Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 15, 1965 · Page 4
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SPORTS 4—ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, MARCH IS, 1965 Lakota's Becker on all-conference team Five different towns placed boys on the first All-State Line Conference team announced last Thursday but Ringstcd dominated the girls selections with three of the six all-star selections and one girl on the second team. Named to the first boys team were Roger Becker, Lakota; Jim Godfredson, Armstrong; Jack McGrath, Thompson; John Pederson, Lcdyard; and Tom Elliot, Swca City. Five schools also rated second team selections with Richard Barrett, Armstrong; Stan Tjaden, Lakota; Mark Bendrickson, Rake; Ronald Knapp, Ringsted; and Craig Lloyd, Ledyard, being named. Honorable mention was given to Roger Akkerman and Keith Brandt, Titonka; Don Knapp, of Ringsted; John Martin, Swca City; Bob Ortman, Burt; Tom Gcit- zenauer, Sentral; Larry Hippen Twin Rivers bows out in first round For the third straight time, Twin Rivers of Bode bowed out of the state girls basketball tournament in the first round last Wednesday night, losing to No. 5 ranked Valley of West DCS Moines, 79-64. Kristie Erdman, who had a 49.5-point average for the year, was held to 28 points while teammate Rita Nielson popped in 26 markers. Twin Rivers started fast and with Miss Erdman hitting well, built up leads of 12-4 and 16-9. Then Valley reeled off 17 straight points to take a 26-16 advantage and the Bode girls never recovered. Valley led 4024 at the half and increased the margin to 22 points by the end oMhe,third«»period,: . .- , Twin Rivers hit eight of its first 13 shots and then could make only one of its next dozen. TWIN RIVERS (64) fg ft pf Rita Nielson 12 2-6 3 Kristie Erdman __ 13 2-6 1 'Gracia Kraabel 3 3-3 3 Susan Erdman 0 1-2 0 Meg Holmes 0 0-0 3 Kathy Myers-' 00-02 Ruth Bakken 00-01 and Rich Thomson, Lakota; and Richard Thompson, Rake. FORWARDS Cheryl Nelson and Karen Jensen of Ringslcd placed on the first team as did Linda Watson, a guard. Others named were Armstrong's Kathy Erickson, forward; and guards Dcanna Brandt, Ledyard, and Lynn Mcnkc, Sentral. Lcdyard placed forward Dar- lenc Logcmann and guard Di- annc Waterhousc on the second team. Others were Bonnie Wehr- spann, Senlral; Sharon Wald- schmitt, Armstrong; and Irish Michaclson, Titonka, forwards; Patsy Zwicfcl, Burt, and Sue Glasnapp, Ringsted, guards. Given honorable mention were Sue Karcls, Lakota, and Bonnie Barrett, Armstrong, forwards; and Connie Kimmct, Ringslcd; Linda Budlong, Titonka; Roberta Ackerman, Hurt; and Shirley Johnson, Lcdyard, guards. Donna Cran 0 0-0 1 Kay Selvig 0 0-0 0 Janice Johnson 00-04 TOTALS 28 8-17 18 Monday Night League No. 1 W L Algona Barbers 72 32 North Iowa Appl. 62 42 Cook's Welders 60 40 K of C r 59 45 Champliri _^li__llL.5T 4*7 Algona Lanes 51 53 Lindsay 40 64 Council Oak 14 90 High Team Series Cook's Welders 2923 ' High Series Cliff Benschoter 616 High Game Cliff Benschoter 210 League No. 2 W L Zender's 73 31 PLEASE- When writing about your subscription please give your full address and make name AS IT APPEARS ON YOUR PAPER. WHEN CHANCING addess give BOTH the OLD and NEW. We have 5500 cards to check, and many names are identical. THANK YOU The Advance SUBSCRIPTION DEPT. Bear Facts B/ ANITA NURRE The Student Council met on Monday, March 8. Various matters were discussed by the council. — QMS- All the basketball playeri had a short meeting on Monday, March 8. —GHS— Several Garrigan student* participated in the speech contest held at Fonda. All the students were pleased with the ratings they received. Speech students arc coached by Sister Mary Ignatius and Sister Mary Michael. —GHS— The C.S.M.C. met on Tuesday, March 9. The C.S.M.C. has several projects planned. For March they are collecting rosaries which are broken or need repair. During Lent they are collecting clothing, books, Ha min's ____________ 69% 34%~ 7-Up _________________ 67 37 Blue & White ______ 67 37 Gambles ____________ 54 50 Budwciser ___________ 51 53 Iowa State Bank ____ 48% 55% Falstaff ____________ 48 56 Cargill -_-_ _________ 44. 60 Cook's Scrap Iron ___ 43 61 Meyer's Insurance __39 65 Squirt _____________ 20 84 High Team Series Hamm's _______________ 2853 High Series Cliff Teeter ____________ 561 High Game Mel Boss _________________ 216 Tuesday Night No. 1 W L Reding Gravel ______ 59 45 Universal __________ 58 46 Lindhorst Deputies __58 46 Pioneer Hibred _____ 57% 46% Buscher Bros. ________ 56 48 Whittemore Lockers _51 53 Utt Electric ________ 48% 55% Northwestern Mutual 47 57 Larry's Rec. _______ 46% 57% Tall Paul's _________ 44% 59% High Team Series Universal No. 1 _________ 3025 High Seriea Clint Goddon _________ 594 >- High Game '-^ ' ' ..... Bob Dickman ___________ 237 Tuesday Night No. 2 W L Hood's Super Valu __70% 33% Blossom Insurance __67% 36% Elbert's Enco ________ 64% 39% Klein's Farm Supply _60 44 Wcidenhoff ________ 57 47 First Luth. Church __56 48 Municipal Utilities __47 57 Universal No. 2 ____ 45% 58% Fischer's Store _____ 45 59 Mercury Outboard —43 61 Pine Room ___ _ _____ 42 62 Lotts Creek Locker _26 78 High Team Series Wcidenhoff ____________ 2945 High Series Clayton Pittman ________ 564 High Game Clayton Pittman _________ 213 Thursday Classic W L Hamm's No. 2 ______ 66 22 Hamm's No. 1 ______ 64 24 Lindsay Soft Water _54% 33% Hub Clothiers _______ 52 36 Carnation Milk _____ 52 36 East End Grocery —35 53 Pioneer _____________ 34% 53% Gene's Electronics —32 56 Plantation ___________ 27 61 Algona Lanes _______ 23 65 High Team Series Hamm's No. 1 __________ 2782 High Series Dick Frideres ____________ 654 High Game Ted Chrischilles _________ 235 Friday Mixed Doubles W L Ron & Jack's _______ 68 32 Zender's _____________ 65% 34% Pittman Finance ____ 62% 37% Cook's Welders _____ 58 42 Hutzell Office ______ 57 43 Moorman Feed _____ 52% 47% games, etc. tot the missions. We hope that both projects are very successful. Bless Rusk Announces That RUSK DRUG ft JEWELRY HAS THE ALL NEW, CUSTOMIZED IN-THE-EAR HEARING AID NO CORDS NO TUBING FITS IN YOUR EAR! Personalized for your full or part-time hearing comfort through space-age knowledge. Light in weight, easy to wear ... no cords, tubing or separate earmold. All-in-one, custom made case with voluftie control, microphone, earphone, tiny battery, and Micro-Lithic amplifier. "Test-hear" the all new Solitaire today. It's made specifically for you! RUSK DRUG & JEWELRY ALGQNA, IOWA When the gaffi* between the Bears and the Bulldogs was finally played, Garrigah was out of the running and Algona advanced to Spencer. The Bears played a good game, even though we lost. Congratulations boys! —GHS— Boys who are interested, art now signing up for the track team. We hope to have a successful season this year. Good luck! — GHS— The Camera Club met on Monday, March 8. The mem* bcrs viewed some very interesting slides. This club is under the direction of Sister Mary Re- denipta. —GHS— Sister Mary Redempta is also gently pushing the "Garrigold" staff members to meet the deadline. The short vacation due to the weather has put everything behind schedule. —GHS— Assignments have been given to the "Star" staff members who will write features for the next issue. — GHS— Ann Wilson and Cindy Bradley were chosen by the Juniors and Seniors to represent Garrigan at the St. Patrick's Day Festival at Emmetsburg. Since only one girl may go to Emmets- Minnesota Woofen __40 60 Fenton Lockers _____ 37% 62% FEMIC _______________ 31 69 Kossuth Speedway __27 45 High Team Series FEMIC _________________ 2301 High Series Women Lavonne Pittman _________ 520 Men Dick Cook ______________ 558 High Game Women Lavonne Pittman ________ 213 Men Dick Cook ___________ ----- 232 Sat. Nite Mixed Dbl. No. 2 W L Colony Inn _________ 77 31 Nprthrup King ______ 65 43 Directory Service __ 58 50 Diagonal Grocery ___ 52% 55% Algona Lanes ______ 51% 56% Algona Plumbing __-49% 58% Standard Oil _______ 42% 65% Coca-Cola ____! _____ 36 '* 72 J High Team Series Coca-Cola _______________ 2230 High Series Women Judy Gade _______________ 499 Men •( Soup Briggs _____________ 574 212 223 L 32 36 40 42 50 76 444 177 L 30 37 45 64 1648 488 180 180 Women Judy Gade Men Soup Briggs Coffee Cup W Petticoats __________ 60 Eight Balls _________ 56 Black Cats _________ 52 Question Marks _____ 50 Goofers ____________ 42 Sharks _____________ 16 High Series Bobbie Gronbach High Game Bobbie Gronbach Grandmothers W Twin Co. Beauty — __58 Kirk's Shoe Store ___ 51 Charlie's Supper Club 43 Modernistic _________ 24 High Team Series Kirk's Shoe Store High Series Francis Wiese High Game Francis Wiese Loretta Ditsworth burg, the Students wilt choose either Ann or Cindy to represent us. This election has hot yet been held. Rehearsal* for the t&ffiing operetta, "Cafnelot," are now in full swing. The operetta, under the direction of Mr. John Ster- ba, will fee presented in late Match. Sister Mary Roberta is looking for old curtains, drapes, and fof- mats for costumes for the operetta. The Juniors finished the IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF FREDA NORMAN, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 8659 NOTICE OF PRORATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: | You ore hereby notified that on the llth day of March, 1965, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the 5th day of September, 1963, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that the undersigned was appointed executor of said estate. Notice is given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall filq them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this llth day of March, 1965. Edward Norman Executor of said Estate Green Boy, Wisconsin Address Hutchison & Andreasen Attorney for said Executor Algona, Iowa . Address Date of second publication 22nd day of March, 1965. Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance. Algona, Iowa, March 15 and 22, 1965. NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR EXEMPTION OR VARIANCE FROM THE ZONING ORDINANCE Public notice is hereby given that the application of Newton E. and Harriet A. Hieter, whose address is 1213 E. North, fof a variance from the Zoning Ordinance to permit construction of a garage with a 35' set back instead of the required 50' has been scheduled for hearing before the Board of Adjustment of the City of Algona, Iowa, on the 23 day of March 1965, at 9:00 o'clock A.M., at the City Hall in Algona, Iowa. The applicant and any other interested parties wishing to be heard are requested to be present at that time. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT By Everett Barr Chairman Published in the Algona Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa,, March 15, 1965. I BRING THE UTTLE WOMAN,,, MAYBE SHE'LL D/£ LAUGHINGf JACKUMMON U1RNAUSI / "HOW ID MURDER YOUR WIFE' WpMfhM VI IJlft 1 ft A w*iTTlN «NO Mtooucto «r EDDIE MAYEHOFF ^TERRY-THOMAS GEORGE AXELROD •xicurtvi moouctn enwecTio BY •^••••.^^. ^_.« GORDON CARROLL RICHARD QUINE TECHNICOLOR ""^UNITED ARTISTS Sun. thru Wed. ALGONA March 2i-24 tests, which were interrupted by the bad weather, on Tuesday, March 9. These SCAT tests were also taken by the freshmen. Joni Campbell and Sue ted* are to appear on the Graduation Sweetheart program on K(JTV television. Watch for them!! y. Chary! Caak, ifudint at Stilt College* and daughter of the Bon Cooks, Storm Lake, former Algohahs, was on the dean's list for the fall semester , ENDS WEDNESDAY - "PLEASURE SEEKERS" eeee*eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee*aee*eeoeeeee ALGONA THURS, Thru SAL 2 EXCITING HIT$i MARCH II - 20 SATURDAY MATINEE AT 1:30 THEIR JUSTICE WAS THE ARROWI IH Dt-LUXt COLOR m THKILLSI m suits* MX/we CMO*/ hewn •t 7:00 A 10:00 Joe Morrison and Barbara Biggart Shown at 8:30 only $ •A Brand New FULL SIZE CHEVROLET 9 Days Only — March 15-24, inclusive SEE ONE OF OUR SALESMEN.... n it. . CHUCK DEVINE WARREN NELSON BILL CARMAN and Spring out in a '65 Chevrolet Trade-in and be our guest at Charlie's Supper Club. With any used car or truck purchased over $600 . . . 4 FREE DINNERS! 1964 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door. 283 eo. in. 195 hp engine, Powerglide transmission, radio, EZI glass. Beautiful Saddle Tan color. 1962 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door sedan. V8 engine, standard 3-speed trans,, radio, EZI windshield, whitewall tires, Dark Blue color. A real spring beauty. 1962 CHEVROLET Impala 4-door sedan, 283 cu, in. V8 engine, Powerglide trans., radio, EZI windshield, whitewall tires, Less than 25,000 miles. White color, with Blue interior. 1962 CHEVROLET Impala Sport Coupe. 283 cu. in, V8 engine, standard 3-speed trans., radio, EZI windshield. White color with Red interior, Extra good quality. 1961 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4-door sedan, V8 engine, standard transmission. Fawn color, real nice, 1961 RAMBLER 4-door sedan, 6 cylinder engine, overdrive transmission, power steering, bucket Mats, radio, White color, with Aqua interior, An extra nice car for the money $875, 1961 FORD 2-door sedan. 6 cylinder, standard transmission. A low price with high economy. Whit* color _ $645 1960 CHEVROLET Biscayne 4-door sedan, 6 cylinder tn- gine, standard transmission. We hive two (2) of these, 1 White and 1 Turquoise, and the engines in both have been completely overhauled, rings, bearings, etc. IN ADDITION they are extra clean, ONLY $895 for either one, TAKE YOUR CHOICE, 1960 CHEVROLET Bel Air Sport Coupe, (2 door hardtop), 348 cu. in. engine. 4-speed transmission, EZI glass, radio. Beige color with Saddle interior. Has to be seen to be appreciated. 1959 PLYMOUTH 4-door sedan. 6 cylinder engine. Blue color. It's yours for $295, 1959 CHEVROLET Biscayn* 4-door, 6 cylinder engine. Overdrive transmission. Blue & White. Lots of miles in this one. 1957 DODGE 4-door sedan. Any reasonable offer accepted. 1957 PONTIAC 4-door hardtop. This is an extra good old car for the dough. 1956 OLDSMOBILE 88, V8 engine. Automatic transmit •ion, Real sharp. This if one of those so-called garage-guarded jewels, Don't miss the chance of • lifetime. THE TRUCK DEPARTMENT 1961 INTERNATIONAL '/,-ton pickup. V| engine, new tires, radio. Extra nice, 1960 FORD Vj-ton pickup, 1961 CHEVROLET 2-ton truck, V8 engine, 2 »p, rear axle, 8:25 x 20 10-ply tires, front ft rear. 1957 FORD 1 ton truck with stock ft grain box, 1950 INTERNATIONAL pickup, A real good buy, 1957 FORD '/»<ton pickup, 3 speed transmission. Real •harp. Quality Used Car t Truck Warranty lank Rate Financing KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 10$ S. HALL ALGONA, IOWA PHQN! 295-3554

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