Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 25, 1959 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, September 25, 1959
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I Game Starts at 8:30 Saturday- Injured Kuemper to Host Manning The Kuemper Knights will open their home season here Saturday night when they moot the Manning Bulldogs in an 8.30 p.m. engagement. The already thin Knights have five starters on the injured list. For Safety's Sake, SlNCLAIR-fo? your car every 1,000 Miles We Give Gold Bond Stamps MARVIN'S SINCLAIR SERVICE 1 Blk. East of Burke Motor Inn Open Evenings Till 10 p. m. DIAL 9122 "Generally speaking, we are In poor shape physically," stated Coach Frank Sovich. "Injuries suffered in the Dowling game and in limited contact this week have necessitated several changes in the lineup," he said. Dale Wenck, the hard working fullback, has seen no contact this week. Wenck was injured in the Dowling contest. The team physician will rule tomorrow as to Wenck's limited availability. Tentative Starter Tom Champion likewise has been withheld from scrimmage. He is listed, however, as a tentative starter. Steve Macke has been switched to tailback providing an ankle injury suffered this week is healed. The Dolezal brothers, Fred and Tom, are also on the doubtful list. Fred is still hobbling from a severe sprained ankle suffered in the Webster City game. Tom did not suit up for the Dowling game because of a knee injury. If Fred Dolezal is unable to play, Paul Collison will move from the right guard spot to right half. Macke will switch to left half. Everett Buddin will break into the lineup at right guard if Collison goes to the backfield. More Changes Tom Schleisman, who has done yeoman's work at center will move to right halfback. Denny Schechin- Timei Herald. Carroll, la. Friday, Sept. 25, 1959 ger will get nod at center. Schech- inger has not seen action this year. If Champion is unable to play, a 205 pound sophomore, Art Irlbeck, will probably start. Kuemper dropped their first two games of the year. Webster City dropped the Knights 39-6 and Dowling notched a 20-0 verdict last week. Coach Dale Johnson Indicated the Bulldogs will be ready for Kuemper. Left Guard Alan Kusel has been out of contact this week but is expected to be ready Saturday. Bennett Keys Foe The Bulldogs will operate under the direction of quarterback Tom Bennett. Bennett is the Manning passer and has had considerable success. Paul Spieker, a 145 pound junior, is the speedster and ran 50 yards in the Manning victory over Guthrie Center last week. Randal Jansen will be at right half with hard-running Dave Sextro at fullback. . The Manning line will be anchored at tackle by Ron Timmerman and Gordel Lamp. Marvin Vennick and Ron Schroeder will be at end. Steve Mock will start at center and Pat Kasperbauer ,and Kusel at guard. The Bulldogs lost their first game of the season 18-6 to Carroll High. Probable starting lineup: MANNING LE Ron Schroeder, 10, 155 LT Ron Timmerman, 12, 170 LG Alan Kusel, 11. 165 C Steve Mock, It. 162 RG Pat Kasperbauer, 11, 175 ' RT Gordel Lamp, 11, 212 « RE Marvin Vennick, 12. 177 QB Tom Bennett, 11, 162 LH Paul Spieker, 11, 145 RH Randal Jansen, 12, 170 FB Dave Sextro. 12, 190 Average Line 173 Average Back 167 Average Team 171 ( KUEMPER LB Jim Goetzlnger. 11. 167 LT Larry Brown. 12, 180 I.G Jack Schleisman, 11, 165 C Denny Schechinger, 11, 152 RG Everett Buddin, 12. 175 RT Tom Champion. 11. 205 RE Vera Henkenius, 11. 151 QB Jerry Gehling, 11, 145 LH Steve Macket 11, 152 RH Paul Collison. 11, 140 FB Tom Schleisman, 12, 175 Average Lne, 171 Average Back, 153 Average Team, 165 A Good Thought for Today: If you want to live to be 90, don't look for it on the speedometer. A Good Thought For Moving Day: Make your next move our move. . . we'll get the goods there quickly and safely. Crouse Cartage Co. Carroll Phone 3521 Dodgers Play in Jinx Park- Braves Host Phillies no. 1 specialist in packing and moving ntUED UKLM Cevrteeu* Convenient Carrie* By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer It's Don Drysdale, working in a jinx park, for Los Angeles and Lew Burdette, facing a club he hasn't been able to beat since May, for Milwaukee as the National League pennant race barrels into the final weekend looking like it'll never end. Drysdale faces the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field today for ; the Dodgers, deadlocked with Milwaukee for first place with three to play. The Braves, playing a night game, will have either a psychological lift or a grim reminder — depending on the Dodger result on the scoreboard — when they go against last place Philadelphia at Milwaukee. Possible Playoff The race could end in a tie between the Braves and the Dodgers. They then would meet in a best-of-three playoff, opening at Milwaukee Monday, to settle which one will meet Chicago's American League champion White Sox in the World Series. The San Francisco Giants could make it a three-way tie for first. Going into their final three games at St. Louis tonight, the Giants are hobbling with a five-game losing string, their longest of the season. To gain a tie, the Giants will have to sweep the Cardinals and pray the Dodgers and Braves each lose twice. Chicago's Cubs, who crashed the Giants' hopes with a two- game sweep, could be just as chilling for the Dodgers. Only the Cubs (10-9) and Cincinnati (13-9 4 have an edge over Los Angeles for the season. Dodger Starter Drysdale 117-13) has only a 2-3 season record against the fifth place Cubs. And he's managed to win just one of five decisions at Wrigley Field in his four-year career. The Cubs will start Glen Hobbie (16-13), their biggest winner since Bob Rush won 17 in 1952. The young right-hander is 0-2 against the Dodgers. PUBLIC AUCTION 1 have decided to quit farming, and will hold a complete closing out sale, on my farm, located 1 mile west, 3 miles south of Breda; six miles west, four miles north of Carroll, on TUESDAY, SEPT. 29 FREE COFFEE SALE TO START AT 12:30 P.M. LUNCH WAGON ON GROUND Farm Machinery Oliver 88 Diesel '53—Wide front end for Oliver 88; Oliver 55 Diesel '55; Ford 1952; I.H.C. Tandem Wheel Disc. 13 ft., new in 1955; 4 Section Noble Lever flexible Harrow, 22-ft.; Noble Harrow transport on rubber; I.H.C. 3 bottom 14-in. plow on rubber, with hydraulic lift, '56; Minn.-Moline; 4 row mounted corn planter, with mounting brackets for M-M Oliver 55, or I.H.C. H or M.; Oliver 4 row cultivator, will fit either 88 or Super 88; Oliver No. 4 mounted 2 row corn picker; I.H.C. Endgate Seeder with grass seed attachment; Case A-6 Combine with motor and pickup attachment; I.H.C. Windrower, 8 ft.; New Holland 5 bar side rake; I.H.C. 50-T Hay Baler, with motor; I.H.C. 27-V Mower, 7 ft.; Gehl field cutter, with corn and hay head; New Idea No. 12 tractor manure spreader; Gehl Hammer Mill, with feed elevator and wagon auger; Tractor post hole digger; Tumble bug tractor scraper, 4-ft.; Tractor wood saw mounted; Trailer weed sprayer, 120-gal. tank, 6 row boom PTO; Snow plow V type will fit most loaders; 2 wagons on rubber, with Heider 6x10 ft. boxes; 2 Midwest Hoists; 2—14-in. Mounted Plows; 2-Row Mounted Cultivator; Shawnee Back Blade (New); Tractor Boom; The above mentioned five pieces of machinery will fit Ford or any 3 point hitch. Ford Heavy Duty Loader with front end hydraulic pump, will fit any model Ford including the late model; set of 12 x 38 tractor chains; Portable air compressor, with removable tank; Battery charger, will charge either 6 or 12 volt; Electric Fencer; Black and Decker Electric Drill, Vi-in; Set of gathering chains for Case snapper, never been used; Heavy Stock Saddle; Fairbanks platform scale, 600-lbs.; De Laval Milker, 2 unit; Wilson Cooler, 8 can size; De Laval Electric Cream Separator. Model 618; Electric water heater; can rack; Duo-Therm oil burner; REA Electric chick brooder; 2—16-ft. hay feeders; 2 steel hog feeders; 85-gal. Pax hog fountain; Columbia 500 bu. steel bin; several feed bunks; 2—110-gal. gas and fuel barrels with hoses and nozzle; grab fork, potato digger; 2 flat beds 8x14 ft.; I.H.C. Pick-up truck, 1952 model, 8-ft. box, motor overhauled and new snow tires; Fiasco fold down stock rack for I.H.C. Pick-Up; 1—16-ft. Landroller. Dairy Cattle 3 Holstein cows now milking, 6 years old 4 Holstein cows now milking, 5 years old 3 Guernsey cows now milking, 5 years old 4 Holstein 1st calf Heifers, now milking 1 Milking Shorthorn, 1st calf Heifer, now milking 9 Holstein cows, due to freshen, 5 to 7 years old 1 Shorthorn Heifer, 1 year old 3 Heifers, 2 years old 1 Heifer 2 year old, fresh by date of sale 2 Steers; 4 Calves These cows are all T.B. and Bangs tested, within the last 30 days. 1300 BALES OF RED CLOVER HAY PALAMINO PONY, 8 YEARS OLD 500 BU. CHEROKEE OATS TERMS: Cash or any arrangements made with Clerk. No property to be removed until settled for. A. F. WILBERDING OWNER BOSS & GROTE, Auctioneers COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK, CARROLL, Clerk The Dodgers, with slugging first baseman Gil Hodges apparently none the worse after taking a pitch on his left forearm at St. Louis Wednesday, figure on southpaw Johnny Podres Saturday and Roger Craig Sunday. Milwaukee, knocked off a four- game streak Wednesday at Pittsburgh, has a well-rested Burdette ready for the Phils. Burdette •21-14) hasn't worked since Sunday — when he missed the decision in an 8-5 victory at Philadelphia! The rugged right-hander has won three in a row since he dropped an 11-5 game to the Phils September 2. He's lost three straight to the Phillies since May 22 and stands 3-3 against 'em for the year. Profited Most The Braves, a 5-8 pick to win the flag (you have to bet $8 on them to win $5t, probably profited the most from the day off each of the contenders had Thursday. The extra day of rest may have lifted center fielder Billy Bruton (twisted ankle) and shortstop Johnny Logan < infected toe> back into the line-up for tonight's game against Don Cardwell (9-10, 2-2 vs Milwaukee). I The Giants go with Sam Jones »20-15), who has lost three in a \ row, against the Cardinals' Vine' gar Bend Mizell (13-9t. The odds are 30-1 that San Francisco won't make it. j In the AL, Chicago Manager I Al Lopez will be scouting the Dodgers while his White Sox run I out the string at Detroit. The Tigers are struggling with New York for third place. The Yankees, playing Baltimore, need just one more victory to nail it — their lowest fin! ish since 1945. I Cleveland's Cal McLish shoots for his 20th victory in the second game of a twi-night pair with Kansas City. Washington is at Boston with the Senators' Bob Allison needing one home run to tie the AL rookie record of 31 set in_ 1939 by Ted Williams. Frick Soys Phil Hurler Is Innocent PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Base- 1 hall Commissioner Ford Frick to- 1 day commended pitcher Hum-j berto Robinson of the Philadelphia; Phillies for reporting an attempt- 1 ed bribe. "Robinson acted immediately in reporting the bribe attempt," | Frick said in New York. "He is innocent of any wrongdoing because of his prompt action," Robinson's action was the first report of a bribe since 1944 when! Lmil (Dutch' Leonard of the! Washington Senators told of being! contacted Wy gamblers. Other unsuccessful bribe attempts were made in 1922 and 1924, the latter! reported by Heinie Sand, also of the Phillies. Robinson testified in Municipal Court Thursday that a cafe owner placed $200 or $300 on the sink as a down payment' while Robinson was washing. "It fell in the water." Robinson told Judge J. Sydney Hoffman. "I told him to take it out. He took it out." Robinson said that Harold Friedman, 42, came to his hotel room Tuesday and offered him $1,500 to throw the second game of a twi- night doubleheader that night against Cincinnati. Friedman wanted to bet $3,000 to $4,000 on the game, the pitcher testified. Robinson, a Panamanian, pitched seven innings of that game and won it for the Phillies 3-2. Friedman was released in $15,000 bail on a charge of attempted bribery of an athletic contest. Rain Helps Harlan; Guthrie at Glidden WHERE Do You Live? NO MATTER! You Can Be SURE Channel Master's CHAMPION Will Improve Your TV Reception COAST TO COAST STORE CARROLL MAJOR LEAGUES By The Associated Press National League W. L. Pel. G.B. Los Angeles 84 67 .556 — Milwaukee 84 67 .556 — San Francisco 82 69 .543 2 Pittsburgh 78 74 .513 6Ms Chicago 73 78 .483 11' Cincinnati 72 80 .474 12Ms St. Louis ..... 69 82 .457 15 Philadelphia 63 88 .417 21 Thursday Results No games scheduled Saturday Games Pittsburgh at Cincinnati Philadelphia at Milwaukee Los Angeles at Chicago San Francisco at St. Louis (N> Chicago Cleveland New York Detroit Baltimore Boston American League W. L Pet. G.B. 92 59 .609 — 87 63 .5)10 4 1 - 78 73 .517 14 75 76 .497 17 72 79 .477 20 72 79 .477 20 Thursday Results No games scheduled Kansas City 64 iiti .427 27'^ Washington 63 88 .417 29 Saturday Games Baltimore at New York Washington at Boston Chicago at Detroit Kansas City at Cleveland The inclement weather that came to the aid of the Carroll Tigers a week ago is expected to have just the opposite effect in tonight's game with Harlan at the Carroll High Athletic Field. An early morning shower left the ground soggy underfoot and a forecast for scattered thundershowers the remainder of the day appeared (o bode little good for the Tigers. "Last week we were heavier than our opponent 'Manilla), but ths week we will bo outweighed an average of 16 pounds per player and the advantage on a soggy field is with the heavier team," Coach Gene Macomber, Carroll Coach, said. "The only optimistic elements is the fact it might slow up some of their speed demons and even the score somewhat in that respect," he said. One Advantage "We have one phsychological advantage in that we are not rated as a powerful contender and Harlan is confronted with the fact every team in the conference will go all out to knock off the champion. They might take the game a little more lightly than against Jefferson, for example, whereas our boys will be keyed up and that always enhances the possibility of an upset," he said. Key games in the Midwest conference tonight pit Jeffers o n against surprisingly strong Lake City, at Lake City, and Denison against Ida Grove. It will be the first loop game for Jeffers o n whereas Lake City has won one Lake Series Is Possible By GEORGE LAZARUS CHICAGO (AP) - The days of a subway World Series .nay be gone but the closest thing — a Lake Michigan series — may be in the works. Chief designer? The Chicago Cubs. National League rivals of the American League champion Chicago White Sox. Chicagoans and much of the Midwest are pulling for a White Sox-Milwaukee Braves meeting in the Series. This is better than an even bet 1 with Los Angeles and Milwaukee deadlocked for first place heading -into the season's final weekend. The Cubs, who virtually threw the final clod of dirt on San Francisco's pennant chances, will a^ain be cast as spoilers when they meet the flag-chasing Dodgers today at Wrigley Field. While the Dodgers play a three- game series with the Cubs, the Braves entertain the Philadelphia Phils in Milwaukee. and a win would give Lake City a long stride toward contention for the conference title. Ida Grove, with one conference loss, dan only hope some other conference team knocks off Harlan. It would take an Ida Grove victory over Harlan, plus a Harluti loss to another foe, and an unblemished record against other loop foes to put Ida Grove in front at the end of the season. Top game in the Coon Valley will be Guthrie Center at Glidden. The Wildcats from Glidden are currently on top with two loop victories. Tonight they face a team that is perennially tough in league play. A victory over Guthrie Center would enhance Glidden's chances of going into a showdown with Exira with a good loop record. Glidden Spirit High Spirit runs high in Glidden. On Thursday night literally hundreds of fans turned out for a free barbecue and a chance to meet Coach Bob Miller's players. Some observers have described Glidd en's school and community backing of athletic teams as the best in the area. Examples of that support include installaton of the only electric scoreboard in the conference, erection of a new press box and purchase of a movie camera by the booster organization. In other Coon Valley affairs, Coon Rapids treks to Manilla, and Bayard entertains Scranton. Manning moves out of conference competition with a Saturday night date, at 8.30 p.m. against Carroll (Kuemper) on the Carroll Athletic Field. YOU CAN NOW (Boixow Mi $100 to $500 on your own . Personal Signature All Details Handled by Mail "Completely Confidential" Cash for bills—clothes- furniture—* car or any worthwhile need. Cash You 12 Mot. 24 mo*. Get Payments Payments S 100.00 $10.07 $ 5.93 $200.00 $20.03 $11.74 $300.00 $29.68 S17.20 $400.00 S39.13 $22.46 $500.00 $48.46 $27.61 (Payments include all charges) NORTHWEST FINANCE CO. (Licensed by the Iowa Banking Dept.) For Confidential Service Phone CH 4-0305 or Write to Mr. Johns —Manager S01 Locust St. Das Moines, Iowa Sale of 100 Acre Carroll County Farm at Public Auction To Settle Estate of Lizzie Grote, Deceased Wed., Sept. 30 Sale Commences at 2:00 p. m. Farm known as the Oswald Farm located 4 miles East, 3 miles South and { mile East of the City of Carroll. Sale will be at farm site. Notice is given of the Public Auction of the 100 Acre farm formerly owned by Lizzie Grote, deceased, (known as the Oswald farm) the legal description of which is: The Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter; the Southeast Quarter of the North* west Quarter; and the North Half of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 11, Township S3 North, Range 34, West of the 5th P. M„ Pleasant Valley Township, Carroll County, Iowa consisting of approximately 100 acres. This farm is all tillable and the improvements include a 5-room house, barn, corn crib, hog house, chicken house and machine shed. 1958 taxes were $2.25 per acre. The successful bidder will make a down payment of 20% on the date of sale and the balance will be payable on or before February 15, 1960, at which time an Executor's Deed and merchantable abstract of title will be furnished to the purchaser. Possession will be given on or before March 1, 1960. Seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids. SALE BY ORDER OP Herman W. Grote EXECUTOR OF LIZZIE GROTE ESTATE ROBERT S. BRUNER, ATTORNEY FOR EXECUTOR Paul Grote. Auctioneer Breda Savings Bank, Clerk V

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