The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1946 · Page 3
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g&AY} AtJG. 13,1946 12, Hurt By Of Pitchfot-k IBaude, 12, heplje'w of Scott suffered serious- injuries In ft <?aflnt accident near d Ms "riding ofi a load of Urivfett ibyxDarteli Dreyer «?\ sll ^! d inl ° a wash °«t ^turned.'A pitchfo-rk on the A got In the way and two [entered Boyd's afodotnen and his awn «?" m? e aid at Fetlton W. Jolley arid then the General hospital In Algona where x-ray disclosed that several ribs were fractured, Me re- 5"i;fied to his horite, last week, and se6his to be getting along well dls* plte his serious Injuries. Hearing At Bancrof ( X , Justice Janies Sheridan of Bancroft Was to hold a hearing, Monday, m the ease of Warner Johnson charged with operating a ^otor vehicle without a driver's license. Johnson was driver 6t a truck involved In a fatal Collision last Week, in Which Mrs. Glenn Johhson (no relation) Was killed, Immediate Delivery! ' ' ' tV f MMi <**, 5J "8 SO 158 >l?fl New^T*le^>ne^RA0IOS • ,5-Tube Superheterodyne• •• .. • ' • Automatic YolumeControl . • Wide-range Selectivity . . • Large AInico Dynamic Speaker ' • Slide-rule Illuminated Dialing ' CooC < '! <•'•> •.,,.' • Tuesday, and Wednesday, August 13-14 , ' ' ,, > p ' Jdlinnie Wcismuller an&Brenda Joyce in ' ' "* AMAZON^.' , { f, ^^"&^^M^i^^i^^^a^o^' ! -^ A^CRABBE Co-Hit Amazing Adventures of a Super Spy! ' James Mason and Lucie Manniheim in ., J "HOTEL RESERVE", . ;„ Added Serial, VJftogle Raiders" Tuesday, Wednesday, Aug. 1849.20*21 LATEST TEENAGER MUSICAL! v MEETSIINDAYIN 20-INNING SCRAP All teams In the Kosuth Le^ will stage a round-robin tournament next Sunday, on the Kossutl 'fairgrounds diamojid in Algona. '^ Twenty innings of baseball wi be offered fans, with four teams from the league taking the American Leagtte side, and four on the National. The first game starts at 1 p. m. sharp, in case of rain the tournament will be postponed until August 25. Renew Grudge Scrap. The first four innings find Lotts creek and Algona competing. Next conies Burt vs. Wesley. Then St. Joe tackles iLedyard, and Lone Rock concludes ' the . afternoon against Conwith. , Lotts Creek, Burt, St. Joe and Lone Rock are the American teams, and the others the National. In the- meantime, the postponed entries, from the season's schedule were played Sunday, with the result that Algona's second place team dropped a contest to Lone Rock, 3 to 2, on the Intter's grounds. : Big Day for Gordy. jLF °r Gordon Winkel, it was a big dhy. The Algona third sacker hit a homer and a double'and single, to spark his team's apple clouting, but it wasn't enough. Lone Rock 'played smart baseball-all the way, taking advantage of every miscue and every hit, and doing some fancy fbase running to come from .behind in the eighth •frame and score twice. .ALGONA WPEtt DBS MOINES, ALCiONA IOWA It was n case of the "Batl" 'boy being a bit too much for the Al 'gona defense. Game Summary. Alffona (2) AB R t O. Wihkel, 3b 4 2 5 Bradley, c 4 0] D. Winkei, ib 4 o i FroehliCh, ss 3 o ( Qulnn,,cf 4 0 0 Winters, 2/b 4 o ( Kajewski, p 3 o 0 Elchen, rf 1...3 0* ( Glibride, If 3 0 32 2 Lone Rock (3) AB • <R ' H D. Batt, 3b 4 1 1 tladlg, ss 2 0 0 Knoll, rf 4 0 0 B. Batt, c 4 0 1 Marlow, p 3 o 0 Jr. Batt, Ito 3 1 1 fatten, of 3 0 0 M. Larson, If 3 0 1 H. Batt, 2b 2 1 1 #28 3 5 The regular league schedule was •ompleted lasl week, tout fans will lave a final chance, next Sunday, o see all teams in action at the ame contest. , leady Union Twp. Schools For Pupils Union: School houses arc being put in condition for school which Will open Monday, Sept 2. Miss Beverly Brown of West Bend has been secured to teach district No. 7.. No. 6 has not yet been reported. : The others were, listed earlier. District No. 4,is having a new codt of paint on the interior. The other Hurt Man Fined $50, Reckless Driving Raymond Elmers, Burt, charg ed with reckless driving before Justice W. J. Davison of Burt Monday afternoon, was finec $100 and costs, and $50 of the fine was supended. Elmers was driving a car that plunged from the highway, four miles north of Burt last Thursday night, and took a dive into a Corn field, coming to a stop 90 feet from the'-pavement in the field, according to highway patrolmen. Two occupants of the car were njured. Clarence Crouch received several 'broken ribs, and Clark Coffin is nursing a broken collarbone. 6 schools were painted last year. Fenton Folks Back from 4,000 Mi. Trip Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. G.er- lardl • Hantelman, , Lois Ruth, Sunicc and Paul, and Mrs. Han- leman's niece, Helen Westfall of jracttinger, returned Sunday rom an extended trip through he West. * . The group went to the Black lills, the Bad Lands, the Yel- owstone, Teton National Park, irough Idaho.and Utah. At Hot jprings, S. D., they saw a herd Of about ,GOO buffalo. At Colorado Springs -the group took a 34 miles train tour through tiie vicinity. It was .the' .first train ride for the''Hantelman children. At Mitchell, 'S. ,D., Lois Ruth visited Evelyn DeWali, whom she met through a magazine pen pal column.. /They drove about 4,000 miles'. '•'• An £gg Within An Egg In Thi* Case Mis. Wade Ball, living-Just south of Algona, has on* for Mr. Ripley. The otheif day , she opened an egg which the presumed had a double yolk, as eggs frequently do but Instead found inside a regular egg and a small egg about the size of a pigeon egg, complete with shell. Whfh the egg was seen in ihi* office, the small one had not been opened,* so we can't report just what was insiid*. Mr.s Ball's chickens are . While Leghorns. -PAGE THftEfd Train Kills Five Matt Becker Cows Wesley: Matt Becker lost five L Iolstein milk cows, Thursday norning when the,y were struck by the Milwaukee westbond passenger train near .the Becker farm. While the cows were lost, the rain suffered no damage. How the :ows happened to wander in the rain's path is not known. He Had Fast Answer One motorist came up with a ast answer, last week. State lighway patrolman D. S. Hutchnson stopped the driver of a car hat zoomed through Sexton a bit fast, last week. The driver was apologetic, and "Hutch" did not intend to give him a ticket anyway. But the driver, finally, turned and pointed to' the four women in the car with him, all on their way to the lakes, and said "Officer, what would you -do when four jabbering women are in your car?" AUGUST Women's Misses' DRESSES y 4 to y 2 of i All Spring and Summer dresses In this last clearance sale . . . 125 garments In all reduced to-give you a wonderful chance to SAVE. Summer Hats and Handbags $ One price on all spring and summer hats, and a group of handbags included at the same low price. SHORTS . In sizes 10 to 18. Navy, brown and cocoa 'Printed patterns. If they're your , size> they're bargains. Just a few left in plain colors flnd polkfl White plastic handbags that were up to $5 95 Sleeveless barrel sweaters - n an all . wo . 01 quality Long and short sleeves button or sljppver. Values to $5.95 All-wool skirts like these at $3— o believei Light weight summer skirts at a bargain price Jumpers Play Suits l/ Price Frankly, the selection in. these is not large, but they are yours for just HALF the regular price. Sizes 10 to 18 in the group. SUITS and COATS to OFF The styles are nice, the quality is good. Just a' few garments left in this group, and wonderful values for the woman who needs one! PREISSiR ANN ROQN8Y Clearance of Children's Wear 1-4 to" 1-2 off 19 CHILDREN'S fcQATS in «f 25% ..................... ,._ „ BOYS SUITS, Cprdwroy or (WOO J f sJ MS 3 to 5 ................ $5 Jo 60VS PANTS, mcjudlng twills, sj^g J Q jg ........ , ....................... $j to $3,45 * _ Other Sensational Saving Up to 1-2 Off t A^,^, , ?i * , " v v , J^T- ry,' ^ 4! -jm-^Afs/i*:,- .. & Capes, Kyes Band, Bancroft ' In another column appears a display' ad : anrio'tincing the return of ClMf Ryes'and his orchestra for anpther engagement at Bancroft Cliff has perhaps the most outstanding band .making this territory and w«'suggest to those who enjoy, top entertainment combined with the. best.. of dance music. make up'a •parly and attend'this dance. TO BUY OR SELL: You'll go a long way before you can belter the reader Coverage of Algonn ; Uppei- Des lytoines want ads! ~^--* -' • - - *• H. W. POST DKAY AND Storage of Ail Kinds Long Disfanco Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHONE 288 Algona, fa. CLASSIFIED ADS IN THIS' NEWSPAPER REACH OVER 4,100 FAMILIES EACH ISSUE. W*i It's Barbara Field's class-lo-cokc cutie of 100% wool." It's smart in black, or brown and while checks bound 'round with a wide leather belt and tricky gold buckle. And, of course, the white pique collar and cuffs are detachable. Sizes 9 to 15. SSS.95 >***,' , ,1-^. ^v C lew- Top Quality Coat Classic r * For Juniors SOFT^hades in SOFT wool make this three- quarter -length coat something right out of ' the fashion world . . . a-true -top coat classic for Junior Misses! Deep armholes, 'and casual be.H jive it first place for r|o)lege and go-to- sehcrol wardrobes! $39.50 Your First Fall Vat real fur'felt, Sf*./ i • X ' '' '

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