Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 4
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big evening of events takes place Friday, Aug. 26 with warnvups at 8:30 p.m. and the first-rade at 9:00 p.m. 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1966 DO YOU RECOGNIZE any *A these sinkers? Tne above mess of leaders, spinners, hooks, and sinkers were recovered from an old stump in Iowa Lake Sunday, Aug. 13, by Jay D. Graham and his son Jospeh, Burt. Thtey had been plagued by this snag for two years. Sunday Joe got snagged again. So he swam out and found the stump. They used their pontoon boat to lift it to shore, thus recovering their tackle'and everyone elses. The tackle recovered weighed more than four pounds. Photo by Glenn Graham. Football drills begin at Kossuth schools Football drills for Garrigan and Algona high school as well as the rest of the schools in Kossuth County that play football began Saturday. Drills on Saturday, Monday and Tuesday were limited to timing and conditioning work with teams allowed to put on pads and . get contact work beginning Wednesday. Coach Beanie Cooper has a squad of 51 varsity players, not including freshmen, drilling iat Garrigan. Cooper reported most players reported in good physical condition. He has 8 lettermen returning from last year's squad. At Algona high school, 66 boys including freshmen are drilling for the Algona high school team. Coach Keith Christie, beginning his first year as head coach replacing the departed Jim Hershberger, reported his staff as working on determining the boys with agility and speed and would get into more serious contact work as the week progresses. Both schools open their seasons on Friday night, Sept. 9, just a little over two weeks away. Weidenhoff and Bunnies share softball title Weidenhoff and the Bunnies, the two front-runners in the Algona men's softball league all season, finished uo their regular seasons in a virtual tie for first place in the league which will end Thursday night. Weidenhoff had an 11-1 mark while the Bunnies played one more game and were 12-1. And if things work out according to past records, the two mav meet in a playoff Tuesday night for the city title. The city touraime>Tit nittinp the top four clubs will start Monday with the Bunnies meeting Buschors and Weidenhoff facing Burt. The winners play Tuesday anrl if it is the Bunnies and Weidenhoff's, this should b° a top game to end the season aA;well as decided the title. j^^-»<:- v w Bunnies _ 12 ; Weidenhoff 11 Buschers 9 Burt 7 Baptists „ - 4 Buds 4 Bombers 3 1( Collegians 2 Universal -. _ - 2 Monday Games Baptists 7, Bombers 6 Burt 11, Buschers 10 Tuesday Games Weidenhoff 19, Buds 9 Bunnies 31, Universal 6 Thursday Game Collegians vs. Burt. Klekoff lor Booster Glib A kickoff meeting for the Garrigan Booster club will be held Monday, Aug. 29 at 8 p.m. in the Garrigan gym. The Bear football team will be on hand to demonstrate and explain a number of football plays and hints for spectators to enjoy the sport more. The public is invited and families are welcomed. Free refreshments will bs served following the demonstration. 200 persons attend annual Co-op, meeting The Lone Rock Cooperative Exchange Company held their annual meeting Tuesday evening in the Lone Rock school building. There were approximately 200 persons in attend'ance. The report showed $2,282,667.49 of gross sales with a net savings of $85,302.83. Both the gross sales and savings were up. Ralph Bierstedt was re-elected to the board of directors. Guest speaker for the evening was Bill Turner who is with Felco-Statex of Fort Dodge. Door prizes were won by Bill Gifford and Mrs. Gene Tigges. Mrs. Milfred Mitchell won a chair and Bernard Tigges won snow tires. Many other numerous prizes were given. The ladies of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church served lunch. Mr. L. W. Geitzenauer is the manager of the co-op. Promenaders at airport Saturday The Algona Promeniaders will be dancing Saturday, August 27 at the Algona municipal airport to Ken Bower of Des Moines. The dance will beigin at 8:30. In case of rain, the dance will be at the VFW hall. AH squarev dancer&:> and/; tators are welcome. 'Clad'show draws many exhibitors The North Central Iowa Gladiolus Society held their 32nd exhibition Aug. 13-14, 'in the Algona high school gymnasium. Thirty-one exhibitors competed. Champion and reserve winners were: Open Class (100-200) - Single Spike — Ralph Hurlbut, Sioux City; Theodore Jensen, Sioux Rapids. (300-400-500) Single Spike — Kathy Proeger, Bel- j bee. Karen Seely and Patty Seh mond. Three Spike — Kathy ulz. She will marry Keith Seely Proeger, Belmond; Wayne Goe- Sept. 4 at Whittemore. dicke, Spencer. Basket Division' — John Schimmel, Algona. Vase Division — Mrs. L6la Hurlbut, Sioux City. Arrangement — Mrs. Dennis Capesius, Emmetsburg; Mrs. Lela Hurlbut, Sioux City. Corsage — Mrs. Thelma Goedicke, Spencer. Wedding Bouquet — Mrs. Dennis Capesius, Emmetsburg. Public 'Choice — Ralph Hurlbut, Sioux City. 4-H Division - Single Spike — Frank Becher, Burt; Kim Mar- MlSCELLANEOUS SHOWER Kendra Seely was the honoree at a miscellaneous bridal shower Monday evening, Aug. 15, at the First LiitheHin church. Hostesses were her aunts, Mrs. Lillian Anderson and Mrs. Ruth Davidson, Wahoo, Neb.; Mrs. Evelyn Sor- erisen, Iowa City; and Mrs. Emma Hagg, Mrs. Lucille Johnson, Mrs. Mildred Johnson and Mrs. Hi B. Seely; all Algona; and a cousin, Mrs. Kendall Wieland, of Wesley. Mrs. Wieland poured coffee, and Patty Schulz served punch. Kendra was assisted in opening gifts by Mary Ann Sigs- Two Wesley girls take vows tinek, Wesley. Arrangement — Mark Mawdsley, Burt; Steve Wolter, W h i 11 e m o r ei. John Schimmel, Algona and Don Melson, Newel pledged 50 bulbs to 4-Hers who did not win a grand or reserve champion'ribbon. Junior Division • Single Spike - Barb Proeger, Belmond; David Charles, Algona. Three Spike — Barb Proeger, Belmond; Jon Morey, West Bend. Arrangement — Jon Morey, '-West Bend; David Charles, Algona. Seedling Class - Open Division - Single Spike — Ralph Hurlbut, Sioux City; Luther Proegerj Belmond. Three Spike — Luther Proeger, Belmond; Ralph Hurlbut, Sioux City. Area students receive degrees Three area residents were among the 414 Drake University students awarded' degrees at Summer Commencement, Aug. 19 in Drake Stadium. Receiving bachelor of science degrees from the college of education were: Bonnie Lee Winter, Algona; Catherine A. Schade, Biut^and'Helen^MTheight Daley,- LuVerne. Sister Donna, Jean Licklteig and Sister Mary St. Clare Wingert, former resident of Wesley, pronounced' first temporary ypws as Presentation. Sisters in the profession ceremony held in St. Columbkille church, Dubu qiie, on August 22. The Mosi Rev. Loras.J. Walters presided it, the ceremony. . i'A new i feature of this cere mony was'that the novices were escorted to 'the altar by their parents. With Sister Donna Jean \Vere her patents, Mr. and Mrs .Urban Lickteig; with Sister St Clare, Mr. and Mrs. Clare Win gert. With the taking of vows, thes Sisters transfer from the novi tiate where they spent'the pas three years, to the juniorate a Mt. Loretto, the Presentation motherhouse. During the nex two years they will continue their religious, formation an complete their, college and pro fessional training in preparatdor for work in -the schools of tb Presentation Sisters. Breaks neck as car crashes near Elmore An Ocheyedan man, 25-year Id Dale L. Wilson, suffered a woken neck and was taken to Rochester, Minn, hospital in a tie-car crash on wet, slippery lavement two miles south of Elmore, Minn, on highway 169 bout 2:50 p.m. Saturday. His car, a 1965 Oldsmobile, /as demolished when he lost pntrol and went off the right ide of the road. The machine oiled over three-quarters of the fray and hit an embankment and farm gate on the Tom Gocke ield, doing about $25 damage to he gate. Patrolman Ed Lymn, who instigated, reported Wilson was raveling at an excessive rate of speed and filed failure to have control charges against him. OEO meeting dated here Friday There will be a public OEO meeting in the Kossuth County Jourt House Friday, Aug. 26, at 8 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to elect a new 16-member Advisory Board to administer the Kossuth County Poverty Program. Six members of this 16 member committee will be low income persons elected by low income residents. Mr. Peter Hart, director, will attend the meeting and discuss plans for the coming year. All interested persons are urged to attend. port, Decker had stopped .at a stop sign at the intersectiQii of 'hillips and McGregor, and t*rr> ceedexl to go ahead. But finding that Ihere was traffic, he back' ed Up, hitting Voyles' Honda. There were no injuries or charges in the mishap. Ralph Kennes honored on 25th anniversary Livermore — A surprise three course 7 o'clock dinner and soo ial evening was held at the John Bormann home, St. Joe, Siatur- day evening, for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kenne, Livermore, in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. The four-tier wedding cake was baked and decorated by Mrs Bormann. The tables were decorated in the anniversary theme and the center piece used was Mrs. Bormann's handwork. As sisting the Bormanns, and at lending were the Tom Bor manns, Ernie Gales family, Mar vin Redings, Jobie Geisheckers and Francis and Mike Kenne, al Evermore, Francis and Norman Sormann, St. Joe. The birthdays of John Jr., Bar bara Geis'hecker, Charles Gale and Phillip Reding were held. Felilon mail on Bureau committee Paul Bernhard, Fentbn, .was Wanted Monday a member of the 1967 Iowa Farm Bureau bowling committee by Iowa Farm Bureau president J. Merrill Anderson. stock car races here Friday This Friday, Aug. 26, will be the big Kossuth Speedway Stock [Jar championship race. One of the faster modified sportsman cars to be watching will be Marv Gangsted's Special driven by Bud Peterson of Algona, This car in the past few weeks has been a thorn in the sids of the point leaders. Marv and Bud have combined their efforts as mechanic and driver to be one of the cars to beat. The Orange number 16 will be seen this Friday along with another popular car, Doocy's Blue 2. The point spread .between point leader Gerie Schattschneider and Second place car'Jim Edg- ,ingt0n is. .Only 97 points • so--'no one will know who will win the coveted trophy until the last checkered flag is given. Along with the championship races there will be a special cliarnpionship Powder Puff race. The spectators will also have a chance at a fine prize. Ken's Auto Service will be giving away a good used Automobile to some lucky person in the crowd. This FOR SALE Backing auto strikes Honda A Honda owned by Steven R, Voyles was damaged to the extent of $75 in an accident in volving the cycle and an auto driven by William H. Decker Algona, Tuesday. According to the police re . IN THt DISTRICT COURT OF THt STATt OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTM COUNTY N THI MATTER NOTICE ESTATE OF Grace J. Brpnsorv Deceased. You are hereby notified that on the 23rd day of August, 1966, the lost will and testament of Grace J. Bronsorv, de- ceasejd bearing date of the 7th day of uly, 1963, was admitted to probate n he above named court and that John L. Sronson was appointed executor of said ^Notice Is further given that any action o set aside said will must be brought n •he district court of said county within one year from the date of the second jUbllcation of this notice, • or thereafter 30 forever borred. 4 Notice Is further given that all persons ndebted.to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the under- slaned, and creditors haying claims against said estate shall file them ;wth the' clerk of tho above named district "ourt, as provided by law, duly, authenticated, for allowance; and unless so. filed within =lx months from the second publication of -this notice (unless ether- wise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereof tei be forever barred. • Dated this 23rd day of August, 1966. John L. Bronson Executor of said Estate- Tacoma, Washington Address Winkel & Winkel Attorneys for said Executor Algona, Iowa Address Date of second publication 1st day of September, 1966. • Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 25 and Sept. 1, 1966. • FAIRMONT SPEEDWAYS PRESENTS STOCK CAR RACES "The Midwest's Fastest, High Banked, V 2 Mile Race Track" FRIDAY, AUG. 26th -9 P.M. Postponed From Aug. 21st Due To Rain SUNDAY, AUG. 28th-9 P.M. Regular Night of Racing Program MARTIN COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS FAIRMONT, MINN. BY Realtors-Insurers FARMS Acreage near Whittemore, approximately 21 acres. 23 Acres 5 miles west of Algona, near new home, fireplace. 160 a'cres near Lakota. ' 320 acres near Wesley, cash or contract. 80 Acres near Whittemore, contract. 183 Acres near Cylinder, cash. 240 Acres near Bancroft, contract. 208 Acres near Bancroft, cash sale, 130 Acres near St. Joe, contract. 160 and two 180 Acres near Kossuth. to and his grand champion Baby Beef at the Kossuth County Fair Kossuth County Speedway Championship STOCK CAR RACES Friday, August 26 • CHAMPIONSHIP RACES • FREE CAR TO BE GIVEN AWAY • POWDER PUFF CHAMPIONSHIP ADMISSION — ADULTS $1-25, CHILDREN 25c Kossuth County Fairgrounds-Algona, la, eeeteeeeeteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeteeeeeet HOMES • 6 Acres, situated 3 /4 mile north and east of Algona, excellent home and outbuildings. f) 18 Acres southeast of Algona in beautiful setting, 3 bedroom ranch-type home, fireplace in living room, Has large outbuilding which can be used for multiple purposes. t) 21 Acres on west edge of Whittemore. Nice 4-bedroom house and full bath up, '/2-bath down. Large double garage and 2 good outbuildings. • 110 East Kennedy — 3 bedrooms plus den, two story house. • 1421 East Linden—near new 3-bedroom, split level home. Separate family room and den, double closets, large, attached garage. 9 1308 East Lucas — 3-bedroom, one-story, living room, kitchen, full bath. 9 1410 East Elm—New 3-bedroom ranch-type home, closed- in porch and real nice bar and recreational room in basement. Attached, single garage. •) 1309 East Lucas — Near new 3-bedroom, Urge kitchen and dining space, screened-in porch, single detached garage. • 3 large bedrooms, split level home, nice kitchen, living room, family room, recreational room. • 3-bedroom ranch-type home, good size kitchen and dining space, nice living room, recreational room in basement. a) New 3-bedroom ranch style, extra large kitchen, west edge of town. • FOUR LOTS IN ALGONA FOR SALE. CALL OR SEE A. J. RICKLEFS or JIM GEELAN Offic« PROM 2W-2491 The Linde Implement Co. of Swea City offers its sincere congratulations to Dennis Uthof of Fenton, who showed the Grand Champion 4-H Baby Beef at the Kossuth County Fair last week. We were extremely proud to have purchased the animal at the Fair auction. Linde's has always been a firm backer of the 4-H youth groups. They are the backboiw of our farm youths and we are always happy to give them a boost in their projects. So hats off again Uthof — and to ALL the 4-H young people who showed livestock at the Kossuth Fair. We're proud of you! •MiJ'ii*! ii •••mi ... . . ~ LINDE IMPLEMENT CO. SWEA CITY, IOWA

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