The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1954 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 28, 1954
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Wins Besch, Mates 19-U Victory pl F West! feefia ' kept- up 'Us ' Winning ways, &nd at the same time mined ^'Homecoming festivities at Graettlnger downing the favored Qraettinger eleven, 19-14, Friday .night " ' Coach J. ,R. Ferguson's team lays h.o'st to SiouK Rapids this riday night, and 'will Attempt to pick up • Win number three. • Graettlnger scored first as Bpnsted swep't end -for 12' yards arid a touchdown in the first period. The point after attempt was good, ' and West Bend was down, 7-0. West Bend came to life with a bang in the Second ' stanza to 'lake the lead. The first TD came on a 66 yard pass from Bob Burns io Larry Bernlnghaus, and "Ted Besch passed 'le Berniii^Hauft fpf, v the point after ' 'lo'"ma'k'e > ii.4:| 7-7... • ;.' v The next counter came minutes later, when Besch, back to pass, couldn't find a receiver open. He yards tb-score, and gave the West Bend outfit a 13-7 half time bulge. West Bend still held its slx- poi,nt lead going into the fourth stanza,' • and a one-yaijd quarterback,sneak, by Don Tabor, capping' a 60 yard drive, put them ahead 19-7. Graettinger scored later in the period on a 35-yard pass from Botlsted to "Ellger good for 3c yards/- Bonsted counted the extra point to make ;it 19-14. •• BescH led his team to the .win as he .gained, 91 yards, in. 11 carries for a nifty 8.75 yard average per carry... Burns.and Dale Jergens were also consistent gainers for the Winners, who held a 294203 edge in rushing and passing gains, during the night. Berninghaus Hurned in another brilliant game-at end. Statistics; ' WB First downs 8 Passes attempted 6 Passes completed 3 Passes int. by _ 0 Yds. passing 86 Punt uve. _ 35. Yds. pen. _ _.. 40 Opp. fumbles rec. —' 2 Yds. rushing ...208 Tot. yds. gained 294 G 12 12 3 2 72 24. 15 0 131 203 'TWO LITTERS ' Oh f the Glen Mick farm near Bedford, a Hampshire gilt far•owed 10 pigs recently. A week* „ _._._.. ... later, she farrowed 11 more pigs. shot .up th« middle and went 41 The second litter did not survive. Swea City Wins 32-13 Victory Mallard Bows To Trojans; Play Tyke Next 8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, September 28, 1954 St. John's Wins Baseball, Sectional, Downing Butt PHO 1403 El Locust St.; Algona, la. I 4|i§jsiy^^ Select-a-Leuel Control •^y^AVES VpER^LEfS'YuCWASH A^YO^Sr]!':: Was/i a Bij Load ... Wash a Medium Load!" Select-a-Level Control Set It, and tub fills automatically to level selected... and you tave even more (Water, Soap, Fuel) with exclutiv* SUDS-MISER1 Suds-Miser stores hot, sudsy water for thrifty re-use. Yours only with fully automatic WASHER 83 Whirlpool not only brings you two-way savings of Suds-Miser and Select-a-Level.. .Whirlpool also offers exclusive new Guide Lite Control. It's the casisM, most accurate "control center" ever seen. 5 YEAR WARRANTY ON IIANSMIUION Come In and tee Whirlpool in action in our tfore! A WEEK alter a small dawn payment lock at these big benefits: • j'uit-right washing for all wash- ablcs, with Delicate Fabric* Guide. • Most thorough rinsing known, with water-thrifty Sevan Rinses. • Clothes-freshening Sun-a- Tlzer Lamp. • Total-Cleansing Aglflow Action. HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE "The Hardware Store On the North Side of rh» Street" St. John's of Bancroft notched 6-0 win over Bu'rt«ih the finals of the fall sectional baseball tournament at Bancroft last Wednesday afternoon and gained the right to enter district competition. The Johnnies: advanced to the 'inals of the sectional with an 11-0 win over Grant in the first 'ound, and an 11-1 win from Ledyard in the semi-finals. Burt downed Lakota, 1T-2,. in its opener, and lione Rock, 6-5, in the semi-finals to meet the Johnnies" in the finals. Tom Lichliter hurled a three- hitter for the Johnnies in his second start of the meet. His opening performance ' in the first round was a no-hit conquest of Grant. . Mike Batt pitched the distance for Burt, and was effective after the first two innings. Burl's fielding was rather erratic in the top of the first when the Johnnies tallied three times, and again in the second when the winners plated' two runs. Burt threatened a couple of times, but no more runs scored untij St. .John's got its final one in the first half oi the seventh.' •'Jim Vaske, sophomore first baseman of the Johnnies, blasted a two-run triple for .the longest hit of the day. Lichliter and Smith, St. John's hurlers, allowed just one run in- 17 irtnings during-the meet.'The Johnnies will enter district play at a site and nounced later.' time to be an- Tyke Indians Bow, 27 Toll ToRufhven Titonka's Indians went down to their second defeat in threfe starts Friday night, as Ruthvente strong outfit ran to a 27-12 verdict over Coach Lyle -Opheim's team. The Indians travel to' Swea City Friday night for an engagement with the Trojans in a Cprn •belt Conference game. •••'-•" a * The Indians and Ruthven bat-" tied through a scoreless first quarter, although the visitors threatensd twke. Ruthven tob'k the opening kickoff and marched 45 yards to the Indian 23 yard line',, but fumbled to end the threat. After a Titonka punt, the invaders put on a 73 yard march to the Titonka 15, but the Indians held and took over. Finnigan finally got Ruthven's first touchdown I early in'the second period on a ^seven-yard end Swea City chalked up its first win of the season Friday night, a 32-13 conquest 6f Mallard, at Swea City. - •Coach Fred Hayeh's team plays host to Tiiohka on Ihe home field, this Friday night in a Cornbelf Conference Frankie Flips Red Hot 28, Hawkeye Loop run. The first play following the kickoff, Indian fans were^ brought to their feet as Martin Norland broke away and went 60 yards for the first Titonka six-pointer, Helmke of Ruthven, a power all night, got the second TD for the winners on the third play after Titonka's TD, going 45 yards to cap a 70 thrust. The Ruthven team then took advantage of a popr Indian punt, with Helmke scoring from the 15, to make ;it 20-7 at the half. It was Helmke again in the third quarter. This time he wen* 45 yards to. make the count 27-6 t The Trojans took the -lead tin the first period over Mallard; and never relinquished it, scoring In every -quarter,- while Mallard counted once ihi the second and again- in- the'third. ^ '/ Swea City led, 8-0, at .the quar* ter, 13<-6, at the half, and 25-13 at the' three-quarter mark. ',.. . Allan Johnson provided 'the spark for the winners, tallying trlree TDs during |he night. His six-pointers came ': on Tuns of seven, 50, arid- 55,' yards. ; Dick Dahl scored the "other two touchdowns from 'one 'yard and ten yards out. Tom Sanftner place- Kicked two extra points.- Richard Schumacher Went 12 yards for one 'Majla'rd score and Larry Fehr scampered 40 for the other. Fehr also "kicked an extra point. ' . . Statistically, the Trojans out- gained the Mallard team'90 yaras, rushing and passing, although the visitors held the upper hand in the air. . • : . Statistics: SC M .First downs -------- 8" 6 "Passes attempted .._ >'3 13 Passes completed ---- 1 • 5 Yds. passing __..___ 40 92 Passes int. by ----- 0 ' -I . Punt ave. ________ . ___ 25. 37.5 Fubles lost __.,__i.-. 1 2 , Yds. penalized _____ 60 40 Yds. rushing ____ —272 130 Tot. yds. gained -—312 222 Preparing For Cattle Congress The Buffalo township "farm bureau women's booth called "Hobbies and Highways to Men-; tal Happiness" will represent Kossutb CoUnty in the booth dis-; play Section at the National Dairy Cattle, Congress this year. Mrs Clarence Brandt, chairman of the project reports that the, booth .will be on display in the Women's & Girl's Building on' the grounds at Waterloo from Sept.' 30 until Saturday, 'Oct. 9. The ijtooth is one of the few selected : frbm Iowa for display and it is ; 'the first time Kossuth County has ever had an e.ntry at the show. ,-, , ,, ,, „. a»d that's the way it stood until I This work was ,the first place* frank Moulton flipped a 233 Sid B^uffington threw a strike .'booth at the County Fair. !:_„ „ , ~ nc . .---«-i"— — -"" uiu ijuiuijgiuji LIUCW a suiKt; line and a 60S series to lead all j to Dave Buffington good for 60 keglers at Hawkeye Lanes this yards and the final Indian TD week. Bob Henderson tossed 606-series for the runner-up spot Bonnie Bradford led the ladies with a 176 line and 451 series count-. Women over 150 included Leona Wilholmi 161, 155, Martha Johnson 155, Dorothy Schmlci 159, Dorothea Moulton 153, Elaine Simmons 161, 162, Bonnie Bradford 169, and Lorain Smith 161 Men over the 200 mark wen Len Stenzel 204, George Boekelman 218, Dick Godfredson 201, Merl Hoover 226, Cliff Benschotei 211, Ray Meyer 215, Ed Wittkopf 202, John Intermill 213, Casey Loss 210, Red Stecker 209, Swede Batt 218, Hank Furst 201, Whitey Voigt 220, 205, Tom Forburger 203, Bill Colwell 217, Gordy Schmidt 205, Jack Dutton 219, 208, J. Anderson 205, Jerry Ferris 215, and Bill Johnson 200. ^ Sjogren's lead the Western, the S & L and Hamm's teams are tied for the top in the Classic, and the Farmer's Co-Op, Wesley, and the Has Beens lead the Mixed League. Standings: Wesiern League W L Sjogren's 11 j Moew's Hibred 10'/2 !'/£ Swartz Hdwe. 9 3 Mutual of Omaha -.8 4 Pioneer Hibred 7 5 Sargent Feeds 7 5 Plantation 5 7 Lone Rockers 4 fj 1'itonka 4 g Kossuth Motor 3'/2 8V 2 Algona Imp. 2 10 Thermogas 1 n Classic League W L S & L 13 3 Hamnvs 13 :< John Deere 12 Burt ~n Beecher Lane 11 Root Hdwe. . 9 West End Billiards 8 Plantation 8 NIACO 5 Seeley Farms 3 State Farm Ins. 2 Miller High Life _. 1 Mixed League W Farmer's Co-Op ..12 Has Beens . 12 Owls _" n Buckaroos 10 Jewels 9 Conoco . _ 8 Alley Cats ~_ 7 Seven-Up 7 Sinclair 7 Vets '_ 5 Mor-Gro 5 Standard 3 4 5 5 7 8 8 11 13 14 15 L 4 4 3 6 7 8 9 9 9 11 11 13 REST AND QUIET At Elgin, Paul Smith collapsed right after his wedding ceremony and his physician has recommended rest and quiet. He'd been ill several days prior to the ceremony. T H JMrst downs 6 -9 Basses, attempted 10 • 4 Passes completed 4 0 Yds. passing,. 7fl 0, Passes int. by „, 0 2 Punt ave. . — ^ 23. 27 ; cTQmbles lost ' 0 2 Yds. penalised 20 45 \'ds. rushing 118 216 Tot. Yds. gained 197 216 GRANDPARENTS Mr and Mrs Robert Cejka became grandparents twice during a recent weekend. One son became father of a boy, another son a father of a girl. Darlene Callies and Betty Hatten of the Buffalo Boosters will be giving their demonstration entitled "Puffs and Fluffs' in the 4»>H girl's contest on Tuesday, October 5 at 12:00 in ths JVornen's and Girl's Building. Robert Johnson, county extension youth assistant, is busily working with Richard Kuecker, Eugene Nurre, Jr., John Helleseth and Alan Peterson on dairy judging practice and they will compete in the 4-H judging contest at Waterloo on Friday, Oct. 1. ADVERTISING hi me Algoni Upper Des Moines readies more families in Kossuth county thac elny other imblicatioa Your Pigs MEAL Fattens Your Hogs MINERAL MEAT MEAL IS GREAT FOR HOGS ON OATS 4 Big Meat-Builciing Supplements All In One Bag ... All At One Low Price FKD S ARGENT "•>. Full Line of Sargent Feeds Also At ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. Rites For Man Suffocated In Oats Bin Funeral services for Ralph Dwane Wilco'x'on, 25, who suffocated Monday, of last '"week when'he was buried in a bin oi dats, were held Thursday -Worn" ing, at the West Bend Methodist chUrch. "Rev. Harold_ Olson of- ficiated. 'TKe^young man, whd worked dn a' farm in Palo Alto' cdunty northwest of West Bend owned by Fred Wirt2, suffocated M a matte*' of minutes, while his wife and three children were sitting in A car just a short distance away. Wilcoxon was a tenant farmer and Had been employed about six months. He had climbed into the oVef- he'ad granary and was going to jar some oats'loose from the side of the bin where they were sticking. • When he touched the side of the bin, the oats poured down and buried him. ,., ,, v 'His wife heard his call fdr help, ran inside but could riot Help him, and then had to run a quarter oi a mile tb another farm when she could not start the family -tttf. Firemen ffbhi West Send and ft doctor administered first aid. used a respirator, and injeeted adrena*,. lin t without results. • , Book Thatcher For F-B Meeting Kfenneth fhatchet, Secretary; of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, will be the speaker at the County Fai?m Bureau Annual, meeting to be held Nov. 2. The Bu'rt' School'Will be 1 the site and the meeting time will-be 8 o'clock. • Safe Watch for THE OREEN-AND-60LD / BJUSTROM FURNITURE VANI proof • Weaihw ptoof • Mu< proof WwM's mwt WITH NEW POWER-DOME TRUCK ENGINE More power than any competitive Vi-, %- and 1-ton trucks TRUCKS PERGIVAL MOTORS 800 South Phillips Street ' ' ' ' '' Telephone 1464 I wish to announce that, effective September 21, 1954, I purchased the interest of Cec Taylor in the Williams & Taylor Implement Co., Algona, Iowa, and will continue to operate the'business as before, featuring John Deere Quality Farm Equipment. The firm wilt henceforth be known as "ERNIE WILLIAMS"! In the five years since we came here from Horn Manufacturing Co. in Fort Dodge, to operate the John Deere implement business here, we have made many, many fine friends, and it Is my hope and pledge; to render the :best of service to the fine farmers of this area. '•;. V »•'.'" ' : ' On behalf of "ERNIE WILLIAMS", vl sincerely look forward to serving you, along with my associates, Al Witkopf, Erv Mittdg, Walt Wetzal, Oscar Kassebaum, and Harry Skogstrom. We will continue to be located on Diagonal afreet, in the four large quonset buildings, and will have a used machinery lot on South Phillips across from Perclval Motors. Looking forward to seeing you alll Sincerely, ERNIE WILLIAMS I wish to add a brief message to express my ewn thanks to the many friends 1 havt made while associated with Williams & Taylor Implement, and to say it has been a pleasure and. privilege to serve you. I extend best wishes to Ernie Williams, and assure you that you will receive from the new firm the same good service as in the past. t t Sincerely, C1C TAYLOR

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