Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1966 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 6, 1966
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SPORTS 2-ALGONA (f«wi) ADVANC6 MONOAY, JUNE 6, 1966 Bulldogs win two and stay unbeaten Algona high school stayed unbeaten and won its third lopsided baseball game of the summer season by drubbing Webster Ci* ty 12-0 in the opening North Central Conference ' game at Webster City Friday night. The Bulldogs have now put* scored three opponents 45-2- They meet Eagle Grove here on Tuesday night at 6:3.0 p.m. and then entertain Hampton in another North Central gahjte at 6:30 p.m. Friday. Bill Farnham continutd his torrid hitting with for the night and no\v has seven straight hits arfd is'7^or$fpr the season. Algona rapped out nine hits including doubles by Farnham, Dave Martin and Larry Scobba. Coach Keith Christie's crew scored five runs in the third, two in the fourth and sixth and three more in the seventh. Craig Espe went all the way for Algd- na, allowing just one hit and striking out 14, while walking seven.' " •.•"••• •"•••-.R H E Algona 12 9 0 Webster City 016 Algona high school won-its second game in two starts in a rout over Burt at Burt Thursday night, 19-0. The game was called after five innings: r The Bulldogs scor.e.d in, every inning and 'got five runs in the first, third and fifth frames. Leading the -attack was , Bill Farnham -with three, hits in three bats including a home run. Rog Meyer, Tom Claude and Dave Martin got doubles in the 10-hit Algona barrage. Craig Espe scored five of the Algona runs, Larry Scobba went four innings and gave up only one hit, a leadoff single to Black in the fourth. He hit the next batsman but a double play got him put of the jam 'without damage. Dave Martin pitched the final inning and'walked two men but a double play saved him also. ALGONA 09) •b Martin, c. ______: 5 EJspe,"lf ; _______: 2 Claude, 2b. _•__ 1 Meyer. 3b. __ 1 teeter, s's. —11 3 Bill Farnham, Ib. ___ 3 Gary Barr. cf. 1 Bpldridge, rf. 3 Scobba, p.._'_ 3 Roger Barr, 2b. ____ 0 Pederson, phM.__ 0 Hagen, ph. _____ 0 Jones, Ib. 1 Bob Farnham, rf. ___ 1 TOTALS _______ 24 BURT (0) -b Black, ss. 2 Patterson, If. ___. 1 Lovstad, 2b: 2 Cunningham, Ib. ... 2 Ortmah; c. __-—___ 2 Lavrenz, cf. 1 Ruhnke, rf. 2 Bristow, p. . 1 TOTALS 14 r 1 5 3 3 1 3 0 1 1 1 0 o o 0 19 r 0 0 b o o o o o 0 10 Cheerleaders selected at New cheerleaders were selected for the 1966 football season for Sentral high school. They are Carrie Hauton, Dawn Eldridge, Delana Votteler, Pain Kauffman, Candace Vaudt and Paula Weiner. Scort by Inning* Algona 535 15—19 Burt — 000 00— 0 even year at 3-3 with Thursday win Garrigan high school evened its summer baseball mark at 3-3 here Thursday- night as Bill Milder twirled 'a nifty no-hitjter aiid the Bears do^^T^FpreSt City high 'school, 6-1 on the Bear diamond! Milder struck put eight and walked five in tossing the hitless game. His mates belted out eight hits apd scpred two ..runs in the first and four in the third. Forest City, got its only rAin in the top of the seventh on a walk and an error. Denny Long scored the first Garrigan run when he walked to open the Garrigan first and then came around on Joe Becker's double. Becker was;thrown out at home shortly after trying to score on a passed ball but singles by Reding and Salz accounted for a second tally in the frame. If any icing was needed, Garrigan added it'iti the" third by scoring four. Reding walked to open the inning. Dick Muller got on on an error and then Mike Lickteig singled hpine Reding. Wagner walked! to load the sacks and Chuck . Geilenfeld cleaned them with a double to score three more. Garrigan met Clarion there on Saturday and then tackles Eagle Grove there Monday at 8 p.m.; West Bend there Tuesday at 8 p.m.;; and Clear Lake here Wednesday at 8 p.m. GARRIGAN (6) «b r h Long, 2b. 31 0 Becker, cf. 301 Reding, ss. 221 Mulle-r, Ib. 411 Sal?, rf. 301 Lickteig, If 3 1 1 Wagner, c. 210 Geilenfeld, 3b. 2 0 Milder, p. 3 0 Courtney, ph. 1 0 TOTALS 36 6 gona is third with 530 points, Don Baas of Algona is 19th with 90 points as is Les Wildin, Placing. 3. 1st with 10 points is Mar^y Dailey of ; Armstrdng. ' * ^ Edglngton wins ; -. (/-. . ... feature race in stock cars Jim Edgington of Algona drove off with top honors in the second Friday night races at the Kossuth fairgrpunds. Other local drivers turning in good showings were Les Frieden, Gene Schattschneider and Don Hilbert. There were 19 cars competing. Doug Ford of Kinpsley, Iowa won the free $25 savings bond given away by the Security State Bank. Results of races: First Heat — Hilbert, Algona, 1st; Trustep, Creston, 2nd; City, 3rd; Edgington, 1st; Schattschneider, 2nd; Frieden, West Anderson, Mason Hobbs, Alta, 4th. Second Heat — Aleona, Algona, Bend, 3rd; Doocy, Bancroft, 4th. Trophy Edgington, 1st; FOREST CITY (1) •* Tanrwhin, c. ------- ? Heeren, 2b. -------- 3 Thorn*?, cf. -------- 3 FeUw4, m ------- 4 J. Anderson, If. ---- g SehmMt, sj. -------- 3 Davis, rf. ---------- 1 H^ugen, Ib. -------- 3 T. Anderson, p. ---- 3 Branson, pji. ------- o ?4 r o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 Flvi tint drfvtrt w»r top Five area stock car drivei's are listed in the top 20 in the Jackson, Minn. Speedway ijtand/ ings as of Saturday,' Sfay 28,. Leo Christensen of West Bend is second behind Ja,ck ell of Wabasson, Mpq. with 54P points. Jim Ed^ngton of Al- Schattschneider, 2nd; Frieden 3rd; Hilbert, 4th. "B" Feature — Hill, Clarion, 1st; Richard Simpson, Wesley 2nd. ALCW of St. Johns Lutheran Church pf Depew met Thursday. Mrs. Gerald Cody and Mrs. AT- den Twaiten had the program which featured the "Cradle Roll". Pastor Johnson gave the lesson on Ascension land Pentecost. A skit telling about the national convention to be held in Portland, Ore., July 6-7-8 was given by Mrs. Art Juhl and Mrs! Oliver Johnson. Hostesses were Mrs. John Firinestad, Mrs. Arden Twaiten and Mrs.' Tliel- man Nelson. Guests of the William Wieners Monday for James* graduation were the William Weiners, Temple City, Calif., Bruce Iver sons, Worthington, Minn., Sh> dey Ellefsons, Bancroft, Penny Story, Dickens, the Johnny Sinns, Spirit Lake, Denny Kinsey, St. James, Gary Lind and Karen Lbrschen,' Estherville and Bob Godferspn, Armstrong, the Dale Voigts, Derwood Voigts, CUfford Douglases, Mrs. Opal Root and Eryin, Paul Holtz and Kay Weiner, Cylinder, and the Donald Hainzingers. -Tuesday evening the Weiners attended a reception at the K P Hall in Emmetsburg for the Kriud son family. Monday guests of the Williard Menzses for Brian's graduation were the Frank McFalls Wendel Rusches, Clarence Menzes, John Rugers, Cheryln Ker ber, the Marold Schleis, Allen Hall, the Roy Chrischilleses Marilyn Johnson, Kay Weiner and Paul Holtz. Sunday guests of the Scott DeSarts for Duane's graduation were Mrs. Robert Hungate, Lake City, the Ray Hawks family, Lake View, the Victor Barg- mans, Rodman, Frank Bauder, Lake City, and the Donald De Sarts, Blue Earth. Monday giicr sts were the Ernie Meyers, Whittemore, James Sqhns, Blue Earth,: .Harold Swansons^s Siwew City, Harlan Kramers, Ringsted, Mrs. Lillian Buckmier and Charleen, Fairmont ", Mrs. Henr ietta Thompson and Rose, >wea City, Susie Bargman, Bufalo Center, Daryl DeSart, Des koines, Mrs. Ron Davies fami- y, Ankeny, Mrs. Donald DeSart amily, Blue Earth, the Harry laases, Mrs. Marion Stucki, the Jeorge Mienkes and Don Wiliams, Newton. Guests of the Edwin Uthofs or Dennis' graduation were lenry Uthof, Des Moines, Paul Cornelius, the Rev. Rex Spicers, Ed Mitchell, the Ray ythofs, lien Flints, Lloyd Corneliuses, Iraettinger, Duane Corneliuses, Armstrong, Cheryl Berkland Mrs. Lorraine Berkland, the Ervin Borchardts, James Bier- stedts, and Bob Mitchells. Guests at Wilfred Laab's for Dennis's graduation were the James Bishops, Marion Reeses and Clifford Bishop, Laurens Mrs. Gladys Searcy, Ruthven, he Dick Vaders, Rolfe, Free Laabses, Wayne Borkes, St Ansgar, Clifford Haases, Algona, LeRoy Wolfs and Mrs. Vir- jil Wolf, Bancroft, the Arnolt Laabses, George Mienkes, Lloyc Nielsens, Webb, the Delond Bol tes, Cylinder, Fred Mortensens Amanda Schutt, Mary Ann Ost winkle, the James Laabses and Bernard Laabses, Armstrong. The William Weiner family Temple City, Calif., have beei ' 1 1\ Gradti&tes JUDITH ANN Kearney, Britt, graduated from St. Joseph Merly school .of nursing at Mason City, June 4th. She is .the .daughter of Mrs. .Cliff Moldenhauer, former Algerians the Humboldt treasurer's office] and he is employed with the Anderson carpenter ferpv. They will be rrtaffieddn ,St^Josepi» ; g driUfch Jiifje 18* at 10:30 AM. Sfe wjll be gft$h a.pf^rmptttl shQ^er,Sunday, in sjt. Joseph school hall. TO WED JUNE 11 Banns of marriage were published for the second time: in St. Joseph's church Sunday for Thomas Bormann, son .of the John Bormanns, St. Joe, and Joyce Joan Montag, djbugprter of the l>eo Fl Morilagsj West Bend. A June 11 wedding is planned iit % Peter and Paul's Catholic church in West Bend, "A" Feature — 1st; Frieden, 2nd; Edgington, Schnattsch- neider, 3rd; Hilbert, 4th. Wading pool OjNnt today The wading pool at the old athletic park will open for the season Monday, June 6, it was announced this week by Madon na Skogstrom. Age limit is up to 9 years and it will be oper from 1 until 5 p.m. It was also announced tha 1 the city Arts and Crafts pro gram, will begin Mondav. June 20, under the leadership oi Elaine Bruch a,nd Judi Parrott assisted by the Girl Spouts. The program will be held a the high §chool gym. Pupils wil be expected to use the south-as entrance. This year's age lirin is 3-9 years ^nd hours will jje from 9 until 11:15 a.m. ever; week day for six weeks. Therl is a fee of 5x5 per day. Ne«J Printing? ATTHIADVANCi pending several days with the William Weiners, Fen ton. Many friends and relatives of the W. Laages were guests Sun day for Unneas's graduation Tuesday callers were the Hans Wilbergs, Mrs. J. M. Peterson Mrs. Erie Reid, Estherville, Edi the Schwartz, and the Jake Sch wartzes. BwHil IwM at Bryan! Sunday A Voice and Piano Recital was held Sunday at the Bryan school. Those participating were Kathy Taylor, Beth Davies, Ow en Davies, Cindy Alt, Janice Farrow, Kim Christie, Qraij Mawdsley, Teri Herbst, Robert Black, Candy Puffer, Scot Dodds, Debbie Bennett, Bamona Deal, Kathy Andersen, Kaihj Piekmann, Connie Diekniann Becky Pevuie, Kathy Andrea sen, Steve Willrett and Jkxnni WiUrett, piano; Tim (Jlarfc Wn da RuhJtike, Phil Taylor, Br* Kraft and Jtewi Taylor, vocal Graduates at St. Joe honored at reception St. Joe — High school and grade school graduates of St. Joseph's parish attended Mass in a body in St. Joseph's church May 29 at 8 o'clock. The high school graduates dressed in caps and gowns jyiere Florence McGuire, John Schneider, Marion Kohlhaas, Carol Freilinger, Ronald Kohl: haas, Marilyn Kellnef, Delores Zeimet, Vicki McGuire, RPnald Friders, Mike Kenne, Eldon Erpelding, Kenneth Erpelding, Sh aron Reding, Phyllis Illg,'Lenp> ra. Hilbert, James Schiltz and Virginia Thul. Eighth grade duates are Mildred Thul, Sandy Wagner, Judy Kpllasch, Jean Reding, Jane Reding, Joan Reding, Barbara Geischecker, da Reding, Michelle Thilges, Mary Margaret Berte, Suzanne Reding, Wm. Reding, Donald Zeimet, Jerome Zeimet, David Salz, Glenn Kellner, James Illg, Jerome Kohlhaas, Robert Me Guire, David Bormann and Merrill Bormann. The annual May Crowning was held before the mass witl Barbara Geischecker placing he crown on the Blessejc itatue. Judy Kollasch he wreath with the other hiem- lers of the eighth grade class s attendants. '% Eldon, son of the Paul Erpel- dirigs, Ronald, son of the Marin Friderses, Sheila, daughter of the Edmund Frideres, Richard, son of the Clarence Fri- terses, Garrigan graduates, and Sugene Bormann, son of the Aired Bormanns, graduate of St. John's high school, Bancroft, were given an after graduation reception with the parents as losts. Attending from a distance were the Mike Stoffels, Wilmer, Vlirai.; Ray Bartners, Mapleton, Minn.; Frank Burckas, Mason Cftty; Mrs. Anna Bormann, Alta Vista; JoAnn Erpelding, Des Vloines; and Nancy Beck and Dorothy Derrington, Rockford, 111. Also guests were from Burt, Bancroft, Algona, St. Benedict, St. Joe, and Whittemore. The Henry Luedtkes and Johnny' Schneider family, Mon,- tevido, Minn., and Jimmy Sch; reiner family, Watkins, Minn, were weekend guests at Wilfred Schneider's and attended graduation at Garrigan Sunday. Florence, daughter of the M. T. McGuires, Vicki, daughter of the Bill McGuires, and Janet, daughter of the Don McGuires, Sunday following graduation at Garrigan were given a reception at the VFW hall in Algona, The Eugene Thuls Sunday had a graduation reception for their daughter Virginia, Garriy gan. She is employed as 3 nur. se's aid at Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge. Lenora, daughter of the Ted Nnd AT THE SUMMER SCHEDULE Masses in St. Joseph's church during the Summer months will be at 7:30 and 9:30 a.m. Week day masses are at 7:30, with, the first Friday of the month also an evening mass at 8 o'clock. The Jim Capesiuses have a daughter born May/29 at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. This makes two girls and two' boys in the family. The Lorenz Bormanns are maternal grandparents. Carol Erpelding, Denver, Colo., nurse, is spending this week with her parents, the Francis Erpeldings. She came for the graduation of her brother Kenneth from Garrigan. Another brother Jim Erpelding, Dubuque, also is home from school for the summer. Ray Erpelding, who attends St. John's College. Collegeville,, Minn., is expected home.' " : " ^ ; •' '' •.'•' '•'•.'.;';'•' '• The George Hams, Ames, spent the Memorial weekend with Mrs. Ham's parents, the Ed Bor manns. Marion, daughter of the Ray mond Kohlhaases, Garrigan, Monday was given a reception at her home. The Harold Redings and grandson Jeff Reding spent the weekend at their daughter, the Dale Chicoines, Jefferson, S.D. The Jim Doakes and Nita Sue, Ogden, and Bert Ramuses, Lu Verne, were callers Memorial day at George Wagner's and with other friends and acquaintances. The Doakes formerly lived here. Mrs. Robert J. Le Mont gave the Ottosen Progressive Study club awards. Herman Plathe entered St. Ann's hospital' in Algona, Sunday afternoon as a medical patient. ?4 J*ur§}ji'jHiarvjn' Vi yj,c*^ I^M^UCU Monday from St. Ann hospital in Algona where she had been a medical patient several days. Donna' Kayser was a visitor here with her maternal grandparents, the Tony Beckers and other relatives and friends. Donna, daughter of the Albin Kaysers, Bancroft, was on vacation froiji St. Mary's School of Nursing, Rochester, Minn., and Monday started on her second year of training. The Kaysers formerly lived here. Mrs. Mary Kayser, Algona, is Donna's paternal grandmother. The Connie Kunkels and Mrs. N. J. Weydert from here and Mrs. Florence Faber and daughter Cindy, Burt, spent Sunday at Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque, with Gloria Faber and Sister M. laSallette O.S.F. and other acquaintances. Gloria, a postulant at Mt. St. Francis, is for her - , tion was hejd |j duation. Marilyii her sister and friends to Cedar Rapids Where she mettt at Collins MISS LUVERNE Norma Heinen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heinen, LuVerae, is LuVerne Community School's choice for Miss North Iowa at the Band Festival. A senior, she plays baritone in the concert, pep and marching bands. She has a Division I rating for baritone solo and plays trombone in the stage band. She was in the class play, basketball and has a Division I rating in speech. Her father is a farmer. Hilberts, of Garrigan, was given a reception at her home Sunday. TROJANS MEET St. Joe Troians 4-H club met at Lenora Hubert's. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Steve Berte. Marvin Kohlhaas and Mike Berte were selected to attend camp. Club tour will be at 2:30 p.m. June 23 at Tonj McGuire's. Allan Kohlhaas and Donald Erpelding are junior demonstration tegm, and Kenneth Erpelding and Richard Berte senior demonstration team. The 4-H pledge was led by Allan Kohlhaas. Lunch was served by Mrs. Ted Hilbert. Marvin Kohlhaas is reporter. WILIr |E MARRIED Banns of marriage were pwjs- in St. Joseph's church here for tlie first timp for Gladys Ttojl, dMgMer of tfee T^ipls, ajad Russell p. son of the Adolph Ringsted. She is employed the daughter of Mrs, Faber and a sister of Mrs. Kunkel. Mrs. Faber and Sr. M. LaSallette are sisters. Florian Faber returned Tuesday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where he had been a medical patient two weeks. Janet Reding is spending this week at her sister the Dale Chi- coines, Jefferson, S.D, Janet, daughter of the Harold Redings, is leaving the first part of June for Colorado Springs where she plans to spend the summer. The Joe Sinnwells and Ted Gardner attended funeral servir ces for « brother-in-law, 0, H. Lensing, 63, in the Immaculate Conception Catholic church in Charles City Friday. Mr. Lensing is survived by his wife and two sons. Mrs. Lensing is a sister of Mrs. Sinnwell and Mr. Gardner. Ted Gardner, 61, brother of Mrs. Joe Sinnwell is a medical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge and has been seriously ill. Mr. Gardner formerly from Los Angeles, Calif., has been here in the Sinnwell home the past month convalescing from heart surgery in December in California. Mrs. Cl3ren.ce Bprmanu, had the Farmerette 5QQ club Wednesday evening witti Mrs, Irene Bormann and Mrs. Raymond ^ohlhji^s gu^tS. Receiy% prizes were, Mr? Ray Tbijgef m Art Kohlhaas ana Mrs. Marvin Red Cross to start training course June 13 The ;Kossuth County Red Cross Chapter reports that a WSI Aide training Course is scheduled to begin on the morning of June 13, at 9:00 a.m. at the Algona Pool under the able instruction of WSI Lynn Dole. This intensive 15-hour course will be held at the same time each morning for one week and there will be no charge for the instruction. All those in the county who are interested and have passed their Junior and Senior Life Saving requirements are eligible for this fine opportunity. It pro* vides excellent preparation, for those planning to get then* WSI qualifications later, as ample opportunity is given to do volunteer teaching to the many beginners at each pool through the summer. Mrs. Bickert of the local Red Dross Chapter, asks that all registrations be made through the EtodjQross) office, located above the S&L Store in Algona. The office is open, every afternoon during the week from 1:00 to 4:00; or she may be contacted by calling 295-2805. These registrations should be completed as soon as possible in order that the necessary materials can be obtained for the class. Algonannew graduate of highway patrol John R. Gilbert, Algona, was one of 64 sworn in. as members of the Iowa Highway Patrol by Theodore Garfield, chief justice of the lowja ^upreme Court- The new officers bring the strength of the highway patrol to its authorized strength of 400. The new patrolmen will be placed on duty in time to assist the motorists and enforce the law during the peak vacation travel season. Each new man is on probation for one year and will work with a veteran officer several months before being assigned to a patrol car. Mr. Gilbert is 22, a graduate of Algona high, and was in the Air Force four years. He has been assigned to Waterloo. iMmftliri is faMaterfM Bancrtft — Mary Clark, ghter of Mr. and Mr§, Harold Clark, former owners ,of the Bancroft Register, was named salutatorian of the senior class at St. Benedict's high school at St. Joseph, Minn. Graduation ceremonies were held May 29 and Mary plans to attend the University of Iowa next fall, majoring in political science. Awards made at Ottosen for grade pupils Ottoten — Eighth graders pf the Twin Rivers elementary sc hopl at Ottosen wrote a play "Nine down and four to go,' which was given Monday morn ing. Beth McCaleb is the speech I •'*. . v* • • v • way to jump" fopa, while sy were in the lowef 'Ctaffe®! e oilier grades arid ythe par^ of the eighth graders were riVSted for the presentation. Awards were given: C<*Uter- •ation booklet, Steve Wefldt, first, sixth, grade, Leslie Olson and Mark Olson, honorable mention. ; Marlys Rossing, 7th , grade, trst, Debra Schulta artd/Krisrie Mithiason, honorable mention ' Jeanne Pflibsen, 8th grade, Tommy Jacobson and Di- teacher. The play brought out events in each grade and there was even an argument as to the pro- ane Olson, honorable mention. Steve Wendt's award was a knife and the two girls each received an "Iowa" spoon. The winners were Vickie King and Bruce Bakken, sixth grade; Krissie Mathiason and Randall Thompson, seventh grade; and Jeanne Pflibsen and Norman Zeman, eighth grade. David, son of the Charles Wetters, was graduated from the West Bend high school Monday. Guests at his home were Mrs. I^^-': ; ^drsen;-.<aiira, Herman and Omer; Mr& Albert Thprsen, Mrs. Ed Welter, Ionia; Chris Sinclair, Connie Christiansen and Joan Madsen, and Mrs. Anna Welter, Uvermore; Richard Welter and Mrs. Hen- ry'Welter, Bode; the Henry Mertzes, Wesley, and Delbert Simmonses, • West Bend; The Percy Watnems.attended graduation at West Bend Monday and,were guests; at Ed Nes- Why wait parents ? Reding. the M,rs, Martin p$|#i. fto"» 3 ~im Oar" i Protsct your child against Polio and NUnUs NOW! ft SEE YOUR DOCTOR FOR BOOSTER SHOTS THIS SUMMER! This advertisement sponsored in the interest of public health by ZETI XI SORORITY Algona, Iowa ATTENTION FARMERS We're cleaning and inoculating soybean seed now. Bring yours in. We still have a limited supply of N-K Hybrid Seed Corn SM us right away if you think you will need more seed corn. St. Joe Mrs, Sylvester Wagner Eev. GeraW M. Fisch,, Sacred I4vermpre, wqs speaker at the annual 5|o^ banquet Thursday, June 2. Mrs. David Gwire preside4 with Mjs. N. J. Weydert, Grand Regent, giving the welcome. The tribute t'P Mothers was by Sandy Wagner with response by Mrs. Adeline Wagner. Songs were by Vicki McGuire and Jane, Jean and Joan Reding. Cyrill "Kellner returned from St. Joseph's Mercy hpspitaj, Fort Dodge, where he, h&d been a. medical patient Since Sunday. »nd her roomwtes, *nd Ch^rlene Mj& Cedar spent tfie Menjori*! with eats, attended graduation at We can supply your needs in all popular varieties certified & non-certified soybean seed We are now taking orders for AMSOY Soybeans for 1967 planting MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this week at vour Co-op Elevator DRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn ------- j n 1,14 No. 2 Whit, O.t. (38 Ibs.) in .« HO. 1 Soybeans ----------- _ put oVt 118 J* Whittemore Co-op. 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