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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 17, 1957
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COUNTY CAGE FINALS THIS WEEK Tifonka Host On Friday, Saturday Nife Play in 1he Kossuth County Basketball Tournament moved into the final half of the semifinals at Ledyard and Whittemore Jast night (Wednesday). In games Tuesday night, four team? advanced into the semifinals, two at each site. The re- Bulls of all games to date: At Whittemore Lone Rock fi3, Fenton 32 (girls) Lone Rock 54. Wesley 53 (girls) Whittemore 59. Fenton 42 (boys) Hurt 70, Whittemore 42 (boys) ' At Ledyard Lakota 55, Seneca 36 (girls) Lakota 54, Ledyard 34 (girls) Lakota 50. Seneca 32 (boys-) Titonka 47. Swea City 44 (boys) Grant 44, Lakota 40 (boys) Lakota will meet the winner of the Titonka-Grant game in the girls finals at 7 and Grant will tangle with the winner of the Titonka-Ledyard match in the boys finals .at 8:15 p.m. tonight (Thursday) at Ledyard, while Lone Rock meets the Whittemore-Burt winner in the girls finals at 7 and Burt will meet the Lone Rock- Wesley winner in the boys finals at 8:15 p.m. at Whittemore, also tonight (Thursday). Winners of games on tap Thursday night will then advance to the finals at Titonka. Girls finals, which will pit the north and south half -champs against each other, are slated Friday, with the boys finals Saturday night. • Trophies will be awarded to the champions, second, third and fourth place finishers in both divisions. Burt Sews Up State Line Loop Honors 'Burt stitched up its second undefeated State Line Conference championship/and remained unbeaten through 14 games with a resounding 66-35 win over Thompson at Burt Friday night» The girls came through in the opener, 34-33. The boys contest was Burl's all the way. With Jerry Carman and John Smidt hot from the start, the Bears rolled into a 17-5 lead at the quarter and a 31-10 bulge at haiftime. The winners were ahead, 48-20, at the three- quarter mark. Garmani led the attack with 27 points, while Sinidt got 21 and Gary Giddings ten for the winners. Clark topped Thompson with 13 points. The; win gave Burt a 10-0 conference record. Burt was in command of the girls game until ttie closing minutes, when Thompson almost upset the apple cart. Burt led, 9-7, at the quarter, 21-9 at the half and 29-20 at the end of three periods. Lois Lichter got 18 points and Barbara Dremmel 14 for Burt, while Wirth had 24 for "the losers. High Man For Bowling Week Vern Teeter took both ends of the kegling honors at Larry's Lanes this week as he tossed a 218 for 'high single line and put it with a 196 and 208 for a 622 series totaj, . Other men over 200 included) Soup Briggs 200, 208, 208, Merle Loss 204 and C, McGinnis 212. Monday $k>e W L KCs't'^-— ....... 61 , 11 Moose --i,,,— ,-, ----- 56 12 J4»Ber High I4fe —-,45 23 Bode Billiards „,„ — 38 34 i AJgona Rendering —.33 39 Clark Grain ....... --19V4 52& Bpde D-X - ........... WVi 53Mt Hamm's .„ — ,-„— 13 59 Tuesday Purple W I* Zende/s „;„ ........ 53 19 Hwnro's „„„ .......... 42 30 KyVCh«mplin ...... 40 33 lorry's ,.,,.-- ......... 39 29 Paul Seeley Farms ...39 33 N. Cent Pub. Serv ---- 36 32 £ ft L. *.,„».*--. ,,— 20 43 Qjd Style .•"-*--—--- 9 59 Wesley Pirates Drop 2 Tilts Wflitf «- The Wesley Pirates •were cold in th e first half a* Hayfieid, Friday evening and were never able to over-come the 23 to 12 baJftirae lead. Haylieid won, SO to 89. Tom Root and WilWS Krdin&n led Wesley scoring Wttto Jf§»d 8 points respectively. Cfcwek L«iere led Hay-field with leading in three quar- rls lost to Hay- The half -time 31 in favor of fourth quarter with -. 'dart! 6-AI0ona (la.) Upper Dti Mefntt Thursday, January 17, 19$? COUNTY •*! P ORT S Academy Five , Opens Diocesan Meet, Sunday St. Joseph's of Mason City made a red-hot third period rally good for a 71-52 win over St. Cecelia at Mason City Sunday afternoon. The Jo-Hawks registered a 69-52 verdict over the locals here in a previous meeting of the two teams Nov. 25. Coach Jim Geelan's outfit will carry a 5-8 season record into the diocesan tournament at Fort Dodge, which begins Sunday. The locals tangle with Carroll Kuemper Sunday night in their first round game. With Jini Cink, Warren Bebo and Cecil Srhilmoeller leading the way, the Knights stayed with St. Joseph's most of the first half Sunday. The home club managed a 17-13 lead at the end of the first period, and upped the margin to 33-28 at haMtime. After the intermission, the lid blew off. With four men taking .turns hitting 'the hoop, the Mason City five raced to a 56-37 lead at the three-quarter mark, outscpring the locals 23-9 during the eight minutes of play. The final'round was all even, but the damage had been done. Cink topped the Knights In scoring with "18 points, while Bebo and Schilmoeller each added 10. Mullan, Reardon and Smith each got 14 tallies and Moreland 13 for the winners. Cink's all-around play made him the top man on the court. The local 1 B-team fell, 32-28, in the curtain-raiser, despite the 16 point output of Schneider, who topped both teams in scoring. _ \ Lone Rock Girls, Fenton Boys Win • Lone Rock and Fenton shared a pair of basketball wins at Lone Rock Friday night. The home girls took the curtain - raiser, 73-43, while the visiting boys grabbed the finale 50-47. The gjrls game was settled early. Lone Rock bolted ahead 20-10 at the quarter, led 36-21 at the half and 62-30 at the end of three periods, Schrader got 29 points, Marlow 21 and Betsride points, Marlow 21 and Bierstedt 15 for 'the winners, while Randolph got 25 and Voigt 16 for Fenton. Lone Rock led most of the way in the boys contest. The home team trailed 15-11 at the quarter, then held the upper hand 24-19 at halftime and 39-34 at the three- quarter mark. A late Fenton rally salvaged the win for the visitors. Waite had 14 points and Dreyer 12 for Fenton, J. Ramus notched 17 and Schadendorf ten for the losers. 37-6 Victory For Grapplers Algona high school's grapplers, who have shown improvement during ,the present campaign, chalked up their second win in six starts with an easy 37-6 verdict over Northwood here Wednesday night, Jan. 9. The Bulldogs hosted Mankato here* last night, but will not be back in action until Iowa Falls comes ito town for a duel meet Saturday night, Jan. 26, The locals won four matches from Northwood on falls. Arnold Braun, 112 pounder, Larry Wyatt, 127 pounder, Francis Bjustrom, 138 pounder, and Richard Olsen, 145, Hhrew their opponents. Wyatt registered the quickest fall Algona took the 95 Ib. weight by forfeit and got the rest of its points on decisions by Leon Scheppman, 103, Mike Seller, 133. Gary Jennings, 154, and Parrel Davis, 165. Two Houses Sold Whittemore «~ Jn a deal made last week Monday. Simon Weber bought the late Elizabeth Eiesle home from Mr and Mrs Daniel Foley, in the west part of Whittemore. In another deal which was made Friday, Mr and Mrs Woodrow Russell bought the late Frank Bestenlehner home i 3 Area Sites For Sectionals Opening Feb. 25 Three sites in this area, Titonka, Corwith and Ringsted, will host sectional boys basketball tournaments the week of Feb. 25 to Mnr. 2. The Iowa High School Athletic Association announced pairings for the tournaments last weekend. At Titonka Class A — Swea City vs. Bancroft St. John's, Wed., 7 p.m.; Algona vs. bye; Titonka vs. Buffalo Center. Mon. 7:30 p.m.; Semifinals Wed.. 8:30 p.m.; Finals Friday, 7:30 p.m. At Ringsted Class B — Seneca vs. Fenton, Tues., 7 p.m.; Ledyard vs. Burt, Tues., 830 p.m.; Grant vs. Lone Rock, Wed., 7 p.m.; Dolliver vs. bye; Ringsted vs. Lakota, Mon., 7:30 p.m.; Semi-finals, Friday, 7 and 8:30 p.m.; Finals, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. At Corwith Class B — Woden vs. Crystal Lake, Mon., 7:30 p.m.; LuVerne vs. Algona St. Cecelia's, Mon., 9 p.m.; Godfied vs. Bode St. Joseph's, Wed., 7 p.m.; Corwith vs. bye; Wesley vs. Klernme, Mon 6 p.m.; Semi-finals, Friday, 7 and 8:30 p.m.; Finals, Saturday, 7:30 p.m. The winner of the class A tourney at Titonka will meet the winner of Webster City's sectional at Rolfe, Monday, Mar. 11, at 8:30 p.m. Winners of the Class B tourneys at Corwith and Ringsted will tangle at Rolfe, Monday, Mar. 11, at 7 p.m. The state tournament series as set up this year will end with only two days of action at Des Moines, with eight other sites furnishing the finalists, four each in class B and class A. St. Johns Still In Loop Race Four teams remain in the running for the North Central Catholic Conference basketball title as the season enters the final weeks. Of the four, Emmetsburg' Catholic and Pocahontas Catholic are tied in the top spot with identical 3-1 won-lost records. St. Joseph's of Mason City is next in line with a 4-2 mark and St. John's of Bancroft, although only half a game out, of first, is fourth with a 3-2 mark. Only one team, St. Cecelia Academy's Blue Knights of Algona, is out of the running. The Knights have failed to win in seven conference starts. In the freshman - sophomore division, Pocahontas leads with a 4-0 record, with Bancroft next in line with a 4-1 mark. The Pocahontas-St. John's game at Pocahontas last night (Wednesday) was the only one on tap this week. The conference schedule will be completed following the diocesan tournaments next week. Breaks An Arm Cranking Tractor Wesley .— Charles Nygaard broke his right arm while cranking A tractor at his farm home one clay last week. Billy Price pulled ligaments loose in his ankle Tuesday of last week on the public school BOLUS KAO-STREP* As Advertised In Farm & Home Section RUSK DRUG Farmers . .See THE FIRESTONE NEW TREAD , TRACTOR TIRE AD IN THE "Form and Homt In This Nowspsptr BRADLEY BROS. FIRESTONE TIRES COUNCIL MiRutes The City Council met in regular session Dee. 28. 1958 with the Mayor nnd nil Councilmen present. The minutes of meeting held Der. 12, 1956 %vere read and approved. Offer to lease city ground by John Glsch was tabled. Engineer's Certificate stating satisfactory completion of asphalt paving of West McGregor wag accepted. Letter of resignation by City Engineer was read and accepted. Letter from John T. McGuIre requesting name lor street running north of his property was referred to City Engineer. Letter from Stu Albright was read and referred to Airport Commission. Chet Webb application for Taxi license was granted. Jess Lashbrook request for pay for part of earned vacation Was granted. Approved Blanket Liability Policy. Cancelled Earl Miller builder permit since no bond or map showing route was filed. Permission granted to the Mayor to subscribe to the North West Mayor Association. City Clerk instructed to publish notice of public hearing for adopting new milk ordinance for the City. Hearing to be Jan. 18, 1957. Following claims were allowed. Dr. Cameron C. Shierk, salary 150.00 DaVld A. Smith, salary 122.85 Nancy Sands, salary 72.67 Lewis K. Ferguson, salary 19.00 Harry E. Ward, salary 27.21 Albert Boekelman, salary 40.00 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax .-: •-..- 35.60 Byron P. Richardson, council meetings _- - 156.00 V. M. Parsons, coun. meet. -„ 156.00 John Dreesman, coun. meet.— 168.00 Arnold W. Elbert, coun. meet. 164.00 Leon H. Laird, coun. meet. 164.00 Eugene H. Furst.. coun. meet. 132.00 Supt. of Documents, copies of milk ord -.. — 30.00 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., services — 8.00 Matt Parrott & Sons Co., supp. 120.96 Hutzell's, supp. - 4.31 John R. Carroll, legal lees and expenses —- 88.62 Street Fund Jess Lashbrook, salary — 129.38 Albert Pergande, salary ..—... 111.04 Glenn F. Burtis, salary 111.04 Raymond W. Metzen, Jr., salary 88.95 Richard Frambach, salary 93.95 Donald Prow, salary - 108.72 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax - •— 49-50 F. S. Norton & Son, supp. — 1.55 Robert Deal, cutting trees .... 9.00 Reding Bros., labor 2B.SO Northwestern Bfll Tele. Co., services — .—» 10.30 Algona Municipal Utilities, dgt. dept.) services 13,647.49 Algona Municipal Utilities, (water dept.) services 6,466.37 Oibbs-Cook Equip. Co., supp 4.17 Algona Machine Shop, repairs 13.60 Comet Equip. Co., Supp. 49.34 Public Stlett Fund Albert Boekelman, salary 153.20 A. C. Weishaar, salary .- - 130.72 Richard H. Groen, salary 134.02 Ernest W, Hutchison, salary —137.02 Peter C. Jorgenson, salary 120.72 Kenneth J. MeBrlde, salary 109.80 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax - - 47.80 Gopher Shooter's Supply, mdse. 42.85 Al Boekelman, labor 18.00 Struecker's ConOco Serv., gas.. 56.25 F. W. Medhurstt, repairs 2.00 Kenneth Joe MeBrlde, clothing allowance - 8.33 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., services 26.35 Ira Kohl, salary ._ 20.00 Ralph Elbert, salary 10.00 Struecker's Service, gas 4.40 Stouffer Fire Equip. Co.. supp. 32.00 Sanitation Fund Lewis K. Ferguson, salary 150.00 Harry E. Ward, salary 58.97 J.-ime's A. Egll, salary 149.36 Fred Gronbach, salary 97.97 Albert Baas, salary * 155.92 Teresa Norton, salary 68.15 lown State Bank, withholding tax J 14.90 F. S, .Norton & Son, supp. „ 1.50 Dr. F. E. Sawyer, rent 35.00 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co., services - 20.75 Viking Oil Co., fuel oil 75.18 Algona Machine Shop, repairs 5.30 Socony Mobil Oil Co., Inc., mdse . 4.20 ThOrpe Wood & Iron Works. repairs — - 8.75 Airport Fund Thorpe Wood 6c Iron Works, repairs - - 54.20 H. J.- Cowan .Contractors & Builder, repairs - 148.74 Algona Municipal Utilities, water 3.00 Debt Service Fund Iowa State Bank, Interest 56.25 Iowa State Bank, interest 33,75 Parking Meter Fund Raymond J. Krebs, salary 129.75 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax : 13.00 Traf-O-Terla System, traffic tickets 250.00 Wiltgcn Jewelers, mdse. 3.25 LEGAL NOTICE Kossuth County Agricultural Extension Education Fund receipt and expenditures for the period January 1, 1956 to December 31, 1956. Balance January 1, 1956 • ,?2'$I County Extension Fund iB.400.uo TOTAL RECEIPTS Oiibunements: Salary: County Extension Director County Extension Home Economist County Extension Youth Assistant Office Help .— -V- Federal Social Security — Employer's Share —--—— Iowa Public Employees' Retirement System—Employer s Share Travel: County Extension Director County Extension Home Economist County Extension Youth Assistant Rent, heat, light, janitor —— , Communications: Postage, telephone, telegraph Office Supplies ' Equipment and Repairs Project activity expense. Legal Notice and Bond . Miscellaneous Expense * 16,437.57 2,350.02 1.649.94 2,000.04 2,969.67 5925 259.68 984.56 809.84 1.055.26 1,500.00 346.59 251.41 307.13 587.92 119.88 14.37 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS - $15,265.56 Balance, December 31, 1956 i 1,172,01 State of Iowa , I » . SS I ... * Kossuth County . ,:., | . ... I, Donald G. Budlong. chairman, and it, Ulchard O'Green, treasurer of the Kossuth County Agricultural Extension Council, being duly sworn on oath, state to the best of our knowledge .and belief, that the items included in the foregoing Financial Report are a true and correct statement of the receipts and expenditures of the Kossuth County Agricultural Extension Education Fund. Signed — Donald G. Budlong, Chairman Signed — Richard O'Green, Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th day of December, 1956. Edith Welter, Notary Public (Published Jan. 17, 1957, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) COMPLETE CLOSING OUT FARM Auction Sale The following property will be sold at the farm located 4 nUles North and ¥2 mile West o* Whiilemore, or 6 miles South and l /a mile West of Fenton. on ... Tuesday, January 22 Sale Starts at 1:00 p.m. Sharp, Lunch Wagon On Grounds. Not Responsible for Accidents. 1 Oliver 88 Tractor 1948 With Oversise Pistons, Double Wheel Weights Fluid in Tires & Hyd. Lift 1 Heat Houser for Oliver 88 1 1951 Chevrolet 3-4 Ton Truck In A-l Condition Farm 4-row Oliver Cultivator; Kewanee Wheel Mounted Disk Harrow, 13-ft« 5-in. with Roller Bearings, used two yearw Oliver Plow, 3-16; John Deere Field Cultivator, 14-ft.,» used 3 years,- International 18-fi. Disk, used 3 years? Set Transport Trucks for Disk; AUis- Chalmers Side Rake? 2*row JHC No. 14 Corn Picker; IHC Bndgate Seeden King & Hamilton 44-ft. Elevator, wide type with Power Take-off Drive; Stan Hoist; New Idea N* 12 Spreader* IHC 10-ft, Binder; 17'ft, Land Roller; 24-ft. John Deere Harrowi 2 Rubber Tire Wagons with FUre Boxes; IQ-it. E. Z, Flow Fertiliser Spreader; 2-wheel Heavy Duty Trailer, 8x14; IHG Hay Loader; 6-row Sprayer to Mount on Tractor; Flat Rack, 8' x 14'; Hudson Heavy Duty Pump Jack; IHC Gas Engine, 2 h.p.; 2-wheei Covered Fishing Trailer, 3' x 9'; Red River Special Threshing Machine, 36 x 60. ALL THIS MACHINERY IS IN A-l CONDITION AND ON RUBBER. Buildings 1 Brooder House, 12 x 16 1 Brooder House, 10 x 14 I Portable Ho? Shed, 9 x 18 } Walk in Hog Feeder. 150-bu. Miscellaneous Hinman 2 - unit Milking Machine; 2 El«. Janwiway Brooders, $00 capacity; 2 Hay Bunks, 5 x 20) Feed Bunk, 3 x 0; 3 Round HOB Feeders, 1C* . and 6»bu.; Steel Tank, t x Un* of WOflK SHOP T00W - AU A-» Cowdttion TERMS: Caih, or make arrangements with your bank before sale i No property to be removed until seWed for. C. W. ELBERT, Owner lortvit it 4foJ»» Ban*, Auctioneer*. Utetnore- Magee-Haie Park-6-MeteT Co., • mdse S13.81 SCHULT2 BROS. U-i-e-d C-a-r-8 1954 Custom - lift* Fotd. V-8, radio, heater, difeetienal ti$nals. 1951 Studefatket Commander convertible, radio, hftaiet, dir. ftignal* ajtd otetdtiva, 19SO Chrysler Wittdttf, radio. heater, and ulira-mallc. Ml the above cart ate very clean and have tint elai« rubber. SCHULTZ BROS, Phone 97S-W , S. Phillip Si. 1953 Studebaker Commander 4* door, auto, trans., radio, heater, clean as a whip, 19SO Studebaker Champion 4«d* M exceptionally clean It neat, CAftfc 6P fItAftRS To all Super-Vaiu stoves in this area responsible for sponsoring TV show 6n KQLO. I wish to express my sincere thanks after winning the $150 prize recently. Mrs Frank Fox and son, Billy, Wesley. ft* CAftD OF THANKS I wish to thank all who sent cifts, cards and flowers to me while in the hospital. Your kindness was deeply appreciated. Mrs Oliver Mathsori. d Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the many kind friends for their cards, flowers and general thoughtfulness while I was in the hospital. Mrs Cleve Stewart. 3* CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all who remembered me with cards, gifts and flowers while I was m the Fort Dodge hospital. Mrs Alfred G. Miller, LuVerne. 3* IF YOU WANT the most dependable Bottle Gat service, suggest you call 221-W for genuine Skelgas. 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