Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1966 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Monday, September 19, 1966
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5th ranked Garrigan MONDAY, HPT. If, 19M rs 65-6 Muller scores three, Reding runs for two Garrigan LeMars First downs 24 13 Total yds gained 525 199 by rushing 428 90 by pacing 07 109 Passes atteninted 10 30 Passes conmlotccl 5 12 Passes inter, by 1 0 Punts ' 3-28 7-28 Penalties 7-65 3-31 Garripan high school roller! u r a 10-touchclown assault, broke al school scoring records and earn ed their No. 15 rating in the state Fridav nipht by crushing LeMars Gehlen, 65-6 at LeMars. Coach Beanie Cooper's mer had scored more points by the halftime, plus the Esthervill game, than they scored their en tire season last vear and contin ued the rout with five more sec ond half markers. It was 33- at the intermission. Next up for the Bears will be a ruooed assignment at Sioux Falls Fridaw night against O'Gorman high school. Fullback Jack Muller scored three of the Bear TD's and quarterback Bill Reding added two more and passed for another. ophomore halfback Tom Slack dded another and passed for ne more in the runaway. MULLER carried the ball 31 imes' and gained 228 yards for a .4 average. Reding carried 11 imes for 103 yards and a 9.4 nark while Black had 35 yards n five carries for a 7.0 average. The game was close for a quarter with Garrigan leading 6-0 and then the Bears ground out four second quarter touchr- downs to turn the game into a route. This is a rundown on the touchdown parade: (1) Muller went over from, the one-yard line after several long gainers by him. (2) Reding ran 17 yards to oli max a 65-yard drive early in, the second quarter. Muller and Red ing,gained most of the ground in the march. iack, went 25 yards for a fourth quarter score. (10) Black threw to Youngwirth for a 30-yard t&uchdown. GEHLEN scored its only touchdown late in the first half on a 35-yard pass play, Reding kicked three of eight points, ran for another and passed for the last one. Garrigan suited up and uMd 20 players and get great «f< forts from all again. Bob Schmidt was a big man at his tackle post. Mike Schiltz rah well in a reserve role. Gene Lickteig led all tackier* with nine. And of course the alert 'Plathe gobbled up his third fumble of the season and did a fine job on defense. John Winkel, sophomore reserve, also came in for oh (3) Jerry Plathe recovered hi third fumble of the season and Muller bulled over from the 20 yard stripe. (4) Jim Youngwirth, intercepted a pass and Tom Black scooted in from the 24-yard line on an option play. (5) Reding passed to Youngwirth for a 30-yard touchdown play. (6) Reding took the second half kickoff and raced 85 yards for a touchdown. (7) Muller went in from the eight-yard line after good gains. (8) Reding scored from the five. He set it up with a 22-yard run. (9) Mark Goatz, reserve full- praise from Coach Cooper two great pass catches. St. John's wins sectional 13-1 ovor Ringsted John's high fall sectional baseball title here Wednesday afternoon, drubbing Ringsted 13-1 in the finals. Bancroft banged out 10 hits and collected 13 runs. Chuck Farrow and Bill Wolf each, belted triples while Steve Vaske got a double and single and Steve Schneider a double. Dick Diers gave up just four . This year's officers ersuaded to h<M ovet for ear, Marie Parsons, eha L flene Wood, Vice chaifWAtt.; 'era Fitch, sec.-treas.; and mm l teven, historian. Our chfiirmal», 4arie Parsorts advised US mat we had bsen asked to be guests "uesday, Sept. 20 for a meeting the Extension meeting room, n Algona, to acquaint us with he programs for next year. W addition a demonstration on Hair Styling will be given by Fran Deal a member of the Algona Cosmetology group, alter whidn coffee will be served. Grace Trenary, Thelma Meister, Marie Parsons and Elizabeth Kennedy each received a present from their secret sister. Hazel Steven and Arlene Marlow will be; hostesses at the October meeting to be held in the Steven home.,; Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Marlow and Lisa espent Thursday at the Richard Bristow farm. Mr. Marand Lisa spent Thursday at the ever beforei fhe house plant blooms infrequently with stalks holding blooms resembling the Easter Lily, this aged, healthy plant has some blooms stalks 18- itt. high. HOW MANY SHEETS MAKE A WASHER LOAD? One thing which puzzles many consumers is how many double bed sheets Should be washed at one time. It is best not to make a Washer load of big items like sheets. A mixture of big and small items is recommended. It is good pnac tica to wash not more than two double bed sheets in one washer load. Some of the newer large size washers may carry more Fill out the rest of the load witl S&L's Moonlight Madness I I v»- b? Wednesday Night 7 to 9 p.m. only Bristow farm. A birthday party was held Monday evening in the John H. Harms home .in honor of their little daughter DeAnn's 4th small items which are light in color. This allows space for al items to move freely through th< water for good washing action If clothing and bedding does no wash clean to your satisfaction, try a smaller load and also check to see if your problem is packing too many large items into one washer load. '!•. 'K '!' • I WHY DO CRYSTALS FORM IN JELLY? Crystals throughout jelly may be caused by too much sugar in the jelly' mixture, or cooking it too little, too slowly or too long. Crystals which form on top of jelly which'has been opened and allowed to stand, are caused by evaporation of the liquid. Crystals in grape jelly may be tartrate crystals. To prevent formation of tarbrate Bancroft — St. school won the d Ms. Chuck Kline and Cindy of Algona. WEDNESDAY HRHT, 7 to 9 Ml. SAKE ON... + FALL DRESSES + FALL SUITS + FALL SWEATERS + FALL SLACKS + FALL COATS hits in pitching the win. Goldfield dumps LuYorne in sectional in gr,pe Jelly M ft. Mr and Mrs John K. J«»ce stand in a good place over- arms of T^nka Mr. and Mrs: night, then strain through two Rudolph Peter of Burt and Mr. thicknesses of damp muslin or - 5 _ Girl's Jumpers, Orig. $&50 .;,/. ._.','.; , • • ; • Houseclreses, 28 only, orig, $4.44 .. .. < " : • ^ b • Ladies Street Dresses, large group, tteg. tip to $11.94 $4.00 1 One Ladies Suit, size 14, Orig. $15 (slight flaw) ,,>.,..., <• I $4.99 • 3 Children's Spring Coats (sizes 7 and 12) ...,....'] ........; $7-49 Ladies Style Shoes, aborted in every way,, many Orig. to $1(1.95 :. $1.99 (No returns when you wake up in the morrting) Piece Goods, 4-yard lengths ...... . - ^ - - •' ^cial price $1.23 Odds 'n Ends (some longer),, regular up to 79c ........ 3uC Blankets, brand new 72x90", extra special (only 11) - - ' $3.88 Electric Blankets, guaranteed for 2 years, full size $W 100 Ib. (when full) Flour Sacks, imperfects 4 for $1 : '•'-'-•' tX*t Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts, many orig. to $3.98 W Men's Cotton Anklets, fancy patterns, sizes 10!/2 to 13 .!. pair 44c (great for daytime wear) Young Men's Hopsack Beltless Trousers, washable, sizes 29 to 34 $2.99 18 ..'. 66c dot* .winch is fcghUy woven to remove crystals that have Mrs". Mennet Trunkhill re-1 formed, turned home recently after hav- , ing been gone about a month oh A brochure is bsing prepared a trip through Nevada, CalifCM> in the Palo Alto office describ nia, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and ing the Home Economics Exten North Dakota. She accompanied sion activities which will be dis her sister and family, the R. V. tributed widely by mail. When Carlsons of Minneapolis. They you receive a copy, read it over visited a sister, Mrs. W. R. Sel- to see if there are some new 14 Boy's Flannel Shirts, Orig. to $1.98, sizes 14 -16 (Don't sleep too long on these) 5 Children's Flannel-lined Jackets, sizes 2 and 3 Girl's Flannel Pajamas and Grannie Gowns, completely washable (sleep in the moonlight with these),siies 1 through 3x / Children's Sweat Pants and Jacket Sets, sizes 1 to 6x, Orig. $5.98 2 Comforters, Orig. $7.98 VlD.ll.GU. CL OlO'lA^l. f 4.fAJ.«J» »» • •»• —-.•—— i -— leek of Idaho Falls, that they programs—open meetings, short had not seen for twenty years, courses, workshops, or newslet- They also visited a brother, the ters that you would find useful. Floyd Smiths of Roseberg, Ore., The Home Economics comimit- and the Harold Drabs, who are tee, in planning this program living in California. Mrs. Drab, is has covered a wide variety of the former Noreta Trunkhill. subjects, using many ways to r i^fioiH '^WP^H TnVpme Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood, bring to you educational mater- Goldfield defeated n LuVeme attended the ial in a wide variety of ways. left for Mankalb f $2.99 Men's Long Sleeve Sport Shirts, Orig. $2.98 . ... $1.33 (use them for work or even for night shirts at this price) Boy's Striped Sport Shirts, sizes 10 to 20 ........> |l.50 (37 of these — many were $2.98) v 10 Diaper Sets, Orig $2.98 ... V. .'. $1.'M for the winners, pitching a two- hitter. Hanson was the losing pitcher for LuVerne, which scored its only run in the fourth inning after trailing 9-0. Portland Mrs. Victor Fitch I SAVE ON BRAS SLIPS SLEEPWEAR BLOUSES GLOVES HOSIERY The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon, Sept. 15 in the home of Viola Becker with Grace Trenary assistant hostess. This was a Fall Tea, the table was beautifully decorated with fall colors. The chairman, Marie Parsons, poured. Roll call was a hanky exchange. Fourteen members answered roll call: Marie Parsons, Hilma Carlson:, Edith Jandl, Eva Shipler, June Sparks, Hazel Steven, Mary Rasmussen, Thelma Meister, linda Meister, Sarah Stewart, Myrtle Zwiefel, Grace Trenary and Viola Becker. Guests were Erma Leech of Aurora, Ore., who is here visiting, and Virgie Trenr ary. There was an election of of- where she will attend business college. Her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wood took her over Monday morning." Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Erickson, Rodman, were dinner guests at Elizabeth Kennedy's recently. The Bud Tienans, Garner, were Thursday guests at the Ken-: nedy's. "You can't live crooked and stay straight." Trophies Algona Police Chief Al Boekelman and assistant chief, Rich Groen competed in the 1966 Rocky Mountain Open combat police pistol shoot in Colorado last month and brought four troplues back. They place second overall in open competitioni; Oklahoma City taking number one position from a force of 407. Algona has a force of seven. Sansevierii A 45 to 50 year old Sanse- vieria plant belonging to Karleen Olson, Spirit Lake, has the tallest and most flower stems blooming on it this year than Shop These Harrison ffl :i Children's Department SAVE on ... + Children's Dresses + Children's Sportswear + Jackets & Raincoats + Donmoor Boy's Shirts + Diapers SHEAKLEYS Prices Good 7 to 9 p.m. ONLY// BRACK'S SUDDEN BEAUTY CHOCOLATES — Dip Peanuts — Stars — Clusters — Bridge Mix 2 Ibs. 1.00 REG. 69e Lb. JUMBO CANS HAIR SPRAY 2 for 99c 15 Colors PAINT . . 2 6ALUMIS $ 4" IAHACIH llliillllilllllllllM $1.33 BOTTLE .99" te I 300-COUNT PAD PLASTIC TYPING PAPER . . 57* I WINDOW SHADE Complete With Roller c llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllilllil™™ 1 ™ 11 SHORT SLEEVE All Colors & Sizes mm^ PLASTIC COATED Swea't Shirts 2 for ( Z" 1 PLAYING CARDS 33 FIRST QUALITY NYLONS . Seamless Mesh PAIR OOe SANITARY NAPKINS Reg. • Super • Junior • » 39 t»i«i*n ^ — T- —. — O*fc 28 e 1 Kotex 12's 3 boxes T BEER-A big boost to th* •conomy! The brewing industry each year contribute* over 1.4 billion dollars in federal, state and local excise taxes... Wages and salaries in the brewing industry account for almost 500 million dollars, and the purchase of packaging materials from other industries runs over 550 million. So next time you enjoy a cool, refreshing brew after hard work or play, remember-«-BEER is gooa jn more ways than one! UNITED STITIJi •HEWCR5 ASSOCIATION, INC. Alia* ||i> OK&O.W, IOWA iiiiiiiiiim^ RED HEART YARN . . 9 Reg. $U9 Value 0 Big Selection 9 •40?. "Algona's Leading.Variety

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