The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1955 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1955
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September 29,1955 September 29,1955 Cltwsifteds Pay Dividend —__ BY KEN & LEO'S "We have the LATEST EQUIPMENT to service your ear." It's not just our equipment . . . it's the way we use it that makes happy customers I KEH 6 LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Phone 967 East State St. bT CHBI8 HEEBB A HUM of ThU, * "">* of ThitJ Ko! Much ol .Now that autumn is with us again the bowling sport opens and the lanes are now being filled by the ball tossers who know how to toss, when to toss and so forth. And so, again, I'm getting out the flat iron and doing some definite practicing on the kitchen floor and I hope to have my ball tossing arm in good shape so that when I take on Casey Loss 111 count a couple of pins more than he does, so to speak. This year I expect to take on a match with Hank Furst, too. He's one of • the tops with ball rolling and ball tossing and the way he slaps down those pins is swell, but I expect to do likewise. Casey Loss tells me that he has been giving some attention to the muscles in his ball tossing arm and he has found them respon- sive in every respect and his scores Will go plenty good this Season. And I guess he's got something there, too, because on account of I watched him roll one night recently and it just seemed as though those wooden pins took to their heels the minute he let go the rolling ball. At one time he took five straight strikes and it ain't everybody can do that, even me, with four straight strikes my tops. —o— Though ihe pin lipping season is young there have been some good games rolled already. And it seems that the 200 and above tally is really going to town, so to speak. Of the many on record' so far I checked the following as having tipped over the 200 mark: Murl Potter 225, Ollie Johnson 234, Norm Gade 230, Gordy Schmidt 225, Clarence Ludtke 230, Bob Williams 230, W. G. Schmidt 225,, Whitey Voigt 226, and so on and so on with others following in the 200 mark lane, so to speak. Ollie Johnson seems tops with his 234 score and he tells me that it is just the Swedish in him which is responsible for that and so I checked up the Danish records and found that I stand a good show beating him because on account of the Dane record sort of tops the Swedish angle by seven pins. Nevertheless, notwithstand* ing him being a Swede and me being a Dane when we take on a game it will be worth seeing and the pin count will be close even if in my favor, so to speak. But it' sure is fun to take on the pin tipping again because on account of it's good exercise and it sure is plenty muscle developing in the right arm. —o— And it was one night this week that I visited the local alleys and took in the sights as the local ball throwers and pin tippers took on matches. There was one thing I noticed as those gents came and took off their shoes and put on the bowling shoes that there was no odd nor outstanding smell and this would indicate that they all give their feet a bath often enough to keep odors in the background, so to speak. And Dick Sjogren and Ray Cook, on opposite teams, took on a race as to which could toss the ball down the alley in the most gentlemanly manner. Personally I consider their ball handling and ball rolling a decided tie. They both use about the same angle on arm flings and their feet trot to the alley line in the most gentlemanly fashion, no tramping. And their left arm holds a perfect stance in swing as their right arm releases a fast and thorough* ly speedy going ball right down the lane, never a ditch by either of them. In fact it is my judgment that those two ball tossers and pin tippers sort of load all the others because of their perfect ball tossing delivery. And it's a cinch they never go in the ditch, so to speak. And for ihe benefit and information of the gents who plan to take up ball tossing and pin tipping this season, may I suggest the most perfect practicing method yet evolved. I use it and find it lops in adding strength to your arm muscles as well as helping you to so control your leg muscles that the step for ball delivery is the more perfect. You get hold of your Mrs ironing board and iron and you spend five minutes rubbing that iron back and forth the length of the board. This is to give you more surity of holding the iron. Then you stoop and rub the iron on the floor back and forth several feet and then aftejr five minutes of this you take position to throw the iron as you would the bowling ball. With care you make sure that the iron is held square so 'that when it hits the floOr it is squarely. Then you take a couple of steps as you do on the alley and giving the iron u big swing like you do your bowling ball and then you let it go on the floor just as you let the bull go on the alley. Yep, it's one of the best methods of practicing for delivery and you are sure to improve your bowling n good many hundreds percent, so to speak. Yep, Mr Bowler, try this home bowling practicing. Pitchfork Tine Punctures Knee Of Bancroft Boy Bancroft—Joseph McGuire, 10- ycur-old son of Mr and Mrs Chns. McGuire, fell on a pitch fork tine while playing in the barn. The tine punctured his knee. He was unable to attend school for several days. Mrs Lawrence Bergman received word of the death of Mrs Mae Tessdal of Elmore. Mrs Tessdal was the former Mae Welfare of Ledyard, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack Welfare. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at Ledyard. Mrs Rose Murphy was a dinner guest of Mr and Mrs C. C. Inman Sunday in honor of Mrs Harvey Hcnderickson and son of Washington, D. C. Work Underway On New W. D.LeyHomeAtLakota Lakoia — The carpenters have started the wood framing on the new home of Mr and Mrs W. D. Ley located on the acreage which he purchased from the Gut- knechts. He had built a modern barn and paddock for his show horses last year. Former Teacher Dies Word was received last Monday of the sudden death of R. E. Ha'mquist of a heart attack on Sunday. Mr Hamquist wns a high school teacher in the local school for 12 years prior tb moving to Des Moines. He was teaching in Des Moines this year. Mr Hamquist is survived by Mrs Hamquist, a daughter, Beth, who lives in Alaska and a son, Dale. Funeral services were held Tuesday with burial in Glendale. 80 At Presbytery The First Presbyterian church was host to Fort Dodge Presbytery, Sept. 20 with 80 guests registered. Rev. and Mrs O. H. Frerking of Twin Lakes, retired and former pastor of the local church were present. Mr and Mrs Wm. LaCour of Ellendale, Minn., Mrs Lena Bnindt and son, Wilbert, of Hubbard and the Arlowe Blome family were Sunday dinner guests at the J. C. Blome home. • Mr and Mrs J. W. Cook were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Russell Castor tit Burt. Mr Castor who is starting his first year as Superintendent of the Burt school, taught in the Lokota school fourteen years ago. Carol Dontje, ten year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Dontje, will sing on the Super Vulu T-V show Friday afternoon, Sept. 30. Mrs Kenneth Ullman and baby daughter of Glendive, Mont., and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kienitz of Waccv Tex 1 ., are visiting their mother, Mrs Rachel Kienilz. Kenneth has a month leave from the Air Force. Mr and Mrs Adolph Poppe were Sunday visitors with Mr and Mrs James Muyne at Ledyard. Week-end Shopping Tips From YOUR FRIENDLY STORE rusk's band week specials! -FREE- Angel Skin HAND CREAM WITH Pond's Cold Cream 80c VALUE 55c To Be Given Away FREE! 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The theme is "Your Pharmacist Works for Better Community Health." There are about 105,000 registered pharmacists in the United States. 87% of them work in retail pharmacies. There are 53,000 pharmacies in ihe country. Since 1932, pharmacists have been required to have four years of college work, in one of the nation's 74 colleges ot pharmacy, before they can practice. <, Following graduation, they must pass a rigid examination, given by the State Board of Pharmacy. _ Today, the pharmacist has a greatly increased professional responsibility. He advises the physician on new drugs, dosage forms, and other pertinent information. Pharmacists cannot substitute one product for another in filling a prescription, even though the two products may be similar. It must be exactly as the doctor prescribes. There are two Registered Graduate Pharmacists on duty at Rusk's to serve you capably and accurately in the nmng of your doctor's prescription. f SRIPTIOM Get GREEN STAMPS With Your Purchases Here SUNDRIES-NOTIONS Perfumes -Toiletries I FOUNTAIN SPECIALS

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