Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1965 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

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I—A16GNA (lew!) ADVANCI MONDAY, MARCH I, 1WJ Bulldog Due to the snow-forced cancellation of school days last week, school activity was rather limited. The vacation was a detriment to the mixed chorus and Cadettes, both of which were preparing for special appearances. —AHS— The mixed chorus presented a concert of serious music Sun> day, March 7 with the Lyric Girls Chorus. Under the direction of Mr. Snustad, the groups sang in the First Presbyterian church. —AHS— On Saturday, March 6 the mixed chorus took part in a choral workshop in Iowa City. The Clear Lake, Lewis Central of Council Bluffs, West DCS Moines, Bettendorf, Muscatine, and Algona choirs each presented half-hour concert. The University of Iowa choir also performed. Robert Holliday of Hamlinc University was the guest critic for the workshop. Both the concerts and critiques were held in the lounge of the Iowa Memorial Union. —AHS— Senior Rodney Ricklefs was announced last week as one of 27 finalists competing for Trustee Honor Scholarships at Grinnell College. Winners will be announced next week. —AHS— The nominating committee for the Future Teachers of America consisting of Cheryl Rusk, Carol Sloniker, and Bey Knudsen, met last week, drawing up a slate of officer nominees for next year. —AHS— The Cadettes, our girls drill team, will perform Thursday evening, March 11 at .the Girls State Basketball Tournament The group will be accompanied by the Pep Band in DCS Moines. —AHS— Tickets for the Algona vs. Garrigan basketball game were made available to AHS students .hrough the principal's office. Student ticket holders may enter the north academic door at Garrigan which will open early. Pairings for North Kossuth 4-H cage games Swea City — Pairings for the North Kossuth 4-H basketball tournament were made last week with games to begin March 3 at Lakota. March 8 at Lakota — Eagle vs. Buffalo juniors, 7 p.m.; Aggressive Lads vs. Ramsey, 6:15 p.m. Senior, teams March 8 are Grant vs. Ramsey 9 p.m.; Fenton vs. Aggressive Lads 8 p.m. March 10 at Lakota — Greenwood vs. Seneca juniors at 7 p.m.; Buffalo vs. Eagle seniors, i( p.m.; Swea-Harrison vs. Burt 9 p.m. ' March 12 at Swea City — Winners of the Lakota junior games will play at 6:15; Grant juniors vvill play winners of Lakota game at 7 p.m. At 8 p.m. senior winners from Lakota will play and at 9 p.m. Greenwoiod will play senior winner from Lakota. , North Half co-champions vill be decided at games March 17 at Swea City. These co-champions will play teams from the .outh half of the county who were playing in similar tournaments. County semi-finals will Globetrotters here Saturday Skill«Kl artisans of several professions will present thcit ware for the edification and delight of the assembled onlookers at Garrigah high school gym Saturday night, March 13, when the great Harlem Globetrotters of oaskctbail headline a huge program starting at 8:00 p.m. Not only are the basketball players who will be in action, including the New York Nationals facing the Globetrotters, among the finest in the sport, but so arc the array of added entertainers Boss Man Abe Sa- persteln of the Trotters Is bringing along. 'Jlils is the celebrated international edition of the Globetrotters, who take their montage of cage wizardry, unsurpassed thowmanship and all-around brilliance to all parts of the globe, including a third complete swing around the world .ast year. The team's 39th edi- lion certainly must be classed among the best of all time. It is a unit of outstanding cagcrs, height, razzle dazzle perfection and speed. THERE ARE the ace fun ringleaders Bob "Showboat" Hall, 6-2, now in the 15th season with the team and J. C. Gipson, 6-8, a 13-year veteran. Rounding out the powerhouse are Bobby Milton, 6-1, 15th year; Hallie Bryant, 6-3, Indiana University; sev- jn foot Bill "The Orbit" Garner irom the University of Portland (Ore.); Mel Davis, 6-5, third season; Leroy Gibson, 6-5,. a soph in Trotter rank; Dribbling Wizard Murphy Summons, 6-3, and Doug Himes, 6-5. Only newcom- br to make the squad is 6-9 Manny Olivers. That's an array that would scare any opponent, but not the Nationals who are most capable .n their own, right. Their squad: Tike Karavas, 6', El Caniino Junior College, Calif., a three year AAU star; Bob Combs, 510, California State College and All-Army three years; Pat Pat terson, 6-8, Bowling Green and voted Most Valuable Player in military tournament held in oe played March 26 at Burt and the finals on the 29th also at Hurt. pacity each, steel construction, 40x100 feet, and 123 Bullet steel J. C. GIPSON, left, is shown entertaining Globetrotter Abe Saperstein with a three-ball trick. Gipson will appear here Saturday night with the "Trotters. The game will be played at the Garrigan gym starting at 8 p.m. The famed "Peg Leg" Bates will be part of the half-time intermission. The Algona Rotary Club will sponsor the event. Marx, celebrated juggler and acrobat. Tickets for the huge show are on sale at the Smoke Shop, Rons bruch Drug, Iowa State Bank, or irom any Rotarian. , Verdun, France; Robert Akeo, 6', University of Hawaii; Paul Putnam, 6-7, Fullerton Junior College, Calif.;.player-coach Bob Stoermer, 6-8, Univ. of Okla^; Troy Collier, 6-8, Utah State College, and Willie Anderson, 6-4, Oregon Tech. BEFORE THE game and be.- tween halves will come the great added show, led by sensational one-legged dancing star Peg-Leg Bates, and including the. international table tennis champions. Richard Bergmanh of England and Lee Dal Joon of South Ko : rea, in competition; Chinese hand-balancing expert George Lee; Canada's clever Mike •-•Le'-' May in acrobatic wizardry; trampoline ace Steve Parry, and Lee quonsets, with 38,200 bushel ca- Quonset to be sold in North Kossuth On March 10 at 9 a.m. at Cwea City the Kossuth County ASCS will offer two Great Lake bins, 2746 bushel capacity each, with foundation block. These bins wilt be sold in the ttidfnittg, then at i p.m. at the Bancroft site the ASCS will o£ for the following: Two Mitchell quonsets, 43,802 bushel cftpacl* ty each, aluminum construction, two Great Lakes quonsets, 40 x 100 feet, 38,200 bushel cap*ci< ty each, steel construction; 18 Butler bins, capacity of 2740 bushel, steel construction with foundation block, three Butler bins, capacity of 2175 bushel, steel construction with founda lion block and 15 Butler alumi num bins, capacity of 3276 bushel each, steel foundation. The Kossuth County ASCS Committee is acting for the United States Department of Agriculture in the sale of these bins. The grain bins may be inspected March 9 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.tri Terms are cash on the day of sale for all sales of $100 or less. A deposit of $100 will be required on each bin on sales over that amount and the bal ance is to be paid in cash within ten days of the date of sale or the balance may be financed under the Farm Storage Facility Loan Program, providing the prospective purchaser meets eligibility requirements under the program. Prospective purchasers should establish their eligibility, at the County ASCS office pnor to the sale. ' . Bins must be removed from the bin site within 30 days from date of sale 'unless other arrangements are made with land owner .Title of grain bins shall .est in the .purchaser when payment is made. After passage of atle, risk of loss or destruction .rom any cause whatsoever shall ue borne 'by the'purchaser. •-, ; Commodity Credit Corporation reserves the right'to reject any or airoffers^Biri movers indicate they will be_' present at day of sale". interested purchasers shoulc contact the Kossuth County AS CS office . for additional infor mation.. , '. the College of St. Catherine, Sit the tippet lo pet cent of her Paul. She is I ffeftkffiftfi and ifi| class. hoW everything! ON DEAN'S LIST Mary 'Lucey, daughter of the Robert' Luceys, Algona, has been named to the dean's list a I meo stockings annual sale .MARCH 1 TO 13 save up to 24% Drop everything else, and come to our Annual Sale of curvaceous Cameos. Every style, every color. the nylons with famous fit, tender tints, wonderful wear. Your legs deserve an armful! REG. Seamless Plain Stitch Dress Sheer Seamless Run-Resist Dress Sheer Shapemaker Seamless Stretch Sheer Superb-fit Cantrece Seamless SALE PRICE Pair 3 Pair *1.08 *3.15 *1.08 *3.15 *1.20 '3.50 $ 1.32 »3.85 $1.35 $1.35 $1.50 $1.65 " Cameo Support Stockings ty-Nylpn. Supports ' f $ 4 ' 95 $3 ' 7 A * 7 ' 50 Spandex and Nylon Supports $5.95 *4.79 *9.50 2 Pair "Algona's Fashion Center For Women & Girls" HELD OVER BECAUSE OF THE BLIZZARD Last week's continuous blizzard is the ONLY reeton we are continuing this big Cheir Sale all this week — absolutely ends Saturday night. Hurry in — Savings fr_om 20 to 30% on many, many chairs, only a 'portion of which are pictured .below — many, prices, many styles. Shop Read's this week. -. TRUCKLOAD SALE— CONTINUES THIS WEEK ALL FOAM SWIVEL ROCKERS RECLINER CHAIRS SWIVEL ROCKERS RECLINER CHAIRS r V *•** * 58.00 $ 78.00 88.00 138.00 Read's Furniture & Carpets RTH HALL STREET ' v " PHONE 5-??16 • ALGC 2 NORTH HALL STREET " PHONE $-131$ • ALQQNA Jj VV.WAV.V.V.%V»VAV,V,WAVAW^^^^

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