The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1966 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 9, 1966
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Red Sox Share PeeWee Title Aloona, (lit.) Upp«r DM Molnw Tixtday, August 9, 1966 The Red Sox won 5 of 7 games to share the PeeWee Little League title with the Colts here this summer. Members of the squad are shown here. In the front row, left to right, are Ray Abbas, Mike Walker, Robbie Meine, Randy Meine, Arlon Struecker and Durwood Long. In back, left to right, Bobby Foth, Mike Householder, John Weydert, Ole Walker, Darrell Coleman and Bill Foth, coach. Not pictured are Bruce Moe, Jack Limbaugh and Howie Weydert, coach. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Pingel-Sook Vows Read at Ledyard LEDYARD - Linda Plngel and Dennis Sook exchanged marriage vows in a double ring ceremony July 30 at the Methodist Church In Ledyard. The 8 p.m. service was officiated by the Rev. Edward Mauus. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Plngel of Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sook of Ivanhoe, Minn, are the groom's parents. Mrs. Julie Quamme, cousin of the bride, was matron of honor and Mary Beach of Litch- fleld, Minn, was personal attendant, Kathy Pingel, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Louis Bellamy of Mankato was best man and Brent Loucks was ring bearer. Ushers were Calvin Zutzs of Blue Earth and Gerald Jacobson of Ringsted. Following the ceremony 140 guests attended the reception in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Sook will make their home in Mankato where he will be a senior and she will be a junior at the State College. Sook is employed for the summer with the Green Giant Canning Co. at Blue Earth. Farm Bureau Sponsoring Tractor Pull The Kossuth county Farm Bureau is again sponsoring the tractor pulling contest at the Kossuth County Fair Wednesday, Aug. 17, at 7 p.m. Entry forms are now available at the Farm Bureau office in Algona, according to Dick Campney, chairman of the event. Deadline for entries is Saturday noon, Aug. 13. The weigh- in will be Wednesday morning from 8 to 12 noon at Cargill elevator in Algona Aug. 17. Minor Crashes Reported; One Man Charged Gregory Bormann, Emmetsburg, was charged with a stop sign violation after the truck he was driving, owned by Kerber Milling Co., and an auto driven by James A. Paulsen, Lakota, collided near Burt on highway 169 at 7 p. m. Thursday. The Paulsen vehicle sustained an estimated $500 damage and $75 damage resulted to the truck. At Swea City, Friday at 9:25 p. m., an auto driven by Emil Hebel, Manly, struck an auto driven by Robert Anderson, Swea City, as it backed out, causing an estimated $75 damage to the Manly auto and $250 damage to the~ Anderson machine. Deputy Sheriff Larry Hudson investigated. Alice Anderson Of Bancroft Dies Saturday Mrs. Alice Anderson, 91, Bancroft resident for 85 years, died Saturday morning at the Good Samaritan Home here where she had resided for the past five years. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the McCullough Funeral Chapel, with Rev. A. W. Nelson officiating. Burial followed at Rlverview cemetery. Born at Bancroft Dec. 16,1874, Alice Winter was a daughter of William and Mary Ann Schenck Winter. She married William Anderson there Feb. 24,1904 and he preceded her in death Mar. 21, 1921. She was a member of the Baptist church and Eastern Star. Survivors Include Lillian Winter, Los Angeles, a niece, Stanley Ashlock, Algona, and Frances Winter, Calif. She was preceded in death by her parents and two brothers. Wed 40 Year* BANCROFT - Mr, and Mrs. Orvitie T. Dixon of Bancroft will be feted at an open house on Aug. 14 in honor of their 40th wedding anniversary. Their children will sponsor the event. They are Mrs. Art Bergum (Betty) Bancroft, Mrs. Harold Johnson (Phyllis) of Oregon, HI. Mrs. Don Larson (Lois) of Hurt, Mrs. George Anderson, (Ada) of Bancroft, O. L. Dixon of Burt, Gary Dixon of Minneapolis Terry Dixon, serving in the armed forces, Mrs. David Doocy (Mary Ellen) of Bancroft, Bill Dixon and Harold Dixon of Dixon, HI. Friends and relatives are invited to visit them from 2 till 5 at the Baptist church. Cord of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to all relatives and friends for kindnesses, cards, prayers, food and help In the death of our beloved husband, father, son and brother. The Family of Douglas Guerdet.(60*) FOR SALE FORMER KELLEY LUMBER PROPERTIES At Algona: Office building, Lumberyard, shop and storage buildings — on area leased from C. M. and ST. P. Ry. At Sexton: Small house and approximate* ly T acre of land. At Ottosen: Lumberyard building and blacksmith shop. All must be sold to make distribution. Deed and abstract will be provided on the Sexton and Ottosen properties. Assignment of present lease on Algona properties. Contact L. W. NITCHALS, Lawyer Algona, Iowa Telephone: 295-2713 (59-60-61-62) • • • •*•*•*»*•*»*• »»-! ~*\v. The Friendly Store Back-to-School FURNITURE BEST BUYS! NO MONEY DOWN At lirtl«Q$$1.25 P»rW«ek Payable Monthly Ready-to-Finish KNOTTY PINE CHEST 88 NO MONEY DOWN *16 $1.25 Per Week, Payable Monthly Decorate a dormitory or fix up Junior*! 'n Sis's rooms for the ichool yearl 4-drawer chest 15x27x36" high tor lots of storage •pace! Paint, varnish or itain it, «-»/i4 5-Drawer Chett u-ntr $19.95 ttady-to-FinUh 9-DRAWER CHEST $ 22 88 $34.91 9-drower 15x36x36" high chtit is decorative and roomy. Pulls incLss-W* Itody-to^lnisli STUDENT'S DESK lle.fl 4-drawer desk with ex* tra i mooth top. Create* 9904* study habits) M-tin Mellow Maple Tone COLONIAL DESK 95 NO MONEY DOWN 24 $1.25 P«r Week, Payable Monthly lovely maple finish 4-drawer desk with authentically styled "wroughNiron" look hardware! Creates a decorator look for any room. Smooth writing surface, M-FMJ Colonial Stylt S-DRAWER CHEST N* Mwwy $29 95 Handsome colonial styl* with authentic hardware end "spice* box" top,

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