Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1966
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' til?I' ,' win <'* \, gets set to fire W^r » * , . , . ...,;• TOM CLAUDE, left, witti ball, goes up for a shot during the Algona-Swea City game here Friday night. ,The Bulldogs wbn, 101:42, breaking the all-time Algona scoring record. Two Swea City players, N,o. 43 artd No> 25; are defending at right. . ',^ • , /;.'•;,;. Exclusive Advance Photo by Bruce Ritchie. Library needs books to meet grant demands LuVerne-^-LuVerne is planning, on building a new library with a federal grant and other grants and donations from folks. In order to meet requirements for grants'more books are need- ed. The minimum is 1404 books and the' library has 850 now. About 600 more books are needed. The -library-."will accept books of all kinds that people 'would Mk&to donate arid they can leave thbm art: the City Hall. Someone will pick up books. Call James Mallory or Mrs. Harr,y Naffzig- ers ait LuVerne or Mrs. Wm. Goets'cih, tiyermore. Mrs. Clem Stripling family visited Wednesday- with her aunt the Elmer Emerys, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Herman Him had her Canasta Club 'Thursday with Above all, your wecjding reflects you, down to the smallest detail. When choosing the bridal stationery for your wedi|iing; nee'dSi .et "ur services guide you, ";x H}.* \'. ''•'.'•^i'-- > .,': /;• •.•'-.: ••- ,• fidvance Publishing Co. , "JUST EA$Tfi |P* ^pLjRTHOUSE" . '•'- .• .. •''•.'• • " ••••; v¥xV '-.!-. h;^-;.- i : • ''"• ' ;•- • -•••••: • guest, Mrs, R. T."'Mueller; High score went to Mrs. Fay Harmon and low to Mrs. Jessie Stripling. The Frank Gronbachs, Richard Grontoachs and Clarence Nielsens attended the Lutefisk supper at the Lutheran church in Bode, Thursday. Mrs. Bess Connelly, Bancroft, returned Tuesday after two weeks with her cousin, Mrs. Jesse Stripling. Mr»i Frank Grohbach was a guest at a party at Mrs. Dora Gronbach's, tivermore, Tuesday. Mrs. Bud Kubly had an operation Thursday miorning at the Lutheran, hospital, Fort v Dodge. She is recovering satisfactorily. Blue Earth here in tough *• ' one Saturday The AlgoTV wr.2?tting team Smothered fc-therville Saturday night there, 32-6, to make it two dual victories In a row. Botih tearn^ were represented by a varsity member in each weight, and Algoma won tan of the 12 weight classes. Probably the outstanding nrntch 0'? the evenltiig was in the 112-pound class where freshman Tom Lain,g took a 16-9 rtecision \f or his first vars'ty win. Laing was ahead 6-2 after the first pariod and it was 11-9 at the end of, the 'second period in this fast-moving match. Defending state champ .Larry. Munger continued his winiiring ways in the 120 pound class by beating Heywood of Estherville 4-L Heywood is a double jointed individual: wlip Mung&r met and beat in the 112-lb. class la^tyeiar, and appears to be impossible to pin';":;;' ' v.j,;,' ' •.''";' ;'. " '.',•'. Roger Menneke got the only fall of the ,eyening for .the varsity iti .. exactly three' minutes over Ballen of Estherville. This wats Menneke's first varsity .win, after getting a draw last week at ' ' [GRID GUESSERS CONTEST An Austin, Texas man, John McDowell, won last week's Advance Football Guessing Contest as he missed just 'four' of the 20 games in a week With lots of minor and major upsets. Second .place Bended in * . tie with Mrs. George -Bau( mann, Lakota, and, Gary Sherman, Algona, both missing just five games and their fotal point guess was both the same — 48. So they share second and third prizes of $5 and $3, '? On the honor roll with six misses .were Art Groen, Jack Fraser, Mrs. Charles Hoffmann, all of Algona; Arnold AnclreaSen, Minneapolis; Danny Kohlhaas, Burt; and Arthur Klein> Sexton. ' *• ' \ '* ^ • •• .'• The final contest of the season appeared in Monday's Advance. s ',.'..''•' . ' t . - ' " .. .... Following: is a run-down by weights 'of "the varsity : contest: 1 95 i_;'Ga r y Gade^ Algona, beat Kueni; 3-2,, , for his! first varsity win . He was ahead. 2-0 at the end of the .first period and had control of the match all the way. 103— Dennis Peterson, Algona, lost 6-3 to Neppel. Behind 4-0 after the second period, Peterson rallied in the third, but took his second loss of the year in this tough weight divisio'n; 1 1.2 -^ Tom Laing, Algona, won 16-9 over Sundall. 1 20 . r^. Larry Munger, Algona, beat Heywood, 4-1. 1.20 — Steve Claude, 'Algona; beat Billing,' 2-1, in a tough match that was , even ,0-0 after the first a reversal^ man WANT AD TODAY! TRY A WANT AD IN THE . . . Kossuth County Advance end Mtwipf p*r 'Thu Fagff with Shopper Cov«r*$« Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Richtsrheier 'announce the 'engagement of .their ^ughter- Fran, to Stan Engstrom of Watertown, Minn. A Dec. 30 wedding is Dlannqd. She is a teacher in the Wayzsta, Minn, school and he is a printer at the home office of Super Valu Stores in Hopkins, Minn. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Plarry Engstrom of Watertown, Minn. the second period for his 2 points which wias the winning move. 133 — Don Camp, Algona, beat Peterson, 7-4. Camp built up a 5-2 margin in th3 first period, that lead carried Him through. 138 — Roger Menneke, Algona, pinned Ballen, ; 3 minutes. , 145 — Randy Riedinger, Algona, beat Summa, 5-0. Riedinger hfd a big final period after .leading by only 2-0 after the second. 154 — Clint Young, Algona, beat Clark, 3-0..This match was tied 0-0 after the second period, but Young picked up the needed points in the final three minutes. . 165 — Bruce Bennett, Algona, lost to Summa, 3-2. Bennett had a 2-0 lead at the end of the first period, was behind 3-2 after the second, and was working on a reversal as the match ended. 180- ; — Dennis Miller, Algona, beat Stockland, 5-0. Miller was ahead by o i nly 2-0 after the sec pnd period, but had complete control all the way to post his second win of the season. .Heavyweight — Brad Farnham, Algona, beat Mpyer, 4-0. Farnham came close to pinning the opponent in this match, and was in command throughout. .; THE JUNIOR VARSITY win 'was even more convincing as the youngsters lost only one match. Estherville forfeited -in the -95 and heavyweight classes to give ^Llgoria. 10 points, but /the; final of 38-5 was ^he^econd lope, sided, victory of the year for the junior varsity. 95-pound Russell Bird and hea vyweight Kenny Marshall won by forfeit Winning by a fall were Eddie Bennett (112- ib. class) in 2:24; Larry Taylor (l45-lb.) 1:52; and Duane Hunt (165-lb.) in 5:28 Winners by decision" were Wayne Taylor (103); 10-8; Darrell Miller (120) 6-4; Robbie Claude (127) 5-0; Steve Willrett (133) 4-0: Oal Vin Haahr (154) .11-0; and Phi* Bode (180) 4-1. The strength of the locals will be tested Saturday night when they entertain the always tough Blue Earth team here, with the' junior varsity matches to begin at 6:30, and the varsity around 8:00 o'clock. V eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee CLOTHING DRIVE The annual. Diocesan clothing drive is beimg held. Clean usable clothing can be left in the church basement, especially white shirts which oan be .used in South Am? erica for .first communion use. Cosmetics can be used by girls' at the Villa Marie Home in Sioux City. ;j gc gx THANKSGIVING MASS* Mass in St. Joseph's. Catholic church on Thanksgiving day will be at 9 a.m. . v The Good Will industry truck will make a pick-up at the Methodist church Dec. 6. Any donations to this cause should be brought to the church any morning. The Calvin Meineckes of Jefferson plan to spend the holiday weekend, in the oarental N. F. Weber home. They all will be Thanksgiving day guests in the LeRoy Grandganett home, Other guests will be 'the Harold Webers, the George Roeders and the John Roeders of Algona. Mrs. N. F. Weber entertained her contract bridge club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs, Sandy Heard entertained her contract bridge club Monday evening. WESLEY AN ARRIVES HOME Wesley—Captain and Mrs. Tom Forburger arrived Thursday, Nov. 17 from Denver, Colo.,' where they had spent two days. He had returned frpm % year's service in the army in Viet Nam. His wife, the former Julia Raney, flew to Denver tp meet him. They are guests in the parental Pr. Raney and Tom Forburger homes and in the apartment in Algona where she and their four children have been living. The Captain was presented a Viet Nam medal for meritorious service." Ttie family wjJJ leave i» NWrii weeks for Colorado Springs where he will be stationed at toe A.R.A.B.C.O.M. headquarters, i en, and the Howard Swansons, juVerne. « ,\, , Attending fuhei-al services for Lorih Larson 'Saturday after- VlTand fttti, .Ciafence Cailigah (sister) -iaA'JU. artd Mrs. Wm. MackoveU, Pocahorttas) Mr, artd Wrsj.Eddle.Wieitlef (sister), and Bertha „Wletner,:, Mrs< A AgnUs Watnen .(sister) all,bf Burlington;^ Mr. aitd, Mrt., r Roy Larson (brother) and, Mary, and Ruth Mogster, Sioux,Rapidsj Mr. and Mrs. Fred ,Larsort, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Baskett,' Cle,aT,Lake; Mrs. Selma Lee, Enimetsburg;, Mr 0 1 Mrs* Dort, Btoilse, Ayrshire, .ar. and Mr^.. Miles Helman, of Cherokee;.Mrs. Eunice Meyer, of Adel. George Larson, Algona, is also a brother. '-'.', . f* Adel, caffle ifboff biittfc hdtified of the death df'Lotfo L*M6ti^hd is stayitlg Folf thfe tifne beifig with Mrs. Larsb$. Mfl Meyer is a fetifed teadhef and lived with her MS- band, the late Herman Meyer, for,warty years at LttVerwe. Never neeos an ink pad! fast.: Efficient. Can be'custom o/de'2d to meet'any size, shape of message requirement. PERMA'STAMP' will fepro-' duce colors, fine lines, small type face's, logotypes — even photos —, in trirt, accurate detail ..... i. ADVANCE , Irvington By Mae McLean ' • i e»e»»e»»»e»eee»»»»»»»»»» The Carl Swansons will observe Thanksgiving with the entire family at home. They are the, Glen Schwarcks, ' Whiten; the Wm. Stoakes, Ft.. Wayne, Ihd., Linda, teacher at Haward- FORENOON DAIRY AUCTION MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28 - 9 A.M. Lccatad: ,1 mil* west of Fairmont, Minn, en Highway 1(6, then Vt mile teuth. • COMPLETE DISPERSAL OF MY HERD OF , 67 HI-flRADE NOLSTEIN CATTLE CONSISTING OF: 34 Young high-producing cows, most just fresh, others springing heavy; Heifers; Celves. All calf hood vaccinated. Bangs and T.B. tested. Complete line of large milking equipment NOTE: This is ,one of the better herds in Martin County. REMEMtiER — THIS IS A FORENOON AUCTION. Usual Auctiwn Terms — Not Responsible For Accidents ARTHUR FASCH, OWNER WEDEL and CLARK, Auctioneers Truckload " FLOOR COVERINGS AT CARSON S and let us also give thanks for the human dignity which we enjoy as free individuals .,. for the preservation of the peace ,,. for the prosperity of our great Nation,,, for its thrifty and self-reliant citizens ,., for our homes and the ' family happiness they bring,.. for the challenge of the unlimited opportunities which lie ahead, USHION F L 0 OR VINYL 12 FT. WIDTHS REG. $2.59 VALUE SO. Vb. WALL COVERING VINYL "CONGO WALL" NEWEST COLORS 54" HIGH REG. 69c VALUE PER LINEAL FOOT MAGEE CARPET ACRILAN "FROSTY VALLIV" I BEAUTIFUL COLORS SO. YD. VINYL Current Dividend Rate Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. AM A««oont» Fully liuured t Q fl^OOQ Save from the 15th-r-Earn from the 1 All Sayings Accounts ij)sure(J yp to $}5,000 by Savings aad Loan Insurance Corpor^tionof Washington, p. Q. iliiliilillllllUlllllillllllllllilii FLOOR TILE EXCELLENT SELECTION )2" X 12" REG. 29c EACH EACH IN LAID VINYL RIG, «,95 SQ. YD. SAVE fl.OO PER SO. YD. JO, VP, LARQI SELECTION QP COUNTER TOfPINO MATIRIALI IN STOCK "TV" SPECIAL W4 W ' "- i^lf yParlBIPIB ALUM BROADWAY MUSICAL HIT ^ RfG. S4.79 VALUE

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