Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1966 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 30, 1966
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;s blast Burt 6-0 for 11 th victory Larry Scobba shut out ,Burt in the fourth, Scobba,got on l Hi ilte* nnn W.U »_.! Alii-li,' t '»-- ••'.... •' •!•. -MI. V '.." •'• <J. '.£j -ft: with just one hit and ' Aljroh'a high school posted a &0 victory oVer the Bears Tuesday night, 6 run its record ,tb 114 for the .season. Scobba is now ,34 for. the .year. '. ••••••••• • • •• ••••the Bullflogs, play ,a way Under the lights three" times' this. \$©k ( , base oil ;an/'error ' .anil Teeter walked. Bait 'sacrificed them \lJ_Liil 1 .«'!(•'•• «..4». •'• s''I-..'•-••'. .<'/""'. alohg'and |cobfca!scored prTah '"irrpr .and Martin isingied home '" " ' ""'- ' ' . to cloise out their pre-seciional activity. They met Eagle Grove 'Wednesday, travel to Livermore . ; to face Twin .Rivers Thursday iand then to Forest City " " " ' •'•'• Only ,poug Black got a hit iOff Scobba and ;t was a leadoff ^single to start,the first inniiiijz \ After that, Scobba struck out ifour and walked just one to post vthe win. Not a Bear got past jsecond base. ALGONA meantime pecked ,away at McFarland, the Burt v pitcher, for six hits and single •runs in the first and second and ;double runs in .the fourth and Jsixth. Sophomore Roger Meyer singled home Craig Espe in the first Vafter the latter got on base on = an error arid advanced to second •j on a walk to Tom Claude. Dale Teeter singled in the sec; ond, was sacrificed to second by , Garry Barr and then kept righl ,on running when no one covered .third and dashed home on an / overthrow. -In -the sixth, Barr tripled to scoi-e : Teeter ,'whp ; had singled to start "tn® rally ajild , then Barr came home on a sacrifice fly 1 by )ave Martin. ALGONA (6) r ' ab ji—JT- ~- — ~- Espe _:, 4 laude _L__ :__ 3 Meyer ___,. __3 Farhham : _•__ 2 3cobba __ 2 Teeter 2 G. Barr ____'! Boldridge 1 Jones 1 TOTALS 22 BURT (0) i» ^.i ^ * . iV ' ab '_'_ "2 Lovstad 3 Cunningham 3 Ortmah !__________ 3 McFarland 3 Fries'_!___ 3 Redemske 2 Batt 2 Patterson 0 Bristow 1 TOTALS 22 Score by Innings R Burt 000 000 0—0 Algona — _ 110 202 x—6 r 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 6 r 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H 1 6 Bears rips Humboldt 10-2 now 9-9 for year Garrigan high school evened •its season record at .500 again 'with a 10-2 rout over Humboldt ; high school on the Bear diamond Tuesday night. The Bears are ! now 9-9 for the season. ••; They faced Mason City high 'school here Wednesday and then '-close out pre-tournament activity Thursday night at Fort Dodge against St. Edmond's. Garrigan exploded for three Garrigan high school tooks its 9th loss against eight wins this season at Forest City Saturday night, 6-5. Forest City scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh to break a 5-5 tie. Two singles two passed • balls and a, walk were the clinchers in the fina frame. Dick Muller and Dick Salz both banged out two hits for the runs in the second inning Tues^ Bears Don Potthoff started for , ..... „ ., ..._. iarrigan and Bill Reding came on in the fifth and was the losing pitcher. 'day and that was all the cushion Bill Milder needed to register the win. He pitched two-hit ball, ... struck out 14 and walked just •one, hitting another. Bill Reding and Chuck Geilen- ;feld sparked the Bear's 14-hit attack with three hits each. Gei- 'lenfeld scored three runs while Reding and Becker each contributed a double and two RBI's to •the Bear total. GARRIGAN (10) ab r h Long 221 Becker 312 Reding 413 Muller 402 •:Salz 4 0 Lickteig 4 2 Eischen 3 1 J. Muller 1 0 Geilenfeld 4 3 Milder 2 0 TOTALS 31 10 14 Score by Innings R H Humboldt 000 020 0— 2 2 Garrigan 030 250 x—10 14 ^ THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1966 GARRIGAN (5) ab Long 3 Becker 3 Reding 4 D. Muller 4 D. Salz 3 Lickteig 3 Wagner 3 Geilenfeld 3 Potthoff 2 J. Muller 1 TOTALS 28 RUGGED EGYPTIANS — Although it is presently benefiting mankind by serving as an ex perimental insect in biological research, the flour beetle is notorious for its destructiveness. It has laid waste to stored foodstuffs since ancient times. When archaeologists explored an Egyptian tomb built in 2500 B. C., car racing After last Friday evening's crashes and fast racing, the Kossuth County Speedway will open at a new time of 9. p.m. A Pow der Puff race with about a dozen cars is scheduled for July 1, anid this will be the biggest event of this type yet this year. Speedway Results and Standings 1st Heat- Gene Schattschneider Don Hilbert Les Frieden, West Bend Bud Petersen 2nd Heat- Butch Househoulder Roy Jo Deltz, Humboldt Richard Simpson, Wesley Lee Miller, Laurens 3rd Heat- Jim Edgington Orie Shipler Darreld Bunkofske Bud Petersen Trophy Dash— Roy Jo Peltz Butch Househoulder Gene Schattschneider Les Frieden, West Bend B Feature Dave Stone, Spencer Gary Hill, Clarion Howard Trustem, Kresten, Minn. Ed Cordes, Humboldt "STOCK CAR RACES" MIDSEASON 1966 CHAMPIONSHIP The Midwest's "Fastest" High Banked Vz Mile Race Track SUNDAY JULY 3rd — 9 P.M. "Feature Races" High Point Cars In The Rear MONDAY JULY 4th — 9 P.M. "Feature Races" High Point Cars In Pole Positions 12 TROPHIES TO BE AWARDED "THE ACTION" TRACK OF THE MJDWEST FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS FAIRMONT, MINN. A Feature— Jim Edgington Butch Househoulder Howard Trustem, Kresten, Minn. Orie Shipler Top 10 Points Name Pts. Jim Edgington ____ 675 Gene Schattschneider 622 Don Hilbert 615 Les Frieden : -—400 Richard Simpson _ui—'_r_392" Roy Jo Peltz 339 Butch Househoulder 282 Howard Trustem 241 THEY OBJECTED — When instant coffee was first produced, it was marketed in more than one form. A carbohydrate- filled type was offered in addition to the pure coffee type. Consumers, however, steadily indicated their preference for the unadulterated product; as a result, the filled type was no longer available after the mid- 1950s. FOR MORE FUN AFTER THE RACES ITS THE SHYMEN FRIDAY NIGHT JULY 1 st MM! Ywr FriMfc - Wkm Tin Action Is! (DANCING ITART! AT ?:QQ P.M.) The PINE ROOM — PLUS WRAP-UP OF WEEK'S ACTIVITIES IN MEN'S SOFTBALL AND GIRL'S SOFTBALL — PEEWEE LEAGUE W L Colts 2 0 Red Sox 2 6 Mets 1 2 Athletics 0 3 Tuesday Mets 40 Athletics 32 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Angels 2 0 Tigers 2 0 Orioles 2 1 Indians L'_..:-_::i_:-^iM ••' '•!••• Yankees 1 2 White Sox 0 2 Twins 0 2 Monday White Sox - Twins, rain Tuesday Orioles 20 Yankees 13 Games Coming Up Thursday — Indians vs. Twins NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pirates 2 1 Dodgers 2 1 Braves 2 2 Phillies 1 1 Cards 1 2 Reds 1 2 Monday Reds vs. Phillies, rain Tuesday Cards 9 Braves 3 Games Coming Up Thursday — Cards vs. Reds SENIOR LEAGUE ,..,, ,,(No change, .from -last j«.eek). , ALGONA SOFTBALL W L Weidenhoff 4 0 Bunnies 2 0 Buschers 3 1 Baptists 1 1 Buds 1 1 Burt 1 1 Collegians 0 2 Universal 0 3 Bombers 0 3 Results This Week Monday Games rained out ; . Tuesday Weidenhoff 9 Bombers 6 Buschers 20 Universal 6 Games Coming Up Thursday — Burt vs. Collegians Truck coming for used clothing The appeal for good used clothing is never ending and boxes will De received for truck pickup, July 18, at the First Presbyterian church, Algona, this time only. Next fall, truck pick-up will be back at the Congregational church as usual. Boxes must be tied with binder twine and not store cord. Keep new materials separate and mark clearly. Place church's name and de-nomination name on each box and weigh. If you GIRLS SOFTBALL Novice W L Canaries 3 1 Redbirds 3 1 Jays 1 2 Robins 1 2 Orioles 0 2 Results this week Monday Redbirds - Jays, rain Tuesday Redbirds 9 Canaries 7 Games Coming Up Thursday — Jays vs. Canaries Junior W L Hawks 3 0 Lions 2 1 Colts 1 2 Gophers 1 2 Bears 1 3 Results this week Monday Gophers - Hawks, rain Tuesday Gophers 9 Bears 3 Games Coming Up Thursday — Hawks vs. Bears Senior W L Rockets 3 0 Missiles 1 1 Bombers 2 3 Astronauts 1 2 Jets 1 2 Monday Rockets - Jets, rain Tuesday Rockets 8 Bombers 3 Games Coming Up Thursday — Jets vs. Bombers o not have a scale, estimate as early as possible. Each church is responsible for his. Cost of processing is lOc per pound. Attach name tags nd material receipts to boxes nd deliver to the west door of he educational unit of the Presbyterian church before July 18. The Wm. Bhket, of Omaha, haye a boy. Mrs. Blake is ,he former Betty Murphy. He las been named Anthony John. Mrs. Pat Murphy and son John spent the weekend in Omaha, visiting the Blakes ,and Judy Murphy. ' . Mrs. Milton Dahl, Mrs. Elif* fc.eth Pq3t and Evelyn Cady spent Monday in Mason City. The Alex Reefers were visited, over the weekend by the$r daughter, the John Lozanos family, Des Moines. Dianne, sister of Mrs. i Lozano, returned with them and has accepted a nuir- se's aid job at Des Moines Mercy hospital. She 'was,employed by the Gpod Samaritan Home ^a year and at,the new home when it opened. Mrs. Lozano is employed as operating room technician at Mercy. Mr. Lozano is employed at the Des Moines post pffice. The Wilfred Faulstlchs, Cas- ro Valley, Calif., recently vis- aed his mother Gertrude Faiil- stich, the Jim Bakers, Gene! aulstichs and Art Leeks and ook back with them his mother and" Sylvia German. At Walsen>erg, Colo., they spent a week with Mrs. Wilfred Faulstieh's nother and sister. They -went o Canon City, saw the Royal Gorge, sky line drive, Garden of Gods, Seven Falls, also the shrine of Mother Cabrini, and Reno. At San Francisco they vis- ted Cliff house and Fisherman's Wharf. They visited the Cliff Holdings, formerly of Burt. They E. J. Zen'ddr and <tkr«d daugh ters of, Omaha have been j 'ng local relatives t iof a " "hey are daughters ,a " L. i 1J u A u f*.. c Hff *»« TJr*t ***** in T children of'Mrs. „._,-. Mrs.,Opal gar.Rer and Jto Jlesfie ))unn are visiting relj, tives a,tid friends an, the Algon area. ,They live in "California, ^ The Lawrence Miller family .-attended ,a Ciapsaddle .reunion |t Fort Dod»e'Sunday, - * Dr. and Mrs. L. . . . ., ;ted friends in >Em.metsburg ( ^Uft day. The S,tey9 Qstrums and Jo* ' children, T £ue and lace on the long table inside he door. . Foreign student departs for Swedish home Sana Svedman, Algona high school exchange student for the 1965-1966 school year, left Tues day for her return trip to Swe den. She stayed with the Mitel Taylor family for some eleve months, arriving Aug. 13, 1965. Sana"'left by bus Tuesday from Boone for a tour of the eastern coast of the United States, which will include a meeting of 3,100 American Field Service students in Washington, D. C., and five days in New York City. Leaving New York July 26 on the ship "Seven Seas," she will meet her parents in Sweden on Aug. 5. Sana said the main highlight of her visit here was staying with the Taylor family, but also said that she will always remen> ber the 1966 Algona high school senior class, her class ring, and manage the Travel Lodge, a be- •jiiuureH, Ldiin out; cuiu isvcii^, Dub,uque, visited herVparetits the'Walter Peteirson over 1 F.ath-' e'rs Day weekend. They brou'gHt her sist&r, Kim, home after ^a weeks visit. They 'also 'visited his grandmother, Mrs. Myfa Ostrum, and parents, the Elliot Skillings .and other relatiy^. They returned to Dubuque.on Monday.' ' " >.L- Choir Member — Ella M_ly Davis, Lime Springs, was* given a special recognition at the Methodist Church.of Ume.Spj- ings last month for her de^ofm service, to her church, especially for her' 75 continuous years with the choir. Her daughter, Anna May and granddaughter, ,Be>- nita Davis of Lime Springs make it three generations of v service in,the music at the Lime Springs church. All are active in the choir there. '' 4 , autiful place at Oakland. They saw Minnie Haines and Hanna Ross. At Los Angeles they saw Disneyland, and a niece and nephew of Sylvia, the Paul Birches, and Darwin Youngs. They took a jet back to Minneapolis. Mrs. Elmer Potter returned Thursday from,.several days visit with relatives at Sherburn and New Richland, Minn. While there she received notice of the birth of her tenth great-grandchild. A son was born to Mrs. Wayne Byerly in Waterloo. The father is in Japan in the navy. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE Too Late To Classify FOR RENT — Trailer with additional room, West Okoboji, near .Triboji beach access. $2jj per week for 3, can sleep 5. -Call 336-3331. Write Mrs. C. C:;Watkins, Spirit Lake, Iowa. 51-52* graduation. Bass Bob Ungs was displaying a trophy largemouth bass in Manchester this month which weighed 7 pounds and was caught north of Manchester recently. NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO CLEAN UP WITH A WANT AD Make a List of the Things You Will Want To Get Rid of This Spring — Such As ... % Furniture that you no longer use. •> Farm machinery that you've bought replacements for. 0 Sports equipment, musical instruments and other items that the youngsters have outgrown. . . . and hundreds of other things that may be cluttering up your yard, house and storage room. SELL THEM! Turn Your "Don't Wants" Into Money With a Classified Ad in the Twice Weekly KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE I l 1964 MERCURY Montclair 4-door Hardtop, Mercomatic, power steering and brakes, power seats, beige finish with matching trim. 1963 FORD Galaxie 500 Sedan, 4-door, Cruise-a-matic, radio, power steering. 1963 FORD Custom "8" 2-door, two-tone, standard transmission. 1962 FORD Ranch Wagon, 6-passenger, V-8, Cruise-a-matic, radio, red. 1962 FORD Galaxie 500 4-door, power steering, Cruise-a- matic, radio, white. 1961 FORD Galaxie 4-door, Cruise-a-matic, radio, V-8, 1963 DODGE 4-door 6-cylinder, radio, standard transmission, turquoise. "^'i^ i^^^IsM^*' 1962 OLDSMOBILE 4-door, Station Wagon, £passe^ger, auto, trans., radio, power steering, white. 1961 OLDSMOBILE 4-door "88", auto, trans., radio, turquoise. 1960 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4-door, V-8, radio, standard transmission, black. 1959 CHEVROLET 6-cylinder, 4-door, standard trans., radio, 1959 CHEVROLET 4-door Bel Air, 6-cylinder, radio, standard transmission. 1959 CHEVROLET 2-door, 6-cylinder, overdrive, blue. 1959 PONTIAC 4-door Hardtop, power steering and brakes, auto, trans., extra sharp. TRUCKS ft VANS 1962 VOLKSWAGEN Van, 3-seater, A-L 1961 CHEVROLET Grtenbrier Van, 3-seater, Powerglide. 1962 FORD F-600 2-ton truck, box and hoist. 1958 CHEVROLET 2-ton truck, box and hoist. 1954 CHEVROLET %-ton Pickup with wide combination box, duals, 4-speed and just overhauled. 1962 FORD F-100 Pickup, long box, V-8, custom cab. AND MANY, MANY OTHER UNITS! FINE SELECTION OF NEW FORDS & MERCURYS ARRIVING DAILY!! TAYLOR MOTOR CO. 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