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tippet De» Mdinis Thu^dcy, Pet-mbef 8, 1955 VYHIIWIMUI-- liighjicnlJol's girls dawned fi6Uivef,vlB-30, with a " emartfer. Vassault at f liJ.bfcClllUl fe * ilQoj' I»*6*."f „ The home girls ratfed to a 14-6 bulge in, the fifi5t,pferi0d, .but a Dollivet: : l-llyj cflt the margin to 20-18' -ai halftiirie. Whittcmore maintained a 26-24 lead at the end of three stanzas, arid put the game dh Ite With tW6ir hot fourth quarter, dljplay. ^ Vaudt got 24 points and Wood 16 for Whitternore, while Evans topped Dplliyer With 12. w^of^) ra FT PF Vaudt —9 6 2 D. Wood -—-—-8 0 1 Dau _-— - 3 0 1 Walker — 0 0 0 J. Wdod —-0 0 2 Zumach 0 0 0 Schultz —0 0 0 20 6 Loser To Rodman Rodman sWept past West Bend twice at West Bend, Nov. 29. The girls romped 'to a 70-32 edge and the boys rolled past the home Bulldogs, 57-34. The girls game was settled by halftime,. as Rodman held an overwhelming 38-15 margin at that point. Top scorers for Coach Andy Butt's winners were Betty Doty with 27 points, Gib Bargman with 21, and Jeneane Hart- mah with 18. Esther Wirtz got 21 for the losers. . Rodman defensed West Bend out of the boys game in the first half. The winners, rolled to a 3212 margin while holding West Bend to a single field goal in the first 16 minutes. Daryl Carpenter got 22 points, Dick Schall 13 and Ron Kuhn 12 for Rodman, while Ted Besch topped West Bend with 12. SchalTs defensive play Was outstanding. Burt & Lakota Cagers Divide Burt and Lakofa took turns slaughtering each other in a pair of basketball games at Burt Nov. 20. Lakota's girls raced to a 5033 win in the opener, while the home Bears romped, 53-24, in the nightcap. The girls game was settled during the third period, which found Lakota ahead, 42-27. Burt trailed by only seven points at the half. Thompson got 28 points and Sachs/17 for Lakota, while Mary Keith counted .17 and Barbara Drem'mel 13 -for "the losers. Burt led, 19-10, at the half in .the boys contest, and blasted* away for 20 points in the third stanza to win with ease. Jerry Carman pumped in 26 points for Burt, while Sachs led Lakota with nine tallies. travel" to Pocahontas for a meeting With Peeahoatds Catholic,- Snnday, ? St. Mary's of Storm Lake 'witty tangle WtK trie Knights. wild hive a 3*3 record, in Oil high school gym. Festivities! will get uadet way at 1:30 p.m; Wtk A {Juttior high gariie be- fwiiseiPSK Cftcelia's tad ,a Sioux City junior high. Coach of St. Mary's- -of Storm Lake is John Murray, a Bancroft man. Lone Rock Nips 2 Grant Teams Lone "Rock ran past Grant twice at 1-one Rock Friday night, the girls chalking up a 57-46 win while tne boys cahte through 6445. Lone Rock built on to i!s 28-21 halftime lead during the final two periods io take She,girls contest. M. Marld* got 25 points, Schtadej; 18 and V. Marlow 14 for Lone Rock, while Farrow got 27 and Skaar 13 for Grant. The Lone Rock boys zoomed to a 33-16 lead at half and won despite Grant's spirited second half play. Long led Lone ROCK with 18 points, followed by Cotton wish 15 and Householder with 14. Tokheim got 15 for Grant Lone Rock Wins Two At Fenton Lone Rock racked up two wins over "Fenton at Fenton Nov. 29. The jjirls turned in a 58-41 triumph, while the boys came through, 70-32. The Lone Rock girls shut thoii way to a 29-15 halftimu bulge and won easily as V. Marlow got 2G points and Sfhrader 15 for the winners. Bovorly Randolph notched 16 for Fenlon. Fenton was down at the halt 39-19, in the boys game and couldn't stay with the fast-moving Lone Rockers. For Lone Rock, Householder counted 13 points, Champion 11 and Cotton ten. Roger Potrat/. topped Fenton with ten points. LuVerne Cagers Ring Up Two LuVerne wahoped Renwick twice at Renwice Friday night. The. "girls hung up a 57-20 verdict in'the opener and the boys came through easier, 84-49, in the finale. • The girls raced Jo a 21-5 lead in the first period and rolled on from there to the *rnd without a Renwick threat. S-izanne Harper got 25 point and Myrna Larimer 15" for ire winners, while Hoffman led Rrnwick with nine. LuVerne had its hands full for 16 minutes in the boy£. *5me, and had only a 30-27 lead c.t the half. The tspread went to 57-38 at the three-quarter mark, and Lu- Verne waltzed in with the win. Ken Stripling accounted for 36 points, Henderson got 25 and Weber ten for LuVerne, while Krott got 19 for the losers. A.W.Anderson Rites Nov. 27 At Swea City Swea City — Funeral services for Albert W. Anderson were helfl Wednesday, Nov. 30, at.the Swea City Baptist church, with Rev. Everett Seal officiating. Mr Anderson died Nov. 27 at the home'of his son, Alfred E. Anderon following an illness of nine weeks, due to a heart condition. •Ic was born April 25, 1373, at lorris, 111. On Dec. 4, 1894 he was married o Sarah Cassem at Morels, 111. \fir Anderson was employed as a machinist in Illinois. tfe came to East Chain, Minrt, wheffe he- engag&r in fa»ni«4 ;%\1?-. years/ He retired fo .S**4iCtt& then to MbfTiSi niihdisvfcna finally back to Swea City where he and his wife lived for a number of years. Mrs Anderson passed away MBout fiVe yefflfS Jago^ v ; Surviving afe eight children: Mfs Fred LSifson (Esther) of Mdrris; Mrs Alfred Anderson (Alice), Joliet, lUinois, Alfred E-, Swea City; Williajft, Lockport, Illinois; Mrs Howard Blair <Sa-> die), Stt^a City; Cassie; Swea City; Marvin, Joliet, HI. and Earl, Illinois. Twci brothers survive, alstf one sister. sttitij .. Andf& Andersdrt AIBW heini, Elme* Iseflbeif, WmV Biff ger,$Ef>in t Link, yerftg L Carl Andersoti, Bttfial Sfish beirtg planned fot by the AlgdM':A pdst, Comfnarrdei'^yeMt Ba: states. Dr, C. O. S.chaaft| ..„ supervise the culinary effo starting at 6:30 &.rn.' 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He dug up his lawn. All night until dawn. Then was stopped by a neighbor named Frank. P.S.—Frank told Hank lo buy BOYER'S SEPTIC TANK CLEANER. It liquifies the sludge — opens the drain- field too. Get BOYER TODAY! HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE ALGONA Xfil ALL THREE PIECES Jo match . . . and all three pieces yours for the price of $17.88! Attractive vinyl covered bags, leather-reinforced, interiors completely lined, dustproof, waterr proof.. Set consists wf 21 inch a»d 26 inch case,,, B luj;;tra^ e case! The whole family can use this set. Styled like famous luggage! COLORS: Sand, Charcoal, Maroon, Ivory, Navy Blue | a»fr»»|jri^«*«»«!*«»s»s5*»e«it>!^^ MEN'S 17-Jewel Ultra-Sonic Waterproof WRIST WATCHES Thinnest man's watch ' on market! 17-jewel, shockproof, waterproof, sweep -second (hand, unbreakable crystal, main spring & balance staff. Guaranteed three years against cleaning o r oiling. Rare value! LADIES _DRESS IWATCHES, -as .well as Nurse, style watches with t*1 AC YHW€89?7 sweep second hand • ••*»*'. fr»*;^s^«^»!**ft-s?!dr«We>«j^&«fjr*W MAY WE SUGGEST: • Camping Equipment • Pup Tents • Sleeping Bags •' Camp Hatchets DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE fio, SUNDAY SPECIAL Featuring Ursula Eden and Lee Schearin, Vocalists! Prizes to the 3 .best dancing couples! Winners will be judged by the members of the Foster Orchestra. STAR BAUROOM Dakota City, la. Sun., Dec. 11 For booth reservations phone 484. Humboldi. Jooprof mm- for Month Of DECEMBER We Are Used Machinery ^'Sacrifice' TRACTORS CHOPPERS & BINDERS Stock No. Wqs 2118 1952 John Deere A, real good $1S50 1789 1948 Oliver 70 — A-l -—,? 995 2023 1951 John Deere G - A-l ___'_$ 1750 2053 1949 SC Case -A-l —$ 650 2073 1951 SDa Shepard Diesel-A-l $1450 2078 1946 IHC H with Power Kit-A-1 $ 950 2100 1.^48 Oliver 60 - good _^___^'$ \495 2097 1948 Oliver 88 - recond. ____$1475 51 M-rl "'Challenger— new sleeves, pistons — $ 500 1936 Oliver 70 $ '" 1937 John Deere A ___ $ Mpls-Moline R, 1__ '$ 1941 Oliver 70 $ Sale, Price 960 1483 1499 1751 1948 1971 1900 IHC 15-30 with good rbr...____"$ 225 IHC TO-20 $ IHC F-20 with, road gear ._$ 295 295 325 650 175 300 1475.00 525.00 1225.00 795.00, 395.00 1390.00 250.00 195.00 195:00 295.00 535.00 195.00 95.00 250.00 Several IHC Regulars Several A-C WC "Cheapies" COMBINES Stbclc No. Was Sale Price IHC''6*2 _ - '-*%-— $'475 300.00 A-C 60 - $450 295.00 Gleaner $ 675 540.00 M-H. Clipper : —$ 425 300.00 1950 A-C 60 $ 675 610.00 IHC 52 :. $ «0 125.00 1953 Mpls-Moline 69-A-1 $750 575.00 680 1199 1231 1954 1953 2028 2136 ELEVATORS Stock No. Was Sale Price 1376 42 Ft. Little Giant $ 225 100.00. MANURE LOADERS ROBINSON PRODUCE ALGONA 'Your HY-Line Chick Dealer" WESLIY StcVck No. ' ^Va* Sale Price 1558 Humboldt ___________ - ----- $ 175 125.00 1565 Super "Six" ____ •_ ----------- $ 175 125.00 1729 Meyers ____________________ $ 65 45.00 1871 Caswell Hydraulic ---------- $ 165, 125.00 ? HAMMERMILLS Stock 979 1535 1577 1676 1715 No. Was Sale Price 10 B Gehl with cutter head and feed table -------- $ 275 175.00 14 In. Ward ------ ..... ---- $ 125 ' 95.00 2 A Bearcat _.-y. ---- ,- ------ $350 295.00 14 In. John Deere __________ $ 150 125.00 14 In. New Holland -------- $ 85 65.00 PLOWS Stock NQ. Wos J233 314 John Peere $ 95 1501 314 John Deere $ 175 1622 314 Cpck*hM»t , $ 165 1952 314 A-C ,--- $ '75 1997 314 IHC Sfot $ 225 J092 316 Oliver Baydex $ 295 805 216 Bradley f 165 990 Oliver TNT SMbspiler $ 125 1?50 214 John Peere - $ 65 1407 216 John Peere $ 150 1447 216 Mpls-Meline —,~, $ 75 1726 A-C Mtd CA——— F ——| Jfg 1W7 Oliver Rpydex _. -w, $ 175 2080 IHC Chef Bottom* ———,-$ 150 $106 216 Case .—_—-„_—$ f5 2114 8 Ft. ercharrt Hoeme Pl«W — --$ 195 Sale Price 75.00 145.00 135.00 145.00 175.00 275.00 125-00 85-00 35.00 125,00 60-00 125-OQ 90-W 165.00 Stock No. Was Sale Price 1988 IHC Corn Binder 2 R $ 150 125.00 1961 Gehl Blower :__•-__$ 295 225.00 1976 IHC Blower -__ $ 150 125.00 1865 Moline Automatic yBaler $ 675 575.00 1955 New Holland Auto. Baler $ 500 400.00 MANURE SPREADERS •% Stock No. Was Sale Price 266* IHC (Horse) —— '-$ 65 30.00 171 S 9 New Idea No. 10 4-wheel rbr. $ 250 195.00 2026 New Idea (Horse) __._ $ 75 60.00 2072' Oliver' on steel ______^ $ 155 95.00 TRUCKS Stock No. Was Safe Price 914 ' 2-Wheel Imp. Trailer with winch $385 285.00 1022 1947 GMC Pickup $ 725 350.00 1549 1939 IHC Vj T Pickup, --$175 75.00 1581 1947 GMC \Wt WitKrbox _a__$ x 875; 675.00 1993 1947 Chevrolet 2 T with box $ 650 575.00" 1881 12 Ft. Truck Box __t $ 100 80.00 1920 17 Ft. Truck Box with grain sh!ss and deck rails $ 275 225.00 1994 1936 Ford Pickup' $100 60.00 MISCELLANEOUS All .Makes Corn Pickers — V4 Price Stock No. Was Sale Price 1166 15 Ft. Roderick-Lean Pise $ 95 70.00 2082 Tower Pise $ 50 25.00 1776 12 Ft. Glencoe Field Cult., new in '54 ,.._: $450 350.00 1510 IHC Milking Machine, complete $ 140 95.00 952 Universal 2 Unit complete $ 125 75.00 2109 Pe Laval Speedette $ 150 90.00 2120 2 Unit Pe Laval Magnetic ____$ 250 210.00 1740 5 Ft. IHC Mower (Ford) $ 70 50.00 1979 7 Ft. Pearborh MoWer $ 85 50.00 2060 Used Heat Houser (Oliver 60) $<! 25 20.00 2116 Used Heat Hou?6r (M IHC) $ 25 15.00 2134 14 Ft. Sioux Truck Box (fold down) -. _$ 195 150.00 2133 12 Ft. Grain Box Truck $ 50 30.00 HAMMERMIUS - Really Cheap 2129 Tractor Mounted Grain Thrower $ 45 35.00 2045 Cushman Motor Scooter $ 180 130.00 A-C 2 R Planter for G $ 100 35.00 Fert. Side Prewer for G A-C $ 95 30.00 NEAR NEW At Rock-Bottom Prices Fert. Attach, for M-H Cult. (Was $104-Sale Price 50.00) Tractor Steps with tool box. Tractor Heat Housers. Milkers, Water Heater* & Separators. Universal Snow Buckets for loaders. Humboldt loader for IHC - TA - 20% Off. 'GMC 3 A T. Pempn$trcttpr 1955 Pickup, (New Prkef21QQ-5«le Price 1395.00) New CaswelT loader. Tank Heaters. ; New Idea Grqtn Elevator (Demo) New Idea 17/Sprea?|er (Pemo) New Wagon Geprs (Remoh Massey-Harris 33 pr 44S (will trade) A-C Pjesel WP 45 ^ wanted a Wp gas. • Super 88 Oiesel flt big wvings. 12 ft. KrflMdf WHwl Inndem (Pemql 12 Ft. MrH Whee! T«njim (Pemo) (2) SnowetJ UrHoefJifflg Wagons, complete - V4 Off ' ". ' \ About Any Item Nat Listed «nd A PEAU Soyth gt Hstti Alg«ne Phone 714

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