Pella Chronicle, July 26, 1951

Pella Chronicle

July 26, 1951

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Issue date: Thursday, July 26, 1951

Pages available: 12

Previous edition: Thursday, July 19, 1951

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Pella Chronicle (Newspaper) - July 26, 1951, Pella, Iowa 12 P�8fet In Thi� Issue Pages 1 to 12 Snowballs # I Will Soon be Flying! VOL. 87 ,fttV^t�* ^^'^'^ PELLA, IOWA, JULY ^C, I!�;-)! NO. 30 -^_'0*'^ i.*^ _-_________________^_____ Response to Tulip Fund Appeal Is Heartening Heller's Midget All-Stars Attended Cub Tryouts Midget All-Stars Whipped Monroe Club By 15 to 2 Score The Mi Moinei lut week. They were the only complete team attendingr and won a great deal of attention. Here they are poaed on the baieball (i^ld. Front row, left to right: Tommy Boat, Bob Buyert, Butch Shepard, Larry Van Haalen, Wayne Tanii, and Preilon Steenhoek. Upper row: Don Heller, Dirk Van Gorp, Bruce Heerema, John Van Waardhuizen, Tom Gaard, Gary Wallace, and Al Couppee of Radio Station KRNT, De� Moinei. Honors for Pella Midget Pitchers -(iibhs News Photo Two of Don Hcller't All-Start were among the top tixty boy� chosen for playing ability at the KRNT Cub tryouti in Dei Moinei. They are Bob Buyert, left, and Tommy Boat. Details in ilory. * 5� * Old Timers to Play Merchants This Evening Slickers to Hurl. Girls vs. Leighton in The Curtain-Ralser A right good Softball game is on the card.s for this (Thursday) evening. The Pellu Merchants, 1951 team, will play the old-timers who made the Merchants a top-flight team in Iowa several years ago. Bill Slickers will bo back to take over the hurling and playing with him will i)e: Caldwell, catcher, Guass Ih, Ulrieh 2ii, U-slie ss, Vander Waal .lb, Do Winter, Ciimmiiigs and Vor Heul ill the outfield. And the i-urtaiu-iuiser will he a game between tile I'ellu 0 hascbaUevs at lh(^ camp. They playeil in tho eliminutiou giinu^s, hut their team Wan di'featcd." Mr. Hudgens aui roiuKJing country side that nved it to feel free to ask to use . it. Thru' is no i'li:irge for the use of iIh' eiiuiimicnf we have, which coiisisls of difforiMit sizes of; (�v\ilclu'S. �djust:\ble bed side; talile. nu-iil tiilile that extends ovei- ;i lied .-md wheel chair anil sick 1 oou\ pans. i 'riic wind cliiiir is the ty))e that' can he fiildi'd easily and ti-.vus- i ported in a car. C.intact (he \',F.W. Post coni-muuder for use of this e(\uipmi'nt. It is yours for speedy recovery .�md more pleasant convalescence IIow;h;oi>il jH-oplc wi'M' ipiirk on Ihi' trigger for Ijic'ic ui'i.' Ilftrcn I'ontriluitors fur 111.' sulK.t.'intial lolal of $11'.;.oil. iliis I ri'ini'iiilously en-loinnginvr aiiil n token that the llioii'^.'inil diilkii:- needed will bo t'ni tluiiniing. Canip Right Back The i'lintiil'Utuis were: .!. ' act for our guests on this day. Don't forget the date, Thursday. .August Hi. ?142.00 A stamped envelope was included with the letter to each citizen. Dig it up and send in your contribution now. By tho end of this week the Pella Tulip P'ond should he well over tho top. Dr. Leonida R. Jurgent tral (lollege faculty: Dr. Leonida Itooberg Jurgens, assistant professor of sociology and psychology; an