Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1966 · Page 6
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s win Meet Hampton here Friday in loop tilt Algona high school remained Unbeaten, took their second straight conference game and their fourth in a row with a 5-2 Victory over Eagle Grove here Tuesday evening; The Bulldogs meet Hampton here Friday at 6:30 p.m. In • NC game and then travel to Clear Lake Tuesday, June 14 for another conference outing. Craig Espe won his third game allowing just thr.e.e hits.;Algona got all of its runs in the second and third innings,,.and all'of its- hits as well. fl\>-'^ Rog Meyer belitedVa single ito open the frame 'arid after Bill Farnham walked, Bill Bbldridge delivered a single. A walk to Larry Scobba and Dave Martin's run scoring single finished-'the frame. Algona got two more in the third on Dale Teeter's single, a walk to Meyer and a succession, of passed balls. ESPE held Eagle Grove hitless until the sixth when a double by pitcher Notestine accounted for a run and a single by Salmon and a double later in the 7th got another. Espe struck out nine and walked only one man. ALGONA (5) ab Martin 2 Jones 0 Espe •__ L 3 Teeter 3 Meyer 2 Farnham 2 Boldridge 3 G, Barr 3 Scobba ___-., 2 R. Barr 2 TOTALS— 22 ,r"« I /** tf^/fjil r inn and Griffith r o; 6 o i 2 1: 0 1 0 0 ••5-.? begin Wednesday at d.ai.hi. .uti< da? the direction, of Art Olson. There will be a progfam of Var* ied recreational activities five days a weak weather psrrnitting at the Lucia Wallace school playground. Three girl's sortba.ll. leagues will begin play next weak also with. Bill Studer heading up this program. All activities are un* der the sponsorship of the City of Algona Rocreation Cohimiis- sion. Schedules for pair of games, now 4-4 MAYOR BILL. FINN (right) of Algona is shown visiting with Minneapolis Twin owner Cal Griffith at a St; Paul Sports Day luncheon last Thursday. The event is for Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa mayors and their hometown newspaper and radio men Finn also was on, the Randy Merryman "Fan in the Stands" prior to the Detroit-Minnesota game. Also attending with Finn were Julie Chrischilles, Don Smith and Lynn Anderson representing local press and radio. • : • Slimmer recreation program starts Bear fresh-sophs win Monday Garrigan high school's fresh soph : baseball team opened ~its season with a 6r5 victory over Eagle Grove there Monday. Jim Lallier sparked the win with a two-run homer while Tom Black was the winning Bear pitcher., gue season will be tonight (Thu- A four-point athletic program fpir ; ,-Algona youngsters will begin next week with the opening of Little League activity plus the morning playground and golf instruction sessions. A kickoff for the Little Lea- What does LP-Gas do for the Dairy Farmer ? It is a wonderful and portable source of energy for use wherever heat and power are required, it helps you do jobs like these economically and with less effort. • Heat Water for Milking Parlors and Stock Tanks • Prying Hay • Heating Barm a) Lighting Farmt A) Operating Milk Can Sterilizers, Trucks, Tractors, and Stationary Engines Because it is liquified gas, it is delivered a 1 needed in bulk or in tanks, for uninterrupt ed dependable safe service on the Farn and also in the Farm Home. rsday) at 7:30 p.m. at the high school athletic diamond with Keith Christie in charge.- He wil r use his high school baseball team to outline fundamentals o,' )atting, throwing, fielding and base running. This clinic will ba followed by a brief meeting for coaches and managers. Game schedules will be released and rules outlined. All players arid coaches are invited to attend. The Little League season for Algona begins next Monday night with .four games. ':'.",," Beginning next Tuesday,; June 14, golf instructions will be given from 9 a.m. until noon at the new high school athletic field. The group will m,eet Tuesdays, Wednesdays and. Thursdays until mid-August. The program is designed for fifth grade through 8th grade with both boys and girls invit ed. The morning playground will are announced Burt — The schedule for the high scihool' baseball team this summer • is: June 7, Armstrong, there. June 10, WodenrCrystal Lake, here. June 14, Titonka, there. . June 17, Sentral, hsre. June 21, Riiiigsted, there. June 24, Ledyard, here. June 28, Algeria, there. July 1, Thompson, here. Sectional Tournaments July 12, Swea City, there. July 15, Open. July 19, Rake, here. July 22, Open. July 26, Open. All home games begin at .6:30 p.m. The schedule for the summer Pee Wee and Midget baseball teams at Burt is: June 9, Woden-Crystal Lake, there. June 13, Titonka, here. June 16, Sentral, there. June 20, Ringsted, here. June 23, Ledyard, there. June 27, Lakota, here. June 30, Thompson, there. July 11, Swea City, here. July 18, Rake, there. July 25, Lincoln-Central, here. .Other games may be scheduled. Algonan back from Garrigen high school split gam?s with two North Cantral Conference teams Saturday and Monday, defeating Eagle Grove Monday, 7-2 after getting bombed by Clarion Saturday night, 15-6. Both games were away from home. A scheduled game with West Bend Tuesday night was postponed because of the wear ther. The Bears met Clear Lake Wednesday and then travel to Port Dodge Priday for a 6 p.m. game there against the Fort Dodge high school. The split 'kept the Bears at the .500 mark with four wins and four losses. , Bill Milder and Don Potthoff combined for a three hitter Saturday in the Eagle Grove game and although their mates got just five hits, they cashed them in for seven runs. Chuck Geilen- fold continued his good hitting rk will be held at 9 a.m. Sunday morning. and was two-for-three in the game. ' But the Bears, didn't fare so well against Clarion as Garrigan pitchers gave up a dozen walks in the 15-6 defeat. Don Potthoff started and went iust 2 2/3 innings before Bill Reding came on and finished, up. Garrigan actually outhit the Home team, 9-7. Salz banged out three hits while Dick Muller and Mike Lickteig got two each. last week Tuesday for PadukA, Ky., to visit the Evan Algers, Indianapolis, Ind., who are va* ationing in their summer home there. Mrs. Algers is the former Nell Green. They will then visit other sisters of Mr. Green in Omaha and Scotts Bluff, Neb., and then accompanied by the sister from Scotts Bluff, will go to Seattle, Mrs. Ogren and daughter will fly COMMUNION SERVICES Communion services were held Sunday in the Irvington church with moderator, the Rev. Ralph Hindman, LuVerne^ officiating. Rev. Hindman them went to Ottosen, where Communion was also observed. Ke ith Strayer, lay pastor of the Ottosen and Irvington churches, conducted services for the Rev, rtindman in the Livermore, Presbyterian and LuVerne E.U, B. churches. home after,spending,some; time at the Green home, WIN PISTOL SHOOT Al Boekelman and Richard Groen of the Algona'Police Department won the two-man teim championship Sunday in the Iowa Assn. of Chiefs of Police and Peace Officer pistol tournament held ait DOS Moines. HONOR ANNIVERSARY • A card party for the Verl Patterson's 23rd anniversary olanned by their daughter Mrs. Ronald Waldera and Jeanne, was held at the Patterson home Saturday. Attending were the Lawrence Millers, Darlow Rog- erts, Harold Sabins, Clpirencra Oanad^y, Donald and Gloria, Mrs. Margaret Kent, the Stephen Canadays and Russell Cana- days. >H-H-H-H-l-i ,| mil II I 11 H I ' ": I I.' I I I I N « " I I I M I BUILD NOW AND SAVE $400! • '- Now is your chance to build, that dream, horn* en an Ideal ; :; lot — and saye ypurtelf S4Q0I , ,•_•_,' •• Robinson Construction will Deduce the pri.ee of the choice, . :: lots located in the beautiful acreage west of Algona, near ; ; I the Country Club, if you start construction before October . • • 1 of this year. < -....' " The top, lots are .still available in this scenic area, The first, • •' three lots told with this offer will be reduced $400. each. '.'. •• There are no catches, or gimmicks to, this bargain, but build,- ;; I ing must start by October 1. . / ' • • • Act now and saye. Remember, only the first three lots soldi '.'. '• will be at this reduced,price -r to hurryi CONTRACT EITHER: ' MONDAY GAME GARRIGAN (7) ab Long 3 Becker 4 Wagner 3 Lickteig 4 Sailz 3 Geilenfeld 3 Eischen _ 2 J. Muller 3 Milder 3 Winkel .__ 1 Potthoff 1 1 TOTALS 30 service Irvinaton — Mrs. Margan Kent, Algona, received a loner distance call from her son SPA Lewis Kent, who had just arrived back in the U.S. from the Dominican Republic where tje had been stationed for 14 months. Lewis planned to be in New York Ci.ty, Wednesday of this week to .meet his wife, who will arrive by plane from the Dominican Republic, After a short visit in New York, they will go to Washington, D.C., for a few days with Lewis's sister Marearet, and then after being officially discharged from the service will start for Algona by car, After a visit here of about two weeks with his family, they will go. to Milwaukee, where he plans to attend an electronic^ trade school. Lewis was in the service for three years. •;. Reilanq •_ 4 Stenslahd 2 Rilex 2 Salmon 2 Blackman 3 Yoder 3 Groves 1 Allen 3 Brauman 2 Balhos 1 McGuire 0 TOTALS 23 We take this occasion to pay tribute to th< Dairy Farmers of this area and to assun, all that we are at Your Service. North Central Public Service Co. A Complete LP Gas Service" AIGONA r 2 0 0 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 7 "10 a 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION or HERBST REAL ESTATE Phone 295-31374 Phone 295-3733 ! ! II MM M HH 1 H.l M I M M-H-I-H -1-H il 1 '1 Mil SATURDAY GAME GARRIGAN (6) ab Long 3 Becker 3 Reding 4 D. Muller 3 Salz 4 Mekteig 4 Wagner ; 4 Geilenfeld 4 Courtney _i 0 Eischen 1 J. Muller 2 Potthoff 1 r 0 1 2 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 9 r 1 2 1 1 2 0 1 1 2 4 15 0 Mommy...is our water safe today? Just because water comes out of your faucet doesn't mean that it |s safe. Particularly if your home relics on water from a we'll, lake, river or pond and has a septic tank or cesspool. Danger .of a home's water supply becoming contaminated with bacteria that cause dysentery, food poisoning, strep-throat au4 other mysteriously appearing diseases is ever-present, For Vigilant Family Protection.,, Bacteria Guard Water Purifier, This compact, low-cost unit, easily installed provides water that meets the feKterfeloibftl rtujuirtuwjUi <«ttl>lith«d by ^ e u. S . public Health Standard* (or Drinking Water. Bacteria Guard Water Purifier eliminates the need for boiling water, high-priced unreliable mechanical and unpleasant tasting chemical additives. It requires no service, no inaintenance ... j^t replace the cartridge periodically! A product of Pall Corporation, Qleu Cove, N. Y, There It i Pjll Guard Wjter Purifier MQdel fgr every water pfafejern. Sanford Plumbing & Heating LuVerne/ Iowa TOTALS 33 CLARION (15) ab Smith 3 Anderson 3 Speelmeyer 4 Sann 5 McClelland 3 Case 4 Bernhardt 4 Shillington 1 Murphy 2 Hoffman 0 TOTALS 29 Bible school is being held at IrvingtoR Irvington — Bible school began at the Irvington church Monday morning with 59 pupils, teachers and assistants. The school under the direction of Suot Mrs. Durwood Walker, will be held for one week from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. Teachers for the kindergarten class are Mrs. Kenneth Potter and Mrs. Margaret Kent, Suzanne Kent and Karleen Klein assist? ing. Primary teachers ar« Mrs, Phyllis Stmthers and Mrs. Leonard Hansen, Bob Kent, Fred Struthers and Sharon Harms assisting. For Juniors, Mrs. Pean Culbertson. with Peggy S&bjn assisting. Mrs. Kenneth Roney is music director with Mrs. Ger- Mrs. B. 0. Davis and Barrel, Mrs. Davis's mother, Mrs. Florence Colwell, Irvington, went to Ames over the weekend, and visited a grandson of Mrs. Colwell's, the Neil Colwells. Other visitors over the weekend were Neil's parents, the Harold Col- wells, Algona. Harold Colwell, who has been in and out of the hospital at Iowa City, all of the oast winter and has been in the hospital at Iowa City for the oast month, came from Iowa City, with his wife on a weekend oass. Harold had to be back in the hospital Sunday evening, he is having examinations and tests. Ben Mullin, Kanawha, called Monday at his sister, the Charles Reapers. Sunday callers at Charles Reaper's were Mrs. Mary Larsen and Annie, Roland, and the Willie Wicks, Story City. Mrs. Wiefts=i* SIS* K daughter Larsen. Word was received here by Mrs. Florence Colwell of the birth of her first greatgrand- daughter, Carrie Michele, June to the Keith Colwells, Iowa City. Mrs. Colwell has three other great grandchildren all boys, Kent, son of the Keith Colwells, and Joe and Dail, sons of the Dick Fellins, Emmetsburg. Keith is a son of the Harold Col- wells, Algona. The Frank Harnesses, Wai- worth, Wis., are spending a few weeks here with the Ed Dits- worths. The Lawrence Millers were Sunday visitors at Woodrow gaw's, Good Thunder, Minn, The Toby Eastmans, Algona, left Saturday for Ormond Beach, Fla,, to visit Mrs, Eastman's uncle and wife, the Loren Stevens. The Frank Greens, Seattle, Wash., and the latter's mother, Mrs. Marie Ogren, Algona, .were callers at Verl Patterson's last week Monday. The Greens accompanied by Mrs. Ogren, left CARNATION COTTAGE CHEESE HOMOGENIZED MILK Milk is refreshment that lasts, the pickup that keeps you picked up — your energy and spirits refreshed by milk's natural sugar, minerals, and; proteins. Have a glass of milk at mid-morning . . . with the kids after school ... at bedtime. Doesn't it taste good? And doesn't it make you feel great? Drink 3 glasses every day! Milk gives us generous amounts of highest quality protein needed daily at every age. Just Call 5-2254 For Home Delivery or Pick Up Carnation Products at your Food Store LONG'S DAIRY — Dristributors of • Carnation Fresh Milk Products ep4 Friday and the program with an exhibition of hand, wo- Ladies Night •i Kossuth Speedway 100 FREE « Wild Each Ahll Lifts 1 Titktt Mi Friday M|M, JWM 10 Thousands Mora to la Ohm Amy h Drawings! SPONSOBIP IV • Fotlsf FniHiTi • Ret I Jack's Fit* 1 OX

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