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ABVANCB THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1965 Kotsuth League opont Sunday I Baseball will open Sunday in the Kossuth League with'two games on tap. Swea City will be at Arnolds Park at 8:15 p.m. and Bancroft plays at St. ,loe at 2 tl.hl. St. Benedict will bo idle. Games will continue until Aug. 15 when the playoffs begin. Need Printing? AT THE ADVANCE Happiness is being Maid of Honor and getting a Bulova! SPORTS Summer program for youngsters is set CONCERTO "0" LEADING LADY "A 1 ' Modern youthful look Perfect for every In a 17 jewel quality occasion. 21 jewels, watch. Shock- Yellow or white, resistant. ' $,35.95 Yellow or white. $24.15 DEANS • Watches • China •Gifts "When something happy happens — it's Bulova Watch Time" Prices plus ta» .•»••«*.»* »•'••• @ Final plans were completed this week on the summer Algona city recreation program, it was announced this week by chairman Frank Moulton. Opening day for the "Arts A Crafts" program with be Monday, June 7. Elaine Bruch and Diana Rent*, assisted by Kathy Bestenlohner, will handle the work. The program will be at the Bryant school for six weeks. There will be two age groups — one from three to five years ikl and the'second from 6 to 10 years of age. The group will mcel daily, Monday through Friday, from 9 to 11:15 a.m. Boys and girls are urged to come and enroll the first week if possible. There is a daily charge of 5 cents. THE WADING pool at the Athletic Park will also open on Monday, June 7, and hours will be from 1:30 until 5 p.m. seven days a week. The age limit for use of the wading pool is up to 9 years of age. Three softbal! leagues for girls this year There will be three girls softball leagues this summer, it was announced this week by chairman Steve Ostrum. He announced the first league will be for 3rd and 4th graders, another will be for 5th and 6th graders and the senior group will be for girls 7th and 8th grades. Play will start June 14 on the Bryant and Third Ward school diamonds. There will be three games per night, starting at 6:30 p.m. Ostrum said the "success of this program will depend as always on parent participation as both coaches and umpires." IT you are interested in helping in either capacity, please contact Mr. Ostrum — phone 5-3837 during the day the evenings. and 5-7150 in RETIRING — Mary Williams and Charles Sage of Colfax are retiring after many years in the Colfax school system. , t Bulldogs win on no-hitter, 5-0 Algona high school opened its summer baseball season with a combined no-hitter as the Bulldogs blanked Britt, 5-0 Under the lights Tuesday night, Algona will open its North Central Conference campaign Friday night here beginning at 6:30 p.m. against Webster City at the Bulldog diamond. Eagle Grove will tion there provide the opposi- next Tuesday night Golf Lessons AT THE HILLSIDE GOLF CLUB WESLEY, IOWA — PRIVATE OR GROUP- Contact Val Ruffo, Pro., for appointments Green Fees — $1.50 weekdays $2.00 Sat., Sun., & Holidays Memberships — $48.00 Family $36.00 Single Telephone Wesley 3951 • • t at Its best with "Quality You Can Taste" June is dairy month ANDERSON ERICKSON PAIRY PRODUCTS ERICKSON At Your Favorite Food Store or Super Market Top wrestler A STATE WRESTLING champion Denny Miller happily shakes the hand of Coach Champ Martin after announcement he was named the "Most Valuable Wrestler" for the 1964-65 season. He is shown receiving the coveted "Gary Kern Award". 1964 PORD Galaxie 500, 4-door, Cruise-a-Matic, Radio, Povtejr Steering, Swing-away Steering Wheel, White Sidewall tires, 2-tone Blue A White. 1963 FORD Fairlane 500, 6-cylinder, Radio, Fordomatic, Solid White, extra nice. 1963 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Galaxie, automatic, radio, Beige 1962 FORD Galaxie, solid white color, V-8, straight transmission, radio. 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 2-door, 8-cylinder, Fairlane, Blue 1958 FORD 4-door, 8 cyl., Fairlane 500, automatic, radio, power steering, Red & White 1955 FORD 8 cyl. Country Sedan, 8 passenger Wagon, overdrive, radio, Red 1961 FALCON Wagon, automatic, radio, Blue 1958 PLYMOUTH 4-door Sedan, 6-cylinder engine, with overdrive, two-tone Blue. . 1957 PLYMOUTH 8 cyl. Sport Coupe, Savoy, automatic, Black 1959 EDSEl, 4-door, 8 cyl. Ranger, automatic, radio, Green 1960 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, Mercomatic, power brakes, steering, light beige, new tires. 1961 MERCURY Meteor 800, 4-door .automatic, radio, Turquoise & White 1960 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, Power Steering, Mercoma- tic, radio, blue finish. 1957 MERCURY Monterey 4-door, automatic, radi9, Tutone Brown 1959 VOLVO 4-«oeed transmission, jet black finish, radio, well-cared for foreign sports car. 1960 OLDSMOBILE 4-door 88 Celebrity, automatic, radio, Turquoise 1960 CHEVROLET 4-dr., 6 cpl, Biscayne, automatic, radio, power steering, Blue & White 1962 CHEVROLET 2-door, 8 cyl., Bel Air, radio, white 1959 CHEVROLET Station Wagon, power glide, radio, power steering, power brakes, two-tone tan and white. 1950 PESOTO 8-patsenger sedan, black, spotless inside and out, a fine older car in excellent condition. USED TRUCKS 1964 FORD Econoline Station ius, Blue 1963 FORD Econoline Window Van, side and rear door. I960 FORD $ cy|. F-100 Pickup, White 19*0 IHG Pickup, V, Ton 1954 QM£ Pickup, V?-Ton, 7-foot Bo*, $-cy!Jnde r. Taylor Motor Co. "Friendliness and Courtesy Always" State $ Jon** Streets Algont at 8 p.m. Steve Hardy pitched the first five hitless innings and Craig Espe came on to retire Britt without a hit in the final two frames. Espe whiffed five men while Hardy, who was unbeaten last summer, had eight strikeouts. ALGONA scored single'runs in the third, fourth and fifth innings and two in the sixth. Dan Gilmore knocked home a run in the third with a single after Tim Claude had walked and "Skip" Perkins reached base on an error. The Bulldogs got another in the fourth after two were out. Bob Farnham scored after reaching base on an error as Claude doubled and Larry Scob- ba singled. The fifth inning run came on a single by Gilmore, a stolen base and passed ball ana then an error. J ,Two walks set up the final two Bulldog runs. ' ALGONA (5) T. Claude, 2b. ___ Scobba, If. Perkins, cf. .___ ab -2 -3 r 2 0 0 Gilmore. c. Meyer. 3b. _„__. Teeter, ss. Hardy, p. Espe, p. . Barr, rf. Boldridge, rf. 1 Martin, rf. 1 Farnham, Ib. 2 TOTALS ___: 28 BRITT (0) ab Price, cf. , 2 Eerinius, If. 2 Thompson, 3b. 2 Fox, rf. ^ ____ 3 Stork, p. 3 Ryan, p. ^ 0 M. Hunsley, Ib. 2 Simpson, ss. .2 Anderson, ss. ...ii _.0 D. Hunsley, 2b 3 Stenleeg, c. _. 2 TOTALS 21 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 r 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MUSHROOM — Mrs. Lewis C. Scott, of Baldwin and her sister, Mrs. Gladys Jones of Wheatland recently came across, an unusual mushroom. The stem had no less than 14 mushrooms attached. Bowlers Attention! Scotch Doubles SUNDAY NIGHT, JUNE 6th BEGINNING AT 7:30 P.M. Open Bowling Every Saturday & Sunday Evening HK + + + + + + LAN I 11 14 N. 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