The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1955
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M^'"K?*s*>?i lii tifsthe a rJiasoftlK'flie ari>W»TO -he jfost- ;0ti»a 22$ line this /week. Other Jtj&i oMr .the 200C fljaifk-' included $fi Nelson 21% -216, Chuck Mullini-lteyOlpe f iphhsorl ,225, Leo,, G^dnefvaol, "v Jpe-fioriahtie' 207, and '•• work?at| the Uppfcr W0sley Cagers BdwTjpWoden Woden's b'asMetballers dowrie'c Weslef "twice" at Wesley; Ndy. 1& The gffls wbri, 46-38, and. the '' , en took a 17-2 lead 1H t'tte first iJerldiJ of the girl's contest and Held off Wesley's attempt to pull evenv Dbwns got 21 points for, Wesley, whlleM, Devine with •22 p6int<Lafid £.. Devine .with, 20 points^ 16d. the winners./ \ A Sol .'third- period .debited" the iboys game, lor Wodem Hinders led the Winners With 21 points, : while Hoot got 14 and Robinson 12 for: Wesley*. .; i . ' > THOSE WANT (There's no short-cut to diamond quality. For assured fine value, ;, Come in and see the extra brilliance and beauty [{ of.pur 1 Orange Blossom rings.. '. 10% down—10% month. '''Registered Jecoe/er - American Gem Society •'; : .ALGONA, IOWA PARKAS Complete Sizes 4-20 7.97 To 14.95 Quilted Moulon — trim hoods — full quilted body — everything a PARKA should have — and' then some I MENS JACKETS — All Sizes — From Little Guys Up to Big 54's. Try us and see. SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL! IN OUR LAST WEEK'S AD — We told you about the terrific response we've had on our Children's Parkas. Due to this we have had to REDUCE CHILDREN'S SURCOATS Sizes left 8 to 12. For you who are looking for a terrific value. }-*' you must see these now to appreciate! DIAMOND'S SURPLUS StORE . ... Mow . , . : *',''•;.-, 'JuT.'- kennelh Safehet.o'f* BuH, : 'a W*fula* «nl*arii lifi.ltoj weekly cottlesi, closed out ihi season by litemf ihS 110 mit is*l*6 aMraM in 6ur final donUsi. TCen tfo* 16 flf the JO sfsmifs right, as did five other conte'stanfs, arid his poinif tfurts of S5 was clbsest to Jhfc 41 total 'flirty uj> as Oklahoim «ftiMi*a Nebraska* (Note—•th'fire was sin enify that topped all oihrts, but it was turned in by ail ineligible participant. Tbffi Waller, son of our editor. Tom got 16 games eorreet, and had a point gite*s of 49 which wduld have taken iep money.) • Carl Pearson and J; F. M6e, both of Algona, won second and third place. Each had 16 right, and Pearson's point guess. 57, was worth $3, while Mod guessed 59 and Woft ih* $2 ihird prize. Three other Algonans, Nancy Gellenfeld, Orville, Kinden ( and Karen Haase, also got 16 right, but were slighily off on total points. ',. .".. . , ' Fourteen persons, including Mrs'Robert Anderson and Keith Bellinger, Fenion; Mr* Arfhur Klein,. Sexton; Mrs Ralph Dimler, LuVerne; Dick McMahon, Pocahonias; ind Al GrilL Mrs Leonard Goecke, Frank Rosmann, Dave Kohl, Mrs Chet Webb, Louie Gilbride, W:W. Gillesple, Jerry Hupp and Walt Hagen, all of Algona, got 15 games right. A total of 27 persons got 14 right. They were Jim McDonnell, Whiiiemore; Larry Sorensen, Fenton; Lamont Jansen, Bancroft; Dorothy Rieken, Burl; and Jerry Rupp (2), Gail Kirkland, Al Granzow, Mrs Chester Willey, LilUan Ringsdorf, Mrs Jim Esser, Roland Bode, Merrill Walker. Mrs Clara Walker, Tom Kenefick, Dick Ptatf, Don Johnson, Bob Slobe,. W. A. Foster, Barbara Bartleit, Helen Gerber, Mrs W. W. Gillespie, Howie Funk, Mrs Lowell Samp.^Nicki Clark, Mrs Lyle Black and Jim McMahon, all of Algona. Going on down through the stack, 63 got 13 right, 51 got 12, 17 got' 11 and Marie Gearen and Mrs Verle Elmore, both of Algona, share the final crying towel with ten of 20 right. ' The ten-week season of contests has proven "very interesting, as usual. A break-down of the winnings shows the men took the lion's share of the .money. They grabbed a£ total of $74.50, almost half the money awarded. The boys' were next in line with $44.50, the women third with $21.50 and the girls, who usually fare better, won only 59.50 during the season. The repeat business was big, as several contestants- stayed hot on the trail of prize money almost every week. Marlyn Bausman, Lone Rock, got the top award earlier in the season two weeks straight, and Ken Bunkofske, Algona, landed in the top three spots three times in ten weeks. The contests for 1955 are over, but be sure and look for us late in September, 1956, because we'll be back with ten more tough 20-game slates with a load of money to distribute to the winners each week. . .AROUND ALGONA- ' Diamond s Shopper Stoppers Z-I-P-P-E-R Complete Stock Rubber Footwear! Quality hi! Prices lol Take your pick of brands: Goodyear — Service — Bristol. Amazing low price. Sizes 6 lo 13. The Best — For Less! HERE IN JACKETS There will be a teenagers dance Friday, Nov. 25, at the Country lub from 8:30 p.m. till 12 o'clock. Members and friends are nvited. The committee in charge is: Mr and Mrs John Dreesman. Mr • and Mrs Orvillo Wicks, Mr and Mrs George Powers' and Linda Smith and Jim Cowan. Mrs Gean Christensen arrived Friday from her home in Culver City, Calif, J.Q spend the winter hpr.e, with :her , sjster, Mrs Anna WelspiJ. 'arid her niece, 1 ' ''' " 1 ' Mrs Elmer/ Mr.', and Mrs Rex Voyles became the parents of a.daughter born Friday at St. Ann hospital. She has been" named Rexanne Kay and weighed 8 pounds,. 4 oz. She has two brothers, Stephen and Scott. —o— Mr and Mrs John Vernell Hardgrpve are expecting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Meine of Sioux City for Thanksgiving dinner. Other guests will be the other son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Eugene Schatlschneider and Mr and Mrs Frank Schattschneider. —0— Mr and Mrs W. A. Hardy and throe children plan to RO to Minneapolis on Thanksgiving for a family dinner at the home of Mrs Hardy's sister, Mrs Walter Saari. •—o—• Bill Geering spent Monday and Tuesday in DCS Moines where he attended a grain dealers meeting. —o— Mrs Beth Miller spent a few days this week visiting relative? at Fort Madison. Mrs Nellie McCall and Mrs De- M'uucl Lalhrup spent the weekend at Humboldt where they visited Mrs Lath.rop's brother-in-law ana sister. — o — '• The first of this season's Qsader'a. -Dance" Cub - session'^ -,rf)*wiU bScheld .Wednesday jCvening; November 30; at the* Lucia Wai-' [ace Gymnasium. ." Mrs Dejla Moxley is again instructor and Lyle Anderson will assist in the square dance unit.x Any 8th grader in Kossuth County is invited to attend. Sponsors are Messers and Mesdames' Gene -ook, W. A.- Hardy, Howard Hoenk, Leo Inimerfali, Stanley Ntuckey, Richard Norton, C. D. Simmons, Joe Tschetter, R. G. Williams and 'Mesdames Helen Passmore, R. B. Waller. D. K. Chiquet, Eugene Murtagh, Will- 'am Ankenbauer and Mr Chet Cook. Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel and Mrs Saihh Geiyel have been invited to spend Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Eugene Hus- kanip at Fenton. The Fred Geigel's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mr.s Gerald Voigt and little son James Richard of Ames will also be there. Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel had as liu-ir weekend guests, Mr and Mrs Earl Peterson, former Al- gonans now of Spirit Lake. Carole" Finn is spending the Thanksgiving vacation here wit!, her parents, Mr and Mrs W. J. Finn. She attends the slate university. Thanksgiving dinner guests of the Finns are Mr and Mrs Mi-lvin Elbert and family of Lake View. Mr- and Mr.s Terry Behlmer of Whittemore ano Clifford and Donald Crawford also of Wliittemore. —o— Madonna McGuire is spending tin' Thanksgiving vacation herewith h_-r parents, Die John Mc- Cjuiixs, having arrived from the .state university Wednesday. Dinner guests on Thursday are the oilier McGuire daughters and their families, the Don Potters and the Cecil Wills. University of South Dakota students from Algona, home for Thanksgiving vacation, are Janet Reding and Robert Reynolds. •—o— Plum Creek Homemafcerg held their November meeting at the home' of Mrs Violet Davis. As ; *istins hostesses were Mnrjorie 1-jotle, Marllia Draper and Mil- dred Spear. Reports were given by Mrs,Elfreda Clark, Rose Bolie and Mrs Ardeen Sampson. The next meeting will be -held Dec;. 14 in the Community Room. Hostesses will be Mesdames Regina Bode, Mildred Ziegleri, Helen Miller and Hazel Seelyv The program will be in charge* Of Millie Slagle and Mildred Scuffi ham. • f • • ' • • '. ' Mrs R. B. Waller was hostess to her bridge club on Wednesday evening. Guests were Mrs K. S. ~owan, Mrs A. J. Ricklefs and Mrs Stanley Muckey. Mrs Ricklefs and Mrs Muckey received :he prizes. —o— Mariner's Club of the Presbyterian church met Sunday evening for a pot luck supper. Mi and Mrs Robert Stephenson and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerber were in charge of arrangements and Mr Stephenson presented the program on Thanksgiving. Ion '1*6: •Mir! iiAa^on^gdoldvtj^iU^^.f'^d' ng and .mahatfeMrrt, tad' dis- :ase ahd^afflsiltB cWttdl• iMijtie'es n hfft hpj :production program. n tKe:t!^ifity with ,182 pf|s raised from r8;g<r#s. f of aii average of 10.13 pigs;pet"litter"with- a, [alri of 1.32 pouhfls per day from airthvto';market.', .' ; '.?/, • , A personalized, engraved pis* que was awarded toSMtv Bode at he Champion's Recognition Dinner, held on the Iowa State Col- ege Campus at Ames ••today; This is an annual award pre- ented by Farmers Hybrid Hogs o those who do the best job on hefr spring pig production Within the counties entering. E: Arthur Kadow of Burt, :Marr old Schlei, and P. P, Mueller of Fentbn, and Floyd T,,Bode of Algona won the County Ch^mpion- ships in past _years and retained those Championships this year by participating again. Kossuth County now has five-Champion Pork Producers. The contest is set up on a long-time basis, enabling Cbunty Champions to gnter yeaf- after year -to try for the Area Championship. All re- c'ords from Kossuth County were considered in this year's Area Contest. • Ed Meyer of Fenton, aiso of Kossuth County, won t|ie County Championship and went on to win the Area Championship in this Area'in past years. He retained those Championships again this year. Portland 4-H Hosts The Portland 4-H club entertained the Farm Bureau at the November meeting ' held at the township hall' with Trunkhill's as hosts. Thirteen members were in attendance. LeRoy Davis reported on last, yearjs projects after David Stewart. called the meeting to order. ow yours Whittemore Wins "• Whittemore Presentation edged St. Joseph's of Bode< 44-43, at St. Joe'Nov. 15. The winners led, 2624^ at the half. ElbeVt got 20 joints and Harms ten for Presen- ation, while Tom Reding got 14 •a.nd Rog Sinnwell 12 for St. Joe. FamUySizeKing-Size Standard Si?e FAMILY-SIZE . . ... perfect for group refreshment . ^ . • , . . • .V.'for a kirig-size.thirst . STANDARD -SIZE . . . the familiar bottle ' •';; you know so well 3 CONVENIENT SIZES ' '» TO FIT EVERY OCCASION , NEW SIZES AVAILABLE AT DEALERS IN THE' - AREA ' '. BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY^ OP THE COCA.COtA COMPANY VI MINERAL SPRINGS COCA-COLA BQTTLING CQMPANY> HUMBOLDT, IOWA " 6 COCA-COtA COMPANY • Irvington By Marguerite Mulligan Donald Frank) of Minneapolis spent lust weekend at the home of his mother, Mrs Marie Frank!, and with other relatives here. Mrs Alex McLean and daugh- 4er Mae spent this week at the C. E. Rose home in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Bob Skilling were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of the Skilling sisters in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Fred Baldwin of Hampton called on friends hero this week and visited their daughter Joan in Algona. Mr and Mrs Gerald Frankl and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs Caroline Kunkel home near St. Benedict. Mrs John Morris and children of Monongo, N. D. arc visiline at the home of her mother, Mrs- Olivo'n. Ronald, son of Mr and Mrs Herman Becker, had a tonsillectomy this week. Mrs Ray Stone of LuVerne it- substituting for' the regular Rural Route Carrier. Mr.s Giddings, Mr and Mrs Giddings are vacationing in California. Thtii trip was made by plane. They have a married daughter in California also 'other relatives there Critically III LakoU—Mr and Mrs William Nash arrived fronvflUos Angeles, Calif. Sunday night to be at the beflside * of' ^j l s«N6sh's'\ mother. Mrs Augusta who was cnticairy ill. 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