The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1946 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 30, 1946
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•TUESDAY, JULY 30, 11 BURT THEATRE NEWS vSIIOWS At 1-M ANB Sifift P. M. NIGHTLY WE ARE AIR COOLED HERE ARE THE NAMES of three more pdople Of the comnv'-lty who aM invited to see the show at the Hurt Theatre as guests of the man* agcment. Just come toUh'fe box office and tell us who you are—and see the show FREE! All ready? O> K. Here they are: GEO'RGE LARSON Tttonka MELVIN RIEKEN ' . Btirt RALPH DIEdKMANN Algona LOOKING BACK Iowa's Centennial has made us look back to early days of Burt. The city was started in 1881, about 65 , ..years ago, after the Northwestern R. R. went through. J The llrst building was built for the George C. Marble store. It was on the site now occupied by McMullin's Grocery. It was later moved.. and made into a house, now occupied by the Roland Lavrenz family. Then the' depot was built, and an office for the McDonald Lumber Co. No one seems to remember about the first picture show lit Jt seems a Mr. photographic studio. -' Smith's store, and the show was held in the hall over what is now Nealy Hardware. Now, at the Burt Theatre, you see the latest, up-to-the- minute movies — in an air- cooled, comfortable theatre with newest modern screen and sound system. FRANK A. PERRY Manager COMING SHOWS at Burt Theatre WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY July 31-August 1 A FIRE-FIGHTING STORY f •> 9 9 f • • • That has more THRILLS • than a 4-alarm fire! She hitched a ride with a burglar . . . .and found love in the first house she entered! IT'S A PICTURE TO SEE FRIDAY SATURDAY August 8 and 3 "FLAME OF BARBARY COAST" Starring John Wayne Artn Dvorak The braWluig, colorful story of the gueen of Hearts and th» Ape of Gamblers, with a hat climax such, as the screen has never tawwnl . DiWfer OB . Trouble , Stte can ALGONA WINNER OVER ST. JOE, 5-2; LOTTS CREEK WINS Lotts Creek defeated fiurt In the Kossuth League, Sunday, while Algona was downing St. Joe, and Algana as a 'result moves into undisputed second •place, With Hurt arottplng from a stcond-pWee tie into third. The Algona victory over St. ttoe. 8 to 2, there, again, found KajeWski hurling for- the local K. d. learn, in fine fotHi, He al- Ibwefl only three hits. Mansen, St, ude hurler, also 'had a good fecbfd, giving Up only five hits, but efrors <behlhd him hurt the St. Jbe chancel. S«6*e m Pfosi Qofdy Wlnkel scored in the first) aftef getting a bnse on balls. Dbtt Winkel sacrificed him to third, and he dame.home Ff&ehllch's Single. In the Seventh frame Prbe'hlich tallied on a cotntainatian of an error and a fielder's choice. The eighth was, Algona's big inning. Three runs scored, all after two men were out. .Don Winkel singled, Froehlich did likewise, and Quinn sent a run home. An error at third sent Froehlich and .Quinn home also. Ninth Inhing Rally .. Gales scored for St. Joe in the'fifth, after getting a base on .balls, and Baker tallied in the ninth on McGuire's single. The flihth\ could have been worse for Algeria, with tWo walks 'and a fielder.'s choice 'getting three men to base in that frame. ; Box score: Alf.ona (5) AB. R. H. G. Winkel, 3b ..... 4 1 0 Bradley, c u 4 ' 0 0 .D."Winkel, 1'b — 3 1 1 .Froehlich, ss 4 ;2 3 Quinn, cf ._„ 3 I . 1 Kajewski, p 300 Winter, 2b __. 4'00 .Gilbride, If -_-_^__ 400 .Eischert, rf 200 .Seller, • rf _ i .__^_____ 200 33 5 5 St. Joe (2) AB. R. H. R> Gales, 3b 400 L.' McGuire, If 3.0 0 Baker, c 311 Thilees. cf 30 1 3. McGuire, Ib „__ 4 0 1 ,E. Gales, rf ^.. 310 Del Reding, 2b .... 20 0 .Don Reding, ss 300 Hansen, p..,_______/3 00 '' ' 28 li ~3 Othfer league games found LOtts'Greek defeating,Burt, 6 to ,1, Ledyard dbwrted Wdsley, 2 to 0, and Lphe Rock was victorious over Corwit'h, 8 to 5. Present leagus standings follow: ,.'....Team. .... Won Lost Pet. Lotts Creek —i^li. 1 . .917 - .ALGOttA UPPER MS MOINES, AtGONA IOWA 45 Years Burt Jeweler, A. H* Meinser Carries On Burl: A. H. Melnzcr came to Burt 45 years ago last week Monday—and •would havft passed right by the day without knowing it, except that friends called It to tils attention. Veteran jeweler of this area, Ous found more of them 45 years ago than is the case flow In this Vicinity. All towns In the county except Lone Rock had one M more, .tohn Mcslnif also ran a jewelry store at Burl In tHose days. During the nast 48 years he lias developed a heavy volume , of business, and did most of the work himself until a few years ape When he took an assistant. lie lost the assistant when the war came along, however. • •}""-J-' 1 - }-ir ''-'O.' • A '',','". '{*Brj —-r-t ,—-, —' " t • ;OO( iSt.' J6e ;..;.-•_..._. 5 7 .417 Ledyard 5 7 .417 .Wesley ._.''. 4 7 .367 Lone Rock 4 8"- .333 J,Corwith ____-„_ 2 12 .143 i Games slated.for next Sunday are as follows: St. Joe at Lotts Creek, Lone flock at Ledyard, Algoha at Hurt, and Wesley at Corwith. SPECTATOR PUMPS White NubUtik with tan trim. ' With or without toes. $2.98 WHITE CRUSHED SANDAL , Platform sole. Cool and . comfortable. $2,40 PLAY SHOES Multi-color fabric lie— toeless and heeless. $2,80 WftlTE TIES White fcW tie, well built, all leather. Medium heel. Tarsal . »rch,. $3,98 NURSES f YPE , SHOES HUTZELL'S ILLG REUNION AT BACROFT, SUNDAY St. JOE: An lllf family reunion Was held at the Henry Zei- rtnct home at Bancrbft Sunday, July 28. Those from St, Joe attending were the Fred, Arthur Hies, Herman lllgs, Mrs, George Illg, Hafold Redings, .Alfred Redings, George Wagncrd. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kramer and Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer of St. Joe left Saturday to visit at the Wm. Carroll home at Rreckenridgo, Minn. The Mrs. Kramers are cousins of Mrs, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Garman left Saturday for their home in Minneapolis after visiting their daughter Mrs. Will Reding and family. Gusta Kurth, Blue Earth, sister of Mrs. Reding, came to get her parents. Relatives nnd'friends from St. Joe attended the funeral of Joe Laubenthal at St . Michael's church, Whittembre, Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Margaret Gales, Chicago, 111., visited the past week with relatives in this vicinity. She is employed at the Y. M. C. A. Thursday afternoon callers at the Peter Thilges home were Mrs. Chris Gales, Mrs. John Altman, Tommy and Diana, Mrs. Ted More and children of Fort Dodge, and Margaret Gales of Chicago. Frank Zender Home Frank Zender returned Friday from California and other western points, where he had gone to attend the wedding of his daughter Pauline and James B. Sevy, son of Judge John Sevy. of Richfield, Utah. The wedding took place at Camp Schumacher,, in .Chapel McGann, with Father Weist performing the ceremony. .Later Frank flew up to Vancouver and came home by Way of Lake Louise and Banff. He was .gone about three Weeks. Of the 5.286 families in Kossuth county, nearly 4,000 families take The Algona Upper Des Moines— audited circulation^gheavy. cover^ tfge-rTreas.onable sl!bl»Mptid&i —and 1 advertising : rates. <'v - . • LOCALS Mrs. Robert Lucey and Mrs. Thomas Raebun have returner! to Staten Island, N. V., and Chicago, respectively, after visiting their parents. Mr. .arid Mrs. W. H. Godden. Mrs. Lucey had been here a rtionMi, and Mrs. Raebun, ten days. Mrs. Lucey was taken to Minneapolis by her parents and took a plane from there. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Van Steen- bUt-g of Flint, Mich., concluded a two weeks visit with the letter's parents! iMr. and Mrs. Charles Egel arid sister Mrs. Oran Hud* son and family. Thev returned home Monday. Mr. Van Steenburg is a nephew of the Paul Hudsons, witrt whom they also visited. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Puller returned last week from Spencer, where they attended the funeral of their niece Mrs. Kenneth Livingston, who became suddenly ill and was takqn to Rochester, but the nature of her sickness Was Undetermined. She had been a clerk in the postoffice the past ten years. HaHey Bruellman, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bruellman of Ottosen was taken to his home Friday by his grandparents Mr- and Mrs. John Gerber, with whom he had been visiting the .past week. He had been a pneumonia patient at the Luther hospital, Fort Dodge, ten days, arid is convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. James Scarlett and son Neal of Burlington were last weekend euests of Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. Mrs. Scarlett is the former Dorothv Rise, who taught home economics here a few years ago. Mrs. Ingersoll also enjoyed a Sunday afternoon call from Mr. and Mrs. William Cast and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Greive of Garner. After a visit, of several weeks in Algona and Burt, Mrs. C. D. of Salem, Oregon, will spend a few days with Mrs. Jas. Goodwin in Des Moines, and later, at the home of her son in LuVerne, Minn,, on her way home. Mrs. Smith is the youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lantry, and a sister of Mrs. Tom Sherman. Theodore Zittritsch left Sunday for his home in Detroit after two weeks with. Mrs. Zittrisch and their .children who ^arg spen '-'~ a r.itsch's parents- Mr. and Mrs: L: M;-' ffaerritt. The Zittritech family, Mrs. Merritt, and Mrs. Arlo-. Larson of Mason City, spent last week at Okoboji. Mrs. Zittritsch and the children will be here another two weeks.- Visitors at the George If. John;on homo are thler daughters Mrs. Daylc Craven nnd daughter Patty Lynne, Astoria, Ore.; and Vera Johnson, R. N., who is employed iit thd university hospital, Ann Arbor, Mich. Vera will return to her duties this weekend, but Mrs. Craven will' spend the month of August with her family. Other guests f)f the Johnsons over the weekend vvcro Mr. ahd Mrs. Kenneth Nel- Bon and Kenneth Holmes of Minneapolis. Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Foxwell, nee Mabol Raney, came Wednesday to visit ten days with Mrs. ,Fox well's mother, Mrs. Cora Raney, the Newton Hoiters, and the Glch Raneys. Mi-, and Mrs. Harry Raney of West Union spent the weekend here to see the visitors and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Raney of Chicago, arrived Saturday and will remain a week. Mrs. Henrietta Punk* 80, who makes her home with her daughter Mrs. Martha Rossitter, Portland, Ore., arrived recently ut Green, N. D., to visit her sons Richard and Albert and their families. From there she is going to Minneapolis to visit her son Adolph, and a brother at Springfield, Minn. Upon completion of her visit there she will be met at Minneapolis by another son, Herman and his wife, who will bring her here. It is 32 years since she has seen Herman. She plans to remain in this vicinity a feW months. Valeria 1 -'• and Ruth Butts, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butts, recently returned from a twty weeks vacation in Washington, D. C., with their sister Dorothy, who is secretary to Representative Bennet of Missouri. The girls fOok a plane from Des Moines and found it a thrilling experience. They spent a week in New York City and while in Washington were dinner guesls of Lyclia Miller, formerly of Algona, who also work in the capitol city. Dorothy was unable to get her .vacation at this time and return with her sisters, but expects to come for Christmas. C. W. Nicoulin, with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post, returned Thursday afternoon from California, where they had been visiting relatives the past few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Post drove out with Don Akre and wcv-3 guests of hi? mother. Mrs. Eva Akre a part of the time, the rest of which was spent in Glendale with Mr. and "Mrs^ Glen McMurray and Helen Zittritsch, the women being sisters of Mrs. Post. 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