Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 2
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
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ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 196$ Sectional pairings for baseball released , Defending state fall baseball champion St. John's of Bancroft \Vil.l defend \its title along with 228 other hopefuls as the Johnnies open sectional tournament play here rieft Wednesday, April 28, St. John's meets West Bend at 3:30 p.m. in a first round game while Ledyard faces Garrigan in the other top bracket first round game at 2 p.m. the same day. In the bottom bracket, Clarion meets Goldfield at 3:30 at Corwith April 28 while LuVerne faces Corwith-Weslcy at 2 p.m. at Corwith. St. John's bows in season opener, 4-1 Bancroft — St. John's high school, defending state fall champions, lost their season opener Monday to Mason City, 4-1. The Mohawks are currently unbeaten. The Johnnies have had very little chance to play outside thus far. They were scheduled to play, at Graettinger Wednesday and Corwith-Wesley here Friday and then face Fairmont at Bancroft Monday night prior to the tournament games in the sectional next week. Bancroft led Mason City 1-0 at Mason City until the bottom of the fifth when the Mohawks tied the game and then pushed across three runs in the sixth to ice it. Bancroft scored its lone run in the third inning. Bancroft got four hits including doubles by Gene Meister and Chuck Schneider and singles by Don Menke and Steve Vaske. DuarieTiut- chinson started for Bancroft while Schneider came on in the late innings. Semifinal games will be Monday, May 3 at 3:30 p.m. at bol'i sites with the finals on the Garrigan diamo'nd at 3:3.0 p.m. May 5. The winner advances Into dfs- tritl pl«ay. Opening golf meet al Eagle Grove The opening golf match of the year, scheduled nt Clarion Monday nipht for the Algona high school linksmen, was postponed because of weather. The Bulldogs were slated to open Wednesday at , Eagle Groye in a meet switched from the local course, which is still extremely wet. Art Olson is again coach ing the sport and has 25 pros pcctive candidates. other machine was operated by Herman Geilenfelcl. Fontoti. The 1956 FHdercS cflf was a total loss while the Fenton car had $150 in damage. According to patrolman Charles Bird, who investigated, the Geilcnfeld car failed to slop at a slop sign and ran into the West Bend car. Geilenfeld was charged with failing to stop nt a slop sign. Gets parole on embezzling charge Lul7. Ducrr, 23 of Algonn, received a bench parole in district court at Fort Dodge last Thursday on. a charge of embezzling more than $1,000 from his former employer there, the Hall's Auto Parts. He pleaded guilty to the charge and was sentenced to 120 days in jail, then given the parole. NATIONAL DIRECTOR Ken Strahorn, former Algona Garrigan girl is queen attendant Garrigan high school will enter a track loam in the 10th annual Sioux City Diocesan Relays Monday, April 26 at Carroll. Field o von Is and preliminaries will be in the afternoon with the evening event, starting at 7 p.m. Miss Connie Cassel of Garrigan high school will be one ,,of two queen attendants to Pat Wiseman, Early high school queen. Connie was chosen as a candidate by a vote of the senior class. hardware dealer, was recently elected a director of the National Hoofing Contractors Assn. He is now a resident of loWa Falls where he has taken over his father's roofing business since leaving here. CONNIE CASSEL Salesman's 1964 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 door, V8 engin*, Powerglide trans., P. B., Radio, Tan color. New tires. White walls. SEE Charles Devinc at KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. 5-3554 Algona Lakota — Superintenden John Cook has been namec chairmah of a committee to meet and draw up] the 1966-67 football and baketball schedule for the State Line Conference Others on the committee are Superintendent Silvey of Arm strong, Superintendent Steevars of Swea City and coach Don Pe terson of Lakota. GarrikaalnMlsO-W Garrigan resumed basebal action here Wednesday with a game with Corwith-Wesley on the Bear diamond. Garrigan which lost its season opener to "Mason City 4-0 last week, was to have played C-W at Corwith last Thursday but cold and wet weather forced cancellation. TRACK TEAMS OPEN The AJgona high track team will open its season Friday in the Spencer Relays. have minor injuries mcar -A Wesley inah, Kenneth Carlson, su/^ered -a bruised forehead in a car-trucjc crash one niile west of Wesley on old highway 18 Monday afternoon about 3 p.m. Deputy sheriff Don Wood investigated and filed stop sign charges against the Other driver, David Rasmus, of Britt. He was driving a truck owned by the Bauer Implement Co. of Wesley and his truck collided with the Carlson ciar, which was termed a total loss. The Bauer truck had about $200 in estimated damage. Tliree young people from West Bend were injured in a two-car crash on the Good Hppe blacktop' 3 miles north and 2% west of Algona Sunday evening about 6:45 p.m. Ronald Frideres had a cut on his head, Martin Frideres, 12, and Barbara Frideres, 9, both had bumps on their head and were treated by an Algona doctor. The West Bend car was driven by Duane Frideres and the Announcing the appointment pf BILL STUOER as Representative for DIVERSIFIED SERVICES, INC. FOUNDED 1894 The notional DUIflJjulof on<* |nv»(lm«nt Menpgef far lnve»lor> Mutyol, Inc. t Invcilon Inl»r-Conlbentg| Fund, In*. "InveitOM Slock Fund, Inc. » Inveilori Vprlgbl* reymwl Fund, Inc. Inve.lcn Selective Fund, Inc. f Invetiort Syndkol» ef Aroerko, Inf. Pro>pecly>-bookl«tt upon rcquftt and MFD INSURANCE AND ANNUITY COMPANY John A. Egge, Divi*ignal Manager Fort Dodge, low! Mother of Alien* man diet Funeral services for Mrs. Ifv- ihg Diamond, 56, mother of Phil Diamond, were held Tuesday morning at Port Dodge with Rabbi Schulman of Minneapolis officiating, Mrs. Diamond died Sunday after,several months illness from cancer. Another service was held Wednesday morning in Minneapolis with burial in Chesed Shalemas cemetery ther.e. ' Survivors besides her son here are her husband and another son Jerome Diamond, Ft. Dodge, and four grandchildren. Two sisters and two brothers also survive. Meyer elected education head Edgar M. Meyer, Algona high school teacher, was elected as president of the Kossuth Coun- ty Education Assfi. at. a meeting W&ftieJday, April 14 ft Uk&ta! Viri6eftt C, Afcfief, Laftbtl, Mras named vice-president while Richard W. Schneider, Algona, was elected secretary and Mabel Blartehafdj Sentral, was elected treasurer. • GRASS FIRS WHt>NE5DAV A gfass fif6 which b|l$§e;ft five and six S extinguished by the Algbtta fire department Wednesday .nwn< ing, Actdrding to Fife Cjheif filbert some boies were tieing blifrtfed at Mofmel's. 39 Years of Experience is Your Guarantee • WATCHES • GIFTS • CHINA EAN'S Korit Stamps at NATIONAL 3 BIG SALE DAYS April 22-23-24 GUARANTEE M IMIinlMC«<ild« 'no' ufc el tw^UfrWiy lur MM* DtMrlmtnl * WtthflMNrclMM QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 700 King Horn Stamp* Beef Quarters CDCE CUTTING and WRAPPING FLOUR 5 LB BAG off 3 Lbs. or Larger U.S.D. A. 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