The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 25, 1956 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, December 25, 1956
Page:
Page 3
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Academy Wins At Presentation By 5M Tally St. Cecelia's Blue Knights rang up, their third win of the year with a 58-31 decision over Presentation of Whittemore at Whittemore Wednesday night. The game was originally scheduled Friday night, but was moved up by agreement. Coach Jim Geelan's outfit rounded out its pfle*Christtnas schedule when it hosted immaculate Conception of Cherokee in the high school gym Sunday. The win* over Presentation came easy for the locals, who registered their third win in eight games so far. With Jim .Cink loading the way, the Knights ran to a 12-4 lend at the end of the first stanza. * By halftime the count went to 29-13, and the Knights were in front, 43-24, at the three-quarter mark. Cink led both teams in scoring as he pumped In 19 points. Paul Goecke added 11 and Cecil Schil- tnoellcr ten to the winning total, while Mergen pitched in ten for Presentation. Box score: St. Cecelia's (58) FG J. Cink 7 Bebo 0 B. Cink 2 SchUmoellcr 5 Seeley .^ 2 Erpelding 0 Froehlich 4 Goecke 5 Duffy .0 FT ,5 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 PF 1 1 1 3 3 1 4 3 1 Presentation (31) 25 8 18 FG FT PF - E. Ne,itzel 1 3 3 Derner 2 0 2 Loebach .A... 0 0 1 Mergen 3 4 3 O'Brien ...2 2 2 Kirsch ... 0 4 1 T. Neitzel 0 0 1 ; Harms - 0 0 1 French _ _ 1 0 0 9 13 14 Presentation's B-teain chalked up an easy 32-20 win in the curtain-raiser. T. Neitzel led the winners with nine points, while Dirk Hanson-notched six for St. Cecelia's. Wilhelmi's 255 Wins Pin Honors Romey Wilhelmi was the top kegler at Hawkeye Lanes this week as he rolJed a 255 single line and 607 series Wednesday night. Women over 160 were Babe Baker 179, 173, 189, Heide Fer- Ruson 167, Loretta Ditsworth 165, Carol Godfredsen 19.1, ,t76,) t V f ir- ginia Donahue 107, 175. Martha Johnson 162, Kay Voigt 182, Maybelle Geilenfeld 163, Frances Gingrich 167, Lois Furst 160. 190. Men over 200 included Ernie Lavrenz 223, Adoloh Oakland 225, Ron Stephens 201, 209, John Dickmann 211. Art Priebe 209, Hai-ley Hutchinson 212, Clayt Pittman 211, Paul Engen 226. Frank Moulton 201, 205, Monto Scobba 205, Bill Navlor 246, Clarence Ludeke 225. John Anderson 204, Vern Shipler 200, Bill Batt 212, Harold Andreasen 201. Ken Sarchet 210, Whitey Voigt 201,- Louie Lvrik 207. Julie 'B&»s 224. Hank Geilenfeld 200, 204, Art Ashton 202, Elmer Peterson 208, Merl Hoover 200, John Intermill 201, Cliff Benschoter 225, Lewis Ferguson 212 Bill Johnson, 204. Ringsted Wins 2 At Lone Rock Ringsted downed Lone Rock 1wice on the Lone Rock court Tuesday night, the girls taking a 59-46 verdict in the opener, while the 'boys came through 77-49 in the finale. The home girls led 29-27 at halftime after trailing by ten points in the first period. Ringsted, with Andreason hitting from all angles, came back to take the win. Andreason totaled 36 points for the night, while Bierstedt got 28 for Lone Rock. Ringsted took an early lead in the boys game and added to it as the game progressed and won easily. Smith led the winners with 18 points while Ramus got 21 for Lone Rock. A baby will consume 515 pounds of food in its first year. Auto Dialers In Safety Drive . The "Back The 'Attack oh traffic Accidents" campaign proclaimed recently by Mayor Dr. Cameron C. Shierk will have the active support of Automobile dealers in Kossuth county, it was announced today.' William C. Dau, county director of the Iowa Automobile Dealers Association, said all dealers are being called upon to participate in the safety drive throughout this year. He said the state association and county units are cooperating with the Safety Education Division of the Iowa Department of Public Safety to arouse public support of the program. "We recognize that our' city officials must have the support of private citizens if this safety campaign is to be successful," Dau said. "We hope other local and county groups will join us." He said automobile dealers in the county will purchase and distribute traffic safety promotional material on the "Back the Attack" drive. The campaign is a statewide effort to interest individuals and 'organizations in taking an active part in traffic accident prevention. "It's our hope that this program 1 will develop into a general offensive against the causes of traffic accidents," William C. Dau said, and he is sure that all Kossulh County Automobile dealers are going td do their part. Ledyard Girl Weds Dec. 15 Audrey Lpucks, daughter of Mr and Mrs Virgil Loucks of Ledyard, became the bride of Donald Johnson, son of Mrs Elsie Johnson, at the Methodist Church in Ledyard on Saturday evening, Dec.'ISth. Rev. F. G. Samek performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs Kenneth Busch, cousin of the bride, was pianist, and Mr Canfield was soloist. Bridesmaids were Shirley Miller, cousin of the bride, Jeannette, Carlson, friend of the bride and Linda Pingel, cousin of the bride/ All-wore waltz length gowns of fantasy green irredescent taffeta, with tiny pleats in front and back. Each carried a cushion of Mums. Susan Busch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Melvin Busch, was flower girl and Jackie Pingel, son of Mr and Mrs Otto Pingel, was ring bearer. Best man was Roger Johnson, brother of the groom and groomsman was Maurice Pingel, cousin of the bride. Ushers were L'eo Busch and Harold Sheldahl. After the cei'emony a reception *w&s he\d in the church pavldrs "with the' women of the WSCS-^is hostesses. , . , Mrs Violet Miller cut the wedding cake, Mrs Bill Groen poured, and Gloria Pingel, Janet Myers, Rosalyn Groen" and Wilma McKinnon in charge of gifts. More than 125 attended the reception. Out of town guests were Mr and Mrs Lemuel Loucks and son of Abbotsford. Wis., Mrs Myrtle McGrevy and Thomas of Leland, Janice Carlson of Kanawha, Mi- Ray Sorenson of Ringsted, and quests from .JLiakota, Rwea City, Bancroft and Buffalo Center and Elmore, Blue Earth, Winnebago, Minn. After a short honeymoon the couple will reside at his mother's farm southwest of Elmore. Balmy Weather After 6 Below Balmy wreather continued lo favor this area, and as a result most of the latest snowfall has disappeared. Low reading during the past four days was a -6 Tuesday. However, the moderate daytime readings more than made up for that one low, with a high mark of 46 degrees Wednesday. Everyone enjoyed it, and due to prospects of future snow storms and cold weather, it's probably lucky they did. Dale Hi L Dec. 17 ___:. .31 1 Dec. 18 30 -6 Dec. 19 46 17 Dec. 20 40 15 It is likely cold weather will move back in the picture during the present week. f last Rites For Henry Montag , Funeral services for Henry A. Montag, 74, of West Bend were held at St. Peter and Paul's Catholic church on Thursday, Dec. 13, at 9:30 a.m. Officiating at the solemn requiem high mass was his son, the Rev. Bernard J. Montag, pastor of Sacred. Heart church in Ledyard. He was assisted by the Rev. Leo Schumacher of St. JoU as deacon, .and the Rev. Leo Harpeneau of Mallard as sub- deacon. The Rev. Walter Bruch, former assistant at West Bend and now at Templeton, was master of ceremonies, and the Rev. Edmond Adams, assistant at Bancroft, was thurifer. The Rev, Louis Greving, pastor of St. Peter and Paul's church of West Bend, preached the funeral sermon. Casket bearers were six nephews: Raymond Montag, Raphael Montag, Joseph Montag, Emmet Montag, Patrick Mohtag < and Marvin Montag. Henry Montag was born on Dec. 9, 1882, at Dickeyville, Wis., and died at his home in West Bend on Dec. 10. On Jan. 24, 1905, he married Luna M. Sloan in St. Peter and Paul's church at West Bend, with the late Father Dobberstein officiating. They observed their golden wedding anniversary in , Seventeen children were born in this family. Together with his wife, 16 of these survive ,Mr Montag. They are Mrs Feter Schmalen of West Bend, the Rev. Bernard Montag of Ledyard, Paul J.- Montag of Britt, Mrs Alfred Wirtz of West Bend, Mrs Clarence Bauer of Ottosen, Francia Montag of W?st Bend, Mrs Btmnie Alleh of Gihnore Ciiy, Mrs Charles Fabian at LaPuente, Cal., John O. Montag and George R. Mohtag of Curlew, Sister M. Thornasette of LaCrosse, Wis., Mrs Homer Bristow of LuVerne, Martin Montag of Riverhead, Long Island, N. Y., and Robert Montag of Milton-Freewater, Ore. Doan Girls Are Honored With Bridal Showers Doan — A bridal shower was held in honor of Patricia (Patty) Hansen on Saturday evening. December 15 in • the Methodist church basement at LuVerne. Patty was born here in tHe Doan neighborhood and lived here for several years. She has been attending Teacher's College at Cedar Falls and rrajored in music. She is to be married to Mr'Dale Brnynard of LuVerne next Sunday,' Dec. 23. The following-women from the Donn community attended the shower; Mrs Nola ALCONA SANTA'S Your Real 'Pardner' This Christmas STARTS CHRISTMAS DAY (Continuous from 1:00 P. M.) PLAYS THROUGH THURSDAY OF LAUGHS •EST- FUNNIEST EVERl J JW*-^/ Protocol by BJUUGREY-MOOIIEHEJID-PAUL JONES Omtta di Scutnplai by NORMAN TAUROG -SIDNEY SHELDON ' S®ffl®8 'Buckahin Beauty *ParJn«r»- •Me'N'Vou'N' th* Moon* 'The Wind, VISUVlSjOK 'PLUS «i««»i sior, c, MERVIN j. HOUSER . u»,«,,,»i, t, NICK CASTLE am t, SAMMY CAHN M JAMES VAN HEUSEN • j run.! i,ta, Cartoon in Color ... also "VisfuVision Visits Austria" Hoover, Mrs Fnlina Bnffinpton, Mrs Elna Bufflngton and Mrs Sadie Struthers, also Mrs Phyllis Hoover of Sexton, Mrs Pearl Mertz of Wesley, Mrs Fern Young and Diane Hoover of Alm>na, Mrs Mary Jppn Andrew? of Hurt and Mrs Ray Hanscn of Ti- toiika. A bridal shower was also held in honor of Marilyn Petersen of Titonka on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 15, in the Methodist, church Fellowship HaJl at Titonka. Mrs Monl Hoover of Doan, Mrs Phyllis Hoover of Sexton, and Mrs Fern Young and Diane Hoover of A1- gonu attended tin. 1 slnnvec. Marilyn Petersen and Gary Hoover of the Doan Community are to be married the first part of Jan The Doan M.Y.F. members had their meeting at the Doan church on Wednesday evening. December 19. After the meeting'' was over lluey all went Xinas caroling and then to the Fred Asa home when they had lunch. HURT Mrs Helen Stevens of Clear Tuesday, Dumber 5>§, 1$§6 Algeria (fa.) Uf»p«f DM Lake was hurt in a freak auto accident near there recently. Her car stalled on a hill. The emergency brake failed just as she wan re-entering- the car and she was tin'-iwn under the car when her clothing caught on the door. She received three broken ribs. $, Lofts Creek Lassies The December meeting of the: Lotts Creek 4-H club was held December' 17 at the Lotts Creek School. Roll call Was answered by 21 members. Programs for the coming year wore handed out. Recreation consisted of square dancing and a film shown by Bob Johnson. Lunch was served and K'f'3 were exchanged. The Algona Uppef DCS Moittes has the largest circulation in Kossuth county of any publication. BEGINS WEDNESDAY AT COAST-TO-COAST! FURNITURE EVENT! Coast - To - Coast Offers: lor Youi Old Furniture! « i Before We Take Our Inventory TRADE IN ANYTHING NOW FOR MORE ALLOWANCE .. .COME TO COAST-TO-COAST'S SECOND FLOOR OF FURNITURE . . . SELECT WHAT YOU NEED. GIVE US ACCURATE DESCRIPTION OF YOUR OLD. FURNITURE . ... We'll Allow You More For It! PRE- INVENTORY EVENT ON OUR FURNITURE FLOOR ! Ed Wolf, Own&r Algona. Iowa FOSTER'S OF THE I t Mi IB • DISCOUNT PRICES THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY ONLY HURRY! PRICES SLASHED ON: • LIVING ROOM SUITES • BEDROOM SUITES • DINING ROOM SUITES • CHAIRS • DINETTE SETS • LAMPS • PLUS MANY OTHER FURNISHINGS FOR THE HOME! Don't Wait! t

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free