Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 13, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, June 13, 1966
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•— ALOONA ADVANCE MONDAY, JUNE 13, 1966 Garrigan dipped below the .500 mark for the first time this season as the Bears bowed to Fort Dodge high school there o;, Friday, 9-6. An earlier game it. the week was rained out. The Bears have three tests (hit week, starting with Mason City high school there on Monday, St. Edmond's of Ft. Dodge here Tuesday'and Mar- •halltown high school here on Saturday. All games* have 8 p.m. starting times. Fort Dodge jumped l '-*"on Bill .Milder for four runs in the first inning and he never got a man out 'before Don Potthoff cams upon the scene. Potthoff went the rest of the way. . GARRIGAN went ahead in the third with five runs in a big in ning, Potthoff started it out with a walk. Milder was safe on a • fielder's choice and Denny Long Singled in one run. Joe Becker walked and Tom Wagner deliv- 2*>ed a two ruti single. Mike Lfckteig walked and"'after Salz was 0:1, Chuck GeilG'nfeld walked .and Elsohen singled. ; Garrigan tied the game in the to? of the fourth again, at 6-6 before the Dodgers went ahead bo stay'in-the last of the fourth. Garrigan committed four errors •vhile the Dodgers played error Isss ball. • •Long was the hitting star for Garrigan with three, out of the six'Bear safeties. 'JARRIGAN (6) ab r h Long 4 23 Becker 1 1 ( Wagner ___^_______ 31 1 Lickteig _J— 3 0 1 Salz _.._:__„_:,_— 4 0 0 Geiienfeld—L_—._ 3 0 0 Eischen .!______-. 30 1 Muller' ____— 00 0 Milder —__ 3 10 Potthoff ___'_ 2 i 0 TOTALS — 26 6 6 Garrigan— 005 100-0—6 1< or t Dodge 402 102 x—9 first wins Algona high school lost its • first baseball game of the sea' son and also its North Central onference start as Hampton got fine three-hit pitching from Dean Oeihlet to subdue -the lo•;Cals, 5-1 here Friday.: . The loss -'came after • four I straight local wins including two -loop games. Coach Keith Chrisi : tie's club stays in the conference 'if or two road games this at Clear Lake Tuesday and at ; Clarion Friday. • ; Six errors contributed to the Algona downfall. Larry Scobba ; was the losing pitcher. He work- ied the first three innings and .gave up one unearned run. ..? Craig Espe came on in tire 4th ;• and gave up four runs before 'Scobba came back on the scene. •^ Three Algona errors let in ; a run in the first. Hampton put together two hits, two walks and ~,a hit batsman to score four in •the fourth. Algona got its lone 70 farmiri makt hirbloidt loir . *Thfe herbicide and weed tmif ponsored by the Kossuth Coiin- y Extension Service with the cooperatioh of four area farmers and held last Tuesday evening was highly successful, a& cording to Extension, Director Galen De Vabis. Over 70 far- rtiers from around the county KOSSUTH ( COMNfY.ExtehsionxSeryice Director Galen| DeValois'comments 6'nf the effectiveness of a herbicide in this; bean field on the -thilges' brother'sitfarip• near Bode: Over 70; persons made the ^ • Delusive Advance ' tilUnan. -t the A.S.C.S. at 7 J>.ffl. Tuesday and in the educational tour which took them to the" farms of the THilges brothers, Bode; Herman Becker, Irvington; and Hugh Black, Algona. the group observed the various ^s^Hsles 6f many different weedkillers, with blanket, band, spray, and granulated treatments being used. Galen De Valois conducted the demonstrations. new run in the seventh on a walk to Dale Teeter, Scobba's single and a fielder's choice. Hamipto>n is now 4-0 for the year while Algona is 4-1. Despite the loss, Algona turned in, two great fielding plays. Esipe stole a home run from a Hampton batter by hauling down a long drive in .What Christie termed "The greatest catch I've ever seen in high school base^ ball." Teeter also went deep at short to make a big play on a grounder. ALGONA (1) ab r h Martin 300 Boldridge 300 Meyer _: ___,- 3.0 0 Farniham ^____ 3 00 Teeter 2 10 Espe 3 0 1 Scobba 20 1 G. Barr 3 0 1 R. Barr 100 Jones— —_ 100 TOTALS — 24 1 3 Red Cross swimming , Children may sign up for the Red' Cross Swimming Lesson program sponsored by the City of Algona this week at the local pool. Classes will be held in three sessions of two weeks per • session starting June 20. 'The lesson schedule is as follows: fi Session — June 20 thru Session — July 5 Poii't ruin yaur expensive tlM«pi«ce during titmmei tun. W«or 9 SPORTS WATCH ttom DEAN'S Sport wotchcs •if ^ccurgte end: ^T yaterproof luminous anti-magnetic I1A9S July 15; 3rd Session — y 18 thru July 29. Each session will consist ot 'iye Jes,sons a week, Monday ,hru Friday for two weeks Group classification and tjmes are listed here for parents in formation so that they may sigr ,heir children up at a time mos lake send in yours The Advance . has received some interesting suggestions foi the name of the new lake about three miles north oif Algpna. The lake is now! fitiin?, b;t it j- exected to be fall ;belore it reaches the overflow.:' ; Suggestions range -from Algonquin to Inkpaduta, the former having three advocates;' '; Most interesting was to name it "Kitten", lake because: the creek that runs into the lake is named Kitten, an offshoot in name of Black Oat, creek a mile or so north of the new lake. Kitten Creek is a "small vers- on" of the Black; Cat. : Other names suggested are: Cosco, an abbreviation of Kossuth county; Joe Lowe, in memory of the late Algona conservationist; Reed's lake, in memory of the Reed pioneers;, Algonidn; Veterans, in memory of soldiers; Algona; Hawkeye, for the nickname of the state and the Black- Hawk Chief; Ur-Own; Anogla; for Algona spelled backwards; Lake 1966, because everything is going by the 'numbers; , and Burgona, because it is halfway between Burt and Algona.. Inkpaduta was the Indian chief involved in the ; "incident" at the Kossuth Maxwell cabin, and also was involyed' in the Spirit Lake massacre. ..'<•', v . Suggestions for a name will still be received , by the Advance, and after a time will be turned over- to the.county conservation commission. The lake has already attracted a number of ducks and mud hens and many people make reg V' '" • I • Zt "j Engaged!, i nr.v VK)0'i^?/f.ioa| Lutherans plan Mission at Whitlemore The Lutheran Women's Mis sionary League of the Algona Zone Is sponsoring a Mission Fair .to be held on two' consecutive weekends this .month. -..Each of the .twelve coagrega- tions in,the zone,.the Lutheran Laymans League and the Walther League are preparing mis i sion booths which will be set up r;in classrooms picturing the ! work of a missionary, the cpun (try -in which he-works and the '"problems he confronts, the fairj will seek to give v a better under-' standing,fo mission wprjc, ,..-.•' The Mission Fair will.be held on June 18-19 at St. Paul's, in Whittemore,. and 25-26 at, St. Paul's, Garner. WWHemore library 'i,/:' .•l-?>>-&3&j:.$->'h'';.-..:' has open ise Whittemert, ~,The .Public Library here ';ob3&rve/d 'its- Silver anniversary;: of £5 years of ssr- yic^e^witJi a! Sjlveii-Tea^aturday. Proceeds from the free, will contributions will be used to start a .fund for childre)i's table and chairs. Several of the late Pete Kenne paintings .were on play also;: ^ . ;^ dis- en MR. AND MRS. Earl C. ley, <Algoria, "-:an : ri"b,unce .the of ; their daughter, to* Mr: Robert Law 1 gagemeni Kathleen," 10 DEAN'S f W»Uhe* f Gifts f China suitable to them. 9 a.m, - 10 a.m, — Intermediate. , 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. — Beginners- Intermediate-Swimmers. 11 a.m. - 12 noon — Beginners. Jr. and Sr. Life : Saving will be offered in two sessions of three weeks each. The first session will be June 20th thru July 8th and the second session from July llth thru July 29th. The adult swimming lesson program will- be held every Wednesday night starting June 22 and no sign up is required for this program. Lessons are free to season ticket holders and cost 15 cents a lesson for children and 50 cents a lesson for the adults on Wednesday nights. Parents are urged to sigp up their children early as the classes will have to be closed as they fill up and selection of class time is on a first come - first served basis. Either the parent or the child may sign up at the local swimming pool. For any additional information contact Beanie Cooper, manager of the Algona Swimming Pool. Tetanus victim still serious Mrs. Arnold Danielson returned Wednesday from Rochester, Minn., where she has been staying with her husband who is still in serious condition as a result of tetanus. He is still being fed intravenously and receiving blood transfusions. His son Carl, on leave from Germany, is with him now. ular trips to see hfiw. the filling is progressing, Th^; little islarid last week was almost surrounded, but not quite then, by the water. i rence Bppler, son of Mr, and Mrs. Albert L.Eppler of Flor- hain Par)i, N. Jv Miss Lierley attended: Hood College in Frederick, Maryland 'and will'gradu-i ate from" Buena Vista College in August. .She is a member of Delta Phi Beta sorority. Mr. Eppler is a graduate of Buena Vista College and is presently employed as a special education teacher at the Cherokee Mental Health Institute. He is a member of..Gamma Sigma Phi fraternity and Phi Mu Alph'a, honorary rpusic, fraternity. A September "^wedding is planned. 99 -TTL.'-George Burcham, H? Ian, remarked that "99 years doesn't..see'm near that long" as he celebrated his 99tih bhihday May 12 invHarlan. Young GOP meet dated June 15 The Kossuth County Young Republicans will hold a "bring a friend" meeting June 15 at 8:30 p.m. at the Druggist Mutual Building in Algona. Although no definite program has been planned, chairman -George Guenther, Conyith,, plans ^to" have district candidates as guests: GIFT TO UNIVERSITY; It was announced Monday by the University of Io\va, Iowa Gi ty, that a contribution' of $"" has been received from Mr, and Mrs, Leighton Misbach, Algona for the College: of Medicine Stu dent Loan Fund. Grants, gifts and contracts totaling $1,185, 618 were accepteid by the unii versity in May. Their daughter Mary, received a baclielpr arts degree in educatibn Friday at .the University of Jowa. : :*;£« WeddirigfS 1 Special ^ light Uf Dads Do^wiui SMOKERS HELPFUL HINTS '- : : for •:•:•"•, .' FATHER'S DAY '..:,..' ; ... ' -, - '' ' '. -'','•• ..' { ' , ' • ' - •"' ' •' ' ' •'.' ' ' * • Carton Cigarettes tobacco •Pipes iigfctors • Boxed Cigars Pipe Racks •Pouches Humidors • Ash Trays ALSO Chocolates Shaving Supplies :nes "No changes here — just the same old friendly service" The SMOKE SHOP ALGONA in tha Newest and Finest Formal Wear Mrs. dies at Fenton; rites today Fenton — Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at the Fenton Methodist church at 2 p.m. for Mrs. Margaret Francis Groanu Peterson, 65, who died Friday morning at the Holy Family hospital in Esther' ville. She had been ill with cancer for some time. Margaret Groanu was born on July 7, 1900 in Chicago, Illinois. She was married to Axel Peterson of Fenton in 1945. There were no children. She is survived by her husband, Axel, three brothers, Frank of Downy, HI, Arthur of Belle PMne, III., William of Arlington Heights, Ql,, and a sister, Mrs. C. F. Johnson of Chicago, HI. Itev. Russel Eldridge will officiate at the services and burial will be at the Fenton Methodist cemetery. The pall hearers wUJ be Mer vin Wallace, Gerald Voigt, Ar nold Hainzinger, Ray Prietae, EJm,er Krause and Henry SchuJ- te. Thomas funeral home of Wen ton is in charge of arrangements. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE APVANCi NO IVIOI on SAFEB.F. Goodrich 4-ply "^ NYLON cord tires *s Low is MJ" 7.75-14 Black Tubeless, Plus $2.20 Federal Tax anil Tire from Car CUSTOM LONQ MIUE* •Whitevvall* sightly higntr 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 See us right away if you think you will need more seed corn. We c»n 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 your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 Yellow Corn - -- in 1.14 out 1,18 No. 2 White Oati (38 Ibi.) in .65 out .69 No. 1 Soybeans _ $3.02 Whitteraore Co-op. Elevator HOBARTON BRANCH CVCN CO-OP and Golden Sun Feeds For top performance QO-OP gasoline, fuel oil, oils and lubricants JACK'S TIRE SERVICE Closed Saturday Afternoons DURING THi MONTHS Oil Rur Pwlrtlt Qriuder RtW • QptflnM Ttlt.?ff'*il4

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