Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1966 · Page 8
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•-AIOONA (low*) ADVANCI MONDAY, JUNt 20, If* JC-- i I ±ai=.-='j - c.m. j--i - ...- j ........ ' « | NEWS OP ALOONA I I b mm mm IV MOLLY MacDONALD I I I I Mr. and Mr*. A, P. Agona were in Hartley, la., last week Sunday visiting Mrs. Agena's aunt, Mrs. Marie Tennant. Among the out-of-town relatives visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan for the wedding of their daughter, Bernadine, were Mr. and Mrs. Brian Linnan and Sherry Lee, Omaha; Mrs. Daniel King and Mrs. Leo Wassenberg, Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Pitsch and daughters, Marysville, Kans.; Misses Freda and Alvina Wassenberg, Spokane; Miss Margaret Reardon and Miss Patricia Wassenberg, the Twin Cities; and Mr. and Mrs. Jude Culligan, Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins are being visited by their son David of Whitewater, Wis. He teaches elementary psychology and is in guidance and counseling at the State University of Wisconsin. Julio Hungate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hungate, left last week Saturday for Long Beach, Calif., where she will spend the summer ^with her aunt, Mrs. Willard Salisbury. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Long, loft today (Monday) for Minneapolis. They will spend some time at Park Rapids, Minn,, visiting their son David and his family. They plan to return 'home Thursday. " ; /'""•"•• ','"''V : Mr. and Mrs.-Lloyd Bohannon are being visited ,• by Mr. *-and Mrs. Paul DiPonzjario of Van Nuys, Calif. She is the former Brenda Bohannon. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cowan and son Jay spent the June 11 weekend at the Harold Cowan cottage at Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Funk spent a weak in LaCrosse, Wis., recently visiting their son Leonard and his family. Enroute 'they took their daughter Doreeri to Boulder Junction, Wis., where she is employed for the summer at Motel-in-the-Woods resort. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh spent lasit weekend at their cottage at Okoboji. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourno were visited fchis weekend at Methodist Hospital School of Nursing. Linde Parsons, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons, went to Spirit Lake Friday. She will work at Crandalls Lodge there for the summer. Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Bray drove their daughter Mary to Iowa City last weak Sunday where she entered summer school. Their daughter Botty left recently for St. Paul where she Will spend the summer caring for the children of a St. Paul family. The daughter Patty is working for the Department of the Interior in Wasliington, D.C., this summer. Mrs. W. W. Sullivan spent the weekend at Okoboji at the Gilbert Knudson cottage. Her daughter Sheila Sullivan of Minneapolis was also there for the weekend. On Sunday, .Sheila and Mrs. Sullivan drov° t/> Minneapolis where the latter will remain for a week's visit. Dr. and Mrs. John Schutter and Jim drove to Northfield, Minn., last week Sunday where Jim began a five-weeks physics course at St. Olaf. Dr. and Mrs. Schutter extended the trip to include some fishing before returning home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Fristedt were visited over the weekend by their grandson, Steven, Me Lilian. Steven's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Jamas McLera.n of lo-.va City stopjtecl at the Fristedt's Wednesday enroMte to Okoboji. They returned to Algona Sunday and picked up Stsvsm, then drove on to Cedar Rapids where Dr. McLeran enplaned for Washington, D.C., to attend a meeting on oral surgery. William Grams went to Fort Dodge a week ago Wednesday to join his sister, Mrs. Mary Julius and brother, Lewis Grams. Lriw- ie, longtime Jrvington aroa pi-inter, is in Fort Dodge Mercy hospital where he had his second : i operation yesterday for cancsr i i of the colon. He had his first surgery on May 16. 1 MASON — William Kelley of MEN'S SOFTBALL STANDINGS W L Buschers ^*_^__ 2 0 Bunnies _._^ ,~ 1 d Buds ^<..^.—_.— 10 Weidenhoff.__„ 1 o Collegians ___^ 0 1 First Baptist ___.,__ 0 1 Burt 0 1 Universal > ^ 0 1 Bombers *_,..,__,.___ 01 Thuriday Buschers 9 Collegians 6 Bullpips baton by Twin Rivers The Algona high school fresh- sophs were beaten by Twin Rivers here Wednesday in an abbreviated five-inning game, 12-0. The game was called because of the 10-run rule. The locals failed to get a hit from the Twin Rivers pitcher and are now 1-1 for the season. The locals will be idle until Monday, June 27 when they meet Twin Rivers again there at 6 p.m. — PLUS WRAP-UP Of WIIK'f ACTIVITIIS IN MEN'S SOFTBALL AND GIRL'S SOFTBALL - GIRLS SOFTBALL NOVICE LEAGUE Wedneiday Redbirds 7 Robins 2 Thursday Canaries 19 Jays 6 Games Coming Up Monday — Orioles vs. Canaries Tuesday — Jays vs. Robins Wednesday — Redbirds vs. Orioles STANDINGS W Canaries 2 Jays 1 Redbirds 1 Orioles 1__ 0 L 0 1 1 1 Robins ,^u__^__^_ 0 JUNIOR~LEAGUB Wodiiotday Colts 8 Gophers 6 Thursday Hawks IS Bears 7 Oamoa Coming Up Monday — Uons vs. Bears Tuesday — • Hawks vs. Colts Wednesday — Gophers vs. Lions STANDINGS W Hawks 2 Colts _______: l Uons o L o o i Bears ^ :. , 0 1 Gophers ^__*_i_. i _ J 0 i SINIOM.IAOUI " Wednesday Game Postponed Thursday Bombers 2 Jets i Gamos Coming Up Monday — Astros vs. Bombers Tuesday — Jets vs. Missiles Wednesday — Rockets vs. Astros STANDINGS W L Rockets _- 10 Jets __^__ 1 1 Bombers 1 1 Astros 0 1 PEEWEE LEAGUE Wednesday Red Sox 33 Athletics 15 Game* Coming Up Monday — Colts vs. Athletics Wednesday — Red Sox vs. Mets Standings W L Colts —_!___ 1 0 Red Sox *«-. i Mets *__.! **„ 0 Athletics -__^^ 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE 0 1 Game Postponed Thur*day Tigers 6 Yankees 4 Oamet Coming Up Monday — Indians vs. Angels Tuesday — . Twins vs. Orioles Wednesday- White Sox vs. Angels Standing* W 1 _ 1 1 Tigers _-__ Indians _________ Yankees Twins '_ — 0 White Sox -.0- Angels —— 0 Orioles ____ 0 NATIONAT LEAGUE. Wednesday Pirates 3 Reds 2 Thursday Braves 16 Cards 7 Games Coming Up Monday — Pirates vs. Dodgers L 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 Tueidiy — ... Phillies vs. Reds . C*fdi VI. Uodgers Pirates —— i J Dodgers..^ 1 .0 Braves „_—_ l J Reds —— -^- -—- 1 J Phillies ^——- 0 1 cards ,~i—~—o i SENIOR~LEAOUE Cubs _——-—2 0 Giants.— 1 0 Senators _^ 0 1 Astros — 0 1 Whittemore _—^~ 0 1 Thursday Cubs 25 Whittemore 3 Friday Giants 6 Senators 5 (7 innings) • Games Coming Up Monday — Senators vs. Astros Tuesday — Whittemore vs. Giants Wednesday — Senators vs. Cubs Advertise in tho Advance Largest PAID circulation their cottage at Okoboji by the- Reinback was recently present- ir son Bill, a sophomore medical e d a 50 year certificate of mem- student at the University of bership in tha Masonic Fratern- Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Kirk ty. It is estimated that only Ui*l«rft<? n ** ft ft* •Ytllmr -. X . _ .. * Hayes and family. __Dr. and Mrs. Dean Koob had as houseguests this weekend 12 out of every thousand Masons achieve this record of 50 Mrs. Koob's brother and his wife/ Dr and Mrs. Larry De Cook. 'Kay Agena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Agena, will leave tomorrow (Tuesday) for Long Island, N.Y., where she will be music director for the summer at Fireplace Lodge, a girls camp in East Hampton. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cowan spent the weekend in Minneapo: lis with Mrs. Cowan's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Keith. Ann Bohannon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon, left Saturday for Walker, Minn., where she will be a counselor at Camp Danworthy for two months. Mr. and Mrs, L. E. Linnan were visited recently by Mrs. Linnan's sister, Sister Mary Arnoldine, and a cousin, Sister Mary Thelma, both of Dubuque. Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom and daughters Joan and Jane will leave Wednesday for Vermillion, S.D., to spend a few days with the Don Potters. Mr. and Mrs. RUM Buchanan entertained thek couples bridge club Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jim ivords were visited Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Donels of Ames. Mr. Donels spoke at the Thursday Kiwanis meeting. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky went to Ames last week Friday Where she rnet her sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Riggs of Barrington, 111. After attending the Iowa State alumni reunion there, Mrs. Kresensky accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Riggs bade to Barrington where she remained until Tuesday. En- route to Barrington, the three travelers visited Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Pettigrew in Eidora. Two former Algonians, Mrs. Thomas O'Haire and and Mrs. Hugh O'Rourke, both of Des Moines, visited friends in Algona last week- They are the former Jeannie and Alice Rist. Dr. and Mr*. R. K. Richardson drove to Rochester recently to visit her brother, George Carroll, who is recovering from surgery. Mr. and Mr*. V«rn« M^CIyr, and children spent i&e weekend in Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Rsy Stanley. Mrs. Mcdure attended an alumnae banquet celebrating the 10th reunion of her graduating class from Iowa years membership in the order. ALGONA DEBBIE REYNOLDS a& IWSINGINGNUN STARTS SUNDAY, JUNE 20 ALGONA NOW THROUGH TUESDAY, JUNE 21 PARAMOUNT PICTURES w, KURI UNfiER «mi SOfWAlPREN JUt>llH TICMNWOiOII PANAVISION SECOND FEATURE PARAMOUNl PtCIURES W STARLITE ORIVEIN TONIGHT AND TUESDAY r CiMnnScopt-Mjfbj DELUXE •MM, SECOND FEATURE MURIETA In iA«TMANCOLOI««| WARNER BR( I II Schultz Bros. 26th $ t * -r i> *<.. -»r t ! *4 ? <-K f^ j - Offer good June 20 thru 25 500 Discount on each New Car in stock at Schultz Bros. HERE'S HOW IT WORKS - Take the Widow Sflekar on any new car ii slock AND SUBTRACT $500. For Example - Tako this now 1916 PONTIAC TEMPEST, Cislom 2-door Hardtop with IhoM extras - Piisk-bvHon Radio, Electric Clock, All Chrome Moldhcs, Foaai Oash- iont, Tinted WindsMold, WUlo Sidowall Tiros, Safely Track Difforaalial, 207 H. P. 6-OyHndor Engine, Backup UfUs, Soal BolU, Paddod Dash and Vitor. 15 Beautiful Beach Towels Given Away for Next 3 Weeks Continuing through July 8 — register for 15 beautiful Beach Towels and One Zebco Rod, Reel and Line combination to be given Free each week. Register every time you stop in, either at the station or garage. ONE ZEBCO ROD, REEL AND LINE COMBINATION ($20.90 value) EACH WEEK Big Jumbo 3'x 5'/z' ANTIQUE CAR BEACH TOWELS • Not available anywhere eup. • Many colors. • Lots of Antique Cars pictured • 1 i MUST HAVi DRIVER'S LICENSE TO REOISTERI Reiular Price-$2843.80 SUBTRACT - $ MO.OO OUR PRICE - $2343.80 FMURETHEHONTHISOARi YOU WILL SEE it AMOUNTS TO ABOUT i7Vz% PISOOUNT! 00 in FREE Government Bonds TO BE GIVEN AWAY ON JULY 8th —— • ONE $100 BOND; ONE $50 BONO; AND ONE $25 U,S, GOVT. BOND If yqu win * towel or rod and reol you ire automatically disqualified from winning another BUT YOU ARE STILL ELIGIBLE TQ WIN A U. S. GOVERNMENT BONO. **w**9 iw wiw A Sale starts Monday - ends Saturday ^GmWmWfftmWMWMmmtmWMmmmMWMmmMt^ It's our woy of saying "Thank You" for our 26th year SCHULTZ BROS* GARAGE A complete stock of fac tpry parts on hind, ft all time s/ to take care of yowr ; every nffd. f CADILLAC « PONTIAC' f TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS M ALGONA" PHONE $ 3591

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