The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 43
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4-Algona Mo.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, May 15, 1956 Titles To Four Bowlers In Larry's Tourney Ordan Hudson and Cliff Teeter annexed the singles crown and Cliff Benschoter and Eugene Duranl took the doubles in Larry's Handicap Tournament lasi weekend. Hudson and Teeter tied foi the singles lead with 610 totals, while Benscholcr and Durant lopped the doubles entries an 11157 count. A total of 22 doubles team and 32 singles entries bowled in the meet. Other top doubles teams were Frank Mittlieder-Joe Elbert, 1161; AntoTic Hansen-Al Erpelding. 1150: Jerry Scbimmel-Ray Colberg, 1140; and Soup Briggs- Bob MHtag, 1140. Schimmel had a 605 to take third in the singles. Behind him were Soup Briggs 604, Cliff Benschoter 603, O. Fischer 595. Eugene Durant 595. and Gordon Winkel 592. -NOW- Thru Thurs. HUNDREDS ACCLAIM IT! THE BEST PICTURE IN MONTHS! A LOVE STORY...possibly one of the greatest I Algona Tops Dodgers 5-4 Algona high school's baseball nine wound up the 1950 season on a successful note with a cozy 5-4 decision over Fort Dodge at the fair grounds Thursday afternoon. Coach Bob Kiim's crew thus ended its schedule with a 7-4 won-lost mark and kept King's record of never having a losing season intact. Algona won the game by pulling all its eggs in two baskets, a three-run first inning and two- run sixth inning rally that clinched the decision. After Bob Slobe skied out to open the bottom half of the first, Bob Harms walked. Loren Nel- WILLIAM HOLDEN NOVAK BETTY FIELD-SUSAN STRASBERO-CLIPF ROBERTSON AND CO-STAOOlKiO ROSMJND RUSSELL AS ROSBMAftV CINEMASCOPE w«» TECHNICOLOR tew n.i * DANIEL TARADASH. 8,,« w ti* *„ •*«.*-1, WILLIAM ING£ M II.K » THEATRE GUILD. Inc. «i JOSHUA LOGAN DKKIM bi JOSHUA LOGAN. »<**•< b, FRED KOHLMAR PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOHE, IOWA Sunday, May 20 BOBBY LINDEMAN Friday, May 25 Square Dance lessons Sunday, May 27 CLEM BRAU Friday, June 1 Square Dance Lessons Sunday, June 3 TONY BRADLEY NO MORE OLD-TIME DANCES UNTIL SEPT. 7 No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 r There's Big "TREASURE" At - LAST i To Register Your Name For $1,OOO IN FREE MERCHANDISE (Limited To Two Items) THE MYST PACKAG E (Value Somewheres Between $25.00 and $500.00) For Treasure Hunt Days - Friday & Saturday OUR "NUTTY NUMBERS" SPECIALS Sheaffer's Pen & Pencil Set S22.75 "Statesman" While Dot $11.50 CARVING SET $11.50 STAINLESS STEEL SET WILTGEN JEWELERS son followed with a double that chased Harms to third, and big Doug Meyer sent in both runs with a sharp single. Meyer then stole second and counted the third tally when Vernon Christoffers singled. Dave Kohl set the Dodgers- down through the first three innings, despite numerous scares. The visitors finally got to him for three runs to tie trie count in the top of the fourth. A hit batsman, a walk, a single and two errors turned the trick. The Bulldogs counted the important game winning runs in the home half of the sixth. Nelson singled and stole second Meyer walked and went to second on an error on a steal, and both men scored as Fort Dodge played for outs. *ort Oocige came up with its final run in the top of the seventh on a pair of singles ,but couum overtake Algona. Algona was outhit, 6-4, in the game. Nelson got two nits tot Algona, while Brown picked up two for Fort Dodge. Losing pitcher was Townscnd, Box score: Algona (5) AB R H Slobe, Ib. 2 0 0 Harms, 2b. -.2 1 0 iNelson. ss. „.- 3 2 2 Meyer, c. --2 2 1 L. "Kueck, cf. 2 0 0 Cowan, If. 1 0 U Christoffers, rf. 3 0 1 Hupp, 3b. - 1 0 0 Kom, p. 2 0 0 Helrners, 3b. 2 0 0 JJ. Kueck, If. 2 0 0 5 To Represent Algona; State Track Meet Algona tracksters will compete in three events in the state track •iicets at Ames, Saturday, May 2(i. due to finishes in the district •.neet at Cherokee last weekend. Larry Johnson won the pole vault title when he went 10-9. It was the seventh time in eigh'- meets this year Johnson has won the event. Darrell Davis ran the half mile in 2:08.2 for Algona': other first place finish of the day A third place finish by the two- mile relay team proved to be good enough to, take it to thr state meet. The team, Ron Dits worth. Phil Norris, Jerry Downey and Davis, toured the ovr.' in 8:40.1, eight seconds better than the school record, in advancing to the state. Downey was third in the half mile run, Ditsworth took fourtl in the broadjtimp, Dick Bahr was fifth in the 220 and thr medley relay team also placed fifth. The team will compete in the conference meet at Humboldt this Saturday before going to Ames the following weekend. 22 5 4 For! Dodge (4) AB..R-.H Brown, lib. 4 2 2 McCormick, ss. 4 0 0 Patterson, Ib. 4 0 1 Hanson, c. —».-3 0 1 Lampe, 3b. 4 0 0 Mullaro, cf. 2 1 0 Barnes, If. 2 0 0 Anderson, If. 1 0 0 Oleson, rf. I 0 1 Towiiscnd, p. 3 1 1 28 Diamond Due Home Phillip Diamond, Algona merchant, is expected home this week after a week at Park hospital. Mason City, where he underwent treatment. Mrs Diamond has been in charge of the store in Phil's absence. Tuesday - Wed. ff $ Buck Nites Bowery Boys Humphrey Bogart Sylvia Sidney "DEAD END" PLUS GARY COOPER in 'THE WESTERNER' Sunday — 3 Days NOT-SO-LONESOMB GEORGE SAYS: '•You can't hardly get movies like this no morel'* GAYNOR Here Sunday! Milzi Gaynor co-siars with George Gobel in the hilarious new technicolor comedy hit, "The Birds and the Bees," which plays Sunday through Tuesday at Ihe Algona. Glenda Gabrielson tried keeping up with her mother by being on the committee for the** girls 4-H Motllers' Day tea held at the center school. Others attending from here were Mrs Wilford Ward and Joan. Mrs Harold A. Martinek Glennda Gabrielson and Linda Hansen were among the members of the new confirmation class of (he Methodist Church at Wesley to make a trip to Mason City "with Rev. Webb. They visited churches of other denominations for a lesson on .ither religions. Lopsided Games Mark Opening Of Kossuth League Two games opened play in the Kossuth County Baseball League- Sunday. Mallard flogged the Algona KCs, 25-3, in seven innings al Algona, and Bancroft whomp- ed Humboldt. 15-5, at Humboldt. Sunday's action will find Algona at Bancroft, Hurliboldt at Mallard, Lone Rock at Emmetsburg and Whittemorc at Rodman. Rodman, Lone Rock, Emmetsburg and Whittemore didn't play their openers Sunday. Eckhart hurled Mallard's easy win over the KCs, allowing five hits while his teammates collected 14. Jim Geelan started on the hill for Algona and Nelson finished up. Bob Eckhart, Nystrom and Keerbs hit home runs for Mallard. Keerbs blasted a pair, while Harold Amfahr belted one for Algona. The losers committed 11 errors during the fray. Bancroft banged out 24 hits in downing Humboldt. The losers picked up eight bingles. Lichliter hurled all the way for the winners, while Larson. Green, Chns- tenscn, Grenett and Monahan went to the hill for the losers. Tanner of Humboldt got the lone home run in the contest, whik> •-•id I'i'-k Dudding each chipped in with four hits for Ban- SIX WINNERS Be sure lo read ihis page thoroughly and if you spot your name individually, you will receive free admittance lo iho technicolor comedy hit, "The Birds and the Bees",, playing.. Sunday Ihrcugh Tuesday at the Algona theater. Just give your name at the box office. Gary McDonald So far the only, reported storm damage was the loss of the phone for a morning at the Gabrielson home when lightning struck the line. It rang before the repairman got out of the yard as an indication of how'important the instrument is at that home. Mr and Mrs Don Prcw had a night out in belated celebration of their wedding anniversary last month but it was enjoyed just as much. Mr and Mrs Bob Kcllcy had an evenng out at Ft. Dodge. But it was mostly business as usual since they attended a lumbermen's meeting. John Jennings had an unluck\ day for a birthday as it came on Mother's Day this year. Mrs Jennings thought it would be fail if they each served the other's Sunday dinner. Mrs Stanley Muckey IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT J. P. Simon SEXTON NEWS On one of those rainy days last week Mrs John Jennings entertained her P.E.G. circle from A!- gor.;\. John spent the afternoon at the home of a daughter, Mrs Clarence Camulay. Robert Knucsen Mrs Glenn Gabrielson spent another fast-moving week trying to get some gardening done between trips. She was substitute for another Farm Bureau member when she attended a get out the vote meeting at Burl. Anther Farm Bureau meeting wa? more fun than work for a change. Mrs Gabrielson was one of a group of ladies taking a chartered bus for an all day tour of sights ,'in Des Moincs. Mrs Gabrielson also attended the Mothers day tea of the Plum Creek Women's Club at Millie Slagle's home. Next week Mrs Gabrielson will spend a little time at home in order to entertain the Plum Creek Homemakers here May 23. Josephine Dillmer KENT MOTOR May "Safely Monlh" BRAKE SPECIAL HERE'S WHAT WE DO: 1. Inspect Lining 2. Clean Repack Front Wheel Bearings 3. Add Brake Fluid 4. Inspect Grease Seals 5. Adjust Brake Shoes 6. Test Brakes ANY CAR COMPLETE BRAKE and FRONT END SERVICE Kent Motor Co. Phone 434 Algona Graham Stores In Expansion Program In Iowa From a modest start forty-ninn years ago, in 1907. the Graham Department Stores Company has steadily grown to the point where it now comprises twenty modern department stores,, serving as many cities throughout Iowa. The organization is now celebrating its 49th anniversary, with the Graham store in Algona observing its 27th year. Still Wholesale Business The Graham company, with headquarters in Otlumwa, was founded by C. L. Graham, who 1 raveled for and later purchased an Omaha wholesale drygoods firm. He moved the firm to Ottumwa, where the wholesale end of the present business is very much alive, exclusively serving Ihe twenty Graham retail stores. The Graham company also maintains buying offices in the New York and Chicago markets, an,! use/, the services of some fifty resident buyers m procuring fashion "iiH other merchandise. C. L. Bliley was the first manager of the local Graham department store, which is now headed by W. Brail Wright, with a familiar staff of employees. Now | M. Brail Wright se.-ving its fourth generation of customers, the motto of the retail organization is "Satisfaction guaranteed, or y o u r money i-heorfully refunded." Company To Expand At tin- present time, the Graham parent organization is cm- barking i°n an expansion program which will place stores in more communities in Iowa. These units will be complete departments stores, similar to the Algona store, and will be established in several more progressive Iowa towns. Tliis week, throughout the state, all Graham stores are observing the 49th anniversary of the company with special | c.venls. A GALA SHOWING OF NEW 1956 MODELS in ona WEN ""birds and the . bees REGINALD GARWNB?FR8> OAAK ALSO SPECIAL FEATURETTE "24 HOUR ALERT" Starring the men and officers of the U. "3. Air Force . . . and JACK WEBB FRIDAY & SATURDAY DURING TREASURE HUNT DAYS 15 Different Makes! ON DISPLAY AT SOUTH SIDE OF STATE AND DODGE STREET INTERSECTION IN HEART OF BUSINESS DISTRICT CENTRAL MOTORS DeSoto - Plymouth BRANDT BUICK Buick J & L MOTORS Chrysler - Plymouth TAYLOR MERCURY Mercury PERCIVAL MOTORS Dodge - Plymouth DAU'S GARAGE Olclsmobile KENT MOTOR CO- Ford SCHULTZ BROS. Studebaker - Packard ERNIE WILLIAMS Ponliac • Cadillac KOSSUTH MOTORS Chevrolet RUSS & KY'S Nash PLAN NOW TO SEE AND INSPECT THESE CARS!

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