The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1946 · Page 3
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MOINES, ALGONA Tuesday and Wednesday, June 18-19 .OllyW de' MAVlLLAND 1 Mtr , < NacVcy JLUPIMO t CQL$MAN • and'Paul HtNRlED , Firitlay and;Sattu-day, June 20^21-22 Thursday Soap BOJ: Derby Day Show frojm 2 P. M. 4 MUSICAL tM- a wS, STOCY! TECHNICOLOR Added "Under Sea Spear Fishing" "Hollywood Daffy" News Sunday and Monday, June 23-24 IT'S ALL YOU HOPEQV FOR ...AND MOREf' as Clio. Ills xomin (rom N»* Oiltin EDNA FERBER'S s , I ' ^•^^^•'^^^^^iil^i^::-'^ - •.-. ^iMiiiK^^^^i^^iim^^ Mrs. Florence Orlhsl of Beach, Calif., is here visiting her arpther, Milton Fox, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Lee came Tuesday from California 'or a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee. • ,Mrs. Lee is a sister of Mrs. W. T. Giossi. Helen Barton of Council Bluffs spent Saturday and Sunday in Algona wilih her mother, Mrs. J. 3. Johnston, sister, Mrs. H. > E. Larrrpright, ancl brother, Ed Carney. LaVonrut Adams went to Dee Moines last week to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. O. W. Gaunt. LaVonne is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Adams. Harold Carlson, Aline Martinek and Doris Miller leU Saturday for St. Louis to attend the Int«rnFtional Brotherhood of Ma- cian'j Society They will return Thursday. Mr, and Mrs, Robert Schoby left Friday for Aberdeen, S. D., to visit her aunt Mrs. Ed Bratt- •t for a week. The B r .ittvcts will bring them back and visit nere a few days. Mrs. Heinie Fisher Underwent major surgery a week ago Monday at the General hospital in Des Moines. Mr. Fisher reports that she is fine and is expected home the middle of this week. | Mrs. F. A, Corey left ibis morning for Seattle, Wash., to spend several weeks with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Herzog. The Her:sogs plan to bring her home in August. Mike Loss is a paiieni in a Fori Dodge hospital, where he has been for a week or ten days. He had a heart attack several weeks FI^O, but had been able to be downtown until the first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Nauroth moved to Garner last week, where he will operate a D-X station. Mrs. Neuroth is operating a cafe and is being assisted by her sisters, Leona and Burnadette Wagner. Mrs. Lee ?Reinhardl and children John and Levvan of Sharon Springs, Kans., are here visiting the former's mother. Mrs. Mary Behliner. who continues to improve nicely 'following the; illness she had this spring. Mr. and Mrs. Hoss Coleman and the. latter's brother, Charles Adams, of Louisville, Ky., came Sunday .for a week with local relatives. They will attend the Dutton familv reunion which is being held Saturday. Father John J. Thilges, S. V. D.; spent Thursday noon at the .homes of his uncles, the late J. P. and Leonard Thilges. Father Thilges came from .Carroll,where he had given a-retreat, cCter a short visit here he left for LaCrosse, Wis., to give another retreat. Mr., and Mrs. John Wheelock left Sunday by auto fdr a week's visit with the Joe McMurray family at Tola. Kans. Mrs. McMurray and Mrs. Wheelock are sisters, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. "Wes" Robinson, now deceased, well know pioneers of Kossuth county. Verona and Mary Jo Krjeps left or St. Louis and Chicago respectively last week after being called home by the illness and death of their uncle, Nick Krieps. Verena will go to New York, Atlantic City, and other eastern points before returning to St, Louis.. • % Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pierce and children arrived Wednesday from. San Bernardino, Calif., and are visiting the former's daughter, Mrs. Eldon Lindstrom and father Charles Pierce. Mr. Pierce, who formerly operated the Meyers Cafe, has been running an army cafeteria in San Bernardino and is now looking for a new location. Mr, and Mrs. Bud Barnard left Sunday for Minneapolis to visit the latter's brother, Emerson Van Arnum, and mother, Mrs, Daisy Van Arman' of Tacoma, Wash. They will then go to Cass Lake for a week, returning by way of Grand Forks, N. D., where they will visit relatives before returning, to Algona. They will be home. July 1. More Stricken Farmers Aided .liflimy, son of Mr. and M*S* L. J. Reed had a tonsilectomy at-the General hospital last Tupsday. . Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcolt left Sunday for Park Rapids,. Mitfn., where they will spend two weeks vacation, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steven recently visited their daughter ,and husband Mr. and Mrs* ivari'HirJaes nt Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Mary i Stantort of DCS Moines, and sotr- ' spent last weekend with MarRJg mother Mrs. .Josephine Stpnton, •'.'' ,' Mra. Mary La Ins (eft', Saturday for Grand Island, Neb., <fpr a visit of several weeks with 'her sister Mrs. Agnes B. Hall. Mrs. Emily lleldcmvltli returned last mid-week from a visit of several days with her son Trvin and family at Swea City, '\' ; ~ •,• • -. Corrlnn Button, Of the XQhijIs- tensen store, left a Vfeek ago SUn- day on vacation which she W .spend at Laramie. Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. John Klrlt and Lee Hopkins went to Minneapolis last week Tuesday to driV'e a new car back for the Kirk Auto Co, Bill Pletcli has returned t,b Drake ' university after spending a week's vacation with his parents 'Mr. and Mr;;. H. W. Plptch. He is taking pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. Newton .Scott arc oarents of a girl, iborn a week ago last Friday at the KossUth hospitai, I he seventh child. 'Mrs. Scott is employed at Swifts. Mr. and Mrs. Mar,t Bobo, of Bra'•'am, Minn., went home'last Wpek Monday after having been called here by the serious illness of Mrs. Anna Wauge, who is now much better. ' ' - -','.' .'( '•-.• Mr. and Mrs. .Frank Ilojscoe returned Friday fromrtBfiOok, Ind.. from a visit with the letter's mother Mrs. Lillie Anlcliff. They had hocn gone since the proceeding Sunday. Mrs. R. H. Miller spent some time with her parents Mr. ancl Mrs. L. G. Thompson at Estherville during Mr. Miller's absence on a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. *• Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Thorpe drove IT Ames Thursday to bring home their daughtes Jean. She /will'leave today for Washington, D..C., where she will be in Y. W.,C r A.'employ for the summpr. ,^:.;;. Mr. and Mrs. GfenKahcs;,drove to Iowa City Thursday'of'la's;t'week to bring homp their daughter j Meredith, student at the univer-! sity. remaining till Saturday-to at- > tend the commencement exercises.' Mr. and Mrs, Johil'.Steil came home last mid-week from 'Lake Okoboji wherp they had spent few days fishing, ..afieri, assistin their daughter "Mrs..;HeJen;<BentQj and her •! s.pn Oary get, .settled; in a cottage wihich she *haa^taken 'for the summer. X * ; •* : Mr. and 'Mrs. W. S. .WifcfleU, »nd their daughter 'Mrs. ^|>j?erfass returned Friday from'Visits since Tuesday with B/Ir. and Mrs. John Thurau at Des.Motoes aJjfCMr. aijd Mrs. James Altw.egg at Kedfiejri. Mrs. Thurau and,Mrs. Altjyegg are also daughters of Mr. ifarid Kf Windpll. • ' ;• -', ••*'""•••'• ' Mr. and Mrs. Soren Nelson, of Woodburn, Ore., arrived, last week Monday for a visi,t with: the form- pr's brother Otto-N.elson and with sons at Titonka and Kanawha. The Nelsons, former residents of the Doan neighborhood, had before reaching Algona, visited relatives at Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. WiHse, of Knox, N. 0., called,' on Mr. and Mrs. W A. Ladpndorff last week Sunday. Mr. Wiltse. is a cousin of Mr. iLadendorff. :The visitors wu - e returning from Washington, D. C,, where they had Visited their son Lyle and wife, teacher's jn a school in Virginia. ' ' . ^ Mrs. Margaret Reynolds and daughtpr Mary Loul. of .Rinston, N. C., left recently £or .Naperyil IH., for a visit with another sister and husband IVfr. aniAjMrs. L, Stover and family,' 'following u three weeks visit here with Mi 1 , and Mrs, F. :M. Holt, Mrs. Holt »s a.sister of Mrs. Reynolds. Kenneth, son of County Agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown, arrived Thursday from Ames but left Sunday for Preists 'River, Ida.no, where he will be with 50 boys in a forestry camp. A truck carrying the boys bedding and otbpr suppjies left Ames a few days ago. The boys will be in oamp three'months, We are always glad id note the kindly acis often performed when neighbors and friends are In adv*r»ity, and ihe Chas. Nelson family living in Prairie township rtftaf Corwilh have lately b«»n favored by their neighbors, who lasi week Monday gathered af iheii: home and spent the day ffuliivaling the Itelson field of growing corn. Mr. Nelson harf B«en in the H«- pital for three weeks with a broken leg. Among those •who helped in the work were Henry Arndorfer, Joe EiMnbach"/ AV*M* Johnson, L« Cole. CJa fence Nelson, Vines Ekenbaefier and Elmer Olaye. It is needless ffl say thai ihe Nelsons are deeply grateluV fo* ike kind act. Anolh0r, similar, good neijfH&P* aci Wok place at the Henty N*l*fln farm, near Sexton, tecently. when 18 ijft.ert with; frtelors and culti- v*i4t* gathered to do field wprjt wWLe Mr. Nelson is in, lh« hospifal. Honor members gave a birthday party for Mrs, Geering. surprise j tfaonil Circle— • • t -',, , ... .; -. William the? Naomi df«e met with, ' Ah ton AfidefsoH Pictured above is Marjorie Weber, Whittemore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon P. Weber, who became the bride of Bernard D. Ferden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ferd^n of Rolfe, in ceremonies at Whiltemore. Monday, June 17. A complete account of the wedding will. be. found in the WhHtemore news in this issue. ^^0 J ^^^^jy^gi tRJHMtfMHlri 1 n L. is p n n ALGONA JUNIOR , NINE WINNER AT BANCROIT,6T05 It's mighty unusual when Bancroft loses a baseball game, especially on its own field, 'but that happened Sunday when the Algona Junior American Legion team took a good bite in its march toward, the countv title. Score, Algona 1 6:: Bancroft 5. Played in sweltering heat, the game went eight innings. Both teams won and lost the game several limes. Algona's chances looked slim in the seventh when Ban- er.of-t banged out three singles in a row to load 'the' bases, but they failed to score. Generally speaking, the playoff is far from over, as both Lakota artd'Swea City .are getting tougher every game,, and Bancroft,is certain to be in there for victory in the second round. Box scope: AhrflBBfcjie) AB R H Skwi&rum'.. - --5 0 2 White 5 1 £ Winters 4 2 2 Jo/hnspti ...;..... 3 0 1 Skjlling;....' 4 0 0. WaJdrorj .,4 1' 2 Kdllasch:;..; 3 0 0, Elberts * 1 0 ' 0. Stephenson 4 1 1 Montague 4 1 1 Portland Club To Meet, June 20, Burt Portland: The Portland Progress club will meet Thursday, June 20 at the Burt hotel, hostesses are Mrs. Wilbur Stewart. Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, Mrs. Ralph Dugan and Mrs. Tom Trenary. Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen, wfho has been a patient at Rochester for some time, came home last Wednesday. Virginia, McWhorter, cadet nurse at Rochester, Minn., came home for the weekend to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter. Ten Couple* Get Licenser To, Marry • Marriage licenses were issued in t/he past week to the following ten couples in the clerk of court's office ihere: June 11 — Orville A. Hartnell, New Hampton, and Beverly Fox, Lakota; Albert Pergande and Bernice E. Rochleau, Algona. June 12 — Orville C. Anderson, Elmore, and Grace A. Roba, Swea City; Wilfred Schneider and Ag- ai'ha Thilges, Bode. June 13—Raymond W. Nelson, Lone Rock, and Donna Jean Dutton. Burt. June 14 — Bernard D. Ferden, Rolfe, and Marjorie J. Weber, Whittemore; Carl L. Strucker, Waterloo, 'and Esther E. Braatz, Whitlemore; Earl P. Gappa and Mary Rich. Algona; Milton D. Fe'bslng. Waterloo, and Thelma Waddeil, Rockford, 111. June 1&—E. A. Thissen, Algona. and Lillian Johnson, Wesley. 37 6 12 Bancroft (S) AB R H Devine .5 2 2 Budding 5 0 1 Ward 2 1 1 Gangstead : 2 0 I Schumacher 4 0 1 Stott 1 0 a Muller 2 2 0 Smith 4 0 0 Downs 4 0 I Fox 1 0 Q- Dyer 2 0 1 Can Kicked In Face Using a tin can as a football, Marilyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Milo Rentz. was injured when a playmate kicked thu can into her face. It gashed her chin, and several stitches were necessary to close the wound. County Conventions , County 'political conventions will be held Friday, June 28, Leo ImmerfaU, county auditor, stated! Monday. Places of convention have Soatety * House Party— Mrs. Veda Murtagh, who is spending some time at the Falk- enhainer cottage on Hayward's Bay, Okoboji, is entertaining a small party of girls at a house party .in honor of her daughter Miss Judy who is celebrating her Uth birthday. Guests are Marcia Stillman, Judy Nasby, Julia Bourn.e, Alice Kresensky Virginia Friestedt. 35 10 BATTLE 12 INNINGS TO BEAT SWEA CITY In a tense, nervously played game. Algona's Junior Legion team, wotrfrom a tough Swea City team, 4 to 2V after a 12 inning struggle. Montgomery singled to right for Swea City in that frame, for the first hit off Johnson in two games. Winters drove in two runs in the fifth with a double, and Skog- strum singled before him, to drive in two other runs. White, who has been fielding brilliantly all season, errored twice during the game. Neither hurler was very liberal with hits, Algona collecting only three while Swea City got 'but one- in 12 innings: TO JUDICIAL CONVENTION Notice- Is -hereby given that b? call of the Republican CentraJ Committee of the fourteenth Judi« cial District of Iowa 'the Republican Pisrict Judicial Convention pf the fourteenth Judicial District of Iowa will be held at EmmetstHff& Iowa, beginning at 11 o'clock yi the forenoon of the llth day of Jvily. W6 lor the purpose of nj»B)* iog two Republican candid£t$a the Office of District Judgf to said dbjicial District, for the ^iwng January J, 1947, rni llecernber 31, 1950. The several counties of ssid Jiai PJstrict shall be entitle* ?eof*smtation at said cqnve by delf gates listed as follows: Bueos County....! I delegates, * 9 -*" Hansen-Monson Wedding— Laura Jean Hanseri, Algona, and: Martin Monson, .Wesley, were united in marriage Saturday evening by Justice J. B. Johnston, who read, the single ring ceremony. The couple left on a wedding trip which will take them through Kentucky and. Texas. Mr. Monson is recently out of the service. Father's t Day Picnic — A Father's Day family reunion and picnic was held at the Call park Sunday honoring Jake Hauptly of Wesley who is past 90 years of age. Those present were Mr, Hauptly and children at home, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence . Koppen and family of Wesley, ? Mr. and Mrs. Wan, Hauptly and daughter Mary Ann. Prairie Pals— . The Prairie Pals met recently at the home of Margie Black with ten members present. Nancy Loyd was a guest. Rosemary Studer gave a demonstration on proper hanging and grouping of pictures, and there was a demon? stration on lamps. There was also a review of pictures. Hostess to Degree Staff- Mrs, G, A. Sharp entertained the members of the Degree staff birthday club of the Retoekah lodge Tuesday evening. Birthdays of Mesdames Mabel LundV Allie Green, Cecil Witters, and Miss, Maytne Bury ea; wer^ observed. Mr*. Murtagh H« Birthday— Mrs- C. 8. Murtagh observed, tier bjrthday last Friday evening when a number of her children, and grandchildren appeared at fee JWurtagh home on Nortii TJiorington street with cake and ice cream. dancing d«y eveoinrat by Messrs. a>ifl COTTONS $280 (o $595 ehambray 80-Squate Prints Seersucker Pique . Smart New Eye-Catche?: Stay c»l» an* comfortable even if the thermouieter Iocs climb . . . in Kresensky Cottons.. They're crisp »s dewy lettuce—the colors are brighter and gayer Iha.il ever! Note the size range—it means there's;* cool cotton dress at Kresensky's to fit any miss or woman! Come in now and pick your crop! if r m i 1 ! Here's 'AOOMPH \J-\if \ir'tlltm • • • for Young

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