The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE Lakota Star Tallies In State tourney Contest LAKOTA LOSES BUT HAPPY; LIVERMORE NOW IN A DITHER The Livermore basketball team is in the state boys' finals this week, and Lakota, Kossuth's championship girls team, was eliminated from the state girls' . tourney, last week, after winning its first game. Tiic Lakola team defeated Braddyvillo, 27 to 25. and fell before New Providence, 32 to 29. Tho New Providence team went on into the finals, then lost. Basketball was the main topic of I'onvorsalion in Lakota, last week, and more than 200 fans from Unit area went to DCS Moines to support their team. Girls Home Sunday Uutl Paulson drove the Lakota school bus to Des Moines. Sunday, and brought the team home after a two-day sightseeing trip. But with the excitement calming down at Lakota. the Livermore area is just getting a good start toward equal furore. Livcrmorc won the right to enter the stale meet by downing •Pomeroy at Le Mars,' 30 to 25. Tho record of the north Humboldt county team thus becomes 31 wins and two defeats this season, and also the number of tournament in which Livcrmorc has played, since 1939, to 28. Livermore Closes Up Two chartered busses from the Alt'ona bus line, a truck and innumerable cars accompanied the team to Le Mars, Friday night and will probably go to Des Moines. this week. Business places locked up for the district tourney. The 1940 Livermore team claims no single outstanding player but a balanced team that carries with it the best wishes of tins entire area. AROUND IOWA Meteor Found. A .streak.of. light coming dowh from the sky was seen by three employees of the Farmers Elevator at Scrantoh. They reported that the light appeared to hit the group and then bounce. Upon investigation it was found that a meteor which had completed burning before hitting the ground was cause of the phenomenon. All that was visible were 13 small round spots of burned grass with light, white, ash in the middle. Long: time. A letter written to Mrs. Sherman Wickre of Reinbeck advising that 'her husband had been hospitalized at Kremf, Austria, was received recently. The letter written on January 10, 1945, arrived n Reinbeck on February 25, 1946. Wickre, in the letter, had written about an operation on his hand necessitated by a machine gun fire wound. Four months after her husband's discharge, Mrs. Wickre •eceived the letter telling 'about .he operation. Brave Fishermen. ini"''^" ,-n-° ^'"l^rature reached nlu the GO's one day recently, six •nsnermcn started out to fish in the Mis.sissip.rw river Kay Murray of Lakota is shown above on a successful scoring attempt, last Wednesday, in the game in which Lakota -beat Braddyville, 27 to 25, in the first round of the girls' state meet. Lakota clearly outclassed Braddyville, tallying 13 field goals to the opponents eight. B. Olson and Murray led the scoring. In the 32 to 29-defeat by New Providence, Lakota tallied 13 baskets, the winners 15. Murray with 10 points led the Kossuth team's scoring. A late rally by the Lakota team didn't quite overcome the earlier New Providence lead. (Cut courtesy DCS Moines Register.) dam near McGregor. The fishermen, Wm. H. Schroeder, Frcrl J. Figgs, Dick Dvorak and Glen Oyloe, of Ossian, Earl Corlett of Castalia and Father Peters of McGregor, returned with 16 fish. The CO-clcgree temperature dropped some oven before the fishermen started out but that didn't keep them home and they experienced rain, sleet and snow but had an enjoyable day, All Medics. •Mrs. Margaret Throckmorton Jnow is upholding the tradition in he Throckmorton family of Charton, that there is a doctor in every generation. Mrs. Snow received he degree of doctor of medicine m February 22, at George Wash- ngton university, Washington, D. ~. She is the granddaughter of T. M. Throckmorton, M. D., and a niece of Drs. Tom B. and Lazear ""hrockmorton. Mrs. Snow's htis- and is, Lieut. L. B. Snow, M. D. Who Will Use II. A'bottle of cologne was awarded the Red Oak Chamber of Commerce as a prize at the annual fireman's ball recently. It hasn't been definitely reported who used it. but probably Miss Ruth Anne Wood, executive secretary was the final consumer. Rolls Away. Jim Klein, Masd'n City, driver for a Clear Lake bakery, reported to police the theft of his automobile. He lef.t it -parked in front of his home but on arising one morning recently, the car was nowhere in sight. After reporting the loss, Klein started on his regular route, stopping in Britt to obtain the engine number from the previous owner. The police discovered the car—in a neighbor's garage. The car had rolled downhill, narrowly missing a tree and came to a stop in the M. C. Turner garage nearly a block away. ingineeied atch Any «f i ' Hairline differences in cylinder wear put plenty of headache in ring replacement jobs. But Why Should You Worry? AMERICAN HAMMERED has hundreds of combinations . . . and A-H jobbers can supply the one right set of piston rings for any degree of wear, in any model, of any make of engine. AMERICAN HAMMERED piston rings are engineered specifically for the replacement field . . . FOR EVERY ENGINE CONDITION. Specialists who overhaul and rebuild engines rate AMERICAN HAMMERED the -ring leader" . . . they rely on A-H for rings in every size ... of every type ... for every purpose. There's no headache, no gamble . . . A-H sets match any job. When having your job done, insist on getting AMERICAN HAMMERED PISTON RINGS. THOMPSON Distributing Co. in t .1 * ^^& Not a Kitty. Donald Bcncdickson of Scarvillc struck a black animal with his car while driving at night. Since he did not notice the usual odor that comes from striking 'black animals at night, he investigated. Bendickson discovered that 'he had killed a black jack rabbit. The animal is a color phase of .the com - mon jack ra'bbit known as melanis. "•fetosstoidEasy Cajfch.-,.. f rT .^iK Ctiarles Mikesli Jr., Charles j Krivachek and their pot clog, "Major" recently caught a fox in the hiqkory grove on the Mikusli farm The boys were playing when Major found the 'fox and chased him to shelter in a tree. The boys threw sticks at the fox unt'il it fell out of the tree, and was caught by the 'boys. Handy to Have Around. Kenneth Larson, student at Iowa State college, Ames, discovered that his tuxedo was >nt his home in Harlan, as he prepared tu 'get ready for a party in Ames. He was an army air corps pilot in England during the war and made use of a red monaplane to fly to Harlan, get 'his lux and returned to Ames in time for the party. No "Nay". ' All 330 residents of South Fork township, Jackson county, who voted for erection of the Jackson County Memorial hospital, voted Yes". Tete des Morts township, in the same county, voted 161 "Noes" against one 'Yes'. Jinxed by "D". The Reinbeck 'high school basketball team, better known as the •Reinbeck Rams", have had a very successful season. However, it seems that teams from towns be- s'inning with the letter "D"—Dike, Dinsdale and Dysart, have prove.! LO be their downfall. All three teams have defeated the Rams in basketball games. Phone 121 Algona, Iowa 940 Double Celebration. Monday, February 18, was doubly important in Ohe Joseph Remko home in Ossian. It was the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Remke and also the wedding clay of their son, Edward Ramke. and Miss Stella Lansing. A double celebration was held in the afternoon at the Ossian opera house. Mrs. Anna Geling, mother of Mrs. Joseph 'Remke, was a guest at the event. She lhad also attended the wedding 50 years previously. Clean spring plowing, with all trash covered, is one of the most effective ways of controlling the European corn iborer. Good legume pasture is one of the best hog supplements available. Pasture cuts down the amount of grain and supplement needed to put on 100 pounds of pork. Clean pasture also is a disease control measure. Boiling lye water should be used to clean farrowing pens. The lye loosens the dirt, and the boiling water kills the worm eggs and disease organisms. OFFICE SUPPLIES: Sales books, assorted papers, rubber fta'mps, stapling machines, carbon papev, Xmas stationery. Stop in and look the supply over. They're hard to get, but we have a sunnly on hand. Algona Upper Des Moines, 9 No Dodge St. ', I •'••'' >: .. ''•',"• .''Vi-'-.i-.'' -'•'••• *!*•' '"' - -. ':..- : :-.?..:.: : .'•••-.- ;J: ..^:;:, /-• . •• • '.• '• • ..•',• -•' • . ' • < nr, .-if/. .«;»r.Tir;i4 USE COOLING TANK-ALL YEAR WHOLEMILK PRICE Whole milk 3% Butterifat at 58c .' , $1.74 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt 63 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk $2.37 Wholemilk 3.5% Butterfat at 58c....; ...... . $2.03 90 Ibs. Skim milk at 70c per cwt. .63 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk. .... Wholemilk 4% Bptterfat at 58c .$2.32 90 Ibs. Skim milkiat 70c per cwt. ... .63 • • " $2.66 Total Price for 100 Ibs. Wholemilk. . $2.95 CREAM PRICE Sweet Cream Butterfat ..;.$0.58 First Grade Butterfat .... 0,57 CASH PAID FOR CREAM Week Days 7:00 A. M.-6:00 P. M. Saturday 7:00 A. M,-9:OOP;M. F.O.B. ALGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY Distributors of Alco-Petroleum Products Ethyl Gas Veedol for Tractors Alco-Gas VeedolOil Alco-Tex, White Gas Alco-PennOil Non/Taxable Tractor Fuel AlcoOil Kerosene Alco Grease Distillate No. 1 Storage Tanks (500*300-100 gal.) Kelly-Springfield Tires and Tubes Globe Batteries Greasing and Washing Pistribytors of Feed and Salt : White Salt, 50 Ib, Block* White SaH Skim Milk and Buttermilk Powder Milk and Cream Cooling Tanks Milk and Cream Cam Algona Phone 400 Creamery Co. i. 4\

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