The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 5, 1956 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 5, 1956
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HOSPITALS May 28 — Carl Busch, Bancroft, medical; Mrs Peter Oakland, Algona, surgery. May 30 — Nina Duryea, Algona, medical; Paul Hum, Algona, medical. May 31—-Mrs J. R. Chrischilles, Algona, medical; Mrs M. O. Kinseth, Algona, maternity; Mrs Gus Sjogren, Algorta,, medical; Mrs James Arend, Algona,-girl; Mrs Eugene Arndoffer, Wesley, boy. . June 1 — Michael D. Bray, Algona, medical; J. I. Merryman, Afgona, medical; Gleh;Peglow, Irvington, medical; Mrs Robert Hottzbauer, Algofta, girl. Jung 2 -^ Mrs Kate Annis,, Algona, medical. NOW THRU THURSDAY A BOLD THEME , .;, . A DARING PICTURE . . . . "An Extraordinary Bold Forthright Film About Dope Addiction!" nforgcttablc!" -TIME VAOMN8 K'M NOVAK BriliiantI" ' PLUS CARTOON AND NEWS Jfufte 3 —s» Mfs Paul Seeley, Algona, accident; Mrs Raymond Reid, Algbna, surgery. Juftt 4 *± Joan Kelley, Sjex* ton, T & A; Mrs Kenneth 3tu- der,, Wesley, medical; Mrs Eugene , Algona, medical. ONE Frank and Sievert Johnson of Glenwood recently caught a 51- pound catfish in the Missouri fiver near there, using a hoop het. COME OUT EARLY! GET HOME EARLY! ONLY ONE COMPLETE PROGRAM MONDAYS THROUGH FRIDAYS Tuesday-Wed. $ BUCK NITE JOIL McCREA EDWARD ARNOLD "ROARING TIMBER" (On at 8:30) GARY COOPER MERLE OBERON / "THE COWBOY AND THE LADY" (On at, 10:30) • from iTntV --"---'- ALGONA.IOWA GIVE A WATCH - THE G5FT OF HAPPINESS ! SENATOR "H" 17 jewels, shock resistant unhrcokublc molnspring Add a Really Handsome Touch To Dad's Appearance. Give — Speidel's NEW MEN'S JEWELRY Nationally Famous BULOVA 29.75 to 65.00 HAMILTON $49.50 up ELGIN 33.75 to 87.50 $135 WARWICK —18 Jewels, 14K Natural Gold. Sweep Seconds. Kreisler WATCHBAND A great buy for a great guy ! $2.50 to $12.50 Richly Finished In Superb Leather Rohlf's Men's $3.50 to $15.00 \ Always in good taste MEN'S RINGS Diamond — Onyx — Stone Organization — Cameo A Favorite Gift! Ronson Cigarette LIGHTERS $5.50 to $15:00 FREE MONOGRAMMING Your Gift Beautifully Wrapped! For Gifts That Are Treasured Most It's JEWELRY Mallard Game and Half Ahead In County Loop Mallard pulled farther awty from the pack 4ue to Sunday's activity in the KossutH Baseball League. The lesgue^eaders kept their slate clean by chalking u|5 their fourth straight win, a 14-1 walloping of Rodman at Rodman. .. • Emmetsburg dowlied Bancroft, 15-10, Whittemore clouted the Algona KCs, 14-2, and Humboldt rattled Lone Rock, 15-3, in other league contests. THe KCs found themselves without their pitching sensation, Junior Snyder, and fell hard as Whittemore slammed out 14' hits during the day. . • • . Whittemore wrapped up the decision in the home half of the second frame with a six-run outburst on three hits. Three walks, singles by Vern Muller and J. Kollasch, and a baSes- loaded home run by McDonnell accounted for the runs. The KCs got one tally in the top of the fifth on a hit batsman and pair of walks, but Whittemore put together another six- run frame to ice matters. Singles by Kliegl, who got. a pair :n the inning, McDonnell, Meyer and J. Elbert and three walks made the game a run-away. Algona got a run on a walk, single by I<erv Hentges and an error in the sixth, and Whitte- mpre finished the day's scoring with a pair in the last of the seventh on two walks, a- single by Kliegl and a triple by Muller. Christoffers _..' 5 0 1 B. Diekman i 5 0 2 A. Winkel . 3 1 0 35 2 8 Whitlemore (14) AB R M Kiiegl • 5 2 4 McDonnell 4 2 2 Meyer 4 2 1 Muller 3 1 2 Lane - 4 1 0 Elbert 4 2 2 Kollasch 5 2 3 Kisch .'-4 0 0 Higgins 1 0 0 Denier -.,2 2 0 36 14 14 Kisch hurled the first six frames for the winners to get the victory, while Loren Nelson took the loss for the KCs. Kliegl- was the day's top sticker with a triple and three singles in five tries, Emmeisburg slammed out 17 hits to Bancroft's 15 in its win. Thompson went all the way on the hill for the winners, while Lichliter, Rahe, Donahue and McNertney paraded to the mound for the losers. Grennett shackled Lone Rock with five hits as Humboldt' took Lone Rock. Cotton and Boiling-, er hurled for the losers. Tanner hit a home run for the Humboldt' nine. Standings W L Mallarck 4 0 Lone Rock 2 1 Algona i 2 2- 'Humboldt 2 2' Rodman 1 2 Whittemore - 1 2 Emmetsburg 1 . 2 Bancroft 1 3 * * * Box score: Algona 12) A3 R H Hentges '-.4 1 ,2 Batt -.- A ,00 G. Winkel 1 0 0 Nelson --,- --3 0 1 J. Diekman ^5 02 Simmons 4 0 0 Godden 1 0 0 Swing and Sway, with SAMMY KAYE His Oreh. & Famous Stars plus That Sensational Radio and TV Feature 'So You Want to Lead a Band" fO«i DODOI IC)WA FRIDAY, JUNE 15 Mason City Takes legion Twice Sunday Algona's Junior Legion baseball nine fell to Mason City in both ends of a doubleheader at the fairgrounds Sunday. The visitors took the opener, 8-0, and the nightcap, 8-7. Jerry Rupp got the only two hits garnered by the locals in the first games, singles in the first and fifth innings, 'as Byerly. Mason City hurler, set Algona down by chalking up 12 strikeouts. Al Grill and Dave Kohl hurled for Algona, with Grill taking the loss. Yegge of Mason City banged a home run with the bases empty in the top of the fifth frame. The finale furnished most of the excitement for local fans as Algona stayed in the contest right up to the last out. Mason City counted once in the top of the first and three times in the second to grab a 4-0 bulge. Two errors, a single by Duane Kueck and a double by Cecil Schilmoeller in the bottom of the second sent two runs home for Algona and made it 4-2. • That's the way it was until the last of the fifth. An error and singles by Ted Finley and Kueck tied the count at 4-4. Mason City took over again by sending in three runs in the ^top .of the sixth and a singleton in the seventh to make it 8-4. Coach Jason Loving's men then made a valiant attempt to take the game. Bob Slobe started the rally with a home run over the, •right field fence. A walk and : .si-ngles by Finley, Kueck, Kohl 'and Schilmoeller'made it'8-T/ttu't Rupp grounded out to end the game "with the bases loaded. Schilmoeller gave up eig*ht hits, while Algona get nine off two Mason City chuckers. Butler clubbed a home run for Mason City. Rupp, Slobe, Finley, Kueck a,nd Schilmoeller each picked up two hits during the two games. The locals meet Lone Rock there Tuesday, June 5, and Corwith here Friday. Kim Novak Kim Novak is Ihe one constructive force in Frank Sinatra's life in "The Man With The Golden Atm," United Artists release now playing through Thursday at the Algona Theatre; • •.'•> * i Tuesday, June 5, 1956 Algona (let.) Upper D «» Moln*»-5 ~ _..... . ._.._ .. . .,_ - - L —... .. . - -----,--- -I'-in-r- -- •- - -•- a .W-.-IIIL-M. .TUT MTil-i 1- ••• '- - - I III I I **^ ALGONA© the parish hall. Maurice Blome and Ma^rlyn Hipp«n, who left May 30 for the $ir force, will take their basic training at Parks A. F. B. in California. Mr and Mrs TePaske attended graduation at Ayestmar College in LeMars Monday. Mrs Te- Paske's sister, Rose Mary Mac- Cannon, was a member of the class. Mr and Mrs Clifton tiuckels, Paula and Mike, attended a Buckels family reunion at Iowa City Sunday. Mrs BUckels and children left Saturday for Webster City where Cliff is working with the Beemer well drilling machine and he accompanied them from there. Mr and Mrs Russell Rugg of Cedar Falls visited in the Vernon Smith home Memorial Day. COMING SUNDAY A GREAT PICTURE j*» Starring — INNIST BORGNINE Academy Award Winner fix -f* Margaret Ennen Of Lakota Wed At Nashua Lakota—A wedding* ceremony performed May 27 in the Little Brown church At Nashua united Margaret Elaine Ennen and Francis Stcnburg of Elmore, Minn!" Rev. Ralph J. Ban-on officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a pink Linen suit with white, accessories and her corsage was a white orchid. She was given in marriage by her father. Mrs Merle Anderson was matron of honor. Margaret is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Qco. Ennen. The wedding dinner was served at Park Inn at Mason City. Margaret was a member of the 1956 graduating class of Lakota high school while the bridegroom graduated from Elmore high school in 1954. The newlyweds will mako their home in Elmore where both are employed. Miss Winter Honored Miss Barbara Winter, was honoree at a pre-nuptial shower, May 28 in the Presbyterian church parlors. Hostess included the Mesclames Charles Gul- knecht, Arlowe Blome, Henry Mitchell, Emory Smith, Ronald Heetland, E. A. Wortman, I. E. ;Worlman, C. C. Gerzema arid Jerry Heetland. Shirley Smith registered the guests. Ruth .Hartshorn of Fenton gave a humorous reading. Wanda Blome sang 'The Desert Song', Shirley Smith player accordion selections and Mrs C. C. Gerzema gave a reading. Barbara was assisted 'by the Misses Karen Schroeder, .Rosalie Bartolo and Carol Winter in opening the gifts. > TUES., JUNE 12th Storz Brewery Dance EDDIE ALLEN OHCH. Get Your Free Tickets WED., JUNE 131h Teenage Dance Country Clubbers ~ FBI., JUNE 15th The Nation's No. 1 Old Time Band WHOOPEE JOHN And Orchestra SAT., JUNE 16th Dot Recording Artists THE HILLTOPPERS Featuring JIMMY SECCO JULES HERMAN ORCH. For Dancing Adm. 1.46 plus tax tot. 1.65 to tor husband's house... tin woman waited...for tM itrir ERNEST BORGNINE .CINEMASCOPE TECHNICOLOR Mrs Robertson Buried Monday Graveside rites for Bernadine F. Robertson, 59, former Kossuth county resident, were held Monday in the Union township cemetery. Rev. G. G. Hallauer officiated and McCullough's Funeral Chapc-l was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Robertson died ut Denver, Colo. Tuesday, May 29, following an illness of several years. A "statute" mile, is one of exactly 5280 feet. Witnesses H-Bomb Blast Don Wortman, son of Mr uncl Mrs I. E. Wortman, was al Eneivetok in the Pacific last week with a group of officials from Washington, D. C. to witness the H-Bomb explo.sion. Mr and Mrs Gus Torino of Do.-; Moinos were Sunday visitors with Mrs Harriet Warburton. Mrs Arlene Quady left recently for Minneapolis where she will work this summer. A large group of Presbyterian Sunday School members and parents enjoyed their annual picnic at the Blue Earth fairgrounds Friday, The Lutherans ended their Bible school with a picnic Dinner in THE LINEN LOOK IN MEN'S SPORT COATS LOW-PRICED • . ' L ' .'"' » W* t I 995 Smart 2-button fingU breasted sport coat in crease-resistant rayon ond acetate. As linen- looking os though It just came off the spinning wheel. Shape retaining, lightweight, cool! Colorful embroidered crest on pocket Natural and cadet Sizes 36 to 44» for "DAD"the GREATEST GUY ON EARTH (FATHERS' DAY is SUNDAY, JUNE SHORT-SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS EASY TO WEAR EASY TO CARE FOR Give your special guy a very special shirt . . . Wings! 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