The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 23, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 23, 1961
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6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Feb. 23, 1961 1? Scored Points During Season A totnl of 17 wrestlers scored points for Algona high school's outstanding team during tho dual inert season .recently ended, according to Coach Champ Martin, who released vital statistics on the Bulldogs this week. The team finished its varsity dur<l meet season with an 8-2-1 won-lost-lied record, with seven seniors, seven sophomores, two juniors and a freshman accounting for points during the season. The team registered a total of 91 fall?, compared with 23 for alt opponents and with the B-team nnd , junior high tenm helped chalk up a 23-2-1 dual meet re-cord. The Bulldogs nlso won the Eiagle Grove Invitational crown and took the North Central Conference championship for the first time since 1951. The team's dual meet record of eight wins was also tops here in tho history of !he sport. The team's two losses came a the hands of Cedar Falls and Os- agf by a total of 12 points. Total point leader was Jim Richardson with 43. He won 11 and lost two matches. Next was Tarry TJingsdorf with 41 points nnr! a 12-1 record. Here is the reft of the varsity squad, with points rncl won-losl record: Don Hutchison, 36, .0-4-1: George Ealluff. 34. 3-4-1; Bob Patton, 28, B-5; Jerry Seiler, 27, 6-2-3; Gary Rich, 16. 4-1-1; Bill Baker. 16, 5-7-2: Bob Ellefson. 16, 5-3; Steve Miller, 14, 4-1: Tom Gouge, 13. 3-1: Terry Brandow. C, 2-3: Dave Skogslrom, 5, 1-4; MiVre Kain. 3. 1-0: Tim Vipond, 3, 1-2; and Jim Pingel, 3, 1-3. The loss of Richardson, Ringsdorf. Bnlluff. Richey. Seiler. Rich and .Miller will be felt following graduation this year, Martin hopes the fine B-team will help fill Kossuth Legislator Here is Casey Loss, veteran Kossuth county represent-/alive, shown at his desk in the statehouse. He is signing emergency appropriations measures, in his capacity as secretary of the legislature's budget and finance control committee. Looking on is Virgina Patrick of the stale comptroller's office. Casey has served in seven previous sessions and one special session. In addition lo budget and finance control, his committee assignments include agriculture, appropriations, board of control, judiciary, labor, roads and highways, schools, libraries and educational institutions. The picture was taken by Don Reid of the Iowa Press Association. n the gaps when next season I BETTER PRINTING for less •oils around. I _ Upper Des Moines Pub. Co Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper ,- ICY HOT VACUUM BOTTLE I ay THERMDs. c« Foot urea triple- sealed stopper, f I "Stronglas" filler/ and handled eup. Pint size. , J (Ktgtlar $1.7S. ONLY MELMAC BOWL SET Break wsUlaiM-tcfe la boiling wotw and dbh waihm. Jumbo-» at, brg* I at. and handy IV, qt liztt.. WITH THIS COUPON GREEN THUMB" $177 1 SET-3 1 \ PLASTIC FOAM PLANTER AtlOWJ HOOTS TO IIIATHI Ii',- dam. narlor »:z«. Keep> ptanU lr.«ublsi» I l"--il 01 cold Rf-commended by hading Uvvereily Hoilicultural Labs and Planl experts "ll'.'jso plnnti nourish in them." WHIM Gecrqe ' Lu-iw nationally renowned plant expert lor ih» M'!a Elnr (Dec 20. 1959) I TO IYH» AOUIT CUSTOMIt WITH THIS COUPON •*»••«•*•»• 4 PIECE ANCHORWHITE BOWL SET m .Ovenproof bowls for all .round kitchen use. 5", 16", 7", and 8" diameter. JEB3 Set-4 Reg. $1.19 •••••••••••*«•••••»»,,,, SWEEP MAID BROOM | Good quality corn. 1 1 Bright gold handle,. Regular $7.50 SPECIAL 88' CASSEROLE WITH FRAME AND CANDLE WARMER ANCHOR WHITE, 1'i Q,. Size, Regular $2.98 Round ovenware casserole with brass finished candle warmer and frame, candle included. i $2.33 OBLONG CAKE PAN, Look-in Cover 99c "Ready mix size", 14 3 4 x 10 Cover is domed to allow lots of room for high thick frostings. Excellent for carrying. EB28 Regular $1.59 STEAM IRON CLEANER Rejuvenates your steam iron — removes clogging scales that cut efficiency. 9 oz. size gives 8 treatments. EB21 Regular $1.00 You will find our store just "Jam Packed" with Dollar Day Bargains — Get Your Share! ONLY 66c fine quality hardware — at a saving! NOTES Of, SERVICE MEN FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO. — Army Pvt. Gary D. Ackerihan, son of Mr and Mrs Hiram C. Ackerman, Burt, Iowa, completed the light-vehicle driver cotlrse at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Feb. 9. Ackerman was taught to drive and perform maintenance- on light military vehicles. The 20-year-old soldier entered the Army last September and completed basic combat training at Fort Riley, Kan.. He is a 1959 graduate of Burt Community High School. FORT SILL, OKLA. — Army Pvt. Robert G. Olson, 19, son of VIr and Mrs Ervin M. Olson, Wes- cy, Iowa, is receiving 1 eight weeks of advanced individual raining at The Artillery and Missile Center, Fort Sill, Okla. Olson is being trained as a can- loncer in a field artillery unit. This training includes instruction n the care and use of the 105 millimeter howitzer and the heavy machinegun, artillery communications, and ammunition handling and storage. He entered the Army in August 1960 and received basic training at Fort Hood, Tex. Olson is a 1959 graduate of Corwith-Weslcy High School. CAMP LEJEUNE — Marine Cpl. Rex. W. Larson, son of Mr and Mrs William Larson of Lakota, Iowa., is serving with ' the Second Battalion, Tenth Marine Regiment, a unit of the Second Marine Division at Camp Lejeune, N. C. He was recently promoted td his present rank. > The regiment uses 105mm howitzers for shock power and operates with great mobility in support of the Division's infantry troops and forms a part of the Nation's force-in-readiness with other East Coast Marine and Naval units. Before enlisting in July 1958, Larson was graduated from Lakota High School. Council Minutes COUNCIL MINUTES Waived the reading of the minutes. Final approval of the I960 santiary sewer plat from Wallace 8, Holland, Eng. firm was approved. Home Federal Loan Assoc. was granted permission .to hood two meters In front of their place of business during business hours. Resolution recommending to the legislature an increase in the Municipal share of the Road Use Tax Fund was adopted. Authorized Chief of Police to ask for bids on a police car. City Attorney was instructed to draw up an amendment to the Sanitary Sewer Ordinance of the City. Hilton's Super Service being low bidder was awarded the contract to furnish the City with 4 tires for the patrol. Annual Utilities report was accepted and placed on file in the clerk's office. Logue's Tavern was granted a beer permit. GENERAL Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, Salary $ 112.50 David A. Smith, Salary 208.57 Iowa State Bank, W'Holding Tax 19.10 Advance Pub. Co., Publications 130.48 Arwell, Inc., Rat Control 15.00 City Clerk, Advanced Cash 4.00 Klipto-Stoyles, Code Stickers - 4.80 County Treasurer. Board & Lodge Prisoners 213.60 Matt Parrott 8, Sons Co., Office Supplies 4.53 3r. C. C. Shierk, Expenses _. 8.50 Dr. C. C. Shierk, Court Costs - Jan. 49.00 Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Publications 174.45 STREET Jess E. Lashbrook, Salary ... 176.53 Albert F. Pergande, Salary,.. 176.41 Richard E. Fr.imbach, Salary .. 135.39 Glenn F. Burtis, Salary 149.90 Ray W. Metzen, Jr., Salary .. 133.30 Don T. Prew, Salary 171.02 Francis W. Metzen, Salary -. 48.45 Iowa State Bank, W'Holding Tax 98.80 Botsford Lumber Co., Supplies 6B.21 Fort Dodge Towel Service, Towcli . 3.25 Hilton's Super Service, Tires & Repairs 7454 Martin Oils, Ire., Gasoline .. _ 159.94 The Shcrwin-Wilhams Co., Paint 2.25 Arnold Motor Supply, Parts for '55 Ford 5.10 Joe Bradley Machinery, Tiros _ 70.05 Brown Supply Co., Torch 48.75 Cities Service Oil Co., Gasoline 207.13 Cook's Welders Supply, Supplies ' 12.98 R. J. Funk, Repairs 3.13 Kent Motor Co., Repairs l.^o Littleford Bros., Sprocket 7.75 Norton Machine Works, Parts . 1 I 90 Skelly Oil Co., Kerosene & Solvent 5435 PUBLIC SAFETY Albert Boekclman, Salary E. W. Hutchison, Salary P. C. Jorgenson, Salary K. J. McBride, Salary W, C. Schwarzenbach, Salary _ E. Bulten. Salary J. A. Voigt, Salary _ Ira Kohl, Salary Iowa State Bank, W'Hold. Tax Trust & Agency, Pension Joe Bradley Machinery, Tires _ City Clerk, Advanced Cash __ Perc:val Motors, Repairs - ... Hillon s Super Service, Merchandise .. __. . Plcctron Corp., Merchandise; . Pratt Electric Constr. Co., Repair ... , James E. Ult, Repairs . . _ Algona Fire Co., Services SANITATION Wallace & Holland, tngmcer- ing Fees ...... . L. S. Muckey, Repairs North Central Public Service Co., Gas . Pratt Electric Constr. Co., Fixture , SEWER RENTAL " R. C. Lcmkee, ^jtary ._ F. G. Gronbach, Salary . Iowa Slate Bank, W'Hold. Tax Algona Laundry, Service Botsford Lumber Co., Merchandise Frederic* Hardware, Merchandise R. J. Funk, Reijairi 1.". Greenberg Auto Supply, P tJ i|s Hilton's Super Service, Tires Inertol Inc.. Thinner J. N. Kcncfick, M. D., Shots 1 Martin Oili, Inc., Diesel Oil Norton Machine- Works, Md'.e. Treasurer of Kossulh County Taxes at S. T. P. Zep Mfg. Co., Merchandise DEBT SERVICE" Guaranty Bank & Trukt Co., Interest _ '_ PARKING"METER" 240.29 175.79 18'! 35 158.67 164.62 17/.24 lb-.8l /'O 00 149.90 1462 1648 ;.92 9886 1420 3421 1 4.25 3,08 : j 52 1.75 495 169.94 I Jo 3? il.90 1.10 1.99 1 34 1 76 1.77 33 00 6.51 •j 00 U.62 i Ib JO.65 169.33 31.00 N. Sands, Salary -.*..D. J. Riley, Salary tow* State Bank, W'Hold. ;,T^x Tiftst & Agency, Pemlort _„. City Clerk, Advanced Cash — Ed's DX Service, Gas Pfchard Groen, Expenses ..... Hutzell's Cities Service, Gas _ Pratt Electric Constr. Co., Re• pair Traffic Lights i. Tie Toe Shop, Repair Meter Timers . p. D. Youngwirth, Motorcycle .Repairs Published in the Algbha County Advance, Algona, February 21, 1961. 100.2S 43.00 • 47,90 •2.24 I-.85 14.99 83.40 13.00 2.00 30.50 .'6.15 Kossuth Iowa, Awarded $19,992 By Emmet Court Ringstod — Neal Ahart, Arm- Strong, was 'awarded $19,992 by a district court jury in. Emmet county recently. Ahart was plaintiff in a damage suit brought against Alvin Hatling, Dolliver, as a result of injuries. received by -the former Dec.' 3, 1958 in a mishap at his farm. The plaintiff asked for $50,000. which he sought for alleged injuries received in the mishap. The plaintiff asserted that a truck, with a mounted feed mixer, owned by Hatling, backed over his feet while he helped unload grain at the farm located two miles west and' p mile north of Armstrong. Heads United Fund Wes Bartlett, Algona furniture dealer, was named president of the Algona United Fund Mon- .day during an organizational meeting of the board 6f directors of that organization. Other officers include Perry'; Collins, vice •president, Gordon Hall, treasurer, and Mrs John Hopkins, secretary, John Claude is the retiring presi* dent', , ' 105 Mrs Mamie Chase of Belmond recently celebrated her 105th birthday, Mrs Chase still crochets as a pastime and helps around the .house all she is permitted to help. Twenty-five new students from other countries enrolled at The State University of., Iowa for the •second Semester. :M6st of .these -new ' students: came from India and the'Far fiast. Last year 4,104 Iowa children were examined at field clinies Conducted by the State : Services for Crippled Children, 'Which is 1 headquartered at The State University of Iowa. The speech pathology department at The State University of Iowa has spent some 30 years studying stuttering in an attempt to find out why stuttering begins and help stutters overcome their handicap. A number of studies have indicated that stuttering is a learned process and that the child is probably not as rnuch to blame for stuttering as are over-anxious, over-critical parents. The boulevard in the center of main street is piled high with snow to the depth of 10 to r!2 feet. The plows cleared the streets on each side of the boulevard Saturday night and Sunday following the big blizzard Saturday. NTING AT THE Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. THE. Call St. AIGONA Phone CY 4-3535 ,,,, GO, MAN GOT These Values Won't Wait! Come a-runnin' DON'T MISS THESE BUY'S! LOOK AT 'EM! 17 JEWEL BULOVA WATCH A completely reconditioned 17 jewel Bulova watch with the life lime main spring. $ DAYS $5.00 SCHICK SHAVER One only, io Ihe first customer, goes this Schick Electric Razor. Reg. piice $22.50. $ DAYS $10.00 DIAMOND WEDDING SET .• Reg. priced $21S.'00. A perfect Emerald Cut Diamond. Both rings sized to fit. $ DAYS $99.00 COSTUME JEWELRY Ear Rings, Necklaces, Bracelets, Etc. An assortment of values to $4.00 $ DAYS 60c WATCH BANDS A beautiful assortment of all bands. Get y.our choice at \'T. price. $ DAYS y 2 Price STONE SET RINGS 10 to choose from. Both ladies and gents. Some for as low as $4.00. Some as low as $4.00 WILTGEN JEWELERS DIAMOND $ D OLLAR DAZE MEN'S WASH & WEAR FLANNEL or IVY SLACKS Reg. $2,50 Pair We Can't Make 'em For That BOY'S POLISHED COTTON IVY MEN'S DENIM SLACKS Work Jeans 10 Oz. Wt. - Reg. $1.99 pair 1.0 Oz, Wt. - Reg. $1.99 pair Boy's Shoes SIZES 11'i TO 3 — REG. $3.99 YOUR CHOICE $2.00 MEN!! YOUR OLD SHOES ARE WORTH $1.00 IN TRADE ON ANY WORK SHOE, BOOT OR DRESS OXFORD NOT LISTED IN THIS AD One Pair Per Style Per Customer PER PAIR TRADE-IN Sport Shirts MEN'S LONG SLEEVE S,M,L,XL BUY ONE AT REG. PRICE SECOND SHIRT i i MEN'S REG. $15.00 Parkas $10.00 $1.00 ALL WINTER JACKETS GREATLY REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE! OF ALGONA

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