The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1948 · Page 4
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it" « Upper ancroft Anil urtWinln . l i i . H I I < i 11 i Bancroft and Burt, two Kos th league entries in the distrld ro tournament at Bancroft d by their first opponent! Saturday night in the tour' and prepared to face two iffer' rivals Wednesday nigh • Under the lights at Bancroft. Burt slaughtered the Algona Independents, Saturday night, in .6% innings, 12-1. The Burt boys •were jUst too old and experiencec for the greener local lads anc .found 'the going easy throughoir the evenng. For Burt, 12 runs 'nine hits and three errors; for Algona, one run, four hits anc five errors. Batteries, for Burt Norman and Long; for Algona :t>umki ; eiger, Smith and Downs In the nightcap, the Bancroft Lions showed Kossuth county that they are one of the bettei teaips to appear in this territory in quite some years by thumping Forest City 13-4. Batteries in .that game, Bancroft, Nurre, Donahue and-Froehle: Forest City, H. Thompson and Ellinan. Tomorrow night. Buffalo Center will meet the Lions at 9 p. m. and Rake, leaders in the border league will tangle with Corwith. Conflicting date/ will postpone the finals of the tourney until next week. Rain Is Again Baseball's Foe Old man weather is definitely a baseball lover. For. pgain last Sunday, he blew up a big tain in the morning, forcing postponement of all games in the Kossuth league. At St. Joe, St. Benedict and the hosts attempted to run off the scheduled game but after 1'/-, innings of scoreless baseball, they decided to call it all off and try some other time. There were no games scheduled in the Border League. West Bend Nine Wins Two More The;West Bend Junior Legion won its 8th and 9th game of"the season by defeating Titonka 6-0, Thursday evening and Fort Dodge, 12-1, Friday evening. Johnny Bell gave Titonka but three hits and was in no serious trouble during the game. Paul Meyer defeated Fort Dodge at Dodger Stadium and allowed two 'hits,. striking out 17 men and walking but one. Pat McGuire of West Bend led the hitting attack against the •fort Dodgers by pounding out two doubles and a single. Ledyard Auxiliary Elects Officers • Ledyard — Mrs. R. B. Rogness was elected president of the Led\yard American Legion Auxiliary -at a unit meeting held last Thursday. Mrs. j. McDonald was named as vice-president, Mrs. Fred Smith is secretary, and Esther ureen, treasurer. Mrs. Grace Countryman was named music chairman, and other committee heads are- Mrs George Jacobson, child welfare'; Mrs ' ™* x Nit/, poppies; Mrs. -bred Darnell, publicity; Mrs Aubrey Waterhouse, rehabilitation; Esther Green, Mrs. Dyer and Mrs. J. McDonald, membership; Mrs. G. Countryman, work; Mrs. H. Hardt and Mrs. Threcsa Krapp, hostesses. "Meeting nights were changed to the last Tuesday of the month. uerald Gordon, son of Mr. and .. Mrs. Ray Gordon, gave the group a report on Boys' State, and Mrs. uordon became a new member Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Smith and Leonora and they served a fine lunch. Bride, June 23, Of Wesley Man Whilterriofe — Loretta Priester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Priester of Whittemore, and Clare Hildrhart, son 'of Mrs. Georee Hildmari, Wesley, were married Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock June 23. The Rev. Raymond Pick, Conducted (he single ring cereriiony at St. Michael's' Catholic church. Mrs. J. M. Fleming played the wedding march and Joan Kelly and Eleanor Fleming sang during the the home of M"rs. Margaret Mer gen. The guests included farrt ilies of George, Mike, and ttaf vby Mergen, Mr. and Mri. MltoS Thill, Hubert Merflln, Mr, fend" Mrs. Mike Heider-scheld, Mr. and. -.Mrs. Poter Mtieller, the .Rev, Raymond Pick, George and, Lloyd Mueller, Mrs. Erwin Frl- deres and family^' Mr. ahd^ Mrs. Norbcrt Friders, arid Mr. and Mrs. Rayjnond Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck, Lone Rock, and Mi\ and- Mrs. Gerald Ollom, Burt, and Mr..,and Mrs. Milton Espe and son Brian, Whittemore, were Thursday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Mrs. Wm. Schwanke of Cedar Falls visited at the "home of Mr.- and Mrs. Arthur Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wagner," Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Mathers, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Ostwald, Herman Voigts, here, and ' the Edward Hansons, Algorra, and ^t the Is Kin Of Wife Of Gov. Warren . Swea City—The republican national convention just past was of more than usual interest to many Swea Cityans by reason of the kinship of one of the presidential candidates with the founder of the Swedish colony here, the late Capt. R. E. Jean*on, landowner and capitalist of the 1870s, who brought hundreds 01 Swedish immigrants to northwest Kossuth and ; built a 21-room manor house on his Eagle township estate. His late wife's niece is the wife of Governor Warren of California, candidate for president, who eventually accepted the vice-presidential nomination. Mrs. Rena Jeanson Tuttler, Des Moines, who was a guest of honor at Svyea City's Golden Anniversary in 1946, is a first cousin of Mrs. Warren. Tlje Algona posjtoffice will be closed aU day Mopday, July 5, 1948, There will be no residence, business or rural deliveries of niaji" oh that day. Th.e general deliyery window will be" open fi-op^ 9:30 a. m. to 10 a. m. for the benefit of those patrons w h ° wish tp get their mail. All; Jp- coming and ^uigping roa.il Ayil.1 be worked as usu,al, T^he lobby will be open all day. WANT APS BftlffG . .... were acolytes. The bride's attendant was Mary Joyce Kollasch. and Irwin Hildman, the groom's "brother, was best man. A breakfast was served to intimates of the couple at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Priester, and a wedding was served' at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, brother-in-law and sister of the brdie. After a short wedding trip the young couple will be at home on the grooms mother's farm near Wesley. Mrs. Hildman grew up in this community and graduated from the West Bend high school, and has been --at . home here with her parents. At Girls' State Helen Reding, representing the Seely-Walsh post 425 of the American Legion, is now attending the 1948 Hawkeye Girls' State at Grinnell. Girls' State will feature daily study sessions explaining government procedures. City, county and state elections following closely the actual election setup in Iowa will practically demonstrate the proced- ires discussed. Helen returned home Sunday, is the camp ended June 26. Word From Sailor Carroll Schmeling, son of Mr and Mrs. Harry Schmeling, Whitemore, vyho enlisted in the navy Way 24, is now stationed at Sari Diego, Calif. He is company •oeman; his work includes book vork and finger printing. He \\pects to be moved in the near uture to Camp Farragut. He graduated with this year's class n the Whittemore high school. Family Reunion Mr. and Mrs. George Mcrgcn and son, of Roseville. Calif., spent a week here visiting with Mr. Mergen's mother, Mrs. Margaret Mergen and other relatives. The Mergen's had not visited here since 1945, and their son Paul, a pubic accounant and a veteran of the last war, had not been here since before the war. Last Sunday at a dinner buf- let a family reunion was held at the former Marie Voigt, A 7-pound boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jergens at the Frank Givons hospital, West Bend, last week Sunday.' ' The Rev. Victor Kollasch of Sioux City visited here'with his parents, Mr. and, Mrs, C. E. Kollasch. H,e came Here June" 11 and the following day he was accompanied by his parents to Milwaukee, Wis., where they Visited, another son and family. Wednesday evening. dinner guests at the A. S. Elbert home were Dr. L. W. Fox and Emma Elbert of Tucson, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. Norvin Elbert and son Dennis of Emmetsburg, a'nd Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Elbert and sons, of here, Dr. Fox and Emma Elbert left for Tucson on Thursday, after visiting here two weeks. Among those who attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller, Armstrong, Sunday, 'were" Mr. and Mrs. John Waldron and John Jr., Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Rooney, Geraldine and Margaret Rooney of Whittemore. Mr. and -Mrs. Frank Foley attended a state County Officers convention held in Des Moines from Wednesday until Friday of last week. Helen and Mary Catherine Farrell, Des Moines, returned home with the Foleys on Friday evening, and returned to Des Moines the following Sim-' dav evening. Mrs. Rose Zabel returned to her home in West Allis, Wis., Saturday evening after visiting at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs; Louis Braatz. Mr. Braatz became seriously ill four -weeks and is still m a coma, in which he has been since becoming ill. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Mathiasen and daughter Janet Ann of Council Bluffs are visiting at the home of Mrs. Mathiasen's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody, Harry Hargreaves of Omaha, father of Mrs. Mathiasen, was ,ti Sunday visitor with the Carmodys. < Mr. and 'Mrs. James Bisenius visited with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lenhart, Storm Lake, Sunday. Joan Bisenius, who had been vis- I I Cities Service SPORTSCAST SOFTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS w Percival : 3 International 2 Sargents 2 Farm Bureau 2 Kirk ____. 2 JayCees . 1 Lions l Natl Guard 1 WeiderUioff 0 VFW 0 L Pet. 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 l.OOQ .500 .333 .333 .250 .000 2 2 2 3 2 3 .000 Last Week Scores League JayCeesJS, Natl Guard 3 lions |4, Harolds (Emmetsburg) 16 Qther games postponed because of rain and wet grounds. League Schedule (Coming Week) 3Q- Natl Guard vs, VFW Weidenhoff vs. Halls July 1- Sqrgent vs. Percival vs. VFW Sargent vs. Kirk International vs. Led yard Thi? new weekly feature is sponsored by i^lrig With the '^efihaftS,* Jamel Kwan'altfth,' Leh,.. 1 s Mi'. 1 arM'Krt. HhMji"SW._ Mr.. artfl Mrs. Kay;' 'CTflrllsIeY. *a* tttfhecffcflrn BfetaviCm..' Tusl- 'd>y! v f last weoki \$?erVtHe?'W (fended tne funeral 6f M Carlisle* 'a • lister of Ci thfe' . Carlisl6, a sister 'of tWfe'Ift'W f fi Seely. ' Maurice Ray and J,oanrie Ca^ lisle, son and daughter,., 06, Mf, and Mrs, Win'filld r^flJSjlU Rut lattd, spent last week 'at tfi home of their grandparents, M: and Mrs. Ray Carlisle, Here. Peter Schumacher wiStln' ^._, komis, III., from June IT until June 15, where he-attended the funeral of Hertry BulfeSfeia/' al. uncle. Mr. Btillesfeld has sperit several summers her.e l -with. tKe Schumachers. • * j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisele and sorts Paul and Bobby visited with Mrs. George Miller, Stbrrrt Lake', Sunday. Gerald Rooney, R. N., Whittemore, and Helen O'Brien erf Emmetsburg were' in Des Moines Wednesday. Roger and Jack Uhlenhake, ac* companied by Delofes McKenria and Jean Behonek of Livermore drove to Rochester Sunday, Where Jack entered a hospital fdr treatments, until Wednesday, On that morning ho underwent a leg operation. His father, John Uhlenhake, laft for Rochester Tuesday to, be with his son, the following day. Mary Jane Uhlenhake and Ar- marid Elbert of here.' a'cqompan- ied Loren Barker and his high school band of Fentort to Mason City, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goebel and Mr." and Mrs. Herman Schultz of Fairmont, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the former's son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold ' Heiij- rich. Mrs. Schultx and Mrs, Heinrich are sisters. Mrs. Alice Schultz left Wednesday for Des Moines, Albi,a, and Washington, la., where she will visit a sister'and'two brothers. Later she plans to v,isit a sister in California. Deiterings Hosts At Bancroft Bancroft—Mi^ and Mrs. Henry Deitering were .entertained at the home of their son, Albert Deitering, Bancroft. Other children and their families attending were Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Deitering arid children, Sharon, Steven, Judy Jackie, Kathleen and Mary'Sue," Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sheridan and Pat and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Lavyrence Walsh and Barbara and Ann Marie. -• ',/' Mary Alice Fox of Algona spent the weekend visiting at the Homer McCarthy home in Bancroft. Her parents came Sunday wittvRuth Fojj, who-will spend a few days at the Art Reri- ger farm near Bancroft. Mr. arid Mrs. Charles Fox and Alice returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred. Hudson and Tommy of Algona visited Sunday "Please, Petersl I'd rather you didn't t,ell ma about your fishing trip during business hours." • FISHERMAN'S You may not , that here at Friesner's Sports Center we. have a complete and up-to- the-minute phot^ogra- phic department. Our photographic' Stock pf- fers ^yeryihing -"'you need tbi ma,ke din iA- foresting, permanent record of v. a'c a h o.'ii trips and sports occasions. Come'in and see wh'af : wd. !; haVe "to" offer, phofb eni'hus'iasis! FRIESNER'S BULLETS FROM THE SKY You May Have A HALE invest GET Blossom Insurance INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS AlfiONA, IOWA WHEEL BALANCING FRONT END ALIGNMENT MOTOR TUNE-UP . Sn.lcs * .1)1;: SOTO — PLVMOUTH * Set-vice We«t of, Court House H. L. Iloonk . 97 OF A SERIES Presenting 'The Farme/s of Kossuth County MARK McGUIRE On, the sunny afternoon when we drove into the McGuire yard on tHe farm in Riverdale township, young Mark was repairing a tractor and at the same lime having a chat over corning • 4-H Club events with the 4-H counsellor. We joined in on the interesting conversation about club work; 'farming, etc., and'then drew young Mark's picture. Mark, 17 years old, is r the son of Mark T. McGuire. The family lives on a 200 acre farm in Riverdale, and some years'ago lived in Algona, where they still own a home." V - ' : •' ; v'";' On finishing school at St. Joe/ where he is a junior, Mark intends to enter college, but a* this time he has not fiflly made up his mind what course he will take. He is strong for athletics, playing first base and right field positions in baseball, also basketball. He likes hunting, fishing, likes to listen to band music on the radio and says he "reads what ho has j 0 at school," ^ •, ! . Mark has 13 brothers and suiters. They are Bill, .29, a,nd. Don/ 20, bp^h married. • Leonard, 19, Pat, 16, E^wBKl/li Hel$n* & Luke, l\, Ann, 10, tyary, 9. David, 7, Michael, 5, Richard, 4, and Florence, just seyen months. Mark himself is, a- member of the St, Joe 4-H Trojans,'ana takes a very active interest in 4-H work, • ' • OUR PECMMAR RESPONSIBILITY 1 ! ' People are coming mere and more to SUM; Of their fa^nk, not ii> |l» old narrow limits of a me^f money^han- dlflig agency, b«| it sn r ' ' " t«Aio;j devoted to " fare, We have two.major djuiiej in: ing ou ' [«.«<T

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