The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1965 · Page 6
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TO START GRID DRILLS HERE AUGUST 20 — •- -•-..-. — „ . _.. .... -. .-. • • ."*-•——"•—Garrigan Eyes Tough Eight Game Schedule When Beanie Cooper, head football coach and athletic director at Garrig-ar. high school here, blows the whistle to open football drills Aug. 20, he will greet 13 lettermen, 10 seniors and three Juniors, one of Uie largest groups of returnees he's had since the school first opened iU doors several years ago. It will be up to Cooper and his assistants, Steve McCall, Jim Riti, Duane Kramer and Tom Pueti, to get the Golden Bears read) for the season opener at Estherville Sept. 10 in three weeks of practice sessions. Contact work can begin Aug. 24, with the first four days stipulated for conditioning. Garrigan lettermen include seniors Dick Bleich, 155 Ibs., Chuck Geilenfeld and Denny Hudspeth, 160, and Bill Milder, 170, backs; Don Porthoff, 175, end; Paul Kollasch, 170, and Larry Vlgdal, 180, guards; Bob Lucey, 195, and John Schneider, 185, tackles; and Joe Ringsdorf, 190, center; while juniors include Bill Reding and Tom Wagner, 170, backs, and Dick Muller, 220, tackle. Tri-captains for the Bears will be Milder, Lucey and Ringsdorf. Cooper stated this week that there are "15 senior and junior boys who look like good varsity ball players." He added that last year's squad was young and coffered the pitfalls of a young team, posting a 1-7 record, but that this fall the experience and maturity needed to field a representative football team are available. Beanie took the reins at Garrigan when the school opened In 1958, and has posted his share of wins, despite the tact the school's schedules have been among the toughest in the entire area. The Bears play five games at home, three away this season. Here is the slate: Sept. 10 - At Estherville. Sept. 17 - At Mason City. 6-AI C ona (la.) Upper Pet Molnei Thursday, August 12, 1965 Ijj 25-Year Service Honor In the alxive photo, Cy Conners, personnel officer of the Iowa Liquor Control Commission is presenting a 25-year service certificate to Robert Dransfeldt of the Algona liquor store, pictured at right. Mr. Dransfeldt is a life-long resident of Kossuth county, having served the last eight years In Algona and 17 years at Bancroft before coming to Algona. (UDM Foto) Sept. 25 - Sioux Falls O'Gorman. Oct. 2 - Ft. Dodge St.Edmond. Oct. 9 - Dubuque Wahlert. Oct. 15-16 - At Carroll Kuemper. Oct. 23 - Austin Pacelli. Oct. 29 - LeMars Gehlen. Garrigan also has an 8-game sophomore schedule, four at home, four away, beginning Sept. 13, and a five-game freshman slate, three at home and two away, beginning Sept. 28, this fall. All varsity frays will begin at 8 p.m., with, the exception of the Carroll contest, which will begin at 7:30 p.m. Old Time Ball Players, Fans Reunion, Aug. 15 All former baseball players, umpires and fans of this area are invited to attend the annual Iowa-Minnesota Old Timers Reunion Picnic. This pot luck dinner will be held in Clear Lake, Iowa on Sunday, August 15 in the shelter house of the South O 1 Pn TR SEE US ON MACHINERY ROW AT THE FAIR AUG. 17 thru 20 - SEE THE LATEST FROM CASE BEHLEN K E W A N E E NEW HOLLAND LUNDELL TAYLOR IMPLEMENT ALGONA FLOUR & FEED REAL ESTATE and FURNITURE AUCTION Having decided to sell this 5 room home we will put it up and sell it at public auction on Friday evening, Aug. 13 at 7 p. m. This home Is located at 1508 Spruce or Vi block west of the Viking Service Station or Lot 3, Block 100, Call's Addition to Algona. Located in a semi-industrial area this home has 5 nice rooms, has city water, sewer, and gas. If you are interested in purchasing a home that you could remodel then look this home over. For more information contact Harold J. Peter, Ph. 295-9128 or Ronald Peck, Ph. 295-2664. TERMS — 10 percent down day of sale and the balance can be carried on contract at 5% to responsible party when merchantable title is delivered. The balance of contract terms to be explained at sale time or by contacting the owner ahead of sale. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE - The house will sell at 7 o'clock followed by the furniture auction. Many miscellaneous items of furniture and cooking utensils included. Electrolux vacuum sweeper, complete with attachments, writing desk. HAROLD J. PETER, owner Virgil Spencer and Ronald Peck, Auctioneers & Clerk Shore State Park at 12 o'clock noon. Paul Dobbs of Charles City and Lael Root of Wesley are co-chairmen of this event. fUTlLE LEAGUES PEEWEE LEAGUE W L Colts 10 1 Astros 6 3 Athletics 5 6 Mets 3 7 Red Sox 2 9 Monday: Athletics 5, Mets 0 Tuesday: Colts 1, Astros 0 Wednesday: Red Sox 2, Mets 0 Thursday: Astros 5, Athletics 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE (Final) Cardinals Pirates Reds Braves Phillies W 7 6 6 4 3 2 L 3 3 3 6 6 7 Monday: Reds 6, Braves 5 Tuesday: Cards 13, Pirates 3 Wednesday: Braves 4, Phillies 3 Thursday: Cardinals 13, Reds 10 Friday: Reds 10, Pirates 8 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Angels 9 1 White Sox 7 3 Tigers 5 4 Orioles 3 6 Twins 2 7 Indians 2 7 Monday: Orioles 4, White Sox 2 Tuesday: Angels 5, Orioles 3 Wednesday: Indians 11, Twins 5 Thursday: Angels 2, White Sox 0 SALESMAN: Mutual Funds With A SIFFERENCE ..\Vt> arc not just dealing in main funds hut also National nislM'h'itor l'nr (lie :»0 year old Kiiiaiu-i.il Industrial Fund (Jroup \\ it!) :>sse',s in excess of $.'100 . . .\\ V IIITM'I just experimenting ir, I ,c business not with of- lires cd:is( in coast and :10 \vars experient'i 1 .'U'-.iil.'s all the usual bene- ills, •tic 1 ' as Croup Insurance a:ul .\'.i,dr Medical, \\e give you Ihi- in t i'.-.inovtant lu'ncl'it; 'the knov !c(i!;e necessary to help >!i;i iniiUe He il .\louey. !'u;rmn: O r RI.I.-TIMK, \Wli k .n.i\\ M>U h»\v to make YtH :i !i,<;e iv;:ll\ j)a\ off with TOi't \CO\IK TK.miMi AM) ( 001TU. \Til>\ . . ri> lo 8300 ivi MMiiMli starling income or ct:i!ii<i[s>.ii-n. v. liiehever -A'ou pro- i'e; . i'<;r s:ricil\ confidential iiilerv iou. call or \\nlt?: Inc. K \\i:ni c. HOOPS l<i\ iMiin;! 1 Manager i i.: Siiul): remiss Ixaiiia. M;>-.iiil Ci(\, |o\\a i'!i. m'isr>« To Report At Algona High Algona high school Football Coach Jim Hershberger will have to successfully replace last year's starting quarterback, Steve Hardy, shore up all interior line positions and find some speed and depth during practice sessions that get underway August 20 - if his Bulldogs are going to equal or better last year's 4-3-1 season mark. Hershberger has 10 lettermen, all seniors, returning from 1964. They all appear to be healthy and ready for a final rugged go- around on the gridiron this fall. The club will have about three weeks to ready for an 8-game slate that opens Sept. 10 when the Emmetsburg E-Hawks pay a visit. And the annual opener with Emmetsburg is always a real hassle. Lettermen are Glenn Tschetter IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY Probate No. 8764 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF LehOra J. Black, Deceased, TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barre L ,i Dated this 10th day of August, 1965. J Hugh M. Black R. F. D. 1, Algona, Iowa Llnnan, Lynch & Straub Attorney for said Administrator Algona, Iowa Date of second publication: 17th day of August, 1965. (60-61) STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION Hancock County Rural Electric Cooperative has filed with the Federal Government a Compliance Assurance in which it assures the Rural Electrification Administration that it will comply fully with all requirements of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Rules and Regulations of the Department of Agriculture Issued thereunder, to the end that no person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination in the conduct of its program and the operation of its facilities. Under this Assurance, this organization is committed not to discriminate against any person on the ground of race, color or national origin in its policies and practices relating to applications for service or any other policies and practices relating to treatment of beneficiaries and participants including rates, conditions and extension of service, use of any of its facilities, attendance at and participation in any meetings of beneficiaries and participants or the exercise of any rights of such beneficiaries and participants in the conduct of the operations of this organization. Any person who believes himself, or any specific class of individuals, to be subjected by this organization to discrimination prohibited by Title VI of the Act and the Rules and Regulations issued thereunder may, by himself or a representative file with the Secretary of Agri. culture, the Rural Electrification Administration or this organization, or all, a written complaint, Identity of complainants will be kept confidential except to the extent necessary to carry out the purposes of the Rules and Regulations. Dated at Garner, Iowa, this 9th day of August, 1965. Maynard L. Sorenson, President Hancock County Rural Electric Cooperative Garner, Iowa 50438 (60) and Larry Scobba, 160-lb. wingbacks; Dave Martin, 175, tall- back; Tom Fitqjatrlck, 210, fullback; Mark Conn, 155, quarterback; Bill Farnham and Dale Teeter, 170-lb. ends; Gary Barr, 165, end; and Tom Samp, 145, and Bob Bradford, 210, guards. Other probable squad members include seniors Kevin Hoover, Jim Peterson and Brad Kraft; juniors Bob Farnham, Tom Claude, Steve Waller, Max Miller, Bill Boldridge, Chris Conn, Clint Young, Daryl Johnson and Larry Munger; and sophomores Randy Riedinger, Don Hagen and Rich Black. Some were members of the squad a year ago, while others are new. Hershberger's assistants will be Keith Christie, backfield, and Howie Stephenson and Don Cam- enlsch, fresh-sophs. His club will run from the wing-T, which proved quite successful a year ago after a switch from single wing play. Graduation removed outstanding men, leaving apparent holes at offensive and defensive quarterback, right guard, both tackles and left end, with another gap at offensive center. Coaches will employ two sessions daily, both for two hours at 8 a.m. and 2 p.m., until school starts in an attempt to ready the club for a rough schedule that includes seven North Central Conference games after the opener. The complete schedule: Sept. 10 - Emmetsburg. Sept. 17 - At Hampton. Sept. 24 - Clear Lake. Oct. 1 -Clarion (Homecoming). Oct. 8 - At Iowa Falls. Oct. 15 - At Humboldt. Oct. 22 - Webster City. Oct. 29 - At Eagle Grove. All games will begin at 7:45 p.m., with home games at the new athletic field in the southeast part of the city. Hershberger also has two full- scale Intra-squad games on tap, both at 8 p.m. - one Saturday, Aug. 28, the other Friday, Sept. 3. Local fans will get a preseason chance to see the Bulldogs both nights. Local Swimmers End Season Algona swimmers finished their summer competition by placing well up In the team point standings at two Amateur Athletic swim meets Saturday and Sunday. The performances came after Algona had finished runner-up to Estherville in the six-team North Iowa Conference Swim Meet Aug. 5. Algona placed fifth Saturday at Cedar Falls. Algona scored 12 points to place behind Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, Waterloo and Cedar Falls. Teams flfilshlng below Algona were Muscatlne, Scenic City, Vinton, Davenport and Bettendorf. The 200-meter medley relay placed 6th and the 200-meter freestyle relay team took 'fifth. In the medley, Doug Barr led off with the backstroke, Jim Johnson swam the breastroke, John Schutter swam the butterfly and Bob Smith anchored SENIOR LEAGUE W Giants 8 Senators 7 Yankees 6 Cubs 4 Whittemore 2 L 2 3 6 7 10 Monday: Senators 9, Yankees 2 Tuesday: Giants 11, Whittemore 5 Wednesday: Senators 21, Cubs 3 Thursday: Yankees 4 WhittenxQrejS Monday: Whittemore 5, Senators 2 CLEAN THE BASES WITH A GRAND SLAM AT THE USED CAR SIGN AT THE PRESENT TIME OUR LOT IS A MESS, DUE TO REMODELING - BUT COME IN ANYWAY FOR A QUICK, ECONOMICAL DEAL - TODAY I FREE - 4 Dinners At Charlie's Supper Club With All Purchases Of i i i $500 Or More! NOW -THROUGH SEPT. 1 1963 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door sedan, V8 engine, Powerglide trans., Pwr. Steering, Pwr. Brakes, Radio, Tinted glass, Washers, WW tires, Black color. Real Sharp. 1963 CHEVROLET Impala 4 door Hardtop. V8 engine, (327 cu. in.), Powerglide trans., Power Steering, Power Brakes, Radio, Tinted glass, WW tires, C & C group. Extra clean. Red with white top. 1962 CHEVROLET Bel Air 4 door sedan. V8 engine, Powerglide trans., Radio, Tinted glass, Black color. Lots of miles left. 1962 CHEVROLET Impala 2 door Hardtop, V8 engine, Powerglide trans. New Whitewall tires, Tinted glass. Wheel covers, Red with white top, and ready to go. 1962 VOLKSWAGEN 2 door, 4 speed trans., Radio. This is an extra clean and sharp one. Has to be seen to be believed. Black color with WW tires. 1962 BUICK LeSabre 4 door sedan, V8 engine, automatic trans., Power Steering, Power Brakes, Radio, Tinted glass. White with orchid interior. * ^ 1961 OLDMOBILE 4 door hardtop sedan. V8 engine, Automatic trans., Power, Radio, Tinted glass. 1961 FORD Galaxie 500 4 door sedan. V8 engine, Automatic transmission, Radio, Tinted glass, whitewall tires. Wheel covers. 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TRUCKS 1961 CHEVROLET Vi ton pickup. 6 cylinder engine, 3 speed trans. 1961 INTERNATIONAL K ton pickup, V8 engine, 3 speed trans., Radio. 1959 CHEVROLET Heavy Duty Vi ton pickup. 6 cylinder engine. 1956 FORD Vi ton pickup. 1949 INTERNATIONAL pickup. The$e have fo ba 5een to be be |jeved. 1941 CHEVROLET Pickup. Have a look P LUS THESE NEW ' A *? CAR*? AND TDliri/c «.«... _.. 1 .•._.««. .,. _........•/!£_.»«„ SrJrL .. J« ^ *•* ^ •* CORVAIRS - 4 door sedans. CHEVY 11-4 door sedans, BISCAYNE - 4 doors, 6 cylinder engines, Beige, White, Aqua. BISCAYNE — 4 door, 6 pass, station wagon. BEL AIR — 4 door sedan. BEL AIR — 4 door, 9 passenger sta. wagon. IMPALA - 4 doors. IMPALA - Sport Coupe. !/2, 3 4 & 2 ton Trucks, 6 & 8 cylinder. 108 S- HALL ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 295*3554

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