October 30,1956 Slgotta tlpprr lies; jWomesi October 30,1956 PHONE 1100 - YOUR NEWSPAPER The Greatest Advance In Hybrids! GENETIC GIANT. iOTl • Superior yield and shelling per* centage • Superior standability • Sturdy root and stalk system • Tolerance to disease, insect and drouth damage plllS: THE LARGEST HYBRID EAR EVER GROWN up to 12 to 14 inches in length — up v to one pound and more in weight Make GENETIC GIANT your hybrid HERBERT WALLACE Irvington, Iowa Scoring Record Set By Tyke In IH Win Titonka's Indians set a new school season scoring record as they walloned Terril 46-20 at Titonka Friday night. The winneni ran their season point total to 194 in seven games, with one left to play. Coach Lyle Opheim's crew travels to Swea City for p meeting with the Trojans, who downed Armstrong, 25-15, Friday, tonight, Tuesday, Oct. 30. The Indians, who have now tiken four straight wins, ran their won-lost mark to 5-2 as Dennis Krominga, Bill Abbas and Kent Rippentrop once 'again proved to be a valuable trio of ball-packers. Krominga went 73 yards twice for touchdowns and blocked s Terril punt that accounted for a third. Abbas counted on two 30 yard runs and Rippentrop scooted 44 and 32 for his pair of TDs. Jerry Ehwagen went 64, 78 andi four yards for the three Terril touchdowns. The win kept the Indians in second place in the Cornbelt Conference. Burt Cagers Open Nov. 9 Against Fenton Hurt's girl's and boy's basketball teams began drills recently under Coa"ch Ray Ihnen. There are 24 girls trying out for the sport, with 11 letter- winners listed on the roster. They are seniors Arlyce Johnson, Mary Keith, Beverly Larson, Karen Layrenz and Alice Thompson; juniors Delores Ackerman and Barbara Dremmel and sophomores. Pamela Andrews, Patty Groen, Lois Lichter and Sheryl Smith. Twenty-five boys, including lettermen Jerry Garman, Gary Giddings and Norman Mitchell, seniors, and John Smidt, junior, are working out. Thfc Bears won 24 and lost three a year ago. The opener is Friday, Nov. 9, at home against Fenton. 43-44' CHRISTMAS CHARITY TRAP SHOOT Sponsored By East Fork Chapter Of Izaak Walton League Sun., Nov. 4th, '56 1 P.M. - SQUEEZE FIELD AIRPORT 3 Miles S. On 169, % Mile E. PRIZES Profits To Sponsor Needy Families At Christmas Time NoIFS,BUTSorMAYBES... "I WILL VOTE FOR RETURN TO 2% SALES TAX IN IOWA" And I Will Represent My District If Elected, For The Best Interests of The District. Better Use of State Tax Money Can Make Unnecessary Pending State fax Increases. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST By Or Man MMC fourteen right games out of 20 won last Saturday's Grid Guessers contest, and first place went to Ralph Elbett of Algona. He had a guess of 46 for high total score, which actually was 49. Second place went to Glen Welp of Tiionka, also with 14 right but a high total of 63, and third place went to Kenneth Walter of Fenion with 13 correct and nigh game total of 57. Other pickers with 13 right, on the Honor Roll for the week, were Mrs Chester Webb, Dorothy Abbott, Ted Finley, Donald Johnson and Al Slobe of • Algona, Harold Schmalen and Bob Klepper of West Bend, and Dick Fraser of Cedar Falls. It Was a big week for upseis, accounting for the comparatively low total guessed correctly. In the 12 correct bracket were Bill Fraser, David Walker, Roland Bode, Merrill Walker, Lewis Gilbride, Bob McMahon, Ken Geilenfeld, Helen Geilenfeldi Mrs Let Kenyon, Ruby Slobe, Howie Trink, Mr* Melvin Kern, Bob Baas, Richard D. Palmer, all Algona: John Vaudt, Jim McDonnell, Whittemore; B. Merit Sr., West Bend; Louis Reimers, So. Milwaukee, Wii.; Marvin Bellinger, Ted Jensen, Jerry Sorensen, Fenton; Robert Nielson, LuVerne; Charles Staudt, Lone Rock. Three entries made the Mourner's Bench for the week, Merv Hentges, Jim McMahon and Harry Spongberg, all of Algona. It's the upsets thai do itl Can you pick 'em for next Saturday? Three cash prises weekly for the best guesses, which must be in the UDM office by Saturday noon or postmarked by then. Humboldt Final Grid Foe Here Wednesday Night Iowa Falls Rip* Hapless Bulldogs With a 49 To 0 Pasting By Don Smiih Jr. Conoco Service -23^8 Buckaroos 23 Beecher Lane 20 Furst Tax Serv. 19 Brandt Buick — -18M> Vets -. - 18% Occo .18 Midwest Service 15 Walker Grocery u.13 Hutzell's Cities Serv. .12 Aces -- 8 12 1/2 13 16 17 17% 18 21 23 24 28 Rolfe Wins At Bode, Friday Rolfe clubbed Twin Rivers, 31-0, at Bode Friday night. The winners were led by Gary Kaiser, who ran 30, 35 and eight yards for TDs and passed to Greg Kaiser for another. Larry Pullen tallied the final, touchdown for Rolfe. Rolfe is a member of the Twin Lakes Conference, Twin Rivers of the 4-C Conference. Chan Dailey's 231 Top Line Of Pin Week Chan Dailey and Kay Voigt topped the list of high scores at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Dailey's 231 headed the men, while Mrs Voigt had lines of 213 and 172 as she chalked up a 533 series count. Other women over 160 were Betty Dennis 172, Joyce Fraser 161, Martha Johnson 165, Pauline Widen 167, Lois Furst 161, Jackie Laing 164 and Phyllis Walker 199. , Men who bettered 200 included Herb Hedlund 204, Ted Vera 202, John Diekman 201, Gerald BaHl- ing 212, Paul Hasse 205, Stan Black 203, Paul Watson 222, Buck Davis 203, Merle Hoover 206, Bud Briggs 225, Hank Geilenfeld 224, 2,03, Joe Donahue 204, 200, 216, Jerry Ferris 202, Clayt Pittman 200, Chuck Mullin 210, 202, Angus Cotton 202, Frank Rueb 200 and Romey Wilhelmi 212. League standings: Western League W L Sjogren's Groc. 27 9 East End Groc. 25 11 Titonka —24 12 Burt _ -22 14 Swartz Hdwe. 21 15 Pioneer 18 18 Albright Aero-Serv. __17 19 Kossuth Motor 13 23 Mutual of Omaha 13 23 Plantation _ 13 23 Thermogas _ 12 24 Al's Skelgas 11 25 Classic League W L Boyken Insurance 26 10 United Loan 23 13 Independents 22 14 State Farm 22 14 Hamm's 21 15 Hub - 19 17 Burt __18 18 Seeley Farms __ 16 20 Plantation ____13% 22% Miller High Life 13 23 Scobba Skelly Serv. -.11% 24% Root Hdwe. 11 25 Mixed League W L Has Beens 25% New Vehicles To 18 Owners Eighteen new cars and trucks were registered at the county treasurer's office during "the past two weeks. New owners are: Ford — Swea City Hatchery, truck; N. F. Chapman, Algona; Katherine Gilmore, Algona; E. M. Richardson, Algona; Elmer Jorgenson, Swea City; and T. C. Hansen, Wesley. Buick — M. L. Roalson, Armstrong. Pontiac — Orville Runksmeier, Ledyard. Olds — L. I. Gisch, Algona; and G. J. Winkel, Whittemore. Chevrolet — Veda E. Doyle, Bancroft; J. E. Merrill, Bancroft; C. H. Davis, Algona; and K. G. Ewoldt, Algona. Cadillac — C. L. Livingston, Algona. DeSoto — Joy Ditsworth, Swea City. Plymouth — A. R. Sage, Algona; and C. S. Blossom, Algona. They Earn Their Own Wecley — High School students and teachers picked up corn Tues-. day on several farms and earned money for new basketball uniforms. I FAVOR AND WILL VOTE FOR RETENTION OF VETERANS TAX EXEMPTIONS AND HOMESTEAD TAX EXEMPTIONS (Both of These Are Threatened With Elimination By High Tax Hoegh) I FURTHERMORE DO NOT INTEND TO MAKE 320 MOTIONS - AS MY OPPONENT BOASTS OF DOING. LET'S HAVE SOME COMMON SENSE IN STATE GOVERNMENT - NO WONDER IT NEEDS HOUSECLEANING. About Myself - I am a lifelong resident of Iowa, 47 years old, a,m married, in business in Estherville, have two sons (one attending pie-med school at Morningside). I am a member of the VFW and American Legion, Kiwanis Club and Elks, and a trustee and elder of the Christian Church of Estherville. I served in the U. S. Navy in World War II. including overseas. I served as State Senator from this district in 1948 thru 1952. I Respectfully Solicit Your Voting Consideration. B URL N RIDOUT ^HHH0^^ ^HBP wBB^ ^^^^^^^w ViHp ^MHP ^BP^ ™B^ ^IHIPP ^^^p ^p^^^^^^^ ^^BH^^ ^^BUBI^^ ^^^^P DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR STATE SENATE FROM 49th DISTRICT OF KOSSUTH - PALO ALTO - EMMET COUNTIES HERMAN J. STUDER DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY AUDITOR A Lifelong Resident of Prairie Twp. Served 24 Years On Prairie Twp. School Board. Served on Board of Directors of Co-op Elevator, Creamery, Oil Company and Wesley Community Builders. Connected with Kossuth County AAA, PMA and ASC Including Management for 6Vz Years — 5 Years a County Committeman, 11/2 Years as Office Manager, During Which Time Millions of Dollars in Govt. Funds Wqre Handled. Married and Father of 5 Boys, Including One in Service in Japan, and 3 Married and Now Farming. Family also Raised 2 Nieces. Able To Devote Full, Conscientious Time To County Office, Experienced • Capable Courteous Your Support and Vote 1$ Respectfully Solicited •5TI HERMAN J. STUDER FOR COUNTY AUDITOR Political Advertisement The Iowa Falls Cadets added to woes of Algeria's Bulldogs at the fairgrounds as they ran, passed and kicked their way to a crushing 49-0 verdict in a Dad's Day game Friday night. Algona closes out its season Wednesday night, Oct. 31, when Humboldt comes to town fot a North Central Conference clash. The Wildcats, who were undefeated until Webster City slashed them to bits, 41-6, at Humboldt Friday night, are overwhelming favorites to chalk up a win and cinch at least a tie for second place in the conference. Coach Harold Shugart's Bulldogs have failed to score a point to date and have allowed opponents a total of 245 points in seven games, an average of 35 per game. Cadet* Start Fast The Cadets lost little time in making hay Friday night. They got their first touchdown with only four minutes gone and counted their final three points on a field goal with only 13 seconds left in the game. Beam got the first TD on a one-yard smash that climaxed a six-play, 48 yard march the first time the Cadets got their hands on the ball. Campbell, who kicked four conversions and a 20- yard field goal, added the extra point to make it 7-0. Less than five minutes later Beam flipped a pass to Bremnei for eight yards and the second TD. Campbell made it 14-0, and that's the way it remained until 5:20 of the second stanza had gone by. Johnson cracked over from three yards out and Campbell split the uprights to run the count to 21-0. Just before the end of the half, Campbell plowed over from the Algona three, but missed the extra point to make it 27-0. Warner scampered 24 yards for the Cadet TD in the third period as the score went to 34-0, before Wall zoomed 37 yards to make it 40-0 with two minutes gone in the fourth period. It was Warner's turn again 3 minutes later when he took a short pass from Windecker and went all the way to complete a 62 yard scoring play and run the count to 46-0. 72 Yard Sprint Wall set.up the final tally of the evening when he covered 72 yards from the Iowa Palls 21 to the Algona seven. After a five yard penalty, Campbell booted his field goal. The Bulldogs gained more yardage on offense than in any game this year, covering 103 yards on the ground and 74 through the air for a 177 total, but couldn't manage a TD and the deepest penetration into Iowa Falls territory was to the Cadet 21 late in the game. The locals marched 60 yards but couldn't penetrate the 21. Tom Potter was the leading Algona ground-gainer with 39 yards in seven tries for a 5.5 average per carry. Harvey Peglow passed for 53 yards and ran for 11 to account for 64 yards for the Bulldogs. Iowa Falls had nine backs who rolled up 498 yards rushing and passing. Statistics: A IF First downs 8 16 Passes attempted — 21 12 Passes completed — 3 7 Yds. passing 73 182 Kick-off ave. 1-30. 8-37. Punt ave. 7-30. 4-33. Yds. kicks ret. 108 78 Fumbles lost 1 0 Yds. pen. --- 10 25 Yds. rushing 103 316 Tot. yds. gained — 177 498 12 Gals Over 150 Mark In Bowling Loop Valeria Nelson tossed a 197 line and Carol Godfredsen put together lines of 169, 161 and 180 for a 510 series count to top the gals at Larry's Lanes this week. Others over 160 included J. Haupert 161. M. Lytle 174, B. Bradford 179, A. Lytle 169, A. Kajewski 166, 163, K. Voigt 189, L. Wolf 193, S. Raney 170, J. Laing 162, 162 and C. Baldwin 162. League standings: Wednesday Ladies W L Cook's Welders 20 4 United Variety 16 8 Bancroft 13 11 Thuente's -11 13 East End Groc. -.11 13 Aces 11 13 Coast-to-Coast - - 7 17 John Deere 7 17 Thursday Ladies W L Bill's Standard . 18 6 Sharp's Jewelry 17 7 Fareway 15% 8% Van's Cafe 15% 8% Bradley Bros. 12 12 A.S.C 8 16 Wallburg's Texaco _„, 6 18 Davis Paint 4 20 The Algona Upper Des Molnsg ftas the largest circulation in So* luth county ol any publication.
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