The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 10
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(l«.) Upp«r Dti M»ift*i thuriday, December 15, 1955 led in scoring by Larry Manus with 21 points. Johfi Smidt got 1? and Mike Batt Jl for the winners, frhile Pech got 19 for the losers. Grapplers Use Algoha high school's wrestlers went ap*K 16 their second straight defeat, a 3MS loss to the Clafidfl G6wboy$ at the high school Friday night.- CoSich Chimb Martin's grap- plci;s"ttavel t6 Blue Earth, Minn, tonight (ThttfSday) for a meeting with Ofte &t Minnesota's top teams. This meet closes out action iinlil the locals go to Hampton, Jan. IS. GoHy Braun, 120 pounder, and Dave seller, heavyweight, took falls, and Terry Cook and Dar- rcll Davis racked up decisions to account for the points scored agairtst Clarion. The visitors registered five falls and two decisions during the night. Braun flipped Mechem in 3:44 as M picked up his third fall of the new campaign. He is the top point producer for the Bulldog team* CoOk decisioned Watts, 8-0, in the 145 Ib. division and Davis de- cisiondd W flt rie, 4-1, in the 165 pounfi weight before Seiler toss- fd Marker in 45 seconds in thr. final match. Algona's IB-team fell, 24-11, in the curtain-raiser. Jim Moxley threw Bubeck in 5:08 in the 14*5 Bell -" ---2 Whittemore Is Victor Twice Over Fenton Whittemore took a pair of basketball games from Fenton at Feriton Friday, the girls winning, 60-46, and the boys 63-48. The- Whittemore girls built a 32-21 hftlft'irne lead into a win in the opener as Vaudt pumped in 32 points and Wood 24. Randolph got 20 find Hantelnv-n 10 for Fenton. i Whittemore raced to a 17-6 first' period lead and fought off Fenton's determined bid to lake the boys game. Lauck got 25 points and Leininger 18 for Whittemore, while Polratz counted 15 and Reimer? 13 for Fenton. Box score - boys: Whillemore (63) FG Pettit 0 Lauck 10 Leininger 9 Ib. match,. Richard Olson de- cisipned Bell, 8-3, in the 133 Ib. division, and Gary Jennings de- cisioned 'Gunderson, 4-0, in the 165 Ib. weight for the Algona points. ' Burt, Thompson Divide On Court Burt and Thompson split two basketball games at Burt Dec. 6. The Burt boys won, 71-44, after the Visiting girls waltzed to a 76-21 victory. Thompson's girls led, 37-9, at 1he half, and the outcome was never in doubt after that. Mary Keith got ten points for Burt, while Johnson led the winners with. 28. Burt zoomed to a 22-6 lead in the first period of the finale and went, on to win easily. Burt, which leads the State Line Conference with a 4-0 mark, was E. Maahs 1 Meyer 2 Schmeling 0 Walker 0 R. Maahs 1 FT 1 5 0 0 2 1 . 1 0. 3 PF 1 5 5 0 3 3 1 3 25 13 22 Fenton (48) FG FT PF Dreyer 0 0 4 R. Potratz 6 3 5 D. Potratz--_.; 2 2 1 Wolters . _~2 3 1 Reimers 3 7 3 Zumach 0 0 1 Munch 2 0 2 Waite _"._....! 1 2 16 16 19 Presentation Wins Presentation Academy of Whittemore slammed West Bend, 6148, at Whittemore Dec. 5. The- winners built up a big margin early in the fray. Elbert was Presentation's top scorer with 17 Algona Downed By Eagles In First Defeat Conference standings W L Webster City 3 0 Eagle Grove 3 0 Algona 2 1 Iowa Falls .-.2 1 Humboldt 1 2 Hampton 1 3 Clarion *. J . . . 3 Clear Lake ...'. ..0' 3 * * * AJgana's Bulldogs tasted defeat for the first time this season when the Eagle Grove Eagles edged theni, S9--57, at Eagle Grove Friday night. The. loss gave the locals a 4-1 seasbft riiark and; a 2-1 , North Central Conference record. Coach Bob King's industrious ,team will host a pair of conference foes during the next five d'ayfe. Hampton's Bulldogs will lake the floor tomorrow (Friday) night and Humboldt will come to town Tuesday night. Both games arc musts for .the locals if they are to remain in the running for the league crown which they annexed last year. Eagle Grove snatched n victory from the Bulldogs in the last two minutes of Friday's encounter. The battle was see-saw all the way. with the Eagles holding n 20-26 lead at the half. Algonn got op the ball and at the three- quarter mark held a 41-39 edge. The fourth quarter proved to be decisive. The count was tied at 51-51 when Loren Nelson tossed in two field goals and Doug Meyer hit one to give Algona a 57-51 margin with two minutes, remaining. The Eagle Grove pressing defense forced the locals into mistakes, and with just seconds left. Eagle Grove knotted the count at'57-57. Nelson was called for charging and Two free tosses wrapped it up for the home team. • Rod Kickbush, capitalizing on' his height and rebounding ability, got 20 points for the Bulldogs to lead both teams'In scoring. Meyer got 12, while Cupp natch- Barry's Recreation Leagud Standings Hawkeye Lanes League Standings Published each week through Courtesy of Morck Dist. Co. & Storz Brewing Co. Barry's Monday Men W L KCs 32 13 Bode Billiards 32 13 Miller High Life 27 18 Moose :L 25 20 Clark Grain 1U 27 Bode D-X 17 28 Don's Phillips 66 16 29 Schulte Rec. 13 32 Tuesday Men W L Sceley Farrrts 27 15 Moose ! 27 18 Blatz 26 19 Hamm's 26 19 Russ & Ky's 24 21 Peterson Cafe „ 23 22 Barry's 17 25 National Guard 7 38 Wednesday Ladles W L Druggists' Mutual 27 9 Cook's Welders 22 1 -; 13 l: - Thuente's .-_ -21>2 H'^ Moose 171^ ifiii Coast-to-Coast - _17 19 Bancroft ..17 19 United Variety 12'•• 23 |; . Welp's Hatchery 9 27 Thursday Ladies W L Sharps 24 12 Hood-Winks 20 1(1 Bill's Standard 20 16 Van's 20 Hi Storz-ettes 18 "ASC ..--17 Bradley Bros. 13 Whllburg's 12 Hawkeye Lanes American League W Studcr's Stock Farm.. 46 Titonka Indians _____ 40'i Brandt Buick -- ...... 38 Hamilton Hatchery __.35'/3 Baker Livestock _____ 33 Sjogren's ____ .... ..... 30'i •Sorcnsen Mtr. ________ 25 Boone Ridfie ________ 23'i; Corwith ........... ---23 Lions ________________ '21 Robinson Produce ____ 22 Hefti Lockers _______ 21 National League W Algona Produce _____ 45 West End Billiards ___38'. a Ernie Williams P-C-..-30 Ready-Mix ___________ 32 !>even-Up ____________ 31'»j Bancroft Oil Co. ....29. Burt Co-op Kiev. ____ 29 Ernie Williams J-D-.-25'i Koss. Co. Imol. _____ 25',:; Ray's Jack Sprat ____ 24 Britt _____ ....... ______ 23 Rood .Ins ..... ___________ 21 '' Western League Swart/ Hdwe. 39 18 'Titonka 39 17 19 Pioneer Hibred 38 18 23 Burt Merchants 35 21 24 Mutual of Omaha 34 22 Plantation -.-. 32 24 Sjogren's -.31 25 Sargent Feeds 2G 30 Albright Aero-Serv. _-23 33 Rapid Thermogas 19 37 L Thomas Skelgas - 11 45 14 Kossuth Motor 9 47 19'|> Classic League 22 W L 24V ! - Hamms Beer 40',-i 15'!i 27 S & L ..-I 40 1C 29'.i Beecher Lane Appl. -.39 17 35 State Farm Ins. _36'.i 19!i 36 i; - Plantation 32 24 37 Titonka 2H 28 38 Seeley Farms 25 31 38 Hub 'Clothiers - 23Vi 32': 39 Root Hdwe. 22'-j 33 l: j Miller High Life 17'i 38Mi L Burt 16 40 15 Scobba Skelly Serv. ...15',2 40 li 21's Mixed League 24 W L 28 Has Beens 45 11 28'i; Sinclair Oilers 42 14 31 Vets .35 21 31 ' Buckaroos 34 22 34 i; .' Conoco Service 30 2(i 34'- Brandt Buick 26 30 36 Sari|cnt Feeds 25 31 37 Aces 23 33 39 Farmer's Co-op -22 34 Standard Oil 22 34 L Strudols 10 37 17 Hutzell's Cities Serv. 13 43 The above Bowling Standing* are Presented to You Each Week Through The Courtesy of MORCK Distributing Co. «VND THE STORZ BREWING CO. like Q refreshing dip, Storz has what it takes tp satisfy your thirst. Each golden glassful is a toast to pleasure — Bitter-Free pleasure - with no lingering aftertaste. You'll find it less-filling, too. That's why smart moderns agree $t'orz is truly AMERICA : BEER cd 18. Paul Sunner 13 and Kurt Sunncr 12 for Eagle Grove. The Algona B-team* fell, 43-41, in the ppener. despite two dver* times ana 15 points by Dick Ba.hf. Seneca Defeats 2 Fenton Tedms Seneca's baskctballers hung up a pair of Vvins over Fentoh at Fenton Friday night. The girls won," 35--31, and the boys.took a 53-29 verdict. Fenton led in the girls gai'rie" until the final period, Senecfi came up 1 with the rally 1 that won the contest. Beaver' .got 13 points and Johannestyv 11 for Seneca. The boys game was Seneca's all the way. The winners got off to a fast start in the first period, and with Hurlburt and Looft counting 13 points each, and Johannesen 12, won with case. Every man on the Seneca squad saw action. Rodman Boys In 57-51 Victory Rodman split two basketball games with Ayrshire at Ayrshire Friday night. The girls fell, 8071. while the boys came through 57-51. The girls game was a high-scoring affair throughout. Rodman led at the quarter, 19-17, trailed at the half, 40-33, and couldn't quite catch the winners during the final half. Lorctta Ovei'mire got 42 points for the winners, while Betty Doty got 41, Gib Bargman 18 and Jeneane Hartman 12 for Rodman. , Rodman trailed at the half, 2218. in the boys game, but came back strong to take the nightcap. Dick Schall got 20 points, Ron Kuhn 16 and Daryl Carpenter ten for, Rodman, and Wuebker led the losers with 19. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAitT IT Engaged To Wed Donald Bjustrom Mr and Mrs D. A. Browning pf:Fort Dodge announce the coming marriage of their daughter, Wi Lorelta to Donald E. Bjust- rbtn. son of Mr and Mrs C. W. Bjjuslrom of LuVerne, D.ec. .17. at Harcourt Lutheran church. The wedding reception will be held at the C. W. Bjustrom .honie at LuVenie. The bride is teaching how at the Howley school in Fort Dodge. COUNCIL MINUTES • The City Council met in regular session, Now 28, 1955 at 7:30 P.M. with trip Mayor and Councilmon Hutzell, Parsons and Rovn present. Kinsey and Cook absent. The minutes were read and approved. The Council accepted a bid to pur- 'chose 4 tires from Jack's O. K. Tiro Serv- ive for the exchange price of $60. each.. A Resolution was approved adopting plans and s*bccifications for filters .and circulation system for the swimming pool and fixing Dec. 28th as the date for hearing snd receiving bids. Mayor Richardson announced the appointment of Peter C. Jorgenson as police officer, his salary was set at $250.00 per Top Gift for Men'. CHARCOAL — RUST BUCK . SUEDE JACKETS Nothing finer in a man's jacket •— priced . within your ?elch' r fot a rial "luxury" gnu Choice of three colors above. Knit collar, cuffs and waist. Full zip front. Make this that ONE BIG GIFT — top o* the tree — for that man!' •iertsreajxsrtfrtss essrSKti B?«fr«3r«!Sr S-T-R-E-T-C-H SOX 3-PC. LUGGAGE SET Attractive vinyl covered bags, leather reinforced, interior lined, waterproof. 3-piece set — 21 and 26 inch cases, plus train case — all yours in one swell gift FOR ONLY Men want 'em . . . 'cause there's nothing else like 'em! They stretch in all directions, always fit snug as, a glove. $1.00 Values .-.pr., 4* SPORT SHIRTS 121 to 3 95 * We've got sport shirts! . . . beauties . . . in fact, we're stacked tp the ceiling with men':, sport shirts , „ . for your gift to a man. ALL NEW — fresh fabrics, glowing colors, Italian collar cuts, etc. Every shirt machine washable! Sixes 14 to 17' 2 . BUY 'EM NOW! Men's Shockproof WATCH WRIST Thinnest Man's Watch on Market! 17-Jewel Ultra-Sonic—Priced Only Shockproof, ya- terprobf, sweep^/ second hand, unr breakable ' crVS» tal, main spyjivg... balance staff ••— and GUARANTEED for three years against cleaning or oiling. value! onic—Priced 17 v*»* j 95 * $ * Rare month. The guards directing traffic it certain intersections are to b« paid $1.00 p£r hour. Builder's .permits were granted to Mrs. Emma Beard, Superior Oil Co., Behnie Wibben, John S. Thomson and Dallas and Helen Klein. An application filed by John Olb^rding was rejected for not corn- plying with the Zoning Ordinance. A class 6 beer permit was renewed for Robert Munger. Resolutions were adopted directing publication of notices 6f filing plats and schedules for construction of curb and gutter and sanitary sewer in sub-district No, 12. A Resolution was adopted approving the assignment by Clark and Fit* Construction Co. of its contract for construction of sanitary sewer. A Resolution was adopted transferring $5,960. from the sewage treatment plant fund to the storm sewer fund for payr ment of damages in the condemnation proceedings for storm sewer construction and directing payment of said damages. Engineer M. W. Bittingcr filed plans and specifications for the proposed storm sewer in the eastern part of Algona and a Resolution was adopted ordering construction of said sewer and fixing Dec. 28th as the time for hearing and taking bid?, thereon. j General Government Fund B P. Richardson, Salary $15000 Ivy Scuff ham, Salary 239.50 Nancy Sands, Salary 70.24 L. K. Ferguson, Salary 1677 Albert Boekelman, Salary 47!25 Iowa State Bank, Tax ., 77 00 NW Bell Telephone, Service' . 1255 Iowa State Bank, Mds*. ....... 3S.S5 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co., ^ Kohltfaas " ' ~ ~ ~ Algona Electric, Wirinfl -- ...... SffMf Fond Jess Lashbrook, Salary ......... ''•" Albert Pergande, Salary ..... ..... SS'Si Glenn Burtis, Salary ........... '08.67 Richard frambach, Salary ------Raymond Metzen Jr., Salary ---Jack Mears, Salary ----------Donald Prew. Salary ---- ...... Kenneth Frankl, Salary .. ..... -Harry Ward, Salary -----------William Rath, Salary ---------- 'iriS Iowa State Bank, Tax ---------- 'i'S? NW Bell Telephone, Service ---- 9.95 City Clerk, Adv. Cash .. ....... 2.39 Bannister, Carpenter, Ardors A Cooney, Fees ..... . .......... 100.00 Wilier Engineering Co., Services . 822.98 Clarence Fraser, Sidewalk ------ 36.30 Crown Signals, Inc., Mdse. ------ 105.00 Lc". M. Hatcher, Street Work .. 151.00 Clogs-Cook Equip., Repairs ----- 49.77 Algona Machine Shop, Repairs . . 2.2a Kohlhaas Hdwe., Supplies ...... 15.83 Mid-West Service Co., Mdse ..... 178.30 Public Safety Fund Albert Boekelman, Salary ...... 138.35 Raymond Krebs, Salary --------- 12 §-Z Z A. C. Weishaar, Salary -------- 126.70 Richard Grocn, Salary ..... ---- 132.30 L. F. Tellier, Labor _____ ...... 6.12 Albert Olson, Labor ___________ 15.68 James Stebbins, Labor — ..... - 15.68 Jacob Godden, Labor 1 _________ 15.68 Robert Steven, Labor .......... 15.68 Iowa State Bank, Tax ....... — 23.70 City Clerk, Adv. Cash .......... 5.M Mds«. ... ..... J02.<M Ed's DX Service, Mds«. ... ..... . NW Bell Telephone, Service ---- 24.60 70 ' 66 L. K. Ferguson; Salary -- ....... - HaYry Ward, Salary ........ ,--.-John Bshr, Labor ... ...... ----- «•»' Reakus Helmers, Labor -------- 27.40 George Weig Jr., Labor .. ...... 28.11 Clarence Hclgeson, Labor ------ 20.68 NW Bell Telephone, Service ---- .?°-*2 Lee Hatcher, Sower Work ...... 2 ?X'9S E E Robinson, Use of Truck .- 13.60 Mun Equip. Co., Mdse, ........ 31-li Lehiqh Pipe & file Co., Mdse. - 50.00 James Egli, Salary - ........... oioi Fred Gronbach. Salary ... ..... ,93.98 Iowa State Bank, Tax ---------- 13.80 M.chol Sales Co., Supplies ------ J?'°? Albert Baas, Salary --------- 155.92 Mid-West Service, Fuel - ..... -- '5.73 Teresa Norton, Salary ........ -- 66.15 Dr. Sawyer, Rent ---- .--- ..... - Jj.OO Airport Fund NW Bell Telephone, Service ---- 30.00 Bohannon Ins.. Prem. ----------- ?2'?J Kossulh Oil Co., Fuel Oil .. .. 93.35 Parking Meter Fund Ernest Hutchison, Salary _.... 132.30 Park-0-Mcter Co., Mdso. ....... 570.19 Debt Service Fund Iowa State Bank, Interest ------- 120.00 Meeting adjourned to Dec. 15, 1955 at 7-30 P.M. Byron P. Richardson, Mayor Attest: Ivy D. Scuffham, City Clerk. Published in the Kossuth County Advance, Algona, Iowa, December 13, 1955. Boys — Girls — S14.95 Values REVERSIBLE JACKETS Not all colors and not all sizes, "sweet" gifi values if yours is here * * DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE if A TIP FROM OLD SANTA AT BARRY'S RECREATION BILL FOLDS * Rich genuine leathers ... in billfolds complete with all fittings . . . choice of colors . . . a splendid assortment. $1 to $6 SMOKERS'NEEDS! Falcon Pipe Set (1 Pipe, 2 extra bowls) _ $6.50 Falcon Pipes $3.50 Medico Pipe Set. $3.00 Ronson Windlight $3.95 Ronson Windlight Kit $5.50 RayjOL-Vac Flashlights ______ $1.95 ParlTlane Metaf Stem Pipe (With 2 Pkgs. Edgeworth) $1.66 Pipes 75c to $7.50 i ALL BRANDS CIGARETTES * The New Double Carton Winston & Camel Ronson & Zippo Lighters $3.50 Regens & Champ Lighters $1.00 Cigar Holders—Cigarette Holders Rogers Tobacco Pouches .. $1.00 ALL BRANDS TOBACCO IN POUND CANS CIGARS All Kinds & Plenty of Them 5-PACK - 10-PACK - 20-PACK 25's and 50's ALSO BOX 25's - (lOc) ... $2.25 BOX 50's - (lOc) ... $4.49 Box Dutch Masters in Glass Humidor $5.95 Robert Burns . . . Dutch Masters . . . Roitan . . . Wm. Penn . . . Van Dyck . . . White Owl . . . Phillies ... La Fendrich . . . Sqn Felice . . . Wolf Bros. Crooks . . . Charles Denby . . . King idward . . . Red Dot . . . Stetson Tops . . . Corina . . . Tampa Nugget ... El Verso . . . R. G. Dunn . . . Muriel ^--^ " V.*U' Candy Box 5 POUNDS $3.95 3 POUNDS $2.35 2 POUNDS $1.95 7-oz. Assorted Chocolates 49c 1 POUND _^_._^__ $1.25 up PLANTERS MIXED NUTS, Lb. 88c Electric Razors Ronson Electric Shaver $19.95 with $7.50 trade-in allowance Norelco Electric Shaver ___ $19.95 Gem — Shick Injector — Gillette ' SAFETY RAZORS Stuffed 15 Inches In Height! BARRY'S HOLIDAY Beverage Special Falstqff, case, $3 plus dep. Drewry's, case $3 plus dep, Holiday Cheer Try Storz WINTERBRAU 6 Pack $1.09 Half Qallon Rolls . . 40c and 75c BARRY'S RECREATION Phone 343 WE DELIVER ^ iwvmpx* Schwen's Ice Cream x ^ T : eeCente ::. pt ;.S Cranberry Sherbet, pt, 30c Vi Gallons Holiday Fruit 98c k?* * l:p«^-' l » r 1'»^HP' 1 .^ l . .1-1 Ssfc^** «i^*-^ ^ ^ >, Assorted Flavors, Phone 343 ]

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