The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1960 · Page 17
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Four Area Backs Rank Near Top Four backs from this nrea finished well up in tho list of outs finding yardage-getters in the state during the recent football season according to statistics released Sunday. Bill Reed, Garrignn junior halfback, gained 1008 yards in 108 tries, an average-of 9.3 per trip to place fifth in rushing in larger schools and Oscar Proehlich, Garrigan's senior quarterback, hit 33 of 66 passes for 640 yards to rank fifteenth in that department of offense. Jim Cecil, junior fullback from' Armstrong, carried the ball 144 times .for 1198 yards, an 8.3 average that placed him. sixth and Terry Holm, Armstrong's senior halfback, gained 1016 yards in 100 tries, an average of 10.2 per carry, both in smaller school competition. Only five backs in the larger school category and 13 operating for smaller schools managed to rush for more than 1000 yards this year. Ledyard Girls Stay Unbeaten With 61-22 Win Ledyard's high flying girls basketball team remained unbeaten and on top of the State Line Conference standings by racing past Thompson, 61-22, at Thompson Dec. 6 ; Thompson camp back to. take the boys game, 45-36. A total of six Ledyard forwards got into- the scoring column in the easy win by the girls, who led, 12-4, 26-10 and 41-' 16 at the quarter breaks. Richter got 20 points, Carpenter 14, N. Herzogsll and B. Hcrzog 10 for the winners, while Pure led Thompson with nine. ,A final quarter rally gave Thompson the boys game. The home club ,was on .top, 11-9, at the end of the first period and led, 17-16, at haMimo and 20-28 at. the three-quarter mark. Olson got 18 points to load Thompson, while Ledyard's top scorer was Wallenfine with In. Ringsted Drops Pair Dec. 6 Gracttinger grabbed n pair of wins from Ringslcd al Graotting- er Doc. 6. The girls took the opener, 74-55, and the boys came through, 40-44, in a thriller. Grnetlinger built up a 59-38 lead at the three-quarter mark of the girls contest and won easily as Hcnningscn got 29 points, Kathman tf> and Hanson 20. Glasnapp topped,, Ringsted with 22. A lasthalf rally gave Graottin- ger the boys game. Ringstoc held the upper hand, 25-2i, at halftimc. Westfall topped Gract tinger with 16 points while Han sen pot 12 for Ringsted. STORAOF CABINETS, metal, "aft tipper bes Moines. Tuesday, Dee. 13, 1960 Alaono (la.) Upper Des Molnej-9 -i FREE: We'll furnish a miniature tcle- Vphone, symbolic of your gift, to put r'" under • the- GhristniM'1 ree«t»TJ«M -«*veill install the gift telephone when and where the recipient wants it * THIS CHRISTMAS STAR GIFT OF THE SEASON Extension telephone service is the gift that speaks your though fulness throughout the year. You can make it the merriest Christmas ever by giving extension phones in color. Three models to choose from: wall, desk and the lovely little Princess with the dial light. It's the ideal gift for any room in the home. Easy to order: Just call the telephone business office or ask any telephone employee. Easy to pay: The charges can be billed to ' you injnonthly., installments if you wish. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY Want Itojprevent. gas-li ne: freezo fil yo€irjcax'itliis*\viiiter? «Just : *goistoady •with STANDARD GASOLINES De-icer «..yours at cost in both Standard .Gasolines. 'll get protection against gas-line freeze all winter-long—fast starting. ,too~« you "Go steady "with Standard!** STANDARD DECEMBER MADNESS — I960 VERSION BEFORE CHRISTMAS AND ALL THROUGH For plans of White Christmas won't .,,,11 m ,„.,. hl . at , Well be ready for Christmas when that day is here We just hadn't realised the date was .-,, near. ''DECK THE HALLS WITH BOUGHS OF HOLLY" Were m a big mess, but we'll blamed v.,'1] | lc , j ol i v The wreaths, the lifihts and Santa's f, H m, x ' The creche and the Candles. — Ob, whm.'js that box' Our home is so filled with a number of ;]„„.« There s scarce room for decorations the holiday brings: * A -t * ' "JINGLE BELLS, JINGLE BELLS - ALL THE WAY". The door bell, the phone bell all .through the day Up Irom the basement to answer the phone I II jerk the thing out! It won't leave me alone Is your husband there? There's a job that won't wail" A phone call for Mary — a baby, sitting date. TANNENBAUM — OH CHRISTMAS TREE!" Choosing il used to be left up to me rher| were so many cries of "For gosh sakes, Mother, 1 hat one is awful! Go get another" The kids chose it this year — I simply guve up, I hope they can keep it away from the pup! So gel out the. tinsel, test out tho lighting, And, kids, try to trim il without any fishting. 'WE THREE KINGS OF ORIENT ARE!" We're making cookies shaped like a star. The girls stir 'em and roll them and sprinkle with spice, By themselves, nowadays and the cookies are nice. (How quickly they grow up! It seems yesterday, They slood on chairs "helping" and got in my way.) 4 1 % ifr :f. 'HARK THE HERALD ANGEL SINGS" How lovely the music the glad season brings! Ac school and church program, each girl and each boy, Gives voice to the spirit of true yuletide joy. There's nudging and shoving 'neath surplices of while, And backstage, there's giggljng and many a fight. * * * * "UP ON THE HOUSETOP, REINDER PAUSE" We're filling the pack for old Santa Claus. The jolly Old Gent's but a legend we know, He couldn't be real, il would cosl loo much dough! Our kids have such big want lists it's not even funny, But we'd buy it all for them, if we just had Ihe money. We slopped long ago gifts lo aunts, uncles and cousins, There's too many relatives — we have several dozens. * * # * "RUDOLPH, THE REINDER WITH FAMOUS RED NOSE" (There's colds going 'round — he must've had one of those.) Mary Ann's been home five days ill with the flu, Jean broke her glasses; Bill's sniffling, too. Visions of sugarplums in my poor aching head? There would be if only I could just gel lo bed! * * •. * * . DREAM OF WHITE CHRISTMAS, EACH CARD I WRITE" These lelters will take me most all of the night. 'Wh'ere, Oh, where, is my address list? (Kids, from thai fighting, cease and desist!) "We wish you'God's blessing, health, peace and fun—" * * * * "JOY TO THE WORLD!" ' The lasl one is done. When tomorrow's mail gets here, I have no doubt, There'll be cards from people whose names I've left but. I simply love-Christmas, but J lell you, my dear, We're going lo keep it much simpler next year. "IT CAME UPON A MIDNIGHT CLEAR" The story is old, familiar and dear. A manger, a Molher. A Baby's first cry, A star and a heavenly message, while I, Am so much involved in the linsel and trappings, I'm in danger of missing The Gift for the wrappings. * * * * BUT COME, "HOLY NIGHT", AND AT LAST, "ALL IS CALM" The spirit of peace descends like a balm. Ring out Ihe tidings — the Dear Saviour's Birth — Jesus has come to the people of earth! We pause, and we ponder, and breathe a deep prayer, That peace will come soon to those everywhere. * «• * * / "SING NOEL, SING NOEL, SING NOEL!" THIS SEASON, In spite of the rush, we have ample reason, To wish for you joy that the holiday brings, And for Ihe new year ahead, all good, happy Ibings! * * * * WITH ALL THE FUSS .BEING made about meatless mince meat, Ajm Clark thought I should have a recipe for the real old fashioned kind to share with you. She found this in the cookbook of her late mother, Mrs Bianca Stebrilz and it came originally from Mrs S. E. McMaho-n. 3 pounds cooked lean beef, chopped fine 1 M; pounds suel, chopped fine 3 quarts apples chopped coarsely 1 quart raisins 2 cups currants \'.\ pound citron, chopped fine 1 cup candied orange and lemon rind, chopped 1 teaspoon each, clove, allspice, cinnamon and nutmeg Juice of 2 oranges Juice of 2 lemons 1 cup molasses 1 cup sherry .3 cups brandy 1 cup cider 3 cups sugar Mix all dry ingredients with the liquids and pack in stone jar or crock. Let stand several days before' making into pies. It will keep indefinitely. —GRACE. of simulated combat conditions. A tracked-vehielc mechanic in the company in Bnumholder, Specialist Wingort entered the Army in December 1058, completed basic 1 raining at Port Carson, Colo., and arrived overseas in June 1959. The '20-year-oTcl soldier is a 1957 graduate ot S1'. Lawrence High School in Ml. Calvary, Wis. INJURED Gerald West of near Van Weil suffered a severe accident ]<.•- cently when he became entangled in a corn picker. West had just finished picking a load of corn before going to lunch and reached down lo remove a corn stalk from the gear box when his glove became caught taking off Ihe four fingers on his right hand. GRANDPARENTS Gary Richardson, 3 month? old. of Swea City has lots of grandparents. At a family gathering at his parents' home recently, all len of his grandparents were present. FARMERS! Have you ordered your AGRICULTURAL LIMESTONE yet for that field you wilt be seeding next spring? Ames says that the best results, LIMESTONE should be applied 4 to 5 months before seeding. We have a large fleet of new spreaders, spreading high-testing LIMESTONE at moderate prices. At this time of year the fields are dry and hard and our spreaders can do their most efficient work. See your local ASC office or Call us for Immediate Service FT. DODGE LIMESTONE CO. HUMBOLDT PHONE 98 FT. DODGE PHONE 4-0711 (48-4) Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper n Christmas appliances ,,*—" •t-WVv < **«y v «"; Gas Dryer Ask almost any housewife who owns a gas dryer and she'll tell you it is her most valued appliance. Particularly in the winter months when cold, snowy days make washing a drudgery without one . . .we have several fine models on the floor that will make this a Christmas to remember for most any housewife; GASLIGHT More and more Algona homes are being i given that distinctive touch with a "Gaslight" outdoor light. If you take extreme pride in your home . . . if you enjoy outdoor picnics and bar-b-ques ... If you have wanted an economical outdoor light that costs only a few pennies per day to operate, then give her a "Gaslight" this Christmas. ;o re- a\ace STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS HOPKINS SUPER SERVICE CY 44372 Slat* ft Jonti Johnnies 48-33 Winner Over Woden-C. Lake ,St. John's of Bancroft posted an easy 48-33 win over Woden- Crystal Lake Dec. 6 at Crystal Lake. The Johnnies led all the way. Coach Vince Meyer's outfit led, 11-7 at the end of the first period, 26-11 at the half and 3520 at the three-quarter mark as seven players got into the scoring column. Don Smith led the Johnnies with 12 points,' followed by Fox with 11. Garry got eight. Devine got 11 to lead Woden-Crystal Lake. St. John's raced to a 43-11 win in the Fresh-Soph game as Rahe got 18 points, Vaske 11 and Lampe 10., in tor NOTES OF SERVICE MEN BAUMHOLDER, GERMANY (AHTNC) — Army Specialist Four Monte W. Wingert, son of Mr and Mrs Clare E. Wingert, LuVerne, Iowa, recently participated with other personnel from Headquarters Company of the 8th Infantry Division's 68th Armor in annual Army training tests m Germany. The annual tests, designed to evaluate the efficiency of tactical units, tested the company's proficiency under various kinds iX' A Wonderful World of Gas Appliances at... North Central Public Service —Or Your Local Appliance Dealer— CY 4-2184 Algona

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