The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 11, 1950 · Page 9
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April 11, 1950 THIRD SECTION Eight Teams Join Kossuth Baseball League For 1950 "Play Balll" That good, old American battle cry isn't going to be heard around here for a few weeks, yet, so far as league competition is cpncern- fu ,« Pre'iminary p i ays f or the 1950 organization of the Kossuth Baseball League were completed, last week, and the opening games were set for May 14. . The Kossuth League will be an eight team loop, this season. In the league will be the Algona K. C.'s, Bancroft VFW, Burt Lotts Creek, LuVerne,-St. Joe, St. Benedict and Whittemore. Burt Strong Entry The entry of Burt into the-fold will make a stronger league. Burt is also entered in the North Central league, a circuit that is going to play all of its games at night, and which includes teams from four counties. The old reliables — the K. C.'s, Lotts Creek, St. Benedict and St. Joe— are also expected to have strong entries, while just what /Bancroft, LuVerne and Whittemore will come up with this year will be the darkhorse question. Stewart McFadden of Algona was named president, and Pat Cullen of Algona, secretary, at the annual organization meeting. How They Will Open In the opening games, May 14, the league schedule will call for the following contests: Bancroft at Whittemore St. Joe at Algona Lotts Creek at LuVerne Burt at St. Benedict Two official umpires from the North Iowa Umpires Ass'n will officiate at each game in the league. Rosters of players have yet to be submitted, and actual practice has scarcely begun, due to the late spring weather,—BUT, it won't be long now! DIED Recently Mrs. Theodore Haughland of Crystal Lake received a letter from her mother in Norway, written three days before her mother's death. The communication predicted that the writer had not long to live. UNTY "1 KOSSUTH COUNTY P 00 S J Academy's 11 Lettermen Boost Baseball Chances PLANTATION BALLROOM April 14 EMIL DOMEIER Old Time King of Swing April 21 FEZZ FRITSCHE April 23 JACK COLE —o— April 28 EDDIE SKEETS And His Swiss Boys April 30 GUFF KYES Personality Bank No Advance Booth Reservation* Doors Open at 8:00 PLANTATION BALLROOM H. R. Pettit WHITTEMORE, IOWA FARMERS SEE US NOW FOR QUALITY NEW AND USED FARM IMPLEMENTS * * * * KOSSUTH CO. IMPLE. STORE John Deere Dealers On CourthouM Square Eleven returning lettermen will spark St. Cecelia's baseball team this spring. Veteran players as well as new men turned out for nitial practices last week, Father Leo Kelm, coach, stated. Plenty of experience will be Decking up the pitching arms of Sldoii Winkel and Gene Hoenk, aoth lettermen. Other returning ettermen are Art Winkel, Bob Loss, Cordell Schillmoeller, Francis Woodcock, Dick Wilhelmi, ene Harig, Henry Elbert, Dick Reynolds, and Dick Buscher. Now Men Look Good Four other boys looking good n practice are Dick Schick, Bob Hentges, Jerry Ferris, and Steve Kenefick. A home game with Whittemore Presentation will start the Academy season. Eight games have been scheduled so far, and it is hoped to schedule two more. The sectional tournament will be held the first week in May. Although the Academy's experienced team is looking good, they will be up against stiff competition. Corwith was second and Whittemore third in the state finals last year. Season's Schedule April 16—Whittemore Presentation, here April 21—Bancroft St. John's, here April 24—Emmetsburg Catholic, there April 26—Corwith, here May 1—Sectional tournament M»y 5—Wesley, there May : 7-*-Whittemore Presentation, there " ' --•••• May 9—Wesley, here May 16—Emmetsburg Catholic, here Thinclads Run Against Eagle Grove Friday With the first dual meet only three days away, Algona High school's track men are competing against adverse weather and Easter vacation time for badly- needed practice -outside. Only two days of outside practice have been held so far, and indoor work-outs have been extremely limited. However, the teams Algona will be meeting are probably having the same difficulties. Coach Leon Martin noted. Eagle Grove is the first foe at a dual meet slated here Friday. All 18 track events will be covered, including the low and high hurdles, which have not been a part of Algona's track program in recent years. Five of last year's 10 lettermen are back this year, but two lettermen who are still in school have not turned out for practices yet. This year's team totals 29, 15 of which have had some experience. Coach Martin is having trouble filling the relays and field events, since few of his men have had any experience in those areas. Dick Downs Is Candidate For I.S.T.C. Team Richard Downs, former star athlete at Titonka High school, is a member of the Iowa State Teachers college baseball squad. The Iowa Teachers crew will play host to Drake for a two game series April 14 and 15. Coach "Mun" Whitford's club opened its first home series by playing host to Minnesota U., for a two day stand. April 7 and 8. The Panthers completed the four game series with Minnesota at Minneapolis, April 11 and 12. Dick rotated . at the catching and shortstop positions with the Titonka high school baseball club. He won three letters in this sport, as well as four in basketball. A junior at Teachers college, Dick will be vying for a catching position with the Panther squad. Downs is a physical education major, and would like to teach. Dick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Downs, live at Titonka, Iowa News is formed from the first letters of North, East, West and SoUtb, Bestenlehner Bowls 173 High Mary Bestenlehner's 173 was the high women's individual score at Barry's this week and it also helped her capture the high game total of 495, supplemented by 156 and 166. Over-150 marks were also registered by K. Kelley (169), I. Cook (167), A. Kajewski (163), Ott (163), and J. Hauptman (156). League Standings W L Ed's D-X 54 27 Weidenhoff 45 33 Druggists Mutual 43 38 Bell Telephone 39 42 Modernistic 33 43 Sperry's 37 44 Upper Des Moines 36 45 Woodward's 29 52 Honor Eldon Winkel Eldon Winkel, St. Cecelia's Academy basketball team member, was picked as one of the All- Diocesan team. The diocese consists of 28 Catholic schools in northwest Iowa. Carman Shares High 232 With Mittag, Barry's Barry's bowlers tied again for high honors. This time Fred Mittag and Bill Carman shared the high individual score of 232. L. Larson's 626, on 222, 206, and 198, was high game score for the week. Walt Decker rolled 216. 201, and 200 for a 617 game, while H. Geilenfeld made 611 on 209, 200, and 202. Individual scores of 200 or more were also bowled by M. Calhoun (226), M. Hoover (203) Soup Briggs (211, 202), R. Sengbusch (201), M. Amfahr (223), W. Geering (205), H. Kunz (227), M. Moxley (212), Howard Decker (212), W. Knoll (209), Soup Briggs (230), and W. Bait, Sr., (224).: League standings: Blue (Monday) W L Old Style 54 36 Barry's. 52 38 K. of C 51 39 Lotts Creek 46 44 Algona Barber Shop . 45 45 Eddie's Flower Shop 43 47 American Legion 36 54 National Guard 33 57 Purple (Tuesday) W L Plantation 54 36 Council Oak „ 47 43 Blanchard Lumber Co. __ 46 44 John Deere 46 44 Sportsman Tavern 45 45 S & L 44 46 Schmidt's Roller Drome _ 41 49 Plum Creek 37 53 Green (Thursday) W L Burt ]_ 64 26 Hoover's 60 30 Mainliner _' 57 33 Reding Super Market 43 44 Algona Produce Co. 42 45 Algona Implement Co. 36 54 V. F. W 34 58 Ledyard 21 69 PAPER SUPPLIES, carbon paper, desk blotters, file folders, card index holders and supplies, at the ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES, in the NEW newspaper buUding. A DREAM + A PLAN= *>£ A NEW HOME We can't do your dreaming for you . . . But we can help you with the planning! We can build your home complete and ready for you to move in—or we can furnish all the necessary materials. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 256 BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. JIM POOL, Manager 419 Now Getting Unemployment $$ Unemployment decreased somewhat during March in this area, but it is still high. A total of 419 .checks were paid out by the Iowa Employment Security Commis: sion office i« Algona foK the month of March, as compared with 469 for January, and 467 for February. At the end of March, 181 persons were still listed as unemployed, but this number is expected to drop sharply when construction work resumes, Jim Mathews, manager of the local office, states. At present there are 20 farm positions open, as well as jobs for women, according to Mathews. The employment office has placed 47 people in March. Unemployment checks for the first three months of 1950 total 1355, while 1429 checks were paid for the 1948 to 1949 fiscal year. G. Towne Rolls Them Right At Brandt's Lanes G. Towne's 244 rightfully held the top place at Brandt's lanes this week. It takes a lot of skill to beat that. The closest anyone came to his score was a 229 bowled by H. Furst, and 227 by H. Geilenfeld. The only 600 game total was a 627 by H. Kramer, made on 210, 192, and 225. Other 200's scored were R. Galbraith (223), Ed Thaves (204), F. Moulton (201), C. Pittman (203), O. Johnson (211), F. Knutzen (201), D. Skilling (213), J. Kelly (202). D. Johnson (217), D. Hutchinson (209. 200), M. Potter (215), A. Cotton (202), D. Smith (223, 209), J. Beamish (200, 214), M. Moxley (201), R. Donovan (204), and D. Furs! (201). League 'standin.es: American (Monday) W Bauer GO Ilobarton Co-op . r >(5 Bankers Life "id West End Billiards 53 Percival Bears 47 Ready Mix Concrete 44 Bakers Livestock 44 Algona All-Gas 42 LuVerne Am. Legion 40 Wesley Farmers 34 Allen Motor 33 Lions Club ._ 31 National (Tuesday) W Sharps Jewelry 01 Loebig Taxi 5!) Titonka Indians 55 Muller Cafe 54 Clements 53 Consumers 50 Arnold Motor 48 Studers 42 Bancroft VFW 40 Zenders & 32 Weidenhoff Masons 30 Weidenhoff 16 Western (Wednesday) W Algona Hardware 59 Algona Ice Cream 57 Burt VFW 57 Pioneer Hi-Bred 54 National Guard 51 Livingston Tool 51 L. L. L. Club 48 Whittemore Am. Legion _ 47 Plantation 44 Harolds Food Store 33 Jaycees 28 Boone Ridge 12 Classic (Thursday) W Titonka Woodman's 70 Seven-Up G6 Coast-to-Coast 56 Bauer Implement 53 Old Style Lager 50 Barry's 50 Blatz 43 Jaycees 42 Plantation 35 Britt 30 Brandt Lanes 25 Algona Independents 20 40 42 4 it no 58 GO 74 L 31 33 33 36 39 39 42 43 40 57 62 78 L 20 24 34 37 40 40 47 4» 55 GO 65 70 DOLLS Eleven year old Greta Mae Larson, of Forest City, has a unique doll collection. Prize of the lot is a large rubber doll that has been in the family for 65 years. Circulating ran! Works miracles in cool comfort! Lightweight, easy to carry about. 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You save on transmission maintenance, and the rear-axle expenses likely to go with it. And the way your engine is oil-cushioned against normal shocks and strains shows up in less engine upkeep. * Standard on ROADMASTER, optional at extra oat on SUPER and SPECIAL model*. KHJI-WAY FOIEflONT Thb rugiid front <•' •nd (I) Mil Hw tlyli nol«, (2) >o»» on repair cotls—vcrtl- col bari or* tool- yiduoliy r«plac*ab!« (3) avoldi "locking horns," (4} makes parking and oaroo- Ing eailer. You may well discover another pleasant surprise, too. We are getting a steadily mounting number of well-satisfied letters about gasoline mileage with Dyna- flow cars. The SPECIAL has shown some records little short of phenomenal. The SUPER is delivering mileage that compares most favorably with gearshift cars. And the ItOADMASTEIt more than holds its own with cars of its size and bulk. In short, there's a lot more to please your budget in the 1950 Dynaflow than its new lower price. Refinements over the past two years result in savings that are sizable over the life of the car. Knowing that, don't you want us to demonstrate the big side of Dynu- flow—the utter smoothness of America's first oil-does-it-all drive? Only Buiek has and with it yoess HIGHIR. COMPRESSION Fireball valre-ln-head power in three engines. (New F-263 engine in SUPCH models 1 • NfW-PATTlRN STYLING, with MULTLOUAKD forefront, (aper-lhrougri fenders, "double bubble" laillighl, • WIDC-ANOLC VISIBILITY, close-up road view both forward and back • TKAfflC- HANDY SIXf, lest over-all length lor easier parking and garaging, thort turning radiui • fXTKA- WIDE SfATS cradled between the axlet • SOfT BUICK RIDf, from all-coil springing, Salety-llide rims, low-pressure tiret, ride-steadying torque-tube • WIDt AKKAY Of MODUS with Sod/ b/ Fisher. Matchless Team - DYNAFLOW and F-263 In the Quick beauly pictured here you can have both Dynaflow and Buick's very latest in power. For every 1950 SUPER hat the F-263 engine, that lively high- compression stepper thud the big power thrill of Iho season. Dynaflow Drive is optional equipment at extra cost. hone von* BUICK dealer tor a demonstration—Right Now! KIRK AUTO CO. Jones and State Algona, Iowa When bolter automobiles are built BUICK wilt build them

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