The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1946 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 25, 1946
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n E. c a n n I; ' ft! Thrill'Drama of a uuij, Two 6als,,.and a Ganq!. ALdONA VPPEH DES MOINES, ALC50NA IOWA K. C. NINE DOWNS WESLEY, 18-11, AS WIND RUNS WILD Standings remained virtually unchanged in the Kossuth league after Sunclny's gnmcs except that Ledyard moved from sixth place to fourth, Sunday scores: Ledynrd 3, at St. Joe, 1. Corwith 0, at Lotts Creek, B. Wesley 11, at Algona, 18. Lone Roqk 0, at Burl, 5. The games wore all marred by high winds, especially the Al- gona-Wo'sley contest. The K. C.'s got away to a hig lead, tout Wesley forged ahead in the fourth, However in the seventh, Algona tallied six, runs to sow up the contest. Game summary: Algona K. C. (IB) A.B. R. H. G. Winkel, 3b 432 Bradley, c 5 2 3 D. Winkel, lb __ 432 Fronhlich, ss-p 513 Watts, 2ta-3b 3 3 1 Winter, If 5 10 Kajewski, cf 321 Gil-bride, rf 4 1 .1 Berge, 6 1 0 0 Weydert, 2b 3 1 0 Seller, rf 0 10 37 18 13 Wesley (11) A.B. R. H. Bleich, 3t> 4 20 Lickteig( 2b 521 Studer, lb 6 2 2 Ackerson, cf :__ 522 M Lloyd, f-p 5 13 J. Johnson, c 411 E. Johnson, rf 4 01 Barr, ss 501 Vitzthum, If 1 0-0 Richter, p __ 4 11 12 "LOUISIANA SPRINGTIME" FO RT UNE H UNTER—NE WS 2nd BIG ATTRACTION HOLD EVERYTHING! YOU READ ABOUT IT! YOU HEARD IT! % f NOW SEE IT! JOE LOUIS KAYOS BILLY CONN IN THE EIGHTH! Sec the whole fight, round by round, hlpw hy Mow. Exclusive pictures, with the knockout—iji slow motion' 43 11 League standings: Team W. Lotts Creek 7 Algona 5 Burt 4 Ledyard 3 St. Joe _. __3 Lone Rock 3 Wesley 2 Corwith 1 Contests slated next Sunday, June 30. find Burt at Wesley, Algona at Lone Rock, Lotts Creek at Ledyard, and St. Joe at Corwith. Dr. Hamstreet New Lion Leader, Titonka Dr. W. P. Hamstreet was named new president of the Titonka Lions club at a meeting held last and C. R.Krantz were named as vice presidents, and A. Saathoff as secretary-treasurer. Frank Clark wdas chosen lion tamer,' Harold Gartner, tail twister, and Charles. Seed, director for three years. . .Special ..button., lapel. ..awards were made to Jay'-Budlong, Alan' Carr, Harold Gartner, C. R. Krantz, Kenneth Swan and Ed A. Sathoff for perfect.attendance records. WANT ADS BRINGS RESULTS vou CAN'T ABOUND MOVING . NATIONAL ..WHY COUNCIL WHTTEMORE FARM BUREAU UNIT MET Whittemore: Members of the Farm Bureau met Tuesday evening at the Edward Young-worth home. Everett Witham read the minutes of the last meeting, followed by a piano solo by Naomi Greinert, and a duet was played by Naomi and her sister, Judy Greinert. The home demonstration agent gave a talk on rural housing situation, Joseph Bradley gave a talk on weed control and the maintenance of .the farm tractor. A. L. Rochleau and Earl Sheppard were appointed to select a team of eight men for tug-of-war for Whittemore township at the Farm Bureau picnic to be held this week at the Kossuth county fair grounds. The meeting was adjourned following the explanation of the picnic by the president, Eldon Shaw. Lunch was served by Mrs. Edward Youngwirth and the committee: Leo Ramus, John Erpelding, Walter Fandel, and Everett Witham. The next meeting "will be held at the home of Mr. -and Mrs. Fred Kollasch. . ; Portland Service''Cliib '" Portland: The Portand Service club will meet Thursday, June 27, at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Earl Shipler. Ladies are asked to bring cotton material.' • SUNDAY-AND MONDAY, JUKE 30, JULY 1 Emmetsburg Papers ^ Go Semi-Weekly Emmetsburg and Palo Alto county began receiving practically the same type of semi-weekly newspaper service as that being offered in Kossuth county by the two Algona papers. The Emmetsburg Reporter is now being published as a Tuesday paper, and the Emmetsburg Democrat is being published as the Thursday paper. At the same time the two newspapers moved into a new buidling from whcih they will be jointly published. The move adds one more city to the growing list of county seats in the midwest where the Algona plan of semiweekly publishing, as originated here in 1936, has 'been adopted in principle. To the management of the Emmetsburg papers, congratulations for completion of a 'building and expansion program which is certain to prove much more satisfactory to the Palo Alto community and provide better all around news and advertising service. MARY JOYCE RICH A BRIDE, SATURDAY Four Corners: Mary Joyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rich of Algona and Earl Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gappa, Lake Crystal, Minn., were 1 married at 8 a. m. Saturday in ,the St. Cecelias Catholic church of Algona. The Rev. Father J. iMallinger performed the double ring ceremony. The attendants were Phyllis Rich, sister of the bride and William Lamulh, friend of the couple. The bride was attired in a long sleeved floor-length white net dress. She carried a spray of white carnations and red roses. Only jewelry was a gold locket. The bridesmaid wore a floor- length short-sleeved pink not formal and a small cross and chain. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and pink snapdragons. John Wilson, Whiltemore, uncle of the bride, sang four selections. Organist was Miss McEnroe. A wedding breakfast was served at George's Cafe after the wedding. A dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents for the immediate families. At 2 p. m. a reception was held at the home of the bridu's parents. Out of town guests at the reception were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haag, Whittemore; Mrs. Otto Hansen and son Merrildean, Thompson, la.; Mrs. John Haag, sons Jerome and James, Thompson; Mr. and Mrs. John Gappa and family, Lake Crystal, Minn.; Mrs. Anna Gappa, Madelia, Minn.; Pauline Miller, Mankato, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cowing, Bancroft; Mrs. Minnie Wilson and son Virgil, John' and Vincent, Whittemore and Mrs. Sylvester Arndorfer, Burt. The couple left early Saturday afternoon for an undisclosed destination. IRVINGTON POWER '•' Irvington: The annual meeting of the Irvington Light & Power Co. was held last Thursday evening, being called by the secretary, Henry Scheppmann Sr. Edw. Mawdsley was elected president succeeding Kenneth Roney, who was serving in that capacity, filling the unexpired term of Barney Frank!, deceased. Arthur Gade was elected as a new director to replace Homer Lindhorst, who resigned. There are now 56 patrons on the line. P. E. Stone and Wally Hines recently having been added with approximately 20 miles of high line. Cletus and Vince Studer are working at the Lewis and Henry Scheppman's. •Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley and the Gerald Frankls are new patrons on Telephone Line No. 31. •<'••:•<•'•• • Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole have purchased the house they have lived in for several years better known as the -Omar Cleary home. ' Keneth Roney returned Saturday night from Des Moines, having gone there for a medical check-up. Mrs, Edith Greenfield Heldt returned/to the home of her parents gn '.Tuesday. She had been to visit •-. her husband Walter Heldt In'.Texas, whp is ill with rheumatic fever at a hospital there. At this date he has not received his discharge from the army. FRIDAY A3SD SATURDAY, JUNE 28-29 INTRICUE1N tv-V MEXICO <ITYI KILLERHN 'THE SHADOWS! ,,.the things ttjp does to land Milland..; The Movie Man of the Year! ROMANCE TO THERHUMBA! PATINHHOIORY! wV'M Oiw May Take Their Vacations— . RuthWAKRICK We WWi Be Open You Monday Visit at Mason CJiy Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin and daughter June visited last Saturday afternoon and Sunday at Mason City with the John Gett,mans and family. Mr. and Mrs. Gettman recently purchased a farm five miles nortih of Garner and intend to move there next week. Mrs. gabin and Mrs. Gettman are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. John Rich attended the air show at Fort Dodge Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and family attended the creamery picnic at Whitlemore last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and family were last Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kpllasch. Mrs. Nettie Rich returned to her home in Algona Wednesday morning. She had been at the home of her son Walter, Burt. Mrs. Rich has been helping to take care of the Rich children, who have the -measles, and the .new baby. -The baby was named Walter Theodore. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and family and Mr. and' Mrs, Quentin Bjustrom and family were Sunday afternoon and supper callers at the A. C. Bjustrom home in Algona. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom attended a Good Hope children's program at the " Good Hope .church, where the children 6r th£ Bjustroms attended Bible school. r :m ;.ss Recent visitors with Mf. arttt Mrs. Matt Kapp -were Mrs. L&i)l& Kapp, their sister-in-law. •••'.,'$£'• Trenton, 111., and Mr. and Mrsf, Henry Pollman, of Breeze, 111. 'I Ohnesprge Drug * It's just "out of this world." Looks dark in stick, but blends to clear, brilliant, beautiful natural tone. Very indelible. CALIFORNIA ^Sun'N Funlbp Is Ready Now!--With FashioniY(| r |v,3 Love and Live in All Summer! '':-y : 1;' (A) SLACK SUIT — Soft spun rayon in a choice of Lime, aqua, brown or navy with contrasting trim. Sizes 12 to 20. .95 (B) BLOUSE — Unique "Greek Key" ijrint in aqua or lime; California Sanfqr. ized broadcloth. Sizes 32 to 38. 2- 10 (C) "BALLERINA" SHOR1W20 pleat model in rayon twill or gabardine. Navy, red, gold, white, brown. 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