The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1948 · Page 20
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 23, 1948
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Upp»r Bai fu« 8t (ay, Lost Horses t,When a big semi-trafler truck loadtd with 14 horses plowed into a ditch east of Grinnell, five norscs were killed or injured to the point where they had to be destroyed. The big semi went into Ine, ditch .after running into a panel truck which pulled out -on the highway. TIMEOUT! FRIESNER'S SPORTS CENTER / A. x • County Basket Loop Tourney Set Next Week On Wesley High Floor >vV 'r, Basketball will have its final fling, next week, when the Kossuth basketball/league tournament is held at Wesley, March 29, 30, 31 and April 1. All league teams will compete in the tournament. First round games on March 29 " " 6:30 p, m., Sehdca vs.'Wesley at 8 p. m. and Lone Rock against Grant at 9:30 p. m. On March 30, the quarter finals will be played,,: the semi-finals on March 31, arid the.conso- lation finals and- championship • *. t.' H i. <~r 1.11 I V.I £,«! 1 (WO UI I J. VI. til \,l I -«"•*.. . ...v»««j 111111 bJ It find Fenton meeting Hurt at will be played April 1. Children's admission is 25c and adults admission is 50 cents. 'Teams to see action in th Wesley high gym in this final are Fenton, Burt, Livermore Lone Rock, Grant, St. Joe. Bar ry's of Algona, Whittemore, Sen cca and Wesley. "Harkins. run next door and iell Master Thomas to please return my yo-yo!" You'll soon be changing thai basketball for a baseball (if this fine weather keeps up). Buy all you need for the game—bats, mitts, gloves—at Friesner's Sports Center. Let us get you ready for a summer of sport. FRIESNER'S SPORTS CENTER Tight Race (n Barry League As Finish Nears Burt and the Old Style Lagei team are staging a neck-and- neck race toward the finish in tlie Class A league on the Barry alloys. Only a half game separates Die two teams. Burt has led most of (lie season. Seller, with a 244 line, had the high game of the bowling week in league competition. Other te-3 scores: Baas (221), Geering (204). Colberg (230), Harmon (21 n, M. Hoover (219) Smith (210), F. Davis (212) Thompson (215) . Ed Mittag (201), Geilenfeli-l (22 D. and Cotton Yea; e standings: Class A League Team iff Burt 57 'lid Style Lager. 56 Swift's __ 40 .otts Civek . _. . M . 'mirriran Legion •tuder .Stock _ _ L 24 2 38 42 41 46 4H 56 2G 30 37 43 44 44 49 48 Don't plan to spend more than three times the average yearly income of your family for a 'house end lot. 35 .33 W.. 25' Class B League m:m Tavern . . . _55 Rock Rank... _..51 John De.To B';mchar,l Lhr. Al.Ljona Briber :s - & I- Vimcil Oak . Kyan Ihitrhrrv ___ 44 3» 37 .34 32 30 1948 Laws Change Regulations governing tin 1948 fishing season are . being printed and ^th'c,. new .laws, wil be in the hands of all county rec orders, conservation officers, and other agencies/authorized to sel licenses during the first week o April. The , State Conservation Commission has by administra live order . made hiimeroii: changes in the regulations. Most important to anglers ha: been the removal of length limits on some of the most popular panfish. including crappie, perch, silver and yellow bass, sunfish, blucgills, rock bass, and trout. All of tlK'se fish, regardless of size, may be kept by anglers during the coming year. '. The'dailv bag'limit and possession on bullheads 'has- been removed. The.daily.catch limit on catfish has beenjreduced to eight per clay from 15, With the possession limit rcduce'd to 16. The daily catch on 'walleyed and northern pike has been reduced to five with q possession limit of ten. The daily bag'/ori trout remains at eight with' oho flay's catch .allowed" in .possession! The crappie; season Jias ' been advanced a month and uridcritho new regulation open's -May 15. The season on , smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, sunfish, bluebills, and rock bass will open tm year June 1 instead of June 1, as in the past. The first open season in 'Iowa this year on protected fish, be gins April 15 on channel catfish May 1, on trout. The season 01 •ninnows opens on 'May 12 'anc on all other fish except those in the bass farriily May 15. The (he bass tribe opens season on June 1. Count Of Game Begins March 29 More than 1,000 of Iowa's 1,400 rural mail carriers will make the first survey of pheas ant, quail, and rabbit population!, on their respective routes beginning March 29. The census will continue for six days, during which time game counts will be made on more than 270,000 miles of rural .mail routes. The game tallies will be mailed to the Conservation Commission, where they will be tabulated and analyzed bv commission biologists. The rural mail census is to be nade during 1 the same period :hat conservation officers are taking the annual spring pheas- int census. The carrier count beginning he 29th is the first time this nethod of game censusing has jeen used in Iowa, although s""_- crat, other state - departments have'used, this method successfully. • Other carrier counts will be made during. July,- September, and January. , Rural mail carriers who have not received census blanks and wish to cooperate in this program may receive the taubula- tion sheets by writing to the State Conservation Commission, 914 Grand' Avenue," Des Moines LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Metle Hoove*' six-months-old son David- ha been taken to the Lutheran hos pital, Fort Dodge, suffering from a deep bronchial cold which re quires special treatment. Mrs Hoover is remaining there mos of the time, but came home £01 EASTER DANCES BANCROFT Monday, Mar. 29 HENRY CHARLES Tuesday, Mar. 30 MALEK'S ACC'D Friday April 2 LYNN KERNS Tuesday, Apr. 6 JERRY RYPKA •Ai-day and returned to Fort Dodge Friday, M*. ahd MM. Bu4rt6' Lights*, Mrs. Clinton Lighter and Mrs. William Ringgenberg spent Wednesday at Minneapolis, Minn. Mf. and Mrs. John fhul and Eilean, spent last week Monday at Clarion with Mr. Thul's mother Mrs. J, C. Thlil, arid with Mr. and 'Mrs. T. N. Whitty. Mr.Whit* ty.jis a cousin of Mr, Thul. M*. and Mrs. J. M, Width had as guests a day last week Mr. and-Mrs. E. A, Ulrich of Fort. Dodge. The men are brothers. Mtyfin M*i, P, L-frumbul) ahd Brydh spent Thursday at Ma son C%'with Mr. Goo Nichol, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. Trumbull. Enroute home they stopped at Mason City for •, brief visit with Mr, and Mis Henry Heimendingcr, Mh arid M|s. Simpsc . are moving April/I jntb the ,, stairs apartment at • t'he Hai i v* , Mr.' ahd Mrs. HubciV? Rohlman, who'have been livmu ' there, are moving to St. Cloud '• Minn., where Mr. Pohlman is go ing injo business similar to th Kent Motor company. Cfuwnlaiice rn/r) Service. Prayer does not change the mind of God, but the heart of men. PRICES SWIfrlG LO' VALUES SWING HIGHI © Solve Your Housing Problem — Quickly Economically Gambles Packaged Buildings {Sturdy In Construction—Modern In Design), AJiOOMY 2LBEDROOM <„••, HERE'S ONE OF THOSE FAMOUS KROEHLER GROUPS For a more friendly, more comfortable, and more luxurious living room-you'll want Krochler living room furniture. Covered with choice fabrics, styled by leading designers, and built with superior construction features, you will find in Krochler furniture the finest value for your money on the market. 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