The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 10, 1946 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 10, 1946
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', -BE&16,1848 .dii BULLDOG CAGERS WINHRSTTWO BASKET BATTLES Friday night two und'efnted basketball teams will clash in the Algona high,gym, bringing together .the -current Bulldog H quint against Clear Lake, rated as one of the North Central Conference's strongest teams. Coach Gene Hertz got away to n flyii.g ttart, last v/eek, by Winning al four games, both first and second team games against Enimetsburg and the same against Clarion last Friday night in a conference battle. ' Algona's first team aowned Emmetsburg here last Tuesday, 27 to 21, and took Clarion, 32 to 26. The won both its games, also. Howie Stephenson was outstanding against Clarion, scoring 13 points from his guard posi- •tion. Crapser with nine also led the offense. < Algona did everything well except hit the basket, blowing at , least a dozen set-up shots. V Douglas and Skogslrum, -two preserve forwards, played a very Icapable game as repk oments, "but. Douglas suffered a severly fsprained ankle in the process. Algona led at the half, 16 to Clarion Box Score Algona (32) FG FT PF Skilling __. 203 Dutton _._\ _ 112 Crapser „.. 17-3 Waldron _. 00 5 Stephenson _• 5 3 2 Douglas 100 Skogstrum 111 OhriE'tensen . 0 0 0 ^Lauritzen. ., .,_ 000 Cplburn - 000 I Ziegler ..1 00 0 10 12 16 Clarion (26) FG FT PF Birdsall __________ 2 1 3 Freese ....... ____ 021 Summers ________ 414 Burt _____________ 1 l 2 Kastler __ ________ 102 Gronwall __ ...... ., 1 33 8 8 15 The rest of the season follows: 18 Regular Games: Other scheduled games: Dec. 13 — Clear Lake, acre. Dec. 20 — Eagle Grove, here. Dec. 21— Webster City, here. Jan. 3 — Hampton, there. Jan. 7 — Swea City, here. Jan. 10— 'Humboldt, there. Jan. 17 — Iowa Falls, here. Jan. 18— Webster City, there. Jan. 24— Swea City, there. Jan. 3\3, Jan. 31, Feb. 1— County tournament. Feb. 7— Clear Lake, there. Feb. . 8— Clarion, here.- Feb. 11 — Emmetsburg, there. Feb. 14— Eagle Grove, there. Feb.- 18— -Hampton, here. •Feb., 21— Humboldt, here. • • Bill Algona Man Spent In Frisco f urn§ Up Locally S VFefciw 27, Feb; 28, March Sectional tourney." ' ^ > There are also several open dates which may be filled as the season progresses. Algonans Attend Rites For Relatives Mrs. Edna 'Smith, Mr. and . Mrs. Paul Black, - Mrs. J. M. '.Black and son Hugh went to I Fredericksburg last Monday to attend the joint, funeral services . for Mrs. Orson Hunt, 40, and her sister, Constance Richardson, 42. The women are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Richardson, Mr. Richardson being a cousin of /Mrs. Smith and the late J. M. •Black. The sisters died 75 minutes apart Friday, Nov. 29, a^ the home of their parents. Mrs. Hunt-had been dismissed from a hospital, (following major surgery. She died at 11:30, Miss Richardson at 12:45, due partly to shock added, to an illness wJ ich had not been considered serious. Services were held at the .Methodist church in Fredricks- J 'burg. Immediate surviving relatives are .the' parents, a sister, 1'two brothers and Mrs. Hunt's i'husband. Juanita Straley ton 4-H Host Fenton: The Fenton Forwards |4-H club met Saturday, Nov. 30, fat the home of Juanita Straley. h Roll call was answered by eight members and their leader, |>Alice Jean Ehrhardt was a guest. § During the business meeting it f was decided to ask Miss Schultz, ":-home economist, to the next meeting, Pl^ns were also made 5: for the attendance of the men> ibers at the ,4-W banquet- to be 'held at Burt. Adjournment foK i lowed. SUPPMES —A good etqck Qjvhand, getting larger every Fill your need? st The A}* Tapper Pes Mplnes office, li's ft jsmall . Back in l*ovenii}«it>' 1944, ftobert Deal, Algons, in the U, 3. Ma»^, received his pay in denortiinaiioiis •<• lhal in. eluded a $2 bill, dn the west coast, Just for fun he wrote his name, dale and U. S, Navy on a S2 bill, then spent it in San franciscti. Last week, Paul iParkins, owner of The Coffee Shop here, happened to notice a 2 bill in his day's receipts and on taking a closer look found Bob Deal's name on the bill. A check here revealed the foregoing details. ttoW the $2 bill,? spent in San Francisco by-Bob Deal, happened to show UD two years later in Algona", will probably remain an Unsolved mystery. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long had as visitors last Sunday Mr. 'and Mrs. Roy McMillan and the'for- mer's father Victor McMillan of Britt. Roy McMillan is Hancock county treasurer and January 1 will begin his eighth term. ALGONA MRS. BORCHARDT SERVICES MONDAY Chapel services for Mrs. Clara Borchardt, mother of A. H. Borchardt of Algona, were held at the Hamilton Funeral Home, Monday morning, with Rev, John P. Clyde officiating, and the remains were shipped for burial to rleringtori, Karis., Where service will 1 also be held this afternoon at 2 p. m. in the Presbyterian church there. Mrs. Borchardt passed away at the-Kossuth hospital Sunday. She was 73 years old,' having been born Aug. 13, 1873, in Germany. Mrs. Borchardts maiden name was Clara Pettit. She was married to Ferdinand Borchardt in 1892. Mr. Borchard,t died at Herington, Kans., in 1937. Four children were born to the marriage, but Only two are llv- irig. They are Al Borchardt and Mrs. Joe E. Lynch of Algona. Four grandchildren and one great-grandchild survive, also. At the services here, Mrs. Theo Herbst and Leola Zeigler offered vocal selections, with Mrs. Sylvia Gunn as accompan ist. (tome From Germany v .Tas.ker Falkerihainer spent the Xv£pie*.r*nri 'f*i A 1*r/*«t n^u .ui* HfOlNES, ALGONA, IOWA r r ?? /v ~ c '*¥ - in A1 g°na with his father Melzaf Falkenhainer 'and his grandmother, Mfs. Al Falk- -3^v-l.- I - a ". - ...... . ._. , .',...,..., . . cnfiiiiher. ^Tasker has just returned from over a year spent in Germany, wh'cre he was a corporal in a hospital unit at Bremen. POULTRY RAISERS ATTENTION When in Algona on your Christmas trips, be sure and stop and see the Brooder House you have heen looking for for years. It is well built, fir flooring, spruce side walls, well ventilated, easier to heat and keep dry. * I have a 500 to 750 chick size Brooder House set up just north of Allen Motor Co. on Diagonal St., Algona, Iowa. Can furnish any size you want. See our circulars on building Hog Houses, Granaries and Corn Cribs. .1 will be at Allen Motor Co. Saturday, Dec. 14th, or call me evenings 215W. RAPH TIGE SPECIAL DISCOUNT Until December 20 on Perfection Pipeline Clean Easy Chore Boy MILKING MACHINES Iowa Cream Separators .All Electric 1000 Ib. Capacity Leader Water Softener 50,000 Grain (Saves Soap) Pittsburg Automatic Gas Water Heater 30 gal. Capacity Appliances ..State and Harlan Algona, Iowa Extra Site 30x30-In Soft Wool Mixed HEAD SQUARES • Wide Selection of Plain Colort S n u>s gly tliallie-wovcn 50% wool for war null, 50% eouon for dbrabil- ily! Plain and drawn- Ilirciul plaids. Perfect gift for any feminine name on itMJnm Types Btt. S * '' Skirls —; V«7of(p« Piping Trim* ic-rw Trims Trims ***lnter<B9(in$ Kmkrotflery en Their Hearts Toasty, Colorful pf • flvr«l prl'in, * 80-Sp. PERCALES PRINT MUSLINS SEERSUCKERS many morelo select from name on vour Gift List! • Riiffled Eyejel Trims .•'Button'Coat Dresses • Ric-rnc Trims-r • Bmion-To-Wnist Style. • Prints and^CpIors Galore* Sidc-Btittun Types 12 to 20 — 38 to 44 losing Oft Sale Having decided to go into other busiiess, I Wilj hold a closing out sale of my personal property at the farm located % mile east, 3 miles south of Burt on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17 '" - - i! ""-'' Sale Starts at 1:30 HEAD OF CATTLE 16 7 Guernsey and Holstein milch COA-S. Most of these cows will freshen in 2 months. These are high producing cows, and I have records to show anyone. 5 Holstein and Guernsey calves, nearly 1 year old. 4 steer calves, short yearlings. These calves are grain-fed and good sha>e. I . ' TEAM OF HORSES AND HARNESS l CHICKENS 250 White Bock pullets. These were winter production. chickens and 4hey have just started MACHINERY ' '• '• - ' ?' '•.-:'. "" " v. New flaye box wagon; rubber-tired wagon, . jwtyfc box;, Johri Deere spreader, good condition; practically hew hay raffej steel running gear " JnternsWonai Harvester corn planter, good condi fohn Deere ,row corn plow; ^'§ectionj«exiHe s(wl ^^ -j^ft, dmt : n,ew f wooden Iwgtroughjjin^vid^al^ gas barrels; and other items too num^rouu to mention. JK ' ' • • i ' •• - • • .' •' >-• - : ';- ": • -".• ' .. ' :.•-.. '• • -" •'- .'•["- " •'-" 1 "-'-'** -i' k^g v^'i- ^i%"t -Xf'^'^&W'- .W" 'JHS:, ; :ii,ai5BSSi;a&?«»«s!r* a-v; : ::3ifcj;;,:-;';;-:;: ||%S|i|p| Gordon ;s : i4lM:S'S J vU;.sjv'«,K»i ; i:rv : ;n' : s,-ii-:^'j-\ ; : : '^<fffKfy:;\;-^ : '''Sfff&-y:••••••'^ •••r;.fsj? wi^^^&^Mi^M^-^^^^i^^Mi^^^^:

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