The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1950 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1950
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4-Algona Uppftr Des Motnes Tuesday, January 24, 195<fr Bancroft, Dean Bancroft — James Bradley, senior in law school at the University of Iowa, was elected dean of Delta Thelta Phi, professional legal fraternity of law, at a meeting held Tuesday, Jan. 10. James is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bradley. He was tribune of this fraternity last year and represented them at their national meeting last August in Detroit, Mich. 50th Anniversary Friends received word from Mr. and Mrs. Henry Callar that they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Callar, who live at Paris, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Callar left here two years ago and are now making their home with their son ai Paris. Mr. Callar made Bancroft his home for 50 years and Mrs. Callar for 68 years. Ai Bergman Riles Friends and relatives who attended the funeral services of Amos J. Bergman Saturday, Jan 14, were Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rudy, Mir. and Mrs. Andrew Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Vin Allmen, Lakcta, la.; Mr. and Mrs Bernard McGuire, Alfred Os- terreicher. Mr. A. Bosma, Thos. Loots, Ralph Harms, Henry Sunkin, Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Buss, Ben Pankuk, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Weer, Geo. Johnson and Mertle, Titonka, la. , Hiko Loots, Buffalo Center, la.; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hinders, Woden, la.; Kenneth Wagner, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Becker, Lorna and Nancy, Central City, la.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olson and son, Graettinger; Mrs. Mayme Bergman and Roy Ruby, Ruthven: Donald and Dorothy Staver, Emmetsburg; Phillis, Jo Ann and Richard AJlenderf, Sterling, 111., and hi« eight children who were here for the services. Rev. Youngquist had charge of the services, with Garry funeral home in charge of the arrangement*. Burial was in Greenwood cemetery in the family lot. HosplUl Patienli David Wilhelmi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Wilhelmi, is a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona, where he underwent a minor operation. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schiltz took their infant daughter, Kathryn, to Mason City, where she entered the hospital for treatment. ' Richard Underkofier has left for an extended trip through Texas. He went as far as New Hampton and from there his brother- in-law, Frank Recker, went with him. Geo. Johnson and daughter, Myrtle of Titonka, and Mrs. Effie Butler and daughter of Estherville spent Thursday with Mrs. Johanna Bergman and Martha Gorman. Lorna and Nancy Becker of Central City, la., spent Saturday with Arlis Dorr. Shirley Kennedy, student nurse at Rochester, left Monday after a few days spent at the A. W. Kennedy home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Anderson of Burl spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfelt. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hamilton returned from an extended visit with relatives and friends in California and visited with Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Potthoff, who left here this fall for Mrs. Potthoffs health. Mrs. Potthoff is slowly getting her health back. Mrs. A. H. Fuchs and son visited with Mrs. B. H. Sudimier, who is a patient at St. Joseph hospital in St. Paul. Mrs. Sudimier recently underwent a major operation. John Cowing is visiting his son, Walter in DCS Moines. Walter will leave soon to make his home in Arizona. He has been employed for the past 10 years at Davidsons and will go to Arizona for his health. 149 Top Average In Fern League Eleven points separate the top five bowlers in the ' women's league at Barry's with 149 the top and 13fl worthy of fifth place. Arlene Kajewski is leading the average parade with 149 after having some inconsistant evenings. She has a high of over 200 for the year, but has dipped to around the 100 mark at times. TOP FIVE AVERAGES Women's League Are. A. Kajewski 149 M. T. Bestenlehner 14? K. Kelley . 147 I. Cook 140 L. Wolcott 138 Ledyard Cracks Burt Quint 50-26 Ledyard breezed past Burt on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 50 to 26, to add another cage win to its record. Burt's boys, who have been having a bad season, couldn't get started and were held to eight field goals while Ledyard looped in 20. Free throws were even, with ten each. Burt had a little extra bad luck when a Burt man tipped in a rebound for Ledyard in an under-the-basket scramble. Ledyard jumped into a 9-3 lead in the first stanza and held out throughout the game. At halftime, they led 27-11. D. Wentworth collected 22 points for Ledyard, followed by D. Lloyd with 17. Geesman totaled eight for Burt. BOX SCORE Ledyard (SO) FG FT PF Manthe, f 205 Wentworth, Don, f - 9 4 3 Knoner, c 111 Lloyd, D., g - 732 Walsh, g — 1 2 1 Jorgensen, f 002 Watterman, c 0 0 1 Wentworth, Del, f — 0 0 2 20 10 17 Burt (26) FG FT PF Schichtl, f 040 Geesman, f 3 Riemers, c 0 Batt, g 2 Leeper, g 1 Holding, g 1 Sarchet, f - 1 Of Irvingfon Church, Jalt. 15 Irvington — The annual meeting of the local Presbyterian church was held Sunday afternoon, Jan. 15, at the church. The regular routine of business was conducted with Rev. Gilbert Kuyper as moderator. Church officers for the ensuing year are as follows: Trustees, K. P. Roney, Lee Colwell, Alex McLean, Harry Sabin, John Norris, Rasmie Hansen, and Robert Casey, with elders being Mrs. E. O. Chamberlain, Mrs. K. P. Roney and Mrs. Harry Sabin. Rev. Alex English was re-elected as church treasurer, and Mrs. Fannie Bpl- dridge. Sunday School superintendent, with Mrs. Arthur Moss, assisting superintendent. • Mrs. Harry Sabin has been elected president of the Women's Council, with Mrs. E. O. Chamberlain, chairman of the Missionary Study group. Mrs. Gerald Coleman and Mrs. Vern Barker will serve as treasurer and secretary, respectively, of the Women's Council. Installation of all the new officers will Be this coming Sunday. Mrs. Alice Quade and daughter, Margaret, were Sunday guests at the Lee Colwell home on the Ridgeroad. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maasdam have written friends here that they have encountered some snow and bad weather, returning to their home at Lostine, Ore., after spending the holiday season here with relatives and friends. OLD GO-CART Infant Randolph Wilson Lton of Traer in using a combination high-chair and go-cart originally purchased for his grandfather 68 years ago. Aside from its age, the go-cart is unusual in that it can be quickly converted to a highchair. TYPING PAPEH. Algona Uppei Des Moines, phone 1100. We Repair N E SIGNS Sales & Service — • We give prompt and expert service in all phases of NEON sign repair. Call us when in need. Transformers on hand at all times. Phone 170 PRATT Electric Construction s 8 10 20 Week Of Action For Tournaments Tournament time is here. The aoys • county basketball tourney opened Monday night at Swea City, with the finals to be played Saturday. The diocesan tourney for the east portion of the Sioux City area, will open next Monday at Ft. Dodge, with St. Cecelia s ol AJgona, St. Joe, Whittemore Presentation and St. John's of Bancroft participating. The North Central conference tourney opens Jan. 26-28, with Algona's first team participating. SEXTON NEWS Bernard Weaver has been tak- ng his father, Jacob Weaver, to Ft. Dodge where the latter has teen receiving treatments at the Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise, Wesley, were Friday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Drusie Noble. Mrs. Nell Opheim visited Friday forenoon at the home of her nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Phillips and family, in Algona. NOW IN PROGRESS! IOCAUT \STORE5nNADONAUT OWNtO STORES H. Geilenfeld Has 180 Ave., Gade 179 At Barry's H. Geilenfeld is leading thi pack at Barry's with his average of 180 for the season. Other maple - inassagers have beei strung out behind Geilenfulc with the exception of Bob Gade who has racked up 179 for hi average. In the race for top scores, these averages won't change much for the remainder of the season, although the general quality of bowling should increase slightly. Some Tiowlers may be able to Up their averages oy a couple of points if they can control thai hook or pick up the splits. Following are top five bowlers in sach league. TOP AVERAGES Blue League (Monday) Ave. H. Geilenfeld - ......... 180 W. Geering ..... . ...... 176 E. Mittag ______________ 171 J. Baas ..... - ......... 171 L, Lynk .-- ...... ----- 171 Purple League (Tues.) Ave. Bob Gade ............. 179 J. Schimmel - ......... 170 H. Hutchinson --------- 169 A. Cotton ____________ 169 M. Amfalu- ---- ........ - 169 Gtwm League (Thui».) Ave. H. Anderson ........... 172 R. Sengbusch — ...... 16i B. Lichter ----- ..... - Jjg F. Davis ----- ....... — lf£ C. Beoseaotec ---------- WANTADS " L It's locker time in Algona!" Yup, it's locker time in Algona .... Right now is the best time of year to boy beef quarters to cut up and freeze and put in your locker. We don't care which end you prefer-from a front quarter you can get chuck roasts, short ribs, rib steaks, stewing and boiling beef and ground beef . . . from a hind quarter (a little more initial cost) you get the delicious club and T-bone steaks, sirloin steaks and tips, round steak and rump roasts. Every day we receive new shipments . . . and although our prices may vary a little day by day, they'll always be low. • And as an added service, for which there is no charge, we cut, grind and wrap to your taste— your beef from now through next summer all ready Jo stow in your locker or freezer. Consumer's Super Market "You Can't Help Saving Money at Consumers" i s t h e Ambassador an esman Models for Your CTION Our Staff Will Be On Hand to Demonstrate The Mdny Ex- dusii/e Features of the Naih'Airflyte'. , 401 First Avehu* Fort Ctedge, Iowa

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