Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1965 · Page 6
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drills M First game at Forest City on April 8 Spring baseball drills got underway at Garrignn high school Monday, March 15 with the reporting of all pitchers and catchers who will work out alone until March 22nd when they will be joined by infield and outfield candidates. Most noticablc loss will be left-handed hurler Fran Keene who led the Garrigan mound corps to a 18-11 spring and summer won-lost record last year. Also gone are two catchers Dan Ludwig and Norm Klein, and third baseman Paul Goetz, .Returning leltermcn include first baseman Chuck Becker, second baseman Dick Bleich, shortstop Mike Lickteig, outfielders Randy Kollasch, Dick Salz, and Lou Bleich. PROMISING prospects include infielders Chuck Geilenfeld, Denny Long. Outfielders Joe Becker, Mark Eiscnbarth, Steve Eishen. Catchers Dick Muller, Jim Youngwirth. The pitching load will fall upon Don Potthoff, Bill Hall, Bill Reding, and Bill Milder. •The schedule: April 8 — Forest City, There April 9 — Newman M. C. Here April 13 — Mason City High, Here April 15 There April 21 Here April 24 and 3:30) There April 26 — Graettinger, There April 27 — Forest City, Here April 30 — Bancroft, Here May 7 — Graettinger, Here May 18 — Bancroft, There Tournaments — Sectional, April 28-29; May 3-4-5; District May 8-10-12; Sub-Slate May 17 & 10; State May 24 & 25. Mike Kain finishes fine mat season Mike Kain, the 157-pound . wrestler from Alpona at South Dakota State, finished a success ful season recently. Mike had an 11-1 dual season, losing only to Ron Ankey of the University of Minnesota by a 5-3 count in the opening match of the year, .Kain, just a sophomore, placed third in the North Central Conference meet, winning two matches after losing in the first round to the eventual champion. .And then last week, in the NCAA meet at Golden, Colo., Kain won one match and lost two, Mick Hurlburt, Swea City, the SDS heavyweight, lost both of his matches in the meet. ; FIRE — Extensive damage was caused to the Wiota Methodist church March 1 from a fire which apparently started when lightning hit an electric stove in the basement" during an early morning storm. Fire men were hampered in fighting the blaze as all electricity in Wiota was off during the storm. The fire was under control in Two Kossuth cagers on Luther squad — Corwith-Wesley, — Corwith-Wesley (Doubleheader 1:30 East Greene High, Teeter top Bulldog scorer with 471 SPORTS 6^-ALGONA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1*65 TWO KOSSUTH county basketball players are among nine on the roster of the Luther college team. They include Bruce Sundet, front row, second from right, and-Charold Barrett, Lakota, back row, second from right. Sundet, a member of the' 1964-65 Algona high school team which placed third in the state, is the son of Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet of Algona. Charold, a former Lakota high school great, is the son of Mr and Mrs Virgil Barrett, Others from this area pictured above include Paul Hanson, Mason City, far right front row; Paul Espinsoa, Mason City, second from left in back row; Jay Geerdes, Estherville, back row, third from right. Final breakdown of Algona high school scoring for the season shows junior Dale Teeter was far and above the top scorer for the Bulldogs this year with 471 points in 22 games for a 21.4-point mark for the season. Teeter had nearly twice as many points as runnerup Dan Merryman, another junior with 250. Senior Steve Hardy was next with 240 points while senior Al Priebe had 117. No other Bulldog had more than 51 points which were scored by junior Dave Walker. Despite a great finish in which he hit 24 of 26 free throws in the final two games, Teeter could finish no better than second in the Bulldog race. Merryman had an 80% accuracy rate with 64 of 80 while Teeter hit 129 of 167 for a 77% clip. Third place was won by Steve Hardy with 62%. From the field, Teeter hit 45% of his shots, followed by Merryman with 41%. Craig Espe, who played in just half the Algona games, had a 49% mark to lead all players. Fishermen Spring is just around th« Cor r»«r, A«d for yeur fishing n«*ds, we have Bfaggiri Quality Tackle, We eifry a large assortment of | tods, feels, lines, ete, "Fishing is family fun." It's a plaasura to fith with quality tackU end we have fly rods, spincast rods, spinning rods, muskie fods, all types Of reels and lores at pn- ees you wish to pay. Drop in and browse around. WE HAVE THE MINNESOTA NONRESIDENT FISHING LICENSES AT ... BECKER Sporting Goods EAST OF LEGION HALL 5-2780 Algona Winners in 5th, 6th grade wrestling Two weeks of fifth and sixth grade wrestling was completed last Friday night in the finals of a two-day wrestling tournament. Sixty-four boys took part In the sessions conducted by Coaches Champ Martin and Fritz Nielsen. Sixth graders won all but ono championship with only one repeater from last year. He was Steve Fitzpatrick in the unlimited class. Steve is the younger brother of Tom Fitzpatrick, state runnerup in the heavyweight class this year for Algona'. high 'school. Following are the list of boys placing in the events: 65 Lb. Class — 1st, Dan Menneke; 2nd, Bill Weig; 3rd, Mark about 45 juries. minutes with no in- Miller;' 4th, Dennis Payne; 5th, Tom Burt. 75 Lb. Class — 1st,••Kerm.it Olson; 2nd, Neil O'Brien; 3rd, Terry Alt; 4th, Ron Chamber lain; 5th, Terry Rutledge. 80 Lb. Class — 1st, John Sjogren; 2nd, Ricky Nielsen; 3rd, Mike Putney; 4th, Dennis Mains; 5th, Jim Sigsbee. .85 Lb, Class ^- 1st, Larry Samp; 2nd, Tom Krause; 3rd, Alan Fett; 4th, Mike Moulton; 5th, Allen Taylor. 90 Lb. Class — 1st, Jim Simpson; 2nd, Phil McBride; 3rd, Bob Knudsen; 4th, Wayne Rentz; 5th Jim Harris. 105 Lb. Class — 1st, David Simpson; 2nd, Eugene Friedrich; 3rd, Mark Will; 4th, Gilbert Grimes; 5th, Steve Armstrong. 110 Lb. & Over Class — 1st, Steve Fitzpatrick; 2nd, Les Simpson; 3rd, Tom Ellefson. Woden-Crystal Lake ID join State Line ' Woden-Crystal Lake may soon je a new member of the State Jne Conference. The school vill begin football next fall and las scheduled all four of the Cossuth teams plus two other Itate Line clubs. Officials of the Conference lave approved their admission once and will make a final vote oon. Woden-Crystal Lake will ilso participate in all other iports activities of the confer- >nce if accepted. UNUSUAL EGG — "S" for Shirley was the explanation the jeorgc Lieuwen family of northeast Bclmond gave for an egg they found embossed with an 'S' Finance Your New or Used Car at Bank Rates SEE "BILL" NUGENT AT THE SECURITY STATE BANK — ALGONA CWIW«B«^ Driving class for adults is dated Monday The Adult Driver Education class at the Algona school is scheduled to begin March 22 at 7:30 p.m. The class will meet in the high school building. Fritz Nielsen will be the instructor. He has had 10 years experience in conducting driver education programs. Tuition charge will be $30 per .person for all of the instruc tion'a'ri'd'necessary materials. Included in the instruction will be 20 hours of classroom work and 6 hours behind-the- wheel for each student. Classroom instruction will be on 10 consecutive Monday evenings for 2 hours unless otherwise arranged. Behind-the-wheel instruction will be after 4 p.m. during school days or on Saturdays. A car will be provided through the school for the latter instruction. Classroom instruction will include a study of the traffic code of Iowa, what makes a car operate, how you can get maximum value in using your car, insurance protection, and expressway driving. Behind-the-wheel instruction will consist of angle and parallel parking, intersec- SERVICEMEN tions, city driving, and highway driving. It is desired to have enrollment made before the March 22 beginning, but the tuition may be paid at the first meeting. Questions or enrollments may be paid directed to Elgin Allen, high school principal, or Frank Brusie, Algona 295-3518, or by Writing to Frank Brusie, Adult Education, Algona Community School. Twenty people expressing an interest in adult Driver Education will be necessary in order to conduct the program. Some enrollments have been received, but more are needed. Anyone not presently attending a high school is eligible to participate. It 1 will be necessary;,to have,an enrollment maximum of 30, however. If sufficient enrollment does not develop by the beginning date, the interested people will be notified by mail or telephone. ' 106 — Emma Jane Starkweather, diminutive resident of Rockford. celebrated her 106th birthday March 1st. Floyd coun ty's eldest citizen is in excellent spirits and enjoys company reads and gets around by her self. RICHARD FRITZ Fort Riloy, Kan. (AHTNC) — Army Pvt. Richard A. Fritz, son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Fritz, Route 1, Wesley, Iowa, was assigned to the 553d Ordnance Company at Fort Riley, Kan., March 4. Fritz is an automotive repairman in the company. He entered the Army in November 1964 and completed jasic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 21-year-old soldier was graduated from Titonka Consolidated high school in 1961. USED CARS and TRUCKS USED FORDS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATI OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF STEPHEN P. POWERS, Deceased. PROBATE NO. 8677 NOTICE OF HEARING ON PROBATE OF WILL TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You ore hereby notified that on the 29th day of March, 1965, at 10 o'clck AM at the County Court House in the City of Algona in the above named County and. State, hearing will be had for proof of the instrument doted February 26 1941 and Codicil attached thereto doted February 28, 1963 purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Stephen P Powers, Deceased, at which time and piace sold instrument will be admitted to probate unless good cause be shown to the contrary. Alma Pearson Clerk, Said District Court Linnan, Lynch 8. Straub, Attorneys Algona, Iowa Published in the Algona Kossuth 1963 FORD 4 dr. Galaxie, V-8, Cruise-o-matic, radio, power steering, Solid white. 1963 FORD Galaxie 2 dr., 6 eyl., radio, standard transmission. Burgandy color, extra nice. 1962 FORD GALAXIE, 4 dr., Ford-O-Matic, Radio. Green color, extra nice. ? 1961 FORD 2-door Hardtop, Cruise-a-matic, radio, Power Steering, Power Brakes, solid white finish FORD Galaxie 2-door Hardtop, has the works, power steering, brakes, Cruise-a-matic, V-8 engine. Excellent buy. Solid white finish with red interior. FORD FALCON, 4 dr. Station Wagon. 6 cyl. Ford-0- Matic, Blue. ' 1961 FORD Galaxie 4 dr., Cruise-0-Matic, radio, solid white. 1960 FORD 9 pass. Country Sedan Wagon. Three seater, 4 dr., V-8, standard transmission. 1960 FORD 2 dr., V-8, Std. Trans., Light Turquoise. 1957 FORD Fairlane, 2 dr. Hardtop, power steering, Ford-o- matic, black & white. 1955 FORD 9 n»s*enoer country sedan station wagon, overdrive, radio, extra nice. 1955 FORD 4-door Sedan, solid blue, V-8 with overdrive, one-owner, very, very clean. Perfect for second car. 1961 1961 County Advance, March 18, 1965. Algona, fowa, USED MERCURYS BOYS! DOYS! 14-15. Do you need a little spending money? Start immediately. Evenings and Saturdays. Full time summer. Apply Thursday 5 • 6 p.m. (no phone calls) Mr. McBride, Room 12, Van Buren Molel Algona, Iowa BLOCKBUSTER SPECIAL 1965 23-INCH LOWBOY TV I HAUt- fN ) r j <- \'\ I LL CONVtNIINT TERMS NORTH HWf'A APPLIANCE CENTER Aijiuua FREE Hearing Test and Consultation Healed Mobil (Ml parked by Public parking lot »n Thorington SI. Friday-Saturday, Mar. 19-20 QPPN The Iowa Hearing Aid Center from Df< Moines will use Electronic Equipment te determine if you h§v$ lots of hearing. If loss is detected, medical aid may be recommended. KEN'S SPRING USED GAR SALE ... Prices Good'Til March 31 si 1964 DODGE 440, Automatic Trans., 2 door Hardtop $2150.00 1963 OLDS 88 — Auto, Trans,, Power Brakes, 2 door Hardtop $1895.00 1961 FORD Galaxie, Auto. Trans., Power Steering, Power Brakes, 4 door $1050.00 1961 FORD V-8, Auto. Trans,, 2 door sedan, very clean, engine recently overhauled $895,00 1959 FORD Galaxie, V-8, Auto, Trans., 4 door, Like new $795.00 1957 OLDS — V-8, Auto Trans-, 4 door, Power Steering, Power Brakes $895.0Q 1957 FORD — V-8, Auto. Trans., 2 door Hardtop, very good second car »«Q.W 1957 OLDS — V>8, Auto, Trans-, 4 door, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Trans, completely overhauled WW.OO 1956 OLDS — V-8, Auto. Trans,, 4 door $295.00 1960 Rtnaylt Diwphint, 4 d«or wdan $350.00 1958 CHEVROLET « V-i, Ayt*. Trim., Power Brake*, 4 door, local on§ owner *55Q.OQ 1954 CHEVROLET — Aytp. Trans., 6 cyl., % door $75-00 THESE CARS HAVi ALL BEEN COMPLETELY RfeONBITIONfD AND PRlCfB »fLOW THi AVERAGE MARKET, KEN'S AUTO SERVICE PLYMOUTH * VALIANT 1964 MERCURY Montdair Marauder, 4-door Hardtop, Power ! Steering and Brakes, Mercomatic, radio, vinyl interior, ; low low mileage. ; 1963 MERCURY Met«or, 8-passenger Station Wagon, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Mercomatic, radio. 1961 COMET 2-door with 6-cylinder, Mercomatic, new tires, rolid red, and r*d and white all-vinyl interior. 1961 MERCURY METEOR 800 four door, Merc-o-matle, radio, turquoise and whit*. 1961 COMET, 4 dr. station wagon, radio, std. trans., red & white, extra clean, real economy. 1959 MERCURY MONTEREY, 4 dr. waaoo, V-8, power steer- ina, power brakes, Merc-o-matic. Nice. 1957 MERCURY MONTEREY, 4 dr., Merc-o-matie, radio. 1956 MERCURY 4 dr., Hardtop, power steering, Arterc-o-ma- tic, Nice. OTHER MAKES ft MODELS «960 OLDSMOBILE, 4 dr. 88, Auto, trans., radio — sharp. i«60 PLYMOUTH FURY, 4 dr., power cteerina, auto, trans., radio, two-tone bronie A white, Extra sharp. 1960 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE, 4 dr., 6 cyl., Powerglide, pnwer steerino. 1959 EDSEL, 4 dr., V-8, auto trans., radio. Way above average. 1959 CHEVROLET, 4 dr., Hardtop, Power steering, Power- olide. Low. low price. 1959 PLYMOUTH, 2 dr. Hardtop, V-8, auto, trans. USED PICKUPS 1964 USED ECONOLINE WINDOW VAN, Side & Rear Doors, Real charo! 1954 INTERNATIONAL Va Ton Pickup, 3 speed, extra nice, I H» A I farm oickup. 1949 CHEVROLET Va-ton Pickup, 6-cylinder, 4-speed and overload springs, now tires, USED TRUCKS JUST RECEIVED ! I 1963 FORD F600 Chassis ft Cab, 156" Wheelbase, Mod, duty V 8 Engine, 4-Speed — 2 Speed, 8,25 x 20 Tirts, 1962 FORD F600 Chassis * Cab, Heavy Duty V-8 Engine 4-fpeed — 2-Spe«d, Excellent, Low Mileage, Heavy duty all the way, I960 FORD FOOD, 8-foot styleside box, 6-cylinder engine, standard 3-speed trans., solid white, locally owned, * extra sharp. HURRY! JUST TWO 1964's LEFT! | We have two 1964 Fordf (Brand new) still in flock. One is a Falcon Fvtura 4-deor and the other a Fair|an*> 4-door with Fordomatic, SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON THESE TWO BRAND NiW CARS TODAY. "FRIENDLINESS AND COURTESY ARE KfYNOTii TO OUR OPERATION" Taylor Motor Co. 5* 1Q2? N. FORP ft MitCVfRY SALES & SJRVICE ALGQNA

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