Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1966 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1966
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(iow) ADVANC? - TMUKSDAY, AU&4,1966 Bancroft gains state finals in Legion tourney The Bancroft Legion basebal team will make a strong bid in its first entry in the state finals in four years, when they appear at'Sec Taylor Stadium Saturday, Aug. 13. Bancroft won the state tqurriey in 1962 and advanced to the regional at Mandan, N. D. Bancroft advanced to the state finals with a high scoring contest, winning over Remsen at Fonda 10-7. Dick Diers went the route on the mound allowing 5 hits and striking out 13. Vaske tripled in the sixth with two men on and Hutchinson added a triple in the seventh with two men aboard. Hutchinson also had a single in the fourth to lead the hitting. .Waterloo will meet Cedar Rapids Saturday afternoon, Aug. 13, at 2:30 o'clock and Bancroft will meet Ottumwa Saturday night at 8:30 p.m. at Sec Taylor Stadium in Des Moines in the Iowa American Legion baseball tournament. The state championship finals will be played Sunday night at 8 p.m. with the winner advancing to regional play at Bismarck, N. D. In case of rain the games will be postponed to the following day until they can be played. The locals received a blow to their final district game with Remsen, when Tom Nemmers, regular center fielder, submitted to an appendectomy at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. He expected to be released on Wednesday of this week but chances of him seeing any action in the finals are mighty slim. Champion axe cutter visits atliverntore . Livermore — Unexpected overnight visitors in the Bill Wilson home Wednesday night were the world's champion axe cutter from Australia, who has held that title for the past nine years and the runner-up, who is from Sweet Home, Oregon and their pilot who flew them from Al- banv where tlifw harl inst competed in a contest, accompanied by Mrs. Wilson's nephew, Duane Drushella, of Albany, Ore., close friend of the contestants. Mr. Drushella stayed at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Nelle Drushella, at Dakota City, the Bill Wilsons meeting them at the airport where they left their plane. They went on the next morning to Wisconsin to take part in another contest. They all visited at the home of Jimmy Wilson at Thor in the evening. Gerdis cited for sales National League Little League Champions Arnold R. Gerdis, district manager in Algona for the Franklin Life Insurance conv pany, Springfield, 111., was a recent winner in the company's summer sales contest. Gerdis received special recognition from Company President George E. Hatmaker for his out standing sales performance. Judy Murphy it vieationtrtg in Canada tor two weeks with feia- ives Ml-, and Mrs. Don Thornton of Zearlng. Kathleen Murphy returned lomc after visiting two weeks in Omaha, AMERICAN LEAGUE Tigers -- 5 Orioles 1 5 Angels 5 Yankees 4 Twins 3 White Sox 3 Indians 1— 1 Monday Yankees 7 Tigers 0 2 2 3 4 4 5 6 PICTURED ABOVE are the Dodgers, who are the National League champions in Little League baseball. From left to right they are: front, Chuck Farrell, Doug Shillington, Ronnie Munson, Dennis Payne, Jackie Schoby and Galen Fried- rich. Black, coach Tdm Kissner, Howard Raney, Eance Muller, . Steve Skilling, George Hix, Rick McVay, Roger Atherton and coach Bob Shillington; Missing are Gene Hunt and Mark'El- bert. . Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman. Senior League Little League Champions White Sox 5 Angels 4 Games This week Wednesday — Twins vs; Orioles Thursday — Indians vs. Tigers PEEWEE LEAGUE W Colts 5 Red Sox __^_ 4 Mets : 4 Athletics 0 Monday Colts 15 Mets 13 Games This Week Wednesday — Red Sox vs. Athletics NATIONAL LEAGUE W Dodgers ____ 8 Braves _ : 5 Cards ;___ 5 Pirates : _______ 3 Reds 3 Phillies 1 ; Monday .Cards .9 Phillies 8 Cards 11 Pirates 9 Games This Week Wednesday — Braves vs. Phillies Thursday —' Pirates vs. Phillies LEGAL NOTICES NOTICt tO BIDOIM Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, will receive sealed bids at the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa, in the County Court House, Algeria, Iowa, until the 30th day of August, 1966, at 2:00 o'clock P.M., Central Daylight Time, for furnishing labor, materials and equipment required to construct Improvements to Kossuth County Drainage District No. 4 at which time and place the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. The proposed improvements consist o< constructing a new open ditch identified as Relief Lateral No. 24-33 and certain tile extensions. The open ditch work commences near the northeast corner o Section 4, Township 98 North, Range 29 West of the Fifth Principal Meridian (Greenwood Township), and runs thence westward 2 miles, thence southward op proximotely 1.4 miles. The tile work I to be performed In Sections 6 and 7 jreenwood Township, Kossuth County owa. The general location of the worl s approximately 3 miles south of the "own of Swea City, Iowa. The work includes excavating an opei ! itch approximately 3.4 miles in lengtl equiring approximately 250,000 cubi ords of excavation; installation of 4 roac ulverts; Installation of approximately 2 urface drains; installation of approxi mately 2,400 feet of 20-inch tile, 2,10 eet of 16-inch tile, and 1,100 feet o 2-inch tile; and miscellaneous associat cd work. All proposals shall be submitted duplicate on a proposal form which Wi >e provided by the County Auditor o >y the Engineer and shall be delivere n a sealed envelope to the office o he County Auditor of Kossuth County Cossuth County Court House, Algona owa, on or before the time for receivin }ids as stated above. All proposals shall be accompanied b L 2 2 3 6 L 1 3 5 5 6 5 check certified by ani, owa bar* . n amount not less than ten 0%) of the bid, payable to the Miefffor, Kossuth County, Iowa, or hrt rder, the amount of which-check snail e forfeited if the bidder neglects or reuses to enter into contract or to fur. Ish bond after his proposal shall nave seen accepted. The Board of County Supervisors re- erves the right to reject any and all ids, offers,, or proposals submitted and o waive informalities in any bid, and o accept the proposal which it deems o be to the best interests of the County. The Board of County Supervisors re- erves the right to defer acceptance of any proposal for a period of not to ex- eed twenty (20) calendar days from °The a Contractor will be paid In drainage warrants on the basis of monthly estimates and one final payment in accordance with the provisions of Sections 455.110 anc! 455.113, Code of Iowa, 1962 Warrants will bear interest at the rate of 4 percent per annum from the date of their registration at the office of the 'ounty Treasurer until called for payment jy the County Treasurer. The successful bidder shall furnish a performance bond in the amount of 75 percent of the contract price, which bond shall comply with the requirements of Section 455.43, Code of Iowa, 1962, and which bond shall be drawn in favor of Kossuth County (Iowa) Drainage District °the' Contractor shall start construction on or before November 15, 1966, and shall complete construction on or before November 15, 1967. Plans and specifications are now on file in the office of the County Auditor of Kossuth County, Algona, Iowa. Copies may be obtained from Kruse Engineering Service, Spsncer, Iowa. A deposit of $10.00 for one set of plans and speafictions will be required, all of which will be refunded to bona fide bidders who bid In their own names provided plans and specifications are returned In good condition within 15 days after award of the contract. The full amount of the deposit will be returned to all other parties provided plans and soecifications are returned in good condition within five days after the date of the letting. No refund will be made for plans and specifications not returned within these periods. Marc Moore Countv Auditor of Kossuth County, Iowa Published in the Algono Kossuth County Advance, A'inona, Iowa, August 4 and 11, 1966. EXPERT PRINTING AT THE ADVANCE PICTURED ABOVE are the Giants, winners of the Senior Little League championship. They are front, from left, Rick Nielsen, Wayne Pedersen, Frank Black, Michael Schneider, and 'Phil McCarthy; back, from left, coach Rick Slobe, John Chrischilles, Gary Hagen, Mark Olson, Craig Carson and coach Dave Hanselman. Exclusive Advance Photo by Mike Stillman Lone Reek •«.«••«*••••••••••••«••••« The James J. Jensens and daughter Brenda, Albert Lea, Minn., were in Lone Rock last weekend with relatives. Linda and Sally Hanna, sisters of Mrs. Jensen, went to Albert Lea for a weeks vacation. ] MEN'S SOFTBALL W Weidenhoff 8 Bunnies 8 Buscliers 7 Burt 5 Baptists 2 Buds 3 Universal 2 Collegians 2 Bombers 2 Wednesday Night Bombers 24, Baptists 5 Thursday Night Collegians 13, Universal 7 Monday Night Bunnies 11, Burt 5 Buschers 21, Bombers 10 Tuesday Night Weidenhoff 9, Baptists 1 Buds 29, Universal 17 AT NEBRASKA REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parrish and family, and Mrs. Parrish's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gates, formerly of Charles City but now living in Algona, attended the wedding Saturday at Hastings, Neb., of Ramona Gates and Rob Strickland. The Parrish children Trudy, Trese and Julia were in the wedding party. A family reunion was held on Sunday at which among the others were 24 from this vicinity. CLUB HOSTESS WEDNESDAY Mrs. L. R. Kees was hostess to her Knit and Sew club Wed nesday afternoon. SIXTH BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs. William Duffy Jr. gave a party Saturday afternoon hon oring the sixth birthday of her son Joseph Daniel. Guests were IT'S THE |N SOUND! JAMES BONP & THE AGENTS Friday, August 5th PANCING STARTS AT 9:00 P.M. HOTfL A1QONA ;evin Nelson, Steve Kuester, Cathy Jamison, Connie Hilbert, nd Jerry Hilbert. Adult guests vere Margaret Hilbert, Rebecca lilbert, Donna Hilbert, Mrs. Norbert Hilbert, Geraldine D uf- fy,~Mrs, David Hilbert, and Mrs. Celia Deal. The children played games and the adults spent the time socially. SENIOR LEAGUE W Giants 9 Senators 6 Astros 5 . Cubs T _.___ 2. Whittemore 0 : Monday Astros 5 Senators 2 Monday Giants 16 Whittemore 8 Games This Week Wednesday — Senators vs. Cubs Thursday — Astros vs. Whittemore L 1 4 5 4 8 VISITOR FROM NEW YORK Mrs. Hilda Gronwall is being visited by her sister Mrs. Pauline Ebel of Brooklyn, N. Y., and last week entertained a few friends at a coffee for her. The guests were Mrs, Oliver Bakken, Mrs. Pete Halsrud, Mrs. Matt Wise, and Mrs. Nettie Haag. August WHITE SALE REDUCED! FLAT or FITTED SHEETS Muslin Percale Fitted Bottom or Flat "I find that 68' is plenty warm in any wow, There are no cold spots in the house. All the corners are clean. We're ,just tickled to. death to be enjoying electric heat It's coot* pletely different from other kinds of heat. 9 The Beers home in Exira, Iowa, contains 1568 square 'feet. During the 1965-66 Jieating season, the total «?ost to heat it electrically wajj $196,43, Iowa Public Service im Company 164 Twin 174 Full Fitted Bottom or Flat 194 Twin 214 Full Cotton Muslin Cases 2 for 74c Cotton Percale Cases 2 for 1.04 BUY ALL YOUR LINEN NEEDS AT THESE REDUCED PRICES! Reg. 4.98 All-in-One Mattress Pad and Cover, Twin Size 3.44 Reg. 5.98 Full Size 4.44 Reg. 1.98 "Downee" Feather-Filled Pillows .. 1.44 Reg. 9.95 Heirloom Bedspreads — A full 96x108 7.74 Reg. 1.98 Plastic Mattress Cover, Twin, Full Fitted 1.64 Reg. 2.98 3-Pe. Tank Set _. 3.44 Reg. 2-59 Tweed Rwg Runner ... . 1.99 Charge It and Save, Top at S & L

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