Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1965 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

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AIM STEM BY JULIAN CHRISCHILLES "T*tet NoiMfKJ Df Still THE OTHER MORNING, Earl Zeigler, who farms northeast of Algona, got the car out to take his wife and daughter to town ... he had to do something out in the barn and when lie came back, he saw his daughter in the car, jumped in and drove to Algona . . . when he reached the city limits, he looked around and his wife was not in the car ... "Where's your mother," he asked his daughter . . . "In the house. 1 guess," she replied. Meantime, Mrs. Zcigler, thinking Earl had driven to the neighbors, called there ... of course, he drove back to pick her up. Maybe these two-feet snows are finally getting to us! THE SEVERE BLIZZARDS this Winter have slowed business to a standstill in most towns but in at least one type of business, the heavy snows have helped. Toys have moved extremely fast, says one local toy dealer — with no school day after day, moms have bcseigcd local toy dealers for something to entertain their young ones. "Play dough" was a sellout for.several days late last month! *....*. *, *. .:'' FIGURES released for last year's smoking indicate that eight cigarettes per day were puffed for every man, woman and child in the United States . . .'sales during 1964 were 497.7 billion cigarettes and divide that by 250,000,000 Americans and you come up with that figure . . . and did you realize that if you smoke two packs a day, you'light up 14,560 times a year! >'".. *. * * *. ;. '•' A RECENT SURVEY indicates most Americans fear China more than Russia in a future war '. . . it's amazing that China was our staunch ally during. World .War II but just'four years after the close of the war, in 1950, we were fighting the Chinese in Korea. For pigs from about 7 to 38 days of age NEW, IMPROVED NUTRENA CREEP-20 SPECIAL Track season opens at hi • I* I Most appetizing feed for pigs ever marketed by Nutrena Built-in help against bacterial scours and atrophic rhinitis. Outstanding record of performance in extensive research tests. '..'• See us for free Farm Bulletin. .< Cargill, Inc. Phone 5-2471 Federal North Iowa Grain Co. Nutrena Creep-20 Special Sexton Patterson ties for second in state pole vault Wayne Patterson earned SVfe points for the Algona high school track team at the state Class A indoor track meet at Iowa City Friday. Patterson went 11 "6" to tie for second place. Coach Arnie Mill reported Patterson barely missed on his try for 12' as he brushed the pole off the standard. Patterson holds the Algona high school record at 11*7" and undoubtedly will break the mark this spring. Hill also took four other bovs to the meet but none were able to place. They were Gary Barr, '/.••mile run; Darwin Engclbarts. 440-yard run; G.len Tschetter, 50- vard run: and Brockc Laws, low hurdles. Patterson also competed in the high jump. The Bulldog team has been working out for several weeks but dual meets will not begin 'or another week or so. Coach -Hill has' four lettermen back from last year. They nclude Wayne Patterson. .Dale Teeter, Ronald Burtis and Skip Perkins. Others on the squad include Lester Briggs, Tim Clark, LeRoy Bruns, Jorge Febles, Glen Tschotter, Doug Nelson, Richard Apple, Dave Gerber, Dean Teeter, Salvador de Sousa, Kevin Hoover, Dave Martin, Gary Barr, Brocke Laws, Bruce Olson, Roger Barr, Jeff Allen, Max Miller, Daryl Johnson, John Frederick. Paul McBride, Rich Black and Russ Shaw. The schedule for the coming spring is as follows: Tuesday, April 6 — Eagle Grove Triangular. Tuesday, April 13 — Eagle Grove Invitational. Tuesday, April 20 — Clear Lake Invitational. Friday, April 23 — Spencer Relays. Monday, April 26 — Milford Relays. Thursday, April 29 — Estherville Relays. Saturday, May 1 — Algona Bulldog Relays. ; Tuesday, May 4 — Belmbnd Relays. Friday, May 7 — District. Tuesday, May 11 — Eagle SPORTS APARTMENT FIRE - A fire .he first Week in March touted some SO occupants from their Building in an apartment house Before TV era BACK IN THE DAYSjbefore radio ahd television people had to make their own eMertainment, and this picture of a. "Rube" band of many years ago/shows ; one'of'the ways. The picture was saved by Al Sponberg, and the d&te 'it -was •taken is unknown. The band members are posed ,on the-old-civil war cannon that used to stand on the court house-square, but which was turned in during World-War II-for-scrap metal. At the left in the background parked In front of the ; now ; gone Thorington hotel is an oldj style Model T'Ford. Pictured are left to right Harry Sponberg, Frank Ostrum, Rudy Guderian, Bay Donahoo, Al Sponbergj Elmer Kelly and Lou Guderian. fire in Nevada. Aside ffbW the damage to the building's electri> cal system, damage was" mostly from dense smoke. 4-AL60NA (Iowa) ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1965 Grove Invitational (Fresh-Soph), i Friday, May 14 — Conference. Saturday, May 22 — State .Outdoor. ; |'' . JUNIOR HIGH — ,'; Saturday, April 10 at Webster 'Wednesday, April 21 at Eagle ^dRCCCm DOWS Livermore • AVW/I m Y » Farmers Attention FRIDAY, AT THE ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. II 2nd 7 P.M. SHARP Farmers, here is a meeting you won't want to miss, Representatives of the International Harvester Co. will be with us Friday night for a PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE meeting covering the new IH 456 Corn Planter, This will be an informative meeting and we feel you'll learn a lot from it. So set asid« Friday night for a visit to the Corn Planter Meeting at the Implement Co. Grove. Wednesday, April 28 at : Algona. Tuesday, May 4 at Humboldt. 4-H basketball meet nears end • i ' The Kossuth County 4-H'bas- ketball tournament is fast"jap-, preaching its climax. • • j The county is divided into [the north and south half and ; co- champions from each half have been declared. . The south half 'junior team co-champions were decided at the St. Joe gym, with Whittemore defeating Plum Creek 3614, and LuVerne beating Union 50-17. The south half seniors team co-champions were also crowned with St. Joe edging Wesley, 39- 37.and Plum Creek winning over Whittemore 57-39. The north half junior co- champions were decided at the Lakota gym with Grant defeating Seneca in overtime, 31-27 and Fenton beating Buffalo, 2611. The senior co-champions were the tall Grant team over Buffalo, 30-11 and the Lakota Aggressive Lads team over Seneca 50-23, The semi-finals and finals will be played at the Burt gym with the south champions pitted against the north winners. Teeter gets honor mention The Des Moines Register all- state selections Sunday were similar to those of the IDPA three days before. The same Kossuth county cagers were given honorable mention including Teeter of Algona; Becker of La* kota; Hatten of St. John's; Bargman and Balgeman of West Send; Wickett and Maass, Lu Verne; and Pedersen of Led yard. One area team i lost and another won in first round.action at the Ft. Dodge YMCA basketball tournament which began Sunday. Livermore won its first game by edging Kolacia of Ft. Dodge, 66-61 while Bancroft bowed in its first game, 67-59 to Josephson's of Ft. Dodge. Livermore advanced to the quarterfinals against Rocky's 'Pizza at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday/ RON THOMPSON paced the Livermore win with 21 points while Schultze got nine. Liver more led at the half, 29-26. Bancroft, using a number oi former St. John's cagers, was never far behind but couldn't overcome a 38-29 halftime deficit despite outscoring the winners in the second half. Bill Menke paced the losers with 20 points. LIVERMORE ,(66) fg ft .pf Henderson 2 4-4 2 Algona Implement Co. Commercial Street 5-3501 Everist __. ________ 2 May L ___ _.._' ----- 1 Smith ____ _— -^ 3 Frost _____ _______ 4 Schultze ___ ____ 1_3 -0 0-1 1 1 1-2 1 1-5 0 4-9 1 Terwilliger 1 3-4 0, Zeman __________ 0 0-0 1 Thompson 8 5-6 5 TOTALS - 24 18-31 12 BANCROFT (59) fg B. Menke ________ 9 L. Rahe _________ 5 K. Vaske _________ 1 E. Rahe _________ 4 J. Rahe __________ 1 Johnson ____ „ ----- 2 Kloppen — - ----- Q P. Vaske - _________ 1 ft pf 2-2 1 1-4 1 2 1 1 2 1 5 i-i 0-0 0-0 2-2 6-7 1-2 TOTALS —— 23 13-18 14 AFRICAN tILY ^ Mrs John Hansen of DeWitt hits an African Uly, also known as the Sacred Lily of India, which has produced a deep purple bloom for the first time. The biiib grew 45 inches in three weeks time this year. Prolii problem? 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