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A-Alflona (la,) Upper Das Molnei Tusiday, May Rodman, L-Rock, St. Joe Win County Loop Opener Rodmart, £>t, Joe; and Lone Hock jumped into first place fn the Kossuth County Baseball League with opening day wins Sunday. Rodman showed lots of power as the 1953 champs clobbered Emmetsburg, 25-4, at Emmetsburg. St. Joe proved they're back in the league to win games as Mallard fell, 6-4, at Bode, and Lone Rock played heads-ur> ball, taking advantage of errors by the Algona KCs to notch an 8-5 win at Algona. A sqheduled game betafseen Livermore and WhiUemore on the Whittemore diamond failed to take place as Whittemore dropped from the league due to a shortage of ballplayers. The league will continue with seven teams until further notice. Next weeks schedule will find the Algona KCs at Livermore, Emmetsburg at Mallard and St Joe at Rodman. Lone Rock is Errors robbed Eldie Winkel of a victory over Lone Rock. He hurled the first six innings and struck out 15 men, yet gave up the mound duties to John Dole with the locals behind, 3-0. Bellinger was busy mowing the KC hitters down during that same six inning stretch. Lone Rock took advantage of a couple of walks, a triple and a misjudged fly to tally four runs in the seventh and take a 7-0 !*ad. The KCs came up with three in the home half of the same innings, and two in the last of the eighth, but Lone Rotk ran its total to eight by getting to Dave Walker for an insurance tally during the last two innings. Bellinger, Miller and Mitchell worked on the hill for the winners, Bollinger getting the win, while Winkel, Dole and Walker hurled for the KCs, Winkel taking the defeat. Bob Diekmann led the hitters in the game with three blows in four trips. The locals out-hit the winners, 10-8. League standings: Rodman 1 9 SLJoe - 1 0, Lone Rock 1 0 Llvermore 0 0 Emmetsburg 0 1 Algona KCs 0 1 Mallard 0 1 Owen Tf/aden of Titonka, Buffalo Center Girl Wed Titonka — A beautiful candlelight wedding ceremony at the Ramsey Reformed church Friday evening, May 14 at 8 o'clock, united Janice Faye, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Janssen of Buffalo Center and Owen George Tjaden, son of Mr and Mrs Geo. Tjaden of Titonka,, in marriage. Rev A. Roskamp performed the double ring ceremony. Nupital music was played by Rose Cordes, a cousin of tha groom. Harris Sonnenberg sang preceding the ceremony, and'at the close.' The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white gown of lace and net over satin, styled with a Victorian collar and key hole neckline the dress had a lace yoke. The skirt had two peplins. Her fingertip veil fell from a tiara of pearls and orange blossoms studded with rhinestones. She carried an orchid encircled by white carnations. Her rhinestone necklace and earring set were a gift from the groom. Joyce, a twin sister of the bride was maid of honor, and Sharon Eden of Wesley, a roommate of the bride, was bridesmaid. Audrey Boelkes, niece of the groom was flower girl and ring bearer was Marvin Rippentrop of Buffalo Center. Twins Dawn and Donna Beenken, cousins of the groom, were candlelighters. • The bridegroom was attended by the bride's brother-in-law, Erwin Beenken, as best man. Harris Sonnenberg, a friend of the bridegroom, was groomsman, Alfred Boelkes, brpther-in-law of the bridegroom and Wm "Bud Alke brother-in-law of the bride were ushers. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors for 200 guests. Trieva Bowman of Algona had charge of the guests book. Ellen Boelkes, sister of the bridegroom, and Beverly Rippentrop of Lakota, cousin of the bride, were in charge of the gifts. The bride and groom cut the first piece of their three-tiered wedding cake. Mrs Erwin Beenken, sister of the bride, then took charge and was assisted by the bride's sister Mrs Bud Alke in serving the cake. Waitresses were Marlys btem- burg of Buffalo Center; Greta Smidt, Ann Grace Folkerts, Agnes Jensen, Betty Sonnenburg, Harriet Radamaker, Bertha Silleman and Violet Wirtjes. Kitchen hostesses were Mesdames George Sonnenberg, Ben Silleman, Harm Wibben, John S. Rippentrop. . After a short wedding trip the young couple will be at their home in Titonka. The new Mrs Tjaden was graduated from the Buffalo Center high school and after taking a business course at Hamilton college, Mason City, was employed as secretary for the county welfare association of Mason City. Mr Tjaden is a graduate of the Titonka High School and is employed by the Titonka Cooperative Creamery in Titonka. Homemakers of Wesley Twp. Met The Wesley Township Homemakers met May 11 at the home of Mildred Carlson with Chloe Simpson and Luella Pearson assisting hostesses. Roll call was answered by 34 ladies. Opal Nygaard gave a report on "Get Out to Vote" and the letter writing contest. Gladys Seaberg was in charge of the health les- To Graduate At Academy Sunday ,. The last graduating class to received, diplomas in the old St. Cecelia's church will hold commencement exercises this coming Sunday evening, May 23. Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. P. Gearen, pastor, will confer the honors. Rev E. E. Apt of Whittemore will give the commencement address, to the Academy seniors. The same evening, seniors of Algona high school will observe their baccalaureate services in the high school auditorium. Rev O. Leonard Nelson of the First Lutheran church, Algona, will deliver the address. Graduation services for the Algona high seniors will be held Thursday, May 27, at the high school. Dr. K. C. Wu, ex-premier of the Chinese Nationalist government now in Formosa, will be the commencement speaker. He is also to speak at a joint meeting of the three Algona service clubs, Rotary, Kiwanis and Lions, that noon. . , Pictures of the senior graduating classes from both Algona high-an'dr.St. Cecelia's Academy were carried in this newspaper last week. i Algona Scouts At Camporee ',., ,.-T*SS/S* , M^MttMr .-V-SJSK *»m»*tuatisi*ttM*it i »-' tK^OOHlShf •mA^OlVi'<h" J*4r*t''*''; WtM A b\g delegation of Boy Scouts from Algona spent the weekend of May7-8 at the Boy Seoul.camp near Peterson, Iowa, and an Upper Des Moines photographer,grabbed the above pictures just before part of the local expedition took off for camp. _ ., _. «„_„ rt io« In the front row, left to right, are Dirk Hanson, Joe Bradley, Lynn Hanson, Dick Barry, Glen Johnson, Harold'Esser, Bahne Struecker, Paul Christoffers and John Wilson. «,.„„„«„. Torrw Second row, Duane Pratt, Larry Scheppmann, Clifford Esser, Dick Robinson, Dieter Grunner, Jerry Ostrum, Mark Seeley, Jeff Atherton, Leon Schep.pmann, Jerry Meyers, Albert Fosnaugh, Dick Baldwin, Terry Struecker, Bob Hampel and Phil Ege'l. „„„,„' , ', t „ * „ •*„„„„ 7/1 Back row, Paul Seeley, committeeman for Troop 70, Bob Harnpel, commiUeeman for Troop _70, Mel Pepper, Scoutmaster of Troop 75, Phil Diamond, Scoutmaster Troop 70, Bud Robinson a.nd Bill Barry. , ' Algona, Sioux Bus Lines Merge Announcement was made Monlay that two bus lines serving northwest Iowa, Algona Bus Lines and Sioux Lines, Inc., have merged after approval of the nterstate Commerce Commis- ion. The Sioux City bus firm was uthorized to acquire the certi- icates of the Algona Bus Lines ind will operate the combined outes. Loren L. Larson, Fort Dodge, owner and operator of Algona Bus Lines will be president and general manager and A. E. Liberty, Sioux City, who las been manager of Sioux Lines or 10 years, will be vice president and traffic manager. The ;eneral accounting office and ;arage will remain in Fort Dodge. The merged bus lines will erve the following cities: Fort Dodge, Algona, Blue Earth, Emmetsburg, Estherville, Spirit ,ake, Arnolds Park, Sioux Falls, ioux City, Storm Lake, Chero- :ee .Le'Mars, Sheldon and Spener. Connections to the twin ities and other points will also featured. Family Dinner Party Dinner and supper guests Sunday, 'May 9 at the Ray Muller home at Wesley were Mr and Mrs Henry Pfeffer, Norms, Craig and Mark and Toni Tucker of Algona; Mr and Mrs Francis Pfeffer, Cecelia, Linda and Jofe and Tom and Gary Green of Wesley. Ronald Muller was among the Class of '52, who received their "First Holy Communion" that morning at St. Cecelia's. Norma Pfeffer served as flower girl for 'the Communion ,at St. Benedict. Class that day The next meeting will be June 8 at the Center School with Pauline Girres, Cora Johnsen and Lavonne Larsen as hostesses. The lesson will be on music. Firestone Nylon Tires A complete new line of Firestone nylon tires for trucks and off the highway vehicles is now being offered here by Bradley Bros, tire department. It is stated that the new tires have undergone the toughest desert "torture tests to which tires have ever been submitted. They are on display at the local store. Ticket Sale of Concert Ass'n Meets Quota A fine series of concerts for th 1954-55 season of the Kossuth County Community Concert As- socation is assured as a result of last week's membership drive conducted by Mrs C. D. Morck, Jr., chairman and Barbara Haggard, secretary of the Association. So thoroughly were the city and county towns canvassed that, as a result; sufficient memberships were obtained to engage the celebrated soprano, Vivian Delia Chiesa; the gifted young pianist, Leonard Pennario; and the famous de Paur Infantry Chorus. The following won the drawing of free membership: Joan Scott, adult membership; Mrs R. H. Galbraith, adult membership; Mrs Dean Taylor, student membership; Ruth Hodgson of Burt won the record for securing the most memberships. The following earned memberships by selling 10 adult memberships: Mrs Evei-ett Anderson, Mrs M. H' Brower, Mrs Julian Chrischil- les. Jim Lytle, Mrs C. D. Morck, Jr. Mrs John Schutter, Mrs Harry Greenberg. Also Miss Ruth Hodgson, Burt (2), Mrs W. G. Flaig, Lone Rock; Mrs W. Thompson, Swea City; Mrs W. M. Schram and Florence Reynolds (2) of Titonka. Elfrieda Clark Essay Winner Mrs Elfrieda C. Clark of Aleona wrote the winning essay for adults in Kossuth County Farm Bureau women's Get-Out-The- Vote essay contest. Her winning essay Citizenship Responsibilities in a Democracy" will be entered in the state C °A teS Get-Out-The-Vote meeting will be held at the Legion Hall in Burt, Tuesday evening, May 25, according to Mrs Charles Nygaard, chairman. Harry btor- ey, Legislative Director . ul the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation will be the speaker. Voting procedures and ballots will be explained. Mrs Nygaard invites all organized groups of the county to be represented at that meeting. Dairy Group To Meet An important meeting has been called by the Kossuth County Centennial Dairy Committee to be held next Thursday night, May 20, at the Farm Bureau office in Algona at 8:00 p.m. Plans for the dairy parade section will be unfolded, and movies will be shown. All are urged to intend. Isaacsons Win 5 Photo Honors- Nels and Kay Isaacson of Brown's Studio, Algona, were winners of five awards at the rofessional Photographers o f iOwa convention held Sunday, Monday and today (Tuesday) at the Hotel Savery in Des Moines. In addition, Mr. Isaacson was presented with the Medlar Award, top honor of the convention, for the "Best Portrait" of all 600 exhibited. He is the first photographer in Iowa to receive this award two years in a row. Mr Isaacson took first place in men's portraits with a photo ol James Lucas, Fort Dodge. He won honorable mention in the same class with a portrait of Ed Dickinson, and honorable mention in women's portraits with a photo ofi.Adele Herbst. Mrs Isaacson was awarded a second place plaque in hand coloring, and also received an lonorable mention in the same class. Algona Woman Injured At Sea Mrs Mabel Lee, mother of Mrs Howard Stillman,, suffered painful bruises and a back injury on a trip she is making to visit her. son. Dr. R. E. Lee and family, in Bad-Tolz, Germany. Her injuries were sustained on the ocean liner S.S. Atlantic, when the vessel encountered rough weather during the crossing on the north Atlantic ocean. Safety ropes were strung up on deck and in the lounges and all passengers were ordered to leave their staterooms and hang on the ropes. .The rope to,:.which Mrs Lee was clinging broke, throwing her across a lounge into a pile of chairs. As a result of .her njuries, she was confined to her stateroom for the remainder of the voyage, and also for a week after arriving in Germany. Dr. Lee is an army doctor stationed at Bad-Tolz, Germany. It is not known exactly when Mrs Lee will return, but in a recent letter she stated she had cancelled her return trip tickets by sea 1 ;- and will return by. transatlantic plane. Swea City F. F. A. Elects Officers Swea City — New officers for the Swea City FFA chapter elected Monday, are Allen Johnson, president; Allet^ Peterson, vice president; Duane Jensen, secretary; Larry Gram, treasurer; Jack Angle, reporter and Jecry Gram, sentinel. The new officers will take offices July 1. ' Outgoing officers are in Gardner, president; Allen Johnson, vice president; Lawrence Goche, secretary; Everett Thorsqn, treasurer; Duane Jensen, sentinel; and Allen Peterson, reporter. Fine $10, But License Is $470 The fine was only $10 for R. W. Bradbury, Rolfe trucker, on a :harge of operating an overload- jd truck, but the new license that he had to buy cost him $470.' He also paid a $5 fine for not having a proper registration card, in the -ourt of Justice C. H. Ostwinkle, ast week. In other traffic cases, Kenneth Jhristensen, Des Moines, was ined $5 and costs for improper passing; Mat Hilbert, Algona, was fined $5 and costs for viola- ion of a restricted license; W. '. Haupert, Bancroft, was fined 110 and costs for not having the iroper Iowa truck license. David E. Sharp,. Mason City, ivas fined $15 and costs for im- iroper passing on a bridge. Jack Ferstl, St. Benedict, was ined $2 and costs for false draW- ng of a check, and the check was made good. Say Capt. Fischer Held In China Statements made by two air force officers last week failed to shed much light on the fate of Capt. Harold Fischer of Swea City. . The two men, Lt. Col Gerald Brown, Williams air force base, Chandler, Arizona, and Capt. Hamilton B. Shawe, Jr., George air force base, Victorville, Cal., mmmmumummmuutnmmmm BASEBALL EQUIPMENT - WE HAVE IT - WILSON - DUBOW, NOKONA,, 3 AND FOUR FINGER GLOVES, BASEBALL & SOFT BALL BATS - BALLS and SCORE BOOKS, RULE BOOKS At BECKER'S Sporting Goods are both former prisoners of the Chinese dottitwunistB, , v < BhJwrf'r^oVtea that While hi was a prisoner one of thfl En£ lish-speakifltf Chinese told .him Fischer Wift feeing held in Chifta and had bfeen charged as a war criminal "because he was guilty of dropping germs on China proper? When -asked Whether Fischer woUld be repatriated, the. Chinese said he didn't know. Brown said lie didn't put much stock in the«Red Chinese statements. Shawe reported seeing a story in a communist newspaper saying "that Captain Fischer had been shot down over Manchuria and taken prisoner." He read the item while a war prisoner. All efforts by the U.S. to get Fischer, 29, ?nd 18 other airmen and navy officers:from the Reds have been rebuffed. The men are being held as prisoners m violation of the prisoner exchange agreement Fischer was shot down April 7, 1063 "While leading a flight of four Sribre- 'Jets near the Manchurian t£rttor> and was taken prisoner, trkeher had'fln excellent flying SSf against.the Reds during the Korean War, having-* oeeh credited with 10'MIGs, enough to make him a doublejice. Newcomers Club The -Newcomers Club of Algona will meet this coming Thursday evenhig at 7:30 p.fn,at the Hotel Algojia. All interested are invited. Cards and , dessert are on the program. FOftftJNE, Grinnell is somewhat agog over James Totton, 89 year old eccentric of that city. In his squalid quarters law "iforcementofficers. recently found about $20,000. A captive balloon is one .which, is moored to the ground. SUPPER CLUB Will Have Drawing For the Grand Opening PRIZE Thursday, May 20 at 8:00 P.M. Winner Will'Receive a Wrist Watch From Sharp's Jewelry WE ARE OPEN . . . Sundays 12 Noon to 9 P. M. Weekdays 5:30 P.M. to 2:30 A.M. CLOSED MONDAYS „ Drive Out and Try Our Fine Foods (•THRIFTY TIPS from your friendly store GRADUATION GIFT SPECIALS THIS WEEK! Hi School Golf Team Is Third Algona High's golf team finished third with a 357 total in the district tournament at Fort Dodge last Saturday. Mason City and Fort Dodge finished one-two in the meet, thereby winning the right to enter the state meet at Ames, May 29 Mason City had a 338 and Fort Dodge 339 in the district. N i d a s Dermand was low scorer for the locals with an 86 over the 18-hole layout. Dave Bunting had an 88, Pete Langmack a 91 and Phillip Miller a 92 for Coach Tony Guzowski's The Bulldogs finished ahead of Iowa Falls, Clear Lake, Humboldt and Hampton of the North Central Conference. Swea City Fish Fry Swea City — The Swea City V.F.W. announces a stag fish fry and smoker will be held Friday, May 21, the serving to start at 7 p.m. The event is open to all men in the community. Aftttr... 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