The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 17
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Homer, Triple By Winkel As Algona Downs Fort Dodge ty i * ^uiF cfsT 30 '] took a f'<'<her slant step toward a possible Kossuth air^M 3 ^ 911 League title a* Si' c lg c f J°°P tea <™ Played games Sunday, turned past tho halfway mark in the race and headed toward the finish line. The league leaders, who hflVe been on top since the third week of the season, got past Estherville, 9-5, and enlarged a lead over runnerup Whittemore, a 3-1 loser to Emmetsburg, to l 1 ,^ games. Algona downed Fort THURSDAY: JACK WEBB in "THI D, I." FRIDAY and SATURDAY BLOOD m fe'S'ftir. * Love...She Gets Her Man Ctess "Reunion! SUNDAY & MONDAY - (2 Hits) Htotest Show in •Ratvamounf-fVesenfe DONALD ^tf PONALP OCONNOR f% /ANN DLYTH RHONDA FUMING It nimi PEIERW' PLUS COMPANION HIT THE RAMROD OFF THE TAUT RANCH! « OOIUUBIA HCTUU TECHNICOLOR 9 RANDOLPH -RICHARD MAUREEN ARTHUR other L 1 2 4 4 4 4 5 7 Dodge, 9-5, and Bancroft moved out of the cellar by pushing Lone Rock to the bottom rung, 4-3, in ten innings in league games. bfitfif Standings W Huniboidt 7 Whittetnore 5 Afgona -.-- 5 Estherville - 4 Emmetsburg _..... 4 Fort Dodge ...3 Bancroft 2 Lone Rock 1 Lone Rock will go to Estherville for a makeup game at 8 p.m. Thursday, tonight, July 18. Four games are on tap again this Sunday, with Algona, which gave Humbpldt a real scare before dropping a 6-5 decision earlier in the year, having its second try at Humboldt; Estherville traveling to Fort Dodge; Bancroft to Emmetsburg; and ^hittetnore to Lone Rock. Algona aaa Whittemore must win 1 their &&rnes to stay in the running for the Championship. jParrell fired a three-hitter for Emmetsburg, while the winners got nine hits from the offerings of Whittemore's Meyer in the fast moving fray at Whittemore. It was Dixon all the way for Bancroft in the win over Lone Rock that went an extra inning. Bierle and Jones worked on the hill for the losers. Bancroft got ten hits, the losers Jour*, The'KG win oVeriFort Dodge, second this year, was highlighted by 6 two-run homer; ,knd two-run triple by Manager tirOrdy Winkel, wholseems to like Fort Dodge pitching. He also "hit one out" in ft* first Fort 'Dodge, encounter. Ham Bristow avid Cecil Schilmoeller 1 shared; Bitching duties for the WinrieJ-s, allowing ten Hits. The winters collected nine 'blows and cojnmitted five erroti,'compared to'three by the losers. ' , idal Shower Honors Seneca Girl, July 9 Seneca — LaVelle Kauffman was honored at a bridal shower at the Seneca school gymnasium, Tuesday evening, July 9. Dorothy Oftedahl Hill announced the program: A song by Marilyn, Margery and Darlene Johnsop; poems, Mrs Henry Looft; and a skit 'What's in the Brides going away Suitcase" by Rosie Thompson and Marly's Bratrud. The bride-to-be then opened her many shower gifts assisted by Margery Thompson and her sisters, Peggy and Pamela. The bride's aunt, Miss Christiansen, poured. Hostesses included Mesdames Gordon Garrison, Cassie Klocko, Elmer Hanisch, Leo Crowley, Gerald Beaver, Dorothy Letcher of Buffalo Center, Bruce Hill, Eugene Petersen, Carl Nielsen, Chris Larsen, Henry Looft, Herman Gable Olaf Oftedahl, Howard Preston, Lawrence Johannesen, Charles Osborn, Clarence Osborn, Curtis Olsen, Edward Kennedy, Marian Tish, Earl Crouch, Genese Hampton, also Janet Garrison, Margaret Klocko, Margery and Rose Ann Thompson, Dorothy Nielsen, Lorraine Oftedahl, Marlys Bratrud and Mrs Hans Thompson and Mrs Christine Swanson. Miss Kauffman's marriage to Larry Swenson of Williams, Iowa, will be solemnized Saturday evening, July 27 at 8 o'clock at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. Rev. Harlan Blockhus will officiate at the ceremony. Called By Illness Mr and Mrs Olaf Oftedahl were called to Two Harbors, Minn,, early'last week due to the serious illness of the former's 87 year old> mother. Class of '37, Reunion The Seneca high school, graduating Class of 1937 held a class reunion on the Seneca school grounds July 14. Nine out of the fourteen members of, the class and their families were in attendance. The Class members have ft total of 37 children, 23 of whofft were in attendance. They aft planning their 25th class feum' in 1962. The same officer's wi retained, president, Ted Jenstft| vice president, Wesley Pattersdfi; and secretary-treasurer, Margery Lenihan. In attendance were Mr aftd Mrs Wesley Patterson and three children of Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mr and Mrs Dwane Camp^ bell and children, Swea City.; Mr and Mrs Mertoh McKean aftd •family, Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Perry Jensen. Roger and Deb* bie, George, Iowa; Mr and MfS Albert Johnson and family, Swea City; Mr and Mrs Everett Johati* nesen and family, Swea City; Mr and Mrs McGuire (Florence Engesser) and family, Bancroft: and Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen, Jill and Beckey, Fenton; and Mar* gery Lenihan and daughter of Fairmont, Minn. Members unable to be present included Mr and Mrs John Crow*' ley of Algona; Mr and Mrs Gloss, (Leone Johannesen), Oregon: Leo Klein, Fairmont, the Glen Paul- sons, Dysart, Iowa, and the Allen Strongs (Eleanor RoWn) of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Wesley Patterson and children of Oklahoma City visited from Thursday until Monday at the parental, O. R. Patter- sjbn home. 1 Mrs Ida Eisenschmidt of Du* buque visited Thursday at the home of her brother and family, the Martin Wilbergs. Thurs- dfey evening the Wilbergs took hter to Bode, Iowa, where she visited at the Minnie and Loila Hanson home. Mrs Wayne Wilberg and Mrs Van VanVactor of LaPorte, Ind., visited Thursday and Friday at the Martin Wilberg home. The Seneca Sparklers 4-H club held their local achievement show at the Seneca Lutheran DRIVE if &Ae«&e Thursday Thru Saturday DOUBLE Rock W Dare Show! Maria ENGLISH'Anna STEfHohn LITEl Lance FULLER -Adele JERGENS AGoUin Still Production.Produced byAlu Gorton*DiiKtt* b> Edmrd L. Citin • (»c«li<t Ptodunr: Simutl 2. Artglt Slory I Sctccopllf: Uu »umll.Are«nan.)<Uli«iUoMl Fwliwt TOUCH CONNORS USA GAVE STERLING HOUOWAY SUNDAY and MONDAY A GROWN-UP MOTION PICTURE FOR GROWN-UP EMOTIONS! every daughter should see it every parent must I ^^ '/Oil, iV,.tLiy (•„> ,„,"„.„,., TEENAGE REBEL GINGER ROGERS MICHAEL RENNIE •at TAB HUNTER Cibe boy with WtTbir"^ yT NATAUB , T _„ (Tbe girt with U» wenifaUMtfT , 2 C0108 CARTOONS parlors "Thursday afternoon, July 11. Mr and Mrs Afred Petersen took their daughters, Dorothy and Ayce to Fort Dodge, Sunday, where they wi work with a corn detasseing crew. 1 Mrs Melvin Madsen entertained the Jolly Jokers at her home Thursday afternoon. Haack Reunion Held At Fenton f Wilon — The Haack family re- Union was held at the Fenton Community Center, July 4th. Those in attendance were Mr and Mrs Carl Haack and family of Kaukauna, Wis., Mr and Mrs Albert Haack, Terry Haack, Ous Haack of Menasha, Wis., Gertrude Post, Appleton, Wis.; Mr and Mrs Rudolph Schenek. Appleton.; Mr and Mrs Walter Haack and Carol, Titonka, William Kading, .Lutts Creek; Mr and Mrs L. Zwiefel, Swea City; Mr and Mrs L. Seege- barth, Karen, Duane, Sandra Seegebarth, Mr and Mrs Ray Kading, Marvin, Douglas and David, Mr and Mrs William D. Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Martin Kading; Mr and Mrs William Hart- Wig and Helen, Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Theodore Bierstedt, Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Ervin Emick, -Greg and Brenda, Ring- Sted; Mr and Mrs Rudy Haack and Barbara, Mr and Mrs Jerome Denton and Nancy, Swea City; Mr and Mrs Ernie Haack, Livermore; Mrs Ernestine Kading, Mr and Mrs Glen Sabin, Judy and Jane, Mr and Mrs Sandy Stebritz, Mr and Mrs Chuck Reefer, Bobby and Kathy all of Algona. Mr and Mrs Otto Haack and Arlene, Cylinder; Mr and Mrs Bernard Haack and. family of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Phil Chase and Janie arro Carol of Fairmont; Mr and Mrs Ves Hainzinger and Karen, Mr and Mrs Virgil Borchardt and Joy, Fred and John Haack, Mrs Anna Haack all of Fenton. Plan Ball Game For County Fair As in the past few years, baseball will again be one of the featured attractions at the Kossuth County Fair, which will bo held here August 13-16. according to Lou Nitchals, secretary of the fair board. A single game, slated for 10 a.m. Thursday, August 15, is on tap. and will feature Whittemore and Thursday, July ifr, 19$? Algeria (la.) Uftttt tot the Algona 'KCs if arrangements can be completed by game manager Don Smith. Jr. The teams are the two from the county nearest, the top spot in the Kossuth County Baseball League, with Whittemoro in second and the KCs in fourth at the present time. Whittomore and Algona will share a purse, with the winner getting 60 percent and the loser 40 percent. Let Contract For Swea City Clinic Swea Cily — Lundquist Construction Company, LoMars, was awarded (he general contract for the medical clinic by Swea City Building, Inc., at their meeting Monday, for $19,750, which includes plumbing and heating by Georpe K. Nelson. Swea City, subcontractor. Architect's plans provide five rooms for office, lab, and examination for the physician's suite; the dentist's quarters include office, lab, and two operating rooms. There will be a joint waiting room for patients of both doctor and dentist. 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