Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1965 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1965
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AIN STEM BY JULIAN CHRISCHILIII "Twitt Honor* by fed Atifc* i. '!, y wasft>t tm W * l the time b«t what happened to Chloe Sheakley shouldn't happen to any mother ^ wL. d M, n ' Y sih ? 4and husband. Chuck wefe snowed in at Elmore, Minn. last Wednesday when their car hit a snow drift a mile or so south of Elmore . . . they stayed in Elmore for three days until early Saturday morning. u u ? ut if t. you think chloe ha<1 a vacation from household chores, hear this . . . they stayed at the home of the deputy sheriff at Elmore and since his wife was in Des Momes with her sick father, Chloe had to cook all the meals for five men (husband Chuck, two stranded truckers, the deputy sheriff and his friend). The Sheakleys were still appreciative of his hospitality, though. * * * * IF YOU THINK we had it bad in town- during the recent storm, take a drive in the country five minutes any direction of Algona . . . you'll see drifts MO feet high 'and more . . . those on the Francis Erpelding farm northeast of Algona were probably 15 feet high or more. When this occurred 50 years ago, farmers must have been snowed in for weeks and even .months! * * * * ROOSEVELT high school ., of Des Moines was a well- deserved champion of Iowa basketball . "... the Roughriders displayed the very best brand of sportsmanship on TV and certainly are probably the finest Iowa champion in the history of the sport. They had great scoring power, a tenacious defense and press and fine rebounding strength. • * * *• *" HOWARD SEELEY .dropped by, the office the other day with a 1924 Algona high school annual and lo and behold, we find a wrestling section in /it . . . in a column a couple of weeks ago, we stated the sport of wrestling began in 1929 but now we find-there was a team in 1923-24 and members included Mr. Seeley, then the heavyweight, and Dr. Julius Winkel, a 145-pound sophomore that year. Others on the team were 95-pounder Leslie Samp, Maynard Stephenson 105; Ken Stephenson 115; Robert Wright 125; Paul Trauger 135; Denny Meyer 158. However, Dr. Winkel recalls he did not wrestle during his junior and senior years and thus it is believed that this first team in 1923-24 was the only wrestling team until 1929. Anyone have proof otherwise? THE STRONG Pacelli of Austin basketball team which Garrigan faced this winter was a good' one ... it won the Minnesota state high school Cathofic title after finishing as runnerup a year ago. Lobb, the Austin center, was named as the outstanding player of the tournament. Erdman placed on 3rd all-Male team by D« Mi Register Kfistie Efdmatij the fine Twin tlivers senior forward from Liv- erfnore, received her second honor itt the space of three days Sunday by being named to the third all-state team by Brad Wilson in the Sunday Register. Earlier last week, she was named to the second all-state team by the 1DPA. All three Pirate guards wefe given honorable mention. They are Kathy Myers. Janice Johnson and Meg Holmes. Others honored were guards Nancy Brink, LuVerne: Deanna Brandt, Ledyard; Sue Glassnap, Ringsted; Jan Leek, Corwith-Wesley; Lynn Menke, Sentral; Diane Wa- terhoiise, Ledyard; Linda Watson, Ringsted; and Pat Zwiefel, Burt. Also given honorable mention were forwards Stephanie Bartik, Corwith-Wesley; Jane Hanselman, Lu Verne; Gracia Kraabel and Rita Nielsen, Twin Rivers; and Bonnie Wehrspan, Sentral. Early 4-H basketball rounds played 4-H basketball tournaments were played March 15 and 16 at St. Joe. The Whittemore Boys Jr. team who played March 15 won over-the Wesley Jr. team 45-24 with John Winkel, 27 and Joe Detrick, 6 points high scorers for Whittemore. On March, 16, the Whittemore Sr. team won over the Prairie Sr. team 75-13, with Kevin O'Brien getting 24 points and Jim Walker 20 points. High scorers for Prairie were Richard Schultz with 8 and Gerald Arklond 3. On March 22 at 7 p.m. the Whittemore Jr. team was scheduled to play the Prairie Jr. team at St. Joe. Also on that date at St. Joe the Whittemore Sr. team was to meet the Cresco Sr. team. Because of the storm this was postponed until the 23rd . Gem diamonds are being dredged from the ocean bottom near South African' Shores. SPORTS THURSDAY, MARCH 25, IMS ALGONA (lewd) ADVANCE—5 Lindsay Soft Water High Team Series Cook's Welders 2449 High Series Shirley Briees 534 High dame Maude Ellefson __ ____________ Wednesday Night Leaou* No. 2 W L look's Welders ... 73 27 East End Grocery __ 72 28 Wometi of Moose ... 6t 39 Towa State Bank __. GOM: 39V2 «ecuritv Bank 50 floffee Shoo 47 Peterson Furniture _ Honpbruch Drug 44% •T & K Tavern 42 Rusk Drug 37 50 53 53'.' 2 55^2 58 63 58 M> 33 \2 Carnation Milk 56 36 Hub Clothiers _ 55 37 East End Grocery .._ 36 56 Gene's Electronics __ 35 57 Pioneer 34Vfe 57Ms Plantation __„ 27 65 Algona Lanes 24 68 Hiqh Team Series Lindsay Soft Water 2873 High Series Clnick Davis 640 High Game Chuck Davis" 243 Algona Lanes 34% 65% Good Samaritan 32 68 Hiph Team Series __ 2242 Women of Moose High Series Heide Ferguson 581 High Game ' Heide Ferguson 233 f/OII/f.tt •••••••••••••••••••••••a ALGONA LANES Monday Night League No. 1 W G9 BEHLEN Super Drying Tank 40' DIAMETER... 6,000,000 BTUs HEAT PER HOUR Algona Barbers 79 No. Iowa Appliance 64 K. of C. 63 Cook's Welders 63 Champlins _.61 Algona Lanes 54 Lindsay 46 Council Oak 14 High Team Series Algona Barbers 2888 High Series Louis Heinen 588 High Game Louis Heinen 219 L 33 44 55 49 51 48 66 94 ""areway 65 Lindsay 58 ngle Room 54 Viking Oil 53% V. F. W. 48 Dairy Que«n 46 Johnson House 42 Sverds Bros. 41 % -famms 36 ^riedrich 32% Gambles __29 Coast-to-Coast 22% Hiqh Team Series indsay Soft Water 2538 High Series Bunny Erdman 611 High Game Joyce Petersen 220 Thursday Classic League W L Hamms No. 2 70 22 Hamms No. 1 64 28 Monday Night League No. 2 W L Zenders 77 31 Hamms 72% 35Va Blue & White 69 7-Up 68 Gambles 56 Budweiser 55 Falstaff 50 Iowa State Bank ___ 48% Cook's Scrap Iron __ 45 Cargill 44 Meyer's Insurance __ 43 Squirt 20 High Team Series Zenders 2975 High Series Jerry Jergens 582 High Game Jerry Jergens 249 39 40 52 53 58 59% 63 64 65 88 economy size! Here's the in-storage Drying Tank for B-J-G operators. Dries four ways with natural air and supplemental heat. Use as batch dryer or dry-in-storage. Whopping 48" Axial Vane fan de» livers large air volume, Super-Sized heat unit provides temperature rise from 10" to 120' as de< sired. Top performer! Actually batch dries 3.000 bu. of grain from 25% to 15% in only 4»/ 2 hours. C<Wie in for full details, ENGINEERED FOR BIG VOLUME PRYING « Batch dry 3,000 Bu, at one time i Or Dry in layer* until Tahk i« filled t Automatic Grain Pistributor • Automatic Unload* Jng Equipment f Available for stationary engine, elec« trie motor drive (with propane or na« ural ga» burner) t 3 Sizes: from 17,000 ' _.._.— and check the PRICi, incttd with i 25 H. P., 3 Ph. Eleetrip Motor - 4'/a M |TU iwrntr, ONLY 42c PER BUSHEL. Look to Behlen for Qyaljty — ind • priff y«y'H Hkf- Stop in it tsyter Impltmtnt €e- in Algon* or *§•Ro«*r J«n*«n, our ulffmtn in th* NOiTH PART OF K0SIUTH Taylor Implement Co. "Your Grain Haryttting ai)4 $*9r«g« Headquarter*" Tuesday Night League No. 1 W L 46 47 47% 48 49 56 57 59% 61% 62% Thursday Night League No. W L 23 30 34 34% 40 42 46 46^ 52 55% 59 85% Ron Friday Mixed Doubles W L & Jack's 73% 34% lender's 72 36 Pittman Finance .__ 69% 38% Cook's Welders 66 42 Hutzell Office 61 47 Moorman Feed 52% 55% Minnesota Woolen _ 44 64 Fcnton Lockers 38% 65% Kossnlh Speedway __ 27 53 FKMIC - - 31 73 Hiqh Team Series Pittman Finance -... High Series Women — Lavon Lindhorst 510 Men — Clavton Pittman __ 589 High Game Women — Lavon Lindhorst 202 Men — George Jorgensen 221 High Series : Women—Charlotte Baldwin 550 Men — Dick fteyholds 620 High Game Women — Jackie Mullet _ 202 Men — Dick Reynolds _.._ 246 Saturday Nite Mixed Doubles League No. 1 W L Colony Inn 77 31 Northrup King 65 45 Directory Service .__ 62 50 Diagonal Grocery __ 54% 57% Algona Lanes 51% 60% Algona Plumbing „__ 50% 61% Standard Oil 45% eev* Coca-Cola __._ 36 72 High Team Series Directory Service 2300 High Series Women — Pat Taylor . ._ 40» Fen — Ron Taylor 500 High Game Women — Pat Taylor 176 Fen — Ron Taylor 214 2264 Saturday Nite Mixed Doubles League No. 1 W L Ricklefs-Geelan 75 37 Chrome Cafe 75 37 North la. Appliance 64 48 Biustrom Furniture - 63 49 Durggist Mutual 61% 50% Viking Oil 57 55 Algona Barbers 53 59 Taylor Motor Co. __ 47% 64% Hiland Potato Chips _ 47% 64% Herb's Produce 46 66 C C C 43% 68% M & D Auto 39 73 High Team Series Viking Oil 2254 L 36 3fi 43 44 50 79 ._ 2267 Coffee Cup League W Petticoats 60 Eight Balls 60 Question Marks 53 Black Cats 52 Goofers _^ 46 Sharks 17 High Team Series Eight Balls High Series Dorothy Leek 501 High Game Dorothy Leek 210 Benefit cage game Friday at West Bend West Bend — A benefit basketball game will be played here Friday night in the West Bend high school gym. All proceeds will go towards furnishing a room in the Palo Alto Memorial hospital at Emmetsburg. All players are either teachers, businessmen or farmers and include the following; Bob Banwart, B. L. Banwart, Paul Banwart, Ed Sarver, Don Holland, Shirley Doty, Blaine Hoskins, Bob Klepper, Jack Mertz, James Sewcll, Al Wright, Byron Boos, Gene Forey, Dr. James Uren, Larry Fogarty, Ron Monscllc, Ken Kannenberg, Ed Brunsting, Harold Bonstct- tcr, Lyle Dodd, Dick Brown and Don Woodley. James Buchanan was the only life-long bachelor to be Presi dent of the U. S. IN YMCA M6PT Basketball teams representing Livermore and Bancroft will compete in the Ft. Dodge YMCA Invitational basketball meet .that begins Sunday with four games, [n first round games, Livermore plays Kolacia Construction at 2 p.m. and Bancroft meeting Josephson's Radiator at 7 p.m. DOCTOR — Dr G. K. Bartlet.t received the congratulations of his; town of New Sharon upon completing fifty years medical practice there March 8th. He" is :«till keeping up his practice but not taking on any new patients. Legal Notices NOTICE OF DECISION OF , THE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA Public notice is hereby given that the Board of Adjustment of the City of Algona, lown has granted a variance frorr) the terms of the Zoning Ordinance in corv- ncction with the application of Newton Hieter of 1213 E. North for a Building Permit, in order to permit 35' set bock for a garage instead of the required 50'. Any person aggrieved by this decision may present to the District Court of KoS- suth County a Petition for review within thirty days from the 23 day of March 1965. BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT ' By Everett Barr Chairman . Published in ' the Algona Kossutri County Advance, Algona, Iowa. March 25, 19A5. : Grandmothers League W L Twin-Co Beauty ___ 58 34 Kirk's Shoe Store __ 54 38 Charlie's Club 47 45 Modernistic Beauty 25 67 High Team Series Charlie's Supper Club __ 171G High Series Francis Wiese 559 High Game Francis Wiese 223 QUADRUPLETS — "Speckles," a ewe owned by Jaque Otto who farms northeast of Storm Lake, presented her owners with four frisky lambs the last day of February. Enter the "ALGONA ADVANCE "OSCAR CONTEST" 46 49 50 59 Universal No. 1 62 indhorst Deputies _ 61 3 ioneer 60% Ceding Gravel 60 Suscher Bros. 59 Whittemore Lockers 52 Northwestern Mutual 51 Jtt Electric 48% Larry's Recreation _ 46% Tall Paul's 45% High Team Series Lindhorst Deputies 2826 High Series Homer Clark 582 High Game Marvin Reding 229 Tuesday Night League No. 2 W L Hood's Super Valu _ 72% 35% Blossom Insurance .._ 71 37 EJbert's Enco 67% 40% Klein's Farm Supply 62 First Luth. church 59 Weidenhoff 53 Fischer Store 49 Universal No. 2 47% Algona Municipal __ 47 Mercury Outboard _ 45 Pine Room 43 Lotts Creek Locker .. 26% 81V 3 High Team Series Fischer's Store 2976 High Series Clayton Pittman 619 High Game Ott Fischer 229 Wednesday Night League No. 1 W L 77 27 ,74 30 Women of Moose ___ 65 39 Iowa State Bank _.._ 64% 39Va Security State Bank 51 53 Peterson Furniture _. 49% 54% Coffee Shop 48 56 Honsbruch Drug ___ 44% 59% J & K Tavern 42 62 Rusk Drug 40 64 Algona Lanes 34% 69% Go04 Samaritsttt 34 70 OSCAR AWARD NITE APRIL 5 • ••••••••••••••••••.«. PRIZES ••••••••••••••••••* FIRST PRIZE rinat rn "- E A years free pass for two people 'to Ml* Algona and Starlite Drive-In theatres. SECOND PRIZE Six-month pass for two people to the Algona and Starlite Drive-in theatres. THIRD PRIZE Three-month pass for two people ta the Algona and Starlite Drive-in theatres. USED CARS and TRUCKS USED FORDS - Contest Rules - Printed below ore the nominee* in the principal categories of the Motion Picture Academy of Arts and Sciences Awards. The winners of this contest will be those whose choices come closest to the official results of the Academy Award. Check your choice in the appropriate blanks. Sign your name and address. Mail your ballot to "Oscar Contest,'' Algona Theatre, Algono, Iowa. DEADLINE: ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED OR POSTMARKED BY 12 O'CLOCK MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY, APRIL 3! WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN THE ADVANCE! Only one entry for each person. No age limits. Employees and families of this newspaper er Central Statet Theatre Corp. are not eligible. In case of ties, the priics will be divided. WHO WILL WIN "OSCARS 1 ' (This entry blank or a facsimile is acceptable) (Be sure to check only one in each category) MUSIC SCORE (Adaptation er Treatment) - 61 63 65 Cook's WeWers East End Grocery BEST PICTURE — 1. Becket 2. Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb. 3. Mary Poppins. 4. My Fair Lady. 5. Zorba The Greek. ACTORS — 1. Richard Burton (Becket). 2. Rex Harrison (My Fair Lady). 3. Peter O'Toole (Becket), 4. Anthony Quinn (Zorba the Greek). 5. Peter Sellers (Dr, Strangelove or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb). SUPPORTING ACTORS — 1. John Gielgud (Becket). 2. Stanley Holloway (My Fair Lady). 3. Edmond O'Brien (Seven Days in May). 4. Lee Tracy (The Best Man). 5. Peter Ustinov (Topkapi). BEST ACTRESSES — 1. Julie Andrews (Mary Poppins). 2. Anne Bancroft (The Pumpkin Eater). 3. Sophia Loren (Marriage, Italian Style). 4. Debbie Reynolds (The Unsinkable Molly Brown). 5. Kim Stanley (Seance on a Wet Afternoon). SUPPORTING ACTRESSES — 1'. Gladys Cooper (My Fair Lady). 2. Edith Evans (The Chalk Garden). 3. Grayson Hall (The Night of the Iguana). 4. Lila Kedrova (Zorba the Greek). - 5. Agnes Moorehead (Hush . . . Hush, Sweet Charlotte). believe thof -------------------------- (no me of picture) .1. A Hard Day's Night. .2. Mary Poppins. .3. My Fair Lady. .4. Robin And The 7 Hoods. -5. The Unsinkable Molly Brown. BEST SONG — -1. Chim Chim Cher-ee. .2. Dear Heart. .3. Hush . . . Hush, Sweet Charlotte. .4. My Kind of Town. .5. Where Love Has Gone. COSTUME DESIGN (Color) — .1. Becket. -2. Mary Poppins. .3. My Fair Lady. .4. The Unsinkable Molly Brown. -5. What A Way To Go. WRITING (Screenplay on Material from Another Medium) ~- 1. Becket. 2. Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love The Bomb. 3. Mary Poppins. 4. My Fair Lady. 5. Zorba The Greek. win the most Academy Awerds. It will Via -------------------- (nvmber of Acoderoy Awards. MOTE: A plctyre may win 9> <n«ny individual category qwardi 91 it is nominated for. In this tie breaker, you must name the picture plus th« number «f awards it wins.) <»t«N) (Address) ENTRY BLANKS AVAILABLE AT THE ALQONA THEATRE. 1963 FORD 4 dr. Galaxie, V-8, Cruise-o-matic, radio, power steering, Solid white. 1963 FORD Galaxie 2 dr., 6 cyl., radio, standard transmission. Burgandy color, extra nice. 1962 FORD GALAXIE, 4 dr., Ford-0-Matic, Radio. Green color, extra nice. 1961 FORD 2-door Hardtop, Cruise-a-matic, radio, Power Steering, Power Brakes, solid white finish 1961 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. 1961 FORD FALCON, 4 dr. Station Wagon. 6 cyl. Ford-O- Matic, Blue. 1961 FORD Galaxio 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^ssenoer 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. USED MERGURYS 1964 MERCURY Mnntelair Marauder, 4-door Hardtop, Power Steering and Brakes, Mercomatic, radio, vinyl interior, • low low mileage. 1963 MERCURY Meteor, 8-nassenger Station Wagon, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Mercomatic, radio. 1961 MERCURY METEOR 800 four door, Merc-o-matic, ra- d?o, turquoise and white. 1961 COMET, 4 dr. station wagon, radio, std. trans., red & white, extra clean, real economy. 1959 MERCURY MONTEREY, 4 dr. waaon, V-8, power steer- inn, 0ow»r brakes, Merc-o-matic. Nice. WS7 MFRCIJRY MONTEREY, 4 dr., Mere-o-matie, radio. 1956 MERCURY 4 dr., Hardtop, power steering, Merc-o-ma- tic, Nice. OTHER MAKES & MODELS 1960 OLDSMOBILE, 4 dr. 88. Auto, trans., radio — sharp. '060 PLYMOUTH FURY, 4 dr., power sleering, auto, trans., radio, two-tone bronze & white. Extra sharp. 1960 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE, 4 dr., 6 cyl., Powerglide, power steerino. 1959 EDSEL, 4 dr., V-8, auto trans., radio. Way above average. 1959 CHEVROLET, 4 dr., Hardtop. Power steering, Power- alide. Low, low price. 1959 PLYMOUTH, 2 dr. Hardtop, V-8, auto, trans. USED PICKUPS 1964 USED FCONOLINE WINDOW VAN, Side & Rear Doors, Real sharp! 1960 FORD F-100, 8-foot styleside box, 6-cylinder engine, standard 3-speed trans., solid white, locally owned, extra sharp, 1954 INTERNATIONAL Vi Ton Pickup, 3 speed, extra nice. Ideal farm oickup, 1949 CHEVROLET Vz-ton Pickup, 6-cylinder, 4-speed and overload springs, new tjres. USEDTRUCKS JUST RECEIVED ! i 1963 FORD F6QO Chassis & Cab, 156" Wheelbase, Med. duty V-8 Fnpinn. 4-Soeed — 2 Speed. 8.25 x 20 Tires. 1962 FORD F600 Chassis & Cab, Heavy Duty V-8 Engine 4-speed — 2-Speed, Excellent, Low Mileage, Heavy duty all the way. HURRY! JUST TWO IWs LEFT! We have two 1964 Fords (Brand new) still in stock. One is a Falcon Futura 4-door and the other a Fairlane 4-door with FoHomalic. SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS ON THESE TWO BRAND NEW CARS TODAY. "FRIENDLINESS AND COURTESY ARE KEYNOTES TO OUR OPERATION" Taylor Motor Co. FORD & MERCURY SALES & SERVICE • 5-3504 ALGONA

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