The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1954 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1954
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St. Cecelia Cagers Bow To ll?1fJ, J( ',i», T^ 1 » . ^BB^ • & * , ..-71 to Woden Is Next Foe For Algona Blue. Knights 2-Alflana Oct.) Upper Des Moln* Tuesday, December 7, 1954 LeMars Gehlen dumped St. Cecelia's, fl-43, and St. Mary's of Remsen edged Emmetsburg, 4742, in a big basketball doubleheader in the high school gym Sunday afternoon. The Blue Knights will put their 3-5 record on the line twice this week. They will travel to Crystal Lake Wednesday night wherp Woden will furnish the opposition for Coach Mike Scheck's team and then will host Pocahontas Catholic here Sunday. St. Cecelia's couldn't cope with Gehlen's tall .team in ihe opening game Sunday. The game waS fairly even for about ,four minutes, but four Gehlen baskets on the fast-break pushed the visitors into a 16-7 lead at the end of the first quarter. ' LeMars In Early Lead The Knights couldn't score and Gehlen couldn't miss during the second period, and the LeMars quintet rolled to 27 points while the Knights racked up just six, to make it 43-13 at halftime. Gehlen rolled on to a 60-25 lead at the end of the third quarter, and the locals chopped the margin in the final stanza on the scoring of Merle Loss, Jim Van Allen and Darrell Downs. It appeared the Knights were tired, probably due to their 69-66 overtime loss to a fine Remsen St. Mary's team at Emmetsburg Saturday night. • Loss canned 14 points ~sb$ Van Allen 13 for St. Cecelia's, while Sheehan got 23, Vollmar 15, Kennedy 11, and Dull 10, for the Gehlen. five. , . Remsen took a 15-7 lead in the first quarter in its contest with Emmetsburg, and apparently was off to the races. Emmetsburg closed the gap to 26-20 at the half, and trailed by 34-32 at the three- quarter mark. In N fact, Emmetsburg went, ahead early in the last period, only to see Remsen come back to. take the verdict. Wiltgen and Moeller each got 14 points, and Nitzschkc 13 for the winners, while Brennan got 14 and Farrell 13 for Emmetsburg.' Played Saturday Emmetsburg- downed LeMars, 52-4?, in the other, game at Emmetsburg Saturday night, as the lour teams, played different partners in the Algona appearance. Darrell Downs got 19 points. Merle Loss 18 and Tom Kinsey 16, as the Knights fell to Remsen. Wiltgen, small freshman guard who was one of the outstanding players on any of the teams tallied 25 points for Remsen. . Box score: St. Cecelia's (43) FG FT PF Downs 3 2 li Loss ... 6 2 4 ! Kinsey 1 1 5 Van Allen 4 5 3 Hobbs . 2 "• 0 2' Fandcl 0 0 2' Bruch _.0 1 1 i Schilmoeller 0 0 2 10 11 20 GIVE A CHRISTMAS GIFT That Will Be Remembered All Year Long J. f '»•', A 1955 DEFIANCE Desk Calendar KOSSUTH COUNTY 3 Kossuth Gridders On Cornbelt All-Star Team Three Kossuth county schools, members 'of -the Corn, belt Conference, placed men on the all-conference football team which was announced a few days ago. West Bend, conference champ, was represented by two men, Ted Besch, slam-bang junior fullback, and Gerald Fehr, senior guard, being selected ori the first team. Darwin Loofi, Swea City senior end, and Dave Buffington, senior back at Tilonka, were the others from the county making the first team. Larry Berninghaus, junior end at West Bend, gained a second team spot and Sid Buffington and Martin Norland, Titonka; Sylvester Bartolo and Allan Johnson, Swea City; ana Don Tabor, West Bend; were placed on the honorable mention list.. A total of 40 men were chosen for positions on the squad by members of the conference board. 22 on the first two teams and 18 honorable mention awards. Runner-up Terril placed three men on the first team and West Bend and Ruthven two each. Gehlen (71) ' FG FT PF Sheehan __.._-_____t__8 7 3 Dull .._• 3 4 3 Kurth 4 0 3 Vollmar -^-7 1 4 Kennedy . 4 3 3 Staebell _. 1 1 1 0 Worborg 0 0 2 Gralapp ••__•___: 0 0 1 Schleis -^ 0 0 4 Baadte 0 ' 1 0 27 17 23 • - • . • • * * St Cecelia's rolled it its third straight win last Wednesday night at Cylinder, ,66-41. Merle Loss led the scoring as he pumped in 32 points during the night and .the Knights turned in one of their most impressive victories. The days are growing much shorter—just like the funds of the man who has been on vacation. Rodman Wins 2 At West Bend In Cage Battles Rodman and West Bend went at it tooth and nail in two basketball games at West' Bend last Tuesday night, and the visitors had enough gas to take both contests. The Rodman boys eked out a 55-54 verdict, after -the girls had come through in the opener, 61-50. Rodman's girls led, -21-15 at the quarter, and 33-25 at halftime. West Bend came back after the intermission- to cut, the margin to 42-39 with eight minutes left. West Bend's surge continued, and early in the fourth period the home team had a four point advantage. Coach Andy Butt's outfit snapped out of it and camel through with a rally that * West flend -off, its 'feet, Shlrlev j gjutfojshipped ifl pqintsi td vlead jRodman in seor 1 ' while 1 'Caroline Moser, caBi£ Counted -21. Shirley Jahsseri was the mainstay in the Rodman backcourt, handling most of th& rebounding chores. • j i Rodman led, 34-24, at halftime iih'the boys' game, and built thtS margin to 49-36 at ihe three-quar-' ter mark, but West' Bend sud< denly came to life and produced; a hair-raising finish that almost' pulled the'grime out of the bag.- Outscoring Rodman, 18-6, during* the last eight minutes, the losers, fell jiist one point short, as Rodq. man Came" up with its sixth* straight win of the year. Marftn Erickson got 18 points and handled most of the rebound-, ing for Rodman. Daryl Carpen* 1 ter tossed in 14 points, and Dean- Carpenter tallied 10 for the win-" ners; while Jack Blake and Te^ ! Besch each got 15 points for West Bend. Diekmann and I Moulton Turn In : i ' •" ': '•'' High Pin Tallies Bob Diekmann and' Frank Moulton were the top keglers at Hawkeye Lanes last week. Diek-; mann flipped a 231 for high line.i and Moulton put together lines of 215, 206 and 177 for his 598 high- series count. v Women over 150 were Frances'' Gingrich 156, Carol Godfredson 154, Lavon Pittman 165, Virginia. Donahue 158, 164, and Elaine Simmons 152. ."' >.-, Other men over 200 included Ted Hoover 215, Casey Loss 228; Cliff Benschoter 203, Bob Bolenr ous 212, Sam Mathes 220, Dick Godfredson 203, Red Stecker 217, John Intermill 213, Angus Cotton 202, Julie Baas 214, Bob" Henderson 222, Dick Cowan 200, Jerry Ferris 206,- Chuck Davis 224, Bob Williams 2d5, Gordy Schmidt 207, Whitey Voigt 214, Jack Dutton 209 and Loyal Ging-_ rich 221. Lpne Rock Nips Fenton Twice Lone Rock's cagers rolled to a' pair of wins pyer'Fenton at Fenr, ton last Wednesday night, the girls winning, 41-21, and the boys', 65-39. The victories kept both teams on the unbeaten.trail.. The girls game was a.defensive battle most of the way, with Lone Rock taking a 10-4 lead at the quarter. It was 18-6 at halftime, and the winners stretched the PUBLIC As my son is leaving for the armed seryices, lam therefore quitting farming, and will sell all my personal property at Public Auction to the highest bidder without reserve at the farm located 3'/2 miles north and 1 mile east of Wesley, on TUESDAY, DEC. 14 Sale To Start At 11:30 O'clock Lunch On the Grounds 36 HEAD OF CATTLE 15 head of milk cows, some are fresh and others to freshen. 4 two year old heifers. 2 one year old heifers. 2 Heifer calves 8 months old. 48 head .of fall pigs 1 Heifer Calf. 8 Steers. 3 Bull calves. 1 three year old Shorthorn Bull. 350 Leghorn Pullets Brooder and Hog Houses - One 10x16 Brooder House; Three 12x16 four pen hog houses; Machine Shed 24x32 Hay and Straw — 175 bales of Alfalfa and Brome hay and also some hay not baled; 300 bales of straw. Farm Machinery and Equipment Wad in' the last half as Madonna MarloW-tossed ih 22 points. Patty fjeekley and, Janice Jentz e'aeh lot eight -"pbints f6s ( fftfiton. I •< .* t' • f •» T > < * ^Lone' "ttock 'put' most of its- scoring in the first and thifd periods'" to down thfe'fenton boys. The'Winners led,'17-4, after'jdst eight- rhin'utes, and held a 32*15 Halftlme bulge. By the end of the thirji Quarter it was 56-26, and Lfirie Rock coasted in from there With the • victory. Lebft Marlow tossed ift eight field goals tb lead Lone Rock in scoring. Ijong got 11 points and Cotton 10 Wr the winners while Helland got t&n.'fnr the losers. Speaks In Idaho Baftetefi — Mrs Gf C. Inman, 'ftti&i fcritflrman .If MM IWbrfWsn's Oftanfzalffift bf tM fraflfi Staff au, spent a week in Idaho an'd Utah where she w|s speaker at a .Farm Bureaifct "'meeting j fti 5 Pocafello, _ , _ii I A ,vh.a*«;MW| Idaho* arid Salt Lake,City^-.She weftt, by trftlh ftbfti Ames^ Troubles lies Emeaa 1 for the per* soft who decides-he la a little too goad for his JDB.> It Would appear that the family 1 tree 'of some 'confidence men must be a slippery elm. . WANT, ADS BR1NQ BfiSULTS Give Her A SINGER SEWING MACHINE For Christmas! | A Large Variety of Used Machines — Plus A Generous Discount On Salesmen's Demonstrators. There's a Defiance Calendar in any size and style to suit everyone. Big, easily read numerals, high quality bond paper. Colorful b'ases. Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. Office Supply Dept. Phon? 1100 Alyoiui 1941 International model M tractor 1943 SC Case tractor with cultivator Massey-Harris Combine. John Deere Model H, Spreader. John Deere field cultivator, 10 ft. Harvey Hammer Mill, 10 in. Sprayer, Tractor mounted International 3-14 slat bottom plow John Deere side delivery rake McCormick binder, 8 ft. Kelly-Ryan 32 ft. elevator John Deere overhead hoists and speed jack 2 Rubber tire trailers. 1 wood wheel running gear 2—300 gallon barrels, one with hose and stand 14 ft. hay bunk Hog troughs, 2 steel tanks, one with hog waterer built in 1—4 door mineral feeder Gas Hog water heating Burner Heat Houser for M tractor. Meyer Pump Jack Air Compressor. Some Lumber Electric chick brooder International 438 cultivator. International 2M corn picker 15 ft. John Deere Disc 4-row International corn planter, with rubber tires and fertilizer attachment Buzz saw International 7 ft. mower International Hay loader Drag with steel evener. Mechanical manure loader John Deere elevator, 52' also 4 ft. section 2 flare boxes 1 steel running gear Hay Rack 1—50 gal. barrel and one 25 gal. barrel 1 new Jamesway 45 bu. Hog Feeder 1 steel Hog Feeder Cowboy tank heater 60 rods new woven wire, 26 in. Electric Grind stone Electric Drill 3 rolls snow fence Hammer Mill Belt, 25' International 2-14 slut bottom plow . 1929 Model A Ford Feed Bunk Some Household Goods Surge Milking Machine, 2 unit, complete with pipe line for 18 cows; McCormiek cream separator, Sears, Roebuck eleciric hot water heater, 15 gallons; 12 concrete troughs and other articles too numerous to mention. i TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with clerk. No properly to be removed frpm premises until settled, for. Not responsible for accidents. Mis. John Harringa, Prop. HiRM DRUMMOND, Auctioneer TITONKA SAVINGS BANK, Clerk Singer Sewing Center ACROSS FROM AMERICAN LEGION HALL, 121 S. Dodge Si. . Algona on the farm located six and one-half miles north of Dakota City or 3 miles south, 1 mile west and one-half south of Livermore, Iowa > Beginning 12:00 Noon Lunch Served On Grounds 21 Head Dairy Cattle 1 Brown Swiss, fresh 6 weeks 9 Holsleins — 3 purebred, 4 grade, 2 grade raised from A-l artificial insemination. 10 Holstcin Heifers — 6 open, 4 bred. 63 - HEAD OF HOGS - 63 60 head of Feeder Pigs 17 - HEAD OF SHEEP - 17 16 Ewes — 1 Buck MACHINERY John Deere G 1940" John Deere B 1946 John Deere SO' Elevator John Deere, 4 row Cultivator John Deere, 3-14" Plow John Deere, 21' Disc John Deere, T Mower. John Deere, 12A Combine with motor John Deere Windrower Binder John Deere Endgate Seeder 1—30' Drag Willis 194? Jeep 1954 John Deeie Running Gear 1 — Self Unloading Grain Wagon , 2 — 7'xl2' Ensilage Boxes 3 — 360 gal. Water Tanks on Gears 1 — 500 gal. Water Tank on Gear 3— Steel Wheeled Wagons 1 — Galvanized Wagon Box 1 — Wooden Wagon Box , 1 — 10' Massey Harris Binder 1 — 60' Endless Belt 1— Allis Chalmers W. C. Tractor 1— Allis Chalmers Side Delivery Rake 1 — Allis 'Chalmers Corn Picker 1 — 2-14" Allis Chalmers Plow 1 — Farmers' Friend Hoist 1 — Massey Harris Spreader I — Ploris Sprayer • • *»• 1—10" Hammer Mill Native Lumber 1 — International. Spreader BUILDINGS Brooder House, 12'xl4' — 3-3 pen Hog Houses — Milk House, 10'xl2' — 1 - Norton Walk-In Hog Feeder — 3 - 10'xlS' Buildings, 3 sides enclosed. • • DAIRY & HOG EQUIPMENT Surge Milker, 2 Buckets — I. H. Cream Separator, stainless — 3-60 bu. Hog Feeders — 6 - 40 bu. Hog Feeders — 1 . 10 gal. Dairy Maid Electric Heater — 1 Used Norge Refrigerator Chickens & Poultry Equipment 200 Auslra White Pullets, now laying — Electric Water Heater — Feeders. FEED — 2400 BALES ALFALFA, BROME AND CLOVER. 45Q BAi-ES STRAW Terms: Cash— no property to be removed until settled for Corwin Dudley Andersen & Kleve, Auctioneers Hymboldt Trust & Sayings Bank . Clerk, Christntm -"Mtattinti Seen REPORTER •.^r, The kiddies—even the wee .ones—are getting' pretty "hep" these days to the kind -df things they want, both to Wear and to play. with. Pictured here is a little miss with the type of items specified by -young fry, and to be found in the gift assortments of Algona stores. The little lady is ogged out irt a lustrous water- repellent snow suit, With trim rubber boots like Moms. And look what else Santa brought... a \ cuddly doll and • stroller, of which many are to be found in Algona's'Christmas stores. A wonderful selection-of , ment and accessaries for>sports-v men and sportswomen this; holiday season aids in choosing gifts. Besides, its always '.'kinda" easy to make a selection for spiriaorre who loves sports. -'Ab'ove. is a happy Dad' whp .unwrapped a self' which reduce* 1 recoil about 25%". Dad is saying: "Boy, this is for the birds!" Many hunters items, as" well as other sports equipment, I are to be found 'in Algona stores You've probably never before seen so much wrought iron^furtti- lure in Algona'store windojys as you', have this^ holiday shopping season. It is very much iri'vQgue, strong and sturdy, fits" into any room, and best of a)l, quite inexpensive.' At right is_ - dn£ example—a satin-finish \yrought iron rack with book shelves holding up to 40 books, plus a store of magazines. You'll fincl many such wrougKt iron items awaiting you in a number of Algona stores. , -• -... No, the item in the picture at left is not slippers, although we know Christmas i° R favorite time to give them. You'd probably never guess inis.item, touna in an Algona store. It's 3 jeweled per. fume vial and lipstick facifully packaged-in-pink satin sparkling foil, a high, glamour gift for a lady's purse. Many such dramatic gift items are to-be found in the stocks of Algona stores. Men as a rule are quite gs well satisfied with the "dovyn tu earth" gifts, as with anything else. You can exercise your imagination plenty, though, when if comes to picking things like shirts, socks, etc. Here, for instance, is a gift item found in a iwxiai men's store—and top notch U Is; The sports shirt here is a saddle- stitched fireman's red shirt of brushed cotton. It's a tid-bit uny man would shout over.

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