The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1965 · Page 4
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Tuesday, July 20, 196S Algeria (la.) Upper DM Motnti PEEWEE LEAGUE W L T Colts 5 0 Astros 321 Mets 3 2 Athletics 2 4 1 Red Sox 16 Wednesday: Mets 2, Red Sox 0 Thursday: Astros 1 Athletics 1 (darkness after 6) Monday: Astros vs. Mets Tuesday: Red Sox vs. Colts Wednesday: Mets vs. Athletics NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pirates 3 1 Dodgers 4 2 Cards 3 2 Phillies 2 3 Reds 2 4 Braves 2 4 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L White Sox 5 1 Angels 4 1 Tigers 4 2 Orioles 1 3 Indians 1 4 Twins 1 5 Wednesday: Angels 8, Indians 3 Thursday: Twins 4, Tigers 3 Monday: Orioles vs. White Sox Tuesday: Indians vs. Tigers Wednesday: Orioles vs. Angels SENIOR LEAGUE W L Giants 4 1 Senators 3 2 Yankees 4 3 Cubs 3 4 Whittemore 0 6 Wednesday: Thursday: Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Cardinals 11, Phillies 6 Braves 13, Dodgers 3 Pirates vs. Reds Phillies vs. Dodgers Pirates vs. Cardinals Wednesday: Thursday: Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Senators 6, Cubs 4 Yankees 5, Whittemore 3 Whittemore vs. Senators Cubs vs. Giants Senators vs. Yankees Lone Rock Girl, Bancroft Man, To Wed Aug. 7 Mr. and Mrs.Samuel McCleish of Lone Rock have announced the engagement of their daughter, JoAnn, to Richard J. Schiltz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schiltz of Bancroft. Miss McCleish is employed as a secretary at the Attorney General's office in Des Moines. Mr. Schiltz, a graduate,of Loras College, is a research chemist at the University of St. Louis. He will continue his studies at the University this fall. An August 7th wedding is planned. $400 An Acre The 160-acre Frank J. Ludwig estate farm in Garfield twp. went at-auction, Saturday, and the success! il bidder was Leroy Bonnstetter of West Bend, at a bid of approximately $400 an acre. Purchase price was $64,200. Hard Factors The minerals that make water "hard" are mostly calcium and magnesium, which are easily removed with a household water softener. Photos, Trees In 4-H Plans At The Fair Only 4 more weeks till the Fairl All over Kossuth county, 4-H'ers are preparing their projects for exhibition at the Fair, August 17-20. This week, photography and forestry are the projects that are to be explained. The forestry project is designed to teach 4-H club members some of the elementary things about the identification and growth of forest trees. An effort is also made to stress the importance of a forest to people for recreation and conservation purposes. As part of their project, forestry project members are asked to study the development of trees, how .they grow and the value of trees to man. They are also asked to plant two or more kinds of tree seeds. At the Fair 4-H'ers will exhibit a mounted collection of 15 different leaves, seeds and twigs of species of forest trees that are common in Iowa, Everyone likes to take pictures and learn a better technique, the object of the photography project. The 4-H photography project will provide an interesting experience for 4-H'ers of all ages by introducing a useful hobby and/or profession by teaching members skills in taking and using pictures, Members will need a camera and enough black and white film to take 22 pictures - no color. The pictures have to be buildings or landscapes, people, animals or birds, action - people or animals, and a minimum of one sequence of 2 or more pictures. At the Fair the pictures are to be mounted on separate pieces of cardboard 13" x 15". Class 1 includes 3 to 5 pictures Parade & Fun Feature Annual Titonka Indian Day Festival Saturday was the biggest day of the year in Titonka. Why? The 60th annual Indian Day celebration, of course 1 Hundreds of cars lined the parade route by 10 a.m. when the color guard led the largest Indian Day delegation of bands and floats over to march. Bands taking part were from Algona, Bancroft, Britt, Burt, Ledyard, Swea City, Titonka, and Woden-Crystal Lake. Over 50 floats and other units were interspersed among the bands. Algona band queen Jean Christiansen rode in a convertible behind Russell Guster's Algona High School marching band. The float pictured was sponsored by three Titonka firms, Hollies Food Center, Titonka Farm Store, and BeedHardware. Other business establishments sponsoring floats were the Titonka Savings Bank, Boyken Insurance, John and Gen's Cafe, Hamilton Hatchery, Titonka Tile Company, Callies V Store, Foil- man's Tap, Fischer Chevrolet, and United Building Center. A troup of nine North Iowa Shrine Clowns from Mason City were on hand to brighten the parade festivities and scatter candy among the youngsters. Perhaps the most interesting parade entry was the 1940 Packard Towncar owned by Charles Beed. It originally cost a Boston socialite $10,000 before she sold it to Tom Mix. Mr. Beed is shown in the photo adding a few miles to the 44,000 already traveled by previous owners. He purchased it about eleven months ago from Karl Zahn, director of the Iowa region of the Classic Car Club of America. Royal United Shows, were set up on the midway for Friday related so that they tell a more complete story. The captions are vastly important to the pictures. Yes, Kossuth county 4-H'ers are progressive and they are working "to make the best better." 87 Tickets Capt. Robert Reese of Storm Lake, in charge of the traffic check in Kossuth county last week for three days, reported the highway patrol with seven cars and one plane had issued 87 summonses, 38 memoranda and 249 summonses or warnings for faulty equipment, The check was carried out Wed., Thurs. and Fri. Titonka Guests Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dennis, Leesburg, Fla. and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Loehr and children of Jolley, and Mrs. Marie Dennis of Britt, were picnic dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Walrod of TUonka, last week. KOSSUTH COUNTY'S FAVORITE NEWSPAPER night and Saturday. Judy Hauptman, Virginia Welp, and Rose Lampe are shown enjoying a ride on the ferris wheel in the third picture. Saturday night the Skeets Langley Trio performed, following a band recital by the Titonka High School band at 8 p.m. The Titonka Chamber of Commerce is to be congratulated on another successful Indian Days. John Miller is the president of the Chamber; Chuck Beed is the vice-president; and Andy Krominga, Laverne Follman, Russ Krominga, and Roger Rippentrop are board members. ATTENTION FARMERS SOIL SAMPLES NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO HAVE YOUR SOIL TESTED' FOR FERTILIZER REQUIREMENTS. WE'RE TAKING SOIL' SAMPLES NOW AS A SERVICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS. ASK AT THE ELEVATOR. GOOD SUPPLY OF BALER TWINE ON HAND MARKETS Market prices paid on Saturday of this week at your Co-op Elevator GRAIN No. 2 White Oats (new or old) in .68 No. 2 Yellow Corn in 1.13 No. 1 Soybeans 2.58 November Beans (new 2.22 out .72 out 1.17 WHITTEMORE COOP. ELEVATOR HOBARTON BRANCH CO-OP and <*Golden Sun Feeds For top performance CO-OP gasoline, fuel oil, oil* and lubricant* Tele. 295-5614 295-7021

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