The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1959 · Page 10
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4~A1g6no (la.) tlpp«r t>«* Moinat Thursday, July 30, 19S9 Cards, Indians, And Saints &\s. Are Little Loop Champions Chtoie Simpson and. Mrs Lou Simpson. The response to the Salvation Army's letter o-f appeal to date is very. encouraging and the returns ape good, according to Mrs Edna Flom, local chairman. •Frank Spangler of Faribault, Minn, spent several days over the weekend at the home of his brother-itvlaw, August Carman and family. Big Western Trip As 8fh Grade Graduation Gm broadside, Pulls Algona's three little leagues, made up of 19 teams and about 280 boys 7 to 14 years old, wound up eight weeks of .play during *he weekend. The Cards annexed the title in the National League, the Indians in the American loop and the Saints in the International League. All races were nip-and-tuck right down to the wire. Final standings: National W L Cards 8 4 Giants _— 7 5 Pirates <J 6 Braves 5 7 Cubs _. .f. 4 8 American W L Indians .-- 8 1 Red Sox ^.. 7 2 Athletics 6 3 Yanks 4. '5 Orioles 3 6 White Sox 2 7 Tigers 1 8 International W L Saints - 7 2 Chiefs 6 3 Millers -— 5 4 Soos _ 5 • 4 Royals 4 5 Bees 2 7 •Bears 2 7 Here arc results of games played during the week: National Cards 6, Giants 2 Braves 3, Pirates 2 • Cards 9, Cubs 6 Braves 4, Giants 3 American , Yanks 10, White Sox 5 Athletics 11, Indians 4 Indians 11, Yanks.5 International Chiefs 6, Saints 4 •••.•-Millers 13, Bears 4 It was the third year of little league baseball here and was enthusiastically supported by many parents and fans from the city and surrounding areas. The program was again sponsored by the Algona playground commission with George-Duvall in charge o the leagues. S KOSSUn/ COUNTY PORTS Whittemore Upset, Still Tops Loop Bowling Alley Opens Titonka's new bowling alleys Tyke .Lanes, opened last evening Walker McDonald, owner, said the new lanes were pushed to completion to be open in time for. Indian Day at Titonka, which was yesterday. He plans a formal opening a little later. Hardly Any Moisture Here During Week Although the'weather forecast frequently was for rain the past seven days, except for .14 Saturday and a trace Sunday, moisture was scarce. Official high temperature up to Wednesday noon was 86,,but there were those-who felt the weather seemed much hotter than that. Weatherman Wayne Johnson recorded these readings at the Algona Airport: H L R July 15 86 . 59 July 16_— 82 56 'July 17 -82 67 July 18-— 82 58 .14 July 19 82 54 trace July 20 — -85 53 July 21— 86 64 The Kossuth County Baseball League race tightened Sunday as two of the top teams dropped close decisions. WhiUemore'n league-leaders fell, 13-12, at,Ayrshire while Humboldt tapped West Bend by an unreported total. Mallard downed .Algona, 6-0, and St. Joe upset Lone Rock, 8-3, in other loop games. Lone Rock will travel to Mallard; Ayrshire will go to West Bend; Whitlemore to Humboldt; and St. Joe to Algona for loop games this Sunday. Standings W L Whittemore 8 2 Humboldt 7 3 West Bend 6 3 Lone Rock 6 "4 Mallard 5 •••• 4 Ayrshire 5 5 St. Joe 2 8 Algona -- 0 ., 10 Pour County League-teams are slated to meet for .a pair of seven inning games during "the county fair. Whittemore will tangle witr Lone Rock at 2 p.m. Thursday Aug. 20, and St. Joe will meet Algona the following day, Friday Aug. 21, also at 2 p.m., .oil the fairgrounds diamond. The..gameE are not. regular loop contests anc will not figure in the champion ship. They are scheduled as i special afternoon attraction fo fair-goers who would like to se some classy baseball. Fair Secretary Lou Nitchals and, Don Smith, Jr., who is in charge of the event, worked out details for the games Monday. Whittemore was out-hit, 12-10, by Ayrshire at Ayrshire and lost half of its two-game lead over defending champion H u m'b o 1 d t. West Bend, only a half-game off the pace a week before,--is now IM- frays 'back after the loss to Humboldt by an unknown margin. The score was not turned in to league secretary Erlch...Seege- barth Monday afternoon. Box score: Algona (0) AB R H Andreason 402 E. Rahe 4 00 B. Rahe 4 0 1 Johnson 402 Long 400 Grill 401 Christoffers 3 0 0 Hood 300 Woise 300 33 0 6 Mallard (6) AB R H Compton _ 402 Cole 400 Blake 4 1 1 Nystrom 5 1 2 Keerbs -. -- 3 1 0 Stafford 3 0 0 Laws 3 1 0 Fain _.,. 4 1 2 Baumunk 4 1 1 Linda Newbrough, Carol and Janice Leek and Judy Seaberg are spending a week at the Evangelical Free church camp at Clear Lake. The Dennis and Kenneth Haverlys, Franklin Bodes and Roy Kdllaschs joined other relatives for a picnic at Fairmont Sunday. Mr and Mrs Grover Foote and son Gary of Rosella Park, New Jersey came Thursday for a visit in the parental, Carl Freeh-lien home. Mr and Mrs Harry, Camp and children, Gordon and, Wendy of Bethesda, Maryland were overnight guests of Mrs Hazel Gerdes. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton took their niece,' Diane TTtiSsen, to her parental Ed Thisseh?home in Waterloo Sunday. A group of C.D.A. members attended Founders Day Banquet at Ames Sunday. They were Pauline Pfeffer, Mary Bode, Maud Studer, Clara Erdman, Errna Kunz, Josie Lickteig, Viola Loebig, Mildred • Arndorfer, Marie Thill, Marie Doughan, Lucille Nelson, Rita Youngwirth, Sara Raney, Hazel' Studer and Cecelia Priest, the latter of Cotwith. W.S.C.S. of the Evangelical Free 'Church met Wednesday, July 29. Hostesses were Mis Bancroft Boy Fractures Arm Bancroft — David Yackel, 6- old son of Mr and Mrs Floyd Yackel, fell from a load of baled straw Friday, fracturing his right arm. He was taken to Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mr and 'Mrs Joseph Kemna have started the building of their new home. Joseph Kemna speni Wednesday in Des Moines with his father, a patient of Veteran's hospital. Banns of marriage were published for the first time Sunday between Arthur Haag, son of Mr and Mrs Cyril Haag, Ledyard, and Mildred Heiar, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clem Heiar, Bancroft. . • Louis Connelly, New York, came Tuesday for a 10 day visit with his mother, Mrs Bess Connelly. , Father John Coady left this week for New York where he will finish his schooling. Father Coady has been assisting for Father Waite who has been on a three week vacation. Mark Berattger, son of Mr- and Mrs Charles Beringer of Algona, received an Unusual eignth grade graduation present frorrr ' "hi& grandfather, E, C. Hullermari df Perry. The latter tciok nSs grandson an a recently completed trip to California and the Pacific Northwest. Mr Hullerman is a retired Milwaukee Road engineer. They left Perry on June 8, stopped at Las Vegas, Boiildef; Dam, then to Los Angeles, Sari Diego and the Long Beach area. Visits were made to Disneyland, Marineland, the San Diego Zoo and harbor tour. Deep sea fishing was also on the agenda, and Mark's uncle won the $30 jackpot for catching the lafges' fish. A major league baseball game was also enjoyed at L.A\and then a train ride to San Francisco where they saw the sights, be fore going 1 on to Portland, Seattle and Victoria, B; C. They visited a number of relatives =on ther leisurely journey. Mark,- who has a hobby o studying and collecting varipu rocks and minerals, had a fiek day on the trip and returnee with a number of ; new, rare specimens whiqh he purchased or found. When they returned to Perry, Mark's father had driven down from Algona, and his mother, who is attending summer school at Drake, drove up, and a reunion took place. Mark will enter Ga'rrigan high this fall as a freshman, now and with several thousand miles of educational travel tucked under lis belt, thanks to his grand- ather's thoughtful present. PENTON 4th son Splitting ft Itaiph C-tttng ' of Cascade recently caught -a ,ohanri<S. catfish that weighed 9 ptmhds and was 28 inches long., ' 4ih fcifihday Patly In honor of Alari Thilges' birthday Tuesday, Jifly 21, of Mr and Mrs Clarence Afternoon guests were Mrs Grace Anderson, Livermore, and Mrs Albert 'Metier, Lbne ; Rock. Evening guests were Mr and Mrs Wilbur Boeckholt and Diane or Burt, Mr and Mrs Duane Metzgar and Conley and Darwin of- Burt and Mr and Mrs Albert Metzger of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Clarence Thilges and Alan were Saturday night supper guests at Mrs Harold Steward home at Burt. Sunday dinner guests at Clarence Thilges' home w.ere Mrs Harold Steward and Beh Leeck of Bunt. , Mr and Mrs Larry Gade had as guests in their home Mr, arid-Mrs Lester Gade and family who had been visiting relatives in California, the past week. A, group got together and had a picmq supper at the EmiL Bierstedt home pri Friday night. They also visited relatives in Algona and left on Saturday for their home in Chicago. • BOATS Robert Pulis, formerly of Iowa Falls escaped serious injury when a speed boat struck ..-Jus canoe Jack Kkig of Spencer received a heavy laceration and a concussion recently when'the shaft of a post hole digger struck him on the head. For glorious burgers New A.S.C. Officers Named Here 34 Wesleyans Back From Extensive Michigan Trip Wesley — Mrs Donnelle Devereaux, Diane and Jackie, Mrs Paul Erdman and Mrs Pete Robinson of Corwith returned July 22 from a trip to Michigan where they visited relatives several weeks. • ' •- '.*.>*' . Crossing Lake Michigan on tin Clipper, they passed Queen Eliza beth's yacht and their 17 boai convoy. They went to Greenfield Village, the 200 acre, million dollar estate built by the late Henry Ford, which includes Henry Ford's birthplace, Menlo Park Luther Burbank's birthplace rlh Monday anernoon. Steven Foster's, Wright Brother' St. Joe slapped out 11 hits on homes and many more These way to a win over Lone Rock] were moved by Henry Ford to Lone Rock. The losers' golf GreenfteldV.na^ including all . Spoon it! Into hot foods Heat it! for cheese sauw Spread it! for snacks amazing pasteurized process cheese spread for dozens of fosf cheese freafo of YOUR Choice St. Thomas Episcopal First Presbyterian First Methodist Regular Baptist Seventh Day Adventist ,'"'. Trinity Lutheran Congregational St. Cecelia's First Baptist Church of Nazarene First Lutheran This Me'ssage Sponsored By M U S I C L A N D seven blows off winner Me % yers, while Bellinger took the loss. Ken Baumunk hurled " a six- hitter as 'Mallard got paslf Algona. The losers managed only two threats all afternoon. Mallard, meanwhile got three runs in the second frame and added two in the fifth and one in the sixth to suit the game away. Andreasen and Johnson-each got two hits for Algona, while Compton, Nystrom and Fain each got a pair for the winners, who up during recent have moved weeks. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND HECOHD OF FILING ' . County Assessor Estimate NOTICE—The County Conference Board of Kossuth County. Iowa, will meet August 10th. 1959, at 2:00 P.M., at Court House. Algona, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the. following estimate of expenditures lor the fiscal year beginning January 1/1960. clerk County Conference Board ( FUNDS , 1 » sC in w £ U.&*"» u o »*< '8 • 3t- -M in •32 5l4 o.« X 1> \3> o **« o Sin 5 v- p.n WS" o •oil} SI'O'^ c &&I C X to Q.WW •O SH§ Is! Assessment Expense - 11,419 ''39.830 35.992 41.500 3.500 TOTALS ............. - H.419 30,830 35.992 41,500 3,500 the furniture. The_V.F.W. National Home in Eaton 'Rapids was also visited. Mrs Chloie Simpson and her housegucst, Mrs Grace Martin spent the weekend with the latter's son, Don -Martin, and family at Canton, S. D. Everett Ackerson is on vacation this week. •Mr and "Mrs Bill StuiSer and family of Clarion visited his mother, Mrs Viola Studer and other relatives here Sunday. L. H. Kleinpeter spent the weekend with his wife and then grandchildren, Wayne and Lynn who are vacationing at Lake Okoboji. Ellen Root, older daughter o Mr and Mrs L. T. Root, will begii her duties as medical Technolo gist in Park Hospital, Maso City, August 3. The American Legion Auxiliar will meet August 6. Mrs R. E. Newbrough anc daughters and their housegues David Snook of Milwaukee, re turned Saturday, well-tanne from a week's outing at Clea Lake. Mrs Dick Newbrough anc 38,ooo | children of Britt vacationed with tne Wesleyans. Audrey Haverly, daughter of •ft IT'S NOT QUITE THAT LATE... BUT, IT IS TIME TO CONSIDER FALL 38,000 "'"Taxable Valuation subject to County Assessor levy for year 1958. $65,407,254. Mr and Mrs Henry Haverly, left _ • Sunrlav hv nlane for Menlo Park. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD' OF FILING County E»tlmale , Sunday by plane for Menlo Park, Calif., to visit her sister, Dorothy County Auditor ' 6 ' k TUWDS ' v ' v , o c3 tn f!.| o h .. V) Of, *;m ?% |S : «4r . W>1 t» O f>4 Ul || S'i, C.C5 x t- o 1/1 <n •alb fc-HS £S| IM 1 *"^ •0*4 £ * _Q " "8*"' %** n £j 3 J-i i 2 .5 S« 35S 85? Ceperal _____________ ,- 65,380 Cpjyrt Expense ...... — W.407 Poor - __ ,--, ___ ---- 39,736 State Institution ...... 31.793 County JMeuUil Health 22,653 County Sehopl ........ 1,030 Soldiers' Belief ...... 4.877 Bovine Tuberculosis .. Fairgrounds & 4-H 379 t HOHS.B Bonds Int. ....... ......... 119.515 ,. ---- 34,141 160,170 12,692 130,062 99,452 '13,071 43,940 8.430 1,365 7,400. HOh 180,553 205,000 45,000 15,000 13,093 ' 16,500 -1.000 134,000 35,00(1 130,000 ,30,000 14jpOO 14,000, 125,714, " 83,271 }2,445 17,965 7,163 23,473 7,7,01 4,000 4,000 '31,320 30,705 19,000 10,000 7,500 115,000 115.000 3-1,000 ' 34,000 6,3(>8 7.500 ___ ....... 2,613 .Eradication .-„. 12.5W ,8.102 1,803 U0.3W 3,863 12,000 15,000 6,000 ^.f) 1 , 105.8§3 1,100.007 1,207,755 1,206,000 70,000 536,000 •"• --••-- (31749) 16,433 7.181 J7.950 25,000 10,000 490.262' 1.622,953 1,799,519 1,959,692 367,000 555,000 1.034,500 Y,al. i§5,i07.25J- CiUes; 8£Q; brought home Monday from the Britt hospital where the baiby was born July 23. The Lawrence and Bill Koppens, Will Hauptlys, Katherine, Ann and Ernest Hauptly attended, an Orthel family reunion Sunday at Crystal Lake. The Frank Bleichs, Wall Haup- tlys, accompained by Mr and Mrs Frank Bentele of Swea City attended the funeral of their uncle Charles Aman of- Mason City, Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Frank Bentele and . Mr and Mrs Will' Hauptly were 15.000 Saturday night guests in the Buc ,„««, i Kutchm . a home at Bode .- The Wesley Farm Bureau held their annual picnic in the city park Sunday. The Leo Fullers and Alber Dirkscns of Albert Lea joinec the John Muehes, Urban Lick teigs and Kenneth Forburger for a 'Muehe family reunioi Sunday in the City park. 'Mr '.'.. and Mrs Jim French o Colman, So, Dak. called on Mi Viola Studer Monday. They als tailed on Mrs Jennie Luken a 145.000 12,500 09.000 96,000 . 10,000 7,500 7,500 12.000 15,000 600.000 15,pOO AUuna. YOU'LL FIND THEM AT BJUSTROM'S. e COTS • STUDIO BEDS « HIDE-A-BEDS BEDROOM SUITES - AS LOW AS 3 & 4 Piece Suites HOLLYWOOD BEDS 3/3 Size CONSISTS OF Headboard and undercarriage, box spring and inner-spring mattress. TRUNDLE BEDS Values to $139.95 WITH Two Springs., Twa Mattresses/ Black Wrought Iron Frame. BUNK BEDS $129;95 Values COMPLETE WITH Two Beds, Two Inner Spiring Mattresses, ladder and Rail in Maple, $ 89

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