The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1967 · Page 30
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12-Algono (la.) Upper Dej Moin«* Thursday, June 8, 1967 Bruce Olson Golf Champ Bruce Olson, right above, fired a very good 80 (rounds of 39 and 41) to cop the annual JayCee Junior Golf Tournament on a dark, soggy morning here Tuesday. Placing second was Kim Sloniker, left above, who carded a 42-40 for a total over the 18 holes of 82. Bill Accurso, Bancroft, placed third witli an 84. Olson won a trophy and the right to enter the State Tourney at Council Bluffs where the JayCees will pay his lodging, expenses and entry fee. Other scores in the meet were: S. Ditsworth and S. Chris- chilles, 90; J. Geviug and M. Laird, 91; P. Fox, 93; G. Welp, 98; and A. Ross, 106. The photo was snapped on number nine green immediately following completion of the meet. (UDM Polaroid Photo) KOSSUTH COUNTY PORTS MMM^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_>____^___^^^ AHS Remains Unbeaten With 11-1 Win Tuesday Algona's Bulldogs banged out 10 hits on the way to an easy 11-1 North Central Conference victory over Iowa Falls here Tuesday. The victory upped Coach Keith Christie's club to 4-0 for the young season - and hurler Craig Espe, who went all the way, equalled that record. Algona is slated to host the Mason City Mohawks here today CThursday) and Eagle Grove in another loop fray Friday. Monday will find Clear Lake's powerful Lions coming to town for what should be one of the top games of the season. The Bulldogs got off to a 2-0 lead in the home half of the first inning against the Cadets, with Espe and Tom Claude scoring runs on a triple by Rog Meyer after slamming singles to open the frame. After Iowa Falls counted one run in the top of the third, Algona came back with five In the last half. A pair of walks and four hits chased in the counters. Espe and Mike Belts belted singles and Smokey Barr and Bill Boldridge cracked doubles during the outburst. Espe's third straight hit, a double, set up a lone fourth inning run. Claude came through with a base knock and Meyer added a sacrifice to the little uprising. A triple by Dale Pedersen and a pair of errors sent In the final three runs in the horns half of the fifth and the game was called with the 10-run rule ANOTHER BIG SUPER STOCK CAR RACE AT KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY (FAIRGROUNDS - ALGONA) WILL BE HELD FRIDAY NIGHT JUNE 9 THRILLS - CHILLS - SPILLS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT TIME TRIALS - 8:30; RACES - 9 P.M. ADMISSION: ADULTS - ONLY $1 CHILDREN UNDER 12 - 25r COME ONE - COME ALL I KOSSUTH SPEEDWAY ALGONA, IOWA in effect. Espe and Claude led the locals at the plate, going 3-for-3 and 2-for-2, respectively. Espe allowed three hits, struck out 10 and walked three, while Iowa Falls chuckers struck out eight and walked two. Box score: ALGONA (11) AB R H Espe 333 Claude 21 2 Meyer 2 0 1 Taylor 1 1 0 r arnham 32 0 3arr 3 2 1 Mdridge 3 0 1 Pedersen 3 1 1 3etts 2 1 1 New Business Service Firm In This Amn 22 11 10 Algona Second, Loop Standings Clear Lake leads the pack and Algona and Iowa Falls were tied for second after one week of baseball action in the North Central Conference, according to Coach Keith Christie of the Bulldogs. The Lions had a 2-0 mark and Algona and Iowa Falls were 1-0. Hampton and Humboldt each had 1-1 records, then came Clarion and Webster City, 0-1, and Eagle Grove, 0-2. Wet Grounds Garrlgan High School's game with LuVerne (at LuVerne) scheduled for Wednesday evening, was called off early Wednesday, due to wet grounds. The Bears are slated to meet Ft. Dodge there Friday, then host St. John's of Bancroft here Monday night. Finish Well Two Algona drivers fared well at Jackson, Minn, Saturday night. Gene Schattschneider copped the first heat of the modified event, while Les Wildin captured the trophy dash and placed second In the second heat. BONANZA Mrs. Sophie McCash of Burlington recently struck it rich while mushroom hunting. She made a rare find of a cluster of six sponge mushrooms. She usually finds mushrooms one at a time. V |^' CLAD CARGIN General Business Services, Inc., a national counseling firm which specializes in helping small businesses and professional people, has appointed Clad A. Cargin of West Bend as Area Director for a five county area which includes Algona and Kossuth County. One of theservicesprovldedby GBS is a unique record system that eliminates most of the drudgery and work traditionally required. Additionally, the small business owner can have access to a topflight tax staff for consultation, guidance, and preparation of business and personal income tax returns. GBS keeps tabs on thousands of new tax rulings passed each year, and It is often possible to effect savings which the average businessman would have no way of knowing about. Mr. Cargin estimated that seven out of ten tax returns filed are overpaid because the taxpayer doesn't know the maximum benefits and deductions he is entitled to take under the current tax laws. GBS says it is striving to cut down on these business fatalities by providing proper management records. Add Mildewcide • When staining garden struc- ' faircs or wood siding, choose a "stain containing a mildewcide to keep the finish looking tip-top. Wesley Legion Serves Large Crowd May 30 WESLEY - The American Legion served about 450 barbeque chicken suppers to the public Tuesday evening, May 30. Due to the inclement weather the cooking and serving was done In the power house. The men were ably assisted by wives and auxiliary members. WED 25 YEARS Linda, Vickl and Kathy Det- merlng are hostesses at an open house for their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Detmerlng for their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, June 11, from 2 to 5 p.m. In the Methodist church parlors. AH friends and relatives are Invited. No Invitations are being sent. A program will be presented at 3;30 p.m. No gifts, please. CHILD INJURED Mr. and Mrs. Bud Decker of Clear Lake and their daughter and family of Calif, called on Mrs. TUlle Matz May 29. The Decker's granddaughter, 8 year old Teresa Ann Bernaman of Clear Lake, was hit by a car and Is in a serious condition In a hospital. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wenger moved lately from Algona Into the residence they bought from Stan Christies. It Is the former Bino Gerdes home. Mr. Wenger has been employed In the Exchange State Bank the past year. Mrs. Wenger Is employed in Welden- hoff In Algona. The couple have a son Barry who was married last year and lives in Mason City and a daughter Sherry, who teaches in Cresco. Vacation Bible School is being held in the Methodist church June 5-8. Marilyn Weiland is supt. Teachers are Beverly Ostercamp, Corrine Gabrielson and Marilyn Weiland. Vacation Bible School is being held in the Evangelical Free Church June 5-9 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., conducted by Carol Leek and Sigrid Johnson, beginners; Mrs. Arvin Larson, primary; Diane Jongewaard, juniors; and Mrs. Jongewaard, junior high; Nancy Funnemark, director, and Rev. Curtis Anderson, an assistant in the forenoon. The Jim Bleich family of Spencer were Memorial Day guests of his mother, Mrs. Mag Bleich. Jim had been hospitalized two weeks with a virus infection. Mrs. Mag Bleich attended the Memorial Day Alumni banquet held at Corwith. The Ivan Johnsons went to Sioux Falls, S. D. Sunday to get their son Ronnie, who had attended Augustana College there the past year. They attended the graduation exercises as Ronnie Is a member of the college choir which took part in the program. Rose Marie, Charlotte and Kim Matz of Spencer spent May 2&31 with Mrs. Tlllie Matz. The nuns of St. Joseph's parochial school were joined by 12 nuns from Rockwell City and Early In a retreat here Sunday evening thru Thursday, conducted by Father Weiland of DesMolnes and Father Lechtenberg of Buffalo Center. The 3 nuns of St. Joseph's left for their summer assignments. Ethel and Anna Flom, Mrs, Mag Bleich and the Joe Skows attended graduation exercises Friday evening of Marilyn Skow from S.C.L, Cedar Falls. Mrs.George Detmerlng and Daisy McElmery of Kyle, S. D. also attended the exercises. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons of St. Paul, Minn, spent the Memorial weekend with her father, Ed Hildman, and other relatives here and at Algona. Mrs. Mary Rockwood and Mrs. Mag Bleich attended a reunion of Mrs. Rockwood's class of Corwith high school at Corwith Monday evening, May 29. Mrs. Pauline Pfeffer was a guest at the class party, as her deceased husband was a member of the class. Mrs. Calvin Meinecke and sons of Jamaica spent last week here in the parental N.F. Weber home. A three pound pre-mature baby boy was born to Merlin Studers Sunday, May 28, in the Britt hospital. He has been named Andrew James. Studers now have a family of two sons and two daughters. The mother is the former Mary Jo Buscher. Herman Studers are the paternal grandparents. Sister Damian, who is principal at All Saints in Cedar Rapids, taught catechism classes In Buffalo Center five days last week. She will attend summer school at Siena Heights College in Adrian, Michigan. Sister Kevin, who is guidance counselor at Regis High in Cedar Rapids, is attending summer school In Independence. The nuns are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Doughan. Mrst Delores Detmering of Osawatonnle, Kansas is spending some time in the home of her son, George Detmering and family. A baby girl, weighing 8 Ibs., 4 ounces, was born May 28 in the Britt hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Clete Studer, making them a family of four sons and three daughters. The infant was baptized Sunday in Si Joseph's Catholic church and was named Kimberly Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schneider of Manson were sponsors for their neice. The J.P. Studers of Algona and the Andy Reisings are grandparents. Open house was held Sunday in the Merle Rasmussen rural home as a courtesy for their son Fred, who will be leaving for the Navy this month. DIAMOND'S FATHER'S DAY GIFT SUGGESTIONS: Give Dad lots of tender, loving care and if you like a real nice gift, we at Dia- mond's have a whole store full of them I (P.S. Happy Father's Day, Dad I) SWING INTO SUMMER IN A PACESETTER BY CHEVROLET VACATION TIME 1967 IS HERE. THE KIDS ARE ALL OUT OF SCHOOL, SO IT'S TIME TO LOAD UP AND HEAD OUT «,.,L N 5 >T G ° IN ° NE OF THE NEW /67 PACESETTERS BY CHEVROLET - A WAGON, CONVERTIBLE, SPORTS SEDAN ETC WE'VE GOT JUST THE NEW ONE FOR YOU - STOP IN AND TAKE A LOOK (AND A RIDE) SOON! HERE ARE JUST A FEW OPTIONS AND COLORS IN STOCK NOW! ALSO, 4 FREE DINNERS AT CHARLIE'S SUPPER CLUB WITH ANY NEW CAR UNTIL JULY I. DEMONSTRATORS 1967 Impala Station Wagon, 6-passenger, Radio, V-8, Powerglide, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Red color. 1967 Caprice 4-door Sport Sedan, Radio, V-8, Powerglide, Power Steering, Plum color. 1967 Chevelle Malibu Station Wagon, Radio, V-8, Powerglide, Red color. COLORS Impala 4-doors: Gold with Cream top - Blue with White cap -Turquoise -Marine Blue - Fawn - Maroon - Green Caprices: Cream with Black Vinyl top- Maroon (Air Conditioning) Sport Coupes: Yellow with Black top - Turquoise - Fawn Super Sport Coupe ; Maroon Bel Air 4-doors: Green- Turquoise. 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