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v THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF USED CARS SINCE WE'VE BEEN IN BUSINESS HERE 1954 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER A handsome four-door, 17,000 actual miles only. This splendid automobile is "loaded" with equipment. New car guarantee. 1953 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL Equipped with both-Power steering and Power brakes. This vear, too, is 'loaded" with accessories and late equipment. A big roomy four-door, and a beautiful road car. . 195*3 DE SOTO FIREDOME A trim two-door. De Soto model of the V-8 Firedome popular series. 'In top excellent condition, and "very, very clean". 1953 CHRYSLER WINDSOR "Newport" model, very attractive to the eye. This ear has exceptionally low mileage, and is clean as they come. NEW TIRES. 1953 PLYMOUTH FOUR-DOOR Among other equipment, this Plymouth sedan has overdrive, radio, fine heater. Also'most attractive two-tone/ finish. A fine family car. ?: '• •'• *< '— 'V 1953 PLYMOUTH FOUR-DOOR Another outstanding model in Plymouth being offered. Overdrive, radio and heater. This nice Plymouth comes in soft green finish. 1953 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER Two of these are being offered,, each at this attractive price. Both four-doors, power brakes, radio, heater, white sidewalls and fu-tone pain. One of them has Power steering. 1951 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE Two-door. This Plymouth completely overhauled, equipped with NEW tires, hardtop, two-tone paint. 1950 PLYMOUTH FOUR-DOOR This car just out of the shop with complete overhaul, radio, heater, soild grey color. Priced at the rock-bottom low for such an'automobile. 1949 FORD FOUR-DOOR We offer this car as one of the cleanest of its type, nice, roomy, radio, very good rubber-in fact a lot of car for this figure. 1948 PONTIAC EIGHT Two-door model, a lot of transportation miles in this eight-cylinder. Radio and good heater. One that should be snapped up in the low price field. S165O , - » $1785 $1195 41195 *1795 *795 $595 '425 Deal Here With Assurance! See The$e Cars on Qwr Tree-Shaded Air-eamJitioned USID CAR 10T (Just Awo»* S*?eei) Visit Our Conytniwi 1*099. ' on Piteona) Btntt OJl TOMORROW! Jltomes, ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JUNE J3, 1955 VOL. 92 - NO. 25 Algona, Lone Rock Juniors Meet For Kossuth Honors Bancroft Lions Rap Carroll, 16-11 Bancroft's Lions remained well up- in the Iowa State Baseball League standings with a hit and run, 16-11, win over Carroll at Memorial Park Sunday night. The win,kept tfte Lions a game and a half from the League-lead' ig Estherville ' Red Sox, who poked Spencer, 13-4, and gave kincroft a 3-2 loop record. . Bancroft will meet Storm Lake Friday night and Estherville Sunday in the .next two home games on the schedule. A home .run by Jim Woltz with 'two on in the second and Dick jAnderson's triple and pair of 'singled were the big blows irt the win over Carroll. Leading hitters for the losers were Bill :Gi411iot, who slammed a homer and Ward Greer with a triple and three singles. PAIN MOTOR CO. SPECIAL ALL - PURPOSE White House PAINT A High-Hiding, Brilliant Non-Yellowing White! . - a *•• ' PORCH & DECK PAINT .gal. $2.95 FLAT WALL ..gal. $2.29 QUICK DRYING ENAMEL ...gal. $2.95 RED BARN —gal. $2.29 ALUMINUM _.gal. $2.79 LONE-COAT COVER. WHITE -_.-..gal. $4.95 DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE K.C/S To Tackle Loop Leaders, Bancroft, Sun. The top three teams came through with cozy wins .while the Algona KC's raced to an amazing 33-1 win in games Sunday in the Kossuth County Baseball League. Lone Rock edged Livermore, 5-3, to stay in a first place knot with Bancroft, 7-4 winner over Gilmore City, while Rodman fought off the challenge of upset-minded Whittemore, 7-6, at Rodman. / League Standings' W Lone Rock 5 Bancroft 5 Rodman 4 Whittemore 2 Livermore 2 Algona KCs 1 Ringsted - 1 Gilmore City 1 , 4 In - games next Sunday, Rodman will clash with Lone Rock at Lone Rock; Gilmore City will be at Ringsted; Livermore at Whittemore;-and Algona KCs at Bancroft. The KCs, a team which was winless in four starts, hung up perhaps the most lopsided win in history with their 33-1 pasting of Ringsted at the KC park. The locals chalked up 23 hits—equalling their total output in four previous starts, while Darrell Leeper held the losers to only four bing- les in evening his" league mark at Fifteen men got into action lor the locals during the game, with all but four registering in the hit column. Tony Winters and Merle Loss "each had four safeties, and three of Merle's hits were doubles. -Three hits in the bottom of the first sent in the first two tallies, but the real 1 deluge' began in the next round, when six hits, four walks and four Ringsted errors accounted for nine runs and ran the count to 11-0. By the end of the fourth it was 20-0, and Leeper control-pitched his way to the win. 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Dexter Twin-A-Matfc givet you twice the capacity—twice the washing (peed —twice the value, Take advantage of this sp*. cial offer todayi KOHLHAAS HARDWARE Jim Geelan To Coach Academy According to an announcement from Si. Cecelia's Academy officials late Tuesday afternoon, a new athletic coach has been hired to replace Mike Schsck, who resigned recently. The new mentor is a Kossuth County product, Jim Geelan of Whittemore. He is well known, having gained fame as a southpaw hurler during his high school days at Presentation of Whittemore. He was also a member of the basketball team before graduation. Jim graduated this spring from Loras Academy at Dubuque where he majored in Latin and Foreign languages. His job here will include instructional work in the high school, where he will probably teach Latin and social- studies. He will be head basketball and baseball coach of the Blue Knight squads. His assistant will be Father Harold Cooper, who held the same post during Scheck's iwo years. Jim is at present employed at Cascade where he is pitching semi-pro baseball this summer. during thfe afternoon. Bancroft was outhit, 12-8, by Gilmore City, but five errors by the home team helped Bancroft to its win, 7-4. Bellinger hurled the 5-3 win Lone Rock registered over Livermore, and.Doug- las bested Francis Kisch as Rodman downed Whittemore,' 7-6. Ed ond Put Ottosen Hi Wins/ 8-4, Whittemore Ottosen — The Ottosen High School team downed Whittemore High Sunday by a score of 8 to 4 at the Whittemore diamond. The Midgets won over Dakota City in a game Friday night at the park in Humboldt. Sunday, June 20, the local high school will play the Whittemore Presentation Academy on the local diamond. Friday evening, June 24, the Ottosen Midgets will meet Pocahontas in the opening round of the Midget Baseball Tournament at West Bend. The time will be seven o'clock Plan District Softball Meet The Amateur Softball Association will hold its annual district three tournament the week, of July 17-24, according to an announcement made by Barney Reynolds, Eslherville, district commissioner, lust weekend. No site for the meet has been picked, so any town interested in being host for the week should notify Mr Reynolds at once. Complete information on the diamond available for pluy must accompany the letter. Winner Moves Into4-County State Playoff Algeria's Junior Legion baseball team walloped Titonka, 10-0, in five frames at Bancroft Monday night and moved into the finals of the Kossuth county phiy-off. The locals were paired against Lone Rock, 9-2 victor over Bancroft in the opener Monday night, in the finals last night (Wednesday). Coach Everett Burr's hustling crew, a team that owns a team batting mark of very anemic proportions — .190, got seven hits in the contest with Titonka, and rolled to its sixth straight win of the campaign. Don Baker, top sticker for the night, started the Algona team off in the right direction with a lead-off double in the first inning. Tom Kinsey whiffed, but big Doug Meyer parked one good for four bases, and Algona led, 2-0, A two-run flurry in the third was the result of a walk to Meyer, a double by Larry Kueck and a single by Cecil Schilmoeller, but the winners saved the real blast until the fifth. Meyer struck out, Kenny Stripling and Kueck walked, Schil- moeller went down ssvinging, but Ted Finley reached first on an error, jamming the sacks. Al Grill, who went all the way on the hill for Algona, crashed a double to unload the sacks and make the count 7-0. Harvey Peglow was hit by a pitch, and Baker brought the game to an end by parking a 1-1 pitch out of the lot for a home run. • Baker notched a single, double and home run in four tries to top, both teams with the stick. Abba*' of, Titonka got the only hit off Grill, a single in the second frame. Grill's control was good, as usual, and he struck out U batters in gainmg his third straight win without a loss. Loats, who tossed a two-hitter at Algona in the season opener, was the losing pitcher. Bbx score: Tilonka (0) AB R H Loats, p. 2 0 0 Asche, ss. 2 0 0 Smidt. 3b. 2 0 0 Krominga, c. 1 0 0 Buffington, 2b. 2 0 0 Abbas, If. 2 0 , 1 Rippentrop, Ib. 2 0 ' x 0 Radinaker, rf. 1 0 0 Asche, rf. 1 0 0 Wubben, cf. 1 0 0 1C Algona (10) AB Baker, ss. 4 Kinsey, 2b. 3 Meyer, c. T 2 Stripling, cf. 2 Kueck, If. 1 Schilmoeller, Ib. 3 Finley, rf. 2 Grill, p. 2 Peglow, 3b. ...2 0 R 2 0 2 1 2 0 1 1 1 I H 3 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 21 10 umcc . , • depends upon quality rolW than size. A smaller diamond of proper evt and truly 6n« quality is always more desirable -and scintillating than q larger stone of inferior cut and quality. Genuine Orange Blossom rings are famous fof liteir fine quality and beauti* M styling. 2 Tie For First In Softball Loop The Post Office team trampled the National Guard, 19-4, in an Algona Recreational League softball game at the Athletic Park, Tuesday night. The winners scored in every inning. They bagged 22 hits, high for one team during the young season in taking the verdict. Hank Geilenfeld pitched the first three innings for the Post Office, followed by Don Smith and Stan Black. The trio allowed eight blows and Geilenfeld got the victory. McFarland and Banwart hurled for the losers, with McFarland taking the loss. Jim Kelly of the National Guard and Dewey Skilling of the Post Office clouted home runs. Standings W Collegians 2 Independents 2 Post Office 1 National Guard 1 Bulldozers 0 Egg Heads _. 0 The Collegians and Independents remained in a tie for first place in the loop standings with wins registered Monday night. The Collegians ran their mark to 2-0 as Jack Lichter Sonny Rochleau and Phil Kohlhaas belted home runs in an easy 21-2 win over the luckless Egg Heads. Lewie Gilbride of the Indies and Joe Buscher of the Bulldozers slammed four basers as the Indies took a 21-19 contest in the nightcap. Games next week June 28 — Independents vs. Collegians Post Office vs. Egg Heads June 30 — National Guard vs. Bulldozers Nevada means snow covered.