The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 25, 1966 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 25, 1966
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8—Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine* Thursday, August 25, 1966 Football Drills Open Here Garrigan's Golden Bears and Algona's Bulldogs opened football drills under coaches Beanie Cooper and Keith Christie, respectively, Saturday morning alter checking out equipment earlier. Lettermen from both squads are shown above with coaches on opening day. The Bears shown with Coach Cooper, right, in the top photo are, left to right, Dave McCarthy, Gene Lickteig, Mike Crotty, Bob Schmitt, Dick Muller, Jack Muller, Bill Reding and Jim Young wirth. Bulldogs with Coach Christie, left, in the bot- top photo include, front row, left to right, Larry Munger, Max Miller, Chris Conn, Tom Claude, Randy Riedinger, Clint Young and Rich Black. Back row, left to right, Bob Farnham, Steve Waller, Bill Boldridge, Pave Camp, Don Hagen and Tom Jones. Workouts twice a day by both clubs in full equipment began this week, with scrimmage sessions slated as soon as conditioning work has been completed. Both schools apparently have ihe potential to field good, scrappy outfits - IF, and there's that big little word - squad members are willing to work and hustle. The Bears and Bulldogs each have eight-game schedules, Garrigan opening here against Estherville and Algona High at Emmetsburg Friday night, Sept. 9. (UDM Polaroid Photos) Elect 140 A.S.C.S. Twp. Committeemen Farmers in Kossuth county elected 140 ASCfarmer-commU- teemen Monday as 729 went to polls in 28 districts. Men elected will serve on the township committees for the next year. The County ASC Convention will be held at the USDA building here this Saturday, Aug. 27, and at that time, one county committee member will be elected, plus two alternates. There are 4,000 eligible voters in Kossuth, so about one in every six went to the polls during the nine hours they were open Monday. There were 734 ballots cast a year ago. Farmer- committeemenelec- ted Monday serve as local administrators of the national farm-action program. Named in each community were a chairman, vice chairman, regular committee member and two alternates. Elected, and listed in that order, were the following men: BUFFALO - George F. Alke, Arthur Rode, William J. Mayland, Roy N. Walrod and Henry D. Radmaker. BURT - Merlin J. Madsen, Dennis Lynch, Robert E. Angus, Ed Tlgges, Dean Culbertson. CRESCO-Dean K. Jergenson, SERVICE? YOU BET! ENGINE TUNE-UP Scientific Service For Top Performance • Electronic diagnosis • Lubricate and Adjust Distributor • Replace Points • Set Ignition Timing • Test Compression • Check Condenser • Check Voltage and Current Regulator • Replace Spark Plugs • Adjust Drive Belts • Inspect and Clean Battery • Check Crankcase Ventilator Valve • Check Fuel Pump Pressure and Volume • Check Fuel Filter • Adjust Carburetor • Road Test. UNDERCOATING SERVICE Corrosion Protection — Road Noise Reduction Guard your car against stones, sand, mud, road chemicals. Our underrating will add a tough protective coat to underbody. Now is the best time to come in — to protect your car, to hold value at trade-in time. $28.00 Steam-Cleaning Extra CHEVROLET REPLACEMENT MUFFLER Get Quality At An Easy Price ! Right now we're offering a genuine Chevrolet muffler to our service customers at a mighty low price. This is a quality muffler — it carries the Chevrolet name — and it's built to last and perform quietly. Another thing, we can install it fast to get you back on the road fast ! COMPLETE BODY SHOP SERVICES Sheet Metal And Paint Specialists At Your Service Major repair, collision and insurance work are our specialties. We have the technicians and the facilities to handle any kind of sheet metal work promptly and skillfully. Come in for our estimate. JUTH MOTORS AIGONA. IOWA Robert Buscher, HowardM.Long Harold Sabln, Virgil Roethler. EAGLE - Arnold Duer, .Virgil Tokheim, Leonard Larson, Kenneth Brones, Jim Rock. FENTON - Frank Dreyer, Raymond H. Dreyer, John W. Munch Harold Wehrspan, Elmer Krause. GARFIELD - B. J. Anliker, Clair Reding, Clinton Stetzel, Ray Frieden, Carroll Olson. GERMAN - Evert J. Sleper, Leroy C. Pnelps, Albert E. Sleper, Dick Harringa, Kenneth Brandt. GRANT - James Hacker, Morris Quam, John Richardson, Ralph Angle, Irvin Huskamp. GREENWOOD - Marvin Vaske, Joseph Fangman, Walter Renger, Erwin Heldorfer, Frank Kramer. HARRISON - Marvin fflmons- meler, Elmer Kollasch, Earl Kvamsdale, Walter L. Peterson, Amos Uhr. HEBRON - Swen Larson, Harm Davids, Edwin Naumann, Alfred Mayland, Andre Torkelson. IRVINGTON - Edward Arend, Joe Divis, Robert Mayer, Francis Froehlich, David Seller. LEDYARD - Arlowe Blome, Joseph R. Berschman, Ted Thilges, William Baumann, Burdette Hoeppner. LINCOLN - Carl Boehm, Menno Limberg, Louis Wingert, Harold Kettwich, August Baumann. LOTTS CREEK- Orvllle Muller, William Hannover, Dick Kuecker, Franklin Rusch, Alan Walker. LUVERNE - Owen P. Curry, W. Raymond Legler, Edwin H. Marty,, Donald Fett, Frederick Will. PLUM CREEK- Ronald Gardner, Cecil Long, Harold E. Bode, William R. Paetz, Donald J. Mid- sen. PORTLAND - Rollo Moore, Ralph Carlson, William Christensen, Frank Becker, Merle Phelps. PRAIRIE - Dan E. Froehlich, James A. Rosenmeyer, Joseph Rahm, Mirk J. Studer, Dennis Cink. RAMSEY - James Johnson, Rudolph Rahe, Kenneth Heldorfer, Walter Eichenberger, John R, McGulre. RIVERDALE -Hubert O'Brien, John Capesius, Bernard Thilges, Jerome Weydert, William McGuire. SENECA - Victor Struecker, Herbert Krause, Clarence Osborn, Lyle England, Ervin Votteler. SHERMAN - Harry Naffziger, Carl Swanson, Thoma&Beraann, William Goetsch, Robert Bormann. SPRINGFIELD -Elmer Anderson, Carlyle Engelby, Lowell Un- derbakke, Jeremiah Sullivan, Duane Darnell. SWEA - Floyd Brekke, Elmer Bailey, Laurel Peterson, Bernard Verbrugge, Eugene Fitzgerald. UNION - James Lindhorst/ Donald F. Riebhoff, Donald Strayer, Melvin J. Alt. Robert Heifner. WESLEY- George Detmering, Bill Boetz, Robert Boleneus, George H. Lickteig, Charles Seebeck. WHtTTEMORE - Albert Kramer, Dennis Weber, Charles Origer, Gerald Erpelding, Merle jaubenthal. Win Tickets To Demo Dinner Set For Aug. 31 Four free tickets to the Democratic campaign kickoff dinner were mailed today to the lucky winners. Herman Thilges and Olivia Elbe rt of Algona, Clarence A. Smith of Bode and Gerritt DeWaard of Titonka each won a free $5 ticket to the dinner. Governor Hughes will be the main speaker at the dinner, which will be held at Garrigan High School in Algona next Wednesday, August 31, at 6:30 p. m. Congressman Stan Greigg will not be able to attend the dinner inless his duties in Washington permit him to spend the evening here. Whether or not he can get away during the week is unpredictable and is a day-to-day proposition. Despite his frequent trips back to northwest Iowa, Greigg has maintained a 98% attendance record in Congress. Senatorial candidate E. B. Smith is expected to attend. Tickets are still available from precinct committee workers throughout the county. There will be no tickets sold at the door. Softball Meet The four top teams in the City Softball League will meet next Monday and Tuesday in a Tournament to determine the season champion. The Bunnies will play the Buscher s in the opener Monday, followed by a meeting of Weidenhoff and Burt. The following evening, the losers will meet in the opener and the winners of Monday's games will meet in the finale for the title. Weidenhoff downed the Buds, 199, and the Bunnies downed Universal, 31-6, in games played here Tuesday. MEN'S SOFTBALL Results: Baptists 7, Bombers 6; Burt 11, Buschers 10. Schedule: Aug. 25 - Burt vs. Collegians. STANDINGS W Bunnies Weidenhoff Buschers Burt Baptists Buds Bombers Collegians Universal 11 10 9 7 4 4 3 Z 2 L 1 1 4 5 7 7 10 8 9 Garrigan Boosters A Garrigan High Booster Club "Kick-Off' meeting will be held Monday, Aug. 29, at 8 p. m. at the school, Beanie Cooper, athletic director, announces. Licenses to Wed Four wedding licenses were issued this week at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson. They went to Lawrence Fogerty and Karen Seller, Aug. 17; Jim H. Redemske and Loreli Lavrenz, Aug. 18; Gary L. Edwards and Donna M. Paulsen, Aug. 20; and Richard Dugan and Trudy Alt, Aug. 22. 3 Calves Killed Three calves were killed, and a cow seriously injured, and a car driven by Irvin Shellmeyer, 75, of West Bend, received an estimated $500 damages, when the vehicle tan into a herd of about 20 cattle on highway 44 north of West Bend last Friday evening. The cattle were owned by Clem Kollasch of Whittemore. Win Carcass Honors At Sdet Mwtlng Lickteig Bros., of Algona, .had the top carcass pig live and on the rail at the "Emmet County Area Show" at Estherville, Iowa on August 17. Pig cut a 6.80 Loin Eye. Their two live pigs were the top cutting live pigs on the rail with 8.55 & 7.70 Ldiri Eye. Joe and Walt Bradley attended a meeting in Omaha, last week, sponsored by the Oliver Corporation, at which time new agricultural machinery for the coming year was introduced and demonstrated in the field, during a 13-day period. A CLASSIFIED AH WILL PET FAST RESULTS SELF-PROPELLED CHOP-KING Steve Loss, well-known area farmer and cattle raiser, * is shown at the left in the above photo as he receives the keys to his new self-propelled Gehl chopper from Garland Bradley, salesman for Joe Bradley Equipment. : i" . • . Loss farms approximately 900 acres northeast of Algona and feed 175 head of cattle. This big, brawny Gehl chopper is a welcome addition to Steve's progressive farming operation. . 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