The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1960 · Page 6
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(ta.) Upptf Pit Melnet Tuesdoy, Oct. 4, 1960 14? Cattle Congress 4-H Team Bernadette Hilbert and Doris Ann Kohlhaas, above, members of the Riverdalc Hustlers 1 4-II club, will represent Kossuth County 3t the Dan-y Cattle Congress on Saturday. October 8. They will Dresent a demonstration on cleaning a sewing machine The girls Jlaced second in the Kosvuth County 4-H 'Girls' demonstration contest. Pictured — L to R — Bernadette Ililberl and Doris Ann Kolil- hans. 38-6 Win Over Humtoldt^ For Unbeaten Frosh-Soph With a combination of hard running and passing, Algona's freshman - sophomore football team whacked Humboldt's junior varsity there Monday evening, 38 to 6. It was the fourth consecutive win for the Algona Bullpups, who HI-C undefeated. It didn't take long to get started in the first quarter. After Humboldt received, and punted after being held to a first down, Tom Waller flipped a pass to Bill Wetzell and the rangy back rambled over for the first .TD. A plunge for the extra point failed. Waller tallied the next, touchdown, one on a 30-yard spring through the right side of the line after Wctzcll had galloped 25 on a reverse to set tip the scoring position. A pass for point failed. Just before the half. Algona moved down to the Humboldt 10 and Waller went over from 10 yards out standing up. A pass, Hutchins to Sleinman, was good for the extra point. Humboldt's lone score came in the second quarter after a Humboldt kick touched an Algona man's foot deep in Algona territory, bounced off,' and Hum- Rita's Clip & Curl WILL BE CLOSED FOR VACATION OCTOBER 5 THRU ?0th Everyone'* talking about the NEW ACRILAN 9 CARPET FROM THE LOOMS OF MOHAWK _ pl <*•• Mohawk Mer*. rtsilivnt • ' lengM wtor • .. tat y to car* foe NOW! SEE FOR YOURSELF! LOOKS BETTER... Wears longer... Breathtaking beauty in carpeting— plus outstanding value! New random-sheared Marina, ... by Mohawk. Right for any room—modern or period—with rich, deep pile ACRILAN. Resilient, long wearing. And wonderfully easy to care for. Stunning colors; 12' and 15' broadlporn widths ... for custom-tailored room size rugs or ultra-smart wall-to-wall installation. Now ... so easy to own on M^t ru > ''' |Vlotn,Miiatw our convenient terms. •• littlt at MOW/ WAll-TO-WAU Og HOOM SIZI RUGS $10.50 f «r Month FURNITURE AIGONA, IOWA boldt rocovctrrt. With n 15 penally to help, Humboldt Ihcn flipped,one over tho goal for sik points A try for point f;iiU>d. Second half toueliclowns were tallied by Wetzell on a reverse for 30 yards, with Hutchins tossing to Parsons fur the extra point, a Wrlxell to Shackclford pass for a TD. and Wet/ell rain- bird fiO yards on a double reverse' for the final tally. Coach Howie Stephenson made ample use of hts whole squad. and the Bullpup line a {lain played its strong game both on o'f- l( nsc and defense. Humboldt's -oH.-nse sputtered ineffectively all evening. Next week the locals play the Sentral Reserves here. $7,946 Damage Case Begins In District Court Twelve jurors were drawn Monday here in district court to begin hearing testimony in a damage suit in which Paula Priebe, Algona, plaintiff, seeks $7.940.05 from the Kossuth County Agricultural Association, defendant, for injuries suffered by the girl during the county fair Aug 15, 1956. Jurors selected w ere Mrs James Sabin, Simon Weber, Edna Smith. Ella Choi-land. Maude Ellcfson, Donna Erlander, Peter C. Reding. Christine Zeimet. George Detmcring, Kenneth Thompson, Patricia Kollasch and Anna Mae Hirnor. Judge G. W. Stillman is presiding. In the original petition, filed in Oct., 1957, Miss Priebe, through her father, B. E. Priebe, stated she was standing near'a stock barn when a calf suddenly reared up, struck her, and that she suffered a compound leg fracture as a result. Negligence on the part of the fair board is charged. The case was heard earlier in district court here and a directed verdict given. An appeal to the supreme court of Iowa brought about the present trial. Three new eases were filed in district court this week. Kermit S. Cran, plaintiff, seeks $332.93 from Edward J. Carman, defendant, account: Robert Schmitt. plaintiff, seeks a cv.vorcc from Rita Schmitt, defendant; and So- cony Mobil Oil Co., plaintiff, seeks $1,131.53 from Lynch Oil and Implement Co., defendant, account. Another Week Of Introducing 1961 Model Cars A second week of new 1961 car imveilings will take place this week. Local dealers \vho will offer ilu-ir ne\v models for public display for the first time include Kossuth McMor with the Chevrolet ;uid C'orvair lines, Schullx Hros. with the Cadillac,' Huiek. I'nnliac r.nd Lark ears, ;ind Dan's Garage with the Oldsmobile and Kambler lines. Each of the dealers hns ;in announcement in today's Upper Des Moines with details and special i-vents for their showings. Last week tlii' first showing of the new Ford and Falcon lines at Kent Motor, and (he Dodge. Dodge Dart and Lancer lines at Percival Motors, drew large and appreciative crowds. The new car showings are featuring not only the 10(51 stylings in the larger cars, nut arc introducing several new models in I In compact class carrying old- line names but in lighter-weight models. Many a guy has the hatyt of saying, "Well, I'm going to tell you the. truth. . ." Makes me wonder what he has been telling me. St. John's Enters Sub-State Meet, Prep Baseball St. John's of Bancroft will enter the state high school baseball sub-stale fall finals. Wednesday afternoon, playing the Sheffield- Swaledale team at Corwith. Final contests will be played Friday at sites to be announced The winner of the game at Corwith will meet the winner of the Anthon-Grand Meadow contest being played at Fonda on Wednesday afternoon also. Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Roman Wilhchtti. Bancroft, will have open house Sunday, Oct. 9 from 2 to 5 p.m. at their home in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. No invitations have been sent out and they cordially invite all their relatives and friends to call. Hospitalized C. H. Ostwinkle, 85. well- known Algona justice of the peace, was taken to Iowa City's University hospital Monday for observation and treatment. It. is not klrdwn 'how long he \\yli~bc hospitalized. " ' WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Fire Prevention Week Annual Fire Prevenlion ..;rr: Week. OcJ. 9-15, is again being observed locally with special messages from the City of Algona, local insurance firms, ami the Druggists Mutual Insurance Co. to be found elsewhere in today's Upper Des Moines. Chief purpose of the annual week is to emphasize the need of adequate protection and precaution against fire. With the advent of fall and winter, fire hazards increase, and a few minutes of thought and preventive action may save lives and money. The messages are all worth reading and provide some timely suggestions and give some sound advice. PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa SUNDAY, OCT. Don Hoy Andy Doll No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 WE MEAN 100% WHEN. WE SAY THEY GOTTA GO! ALL TOYS Complete Close-Out You Will Find A Tremendous Selection of TOYS With Satisfaction Guaranteed Label BUT NOW FOR X-MAS AND SAVE $ $ GULLEN HARDWARE Clearance Sale! SEWING MACHINES Balance of 1960 models — Fair Demonstrators — Late model trade-ins. All guaranteed. Backed with all the instruction you want and good service ! fully Group I 1 —Only New White Automatic Walnut Desk Model Was $419.00 1 -Only Sewcraft Automatic Walnut Cabinet Was $344.00 1 -Only Anchor Ultra-Automatic Open Arm Post __ Was $389.00 4-Only Singer Automatic Group II Walnut Cabinet $269.00 $215.00 $259.00 $195.00 1 -Only White Golden Bobbin dem- stralor Lightweight Post 3 -Only Singer featherweight portables. Both late models -Only late models portables, Extra Take Your Choice of 3 moclels. __ Note The Sale Price $129.00 $ 89.00 High Qualify. $ 49.00 1 —Only New White Economy Portable •f -Only Kemnore Lime Oak Console. Button holes Group III $ 38.00 $ 49.00 1 —Only Sew Gem Mahogany Desk Model . 4—Only New Home Cabinet Model S 39.00 S 35.00 Trade-Ins Accepted For Down Payment And No Payments Until 1961 On Parts And Service On All Makes Of Sewing Machines. FREE Advance Estimate On All Sewing Machine Repairs. SEE THEM NOW! North Iowa Sewing Machine Company 310 E. State, Algona Sewing Machine Headquarters CY 4-3634 COMING SOON ON SOUTHERN MINNESOTA'S OWN STATION THE MOST EXCITING PEOPLE ON TELEVISION THIS FALL RICHARD DENNING • MICHAEL SHAYNE +++ nilDAT, 9-M F. 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