The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1946 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 4, 1946
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i>AGE EIGHT- .ALGONA WPKIt DBS MOINES, ALGONA IOWA Algona Junior Legion Team Is Winner In First Game, 4 to 0 Behind the three-hit pitching of Loren Johnson, the Algona Junior American Legion baseball team won its first game, Memorial Day afternoon at the fairgrounds, defeating Rodman, 4 to 0. Fogarty, highly rated hurler for the powerful Rodman high school team, was unable to pitch because of a sore arm, and played third base, but Douglas performed creditably on the mound for the visitors, whiffing 13 Algona batters. How Runs Scored In the first inning, White and Waldron scored on the first of Skilling's three hits, and Algona then filled the bases but was un-. able to tally further. In the fifth frame, Algona scored again. This time with Skilling on bast?, after his third successive hit, Kollasch banged a double to right. Then Crapscr made up for two previous strikeouts with a line drive to center for a double, scoring Kollasch with the final run. The climax to the game came in the seventh. After Johnson had hit the first batsman, a grounder went to Skilling, who threw to White for an attempted double play which failed. Then a ground ball was hit to Johnson who threw to While for the second out, and White relayed it to Crapser for a perfect double play with steps to spare. In the Algoria lineup were Mergen, White, Johnson, Skilling, Stephenson, Elbert, Crapser, SkogstrUm and Kollasch, and the boys turned in a fine performance. Johnson struck out nine Rodman batters, allowed three walks and hit two with throws. Douglas allowed one walk and hit one batter for Rodman. Lotts Creek Man Escapes Serious Injury By Tractor Lotts Creek: "Doc" Kressin had the misfortune of being run over by a tractor. He is not seriously injured. Gale Carlson of Burt is spending a weekend with her friend Imogcnc Metzgcr. The Lutheran school held its picnic at the school grounds Thursday morning and afternoon. Moving pictures were shown by Teacher Lusmann in the morning and afternoon. A potluck dinner was served at noon by the mothers. There was a large attendance, mf Mr. and Mrs. Ben Westmoreland and family from Clara la., were Thursday visitors at the Marion Stucki home. Mrs. Peter and her daughter Esther of Corwith and Mrs. Art Zumach and girls visited Mrs. Edwin Lucdtkc Thursday afternoon. Band practice was held Monday evening at the store with all members present. Mrs. Harold Calclwell had an operation Wednesday at the Algona Kossuth hospital. At this writing she is getting along fine. Mrs. Otto Leisncr and Orlo of Austin, Minn, arrived Monday at the Edwin Wichtcndahl's and are visiting friends. Those attending the birthday party for Mrs. Martin Meyer Thursday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach and Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Zumach and Mr. and Mrs.Ewald Rusch and family of Whittcmorc, Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch and Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke and Edward, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Genplcr and family of here and Wm, Meyer of Fcnton. Nicholas Krieps Is Very Seriously 111 Sexton: Nicholas Krieps, brother of N. J. Krieps east of town, is in a serious condition at the Kossuth hospital. He is well up in years and hasn't been out much lor some time. Donald Jennings is convalescing from a recent tonsilectomy at the Kossuth hospital. Frank and Lloyd Wise, Dell De- Vary, Eldon and Duane DeVary, all of Mason City were Memorial afternoon visitors at the Alfred Opheiin home. The Lloyd Steven family of Mapleton, Minn., visited Memorial day at the parental Harvey Steven and Mrs. Sarah Wise homes. The Sexton W. S. C. S. will hold their Pixie Sister party at the Sexton hall Thursday afternoon, June fi. The committee in charge is Mrs. Harold Hunt. Mrs. Harvey Steven and Mi.s. B. E. Sanders. The Glenn Gabrielsons and the Harold Hunts attended the young married group dinner at LuVerne Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stratton and son Monty, of Britt accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Donald Spitlcr of Burlington visited Memorial day «.I'lernoon at Ihe home of their grandmother Mrs. Sarah Wise. •Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sanl'ord of Badser and Mns. Frank Sanl'ord of I.uVerne were callers in the Glenn Gi'Vielson home Thursday even- ina. •Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Canady, now of Lune Rock, are the parents of a 10 Ib. 8 oz. boy born at the Kossuth hospital on Memorial day. Mrs. Canady is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings. Frank McCorkle and daughter Vcra, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Phylor and the latter's sister, all of Mason City were Wednesday callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goedci's and and family. Mr. McCorkle is an uncle of Dennis. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS Horn* Ctmfort thai • Hpimtim* with in EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JQI Phone ui lod«y CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 AiGONA, IOWA CEREMONIES CLOSE OTTOSEN SCHOOL Ottosen: The Ottosen school year was climaxed Friday with many activities and a picnic at the school. Eighth grade graduating exercises were held in the morning with six graduates being honored. Ramona Loos played the processional, followed bv musical numbers from the tiirls sextette, and Mrs. E. -A. Bundv introduced the senior class. Dorothy Bratland, Charlene Movick. Ralph Gallon, Louise Jacobson, and Donna Mae Movick each gave readings. LeRoy Jacobson offered a vocal solo, and diplomas were then presented by Mrs. Buncly. Awards were uresonlad <o those with the highest scholastic averages from the grades through 'ho h'"h school. Greta Fowler received an award for the only perfect attendance in school. Mrs. Adah Rannels gave gifts to the girls who helped her bv playing accompaniment. Thcv were Geta Fowler, Ramona Loos and Marjorie Hunclertmark. •At noon a picnic was enjoyed, races were run, a one-act play was prescnetd in the afternoon with Kenneth Bryant as direct- r >* - . Taking nart in the play, "Red ^lannels," were Violet Nelson, Ruth Larson, Eldon Hundert- rnark, Paul Mever, Ralph Jacobson and Kenneth Struthers. Following the play, the girls' kittenball teams played. Burt Vet Stricken, Brain Hemorrhage Burt: Roy Ollom suffered a brain hemorrhage Wednesday and Thursday was taken by ambulance to the Veterans' Hospital in DCS Moines. His sister, Mrs. Ed Weiske, accompanied him. Mr. Ollom served in the navy until a few months ago. He and his brother Gerald operate the K. & H. Service Stalion. News from him on Friday said his condilion was vorv serious. YOUR FORD DEALER KNOWS BEST HOW TO KEEP YOUR IN SHAPE FOR YOUR NEXT CAR * BRING YOUR FORD "NOME" FOR SERVICE * Your Ford Dealer AGATHA THILGES, ST. JOE, WILL BE BRIDE JUNE 18TH St. Joe: Banns of marriage were published Sunday by Rev. Father Geo. Theobald in St. Joseph's church for Miss Agatha Thilges, daughter of Peter N. Thilges, St. Joe, and Wilfred Schneider of Watkins, Minn. The wedding will take place Juno 18 in St. Joseph's church. Daughters for Kellners Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kcllner »ro parents of a daughter born Thursday morning. Mrs. Kpllner's mother,' Mrs. Geo. HiHman of Wesley is caring for mother and daughter. Bernadine Hilbcrt is assisting with the household duties. The Kellners now have two girls and tvvo boys. Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding entertained relatives Friday evening in honor of their daughter S'clla Mae's graduation. Those present were: the Adam Reding h\- illv of Rjdman. the Geo. Keeling family oC West Bend, the Alfred Reding family, tha Ralph Reding family, the George Bpr- mann family, and the Orville Wagner family of St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Krainer and daughter of Livermorr. The Rivcrdalc Rustlers 4-H club met Monday afternoon, May 27, at the home. of their club leader, Mrs. J. M. Patterson, to complete their plans for Rally Day at Burt. Miss Piekhttm, county home/ eeoribrnlst, was a guest and helped the club members practice a skit, .'Stars of Courtesy,' which is to toe presented on Rally, Day, • Tec. 5 John Gapesius, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jfulius Capesius, has been transferred from Camp Grant, 111., to Selfridge Field, Mich. Misses Veronica Stessman and Olive Sundernian of Earling, la., spent several days the past week at the John P. Bormarttt home. Miss Stessman Is a sister of MfS. Bormann and Miss Sunderrtlan is her niece. They, stopped here while enroute home frorrt a Visit With a sister and aunt in Milwaukee, WiS. Mr. ahd Mrs. Will Reding and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Nick Reding home near Whittemore. OFl'lCfi SUPPLIES — A gobd stock oh hand, getting larger every day. Fill your fteads at The Algona U^per tied Moines office. St. .Benedict Folk* Memorial Day Ho»t« Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer, Ben G. Studer, Emma Studer, Mrs. Irdn« Stud» and Mary Jane and Mr. and MM, Ed Garman'-and David called at the Gregory Studer Home In St. Benedict Thursday afternoon. Greg Studer's sist*r t MrSi <.._.. vie Irfimerfall, hersdh and daUg ter-Irt-law Mr. *h<J Mrt. A Miner/all and their two < of Avon, Minn., -were also srt the Grey Studer home. SUV your prjnted of wedding Invitations ahd an* nduneements at the Algona Upper DCS Motnes, •.'.,•• Silf I Tuesday and Wednesday June 4-5 GERALD JANIS MOHR-CARTER MC BLORE • JOHN ABBOTT . DON BEDDOC MULE ROBERTS • ROBERT SCOTT Scrtcnpliy by Mjllm Bertelty Ind Edftird Dfftl Butd upon i Mark by Louii Jowph Vince Prated by TED RICHMOND-DiiifHif by D.ROSS lEOtdHAN f I I 4 Second Attraction Roy Rogers in 'RAINBOW OVER TEXAS" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 6-7-8 STAN KENTON-S BAND OF THE YEAR in tlit m.rrint musical tj lityiar! JINX FAIKENBDRG FORREST TUCKER- JOE BESSER SUH KENTON tun HIS ORCHESTRA tflplly b( R.chiid Wul l«d lit Tkoau Second Atraction Buster Crabbe in "FIGHTING BII^L CARSON" Extra Added Serial "Jungle Raiders" FATHER'S DAY is JUNE 16* h (and it's not a bit too early to get his gift, while stocks are most complete) For Your Dad! HUB A Gift the "HUB" Will Click With Dad! Summer Neckwear to Please Him! GC from SUPERBA and McCURRACH summer ties ,->' Hie Hub . . . two of the most famous names iii men's ' neckwear. Also, smart hand-loomed wool tics by the Rto Grande Weavers. Give him a colorful or subdued . pattern as your Dad desires! $1 „ $3.50 We Have House Slippers Again ! Yes, the kind of house slippers a man likes— the kind lift RTOCS for when evening rolls around . . . are here at the Hub again! His old ones probably need replacing. — how about a new pair for such little cost! $3.50 Belts Make a Grand Gift to Him! "I'lie new belts are the real he-man type . . , tough, sturdy, but mighty good-looking! Our selection here at the Hub Is the best in years, with scores of new belts made by Pioneer and Tex-Tan. Select one! $1 to $2.50 A Grand Bunch of Men's Sweaters ! His old sweaters probably aren't what they used to be ... please him with a nice new pull-over or coat sweater for those nfppy nights ahead. Older Dads, especially, would like one of these comfortable coat sweaters, McGregor Sporjts Smj-ts^re Light, cool rayons that keep a man on ihp fresh side even on hottest days . . . and good-wearing wool silting for his more active sports. You know how McGregor tailors n snorts shirt — they're tops! . '.jf. • . ' •$1.95 J $3 JO Sox by Holeproof and Interwqven Nothing would please him better — if he's an average Dad —than a box with half a dozen pairs of these rugged wearing .sox. Rayons, lisles and wools. Regular length or cool shorties, 45c t o $1.50 Fpr That Regular Guy— a Fine Jacket! You bet Dad is » regular guy ... he deserves one of these well-built, well-tailored jackets. We have them In comfy poplin, wools and leather. He wouldn't think of asking for such a gift— why not bowl him over with a very spe* cial jacket! $5 to $25 Best Straw Hat Selection Sinfc 1941 ! All MC need is hi* head sl*e feieak a Ipok inside the h#t he's wearing now) and. we'll help you se|ect n breezy new Panama. Ba,H.»iintal*i.llg!jt flf- d »rk straw, We have shapes and straws from the country's finest makers. $2 t « $7,50 Perhaps Ypu Are Thinking of ft Robe! Very well— the Hub has ieme nice ones, the quantity is limited,but toliwltty to lately here, A N»!* T» man biiMr he neldom buys^hut it's a rift thatis aj w » ys appreciated. , , THE CLOTHIERS

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