The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1960 · Page 6
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(la.) Upp«r D«* Metn*i Tuesday, June 21,1960 lighter, Local The race in ; the National Lea gue (7-B g'rades) tightened, whil the leaders in the Airierieati' and International loops added t their bulges in a rain-shortenei •week in Algona's little leagues Rain .washed ' out all game Thursday evening., Here are th week's results: National , Braves 3, Cards 2 Giants 5, .Pirates 4 Giants 7, Braves >. 4 r , American Indians 6, Tigers 0, Yanks 13, Red Sox 8 Red Sox 8, White Sox 6 t International Soos 6, Royals 2 Millers 9, Bees 3, Chiefs 19, Bears 2 Besides the regularly schedul cd games in the three leagues a Bertha Godfrey and Lucia Wai lace schools and the Athletii Park, a makeup ; game between the Cards and Giants in the National.. League will be playet Tuosdaycnight at Bertha Godfrey Standings: National W Pirates 3 Giants • 2 Braves 2 Cards 1 American W Indians — 3 Yanks 2 Red Sox 2 Orioles 1 White Sox 0 Tigers 0 International W Chiefs _ 3 Soos 3 . . Millers 1 Royals - 1 Bears __ 1 Saints „ 0 Bees •_ 0 L 1 2 3 2 L 0 0 2 1 2 3 L 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 717 Series Is Posted Here At Hawkeye Lanes Chuck Davis rolled one of the lop series in history locally Tuesday night, June 14, at Hawkeye Lanes when he posted a 717 total. Davis chalked up lines of 226, .236 and 255 in open bowling after a 585 series in league competition, A team of four girls posted an odd triplicate • score two days later. Julie Olson, Janice Olson, Janice James and Cheryl Ann TOM'S Televiews Cook had three lines of 525, in* eluding'handicap, in girls juniol jowlirtg league competition. Art Ashton presented shoulder patches and .certificates, to boy junior bowling winners, following completion of league schedules. Most improved bowler was Don Zittritsch, who upped hi; average 33 pins; Bill Fraser had High single line, a 235; Dick Pratt high serie'S, 581; and Gary Colwell got a triplicate award for three lines of 129. WhitfemoreTo Second Place In County Loop Lone Rock dropped a rung dow.n the ladder and Whittemore moved up a notch toward the top as Humboldt, Ayrshire and Whittemore notched wins in the Kossuth County Baseball League Sunday afternoon. Lone Rock's third place outfil will attempt to put the first blol on Aryshire's perfect record at Lone Rock this Sunday. .Other loop contests are St. Joe at Whittemore and West Bend at Algona. STANDINGS W L 0 1 1 2 2 4 4 Ayrshire ___ 5 jone Rock 4 ..one Rock — 3 St. y Joe 3 West Bend — 2 Humboldt _ 1 Algona 1 Humboldt made six hits pay jff with a 7-5 win over West Bend at Humboldt. Johnson hurl- d the win, while Hannisch took he loss. West Bend totaled seven its. The Ayrshire—St. Joe tussle at lyrshire was a real dandy, per- aps the best game in the league o date. St. Joe was limited to iree hits by Wue'bker, while the inners notched seven hits from IB offerings of Henderson. The vinners committed the game's wo errors. Whittemore put on a real, old me hitting exhibition to notch 15-4 win over Lone Rock at Lone Rock. The losers -got six its from the offerings of Shriner nd Johnson and also committed ix errors. Bierle and Bollinger llowed 17 hits to the winners. Grand Opening OfGarriganBB Park June 27 Plans have been completed for he grand opening of Garrigan igh school's new lighted base- iall park, according to Athletic Director Jim Geelan. The opening game on the new diamond will feature St. John's of Bancroft and Garrigan at 8 p.m. Monday, June 27. The fohnnies, always a powerful club, downed Garrigan, 11-4, in an earlier meeting at Bancroft. It has also been announced that Sarrigan will be the site of sec- ional and district baseball meets this summer. The sectional meet will be»in July 11, followed by Ihe district. The Bears, who have a 2-2 season won-lnst record, were rained 1 ' *V i ' , Over at Taw's T-V a clearance sale on 1960 HCA T-V ttbt is progress. The remaining nine new 1960 sets are being off eredJit. a tremendous savings as the new 1961 sets are coming along attd he is confronted with a storage problem. ^ ' The second anniversary of Cullen Hardware is announddd in ihls issue and a corresponding sale that goes with it at a Ume When summer, vacation and picnic goods are in demand. Every item in the store has been specially priced for the Anniversary Sale, as given, in detail in a full page ad in today's Upp^er Des Moines. H's a pretty snappy cooperative page ad thai ad manager Darlene Kinseyj recently returned from her honeymoon, dished up for today's paper. You'll find it on the back page of the second section . . . ever think of spending a vacation^at home? Wally Higgason, proprietor of the West Bend Auto Co. at West Bend, tells us that he sold 11 cars from a 40 inch ad on used cars that ran in this paper two weeks ago. He said his customers came from all directions. * * • Maybe you don't need a well dug, but if you do, the Elbert Well Co. is running some very attractive invitations to contact them if you're in the market for a well. Briefs: Roy Bjusirom is in Chicago attending the annual furniture mart.. . Chalmer Reed is missing from the store and we suspect that he also is at the same place Wes Bartlett made a buying trip recently for Foster's . . . Lucky Clover (four leaf, that" is) continues through this week at Graham's ... at Fowler's they're talking summer sportswear specials . . . June 26 is the date for the big Air Show at the Algona.Airport . . . it's hay conditioning time, and Bradley Bros, have a few suggestions and ideas on the subject. * * * E. E. (Bud) Robinson is gelling ready to move inlo his new. location east on highway 18. The firm will be known as the Robinson Construction Co. after that date, handling Sioux steel buildings. Winners at Zender's in Ihe pre-Father's Day registration were Mrs Andrew Kramer from Bode, first, Mrs Myron Alderson, Algona, second, and Robert Bestenlehner, third. fV^ KOSSUTH COUNTY "1 [SPORTS] Dairy Days Are Set June 27-28 For Lakotans Lakota — Monday and Tuesday, June 27-28, have been selected for :he Annual Dairy Day celebration n Lakota. Street shows will, be here both days with children's rid;es arid carnival attractions There will be a Softball game Monday afternoon between the ladies of Lakota and the Crystal Lake Lassies. The Lutheran church and.the Boy Scouts of America will erecj and operate food stands, Arlowe Erdahl will present free entertainment both evenings from 8 to 8:30. Public drawing will be held Monday and Tuesday for over 50 valuable prizes each night to lucky registrants at any of the stores or business places. out of two will travel to last week. They Kanawha tonight Take a look at your TV set. m friend. Is it in good condition Good picture tube? A good-lookin piece of furniture? Then bring lo us. We'll give you up to $17 for it in trade on a brand new 1360 RCA TV set. OR — is it old. with a pooi picture, Does it no longer match your furnishings? Then bring it to us anyway friend. We have the sale of a life-lime right now on our 1960 RCA TV models, and you're just the one who should take advantage of it. Only 9 sets left right now — and they're beautiful. Be one of the Lucky 9. Come in tomorrow. NBC boasts a beautiful color line-up for summer. Here is next week's program: Wed. — The Price Is Right, 7:30 to 8. (Tuesday), then hit the rnad again Thursday night for a meeting with St. Edmund at Fort Dodge. In their latest outing, Garrigan posted a 13-2 decision over the Garner Legion. The Bears counted three runs in the first frame and were never headed. A five-run outburst in the fourth inning highlighted the win. Chuck and Dick Heinen each hit triples while LeRoy Heinen added a double to the 12-hit Garrigan attack. Lynn Hansen was the winning pitcher. Ex-Pastor At Wesley Dies Wesley — Word was received here of the death of Mrs. Ira McNully, nee May S. Wyatt, aged 70 years at Friendship Haven, Fort Dodge. Funeral services were held at Lohrville and interment made at Farnhamville, la. Her husband was Methodist pastor June Proves To Be The Month Of Weddings The wedding license business in the office of County Clerk Alma Pearson continued to thrive this week. Nine couples obtained licenses, as June, .the month of brides, passed the midway point. They went to: ' ij fiihe 14 — Richard Whitneyi "Klem'me and Janice Gabel, Swea City. June 16 — Clarence Williard, Los Gatos, Cal., and Marjorie Larson, San Francisco: Harvey Holder, Livermore, and Edith Hinz, LuVerne. / June 17 — Daryl Baker, Livermore, and Kathryn Gales, Bode; Carroll Jenkins, Lakota, and Violet Johannsen, Pocahontas. June 18 — Robert Anderson, Belmont, Mich., and Elaine Wagner, Bode, June 20 — Gene Nilson, Winnebago, Minn., and Mary Farrow, Lakota; John Thompson and Beverly Larson, Burt; James Spies, Graettinger, and Loretta Hall, Algona. Iowa Finance G6.» plaintiff, seeks settlement 6f a ptoinissory note in the . amountv,pt. $344.07 from RobefV Li afld-Kita' $ehmlt# •defendants. ParchaSS';of' In 6UtO was involved.' , .' ; ; SweaCi Engaged;To Wed Aug. 21 Mr. 'and Mrs. Ralph' Walker, Swea City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Reta Mae, shown above, to Elmer P. Alderdyce, son of Mr", and Mrs. Donald D. Alderdyce, De}ta. Both attended Upper Iowa U where Miss Walker is a junior. Mr. Alderdyce received his B.S. degree in May and is now employed in the public relations dept. at Upper Iowa. The date has been set for August 21 in the Lutheran church, Swea City. Elaine Maahs, " WWlidrhere — ,: Elaine Maahs; daitgKtef df Mr a«a Mrs 'Edward Maahs of Whittemore, And Dickie Leu of Twas City, Michigan, son of Mr and Mrs" Louis Lfeu of Mal« vern, Iowa, exchanged, wfedding vows. Sunday afternoon, June 19» at St. f»aul's Lutheran church in Whittemore. Rev, CleO Kautsch officiated at the double ring cere- |nony at 2:30 before the ^altar banked 'with mixed flowery and a large group of, relatives and friends of the couple. \ '. Preceding the ceremony the church organist played the nuptial music and accompanied Marlene Walker, soloist. , "Escorted to 'the altar by her father, the bride was attired In a fl66r length gown of white -6r- ganza with motifs of chantily lace, trimmed with iridescent sequins and seeded pearls. He long sleeves ended in points at the wrists, and a large butterfly bow at the back at the waist line. Her fingertip veil of English imported illusion net was held in place by a Princess crown of seeded pearls and crystals, and her jewelry was a small- pair of pearl earrings, and Carried a bouquet of pink roses. Attending;' as matron of honor was her sister Mrs Ralph Sebers of Algona. . Ella Rae Maahs attended her sister as bridesmaid. Frederick Leu, brother of the bridegroom of Omaha, . acted as bestman. Edward Maahs, brother of the bride, of St. Paul, was the groomsman, OVvilie Leu of Om< lha, Eldon. Maahs and Marian Leinlnger of WMttemort were the "Treception Was'htld fo/200 guests followiflg_the- cereniorty 'in of Minn* eao & Ames, a slater of the bride, were ift charge of the gifts. MisS Janet Leu of Malvern was in charge of the guest 'book. Mrs fildon Maahs of Whittemore, rind Mrs Eugehe Maahs of Des Moines, cit the cake. Mrs Harold Seipato of Malvern, and Miss, Eldora Maahs poured. f Table waitresses were Beverly Zumach, Marilyn Ostwald, Mrs Kathryn Pompe and Mrs Howard Esser. Punch servers were Mrs Herman Wehrspan of Fort Dodge and Mrs Walter A. Meyer ,of Whittemore. Kitchen help were Mrs Martin Potratz, Mrs Louis Braatz, Mrs, Henry Schmelmg, Mrs Loiiis Qreinert and Mrs Elmer Ostwald. The bride attended the Lutheran parochial school and graduated from the Whittemore high, school and has been employed for several years with the Whittembre Farmers State Bank; , Mr Leu .graduated Irom the Malvern high school and attended Concordia Teachers college where he earned his B.S. in education at Seward, Nebraska. He taught a full term here in 1958 in St. Paul's school and finished his schooling in January 1960 at Seward. After August 1, the couple will make their home at Twas City; Michigan Martin Hamilton Son Succumbs Wesley — Donald Martin, 5% month-old son of Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton died Thursday June 16, at Rochester, Minnesota ents, a 'sister 4 'year old his maternal grandmother 1 , < Mrs . Selett- JrihnsOttJ and , paterrtal . gratidmdther, Mrs Gertrude Ham- ' Itdn of Bkncrdft.' ' ; \- ' 'Casket bearers- "were gteve'n' Walker, ' Denny , Youngwirth f r Dickie Lo^big»and' Gary 'LoebigV r b? heart failure An Angel was.read for hint Saturday ftiorft- ing at 10 6'dbck itt SI Joseph's 1 :atho|iq . churejj - here, . by; vFathet ,, * the LAND BAN KM AN y EU<3ENE- HV HtTTqHINS :' ' . • i J ':. •''. ' '."- • ''"1'v >'-';''• The man tb see for a Land Bank loan on your .land. He'll help you iplan youf farm financing to.>YpUR advantage. Come in, write or call '« «' . •• >';' • •••••>;:• FEDERAL LAND BANK' ASSOCIATION (South 'of. Penney's) } y ALGONA Preferably. Mondays and ' • . Wednesdays - « 30 resident years. ago. in Wesley about She had been a at the Haven for 2 Bulldogs Lose Thurs. — The Ford Show, to 9. 8:30 Fri. — Head of the Class, 7 to 7:30. Masquerade Party. 8:30 to 9. Sat. — Bonanza, 6:30 to 7:30. Sun. — Music On Ice, 7 to 8. Chevy Mystery Show, 8 to 9, Mon. — Summer Special (Repeat), 9 to 10. Tues. -- Arthur Murray Party, 8:30 to 9. THAT'S RICH .. , For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in (112 N. Moore — CY 4-3260). TOM'S RADIO ft TV Fort Dodge high school downed Algona, 8-3, at Fort Dodge Monday night. The Bulldogs managed to get only two hits in the fray. Tom Waller, Bill Kraft and Mike Wickliff hurled for Algona. $4613 Sought In 3 Account Cases Three account cases were filed in district court here this week. The Farmers Co-op Elevator of Swea City, plaintiff, seeks a total of $3,711.ft from George Eden, defendant, in one matter. Several promissory notes are involved. They were originally written for supplies purchased by the defendant. Louis N. and Ida Kelley (Kelley Lumber Co.) are plaintiffs and Wilbur Reinders, defendant, in a judgment for $558.05. The plaintiffs seeks settlement of a note. Algona Children May Sign Up For Swim Lessons Swimming lessons for Algona youngsters will begin at the local pool July 5, according to Manager Howie Stephenson. Registration will begin next Monday, June 27. Two sessions will be held six days per week for four weeks. Sessions will be from 0:30 - 10:30 11:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday. Each youngster may sign up for either Monday and Thursday, Tuesday and Friday or Wednesday and Saturday. Any child seven or over may get the instructions free. Adult lessons won't be scheduled until the weather settles, considerably, and not at all if more interest in the instructions is not shown. C. of C.. Drive Set A Chamber of Commerce membership day is set for Wednesday, June 22. Dean Taylor is general chairman of the event, during which time all non-members of the chamber are to be contacted with regard to joining. Four teams of captains and four teams of Sharpshooters will wor.k on the AS LOW AS SO. FT. 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BUT YOU SHOULD GET YOUR ORDER IN WITHOUT DELAY. Everything points to an acute nitrogen shortage in June, Normally all Ammonia is applied in April and early May in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri and Southern Iowa. This year due to excessive moisture, application is delayed and everyone will want ammonia at the sqme time — and an acute shortage will result. Last year with more favorable, conditions, over half the dealers in Iowa were out of Ammonia in June. There just are not enough tank cars to deliver the ammonia in rush season. * MOR-GRO AMMONIA IS YOUR MOST ECONOMICAL FORM OF NITROGEN - 20 to 40% LESS EXPENSIVE THAN ANY OTHER FORM We Furnish Applicator And Tank*. You' Apply N Your Own, Or For A Nominal Charge We Po Everything, ©et Busy I Arrange For Your 27c Corn This Fall I PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR STANDARD OIL QUALITY AMMONIA. MOR-GRO Inc. STANDARD ) PI** At Inrlnflw, IWQ — Phone CY 4-3548 or CY 4-4026 DEALERS ^ Krantx & Kiteinger, Titortka; Murray I ItYfltor, Bancroft? 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