The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 30
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(la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Nov. 24. 1955 UrburgerTops wkeyc List « Foi burger gave the rot bowlers at Hawkeye Lane.•n in tin- art \vhPh he. pnst- 220 l ni » this \veck. Other ove the 200 mark included No Min 212, 215. Chuck in 203. Ollie Johnson 225, Gat duet 201, Joo Donahue Claiened Boriker 207, arid Lampright 211. PRINTING? GOOD Work at f«ur prices at the Upper Des Monies Pub. Co., Aigona. Wesley Cagers Bow To Woden Woden's baFketbullers downed Wesley twice at Wesley Nov. 15. The girls won, 40-38. and the hoys, 64-31. Woden took a 17-2 lead in the first period of the girl's contest and held off Wesley's attempt to pull even. Downs got 21 points for Wesley, ^vhile J. Devinc with 22 points and E. Devinc with 20 points led the' winners. A hot third period decided the- boys game for Woden. Hinders led the winners with 21 points, while Root got 14 and Robinson 12 for Wet-lev. FOR THOSE WHO WANT the finest There's no short-cut to . diamond quality. For assured fine value, Come in and see the extra brilliance and beauty of our Orange Blossom rings.. 10 % down—10% month. ^*^ Registered Jeweler - American Gem Society ALGONA, IOWA Diamonds Shopper Stopp Complete Stock Rubber Footwear! Quality hi! Prices lo! Take your pick of brands: Goodyear — Service — Bristol. Amazing low price. Sizes 6 to 13. The Best — For Less! HERE IN JACKETS PARKAS Complete Sizes 4-20 To 14.95 Quilted Mouton — trim hoods — full quilled body — everything a PARKA should have — and then some ! MENS JACKETS — All Sizes — From Little Guys Up to Big 54's. Try us and see. SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL! IN OUR LAST WEEK'S — We told you about the terrific response we've had on our Children's Parkas. Due lo Ihis we have had to REDUCE CHILDREN'S SURCOATS Sizes- left 8 to 12. For you who are looking for a icriific value, you must see these now lo appreciate! DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE GRID, GUESSERS CONTEST By Ol' Man Mose Kenneth Sarchef of Butt, a regular entrant in put weekly contest, closed oui Ihe season by taking ihe $10 firsl prize award in our final contest. Ken goi 16 of the 20 games right, as did five other contestants, and his point guess of 55 was closest to the 41 total rung up as Oklahoma crushed Nebraska. (Note—Ihef'e was an entry that topped all others, but ii was turned" in by an ineligible participant, Tom Waller, son of our editor. Tom got 16 games correct, and had a poinl guess of 49 which would have taken top money.) Carl Pearson and J. F. Moe, both of Algona, won second and third place. Each had 16 right, and Pearson's point guess, 57, was worth S3, while Moe guessed 59 and won the $2 third prize. Three other Algonans, Nancy Geilenfeld, prville Kinden and Karen Haase, also goi 16 right, but were slightly off on total points. Fourteen persons, including Mrs Robert Anderson and Keith Bollinger, Fenton; Mrs Arthur Klein, Sexton; Mrs Ralph Dimler, LuVerne; Dick McMahon, Pocahontas; and Al Grill, Mrs Leonard Goecke, Frank Rosmann, Dave Kohl, Mrs Chel Webb, Louie Gilbride, W. W. Gillespie, Jerry Rupp and Walt Hagen, all of Algona, got 15 games right. A total of 27 persons got 14 right. They were Jim McDonnell, Whillemore; Larry Sorensen, Fenton; Lamont Jansen, Bancroft; Dorothy Rieken, Burt; and Jerry Rupp (2), Gail Kirkland, Al Granzow, -Mrs Chester Willey, Lillian Ringsdorf, Mrs Jim Esser, Roland Bode, Merrill Walker, Mrs Clara Walker, Tom Kenefick, Dick Pratt, Don Johnson, Bob Slobe, W. A. Foster, Barbara Bartletl, 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 slack, 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 ihe lion's share of ihe money. They grabbed a total of $74.50, almost half the money awarded. The boys were next in line wiih $44.50, the women third with $21.50 and ihe girls, who usually fare better, won only S9.50 during ihe season. The repeat business was big, as several coniestanis stayed hoi on the trail of prize money almost every week. Marlyn Bausman, Lone Rock, got the top award earlier in ihe season iwo weeks straighf, and Ken Bunkofske, Algona, landed in Jhe 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 ton more touqh 20-game slates with a load of money to distribute to the winners each week. . . AROUND ALGONA' ' There will be a teenagers dance Friday, Nov. 25, at the Country Club from «:30 p.m. till 12 o'clock. Members and friends are invited. The committee in charge is: Mr and Mrs John Droeaman, Mr and Mrs Orvillo Wicks, Mr and Mrs George Powers and Linda Smith and Jim Cowan. Mrs Gean Chrisfensen arrived Friday from her home in Culver City, Calif, to spend the winter, here with her sister, Mrs Anna Nt'lpon and her niece, Mrs Elmer' Cook.---..•••'••'".• ' • * —0— Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles became tlu* parents of a daughter born Friday at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Rexanne Kay and weighed U pounds. \ oz. She lias two brothers, Stephen and Scott. Mr and Mrs John Vernell Hard.urove are expecting then son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mr> Robert Memo of Sioux City for Thanksgiving dinner. Other guests will he 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 three children plan to go to Minneapolis on Thanksgiving for a family dinner at the home of Mrs Hardy'.- sister, Mrs Walter Saari. Bill Geerlng spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines where he attended a grain dealers meeting. — o— Mrs Beth Miller spent a few days this week visiting relatives drcd Spear. Reports were given by Mrs Elfreda Clark, Rose Bolie and Mrs Av.dcen Sampson. The next meeting will be held Dec. 14 in the Community Room. Hostesses will be Mesdames Regina Bode, Mildred Ziegler, Helen Miller and Hazel Seely. The program will be in charge of Millie Slagle and Mildred Scuff- ham. —a— • The firsl of this season's Eighth Grader's., -Dance Cub sessions^ Avili, be;.beld .Wednesday civenirvg, November 30 at the. Lucia Wallace Gymnasium. .. Mrs Delia Moxley is again instructor and Lyle Anderson will assist in the square dance unit. Any 8th grader in Kossuth County is invited to attend. Sponsors arc Messers and Mesdames Gene Cook. W. A. Hardy, Howard Hoenl-;, Leo Immerfall, Stanley Muckey,'Richard Norton, C. D Simmons, 'Jo* Tschettcr. R. G. Williams and Mesdames Helen Pass-more. R. B. Waller, D. K. Chiquet. Eugene Murtagh, William Ankenbauer and Mr Chet Cook. Mrs R. B. Waller was hostess to her bridge club on Wednesday evening. Guests were Mrs K. S. Cowan, Mrs A. J. Ricklcfs and Mrs Stanley Muckey. Mrs Riek- lef.-- and Mrs Muckey received the prizis. —o— Mariner's Club of the Presby- :erian church met Sunday evening for a pot luck supper. Mi md Mrs Robert Stephenson and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerber were in charge of arrangements and Mr Stephenson presented the program on Thanksgiving. Mrs Neliie McCall and Mrs De- Maud Lathi op spent the weekend a' lluai'o'ildt where they visited Mrs l.aUvnpV brother-in-law ana Msler. Mi- and Mrs Fred Geigel and Mr.-, S.i, aii Geigel have been invited in .-.peiid Thanksgiving with Mr <in-;i Mrs Eugene IIus- kani|i ;»l Fenton. The Fred (ji.-l-;»-Ts s:>n-jn-law and dailgh- Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt I iti In ::MII James Richard of Aim., will also lit there. Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel had as then weekend guests, Mr ami Mrs F.arl Peterson, former Al- gonans I'luvv ul Spirit Lake. Carole Finn is spending the Tiu:iik-,',iviiu; vocation here with her part-ills. Mr and Mrs W. J. Finn. She ath-iuls the state imivii.-ity. Thanksgiving dinner :;ne.-l> .if the Finns are Mr and Mrs Melvin Klb;-il and faniils' nf Lake Vie'.v. M, . u nd Mrs Terry Behlmer ul WhiHemore ani Cluti.id and Donald Crawford ,-ds-i nf Whittemore. Madonna McGuire is spending ihi' TliMliii- 0 Vi.'l:.; V.uMt lull liel <.- \vith li T i'M L ii!-. Ihv- Jnlm Me- (iliii ( >. liavin. 1 a. ' :'. ed li om th" stati- mi: veiv.lv \Vedne.-d;,y. Din- 111 r L;II -'- i-n Thursday are the oli.;.-i M.-Gu:r. i.:aii".httrs Mii-i 1hi ir !;•;!.::!- ;. 1 lie I) .11 Potler.,.11-i t!..- t'l.ei! Wills. University of South Dakota .-fideiit- ;r.i!;, Al^i.na, Imine tur | T:. .nk.- /A in \ .i'-.it,un, ,iri_- Jane', | j i; ill!;.:'.m,1 U..I- rl Reynolds. Plum Creek Homemakers held .; .''v \ ei'ii...... :iM.-i.'ting at the ::.e --; M:s Vl.ilel Davis. As- ;.!.-; ;:: -. .'). .:..- . ,,i. i '.Mll- Roland Bode Named Champ Pork Raiser Roland F. Bode of Algona has been named Champion Pork Producer of ftossulh County, if, was announced today by Farmers Hybrid'Hogs of Hampton, Iowa, sponsors of the National Champion Pork Producers Contest. Mr feode's records that brought this honor to him show the combination of good breeding, feeding and management, and disease and parasite cntrol practices in his hog production program. Socle's record was judged best in the county with 162 pigs raised from 16 sows for an average of 10.13 pigs per litter with a gain of 1.32 pounds per day from birth to market. A personalized, engraved plaque was awarded to Mr Bode at the Champion's Recognition Dinner, held on the Iowa State College Campus .at Ames today. This is an annual award presented by Farfafrs Hybrid Hogs to those who dW the best job on their spring pig production within the counties entering. E. Arthur Kadow of Burt, Marold Schlei, and F. F. Mueller of Fenton, and Floyd T. Bode of Al- «ona won the County Championships in past years and retained those Championships this year by participating again. Kossulh County now has five Champion Pork Producers. The contest is set up on a long-time basis, enabling County Champions to enter year after year to try for the Area Championship. All records from Kossut.li County were considered in this year's Area Contest. Ed Meyer of Fenton, also of Kossulh County, won the County Championship and went on to win the Area Championship in this Area in past years. He retained those Championships again this year. •••^•••^^•••••••^ it's theTaste that makes Coca-Cola outsell alt other national brands of soft drinks in the toorldm combined now yours to enjoy in 3 sizes Portland 4-H Hosts The Portland 4-H club entertained the Farm Bureau at the November meeting held at tho township hall with Trunkhill's as hosts. Thirteen members were in attendance. LeRoy Davis reported on last year's projects after David Stewart called the meeting to order. Whittemore Wins Whittemore Presentation edced St. Joseph's of Bode, 44-43, at "St. Joe Nov. 15. The winners led, 2624, at the half. Elbert got 20 points and Harms ten for Presentation, while Tom Reding got 14 *and Rog Sinnwell 12 for St. Joe. 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Mr and Mrs Gerald Frank! and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs Caroline Kun!:e' h.»pM- ne.-'r St. Benedict. Mrs John Norris and children of Monongu, N. D. are vi.>itint! at the home of her mother. Mr> Olive Han.-,en. Ronald, son of Mr and Mr.- lleinian Bicker, had a ton>il!ec- tuiiiy tiiis week. Mr.-. Ray Stone of LuVerne is '-ubstituting for the regular Rural Route Carrier. Mrs Gkl- dings. Mr and Mrs Gidd'mgs are vacationing in California. Theii trip was made by "pjane. They have a married daughter in California also other relatives there Critically III Lakota—Mr and Mrs William Nash arrived from Los Angeles. Calif. Sunday ni^ht to bt> at the bedside of .Mrs Njjsh's mother, !\Tr.s Aimuslii who wus i-ritk-alh ill. BE SURE TO REGISTER TODAY FOR FURNITURE GIFTS AT RICHARDSON'S We Give The Gifts On Dec. 23 — Come In And Register ... 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