Algomt, (la.) UpfMt DM Mdf ft** Tuwday, May 17, 1966 Win Dual Meet Garrigan's golf team closed out its dual meet season May 10 with a 165-178 victory over Mason City Newman at Algona Country Club. John Hamilton was medalist for the locals with a 39, followed by Bob Smith 40, Brian LaBarre 42, and John Bradley 44. TYPING PAPER, Office Supply Dept., Upper Des Molnes Pub. Co., Algona. TIRE SALE libtral trade-to,., torn BEHR'S STANDARD 400 E. STATE PLAY IN SUB-STATE — Bancroft St. John's, which beat Rockford in Mason City for the district title and has not lost a game this spring, takes on Dea Mnines Dowling Tuesday at Fort Dodge in sub-stale nlay. The players are (left to right, front): David Blocker, Denny Hutchinson, Tom Nemmers, Steve Schneider, Denny Hatten, Lanny Kissner, (back) John Meyer, Denny Simmons, Tom Murray. Dick Diers, Robert Hatten, Steve Vaske, Chuck Farrow and Bill Wolf. Zalaznik Heads New Distributor For Harvestore Blue Harvestore Systems, Humboldt, Iowa, has been appointed a Harvestore Systems distributor. Its territory includes 13 counties within the State of Iowa. The dealership is headed by Lawrence Zalaznik. John Zalaznik of Spencer, formerly of Algona and Lone Rock is president of the new organization Announcement of the franchise award was made today by Arthur D. Hyde, President of A. 0. Smith Harvestore Products. Inc. Arlington Heights, m. Blue Har- vestore Systems will offer complete sales and service on the Harvestore System. The Harvestore System, glass- lined, sealed structures, uniquely preserves nutrients in livestock feeds between harvesting and feeding and prevents losses due to oxidation and spoilage. Har- vestores are equipped with bottom unloaders which permit filling from the top and feeding out the bottom on a year-round basis. The prevention of feed losses and the mechanized feeding make possible lower unit cost of production of milk, beef or pork. A. 0. Smith Harvestore Products, Inc. is a subsidiary of the A. 0. Smith Corporation, Milwaukee. Cancer Living Memorials For 26 From Area It was announced today that friends and relatives have established "Living Memorials" in memory of 26 deceased Kossuth county residents during the. past 12 months. It is stressed that the deceased need not have died of cancer. These memorial contributions were given to the Iowa Division of the American Cancer Society to control the second greatest killer of lowans. "Living Memorials" have been established for over 26,000 departed lowans and are continuing at the rate of 200 per month, with memorials established as high as $5,000. According to the Iowa Division, ACS, these funds are being used to carry out professional and public education programs, to provide service to medically indigent cancer patients, and to further research projects which will eventually produce cancer control. Since Memorial Day, 1965, living memorials have been established for these persons: Homer Tienan, Nellie Nelson, Anna Meyer, Helen Martin. Frank C. Foth, John B. Boyer, Mrs. Frank Mann, Bert Miller, Jennie Gutknecht, Ed Kienitz, LeRoy Koppen, Neil Smith, Guy Woods, Eunice Dyer, Ralph Campbell, Rena Lacy Buell, Nick Koppen, Raymond W. Spear, A. Hirner, Louise Schipull, Albin Spongberg, Joseph T. Meurer, Rev. Percy Carlsson, Mrs. James Walker, Robert H. Bell, and Harvey Rath. Cresco Chums The May Mother's Day tea meeting of the Cresco Chums was held at the Extension office. Hostesses were Marian Frideres, Marcia Sabin, Susan Smith, Dawn Wildin, Kathy Miller, Gloria Canaday and Rhonda Peck. The cook-out was planned for June 13 at 2 p. m. at Call State Johnnies Meet Dowling Today In Sub-State Bancroft St. John's will open Sub-State Tournament play at 4:30 p. m. Tuesday (today) at Fort Dodge, facing Des Moines Dowling. The pairings were announced Wednesday by the Iowa High School Athletic Association. Winners of the four Sub-State Tournaments will form the championship field for the state finals May 23-24 at a site to be announced. Park. Debbie Sabin gave a report and talks were given by Sheila Frideres and Sherri Roethler. Mrs. Wayne Smith showed pictures of their trip to California for the program. Guests were all mothers. Algona AOK A food and nutrition project workshop was held at the home of Leo Thpmsen. The following girls, Sharon Menneke, Judy Berger, Terry Farrell, Mary McEvoy, Debbie Studer, Suzanne Holtzbauer, Merri Laing and Judy Thomsen, and their 4-H leader, Mrs. Doris McEvoy met and made plans for a family picnic to be held at the Shelter house, Call Park at noon May 15. Mrs. Thomsen, food and nutrition project leader, explained the record books and what is expected of the girls this year. ANNOUNCEMENT! THE DAN ROBERTS CO. Fort Dodge Mfgs. Ropmontativo For SAHLSTROM MANURE HOMOGENATOR AND SPREADER, The Swedish system that brought benefits of fluid manure to America; or contact LOUIS CINK, Wesley (32tf) the revolution that succeeded &ALER T WlNE 1.130 Xl.l -^— «•*** -»m . Kniitont M Rtf. I«* M ' *°i Atttoclin le Ro^'i ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. 205 S. Phillips Algona As Advertised In Farm And Home Section . HARVESTORE There is no substitute- for Harvestores oxygen free storage . . . Eliminates loss visible and invisible. 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