The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1960 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 13, 1960
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* Swea City Races To 48-6 Opening Win RP, J r"-f'f . '•'•" '" ~*~. ,, . - ?r _ r , . . ...... . . . , , ^^^^ j_ ........ ..^y. . ._..... Swea City s Trojans, labeled to be one of the better teams in the entire ..area, and who showed great promise in an opening-game 48-6, win over Terril Friday night, are shown in the above photo In the front, row, left to right, are Bill Hubbard, Glendon Peterson, Jim Elliott, Mike Stewart, Jack Hinricksen, Larry Kockler Tom Dmz, Rick Seylar, Gary Walerbury, Bob Boland, Richard Malhcr and John Boland. In back, left to right, Assistant Coach Marlin Johnson, Coach Bob Hahn, Gary Dixon, Bob Simonsmeier, Roger Conway, Doug Cummins, Dave Rippentrop, John Weber, Larry Clausen, Gary Snyder, Alan Mather, Gary Larson, Assistant Coach Bruce Iverson and Mick Hurlburt. Snyder scored three touchdowns and Elliott and Hubbard two each m the romp past Terril. Maurice Carr, 250 Ib. tackle, was out with an injury when the photo was snapped. (UDM Newsfoto- Engraving). West Bend Wins League Title Over Lone RocK, 2-1 In as close a pitching duel as baseball fans in the area have witnessed this year. West Bend edged out Lone Rock to take the Kossuth League championship, Sunday, at West Bend, 2 to 1. It was a playoff of a tie at the end of the regular s dule. Bollinger, on the mound for Lone Rock, struck out 14 batters. Menu-rick, .West Bend ace, whiffed 10. West Bend got only one hit, but a big third inning in which the first two batters walked, followed by three errors, gave the winning edge. Lone Rock came back in the sixth frame to tally after Meyer walked, and went around on an error and fielder's choicw. ~ _ was behind the, pjal«- for Lone Rock, and Ballard for West Bend. The winners nad two runs, one hit and committed three errors; Lone Rock tallied one run on five hits, but had four errors. and Avis Lettow county home economist. Ronnie Linde of Swea City placed ninth in the Slate 4-H Crop judging contest at the recent Iowa State Fair. Other members were E"ct Droessler, Bill Kollasch and James Menke of Bancroft. Members on the livestock team were Terry Jonnson of Swea City; John Cordes, Jr., Lakota; Richard Fritz, Wesley and Tom Henry, Algona. Members judged three beef classes .three hog classes, two sheep classes and gave four sets of written and oral reasons. The learn placed 55th in the contest. Frosh-Soph Gridders Rap Estherville Monday, 13-7 . In' a rip-snorting gridiron battle at Estherville, Monday night, the Algona freshman-sophomore team came from behind in the final quarter to aown Esthervillc, 13 to 7. The Estherville team was coached by Harold Sh.ugo.rt, former Algona high school mentor. Howie Stephcnson's Bullpups a battle all the way, and earned the victory. In the opening quarter, after gee-saw play, a reverse sent Bill Wetzell skimming down the sidelines for about 60 yards to the first Algona tally. The plunge for an extra point failed, but Algona led, 6 to 0. The score remained there until near the close of the half when a series of misfortunes set ,up an Estherville score. The Bullpups drew a 15- yard penalty; ana a high pass from center went over Willy Steinman's head on the fourth down .and Estherville -took 'over on the Algona two, from which point the host club scored, and also made good on a play for the extra point to lead, 7 to 6, at the half. Steinman's punting, however, .was consistently good. The third quarter was played on even terms, bui in the fourth quarter Estherville tried a pass, which Tom Waller intercepted in Estherville territory. A moment later a pass from Waller to Jack Williams put the ball on, the Estherville two. Despite an ( off- sjde penalty, the Bullpups gave the pigskjn to Wetzel who circled his right end for another TO, and Wetzel also plunged for the point. The play of the Algona line was rugged, with several of the linemen playing an outstanding game. Smith, for example, was in the Esthervillc backfield often only a second or two bchjnd the ball. Mike Wickliffe suffered an ankle injury in the second half, the lull extent of the damage being determined today. ; About 75% of all eieclru-'al appliances art) bought by people- who had no intention of buying ([hem at the beginning of the y^ar. And since 88% Qf AjlFftean, families recejve a newspaper <jv§ry day, the chances are that 8 newspaper ad gave them th* r '* "••<•-•••• . - • • Cecil Baldwins Of Seneca Have Silver Wedding Qingsted — Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin of Seneca' celebrated .their 25th wedding anniversary by" having open hoifse at their home last Sunday afternoon, Sept. 11. Miss Barbara England, in charge of the guest book, greeted the many friends an,d .relatives as they entered to wish the couple their congratulations. Mrs Cecil Bailey was at the punch bowl. Dining Room hostess^ Mrs Stella Nolan of Ringsted. Mrs A. N, Storm, niece and Mrs Don Bald^ win, daughter-in-law of Des Moines Iowa poured coffee. Kitchen hostess Mrs Lyle England, Mrs Lester Osborn, Mrs Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs Bob Lynch of Fenton and Mrs Arnie Rovn, Mrs .Russell Miller of Ringsted, The beautiful anniversary cake was made and decorated my Mrs Russell Kauftman. It was September 6, 1935 that a rtfarrjage cerejnony was. performed at the {St. John's Luth-. eran Church of Ringsted, Iowa, Rev. C. A. Stub officiated at the marriage of • Cecil Baldwin, son ,of Mr and Mrs Arthur Baldwin of Rockford, 111, to Helen Nelsen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Chris Nelsen of Ringsted. State Fair Blue To 4-H Teams The Iowa State Fair provided some exciting experience for five Kossuth CoUnty 4UH members. Louise SUow from Wesley mo* deled one of her 441 projects in 'the state dress revue contest and received a red rating. She. was accompanied by Mrs George Petniering- The demonstration teams both received bluo ratings on their presentations. Jean Kpith and Glenndg GubriQlspn .from th« Phim'greAk DJUe 4-H club and Parilyn H[in$Jitey and Rosemary Ulses from the Burt Blue Birds demonstrated. They were aeeom* panted, by, Mrs Charles Peaj'dis Picnic Planned By Historical Society, Sept. 24 A picnic to which all mem- bjers, .their, .familijss^ and friends are" cordially invited, win be held by the Kossuth county Historical Society, Saturday, Sept. 24, at 6:30 p.m. at Call State Park. A committee consisting of Mrs Chester Schoby, Claude Seeley, Joe Bradley, Harry Ward, Everett Hanna, Beth Annis and Luke Linnan is in charge .of arrangements. Those attending are to bring their own .basket and covered dish, but coffee will be furnished by the Society to those attending. Following the picnic a short meeting will take place to discuss the progress of the new organization and plans for the future. Purpose of the organization, formed this summer, is to kindle and keep alive an active interest in state and local history. Membership dues arc? one dollar annually, or £10 for a lifetime membership, and all interested are sincerely invited to join, and to attend the picnic. 16 From County Compete In 4-H Sixteen Kossuth 4H 'boys are taking part in the Clay County Fair this week. »' Tom Henry of Algona is showing two Angus beef heifers and a steer, Gary Priebo of Algona is exhibiting two Angus beef heifers, .Duane & Don Hilberl of LuVernc are , each showing an Angus baby beef, Ronald Illg of Bode is showing an Angus baby beef and Jerry Pingel of Algona is showing two Hereford baby beef animals. Charles and Kenneth Bierstedt of Whittemore are each exhibiting a Hojstein dairy heifer. Nicky and Raymond Erpelding of the St. Joe club are representing the county in the junior district demonstration c o n t e s t. James Jensen anos V.ernon Wilberg of the Seneca 4-H will compete in the senior demonstration contest, Members competing in the district 4-H judging contest are Gary Ban wart, Ottosen; Dean Dodds, Algona; James Erpeldins, Bode and Ronnie Linde Sv/ca City. in Buffalo Township Cemetery with Blake Funeral Home in charge. / Margaret Gill was born July 30, 1903, to Mr and Mrs Daniel Gill at Patton, Pa. She had lived here about 25 years. Surviving ara ner husband, four sisters, Mrs Mabfel Hustad, Evanston, 111.; Bessie Gill, Grinnell; Mrs Paul (Gertrude) Gaeger, New Sharon, ilj.; Velma Gill, Oilman;' three brothers, Anthony L. Gill, Oilman; Bernard J. GiH, and Clayton S. Gill, Goshen, Ind. Scholtz Bros. To Handle Pontlacs Schultz Bros. Oarage of Algona has been awarded a fran chise for a dealership to sell Pontiac motor .cars. The franchise agreement was reached last Wednesday. In addition to Ponliac, the firm will continue to handle sales and service of Buick and Lark. The parts department of Ernie Williams Pontiac-Cadillac, former local Pontiac dealer, was purchased by Schultz Bros. Garago expansion is also underway. The first Pontiacs to go on display will be the new 1961 models, Alfred Schultz stated. Compete At Fair Representing Kossuth County 4-H at the Clay County Fair in Spencer arc Raeann Brink and LeOta Ann Voss from the Lu- Verne Live Wires 4-H club. They will demonstrate putting in a zipper on Thursday. Raeann, fifteen is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Allyn Brink and LeOta Ann is sixteen and is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Voss, Jr. Bancroft Crash A minor two-car mishap at. Bancroft Sunday at 8:45 p.m. resulted in unestimated damage to autos driven by Larry B. Long, 21, -Armstrong, and Arthur M. Schiltz, 49, Titonka. Patrolman Charles Bird investigated the crash and reported Long's auto turned off Bancroft's main street and hit a parked car owned by Schiltz. No charges were filed. Tuesday, Sept. 13, 1960 Mgona (la.) Upper DM oldtimeSJVINGSarcback! Yes Folks, your dollar is worth an "old time dollar" at FREDERICK S & Q HARDWARE, We have many items through-out the store priced at what the "old time'' dollar would buy. Get your share this Thursday . . . It's DOLLA"h DAY. SEE WHAT AN "OLD TIME" DOLLAR WILL BUY Odds and Ends of Pyrex 25% OH 5 Tube, Regular $16.95 Table Radio Sale $11.88 Furnace Filter Sale 59c Regular Price 98c Ceramic Gift Ware . 99c Sale Items Priced PAINT DISCONTINUED COLORS Regular $2.19 qt. __._ r4OW 99c Regular $6.19 gal. __. NOW $2.99 Flashlight Batteries Regular 20c Each 2 FOR 25c Buy them by the doz. You never have enough and they won't go dead unless in use. 16 Oz. Reg. $1.49 Spray Enamel 99c Booionware 16 Piece Starter Set 25% Off Bissell SHAMPOO MASTER _ SALE $3.99 Oval, Reg. 69c Brass Basket 44c Kordite 55c - 69c - 75c Values Freezer Bags ... 2 for 99c Reed Conucopia's Reg. 1.39 SALE 99c Reg. 2.98 SALE $1.99 Mrs Lang, 57 Titonka, Dies; Funeral Held Funeral services for Mrs Margaret Lang, 57, were held Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the Methodist Church at Titonka. Rev. Max Goldman officiated. Burial was ocnuiz. INO cnarges were nied. - - - -»-- pmcosmo^j^so^x^^ :&&^ixaso^^ \ ' I Remember, Thursday, Is The Day . . . Don't, Miss Our Bargains. FREDERICK HARDWARE STORE The tout pUce in Alfent to buy fine quality hardware — at a saving! OLSON VARIETY FREE COFFEE ALL DAY THUR. - FRI. - SAL YES ... Changes Have Been Made At OLSON VARIETY. We Have New Horseshoe Counters, Stools, Booths, and even a New Kitchen. Come See Itl You'll Like What You See ! STUDENT'S SPECIAL (To Take Out) Delicious Hamburger Big Malted Milk Golden French Fries This Will Be A Regular Feature 49c 5c Coffee Greeting Cards You will find a fine selection of greeting cards in our newly expanded card department. Here you will find that unusual card that you have been looking for. Algonqns Okay Word was-received here during thce week end staling that Dr, and Mrs F. E. Sawyer, former Algonans now living at Ft. Myers, Fla., had weathered 'hurricane Ponna and were not injured* The hurricane, most severe of the season so far inflicted millions,of dollars in damage to Florida and other states up the eas|ern coast. A man whose normal weight irtfM pounds would weigh about 30 pounds if all the water in hi» syste'iu dried up. WE WILL BE FEATURING BORDEN'S ICE CREAM Big Delicious Thick Malted Milks J ™' m ~* 1 5c Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. 1 5c You will find our store'just "Jam Packed" with bargains. Come in early, sit down at our new counter and enjoy a delicious cup of free coffee, browse around the entire store, buy what you wish, but notice what we offer to sell, then come back again and again for snacks, noon lunches, or just to meet the "gang". 125 Sheet Ruled TABLETS Regular 39c SALE Me ENVELOPES 100 Count SALE 29c Assorted Fancy Nyon or Cation APRONS Hundreds to Choose from leavtiful Qetjpn, IA Two Toned Colored Boll Point Pens Reg. 25c Others At 5c Ladies Panties Sixtt 5 To 10 2 pr. for 11.00 Multi - Purpose SPONGES 3" x 5" Colored 2 WR 19c 1001 Uses MEN'S MEN'S /{ c 1 HOSE H-pr.$l BOY'S nr HOSE O P r OLSON VAR .. , _ t CMW<&6^UW&££4^^ Large Kitchen WASTE BASKETS Assorted Color* In P)psti« 44 qt. »jze TOOTH BRUSHES 2 for $1.00

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