The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 6, 1959 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 6, 1959
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K' > ® te,. Bancroft Wins 5-4; Legion State Meet Opens There Saturday The Bancroft Junior Legion •baseball (cam won its way into the stale tournament, which will be held in Bancroft's Memorial Park-this Sunday and Monday, Aug. 9-10, by notching a 5-4 decision over the Baldwin-Patterson team from Des Moincs Friday night. The nip-nnd-tuck contest wns played ot Bancroft. The win over Des Monies' entry marked the first time Corwith's Ron Strotip, ace hurler for Bancroft, had ever been replaced by a relief pitcher, except when it •was done to give him a little rest. A four-run rally by Bnldwin- Pntterson in the visitor's half of the seventh inning brought Stroup's removal. Bancroft held the upper hand. 4-0 until then, but had to come through with a counter in the homo half of the ninth to salvage the win and gain the state meet. A double by Doug Holmes, a single by Craig Zimmerman and a sacrifice flv off the bat of John Hand sent in the winning tally and ended what Coach V. J 1 Meyer of Bancroft termed one of the finest games he'd ever seen Pairings for the state meet were released by the Legion Post at Bancroft this week. Ottumwa •will meet the winner of the Rock- well-Davenuort game at 2 p.m. Sunday and Bancroft will tan(?lo with Piorson at 8 p.m. Sunday night. Winners of the semi-finals will meet for the title at 8 p.m. Monday. All four of the state meet entrants are undefeated in state play this year. 6-Algono (le.) Upper Des Mo!n« Thuriday, August 6, 1959 To Wed September 27 Countv Swimming Meet At Algona August 11 The second annual Kossuth County Swimming Meet will be held at the Algona swimming pool at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 11, according to pool manager •Howie Stephenson. Entries will be limited to residents of Kossuth count j r and Tare "being received now. There will be competition in fow board and high board diving-. free style, breast'stroke and back- rtroke events for all persons over 11 years of age and boys and girls 10 & under will compete in an 80 foot free style event. Male and female entrants •will be bracketed in 11-13, 14-16 and 17 and over age groups. The meet is sponsored by the city of Algona. Portland Twp. By Mrs, Victor Fitch County League Idled By Rain; 4 Games Sunday Rain took care of the Kossuth County Baseball League's four- game schedule Sunday, leaving Whittemore in ih'e top spot and Hum'boldt, West Bend and Lone Rock battling for first place in the loop. Action will continue, weather permitting, this Sunday. Here's the slate of games: Algona at Lone Rock; West Bend and Whittemore; Mallard at St. Joe; and Humboldt at Ayrshire. With a total of only 51 dentists, Alaska averages one for each 3,157 persons. The engagement and approaching marriage of Temple Lynn Carpenter, shown here, daughter of Mr and Mrs Marble J. Carpenter, La'wton, Okla., and Lt. John W. Dole, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole, Irvington, was announced recently by the bride-elect's, parents. ... . The wedding will be performed Sunday, Sept. 27, at 2:30 p. m. in the New Post? Chapel at Fort-Sill, Okla. Miss Carpenter received -her B.S. degrge iri nursing from the University of Oklahoma' and at present is employed as ; an office nurse at Lawton. Mr Dole graduated from St. Cecelia's Academy here in 1954 and was valedictorian of the 1958 graduating class of Iowa University at Ames. He is now stationed with B Battery, 3rd Howitzer Bn., 30th Artillery, Fort Sill. (UDM Engraving). LOCALS Tom Kenefick is in Chicago visiting friends and attending some baseball games. Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall spent Saturday at the Don Evans cottage at the Okobojis. .; Ray 'Funk and Henry Becker fished at Fairmont .Saturday* Sunday, Mr and Mrs Funk were at the Okobojis. .;...-• Mrs Alice Pierce is recovering from a broken left shoulder suffered six weeks ago in a fall. She had an armful of ,package's» stumbled against the curb"" and lost her balance. The Soroptimist Club had their. program meeting, Wednesday at Hotel Algona. Mrs Glen Graham, soloist, accompanied by iMrs Newton Coughenour, were on --the program and guests of the club. Mr and Mrs Dwighi Sabin, Des Moines, spent from Wednesday till Friday last week with Mrs Sabin's mother, Mrs Martha Adams. Other callers Sunday were Mr and Mrs Phillip Nesheim Cliff Dwellings Home Of Ancient Kiva Ceremonies On a repent editorial tour of Colorado, the editor of this paper '» about visiting Mesa Verde National Park, in 'southwestern *" •""* the ancient Indian cliff dwellings. He mentioned the the Kiya, and the above picture shows what a Kiva f «*«[jvB *»«,*. The Kiyas are the,sound stone units in the foreground ^^IW?^ Or jemal y they were completely enclosed, with only a IjPy^fbvV ^ pwtt Jt was also a c * se of """ e " •flSiu.^UWi Jrof the.Cliff Palace, the largest known cliff and 'family, also of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Ed Wilcox vacationed last week at the Okobojis with Mr and Mrs Gary Smith of Rolfe. .;'- ,,«' v> Mrs Martha Adams was visited last -week by her son-in-laiW and daughter, Mr and Mrs A- H. Del? perding, Cleveland, Ohio, .•Who had come to attend %e funeral services for the father oif !Mr Del- perding at Bancroft. Mrs pel- perding is the former Melva Adams. Mr arid .Mrs John Romer wero visited last Wednesday by Mrs Romer's father, William Beck, Dickens. Saturday their guests were 'her brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs William Beck, Ruthven. "Mr and Mrs James Kolp had the letter's parents', Mr and Mrs Paul tHass, LaCrosse, Wis.,- as guests last 'week. The Kolps have purchased the Homer Tuttle house on south Minnesota street 'and are now moved into it. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith had as guests Saturday the letter's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Elvin Ray Moore and sons Gary and Jeffrey. Muscatine. They also visited Mrs Moore's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Smith. Mr and Mrs Dick Allen are parents of a daughter born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. There are two other girls in the fnm- fily, 'Sandra and Deborah. The little girls are being 'cared for at Burl by the maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Gebkin.' Mr and Mrs Kenneth Parrish returned Sunday from their vacation. A part of it was spent at South Bend, Ind., where they attended the wedding of Kenneth's niece, Barbara Parrish. The rest of the time was spent with relatives and friends at Charles City, Mr and Mrs Paul Lemkee have been visited by the latter's cousin Carol Gaarde, Ai-mstrong, while she attended summer school. Mr and Mrs Harry Sabin drove to Des Moines Sunday to visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Dwight Sabin and were accompanied as far as Grin- nellfby Mr and Mrs K, P. Roney, who stopped there to visit relatives, Mr and Mrs Frank Rueb have moved to their new home on east Main street and have sold their home on east North street to Mr and Mrs Roy Adams, Whittemore. Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick, have been visited by their son .and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Steven Kenefick, who 'have been living in Newport, Rd. Is., .where Steven was recently Commissioned Ensign. With Mrs Kenefick and Ann they have been at the Kenefick cottage at Big Sandy, Minn. After a brief visit here when all returned, the visitors left Sunday .for Des Moines where they will visit Mrs Kenefick's parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Brown, They will then be stationed $.i Jacksonville, Fla., for two months of schooling and •will then go to Sea Jsland; Ga 1 ; En route home Sunday the group stopped at Minneapolis, Minn, to see the P.Q.A. tournament. Mil Kenefick's father, Joe Brown, tool? part in it. A Jandl family reunion' was held Sunday at futile-Lake. Among those present were Clarence Diers of Bancroft, Mcnnet TrUnkhills, Tony Jandls and Mrs George Sengbusch, Gary ' and Darwin nf Milaca, Minn. Mrs George Sengbusch and boys of Milaca, -Minn, visited a week with Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl. Rev. and Mrs Willis Phelps and family of Colorado Springs, Colo, arrived at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home Tuesday. They will spend about 10 days here . visiting r'e 1 a 11 ves , and friends. • ' • A family gathering was held at the Levant Moore home Sun. day. Those attending from here were the Rollp Moores, ' Leroy Phelps, Rev. and'Mrs Willis Phclps and family, Mr and ;Mrs Bernard Phelps and Merle \ and Mr and Mrs Charles Phelps. •Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl and Mrs George Sengbusch and boys were guests at'the 'Hanford Brock home at 'Woden Wednesday," in hortor of (Mike Brock's and Tony Jandl's birthdays, Mrs -Barbara Johns'attended a reunion of Her class of 1949 a week ago , Sunday. Miss Erna Baars also attended. A picnic was enjoyed 'by .the class,' their husbands and wives, alter which, pictures were taken. Mrs Gene Ringsdorf and Gary and Billy Peterson of Des Moines are spending two weeks visiting at the Henry Radmaker and Donald Ringsdorf homes and visiting other relatives and friends around Titonka and (Burt. Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga and Shelly left for their'.home at Rockford, 111. after spending a week visiting their parents, the Amos Kromingas and Bernard Phelps, and. other relatives and' friends around Titonka. • •.-'."; The Mariners club of"the.Burt Presbyterian church enjoyed' 'a picnic Sunday evening at Call Park, Algona. Those attending from Portland were Mr and (Mrs Frank Becker, MrS Tom Jobas and 'Mr and, Mrs ROSCO& Mawdsley, Jr." The program consisjtfd of a .Hymn sing, led by Mrs Rp§i cbe'Mawdsley, Jr. and devotib'n^ by Mr and Mrs 'Frank Becker.'; Mrs Gene Ringsdorf and Gary* Billy Peterson, Mr and Mrs Henry Radmaker and Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf were Sunday guests at the Donald Ringsdorf home;; Mr and Mrs Donald' Ringsdorf and Barbara, (Mrs Gene Ringsdorf and Gary and Billy Peterson were Friday evening guests at the hope of 'Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf in Burt. ;. Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl took Mrs George Sengbusch and boys to Mankato Monday. Marry Pattl&fid. folk* attended the goldert wedding aftnivmafsr of Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson Sunday in the Methodist duifth, Titonka. , Mr and Mrs Vetle ffetebtt Sft4 family visited lh£ Herfoert Hel* sons Friday evening. (Mr siftd SMffc Herbert Nelson of Hof>fcinS, MlnA, were Sunday guests at ihe Verle Nelson home. Mr and iMrs Hoftald Orfel&n, RobeVt and Sandra, Were Sunday evening visitors at the Doftald Ringsdorf home, Gerald Perdue' drove to Wichita, Kansas and brought Janej McColley att£ Kandy Perdue home with him. Tom Johns of Hanover, Ind., son-in-law of Ray MeWnorter will preach tfie sermon in the Burt Presbyterian church Sunday. Mrs Johns and children have been visiting her father and other relatives. and "friends here while Mr Johnsf has been attending summer school. Mr and Mrs 'Victor' Fitch, Korene and Judy, * Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielsen and family, Mrs P. W. Hansen and Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman and family enjoyed a picnic'at the Zimmerman home.Sunday. The afternoon was Spent at Lake Okoboji. "Even if you are'on tht! right trn-^V. Vou,mpy be jrun ove^- if you insist on staying there." TITONKA NEWS Jofe JBestenifrhtiar, Aifona. ftftd Ws Miry i fc&efcwood Tfchdi Mrs Magdalene Bieteh, Wesley, were Indiah Day visitors at the hotne of Mrs Mary Oe&lerreicher. Mr and -Mrs tJaVid Rofeerts of Los Angeles were Mdhday , to Wednesday. Visitors at the home of -Mrs Roberts' mother, Mr and Mrs S&y "Budlong and also at the home of Mr aftd Mrs Everett ftippentrop and other Titonka frieftds. . • Mrs Mary Oesterreicher and Mrs Magalene Bleieh of Wesley attended graveside rites for Mrs Sadie Whalen Saturday morning at Bancroft. x , Mrs Michael Winandy of Glenview, 111. visited Friday at the home of Mrs Mary Oesterreicher. Mr and Mrs Henry. {Van Tlove and family, Mr 'and Mrs Carroll Van Hove, Nancy Boeckholt, Titonka, an,d Keith Van Hove, Mason City, Were recent visitors at the home of (Mr and Mrs George Sachau and family. A picnic dinner .was enjoyed at noon. Mr and Mrs Wayne Miller, Rosalyn and Beth of Versailles, Mo. visited at the Glen .Miller, Len Gallics and Ray (Miller homes the past week. j Vance iReibsamen of Farmington spent the pa^t week visiting friends in and around Titonka. Walker McDonald of Titonka Tyke 1/anes and held ,ber& 6f AlgOftlt'S little ledgu^ pfo- open house Sunday afternoon. grarn .reoefitiy^^eo^leted. thft County Fair Baseball An added feature at the KloS- Suth cqunty fair this year will be ajli-ttle league baseball game between a Wesley-Corwith team and a team fcortiposed of mem- Aug. 18, at 2 p.m. suth Gattnty^Lfeatae teams wili lake the aidftibfid' at the fair* grounds Thursday and Friday Aug. 20-2U aiSo at 2 p.m.,,making three afterftootis of baseball' for fair-goers. PHONE CY 4-3535.- YOUR NEWSPAPER Surt itttetdi for «fif 20ft different Wndt 6f Insects |ftd pttfsj Yet may. How pur* choit this omattng lor IM JMfffM M*. ISifHjr Dtpt FREDERICK HARPW/A;RE STORE , The best place in Algona to buy fine'^uality hardware — at k saving! were going •;• • • : • ...... tUT-,-:'../'-- w • over BRAND NEW ELECTRIC PORTABLE MADE BY SINGER RACKED BY SINGER All these features of machines selling for as much as CONVENIENT »'DROP-IN" TOP BQBBjtf NUMBERED DIAt TENSION CpNT^Ol SIMpUflft B088IN VyiNOIR '\ VAKIABU SPEED'fOOT CONTROL: HAHDY BA«TACmtV!R SINGER PARTS, SINGER SERVICE ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER IN THIS SHIPMENT SINGER SEWING CENTER . lUled In phon* book und«r SINGER SEWINO MACHINE COMPANT 608 Central Ft, Dodge, Iowa Tti* smos? jwo, ^ ALL SUMMER MERCHANDISE REDUCED BELOW REDUCTION! Slacks! Values to $65.00 Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts and Knits Save Shirts! Cool — Zephyr Cloth Dress Shirts, White or Colored 2 . 45 =v ,. Values to $4.00 Boys' Short Sleeve Sport Shirts and Knits Save WE CANT MENTION ALL SALE ITEMS. (We Can't Afford the Space). WE'LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU!! —Salesmen, Back Monday So Come In Right Away Per These Great Savings !

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