The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1954 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 21, 1954
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a.) Upper Da Motol* Tuesday, December 21, 1954 Academy Victor Over Mason City Five, 73-58 " St. v Cecelia's Blue Knights downed,-St. Joseph's Of-Mason City, 73^58; in*-the-high $ c hbOl gym Sunday 'for their second straight win. Coach Mike Scheck's ci*ew now has-a-5 j 7 season mark which they will put on the line at Fbrt Dodge tonight (Tuesday) when they meet the Corpus Chifisti Celts. The Knights had a shutout at the end of the first period Suri- day« 10-0. The Mason City five couldn't hit, and the- Knights came up with most of the re- boifnds after shot attempts to control the ball pretty well during th* eight minutes of action, Both teams increased the scoring tempo during the second period, and although the locals were outscored during this stretch, they held a 25-18 lead at halftime. Merle Loss had 12 points during first -half action. The Visitors outscored St. Cecelia's again during the third quarter, and chopped the margin to 43-38, but the Knights went into ,ct pressing" defense ; during the last perf&d, and won going away. Ldss arid Tom Kinsey accounted for 32' points between them during the dast 'half. '•,••*,; Loss'was top scorer'for. the day, as he t came up With 29 points. Kinsey flipped in 20 aftd Clarence Metzger 12 for the Knights, while Ghristenson got" 17, and Smith, and. Katz 14 each for the 1 losers. i ' The Knight B-team lost, 35-19, in the opener as Cecil Schilmoel- ler got eight points. Box score - varsity: , t Si, Cecelia's (73) FG FT PF Downs __• 3 0 4 Loss-—.. -11 7 3 Metzger -3 6 2 Vlan Allen 1 4 2 Kinsey 5 10 4 Hobbs 0 01 Mergen ..." -0 0 1 23 : 27 17 OUR GOOS9 WISHES ... | that your holiday hold the best I of everything for you and yours! GLENN'S STUDIO of Photography ,' Iowa YOUNG MEN and YOU ARE NEEDED IN THE BUSINESS WORLD Business is the greatest field with the greatest number of real opportunities in it for young people today. Few, if any, vocations cover such a wide range of positions, nor do they offer such excellent salaries. The HAMILTON SCHOOL has nine calls open for well-trained employees right now. These positions are in banks, insurance offices, real estate offices, and with big corporations in every line of business. A small group of students will graduate here this week. Each one of them knows exactly where he or she is going to work — no waiting, no uncertainty. The mid-winter term opens January 3. Veterans, high school graduates, college students, those filling small unimportant jobs, are invited to start now the preparation for careers of dignity and security. Hamilton School of Commerce Mason City, fowa Phone 945 St. JSfleph'B (Si) TO, fT PF Reardon «..«-. ....»- 2 1 6 Bfnith .».*— .»..*..3 Chtistenson -„.,.,» — 8 . FandeT-* ___ .i-.^..l-; Kloberdan* ..... .— 0 Donnelly — * ....... 0 8 1, ..4 1 .'4 .2 , 0 19 2(h 23 The Knigftts pulled a big upset at Emmetsburg last Wednesday night, upending Emmetsburg Catholic, 52-45. The 'academy five pulled away,' to a 'bjg lead early, and led, 29-23, at the halfi Merle Loss tallied 18 points and Darrell Downs IS for the Knights. The local Bs fell, 36-32,, in the curtain-raiser. , ' . , ' Game Ma Bow To B Earth, 35-6 Algona High School's wrestling team ran its, winless string to three straight when .Blu? Earth, downed the loqals _35r6 on the high school mat Friday night. Coach fChamp Martin's team travels to A Eagle Grove, tonight (Tues'day), for a meeting With the always rugged'Eagles. This will be the last meet before the holidays. '•• Harley • .Troutman and Stan Hansen were the only Bulldogs to gain wins -against Blue Earth. Troutman defeated Murphy, 7-4, in ihd 154 Ib. division, while Hansen downed Bjorklund, 9-1, in the 165 Ib. weight. Blue Earth-rack-, ed up three falls, five decisions and a'forfeitr to;win easily. • The Algona Bs lost the Opener. 34-13, as Darrell Davis turned in a decision in the 154 Ib. weight. Blue Earth, gained five points,* on a> forfeit and Algona: pickedrup 10'points the same way. Results - varsity; 95 Ib. Hooper (BE) decision. ,ed Maurice^ Has hour, Ib. DeLeqn (BE) threw M- Setter" ' " • , Ib. Fuller (BE) decisioned , Francis. Bi'JStrom, 6-p llbi j Bre'en (BE) decisioned ; " ! 'G&dorrBraun, 12-0 ,: Ib. Forfeit to Blue Earth Reifsteck (BE) dec'j-; sii^e'dj 'Harold Bjust-, rom, $-1 '.<•' Peterson (BE) decison- ed Terry Cook, 2-0 Ighn (BE) threw Bill ,ich Harley Troutman deci- sioned Murphy (BE), W -4]"M '-f '] , ^tan HanSen decision- je*d BjdrkluHd (BE); 9-1 Russ" (BE)' threw Dave Seiler 103 112 120 FgfttprifBoy^s To Dolliver Teams Dolliver took Fenton twice at Fenton Dec. 10, as the girls won, 67-50, and the boys"came through, 35-27.- '^ "*'••• : ' V ' The DQlliver, girls led all the •way- to" take their game <as ELyans scored 31 points, and Beckley got 29 for the. loser?. , ^ Fenton' held" a 'one point lean after three quarters, of the boys game, but Dolliver came up with a rally that won the game as Kosher ! got 13 points: Hiatt led Fenton with nine counters. 3 Swea Church Xmas Programs Held Sunday sw«a chf ^M'^'wa's the date ,• chosen 1 ^ by -three Sunday SeHbpls .aftd. Idhitfdhes| ttf 'the first of the Christmas programs. At Immariuel Lutheran church, 'the!junior and.'friterhiedlate departments of the S. S. presented their programs during the morning Worship hour". The program was built around 'the manger scene. The junior choir furnished music, and there were four readers, Donald Kejtyyed, LoWell Greenfield, Charles Hantelman and Bill Trpff, telling the Xmris story. Those having parts, in the tableau included Michael EWing, Patty Roalson, Nancy Pehlson, Howard Roalson, Kenneth Klocke, Dale Parlaiid, Allen -eibuSsea, Gary Wentworih,' Darryl . Preston. Girls from the confirmation class sang a special muntjer. 1 The Methodist church junior de- jiartment presented their program" at three o'clock Sunday .pjm,,; It opened with a prelude,and .congregational singing, jjti': ' ' The beginners class sang the welcoming song, alid the Jufldet- garten, first second^ and third grades gave recitations. The 4th grade "class presented a Christmas' manger service and the program closeo< with a song by .the- congregation. For,the morning ser- vice'Sunday, the Rev. Hammer brought his Christmas message, titled "A Christmas Tragedy in Glory.", Music was, furnished by the senior choir. Also at the morning service, two babies were baptized, the'children of Mr and Mrs 'Edward'-'Godffedson, Swea City,'and Mr and'Mrs Lucas Mein of Estherville. The Baptist church and Sunday, SchopI vprogram was Held Sunday evening'.;: FoJJowing :the opening song and scripture ^the robed choir entered from the front of the church ' singing O Come All 1 'Ye Faithful." Then followed the primary classes and regular Sunday School classes.' The. nursery., class led by teacher Mrs .Leslie . Anderson,_presen|ted^ the story in song and snort speeches. Evelyn 'Burgespn's^ class i recited, their; s^ory by; !de- r coratirig a Christmas tree with ornaments they had made. The primary t class, had an exercise and song afid g"av& a flannelgraph. Then followed the junior classes with the presentation of a Clujist- mas ipahjjorriirnej to >;the musio of the j intermediate, t 'class 'crjoir. Through-soul- thefsen,tire program there .were songs and speaking darts.'by the.choif, and.tjieistory by^ M&fda^enseht thfe| ntrrator, Program Dee. 21' Thfe Gospel Tabernacle program will be presented Tuesday evening, .Dec.-21 at 8'o'clock. First there is the opening s"ong by the 'congregation with scripture reading and prayer by the Rev. David Frank. There Will be recitations by Joyce McAlwee,. Nancy Peterson, Melviri Peterson, Maraell Peterson, Ricky Looft, Robert Johnson, Larry Jansick, Jason Hinrichsen, and Larry Perdue. Beverly McAlWee Will present a flute solo, Ronnie'Linde will wing, a piano duet arid songs by Walter Peterson. Other numbers on,the program will be an exercise by Arliss Looft, Arnie Linde, Steven Peterson, Marilyn McAlwee, Joan Hinrichsen, Richy Looft, Larry Jahsick, Nancy Peterson and' recitations by Jack Hinrichsen, Gary Larson, Ronnie Linde and Glendpn Peterson. Mrs Clyde Larson will play the offertory. Following' the offertory, a play in three acts 'will be presented by Mrs Junior Ellis, Harold McAlwee, 'Donna Jean Rauffman, Gary " Larson, Dorothy Blair,' Nancy Peterson, Mrs Eldpn Heidecker, Mr Eldon HeidecKer, Beverly McAlwee and Marilyn McAlwee. • '" '•,-•'.' ' Midnight -Worship ' \i ' The. traditional Midnight Festival Worship service at the'Lu- theran chUrcb will be Christmas eve, Dec. 24, beginning at 11 p.m. The : 'Rev." A.; M. • Youhgquist will bring his 'Christmas rnesSage. Miss Florence Kylen will play art organ prelude 1 and there will be Songs: by the youth 'and senior choirs and the family octette, ' 'The Methodist pfograW by 1 the intermediate ' and ' high ' school Sunday school classes : will ba Thursday evening, Dec; 23. .This program will : feature a-pageant. Those taking part include Jimmy Hardt.'Lois Hannish. JudyHurl- .kes, Carpi Hannish, Judy Hurlburt, Janet Peters, Sandra Beck. Paula Wqrden,' Nancy Mino, Dee Ann Swa'nsoh, Eugene Gardner, Susan' Brayender,; Elaine Ver'- bruger, Miriam Lynn, -Judy Pulver, John Boland, Billy Hubbard, Dennis Qriffeth, Sandra AllwardJ Allem Mather,, .Daiiuiie, rSmousej, B>J!^^<^<^'^ Pastors Meet, Elect Swea City—Rev David Frank was elected president of the ministerial association' recently at a dinner at the home of Rev and Mrs A. M.., Youngquist. Rev Everett' Beal was elected secretary-treasurer. t t. ' t. Relatives who attended the John Heetland funeral included Mr and Mrs A. W. Bern-ends, Mr Tom Dailey, Algona, Mr and Mrs Louis Heetland and Joyce of Renwick, Mr and Mrs George Heetland, Clear Lake, Mrs Minnie Scnutter, David Schutter and Mrs Cliff Munson, West Bend, Mr and Mrs Ed Wiese, Mr and Mrs Elmer Wiese, Elmore, and Mr Korse Elman, Buffalo Center. Sjogren's team holds a one- Rams edge in the Western League John Deere of Titonka is barely in front in the Classic League and the Has Beens are way ou in front in the Mixed League. May We Take This Opportunity .To Express Our Appreciation For the Many Years of •• • V - •» ''•! •''•"* i • . . . . - ' Association With People of the Fenton Area, You All Myron Huflburt, Jefilyii Lleft rind & soloist, ?Nafccy,-Johniettr<,; .The second paH of the ,pfogf&m 'features the ktorl6a'.6f tteee ChMs"t- Hias. carols^ With Shafbtt^C'ofdes, Alice Sykes," Judy- Bravender, Obft^Fundetburk,- Rbbeft Gardner and Penny ,Guyer leiling the ' ...V To wn& Country Club Sends Gifts FehtoH Woman's Clubfheld their December ( me'et* ing Tuesday, evening, Dec. 14 wuh Mrs Ray Stoeber and Mi's C. C. Callahan as co-hdstess". Sixteen members and one guest, Mrs Clarence Osborn were present. jjuring the 'business meeting it was voted to purchase a $5 Christmas Seal TB bond. It was also voted to give $10.00 to the "AdOflt A Family" tJppei Des' fMi)ig-tXe prdgrlm'ddfiHucred by* Mrs EkTBf uhn* and Mrs"-Frank" Behfle each read an article' on" Christmas Customs of European Countries.! Mrf|Bfuhtfr jg&v& a griper oft. 'What' Do \ Y£u: Know About .Christmas.' Mrs Ray Stoeber read a letter from Mrs Faith Mansager of Minneapolis, a former member'of the club. , A delicious luncH was served by trie hostesses. SENECA NEWS Club Honors Parents The Seneda Stars 4-H Club nondred their parents, and Mr and Mrs Roger Linde. of . Swea City and Mr and Mrs Henry Looft, at a banquet held at" the Seneca School Monday evening, Dec. 6. The tables were decorated, with Christmas motifs and the Christmas polors \ were carried ,out A ERY MERRY AND JOYFUL CHRISTMAS NEWEL HARDWARE Fenton, Iowa m«@iMftr<*$r^<«^ 'f:< CHWSTWAS ini«i»»» • HAPPY NEW YEAR , 0 all m^bers of our communUy GEO. A. HORNVEL & CO. Algono - Phone 1080 . Perry L. Byom E- N - Baldus Phone 946W Phon6 61/W , , company will con- m • *^" • ^^ ^^ *\>o crOrXTl*'* twn*j***™ • _. *r\plc •r tV\6 VG-B"^ p3t^* s**** * _ * . . rn.icihJ' »0 C&"* _ ii«/^*fitock> wUI &•*" ^ISStrS-' ~- -^ May remembrance of • Hippy Holiday linger your storehouse of ries to cheer the New »-comingl Fenton Coop Elevator $toref Fenton,'Iowa "',-.. throughout the —ft : spolfe* dSy~tte6tiijti 4-H el "He dlilb" nv " rfVeWUatJ by'sharon Dorseyr-couFt¥syrj"an- ice Sanders; a demonswahon on "frilly" versos' {altered attife" by Maty Lo.u • Simpson- and Sharon Klein; a vo«al duet ^by Sharon Dorsey and Janice Slmmoife; and a report on 4-H' Con'gresS at Chicago, by Phyllis- Kauffmatt. The group % then' erijoye'd a Christmas gift exchange.; .'' Mrs Lester OSbbrfl Was the honored' birthday, member. Loin Berhow gave dn illustrated talk on Clevep- gift wrappings. The packages exhibited were decorated by Mrs Herbert Kr'ause. Mrs Gordon 'Christiansen had charge of the entertainment. SEASON'S GREETINGS from E. K. JOHNSON Your Patronage During th£ Past Seasoh At Jojin- son Stockyards Has Been Appreciated. ' :. ' . • ' " Merry Christmas - HappyNewYear t f .*', comps the Chri|trr»as mesjsagQ to" % Doubled wpild «* t %' • • : ' • • • - - f . . _ " > . f^* •,' ' - "'''.always il^ : message pf pe^cf, ^ • ', '\\-.'*&. ; '''"•' *-.-.' .,** - f 3 t I • i ^ _ * - , i j! ! f ' It has been wisely paraphrased asfPfacp on Barth to Iv{ep* c i. : of Good Will." May it be est;$blis,he4 r * in "ourselves, «ur communities, our nation, the' world-.—^''•' ! yntil peace apd good will truly |eig^ triumphant. IOWA ElECTRIC •.'.'»

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