The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1967 · Page 10
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No Legion Team To Play For Bancroft This Year The Bancroft American Legion Post has decided to discontinue Its Junior Legion baseball team after about 35 seasons. Principal reason is the Bancroft post's inability to support the team financially. Tony Schneider, who recently resigned as team manager, estimates that it cost about $1,000 per season to support the team and send It on the road. Another reason Is the difficulty in finding a local man to take on the job as coach and manager. Last year, the Bancroft Legion team was In the Southern Minnesota American Legion League. In 1S62 the team went to the National American Legion Regional Tournament, which co- vered 7 states. According to Schneider, the team averaged about 30 wins and 3 or 4 losses per year in the last 7 years and has won 5 State Championships in the last 21 years. Lone Rock Man Shooting For A 200 Bu. Yield Is there a ceiling on corn yields ? Research personnel and farmers have speculated on this subject for years. During the past summer a large group of farmers from across the country put to work all the latest know- how to find out the top yield potential of their farms. The common goal was to produce 200 bushels of No. 2 corn on one acre or more. An area farmer who took part in the 200-bushel program this past season is Ray Laabs from Lone Rock. Laabs produced a yield of 155.93 bushels on his measured acre with DeKalb XL- 45. Sixteen of the 750 farmers from 26 states participating in De- Kaltfs 200 Bushel Club actually surpassed their goal. The top yield of 217 bushels of No. 2 corn was turned in by Emanuel Weibert of Wiggins, Colo. Western corn farmers dominated the top yields with six coming from Colorado and six from California. All of these yields were harvested from irrigated land. Iowa, Minnesota and Illinois farmers accounted for the four Tuesday, April 18, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper De$ Moines-7 LuVerne First In Pocahontas Relay Event LuVerne High School's track team nabbed the Class B championship In the Pocahontas Relays Tuesday, April 11, edging Goldlield and Sioux Rapids (who tied for second) by two points. The Lions topped a field of 13 teams for the crown, while Prairie of Cowrie won the 16-team Class A battle. Victories in the 880 and mile relays allowed LuVerne to win. The 880 team, Bristow, Fett, Hanselman and Bristow, ran the distance in 1:38.6, and Fett, Awe, Bristow and Bristow ran to victor,y In the mile with 3:48.1 clock- Ing. LuVerne scored 26 points and the runners-up counted 24 each. Ex-Swea City Man Passes Services for Raymond Joseph (Jack) Lloyd, 61, formerly of Swea City, were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Landkamer Funeral Home, Mankato. Mr. Lloyd was born March 22, 1P16 and raised in Grant township. He is survived by his wife, Helen, a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Kollasch of Swea City; two grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Fred Brandt of Swea City, Mrs. Emil Stuhr of Stewartville, Minn. Mrs. Louis Anderson and Mrs. Elinor Johnson, both of Blue Earth. ESTATE REAL ESTATE HEIRS SAY: "LIQUIDATE 1314 EAST OAK One Story-carpeted living room, 2 carpeted bedrooms — kitchen — bath. New LOW, LOW PRICE $5900 rt EAST KLM Excellent sized family home — living room — (lining room — kitchen — 1 bedroom — '£ bath down; 2 or 3 bedrooms and bath up. Good basement — gas heat $6900 619 NORTH THORINGTON Up and Down Duplex — $102.50 per month rental income, live in part — let rest pay for it. Gas furnace, gas water heater. Only $5000 702 SOUTH THORINGTON 2 Story, 4 bedrooms up, bath, living room, dining room and kitchen on first floor. Basement — gas heat — garage — on large lot — New price $8000 THESE ARE BOUND TO BE SOLB ... YOU MAY AS WELL BE THE LUCKY BUYER CIS EAST LUCAS All-rented Duplex with ITS month gross. Side by side units — close to Catholic church and uptown. Make us an offer. PRICE ?????? JOEL M. HERBST TED S. HERBST HERBST REAL ESTATE OFFICE OVER PENNEY'S TELEPHONE 295-3733

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