The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 32
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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Bancroft Goes To District Junior Legion Playoffs got off to a rocky start, then came back to clobber Fort t)odge, 23-5, in the final round game of the eighth district Junior Legion play-off at Bancroft Sunday night. The win moved Bancroft into an inter-district playoff with the seventh district champion. Site, date of the game and winner of the seventh district title will be announced later. The winners banged a total of 15 hits, received 17 walks and the aid of six Fort Dodge errors. The losers got four hits and eight walks. Bancroft committed three errors. K. Menke got four hits, Don Fennema three, Dennis Menke and Schiltz. two each for the winners. Dennis Menke, who relieved Fennema on the 'hill in the first inning, got the win, his seventh of the season without defeat. Dave Looft finished on the hill for Bancroft. The losers used five hurlers. Kossuth Loop The Kossuth County Baseball League swiped a page from the major loops and came up with a six-team battle for top positions following games played Sunday First of all, Whittemore's fine team hung on to take an 11-0 verdict from Humboldt. The loss was the first for the league leaders, and moved Whittemorc within a half-game of the top of the loop. Algona's KCs topped Lone Rock, 13-8; Emmetsburg walloped Estherville, 18-7; and Fort Dodge took Bancroft, 18-10 in other games. League standings W L Humboldt 6 1 Whittemore 5 l Estherville 4 3 Algona .4 4 Fort Dodge 3 3 Emmetsburg 3 4 Lone Rock 1 5 Bancroft 1 6 Four good games are on tap this Sunday. Humboldt travels to Estherville; Fort Dodge to Al- gotia; Emmetsburg to Whittemore; and Lone Rock to Bancroft. Upsets here and there could provide a real league scramble. Algona's team wore its hitting eldthes to Lone Rock. The visitors chased home six runs in the top of the second, one in the third and two each in the fourth -•-'"th innings, using 18 hits to get the job done. More 'Goofy Little Ads' 1 | I t/» V» A Of Iti . | >• en at <a 2 Canned Kind Kinder Kold, Too at DIAMOND'S Flush Duplex Brown Fineesh WALL dUTLETS flft8S8Sft8g8%&g%^^ 3 SPEED RECORD PLAYER WITH RECORD CARRYING CASE Regular $24.95 NOW 17.50 RE COR D S - 78 rpm, 1.15 value ' Special at 25c Plus many other bargains - Come in and See KOSSUTH RADIO Somebuddy phoned in Long Distance with an Ad for this space, and the office girl said Jusf a Minute, I'm'Going lo the Rest Room, and When She Goi Bac't, ihe Psrly Had Hung Up. So We Jusl Ain't Got Any Ad For This Space. Reg. 25c 5c PRATT ELECKTRIC One TOPKOAT For Size 44 Man Got Zip Lining 6.66 HUB KLOTHIERS a»»saiKaaaaaa«a8 Just 75 Steps North of the Main Drag You'll Find Fresh CHUCK WAGON BREAD for only 17c a loaf at -xxxxxx®**^^ Algona Grocer and Butcher Nabbed In Plot Now that Ihe fat's in the fire' at CONSUMERS, ihey am t going to do nothing jusl half-way there on Ridikalus «? — F».day and Saturday. No, Ihe boys are just plain cutting their throat but qood — TO MAKE HAPPY LAUGHING, CONTENTED CUSTOMERS 1 HAPPY ' BENNETT'S DANCED GOOD • aa 1 BOTTLE DATE-NUT OR LEMON TOPPER PKG. --12c THOMPSON SEEDLESS POUND KRAFT'S EXTER-GOOD 3-LB. CAN EGG NOODLES ... Lb. Pkg. 29c SUNKIST ORANGES, 5-lb. bg. 69c PEECHES - SHERRIES - UPRIKOTS JOE TSCHETTER, alias 'Cuthroat Charlie', and BILL BECKER, alias 'Hind Quarter Hank' - These two villians look happy as larks in the above photo, despile their vile price-cutting plot for Ridikalus Daze. Fort Madison, here we come! Seriously, folks, we've had all kinds of compliments and good words about these TENDER, MEATY hams. They're Fully Cooked, Skinless, Defatted, Shankless. We're putting out a wonderful new lot of 'em Friday A.M. WILSON'S CERTIFIED TOP-FLAVOR HAMS Full Half Or Whole FULL HALF means you get half the center cut with each portion. S • » W Ridikalus Daze" just around the korner, coming Friday and Saturday in Algona, some expert police and detective work revealed the fact that a price- cutting mob, led by Joe Tschetter, assisted by Butcher Bill Becker, was in the act of murdering" prices on Groceries and Meats for the big two-day wacky sales event. ^Last Wednesday, about midnight. Consumers Super-Market was surrounded by policemen armed with tommy guns, sawed-off shot-guns, rotten tomatoes and-' ripe turnips, and at a pre-arranged signal 'ihe cops moved in through the back windows. In the dim light they closed in on villians Tschetter and Becker, caught in the act of whacking prices to ribbons. What will REALLY happen at Consumers Friday and Saturday nobody knows . . . belter be 1 there ana see! iZD 'Our RidiKewlus Bargains Are So Good We're Buying 'Em Ourselves ....If Sfoolie Tipped Us Off On Crime": Boekelman City Police Lauded For Alert Work Following the arrests of Tschetter and Becker, Police Chief Boekelman issued the following statement: "The Ridiculous price-cutting these two knaves plan to do is strictly against ih<» Fair Prices Act of 1860. We can't have 'em selling a 4-pouHd pail of Deckers Lard for 98c, and giving away 6 bottles of Del Monto Catsup (thats the kind my wife buys) for 99'/ 2 cents is strictly verbolen. I want to compliment the boys on the force for their work — they didn't eat up more'n six boxes of apples! 8 cases of potato chips, and 22 pounds of weiners while onthii COMPETITOR COMMENTS Asked for comment on this vicious plot to sell stuff at prices so ridiculous the buying public would go slap-happy, Chris Wall- ukait, manager of the Council Oak Store issued this statement: "I like Joe Tschelter, he's always been a fine competitor, and I hate to see him get in the clutches of the Law like this. But what the Heck — we're plannin' to do the same thing at Council Oak on Ridic Days. How Kum I didn't get raided ? ? ? ? NO WONDER THEY'RE GOING TO PADDED CELL WHEATIES - CHEERIOS 3 for 69c Consumers Lunch Counter Packed To The Gills ! I And listen to the "talk" — they're all agog over the greal "Crime" uncovered at Consumers. Folks always like to view the scene of a crime, and we guess that's why they're packm the joint. NICE PLACE TO COOL OFF — right smack under the new air conditioner at Consumers. MEAT RIOT! Butcher Bill Becker says that if ihe pen awaits him, hes going to leave the Meat Depi. at Consumers as bare YOUR CHOICE - HALF PRICE: SUCRE AT "AND ABOUT 2,000 MORE OF THE RED-HOTTEST BARGAINS IN AIR-CONDITIONED STORE • Pork Hocks • Pork Cutlets .^••P^ • Smoked Salmon • Pork Tenderloin ^^T*^ • Pork Brains • Cut-up Fryers fiB • Pork Sausage Links • Smokies f^^^^^^f • Pint Oysters • Rabbit ^ • Chicken Breasts • and Sum More D lll ™ i KONZUMErs • •p§^k » • •••k A ^^K. Bib •• ^^mtm^^^^u^^mt^^^^^^^^^^^mt^^mtM^^^^ ' ' '"" ^^^W ^^jf^'

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