The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1957 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 31, 1957
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January 31,1957 •nfUJ-rrriii Igona tipper January 31, 1957 Eagle Grove Next Foe of Algona HI Here On Friday Another Top Loop Team To Contend With Algona 4*H Club The Algona 4-tt club met at the home of Wayne Patterson with ten members and three new members present. A discussion topic was given by Allan Bode. Lunch was served and games were played. EGGS On the Ed Nicolaisen -farm, near Andrew, ,a hen recently Jaid an egg, as large as a goose-cgj; with a second complete egg on the inside. Have It filled now I Bring your doctor's prescription here for prompt, careful compounding and friendly, personalized service. We have a complete modern pharmacy for all your needs. Phone 252 BCTT THUENTE PHARMACY OUR BUSINESS IS PROTECTING YOUR HEALTH Algona's Bulldogs gave league leading Clear Lake a real scare before falling to the Lions, 74-63, here last Friday night. Coach Harold Shugart's team, still searching for conference win number two and win number three for the season, will host Eagle Grove's tough Eagles in the high school gym here tomorrow night. The Eagles, who have been in the thick of the North Central Conference race all season, downed the Bulldogs, 6353, when the teams met at Eagle Qrovo Dec. 14. _ The Bulldogs chalked up the first four points against Clear Lake, but the Lions got in gear midway through the first .period and with Tom Fankell counting ten points grabbed a 16-10 lead at the end of eight minutes. Algona's Bob Slobe and Ted Finley headed' a second quarter rally that put the locals right back in the thick of the battle. Clear Lake maintained a six or eight point lead until just before the half when the Bulldogs cut the lead to 30-27. The Lions, with Friest, who was the determing factor in the game, hitting most of the points, raced away to a nine cushion through the fjrst six minutes of the third round, but once again Algona rallied'to cut the edge to 52-48 at the three-quarter mark. When Fankell fouled out in the, fourth stanza it was apparent the Bulldogs had another opportunity. However, three of the gu*^||M^«|^^g^|j^g^^^jgjj^^^^^j|^^gj|g^g^^^^^^—^™™^™gg^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__^ TC^\ Koswnt COUNTY " JS P OUT S locals, Howie Funk, Jerry Hupp and Finley left the game-with five personals, and Clear Lake sewed it up. Four Bulldogs got into double figures in the scoring, cftlutnh, but it was the outstanding snoot' ing of Sloba that kept the locals in the game. He counted 23 points, high for both teams, and on offense outshone the great Fankell. Rupp added 15 points, Funk and Finley ten each to the Algona total. Fankell led Clear Lake with 22, followed by Friest with 18 and Stoyles with 12. , The Lions actually won the game under the boards as Algona couldn't cope with the big two boys, Fankell and McDonald. Several violations also seemed to cut Algona rallies short during the game. Algona's B-team came up with one of the finest rallies of all time to take the curtain-raiser 54-52. The local Bs trailed 4126 at the end of the third period, but came up with 28 points in the last round, a four point a minute clip, while holding the unnerved little Lions to 11. Pat Kain, who had 13 points, was the top scorer for the little Bulldogs, 'but if a star is singled out, it has to be Jerry Mansor, who generally disrupted the Clear Lake offense and counted 12 points, all during the final two periods. Burl Cagers Make It 18 For Season Burt romped to its eighteenth straight win and remained undefeated with an easy 70-46 verdict over Swea City at Burt Friday night. The Bears, led by Jerry Carman and John Smidt, got away to a 17-7 lead in the opening quarter and remained in front all the way. The winners led 34-22 at the half and 53-32 a the three-quarter mark. Garman was the game's top scorer with 25 points. Smidt tossed in 22 and Gary Giddings added 14 to the Burt total. Abbas led the losers with 20 points while Lund accounted for 16 , Swea City took the B-team game 38-33,.after trailing by 10-2 at the .end of the first period Johnson got 19 points for Swea City, while Hadley Castor notched 12 for Burt. Second Place, County Meet Many Relatives And Friends At Erdman Rites LOOK WHAT Manufacturer'! Suggested Price for thli Golden Rocket 88 2-Door Sedan (Including Delivery and Handling Charges and Federal Excise Taxes). Transportation charges, state and local taxes, accessories and optional equipment/ Including Jetaway Hydra-Malic Drive, radio and Dual-Range Power Heater, additional. Prices may vary with Individual dealer pricing policies. ' ROCKET H 2-DOOR SEDAN. Wesley—Out of town relatives who attended the funeral of Alfred Erdman Tuesday morning, Jan. 22 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church include Mrs Martha Albrecht and Kenneth and Mr and Mrs Gene Albrecht of Rockwell City; Bernard Erdman of Cedar Rapids; Lowell Erdman of Decorah; Carrell Erdman of Spencer; Leo Bleich and his daughter, Mrs Jack Bonn of .Ames; Mrs Lucy Conley ot Llvermore"'and Mr and Mrs Gene Wolfe and two daughters of Ames. Mr and Mrs Tom Sherman of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Lewis Gil bride, Mr and Mrs Wm. Mayer and Mr and Mrs Joe Balk, Algona; Mr and Mrs Lyle Nelson, Mrs Lucy Conley, Livermore; Mr and Mrs Leo Arndorfer, Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Francis Kramer, Swea City; Mrs W. C. Carroll, Clear Lake; Mrs Clem Gadd, Mr Leo Schnure, Fort Dodge, Wendell French, Mr and Mrs Mel Griffin, Algona; Mrs Mary Groff, Mr Wm. Groff, Mallard; Mrs Walter High, Miss Nellie Easton, Emmetsburg. Cub Scouts Meet Cub Scouts met Monday, Jan. 21st, with the Pen Mother, Mr.3 Don Kraus, and they made foil plaques for their handcraft project. Miss Marian Warner, a houseguest in the Kraus home gave a talk on Boys in India. She is a Missionary home on furlough. Here For Funeral Paul Erdman came home Monday, Jan. 21, from a 6-week stay with a daughter, Mrs Wayne Clegg and family of Eaton Rapids, Mich. He came to attend the funeral of his brother Alfred Erdman Tuesday morning. C. D .of A. Party The C. D. of A. held its regular meeting Wednesday evening, ment, ore shown above. fell to Burt, 46-44, in the finals of the Kossuth County Basketball Touttia- Wendell Schutjer A Dennis Krominga, Craig Sathoff, t RiULtl g «'w a SV ow 'u are f-ft 11 ! 1 ?.^ 83 ' Wende " Schutjer, Dennis Krominga, Craig Sathoff. Hinnh te, % e £ l Loe ^ h u en ' JB ^ 1 A ^. a ?, and Coach Harold Rood - In fr °nt. left to right, Richard Hench, Duane Beenken, Richard Trunkhiil, Richard Mayland and Jack Trunkhffl. finniT TU ans downed Swe a City, 47-44, Ledyard, 63-54, and Grant, 50-47, on their way to the mmfpr n™ iK m \i * l- eason - ma , rk which indude s three defeats at the hands of Burt. (Upper Des Moines Flashfoto-Engraving) i»»l*e *n -I-*.-,-. . <•>$" | Whittemore Runners-Up g-s Following the business I valentine party on Wednesday bridge and 500 were evening, February 6 r.,,«ni. M-,™- . - , Mildred Arndorfer,' Ruth Sch- Jan. 23 V meeting played. Lucille Nelson and Pauline Pfeffer won high score prizes in bridge, Josie Gouge and Minnie Frirnml in 500.- Clara Haverly received the door prize and Mary Wingert the lucky cup prize. Mary • Richter, Mary Krieps, Viola Loebig, Marcelle Studer, Angeline Foertsch and Theresa Otis were on the serving com- cittee. Elizabeth Hildman, Shirley Lickteig, Mary Rockwood, Anna Hirner and Mildred Vitzthum were on the entertainment committee. The next meeting will be WITH 4-BARREL CARBURETOR, CUSTOM TRIM, KING-SIZE 8.50x14 TIRES „ Plus All These Other Extra-Vo/ue Features of No Extra Cost I BIG.CAR BENEFITS- Two-Tone Accent Styling 122-Inch Wheelbase 4091 Pounds BIG Big-Car Roominess HHo Bumper Protection ROCKET T-400 ENGINE- 277 Horsepower 4QCMMt, Torque 371-win. Displacement 9,5'to*! Compression Ratio Ci filter WIDE-STANCE CHASSIS*. New 8*lnch-Wider Frara« 14-Inch Wheels Pivot-Poise Front Suspension wffli Counter»Div« Outboard-Mounted Rear Shock Absorbers Dual Center-Control Steering lUXURY-CAR FEATURES- Fashion-Firm Seats Strut-Mounted Instrument PaoeJ with Metal Seat Side Panels Deep-Recessed Safety Steering Wheel Telltale Instrument tights 12'Volt Electrical System Printed Electrical Circuit Dual Horns Turn Signals Dual Illuminated Ash Receivers Twin Sun Visors Crank'Operated Vent Pgnw FooNQperoted Pgrking Brake r**i 4 DEMONSTRATION 0 ft! V f OL.DSIVIO QUALITY DEAL AT YOUR OVERALLS You can't beat the neat, crisp look of those Big Smith Overalls I They're tailored to fit in four rises for short, medium, tall and extra tall men, with graduated bibs. And they're made of tough, 8 oz, Sanforized denim that holds its shape and good looks through many, many washings! Vf IT'S 8/G SMITH, IT rail BIG DEPARTMENT rauth, Marjorie Goetz, Josie Gouge, Irene Hanig and Agnes Lickteig will be on the serving committee. Elaine Downs, Min* nie Bleich, Wilma Froehlich, Josie Lickteig Mary Thomas and Rita Youngwirth will be on the entertainment committee. A New Arrival _ A baby boy was born Saturday night, Jan. 19 to Mr and Mrs Kenneth Forburger ini the Britt hospital. The tpoupSi and 4 ounce infant has beftt - named Koland. His eleven months old brother Randall was cared for in the Larry Youngwirth home. Mrs Forburger is the' former Darlene Lickteig, daughter of Mr and Mrs Urban Liekteig and she and son were brought home Friday. Mr and Mrs Tom Forburger are the children's paternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs Dwight Bruns and three children went to Hum* boldt Sunday, Jan. 13 to visit their former neighbors, Mr and Mrs Glenn Fuller and family and Mrs Fuller's father, John O'Brien who is staying in the Fuller home while his wife is hospital ized in Iowa City. The 3 Cub Scout Dens and the Den Mothers, the Mesdames James Olsen, Fred Thomas and Don Kraus will have a pot luck supper and pack meeting in the Legion Hall Monday, Feb. 4. August Garman and Katherine Williams were brought home Monday, Jan. 21 from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he had been following a stroke and she Wm. Hrubes, low score prize and Ed Hymes, lucky prize. Mr and Mrs Hrubes -will entertain .the group on Tuesday evening, Fe*b> 5th. Mr and Mrs Tom Becker and family were Sunday, Jan. 20th guests in the Roger Doughan home ; in Clarion. -: Mr and Mrs Frank Hilfaert Jr. of St. Joe were Sunday after* noon, Jan. 20 guests in the Tom Beokgr home. > Mrs' Oscar Anderson and son, Lowell of San Jose, Calif, came Thursday, Jan. 17 for a visit with her sister, Mrs Percy Carlsson and husband. Lowell -'left- Tuesday, Jan. 22, for his home as fee is a high school'student, Mrs Anderson will indefinitely here. .' "•; Rev. and Mrs Percy had surgery. The Catholic Missionary So- <w *«*- »p »• -»-••««>* i^Mr *>**** WCA^M JT fc^VJIT ciety met Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 23. Mrs George Vit?thu«i and Mrs Gaylon Vitzthum served lunch. The Society will meet again Wednesday afternoon, 6. Mr and Mrs Harold Weber tertained the. Sutz Us 500 evening, Jan. 91. wo» mJgb. Albert and their house guests, Mrs .Oscar Erickson and son Lowell of San Jose, Calif, were Sunday, Jan. 20th guests in the Lester Larson home. Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner, Jimmy and Debbie and Anna Flom were also dinner guests in the Larson home. Joe Eisenbacher is spending several weeks visiting his broth-, er-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ben Faurot in Los Angeles, Cal. and Mr and Mrs Ole Holt in Ta* coma, Wash. Sunday dinner guests a,t ,the Leonard Arndorfer home were Mr and Mrs Elmer Poughan and Audra Ann and Mr and tor Loebijg and Kay. The honored Danny Arndorfer- W ho wiU be 15 years old on Jam 30 and Mrs Doughan who nad a birthday, Jan. 2a. Oddfellows entertained their wives and the Rebekahs and &eir husbands Wednesday evening, Jan. 23 in their hall. It wi farewell party for Mr and » Arnold Struthers, who wtti move this week from a fawn Verne to

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