The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1955 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1955
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GUZOWSK Lone Rock Is 'Top Of Heap' In County Loop COACH BANCROFT LIONS IOWA STATE LEAGUE Games This Week AT HOME JULY 23 ESTHERVIUE JULY 24 SPENCER :ames reported by the Kossuth j-ounty _ League Sunday. Lone i\OCK! GdfiGu CriItnrtfo {~*\4- tr n i * «• »-*•*& ^\J. V-TIIIIUJI C \^l t y. ^" 1 * while Whittemore downed th Algona KCs, 6-5. The leagu standings, less the Ringsted-Rod man and Bancroft - Livermore games, which were unreported look like this: Standings W Lone Hock 7 Bancroft _"_'" 0 Whittemore _ '_ 4 Rodman ." 4 Livermore 2 3ilmore City "" 2 Ringsted ..... . i Algona KCs "I.i * * * The KCs and Whittemore had -...dandy little battle on the Whittemore diamond, with the winners counting the deciding ally on four walks in the home half of the eighth inning. Algona came up with the first un in the top of the second on hit by Merle Loss, a fielder's hoice and a single by Eldie Winkel. Whittemore tied it af -1 m the last of the fourth on n error, a hit by McDonnell, a el ders choice and a walk, but he KCs took a 2-1 lead in the op of the fifth on a walk to Winkel, who stole second, went to-third on an error and scored when Kam came through with Base hits by Dave Kollasch and McDonnell highlighted Whitte more's rally that tied the scor at 2-all in the home half of the sixth. Whittemore racked up three more in the bottom of the seventh on a series of walks, errors and McDonnell's third hit Algona tied it in the top of the eighth as Butler, Loss, Kain and Hentges came through with bingles, setting the stage for tha winning run in the next half Inn ing. . Winkel pitched the first seven innings for the KCs, but it was Darrell Leeper, who went to the nil in the ejghth, who took the oss. Wichtendahl and Kisch lurled for the winners, with the alter getting the win. McDonnell got three hits and Voigt two or Whittemore, while Loss and Cain each got a pair for the osers., The KCs outhit the winners, 8-7. 42 YEARS At Onawa, Nate Steinberg has old his retail store, • after 42 ears in business there. A polish migrant, he started his store here in 1914. ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES ALQONA^IOWA, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1955 EAST WATERLOO St. John's Down To Final 8 In Prep Baseball ,St. John's of Bancroft, one of the eight teams still in the running for the summer state base- sail crown, was scheduled to play west Des Moines at Cowrie Wed- lesday night, the winner advahc- ng to the state meet. The Johnnies of Coach V. J. Wyer won sectional and district itles at Bancroft to advance to he sub-state. Winners of the four sub-state' meets will play in first round- Bines at the state meet Friday. he state championship game Will ollow next Monday, July 25, Jr. Legion Is 6-3 Winner Algona s Junior Legion baseball nine racked up its fifth straight win with an impress!v, ft r' WmM . OVer Grneltinger high at Graettmger Tuesday night ' Coach Everett Barr's team now owners of a 13-8 season mark, will host Bancroft at the fairgrounds this afternoon (Thurs- flay; at 5:30 p.m. 0 ?- h * ld a 3 '° Iead after first inning and a half, scoring one in the first and two »n the second. Doug Meyer drove wh-i n « ,°" e with a sin g' 0 ' while Don Baker's double was the Dig blow in the second. Henderson was the top sticker for Algona with two hits in four tries. Tony Leaving Algona For Big Six Loop Tony Guzowski, Algona high school football coach and physical education instructor since the fall of 1949, was named this week as head football coach and physical education instructor at East high school in Waterloo. His resignation was accepted by the Algona school board so .hat he could take his new posi- r OI ?u m r lnrgor school, a member of the Iowa Big Six conference The coach and his family will move to Waterloo as soon as they can obtain housing there. No replacement had been named for the Algona coaching spot is 01 Wednesday, By Supt. O 'B ->aing. Win 29, Lose 21 During his six years as Algona frid coach, Guzowski's teams won i9, lost 21 and tied two. They outscored their opposition, 800 to Tony Guzowski • » * 645. The .season's records follow: Year Won Lost Tie 1949 7 9 n 1950 :::; I I ° 1951 2 4 1952 o 9 1953 :::: 7 2 1954 4 5 29 21 0 2 0 0 0 2 In his first year here, 1949, Guzowski's team tied for the North Central conference title. He was fourth in 1950, seventh' in 1951, fourth in 1952, third in 1953 and sixth in 1954, including the •riinneriip spots in 1952 and 1953 He lost only one non-conferenc« game in five years, that to Emmetsburg. Guzowski is a graduate of th» University of Iowa, where he won three letters in football as an end, and four in basketball. He entered the State University after font- years in the U. S. Marine Corps during World War II. P At Waterloo East, Guzowski will enter what is perhaps Iowa's toughest high school football league. Other conference members are West Waterloo, Mason City Fort Dodge, Des Moines North and Des Moines East high schools. His opening game for the 1955 ?f,? son . Y' 11 be "gainst LaCrosse, Wis. high. He also plays Marshafl- .own this year, and Cedar Rapids Wilson. ' In his new position, Tony says ic will be faced with a conversion ob. East Waterloo has been play- ng single wing fooball. Guzowski vill install the T-formation of- ense with variations. He also had an offer of the coaching spot from Quincy, 111, high school recently « T E-X-T-R-A Saving No. 1 ENTIRE STOCK Summer Jewelry '/3 Off THIS WEEK ONLY! "BOYER5 E-X-T-R-A Saving No. 2 Rubbing Alcohol Regular 49c Size 29 c For MEAT-TYPE HOGS EVERY FRIDAY AT WESTERN BUYERS E-X-T-R-A Saving No. 3 REGULAR $5.00 Pearl Necklaces Single Strand FRIDAY IS M-DAY PREMIUM PRICES $ SEE US FIRST Call Us-We'll Come To Your Farm An d Tell You Your Amount of Premium For Delivery To Us On Fridays . . . Call Us Now ! * PORK ACCOUNTS FOR 40% OF IOWA'S FARM INCOME . . . MEAT-TYPE HOGS BRING A PREMIUM AND MEAN BETTER PROFIT AND BETTER PORK LETlSGOTOTHE NATIONAL BARROW SHOW S-ie, 1955 '.... Phone 107 Algona For Your Best Hog Market Over 200 Processing Customers WESTERN BUYERS Phone 107 Your Best Market Algona, la. •*• Friday, July 22 . BABE WAGNER Sunday, July-24 JACK COLE Friday, July 29 1 MALEKS Sunday, July 31 TONY BRADLEY Friday, Aug. 5 FRANK BUHR Sunday, Aug. 7 VANCE DIXON . No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 E-X-T-R-A Saving No. 4 Palm Beach "Summertime" COLOGNE Regular $2.00 Size a longet tomers who desire "pause that refreshes. Ralph Bellows, at the Humboldt WONDER SHOWPLACI CLEAR LAKE , I FRI., JULY 22nd __IOWA CORNHUSKERS SATURDAY, JULY 23 PAUL NEIGHBORS And His Orchestra Adm.: 1.47 plus tax; tot. 1.59 SUNDAY, JULY 24th JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra TUESDAY, JULY 27~ Teen-Age Dance THURSDAY, JULY 28 DAVID CARROLL ORCH. Over 50 million drinks of "Coke" a day are sold through out the world, from the 1100 Coca Cola bottling plants, mosl of which are privately owned. The company also operates 10 syrum plants. This huge enterprise has had a story of continual growth and development in its 70 years of existence. In this week's Algona Upper Des Moines in Coca Cola company makes a full page announce- nent of the two new bottle size King sixe and Family size—as jew companions for the regular jottle of Coke which is a familiar name in ever household in the nation. Steel QUONSET Prices Will Increase STARTING AUGUST 1. ORDER YOUR QUONSET NOW TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE PRESENT LOW PRICE! QUONSET 32 CORN DRYING AND STORAGE BUILDING You can be sure of higher corn profits with the Quonset 32 corn drying and •toraje building. Storing your corn in a wind-retistunt and non-combustible, permanent building ... on your own farm ... to sell at the best time and price . . . ij a direct way to increased earnings. See iw today. Algona Airport Log Miller Steel Bldg. Co. _, ^W!^ Phon« 1290 Milwaukee Depot Pla*», Algona June 30 — W. Daugherty arrived in a Cessna 140. July 1 — Tri-Paeer, owned by Zimmer and Franeescon, Moline, III., landed. Company here to check items at sewage disposal plant; McCullough's Air Ambulance went to Iowa City; George Bryant, Emmetsburg, ' flew in with sprayer. July 3 — Cub from Forest City landed. July 5 — Frank Christiansen, West Bend, landed in Champ; Milo Johnson, Bancroft arrived in J-3 sprayer. July 7 — Ray Caylor, Titonka, flew-in with Aeronca: Roy Campbell, Kansas City, landed in Cessna 120. July 10—Odey Cherland, Lone Rock, flew-in with Piper. July 11 — Pacer from Cherokee landed. July 12 — McCullough's Air Ambulance went to Austin, Minnesota. July 13 — Sprayer from Blue Earth, Minn., arrived; Ed Roozen in Tri-Pacer from Wisconsin. A~Ten percent' dlvulencr p~ay- ment was announced by the Algona National Farm Loan Association this week. Kossuth county farm owners having Federal Land Bank farm loans through the association will receive checks totalling over $12,600, according to secretary-treasurer Eugene H. Hutchins, and will have the effect of reducing the interest cost on their farm loans well below the 4% .rate. The payment was made possible by a dividend which the association received from Thi> Federal Land Bank of Omaha, Hutchins said. The Algona NFLA, owned entirely by local farmers, is one of 107 national farm loan associations which own the capital stock of The Omaha land bank. Directors of the association arc Henry Scheppmann, Irvington, president; Hugh Raney, Algona; Lawrence Dittmer, Lone Rock; Douglas Wildin, ' Algona; and John Miller, Burt. DANCES! City Playground Program Ends Look out mothers, the kids are going to be ;iJl yours in the mornings again—the city sponsored summer recreation program for Algona children came to the end of another season of fun ana instruction last Friday. The six week program, under the co- directorship of Joe Deine.s and Tony Gu/owski, operated on the principle of giving the kids some good healthy recreation, and, at the same time, teach them a few fumdementals of the favorite pass- time of every boy, baseball. About 87 kids took part in the program which included soccer, badminton, croquet, and on rainy clays basketball in the school gym. But uf course baseball was the big activity on the schedule. Fifteen games were played against out of town teams. The summer program was closed by a watermelon feast at the playground Friday morning. Two more games were on the schedule. Friday night the Al.,ma kids played Ringsted, and yesterday, Wednesday, the schedule was completed after a game with the youngsters ftrom Titonka. AT BANCROFT WED., JULY 27 Six Fat Dutchmen WED., AUG. 3rd Fezz Fritche Ex-Algona Boy Gets Degree Wayne Herbert Altwegg, a 1940 graduate of Algona high school, and son of Mr and Mrs W. H. Altwegg, who now operate the Hotel Oxford at Truer, Iu., was one of a class of 108 students graduating from St. Ambrose College in Davenport Sunday, July 10. He received the bachelor of arts degree. Wayne had attended college two years at Winona, Minn, when his education was interrupted by service in the army during World War II. He then held a federal service job in Tokyo, Japan, for six years.

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