The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 17
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Ceaseless, Low Calorie Cooking in the FRY PAN 10-trtch fry pan , Heg. $6.49 Sale $5.77 This amazing tpan coated with Du Pont Teflon elimiv .nates shortening, sticking and scouring. It means tasty' fried foods without using oils, fats or shortening can be enjoyed by calorie counters. JThe pure Teflon coating is : ibonded to sturdy aluminum. • ,A free wooden spatula comes', I with each skillet^nd must be used,as metal kitchen tools will mar the surface. And,, clean-up time is faster, easier y I.. .just rinse in.running water ior wipe clean with a damp Isponge and dry. • terrific for greaseless cooking outdoors ... camping trips. < , FREDERICK S & Q Hardware ALGONA Waller Gains Against Humboldt .i..v<u .", * f i ?,-, L . . , ijf- j >. y\£&* i ^ggj , , '„.,. >• _• , kjf*V * * Monday at the St. Edmorid foot ball field at Fort Dodge, Two second half touchdowns by John Fan-ell allowed dam- gan the victory, aftei? • .the t«rM botft failed, to score in the fl&'t half. Farfell rah fiO yards ;for the first'touchdown early In the third, period and added another late in the quarter on a 20 yard run. It was the fourth straight defeat for, the St. Edmond , sophomores and second victory in a row for Ciarrlgan. " Garrigan Sophs 0 0 12 12 Si, Edmond Sophs 000 0 Touchdowns—Farrcll, 80-yard run. third; Farrell, 20-yard run, third. ha * e set a hwdern Alstons'high school record for gains by an wv through ^J?l ySnr /w^ d ? as * ed , f °f II 9 F / iday A 1 ight at tt*>»*Wt; is shown above as he ght wfn of the slason y> g °" a d ° Wned lhe home club> 33 " 6 ' to post its f S ? 3Ve thdr T$ ^ /"V* , for them Borrow (Friday) night when they entertain the rilg- £.7 y X> Tt °f the0 ? ates top. teams, at the fairgrounds. The Lynx have also won their firat d n ha u a '"-S 3 ™ wul , nln g stre k going for them. Algona hasn't dumped Webster UDM Eng ) Bulldogs are anxious to ^t the job done.' (John Phillips, AHS Camera Club Phbto Swea City Runs SfringToll With 25-7 Win A four touchdown spree by Bill Hubbard led Swea City's Trojans to a, 25-7 victory over Burt in a' State Line" Conference game at S.wea City. Friday night. The, Trojans had three touchdowns called back during first hhlf action. The Trojans, who have now aken 12 straight wins,;' will ravel to Thompson tbmorbrw (Friday) night for .another , loop ray. Thompson dropped,; an 18- i decision to Kanawha, in a non- oop game Friday, and now has a 0-3 mark for the season. He'ririchsen- sped . 50 yards oh .a reverse into the • end zone on the second play of the game — )Ut the play was • called /• back. lowever, Hubbard later got the irst • TD ' of the contest when he went 10 yards to paydirt He icored again from 19 yards out to give the Trojans a 12-0 first period lead. Half of Hubbard's second period scores counted. He went 52 yards for one six pointer and six for another—and • had two called back. Henrichsen added the extra .point after one of the good ones to give Swea City a 25-0 halftime lead. Reserves played muqfr of the time for Coach Don Butterbaugn during the second half. Terr> Cook 'got Burt's touchdown from the two yard line and added the extra point during ,a fourth quarter flurry, by the losers. Myron Hurlburt, guard,, was the top- defensive man for the winners/' Statistics: ; , sc B First downs. __.13 Passes attempted ___.j.6i Passes completed -____i4 Yds., passing ____i.__.j57 Passes int. by __^.._;___Jl Yds. penalized —75^ Yds. rushing '_352 Tot. yds. gained 409 12 7 •* 12 0 35 207 219 For the production of sound, air must be taken into the lungs and while under control, air is allowed to pass into' the larynx and produces sound. Frosh-Soph TeamCracks HumbokO-O A team of freshmen and'sopho- mores turned in a.fine 20.-0 victory, Monday* night, over trie Humboldt frosh-soph 'aggrega- ,tion on the local field, played under: lights from one side onty. After a scoreless first' quarter, left-handed passer Ken Egel veejf- ed to his left on a reverse 1 , turned and pitched to end Jimmy Abbott far-down the field who w'ds stopped,just short'pf the Humboldt goal. •-..?>'••;.. >•:.} Algona was momentarily helped on a fumble, recovered by .Humboldt on the one-foot 'lir]e. but Humboldt ..was forced to piiftt •out. A pass, Steinman to Suij- det, carried back to the-, visitors 10, and Naylor skirted right etfa for the-first TD, and tallied 'extra point around left end. <The half ended, 7-0 in favors WELCOME TO THE BAND FESTIVAL I SHOP Fowler's PARADE of VALUES! SEE FOWLERS FOR LARGEST SWEATER ASSORTMENT IN ALGONA. ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. - $2,98 TO $10.95. dashing new Ship'n Shore* pop-on beautifully belted and enlivened with gaily embroidered motifs. White and lighthearted hues in easy-care all cotton, 28 to 36,. Permanent Wave Special Monday only, Reg. $10.00 Waves — $6.95 Tuesday thru Sat. $15,00 Waves $8.95 All Hair Cuts $1.00 WOMEN & MISSES COAT SALE Huge assortment To Choose From ! All at Special pricesl $17.88 To $48.88 —•——^—^-~«w«—•—««™«».««^««, i NiW FAIL & WINTER SLACKS Prints or Checks. New Swede Type Fabric. Special $3,98 ^*WW"««^W«PP^™"IP«»!M!«»W«««!«l^«l»| Blanket Specials , 4 Different Styles of blankets, 72 x 84, 8Q x 90 - All have wide satin border. Plains, Plaids and Jncqyard*. Value; to $6.95. ALL $3.97 Algona. Humboldt kicked to Helmer on the Algona 35 to open th second half. Egel hit Naylor wit an aerial for 35 yards, but ,th Bulldog drive was again haltec by a fumble, this time on {he Humboldt 20, as the third quar ter- ended. In the final stanza, a jump past completed to Sig Wood carried to the Humboldt 20, Steinman crunched to .the 8, and Ego snaked through for the secont .TD. Steinman ran the extra point. : In the closing seconds of play another left-handed . pass fr6rii Egel to Naylor went all the way for the final tally. The point try failed. While the frosh-soph squad'is not deep in manpower, it has plenty of potential and speed in lhe lineup, and some rugged interior line play 1 that bodes well for future varsity teams Tyke Indians Still Perfect After 27-12 Win Titonka upped • its', winning streak to .three ''for • the season with a 27-12 ''win over • Sentral in a,State Line Conference game" at Titonka Friday night. The Indians will travel to Burt for another "loop fray tofn6rrow (Friday} night. The' Bears dropped a 25-7 decision-to Swea City Friday night and are winless in three starts this season. Slate Line Standings W L Swea City 2 0 Titonka _-,'_- 2 0 Armstrong ___' 1 0 Rake _...0 1 Sentral __.-. ..0 1 Thompson —: . 0 j Burt ___„___..____-0 2 Rod Hench, Phil Seaberg and Kirk Struthers led Titonka's of r fensive against Sentral' Friday night, Hench counted a pair of TDs on runs of four and 39 yards, Seaberg went 36 yards for six points and Struthers capped the scoring with a 35-yard run. » Ken Bierstedt and Tom Geitzenauer counted -touchdowns ,for the losers, who were scoreless in two earlier games. this season. Sentral now has an 0-3 record for the year. ; Impressed Me the M6st" after a guided tour of Union Slough by Haftjld Burgess, Lunch was served in the recreational area by Mrs. Richard Cosgrove and Mrs. G6«ie Bartlett. Hostesses for the coming meet* ing will,be,Mrs. Ed Boyken and Mrs, George Schuster. "America the Beautiful" is the theme, and Mrs. H. S. Montgomery of Algbha will be the guest speaker. This meeting will be held October 11 Nervous tension, through the increase of muscle tone, will accelerate the expenditure of energy. Algona Woman To Speak, Titonka On September 21 members ol the Titonka Federated Club answered to a roll call of "What Thursday thru Saturday, "Voyage At The Bottom Of The Sea", 7:25-9:40. Saturday -Morning Show, 8 Cartoons 11:0,0-12:00-1:00. No matinee Saturday, acct. Band Festival. , •'' Saturday nite at 10:30 "THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM". Sunday, "The -Pit And The Pendulum", - 1:30-3:30-5:30-7:309:30. . • Monday-Tuesday, 7:36-9:35. Thursday, October 5, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper De» Mofnes-3 AUNT JEMIMA IS COMING TO BURT Watch For Details Fcsrrell Tallies Twice, Garrigan Sophs Win, 12-0 Algona Garrigan sophomore football team defeated the St. Sdmund sophomores, 12-0 here Special Matinee - Frfday 1:30 NO MATINEE SATURDAY ACCT. BAND FESTIVAL ALGONA THURS,, THRU SAT, "^~RACE FROM OUTER SPACE To SEVEH Mi BELOW THE SEA...WITH AMAZING AQUAHAUTSOFTHEDEEPH PLUS "HILLS OF ASSISI" and COLOR CARTOON THE GREATEST TERROR TALE EVER TOLDI ALGONA Starts Saturday -10:30 P.M, - and Runs Thru Tuesday has dared to film this...the JPnost diabolical classic time! ^^^^•^T ^P^^^^ ^^r ^^j£ ^JJ£ • PANAVIS fajT., ^ .-Jwlff the region of the heart "Pacific P i ridi«»"'^g9j9r Cartoon ••BM. i^Hi .^^BHI ^^^f^^.' ••&•' •^•M M^B^M ^W/ ^^ ^^B ^^^k, »^^ <V* '-**V& ALGONA SATURDAY - CONTINUOUS FROM tt:«tf A. M. 'TIL 2 P. GAKNWAL Tickets On Sale Til 1:15 NO REGULAR MATINEE AT 2 P.M. THEATRE RENTED FOR BAND FESTIVAL Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper "They Work for You atAMU' Milton 0. Bilyeu "MILT 7 Now in his llth year of service with Algona Municipal Utilities, Milt Bilyeu is line crew foreman. Ho is shown above handling Ihe boom truck auger as it sinks eleciric pole holes along the new State Park road, where a new power line is being installed. As line foreman, MUt Bilyeu presides ovor maintenance work on all city power lines, the farm lines serviced by AMU, running new drops to homes, mcler installation, etc. That, incidentally, involves power lines up into the hundreds of miles. Milt started work with Algona Municipal Utilities just two weeks before the famous windstorm of June, 1951. He hadn't yet learned how to climb, he says, 'but I sure learned fast on that occasion.' As to safety measures practiced by line crew members, Milt boils most of it down to: 'Wear •rubber gloves and keep your head out of stuff. Modern equipment enables the line crew to work with speed and efficiency. Milt was born on a farm near Lolls Creek, and attended high school in Algona. Ho is married and has eight children — 4 boys and 4 girls. The family resides at 1226 East Call. Electric Clothes Dryer Weather Is Here An automatic electric clothes dryer is good to have all 12 months of the year, but it's most appreciated during the cold, raw months of fall and winter. Why not see the new models at your Algona electric appliance stores now ? Algona Municipal Utilities "MVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY"

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