The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 24
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 24

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 8, 1957
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Oa.) Upper fat MdlnM Thursday, August 8, KQSStmt COUNTY PORTS Whittemore Only County Team With Crown Chance State Junior Legion Finals Begin Sunday Cerfaf fluids will meet Mason eify %t 2 p.m. and Bancroft t^lll tangle with Ames at flip.rn. Sunday in opening found games of the state Junior Legion baseball tournament at Memorial Park in Bancroft. the state championship game, featuring witM*t» ef the Sunday games, will fai played the following nifhi at 8 p.m. the McKinnon American Legion post at San- croft is host for the tt It is the first time it has held in this area. 50 YEARS R. B. Strand of Glenwood has completed 50 years in the creamery business. He's still active in it, too. During the 14 years preceding World War 1 more than 11 million immigrants were admitted to the U.S. L 1 2 5 5 6 6 8 9 Whittemore remained as the lone threat to Humboldt's practically unchallenged bid for the championship of the Kossuth County Baseball League following activity during the weekend. Humboldt moved closer to the crown with two wins. The league leaders downed 'Bancroft. 7-4, at Bancroft Friday night. then edged Emmetsburg, 8-7, at Emmetsburg Sunday. In other games Sunday, Algona downed Bancroft. 5-3, at Algona; Whittemore blasted Fort Dodge, 9-2, at Whittemore; and Estherville raced to an 18-6 win over Lone Rock at Estherville. League Standings W Humboldt _ 10 Whittemore 6 Algona .. 7 Estherville 6 Emmttsburg 5 Fort Dodge 4 Bancroft 3 Lone Rock 1 Algona will travel to Estherville, Emmetsburg to Fort Dodge, Lone Rock to Humboldt and Whittemore to Bancroft for games this Sunday. Whittemore must win its remaining siy games and Humboldt must drop one of its last three for the Kos suth entry to gain a tre for the title. All teams but Whittemore are out of the running for the Championship. Joe Elbert hurled Whittemore's convincing win over Fort Dodge Sunday. He allowed only four hits while his mates banged" out 11 from the offerings of Ken Stripling of LuVerne who hurled for the Dodgers. Fort Dodgf committed two of the game's three errors. Greene hurled the Humbold' win over Enimetsbufg a* e-<-' team notched 10 hits. Farrell was the. losing hurler. The lowers erred three times, the winners twice. Algeria's Ham Bristow hurled a six-hitter at Bancroft. Thr KCs got only eight hits off Gangstead and Dixon, but made their blows pay off. Bancroft made three errors and Algona two. Estherville counted its 18 runs on 13 hits as Bonstead and Origer combined to hold Lone Rock to six blows. Bierle and Schuller hurled for the losers. Algona Star . Shapely, vivacious Barbara . . j>i..V3 me role of a cigarette girl in the Broadway dra ma, "Sweet Smell of Success. playing next Tuesday throug! ..nursaay at the Algona theatre Burt Lancaster and Tony Curtis are starred. St. Johns Bows Out In State Prep Finals, 7-2 Muscatine downed St. John's of Bancroft, 7-2, fin the finals of the high school summer baseball tournament at Slater Wednesday night, July 31, and successfully defended its summer crown won' in 1956. The win was the thirty-sixth straight and the twenty-first thL- year for Muscatine. St. John's got its runs first Jim Vaske walked and later scored on a, single by catcher Dave Schiltz. Schiltz went to second on a wild pitch, to third on a mis-fired pickofl attempt at second and home when a throw went into the dugout, Tom Clark started on the hill for St, John's and held a 2-1 lead at the end of four innings. He had allowed one hit when Denny Menke was, called in to relieve. Muscatine treated Menke like a cousin, Walks got the pitcher in trouble and Muscatine base hits seemed to come at the right times as the winners picked up four runs in the bottom of the fifth end a pair in the last of the sixth to sew up the victory. Batten, Schilts, Clark and McGuire each got hits for St. John's, while the winners also picked up four blows. The loss was the first for Bancroft this summer^ Dry ice is solidified carbon dioxide gas. EXPENSIVE A water leak proved somewhat expensive for the Kinsey Chev rplet firm at Iowa Falls. The firm's last water bill was for $166.32, with a consumption of about 500,000 gallons compared with a 50,000 gallons. The rich, warm tone of redwood looks even more beautiful when it's finished with Pratt & Lambert Red« wood Stain. This fine, light- fas c oil stain protect! redwood siding and shingle* from the destructive effects of weather. Easy to apply, COWAN Building Supply WHAT COMB ;H \ong term-low cost FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS ' When you w*d money to consolidate debt* b«y Und er Uvcrtock, modwniie building* « finance operatiww, nothing could be better than » Land Bank l*sm witb lew out and Ions term* Land Bank L«tM on yeur land we •vaUabls |or «ny conittuctive purpote tnrpugh your JJFLA, where yev CM tarrew witb J^tf jfllff ifif ftTIBfltlftlU fftfilttft *W Matlo&al Farm Loan Association EUGENE H, HUTCHINS ftw»*TnMiu Algona Man Weds July 26, At West Bend At a wedding on Friday evening, Julv 26, at 8 o'clock at the First Methodist church in West Bend, Miss Carole Rae Burns, daughter of Ross Burns of Thor rmd granddaughter of Mr and Mrs J. A. Burns of West Bend, was united in marriage with Philip'McVeigh of Algotia. The candlelight, double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Alvin Moberry of Oskaloosa and the' Rev. Harold N. Olson, local pastor. The bridesmaids were firma McVeigh and Charlene Schupfer. Sherry Brown and Debbie McVeigh were flower girls. Earl Eller served the bridegroom as best man, and groomsman was Larry Burns. Ushers and candlelighters were Bob Burns and Lyle Brown. Serving as church host and hostess were Mr and Mrs Joe Dunn. Following the ceremony a re- ception for the bridal couple was held in the church parlors, for 150 guests. Dining room host and hostess were Mr and Mrs Vic Bargman. Others assisting were: Mrs Everett Brans, Mrs Raul McVeigh, Mrs Elbert McVeigh, Mrs Lyle Brown, Mrs Rena Dayton. Mrs Tom Burns, Anita Burns, Karen Berkland, Terry Hinton, Judy Graham, Jeniece Burns. Also Mary Ann Caukker, Ruby Schurg, Rita Bachman, Beverly Krug, Mrs Fred Hoffert, Mrs William Campbell, Mrs Burr West and Mrs Donald Jacobs. Following a wedding trip, Mr and Mrs McVeigh will live in Omaha, »Neb., where the bride- groom attends school. The bride, ^a graduate of West Bend High school, has been employed in Des Moines. m TOUCH Eight girls and ten boys who graduated from Traer high school in 1894 have kept in touch ever since, by means of an annual round-robin letter. At present, four boys and seven girls are still living, all near the 80-year old mark. DIES """""" Mechanicsville lost its oldest resident recently in the death of John Clifton. He was 95. Don't Miss It! On Display At The Kossuth Fair! r (Model 40) All Purpose , Self Propelled Combine Full FIRST IN ITS CLASS FOR GRAIN, BEANS AND SEEDS ... THE COMBINE THAT CUTS AND THRESHES CORN ... A TRIPLE PURPOSE MACHINE 3 Heo<i*r Sizw: 10-foot, IpfaPr, 14-foot ' WMUJMM KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR - AUG. 13 * 16 V Our Display Will Also Include The Following Lines: - MASSEY HARRIS - ALMS CHALMERS ™ - NEW IDEA - G.M.C. TRUCKS - FIRESTONE TIRES Don't Miss The Fair - And Don't Miss Bradley Bros, Show of Our Own A NEW PRINCIPLE IN COMBINING i AND HARVESTING CORN Here's the corn harvesting method of the future — here today! A method you can adopt qt once - and profitably. This Oliver 2-row corn header does three jobs in one pass — suts, shells, shreds, There are no snapping rolls, so there is NO SHELLING LOSSES. You save 5 to 15% more than other machines. Stalks are cut off just above the ground, swept butts first straight into the low-level cylinder. Ears are shelled; stalks and cobs are broken and thoroughly shredded, spread back onto the field as mulch that's easy to plow under, Header handles row widths of 38 to 42 inches, And switching it with the grain header takes less than an hour with no special attachments or equipment required, WE THINK YOU'LL AGREE, WHEN YOU SEE IT - OLIVER MODEL 40 IS SUPREME 116 So. Thorington FARM MACHINERY G.M.C. TRUCKS - FIRESTONE TIRES Algona, Iowa

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