The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1946 · Page 4
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GALES STARS AS Sf JOE WINS AT ACADEMY, 36-24 St. ,Joe defeated SI. Cecelia's academy of Algonn, Sunday afternoon on the local floor, by a score of 36 to 24. Jl. Gales of the visiting team starred for the victors, tossing in seven baskets and also eight free throws just for good measure, for a total of 22 points for the Winners. Tommy White with 14 points loci St. Cecelia's scoring. The locals played much bettor game the second half, after a disastrous second quarter in which the visitors ran up the margin of ultimate victory. The Algona second learn won its game, 10 to 14, from the St. Joe seconds. Box score: St. Cecelia FG FT PF White 7 0 4 Winter 202 Bieser 1 2 4 Winkel 0 0 1 Thuente •- 1 C M. ErpeldirJg' ."0 -0 0 SehmUt' :_!_,. =0 ,0 0 St. Joe H. Thilges *i .0 R. Kohlhaas _. 1 R, Gales _-~v- -7 R. .Kohlhaas — .5 G." Kirsoh - 0 P. McGuire 0 M. McGuire '._.. 0 G. Hilbert ..x 0 E. Reding 0 11 2 !l4 FQ .FT :PF ,10 11 ST. JOE LOSES TO BODE, 27-21 St. Joe dropped its firit game of the season to Bode, last Wednesday 27 to 21. Bode .led at the half, 0 to 5. Ralph Kohlhaas connected for ten points for Bode. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas entertained at a family dinner Thanksgiving day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brand, Creighton, Nebr.: .Dean Kohlhaas, who is; attending Loras college, Dubuque; Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman and Rose Scanlan. Anita Kohlhaas, Sioux Falls, S. D.. spent the week- 3 end here with her parents. mm INJURIES Three, automobile accidents were ehedked th6 past few days by the office of Sheriff Art Cogley. Tuesday of last week, cars driven by F. C. Miller .Lake George, Minn., and Herrrtan Btiettner, .Bode, collided on East Call St. in Algona, with about $60 damage to each machine. Nobody was injured. Last Thursday, machines driven bv H. E. Johanson, Ringsted, and John W. Menz, Fenton, met at an intersection (^no-half mile north of Fdnton, With damage resulting to each car but not the occupants. Friday afternoon, John H. Fraser, county supervisor, leaving the courthouse parking lot, and Jerome A. Hardgrove of Algona, collided on North Hall St. <»/ith about $100 damage resulting to each car. More news, more pages more pictures lhan ever! before in The Algona Newspapers, 6 Algona Singers In 'M&kYlJifc. 8 i" I just cant yet them tojo/ti the fades - tfay keep " Phillips 66 Motor Oil PROVED BY 66 BILLION MILES OF SATISFACTORY SERVICE Harms Oil Company, Dist. Harms Super 'Service Station Ilemxpn Waller, Tank Wagon Agent Geo. Harris, Operator and Manager Phone 74 State and Jones'"" FrankI Phillips Station Albert Hagg (Formerly Klamps) (Formerly Johnson's) Slate and .Tones On Highway J8 /*v "N. ' iW 0 ..,, • <, wA^'Wa ^%iyt^ The THRILL of driving home the "new car". . . You can't Beat it! Caoer KENNEDY & PARSONS CO, LOCAL PISTBIBUTORS Sis Algonft -singers .Will ittike, part in (the iflth .presenlfitloh of "The Messiah," to be .offered',i|t the -high .school aUditOriUrti „ iii Fort Dodge Sunday evening, Do-| cember i8r '•'. -,, '• • They are .Mr. and MM. rf.etw. M. LeWis, Mr. ,and 'Mrs. ,R. \W>, McCUllough, Mafttitl. A. .Huber. and R. R. Richardson. There will be no charge for admission but,ah offering will be received Id ddfray.expensesi 96TH BIRTHDAY FORlOCEtAM Mrs. Anna L. Gill, who mrikes her home With 'he? datighter, Mrs. Leroy McWhorter, will celebrate her 98th blrth'ddy December 4, quietly .at home, Mrs. Gill was born at Cas'tleton, Vt., but with the exception of six year's has lived all her life in 'Iowa When she was five- her 'family moved to Wisconsin and a year later to Chester, Iowa, a -town named for her uncle, CheStei Kinesley. Some years later the family moved -by .covered wag9n to Fort Dodge. Mrs. Gill was .married to Charles J. Gill at Fort Dodge. He died in 1908 at Havelock. . Mrs. Gill has ettoyed excellent health until the past, several months when she developed considerable trouble' with 'her knees. She reads'the daily papers and writes many letters. 'Beside Mrs. :McW>horter, Mrs. Gill has'two .other.children, Mrs. C. C. Lighter- of Marcus,'- .Who with her husband spent Thanksgiving here, and a son Carl Gill at Terril. She has one living; brother out of a family of 11 children. ^!f;!|||g§^ •'i •' .' ; '. • .'' •'•'''• ••' ' •'. '•",•'<• . • >' • : - ,"'• '-' : ' -'•• V-- '• L' 1 '-:•'.' V.•*:.-."• "V ^'J* •-';•;'''" "'i '-.' '''•'' -•••"<••; . -. -;- .,;i .; • ;/' >' V, ' : '.;-"...••j'^.ij '.:.", -,,?; SERVING 175 HOT LUNCHES, ST. JOE St. Joe: The hot lunch program was initiated into St, Jos- 'eph's school Tuesday. The program is under the supervision of Mary Evelyn Bormann, and she is assisted by Susan Nabcr, Martha Thilges, and Marjorie Gales. About 175 pupils are served daily. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bormann are the parents of a boy born Tuesday at the Kossuth hospital. This is their first child. Cecelia Schmit also arrived home Wednesday for Thanksgiving weekend. She is attendnig a business college"' ht-.fKs 'City, Mo. : 'j£,<:(. v» Father Leander •Cdhley;-: O. ^l*. .VjOf St. I^M;/Mo:r,aia uesday and will conduct a retreat Dec. 5, 6 and 7 for the high school pupils. Darwin Hammer arrived home Wednesday night from Loras college to spend the Thanksgiving holiday. He returned on Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding are the parents of a boy born Tuesday at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. They now have a family of four boys and one girl. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann drove to Carroll on Tuesday to bring Mildred and Helen Bormann and Stella Mae Reding home. They returned to St. Angela's academy on Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feller, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Feller and Cyril Feller of Maquoketa, la., attended the wedding of Raphael Thilges and Bernice Mertz Monday and are visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John iBormann, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bormann helped Mr, and Mrs. N. J,' Weydert of Algona celebrate their 52nd wedding anniversary on, Thursday, November 21. Iowa Tuesday and Wednesday December 3-4 "SUN VALLEY SERENADE" Co-Hit "MARSHAL OF LAREDO" Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 5-6-7 TERRORS ON HORSEBACK" Co-Hit "INVISIBLE INFORMER" Added Serial, "Hop Harrigan" Friday, Dec. 6 Algona Chamber of Commerce Xmas Party Matinees 1 o'clock to 6 p. m. PENTHOUSE RHYTHMS" Added "FOXY FLATFOOT" Tickets at iCbtmlwi of Commerce Office four sv^eeks lllttess ;\vith Which ^kept : >her bed- about a wsek'Hgbi'- Capsslus Was ifl honorary ;;^ilbe&rer this moriilftg at 1 the'fi|ft«!i'ttl OE W. S. PiHtfchard tni Garner. , TOie men served to- ! getlidV in the state legislature, i Matt Lamuth letuvned Suhdayi frcirA Mlfineapplis, where lie. spent n week with his daughter,' Mri 1 E. C. •finne'H a^nd- -fttmtty.' •He also visited a cousin' Mrs.; 'Herrmann, -and 'his dnughte'Hn-' law,; Mrs. .Ralph Lamuth and son. John Edward. " • ' --; ! Mi. and Mrs, Lloyd Brandow of Gedar Rapids are parents 6f t/heir first child, a son born November 23. Mrs. BrandoW is the former Doris Jane Sorensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. .Sen £>orensen, e.^-Algonians, now live at Boone where operates a drug store. The A. W. Kenrtedys of croft entertained Mr. and John Kohlhaas of Algona Mr. .and Mrs. John K. Kohlhaas and daughter Janis of Iowa City on Thanksgiving day. Yford has been received fciy Mr. and Mrs. John Arndorfer of the birth of a baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray McKerina. df 'New London, Conn., on November ;29. Mrs. McKenna is the former Mary Ann Arndorfer. •Wayne Carney, son Of -Mr. arid Mrs.: Ralph Carney of Buvt, spent 'the weekend hero With his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Jiam yCarney. Thanksgivnig -din-. ner LgUests at the Carney resi- .denfe were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Niohterh, Mr. and Mrs. Harold 'Nichtern, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wier and children, all of Graettinger, and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Knutson of Jackson, Minn. . who Ben Ban- Mrs. and . ,a .It- 1 torariari's pou|rs'e , at -the .X/hiveri-j ity" o'f 'MinriesotaV^sta^ht ffhanks-: .giving w.ith her .parents, Mr. and •' ' • , ; ;itJ, ifi. ' -rnakirigt -'His horrie .with' his .daughter, Mb. George .H. Johnson, -has returned :to .Britt ; arid is living with the J. E; Stephensons. . .' . , . . A..L.iJa(ikson of Ames spent a few days. in.'Ko&fttth county 'last Week, ' visiting Algona relatives ,and his daughters Mrs. 'Russell Jensen and M 1<s - Wn\. 'Knoll of Lolie 'Rock. •; ... , Rose 'Lanijje Leona Sterner, and Mcta Gade returned Sunday from MlnHea'polis, where they had been , since Friday'. Miss Ldmpe sperit fhaiiksgiving at PofahontflS" -with -her parents. Dr, and Mrs. E, J. Capeaius arid sdn 6f (Fenton were guests at a 6 o'clo(5k : -dinner Thanksgiving day 'at \the -parental Frarlk Cap'csius 'home .in -Algona. -Other guests were. Dr. and Mrs: Julius Winkel of 'Algona. Mrs, Eric Ludvigsen .and >Mr. und Mrs. Lawrence Ludvigstin and .daughter, /Ann -of Jackson, Minn., were Thanksgiving guests at .the , .home otof.'.. the former's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Langmack.- Lawrence Ludvigsen . is f i.Mrs, tangmack's ••brother',. • . ••'.•". • ' ' Mrs. Gilbert Johnson and son •Paul 'are visiting the formers sister Mrs. " Perry Lowman. 'They have been in Boston the past .six months while Dr. Johnson did some re^aVch work in radidlogy. 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