The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1965 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1965
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(lo.) Upp*r D*« Mo In** fhurtday, April 22, 1965 GHS Baseball Season Opens Garrigan high's baseball team hasn't been holding workouts outside very long - and got on their diamond for the first time Monday after using an open field north of the school for earlier sessions. Coach Pat Daugherty's team was slated to host Corwith-Wesley at Garrigan Field yesterday (Wednesday) in the home season opener. Coach Daugherty is shown in the above photo, at left, giving batting instuictions to five returning lettermen, Randy Kollasch, Louie Bleich, Dick Salz, Dick Bleicli and Chuck Becker. Mike Lickteig, shortstop, is sidelined with an injured back at the present time, has been taking treatments and Daugherty will know later this month if he is going to be available. (UDM Polaroid Photo) New Business Here A new business established in Algona, to service the entire state, is the Shamrock Vending Co. operated by Don McCarthy. The Company has a franchise for vending machines to distribute pistaccio and cashew nuts in public places throughout Iowa. Wishing For A Buyer Won't Make That Sale! AHS Track Team To Spencer Coach Arnie Hill and his Algona high thinclads plan to open the local track season with a trip to the Spencer Relays this Friday (tomorrow), weather permitting. The team, which has four lettermen from 1964, is working out daily at the new track, and appears to be shaping up. Hill and his lettermen are shown above, left to right, Ron Burtis, Wayne Patterson, Hill, Skip Perkins and Dale Teeter. The Bulldogs will travel to Milford for their relays Monday, then to the Esthervllle Relays Thursday, Aprl) 29, before hosting the annual Bulldog Relays here Saturday, May 1. (UDM Polaroid Photo) 101 - 10WAN PASSES Mrs. Sarah Sipes, one of Seymour's oldest residents, died at the age of 101 there last month. Johnnies Drop 4-1 Decision To Mason City St. John's of Bancroft ran into the hot pitching and hitting of Mike Kittle son and dropped a 4-1 decision to the Mason City Mohawks at Bancroft in the season opener for the Johnnies. Kittleson proved tough in the clutches as he allowed four hits, including doubles by Chuck Schneider and Gene Meister, but set down a dozen Johnnies on strikeouts while allowing three walks. Don Hutchinson and Schneider worked on the hill for St. John's with the latter getting the loss. Mason City garnered just three hits, but Kittleson got the long blow of the game when he belted a home run in the fifth. hoff, who took the loss, Bill Hall and Bill Milder. Coach Pat Daugherty's club will travel to Corwith for a meeting with Corwith-Weslev SALESMAN SPECIAL 1957 Pontiac 4-door Sedan, hardtop, this is better than most, V8, automatic transmission, radio, ready at only $325. SEE OR CALL CHARLIE DEVINE AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO., ALGONA. 30 SALESMEN WANTED The Pan-O-Gold Baking Company is interested in hiring route salesmen. Men must be between the ages of 21 and 35, married, aggressive, willing to work, bondable, and have a stable employment record. Guaranteed beginning weekly wage of $91.50 with commission and increases to follow. Paid vacations, insurance, and retirement. Unlimited opportunity for advancement in this rapidly expanding organization for willing workers. For appointment contact: MR. IVAN RAY PAN-0-GOLD BAKING CO. FORT DODGE, IOWA PHONE 576-1191 27-28 Garrigan's baseball team opened Us 1965 season, traveling to Mason City for a contest which was scheduled for the local diamond which could not be used, and dropped a 4-0 decision to the Mohawks Tuesday night. Mike Kittleson of the winners fired a no-hitter, allowing only one walk. His mates committed three errors while the Bears were having a perfect day in the field. Mason City notched five hits from the offerings of Don Pott- SALESMAN SPECIAL 1'JCO Chevrolet Biscayne 4- door, Sedan, 6-cylinder engine, just overhauled, radio, tinted glass, either in white or turquoise. SEE OR CALL DICK NORTON AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO., ALGONA. 30 PLUMBING and HEATING Featuring KOHLER Fixtures Repairs — Installation — Remodeling Gas Conversion — Water Systems Electric Sewer Cleaning DIAL 295-3234 R. J. FUNK PLUMBING end HEATING Cylinder Lbr. To Have Open House Friday Cylinder Lumt«er Co. owner and manager, Ronald D. Berkland, has announced a grand opening, \vliich will l>e held there tomorrow (Friday) April 23, from 0 a.m. to 0 p.m. Besides free coffee and doughnuts and Rifts, there will be a registration for a large list of prizes, including a new bicycle. There will also be demonstrations of merchandise handled by the company going on all day. Mr. Berkland has Issued an invitation to everyone from the area to attend in a large ad in Iwth issues of the UDM this week. Complete details will be found in this newspaper. Senator Rigler Will Speak At GOP Dinner Oliver S. Carlson, chairman of the Kossuth county republican committee, announced that he will fly to Des Moines to bring State Senator Robert Rigler to Algona April 26. Senator Rigler will be the featured speaker at a banquet at 6:30 p.m. at AlgonaCoun- try Club. This is to replace a postponed meeting originally scheduled for March 2. The senator is the republican minority leader and represents Chlckasaw and Floyd counties in the legislature. Presiding at the event will be Mr. Carlson and Senator Rigler will be presented by Augus Cotton of Lone Rock. Chairmen of the event include Kirk Hayes, Mrs. John Schutter, Mrs. L. L. Riter, Dr. Andrew Gotten and Mrs. Richard Thoreson, secretary of the central committee. medical; dismissed - Mrs. Gladys Dransfeld and Mrs. Frank King and baby, Algona; Mrs. Paul Bernhard and baby, Fenton; Mrs. Clara Haag, Whittemore. April 10 - Admitted - Mrs. Cecil Snere, Algona, medical; dismissed - Andrew Gollner, Algona; Mrs. David Schneider and baby, Algona. April 11 - Admitted - James Edgington, Algona, medical; Naomi Junkermeier, Burt, accident; Mrs. Katheryn Schiltz, Bancroft, medical; baby Blocker, Bancroft, boarder; dismissed - Mrs. Edward Blocker, Bancroft; baby Gayle Schattschneider, Mrs. Mildred Black, John Penton, Algona; Mrs. Esther Kading, Lone Rock. April 12 - admitted - KarlaKain, Algona, medical; Ray Barber, West Bend, medical; dismissed- Mrs. Ray Langfitt and Tracy Shipler, Algona; Jerry Zatlou- kal, Whittemore. Alan Wolfe, Villisca Community high school student, showed a female shorthorn at the Southwest Iowa Shorthorn Breeders' association show in Red Oak. The heifer won reserve champion. CLASSIFIER ADVERTISING HOSPITAL NEWS April 6 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. David Schneider, Algona, girl, 7 pounds, 5 oz,; admitted-Tracy Shipler, Algona, medical; dismissed - Sena Tieman, Burt. April 7 - Dismissed - Maxlne Vaske, Bancroft; Mrs. Gene Tietz and baby, Fenton; Daniel Muller, Whittemore; Dean Parrott, Rex Chally, Algona. April 8 - Birth - Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blocker, Bancroft, 7 pounds, 15 oz.; admitted - AndrewGoll- ner, Algona, medical; Sister Mary Rose, Algona, medical; dismissed - Sam Shipler, Whittemore. April 9 - admitted - Mrs. Alice Pierce, John Penton, Algona, WANTED BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Major Line Tractor & Implement Co. looking for Manager Owner, Kossuth County. Locate Algona or Bancroft. Franchise available Now. Contact Box 69-F, % This newspaper. (30-31) FOR RENT FOR RENT - 1 or 2 bedroom apartments. 295-5458, Algona. 30Tfn Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our thanks to all those who gave comforting sympathy and help to us in our recent sorrow. For the many, SALESMAN SPECIAL , 1960 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe, 2-door hardtop, black color, V8 engine, automatic transmission, radio, tinted glass. Try it and buy it. SEE OR CALL CHARLIE DEVINE AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO., ALGONA. 30 119 So. Dodge St. Algona, Iowa Perfumed Spray Mist $3, (2 02.) That inimitable New Maja perfuma So acclaimed ... now avilable In a tingling Spray Mist fragrance. Moja perfume from $3.50 to $21.50, The Spray Mist at a price all women can afford I plus 10% f*d«rgl lox RUSK Drug & Jewelry many memorials and other kindnesses we are deeply grateful. The Charles WeisbrodFamily. (30) CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my relatives and friends for the visits, cards and gifts during my recent illness. Mrs. Wm. Kading. (30) CARD OF THANKS The family of Mary Cowan wishes to express their heartfelt thanks to all friends, relatives, the Algona high school student body and faculty who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service, floral offerings, memoriams and other kindnesses, we are deeply grateful. Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Cowan, David and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall. CARD OF THANKS I want to thank you for the cards, flowers and visits while I was at Park hospital and after I returned home. Annie Presthus. (30) CARD OF THANKS Thanks so very much for the lovely gifts, flowers, cards, and the many kind deeds I received during my recent Illness. Gladys Dransfeldt (30*) Miscellaneous "NOTICE "- THE COWAN CORP. READY - MIX CONCRETE PLANT IS NOW IN OPERATION AND READY TO SERVE ALL YOUR NEEDS. (29-30) NOTICE AMWAY products in this area sold by Jerry Wllberg, phone 209, Fenton. S-A-8 laundry compound, LOG all-pur- jiose cleaner. (29-30*) MR. FARMER - Something new In farm property insurance. If you want more protection a broader coverage - fair claim settlements - low rates, See L. S. BOHANNON, east of the Iowa State Bank. 30. FOR SALE - New 3 bedroom house, ready to occupy, lot 100 x 126, in LaSalett Village, hard wood floors, 1 1/2 baths, carpeting to your desire, water softener, gas heat, built-in cabinets, attached garage. Call 295-5981 or 2952619. (29-31) SALESMAN SPECIAL 1960 Mercury 4-door Sedan, V8, automatic transmission, radio, etc., priced to go. SEE OR CALL BILL CARMAN AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO., ALGONA. 30 VIVIAN'S AFTER-EASTER 1RACK PLAIN COTTON PRINT DRESSES ,'2.99 SLIPS - GOWNS ASST'D. SIZES Lingerie S 1.39 SEAMLESS HOSE 2 pr. 1.59 t Vivian's Mode-0-Day Shoppd ALGONA, IOWA BLUEPRINT TO THE FINAL FINISHING TOUCH 570 FE8 '56 Form 20 ONE CONTRACT-ONE CONTRACTOR BUILDING? Modernizing? It's easy! One telephone call to our office and all the details are taken care of. Our service is complete — planning, furnishing all materials and labor. All work is done under one contract with us. So plan now to remodel your kitchen or bath, or add a room or rental unit. SEE OUR DISPLAY OF PRE-FINISHED KITCHEN CABINETS AT THE ALGONA HOME SHOW. ADD A ROOM CARPENTRY ROOFING FLOORING SIDING HOME SHOW SPECIALS NO. 1 FACE Mahogany PANELING Sheet $5^29 NATURAL OAK PANELING 4 x 8 Ft. PRE-FIN1SHEQ Sheet $6. NATURAL BIRCH PANELING 4 x 8 Ft. PRE-FINISHED Sheet UNITED L Building materials BUILDING CENTER ALGONA FINANCING & tOW MONTHLY TfRMS 295-2619

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