Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1966 · Page 6
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4-ALOONA (low*) ADVANCI MONDAY, AUG. \ t If** ....„»-.„. ... ........—^ _.,,„,,..../ .... . ,•, Only six golfers left in local tournament Two newcomers to the semifinals of the Algona Country Club golf tournament, Chuck .Sheakley and Mark Secley, advanced in the golf meet now underway at the local club. Craig Smith is a third semifinalist and the winner of the Dr. Harold Erickson and Frank Rueb match will be the fourth semi finalist. The meet will conclude in mid-August. Results thus far in the championship and other flightss follows: CHAMPIONSHIP First Round Dr. Harold Erickson over Dick Thorsen, 2 & 1. Frank Rueb over John Hamilton 7 & 6. Mark Seelcy over Clayton Pit- tmah, 1 up. Bob McCullough over Brian Lafiarre. Craig Smith over Dr. J. B. Harris. Dr. LeRoy Strohman over Julie Chrischilles, 1 up. Doug Diekman over Frank Moulton. Chuck Sheakley over Jack Williams, 2 up. THIRD FLIGHT First Round Walt Hagen over Chalmer Read, 4 & 3. Mike Schmidt over John Shaw, 5 & 4. Chuck Hinken over Bruce Olson, 3 & 1. Semifinals Schmidt over Hinken, 3 & 1. FOURTH ROUND First Round over Gordon Semifinals Jensen over Kinsman. Kolp over Richardson, 1 up. FIFTH FLIGHT First Round Paul McBride over Gordon Schmidt. Steve Chrischilles over M. J. Mowers. Leon Laird over Bill Studer. Les Kenyon over Nels Anderson. Semifinals Chrischilles over McBride, 3 & 2. Laird over Kenyon. SIXTH FLIGHT First Round Rex Taylor over Donald Kingfield. Dr. Dean Koob over Maynard Miller. John Claude over Kim Sloni Vern Jensen Winkel, 5 & 3. Dean Kinsman over Kraft. Dr. R. K. Richardson over LeRoy Geving. Jim Kolp over Gary Hagen. Senior girls soft ball champions Bill Kraft over Lloyd Robinson. Semifinals Taylor over Koob. Kraft over Claude. SEVENTH FLIGHT First Round Bud Ferris over Walt Bradley, 4 & 3. C. T. Williams over Jerry Cowan. John Nauhpltz - bye. Miles Sloniker over Leo Cassel. Semifinals Williams of Ferris, 2 & 1. Nauholtz over Sloniker. EIGHTH FLIGHT First Round Bob Watson, bye. Lloyd Bohannon over Pat Montag. Ctrl Peterseti of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Emery home of Sherburn. Jane Christensoft, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Chrisenson of Belgrade, Minn, was graduated with honors, recently in a class of H members from the Swedish hospital of nursing in Minneapolis. After being home BACK MOM VIET NAM USS July 21 - Electronics Technician Third Class John J. Clark, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs, Homer R. Clark, Algona has returned to San Diegd after completing a six- month cruise in the South China. Sea off the Vietnamese coast for two weeks she will return to aboard the Pacific Fleet destroy-; Swedish to work. er USS Portcrfield. Duane Lighter over Bob Bom Brad gaars, 5 & 3. Dave Smith over Elmer Cook. Semifinals Watson over Bohannon. Lighter over Smith, 6 & 5. Little League Games AMERICAN LEAGUE _.. W L Tigers 5 1 Angels 5 2 Orioles 5 2 Yankees 3 4 Twins 3 4 White Sox , 2 5 Indians __ 1 6 Wednesday Yankees 22 Twins 18 Thursday Orioles 4 Angels 3 Games This Week Monday • Tigers vs. Yankees Tuesday - White Sox vs. Angels Wednesday - Twins vs. Orioles Thursday - Indians vs. Tigers Garmon Adams is named to FHA committee SHOWN ARE the Rockets who finished the girl's softball Senior League with an 8-0 won-loss record. From left to right they are, front row, Jolene Lallier, Nancy Haag, Sue Jer- genson, Diane Winter and Patty Von Bank. Back row, from left, Diane Logue, Nita Limbaugh, Jan Haag, Lori Calhoun, and Mickey Harris. Coach is John Haag. Ralph G. Pilkington, acting county supervisor for FHA, announced this week that Garmon H. Adams, Whittemore, has been appointed as a member of the Kossuth Farmers Home Administration Commiittee. Other members are Arthur J. Rode Titpnka, and Marvin J. Simons- meier, Swea City. Mr. Adams succeeds B. J. Anliker, Wesi Bend-whpse three-year term pired this year. The purpose of the Farmers Home Administration Committee is to determine eligibility of individual applicants for all types of loans. They also review the applicant's financial situation and assist the county supervisor in his work with applicants and borrowers. The FHA serves Kossuth, Humboldt, and Webster with its main office in Hqmboldt. Mr. Pilkington holds office day in Algona each Tuesday from 1 to 3 P.M. at the USDA building. - FHA makes farm loans to beginning farmers or farmers needing longer-term credit than can be' obtained through local conventional lenders. These funds may be used to purchase equipment, livestock, or to refinance debts. Loans are also made to build new or purchase existing homes as well as the purchasing of family sized farms. The FHA does not compete with other lenders in the farm credit field. Farm and home management advice is given to all borrowers of the agency. TRAIN WRECK One of the worst wrecks of the Illinois Central railroad oc- cured last month in Newell when their No. 676 "meat train" (jle- railed and 42 cars pjled up. PEEWEE LEAGUE W L Colts 4 2 Red Sox 4 2 Mets 4 2 Athletics 0 6 Wednesday Mets 30, Athletics 29 Games This Week Monday - Colts vs. Mets Wed. - Red Sox vs. Athletics NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Dodgers 8 1 Braves 5 3 Cards 3 5 Pirates 3 4 Reds 3 6 Phillies 1 4 Wednesday Dodgers 17, Cards 6 Reds 6, Cards 3 Games This Week Monday - Phillies vs. Cards Tuesday - Pirates vs. Cards Wednesday - Braves vs. Phillies Thursday - Pirates vs. Phillies SENIOR LEAGUE W L Giants 8 1 Senators 6 3 Astros 4 5 Cubs 2 4 Whittemore 0 7 Wednesday Giants 11 Astros 10 Thursday Cubs. vs. Whiittemcire (postponed, wet grounds) Monday - Astros vs. Senators Begins duties as postmaster at Lone Rock Lone Rock — Esther McCleish, of rural Lone Rock, began her duties as acting postmaster of the Lone Rock, post office on Saturday. Mrs. McCleish has been appointed acting postmaster until the position is filled permanently. There has been no date set as yet for writing the tests for permanent post master. Mrs. Ruby Dixon who has been clerk in charge since the retirement of Mrs. Evelyn Bring last December 30, will resume her former position as clerk. Mrs. Dixon has been in the Lone Rock post office for the past 18 years. are sisters. with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Art Priebe returned this week from Centerville, Iowa where she visited her Mother Mrs. Ollie Stansberry and her brother Fred Stansberry and family. David Behne of Denver, returned recently after a five week visit with his grandmother Mrs. Art Priebe. David celebrated his fourteenth birthday while here. Mrs. Engaged The engagement of Jeanette Ann', daughter of the Edwin Wiehtenclahls, Lone Rock, and Mr. and Mr. Erich Seegebarth Kraft. returned home Thursday July 28 Mrs. Clarence Kraft and Judy after visiting several friends and recently spent two days in Cedar relatives. They visited Mr. and Falls for orientation. Judy will Mrs. Leon Larson and Mr. and attend ISC in the fall. Mrs. Ed Mrs. Chester Mever in Roches-1 Bianchara visited recently in ter, Minn., Miss Karen Seege- Cedar Falls at the home of her barth in Mankato, Minn. Mr. and son Delbert Blanchard. Mrs. Ernest Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. j Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Petersen, Donald Jensen at Hackensack, Kristen and Eric of Las Vegas, Minn. The Jensens are former Nev. visited the past week at the Lone Rock residents, Mr. and parental homes. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ed Wald of Tuscon, Ariz, were with the Ernest Jensens also. Mr. and Mrs. John Seege- barth of Calloway, Minn, and at Redfield, S. Dakota they saw Mr. and Mrs. George Harms, Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johnsen and family. After a visit with Mrs. Hulda Schultz at De Smit, S. D. they returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and son Jonathan left Friday July 29th for a weeks vacation at Park Rapids, Minnesota. They will stay at Fishhook lake and then on to the Black Hills before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Grant, "IF YOU DON'T WANT A LOT OF SMALL BINS, GET A BIG GRAIN BIN" Stormor has the answer to big-capacity grain storage at rock-bottom per bushel cost: a "Super" bin in 36, 42, 48 or 60-foot diameter. Capacities range up to 105,000 bushels. ' Heaviest gauge, full galvanized steel wall sheets; hill-and-valley bolting to permanently seal all seams; angle iron base ring; exclusive rigid roof design make these big storage units an outstanding investment. Aeration, filling and unloading equipment to fit every unit. .;. KYLE KEITH "REPRESENTING STOCKDALE'S OF IOWA FALLS" Phone 295-3801 Algona, Iowa • Dry-O Matlon • Ritch Drytl* • New Speed Tanki • Cribs • Oxygen-Free Storage > • Bulk Feed Bint CLIP THIS COUPON DIAMOND'S "WIN A HONDA" CONTEST (IN CO-OPERATION WITH NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE CENTER) David, son of the Henry Smith Burt, has been announced.'The wedding will be Oct. 29. ThHy will live at Fort Dodge whe^re she is a nurses aid at Friendship Haven. She had previously bee;n a nurses aid at the Good 'Samaritan Home here. • . Lawrence Newbrough were on their way home from served the Happy Homemakers Goose Bay Labrador where thIBy club at her home on Thursday u a ,, 0 snan t iu 0 niact e a^n past seven ,. _. _ „ _ Thursday fo ave S p e nt the afternoon. The Roll Call was an- months visiting tneir son who?is swered with "My Birthplace". wor king at the Air Base there.' ; warn S reported on S ' Mr ' and Mrs ' Ornie Behre ^ SoLts from a moloev course and ***• Gene *"** a "d child- s P he J took Ssu^meSemoers r isited at thekesidehome R()berts of Tuesday - Whittemore vs. Giants Wed. - Senators vs. Cubs Thurs. - Astros vs. Whittemore Don't present were Harriet Bollinger, ' Myrtle Kueck, Ellen HolrngFen! i S ^ r , lt • Florence Schroeder, Mildred ivlr - and Mrs - Jess Blanchard Larson, Romaine Priebe and and Jm went to Des Moines Sat- ' Frances Thompson, A. D. New- Ann Mitchell were guests. Mem- urda y to v^t M* 8 - Blanchard's bers who were absent were mother Mrs. H. K. Drown who recently had eye surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Blanchard were here last week from Minn- brough and Stella Ditmer. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough return ed Wednesday from Holy Fam- eapolis to attend the funeral of ily Hospital where she was a Mr. Blanchards grandmother patient tor several days, Mrs. Hilma Erickson of Swea Mr. and Mrs. James Olson, and <^W- .--;.. Mrs. H. M. Olson of Humboldt 1 Mr. and Mrs.-Ralph Gay from were Sunday guests at the Cur- Long View, Washington and Us Olson home in honor of Curt- daughters Sherry, Karen and is Olson's birthday. I Denise have been visiting at the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trask of home of Mrs. Leo Ramus. They Minneapolis, Minn, were guests returned home to Washington of the Lawrence Newbroughs, after visiting New York, Wash- Ruth Krueger, and Ed Blanch- ington D. C. and other eastern ards on Tnursday. The Trasks states. Mrs. Gay and Mrs. Ramus Paul, Warren and Sandra were Sunday guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Albert Bullock of Lone Rock. The Grants are from Dexter. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brinton were also Sunday guests of the Bullocks. Mrs. Dave Ludwig and Melinda of Lincoln, Nebraska arrived Monday at the home of Mrs. Ludwig's parents Rev and Mrs. Bullock. The Bullocks and Mrs. Ludwig left Tuesday for McCanna, N. D. to visit relatives. Reverend Benjamin Meyer, ! former pastor of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will preach at the' Algona Presbyterian church on August 8th. | Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dallman and family of New Hampton have visited for a few days with Mrs. Dallman's father Mr. Dell Marlow of Lone Rock. , The Rev. Mr. James Phillips and Mrs. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. i Carl Cummings of Evansville, ! Indiana have visited a few days a. D Fill in your name and address in the bottom of this coupon and drop in the box at Diamond's in Algona. Age restriction 6 to 96. You will get two additional coupons with each purchase of any Wrangler brand garment including girl's jeans, cut-offs, boy's jeans, no-iron slacks, shirts, cords or jackets. Men's too. Buy more, save more and get more at Diamond's. Additional prizes to be given every week. YOU MAY BE A LUCKY WINNER. Drop your coupon at Diamond's — Honda drawing on Aug. 36! Last week's winner of transistor radio was Lee Dreyer, Fenton, Iowa. Nothing to buy — register Name _ every time you are in the store. More chances to win Address..., every time you are in! CLIP THIS COUPON Sunday Dinners Got You Down ? Forget!! FEITIUZE >. • before yen plow yew SOIL BANK ACRES!! Algona Flour & Feed Phillips Street EVENING LAND AUCTION (120 acre estate farm) Sale to be held on the farm premises 8 miles south of June- tion of Hwy. No. 15 & No. 16, Fairmont, Minn., or on account of the paving project, go 1 mile east of Hand's Park Corner, then '/2 mile south on the east side of the road; Section 21, Silver Lake Twp., Martin County, Minn, THURSDAY EVENING, AUG. 11 - 7;30 LAND — 20 acres, all tillable. BUILDINGS — 4 bedroom house with cold and hot water, built in cupboards, Barn, Silo, Hog House, Granary, Corncrib, Machine shed. New well with pressure system. TERMS — 10% down the night of the sale. Balance March 1, 1967 when a merchantable title will be furnished and possession given. Inspection is invited prior to the sale. For further^ information see Julius Maday, who lives next place north of said farm on the same side of tliQ road or the auctioneers. NAWROCKI ESTATE, OWNERS WEDEL AND CLARK, AUCTIONEERS Auctioneers' Note: Here is a nice laying 120 acres with a good set of buildings. Wonderful location. Just 8 miles from Fairmont on a new concrete paved highway, and just a couple of miles from the Iowa line. This certainly is a farm you would want to see and own. Come prepared to buy. This farm absolutely sells to the highest bidder. BEGINNING SUNDAY, AUGUST 7th AND EVERY SUNDAY THEREAFTER 11 A.M.-7 P.M. Featuring: • ROAST BEEF • BAKED HAM TURKEY & DRESSING f SALAD BAR AMIs; $1.59 Children (under 12) LUDWIG'S CAFE 106 E. State DOWNTOWN ALGONA Phone 295-2116

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