The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1959 · Page 8
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(to.) Upper DM Mdtfttl Thursday, S*pf, If, 1959 Bullpups Register Win Rich HutchittS, ! one of Algona's mainstays in the Fresh-Soph 25-19 win over Estherville at the fairgrounds Monday night, is shown above as he scampeied for a long gain. The Bullpups never trailed as two touchdowns each by halfback Bob Parrish and end Chuck Streit accounted for 24 points in the game. The teams were deadlocked, 19-19, when a pass interception by Algona's Jerry Parsons set up a pass to Streit for the winning edge. The-local Fresh-Sophs travel to Clear Lake for their-second contest next Monday night, Sept. 28. (Dusty Isaacson Photo — UDM Engraving), AI0onn Uppar De» Motn»i FARM SALE CALENDAR Complete farm sale advertising ^ervice at the Algona Upper Dej Vloines, including advertising (ills, radio-spots if desired, and ree auction listing. If bad weath- r forces sale postponement, your J re-run without charge for new .ale date under our original weather insurance" guarantee, See us for early sale dates. Farm sale season in again ap- jroaching, and two sales dates lave now been announced as folows: Sept. 21, Monday — Dairy herd dispersal, 60 head Holsteins and equipment. Orville Thompson, Vfe miles west, of Britt. Details n U'DM today. Oci. 1 and 1, Thursday and Friday — Loren Brown Estate sale, airy cattle and machinery. Sale at farm, one south and % west /f Algona from highway 169, Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers, Sale details next week. Algona Upper Des Moines farm sale advertising reaches more farm homes each Issue thart any other advertising medium; sale date listings are free — when you pick ; yoUf • date, le\ us know. Farm House Is Gutted; Family Saves Nothing Mr and Mrs Irvin Eischen, St. Benedict, lost all their possessions Thursday afternoon, Sept. 10, whon their farm home was gutted by fire., Even though they were left with only the clothes on their •backs, they consider themselves lucky. The fire occurred when nobody was sleeping and none of their seven children, ranging from 8,months to 12 years, were in the iiouse at the time. The farm is owned .by Mike McEnroe and is located six miles easf and. five south of Algona. Phil Arndorfer, working on the farm, discovered the blaze on'a south porch. It was only a matter- of minutes until -the whole house was blazing. Mys Eischen had taken the younger children with her to St; Benedict to;get the other children at school,'and arrived at the farm to find the • house enveloped in flames. • Fire departments from Algona and t LuVerne were called, but it was already too late to save the house.--No other buildings or livestock were affected by the tire. The Eischens had just-filled their deep-freeze with'meat for the winter. The 'freezer-; blew up in the fir-e. They lost al] their household goods, linens', baby pictures and records. However, St. Benedict and Algona residents responded quickly and generously. By Friday night, clothing enough for the whole family had been collected including 20 dozen diapers for the baby. A good stove was given to the 'Eischens and-other gifts are still pouring in. Plans to rebuild are as .yet indefinite. Meanwhile • the family is living with relatives. Tola loss is not known.> Woman's Club to Have First Meeti ng Monday Algona. Federated Woman' Club will have its first ^meeting pf' the club year .'Sept. ( 21', at .7.^3.0 p.m. in the FaiTn iBureau mdeting room. ''.'',. . . "' "-""' Theme for the ^ year is "Hori zons". The , year's,••program ha been planned by th^e committee Mrs Elizabeth Schenck, Mr George Wolfe and Clara Amesbury. ' , " ; " > Dr, Daniel Bray,.will.be .the speaker' and Mrs \Glen Graham vri\\ sing at the ppening meeting. Gets 7 Years On Check Count A transiferit who falsely utterf ed and drfew * ehfcck $>f $50 at a local firm Several '* tfjowhs ago, George Heid, was sentenced to seven years atiAnamosa thtewebk by Judge CJ, »W. Stlllman after entering a guilty plea at Poca- hortlas. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst returned Heid to Algofta from Fargo, N. D. a short lifne ago and the court appointed L. W. Nilchals to represent him. He-has served terms previously when found guilty of eheck charges. The $50 check was passed by the man at Bradley Bros, here. Licenses To Wed Three wedding licenses wore issued during the week by County .Clerk Alma Pearson. They went to the following couples: Sept. 10 — James Fritz, Wesley, and Mary Palmer, Algona. Sept," 12 — -John Barklow and Alice Latourelle,. Kasota, Minn.; and-August Beck, Swea City, and Bernadine Robertson, Des Moines. Wychor iPrbrVioted Glen,LaPard, Vice President of Muskegon Broadcasting Co., operators of. Radio Station WTRU' in Muskegon, Mich., today announced the appointment of James T. Wychor as Station Manager". , Mr Wychor will assume his new duties October 3rd, replacing Kenneth R, Chapin, resigned. 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