The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 13, 1962 · Page 4
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4-AtgOna (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, November 13, 1962 Last Rites For Larry Ditsworth Set, Bancroft Funeral services for Larry Lee Ditsworth, 20, will be n.-.'to a.m. Wednesday al St. John's Catholic church, Bancroft. Msgr. Joseph II. Schultes will officiate with burial in the church cemetery. The body is to arrive at Bancroft today. Larry Lee Ditsworth, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Ditsworth Bancroft, was killed Nov. -1 on the island of Okinawa in a motorcycle ficcident. He was serving in'the Seebecs and was to have been discharged in May of I'Jfi.T Shirley Peter Of Burt is Engaged To Wed Algona Hi Cage Team To Open Here, Nov. 20 VVilh five letlermen . _ from a (cam that won 12 and lost nine during the 1961-62 season. Coach Howie Stephcnson began a search for adequate basketball talent when practice sessions go! underway a I Algona high school last week. The Bulldogs wound up third in the North Central Conference with a hot finish and won the tide a \ear earlier. There arc four senior letf:>rmen. Bill Wclzel. (i. Tom Waller. 5-9 Dick Pratt. r>-9. and Maynard Shackelford. 6-1, and one junior letter winner. Sig Wood. 6-5, to build around. Wetzcl and Waller- played in all games a year ago. Pratt missed one. Wood played in I- 1 ) and Shackelford played in l(j games. The three W's were all starters when the season ended. Wetzel scored 216 points, an average of 10.3. Waller 244 points, an average of 11.63. Wood 130 points for a 7.2 average. Pratt 6H points for a 3.4 average and Shackelford canned 36 points for a 2-2 average. Gone from last year's line-up are'Chuck Streit and Lynn Kueck, who counted 23.2 points per game between them. Ready to give the five lettermen a real battle for .starting posts arc Jack Williams, fi-1 senior. Brian Espe, fi-1. Bruce Sundct. fi, an:i Gary Naylor. 5-8. juniors, and Steve Hardy, 5-11, sophomora. Much of the success of this year's bund of Bull-log;; could rest Mr and Mrs Rudolph Peter ( Burt. announce the engagement j and approaching marriage of their daughter. Shirley Mae. to Charley E. Kline of Algona. The weddine j will be Sunday afternoon. Dec. 9. j in St. John's Lutheran church at I Burt. ! Shirley is employed at the ASCS i office and Chuck is with Everd? Bros. i L'DM Engraving) on the talents of Wood, who came along rapidly during the late season. Over that stretch he averaged more than 10 points per game and began to get the hang of rebounding. To date, according to Stephenson, Jack Williams and Bruce Sundct have been as impressive as anyone. So far. the Bulldogs have not looked too classy in practice sessions. The Bulldogs open their schedule next Tuesday, Nov. 20, against Emmetsburg, here. Weather Lets Up As Warm Air Moves In Tuesday held promise of ending the current cold trend in the weather, according to prognostica- tor.s. Readings were due to reach the low sixties sometime this afternoon (Tuesday). Readings during the past week were quite cool: * G/fc^s^^. BUILT-IN COMFORT ON A. HIGH OR MID-HEEL i: I ALL HEEL HEIGHTS All WIDTHS AAAA's TO Cs AIL STYLES & SIZES ALL LENGTHS 4 ^ to 4 BROWNkili SHOE STORE ALGONA IOWA Nov. 8 Nov. 9 Nov. 10. Nov. 11 Nov. 12 Nov. 13 If ....35 ....48 ....56 ....53 ....57 L 27 20 23 34 25 30 .02 New Pastor For Lutheran Church At Swea City Rev H. Bernhard Bengtson of Kssex has accepted a call to the Immanuel Lutheran church al Swea City. He is 49 and the father of five children. The family plans to move to Swea City in January and Rev Bengtson will preach his first service here .Ian. 6. The Swea Cify church has been without a resident pastor for about 10 months. Rev. LeRoy Pillman was the pastor. He is now pastor for a church in a Minneapolis suburb, INVINCIBLE METAL FURNITURE franehiied dealer — Upper Deft Moineft Pub. Co., Algona. Farm Equipment USED MACHINERY LIST TRACTORS -Model D-I7 Allls Chalmers With adjustable front -Model VVD-45 Allis-Chalmcrs -Model VVD Allls-Chalmers -Model C Allis-Chalmcrs tttth loader -Model DC Case -Model 70 Oliver -Model U Minneapolis-Moline -Model R Minneapolis-Moline -Model 55A Minneapolis-Moline -Model 70 John Deere -Model 60 John Deere 1—Model M Farm alt CORN PICKERS 1—Model fiA New Idea 1—Model 20 New Idea l—'Model 21 New Idea (ready to go) l—One-row New Idea t—One-row Woods l—Model 2PR McCormick-Deering 1—Case 2-row with husking bed 1—Model 33 Allis-Chalmers — in good condition 1—Model 2M McCormick-Deering 1—Model 227 John Deere with automatic greaser t—Massey-Harris self propelled 1—Two row Minneapolis-Moline MISCELLANEOUS I—46 ft. New Idea Elevator with PTO Drive 1—12 ft. Kewanee Elevator with PTO Drive 1—42 ft. Little Giant Elevator 1—40 ft. Ottawa Elevator 1—3 H.P. Electric Motor with speed jack for elevator —Stan Hoist LtNDE IMPLEMENT CO, INC, Swea City, Iowa . Dial BRown 2*4601 45 FARM EQUIPMENT FOR SALE We Sell (and erect) 8EHLEN Corn Cribs and grain bins — WALSH & SPEEDY Corn Cribs. 1—Humboldt stalk cutter .... $95 1—New Idea No. 61 stalk cutter $395 1—2 ME picker, very good $850 2—J. D. Tractor Spreaders 1—Case tractor spreader, 95 bu. 1—New Wetmore No. 250 knife- type hammermill, with wagon box hopper. PRICED TO SELL. 1—New Idea No. 17 spreader $485 1—Used Anthony trailer, very good buy. I—Anthony farm trailer w/6 ply tires, good Shape $130 1—44 ft. No. 10 Stanhoist 2-wheel elev $350 l—«f.b. 4-wheel 44 ft. elev. w/PTO dfive $150 1—New Idea 4-wheei elev. 42 ft $125 1—1937 J.D. "A" tractor .... $125 1—1937 J.D. "B" tractor .... $100 1-1946 J.D. "B" tractor, with starter $395 1—Slightly used 130 bu. flail-type tractor spreader. Priced to SELL! WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fcnton 45 USED MACHINERY & TRUCKS 1953 Chev. V'i-Ton Pickup—Series 3100 1956 Chev. '/i-Ton Pickup—Series 3200 1948 Chev. %-Ton Pickup 1951 CMC 102 Pickup 1947 IHC 2M Picker—M Mtgs. — ready to go Mollne 2-Row Pull Picker J. D. No. 200 - 2-R Pull Pickef ^ ready to go \: Case 2-Row Pull Pickef ,r Allis 2-Row Mtd. Pickef Aliis (1959) 2-ROW Mtd. Picked Oliver 2-RoW Pull Pickef New Idea 2-Row Pull Pickef '\ Oliver 2-Row Mtd. Pickef i 416 Oliver 4340 Plow—Trip Back* 414 Oliver 5540 Plow——Trip Back 314 Allis No. 63 Mtd.—throw awfi^ shares "! 218 Oliver Raydex 316 Moline Mtd. Plow 314 Oliver Hyd. Plow .,' 216 Oliver Heavy Duty Plow 316 IHC Mech. on rbr. 414 IHC Mech. on rbr. •' J. D. Hydraulic Cylinder & ; Couplers ' • 42' Farmers Friend 2 Whl. Ele* vator 42' P. D. narrow 4 whl. elevator JOE BRADLEY ALGONA, IA. CY 4-2421 44 You'll find a Harvest of BARGAINS at BJU STROM'S FURNITURE During their 37th Anniversary Sale. Fantastic Savings in every department. HURRY to BJUSTROM'S for the Furniture Sale of Sales! LUXURIOUS AND SO FASHION-WISE The ultimate in gift appeal ! 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