthy, family recreation evening. The! adult swimming lesson program will be held in conjunction with; this evening starting June 22nd.; More information on this pro-; gram will be released at a later, date. i Graduates Karen Harcey, Algona, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Harcey, will receive a bachelor of science degree in secondary education at Wisconsin State University at LaCrosse. Closing events this week at Titonka school ' Titonka — Baccalaureate for the Senior class was held Suhr day at the school auditorium. Rev. John Janssen gave the invocation and benediction. The sermon was by Rev. A. T. Gersitman who spoke on "God's Vision For Your Life." There were 42 receiving diplomas at commencement Moil- day at Titonka school auditorium. Allan Janssen, valedictorian, introduced the speaker, Walter L. Hetzel, superintendent at Ames school. Supt. Geo. L. Roberts presented the class, and president of the School Board, Harold Ging- grich presented diplomas to Roger Akkerman, Dale Bartelt, Ruth Beed, John Boeckholt, Nola Boekelman, Robert Bolenus, Brenda Brandt, Linda Budlong, Jane Buffington, Brenda Eden, Joyce Giesking, Roger Gigler, Jeanne Gingrich. Le Aim Ojit'grldtr&ftt ck, Thefese Hamilton, Rogfef Harms, Sharon Harms, Maxine Huisihga, Bonita Isebrand, &< mes Isebrand, Michael Isebrand, piftna IsfcbfaWd, Ted Isebrand, Allan Janssen, Phillip Jarcn, Jr., THOrtias KafdoeSj Vaughn Krb' minga, Iris Michaelson, Beverly Miller, Thelma, Mjlleiv Arlys Pannkuk, George Pommer, Darlene Post, Dennis RSfdal, DonV na Rafdal,'Phyllis Sachau, Doti- glas Schutjer, Charlotte Seebeck, Carole Smidt, David Spe- at, Virginia Stecker. Carole Smidt was salutatdr- ian. v HAVE AWARDS NIGHT Eighth grade promotion and Awards night were held May 17 at the school. There were 56 who received promotion certificates front Supt. Geo. Roberts. They are Linda Akkerman, Virginia Beed, David Beenken, Joyce Boekelman, Karl Boykeii, Martha Boyken, James Carlson, Marvin Carlson, Ladonna Culbertson. Gerald Dreesman, ; Beth En* gelbarts, Sherman Fin^r, Terry Gatton, Walter Gatton, Jerry Gieskiog, Patricia Gigler, Wendall Gray. Marvin Haack, Terry Haines, Michael. Hansen, Cindy Harms, Irvin Harms, Steven Heyer, Patrick Higgins, Nancy Hilbert. Darwin Hill, Barbara Hodson, Ted Roover, Marilyn Hopkes, Patricia Isebrand, Verdelle Janes, Cheryl Jaren, Charles Lar-. sen, Gary Ludwig, Jerold Mar-; tinek,. Donna Mayland, Marcia Michaelson, Timothy Miller. Bill Parcel, Allen Peterson, Joyce Plasier, Marilyn Post, Garvin Rafdal, Arlys Redenius, Gayle Ricklefs, Merle Ricklefs, David Rurup, Judy Schmidt. Timothy Schmidt, Vickie Schra der, Dennis Schutjer, Roger Spear, Janyce Struthers, Naomi Thomas, Lanny Thacker, Thomr as Trunkhill. A tie for 8th grade honor student was between Gayle Ricklefs and Janyce Struthers. The senior class poem was read by Phyllis Sachau; Byron Henn gave 9th grade awards. Brenda Brandt read the senior class will; Loren Englund gave 10th grade awards. Donald Sparks gave llth grade awards. The senior class prophecy was read by Charlotte Seebeck. Twelfth grade awards were Mrs. Edwafd ftfS' Td ndt. and ng" Schola ships Mrefe 'Ai'p PafiflKUk, Al Ian Jahsseti, 6aw)l Haack, Car ole Sniidt,'Brend« Brandt, Dale Bartelt SHd Lihdli Thet*at Murpliys will go td Omaha oft FfidSr |f«- && grad< uation of their daughter Juciy. &e will haye cdtnpleted ! four yeajcs,. at Duschene college. She will teSch in District 66 in^ Omaha itt September, e«»eeeee»»»eeee» SEASON OPENING STOCK CAR RACE KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY (FAIRGROUNDS — ALGONA) WILL BE HELD FRIDAY NIGHT MM 27 THRILLS — CHILLS — SPILLS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT WARM-UPS — 8 PJM. RACES — 8:30 P.M. ADULTS -ONLY $1 Children Under 12 Free With Parents SCHULTZ BROS. 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FUNK i !fJIPUIfR£ w IlwWllil£ Phone 5 3234 Algona SPRING SALES SPREE r I I I I I I Yes, our big SPRING SALES SPREE ends Tuesday, M«y 31 . . . just four more days left for you to take advantage of EXTRA SPECIAL TRADE-IN VALUES ON YOUR OLD USED CAR. You'll he surprised at hew little you can buy a new 1964 Chevrolet for right now, And our selection of new cars is terrific . . . in stock now, awajting your selection, ire Chevrolets, Che- velles, Caprices, Monies, Chevy It's and lots of new trucks . . . we've got two-doors, four doors, station wagons end hardtops — Bel Airs and Impales. Better stop in this weekend end drive out with a new car for the long holiday weekend. 6 FREE Dinners at Charlie's Supper Club with Each New Car Sold! Not 2 not 4 - bit SIX FREE DINNERS AT ONAMJE'S SUPPER OtUB win to tfy. m to Nch pwchmr ef a MW car or track during Hit spttW ttk Rcewaiicr, II Mis TNtfay. Hay 31 • I I I I I I • ii 9nv* mvvviifi wfjf mi *" KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 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