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Contact Drills Key Kuemper and Carroll Grid Practices Fullmer Is Fotvored in or Bout WEST JORDAN. Utah (ii^ene Fullmer of West Jordan and Chi- Westphalia Tips Irwin, 1-0, for Tourney Crown un- MANNING—Hilbert Brooks furled a sparkling one-hitter as he ., hurled Westphalia to a 1-0 vic- co Vejar of Stamford, Conn., meet . , . . ,. i tory over Irwin in the champion- tonight in a 10-round nationally televised (ABC) figbt which each hopes might put him in line for a title shot. Fullmer, the pressing, windmill type mauler who won the 160- pound title from Sugar Ray Robinson last January only to lose it ship game of the Softball tournament here Tuesday night. The lone hit off Brooks was a Texas League type single by Barrett in the fifth inning. Westphalia garnered five safeties and committed a pair of mis a return-bout knockout four I cues in the field as they shaded in months later, was favored 3-1. The No. l challenger hoped an impressive win would get him another title shot at the winner of the Robinson-Carmen Basilio fight later this month. Mejar, an active campaigner always popular on TV, hoped a victory over the Utah strong boy would catapult him into .the top 10 of the class—maybe iritd a title shot. The fight was scheduled for 9 p.m. EST. Part of the card's drawing power was attributed to the prelim* inaries, which feature Gene Fullmer's two younger brothers -r -20- year-old .Jay, a welter (5-0) in an 8-round bout, and Don, 18, a Im­ pounder, in his second professional fight, the hard-hitting Irwin aggregation. Manning Creamery was edged by Atlantic. 7-6, in an error-marred consolation game. Both clubs were guilty of seven ewors each in the field. The winners outhit the local team, 8-3, but did not succeed in bunching their preponderance ~of hits. Tournament officials reported attendance was good for all sessions of the tourney. DIES IN AUTO AMES OB-Grady J. Taylor, 6§, died of a heart attack Tuesday while driving his car on Highway 30 in Ames. Authorities said he apparently drove into a vacant lot as the attack came. His wife, riding withjiim, was not hurt. Business & Professional Directory W. L. WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll Stmt Office 9782 Hem* 9S87 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Dial 9774 Complete Visual Car* Dr. O. M. O'Connor, Optometrist Vision Specialist — Dial 3318 Office Botwoon Duffy's Bootery and Ellarbroelc's Closed Saturday Aftsrnoon During School Year Dr. John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST Vision Specialist Office Over Woo I worth Store Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dial 9709 Knights to Shift Drill To Defenses Offensive scrimmages highlighted the Kuemper football workout here Tuesday as the Knights buckled down to hard work after a holiday weekend layoff. Coach Steve Garbier drove the Knights through a rugged series of ground plays as he, sought to sharpen the offensive timing. Spice was added to the fare by the hard tackling defensive unit under the tutelage of assistant coach Lou Galetich. , Defensive Drills With the opening encounter at Des Moines Dowling now a week and a half away, Coach Garbier scheduled defensive drills for Wednesday and Thursday. The Knights will continue to spend, a portion of their practice time on offensive scrimmages . on both days. "We've got a tough game ahead and a lot of work to do before we get there," Coach Garbier said. The Knights this- year appear bigger and more rugged than at any time heretofore and they also are at least two deep in every position. That means there is actually no first or second team at the moment, the coaches emphasized. Top Candidates Top varsity candidates by position include: ENDS — Larry Brown, Joe Boyer, Jim Short and Kenny Sanders. TACKLES - Larry Bock, Harold "Tiny" Irlbeck, "Butch" Buddin and William Heinrichs. GUARDS -> Dave Tigges, Bob Tigges, Tom Colllson. Francis Conley, Don Wiederhold and Roger Kanne. CENTER - Dick Wiederhold. Tom Schleisman and George Hannasch. QUARTERBACK - Bob Rettenmaier, Mike Wittrock and Ron Muhlbauer. FULLBACK - Jerry Collison and Dale Wenck. HALFBACKS - Ray Eischeid. i Bobby Heller, Gene Muhlbauer | and Chuck Heider. Spahn Hurls Shut-Out As Braves Roll Ahead Complete Visual Care Dr. Rex W. Hinson OPTOMETRIST 102 W. 5th St. — Dial 9687 Closed Saturday Afternoon During School Vacation CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Dial 3402 — Koepke Building Ralph M. Crone ATTORNfY.AT.CAW N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Al Boss Specializing in Livestock Farm Auctions Dial 2363 — Carroll Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office - Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 Meyers & Ton Creti ATTORN BYS-AT-L AW Practice In ail courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Cyclones Expect To Play Defense I AMES (iP— Iowa State, expected : to spend much of its time on defense this fall, held a defensive scrimmage Tuesday. Afterward new Coach Jim Myers said he thought the team looked exceptionally good for this early in the season. . , "We are going to be playing a lot of defense this fall," he said, "so this early improvement is almost a necessity." Myers also had praise for the blocking back potential of Phil Hill, who lettered as a T-formation quarterback last year. The Cyclones Tuesday were given shots to prevent Asian flu. Urban J. Jonning New York Life Insurance Co. Life, Annuities, Accident, Sickness, Hospital A Group CARROLL, IOWA Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Perm Records V. Stuart Perry - Dial 9883 ROBERT S. MORROW & CO. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Audits, Systems and Tax Accounting 100 West Plfth Street — Carroll, Iowa Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D, 117 East Sixth Street — Carroll, lowe General Practice — Obstetrics Practures — X-Raye PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 By ED WTLKS The Associated Press Wonderful Warren Spahn, now the National League's all-time southpaw shutout king, has the edge for the Pitcher of the Year award today while right-hander Jack Sanford, Philadelphia's latecomer, likely will have to be satisfied with the league's rookie citation. Spahn, the 36-year-old master of Milwaukee's first-place Braves, moved ahead of Sanford and left­ hander Billy Pierce of the Chicago White Sox and gained his 41st career shutout Tuesday in an 8-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs. It was Spahn's 18th victory, matching Pierce for the majof league lead, and kept the easy- running Braves 8*4 games ahead of the second-place St. Louis Cardinals who clobbered Cincinnati, 14-4. Sanford, a 28-year-old rookie, missed a big bid to keep pace in victories when he was lifted for an eighth-inning pinchhitter as the Phils took a 12-inning, 3-2 victory over Brooklyn. Pale Rose Chilled In the American League, New York's "struggling" Yankees regained a S'i-game lead with a 2-0 victory at Baltimore while Detroit chilled the second-place White Sox 3-2 in 12 innings. Those were the only AL games scheduled. The New York Giants defeated Pittsburh 6-5 in 12 in the other NL game. Spahn got past the pesty seventh-place- Cubs with a six-hitter, striking out five and walking only one. Southpaw Dick Littlefield matched Spahn's whitewash job for six frames, then dropped his third in a five-run seventh with three of the scores unearned. Hank Aaron then made it a romp with his 39th. homer, good for three runs, in the eight. Career Record The NL record for career shutouts was set at 90 by Grover Cleveland Alexander. Sanford was tagged for both Brooklyn runs and the three meager hits the Dodgers managed, two by Gil Hodges. Dick Farrell and Bob Miller, who pitched the 12th, no-hit the Brooks over the last five with Farrell winning his seventh. The Phils had only three hits for eight, but Harry Anderson then junked Don Drysdale's bid for a second consecutive shutout with a' two-run, two-out homer in the ninth that tied it. Ex-Dodger Chico Fernandez tripled and Willie Jones, batting for Farrell, hit a long fly for the clincher, Brooklyn Boner It was a base-running boner that saved it for the Phils as Charlie Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, Sept. 4, 1957 who doubled home three runs, was tagged for solo home runs by Pete Whisenant and Smoky Burgess, but hung on with a 10-hitter. Bill Skowron's bat won for the Yankees. He had two of their three hits, one his 17th home run, over the first seven against loser Billy O'Dell, then added an RBI single in the ninth off Billy Loes. Tom Sturdivant won his 13th, but needed ninth-Inning relief ;from Sal Maglie, who retired the side in his Yankee debut. Loses Point Mickey Mantle was 0-tor-4, losing three points for a .370 average in his bat race with Ted Williams. The Boston thumper, hitting .378, will miss the two-game series opener at Yankee Stadium tonight because of a virus infection. Al Kaline thumped the White Sox, swatting his 21st home run to lead off the 11th. He also singled home a run in the first off Bob (No-Hit) Keegan. Gerry Staley lost in relief for a 5-1 record. Billy Hoeft won his seventh with an eight-hitter, giving up homers to Larry Doby and Walt Dropo. Tigers Lock Squad Depth This Season The haunting memory of preseason injuries crops up again as observers scan the thin line of Carroll High gridders who will try to improve upon last year's second place finish in the tough Midwest Conference race. The Tigers finished strong a year ago and knocked off champion Jefferson in the final game of the season. Nine leftermen are back from that aggregation for this year's campaign. Coach Arnold "Bud" Paulsen has a nucleus of four regulars from the 1956 squad and the success of this year's grid campaign will hinge on the ability of newcomers to fill the gaps. Key to Hopes Dennis Snyder, a hard running 185-pound halfback, is the key to Tiger football hopes. Snyder will be the workhorse on ground plays and his success on short gainers is expected to pull the defense tighter and thus open the gate for a pay-off aerial offensive. Key receiver on passes is likely to be little Waldo Noland, a 140- pound regular end last year. No land is fast and a good pass receiver. Another regular.a year ago will Home runs by Willie Mays, Dan-; v_ „_ fl _- Hnn :„ _ j if f-, Q „ f „„ ci ny O'Connell and Valmy Thomas j JjWSJS,.,' JUT^l brought the Giants a 5-all tie. then Ray Jablonski lofted a sacrifice fly after two walks and an error had loaded the bases. « TODAY'S BASEBALL By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L.. Pet. G.B 84 49 78 54 70 61 67 66 64 65 50 50 67 68 81 82 .632 .591 5ty .534 18 .504 17 .489 19 .489 19 .382 33 379 33tt New York Chicago — Boston Detroit Baltimore _ Cleveland .._ Washington Kansas City Wednesday Schedule Washington at Baltimore <N) Boston at New York <N) Only games scheduled Tuesday Results New York 2, Baltimore 0 Detroit 3, Chicago 2 til innings) Only games scheduled Thursday Schedule Washington at Baltimore Boston at New York tion. He is Gerald Wooten who saw service in the line last year but has been switched to fullback this season. Wooten is fast and a good blocker. The other regular returning to Tiger ranks is guard Norman Wenck. He is a sturdy 175-pounder and a very good blocker. Lack Depth "It's the same old story. If we. don't get hit by injuries to key DETROIT ttf! — Al Lopez, who i men. we can field a good team, should be accustomed by now to i Bl 't if the injury jinx hits us again, finishing second to the New York i *e will have to do a lot of shuf Lopez Contends White Sox Still Have Flag Hopes Infection Keeps Williams Out of. New York Series BOSTON MV-Ted Williams was bedded with a respiratory infection at home today as the Red Sox flew to New York for a two-game series with the Yankees. Dr. Ralph McCarthy, Red Sox physician, said Tuesday night Williams still was running a slight temperature and "I'm not going to allow him to go to New York." Williams, who celebrated his 39th birthday last Friday, was forced out of the starting lineup' the next night in Baltimore. He leads New York's Mickey Mantle by six points—.376 to .370—in their battle for the American League batting title. Dedham to Play Two More Games The Dedham softball team, finalists in this year's state softball tournament at Boone, will complete this year's schedule with a pair of games this weekend. Friday night Dedham will meet Lanesboro on the Dedham field. Sunday night Dedham will play 'Roselle at Roselle. Thus far this year,, Dedham holds three victories and no losses against each of these teams. Dedham's season's record is 18 wins and 7 losses. Herb Score May Return This Month CLEVELAND OR - Southpaw Herb Score says he will pitch again "as soon as I think my depth perception is good enough— this month, I hope." It will be four months on Saturday since the Cleveland Indians' star was felled by a liner off the bat of Gil McDougald in a night game here with the New York Yankees. The ball hit him flush in the right eye and caused ihe retina to swell. "I feel alright, and I can see pretty well," Score said Tuesday night. "In fact, I can see <t lot better than I could a few months ago. "But when I am on the mound I have trouble picking up the ball as soon as it leaves the bat. Sometimes I reach for it, and it isn't there." Score returned to workouts July 19 after a month at his Lake Worth, Fla. home. About the time he returned his doctor said he hoped the fireballing lefthander would be ready to pitch again in "four to six weeks." On the basis of more than six weeks of workouts, Score says: " "I'd simply rather not pitch until I have more confidence in my judgment." Yankees, stubbornly main tains that his Chicago White Sox still can catch the league leaders — "with a little luck." fling of players because we haven't got depth," Coach Paulsen said. Contact work has been scheduled by the Tiger grid boss for Lopez finished second to the i both Wednesday and Thursday and Yankees five times in his six a scrimmage is planned on Friday. JDimcco UUJCO III Ilia S1A mi • , " , .. . , ' — years as manager of the Cleve-j The . contact P«?«l«>8 the; timing . land Indians, and barring a mira-! scrimmage mil be primarily on cle of sorts, he will do it again offensive drills in an attempt Hawks Schedule First Scrimmage IOWA CITY (fll - The Iowa Hawkeyes, shying away from contact work in the first days of fall football practice, will scrimmage Saturday. Both sessions Tuesday were devoted to fundamentals. Linemen worked on blocking and backs on in his first year at the White Sox snar P en Umlng helm. Not Dead We're not dead yet," he said i Tuesday after his club lost an- j Burns, Richard Larsen and Jim other game to the Detroit Tigers.! Prince; "We're only five games behind in j TACKLES — Don K u n e c k e, the loss column and we have 22 i Mike Tan Creti. Kent McMahon games to play. So we're still in I there." t0 - Passing and punting also came in for attention. Randy Duncan Top Candidates | and Gene Veit dld m0st of the The top candidates by position passing and the receiving was include- 1 done DV ends Gibbons, Bob ENDS -Waldo Noland, Rob! . pre . 8C< » tt . and . Don Norton and fuU back John Nocera. The White Sox dropped two out of three to the Tigers and remained 5^ games behind the Yankees. The Sox carried a 2-1 lead into the bottom of the ninth Breda Bobcats in Semi-Final Berth x , . . . ... , . . . i inning Tuesday before pinch hit- Neal missed third and was tagged tw Ray Boone batted in the {[ «»» after apparently scoring on j run ^th a single. Al Kaline horn- out his RBI double in the seventh that made it 2-0. The Cardinals rapped loser Joe Nuxhall and five relievers for 16 hits. They scored eight, two on Del Ennis' 18th homer, in the first two frames. Wilmer Mizell, Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCO!, M.D. Surgery ami DIsemt of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding J. V. SULLIVAN, M.D. Disease* and Surgery of the lye Oleeeee Pitted A. MAS ANNIBIRG, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Diseases of lye, far, Net* and Threat OIVUM Pitted WALTER A. ANNEBBRG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNIBBRG, M.D. Surgery end Disease* of Kidney, Bladder, Prostate end Rectum J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery end Diseases of Bones and Joints Including Practures JAMiS M. TIIRNIY, M.D, — Internal Medicine DIAL 3557 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Milwaukee 82 49 .626 — St. Louis . 74 58 .561 8tt Brooklyn 73 60 .549 ft) Philadelphia _ 69 64 .519 14 Cincinnati ... 67 65 ,508 15V. New York 66 70 .485 18 Chicago 49 80 .360 32 Pittsburgh 49 83 .371 334 Returns to New York City (Timet Herald Newt Service) LAKE VIEW - Robert Armstrong left Saturday for New York City where he is an instructor in piano music in the Julliard School of Music. He had visited his mother. Mrs. C. P. Armstrong, for two months. Aria Elson of Cushing, Okla., was an overnight guest in the Tom Chambers home Tuesday. Miss Elson is a former vocal instructor in the Lake View School. Elaine Lille and two friends, Mrs. Julia Madson and Kathryn Meyer, all of Chicago, were overnight guests Saturday night in the ered to win it in the 11th. 3-2 Need Streak "We had a nine-game winning streak going once, you know," Lopez reminded. "All we need right now is another streak — and some help from those clubs who are going to be playing the Yankees. I still think we could do it, and the players haven't quit hustling — not for one minute." and Jack Hays; GUARDS — Norman Wen ck, Larry Crouse, Paul Fricke and Don Eastlund; CENTER — Virgil Hoehne and i St. Bernard's High battled theij Alec Gillett; ' | way to a semi-final berth in the QUARTERBACK — Marvin) Diocesan Sectional baseball tourn- Snook and Roger Kaspersen; | ament with an 8-4 triumph over LEFT HALF — Dennis Snyder; Templeton (Sacred *Heart) Tues- William Wincell Home from Hospital (Timet Herald Newt Servtee) WALL LAKE - William Wincell returned home Friday from the Immanuel hospital in Omaha where he had been a patient for three weeks. Merlin Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jurgen Peterson, who is home on furlough, called in the Magnus Tadsen home Monday evening. He arrived home Aug. 24 after finishing his boot training at the Great Lakes. At the end of C. C. Lille home. Elaine is a j his leave, he will go to San Fran Wednesday Schedule Cincinnati at Chicago (2) Brooklyn at Philadelphia (N) New York at Pittsburgh <N) Milwaukee at St. Louis <N> Tuesday Results Milwaukee 8. Chicago 0 St. Louis 14, Cincinnati 4 New York 6, Pittsburgh S innings) Philadelphia S, Brooklyn innings) Thursday Schedule Cincinnati at Chicago New York at Pittsburgh (N) Brooklyn at Philadelphia (N) Milwaukee at St. Louis (N) (12 2 (12 M i c hi g a n's first ; automobile manufacturing company was started in Lansing in 1897. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Pecking Ph. Day 2540 Ph, Night 2611 Carroll, low* a) v John Vonderheiden - iL Moving A Bent* for , Noryi Amtritin van Un«i, Inc. daughter of the Lilies. The three left Monday morning for a vacation trip to California. Marx and Dick Meyer of Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Mine Meyers and Linda Meister, were dinner guests Sunday in the Norbert Meister home near Breda. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gertz and family of Vail were additional guests. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zimmer attended the Kay family reunion at the Joseph Kay home in Cylinder Sunday. The gathering honored Richard Kay and his family of Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Young and daughter. Betty, of Newton came Sunday and spent the weekend in Mrs. Betty Peters home, the Al Young and John Irwin homes. Mrs. Charles Warswick accompanied her sister, Miss Helen Goodenow of Iowa City, on a vacation trip to Indiana, northern Michigan and Wisconsin. They returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tjaden took Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Westering of Wall Lake to the clinic at Rochester, where Mr. Westering went for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbard and family of Waterloo were Friday and Saturday visitors In the Sherman Thorpe home. ELKS DINNER 7:00 P. M. THURSDAY Hr Bike Only cisco, Calif. Mr. and Mrs; Donald Vogel and daughter of Parker. S. D., spent the weekend in the Cliff Hoft and Paul Vogel homes. Mr. and Mrs. Don Rees of Summerfield, Kansas, called in the Frank Terlisner home Monday. Mrs. Stella Flink and son, Bobby, and Eddie Olerlch of Lake View, Cliff Reffert of Auburn and Mrs. Laura Wright attended the rodeo at Dayton Sunday and the stock car races at Fort Dodge Sunday evening and Russell Taylor; RIGHT HALF - Rich sen and Dave McCoy; FULLBACK — Gerald and John Walgenbach. Kasper- Wooten LUTHER LEAGUE MEETS (Timet Herald Newt Service> GLIDDEN - St. John's Luther League held a meeting Thursday night with 17 members and one guest present. It was decided to have a hay- ride and wiener roast on September 29 and committees were chosen. A few of the parents will be on hand to sponsor the hayride. After the meeting, refreshments were served by Lanice Topp and Donna Rabb. The next meeting will be September 26. Darlene Berns and Denis Best are on the committee. DCCW Board to Meet Sept. 8; Plan Convention The board of directors of the Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women will meet Sunday, September 8, at Carroll to complete plans for the coming diocesan convention. Business is scheduled at 2 p.m. in the parish hall of SS. Peter and Paul Church, to be followed at 6:30 p.m. by a smorgasbord dinner at the Brown Derby restaurant. The Very Rev. Msgr. Edward V. Vollmer, moderator of the Diocesan council, will be one of the speakers on convention matters. Will Preside Mrs. Mervin Feddersen of Sioux City, diocesan president, will preside. Mrs. Gerald West of Sioux City, newly-appointed chairman of the diocesan-wide census which the DCCW will take this autumn, will attend. To be featured at the October 22 convention of the Diocesan Council is Mrs. Joseph Kennedy of Boston, wife of the former United BREDA - The Bobcats from j states Ambassador to Great Brit° u '~ u W "" , " J ""'"'tin and mother of Sen. John F. Kennedy and Robert Kennedy, prominent Washington attorney. Most Rev. Joseph M. Mueller, Bishop of the Diocese of Sioux City, will sing the convention pontifical high mass and will speak on the afternoon's program. Workshops Scheduled. Workshops, to consider the six diocesan efforts of the council, also are scheduled, with speakers of authority in the respective fields of spiritual development. Catholic charities, confraternity of. Christian doctrine, organization and development and public relations to appear. Mrs. Leo Brinkman, chairman, and Mrs. Silvina Venteicher, vice- chairman, both of Carroll, head the convention committees. day. The semi-finals will get underway on Sunday and the probable site is Fonda, Coach Kenneth King said Wednesday. The site and the opponent will be announced later this week, he indicated. Templeton had advanced in first round play in the tourney with a victory over Early (Sacred Heart) last Sunday afternoon. BOY HURT BY SWING Tommy Witt, five-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Witt of Westside, formerly of Carroll, suffered a gash in his head when he was hit by a swing at the Ar-We-Va school Tuesday afternoon. Tommy, a kindergartner, was brought to Carroll for medical attention and then returned home. Nine stitches were taken to close the wound. Haney Concedes Braves Will Not Flub Pennant By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK un - The Milwaukee Braves are in. They're not going to flub it again. Red faced Fred Haney. the manager, turns pale at the mere mention of pennant. He knocks on wood, tugs at the top ok each ear, spits over his left shoulder and mutters half angrily: "I don't know anything about any pennant. The only thing I'm saying now is we're playing them one game at a time and we'll see what happens. This is the funniest league I've ever seen. I keep cau- .tioning my players against over Mrs. Roy Werkmeister and Lin- confidence. To with the stand da of Odebolt and Mrs. George ings. I tell them Just to; Werkmeister spent-* Saturday Sioux City. in SCHOOL OF INSTRUCTION (Timet Herald Newt Service) WESTSIDE -Mrs, Pete Voege, Crawford County Legion Auxiliary president, held her county school of Instruction in the clubrooms Tuesday afternoon. Those attending were Mrs. Ada Rubeck and Mrs. Hattie Stender, Denison; Mrs. Dorothea Ham and Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen, Manilla; Mrs. Russell Brasel and Mrs. Flora Jackson, Dow City; Mrs. Alma Wiese and Mrs. Gail Hollander, Schleswig; Mrs, Delberf Scott and Mrs. Duane Megger*, Westside; Mrs. Dwlght Lindquist and Mrs. Leslie Larson, Klron. Charter Oak, Vail and Deloit were absent from the "school Mrs. Voege presided at the' meeting and the school. Refreshments were served By the Past Presidents Parley with,Mrs. OttoMassman and Mrs. Harry Scfcroeder in charge- go out and play today's game." Fever High Despite Haney's conservative talk, the pennant fever in Milwaukee is at an all time high. The players themselves act like a team with the pennant in their teeth. It is this air of confidence, more so than the victories themselves, that is causing many Mil- waukeeans to consider the pennant race as all over but the-eel- obrating. Certainly it's still possible for the Braves to lose. But it's highly, unlikely that they will and Haney knows it. (Advertisement) BIRTH ANNOUNCIMINT The birth of a new oar, the Sdeel, it announced by Ford Motor Corhpeny or Pearboru, Michigan. Vou are cordiei' ly invited to 4 «e this npweit Addition to the Ford Femlly of l^ne Cars et your rware»t Edeel dealer. "This is not 1956," he declared. Different Attitude "Essentially it is the same club that lost to Brooklyn last year but in many ways it is a far different club. For one thing, the attitude is different. It is more determined, more polished, more mature and it has worked much harder. Losing last year taught them a great deal. A team can't go through what those fellows went through last year without learning. "Last year there wasn't a more disgusted group of players than the ones who flew back to Milwaukee after we blew the pennant in St. Louis. No one dreamed that there would be any people meeting us at the airport. "Not only were there 20,000 at the airport but instead of booing us for losing, they put their arms around us and hugged us. You just can't experience something like that and not be moved. That demonstration undoubtedly made the team more determined this year." Mrs. S. J. Ryan Ends a Visit in Walt Lake Homes (Time* Herald Newt Service) WALL LAKE - Mrs. S. J. Ryan has returned to her home in San Francisco, Calif., after spending a few weeks in the August Frerlchs and Mrs. Mary Wicker homes and with other relatives and friends. Ferd and Miss Emma Gosch of Sioux City spent the weekend in the William Wincell home. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ballard of Wellsburg who were returning from a trip to Rogers, Ark., arrived Saturday afternoon to visit in the L. G. Ballard home until Sunday forenoon. From here they went to Rembrandt and were dinner guests in the Irvin Long home, returning to Wellsburg Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Anton Bedel has returned from a two weeks' visit in the Dr. Harold Kestel home at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Ballard and Dick Quinlin of Breda went to Ormsby, Minn., Wednesday morning and visited in the Tilmer Nau home until Friday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Tjaden o! Lake View and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Westering were in Rochester, Minn., from Wednesday to Saturday night. Mrs. Anna Tjaden accompanied them as far as Blue Earth, Minn., where she visited in the Stanley Brotherton home. Dance! Dance! Dance! EDDIE SHEETS & His Orch. Thursday, September 5 Admission* 7Jk Per Person (Tax Included) LEGION BALLROOM ARCADIA, IOWA •' " Sift i \ , /' tl'£ ,„r • A n«t^i^;, 'i

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