The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1954 · Page 2
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^ !-AljjSrW (l«.) Uppif Bii Maine* Tuesday, May 18, f $M Burt, Bancroft * ,*- f. $ 4t *.? ' i » S ', v > „ i * • r prop Openers In New Loop Both Kossuth entries in the Faribault county baseball league lost their season openers, Sunday. Bancroft Cropped a 10 to 1 decision at Delvan, and Kiester, Minn, downed Burt, 8 to 6" at Burt In the third loop contest, Bliie Earth b£at Wlnnebago. ' > ', ' i Burt got away to sin early lead, tallying one run in the second, bt|t Kiester tied it in the third and added one in the fourth. Then BUrt had its big inning, counting three, scores. But in the upper half* of >th'e 'fifth, Kiester 'came back with two more and added four in the 8th while Burt was able to push only two counters across in their half of.the same frame. Onam of Kiester hit a home run with the bases loaded to put the f ame on ice for the visitors in the th. Box score (Burt) Play* •'.»••*' AB Ihneh, 3b — i— 5. Stenzel, 2b _.__.5 Hiat.t, cf ... -3 Batt, Ib 4 Oeilenfield. p. — 4 ; KeithfiMji^l--* SoderbergV'lf :-j2 GarmanY If 1 L!__! Behrends",' ff —2 KrullAff -._:.:.l Bristow, p ——1 Holding,; c __.__4 to 0 0 0 7 1, ; 0;; 0' 2 0 0 0 17 _ .-X7'5 , 38 :9 27 7 Geilepfeld 'of- Burt :struck out 14 men' m u eight innings. ' Next Sunday's schedule will find Kiester at Delavan. Burt plays at Blue Earth, and winne- bago • plays at'Bancroft. ; \-H :••£—— — . U.S. Bond Sales In County Good Purchases of series E and H savings Bonds in Kossuth Coun- Hy totaled $140,208 during the month of April, bringing' the four-month total to $761,455 and 52 percent of the 1954 quota. Herman Studer, county chairman of the savings bond division, reported these figures this week. Series E and H bond sales throughout! Jpwa for, the four- morith period' amounted to $64,657,247, an increase of 32 per- cent'over' 1953! "Not only have sales in most Iowa counties been outstanding," Studer said, "but it is encouraging to note that bond owners are continuing to hold them. Of all series E bonds that have matured since 1951, only 25 percent have been redeemed." , Total sales and percentages of quotas attained iri the first four months % 6f 1954 in adjacent counties are: Winnebago, $479,608 and 57%; Hancock, $417,006 and 52%; Humboldt, $423,001 and 52%; Palo Alto, $403,654 and 47% and Emmet, $423,793 and 47%. Kelley Lumber Adds New Yard Mr and Mrs Louis N. Kelley of . Jolley have purchased business property in Ottosen, where they will operate a lumber, hardware and paint store under the name "Kelley Lumber Co." Mr and Mrs Kelley and daughter Margaret Ann will move to Ottosen early this fall. Mr Kfcl- ley will continue as manager of "Westermans" in Jolley until the end of this year. Kelley Lumber Co. also has a retail yard at Sexton, managed by Mr Robert Kelley, son of the owners. Wesley Host To County Legion Wesley — A County Legion meeting was held in the Legion hall here Monday evening, May 10. A group of Brownies presented a "Virginia Reel" dance number which won them a prize on the recent amateur program. Don Hemmingsen of Algona recently elected 8th district commander gave a talk and Pete Schumacher of Whittemore talked about his recent trip tp Germany. Auxiliary members served a lunch. Notice Of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. ' IN DISTRICT COURT No. 6740 April Term, 1954 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Henry T- Bliuner, Deceased, dated November 23, 1948, having been this day filed, opened and read, Saturday the 2,8th day of May, 1954, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; arid at 10:00 o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, gnd show caube, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament oi said deceased. Dated 'at Algona, Iowa, May 14, 1954. Alma Pearson Clerk of District Court. L. A ' v inkcl. Attorney Algona, Iowa (21) Union Aletheans Mary Wd Madonna Efpeldihg were hosts for the 'May meeting of 'the Unfbh' Alethe'a'rt 4- 4 H'cWb f ,- wlth 19 membefs and two leaders present. Talks were given by Gr'aWMoKim, and the hostesses demonstrated -broiling meat. Evelyn McKlrrt was selected as con- vehtirfn delegate,, and Theresa Weydert and Mary Ilia Erpelding for* the district scamp. Dolores Voientine.and Mary*Jlla Erpelding will sing in the Rally Day chorus. Next meeting will be June 4, at .'the Sharon Collins home. Ceremony of Blessed Virgin Held Sunday When Anne O'Brien, Sodality prefect, placed the crown of rosebuds and double daisies on the Blessed Virgin's statue in St. Cecelia's Church, Sunday evening, she ended a, long line of queens chosen to honor the Mother of God within the.-60-year- old edifice. The new church will replace the present structure sometime this year. As maids of honor to Miss O'Brien were Joan StebritZj senior, ahd Rochelle Johnson,, junior. Flower girls Were Agnes Sigsbee, Mary Alice Klein, Sharon McEvOy, Kathy Roth, Inez Knecht, and Judy Murphy. Rev Louis Rossman'of Algona, told ;the 250 young participants aiid the overflow, crowd to foster devotion to Mary as an assurance of salvation. Benediction of the most Blessed Sacrament was celebrated by the Rev. Harold V. Cooper, who also led the Rosary. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Pi P. Gearen was present in the sanctuary. Senior boys led the Litany of Loretto. Coronation hymns and Benediction were sung by the upper grade and high school children, who participated in the ceremony. In the/ procession Darrell Mergen was crossbearer. Clarence Metzger and Richard Waldera carried the American flag and the Papal flag. Acolytes were James McMahon, David Bruch, Mike Fandel, and Jerry Hobbs. Ushers were Merle Loss and Dennis Gink. - , ( . ' Plan Farm Beef Tour For June 3 Rex Beresford, Extension Animal Husbandryman; Dale Hull, Extension Engineer and Ken Fulk, secretary of the Iowa Beef Association, will be in Swea City, June 3'^for^a tour of beef farms'in that ar«a.?i» • , -.; '..-;" Bill Phelps,' president' of the Kossuth Association and • Ai'mantf Ruppel, ag teacher, have both cooperated to the n'th degree on organizing this project and have announced the Wayne Thompson, O'Green Bros., BilJ Phelps and Albert Anderson farms as sites for the feeding and labor saving management discussions. More details next week. raduate 20 At LuVeme, May 19 i*he 26 seniors of Ltiverne hl&ti will receive .their diplomas .on Wednesday evening, May 19. Jessie M. Parker, state superintendent .cf public instruction, will deliver the commencement "address. Marlin Hefti and the bdys; quartet will furnish the music and Mrs Lucirfda Stone will act as accompanist. ' School will close next Friday, Supt. B. E. Martin' reports. Baccalaureate services .were held, last Sunday evening. Rev Kessinger of the LuVerne Methodist church preached the sermon. Golf Dates Set ' The date for the Algona Amateur open golf tournament has been set for June 12-13 at the Algeria Country Club.' Fred Gordon of Belmond is the defending champion. The meet will be 27 holes of medal play in the championship flight. ' BUY YOUR PAINT HERE NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Outside White PAINT Known At $3.95 Gallon Gallon U SAVE PLENTY Guaranteed To Stay On and To Stay White DIAMOND'S SURPLUS BUY YOUR PAINT HERE ability Only the most skilled lumberjacks are called on lo perform important jobs like Ibis—topping a forest giant for use as a spar tree to move timber in felling operations! Out in the Pacific Northwest where these giants grow, The Milwaukee Road is called on for another very important job — moving the tremendous Douglas fir logs to the mills and the lumber to market. Tin pants, climbing irons, ax, crosscut saw and hig shoulders are t^ia high rigger's equipment. A smooth, heavily ballasted roadway and modern, powerful diesel and electric locomotives are among the efficient tools the Milwaukee uses. The same high level ability with which the Milwaukee serves the lumber industry it also applies to every hauling task. From logs lo glassware, the rule is always "Do it best!" What is your shipping problem? The Milwaukee can provide the answer. Soe your nearest Milwaukee Road agent today. lootof*h,mopl SHIP-TRAVEL H you arj la«lin| tot 9 lilt lor y«gt*u.m.ii, oik vi W. moor d*iiigblf location*. THE MILWAUKEE ROAD BOUU or THI SUPIK OOMI HIAWAIHAS ^ Lhitogo, Milwaukee, $1. Pgul on<< Pgclfic Koilroo<( t i 0; ;jl /I a 'U' -And Help Out Some To Boot! Kids •*••< V TION Entire Proceeds Go For The Junior Legion Baseball Program May 22 "I ain't quite big i enough ... io play Junioi Legion Baseball yet— : not for a couple of years anyway .. . but I .got me a brother that just wants to play on their team the worst way ... and I guess those boys .hope.< you folks will patronize r'lhis b^g auction sale '.' . ; .' ;: so ihey '*• -can keep on playing!" " (THAT'S THIS COMING SATURDAY) At Algona Fairgrounds BEGINNING AT 12 Ndtt^ SWARP Sale Held Outside on Grounds if Weather Is FAIR Sale Held;(n AnrJory On Grounds If Is BAD ^ Offering NEW and USED Merchandise OF EVERY TYPE AND DESCRIPTION - SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY HOUSEHOLD GOODS CLOTHING ^IURNITURE AUTO ACCESSORIES SPORTING GOODS HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS PAINT - MOTOR OIL THEATRE TICKETS ELECTRIC APPLIANCES GROCERIES - POPCORN PET SUPPLIES FOUNTAIN PENS, PENCILS COUPON BOOKS AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION ( LUNCH SERVED ALL DAY! I American Legion Auxiliary ladies will serve lunch at the fairgrounds Legion 1 stand all afternoon. Come oyt when the sale begins at I? N°°n and eat your = lunch right on the grounds while you are watching and bidding at the sale. We welcome bidders from anywhere tp get these BARGAINS! Help Out Junior Legion Baseball You'll be getting full value for your dollar when you attend this Auction Sale — and then some) But we want you to know that the ENTIRE PROCEEDS from this Sale will go to help these boys to have their Junior Region Baseball program . . . and we hope the sale U so successful that it will help the.m through more than one seaspru So come and have spme (un — bid and buy — and get some real merchandise $t some real savings I PALE YUNGE&ERG & ASSOCIATES, Auctioneer; JOHN SPENCER arid FREP DliCKMAN, Clerks DONATIONS GRATEFULLY RECEIVED If ypu have anything you'd like tp denote, to this Sale, fjll out and mail the cpupon below npw. If you want yo\4 can tojrig your items (p the sale grounds on Thursday and Friday this weeHj>j|g9dy, 9 |h*sa,le. There will be someone at the Armory *p jeceive them. TWft&wfcn/wlU *>e alad tP pick up your items at your home, alsp. i ;,. •-,•.' Junior Legion Baseball Auction Day Sntyrdqy, M0y^9 ~ Fairgrounds MARC MQQRI, Chairman " r Box 208, Algona, Iowa NAME ——— ».-, T i. i __. r APORESS I Wish to 9«nete — : __^l-^__^_.' Will Oelivtr ---- T r ——.-- ptffls? fil| F 9 r iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHlllllllllllllllllllllUllllllllllllllllliiiiiiiiiiimminii

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