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THIS PORKER BOASTS PRICE APPEAL IT'S MEAT Type THIS HOG WEIGHS 200 to 230 POUNDS, AND IS THE IDEAL MARKET HOG. CUTS FROM THIS HOG WILL APPEAL TO THE LADY WHO DOES THE SHOPPING FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. HOG RAISERS TODAY HAVE TO DO MORE THAN JUST RAISE HOGS . . . THEY MUST RAISE THEM SO THE CARCASS CUTS WILL SELL. THE MEAT-TYPE HOG IS THE ANSWER TO INCREASING THE COUNTER SALES OF PORK. "Swiff fo Trim Fat From Pork" CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - Swift A Co., th* nation's largest meat packer. Wednesday announced it would adopt a policy of close trimming of fat off pork products starling Nov. 14. P. E. Petty, Swift vice-president, said, "we are departing from traditional pork trimming methods generally practiced in the meat industry." Petty said the change in pork marketing "is in line with current nationwide efforts by the meat industry and the government to stimulate pork consumption." Fat on fresh pork loins and shoulder butts will be trimmed to 14 inch, Petty said. In the past some trimming has been done by individual retail meat dealers, he added. 'The new lean look in pork will provide more protein and will give homemakers more lean meat servings per pound of pork," Petty said. MR, FARMER: We Pay Premium Prices For Meat-Type Hogs. Call Us at 107 - Algona - We'll Come To Your Farm & Tell You Your Amount of Premium AND WE APPRECIATE THE CHANCE TO WORK WITH YOU FOR BETTER PORK THROUGH MEAT-TYPE HOGS * . * » • Serving Mid-West Pork Raisers For 25 Years WESTERN BUYERS SiLUNG TO OVIR 200 PROCESSORS OF PORK WON! 107 '.'•••'* ALGONA, K>WA aigona Upper Bes Jttoines; ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1955 VCH. 92 - NO. 46 Academy Knights Roll With Two Cage Victoty Openers 10 Letlermen Report Here For Wrestling Coach Champ Martin, wrestling instructor at AJgona high school, is working daily with a squad of 40 varsity candidates in preparation for the opening duel meet of the season, Wednesday night, Nov. 30 with Britt in the local gym. According to Martin, Britt and Fort Dodge, two of the Bulldoa opponents this year, will both be ranked in the top five teams in the state by the end of the year. Britt has nine lettermen back from last year's fine team. At present, 10 lettermen are working out. They are Bill Rich, 154, Terry Cook, 138, Francis Bjustrom, 127, Harold Bjustrom. 145, Barrel Davis, 154-165, Larry Johnson, 133, Don Moore, 145. Gordon Braun, 120, Gene Helmers, 112, and Morris Harbour 103. Two lettermen have not reported. Don Hansen,' top point winner for last year's aggregation in the 103 pound division, will not be available for duty as he is recovering from serious injuries received in an auto accident in September, and Dave Seller, heavyweight last year, has not decided definitely if he will wrestle this winter. Of the lettermen, Cook, Harold Bjustrom, Johnson, Braun. Helmers and Harbour are seniors, Rich, Davis and Moore are juniors and Francis Bjustrom is a sophomore. Other men out for wrestling, most of them with little or no experience, are: Larry Schepp- mann, Allan Walker, John Moxley, Fred Strahovn, Arnold Braun, David Schneider, Gary Jennings, David Johnson, Mike Seller. Richard Olsen, Bill Hutchison, Wayne Williams, Jim Moxley, Paul Christoffcrs, 'Carl Brown, Charles Johnson, Larry Cook. Richard Rochleau, Garry Davis, Gerald Etherington, Albert Fosnaugh, Jim Kain, Paul Opheim, James Adreon, Ranald Wyatt, Larry Wyatt, Robert Arend and Glen Culbertson. Seven duel meets are on the schedule, but Martin is trying to add another opponent or two to the slate. The Bulldogs will tangle with Clarion,- Eagle Grove and Fort Dodge here, besides Britt. Martin got underway with the junior high hopefuls Monday night, with 24 youngsters signed up. He is working with the 8th graders Monday and Wednesday and the seventh grade grapplers take the mat Tuesday arid Thursday each week. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST NO HALL Ogden won't get a new city hall right away, after all. The council recently rejected all bids on a proposed new structure, feeling that the costs were too high. By Ol' Man Mose The women outguessed everyone this week, with Mrs B. J. Bradford. Algona, and Mrs Jay Carlson, Wesley, taking the first and second place awards. Paul Goecke, Algona, got third as all three got 17 of the 20 tough games right. Mrs Bradford's point guess of 55 was 12 short of the TCU- Texas 47-20 score, but was closer than the 48 picked by Mrs Carlson and 46 by Goecke, so she will receive a check for - $10. Mrs Carlson gets S3 and Goecke 52. Eight persons, including Mrs Robert Anderson, Fenton; Mrs Arthur Klein, Sexton; John Leininger, Whitlemore; and Helen Gerber, Jack Lichier, Mrs Mary Rousseau, Dave Kohl and J. L. Gearen, all of Algona, were one game off the pace with 16 right. A total of 24 entrants got 15 right. They were Mrs Arthur Dimler, LuVerne; Jim McDonnell, Whittemore; J. F. Beckley, Fenton; Mrs Arthur Klein, Sexton; and these Algonans: J. F. Moe, R. R. Moe, Mrs Oryille Kinden, Walt Hagen, Mrs B. J. Bradford, L. G. Lenz, Mrs Melvin Kern, Pat Metzen, Mrs Perry Lowman, W W. Gillespie, Cecil Schil- rnoeller, Father L. F. Rosmann, Dave Kohl, Dick Pratt, Ed Mawdsley, Helen Geilenfeld, Nicki Clark, Bob Slobe, Jerry Rupp and W. A. Foster. There were 37 with 14 correct. Included were J. F. Beckley, Larry Sorensen and Marv Bellinger, Fenton; R. D. Walker (2"), Lone Rock; Jim McDonnell and Francis Erpelding, Whiitemore; Jim Mullin, Wesley; Lament Jansen, Bancroft; Kenneth Sarchet, Burl; C. B. Robinson, CorwUh: and Donald Chadwell, W. W. Gillespie, Don Johnson, <Mrs R. Moe, Mrs Clifford! Haase, Mrs Lyle Black, Harry Spongberg, Bob Devine, Mrs Verle Elmore, Marie Gearen, Mrs Bill Laubenthal, Mrs Chester Willey, Francis Bunting, Howie Funk, Robert Holcomb, Nancy Geilenfeld, Carl Pearson, Mrs Les Kenyon, Ken Bunkofske, Jerry Rupp, Barbara Barllell, Faye Hutchinson, Art Ashton, Mrs Charles Hoffmann, Louie Gilbride and Joan Goecke, all of Algona. A search of the rett of Jhe big slack of entries showed that 59 persons got 13 right, 53 got 12 right, 36 got 11 right, 27 got ten, 18 got nine, seven got eight and James Diers, Bancroft, with seven of 20 right, got the crying towel of the week. Yale, Mississippi State, Wisconsin, SMU and Missouri let most of the guessers down by losing their games Saturday. Now for the final contest. It's the last chance during the 1955 season to get in on the prise money, so fill in the entry blank to be found on another page of the UDM today and mail or bring it to our office not later than noon Saiur- day. We had a couple of late entries this week, so be sure and get them in on time. Geelans Crew At Whittemore In 3rd Game The St. Cecelia's Blue Knights picked up their second -straight win of the new basketball campaign Sunday a.« they downed St. Joseph's, Mason City, 43-36, at Mason City. The Knights opened Ihe season with a 51-46 win at Livermore Friday night. Coach Jim Geelan's crew will travel to Whittemore for an engagement with Presentation Academy Friday night, then pl;iy host to Emmetsburg Catholic in the high school gym here Sunday in their first home appearance. St. Cecelia's blasted St. Joseph's out of the game early, then hung on to take their seven point win. With Tom Kinsey. Cecil ScJiil- moeller, Jim Cink and Dick Ristau handling the scoring in first class shape, they led, 23-13 at the half. The Joha\vks, who were troubled by fouls all afternoon, finally found the range in the final two periods and out-scored the Knights, but couldn't overtake them. Three St. Joe starters fouled out as the Johawks committed 22 fouls. Tom Kinsey of ihe Knights was top scorer for the day with 11 points. Schilrnoeller added ten and Cink and RtsUiu got nine each. Paul Fandel led the losers with ten counters The little Knights took opener, 29-19. Box score: St. Cecelia's (43) FG Bebo 0 Cink 3 Van Allen 2 Kinsey 2 Schilrnoeller 2 Ristau 4 Algona Hi Cagers Open On Nov. 22 With Belmond Here There weren't many old faces on hand when Coach Bob King opened basketball drills at Algona high school, Monday, Nov. 7. In fact, only one regular, center Doug Meyer, was there to represent last year's outstanding team. Besides Meyer, guards Bob Harms and Loren Nelson and forward-center Rod Kickbush are the only lettermen out for the sport. "Graduation leveled four of the five members of King's team, which won 19 and lost six, and went all the way to the finals of the sub-state last March before falling to Ames' state champs. The team also swept BASKETBALL FANS DON'T MISS HAZEL WALKER AND HER ARKANSAS TRAVELERS SATURDAY, NOV. 19 ALGONA HIGH GYM 8 P.M. Mitt Walker and her outstanding pro girls team wilt meet a grogp of male all-stars which will include the top basketballer* in this area. They will play men's rules and are billed as "THE GREATEST BASKETBALL ATTRACTION IN AMERICA" At haiftime, Hazel will demonstrate the free throwing ability that helped her fet the national record, 49 out of 50. ADMISSION: Adults - 75c Students - 50c by the Aigona JayCees, who will ut» all funtfo reistd to fe*» the high school and academy (9 their annual banquet next tonne- to the North Central Conference championship, but chances of a repeat seem improbable. "Eagle Grove and Webster City should be the best teams in the league," says King, "with Iowa Falls, Humboldt and Clear Lake ready to give the Eagles and Lynx plenty of trouble." Bob will be attempting to keep his personal string of successful seasons intact, and at the same time attempt to keep Algona's conference record, the best in the loop over the past eight years, right at the top. Nelson, Harms and Ted Finley, a junior up from the B-team last year, are battling it out for the two guard spots. King's offense this year will feature the speed of this trio. Four forwards have shown promise so far. Kickbush, Ron Zittritsch, Bob Slobe and Frank Kern could handle the job. it they continue to develop fast enough for the campaign. Kickbush played some last year, Zitt- ritsch and Slobe are up from the fresh-soph team and Kern, a senior, is making his first try as a basketballer. Meyer will handle the center spot, with relief from Kickbush when needed. So far, these eight men have looked the sharpest of the 14-man crew. The other squad members are juniors Duane Kueck, Bob Hardy, Dave Kohl and Truman Shackelford and seniors Vernon Christoffers and Jae Givens. The Bulldogs open their season next Tuesday, Nov. 22, when Belmond's good fast team pays a visit to the local gym. A contest the following Tuesday, Nov. 29, with Emmetsburg here v.'ill help the team round into shape for the conference opener Dec. 2 at Clear Lake. The varsity may receive some help from Coach Jason Loving's 26-man fresh-soph group before the season is over. The B-team will play a full schedule of games against teams from each of the schools the varsity plays during the season. PF 0 3 0 7 0 1 the PF 1 3 1 13 17 14 St. Joseph's (36) FG FT PF Smith 1 1 5 Mullan 2 5 2 Reardon .= -2 0 5 Katz -. 2 3 ,3 Fandel ' 4 2 5 Enrieht .' 1 I 2 Lynch ---0 2 0 12 14 Burt Wins Pair From Seneca Burt clouted Seneca twice at Burt Thursday night. The girls took a 34-25 verdict in the opener and the boys romped to a 6520 win in the finale. The third quarter settled the issue in the girls contest. Burt, ahead 17-11 at the half, grabbed a 25-15 bulge at the three-quarter, niark and went on to win. Mary Keith got 17 points and Barbara Dremmel 13 ' for Burt, while Beaver got 14 for the losers. Seneca stayed in the boys contest for one quarter. Burt led, 10-4 at that point. By haiftime the Bears were ahead, 26-6, and by the end of the third period led, 40-11. Jerry Carman led the Bur!, scoring with 18 points. Gary Gid- dinss and Larry Manus added ten apiece, while Looft was high for Seneca with eight tallies. Whittemore Gal Cagers Win Whittemore's girls bopped Curlew, 59-29, at Whittemore Friday night after taking a 21-0 lead at the end of the first period. The winners held a 37-9 lead at the half and won etaily even thou|h Coach Francis Slafile emptied the bencn during me game. Vaudt got 23 points and Wood 22 for Whltteraore, vyhile Anderson tallied 16 for the losers. Ledyard, Lone Teams Divide Lone Rock and Ledyurd split a basketball doubleheadf-r at Ledyard, Nov. 8, the home girls taking a 48-35 decision while- the boys lost, 46-33. Ledyard's girls were in front, 17-11 at the quarter and were never headed as Doris Got-u pumped in 28 points. Madonna Marlow topped the losers with 13 tallies. The boys game was tied, ti-(j at tlie quarter, but Lone Rock g>it rolling in the second period to lead, 22-14 at haiftime. The winners were ahead by 12 points at the three-quarter mark. John Cotton led the Lone Rock sco: ing with 15 points, wiule Di-i.ny Knoner got 11 fur the lusi-i-.->. Whittemore Hi Divides A Pair Whittemore high school split two basketball games last WLt-k. Ring.^ted walloped the Whnu-- more five, 78-44. Tuesday and then Coach Jensen's team c.iiu? b;j(-k to trounce CurK •.'.-, 61-42, Friday. Ringsted took a 49-14 halftim-2 lead and won with eusi- Llii.iiu- bers got 27 points fo; rh>- v.-:n- ners, while Leininger got 18 and Lauck 13 for Whittemort;. Leminger poked in 25 points and Lauck 2<J as Whittemore got in front of Curlew and led all ihj» way to the finish. MORE SPORTS NEWS ON PAGE TWO THIS SECTION

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