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

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 13, 1960
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Now About This Crew For An All - Star Team ? ? ? Three long-time Algona high school basketball fans, having LOOKING fOft SOMETHING DIFFERENT x—\ -. TO G-IV€ FOR kMvi Thr.ilrp Firkpls Rirk/iqcd In A Beautiful Chn5fmAS C<=»vd ? TICKETS WITH EACH CARD.. SUN. THRU WED.! ALGONA Continuous Sun. From 1 P.M. Never such fun t Never such loving! Never such songs! PRODUCER... Fred Clark at his funniest! Hells are HEAD OPERATOR . . The cops knew all her numbers! CINEMASCOPE SONGS "Just In Time" Bells Are Ringing" I Met A Girl" . and many morel FRED CLARK wi,h EDDIE FOY, Jr. JEAN STAPLETON THE BOOKIE... He brought the classics to the racetrack! PLUS COLOR CARTOON ADULTS 75c - KIDDIES 25c PUBLIC SALE As I am quitting farming, I will sell the following described persona property al my farm located: 10 miles east of Bancroft on the Titonka blacktop road, 2 miles'north and '/<i of a mile east; or, one-half mile east, 6 miles north arid l'/z miles east of Titonka; or 4 miles south and 4 '/< miles east of Lakota; or 3 miles west, 5: miles south and '/4 mile east of Buffalo Center, on THURSDAY, DEC. 15th Sale to Start at .12 o'clock Sharp Murphy's Lunch Wagon on the Grounds ^ . 32 HEAD OF CATTLE 16 Cows "put with Registered Angus Bull June 15 including 6 black Angus! 9 Herefords and 1 Shorthorn, young and coming with second calves. 16 Angus & Black & White Face Calves wt. about 450-500 Ibs. These are choice calves and good enough for 4-H calves. Heifer calves are call hood vaccinated and Cows are Bang's Tested. 8 Head Of Ewes: 6 Good Mouth and 2 Yearling Ewes, put with Black Face Buck October 1. 575 Hy-Line 934C.Pullets. Laying 75% NOW. FARM MACHINERY 2 TRACTORS — 1958 445 Minnoapolis-Moline, 3 point hitch, torc- nmpil, power steering. A little over 900 actual hours. 1947 U-Minneapolis-Moline, Power Pak and M & W Pistons, with 4-row cultivator. 1955 Minneapolis-Moline Pull Typo Corn Picker, rear elevator. 1952 McCormick-Deering 64 Combine complete with Cub IHC motor, pick-up and wagon hitch. Minneapolis-Moline 4-row Planter, used 3 seasons, with disc openers, liquid fertilizer attachment, Hy-Pro nylon roller pump, planted less than 500 acres. Minneapolis-Moline Tandem Disc, 11 ft. 8 in. Minneapolis-Moline Pull Plow, 3-14s, 3 yrs. old. Minneapolis-Moline Mounted Plow, 2 years old, plowed less than 100 acres, will lit any 3 point hitch, rubber tired gauge wheel. McCormick-Deering Disc, 18 ft. 5-section 15 ft. Minneapolis Moline Spring Tooth: Brady Stalk Cutter. 6-section Lever Flexible Ga^oway Harrow. Section Heavy Duty Noble Evener. 15-ft. Vulcan Land Roller. McCorrhick-peering Endgate Seeder. Minneapoli»-Moline Side Rake/ Minneapolis-Moline Mower. Trail* Type M.ayvalh Sprayer, 6 row* with Hy-Pro nylon roller pump, 75 ft. hose, hand boom, 3 years old.' New'Idea" 17 Manure Spreader, 3 years old. Heavy Duty IHC Hydraulic Cylinder.' McCormick Binder as Windrower. 40-ft. John Deere Elevator. Wide Type John Deere Hoist, cradle for hoist. Yetter Power Take-Off Speed Jack. 2 New Idea Trailers, new rubber last year. 2 Minneapolis-Moline Freeman Wagon Boxes, 6x12, 2-in. floors, 2 years old.' Steel Flare Box. 1946 I'/i-ton V-8. Ford Truck, 8.25x20 near new tires, 2 speed axle, reconditioned-motor with only 6000 miles, 8x14 Combination Stock and Grain Box, with hoist. Heat Homers for U Minneapolis and for 445. Horn Manure Loader with attachments to fit Minneapolis U. Char-Lynn Power takeoff pump. Snow Bucket for Horn Loader. 10-in John Deere Power takeoff Hammermill on rubber. Old Montgomery-Ward Hammermill. 100 ft. l'/4-in. Galvanized Pipe, like new. Some Slat Cribbing. Some Old Iron. Loading Chute on Rubber. King Road Drag. Steel Stone Boat. Hole-Em Weed Chopper Electric Fencer. Used Lumber, 2x8's and side boards. Bridge Plank. Knipco F125 Stove with thermostat, like new. 500-gal. Barrel Mounted on Wagon. 300-gal. Gas Barrel with hose and noszle and stand. 80-gal. Gas Barrel. 55-gal. Gas Barrel. Electric Fence Posts and insulators. BUILDINGS: 6 buildings on skids: 2 14x18 hog houses, 12x18 ft. hog house, 12x6 ft. tool shed, 8x18 ft. with brick chimney, ideal for wash bPUse, 6x16 ft. hog house, and 3x4 ft. dog house. Large walk-in- Fee^er, 12x12, 30Q-bu. capacity. 100-bu, James way Round self-feeder, Five 10-heh roll-away nests. Chicken feeders, waterers. 70-gal. Ideal Hpg W,at,orer. McCullough cast iron water hog pans and troughs 225-gal tank With Daisy H?ff Waterer. FEED- Abdut Wft bales of straw. 900 bales of mixed alfalfa and clove? hey. conditioned'wittout rain. 900 bu. of heavy Cherokee oats About IMP bvi.outside ear'corn. Tarp 12x16 ft. 3 16-ft. Feed Bunks 16 ft. Portable Feed Rack on skids. .,„„,. SHOP TOOLS! Cycle grinder and ertiery wheel, large vise, 100 lb anvil* air compressor. cider, press, wrenches, bolts, saws, ^orks, Vt H.P. Craftsman ipotor like new, hand drill press. , ' ' . TERMS; Cash or make arrangements with your banker before the sale. No prpoerty to be vemoved frpm the premises iiniU' seUlet for. Not responsible for accidents should any occur. V QIRP Wf HHpiPPlp ^* ^^ ^^w ilp^i^Pf iff ^P ^P^^ff^^^p^R^WwWBV Charity Quinn and Jack DeVries, Auctioneers "*' Iowa State Bank. Algona, Cler nothing else to do while sitting around over coliee tne oiner day, tnrew caution to the wind ana selected an all-star team composed ot players participating at the local hign scuool saice 19«& (tney couldn't go back any fanner than that because one of the fans wasn't very old). We'll have to admit thai, piaylng together, the my- thicai live wouid be a dieam tor local tans and a nightmare lor tii opponentb. Throwing caution to the wind (and realizing a.-.y all-star team causes all kinds ot criticism), the three round-ball fans se'iec- , ted Chuck Grasper and Jerry Lauritzen, forwards, Doug Meyer, center, Bill Allen and Dave Uevinb, guards. All, five have very impressive cage credentials. Crasper and Lauritzen were polished all-around performers, both being strong rebounders and prolific scorers and each was named to an all-state team. Crnsper was a natural athlete who did everyiiiing, not only well, but with real style. His movements were remarkably graceful for a big athlete, and his scoring touch was feather soft. The finest weapon in Lauritzen's scoring arsenal was a sharp jump shot. He led the Bulldogs to a share of the North Central Conference title in 1949 after gaining polish and losing clumsiness through two earlier campaigns. Meyer was one digit of the "Fabulous Five of '55" that grabbed the loop crown. As a senior the following season, he shattered the school single season, single game and career scoring records with an array of sweeping hooks and jump shots. Although emotional oppcsites Devine and Allen had one very important thing in common — a superb talent for basketball. Bill was a fierce, fiery competitors who caught the fancy of basketball buffs with his sharp passing and some of the longest two-hand set shots ever witnessed here. Devine, affectionately called "the little professor", played with coolness and poise seldom found in high school athletes. His intelligent direction of play and brilliant ball-handling were a source of satisfaction to fans and coaches alike here for three yars. Editor's note — Being a mem ber of the self-appointed basketball all-star selection board. ALGONA Thurs., Dec. 15 Continuous From 1 P.M. MERCHANTS ANNUAL FREE THEATRE PARTY! PA?MER-SYMS- MITCHELL- LEWIS OF HEAR3S PLUS 2 COLOR CARTOONS Friday & Saturday 2 NEW FEATURES MMIS CRAIG VICKERSB1ICHWIIM PLUS SECOND FEATURE SAT./WAT. AT 2;00 "Four Fait OMns" Pigs 6 Color Cartoons and also being quite a bit older than the youngest member, who forced the 15-year limit on selections presented above, it seemed only tight that the "youngster" allow a few other players to be named — to the honor roll or something. Many fans will recall the play of Chuck Crettrneyer, Kenny Lynk (who may have been the greatest of them all — he was 10-15 years ahead of time), Joe McNeill, Shag Cook and Jim Cowan (the latter two played in recent years) with fond regard. And to many others, missed inadvertantly, our apologies. Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1960 > Algona (la.) Upper DM Monet—5 at the quarter buzzers. Carmen Cook led LakoUt with 22 points, followed by Rippentrop with 17 and Tjaclen with 13. Folkert got 28 points to top the Squaws. Lakota Rallies Late To Remain Unbeaten 59-56 Lakota's Eagles found themselves down 10 points al halftime, then rallied to post a 5956 win over Titonka at Titonka Dec. 6 and became the only unbeaten team in the State Line Conference. A win by Swea City over previously Unbeaten Armstrong helped Coach Jerry McMullen's team move into the top spot alone. Lakota's girls also won, 52-42, for a cfean sweep of the doublcheadcr. Titonka, which had also been unbeaten, clobbered the Eagles n the first half. The Indians held a 16-12 lead at the quarter and enlarged the bulge to 35-19 at halftimc. With six men scor- ng from five to io points in the 'ray, Lakota nibbled away and cut the margin to 49-40 at the three-quarter mark, using a full- court press to 'advantage. The rally Continued in the final round and the Eagles finally caught the Indians with two minutes of play remaining, then climbed in front 10 stay. The Lakota' attack was well- balanced, with John Cordes Leading the way with 15 points. Charold Barrett added 12 and reserves Rob Su'nde and Kent Gerzema got 11 and eight, respectively, all in the second half. Moe Sathoff led the Indians with 15 points, while Dverg Krantz and Rod Hench got 11 each. The win was the seventh for the season and fourth in league play for Lakota. Lakota outscored Titonka slightly in each quarter to annex the win in the girls game. The winners led, 11-7, ^t-17 and 40-32 Tyke And Cedar Falls Oppose A.H.S. Dec. 28 Athletic Director Howie Stcp- honson of Algona high school announced, completion of plans for the school's annual Holiday Sports Night, which will be held in the school gym Wednesday night, Dec. 28. A wrestling meet and basketoall game will again be featured'. Cedar Falls high school's wrestlers and Coach Champ Martin's Bulldogs will open the night's festivities with a varsity duel meet at 7 p.m. Cedar Falls, which downed the locals in the same event a year ago, 29-20 is coached by a former Algona wrestler, Keith Young, who later gained national recognition as a champion grappler at Iowa State Teachers. The, basketball game at 8:30, will find Coach Stephenson's team meeting one of the finest teams in this an.u, Titonka. The Indians are a big, rugged outfit with only one loss so far this Reason who will give the Bulldogs all they want in the way of competition. Tickets for the Holiday Sports Night will go on sale this week In previous years, attendance ai the event has been very good. A huge hydro-electric project long planned for northern British Columbia will soon get underway. Announcement has been made that a dam in the Peace River Canyon will cost between $400 million and $600 million. Preliminary surveys already have cost over $8 million. A lake nearly 300 miles long will be created. Plastics resins sold in 1957 reached a total of 3,991,000,000 pounds, compared to 3,604,660,000 pounds the year before. It was the seventh consecutive year the fast-growing plastics industry had chalked up a gain. "Conspiracy Of Hearts" — Thursday Merchants Free Show 1:00-2:55-4:50-7:15-9:38. "Four Fast Guns" "The 3rd Voice" Friday thru Saturday — "Four Fast Guns", 7:50-a:45. "The 3rd Voice", 8:25. Saturday matinee at 2:00 — "Bells Are Ringing''. Sunday — 1:30-4:15-6:55-9:35. Monday thru Wednesday —- MOTOR REPAIRS / Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain We* Tork, N. T. (Spcclcl) — Pot the first time science has found a new henling substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual redaction (shrinkage) took place. Moat amazing of all-results were •o thorough that sufferer* made astonishing statements like "Pile* have ceased to be a problem I" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance Is now available In titppotitory or ointment form under the name Preparation //*. At all drug counters. Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors AvailabU For Emergency. Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Phone CY*4-4326 Algona, la For a glorious week-end in Minneapolis stay at the New M CONDITIONS* MO ROOMI WO SPARKUNe TM tATMl AUCTION will sell the following described personal property on my farm ocated 2 miles east of Whittemore on blacktop road and '/ 2 mile outh; or 7 miles west of Algona on blacktop road and Vi mile , on Wednesday, Dec. 21 ale starts promptly at 12:30 p.m. Murphy Lunch Wagon on grounds Farm Machinery ^e**&&?* ffrsss-asfrass^ Give Your Home That ] ii Festive Look . . . With j Beautiful Electric Lights This Christmas all over America, homes will be like young butterflies spreading their wings . . . unfolding a blaze of color and light. Outdoor decorations will range from large, electrically lighted displdysT*'o one small wreath on a door . . . but both are signs of neighborliness and hospitality at this Holiday Season. Let's All Join The Kiwanis Club's DECORATING CONTEST DRESS UP YOUR HOME 1951 Massey-Harris 44, new oversize pistons last year, fluid in tires. This tractor is in very good condition. 1953 Allis Chalmers WD 45. live power, new rear tires. Vl-M 4 row mounted corn planter; 1959 model; fertilizer attachments and 160 rods of new wire. Wire has never been used. 1 row Massey Harris cultivator 2ase A-6 Combine, good condition Kelly Ryan 40 ft. elevator Elevator wagon hoist and speed jack New Idea 7 ft. trailer type power mower John Deere side rake i- i t 3-16 in. Oliver Raydex plow, on rubber, good condition 2-16 in. McCormick Peering slat bottom plow '' 12 ft. Allis Chalmers mounted spring tooth . 15 ft. John Deere disc IS ft. Roderick Lean disc 12 ft land roller 2 4-section drags No. 200 McCormick tractor manure spreader Humboldt manure loader with snow scoop New John Deere 953 farm trailer, good rubber John Deere wood flare box 4 wheel trailer with bale rack Flare box Steel running gear I.H.C. endgate seeder Clipper, fanning mill, complete with sieves Dump rake Miscellaneous * * -J \ • ? "t.. »«•• t ~ . r v • 500 gal. tank on farm trailer |et of, tractor wheel weights 2 lets tractor chains 2 steel water tanks with hog waterers Steel hog feeder; feed bunk; 1,000 lb. scale; drill press; egg washer; air Compressor; many other items too numerous to mention. 3.QQ Bales Alfalfa Hay Terms: Cosh or see ygitr fco.nker. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible ror accidents, should any occur. . FRED KOLLASCH Quinn & Yungeberg, Auctioneers Farmers State Sank, Whittemore, Clerk The decorating contest being sponsored by the Algona Kiwanis Club is a contest to make Algona beautiful for all to enjoy. The only requirement is that you leave the decorations up until after New Yeqrs. Let's all cooperate . . . you may win $25.00, $15.00 or $10.00 in prizes. Lights are, of course, the most exciting and festive'way to dress up your home's exterior. But, there is virtually no end to the many ways you can decorate if you let your imagination go to Consider talking to your neighbors this year about having a coordinated display. It's a good "excuse" for getting to know your neighbors better . . . and can make yours a neighborhood the whole town will be proud to show off. LIVE BETTER EIECVRJCAUY Algona Municipal Utility 4»^^

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