The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1966
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Dfts MoirtM Thursday, August 4, 1956 SPORTS r umirf MAN LL? CLA/M THAT IS M A CUSS BY HIMSELF-AND HAST RIVAL -AUD ALSO A HAHPY VW WITH A KO$SUm COUNTY PORTS] Bancroft In State Legion BB Tourney Right-hander Ed Pitzenberger silenced Bancroft with a four-hit shutout Sunday for a 4-0 victory that let Mason City Junior Legion finish with a 16-4 mark for the season. Bancroft will be playing in the state meet in Des Moines this weekend after whipping Remsen 10-7 in an inter-district playoff Saturday night. Bancroft will play Cedar Rapids in a night game Saturday. Pitzenberger yielded lead-off hits to Schneider and Marlow in the bottom of the first inning, but escaped with three strikeouts. Now! tint, tone or retouch bleaches in less than 1O minutes, urfth COLORMASTER And all in complete comfort. The new ColorMaster process saves time and gives lovelier results! Call now for an appointment. \^L TWIN-CO BEAUTY SALON 708 No. Phillips Algona Phone 29S-3676 Corrlane Lslnf vmmm WIN-A-HONDA CONTEST In Co-operation With No. la. Appliance DRAWING ENDS HONDA "50" MARK TOO - GRAND PRIZE ADDITIONAL PRIZES GIVEN EACH WEEK! You'll receive 2 additional coupons with the pur. chase of any Wrangler garment. This includes girls' cut-offs, boys' slacks and jeans, shirts or jackets. AGE LIMIT: 6 to 96 The more often you're in — the more chances to win! ••••*•••€% and deposit at Diamond's •••••••••% • DIAMOND'S FREE HONDA NAME ADDRESS Deposit this coupon In drawing box at DIAMOND'S -e e .e • e o • Mason City scored the lead run In the third on hits by Wetterling and Turner. Follmuth's single drove home Angell, who had doubled, In the fourth, and Turner and Fox knocked in a pair of nins in the seventh. PItzenberger escaped a bases- loaded jam in the sixth as he finished with 10 strikeouts. Mason City gleaned seven hits off Bancroft's Meister, who fanned 13. Ledyard Swim Students In Water Show LEDYARD - The Swea City, Ledyard and Sentral Water Show will be held Aug. 6 at 7:30 at the Swea City swimming pool. All of the students will take part in the show. Rehearsal for the show will be at 7 August 5, at which time busses from the respective schools will take the youngsters to Swea City. Saturday night, parents nvist make arrangements for their transportation. There were 61 students who took swimming lessons this year. Expand Stock Car Events At County Fair Les Wildin placed third in the feature and first in the first heat, Jim Edgington first in the second heat and second in the trophy dash, Gene Schattschneider second in the- B- feature and third In the second heat and Leo Cnristensen second in the second heat at Jackson, Minn. Speedway Saturday night. Christensen is from West Bend, the others from Algona.- It was announced by Kossuth County Fair o&'icials this week that stock cars from Algona, Cresco, Dayton, Denison, Mason City and Nashua will all be eligible to run during the two nights of racing at the Fair this month. Stock races will be featured Aug. 16 and 19, with a $1,000 purse on the line the final night. MM* LITTLE LEAGUES Colts 15, Mets 13; Yankees 7, Tigers 0; Cards 9, Phillies 8; Astros 5, Senators 2; Men's Softball - Bunnies 11, Burt 5; Buschers 21, Bombers 10. Free Watermelon A free watermelon feed will be held for all Algona Little League and girls' softball participants at 7:30 p. m. next Wednesday, August 10, at the east end of the Athletic Park. Players, coaches and umpires for all teams and leagues are invited. Little League players are asked to wear their official caps and T-shirts. Members of the Algona men's service clubs will serve the watermelon. LOCALS MR. AND MRS. Edward Carman, Iowa City, spent the weekend visiting their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Carman, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Holt, Algona. MR. AND MRS. Robert Otto and daughters from Sarasota, Fla,, were here three days recently visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Otto, and his sister, Mrs. Corrinne Laing and family. From here they went to Fon du lac, Wise., to visit Mrs. Otto's mother and sister. MR. AND MRS. Pete Jorgenson have been visited by the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Morey, Pasco Robles, Calif. Most of their time has been spent at the parental Irvin Moreys at West Bend. It has been over ten years since they were here. MR. AND MRS. Andrew Hanson had Mr. and Mrs. Garner Ewen of Amboy, Minn, as guests Sunday. MRS. KATHRYN MAHQNEY had as guests from Friday till Monday her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. James Mahoney, Minneapolis. They went to Humboldt to see Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Eckhart, the latter a daughter of Mrs. Mary Nelson, who lived here until recently. Mrs. Nel- son Is a sister of Mrs. Mahoney and has entered the Sessions Rest Home. Mr. and Mrs. Sieve Eckhart and family of Ft. ppdge were also at Humboldt for fee day. ANDREW HANSON left Monday for Storm Lake and will spend the week with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R. Tippln and Bret, who have recently moved there. He will assist them in getting settled in their new home. MR. AND MRS. Paul Hilbert spent Sunday at Mason City with Mr. and Mrs. George Hall. MR. AND MRS. Don Meyer and children were on vacation last week at Des Moines and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hammel. They visited many places of interest in the city, among them the capital and the zoo. MRS. ROY BJUSTROM returned Friday from Remer, Minn., having left Friday to visit an aunt, Mrs. Ephie Locke. She was joined at Delavan by her brother, Harold Walker, and Elma Locke at Minneapolis. REV. AND MRS. Billy Goodpasture and family, accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. James Bailey, Indianapolis, Ind., have returned from an extensive vacation trip in the south, including Tennessee and Kentucky. At Indianapolis they also visited with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hall, niece and nephew of Rev. Goodpasture, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smythe. Recently, the Goodpastures were visited by Rev. and Mrs. Mel Sorensen and family of Estherville. Rev. Goodpasture and family are going to Des Moines to attend the annual convention of Nazarene churches from Tuesday till the fallowing Monday. MRS. FREDA STEUSSY has returned from Black River Falls, Wise., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Anna Schunke, and at Wausao she was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schunke. MR. AND MRS. Joe Straub and family have returned from a vacation visit with the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Straub, ST., Oceanslde, N. Y. DR. AND MRS. L. R. Potter are going to Mason City Thursday where the former will have a check-up at Park hospital. He was a patient there several days recently. MR. AND MRS. William Wyatt, custodians of Call State Park, were visited last week by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Harman, Weldon Springs, Mo., parents-in-law of their daughter. Other guests have been Rev. and Mrs. J. Milton Kinney, Bedford, whom they have known for some time. They also had as visitors, who had their campers, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Strand, Bedford. MR. AND MRS. Lyle Rledinger and sons left Saturday for a three week vacation at La Jolla, Calif. They will be guests of the former's brother, Allen and family. MRS. INEZ WOLFE has returned from a vacation spent at Seymour, Ind., various places in Kentucky and the Cumberland area. She accompanied her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Prewitt, Falrfleld. They visited some historical places and went through one of the old mansions in Kentucky. MR. AND MRS. Fred Erickson spent Sunday at Dows with the litter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Kreitlow. MRS. HENRY KOHLHAAS was visited last week by her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lalller, Humboldt. The four children remained for a longer time as a part of their vacation. MR. AND MRS. William Blake and son Anthony of Omaha, are spending a week at the Pat Murphy borne. Judy Murphy is vacationing in Canada for two weeks with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Don Thornton of Zearing. Kathleen Murphy returned home after visiting two weeks in Omaha. Algona Woman Attends School Lunch Course Mrs. Josephine Kunkel, cook and assistant manager of the Algona school lunch program, recently returned from attending a one-week school lunch short course at Iowa State University, Ames. While attending the short course, Mrs. Kunkel studied menu planning, food preparation, sanitation, record keeping, storage practices, equipment school- community relations, and attended food demonstrations. The school lunch short course Is sponsored jointly by the Institution Management Department of the University and the Iowa School Lunch Division of the Department of Public Instruction. FAWN The appearnace of a fawn at Van Allen school at Chariton afforded the summer reading class a unique experience for the students on a hot summer day. The fawn Is a family pet of the Don Adams, Chariton. KLGA NITE AT THE STARLITE DRIVE-IN THEATER DORIS DAY IN "JUMBO" TONY CURTIS IN "WILD & WONDERFUL" TUESDAY, AUG. 9, 1966 FREE AS GUEST OF KLGA Radio GOOD NEIGHBORS KNOW AROUND THE .TOWN & COUNTRY Meet Roland Bode Of Algona (••••I Roland Bode, this week's Country Neighbor, has lived in Kossuth county practically all of his life - and has farmed about 4 1/2 miles northeast of Algona at the same place for the last 17 years. Roland, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bode, well - known area farmers, was born here June 2,1922. He farms 260 acres, is a tenant and also sells DeKalb corn. He has 76 acres of corfy 50 acres of beans and the remainder is pasture, including a large amount of permanent pasture. He raises Herefords •< and has a brood herd." His i' favorite work around the place V is corn planting, cultivating I and harvesting. Roland is a member of the Barbershoppers here, a member of the KC's, VFW and St. Cecelia's choir. He likes fishing and singing as hobbies. Mrs. Bode Is the former Kathryn Kirschbaum of Sexton. The Bodes met while attending St. Cecelia's here. She is a member of CDA and St. Cecelia's Guild and her hobbles Include sewing and reading. The Bodes have three daughters, Susan, Diane, Patrice. Mr. Bode has four brothers, Floyd, Harold and Calvin, Algona, and Herman, Corwith; and two sisters, Evelyn (Mrs. Bob Bickert), Algona and Pauline (Mrs. James Coady), Bancroft. (UDM Polaroid Photo) SPONSORED BY THESE AREA BUSINESSES IN THE INTEREST OF KOSSUTH COUNTY FARMING Joe Bradley Equipment South Hotel AlfoBB Farm Machinery — Trucks — Tirts Allli-ChtlmtK Ollvtf OMC TtiMkl riititen* TltM Phone 2M4411 AlIMM Algona Implement Co. Your Friendly International Harvester Dealer FARM EQUIPMENT MOTOR TRUCKS Sales & Service Phone 2S3-3MU ALGONA Your International Harvester dealer, ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO., pictured above is located at 1417 Commerical in the northeast part of Algona. The International Harvester line of farm equipment and motor trucks is supplemented with other equipment lines such as Farmhand and Mayrath as well as power lawn mowers, boat motors, lubricants of all kinds for tractors and machinery, and motors. "Service Is Our Most Important Product" is the slogan of the Hall brothers and that is why they carry one of the largest parts departments in northern Iowa. Their shop room is the finest and most ample in this area ... and housed in a fine modern concrete block structure. You'll find plenty of private parking and room for used machinery right at the front door or side door, you might say. The Hall brothers and the ALGONA IMPLEMENT crew invite you to stop in — anytime Buscher Brothers Impl. Minneapolis Mollni — Kelly>Ryan — Now Idoa Farm Machinery • FrUMUy ft N. RUta It, Phone 3M4U1 Ernie Williams John Deere Form Machinery BOTH QUALITY A SERVICE in mi VIUIAMI Located east ol Algona ou highway 18. Phone :'OJ-3561 Irons Heating & Plumbing "Completely Equipped To Serve You Completely" Plumblnf • KnllBf Ihttl Mt!*l Gil of Oil VaJU Pumpi W»:»r Sytttmi Cgmpltl* Flxlur»» Phono 295-3640 Al.GONA Uppor Dti Molnti Publishing Co. PRINTING AT IT'S IE5T - WITH QUALITY ANP ECONOMY Phi ltl-1111

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