Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1965 · Page 6
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Monday, May 24, 1965
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(Iowa) ADVANCE MONDAY, MAY 54. I I Set schedule forGarrigan Jr. high team , An 'extensive summer baseball program for the Garrigan junior high teams will begin June l.and continue through July 6. Teams represented will be from St. .Too. Wesley, St. Benedict, Whittemore parishes and two from Algona. A single-elimination tournament will start on July 11 and continue through July 18 after (he regular season's schedule is completed. Following is a schedule of the games. Parents are urged to clip and save this schedule for summer reference: GAME SCHEDULE (All games at 2 p.m. unless otherwise indicated) June I— Braves at Dodgers June 2— Wesley at St. Joe 6:30 p.m. June 3-rWhittemore at St. Benedict June 4— -Braves at St. Joe f 6:30 p.m. Junife 5— Wesley at Dodgers. June, 8,-^ Whittemore at Wesley June\9-HDodgers at Benedict June 10— Bra ves at. Wesley June ;11'— Benedict at Whitte• \ more June 14— Wesley at Benedict June 15— Dqdgers at St. Joe " 6:30 p.m. June 16 — Dodgers at Braves June 17— St. Benedict at Wesley June 18— Braves at Whittemore June 19— Whittemore at St. Joe J 6:30 p.m. June 21— Whittemore at Dodgers June 22— St. Joe at Dodgers ? 6:30 p.m. June 23— Benedict at Braves June 24— St. Joe at Whittemore = 6.30 p.m. June 25— Wesley at Braves June 28— Dodgers at Whittemore June 29— St. Joe at Wesley 6:30 p.m. June 30 — Whittemore at Braves July 1— St. Joe at Benedict 6:30 p.m. . July 2— Dodgers at Wesley July 6— St. Benedict at St. Joe ' 6:30 p.m. Bulldog golfers lose at Clear Lake The Algona high school golf team lost its final match of the year, 173-178 to Clear Lake Thursday afternoon at Clear Lake. The reserves also lost, 188-193, only the second defeat of-the season for the yearlings. Dan Merryman led the . varsity with a 43> All other scores went up a stroke — ^Dave Agena 44, Phil Taylor 45, Greg Buchan. an 46 and Brad Kraft 47. "' 1 Don Hagen paced the reserves with a 45, while Craig Taylor had a 46, Tim Will a 50, John Will 52 and Greg Perkins 54. Algona track team to Drake meet THESE ALGONA high track men left Friday with their coach for Dps Moines toj en.ter the, Class AA track meet at Drake Stadium to compete with some • of the finest track and field performers in Iowa history.' From left to right are Skip Perkins, entered in the, medley relay; Glen Tschetter, in the 5 ifille relay; Dale Teeter, in the medley and.- mile, relay; Dave Martin, low hurdles, mile; and" medley relays; Wayne Patterson, pole vault, mile and medley relays; and, coach Ai> nold Hill. " Photo by Mike Stillman., ing awards for women made to LuVerne team LuVerne — A banquet was served Tuesday evening in the Enterprise lunch room at the LuVerne Lanes for the women of the Trauger team. Members are Mrs. Gail Wolf, Mrs. Owen Curry, Mrs. Eugene Casey, Mrs. Robert Barber, Mrs. Everett Schipull, Mrs. Harding Hansen. First place trophy was presented to Mrs! Hansen. Ball point pens of the LuVerne Lanes were presented to those with 185 average during the season. Mrs. Clarence Casey received an award, for showing ' most improvement. Mrs. Hansen received award for highest average; Mrs. Lawrence Miller received award for highest game bowled which was 230. Officers for new year elected are Mrs. Charles Sorensen, president; Mrs. Jerry Stille, vice; Mrs, Theodore Johnson, sec-treas.; Mrs. William Hippen, Sgt. Mrs. Dale Zentner was chairman of the committee for, the decorations of the banquet. - Garriganwins 4tk golf meet here Wednesday Garrjrmn eeked put a narrow one-stroke victory over Newman oi Mason City here Wednesday night in golf, 174-17g», at the Al- gona Country Club. It was the second win over the visitors for. Algona. Brian LaBarre fired a 38 to share medalist honors and pace the local win. Bob Smith, recent winner of^ the DYO meejt at Fonda, had a 45 as did John Bradley. John Hamilton shot a 46 while Dan Owens' 51 and Mark Erpelding's 53 did not figure in the final: scoring. The, Bears, closed their season here Friday. Class of 1915 here will have reunion in June By Evelyns Cady The- high school graduating class of 1915 is already making plans, for a reunion, a class se,v- sn o'clock dinner Saturday evening, June 5th at the Johnson Mouse, and a picnic June 6th at Alfred Schenck's. • : At 3 o'clock .'after,,'.thet!picnic visitors will be welcome to visit with old friends. ., Of the class those deceased are August Baier, Paul Benja min, Kenneth A. Beavers, Reid Davidson, Emma Johnson, Ethe Johnson Putney, > and Russel Peterson. , Others of the class are Dicic Bean (Mrs. Howard Quinn, 16 Elorietta Court,. Orinda, Calif.) Eva Brown'. (Mrs. Will Dailey) 408 W. 8th Ave., Bristow, Okla. r NOTICE TO ALL WATER CONSUMERS We will be flushing hydrants Not all, but in some neighborhoods, this work may result in water taking a dowdy or riled appearance for a short time. The flushing crews will take every precaution to eliminate as much of this as possible, bpt in order to clear the mains of accumulated rust and to make sure that all fire hydrants are in the best possible condition, a certain amount of disturbance if unavoidable. The purity and safety of the water will not be affected, it will contain nothing harmful, so if it happens in your neighborhood do not be alarmed. After the job is finished your water will seen return to its usual sparkle and clearness. Flushing will be done on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, May 2$th, 27th end 28th. T. James Palmer, Superintendent ALGQNA MUNICIPAL UTILITIES L~ Nellie A. Brown (Mrs. Arthur Klein), 1140 W. Lunt St. Apt, 2A, Chicago, 111.; Roy A. Brownell, 332 N. Maplehurst, Ferndale, Mich.; Marjorie Carlon, (Mrs. Frank Karriman), 28824 Carriiel Rd., Sun. City, Calif.; Ethel Mae Haekman (McDougal), 1304- S. Virginia; Mason City. Mamie Harrison (Mrs. George Baier), 1309* S. 9th St., Salina, Kans.; Ruth Jackson (Mrs. Clarence Achilles), New Hampton, a., Rt. 2; Grace Johnson (Mrs. Cornelius Larson), Algona; Welcome Johnston (Mrs. John Donegan, 739 Polk St., Phoenix, Ariz.; Maroa Keith (Mrs. Howard losengarten-, 1216 Springhill Rd., Vellanora, Pa.; Stewart Mc- 'adden, Algona; Vivian Miller, 2220 Robles Ave., San Marino, alif.; Alice Moline (Mrs; Paul Benjamin), 2400 Coral Way,- Miami, Fla. : '/;>; David W. Moore, 522 N. 2t|th, Horvallis, Ore.; Orpha O'Keefe |Mrs. Owen Kerr , 3244 Stevens Ave., Minneapolis, Minn.; ; Georgia Rawson, 2258 Sherman Aye,, Evanston, 111.; Alfred Schenck, Algona; Nellie Schoby ( Glen Jenkinson), Algona; Cassie Skilling; Leon Stock, P. 0. Box 3021' Maryville, Wash.; MerVfr Wil!iamson,,:,6421,, Citadel Drive; Huntihgton Beach, Calif.; Frah\ ces Wright, 718 W. 2nd'St., Ea gle Grove, la.; Agatha' Caughlin (Mrs. Andrew Hanson), Algona; Harold Cogswell could- not be located. ; The class will have an assist; ant in Druscilla Gaughlin (Mrs Don Mertz), Grand Island, Neb.' not a member of the class bi|i the local group will need plenty of Assistance on arrangements-, Welcome Johnston Doncgan 36 Bauer oft children enrol! in kindergarten Bancroft — Thirty-six child' ten have enrolled in kindergaf' ten in the Bancroft public school thus far according to teacher Mrs. Lovstad, The youngsters and: their parents are as follows: ; David Bauer, (Prank, Jr.); An? gela Bednarz, (Josef); Philip Blocker, (Edward); Cathy Boeckholt, (Harold); Allen Delperdang, (Gordon); James Dudding> (Jack); Gregg Elsbecker, (Eu gene); Laurie Ferguson, (Del >ert); James. Ingalls, (Charles); "imberly Inmah, (Ross); Steven :arels, (William); Albin Kayser, Albin); Mary Kennedy, (Wll- am); Jeanne Kockler, (George); )ebra Lampe, (Gene); Marie .eners, (Michael); David Logan, Verne); Kelly, Mulligan, (Ken eth); Richard Mulligan, (Ar hur); Sheila Murray, (Joseph); anjce Nemmefs, (Larry); Paricia Priester, .(Francis); Randy Rahe, (Robert); Didne Ratiganj Robert); Anthony Renger, (Wal : er); Thomas. Schneider, (An^ hony); Nancy Shoenhair, (Richrd); Theresa Sullivan, (James); Timothy, S.ullivan, (James); Douglas Schiltz, (Francis); Pa- •icia Schiltz, (Edward); Joyce v*aske, (Marvin); Rirrtberly Wagner,-(Joseph); Christopher Wdp, Arthur); Monte Wolf, (Gedfge, J>.)j Randy Carperttef, (Befft- child in the kindergarten class, oes not plan to come, because f poor health. Fifty years/is a long time to over in two meetings. The diner and picnic will be enjoyed ogether and "remembering," nd getting Acquainted with the arious spouses. Ringsted — The March of )imes. report for 1965 given by Mrs. Gordon Howe totaled 191.95, slightly lower than the 195 collected last year. „ Carol originally, meant a song ccompanied; by dancing. LONG COATS (UP TO $1.75 VALUE) 1.39 PANTS If the patents have n6t ?e^ turned the" pf&school health fofms to Mrs. LovsUid, of have not, as yet, registered their please do so by May 21. A child must be 5 y- age ort or before September *15 to be eligible to start school this fan. : • •" ": New reductions make rates on many Long Distance calls lower than ever---now you can enjoy a pleasant family chat at reduced rates every night after 6 o'clock and all day on both Saturday and Sunday! Why not catch up on family news by Long Distance, It's the next best thing to being there. New lower rates all day Saturday! You can now, make a;3-minute station-to-statjon' call to anywhere in. the continental United States (except Alaska); for $1.50,orjgss '"• all day Saturday to 8-jrvm. .(These-raties.also apply between 6 and 8' jKln; on weekdays.) •:> -''-vV •.;,';".';."""'' .,:],-'•• ''- •' - •-•••'/''•'• Even lower rates all day Sunday! Tj'ake adyahtage of the lowest rates; or all:—you can now call anywhereein the cqntiriental United States (except Alaska), for $1.00/or_fess allday Sunday^ (These rates also apply from 8 p.m. to 4:30 a.m. weeH^Ays,and Saturdays.) Rales thown ptus tax. Northwestern Bell K'S OK Only MARSHALL* SWIFT SAVEYOUSOMUCN Just When Sayings Count the Most It makes no difftrtnce whether yojj send two garments or • dozen, you five on each one and enjoy Algona'* finest dry cleaning. ALGONA GLEANERS 1 LAUNDEREBS ';Aljjona's Qijslity Dry Cleaners" PwF r«t PMwp ft Itflviry OIAi6-32«5 B.F.Goodrich TIRE SALE PLUS TAX FOR SECOND TIRE EXCHA1GE NEW TIRES GOOD THIS WEEK ONLY May 24 to 29 All line* and all met to fit any and all car* are available at this special offer — any second tire for only $7 plus tax and exchange. Below are. ojv ly a few sampje sites and prices — all are *• vailable, J«tT.ir« No Trade Brice x 13 $17,15 $ x14 |t6JO 8,00 x 14 $18.70 6JO x 15 mbt typ« $12,20 * PLUS TAX AND EXCHANGE THESE RETREADS CARRY A WRITTEN ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE FORTHIUPI @RTH€ 0000 RETRfApS M loch SAOO ALL SIZES - - ALL LINES BETTER BEST No Trad* Price S20.U 124.60 S28.20 $24.60 Any 2nd IstTira Tire No Trade,Price Any 2nd Tire, $25,15 $31,20 $34,20 $31,20 6 BEST RETRiAPS 13, 14, 1§

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