The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1957 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 1, 1957
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.) Up)w Dti Melnm thwfwfcry, August I, 19S? Engag-ed to Wed Mr and Mrs Walter Rich of Burt, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Sandra Lee, above to LaRoy Schroder, son of Mrs Florence Schroder of Lone Rock, The couple will be married Aug. 18. To Wed Algona Man Bancroft Host To State Junior Legion Bail Meet Algona Back In 3rd, Kossuth County League Mr and Mrs Paul Grauer of Cherokee announce the engagement of their daughter, Karin Kay, above, of Sioux City, to Donald Dean Shirley of Sioux City, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Shirley of Algona. Miss Grauer is employed as a beautician at Mary's Beauty Salon in Sioux City. Mr Shirley is employed by the Iowa State Highway Commission. No wedding date has been s^t. Girl Scouts Picnic Mrs Earl Miller and Mrs Leo Gardner, leaders of Girl Scout Troop number 20, and Mrs Loretta Bruch, scout mother, accompanied the girls to Albert Lea, Minn., where they enjoyed a picnic dinner and supper Saturday and went swimming in the lake. They were joined by Mrs Hallard Snyder Jr., daughter of Mrs Miller who with her husband lives at Albert Lea and he plays with a ball team. Girls in attendance wfere Judy Ackerman, Elaine Bruch, Vicki Briggs, Michele Cassel, Sharon Gardner, Marilyn Miller, Carolyn Sabin, Berdine Shaw, Ellen Snider, Dorlene 'Thilges, and Phyllis Wiegand, Birthday Party : Mrs Mary Ann Simmons entertained 20 girls and boys Monday, July 29, in honor of her Daughter, Jacqueline, who* was seven years old. After playing games, a lunch was served by Mrs Simmons, assisted by Mrs Dick Cam On Sunday Mrs Simmons entertained at a dinner in Jacqueline's honor, Mrs Mary Sondergaard, Mrs Anna Christenson, Don and Jack, Mr and Mrs A. W. Christensen and Phil of Thornton; Mr and Mrs Wayne Christ'- ensen and Kevin, Swea City, and Mr and Mrs. Fred Theil of Emmetsburg. Family Dinner , Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves •entertained at a family dinner Monday evening in honor of the mother Mrs Clara Hargreaves -Who was observing her 84th Birthday. In attendance were Sfr and. Mrs E. W. Anderspn of Omaha, Neb., Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves^ Mr and Mrs Ralph Eibert and Mr and Mrs Dick Me- (|innis, Suzanne and Michael. Mr and Mrs -Anderson are on vacation and will be here a few days. Canadian Quests Mrs Bertha Pommer entertained at dinner last week Thursday evening and had as guests 'Mr and Mrs William ppoft of Saskatchewan, Can., Mr and Mrs Fred Looft of Swea City, Mrs John Hendrjcksen and daughters Sarah and Mary of Ames and Mr and Mrs Geret De- W&ard pf Wo4en. Mrs Hendricksen and daughters remained for a Visit of a few days, J|t Claw Reunion ;Mr and 'Mrs Games Ackerman were at Stewartville, Minn., the nd of July 20 and 21 to the centennial celebration. also attended a class re- Bancroft's high-powered Junior Legion baseball team derailed Mondamin, 12-0, and Hull, 16-0 and moved into the state Legion meet slated for Bancroft's Memorial Park Sunday and Monday, Aug. 11-12. First round pairing* for the four-team state get-to§eth«* will find Cedar Rapids meeting Mason City at 2 p.m. anfl Bancroft tangling with Ames at 8 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 11. The final game, featuring winners of opening day games, will be held the following day at 8 p.m. In taking its final two inter- disirict games, Bancroft pitchers gave up only two hits, both to Hull in the contest at Bancroft Monday night. The four teams who will appear in the state meet gained admittance by winning county, district and inter-district titles. ONE HITTER} BANCROFT TO STATE PREP FINAL Tom Clark fired a one-hitter as St. John's of Bancroft advanced to the finals of the state baseball tournament with a 5-0 win over Farragut at Breda, Friday night. The Johnnies met Muscatine for the title at Slater last night (Wednesday) weather permitting. Bancroft's win over Farragut was highlighted by Clark's fine iiurling and an offense that counted single runs in the first, second, fourth and fifth innings which iced the win. DeGeeter, Hatten, Menke, Schiltz artd Rahe each collected a hit for the winners. 18 Widening Set The State Highway Commission accepted a low bid of $305,314 from the Greene Construction Co. last week, for 16 miles of pavement widening at various points along U.S. highway 18, from the Palo Alto line east tq Sexton, in Kossuth county. Algeria's KCs rode into third place in the Kossuth County Baseball League with a 9-8 verdict over Emmetsburg here Sunday. It was the only league game played as rain wiped out the rest of the schedule. Manager Gordy Winkel supplied the big punch for the locals, a home run with two mates on base in the bottom of the fourth inning. He added two other hits to the KC total of ten during the game. League Standings W L Humboldt ...„.._-8 1 Whittemore —"i--5 2 Algona ._• :iw_6 5 Emmetsburg .ZL.5 5 Estherville i*5 5 Fort Dodge ——i."4 5 Bancroft _.3 0 Lone Hock ..I 8 Games this week, will find Fort Dodge at Whittemore, Bancroft at Algona, Lone Rock at Estherville and Humboldt at Emmetsburg. Algona counted once in the second and four times in the home half of the third to take a 5-0 lead. Emmetsburg hammered away at Ham Bristow, Algona hurler, and cut the margin to 5-4 in the top of the fourth, setting the stage for Winkle's long blow 1 that made it 8-4. The KCs hung on to win despite two run rallies in ' the fifth and eighth innings by the losers. • Besides Winkel's three hits, Clint Godden and Harold Amfahr each added two blows to the Algona total. Agard New Supt, At Hayfleld A former well-known Wfe»f Bend high school girls feas- keiball coach, Gefrald Agard, was signed recently to serve as superintendent of schools at Hayfield. „ Mr Agard will also coach girls and boys basketball and his wife will teach in the high school. He was superintendent at Lime Springs last year and prior to thai served several years at Ossian. His girls basketball team at West Bend won a slate championship in the late thirties. Ringsfed Host To Lutheran Meet Ringsted — The 80th annual convention of the American Evangelical Lutheran Church will be hold in St. John's Lutheran Church, Ringsted, Iowa from August 6-11. The meetings will be held in the Ringsted High School, St. Paul's Lutheran church and St. John's Lutheran church. The opening Service will be on Tuesday evening, August 6, at 8:00. Rev. Holger O. Nielsen, vice president of the 'AELC will conduct the service. Wednesday morning, August 7, the Synodical President, Dr. Alfred Jensen will declare the convention to be in session. Dr. Erling Jensen, Ames, will be the chairman of the business sessions. There will be reports from the different agencies and committees IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Ask Bond Issue For Swea Pool Swea City, — Petitions signed by 165 voters, requesting an election on a $55,000 bond issue for a Vnunicipal swimming pool, will be acted upon at the next regular council meeting August 6. Minimum number of signatures needed to call an election is 60. Members of American 1 Legion and V.F.W. Auxiliaries assisted in circulating the petitions in the residential districts. It is expected that the date for the election will be set in the early part of September. 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