The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1955 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
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(la.) Upper 5«* Malnet Thursday, Oefobaf 27, 1955 Whittemore Hi Leads K-E Loop In Baseball Race Four teams remain in the race for the Kossutli-Emmet County Conference baseball crown, following completion of the fall half of the schedule for 1955-56. Whittemore wound up on top with a perfect 7-0 record at the close of the first lap recently. Lone Rock is 6-1, Ringsted, and Fenton 4-3 and a good showing next spring could give any one of the four the title. Alfred Osell, Dolliver, is the league's leading hitter with a .642 mark. Other top-notch stickers included Dick .Potratz, .519, and Roger Potratz .469, Fenton; Dale Bell .500 and Harlan Leininger .475, Whittemore; Dick Bierle .500, John Cotton .458 and Joe Culbertson .400, Lone Rock. Standings W -L Whittemore — 7 0 Lone Roek 6 1 Ringsted 5 2 Fenton 4 3 Grant 2 4 Qruver 2 4 Seneca 1 6 Dolliver __-„•___ 0 7 One game' on the fall slate, Grant vs. Gruver, was cancelled and will be played during the spring season. Miller High Life 10 Mbose No. 1 _.» *.^I2 Clark Grain Co. * —- 9 Don's Phillips 66 9 Bode D-X ._.. 8 Schulte Rec. -— 6 Tuesday League W Harnm's — —18 Paul Seeley Farms 14- Moose No. 2 14 Blate - ,-^-13 RUBS' & Ky's —13 Feterseh's Cafe,--- 12 Barry's Broncos ------- 7 National Guard 5 8 12 15 15 16 18 L 6 10 10 11 11 12 17 19 Palmer, Teeter Win Pin Honors, Barry Leagues W. F. Palmer of Bode flipped a 209 line to earn top honors at Barry's this week. Cliff Teeter tossed a 202 and E. Mittag 200 to round out a trio over 200. League standings: Monday League W L KCs —- 18 6 Bode Billiards --- 18 6 8. time tof AIM-FREEZE VIKING Hit SPECIALS! Polar Permanent A NT I-FREEZE LASTS ALL WINTER! ^ ; • ' ''••.• X "' , itfcj Tested and Approved -by State Bureau of Inspection and Licensing 50-50 Mix Protects to 30 Below Zero Polar Methanol ANTI-FREEZE PER GALLON (In Own Container) This Anti-Freeze Has Protective Rust Inhibitor Viking Heavy Duty Premium Motor Oil PER GALLON (In 30-Gallon Drum) A Top-Grade Oil MC-DG Service VARCON BATTERIES (5-Year Guarantee) -K-K-K-K-K-K-K-K* VIKING , oa co. I. B.'C4RtSON, MANAGER 3 Share Honors In Hawkeye Loop Art Ashton, Bill Johnson and Collie Hanselman each grabbed a share of the kegling honors at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Ashton had top single line, a 257, and top series, 634, while Johnson also topped 600 with : his 601 count. Hahselman tossed a triplicate series of three straight lines of 156. Other men • over 200 included MeiU Baker 219, L. .Veldhouse 205, Chuck Davis 223, Harry Cfreenberg 225, Paul Engen 201, Jim Walker 224, Chuck Mullin 212, Ed Weig 202, Buck Davis 204, Erv Mittag 205, Ernie God- frcdsen 220, Chan Dailey 214, Wilford Rood 200, Les Kenyon 202 and Dick Cowan 207. The Studer's team holds a one- game lead over the Titonka Indians in the American League, while Ernie Williams Pontiac- Cadillac is two games in front of Algona Produce in the National loop. 6 V^fiifiifliilr BU(|$ Pretiy cule, aren'i Jhey? Wayne Alderson of Fenton thinks so. He bought the above litter of six purebred Weimaraners recently, and plans to sell them. The pups were born August 1, to purebred sires. Wayne owned the mother, and the sire was owned by a Lost Island man. Weimaraners are native to Germany and Hungary, and are a developed strain from the bloodhound with several crosses to bring \ color and disposition and a natural instinct for hunting and retrieving. Purchasers must pledge never to cross them with any other breed. Just as this picture was taken, Number Six ducked behind one of his brothers and doesn't quite show — but he's there. , GERMAN Services at the East-Friesland Presbyterian Church in Ackley were conducted in German recently. There was singing and meditation all in the German language. JAILBIRD A pelican injured its wing when it collided with some wire in Akron. It was lodged in the city jail while the injured wing was mending. The bird weighed 30 Ibs. Blnkjer W. M. F. Society Elects Fenion—The Blakjer WMF society met Thursday afternoon with hostesses Mrs Henry Wilberg and Mrs Kenneth Halverson. At the business meeting, election of officers was held for the coming year. It was voted that officers who have served only one year serve this coming year. This includes, president, Mrs Amy Cherland; vice president, Mrs Ted Jensen Ole Pederson; Odey Cherland, treasurer, Mrs Christian Nurture secretary, Mrs Curtis Olsen; Higher Education secretary, Mrs John Johannesen; secretary, Mrs, treasurer, Mrs and assistant Peter Jensen. T |)<HHT!.., \\Jiat w ,/r/Hiciiy Hydra-Malic suiootlincss!., • nit filainor! New Slurjiff Styling! ^•*'' You'll say "Oh-h-hl" 1 for sure fe \vlrcu you sfc Olds for '56! See them on "OHI Day" Nov. 3rd at your OLDSMOBILE Dealer's! VOTE FOR Roy R. Hutzell FOR MAYOR EXPERIENCED IN CITY GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS MEMBER OF CITY COUNCIL SINCE 1951 If Elected To The Office Of Mayor, My Personal Business Affairs Will Be Arranged To Allow Ample Time For The Proper Adminis* tratibn Of The Duties Of'The fl Ot%e.i''H'''..> Promotion secretary, Mrs Henry Wilberg and Radio secretary, Mrs F^ed Johannesen. The following new secretaries were elected: Missions, Mrs Harlan Blockhus to succeed Mrs Kenneth Halverson; Cradle Roll, Mrs Carfie JeftS6h to succeed Mrs Elrrief KraUse; Cha'rltieS, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen to sue- c«ed Mrs Otto -Jensen; Life Membership and In Mernorlam, Mrs Herman Qellehfeldt'to site* ctjed Mrs Martin .Wiiberg; His.- tdrian, Mrs Peter .Thofson to succeed Mrs .Henry'Lodft." ;: " ' •' Mrs Henry Lpoft 'was named on the Ways andMeans' commit * tee, and auditors are Mrs MelViii Bratrud and Mrs Oftb Jensen. The nominating 'committee named for next year is, Mrs, Heriry Wilberg, Mrs Curtis Olsen arid Mrs Martin Wilbei-g.'Named Ton the finance committee to meet with the treasurer were :Mrs Otto Wilberg and Mrs Henry". Looft; -'••• Mrs Cflrrie; Jensen gave a' report on the Circuit WMF Convention held ' at Our Saviour's Lutheran church near Lost Island, Oct. -4th. The Bible s,tudy was presented by Mrs Lawrence Johannesen. > Independence Homemakers The Independence Mixers Homemakers Club met at the Township Hall Thursday afternoon, Oct.- 20, with Mrs. Ruebeh Berkland hostess and Mrs William Weiner co-hostess, • Roll call was answered by 16 women, Mesdames Eugene Huskamp, Robert Berkeland, Everett Hartman, Clarence Underwood, Darol Underwood, Dick Underwood, Eldon Rhodes, Joy Jens- void, Rueben Berkland, Thomas Twaiten, Bertel Berkeland* Olga Huskamp, Clarence Wegener, Carl Beck, Earl Lufkin and William Weiner. After the business meeting Mrs Wegener handed out blue ribbons to Mrs Bertel Berkeland, Mrs Joy Jensvold,' • Mrs: 01|a HUskamp> 'Mrs-'HobertTf KrMp; and Mrs Eldori Rhodes for having read at -ledst six'- booW during the past year. , ' Mrs Ernest Vottelef has been chosen to act. as survey>captaiiti forr the'.'Iowa Harm/flUfeall.rWCf- nVan'sV; Farm.•'.Acddeh.V; '*£&& with Mrs Robert H e rkela"ttd^ 'M« Eldon Rhodes afld Mrs. Ed Solberg as flToty'hship. surveyors* ( Mrs Robert Berkelajid and' Mrs" Earl 'Lutkin were v .lb, attend the training school ,OH .Wtf.od finishing; Oct. U. ; i .;,•;"T For entertainment, Mrs Eugene Huskamp conducted a gflme,:Mr^ Bertel Berkeland read an articlej and Mrs Everett Hartman show* ed her button collectlbri. ' tola Berkeland afld Nahey Cole, instructors in the public school at Kanawha were Monday evening dinner guests in thd B. G, Berkeland home. LONE ROCK N6WS Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomsen, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thomsen attended the Iowa State- Kansas State, football, game at Ames Saturday. Supper 'guests Sunday of Mi- arid Mrs Ben Schmidt were Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppman or Irvington, Mr and: Mrs iGene Blanchard and family, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Steve and Lila Schmidt. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards were supper guests Saturday at the Kenneth Richards home at Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich visited Mrs Mary Houck and Mr afid Mrs Harold tteuck at Hum 1 - 'bildt; Sunday and jWere slipper giiesls the«?;$ 5yv.;"; gv| •;',-/ " VMr- aftcV 'Mrl deSrjN KUsner, Lenny and Janice and ,Jane visit* 6d Sunday at W4sl Bfend at the Jiadore Bes£h' >hjbiW6., ,. t . ,,. ; , , iThev-lione-, ftobib tegioh' will meet Nov. 2 at- ?:pO.- p.m.- at the Legion hall tat a ;j}qt iludk Stipger and' bazaarY: "y^'M '(• *?il-2*^V* • Mrs Albert ;Rojse?,;bf i filar iWda fftas a reeeftt over; ftite'? guest :of Mrs Wilfred Hadig-! -.She iilHhe 'W'est district president :: of the Lutheran * Wo_ir1«Si's<> MijjSi6na,ry League andJ\yy the:jn'«lr| ipfiak- er; at :the. Fall Rally,, of ^h^ Algona Circuit. ' ? .,'. < •"'^.-.\. First regular meeting ol i the : Lone Rock Lively Rijckets" was held Oct. 20 at the home : q*f Jfa"ne Kissner with installation -ty£ officers. Each new ,member .'was also initiated into the clvib including' Jarlice • Kissner,; Janice! :Elsbecker, Muriel •••• Nordihe, r tfahet Hahna. Lavpnne >Thorrips6ri, Jo Ann McClpish,' DaWn Schultz and Susan Montgomery. > C-ut of town relatives that attended the funeral of Mrs Weiner of Burt were Mr and Mrs Christ Weiner and Mr Albert Weiner of Hinton, la., Mrs Aug Ba'um of Huron, S. D., Mrs Mary Weiner, Mrs Mabel Weiner of Pipestone, Minn.,,Mr and Mrs Art Schuster. Mr and Mrs Paul Weiner, Mr and Mrs Peter infests of Fulda, Minn., Mr and Mrs Verm McDonough, Odeboldt; Mr and Mrs Laverne Schroeder of Moville; Mrs Henry Weiner, Mr and Mrs Joe Gerace, Mr and Mrs Fred. Miller and Mrs Elmer Miller Of: Spring Valley, 111. and Charles Weiner of Tama. 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