Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1966 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1966
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(}«*«) Bears, Bulldogs meet in sectional tonight ALCOMA VS. GAftrtlGAN HIGH SCHOOL 7 p.m. — Thursday night, July 7 — Garrigan Field ALGONA Martin, c Esbe, p . Claude, 2b Meyer, 3b Bill Farnham, Ib Scobba, If Teeter, ss Gary Barr, rf Boldridge, cf v GARRIGAN Long, 2b Bucket, cf Reefing, If Muller, c Salz, rf lickteig, ss ;Geilehfeld, 3b Eischen Or J. Muller, Ib Milder or PbCthoff, p Garrigan and Algona high school will renew their base billj rivalry at the^Bear field Thursday night at 7 p.m. in a first rotfnd sectional toUrnahient game. /' , ' , Burt and^Sentral opened up the -'sectional here last night t and,Swea City and Titonka' followed in" the second' game. Winners of these games meet Saturday at 6:10 p.m. while the Algona-Garri, giff winner meets Britt at 8; p.m, Saturday. Algona leads in current games, 2-1 in the" past four years. tAHjhree games .have been interesting and well-played and last j yeir, the Bulldogs , eked out a 2-1 victory on ,.a sensational game' winning throw by Ga 1 ry Barr in the final frame".""'" ' 1 0 Coach Keith Christie will start Craig Espe (9-0) against 'Bili.Milder (3-3), or Don Pbtthoff; for Garrigan. Espe has had a brilliant season, pitching three no-hit games;' Milder has been \ slightly off form from last year's fine record. . ( Craig Espe pitched hit third no-hitter of the season and ; his 9th" .victory without a loss'Sat- urday night as Algona high school shut out Forest aty 3-0 there in their final game before the sectional tournament begins today. " •" : •••'-• ••" ; • :•:'",''/ Espe struck out 13, walked three and hit two batters in his win. Algona scored all three of Its runs in the third. ! Dave Martin and Espe hit back-to-back singles to open the frame and the Bulldogs loaded the bases when Tom Claude was safe on a fielder's choice. • ••• '•'••' Espe stole home for one run and Roger Meyer singled honie a second. Larry Scobba knocked in the final run shortly after. ALGONA (3) ab r h Martin, c ______,____•'4 ; 1 2 Espe, p .:__ ^ 4 1 2 Claude, 2b 4 1 1 Meyer, 3b 4 0 1 B. Farnham, Ib 3, 0 0 Scobba, If. 302 Teeter, ss ;.__•_• 3 00 G. Barr, rf 200 Boldridge, cf 300 TOTALS 30 3 8 R H E Algona ___ 003 000 0—38 1 F. City ___ 000 000 0—0 0 1 Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Nelson, Shrevesport, La., visited Friday and Saturday with cousins, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas and Mrs. Lyle Ellis and Dr. Ellis. : Visitors from Illinois Pictured above are Mr. Mathews, president of the M. C, Co., Rex Taylor, Fred Milker, local MC roadman and the Mathews son. They are shown at the Algona Airport last Thursday on a visit to the Taylor Implement Co. in Algona, area dealers for the Mathews Continuous Flow Dryers and Rotary Scythes. .-• ' . . : ' 3i^llil^ neir a 'rpl»ne wav a Cessna Skymaster, which is pf Jtngine job: One of the engines is located in, front of the passenger area and the other behind and it is known as a "Pusher-Puller" Plane. The entire group thought crops in this area were the best they've seen anywhere and .sales for their dryers this year would be excellent, For your new MC Continuous Flow Dryer or MC Rotary Scythe, see ... Taylor Implement Co. Your Grain Harvesting Headquarters ALGONA Twin Divers ties for share of ,;ii vernier*:' ~"/.Twin high school edged Manson Sat urday night 3-2 to assume a shafe of the Tjviii Lakes Confer^ ence lead. The Pirates are 9-2 in the conference, as is Manson and Twin Rivers is 10-2 for the season. One of their defeats was a 14-2 loss to Algona high school, later avenged 8-4 last week. Twin Rivers mfet Fort Dodge .high school in a first round sectional game a^ Liver more Wednesday. , In the Saturday game, Twin' Rivers .broke a 2-2 deadlock iri the bottom of the 7th when Dave Halsrud doubled home Greg Stiltz to win the game. Twin Rivers scored in the third and sixth and Manson in the fifth' and' 6th. Steve DeGroote was the winning pitcher, giving up just two hits. LuYerns edges Boone Valley 4-1 for crown LuVerne high school clinched the outright North Star Conference title on Monday, by .dipping Boon* Valley 4-1 in the final loop game of the season. LuVerne had previously earned at least a share of the crown by edging Goldfield 2-1 last week but needed the win after bowing to Meservey- Thornton Saturday 2-1. The Lions will now meet Boone Valley again in a first round sectional tournament game at LuVerne tonight (Thursday) at 8 p.m. and if they win, will play again Saturday. Letters to the Editor Mary Misbaich married Dear Editor •— The Marshalltown Bobcat baseball team and coaches would lite to express their appreciation for the splendid hospitalitv shown them during their recenl weekend stay in Algona. Our thanks to' the administration, athletic directors and coaches of Ateona high and Garrigan high for their cooperation with us in arranging for the competition and trip — and ,a special thanks to the mothers who provided the pot luck supper between games and the parents and boys who kept our players as overnight guests. Sincerely, Coaches Leon Vann and George Funk and menv bsrs of the Bobcat team ALGONA SOFTBALL W L Weidenhoff— 5 0 Bunnies 3 0 Buschers : 3 1 Burt— 2 1 Baptists 1 1. Buds . , 1 2 " Collegians ! 0 3 Bombers _____,__— 0 3 Universal 0 4 Results Tuesday Bunnies 14 Universal 4 Weidenhoff 16 Buds 11 Games Coming Up Thursday Collegians vs. Bombers Burt vs. Buds DINNER HONORS GUESTS Judge and Mrs. G. W, StiU- man entertained at a small dinner party at the Country Club Saturday evening for their daughter, Maroia, and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jones of LaCrosse, Wis. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Skogstrom and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. MacDonald. NOW AT HOME in Evanston, [11., are ; Mr. and Mrs. David Sirtarti; whose marriage^ at -the Congregational church: in Algona-was an event of Saturday af- ternoort, June 25. Mrsv Smart is the former ; Mary Misbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Misbach. Her husband is the son of ,Mr. and Mrs. Harry Porter Smart of Evanston.; Miss Sue Blacknier of Iowa City was the bride's maid of honor. Her bridesmaids were Miss Linda Spies, Emmetsburg, Miss Nancy Lien, Peoria, HI./ Miss Gwen Flaum, Madison, S. D., and Miss Sue Chudwick, Iowa! City. Serving the groom as best man was David Pushman of Evanston! Seating the guests were John Million, South Bend, Ind., Harry Smart, Jr., Winrietka, 111., James Ellis, De Kalb, 111., and Tim Hunter, Arlington Heights, 111., ; . - . ;...-.; .' The Reverend Frank B. Har- cey.officiated at the double ring ceremony. Kirk Hayes sang the Lord's Prayer by Mallot and Grieg's I Love Thee. Mrs. Kirk Hayes, organist, played' the traditional •-wedding • processional and recessional compositions. , ''''•. Photo by Poundstone. A reception following the church services was held at the Algona Country Club. Miss Ida Stanley of Emmetsburg presided at the guest book! Mrs, Mark Stanton and Mrs. Richard Norton served punch, and Mrs. H. W. Miller and Mrs. Donald Patterson of Burt poured coffee. Helping to cut the wedding cake was Mrs. Robert McCuUough. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan and Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith assisted as hosts. Misses Cheryl Rusk and Lynn Taylor served at the bridal table. The bride was graduated from the University of Iowa in June. She will be teaching kindergarten in Bloomington, Ind., in the fall. Her husband is a graduate of Northwestern University, E anston, 111., and will begin his junior year of law school this fall at Indiana University in Bloomington. Many pre-nuptial parties honored the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Misbach entertained twenty guests at their home preceding the rehearsal dinner given by the groom's parents at Charlie's Supper Club. BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! JAMES BOND & THE AGENTS FRIDAY, JULY Mi - OANOINO STARTS AT 1:00 P J, THE PINE ROOM HOTEL ALGONA Engaged MR. AND MRS. Gerald Ferris announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia K. to Allen Andreaseh, son of Mrs. Aage Andreason, Racine, Wis. Patricia is a graduate of Algona high school and the university at Iowa City. Mr, Andreasen is attending the Racine Technical Institute in Racine. The wedding will be Sept. 17 in Racine. Engaged THE ENGAGEMENT of Catherine Bleich and Me Baj-tlesoij is announced by her mother. She is the daughter of Bfrs. Ann Bleich, Algona an<J the late Martin Bleich, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Pa^ul ftartieson, o| Forest City, low. Mjss Bleich is 9 nurse at St. M^ry ho^p Chester, Minn., *n,d Mr. is attending Maoik^to college 9t ManJsato. A Sfeptena- ber wedding is planned. SHOWER IS GIVEN ; "Judy Edwards, Spencer, who will be married to John Jennings, Algona 1 , was given a miscellaneous shower June 25 at Mrs. Jim Park's, Wallingford. Hostesses were Mrs. Jim Park, and Beverly Egeland. Games were played with Joyce Anderson the winner of both games. Attending were Mrs. Virgil Jennings and Marjorie, Mrs, Lawrence Edwards, Janet, and Nancy, Joyce Anderson, Donna Lam mers, Donna Suss, Janeice Bligh ton, Mary Rasmussen, Kaye Scott Aryls Gra'ettinger, Ruth Ann Bisgaard, Karen Wicks, Cheryl Rose, Pam Iverson, Betty Thoreson and Pat Peterson. Invited but unable to attend wen?! Salli Ellis, Connie Jensen, Marilyn Hauswirth, Irene Schany, Joyce Thompson, Diane Henn- ricksen, Marsha Oleson, Judy Rapperta, Ruth Fry, Kathy Hei decker, Martha Beck, Chris Stuart, Rosa Guinn and Rose Ann WILL BE MARRIED Mr. and Mi-s. Glenn Black, o! Burt, announce the engagement their daughter, Janet, to Wayne Gfcbkon, son of Fred 6>b- ken, Burt. the wedding is MM- ned foi>Sept. 4 at the Burt MM* ddist mural, She is a 1862 graduate of the Burt high school ind is employed at. the Directory Service.'He ,1s attending the uhi* yerslty at Ames, and graduated from the Blirt high school in m AT OELWEIN REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobsori and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schumacher of Whittemore attended a Hobson family reunion June 26 at Oelwein. Seventy-five persons were in attendance. The' Hobsons and Schumachers spent :he July Fourth holiday at Har- !>ers Ferry with Mrs. HobSottX brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs Henry Traeger. GUEST HONORED . Mrs. Marie Kunz entertained a few guests last week Thursday at the Gretten House, Clear Lake, honoring Josene Coohan, of Minneapolis, who wa& guest of Mrs. Matt Streit. LUNCHEON HOSTESSES Mrs. Joel Herbst, Mrs. Marie Kunz and Mrs. H. M. Smith entertained a few, .friends at a luncheon Thursday at Grelteri House,'Clear Lake. NEW DAUGHTER The Steven Canadays have an 8 Ib. daughter born July 4 at St. Ann hospital. They live in the house formerly .occupied by the Grover Giddings and now owned by Clyde Moore. BRIDGE CLUB HOSTESS Mrs.-Lloyd Muckey entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. .. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS Mrs. Albert Granzow was hos- to her* bfldge, cluB WedfieS- afternoon. ^ Mrs. Ed Hagg ehtertaltted hcf KfUl and Se^ club Wednesdly afternoon. | fh« Arthur and daughter the Gerald Peter song went to Squaw Valley fish* ing the past weekend. . lUr, ind'Mr*. IWon f. H.' mers, Dohna and Tandy, Vail, visited the\My 4th, weekend with hW p_ffeft,ts, the Hafnt Helmn, Alg6Aa, and he* parents the F. Bakltens of Bode. Oth^r visitors of the Harm Helmers Were the Ru&ell Banwarts, sons, Mark find Scott , of, Siouk City, Mrs, Ben Block, .West Bend, the John Polleys and Herbei-t Banwart, Algona. iRussell is a brother of Mrs. Helmers, Mrs. Polley and Herbert Banwart LuVerne Fern Bigings Ronald Stone/ Atlantic, (pent the July 4 weekend with his mother Mrs. LUcinda Stpn6. Rpnald arid Mrs. Stone were Monday guests of. the Elmer: Ferdens at West Bend. Scholarship Lakota — Carmen Cook, daughter of the Supt. John Cooks, Lakota, begins study this month at the Aspen school of music, Aspen, Colo., for nine weeks. She received a $600 scholarship, to continue her voic'e and opera studies there under Jennie To- urel, her teacher at the Juilliard School of Music in New York City. She was awarded the, scholarship oh competitive additions at Carnegie Recital Hall, New lYork City, in April. She plans to return to the Juilliard School irt the fall to begin her; second year of study.there. , -,:•.> , Engaged MR. AND MRS. Merlyn Hoover, Burt, announce the engager ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Susan, to Michael P. Keintz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Keintz of Benson, Minn. The wedding will be held Sept. 3 in the Titonfca Methodist church. Miss Hoover is a junior at Mankato State college, majoring in English. Mr. Keintz also attends Mankato State and is a sophomore majoring in business administration. ' n 1111111111 ni i n 11111 WHILE YOU WAIT -KEYS- MADE AT THE ALGONA Coast-to-Coast Store l-l-l I r I I I' I'i 1 I I I"H"I"H I 'I-I-H- REPORT OF CONDITION OF; The Lone Rock Bank, LONE ROCK, IOWA as of the close of business June 30,1966 ASSETS; Cash & Balances with other banks $ 169,037.20 U. S. Government Obligations direct & guaranteed _______ __ _ 50,000.00 Obligations of political subdivisions 158,502.24 Loan^s & discounts including O.D.'s 1,502,282.36 Bank; premise owned 9,000.QO Furniture & fixtures __. 1,150.00 TOTAk ASSETS ___$1,889,971.80 LIABILITIES: Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, & political sub-divisions _ 1,130,154.13 Time deposits Qf individuals, partnerships, & political sub-divisions _ 696.175.94 Capital 30.000.0Q Surplus 20,000.6.0 Undivided profits 13,641.74 TOTAL LIABILITIES $1,889,971.80 GENERAL BANKING AND INSURANCE SINCE 1899 A, I* Cotton, President K. W- Jackson, Vice President K. K. Jones, Cashier Lucille Seegebarth, Ass't. Cashier -. Bookkeeper {tennis Heerdt, feller WILL BE at 7 p.m, JULY 9 Due To American Legion Celebration .4:. ^ ^:;..,..-*v': r s .j n , SPEEDWAY — THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL— Friday, July 8 ROLL-OVER (Two ear* will be competing agtitut .«h other to set who can sustain the most roll ove rs) Starting Time 9 p.m. SPONSORED • COWIR Corporation • Kostith Motor Co. • DIN'S OWt - Rambler

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