-Algetic (lo.) Upp*r Des Moine» Thurtday, July 1, 1965 55 »•••»' imMHiiinimniniffliimniiiniiiiiiiiiiffliiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiffliiiiiimnniiniiii^ AROUND ALGONA I BY RUTH SHIERK MR. AND MRS. Joe Pompltm returned Saturday after a two- week vacation trip. They visited friends in Decatur, Ala., following which they wpnt to Daytona Beach, Fla. where they attended the wedding of a niece, Katherine Pomplun, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wallace Pomplun, Jr. At Hot Springs, Ark. they visited Mr. Pomplun's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pomplun, Sr. TOTAL SCORES for the season for the round robin bridge play have been compiled by Mrs. Donald Armstrong and Mrs. A. H. Agena, co-chairmen. In first place, Mrs. Craip Smith and Mrs. Donald Ferris, 27,030; second, Mrs. Ed Adams and Mrs. Roland Ostwald, 26,780; third, Mrs. Maynard Miller and Mrs. James Whittemore, 2G,070; fourth, Mrs. Frank Reub and Mrs. Joseph Rooney, 24,340; and fifth, Mrs. Burton Harmes and Mrs. Melvin Bay, 23,800. The average score for the season was held by Mrs. Eugene Paul- stick and Mrs. Loyola O'Brien with 17,760. Forty-two couples participated in the round robin, with the proceeds going to pay for some project at St. Ann hospital. The bridge group is sponsored by St. Ann Auxiliary. Those interested in signing up to participate in play next fall may sign up any time by contacting either Mrs. Anita Snere or Mrs. Phil Diamond, co-chairmen. DON HURN, son of Mrs. Paul Hum, is participating in a seven- week training assignment in electronics through July 2 and will soon return to his base at Altus, Okla. He and his bride, the former Judy Rovn, expect to visit relatives in Algona later in the month. VISITORS OFMrs.C.C.Shierk are her daughter, Ruth, Mrs. Anthony DiVenere and three children of Schiller Park, 111. who have been here since Ruth's class reunion. Mr. DiVenere and son Michael will join the family here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Shierk and children of Minneapolis will arrive Saturday for the weekend to visit his family and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn. Delthea Shierk, student at Northwest Missouri State College, will also join the family for the weekend holiday. fiHinrniinnniiiironiinniiiiffli^ MR. AND MRS. John Sires of Cedar Rapids are spending the wppk with thrlr respective parents in Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ruark and Mr. and Mrs. John Sires. SUSAN EVERDS is spending the week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Everds of Allison, will spend tho weekend here with his parents. DR. AND MRS. Harold Erickson spent last weekend in Minneapolis where they visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Erickson. They had as guests during the week Pete Laiifrmack, here for his class reunion, and Ills fiancee, Judy Kooser, both of Cedar Rapids. ALLEN BUCHANAN, Russ Buchanan and Scott and Dr. Dean Koob spent last week at Thunder Lake in Canada. DAVID AGENA, recent high school graduate and a summer student at the University at Iowa City, is expected to spend this weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Agena. Their daughter, Kay, student this summer at the University of Minnesota, will also be home for the weekend. MR. AND MRS. Don Gant were hosts Saturday evening to the members of the Salesman's Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce for their annual steak fry and picnic. GUESTS THIS week of Mr. and Mrs. William Kraft are her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Noel Hanson of Downey, Cal. Next week they will go to Kenosha, accompanied by her father, Carl Hanson, who makes his home with the Krafts. FRANCIE ZEIGLER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zeigler, left Saturday for a vacation near Dallas, Texas, where she will visit a sister of her father and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dobarganes. Francie took the plane from Fort Dodge to Kansas City, where she boarded a large jet. She expects to return July 6. Mrs. Anita Snere is taking Francie's place as assistant to William F. Steele in the Chamber of Commerce offices. MIKE NAVOICHICK left today (TVmrs.) after a two week leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Navoichlck. Ho has lx>en at Fort Leonard Wood and will now take 14 works of training in auto mechanics at Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Funk of Milwaukee will arrive tomorrow to vacation with her parents, the Navoi- chicks, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Funk. NAHBARA WICKS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Wicks, is attending LCA-LL work camp at San Antonio, Tex. from June 29 through July 8. She left by bus from Mason City, where she met three co-workers from Minnesota, June 27. She is Uie only lowan at the camp, but others will attend from great distances. Services of the House of Neighborly Service reach out to Mexicans and Negroes. MR. AND MRS. James Bierstedt, Whittemore, became the parents of a 9 Ib., 5 oz., boy, June 26. He has been named Allen James and has a sister, Judi Lynn. Mrs. Bierstedt Is the former Deloros Leek. Mrs. Lucinda Bierstedt and the Art Leeks are the grandparents. LINDA LICKTEIG, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Licktelg, Burt, took a plane from Mason City Monday to Chicago where she is employed for the summer. She will return in the fall to resume her studies at Garrigan high school. She and Patty Clnk held a party Sunday at the parental home, with 35 attending. WEEKEND VISITORS at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Zeigler were her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rek- ward and their adopted Greek son, and Mrs. Zeigler's brother's son, Joey Lund, all of Davenport. MR. AND MRS. Wes Bartlett left for New York City Monday morning, accompanied by their son Brett and Greg Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Allen. They are driving to a town near New York City, from where they will take a train into the city. They are to attend the national convention of Klwanls International, which will start Sunday. Mr. Bartlett, being a member of the board of trustees, left early in order to attend a meeting of the national board. The group will also visit the World's Fair. During their absence, Mrs. W. A. Foster, mother of Mrs. Bartlett, is taking care of Bill, a guard at the swimming pool. Barbara Bartlett, in summer vtt Ht ' SERVED AND . * Bud tfD»SOM sp.ssion at Mankato State College, is pxpecterl to be home this weekend. VISITORS THIS past week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller have l>een her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kuchenbecker of Owatonna, Minn. They expect to return home today (Thurs.) or tomorrow. MRS. PAUL HURN has received word of the birth of a daughter, Karen, to Capt. and Mrs. William Hum of Atwater, CaL, who was born June 14. This is the sixth grandchild for Mrs. Hum. ANN BOHANNON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon, left Saturday, accompanying Rev. Frank Harcey to Camp Pilgrim Heights near Montour, where they are both counselling this week. HOSPITAL NEWS June 22 - Admitted - Mrs. Myrtle Zwiefel, Burt, surgery; Phillip McFarland, Burt, medical; Henry Haag, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. Nellie James and Mrs. Christine Reid, Algona, surgery. June 23 - Births - Mr. and Mrs. William Dau, Jr., Algona, girl, 6 pounds, 4 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Cook, Algona, boy, 8 pounds, 13 1/2 oz.; admitted Gilbert Wenzel, Bancroft, surgery. June 24 - Admitted - Sister Mary Evangelist, Bancroft, medical; Angela Gar man, Algona, medical; dismissed - Mrs. Susan Altman and baby, Algona; George McFarland, Burt; Mrs. Anna Voss, Algona; Clarence Bush, Mrs. Elma Bush, Huron S. Dakota. June 25 - Births - Mr. and Mrs. James Bierstedt, Whittemore, boy, 9 pounds, 5 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer, Algona, boy, 7 pounds, 7 oz.; dismissed - Kathleen Senen- felder, Ronald Briggs, Daniel Walker, Algona. June 26 - Births - Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schmitt, Ottosen, boy, 7 pounds, 11 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Joel Reding, LuVerne, twins, boy, 6 pounds, 2 oz.; girl, 5 pounds, 13 oz.jdismissed- Mrs. Dwight Cook and baby, Algona, Peter Bormann, Bode. June 27 - Birth: Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Subject, Algona, girl, 8 pounds, 1 oz.; admitted: William Leisener, Algona, medical; Susan Thilges, Ottosen, surgery; John Van Hise, Whittemore, medical. June 28 - Births: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen, Algona, boy, 6 pounds, 1 oz.; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Knecht, Whittemore, boy, 8 pounds, 1/2 oz.; admitted Donna Degan, Whittemore, surgery. Chrome Service Leased, July 1 Bud Anderson, owner of the Chrome Service Station, announced today, the leasing of his station to Jim Camp of Algona. Mr. Camp will take over as of July 1. Mr. Camp has been a resident of the Algona area for the past 20 years and has been engaged in the trucking business the last several years. He will continue to operate his trucking business as well as the station. Mr. Anderson has operated the station the past 19 years, and has been associated with it since it's original opening in 1937. He plans to devote his full time to the operation of his Colonial Motel. Big Fireworks Display Here Sunday Night The Algona Chamber of Commerce will sponsor a free fireworks display next Sunday night, July 4, at the Kossuth county fairgrounds here. The colorful proceedings will commence at 9:30 p.m. In case of rain, the event will be postponed until Monday night. There will be no charge for admission or grandstand seats. The display is a thank-you by Algona businessmen and service organizations to people of the area for their patronage. Ray Langfitt, manager of the Starlite Drive-In Theatre, has announced a bigger and better 4th of July celebration at the drive-in this year. Sunday night, in addition to the movies "McLintock" and "Honeymoon Hotel", there will be a fireworks display, games, footraces, and prizes. Records, Sno-Kones, and balloons will be given away. Ray urges everyone to arrive early for the 7 o'clock proceedings, and is offering a free gift to everyone purchasing a ticket before 8 p.m. Weather Here Hot And Humid Hot, humid weather pretty much held the fort in Kossuth county during the week as the mercury went to 89 three straight days and rainfall was registered four of the seven days during the period. According to forecasters, we're in for more of the same during the next week. Here are the readings: H L June 24 June 25 June 26 June 27 June 28 June 29 June 30 78 80 78 89 89 89 50 60 64 69 60 64 55 Late Rally Puts Dodgers Past Algona Algona out-hit a strong Fort Dodge club 7-4, but finished on the short end of the 4-3 score at Fort Dodge Tuesday night. Craig Espe was sailing along with a two-hitter and a 3-2 lead going into the bottom of the 7th. But the Dodgers tied the score on Bill Goodman's home run and won it when the next batter was hit by a pitch and scored on a double. The Bulldogs took a 2-0 lead in the third as Espe walked, moved to third on Dan Gilmore's single, and scored on Skip Perkins' ground ball. Perkins stole second and scored on Roger Meyer's single. Fort Dodge came up with two runs to tie it in their half of the third. Algona' s go-ahead run came in the top of the 7th when Larry Scobba singled, was sacrificed to second by Perkins, and scored on Meyer's double. The Bulldogs are now 7-5. Box score: ALGONA Gilmore Scobba Perkins Meyer Teeter Farnham Conn Barr Claude Espe Martin AB 4 4 3 4 3 4 3 0 3 1 1 30 R 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 H 2 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 From miD€Rson cmcKSon something has happened tp Yogurt .-Ksssy 1 ' MMM**! Strgwb*"* laWON-mOS* 1 / kJ?Rfl C H R O Mi E Service Station! E3 JCT. 18 & 169 a fresh fruif dairy health treaf ,. . sensationally delicious 1 . TRY IT TODAY! At You* 1 Favorite Food Store or Super Market Ander»on<Eri<:k*°n Dairy Co. Bears Startle Dodgers 6*2; First Loss For Visitors Bill Milder tossed a three- hitter and Dick Sal z and Bill Reding delivered key hits in a four-run sixth inning as Garrigan belted Fort Dodge 6-2, here Monday night. It was the Dodger's first loss and the Bear's most startling win of the season. Ford Dodge had beaten Garrigan 12-4 June 17. The Golden Bears now have a 10-2 season record. The Dodgers scored two runs In the first and a repeat performance of the earlier meeting seemed probable. But Miler went on to strike out 10 and hold Fort Dodge scoreless. Garrigan tied the score with single counters in the 3rd and 4th, but it was the big sixth that did the real damage. Denny Long walked to open the sixth and Chuck Becker advanced him by beating out a hit. Then Salz blasted a curving liner over the left-fielder for a triple and two runs-batted in. Bill Reding then singled home Salz. Chuck Geilenfeld chipped in with a single to score Reding with the Bear's sixth run and complete the bombing of Dodger hurler Mark Watt. West Bend will be at Garrigan Thursday as the Bears go after number 11. The Wednesday night game with Graettinger has'been cancelled due to their entry in a junior legion tournament. 60 Descendants Direct descendants of Mrs. Mary Seller held a family reunion in Wesley at the Legion 'hall, Sunday, with 60 present from a wide area. Mrs. Seller, 92, was the oldest present, and Angela Rae Sweeney, four months old, a great-great grandchild, was the youngest. Cresco Boys Tour Cresco Boys 4-H held their June meeting on the 14th at Call Park, following a club tour. Pot luck lunch finished off the day, with recreation and Softball. Noble Grand WESLEY - Wilford Ward, Noble Grand of Local 134 Odd Fellows was recently elected Grand Warden of the state of Iowa and will be installed in October at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Ward have transfer red from thje local Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges to Cedar Rapids as they plan to move soon'to a new home in Norway, Iowa. "Fools tackle Jobs wise people shun, that's how many things get done." M N reek. R Tr. Tr. Tr. .09" GARRIGAN D. Long, 2b C. Becker, Ib D. Salz, rf B. Reding, ss Geilenfeld,3b L. Bleich, cf J. Becker, If T. Wagner, c B. Milder, p AB 2 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 R 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 Q H 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 We are opening our photo studio, POUNDSTONE STUDIO/ Tuesday, July 6. Our studio is located in the building formerly housing the Isaacson Studio. We invite you to stop in and get acquainted with us at \Poundstone Studiol Burton P. Poundstonc 24 6 124 N. Moor. Ph. 295-7013 beach beauties! QUALITY NAMES YOU KNOW • Purses by Go ray & "Letlsse." • Jewelry by "Kramer" & "Pakula." • Lingerie by "Kayser" & "Lorraine." • Hosiery by "Belle Sharmeer" & "Hanes." • Girdles and Braj by "Formfit" & Warners." • Blouses by "Sweet Adeline" & "Ship 'N Shore." • Orion Knit Wear by "Aile'en." • Dresses by "L'Aiglon", "Mendels," "Louise Alcott", "Mynette" & "Kelly Arden", and "Nan Leslie" In Junior Petite/ Juniors and Misses. • Suits by "Butte Knit" & "Betty Rose", regular and half sizes. • Coats by "Jo Moor" & "Betty Rose." • Ail-Weather Coats by "Great Six", "Betty Rose" & "Lanson." t Sportwear by "Personal" & "Phil Rose of Calif."
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