The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 24, 1957
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Humboldt Powerhouse Is Foe Of Flu-Riddled Bulldogs I 2-Algona (la.) Upper De* Moine* Thursday, Oct. 24, 1957 May Play Off Iowa Falls Tilt On Nov. 7th Aigona high school's flu-ridden football squad is sla'.rd to '.rave; to Humb'ildt tomorrow (Friday) night for a meeting with tJ-o do- fending North Centra: Confer- once champs, the Humbv-'.cU Wild cate, who are undefeated six games this fall. The Bulldogs didn't chance to travel to I^ last Friday due to an errdvrr/.. j of flu which riddled the jquad j and made the trip imposs:b;e. A ! tentative date, which hs> nX ; been officially set, for the Alsons- lowa Falls fray is Thursday night, Nov. 7. six days after the end of the regular schedule. Only 15 Al Practice According to Coach Harold Shugart, the squad has been in such bad shape, with at times less than 15 men at practice sessions. that no contact work has been attempted since the thrilling 2120, win over Clarion Oct. 11. Many of the boys on the sick list will not be available for Humboldt for more than limited duty, and it's possible halfbacks Dieter Gruner and M;uv Miller will not play at all. Besidrs Miller and Gruner. Jim Cowan. Turn Potter. Larry Hut- /oll. Gary Jcnmnsjs. Al Fosnmigh. JtTiy Rupp, Fat and Jim Kain, Bill Hill and several others have been stricken. Coach Shugart was on the shelf for several days with the flu. So far. there has been no report that Humboldl's squad ha? suffered from the flu, but a chock will be made with Humboldt authorities sometime today to see :f the game will be played as scheduled. The meeting between Aigona and Humboldt will feature many '>f the Aigona reserves duo to the flu bus. And this is certainly one contest when the squad should be at full strength. Wildcats Tally 149 The Wildcats have zoomed to 149 points while limiting six opponents to 19 counters while traveling undefeated so far. In fact, only two teams, Clarion and Webster City, have scored on the big Humboldt crew. In Marcellus, the Wildcats have one of the finest backs in the state, and when he rambles behind one of the largest and certainly one of the fastest lines ever produced in the conference, things begin to happen. Local scouts haven't found any real weakness in the Humboldt offense or defense. A year ago the Humboldt squad pasted Aigona, 78-0. and a few of the Bulldogs would like to even things up a little — but with half the squad suffering from the effects of flu, prospects for an Ai- gona win appear to be poor. Boone Volley Gets First Conference Win Boone Valley chalked up a 32-20 win over Dows Friday night. It was the first 4-C Con ference win of the season for thi; Renwick team. Mike Huntley of Boone Valley counted four times on runs of 65, 39, five and (two yards. Darrell Hanson plunged one yard for the final Boone Valley counter in the fourth period. Huntley and Hanson were also defensive standouts for the win- Swea Trojans Bounce Past Thompson, 34 • 6 Swea City evened its season mark at 3-3 and ran its Corn- belt Conference mark to 2-3 with an easy, 34-6. win over Thompson at Swea City Friday night. The Trojans will host Armstrong, 57-0 winner over Burt Friday night, tomorrow (Friday) night. Ron Kaltved scored three touchdowns to lend the Swea City outfit to the win over Thompson. His counters were all on short runs. Carl Johnson went three yards for a touchdown and Howard Roalson intercepted a pass and scampered 55 yards for a TD to round out the Swea City scoring. Al Cooley scored Thompson's touchdown. ners. GOOD PEOPLE TO DO BUSINESS WITH — YOUR Westein Buyers NEIGHBORS IT PAYS TO , 1-RAISE GOODS HOGS 2-MARKETTHEM THROUGH WESTERN BUYERS Western Buyers Are As Close As Your Telephone CALL CYpress 4*2411 OR CONTACT ONE OF YOUR 'FRIENDLY WESTERN BUYERS NEIGHBORS' IF YOUR HOGS ARE READY TO MARKIT. We Fay For Oood Hogg? These "Friends & Neighbors"* Represent Western Buyers In Your Community and Appreciate Doing Business With You. E, K. JOHNSON RAY JKBANTZ Tfionka WyjUlAY ElkEVATQR WHITTEMQRE CO-OP 8a»fflrpf* ELEV. Whittemore PALE DUNDAS Burt GAYL W. JOHNSON City 3. B. MERTZ West Bead HERMAN NORLAND Cylinder ws MUBPHY LIVESTOCK Liyermore LQU NJTZ WESTERN SUPPLYING OV6R 200 PACKERS 1 PROCESSORS Haag, Benschoter Top Bowling Tally J.: we. i Lai the cru •' 208 O Pa! 204. 20?, mi!' Na\ Pali <. k Hang and Cliff Benschoter • the top bowlers at Hawkeye > Inst week. Haag tossed ; p line, a 226, while Bens:• put together lines of 223, ind 1H6 for a 617 series total. men over 200 included Hasrnussen 211, Bob Schoby Hert Ramus 206, Red Sleeker John Rike 204, John Interim, Toln- Eastman 203, Bili 223. Jim Rood 207. Floyd u r 202 and Wilford Rood 220. Armstrong Gets 57-0 Win Over Burt Friday Clarence Rezac scored five times as Armstrong pummeled Burt, 57-0, at Armstrong Friday night. Rezac counted on runs of 65, 48, 18, 8 and-five yards and Roger Larson ran 58 yards for a touchdown and passed for two others as the winners went ahead early in the contest. Froehlichs Honored With 53rd Anniversary Party Tifonka Downed 39-0 Friday By Graettinger Graettinger's undefeated Corn- belt Conference leaders jolted Titonka, 39-0, at Titonka Friday night in a game that was delayed a half-hour due to light failure. The Indians travel to Terri] tomorrow (Friday) night for a meeting with another conference power. Titonka will take a 2-3-1 record into the game. ' Leon Jesperson. one of Iowa's top ground gainers all season, counted four touchdowns for Graettinger. against Titonka. He scooted 30, 15, three and two yards for his scores. Jesperson was also on the throwing end of a 50-yard touchdown pass to Dave Sandvig. Sandvig's othei TD came on a 50-^yard jaunt, the longest of the night. A win by' Coach Lyle Opheim'.crew over Terrill yill even the season record of the Indians. Wesley — Mr and Mrs Charles Froehlieh were honored Sunday, October 20 at the Johnson House in Aigona in observance of their 53I'd wedding anniversary. Those who attended were Mrs Marie Ri.'ke of Williams; Mr and Mrs Jen-old Wilden of Iowa Falls: Miss Diane Ricke and her fiance, Roy Fugate; John Rickc and Miss Margaret Rout all of Ames; Edward Froehlieh Jr. of Chula Vista, California; Mr and Mrs E. M. Hu- -r of Aigona and their daughter, Mrs Robert Uetreich of Burt and Mr and Mrs Carl Froehlieh and family of Wesley. A beautiful bouquet of bronze mums brought by Mrs Ricke centered the table. The group spent a social afternoon and evening at the parental Charles Froehlieh farm home Beside their two daughter? Mrs Marie Ricke and Mrs Helen Huber and their son, Carl they have 2 other sons, Major John Froehlieh of Chicago, 111. and Lt Commander Edward Froehlieh who will soon be tranferred Iron Chula Vista, Calif, to Pensacola Fla . Kain. Mr and Mrs Graver Foote afid. son Gary of Chicago came Monday evening to spend several days here at the parental, Carl Froeh- lieh home and with other relatives. Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom ,Ir. had as their Sunday" guests, Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan of Spirit Lake and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Alf Cronin of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson of Wesley. Circle 3 of Methodist Women Will hold a Halloween bake sale of candy, cookies and popcorn balls Saturday, Oct. 26 in the Kraus Store. f Clarion were Sunday guests n the parental, Tom Becker and Vincent Doughan homes. Guests in the Orville Weiland home Sunday, Oct. 6 were Mr and Mrs Harold Price, Duane and Joan and Duane Vaudt of Whittemore, John B. Weiland of Britt and Mr and Mrs John Weiland of Whittemore. The Orville Wei land baby, Judy Marie, was bap tized that day in the Methodist church. She was born Aug. 15 Also at Ed Hildmans Sunday, Oct. 20 were Mr and Mrs Robert Kain, Jr. and baby and Dick WILSON - JONES BOOKKEEPING SUPPLIES, ledger sheets, post binders, indexes, memo books and refills, statement of earnings pads, inventory pads, columnar pads, legal pads, IOOSP leaf covers, bills of lading pads. Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Aigona. STATIONERY at Upper Des Moines. BIO THINGS ARE COMING OCT. 31, NOV. 1 and 2 FOSTER'S Connie's West Bend Is 19 0 Victim Of Ruthven Team Ruthven chalked up its fifth win in six starts and sent West Bend"4o its fourth Cornbelt Conference defeat, 19-0 at Ruthven" Friday night. Al Reinders, Willie Parks and Bruce Iverson, who went 30 yards for one score, each counted touchdowns for the winners. The defensive play of tackle Clarence Monk and guard Larry Simington was outstanding for the winners. WHAT'S COMING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31? * -K * * * * * * * WOW! AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. AIGONA Mrs Don Luedtke and her in fant son Barry Allen wert brought from the Holy Familj hospital in Estherville to th "Marvin Ackerson home Frida; where they spent several days Mrs Ackerson is a sister of Mr Luedtke. Mr and Mrs Bill Loebig, Ai Loebig and Jack Lickteig drove to Iowa -City—Friday- afternoon and on Saturday attended the Iowa-Wisconsin football game. Al and Jack returned home that evening. Mr and Mrs Loebig spent Sunday with their son Bill. Mrs Leonard Arndorfer committee woman of district 2 of Hancock County, was hostess to 4-H leaders of the 5 clubs of district 2 for the program planning conducted by florae Econo- •rnisT, Elsie Mae Van Wert, Monday, Oct. 14. Win. Stalzer returned home Friday from Iowa City where he had been a hospital patient several weeks. Before that he had been hospitalized several weeks .at Oakdale. Mrs Ida Funnemark of Zumbrota, Minn, spent Oct. 10-19 at the home of her son, Lester Blain and family. Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and 'their granddaughter Wilma Hrubes, daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Hrubcs, spent the October 13fh weekend in Iowa City in the hoine of the Bauers" daughter, jMr and Mrs Will Clements and ,year old Carla. Mrs Clements 'teaches 6th grade in the afternoons in the Henry Sabin school. Sunday, October 20, was Layman's Day in the Methodist church. George Detmering, Don Kraus, Herman Wise and Theron Hansen were in charge of the morning service here and John Fox and Richard Wyatt at Prairie Center. Good Will truck will be in Wesley Tuesday, October 29, for .used clothing and household goods. Contributions may be left in .the entry of the Methodisi church. Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman had as their weekend guests their daughter, Mrs Herman Lyons and family of St. Paul, Minn. Other Sunday guests were another daughter, Mrs Robert Kain of Ai- gona. were Mr and Mrs Brandt and gpn Gus and Mr and Mrs Howard Henderson and family of Clear Lake and Mr and Mrs Bill •Bauer of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Bill Studer and children were Sunday guests of his mother and grandmother, Mrs Viola Studer and Mrs Jennie Luken. Mr and Mrs Roger Doughan Halloween Tradition, Hamburger Pie and Stretching Tiny Closets It's worlds of fun to start a Halloween tradition. Like trotting the little ones off to school with a big batch of Halloween goodies for their friends. Try your hand at sketch- Irig pumpkin face* on chocolate*, frosted cookies or cupcakes. The children get the rfredit. And you'll be their heroine. Easier Washdays Your washday friend, the new gas clothes dryer, doesn't rely on the weather! Before you're a washday older, see: it yourself at your local gas company or gas appliance dealer. Hamburger Pie ... As Mrs. William Powell of Minneapolis makes it: Brown hamburger and chopped onions together. Toss in a can of green beans and tomato soup. Pour the mixture into a baking dish and spread mashed potatoes on top. Sprinkle paprika over all, and let it toast in a 350-degree gas oven for about half-an-hour. A Lot in a Little Space Just picture that tiny kitchen closet of yours with a pegboard wall on the back and the side walls lined with ladders of shelves. The shelves take beautifully to all your cleaners and polishes. And that dandy pegboard holds manyt many tools on hooks. Pilot on the Pipeline Aren't you surprised to learn that a crew of airplane pilots help your local gas company supply you with clean, constant, economical natural gas? These sharp-eyed pilots work for Northern Natural Gas Company, the pipeline company who supplies gas to your local company. The pilots, flying over 88,000 miles a year, constantly patrol the pipelines to see that all goes well with the flow of the natural gas that provides you with better living. c 1937 by Northern Nalvrol Qmahg, Nebrgika LONG TERM LAND BANK LOANS Available! Now YOU can get long term, low cost Land Bank Loans on your land for any constructive pvyjjpsel Apply et your local NFLA. Owned by farfners . . „ fpr farmers, where you can borrow with confidence. For full tion call, write or see —• national Farm Loan Association ENE H. HUTCHINS, SEC-TREA8. 110 S. DODGE ST.. ALGQNA ?«d«<al load freak Remember This? IT WAS A HALL - STRAHORN AD OF FIVE YEARS AGO ... IT ATTRACTED MORE ATTENTION AND SOLD MORE HAMMERS THAN ANY AD WE HAVE EVER RUN - BUT IF YOU THINK THIS AD IS DIFFERENT Wait To See Our Ad Next Week! (Bob and Harry Are Gone But We Are Reprinting The "Old Ad" Word For Word) have certainly got out of hand around here and something has got to be done . . . You see — it's all happening because we got so many hammers. We got little hammers, big hammers, pretty hammers and ugly ham" mers. We got tack hammers, ball pean hammers, striking hammers, straight claw hamnriers, curved claw hammers, 6-in-l hammers and machinist's hammers. We got EsT- wing guaranteed-for-life hammers, Plumb hammers, Stanley hammers, Keen Kutter hammers and Worth hammers. We got Cheney hammers and ' we_ain't_never_seen_before._We got 12-ounce hammers, 16-ounce hammers, 20-ounce hammers, 34-ounce hammers and 8-pound hammers. Honest, Folks, Bob arid Harry (my right and left-hand men, respectfully) have been unpacking these "* ( / t !$?—*" hammers all week long. You see, it all started because on account of the hammer situation which was pretty bad a few years back when we had to beg for hammers. Lately it's been so easy to get hammers that I guess we just done went wild about hammers. Bob says that only a hammerhead would be crazy enough to have so many around. He says if he hears one more yip out of me about these hammers all over the place he's going to do a little (if you'll pardon the expression) hammering on his own. And that's how we got this bet started. Bob says, "You're crazy," cmci I says, "Wriy/ Virbet "you" 1 we can sell 100 of these hammers between Thgrs, a.m. and Sat. nite at closing time 9:30 p. m. or else I would shinny up the court house flagpole with my red longjohns on and give him 30 minutes to draw a crowd." And all this because I went and bought a few thousand And so, folks, if you need a hammer, I'll sure be pleased to see you. And if you, just think you need a hammer, I'll be pleased jp see you. If you think you are ever going to need a hammer, I'll be pleased to see youTtopi And maybe you could mention this to your neighbor, He maybe needs a hammer. . Please help me, folk*. I just GOT tp sell a hunnert hammers by Sat. nite. Hopefylly ypurs, KENNY „. P. §.: We got mighty nice prices on these here hammers, too. So stop in Thvrs., Fri., or Sat. at HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE The Hgrdwere 5tpre on the Hammer Side of tht §tr»«t

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