The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1966 · Page 7
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Wesley's 1913 BB Club Algona (la.) Uppir DM MotnM-7 , No*. 1$, A well-known Algona man, John Schimmel, whose exploits raising and selling gladiolus have for some time drawn quite a bit of attention, but 50 years ago he was feared as a hurler for the Wesley town team. John furnished the photo above, snapped during that season - and while he wasn't able to tell us too much about the club's won-lost record, he does remember that Wesley beat Algona a few times that summer. And, do you know who Algona's pitcher was ? Tom Dailey, retired carpenter, who calls Algona his home. Members of the Wesley team include, front row, left to right, Bud Troy, second base; George Wolfe, shortstop; Al Connors, outfield; and George Lloyd, outfield. Standing, left to right, John Huff, third base; Mr. Schimmel, pitcher; George Vitz- them, first base; (blank) Connors, outfield; and Jake Ludewitz, catcher. Of the nine, several are known to be deceased. Mr. Schimmel, Mr. Vitzthum, who still lives at Wesley, and Mr. Huff, now of Britt, are the only ones known that are still alive. Mr. Wolfe died a short time ago. Earl & Sandy Give Baseball Talks While big Earl Battey, catcher, little Sandy Valdesplno, outfielder, and Jerry Snyder, publicity man for the Minnesota Twins didn't attract a large crowd to the high school auditorium during an appearance here last Wednesday night, the ones that were present got quite a kick out of the talks given by the three and a movie, "50 Years of Baseball Memories", that made up the program. Preceding the program at the school, three members each from the Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary clubs here, sponsors of the event, hosted the Twins representatives, Mayor Bill Finn, Keith Christie, Algona High baseball coach, Duane Kramer, Garrigan baseball coach, and three members of the press at a cocktail hour and dinner at Charlie's. Snyder was introduced by Mayor Bill Finn and in turn Introduced Valdespino and Battey for their short talks at the school. A question and answer period followed the talks. Battey'scool, confident delivery, interspersed with occasional punch lines dealing with his lengthy.career in baseball, proved to be the highlight of the night. The visit marked the second straight year Twins representatives have been featured here. (UDM Polaroid Fashfotos) REUNION Two sergeants during World War I met in Maquoketa recently for the first time since their discharge from active duty 47 years ago. Mr. Jack Sweeney of Chicago was driving through Maquoketa and was able to contact, Bill Rankin for a reunion. -' . '^ Jan. 13-Thompson, there. Jan. 17-Conference tourney. Jan. 24-Lincoln Central, there Jan. 27-Titonka, here. Jan. 31-Rake, there Feb. 3-Lakota, here Feb. 7-Ledyard, here. Homemakers Of Swea-Harrison Eagle To Meet There will be a combined meeting of the Eagle and the Swea - 'Harrison Home makers Clubs, Nov. 15 at the- home of Mrs. Charles Rock. Members are urged to bring gift and other Christmas ideas to put on display that day. It is hoped that each club will be well represented, -o- The Sam Links were at the Tom Prestons Sunday. Their Guild Group met at the home of Mrs. Fred C. Howling and Pauline last week. Treva Peterson and Mrs. Danny Peterson of Estherville were Sunday visile rs at the Mans Peterson home. Dale Peterson helped the Arthur Dahlkes move to a farm near Ceylon one day last week. They had been farming near Haifa. They are the parents of Mrs. Danny Peterson, Mrs. Clayton Angel and Mrs. Hans Peterson visited Treva Peterson and Mrs. Dan Peterson at Estherville on Friday evening of last week. Mrs. Robert Borgert, Joan, Carol and Barbara, of Omaha, Neb. spent Friday to Monday of last week at the home of her sister and family, the Wayne Thompsons. He is a Colonel and is at Offutt Air Base at Omaha. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs, Bergert are daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berggron. Mitch Taylor Winner Of A Television Set Mitch Taylor, owner of The Algona Flour & Feed Co. in Algona, has been named a national winner in Agrico Chemical Co.'s 1966 Dealer Sweepstakes Contest, according to R. L. Waring, Jr., - Group Vice President for Marketing for Agrico. The Humboldt management staff and district manager conveyed their congratulations when Mitch was presented with a portable TV set and service certificate, by Roger 0. Rohlck. Mitch stated everyone of his customers helped him achieve this award and that he wanted each to know his award winning service would continue through Algona Flour Feed Co. ENDS WEDNESDAY :,„, ! NOVEMBER 16 Open Pheasant Season Here Bean fields are harvested and most of Iowa's corn crop will be cribbed when hunters opened the pheasant and Hungarian partridge openings Nov. 12. Nationally, Iowa is rated as one of the top, if not the top, pheasant hunting spot. Due to the increased number of pheasants, the bag limit is three with a possession limit of six. Pheasant populations are reported to be heaviest in western, central northeastern, east central and south central sections. North central Iowa, for years considered as prime pheasant territory, does have several spots with good pheasant populations, biologists report, Early morning hunters should look for pheasants feeding in •picked corn fields for several hours after the 8 a. m. start, as well as the last few hours prior to the daily 4:30 p. m. closing. Mid-day hunting will be most productive in weed patches and sloughs where birds will be resting. Hunting on private land is a privilege, not a right. Sportsmen are urged by the Commission to ask for permission to hunt on private lands. Being courteous to farmers and respecting their property strengthens farmer- hunter relations and helps pave the way for future hunts, Mink populations equal to those of last year await Iowa trappers on the opening of the mink and muskrat seasons at noon Nov. 12, the State Conservation Commission said today, The entire state is open for this season which ends at midnight Dec, 31. Other fur bearers, raccoon, badger, skunk, opossum, beaver and civet cat, are also in good supply for their season opening at noon Nov. 12. The trapping season on these animals ends at midnight Feb. 23,1967. TOMATOES From seven hills of hybrid tomato plants Mrs, Adolph Han* sen, Ringsted, got over a bushel of tomatoes. There were many as large as two pounds each and the largest measured 13 by 13 1/2 inches around. GHS BOOSTERS The Garrigan Booster Club will hold a meeting next Monday, Nov. 14, at 8 p.m. at the school. Basketball demonstrations by Coach Steve McCall and members of his squad will be featured, along with movies of this year's football team. Lunch will be served. All club members and interested fans are invited to attend. Sentral Faces Rebuilding Job This Winter Sentral is in the rebuilding stage this season with four of last year's five starters graduated from a team held to three victories. Coach Bert Hanson says his club will be short and inexperienced for State Line Conference basketball battles. The schedule: Nov. 11-Lakota (girls), there Nov. 12-Spencer clinic (girls). Nov. 15-Burt, here Nov. 18-Ringsted, here. Nov. 19-Titonka, there. Nov. 2&-Armstrong, here. Dec, 2-Woden-Crystal Lake,here Dec. 6-Rlngsted, there. Dec. ^-Armstrong, there. Dec. 13-Ledyard, there Dec, 16-Lincoln Central, here. Dec, 27-29 - Pocahontas Tournament. Jan, 6-Burt, there. Jan. 10-Swea City, here. Winner^ of 8 Academy Awards including Best Picture. COMING SUNDAY NOVEMBER 20 ALGONA "AMONG THE GREAT MOVIES OF ALL TIME! -Life Magazine WALTER PIIAW-STim INU ffrkrnit thec/ospei to 9t Matthew ADMISSION: ADULTS-$1.25 - CHILDREN - 50c GROUP SALES: 25 or MORE ADULTS - $1.00 CHILDREN - 35c COACHES CORNER HEAR HEAD COACHES Steve McCall - Garrigan Basketball "Champ" Martin - Algona Wrestling "Howie" Stephenson - Algona Basketball SATURDAY - 11:05 ON 1600 on your dial 4 Portable ZENITH TV's ALL YOU NEED TO REGISTER IS A CORRECT DRIVER'S LICENSE . . . REGISTER AT GARAGE OR IN SERVICE STATION Register at station or garage for one of four Zenith portable television sets to be given away on December 24. Jf vou P urcnq » c ° r *°ke delivery of a new or used car between November 7 and December 24, you also win $100, if you are also one of portable T-V winners. OUR COFFEE POT IS ALWAYS ON! 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