The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 38
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1955
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8-AIgewo (In.) Upper DPS Moines Thursday, August 11, 1955 Wedding Licenses Six \\L-i1ii:n^ hrt'iiM's \VCTI> issued this \\vi-H by CiHin'i.v C'liTk Alma FY;<i .-on. Thry went In: Alftvd .1. Miles and .l:miit j (.tiililanri. Algnn;i: Ardin 7-iolsko and Mary Ann I.uo- iiit'i-. S\vr;i City: James E. Duncan ami LaVcnnc Christensi-n. Ciillondnr: Drnni? L. Wuebkor, Jefferson, and Joan L. Bleich. Algona: Orville Kressin, Lone Hock, and Caroline C. Friedrich, Fentnn; and David Weslon, Kcl lost;, and Di'loris L. Trunkhill, Hurt. a-D-M Want Ads Bring Result dollar's FRIDAY ond SATURDAY! In All New Fall Colors ! Pairs First ou} on Dollar Days! Pairs and pairs of sheer, wanted 51 gauge 15 denier NYLONS . . . and in the most-in-demand fall shades! This will crowd our hosiery counter — so be early for your share of stockings! LARGE WASH CLOTHS Another item first out Dollar Days! Large size wash cloths 12x12 inches. Made of double terry which means lots of wear. In neat, colorful bathroom shades. SO-SQUARE PRINTS Bolt after bolt after bolt of bright, crisp and colorful 80-square Prints going Dn sale Dollar Days! Lots if sewing uses for these washable fabrics. Yds. *I LADIES BLOUSES And a nice assortment of ladies Polo Shirts offered in the same group, at the same low price! Most are summer styles, sleeveless and short sleeves. On the Balcony! 1 CHILDS BLUE JEANS For sizes one to six — we have this extra special Dollar Days value! Rugged blue jeans, sirong seams, and with most of Ihem comes a detachable set of suspenders. LARGE SHAG RUGS Once you see these, you'll likely want more than just TWO! Each measures a full 24 y 36 inches, with friged ends, and non-skid back. Assorted colors. for SHOP FOR THE BARGAINS IN AIR-CONDITIONED GRAHAM'S Langmack, Smith Settle Golf Title Here Sunday 1955 Champion Candidates Are Raled Even Two of Algona's finest golfers. Craig Smith and Pete Langmack, will tee off early Sunday morning in quest of the cham- oionship of Algona Country Club tor 1955. The pair will "tangle in a scheduled 36-hole match that will serve as a fitting climax tc a good golf season at the loca" club. Both g.ilfers have battled past three opp ments on their way to the big much, and on the basis of comparative shots, must bi- considered equal to each other so the finale should be a danclv. They will play the first 18 holes in the morning, the final 18, if necessary. Sunday afternoon. Langmaek's advance into the finals from the semi-finals was the most sensational effort of the tourney. He edged Dr. Harold Erickson, 1-up, last Sunday by winning the last three holes of the match. Smith advanced to the finals a week before with a 5-4 win over Jack Canning. Erickson was two-up with three holes to play. His game suddenly went to pieces, while Langmack gritted his teeth and coolly made clean shots one after the other to win. He took the seventh, eighth and ninth holes, the final three of the match, by shooting par golf, and saw Erickson's hope go down the drain when the young doctor pulled his second shot on the final hole under a small fir tree to the left of the green where recovery was impossible. Smith will be making his third attempt at the club championship, while Pete, a 1955 Algona High graduate, is shooting for his first big title. A high school student, Nidas Dermand, took the title a year ago. The Win gave the Post Office team undisputed possession of second place as they chalked up their fourth straight win. The Bulldozers had things all their way until the bottom of the third frame, counting four runs in the first and five in the second to take a 9-4 lead. The Post Office outfit came to life in the third, counted ten runs to make it 14-9, and led the rest of the way. By the time winning pitcher Hank Geilenfeld left the mound, the winners had a 17-9 lead, and although the losers knocked the tar out of Don Smith's offerings, they fell one run short with a four-run rally in the top of the seventh as Eldic Winkel got an unassisted double play to end the game. Merle Thompson got four hits for the losers, including a pair of home runs. Tom Buscher ano Jim Schult/. also got four-baggers for the Bulldozers, who outhit the Post Office team, 19-13. Julie Baas was three-for-three and Bill Allen three-for-four at the plate for the winners. Jim Schult/. was the losing pitcher. Standings W Collegians 8 Post Office 5 Independents 4 Egg Heads 3 Bulldozers 2 National Guard 1 Post Office Downs Dozers, Take Second The Post Office Softball team fought off a last-inning bid by the Bulldozers and took a 20-19 vyin in the only Algona Recreation League game of the week at the Athletic Park Monday night. Titonka Soldier Expert Shot HONSHU, JAPAN — Pfc. Darold R. Boever. 22, son of Mrs Mary Boever, Titonka, recently qualified as expert in firing the M-l rifle in Japan.* Boever, a clerk in 3d Battalion's Headquarters Company, a part of the 1st Cavalry Division's 8th Regiment entered the Army in September 1953 and was last sta tioned at Camp Gordon, Ga. He attended Titonka High School. UDM To Extra Readers This Week Distribution of this issue of the Algona Upper Des Moines is being made to , many hundreds of additional homes this week, in ICossuth County and adjoining areas. These issues are stamped "Sample Copies". If one is received at your home, you are cordially invited to enjoy our news, and to scan the many bargain values offered for Algona's twin "Dollar Days". And in case you'd Fri. & Sat. Special Alarm Clock $1.79 LANGMACK "BEN FRANKLIN" VARIETY YSONLY! MODERN BOOK CASE HEAD HOARD SUITE <,i .•;:..d.-n. ; tyhr.;- 1 , with ;: ,,i : \< :i fi-atmv ' Iii- d.-:,K'i flu :. ;:.,.••' ii;,i |,cd and !)uubi>- D;.•,-.•: THIS OFFER FOR DOLLAR DAYS oM.Y. $ 50 BJUSTROM FURNITURE EASY TERMS f FREE PARKING IN REAR • FREE DELIVERY Legion Slams Goldfield 174 In Finale Algona's Junior Legion baseball (cam. featuring a no-hit effort by hurler Al Grill, clobbered Goldfield High, 17-0, at Goldfield Tuesday night. The win furnished a perfect climax to a fine, 20-10, won - lost record for Coach F,verett Barr's team. The locals took a 3-0 lead in the first four frames, added a pair of tallies in the fifth and closed with seven in the sixth and five in the seventh. Home runs by Don Baker, who clubbed one in the sixth, and Joe Henderson, who poked one out in the seventh, helped the big uprisings by the locals. Grill was never in trouble as Goldfield had only two base runners all night. He walked a man in the fourth, but he died on second, and in the sixth, after issuing his second free pass, the runner was thrown out when he attempted to steal. Al whiffed nine as he hung up his seventh win against one loss for the year, to be the top hurler on the staff. Henderson got four hits, including his home run, while Baker got a triple and single besides his lour master. They accumulateo seven of Algona's 11 blows. Box score: Algona (17) AB R H Slobe, Ib. 4 3 2 Baker, ss. 5 3 3 Meyer, cf. 4 1 0 Henderson, 3b. 5 1 4 Schilmoeller, rf. 3 1 0 Finley, c. 4 1 0 Hood, 2b. 3 1 « Grill, p. 3 2 1 Kohl, If. 2 2 v Hansen, rf. 1 1 0 34 17 11 Mr and Mrs Barr and Frea Kent, Jr. feted the entire squad to a shrimp feed at Barr's homt Wednesday night in celebration of the year's record. like to subscribe to the UDM, we'd welcome your subscription! The first barbed wire was made in 1873 by Joseph F. Glidden of DeKalb. Illinois. A WHALE OF A DOLLAR DAY SALE Fri. & Sat. Only ONE - LOAF Bread Boxes Reg. $1.25 ALL SHAPES Shadow Boxes All Sizes All Colors PRICE ITALIAN IMPORTED Cannisler Sets 7 PC. Copper and Aluminum Set Reg. $4.75 8.95 Register Here For LUCKY BUCKS HALL- STRAHORN HARDWARE FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY AT "THE HUB' SPECIAL GROUP MEN'S SLACKS Retailing At $5.95 to $10.95 BUY ONE PAIR, GET SECOND PAIR ~ 100 SPECIAL GROUP SHORT SLEEVED SPORT SHIRTS Retailing at $1.95 to $5.95 BUY ONE SHIRT, GET SECOND SHIRT $ 1.00 C LEUTHDLmWlLLIAMS ALGONA, IOWA fci DON'T PASS THESE TWO OUTSTANDING BARGAINS Botany Yarn Sale THIS IS THE BIGGEST WOOL YARN SALE IN THE HISTORY OF ALGONA. YOUR CHANCE TO BUY THIS FAMOUS LINE OF YARN AT REAL CLOSEOUT PRICES. WE ARE DISCONTINUING THIS FAMOUS LINE, SO STOCK UP NOW FOR YOUR FALL NEEDS. 4 Oz. Knitting Worsted Re$ ft rly 2 Oz. Sport Yarn 2 Oz. Saxtone Yarn Regularly $1,19 Piece Goods Special THIS IS OUR SECOND RED HOT SPECIAL FOR DOLLAR DAYS. WE WILL OFFER A SPECIAL ASSORTMENT OF PIECE GOODS THAT REGULARLY SELL UP TO 69c PER YARD. THIS ASSORTMENT WILL INCLUDE PRINT- El) BROADCLOTHS AND QUADRIGA PRINTS. COME IN EARLY AND MAKE CERTAIN YOU GET IN ON THIS BARGAIN! 3 Yards S 1.00 The Chrischilles Store

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