Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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SPORTS 6—ALGONA (lew*) ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 13, IMS Titonka girls win district track meet Tilonka high school won the girls district track meet held at Titonka Saturday afternoon, compiling 49 points and edging Terril by 2M> points. Other area teams 1o chalk up points were Senlral (35), Cor- with-Weslcy (17). Lakota (13), Burt (4) and Twin Rivers (2). Following are the winners and runnersup. both of whom will advance to slate meet later this spring. Field events—discus—1. Joan Cosgrove, Titonka, 2. Ivadelle Tietz, Sentral 95-5%; broad jump—1. Mickey Galbraith, Terril, 2. Brenda DcWall, Rolfe, 16-10%; high jump—1. Lois Stuflick, Kanawha, 2. Connie Eggena, Rockford, 4-7; soft ball throw—1. Joyce Nebelick, Lake Park, 2. Lois Stuflick, Kanawha, 211-3; shot put—1. Donna De- Vary, Lincoln Central, 2. Rose Ricke, Corwith-Wesley, 32-11; Running events—80 meter low hurdles—1. Patty O'Ncil, Terril, 2. Pat Zwiefel, Burt, :12.9; 880 relay—1. Lincoln Cen- tral, 2. Titonka, 1:66.7; BflO— 1. Violet Jaren, Titortka, 2. Kathy Boyd, Lakota, 2:49.9; 60—1. Mickey Galbraith, Tcrril, 2. Lana Wicks, Kanawha; :07.3; 320 meter shuttle hurdle relay—1. Lincoln Central, 2. Terril, :59.6; 220 —1. Mickey Galbrailh, Tcfrli, 2. Sara Bcckford, Rolfe, :25.8; 440 —1. Donna Becker, Lakola, 2. Joyce Habelsick, Lake Park, :68.2; 320 shuttle relay—1. Sentral, 2. Corwith-Wcslcy, :45.7; 440 medley relay—1. Lincoln Central, 2. Titonka, :56.3; 100 —1. Mickey Galbraith, TcrrU, 2. Sara Bcckford, Rolfe :11.5; 880 medley—1. Rolfe, 2. Lincoln Central, 2:05.1; 440 relay—1. Titonka, 2. Central :54.7. Algona fourth, Bears 5th in sectional golf Algona high school finished fourth and Garrigan ninth in the 10-team sectional golf tournament at Humboldt Monday. Humboldt won the meet with a 327 total and runnerup Lake City, which also advanced to the district, had a 337 total. Laurens was ahead of Algona. with 350 and then came the 1963 FORD Galaxie 4-door, Overdrive, radio, V-8 engine, light turquoise finish. 1963 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, radio, Beige 1961 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, radio, White > 1961 FORD 2-door, 8 cyl., Club Victoria Galaxie Hardtop, automatic, radio, power steering, power brakes, White 1960 FORD Galaxie 4-door, V-8, Power Steering, Cruise-a- Matic, radio, spotless, red and white finish. 1960 FORD Ranch Wagon 4-door, V-8 engine, standard transmission, radio 1960 FORD 2-door, 8-cylinder, Fairlane, Blue 1959 FORD Galaxie 4-door, light blue and white, with matching trim, radio, Cruise-a-Matic, extra nice. 1955 FORD 8 cyl. Country Sedan, 8 passenger Wagon, overdrive, radio, Red 1958 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Fairlane 500, automatic, radio, power steering, Red & White 1961 FALCON Wagon, automatic, radio, Blue 1957 PLYMOUTH 8 cyl. Sport Coupe, Savoy, automatic, Black : 1959 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, automatic, radio, Pink and White ' '' ( "" ' , - ' '*' ^ •'-* ! I 1959 EDSEL 4-door, 8 cyl. Ranger, automatic, radio, Green 1961 MERCURY Meteor 800, 4-door .automatic, radio, Turquoise & White 1960 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, Power Steering, Mercoma- tic, radio, blue finish. 1958 MERCURY <-dr., automatic, radio, power steering, power brakes, power seat, Red & White 1957 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, automatic, radio, Tutone Brown 1955 PONTIAC 4-door, 8 cyl. Star Chief Custom, automatic, power steering, power brakes, Beige 1956 CADILLAC 4-door, full power, 2-tone Blue and White, extra clean, very sharp mechanically 1956 CHEVROLET 4-door, V-8 engine, Power Glide, blue and white. 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door 88 Celebrity, automatic, radio, Turquoise 1960 CHEVROLET 4-dr., 6 cpl. Biscayne, automatic, radio, power steering, Blue & White 1961 COMET 4-door, Station Wagon, radio, Red 1962 CHEVROLET 2-door, 8 cyl., Bel Air, radio, white USED TRUCKS 1962 and 1963 Ford Heavy Duly F-600 TRUCKS Both red — Both have 8-cylinder engines. We have in stock new Fiasco 14 ft. Grain Box with Hoitt to fit either truck. Perfect for farm use! See up today! 1964 FORD Econoline Station Bus, Blue 1960 FQRP 6 cyl. F-100 Pickup, White f?6Q IHC Pickup, V? Ton Taylor Motor Co. "Friendliness and Courtesy Always" State & Jenes Streets Algona Bulldogs with 355 and Gtftigan Wilh.389, Phil Taylor led Algona with a 4443 — 87 while senior Dave Agena had a 47-41 — 88, senior Danny Merryman a 47-42 — 89 and Greg Buchanan a 46-45 — 91. Two Humboldt golfers, John Benda and ex«Algonan Gary Lcwellyn were medalists with a 76 and 80. Garrigan was placed by Bob Smith with a 43-40 — 83. Brian LaBarrc was off form with a 46-46 — 92. John Bradley carded a 47-47 — 94 and Mark Er- pclding had a 49-51 — 100. The high school golfers will meet Forest City here Friday and then travel to Humboldt for the conference meet Saturday. Garrigan will meet Newman at the Mason City Country Club Thursday and then travels to Fonda for the DYO meet next Tuesday. Swea City 5th in district ^ track meet Swea City placed fifth in the Class C boys, track meet at Milford last weekend. Because of bad weather, the final relay events were completed Monday. Up until Monday, the Trojans were tied lor the top with Emmetsburg Catholic but the Trojans managed only one point in the final tour events. They advanced Daniclson to the state in,the,shot put as he won the event with a 50'8" heave. Kockler won the mile run with a fine time of 4:48.3. King took .the 440-yard dash with a :51.8 time while the Swea City 880-relay team also advanced. Sentral finished the meet with 16 points; Duane DeSart moved to the.state as he placed second in the high jump. He also was second in the high hurdles while Doug Geitzenauer was second in the low hurdles. Swea Cityan is named by state food servers ' Twin! Rivers, Titonka, Lakota, LuYorne an,d West Bend participated in the Class C district track meet at Belmond Friday but only Twin Rivers managed to advance anyone to the state meet. The Pirates' two-mile relay, team placed second to Kanawha to earn,a state meet berth. s The Pirates also took 16 V 4 points for 10th place in the meet: Titonka had 11 points for 12th, LuVerhe was 14th with seven points, West Bend had five points for 15th and Lakota tied lor the bottom with Rockwell with four points. PRIZE NOVEL — Dr: William C. Murray of West Branch won the Meredith Press prize with his novel of Irish life, "Michael Joe." It went on sale in book stores throughout the nation this month. .Dr., Murray is pro- fesspr of English at the State University of Iowa and lives on a fen acre farm casf of West Branch. ' ' i MRS. (ONE Richardson, cen- ,cr, Swea City, was elected state secretary of the Iowa Food ^Service Assn. at the convention; in Marshalltovyn May 1. Shown congratulating her on the right is Helen Comfort and Nellie Van Allen on the left. Mrs. Van Allen was chosen as delegate to the National Convention in Louisville, Ky. in August. . ' She' is manager of the Swfea City school lunch program; Has served as a county officer i ! of the ISFSA; and is district chairman. Kossuth county was the first county 'in Iowa tof-organize school cooks. Mrs. Max Goldman,' Forest City, formerly Titonka, was one of the main speakers. Kossuth cooks went by'char- tered bus from Algona. Attending from Swea City were Mrs. Richardson, Mrs. Julius Hill, Mrs. Harold Anderson, Mrs. Eunice Sanders and Mrs. Harriet Patterson. TO BOYS STATE Charles Stewart and Ommund Skaar have been chosen by the Legion and Lions club to represent Swea City at the annual Hawkeye Boys State in June. Alternates are Duane Larson, son of the Lowell Larsons, and LeRoy Larsen, son of the Harvey L. Larsens. Charles is the son of Supt. and Mrs. Edward Stewart. He has been active in,'all sports, was freshman vice pr§si- dent;-and president of the soph more class. He is vice president of the Lettcnnans club and'. is a member of the National Honor Society. Ommund is the son of Mrs. Lars Skaar and the late Mr. Skaar, is active in basketball, vocal groups, and on school paper staff and annual staff. He was in the Jr. class play, is on student council, member of National Honor Society and vice president of sophomore class. OFFJCERS INSTALLED Mrs. Otto Kelly was installed for her second term as president of the Methodist WSCS. New officers installed were Mrs. Beverly fggerth, ttflu.i Mrs. Darrel Bishop, campus ministry;; Mrs. Otte fiflgk membership; Mrs, Harvey Hubbard and Mr 1 ! George Rohiift, local church activities; Mfs, James Preston, Christian • Voca* tions and missionary personal. Officers Installed for another year were Mrs, Cliff Van Ber< kum, vice president; Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson, recording secretary; Mrs. Harold Fischer, social relations; Mrs. Wm. Thompson, program material; Mrs. Mervin Johnson, missionary education; Mrs. Curtis Kluger, spiritual life; Mrs. Clayton Angle, supply work. COACH IS HIRED The school board has hired Thomas Dawson, Oelwein, to coach track, assist in football and teach social studies and physcal education for the coming year. He has a major in social studies and minor in physical education. He is married and will move to Swea City in August. The position of vocal teacher is still open. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Nasby attended a family gathering Mother's Day at Worthington, Minnesota, being met there by their son John and Mrs. Nasby's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jake wyborg, of Jackson, and the Nasby's son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs? Herb Panko, of Tyler, Minnesota. Mrs. Alice Ditsworth will be home' this week from Kalispell, Mont, where she had.spent the winter with her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lykins. She will spend most of, the summer with her sister Mrs. Grace Jackman. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fuchsen were dinner guests Sunday of the latter's brother and sister-in- law Mr. and Mrs. Earl Angle at Burt. The Angle's daughter Marcia was home from Ames for the Mother's Day weekend. Open House is to be held at the Kossuth County Historical Society rooms over the S & L store Sunday, May 16, from 2 till 5 o'clock. The committee in charge is Don Smith Sr., Claude Seeley, Dick Palmer, Mrs. Fred Geigel and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler. A Trinity Lutheran Sunday school convention was held from last week,Friday till Sunday May 9 at Des Moines. In attendance from here were Mrs. Randall Clark, Mrs. Richard; Groen, and Mrs. Ben Groen, of Swea City, Mrs. Ronald Meyer, of Rodman, and Mrs. Milford Gade, of West Bend. Mrs. Bertha Pommer is entertaining her sewing club Tuesday afternoon, May 18. Mrs. Bertha Pommer had as dinner guests Mother's Day her son arid daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft, of Fenton, her son-in-law and daughter Mr. ,ind Mrs. Caret De Waard, of Wesley ind a phone call from her daughter Johnette Kahl, of Port":and, Ore. Mr. and Mr. Kirby Smith, of B r Goodrich JACK'S TIRE SERVICE Made in premium tire molds, this tire should sell for'30! The Mile-Saver is a brand-new tire with premium tire features built from our 1962 pre« mium tire molds to be sold only during our 94th Anniversary. Because of limited quantities, only one in 700 car owners can own 3 pair of these special-production tires. NEWI.F.GOODRIGH TIRI PROTECTION PUN guarantees* every new Mile-Saver for as long as It has tread! NOW! ALL POPULAR SIZES, ONE PRICE! Thest *lzes(7.50i 14 8.50 .14-6.70. 15-7 7.60x15) M all thes«c»r» BUICK • CHEVROLET CHRYSLER • DODGE • FORQ MERCURY . OLDSMOBILE PLYMOUTH • PONTIAC RAMBLER . STUDEBAKER WILLYS YOU HAVE INSTUTCKOIT in our store with yftur national credit c«rds. additional charge for mounting! QTHEH QUALITY B.F. GOODRICH $A TIRES AS WW AS gi Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beafdsiey, Mrs. Laura Palmer and Dick Palmer spent Mother's Day together at dinner. . Mr, and Mfi. Herman (Bunk had their son Fred and family and Mrs. Warmouth, of Humboldt as dinner guests Mother's Day. In the afternoon they went lo the Doan vicinity and were supper guests of the Funk's son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. txniis Hanson. Mr. and Mr*. Eugene Furjt have moved to Britt where he is continuing his work as a CPA and is also manager of Britt Tech. The children Janet and Joan are staying with the paternal grandparents Mr. and Mr. Henry Furst until the school year is completed. The Fursts sold their home to Howard Miller. Mrs. Henry Furst had as Friday guests Mrs. Anna Telkamp, of Lakota, and Mrs. Norman Helmke, of Renwick. Mother's Day they had their son Richard and family of Cedar Falls as guests. Mr. and Mrs. William Geering had their granddaughters Billie Jean and Janelle Black, of Spencer, as guests from Friday till Sunday, Mother's Day, wh»n they were joined by the parents Rev. and Mrs. Everett Black for a family dinner and returned home with them. • Mrs. Louis Lynk and Mrs. William Geering are going to Mason City Thursday to see Mrs Harriet Schmidt at Park hospital. Mrs. Schmidt was taken there following a fall Sunday, May 9, in which she suffered a broken hip. Mrs. C. A. Geilenfeld had as Mother's Day dinner guests her Engaged Wesley — The Leon Gardners announce the engagement and forth coming marriage of their daughter, Dianne to Larry M. Tobin. He is a son of the Chester Tobins, Floyd. The wedding will take place July 3 in Austin, Minn. She is a graduate of Hamilton Business College, Mason City, and is employed by Hormel at Austin, Minn. He has served four years in the navy and is now employed by the Oliver Corp., Charles, City t-' son-in-law and daughter Mr. amf Mrs. Marion Donohue, of Forest City. She was supper guest that evening of Mrs.. Walter Riedel at Burt. •••-•• • Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert had a telephone call Mother's day from their son.- Michael who is in the navy and stationed at Genoa, Italy. He also talked with his grandmother Mrs. Chris Mtgnussen, erf Jackson, Minn., who was * pest at the Gilbert's. Another son John whs wia ifi the air force and was it Mc- Ouife, New Jersey when he con* tided his family, has completed his four years of service and is expected home this week. He has been stationed at Bitburg, Germany. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Oil' bert and Mrs. Chris Magnussen, of Jackson, Minn., spent Moth' er's day at Charles City with the Gilbert's son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gary Berneau and family. H, V, Cooke, Emmetsburg, father of Mrs. Walter Peterson, had surgery in Fort Dodge Mercy hospital Monday morning. He is reported in satisfactory condition. Mrs. Cooke is staying with another daughter, the Don Stavers of Fort Dodge, while he is hospitalized. BRIDAL SHOWER A miscellaneous bridal show- v er was given Tuesday evening in the Baptist church basement honoring Patricia Peterson. Corsages were presented to the bride-to-be, her mother and sister, Kim, to the mother and the grandmother of the groom-to-be and to Debbie Laws who helped With the gifts. In charge of the program were Mary Helen Yeoman and Margaret Heerdt. Mrs. Leonard Maasdam gave devotions. A hymn, "God Will Take Care of You," was sung. Mrs. Mack Carlson gave the prayer. Hostesses were Circle No. 1 with Mrs. Paul Richardson and Mrs. Lyle Black in charge. Pat Peter-; son and Steven Ostrum will be. married' in the Baptist church,' May 22. 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