The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1950 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1950
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8—Algona Upper DCS Moines Tuesday, March 14, T950 »cr: 1950 Fishing Season Set; All Limits Are Broadened The Conservation Commission has adopted far-reaching regulations for the 1950 fishing season, extending all open seasons except trout to Feb. 15, 1951. Trout will close Nov. 30. Size limits were taken off all species of fish except largemouth and smallmouth bass and sand sturgeon. Two-day catch limits were removed, with daily catch and possession limits being the same under the new regulations. Opening dates on all species of fish remain as in 1949, with catfish opening April 15, trout May 1, and walleyes, perch, white or silver bass, and northern pike May 15. Largemouth and smallmouth bass, sunfish, bluegills, and rock bass open June 1. Size limit on largemouth and smallmouth bass was set at 10 inches, with sand sturgeon minimum set at one pound. All other fish taken will be "keepers" during the 1950 season. Special regulations on five lakes partly in Iowa and partly in Minnesota remain in effect during 1950. Regulations govern- ing fishing in Little Spirit Lake, Dickinson county: Iowa and Tuttle lakes, Emmet county; Burt (Swag) Lake, Kossuth county; and Iowa Lake, Osceola county, are as follows: Walleye Pike, May 15-Feb. 15, daily catch 5, possession 5. Northern Pike or Pickerel, May 15-Feb. 15, daily catch 3, possession 3. Sunfish, Bluegill, May 15-Feb. 15, dally catch 15, possession 30. White Bass, May 15-Feb. 15, daily catch 15, possession 30. Catfish, May 15-Feb. 15, daily catch 8, possession 8. Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass June 1-Nov 30, daily catch 5, possession 5. Yellow Perch, Crappies, no closed season, daily catch 15, possession 30. Bullheads, Carp, Suckers, Redhorse. Sheepshead, Buffalo, Bur- bot, Dogfish, Gar, no closed season, daily catch limit, none; possession limit, none. There is no minimum length restriction on any of the fish listed for these five lakes. Old Style Takes Lead In Blue League, Barrys Old Style broke the tie with Barry's and gained a two-game lead Monday at Barry's alleys. This put the K.C. team within one game of Barry's. J. Schimmel's 237 was high line for the week, and combined with his 181 and 189, made a 607 three-game total. H. Anderson's 617 total was scored on 213, 221, and 182. Other 200 or over scores were Walt Decker (220), 'M. Potter (200), H. Voigt (225), Wm. Geering (204), R. Donovan (200), R. Pickett (214), E. Wittkopf (203), E. Mittag (202), J. Schimmel (204). League Standings: Blue (Monday) W L Old Style 47 31 Barry's 45 33 K. C. 44 34 Algona Barbers 41 37 Lotts Creek 39 39 Eddie's Flower 36 42 Am. Legion 31 47 National Guard _ 29 49 Purplef Tuesday) W L Plantation 48 30 S & L 40 35 Blanchard Lumber 40 35 Council Oak 41 37 Sportsman Tavern 40 38 John Deere 37 41 Schmidt's Roller 32 48 Plum Creek 31 47 Green (Thursday) W L Burt 56 22 Hoover's 52' 26 Mainliner _. 48 30 Algona Produce 39 39 Reding's Market 38 40 Algona Implement 32 46 V. F. W. „ 27 51 Ledyard 20 58 Ed's D-X Takes 'Fern' Pin Lead Ed's D-X took the lead away from Weidenhoff in Barry's women's league last week, and now have a two-game margin. K. Kelley bowled 155, 168, and 152 for a high 475 three-game total. Other high individual scores were Haggard (151), Kajewski (158), Carney (155), Briggs (159), Sperry (188), Waldera (152), Cook (169), L. Walcott (165, 181), Priebe (152). League Standings W L Ed's D-X 46 23 Weidenhoff 44 25 Druggist's Mutual 35 34 Modernistic 33 36 Bell Telephone 32 37 Upper Des Moines 32 37 Sperry's 31 38 Woodward's 23 46 Grant & Seneca 4-H Teams Play Seneca — Wednesday night was a night full of basketball at Seneca. The Grant }-H boys and girls teams were present and games were played by the "A" and "B" boys team;, and one girls team. The Seneca teams chalked up a victory in each game. In order to add some funds to their depleted treasuries, the clubs served refreshments between and alter the games. This proved to be quite profitable. each club received $14.00 for its endeavor. St. John's In Sub-State Cage Meet St. John's of Bancroft is the only Kossuth basketball team moving info sub-state tournaments, this week. By defeating Spirit Lake, 40 to 31, Saturday night at the district meet at Spirit Lake, the Bancroft team won the class "A" district meet there. Bancroft is slated to face Ankeny, tonight (Tuesday), at 8:45, at Ames. Other class V A" entries at the Ames sub-state are Forest City and Ogden, who met Monday night. Algona high was eliminated by Belmond, Tuesday night of last week at Hum- boldi, and Si. Cecelia's was downed by Corwilh (story in adjacent column) in a game at Forest City. ' POPEN.CANAPA'S &BEATKT JOCKEV, HOMEA401O1 SHOT IN 1951 WHEN HE WAS OlPt. On THE 9KONO PAY AFTER SHS LEABNEP HOW TO HIDE- CZI25 MOTOeCYOE. SINGH? SMALL WON A "WHAO( -me MU&HY"CONTEST lPl?A Of THP GAM? 16 TO BREAK A BALLOON TIEP TO AN OPPDNANT5 HEAP/ , HI* 50« BIKTHPAY STARTING IN A 6- PAY HF COUNTY PORTS Robert Fulton was a portrait painter before lie became an inventor. 4-H Cage Tourney Dated Mar. 30-31 In Burt Gym Another basketball tournament is in the making, this time for the 4-H boys of Kossuth county. Club leaders met at the Algona F. B. office Feb. 15 to determine rules for the tourney. The county has been divided nto districts, with the township ine two miles south of Burt as the boundary. North district will consists of Eagle, Grant, Lakota, iebron, Swea-Harrison, Seneca, Greenwood, Buffalo, Burt, Pori- and, and Lone Rock. South Dis- .rict includes Lotts Creek, Union, Plum Creek, Wesley, Prairie, Algona, Whittemore, Garfield, St. Joe and LuVerne. Four district survivors will meet at Burt for the semi-finals and final games on March 30-31. Two games will be played the iirst night to determine finalists for the second nignt. South district games open tonight at the St. Cecelia Academy gyrn. St. Meets Plum Creek at J p. m. (Tuesday). March 10, Whitemore plays the St. Joe- Plum Creek winner at 8 p. m. at the Academy. North district games open March 20, Monday, with Greenwood and Grant meeting at 7 p. m., and Burt and Lone Rock at 8:15 p. m. F at the Grant Consolidated gym. Seneca and Buffalo meet at 9:30. Tuesday, at 7:30 p. m., Swea- Harrison meets the Seneca-Buffalo winner, and Portland plays Eagle at 8:45 p. m. There will be no admission charge. All pairings were determined were in the county office be- All pairings will be determined by drawings from entries which must be in the county office before March 1, 1950. A $3 entry fee will bo charged each club which enters a team. Co-chairmen for the north district are Alfred Zielske and Paul Bernhard and for south district an.- Howard Schoby, Sr. and Milo Kollasch. RUBBER STAMPS — ALL kinds, all sizes—made to order At the ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, in the NEW newspaper building, HI E. Call St. 5tf TYPING PAPER. Algona Uppei Des Moines, phone 1100. Academy Bows To Corwith Cagers, 33-26, In District St. Cecelia's academy lost to Corwith, 26 to 33, Jast Wednesday night in a district tournament game at Forest City. The academy team got off to a slow, jittery start in the first half, scoring seven points in the first quarter, and only one in the second. They recovered too late in the fourth quarter to win, but registered 13 points for that quarter. Corwith later won the class "B" district meet by beating Kanawha, 40 to 31, and now go to the sub-state. Box Score St. Cecelia's 26 fg ft pf Winkel, A. 0 1 1 Loss 430 Winkel, E 523 Woodcock 021 Wilheimi 005 Hoenk 003 Harig 000 9 8 13 Corwith 33 fg ft pf Mullens 3 1 1 Babcock 233 Clapsaddle 1 0 3 Gray 201 Shipman 531 13 7 9 Hardware Team, Tyke Woodman, Lead At Brandts Hank Furst turned in a 244 line to top all competitors in league bowling at the Brandt alleys, last week. R. Galbraith with lines of 200-207-202 for a 609 total, was high man in game total. Other "Honor Roll" scores: B. Batt, Jr. (200) Bob Qade (212), Goodwin (200), Bert Baldwin (211), Angus Cotton (204), Hesly (211), Lampright (213), Don Smith (203), Chan Dailey (233200), Ted Chrischilles (200), J. Reed (235), Rudy Krominga (202), J. Intermill (200), Calhoun (210), J. Baas (203), and E. Olson (200). League standings: Western League W L Algona Hardware 54 24 Burt VFW 51 27 Algona Ice Cream 51 27 Pioneer Hi-Bred 46 32 Livingston Tool _ 45 33 National Guard 44 34 Whittemore Legion 40 38 L.L.L. Club 40 38 Pettit Plantation -.- 38 40 Harold's Food 26 52 JayCees ._. 23 55 Boone Ridge 10 68 Classic League W L Tyke Woodmen 60 18 Seven Up 55 23 Coast-to-Ccast 48 30 Bauer Implement 48 30 Old Style Lager 45 23 Barry's 42 36 JayCees 36 42 Blatz 34 44 Plantation 31 47 Britt 28 50 Brandt Lanes 22 ,56 Algona Indies 19 59 Fishing, Hunting Licenses Expiring New hunting, fishing, and combination hunting and fishing licenses and 1950 fishing law leaflets will be mailed March 20 to more than 1500 persons authorized to sell licenses. Licenses will be on sale April 1 and may be purchased at the office of Clara Walker, county recorder, Conservation officers, from many sporting goods stores, boat liveries, banks, and similar business establishments also handle licenses. All hunting and fishing licenses are in effect from April 1 to April 1 the following year. Resident hunting and resident fishing licenses are $1.50 each. Combination hunting and fishing licenses are $2.50. Revenue from license sales is used to support the activities of the fish and game division of the State Conservation Commission. None of the funds for fish and game purposes come from general tax revenue. GREEN COLONIAL OIL FURNACE list word la i complete boat heating •ait. Tops IB ECOB- My, Contort ud CoaveBtace. Easy Operatic* P. R. IRONS Phone 523-W AL/1ONA GREEN COLONIAL fOH : HOMES Of ALL, SIZES "AHD -ALL KINDS Of fUEL U. Of Iowa Athletic Head To Speak Here March 30 The Jaycee's annual athletic banquet will be held Thursday, March 30. in the high school gym. All athlete* of Algona High and St. Cecelia's academy will be guests of the junior chamber. Paul Breckler, sports director at Iowa university, will talk and show films highlighting the 1949 football season at SUI. Coaches, superintendents, and cheerleaders front the two schools and fathers of the athletes will also be invited. Other sports fans may purchase tickets at $1.25 if they wish to attend. George Boswell will serve the dinner. Marry Greenberg. chairman, Tony Gusowski, and John Ferguson are the general committee in charge. .' Rustemier Signs With Philadelphia Sgt. William F. Rustemier, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ruste- mier, Bancroft, recently signed a contract with the Philadelphia Athletics. He is now stationed at the Lackland Air Force base, San Antonio, Texas, and will report to the Athletics upon his discharge from service. He formerly pitched with the Bancroft Lions, prior to enlistment in the service. Pool Tournament At Lone Rock Erich Seegebarth at Lone Rock is sponsoring his third annual pool tournament, March 20, 22 and 27, and March 29 if that date is necessary to determine championships. Entries must be in by midnight of March 18, and the entry fee is $1 per. team. ' ' The winner will be declared county champion, Erich says, and the four lop teams entered will share the prize money. 20 At Air Unit Reserve Meeting The Algona Volunteer Air Reserve unit met March 9 in the American Legion hall*with 20 veterans attending. Capt. Leighton Misbach and Lt. Mark Stanton gave talks. Major Deb Hall is commander of the intelligence squadron. The next meeting will be Thursday, March 23, in the Legion club- HOME Complete Stocks of • I II Supplies rooms. Meetings are open to all interested veterans, regardless of their branch of service. , Those present at the meeting were Richard N. Burt, Donald W. Patterson, Luther J. Fairbanks, Raymond E. Steven, Max Bartholomew, Robert L. Anderson, Warren A. Brones, Harold G. Swanson, Dwaine C. Lighter, Harry Greenberg, Murray Mowers, Elvin C. Swanson," George H. Schwartz, Richard K. Pool,' Richard J. Cook, Roland E. Newbrough, Donald • Hemmingsen, Hall, Stanton, and Misbach. 3 Kossuth Men Visit Hog Farm St. Louis, Mq.—(Special)—Sdv- eral hundred hog raisers from Missouri and Iowa, including Herbert Haar, Albert Bormann, and R. N. Burt of Algona, visited the Ralston Purina Research Farm at Gray Summit, Mo., to see the results of the new Purina Hog Program. Under this new tested and proven program, hogs weighing from 200 to 225 pounds are marketed in 5% months. In addition to enabling the hog raiser to get to market two weeks earlier, the new program effects a savings as much as $25 per litter in feed costs, based on . October, 1949, prices. Following the tour of the Farm, the visitors were entertained at the Purina general offices in St. Louis, featuring a chcken dinner and a special musical show staged by Purina employees. Mrs. Harvey Johns of Mrs. George Lee" John Rich, was take Ann hospital to her gona, Sunday. Mrs. Jo two weeks before and' badly broken wrist injury. She is recover!! and being taken care of tie St. John. IF rrs HEWS WE wi When You think of Household Appliances] Think of HALl- STRAHORN HOWE. Formerly Spllles Hdw| Algona for BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS Of This Area INDUSTRIAL "Buy Where The Builders Buy" y FUEL. .. COAL. ..BUJLD/NG SUPPLIES ... .. PHONE 229 The Norton yards, with their exceptional large stocks of all items of building supplies, are always at the service of builders and contractors of this area. We have, over many years, supplied the building supplies for countless homes and commercial building projects in this area. We are in the same way at your service, too-whether you need two or three boards and a quart of paint, or whole load of lumber. Count on F. S. Norton & Son for all your building needs this Spring-if we haven't got it, we'll get it for youl Call at our office—we are at your service daily. 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