The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1950 · Page 8
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Upp*r DCS MOIRM Twetdoy, January 10, 1950 Brandt Leagues Thrown Into Ties; Four Teams Lead Dick Cowan was on the right bali last week when be entered for high game consideration a 246. It was so good, in fact, that it took top honors for the week at Brandt's. J. Ferris was not far behind, bringing in 240 for his high game. John Intermill took high series honors with 207, 200 and 190 for 597. Both the American and National Leagues are tied, with Hobarton and Bauer each holding 3417 (records in the American. Sharps Jewelry and Muller Cafe have 35-18 in the National league. Pintoppers of 200 or more were Ken Rasniussen (210). L. Root (214), C. Loss (203). V. Roethler (204), Bob Diekmann (212), L. Rouze (225). J. Reed (205), MeCormick '206). M. Clement (217>. H. Johannsen (235) and Bowman (211). LEAGUE STANDINGS American W L Hobarton Co-op 34 17 Bauer __ _ 34 17 Bankers Life 33 18 Bakers Livestock 23 23 Ready Mix 23 23 West End Billiards 27 24 LuVerne Legion 25 26 Percival Bears ..23 28 Algona All-Gas 22 29 Wesley Fanners 20 31 Allen Motor - 17 34 Lions Club 15 36 National W L Sharp's Jewelry 35 16 J Muller Cafe 35 l»ebig Taxi 31 Clements 30 Titonka Indians 29 Arnold Motor 27 Studers - - 26 V. F. W. Bancroft 26 Consumers 24 Zenders 20 Weidenhoff Masons 19 Weidenhoff 4 16 20 21 22 24 25 25 27 31 32 47 Academy Caught Short, 53-33, By Emmetsburg Emmetsburg Catholic High didn't have more than five men on the floor at one time . . . it only seemed that way when they trounced St. Cecelia Academy of Algona 53-33 at Emmetsburg Jan. 5. Father Kelm cleared the bench in an effort to stem the tide of Emmetsburg scoring, but it was an uphill fight all the way. Emmetsburg was having a hot night on field goals, getting 25 of the double pointers and only three free throws. To make things complete, St. Cecelia's second team lost their fame 27-17. Art and Eldon Winkel joined forces to get eight points apiece to lead scoring. Woodcock gathered in seven. Carpenter was top man for Emmetsoarg with 21. A slow first quarter saw Em- rnetsbtirg leading by 4-3. By halftime it was 10-19 for Emmetsburg. In the second half, St. Cecelia brought in 23 points while Emmetsburg racked up 34. BOX SCORE Si. Cecelia (33) FG FT PF Winkel. A., f 3 2 1 Loss, f 010 Winkel. E., c 240 Wilhelmi, g 0 1 1 Woodcock, g 313 Hoenk ... 0 1 0 Harig 2 1 0 Schick 1 0 1 Hentges 000 11 11 EmmeUburg (S3) FG FT Carpenter, f ...... 10 1 Kliegl. L., f _______ 4 0 Thompson, c _______ 71 Kliegf G., g _______ 20 Brady, g _____ ..... 1 0 Laughlin .......... 00 Thompson _________ 00 Malchom . ........ - 0 1 Neary ..... ________ 0 0 Murphy ___________ 1 2 PF Last Rites, Jan. 4, For Mrs. Thompson, Burl Burl Funeral services for 1 25 24 Give Your Home or Church "MUSIC'S MOSTrcOrtClOUS VOICE!" will bring Into ng Into your home the full, rich, big-organ' mtulc you're ' admired ... at a price Uitt you csn easily afford. This new Spinet Model it the culett of all organ* to learn to play ... it dengned to fit the imalleit house or linieit apartment ... yet it a complete two-manual-and-pedal Hammond Organ. It bat the famout Hammond tonal lyitem, pedal keyboard wjffc new "automatic legato" control, self-contained tone equipment within the console. Nerer needi tuning; no installation expense, Come in, see it and hear it at our showroom), soon. CALL OB WRITE FOB DEAIONSTBATION Jones Piano House Fort Dodge, Iowa PHOTOS Should Be Ordered Early! Make Your PORTRAIT Your PERSONAL Valentine Let Us Arrange For Your Sitting Now—for Your Valentine Portrait ALC»ON, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Lighter BURT NEWS Rev. and Mrs. R. K. Hill, sons Michael and Jack, were guests Friday evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs. E. in Lakotal H. Buschman Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Young and family of Titonka were New Years dinner guests at the W. F. Batt home. Mrs. Batt and Mrs. Young are sisters. Mrs. Hiram Ward of Bemidji. Minn., visited relatives here for the past ten days. The Wards lived here for many years and Mrs. Ward had spent Christmas with a daughter and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Ross, and a sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ross, in Marshalltown- She visited the Guy Giddings, Wm. and Gordon Giddings, Mrs. Lizzie Parmkuk here. Mrs. Brace at Fenton and relatives at Buffalo Center, also. Mr: and'Mrs. Christy Olson and son. Christ Leslie, of Blooming Prvairie. Minn., spent the holidays with the Jay Grahams. Mr. Olson had the misfortune \n fall and fracture both wrists before Christmas. Rev. Paul Figge of Brooklyn called on friends in town one day recently. He was here to assist at the wedding of Nonoa Scott to Dr. Eugene Lloyd of Ames. Rev. Figge was pastor of the Presbyterian church here for several years before moving from Burt in 1945. Mr. and Mrs. Nels J. Nelson and and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Chafee were Sunday visitors at the Jim Nelson home in R«nwick- The Nelsons are cousins. Jerry Carman ;spent a fev/ days Relative* Visit The following relatives spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredricicson recently; Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dietrich and son, Mrs. Karen Schoger and Mrs. Elizabeth Clever, all of Osage. The Fnedricksons' daughter and fami- ieli. net** Supt. and . Lafcei •"•• ••* Mrs. Officer and family spent from Saturday till Wednesday recently with the V. M. Die-kins at Diagonal and I. B. Officers and Leon. Mrs. Percy Baxtelt and Mary Lu til Waldorf. Minn., and Mrs. Marvin Neibuhr and Charles of Alden, Minn., were recent visitors in the Allen Hinckley home. Mrg. Bartelt is a sister of Mrs. Hmcklev. Rev. and Mrs. Handy and Carl spent Christmas Sunday at Boone with Alice E. Handy and M. Louise Handv. On Monday the Han- dys and Alice went to South Eng lish to spend a day with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Harris and family, The Misses Alice and Louise Handy are sisters of Rev. Handy, and Mrs. Harris us a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson t-ntertaincd the Young Adult Fellowship group of the Methodist r-hurch at their home Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs Frid'.lph Soder- twrg visitr-d Fr«rd Arnold of Klemnr.e. who is a patient in the Mercy hospital, Mason City, one day last week. Mrs. Helen Cunningham, who has bf-*:n at her ion's home following an illness, is in her own ho;m- ay.am since Saturday of last week. Auudia Lu Phillip:, of Algonn ••j/i-nt a 'A eek with her grand- r>an-nt.-;, the Robtrt Moores. George Graham of Appli.-ton Wis . wa;- in town Sunday to t.e<- about st-lling his mother's house and moving her things to his home. ilfi. Chnttenaen recently had a stroke after she went to her ton's home for a visit. Mr.->. Fiank IJahI:ny and Judy O'lirit-n .spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Mtrwm Bahling in La Port City. Mrs. R. H. Thompson. 42, who >assed away at her home Mori- lay morning, Jan. 4, ware held at he Presbyterian church Wednesday afternoon, with the Rev. Ray K. Hill, pastor, officiating. Erna Baars sang "Now the La- wrers Task is O'er" and "O, Rest in the Lord." Ruth Hodgson accompanied at the piano. Pallbearers were James Christensen. Oliver Graham, Clifford Holding, Howard McMullen, Lee Pratt and Herman Rachut. Out-of-town relatives attending were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mawdsley and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Abbott of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Monoghan of Waverly. Mra. D. A. Chittenden and daughter Phiebe of Waverly have been at the Thompson home for several weeks and will remain for awhile. CongregaKon Meeting The annual meeting of the voters assembly will be held Tuesday afternoon at the St. John's Lutheran church in Burt. Everyone is urged to be present, Algona Visitor* Mrs. Arnold Danielson and son of Algona spent a few days last week with her aunt, Mrs. Carrie Koestler. On Sunday. Mr. Dan- ieLson came and accompanied them to the Don Webster home near Lakota, where they spent the day. Writes From Florida Friends received word from Mrs. Rena Buell, who has been visiting relatives in New York, that they were at St. Augustine, Fla., on the way to St. Petersburg, where she expects to spend part of the winter. . and Mrs. Lawrence Miller. ttfw' Jersey were here, 'arid Mrs. Schoger is great-grandmother to Vickie and Michele Miller. Call Annual Meeting The members of the Presbyter- an church will have the annual meeting and a covered dish dinner at the church on Friday evening. Church Meetings The Women's Council of the Presbyterian church held its meeting at the church parlors Friday afternoon. The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church held their meeting at the church on Friday afternoon. These meetings were postponed from Wednesday. Fortnightly HosieM Mrs. Ethel Dremmel will entertain the Fortnightly club at her home Friday afternoon, Jan. 13. Wotnm'f Club, 16th The Burt Women's club will meet Monday evening, Jan. 16, at the home of Mrs. Jennie Riebhoff, with Ruth Hodgson assisting hostess. Mrs. Meinzor Hostess The Spiritual Life Class met with Mrs. Meinzer Tuesday evening of this week. Hosts To trustees Rev. and Mrs. Ray Hill entertained the trustees of the Presbyterian church at home Thursday evening. 18 guests were present. their Some Band Mothers Meet The Band Mothers meet with Mrs. Howard McMullen Wednesday, Jan. 11. in the evening. They will entertain with a 7 o'clock dinner as a farewell for Mrs. J. D. Peters, who has been band instructor. The Peters are moving to a farm in Wisconsin at the end of this semester. Soderbergs Hosts Mr. and Mrs. Soderberg entertained the following relatives on New Years Monday: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mathson, son Melvin of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Markla and children of Algona: and Arlene Mathson of Fenton. Mrs. Mathson is a sister of Mr. Soderberg. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Lavrenz and family spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. Lavrenz s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Otto, at Mallard. Mrs. Richard Lavrent has been with her mother, Mrs. Ole Bredeson, In Lake Mills the past two weeks. Mrs. Bredeson has been ill. Mr. and Mra Rose Elvidge spent Mew Years with the daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Stewart, in $wea City. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and children spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. S. H. Gill in Havelock. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miller and family of Titonka.and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and children were guests at a turkey dinner at the Luther Miller home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Miller and Bob Mathes of Laurenz were guests Thursday evening at the L. J. Miller home. D. C. and L. J. are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller, two daughters. Vickie and Michele left Saturday for their home in Camden, N. J., after spending a week with their parents, the Luther Millers and the Ed Fred- ricksons. In Burt It's SHINER'S CAFE for good food fairly priced Try Us! REMODELING YOUR HOME? Modernizing kitchens and bathrooms . .. Cabinet work of all kinds . . . Kitchen Cupboards PLANNING A NEW HOME IN 1950? Sec us early. Let us help you plan it. ELEAD M. WEGNER Builder & Contractor 418 North Haxlan Algona PHONE 1188-J they both bought new Ford Tractors for only which is $300 to $400 less than other 2-plow tractors equipped with hydraulic controls, fenders and electric starting. "**> Visiting around Iowa 7"j— r: —r by joe. Marsh That "Down" Corn • • • tnOt BCIUS you can get a brand new outfit that's ready to go to work right now—tractor and plow, or tractor and one or more other implement*—for less than the price of many other comparable two-plow .tractor* with no implement That biif wind which hit Iowa last fall liiii more than blow down a lot of COMI. It proved what grand neighbor* Iowa people are. AH over the »!au-, young fellows . . . art(J even «iH>* . . . went out from town lo hc-ip farmers Salvage their corn. That 1 * Iowa for you. Town folk* help th« (aiiiu-i>; faruiiTi htlp the to»n fulk*. V»-», iit-igh- borliiittu. really uitunu kooitlhiiijf in Iowa. Aiui i think trut'o why we lowaiii art: notwi f.,r our tolerance and jjoixi will. Wt rvcujj-ijue that our neighbor* have a'right to their way of Jife, just as we have t'j our*. If neighbor Jones enjoy* back-yard barbecue*, that's u. K. by u*. If neighbor .Smith like* a temperate Klaus of beer after dinner, that's his privilege. A fellow who want* to dictate what a person cats, or drinks, or wmrv, or thinks . . . ju*t doesn't belong m our neighborhood, or in Iowa. Unc» helpfulueiMi and Beijffabor- in, im out, A GOOD PLACS TO INVjST YOUR SAVING /s A pfARWRN UTILITY BLADE .+?* 91*40 M lifted, lowered by Fwd Tractor Hydraulic Touch Control. Cw, b, rtrai^t .njled to right or left, wf nv*n*4 for back flllin*. «-fo»f cut only *99 50 MUNGER IMPLEMENT COMPANY now So. Phillipt St., Algona, la. Phone 1015-W COf r»ICHT IMI, GtAHKIN MOTOflS CO*fO«/llO« "j/>!'J, U. i. ASK FOR A FREE Of MONSTRATION FREE CLINIC HARD o'HEARING LEARN whcttb«U.6.Govermn«tdidtol»ring the greatett ponible aid to you and What it di*cttr- ered regarding your particular kind of hearing lot*. SEE th* new Acoiuticon International Serie* de- ownt Survty on Dtafnesa - th* ttnallett, lightert, rnott bttuttful fcttHnf tid< in Acoutticoo htitofy. m^ H EAR f«^« fin* time, with an inttrumenthon- *ttly d**ign«d for your bearing low -an instrument that teattf ntf your particular need*. Algona Hotel-Wed., Jan. 11 1 to 6 P.M. WARREN BERRY Aeousticon of Fort Dodge 430 Carver Bldg. Fort Dodge, Iowa Want Ads Bring Results NO. 129 OF A SERIES Presenting The Farmers of Kossutft County RICHARD G.THUL From working in a bank' to working a farm with a few years in the Air Corps thrown in for good measure— is a quick way of describing Richard Thul. and his career in the past few years. Now 28 years of age, Richard has chosen farming for a career, and has been farming for three years since hu discharge from the service. J"- dra . Richard farms the place a mile south and 4 mile west of Hobarton. owned by his father, John Thul, who htrrfself farms 340 acres southwest of St. Joe-a farm on which Following his graduation from Livermore high Rich ard worked in the Livermore bank for some thrVe' yea, s He then entered the service, where he served as an Air Corps "crytographer", or decoder of messages He saw service throughout the south Pacific, and was 8 promoted to the grade of Technical Sergeant. Upon receiving his dis charge, Richard says he did some thinking about his life ? s work, and decided against an inside job. He says he ikes F,fh R ' < f h i ard Was maJrrie d in October, 1946 to Bettv e p-pe w WHERE THERE'S A PLAN, THERE'S A WAY And very often, bank loans should tc considered a part of farm operating, ai a sound business enterprise. Coma in and tell us you, P l ans We make- bank loans and give financial couiut-1-we are glad to huve you draw on our years of experience; IOW<%

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