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don smith DOWN through the years, ranging from the days when Algona claimed State Football Championships to 1966, this area has produced a very large number of fine high school (and come college) football players. Yes, from All-Staters Kenny Crane, 1916, Denny Meyers and Lloyd Bohannon, 1925, Paul Trauger, 1926, and Paul Geilenfeldt, 1928, to the more recent Tom Waller, Gary Kelley and Jack Williams, 1962, and Dick Muller and Bill Reding, Garrigan, 1966, this area doesn't have to take a back seat to any other In the state In the same population bracket. Naturally, the larger cities dominate All-State selections, year In and year out. - ?AS for Muller and Reding, we'd like to put in our two cents Worth on both lads. We've been around them a lot, what with covering football, basketball and baseball games at both local high schools regularly- and they compare in more than one way to all of the other recent great athletes we have known here. They're humble. Rumble to a point that it makes you glad you are a personal friend, besides being a writer. And humble to the extent that it makes you sick when you see some of the other type patrolling the streets, -?BUSS Kelley of our ad department ran into this and handed it on - "Motorcycle Gangs: Little Road Riding Hoods." -?SPORTS bring out a lot of qualities that would not otherwise be found in our young men. They make one grow up - and act that way. Our trips with athletic squads from both local high schools in recent years have proven to us that kids are more grown up when they graduate from high school now than a few years ago. And, by and large, members of athletic squads act human (and most look it, also). A couple of our favorite humble athletes, Tom Waller and Paul Seller, who played junior high football together, then went their separate ways to Algona High and Garrigan, respectively, wound up very active and productive collegiate careers recently, Tom at Drake and Paul (who didn't get any All-State recognition, although nobody knows why) at Notre Dame. Tom played all four years as a defensive back at Drake, and was called by Coach Jack Wallace his best of the lot (and that* s quite a compliment when you weigh 160 pounds). Paul saw little action as a sophomore and some more as a junior before blossoming into Notre Dame's top offensive tackle this season as the Irish racked up a tremendous record. Drake, by the way, had one of Us finest years, winding up 8-2. Being humble doesn't mean you can't be tough 1 It does mean being tough where it is called for - not on the streets or in a pool hall. Our haPs off to this quartet of fine athletes. are the answers from our final football test that appeared last week - Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Stanford, Michigan and USC. -?FOR racing fans, here's information on the Indianapolis 500 that took us a couple of months to research. It's been run 45 times, including this year, and the reason the number of races is not larger (because it had its first running in 1911), is because none were run during the war years, 1913-20 and 1941-46. You'll have less trouble remembering who won in 1966 than in 1911 - with Graham Hill taking the checkered flag first this year while Ray Harroun won the opener of the lengthy series. Harroun averaged 74.59 miles per hour That was back in the days when horses were still doing the major portion of the job of furnishing transportation on roads. Jim Clark, the Flying Scot, averaged 150.686 miles per hour in 1965 the fastest running in history. A. J. Foyt, with a 147.350 average in 1964, is second in that category and Hill third. Seven men have won the 500 more than once, and two, Lou Meyer and Wilbur Shaw, are the only ones to cop it three times un-aided. Meyer did it in 1928-33-36 and Shaw in '37-39-40. Mauri Rose, another great one, won it outright in '47-48 and a share in '41. Shaw, Rose and Bill Vukovich, who won in '53-54, are the only ones posting wins two consecutive years. Tommy Milton was also a double winner, placing first in 1921 and 1923, while Rodger Ward did it in 1959-62 and A. J. Foyt, .1961-64. -?ANOTHER racing item. Don Branson, 46, who used to drive in sprint car races at the Kossuth County Fair, died in a blazing two-car sprint car crash at Ascot Speedway in California Nov. 12. Another driver also died of burns sustained in the collision a day later. Branson won the U. S. driving title a couple of times and was a perennial contender, although never a winner, in the Indianapolis 500. -?AFTER IZdays of hamburgers, each time prepared in a different manner by his capable spouse, the impecunious husband asked, "How now, ground cow T DELINQUENT TAX LIST The following Is a true and correct list of all lands and town lots In Kossuth County, Iowa on which the taxes for the year 1965 and previous years arc due and unpaid as appears from the several tax lists in 'my office. Notice is hereby given that unless the taxes, interest and costs are sooner paid, the following described land and town lots or so much thereof as is necessary to pay the said tax. interest and costs thereof, will be sold at the County Treasurer^ Office in Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, on the first Monday in December, A. D. 1966 between the hours- of 10 o'clock A.M. and 4 o'clock P.M. of said day until all of said lands and town lots have been offered for sale. In all canes where there are existing delinquent taxes other than for the years shown, same having been previously offered for sale, but remaining unpaid and unsold, this fact is indicated by an asterisk (*) preceding the description. ROSELLA VOIGT Treasurer of Kocsuth County ALOOMA me. oaiomAL PLAT Richard P. Norton, ex NX)' Robert Roy Richardson. Lote&SU of 2 IS 1 II 8 18 Richard P. Norton., NI of Lot 7 & S l/3of Slgvert W, ft Lortne Nelsonv — -—- tit 7 38 Margaret Vigors Wilke 7 48 Iowa Seventh Day Adventist Ass'n., 3 & 6 56 Arthur E. and Vema Obrecht ------ 3 &' 4 65 Lewis K. Ferguson, et al ............. 3 «t 4 67 CALLS ADDITION Dennis K. Albertson 4 100 Harold Albright, ex N 50' of W 193' of S«,b 152 Victor V. Fisher, Pt. Ackley St. ly. btw. Lot 1, Block 161 & Lot 4 Block ........ 162 Edward and Mary C. Dietrich 7 190 CALLS PARK ADDITION Donald and Gertrude Smith -------------- 28 2 UNPLATTED Merta M. Wallace. S Srds. Lot 14 Aud Plat G. L. 6 ex a tract 66' x 132' in SB Cor 2 96 29 Katherine Park McMurray, Life Eat). Lot U Aud Plat of Lot 8 & E 4rds. of Lot 9 All in G. U 3 H 95 29 Farmers Service Center Inc., Tr. Com. 91' B & 33' S NW Cor. NW14. NWU, Sec. 12-99-29, S 851J3' to 196S 24.38 1.10 .60 26.08 196S 486.70 21.90 .60 50920 1965 714.37 32.15 .60 747.12 1985* 85.87 7.67 1.20 94.74 1965 108.12 1965* 163.17 1965 41.77 1965 183.15 1965 117.54 1965 251.32 1965 4.77 1965 12.34 2.43 .60 111.15 14.32 120 178.69 1.83 .60 44.25 824 .60 191.99 5.42 .60 123.56 5.65 ,60 257.57 .18 .60 5.55 .56 .60 13.50 1965 142.76 6.42 .60 149.78 1965 8.01 .36 .60 8.97 1969 88.80 2.00 .60 91.4 g t. of beg. S 467.17.' 1063', N 467.17' W 1055' to beg. NW'xi NWK 11 95 29 Memorial Park Inc., N MO' of aU that part of NWK. SW'4 lying W of C * NW By. „ 12 95 29 BANCROFT »C. WESTERN TOWN LOT CO'l 1ST ADDITION Wm. J. It Margaret M. Norland „ 17 22 CALLS ADDITION CecU A. Robinson, Tr. Comm. irds. W It MS' N of SW Cor L. M. N m.' WIM.' 8 MO,' * m.' to pt. of b«g. . »„„„„,. E. C. Behnkendorf, Be( 1965 137344 61.80 .60 1435.74 1965 44.83 2.02 .60 47.45 1966* 34.38 1,68 140 3949 »»»• 2949 3.03 .60 2449 1965 42.84 2.73 .60 46.17 1965 66.41 3.12 .60 73.13 1965 38.18 1965 5.98 1-1-4 1.63 47 .60 .60 38.41 6.85 18rd. W of SW Cor, Lot 14 Blk. 1, Calif Add. N 40rd«., W to W line of Sec., S 40rds., E to beg. — 8EAHLE8 ADDITION (Life Est of Mary Sher- Wm* n H. and Lucille Sheridan 3 z MOREHOUSES 1ND ADDITION Harold H. Hundley 2-3 * 4 1 Harold H. Hundley 8 1 MOREHOUSES SUB DI*.Of' O. MOREHOUSrS !1»D ADDITION Helen Kemma Lot 12. O. L. 3 NICHOLSON'S 2ND ADDITION Emma Manus, 850' of 1 & N 1/3 of 2 1 BUELL'S 2ND ADDITION TO BUHT SUB-DIV. OF BLK. 1 ft 2 BUELLS ADDITION ^r 6 * 1"?. ** 12 4 198? 49.79 244 .60 52.63 AUD PLAT OF O. L. TO BURT IN WV4 OF SW«/ 4 . BWH. SEC. 24-17-21 Carl Hoernke. Strip 33' wide on North, East & South sides O. L. „___!. 7 25 97 29 1965 741 FENTON me. ' » ORIGINAL PLAT Vester Shott II 8 1980 1840 WESTERN TOWN OF LOT CO.'S 1ST ADDITION 1985 63.14 3.15 .60 66.89 1965* 146.82 13.94 140 161.96 .33 .60 844 .82 .60 19.72 Robert Mitchell, SEU H PART OF O. L. "C" St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church, That part of O. L. "C" beg 66" S of SB Cor Blk. 4 th W 140', S 100'. E 140, N 100' to beg. '. PARK ADDITION Clara Haase 10-11-12-13 & 14 3 LAKOTA WC. ORIGINAL PLAT Ralph & Bessie Wessels 7 8 Otis or Lenora Jenkins 16 9 LEDYARD INC. ORIGINAL PLAT Mary A. Bashara, et al 7 3 William Fennema, N'/a H 3 Bernard and Mary Ann Reilly 8 5 John Steinberg, E75' of 4 7 LONE ROCK INC. ORIGINAL PLAT Ruth Long Krueger ..84 Alvin Delbert Sharp, et al 18 4 LUVERNE INC. ORIGINAL PLAT James and Lavon Mallory 13 & 14 5 Mary E. Stoddard 4 6 Harrison & Mary Cord 9 6 Orbin Hagist 2 7 Peter Farmiks 2 B James L. Mallory 4 8 Emma B. Nelson, et al., E 106' of Lot 8 and all of . 0 '8 WHITMAN'S ADDITION Bernard and Alice E. Coyle — 14-15-16 i v 17 1 OUT LOTS TO LUVERNE Bernard & Alice Coyle, E. 366' O. L. 2 . UNPLATTED A. D. Burtis. S 300* of N 500' of Lot 2 W',i, SW, SW 31 94 27 SWEA CITY INC. ORIGINAL PLAT L. A. Olson and L. B. • Moberg 3 3 L. A. Olson and L. B. Moberg 4 3 Glen D. Curtis 3-10-11 & 12 3 Hoy & Maude Hurst 10-17 & 1!! 10 RICHMOND'S 4TH ADDITION Sarah E. Peterson, et al. 1-2 & 3 2!) HOWARD 1ST ADDITION Lt. Harry Montgomery Post 3963, Veteran of Foreign Wars of U. S., S 60' of E 145' of 3 1 1965 215.64 9.70 .60 225.94 1965* 194.88 18.11 1.20 214.19 1965 76.16 3.43 .60 80.19 1965 1965 1965 1965 1964 1965* 130.86 3642 3640 7.12 42.76. 94.60 5.89 1.66 1.63 .32 5.77 8.75 .60 .60 .60 .60 1420 140 137.35 39.08 38.43 8.04 49.73 104.55 1965 125.37 5.64 .GO 131.01 1065 5.08 .23 .60 5.91 1965* 1965' .1965 1965* 1965* 1965* 704.09 89.06 37.64 148.59 117.93 31.00 70.78 747 1.69 11.29 10.74 2.82 1.20 1.20 .60 1.20 140 1.20 776.07 07.53 39.93 161.08 120.87 35.02 1965* 103.91 9.46 1.20 114.57 19G5 6343 .2.85 .60 C6.68 1965 3.79 .17 .60 4.56 1!)65 !).74 .44 .60 10.78 1965' 29.34 1.99 1.20 32.53 1965* 274.36 21.13 140 296.69 !!H)5 34U.37 15.68 .60 3G'1.65 I'JOS 71.50 3.22 .60 75.38 1905 0-1.95 2.92 .60 60.-17 19C5 15.20 .69 .60 16.54 r Continued On Next Page I WEUE OPEN FOR BUSINESS • Mtitttiiiiit Watch For Our Grand Opening In The Near Future SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 1 INSTATE TIL 295-3549 ALGONA * <*•»!

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