The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1960 · Page 5
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90 EXPECTED FOR FOOTBALL DRILLS Practices Get Underway At Garrigan,AHS , The annual swing from baseball to football talk began here this week as all area football teams began checking out equipment for the official start of practices tomorrow (Wednesday), Aug. 24 All tennis have slightly more than two weeks to get ready for opening games. Equipment Check-out at Garrigan Sunday afternoon was answered by 42 hopefuls, according to Coach Beanie Cooper. That evening, parents of all squad members, 65 strong, attended a coffee at the school and went over training rules with members, of the coaching staff. Coach Jim Hershbergcr issued equipment at the public high school Wednesday evening, and also had a short skull session with the squad planned. Both teams will begin daily workouts Wednesday. Garrigan and the public school each open the season out of town. Garrigan will be shooting for its first win at Lake., Park and the public school Bulldogs will travel to Emmetsburg in search of their first win since 1957 Friday night, Sept. 9. It is the only non-conference game on the public school's slate. Cooper nas a total of 10 lettermen on his roster. They are seniors Bill Higgins, guard,' John Murphy, end, Oscar Froelich, quarterback, Jerome Erpelding, tackle and Mike Sinnwell, fullback; juniors Bob and Bill Reed, halfbacks, Lyle Loebach, end, The Dishonor Roll by Jerry Mareni Battle To Wire In County Loop The Kossuth County Baseball League race, which has been tight nil season, got about as close as a quarter to nine as loop- leading West Bend 'dropped a 2-1 decision to St. Joe at St. Joe. Holmes halted the West Bend crew with a five-hitter, while his mates notched the same number of blows from the offerings ot Don Holland. The winners committed three errors and the losers one. It was the only game played Sunday. West. Bend and Ayrshire, which won by forfeit from Humboldt Sunday, have completed their league schedules. West Bend has cinched at least a tie for first place and two other teams have a shot at a tic, also. They are Lone Rock and Whittcmore. Lone Rock will meet St. Joe in a make-up game at Garrigan Field, Algona, this Thursday, Aug. 25, at 8 p.m. A win by Lone Rock will give that crew a share .of the championship, while a loss could mean a tie for third. Whit- tcmore has a make-up game with Algona and Humboldt and Algona also have a make-up game slated. Dates of the make-up games have not been announced. at the market as simply volumes and volumes of statistical data is a fallacy. Stock market fluctuations arc closely related to the public's constantly changing opinion so that no set of rules'Statistical or technical can always be used. Next week 'Mutual Funds". Tuesday, Aug. 23, 1960 Algona (la.) Opp«r fat Mtff*ft-<»i sophomore LeRoy Heinen, center. In addition, he has Dick Heinen, senior, and Jerry Krieps and Dave Hilbert, juniors, transfer students who were ineligible last fall due to Iowa High School Athletic Association rules. Seven letterwinners, all linemen, were lost through graduation of the 1959 squad, which failed to win a game. According to Cooper, who plans and John Fandel, halfback; and to have his team throw the ball SAFE IN A-SIOUX- AT LESS COST TOO WEATHERPROOF PROTECTION ... COMPLETE FACTORY FABRICATION Wtrelna. Mfe, RthtMfca/mgrf wtnft, UhAnf Mtatrft, » •lifting hMt. -SIOUX-Tit. $!••! Buildup shrug off oil wtather. Yet this rnodira miracle of stool fc acconpliiM at far Ut* coil to you th« other building mthodt WEATHERPROOF CONSTRUCTION •SIOUX- Stael Building Fan* with ipeeiol ovtnmp Joint* flivo toft, weather-tight protection and seamless beaut* without caulking. Every bolt* brace, cart panel it el •lecl for extra strength and nliabaity. The duroWa gal* wanized steel finish otiures Minimum maintenance year sifter year. If preferred a widj ckftnl •! ttbW • tT9Jj Wf •t slight additional coib ^ STUIGHTSIDI plenly, the Golden Bears "should be Crated even in three of Ihe games on the schedule and underdogs in the 'other six." Here is the complete Garrigan schedule, which includes five home games: Sept. 9 Lake Park, there. Sept. 17 — Ft. Dodge St. Edmund, here. Sept. 24 — Waterloo Columbus, here, Oct. 1 — Austin Pacelli, here. Oct. 8 — Carroll Kuemper, here (Homecoming). Oct. 14 •— Emmetsburg Catholic, there. Oct. 21 — Marshalltown St. Mary's, there. Oct. 28 — Sioux Falls Cathedral, here (Dad's Day). Nov. 2 — Renwick Boone Valley, there. MINIMUM CtiCTIbN COST •SIOUX. Steel IrtAifi era eempMefr Mrfcafc J at tU factory ta fit precisely without costly field cutting, drilling •r alteration. This 'SIOUX* tttra torn you man| Mian •Vet Ikt cast «f other tftal MUbf system* nut-cucu 'Blocking And Tackling Prime A.H.S. Target Coach Hershberg'er, who is beginning his first year at the helm' of 'the Bulldogs after a two-year, 12 won, three lost record at Janesville, plans v to give his squad plenty of work in the blocking and tackling departments. His single wing offense demands good blocking, and, as is *truc with any good defensive team, tackling is the key. He hopes to have eight letter- winning seniors and one letter- winning junior on the roster. Boys who probably will form the nucleus of the squad are seniors, Bob Percival, end, Gary Peer, quarterback, Gary Angle, guard, Jim Richardson, halfback, Gary Rich, tackle, Dean Willrett and Glen Johnson, centers, and Steve Miller, fullback, and Chuck Streit, junior, end. The positions listed are those filled by the lettermen last fall and may be entirely different during the pending campaign. Of course, Ilershberger has not assured anyone of a position on the starting eleven,- and a battle 'for the right to play looms lor each line and backfield job. It is apparent that squad members who want to play .in varsity contests will have to be plenty rugged, because'- as Jim puts it, "I like good old hard-nosed foot- Cfctm tta .SIOUX. Sreel fef A* Jttfe M* ftftatfc far row ptrpeee. Whethw Ift • a«w mertlesfy beMiiig, feel erection it •« bo *•%•*< ml MM * * ft* SALES IOOM AND DISMAY attack will be combined with Hershberger's standard single wing maneuvers, especially if a good passer and two or three good receivers can be developed.. Here is the complete 1960 schedule for the Bulldogs: Sept. 9 — Emmetsburg, there. iept. 16 — Clarion, there. Sept. 23 — Iowa Fals. here. Sept. 30 — Humboldt, here. Oct. 7 — Webster City, there. Oct. 14 — Eagle Grove, here (Homecoming), Oct. 21 — » Hampton, here. Oct. 88 — Clear Lake, there. The last seven games on the slate are North Central Conference frays and garne time of each Contest has been set at 7:45 p.m. Home games will be played at the tau'&rounds. INVESTORS CORNER I by STACEY R. HENDERSON] HOW MUCH DO BROKERS CHARGE? Commissions charged by member firms of the New York Stock Exchange for buying and selling stock are among the lowest for transfer of any property. They average around ?%. Each 100 Shares (Round Lot) Less than $100 6% $100 to $400 .—1% plus $3* $400 to $2,400 1% plus $7 $2,400 to $5,000 \k of l%.plus $19 $5,000 or more 1/10 of.,1% pU»sj;39 Less $2 for odd lots "On transactions of $100 >Qf more, the minimum commission may not be less than .$6 and need not exceed $1.50 a share or S75 per round or odci lot transaction. ODD LOTS An odd lot consists of any number of shares below the unit of trading. The great majority 01 trading is in stocks' where the unit is 100 shares. Your broker executes odd lot orders through dealers who 1 specialize in odd lots. . . The odd lot dealer executes orders 1/8 point away from the price of the next round lot sale when the stock is selling under $40 per share. On stock selling over $40 per share the differential is '/4 point. HOW TO READ NEWSPAPER STOCK TABLES In order for the investing public to keep informed on the daily price movement of their stocks, many newspapers throughout the country publish lists of stocks traded on the different exchanges and the over-the-counter markets. Here is a sample line taken from a newspaper for an average day: 1960 Sales in Net High Low Stock Div. 100s 06'/ 8 79% Am Tel & Tel 3.30 101 Open High Low Close Chg. 90 90 1/8 89% SUVfe plus \' t CONSTRUCTION CO. f. f, (Ivd) ROIINiON EAST ON HIGH WAY 18 MOON A CY 4-3374 FISH A terrier dog owned by 13- year-old Vernon Wetlber, of Iowa Falls, caught a 25 Vi incl), 4- pound, 10-ounce northern pike recentfy. The dog has previously been successful iu carp fishing, •bul this was 'her first catch pi a game fish, She< uses her swimming ability and mouth instead of the traditional hook, line and sinker. Before you criticize the old folks, remember that>even though a clock is run down, it's right twice «»..day,....,_ '.__+ This line deals with the Common stock of American Telephone and Telegraph Company. The two figures before the name of the. stock show that the highest price paid for this stock to date in 1960 was 96'/ 8 , that is $90.125 a share, . and the • lowest waa $79.875. The $,3.30 after the company name denotes, based on the last quarterly dividend, the .annual dividend is $3.20- a share, The next figure shows that .10,100 shares were traded that day. The first transaction was at .$90 a share, shown unde.r the word "Open." The highest price paid during the day was '90%, the lowest price 89%, and the last trade that day was 90 !4 a sjiarc. The pjus Vi under "Net Change" shows that the..'last trade of the day was $0.25 more than the last price of the preceding day. I should add that all stocks are tradud in J/ g of a point or-more to* ease trading operations. Day-to-day -price fluctuations reflect the opinions of investors throughout the wosld, therefore making the art of investing not an exact science. WHAT MAKES STOCK PRICES GO UP AND DOWN Basically, stock prices change because of thje law of supply and demand. • The stock market reflects the hopes, needs, and desires of thousands, of individual;.. To look Sales Of New Vehicles Hit 62 In County Sales of new vehicles picked up during the past three weeks in Kossuth county, with 62 cars and trucks registered at the county treasurer's office. Owners are: Pontiac — Clifford Anfinson. Wesley; F. D. Rasmussen, Wesley; Ernie Williams P-C, Algona; Arnie Ricklefs Agency, Algona; F. M. Marks, Corwith; H. P. Lowman, Algona. Ford — Benjamin Anlikcr Wust Bend; Everds Bros, Algona; Lewis Franzen, Titonka; W. H. or Margaret Hccrdt. Algona; Kent Motor, Algona; Ferd Lofstrom, Armstrong; Quaker Oats. Swca City (2); Tlaymond Schutjer, Wesley; Monica Starr, Algona; C. B. Giesking, Titonka; Arlie Banwart, Ottosen; H. P. Mertz, Ottosen; Henry Radmak- er, Titonka;-B. R McAllister, Algona; Merlyn Krosch, Ledyard; J. L Momyer, Algona; W. E. Ley Motor, Lakota; Alvina Fish, Titonka. Studebaker — Ed Blumer, Algona; C D. Schaip, Algona. Chevrolet — Arthur Boyken, Titonka; Equitable Life Assurance; M. J. Kern, Algona (2); Arthur Luedtke. Fenton; Marvin Origer, Bode; Nicholas Thomsen, Lakota; Joe Tscnetter, Algona; D. G. Householder, Lone Rock, truck; B. E. Gilbertson, Ledyard. truck; Sam Winter, Buffalo Center; Chas. Simmons, Algona; Genevieve Olson, Algona; Kossuth Motor Co., Algona (2); P. J. Waite, Bancroft; L. W. Callies, Titonka; Quaker Oats, Algona. Plymouth — Elden or Goldie 'Guess, LuVerne. ' Comet — Herbert Hackbarthy Whittemore; R. N. Burt, Algona; Taylor Mercury, Algona. Buick — Wm. Knoner, Ledyard; Milton Madispn, Lone Rock; Henry Bailey, Algona. International — ivlerike Oil Co., Bancroft. Dodge — George Powers, Algona; D. J. Downs, Algona. Mercury — Berl Priebe,<. Algona; W. C. Peterson, Swea City. CMC — Gerald Ramus, Lu- Verne. Rambler — Mike Frohling, Ottosen. Olds — Delbert Lieurance. Swea City. v Cadillac — Ernie Williams P-C, Algona; Clayton Pittman, Algona. Lakota Girl to Become Bride Of Swea City Man Lakota' — Mr and Mrs Earl Thompson announce the engagement of their daughtcy, Cynthia Ann, to Mr Gail Kauffman, son of Mr and Mrs Russell Kauffman ot Swea City. No wedding date has been set. Nurse Graduate Mr and Mrs Ted Wallentine and family attended graduation ceremonies Sunday at the Lutheran Deaconess -hospital in Minneapolis. Their daughter, Ruth Wallentine, was one of a class of 34 graduates. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN Ketsler AFB, Miss. — Airman Third Class Harold E. KocKlei, son.of Mr and Mrs Waller Kockler of RR No. 1, Bancroft, Iowa, who is a member of the USAE Aerospace Force, graduated recently from the Aircraft Control and Warning Operator (SAUE) Course at Keesler Air Forci- Base. Airman KocKler has been assigned to Duluth Municipal Airport, Duluth, Minnesota to lake his place on the loam ot America's expanding aerospace force ot manned aircraft ano missiles. st'rvalion reserve of their continuing responsibility to refrain from using this land for grazing or harvesting any crop from it during the contract, period. "Even though \v«. j are not aut- horised to take new land into the conservation reserve," Anderson said,- "there has been no change in the regulations concerning the land retired from production under existing oOtt* tracts. The farmer is being |mU| an annual rental fdr compliance. In return, he is obligated to C*» ercise his responsibility of wKJW holding the land from production, for the life of the contract." >' There arc 25 conservation reserve contracts in effect in Kos- sulh county, involving a total of 1894 acres of cropland. Ludwigsburg, Germany — John A. Youngwirth, 24, son of Mrs'. Helen Youngwirtn, Wesley, lu.. recently was promoted to specialist four in Ludwigsburg, Germany, where he is a member of the 52d Medical Battalion. Specialist Youngwirth arrived overseas in February 1959. He completed basic training at Fort Carsqn, Colo. A 1954 graduate ot Wesley High School, Youngwirth worked for Robinson Produce & Feed before entering the Army in September, 1958. Must Not Crop Conservation Land FARMERS REMINDED ON CONSERVATION RESERVE Chairman Richard I. Anderson of the Kossuth county ASC committee today reminded farmers with land in the soil bank con- OUT They Go! CLEARANCE SALE 60 Olds & Ramblers PRIOR TO INTRODUCTION OF THE NEW '61 MODELS. THEY MUST ALL GO OUT BEFORE SEPTEMBER 30 I WE HAVE THE OLDS IN A CHOICE OF COLORS, IN DYNAMIC 88 SEDANS, SUPER 88 SEDANS, HOLIDAY SPORT SEDANS. ALSO RAMBLERS IN DELUXE, SUPER AND AMERICAN SEDANS. Dau's Olds & Rambler 125 So. Dodge Algona Big 64-Pack CRAYOLAS With Built-in Crayola Sharpener Reg. $1.00 5-Hole FILLER PAPER Buy several at this price! Reg. 25c Per Pack. 2 For 39C Complete Pack PENS & PENCILS 6 Ball Ponts 6 Pencils 6 Refills All For 77c Pack of 12 PENCILS No. 2 Soft Lead Several Colors 24c 3-Ring Zipper NOTEBOOK Reg. $2.98 $2.33 3-Ring Zipper NOTEBOOK Reg. $1.49 99e Girls Orion CARDIGANS Ideal For School Sizes 7-14 $2.98 Boys and Girls HANKIES Package Of ,6 59c Mor-Pul Triple Cuff ANKLETS Sizes 6-11 37c Jaco Variety ALL WEEDS TO BE MOW ALONG COUNTY ROADS ORDER BY SEPTEMBER OF SUPERVISORS

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