The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1961
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39 Gridders Report At Swea City; 7 Are Vets /Coach Don Butterbaugh has 35 candidates out for football with four more expected to report at SWei City high School." ' , Seyatl ifetter winners frbm lalst^year's undefeated, team re porting were Maurlc'e''Carr, Lar- 1 ry Clausen, Roger CShway, Jack Hendricksen,',.Bill Hubbsrd, My- rtfn tfurlburt,rail,-sejy<ffs arid junior Doug 1 C.ummingfc. Thr«te minor letter winners reporting were Richard Mather, Larry Kockler and Bob Simonsmeier. jThe boys had, two daily sessions' until -Tuesday when school began and iare now on an afternoon schedule. •' -The gridders will play ar, eight-game schedule, playing the same teams as last year -They will kick-off the 1961 season Sept. 15 when they will ' host Terril. The complete schedule is: Sept. 15 „__ Terril, here Sept. 22 ...... Rake, there Sept. 29 _. ...'Hurt, here Oct. 6 Thompson, there Oct. 13 Sentral, here Homecoming , Oct. 20 Armstrong, here Oct. 27 Titonka, there Nov. 3 Lake Park, there Garrigcm Club To Have Ticket Drive Next Week Officers and directors of the G-arrigan high school' Booster Club held their annual organizational meeting recently at the school. Al Lickteig, outgoing tirds^ent., of the group, called the'order; , »h . !Presen]t officers are Ed Elbert, Whittemore, president, Jim Schneider, Algona, vice president, and Joe Lynch, Algona, secretary. Remaining directors are Kenneth: Farrell, Whittemore; Eugene • Koll-asch ana Francis Erpelding, St. Josephs, Hade; Frank Bleich and Jack Lftkteig, Wesley; and Bob Mayer and Dennis Lickteig, St. Benedict. The board is composed of two men from 'each of the five parishes served by Garrigan. The club's annual Booster Club ticket sale will begin Sept. 7 and will continue through Sept. 14. Adult tickets will sell for $10 and will include four home football games, seven home basketball games, 12 home baseball games, the annual banquet, all grade school contests and three smokers. High school and grade school tickets, to be sold for $10 and $1 respectively, and will also include admission to all games. Lubanski Belts Pins During Local Stand Ed Lubanski, Detroit, one of the top professional bowlers (and one of the youngest at 30) in the nation, really blistered the alleys Thursday and Friday during an exhibition at Algona Lanes here. It was Lubanski's first appearance in a bowling establishment in Iowa. Ed rolled three 3-game series and came up with totals of 723, 717 and 720. And his average line, counting one trial run, wias 242 for 13 lines during his stay here. Besides putting on quite a show, Lubanski gave instructions to area bowlers and the management awarded prizes to the following after free drawings: Edith Prior, LuVerne, bowling ball, Mike Reding, Algona, bowling bag, Dr, M. I. Lichter, Burt, bowling shoes, and Ronald Gilbride, Algona, 10 free lines ol bowling. Lubanski appeared at Dallas Center after his exhibition hery and. poster 630 and 664 series totals. , Bowlers Second A 591 series by Jackie Laing almost carried the Zender's bowling team to first place Sunday in the state mixed team bowling tournament at Bowl-O- Mat in Des Moines. However, the Algona team wound up second — by the narrowest of margins — one pin. JIarlan Bowl of Harlun chalked up a 2,459 handicap total to edge the Algona crew, which totaled 2,458, handicap. Tlae winning team had 2,U7 scratch and Zender's 2,064. The Algona team wop $150 for second placo in the meet. A recent edition of a newspaper in Havana was successful printed on newsprint t made o{ the waste from sugar have been as fuel, feed fibrjboard. VI B. : -'» 'i Wind Up Year Here Saturday - For the' second straight week, 6 .requested tear-down of a car resulted Jri a shuffling of, results after the Saturday prognam of s«*k fcar races -had, been completed at, the fairgrounds. And this time, Kenny Wall; Storm Lake, who has been driving here all summer, forfeited, money he had won for first and' third place finishes' during the night. This Saturday night's pro- graft! will be highlighted by championship races daring ihe final run of Ihe slocks 4<fM«* Jhh Wtttek, A lafge flild will UHdaubJsdly ba on Vhjffisd, id/.ffurt^fer ihe money* , Wall's, cal? wfcs found to hav4 Ihteff-eifBllretdw (twIS rfforatfcaft anawajS^hen «4l' fcdfcf Was Lrtlsa.-foltewing tlft ' 'As' t '"result of'lfie dneck'df the car, Jewy , Winters., .Mason .i jlif* .feefrd. 'was pHtf of flfitf ftftd 'fee filsts. m w6tt thg tifbpn^ disft 6rid\fe^ittlre etf his o^tt atid jTeuftd ifU with fittt m tfti;, thffd ,fteat : ftlfhougtt he 'JM&& Jeadnd to Wall. . " . • " £gr i 'Chris«e1isen, West Bendy- piloted his 8'ball to wins in the first heat and handicap event and grabbed seeaflcT itt the f&a* ture. -Date Rickhtot, Cfarnef, posted* wins In the s&ond heat and semi-main event as he, Winters and ChrlStensen shared all wins' 'for" the night. Gene Schattsehneider, Algona; was second twice, while Bud Peterson- .and Les Wlldlri, Algona. DUSne" Seible, Mason Cify, and Paul, Welander each took, orife second. Bud Fair, Fort Dodge-, took two thirds and Seib'le, Welander and Sam Eslick.v F6rt Dodge, each grabbed" a thiM place finish; Good driving prevailed in four of the races, while the slower cars held down the pace of other Thi-efr was badly dimei feat 1 •"* "" ' ttS 1 W „ _ MeifbalFoCii*«r IftJUfed ' tO ,oc« mjjca JliUU^JLJLCUi « the MIMifTe ova'l dul.. ftlght,JPhe cars, driven t «»*M,«fi( • «tau ' 'fvaJriL. < ,'Mcl and were slated to < Iowa State' They , ever US Sppear nere. ' " toured the v course in abdUt; seconds.- •> • , Goffer* Seventh , Algona, wouhd up severi' th6 ffifihuM, Great LalfeS^" soCldtidrt' Tdirnamiri^ w held Sfliiday at Sftbfer " " H6St tedtn. tobfe'ih^ a ?8g; total a£-filft'£ bfefAi for the' titfe', .... (dtai fOf<tfte f eve fjteams entered Included Esther- V lie, Spencef, Cherokee, Brooks, Sibley, fimmetsbtirg' and Sheldon. EnimeWburg, defending champion, wound Up eighth. Underkofler Is Nominee, School Post, Bancr6ft One director -will 'be elected 1 for a three-year term to the Bancroft public schobl. board at the Regular election Sept. 11. fJominatioh ' papers must be filed at the office of school sec-, retary A. C. Accurso . before' Bept. 1 and rSay be obtained there. R. S. Uhderkdfler: h& filed for re-electioii. Othef ' meinbers of the board ate H. V, Ckrk, Wilbur Fo^, Df. R.'£. Weber and H. J. McNerthey Is Again Grand * t • V :.. » . i fate Btetl and Gary, Friebe of Algona exhibited the grand chnm- JlOrt.' steer fbr the second straight year ift the Iowa Quality Meats contest which precedes the open* |ng of the Iowa State Flair. The Pfiebes' 820-pound Angus Wednesday topped a field of 85 .beef entries. Another Angus, shown by Harold Diekson, 17, of Williams, Was named reserve champion. TO Cars-Trucks Sold Iri County Only 10 rtew cars were registered in, the office of the county treasurer this week. Owners of the new vehicles are: i Ford — R. J. Funk Plb. & Hlg., truck', Algona; Frederick or Rose Cdmst — Dolores Bee Mawdsf- tey, Algona. Mtoeuty — Maynard ffoetzke Laftota. . ' A car driven by Wildin took the most' • exciting flight from the track during the night. The' mishap occurred as 10 oari completed th6 firs 1 ! lap of the'fea'ture and Wildin's auto rolled' several times and flipped to. a stop outside of the retaining fence on the last turn north of the grandstand. ! We're In i , , With out-of-lhis BEFORE THE COLD WEATHER ARRIVES! Don't waif until cold weather arrives and your furnace begins to run . . . have it checked DOW when it is not in operation . . . adjustments and small repairs can be made now to promote longer and more efficient service for your furnace ... have needed parts replaced, adjustments made and the furnace completely cleaned out. CALL ANY Op THE BELOW LISTED ALGONA DEALERS TODAY. NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR GAS FURNACE INSTALLED OR YOUR OLD FURNACE CONVERTED TO GAS HEAT! SEE ANY OF THE RELIABLE ALGONA HEATING DEALERS Algona Plumbing & Heating per De« Mofrisi Pub, Co., Algona. P.O. Closes Sept. 4 The Algona Post OMce be closed all day Latew Monday, Sept. 4. The Id.bby will be open all day but no windows wilt be open. There will' &6 no mail deliveries of any ftind but all mail will be dispatched as usual. Inter Stephens College Columbia, Missouri — Two students fforh, Algona will be atttSndihf ; Stcpf^rt* , Columbia. Mo., this fall when the Thursday, August 3T, 1961 Algfcna (loj Upp*f Pjtt Schwartz, 8wea Qityj ChsHeS oi Jennie Deiblcr. Algona. C»t«V*e!«t i-. Johft H. i_, SdsfenjGtoertee <st torte sbfl, LuVefne; Lefts* tf, cf cia Nelson, Algona. Pontite —. Rev. E^aflf Routfi, Ldhe ^Rock. "*" » Pefeival Ifffs.-, Al" ftw ,5#bifffeft stfSetW cfei&$8$ of mm if. . , fitafnft' Kafflfyn Aultf T (ktugh- eeV of Mft |*R* Mrs, «nft Etok AflW| I42fff Biftft Lff<«a^ Stf Rtrth Maxine Van fiuten, dtatlghtet of Mr. and Mfs, After* Van Btffeif." Hospitalise* Mrs. Mabet Pax&n, Well- known Algona woman, is at Lutheran, hoSpftal, f&tt Dodge,. whete sBe is Ifctelviftf medical treatment and? care. Honey Is first Aft Algona man, Lawrence? ftiedel, & regular* enfffirft in- the apiary depaffrhertt at th'e Iowa Sflate flair, wd'n the fifst place award for" his extracted clover hoftey and placed second iri thff same division at the Fatf fhfe week. 311'/i E.'NEBRASKA CY 4-4240 Funk Plumbing & Heating 119 S, DODGE CY 4-3234 Laing Plumbing & Heating DON'T HAVP^Td Bl AN ASTRONAUT TO GET ONv TARGET FOR SAVINGS! WE BRING YOU SHOW MERCHANDISE RIGHT OFF THE FLOOR OF THE "HEART OF AMERICAN fU$N!T]URE MART FROM KANSAS CITY! SEE THE tAf&T SfYL& IN dUALITY FURNITURE ..... AND YOU CAN BUY AT UNHEARD OF PRICES! DON't MISS THE COUNTDOWN! BE HERE WHEN THE DOORS OPEN FRIDAY AT 9 A.M. 12 N. DODGE CY 4-2104 • • - \ • P. R. Irons Htg. & Plumbing 812 E. MCGREGOR ZOOM IN ON THfS BARGAIN! 3 Pci Walnut Booktase &ED ROOAA SET by "Vaughn Of yrrginid" Reg, $289.50 $149.50 3 PC. Walnut Book Case BED ROOM SET by "Lenoir House" Reg. $325.50 $182,50 BED ROOM SETS by "Bassett" 3. $269.50 $179,50 TRII AND FAMOUS J. B. TOYS STUFFip POODLiS DOOR BUSTER 2 ONLY 3 PIECE CHAIR SECTIONALS $25.00 THESE ITEMS WILL GIVE YOU A LIFT ! I CARD TABLE WITH 4 CHAIRS by "Casco" As S ort. Colors $27.95 BABY ROCKERS S $11.95 RECLINERS $59,50 BARREL SWIVEL CHAIRS *•» $35,75 SWIVEL ROCKiRS $72 50 $37,00 SET YOUR SIGHTS ON SOME REAL SAVINGS BABY BED COMPLETE WITH MATTRESS AND SPRINGS by "Casco" $29.50 READY TO TAKE OFF! BUT FAST! SOLID MAPLE TABLE-4 CHAIRS-HUTCH Res. $325.00 $189.50 MATTRESSES or BOX SPRINGS 32.50 Famous Make 10 Yr. Guarantee Reg. $79,50 Foot Stools by "Peprlwick" $8.95 3 PC. SECfrq^AI. Bfeg. $327,50 - $145.0G 2 PC, SiCTIONAL Reg. $167.50 -.__ $89.50 DINETTE SET 5 p«. Reg* $179,50 — $78.50 COLONIAL Styte Chair* Reg. $89,50 $37,50 TERMS I Special Discount To Newlyweds FUEL UP ! HURRY ON DOWN TO BOB'S House Elephants $7.fS OUR GUARANTEE TO Y0 YOU MUST SATISFIED OR YOUR MONEY BACK

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