The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1960 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 24, 1960
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fc' v ll 9*' §*' Whittemore Holds Pace, Top Tie, In County Loop Whittemofe and Ayrshire refrained in a first place tie in the Kossuth Baseball League, both ' winning Sunday contests. Whittemore downed Humboldt at Whittemore. 9 to 2. while Algon;i bowed at Ayrshire. 4 to 1. St. Joe took a 9-0 forfeit from Graettinger, and West Bond at Lone Rock was postponed because of wet grounds. Algona's bats were almost silenced by the adequate hurling of Joe Thompson and Jim Wuebker of Ayrshire. The locals managed to get only three hits, a pair . of singles and a double by Jim Andreasen, during llu.- fray. Ayrshire came up with single counters in the first and seventh innings and a pair in the third to take the win. Algona got its run in the sixth on a walk and Singles by Eldie Winkel and Har- old Amfahr. Winkel hurled for Algona, allowing 11 hits. Top sticker was winning pitcher Thompson, who got two single-; and a double in five tries. League Standings . W Ayrshire Whittemore _ Lone Rock West Bend ... 2 2 1 1 1 0 L 0 "0. 0 0 . St. Joe 1 l Algona 0 2 Gracttingor __ _.0 ' 2 Humboldl 0 2 Next Sunday's schedule finds St. Joe at Algona, Ayrshire at Graeltinger, Whittemore at West Bend, and Lone Rock at Humbo kit. SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS, lishing Co., phone CY 4-3535, Pub. Co., Algona. Greatest Roose Paint Discover) to Hurt) fears'- NEW' LUCITE T^C/z^&Z/ HOUSE PAINT hi?.•**•»*• - ^ ^ mmm^^P for wood, stmeto ft masonry Jbrnises "Lvcite* AerytSe H<MMC Paint • »• entirely new product developed o*t of yean of Do Pont research. Dries im half an hour to a beautiful flat finish of extraordinary durability. Easy to apply. Cleaa «p with water. / BEFORE PAINTIHtt- Come m and get full information, color card for amazing new "fjtcite** H-QHtc Paint. - Solves Blister Problem When applied with special primer to new wood, or surfaces from which old paint has been removed, "Lucite" wears 50% longer than ordinary house paints... resists moisture-blistering. Ask us for details. far ft ( MI 2L It M« 41 »ltt itMif mi C«!M Htas...c*lK ' Itrtreetiow. Botsford Lumber Co So. Phillips St. HJPONt ALGONA CY 4-2619 BUY THE PAINT THAT'S WORTH THE WORK*.. THE BEAUTY LASTS I Johnnies Drop 4-3 Decision In Sub-State St. John's of Iljinrroft, lust rrniiiininK team from this ftroa in the ninnini; for the st;ite baseball rh;impion>hip, gut niuluod to the sidelines. -I-X. Thursday night by St. Joseph's of Ci ;mvillo ;it GriitM- tmg(T in ;i sub-state torn n;nnent i;;ime. The contest had boon p<i-M- poned earlier due to \vet grounds. The i\vo hit pitching of Lee Koob of Ciianville was instrumental in the win. The Johnnies counted all three of their runs in the top half of the fiisl inning. Ciranx'illo came back to score one in the last, half of Hie same fram.e. then scored three times in the bottom of the second to finish the scoring for the night. Dick Donahue hurled for the Johnnies and .uave up eight hits. The losers committed two errors and the winners four. Joint Meeting Aljlonn's thlee service clubs Linns, Kiwanis and Rotary, will meet jointly TrVursdny noon at tlV Algona Country Club, where Clem-go Grim, Algonn high commencement speaker, will bo on the program. Peer Grabs 3rd In State Low Hurdle Event G.'iiy Peer. Al«ona high school junior, raced to third place in the l:!0 yard low hurdles as the Bull- iii>u-, finished twelfth in the state class A track meet at Des Moinea East Saturday. Winning time in tin event was :20.9. I'.el-mmd won tin; team championship, while Clarion, which fin- i^lied .-eeond. and Humbolclt, tied I'm' tentli, wore the only North l.Yntial Conference schools fin- ishm'n ahead of the Bulldogs. Coach Harold .Shugart's crew, wound up ahead of Clear Lake, i F;i!,'lc. Giove, Iowa Falls and Hampton from the conference, and would have finished well up in the final standing Ex-Whittemore Resident Dies; Funeral Held Whittemore — Mr and Mrs (ii'or.uc Meyor, Lawrence Meyer, Mrs William Oslwald and Mrs Bert Srely and Mr and Mrs* Erwin Bruhn of Cylinder, attended the funeral of Martin Nissen, 62, nt Eldora, Friday afternoon. lie had been ill for several months and died Tuesday from t-aneer. Mr Nissen'was a former Whit- lemorc lad and arrived in Iowa with his parents, Mr and 'Mrs William Nissen from Wesenburg, Germany when ho was 10 years ..Id. He was born July 20/1897. Me was married May 1, 1919 at Hubbard to Vera Edick, who with a son Lloyd, Marshalltown; ,i daughter. Mrs Wesley Ramsden. Fort Dodge survive; also .me brothei-, Conrad, Mason City, three sisters, Lizzie (Mrs Nick Looft). Armstrong, Anna (Mrs George Meyer). Whittemore, and Mammie (Mrs Lee Campbell), La Mesa. Calif. He was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers and a sister. s Mayor's Court Four persons appeared in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week,' charged with driving violations. They were: Margaret Nay lor, Al- _!ona, illegal entry from a stop sign, $5 rind costs (fine suspended), Henry J. Weinraice,. Aberdeen, S. D., school stop sign, $6 and costs, James W. Finn, Algona, and. Lloyd M. Schilmoeller, Algona, illegal parking, $5 and costs each. Henry Steiman, Burt, Passes Burt — Henry Steiman, 59, who had been making his home in Burt for the past 1'i years, died early Sunday morning at a Spirit Lake hospital (rom cancer of the liver. Funeral services will be held at Morton, Minn, in the Methodist church there, starting at 1:30 p.m. with burial also there. Mr Steiman is survived by three brothers, Harley of McGregor, Minn.; George of Burt. and Charles, whereabouts unknown; one sister, Mrs Effie Curtis of Burt. with whom he made his home, and an adopted sister, Mrs Julia Warne of Burt. Mr Steiman was born Nov. 25. 1900, at Lewis, la. and had been a farm laborer most of his life. He grew up at Morton, Minn, and was educated there. 33 From County To Demo Meeting At least 33 delegates from Kossuth county will attend the state democratic presidential convention in Des Moines at the KRNT - ,••. 1<V ' < *]&»«*,* wi NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "Your Gas Company" i 109 So. Harlan Algona =| $-MONEY-$ Have You Tried To Buy A New Car? Have The Trade Differences Been Too High ? WE NEED CLEAN USED CARS NOW! We Will Give You The Best Possible Deal On A New FORD or FORD FALCON! «';> i -.. ...» -v Our Used Car Business Has Been Terrific! WE NEED USED CARS This All Adds Up To One Thing .... WE CAN TRADE BETTER - DEAL BETTER SAVE YOU MONEY! KENT MOTOR CO <3 t * "$•• Frtd Kent, Jr, - Harold Kuchenreuther - Kenneth Besch'' GRAHAM'S SPORTSWEAR SALUTE TO SUMMER ! figure-flattering SWIM SUITS for a summer of fun 5.98 to 12.98 Girls love our perky cotton prints and plaids, at a price so tiny you'll want two! 32 to 38. _- Lovely knits and smart lastex . . . from Sea Nymph, famous for styling and fit. 32 to 40. $9.98 , $12.98 NOW ON SALE AT 6 Wedding Licenses Six wedding licenses were issued during the week at the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson. They went to: May 18 — Alan Walker and Darlene Priest, Algona. May 21 — Kenneth Filbrandt, Mason City, and Geraldine North, Elmore; William Hutchinson, Storm Lake, and Jacqeuline Vander Waal, Algona; and David Kieper and Merle Penk, Springfield, Minn. May 23 — James Watts, Mankato, Minn., and Patricia Bidwell, Garden City, Minn.; and Benny Hefty and Kay Brink, LuVerne. thentrfl-, Saturday, May 2f5. Thnt. many hod registered with Donald Murray, Kossuth democratic chairman as of Saturday. The Kirkwood Hotel in DPP Moines will be convention headquarters for the Kossuth group he added. Kossuth county is entitled to 32 votes in the convention, and the county delegates will vote, on a pro-rata basis with the majority ruling. At the E. and R. Church a reception was held by Mr and Mrs Burton Johnson honoring their son Darrell. ' NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO "Your Gas Company" | 109 So. Marian n Algona d POTTED PLANTS SHOULD BE SET OUT NOW! However, the season will last from now until the end of summer. Don't wait — see us now while the selection is complete. Our selection of annuals and perennials was never better. • We have a large supply of potted geraniums for Memorial Day — as well as many other plants to choose from. '••'• lose dust — fruit tree spray — a complete line of tools and II supplies for the flower or vegetable gardener. i Duncan Garden Center | "THE ALGONA NURSERY NORTHEAST OF CITY LIMITS" K CY 4-4813 Algona Elected To Head College Class An Algona, Iowa, girl has been elected president of the Sophomore class at Duchesne College of the Sacred Heart in Omaha. Neb. She is Shirley Miller, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Miller of 301 south .Minnesota. FOR SALE — LINDSEY FLEX- ible harrow, folding evener, 2 yrs. old. 100 steel posts and insulators for electric fence. Phone 4274, Whittemore. 21 ' DO YOU HAVE A FARM BACKGROUND? Well-known Company has per-' manent and far above average paying position in this and nearby territory. Sales experience helpful but not necessary. Give age and past experience for personal interview. All replies confidential. Write Dept. AO Box 69, Algona, Iowa. 21 PAINT UP-FIX UP-CLEAN UP WEEK MAY~27~THRU~JUNr2~ PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, the well being of Algona is tightly linked to the pride of its people in maintaining a clean, healthy, orderly community, and WHEREAS, the moral attitude of the people of Algona is reflected in their effort to maintain a clean, beautiful city, and WHEREAS, THE health of Algona is dependent on the dedication of its citizenry to maintain a clean and orderly community, NOW, THEREFORE, let us proclaim that the week from May 27 to the 2nd of June be designated as Paint Up, Clean Up, Fix Up Week in Algona, and its people be urged to put forth every effort to make Algona a city; clean, beautiful, and reverent. Signed Dr. C. C. Shierk Mayor City of Algona

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