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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1966
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276 LITTLE LEAGUERS ON 21 TEAMS Four Leagues Will Open Schedules Here June 13 A total of 276 boys, ranging from third grade through freshmen, were assigned to 21 teams in four leagues by Art Olson, director of the Little League program here. Play is slated to begin the week of June 13. Teams will play games during the three weeks preceding July Fourth, then break for a week for makeup games before finishing the season with another four weeks of action. There will be a meeting for men interested in helping with the prorgam at a time and place and on a date to be announced later. Four teams and a total of 47 players mslcd up the PeeWee League; 104 players and seven teams will compete in the American League; there will be 75 players and six teams in the National League; and 50 players and four teams in the Senior League. Here are the players rosters for the 21 teams: PEEWEE LEAGUE METS - Jerold Bennett, Ricky Buscher, Donald McGuire, Steve Winkel, Tony Forbes, Steven Reynolds, John Eller, James McEnroe, Mathew Gotten, BUI Black, Rodney Brass, Michael Zumach and Kim Hinders. ATHLETICS - Brett Benson, Kevin Jordan, Jim Cooper, Jim Martin, Brian Frtedrich, Bret Meyer, Craig Mawdsley, Bruce Knudsen, Dirk Schafer, Tommy Uetrick and Eric Wiltgen. RED SOX - William Walker, Arlon Struecker, Bruce Moe, Jack Limbaugh, Mike Householder, Robbie Metne, Craig Summers, Darrell Coleman, Mike Walker, Randy Meine, Ray Abbas and Robert Foth. COLTS - David Thilges, Jerry Buscher»Richard Goecke, Timothy Joens, Steve Mertz, Mark Bishop, Joel Dahlgren, Mark Payne, David Elbert., Dar Downs, and Charles Hanson. AMERICAN LEAGUE WHITE SOX - Joseph Straub, Ricky Petersen, Mark Harris, Van Tielebein, Mark Myers, Randy Skilling, Bob Farrell, Steve Farrell, Joel Sindelar, Michael Bird, Chuck Bell, Lane Treganza, Kevin Hensley, Mike Lierley and Charles Harmon. TWINS - Kevin Ballard, David Danielson, Steven Hutzell, Ricky Ringsdorf, Mike Diamond, Chuck Reding, Kevin Shaw, Randy Stalzer, Bruce Briggs, Tim Plaehn, Mitch Kleingartner, Michael Burris, Tom Easter, Donald Elbert and Jim Monson. ORIOLES - Patrick Murphy, John Kunkle, Stephen Ostwinkle, Gordon Schenck, Dean Kern, Bill Boudewyns, Tim McEnroe, John Robinson, Gary Carman, Mark Montag, Randy Buscher, Steven Arend, James Cassel, Steven Schneider and Tim Lighter. May 26, 1966 Bears Open With Two Wins Garrigan's Golden Bears, who picked up wins In their first two games, are shown in the above photo with Coach Duane Kramer. The locals downed Clear Lake, 4-3, and Graettinger, 4-2, last week. Squad members, front row, left to right, are Joe Becker, Mike Lickteig, Steve EJschen, Dick Salz and Coach Kramer; second row, left to right, Denny Long, Chuck Geiisnfeld, Mike Nitchals, Bill Milder and John Mertz; and back rov/, left to right, Don Courtney, Dick Bleich, Jack Muller, Dick Muller, Don Potthoff and Tom Wagner. Milder and Potthoff hurled the first two wins of the campaign. Both are seniors. Missing when the photo was snapped was Bill Real Estate Transfers Stock well, Gerald R. & Dorothy Si Lee F. & Georgia to Louise Stockwell 5-14-66 Lot 2 blk 5 & N 1/2 Hill & Kail's Add. lot ANGELS - Kevin knoer, John Peterson, RoberTcordero, Lonny Reding. (UDM Polaroid Photo) ~" " ''*""" ' 3 blk 5; Titonka. - -..-.- _ . ' WK.X.:««.:.:.:.:.:.-V.V.V.V.V...V.V.-.V. Amunson, A. W. & Lucille ••"""•"••r? AW ' w ^^^^ to Emma Wise 5-11-66 Call's Carlson, Steve Harris, Pat Cooper, Dennis Peterson, Harold Bestenlehner, Thomas Kajewski, Jerry Buscher, Kris Meyer, Brian Will, Steve Sheakley, Paul Martin and Terry Bilyeu. YANKEES - Brian Thilges, Joe Higgs, Neal Friedrich, Tom Kolp, Jeff Merryman, Kurtz Lytle, Mark Kinsman, Kevin Owens, Nicki Decker, Mike Koob, Chet Black, Larry Groen, Dave Chris- chilles and Jim Kirkland. INDIANS - Kyle Schattschneider, Michael Von Bank, Darrell Steven, Mike McGinnls, Marlen Harris, Bill Bernardo, Terry Holldorf, Joey Bernardo, Dwight Coleman, Elaine Meyer, Erman Hansen, Dan Black, Rodney Zittritsch, Allan infers and Tim Zittritsch. TIGERS - Patrick Esser, Eduardo Franco, Kent Handel, David Zumach, Tony Woods, David Shillington, Gordon Hentges, Tim MpGulre, Gary Kelmers, David Bowman, Nicholas Kramer, Ricky Kramer, Robert Thompson, Tom Kinseth and Bill Smith. NATIONAL LEAGUE DODGERS - Douglas Shillington, Chuck Farrell, Rick McVay, Jackie Schoby, Roger Atherton, Howard Riney, Stephen Skilling, Gene Hunt, Dennis Payne, Lance Mueller, Mark Elbert, George Hlx and Ronnie Monson. REDS - Dennis Lentsch, Stephen Goecke, Daryl Nelson, Dick Haag, Patrick Woods, Walter Bradley, Terry Alt, John Durant, Bob Hansen, Jim Haag, Craig Lemkee, and Dennis Mains. CARDS - Daniel Arend, Lynn Burns, J. C. Kain, Gary Walken Lloyd Brandt, Mike Moulton, Jim Cubit, Steven Bristow, Thomas Muller, Tom McEnore, Allen Taylor and Rick Kuhn. PHILLIES - Callen Carson, Mickey Anderson, Randy Warner, John Pittman, Theodore Chrischilles, Steven Ottoson, Timothy McCarthy, Jeff Higgs, Richard Bilyeu, Ron Chamberlain, Randy Smith, Scott Voyles and Tom Burt. BRAVES - Randy Ferden, Daniel Carlson, Howie Clegg, Thomas Moe, Steve Jones, Joe Bestenlehner, Timothy Lucey, Michael Cooper, Matt Reilly, Ricci Frambach, Doug Allen^Danny Struecker and Rex Post. ;, AUen Bennett ' BUly Winter » Dann y R "hnke, Paul mu U If 01 ?' ?" Zelgler ' Gary Kunke1 ' Bonnie Eischen, Joespn Zittritsch, Arvin Holldorf, Gilbert Wildin and Mark Will. SENIOR LEAGUE .r Frank Black ' PhU McCarthy,-Michael ™ MII Ke "? eh ™ adrich . Steve Kern, Craig Carson, John Chrischilles, Mark Olson, Neil Anderson, Gary Hagen and Wayne Pedersen. Mi^fTSmi BrU n« J ° hnson ' Don S^ 61 ^' Steve Armstrong, Michael Skilling, BUI Nugent, Joe Goecke, Carl Klatt, Pat Nugent Randy Studer, Rob Claude, Bruce Marshall and Steve Mueller p-nV^Pfc Michael Woods, Paul Carman, Dan McGuire, Mark ™ » y ' D m £ aSS6l> La " y Samp ' Louls Weber » John Dim °nd, Chris Reilly, Denny Petersen, Steve Willrett, Jack Waller and Darrell Miller. SENATORS - Neal O'Brien, Bob Stillman, Niel Leek, Dan Smith, Joseph Courtney, Days Ludwip, Mark Nitchals, Duane Hunt, Mike Devine, Wayne Taylor, Gary Gade, Tim Bowman and Richard Harms. PLAY BALL 1 Tea For Mothers The annual Mother's Day Tea of the Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club was held May 7, at the Center school. Corsages were given to all the mothers and grandmothers who attended. Piano solos were given by Lorelei Keith, Patti Marshall, Annette Gilbride and Patrice and Diane Bode. A vocal solo was given by Jane Walker and poems were read by Norma Bode, Joyce Gabrielson, Terry TJaden, Katliy Elmers, Marnie Miller, Debra Speare and Dixie Keith. The next meeting will be June 4 at the community center. One of the oldest settled sections of the US Is the Shenandoah Valley. Add. lot 5 blk 151. Appleton, Alice R. G. & G. Brown-to P. G. Gray Co. 5-1366 E 70' 0. P. lot 1 blk 8; Lakota. Dunscombe, Mary Alice Gray 6 Thomas D. Jr. to P. G. Gray Co. 5-13-66 E 70* of O. P. lot 1 blk 8; Lakota. Fisher, Russel D. & Phyllis A. to Wendell E. Dietrich et ux 5-16-66 Way's Add. lots 11 & 12 blk 22; Titonka. Gray, Mary Hurley, Wdw., Eliz. Nadine, sgl.; Paul Garnett sgl. et al to P. G. Gray Co. 5-13-66 E Iff 0. P. lot 1 blk 8; Lakota. Hutchins, Eugene H. & Irene B. to Eugene H. Hutchins 5-9-66 Algona lots 7 & 8 blk 70. Rockier, George W. & Annette Mae to George W. Rockier et ux 5-13-66. Lot 1 blk 8 and N 1/2 Call's 3rd Add. lot 2 blk 8, Bancroft. Dyer, Robert J. Co-Adm. & Howard J. Dyer Co-Adm. to Howard J. Dyer 5-16-66 N 70* in Subdiv. entitled blks 1, 4, 5, 6 & 7 lots 19, 20, & 21 blk 4 & N 1/2 of OL "E" & "F" blk 2 ft a parcel of land desc. as comm. at NW corner lot 19 blk 4 (thence see „, — -•*• i • j g — — ww- • m ui«*Muv*aj *^vsug *U4\rf*W*^tLllJl V Dll UwUAUl * V-LA V J • <*****>M»!^**^^ ^^nf^" "^k. K*n i !Y7nf i ny9HnP!V9V"V!'MK'OTKM STARTING TOMORROW^ Our Great Summer *Big Reductions on Regular Stockl ^Special Purchases) for Everyonel. ^Fabrics Galore! An unusually large collection of Dacron polyester/cottons, whipped creams, voiles, Arnel jerseys, seersuckers. You'll find 1 and' 2-piecers in every shape, sleeve length and neckline under the sun. 5-13 Junior Petite, 7-15 Junior, 10-20 Misses, 12^-24 1 ^ Women's. and Reg. 6.98 Reg, to 11,95 ^Limited Time Only at these Reduced Prices! rec.) Ledyard. Klein, L. H., Adm. to Raymond Becker 2-12-66 Way & Barrett's Park Add. Lots 3 & 8 blk 12; Wesley, Klein, L. H. Adm. to Cletus B. West 5-12-66 Way & Barrett's Park Add. Wesley lots 6, 7 & 8 blk 15. Linde, Ellen C., Am. to Elmo J. Braynafd et ux 5-16-66 Lot 1 blk 4 & N 1/2 Cooke's First Add. lot 2 blk 4; Swea City. Hood, Margaret H. & William exec, to Margaret H. Hood, Trustee, William Hood Trustee; Michale Hood, Trustee 5-5-66 Undlv. 1/6 int. in Morefcouse's Subdiv, Lot 3 blk 1 of Outlets 1,2,3,4, of Morehouses 2nd Add., Bancroft. Linnan, L. E., Exec, to Elwyn A. Stenzel et ux 5-11-66 N 1/2 SW 1/4 25-97-29. Linnan, L. E., Exec, to Leonard L. Stenzel et ux 5-13-66 S 1/2 SW 1/4 25-97-29. Anderson, Priscilla & William to Louise Stockwell 5-14-66 Lot 2 blk 5 & N 1/2 Hill & Hall's Add. lot 3 blk 5; Titonka. Blumer, Paul, sgl., to John E. Blumer 5-13-66 W 1/2 SE1/4 16-94-28. Halnes, Patricia & Peter to Louise Stockwell 5-14-66 Lot 2 blk 5 & N 1/2 Hill & Halls' Add. lot 3 blk 5; Titonka. Murray, Joseph D. & Shirley to Wilbur L. Fox et ux 5-16-66 Lot 7 blk 1 & N 34' Murray's Add. lot 8 blk 1; Bancroft. Smith, Roland B., Jr., & Luella E. to Roland B. Smith, Jr., et ux 5-11-66 SW 1/4 1-99-28 & W 1/2 SW 1/4 (exc. see rec.) 19-99-27. GOOD NEIGHBORS Thirty-seven good neighbors of James Hanna, La Porte City, turned out and helped Hanna plow 180 acres after an accident to his arm. Other good neighbors helped plant 125 acres of corn for Leonard Hutchison, Shenandoah and also Tom Goodner who was unable to plant his 120 acres following a ear accident several weeks ago • SPECIAL VACATION TIME IS COMING BRING YOUR CAR TO KOSSUTH MOTORS FOR COMPLETE 1STOP CHEVROLET SERVICE *Front End Alignment * Adjust or Replace Brakes *New Plugs & Potnts *Body & Fender Repairs * Complete Lubrication Service *Motor & Transmission Repair Service FOR AN APPOINTMENT CALL DONALD SHERMAN, SERVICE MANAGER 295-3554 Kossuth Motor Co. SOUTHWEST OF THE COURTHOUSE SQUARE AIGONA, IOWA STRONG Make Strong Communities "Brethren, pray for us." — 1 Thessalonians 5:25 Prayer need not be elaborate. We pray when we talk to God, silently, thoughtfully — when -we present our thoughts, and not just on the occasions that we ask God for something. Pray not just for the answer to a particular need. If we only turn to God to ask for something, we do not know the power and the purpose of prayer. Pray for guidance. 1*ray that others in need be given consideration. Pray for a stronger faith, for yourself, and for others. Pray for a sympathetic and understanding heart. Pray for the power of forgiveness. Pray with purpose, and not with an extended hand. These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: HUTZELL CITGO SERVICE Floyd Hutzell, Service Station Roy R. Hutzell, Bulk Plant - 295-2362 ESSER DRY CLEANERS FREE Pick-up and Delivery Puone 295-2827 - Algona, Iowa ZENDER'S Clothing for Men and Boys POST MOVING and STORAGE Local & Long Distance Phone 295-2275 - Algona, Iowa PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO, Herb Hedlund, Production Manager Perry Collins, Experimental Mgr. METRONICS, INC. O. B. Harmej "Svper Speed" Tool* FARMERS SERVICE CENTER, Inc. Merton Ross, Mgr. COLONIAL MOTEL Junction 18 & 1$9 ERNIE WILLIAMS John Deere Farm Equipment Highway 18 East - Tel. 295-3561 ALGONA VAULT SERVICE Algona, Iowa JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Oliver — Massey-Ferguson GMC Trucks — Firestone Tires — Algona KOSSUTH MUTUAL INS. ASSN. Your Friend - Before qnd After the Fir? ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. Your Friendly IH Dealer - 295-3501 IH Tractors - Trucks - Farm Equipment KLEIN'S FARM SUPPLY Wayne Feeds - We Buy Eggs qnd Ppvltry 216 West State Street, 295-5206 BENNIE B, WIBBEN, Bldg. Contractor 122 S. Heckart St. - Algong, Iowa SHILTS BROWNBILT SHOE STORE "The Shoe Store That Takes Cart of Yoyr Algona Tel. 295-5371 Iowa VAN'S CAFE Junction 18 & 169

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