The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1957 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 11, 1957
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April 11,1957 &lsona Upper April 11,1957 IT'S MEWS — WE WANT II PHI., APRIL 12lh See Leo's Pioneers ott KGLO-TV This date Leo & His Pioneers SAT., APRIL 13lh -19.1. WHITE & Easier Sunday APRIL 21 JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra Ladies Wear Your Easter Bonnets Wil^ Buy One Henry Dontje New Head Of P.T.A. At Ledyard Ledyard ~ P.T.A. met Monday, March 25 for their March meeting. Mrs Cyril Miller, Mrs Ray Winters and Mrs- Lavern Edwards? were the program committee for the following program: Saxophone quartet — Ruth Ploeger, Armon Rhoda, Joyce Menke and Paula Nit?.. Flute quartet — Ann Egesdal, Virgil Wallentine, Ruth Wallentine afid Pam Keil. Solo—Janet Johnson accompanied by Ann Egesdal. Mrs I. E. Wortman of Lakota QUALITY CHICKS AND FEEDS Started Chicks On Hand Stop in and look at these fine chicks. Early chicks will pay more profit from HAMILTON'S HATCHERY in Wesley, or call Algona or LuVerne stores. Order by Telephone Wesley - 3631 LuVerne - Turner 2-3218 Algona - CY 4-4324 "" •'' -' '• • ; FLOWERED STRAWS! 8 and 3? 8 chooee a prettier hot from Penne/$ for 0 prettier you at Easter! , » . Penney's garden of spring millinery , t most beautiful flower-freshened strews in the fashion parade! Choose the new silhouettes designed to flatter you today 1 .. , . all to Ittgly Penney prlttd, yew'U want showed slides she had taken on her recent trip to Germany and Russia, and gave a talk. Solo — Mrs Henry Dontje accompanied by Mrs Kenneth Busch. - i Mrs William Klinker' presided for the business meeting the main item being the election of officers with the following being elected: President. Henry Dontje; vice president, Mrs Ray Winter; secretary, Mrs William Fenncma; treasurer, Melvin Logeman. Since the next meeting falls during Easter vacation it has been moved*to April 29th instead of the regular day April 21st. Lunch was served by the following committee: Mrs Marvin Blome chairman, Mrs Glen Johnson. Mrs J. Ingibritson, Mrp Ervin Johnson, Mrs Duane Johnson. Mrs Adam Wilhelmi, Mrs Willis Pingel, Mrs Chris Engelbarts, Mrs John, Orvick, Mrs Roland Smith Jr., Mrs Kenneth Beck, Mrs Carlin Egesdal and Mrs Frank Rotterman. Dies In Arizona Mrs A. Munyer of Rugby, North Dakota, mother of Mrs Mary Bashara and Fred, Munyer of Ledyard and Edward Munyer of Elmore passed away at the hospital in Phoenix, Ariz, on Friday after an illness of some duration. She and son Ted have been in Arizona all winter for her health. Funeral arrangements were not complete >at this writing but her sons from here went to North Dakota on Monday. Mrs Bashara had gone to Phoenix last week by plane to be. with her mother. The second meeting of the Teen Age Drivers Club was held at the school in the gymnasium, Tuesday, March 26th with about Here's a Simple Tested Plan to MAKE MONEY! If you need funds for special expenses, wriie today for our tested NO-RISK, NO INVESTMENT plan to raise funds. It's easy and lots of fun selling famous Kitchen-Fresh Peggy Ann Fine Candies. Groups across the country are making hundreds of dollars now with our new 40% profit plan I FREE Write today for your Folder and complete details on our NO-RISK, NO- INVESTMENT plan I" " 47 students present. A lunch was served by Senior girls, Ann Egesdal, Ruth Wallentine, Ruth Ploegep, Shirey Udstuen, Marilyn King and Karen Anderson. Mr and Mrs Maurice Keil are the parents of a baby boy born Saturday, March 23rd at the Buffalo Center Hospital. He has been named Scott. John Carpenter who attends Coe College, spent last weekend at home visiting his parents. Jeane Brandt, who attends Luther College in Decorah, spent the weekend visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Brandt. Mr and Mrs Albert Looft and Gretchen went to Des Moines on Friday and spent the weekend with his sister, Mrs Edith Anderson. Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel spent Sunday at the Tilmer Halvorson home, in Blue Earth. Mrs D. B. Mayer went to Des Moines on Thursday evening and visited over the weekend at tha home of her daughters, Mrs George Goniiis and her husband and family and with Peggy Mayer. The Esther Circle met at the church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Harold Wentworth and Mrs Zilphy Hardt as hostesses. The Mary Circle .met that evening at the home of Mrs Dale Canfield. Mrs Norris Hines gave a review. Mrs Tim Doocy who had'been in Naeve Hospital in Albert Lea for the past several weeks following surgery was able to come home on Saturday. The Ray O'Dells of Wyoming have been visiting this past week at the Robert and Alfred Barslow homes and. with relatives in Bancroft. St. Joe, Grant Cage Winners Fine Candies Since 1932 Department 21C, 620 Second Ave. Des Moines, Iowa Benschoter 219 High At Haw key e Cliff Benschoter's 219 line made him the top kegler at Hawkeye Lanes last week. Other men over 200 were Bob Rusher, 207, Clayt Pittman 206, Jim Walker 213, Chuck Mullin 215, Al Loebig 201, Dwight Cook 201, Louie Gilbride 201, Joe Donahue 202, Art Ashton 213 and Bill Naylor 216. Studer's Stock Farm of Wesley is ten games in front in the American League,, while Ready- Mix holds a slim half-game edge in the National loop. Baseball Candidate Vernon Christoffers, son of Mr and Mrs Ferman Christoffers of Algona, is an outfield candidate on the Valparaiso (Ind.) University .baseball squad. '••-" Vernon, who graduated ironj Algona high last spring, is one of five outfielders bidding for a job. Due to a freshman rule, Valparaiso plays only three freshman games this year, beginning with an April 12 engagement with Thornton JC of Chicago. Young Christoffers participated in football, basketball and baseball in high school. St. Joe's Trojans, winners of the senior title in the recent 4-H basketball tournament, are shown here. St. Joe annexed the championship with a 49-46 win over Grant in the finals of the meet at Bancroft Thursday night, Mar. 28. Shown, left to right, are Barney Thilges, leader and coach, Jerry Weydert, Bob Zeimet, Gerald £?™ n A, Don Wag 1161 ". L "ke McGuire, Dave McGuire, Stanley Klein and Tom Reding. (UDM Engraving) PLANT A MODERN HYBRID — G-75 A DEVELOPED ESPECIALLY FOR THICK PLANTING. G-75A IS THE BEST HYBRID EVER DEVELOPED IN ITS MATURITY. HIGH YIELDS OF QUALITY CORN, ON STANDING STALKS ARE THE MARKS OF THIS GREAT HYBRID, CAN YOU AFFORD TO PLANT ANYTHING BUT THE BEST ? DON'T BE SENTIMENTAL WHERE YOUR POCKET BOOK -T-jj, T~.'Jlltl IS CONCERNED. BUY THE BEST. BUY FUNK'S G, Douglas Mechler — Titonka Jim Christensen — Burt Q. A. Bjustrom — Burt Blaine Saxton — Lone Rock B. Frank Mishler - West Bend Bob Dall — Ottosen A. H. Erpelding — Bode Magnus Rahm — Algona Vincent iisenbacher — Wesley Elmer Kubly — Corwith WE SELL ISO TOX SEED TREATER Winners of the junior division in the recent county 4-H basketball tourney, the Grant boys, are shown above. Grant took the title with a convincing 27-13 win over Garfield in the finals at Bancroft Thursday night, March 28. , In front, left to right, are LaVern Klocke, Keith Waterbury, Elaine Sanders, Mike Koons, Mike Reynolds and Gary Waterbury. In back, left to right, Soren Pedersen, leader, Richard Farland, Jerry Payne, Carl Payne and Sid Payne, leader. (UDM Engraving) Tuesday Fire Call Algona's firemen were called to the home of Wilbert Holldorf on North Jones street Tuesday April 2 at 10:20 when a stoker flared up. Damage was slight t although there was considerable smoke in the house. 11 Lettermen Report For Academy Team; 23 Out UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends How To Plan For Tomorrow Let me give you the benefit of my experience in planning for the future. I can help you be prepared for high medical and hospital bills. Phone CY 4-4529 State & Thorington Sts. Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY ARNIE J, RICKLEFS ATTENTION POULTRYMEN In spite of the reported increase in Chick Sales and Orders this spring, we are able to offer you a contract FOR NOT LESS THAN 5Qc per dozen the year around. We Move Averaged Over 60c Per Doz, Over The Past Two Years, FLQGKOWNERS REPORT OVER $3 PER HEN PROFIT PER YEAR If Interested, Call or Write Us IOWA BROILER EGGS BURT, IOWA PHONE 167 (9ti) St. Cecelia Academy's spring baseball squad got outside for the first time April 1, holding a workout on the KG diamond east of town. Coach Jim Geelan has a nucleus of 11 lettermen of a total of 23 squad members, and expects to build his starting nine around the returnees. He opened workouts last week for batterymen in the gym, but nothing is definite as far as prospects are concerned for the season. In fact, games have not been scheduled to date due to the instability of spring weather in this area. Eight seniors, Tom Fandel, Cecil Schilmoeller, Don Froehlich, Monte Pearson, Dick Ristau, Warren Bebo, Ron Buscher and Henry Thilges; four juniors, John Hood, Jim Hardgrove, Pat Duffy and Jim Cink; four sophomores, Joe Bradley, Dirk Hansen, Joe Smith and John King; and seven freshmen, Bob Kollasch, Leonard Dahlhauser, Mike Prothman, Dick Robinson, Lynn Hansen, Leroy Thilges and Dick Schneider, make up the roster. Mainstay of the pitching staff promises to be Schilmoeller, who has been a starter during three E revious years. The little lefty as turned in some outstanding, games in the past and should be available to handle most of the chucking. Fandel will be the catcher, Froehlich the shortstop, Bebo, first base, Ristau, right field, Hood, second base, Duffy, left field, Dirk Hansen, center field, and Kollasch, third base, according to the first tentative lineup offered by Geelan. However, there could be some battle royals over various positions. An even dozen outfielders are listed, with a definite lack of infield depth on the squad. Jim Cink, Lynn Hansen and Leroy Thilges have been working out on the mound besides Schilmoel- ler, and Geelan hopes they all develop and get a chance to show their stuff. Prothman and Schnei* der, although young, might serve some time during the season behind the plate, giving Fandel some relief. According to Geelan, it is possible quite a few of the boys will get a chance to prove themselves m games once the season gets underway. "Old Hickory," was the nick" name of president Andrew Jack* son. St. Joe, Grant Win 4-H Meet Cage Titles St. Joe and Grant grabbed the 4-H basketball titles with wins March 28 in the finals of the annual tournament played irt the St. John's Academy gym at Bancroft. Grant took the junior title with a 27-13 win in the opener, while St. Joe squeezed out a thrilling 49-46 win over Grant in the senior finale. ^ . Champions a year ago were Wesley's juniors and the Ramsey seniors, with Grant taking secortd in each division. Members of the winning and runner-up teams were- presented with awards and the names of the winning teams will be engraved on the championship plaque. A total of 27 teams were in the running when the tourney got underway three weeks ago. ZekeWinkel Hits Jackpot, Larry Lanes Zeke Winkel was red-hot at Larry's Lanes last week. He tossed a 620 series which included lines of 222 and 252, and grabbed all the top honors. Other men over 200 included A. Wittkopf 206, V. Teeter 213, Merle Moore 214 and M. Eischen 213. League standings: Monday League W KCs 89 Moose 78 Miller High Life 76 Bode Billiards 57 Algona Rendering _„ 47 Bode D-X 39% L 27 34 36 59 69 ._ 76% Clark Grain 38% , 77% Hamm's —— 37 79 Tuesday League w Zender's ._ 79- No. Cent. Pub. Serv. _ 73 , Hamm's ;_ 71 Seeley Farms _ -_ 69 Ky's Champlin ____ 64 Larry's Rec. ___ 53% S & L __-,_ 37 Old Style _._ - .31% 41 47 49 51 56 66% 83 K&E Baseball Season Opens "Seneca — The K, & E. spring baseball program will begin baseball program began Monday, April 8, weather permitting. April 11, Gruver at Seneca, Dollicer at Lone Rock, Whittemore at Fenton. April 13, Whittemore at Gruver, Seneca at Dolliver, Fenton at Grant. April 22, Gruver. at Fenton, Dolliver at Whittemore, Grant at Seneca. April 25, Whittemore at Seneca, Fenton at Lone Rock, Gruver at Grant. . April 28-30, Sectional tourna* ment. May 6, Fenton at Dolliver, Lone Rock at Gruver, Whittemore at Grant. 4 County Cagers Make Honor Roll Only four Kossuth county cagers were named to the honor roll of the annual Des Moines Sunday Register all-state selections released Mar, 3L John Smidt and Jerry Garman, center and forward on Burt's terrific team, Craig Sathoff, Ti« tonka center, and Marlyn Sachs, Lakota forward, were the boys honored. Several North Central Confer, ence players were listed. Terry Roberts, huge Webster City cen«> ter, was named to the third team, John Ptacek, Webster City forward, and Bruce Bremner, Iowa Falls pivotman, made the sixth team, 'and Tom Fankell, possibly the finest all-around performer in the loop, was named center on the seventh team, Jack McDonald and Bill Stoyles, Clear Lake, Bob Van Sickle and Stan Cupp, Eagle Grove, Marv Alexander, Webster City, and Ter Hark, Clarion, made the honorable mention list. Wesley Girl On All-Star Team Julia Raney, a freshman at Clarke college, Diipuqu?, was onj of four in her class recently elect' ed to the college AJlrStar flasket* ball Team at Clarke. In gaining a place on the honorary team, she played guard in the intramural tournament. Miss Raney |§ the daughter oj Dr. and Mrs »«yt Rsnfry, Weslfr#» Founded in 1&43, Clarke is the -----west of the CJhtrity, B There are *•«• iwse* it

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