The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1967 · Page 19
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12-Algono (lo.) Upper Des Moinm f Tuesday, August M, f967 Householder Zooms To Fair Stock Car Title Butch Householder of Algona made it five out of six in two nights of racing - and climaxed his fine driving with the Kossuth County Fair Stock Car Championship before a crowd of 2,500 Friday night. Three victories Friday allowed Butch to nab a large portion of the $1,000 guaranteed purse.' And his wins were rather easy. The final stock car event of the season here is scheduled this Friday night Promoter Dwight Cook announced during the Fair races that a $1,000 guaranteed parse and trophies will be offered to winners at the annual Championship Race. There will also be a Powder Puff Championship. Householder got off on the right foot Friday, taking the first heat in a runaway, with Les Frieden and Howie Kohlhaas finishing second and third. He then finished in front of Frieden and Bud Fair to take the Trophy Dash before besting Ken Batt and Gene Schattschneider on the way to the feature victory. Schattschneider copped the second heat easily, with Fair and Larry Ringem second and third; Batt took the third heat, with Jim Edgington and Denny Hovinga second and third; and Vance Hakes, Bud Petersen and-Val Schoeu wound up one, two, three in the B-feature. Some pretty fancy driving, with a minimum of spin-outs and no serious collisions resulted in the fastest program of the year. It took just one hour, 15 minutes to run the six events. There was only one re-start all night. B Swimmers Win Awards In Novice Meet The second annual Algona Novice Swimming and Diving Meet was held Wednesday night, Aug. 16, and 23 swimmers and divers received awards. The meet was divided into three age groups and each group had three 25 meter swimming events: breaststroke, backstroke, and freestyle. Diving was divided into two age groups and each diver did three dives. In swimming events, Cathy Lloyd was a triple winner in girls 8-9. In boys 8-9, Tim Cooper won two events and John Peterson one. Only one event, freestyle, was held in boys and girls 7 & under categories, and Carole Puffer and Mike Cogdall were the winners. Susan Buchanan, Misty Lloyd and Rexanne Voyles were winners in girls 10-11. In the boys 10-11 age group, Mark Kinsman, Dennis Peterson and Pat Cooper were the winners. Second and third place finishers in swimming were Lisa Straub, Connie Utt, Tom Cogdall, Tim Cooper, Mary Cubit, Julie Kollasch, Dennis Peterson, Pat Cooper, Karen Kollasch, Mark Kinsman, Bob Straub, Andrea Cubit, Bill Black, Misty Lloyd and Liz Anderson. ' Winners in diving were Carole Puffer in girls 9 & under, Misty Lloyd in girls 10-11, Tom Cogdall in boys 9 & under, and Joe Straub in boys 10-11. Second place winners in diving were Mary Straub, Tim Cooper and Pat Cooper. Lone Rock Man Is Bancroft Golf Winner Gus Blanchard of Lone Rock claimed championship honors at Bancroft Aug. 13 with a 117 total for 27 holes in the annual North Kossuth Golf Club Mens Tournament. The Lone Bock hardware and lumber dealer carded three .straight 39>s, Bill Pech of Swea City copped second place with a 120 followed closely by BlanchanPs brother Don with a 121. Squaring off in a sudden death play oft to ftHmlnntP an 83 tie in 18 holes, Floyd SU1 of Bart was first flight winner over second placer, Steve Roberts of Swea City. Other flight winners receiving trophies as their prizes were: Second flight - Lamont Jansen, Bancroft, 82; Delbert Ferguson, Bancroft, 83; Third flight - Tom Garry, Jr., 90 and Jim Kennedy, 91, both of Bancroft; Fourth flight - Ray Betts of Whittemore, 97; Clarence Diers of Bancroft. 99. All flights were determined after the first round of play. Carol Stine A New Member, Area Extension Carol Stine is the new Extension Leader in Consumer and Management Education, Extension Area Director John Johnson said today. Miss Stine is located at the Extension Area Office in Spencer. She will serve the ten county Northwest Iowa Area. Counties in this area are Sioux, Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola, Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Palo Alto, Emmet and Kossuth. As a member of the LS.U. Extension Staff located in this area, Miss Stine will be responsible for consumer and management educational programs. These programs will be of interest to homemakers, professional and business people. Consumer education is one of the newest programs of the Iowa State University Cooperative Extension Service. Specific programs which will be offered are being developed. Miss Stine is from Aclel, Iowa. She received her B.S. degree in Home Economics Education at Iowa State University in 1958. She has served as an Extension . 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