The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 25, 1957
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Recreation Area Closed It has become nectsmy to iempomily cl * a ass: 6f lltt •*"• ** T been *»mfttalfted !t be Butt. teer". take in ih* St. John's Drops Mason City, 4-1 St. John's of Bancroft remain- Id undefeated by up-ending Mason City's strong Mohawks, 4-1, at Bancroft Tuesday afternoon. The win gave Coach Vince Meyer's team a 3-0 mark and the loss was the first for the Mason City nine in six starts. Each team scored in the second inning and the count remained 1-1 until the bottom of the fifth. Singles by Tom Hatten, Dennis Menke and Dave Schiltz and a wild pitch accounted for the Johnnies' two runs in thai inning, and they added an Insurance run in the sixth. •Menke hurled the first five frames and allowed three hits while Tom Clark came in and gave up a single blow in the final two innings. Menke was the winner, while Bob Byerly took the loss. Menke was also the top sticker ih the contest, with two hits including a double. St. Cecelia 1-0 Winner, St. Joe A single by Tom Fandel, who got both of his team's hits, gave the St. Cecelia Blue Knights a 1-0 verdict over St. Joe in a windblown fray at St. Joe Tuesday afternoon. The game went five innings. Cecil Schilmoeller hurled the win, registering ten strikeouts, and allowing three bingles. St. Cecelia will host Wesley at the KC Park today (Thursday), then travel to Bancroft for a meeting with St. John's Friday. Coach Jim Geelan's crew has a 2-0 record so far. 7 Better 200, Hawkeye Lanes John Rash, Red Stecker and John Interim!! shared top kegling scores at Hawkeyes Lanes this week. Rash included lines of 210 and 200 on his way to a $08 series? Stecker had a 213 and 200 while racking up a 606 series, and Intermill tied Stecker for top line with his 213 count. Other men over 200 included Marty Hamilton 204, Monte Scob- ba 202, Gits Blanchard 20« and Jack Haag 203. $5 Fine — Stop Light Paul W. Opheim of Sexton paid $5 and costs on a stop light violation following a hearing in Mayor C. C. Shierk's court Wednesday morning. V F,W. Marble Tourney Coming Young marble players ate warned to start getting readyI The annual Veteran* of Foreign Wars marble iourna* men! will be held in Algona in ihe near future, sponsored by Post 2541, Watch this papet for dale and location. Isaacsons On Photo Program Nels Isaacson is leaving this week for Gallup, New Mexico, where he and his wife are to lointly present part of a convention program for New Mexico photographers. Among other things, they have made arrangements to photograph Hoof Indians in tribal costume. "Naturally, I'm taking my squaw along," said Nels. Real Estate Men To Meet May 1 A district meeting of members of the Iowa Real Estate Ass'n will be held in Algona, May 1, starting with a noon luncheon at the Algona Country Club. Director John J. Brown of the association will conduct the meeting. Baptist Movie Here Sunday An unforgettable, smile-filled sound motion picture, "Seventeen", will be shown at the First Baptist Church here this Sunday, April 28, at 7 p.m. The picture deals with present- day problems facing high school children and parents all over this country. Guided Missiles Jerry J. Becker, son of Mr and Mrs Wm. T. Becker, left this week for Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, after a one- week furtyugh here. .He has been m^'duty at Camp Chaffee, Ark., and in his new post will' be assigned to 42 weeks schooling on guided missiles. Prior to entering Army service, Jerry attended the engineering school at Iowa State College. Sock Hop Friday The first teen-age dance of the Country Club season — a "sc»k lop" — will be held at the club Friday evening, this week. Mr and Mrs H. J. Cowan and Mr and tfrs E. C. McMahon are chairmen for the event. It is a "come as you are" affair. NOW ON! AT RUSK DRUG price sale \ JL^aM^ _ • «&!**, . - r -Lossy -i » « Regularly** Plus tad AT CONSUMERS] RED RIPE I s TUBE From The Very Finest of Vine — Ripened Rich Red Tomatoes, Picked Ai Their Peak DEL MONTE TOMATO CATSUP Reg. BtU. For • So Delicious-Tasting Because It Is Just Tart Enuf; So Healthful Because It's From Tree-Ripened Citrus DEL MONTE Grapefruit JUICE % e i R , lch/ Deep Red Me «*y Cherries That Come From Sturgeon Bay — And So Perfect For Cherry Pie STURGEON BAY RED PIE CHERRIES • Firm, Tart Sections From Tree-Ripened Fruit — In a Lightly Sweetened Juice DEL MONTE Grapefruit SECTIONS LARGE CRISP HEAD PER HEAD LETTUCE 10« GREEN-TOP RADISHES FRESH GREEN ONIONS Good-Size BUNCHES For WINESAP APPLES..JIbs.49c SPARKS PURE HONEY 2lbs.49c Florida Gold Frozen ORANGE JUICE J for 98c ; ~™^™—^—^^—"1^™>«^^^^™««^H«B««BBBB Pillsbury Flour The AH New For Ihe woman who wants homemade eoodneu in every cake she bakes. SO-Ib. bag 89 SAVE 13< on Pillsbury OafcA CARAMEL NUT ROLLS with coupon inside specially marked packages o/ Pillsbury Angel Food TEA POT and COZY qnd the top from any package of UPTOM "** TEA OR TEA BAGS * , WHITE TO UPTON. BOX 456. N. Y. 46, N. Y. BOX TOP SPECIALS 16 Tea Bags ... 25c Site Cons For Grape 6-OUNCE JAR Everything Here For 'OUTDOOR GOURMETS' IN OUR SPECIAL MEAT SECTION STEAKS - CHOPS - HAM WEINERS - GROUND ROUND BROIL CHICKENS - SAUSAGES We CUT and TRIM Your Steaks To the Thickness You Prefer For Outdoor Broiling; We Grind The Round When You Ask For It; We Give You EXACTLY What You Want For Charcoal, for Open Fire, For the Spit ... For The Best in OUTDOOR EATING I FRESH-GROUND, tEAN, ALL-MEAT • f'-i GOVT.-GRADED U S. CHOICE' BEEF ROAST CENTER CUTS PREMIUM QUALITY - ULTRA TASTY SWIFTS Smokies ONE FULL PACKAGE mmmmmmmammmmmumm TOP-FRESH, AND EXTRA LEAN VEAL CUTLETS NO WASTE SWIFT'S WORTH-MORE SLICED BACON L9, PKG. 390 THE FAMOUS BRITT RINGBOIOGM IB 480 Refresh am with RIAL Welcome Pardners! GOLD INSTANT ORANGE 'GOOD VALUE' BRAND SALAD OO Dressing Uu FULL QUART JAR CONSUMER'S We Give JM Green Stamps NOW AT CONSUMiRS: 5EID POTATOiS, ONION SiTS, GARDE N AND UWN SEED! TOMAff %*m WiftfS

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