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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1937
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5 INELIGIBLE TO PLAY FOOTBALL; NEW MEN REPORT Emmetsburg, Sept. 24 Is First Game; Two Veterans Lost five men, two of them lettermen, have been declared ineligible for the high school football team. At the same time, however, Coach Paul Berger and his assistant. Hop Flndlay, are welcoming several new wen, who look like fine prospects. Football has been abandoned at St Cecelia's Academy, it was also learned this week. Ineligible are LeRoy Lee, 187 pounds, veteran fullback. Stew Thompson, 160 Ibs., veteran end, and Isaac Vinson. Wesley Smith and Francis MtcVey, who were beinj; counted on as linemen. New men. however, are Don LaChance. 165, from South Dakota, a junior, Ted Jordan, 106 Ibs., a senior from Minnesota, and Tom Wagner, former Livermore athlete, weight 160. also a senior. The season for Algona high opens here' Sept 24th, with Emmetsburg high. The schedule this year is tougher than last season, with Algona playing Clear Lake, Webster City, Hampton. Clarion, Eagle Grove and Humboldt, all in the North Central conference, and all of about equal strength. New men showing signs of promise include Jim Neville. Jack Long, Wayne Douglas, Jesfce Reynolds, John Kohlhnas, Robert Sigsbee. Joe McNeil), Lloyd Spear and Dale Ehrhardt. Harold Barmart, Junior Long and Ken Lynk are three veterans expected to carry a big share of the load this fall, also. All won mention on state terns last fall. Child, 21 Months, Wanders Two Miles In Two Hours at Lakota Lakota: How a child of 21 months cotrid wander two miles from home In two horn* time IB puzzling a number of folks from this vicinity, Including the parents of Sidney Shelgren, 21 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Shelgren, two miles east of Lakota. The story Is this. Last Friday afternoon, Roy Ennen, who lives thrr/ miles «onth«Mt of Lakota, brought a small child Into Lakota, that he had found wandering In his yard about 2:30 o'clock that afternoon. The litfta fellow was too young to tyilk, (so no Information was forthcoming from that quarter. Mrs. Murray, wife Of the mayor, took care of the child, while efforts were being made to unravel the mystery. Then Mrs. Shelgren, who had been to Lakota, returned home. She had left her two children, Donald, 8, and Sidney, with a niece who was visiting them. The yotmger boy was immediately found to be miming. Mrs. Shelgren inquired of Stanley Hamen, who was plowing, If he had seen Hie youngster. Hanaen had not, but he had noticed a car driving sooth some time before, and Mrs. Shelgren Immediately began to think of kidnappers, and other unpleasant possibilities. Mr. Shelgren was called into the hunt, and the community began to organize searching parties on all sides. Then as Roy Ennen was driving home, he met Hansen near the road, and the latter discovered that Ennen had Just left a youngster In Lakota. Within a few minutes the family was reunited. But the question still remains, how a 21 months old boy could get two miles away from home in two hours. LAWYER FINED; Introduce Aptitude Test, School Music As a result of a musical aptitude test recently given to pupils in grades four to nine, recommendations for more musical activity\are being made to the parents of those children who rated high in the test by public school officials. Thie method of discovering talent is proving very successful wherever it is used, since only those boys and girls who can recognize rhythm and pitch are encouraged to take up an instrument. The school has made special arrangements with a reliable music house to rent instruments. If your child received an average or better grade, you will receive a letter from the Algona high school instrumental department encouraging you to get your child started now, in the fall beginners' class. Here's Complete '37Fair Program TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 10:00 a. ni—Judging of Beef and Dairy Cattle, Swine, Sheep and Poultry. 10:00 a. m.—Judging in all Departments in Floral Hall. Home Furnishing in Club Building. 1:00 p. m—Judging of Club Calves. 1:00 p. m.—Band Concert. 2:00 p. m.—Girls' 4-H Club Demonstrations. 2:00 p. m.—Thrill Day Program—Frank R. Winkley's Suicide Club. Vaudeville acts on Stage. 8:00 p. m.—Gertrude Avery's Diamond Revue— Featuring Vaudeville Acts. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 m.—.Judging Show Horses. GAMBUNGJOWT Ooyle of Humboldt Carried Kossuth in Judge Vote Last Fall Iowa law enforcement officers, in the throes of a periodic cleanup campaign, crashed into the Elwood Lakeside lodge at Lake Okoboji, early Sunday morning, and made a number of arrests as well as confiscating gambling equipment; The place is no stranger to many from Kossuth county and Algona who frequent the lake district during the summer. Surprise, however, to many, might be the fact that Clyde Coyle of Humboldt. Iowa, a candidate for judge of the district court on the democratic ticket at the last election, was fined $300 and costs for conducting a gambling house. And, if you will recall, Kossuth county handed Coyle the only county majority he received In the campaign. This business of raiding gambling and drinking joints comes in cycles. Officials seem to be in a dopey daze for so many months and then come to life with a sweep of civic consciousness that cleans things up for a few months more, and then back to where we began. Coyle recently figured In a hearing in district court here, when he Johnny Down* and Eleandr .. "Blonde Trouble" At Call 10:00 10:00 11:00 a 1:00 p Isebrandt To Face Grave Driving Charge John Isebrandt, Titonka, will probably face a charge of driving while intoxicated, when he Is released from the Kossuth hospital, county officers said this week. Isebrandt was injured Thursday of last week, when the machine he was driving figured in a collision east of Sexton about 8 p. m. FOR RENT or FOR SALE—S,«00 families every week read Algona Upper De* .Moincs want ads. Two cent* a word, minimum 25 cents. Call 230 now. m.—Continuation of Judging in all other Departments. m.—Special Farm Machinery Demonstration t m.—Band Concert. 2:00 p. m.—Home Furnishing Demonstrations—4-H Club Girls. 2:00 p. m.—Harness Uaces—2:14 trot; 2:22 pace; Running Races; Vaudeville and Hippo- tlroine acts. 8:00 p. in.—Gertrude Avery's Diamond Revue and Vaudeville Acts. ' THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 10:00 a. m.—Team Pulling Contest on Race Track. 1:00 p. m.—Band Concert. 1:30 p. m.—Livestock Parade on Race Track. 2:00 p. in.—Harness Races. 2:22 trot; 2:14 pace. Running Races; Vaudeville Acts. m.—Band Concert. , was removed as the administrator of an estate by a court order. Cresco 4-H Girls Ready for Fair A special meeting of the Cresco 4-H chums was held at the home of Ella and Anna May Harr, last Thursday. Plans were made for the fair booth. Every girl has entered two or more articles. A gift was given to Mrs. Brown for chaperoning 4he club at Clear Lake. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Harr. Hospital News Kossuth Hospital Monday, August 23—Eugene an< Clarence Casey of Bode had their tonsils removed. Monday, August 23—Mrs. Al Ro's- enmeyer of St Benedict gave birth to a baby girl. Wednesday, August 25— Pau Richardson of Algona entered with abcess of the leg. Wednesday, August 25 — Mrs. Andrew Gollner of Wesley entered as a medical patient Thursday, August 26— John Isebrandt of Titonka, accident victim. Saturday, August 28 — Sigwell Wood of Titonka underwent a ton- sllectomy. Sunday, August 29 — Mrs. E. W. Adams gave birth to a baby girl. Wednesday, Sept Thilges of Bode had removed. 1 — Darlene her tonsils Lotts Creek News 7:00 p 8:00 p. m.—Gertrude Avery's Diamond Revue and Vaudeville Acts. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 10:00 a. m.—Sale of Baby Beef Calves at Auction. 1:00 p. m.—Band Concert. 2:00 p. in.—Sloan's International Motor Contest Association Professional Races. Vaudeville Acts. 8:00 p. m.—Gertrude Avery's Diamond Revue, and Vaudeville Acts. The Lotts Creek parochial school will commence Sept. 6. Wm. Schmiel is teacher. Wm. Fuerstenau, who was in the hospital in Rochester for a week, returned home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rusch and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meinc went to Detroit Lake, Minn.. Thursday noon to visit Mr. nnd Mrs. John Seegebarth. They will return home some time this week. Mrs. Seegebarth nnd Mrs. Rusch are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich were Sunday dinner guesta at the Emil Bierstedt home at Fcnton, Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Gade of West Bend. The afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer nnd sons, Ernest and Elvln of Whittemore. General Hospital Wednesday, August 25—George Etta Bannick and Lavonne Bannick of Lone Rock underwent tonsllect- omies. Wednesday. August 25—Mrs. Clara Tletz of Algona underwent an appendectomy. Thursday, August 26—Mrs. R. C. Lage of Irvington entered for major surgery. Thursbday, August 26—Mrs. Vern Scaaba of Algona gave birth to a baby girl. Friday. August 27—Darrell Moyer Entered with a brain concussion. Friday, August 27—William Fisher of Manly entered for minor surgery. Saturday, August 28—Mrs. A. A Riley of LuVerne underwent a major operation. Monday, August 30—Dorothy Nichols of Algona received a gash in her arm that required three stitches to close. She stuck her arm through a glass door while playing. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nichols. Tuesday, August 81—Mrs. John Boyken of Woden, tensilectomy. Wednesday, September 1—Mrs. John Ormsby of Wesley underwent a tonsllectomy. Wednesday, August 26—Wm. Altwegg of Algona-had hU tonsils removed. : i Sherman 4-H Girls Hostesses to Mothers LuVerrie: Member* of the Sherman Shiners 4-H club entertained their mother at A pNmIc-WptSf at the park iMt week ftturrtay. There were 34 present which Included pi the members except thfe*. The group met at 3 o'clock, afldgitoUe* and contests were conducted until time for supper. Miss Setty Watson, Gary, Indiana, was an out-of* town .guest New*t>aper* Plan Banquet for Writer* The Algona newspapers Blftn a banquet and program for IhWr correspondents some time within, the next month as soon aa the weather has cooled off a bit Complete plans have not been worked tftit a»-*et, nor has; any date for t**;»« been selected, but when that: it all correspondents of the two \ will receive notice ih time to trrangements to attend. ft. J. Harrington 1 riAimi Rooms 212-14 Office Phone 437 ALGONA, IOWA tk. Bid*. Preaches at Bancroft Lone Rock: The Rev. aMkrt. S. M. Gladstone and daughters, Beulah and Margaret attended chufcH Ser- ices at the Baptist church, Ban- roft, Sunday evening, the Rev. rladstone preaching. A. H DONALD...C. HUTCHISON THriftDORE C HtTCHISeiT ATTORNEYS AT LAW . Security State Bk. Bldg. Phone 9B B. J. Van Ness O. W. Stlllman VAN NESS A 8TILLMAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Helse Building Phone 213 Algona, low* You're likely to get Into all kinds of trouble on your vacation. Find out Why In the American Weekly, <h« mag- ailne distributed with next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. ' REAL BARGAINS ,m T have the following houses for sale, and thev A IJ-rooni house and 15 lots on Kast State sT. $1800 A modern and double tiara ^e South Tlioi-ino-toii street ^" V ''<"'*<• "ii K;ist McGregor, make a $.",200 on South Jones St., a $420(1 'J'll U"" duplex . Wilson house at -. Also M-veral other house- from .f 1"><M) to .t<J,(KK). C. W. NICOULIN REAL ESTATE ALaONA. IA. At Funeral of Man Killed by Lightning Lotts Creof.: Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, and Mrs. Laaba went to Barney, N. D., to attend the funeral of Art Kressin, who was killed when he was struck by lightning when threshing. Mr. Kressin was a brother-in-law of Mrs. Fuerstenau, Mrs. Laabs and Mr. Radig. He died last Saturday and funeral services were held Tuesday of this week. Corwith Horses Hit By Sleeping Sickness Corwith-Falrvlew: Sleeping sickness that is affecting so many horses in the northern part of the state has invaded the Fairview community. Two of George Jesse's horses have the disease and one of Otto Wille and one on the Ruger farm are also affected. All seem to be getting along a)/ right so far. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—C. W. Ward 200 acre farm located 2'.-, miles north of Algona. Inquire of Mr«. Ethel Gardner. 35-36' FOR SALE—Tomatoes, pick them yourself at 60c bushel. Two*acre8 to pick from.—Thos. Schultz, Kennedy St., close to 169, block west NW stockyards. Also pick them for you if desired, SOc. bu. grade B, $1.00 bu. grade A, Phone 793-W. 35* FOR SALE—Cabbage, green peppers, egg plant, beets, carrots.— Thoa. Schultz stand. Kennedy St., close to 169, block west N. W. Stockyards. 35* FOR SALE—«-rm. house with buth and garage. No furnace. Two lots, $1650.—Tilla McCall, 521 East State St. 35» The Algona Auction Co. Saturday. Sept. 4 I« our Ia»t *U«-, ne had a. ,,i<* load of fitedrr pig b luid expect a load of two for thU S ale. T,n head of good brood „««„ and one Spotted China boux, 16 monUis old. Also had uromid 60 head of cattle and expect to have tt good tom-ignnicnt of cut- tle thi* week. So if jou have auyUiinK ui the live»tock line to tell brill* it in, or if you uaiit to buy, be ou hand. One good twed corn kinder. We handle the DeLaval Separators. We deal la new and used machinery. AUis-ttialiueis Tractors and tfae Massey-Harris line of machinery We will trade for anything you have. See as before you deal Let us order your cylinder teeth and drive belts. Will start on stock at 1:M. TERMS— Cash. No property removed until settled for. Open Every {*»?• Sole bora phone 77 V/» KlaUaDaW JiW Operator and Auctioneer Eaymond Kiddie, Clerk Larger Machinery Exhibits At Fair Mai liii.try c.-.oiljn., a i. the Ktj.s suth County Fair thi:= year will in- exhibit•> by John Deere. In- UTn;ttnjii:»l Harvester, Ma;-..sey-Har- n*. Hurry Keith, Klasiie Motor. Loo Li<-hter. and ficorge Klbert. There will be threshing machine i-xiiibit.i ami demonstration* anil al.-.u ,i highway road grader exhibit. BUY A FARM while prices are down. List your property with me. —Edward Capesius, Heiae building. Algona. 35-tf Groves, West Bend, Mourn Kin's Death West Hend: Mr. and Mrs. (;. K. Ciove;-, received word, Saturday morning of the death of their granddaughter, iielva Groves, in a .Spirit Uike hospital, following an operation, Friday evening. She did not regain consciousness after the operation. Auction Sale The Board of Directors of Lotu Creek township, hereby olfer for sale, at public auction, for cash, on the 15th day of September, 1937 ut the hour of 2 p . rn . o f said day' the following described property to-wil: One frame building, size approximately 20x28. known ua the Dal- aiel School, situated in Rural School district No. 7, LotU Creek Town- snip, Kosaulh County, Iowa Possession will be given to buyer, on or about CX tuber 1, 1937, following completion of new building now under construction. Said sale will bfc held on the premises above described. Daud this in day of September, •too I GEO. WINKEL, Secretary. FOR SALE:—Registered Hereford hulls, yearlings and two year olds. Anxiety breeding. Also Hampshire boars.—P. W. Reece, Elmorc, Minn. 35-36 FOIt SALE—Shorthorn Lloyd Gross, Algona. Bull.— 34-35» KOH SALE—1&35 Plymouth tu- dor touring sedan.—Hoenk Motor Co, West of Court House, Algona. __ 3S FOR SALE—1935 Ford four door touring sedan.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House, Algona. 35 FOR SALE—1934 Chevrolet standard sedan,—Hoenk Motor Service, West of Court House. Algona. 36 FOR SALE—1934 Ford tudor.— Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. Algona. 36 FOR SALE—McCormick-Deering FarmalJ tractor. Reconditioned.— McCormick-Deering Store, Algona. 86 FOR SALE—Us«d McCormick- Deering I'/i horsepower gasoline engine.—JtfcCormick-Deering store. Algona. 35 FOR SALE—A cheap used 6 ft. Milwaukee mow«r—McCormlck- Deering Store. Algona. 36 FOR SALE^Two slightly used Goodrich tires at a bargain. Peering Store. Al- Konu. 38 FOR SALE—International Model B-3 truck.—McCormick-Deerlng Store. Algona. 36 FOR SALE—IMS ChevroUt sedan. Good condition. Priced to »ell. Phone 740. 36 FOR SALE—Or will trade a McCormick-Deering one row corn husker for a corn binder—Howard Wltham, Algona. 38* FOR SALE—Used bicycles. Lowest prices.—Joe Bloom, Algona. 35 FOR TYPEWRITERS see The Algona Upper Des Moinea. Authorized dealer for Smith-Corona and Underwood machines, both portable and standard sizes. 34 FOR SALE—100 Used Tires.—Joe Bloom, Algona. 35 Miscellaneous FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any size, SOc per roll, free enlargement with any roll. —Lusby's drug 15-tf FARMERS ATTENTION—Barn Paint, 98c per gallon. Linseed Oil 98c per ga'lon. Turpentine, 79c per gallon.—Joe Bloom, Algona. 35 LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— low interest.—Edw. Capeaius, Heise Bldg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf FARMS FOR SALE—All sizea. prices, location*. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—Mr- Donald & Co. io-tf REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farms, also real buys on Algona lots and homes.—KobJhaas Bros., phone 22. , 20-tf DO YOU WANT a good job? The way to get ready for it is by attending Mankato Commercial College, Mankatp. Minn. Our catalogue will be sent to you free upon request. 364 39 I AM NOW able to give all my time to private lessons on all band instruments, and can repair and overhaul same.—J. P. Granzow, 100 So. Colby St 36-36* Lost and Found FOUND—Truck tire on run, last week. Owner can have same by identifying and paying for ad. Inquire this office. 86* FOUND—Key cas« with sfveral ksy«. Identify ju^d pay adv.—Up- p«r DM Molnas. 86 For Rent FOR RENT—3 fttrniahsd rooms on first floor for two adults. Call Moors try C. Kain, 414 38*Sg» Wanted WANTED—Piano tuning and r«- palring. call 168, G. a Kuan. Also some good guaranteed. second-hand pianos 86» WANTED—Lady h«ip to work in laundry.—Kirsch Laundry. 86 It 88 M«r*f lously bcfomm j. of i simplicity and youthful ur that main them itrorable fnr moH any occasion... JTI dmsy mouth to do f mill on an important date' Dtlghlfully styled, they npms Fashion s flair (or nntl skim .. tcuntiig 16-ftart mwro and other drub an for FiH.I9J7l They'll dnw lop booonuiehoot add a* IP your work... »* aplomb. »halmr your plans may or, youll find Font Maid Fracki a wHrome addition to your Autumn wardnbr! Gayford D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Quinby Bldg. Phone 1*S ALGONA, IOWA The ChrischilHes Store HIRAM B. WHITE Phone 444-810 ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank ' Phone 206 P. A. DANBON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bide. Office Phone 460-J Res. au ALQONA, IOWA * ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) S. E. McMahon L. E. Llnnan JULUVAN, M'MAHON ft LINNAN Algona, Iowa Phone M Office over Kossuth Mut Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney) Office over Qumby Building PHYSICIANS ft 8UBQEON8 <I. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A, L. Rlst over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 836 ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office John Galbralth Bldg. MELVIN O. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 194 OSTEOPATHS DR. 8. W. MEYER' Osteopathlo Physician General Practice Special attention given to noa/- surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture. General Hospital Phone 147 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located over Chrlstonsen store Phone, Business 166, Residence 788 ALGONA. IOWA DR. L. C NUGENT ~~ DENTIST Second floor Sawyer Bldg. Phone 313 Algona, Iowa DR. C. D. 8CHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 188 Res. Phone 174 Algona. Iowa GEO. D. WALRATH, D. D. a GENERAL DENTISTRY Office in Postoffice Block PhoneJO Algona, Iowa KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone lie REAL ESTATE MVRTAOH ft SON REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS INSURANCE BONDS Quinby Bldg. Phons IDS VETERINARIANS FOX * WINKEL Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. a WbUnl Office 220 West Stats Street Office Phons 476-W Res. 470-R ALGONA. IOWA Typewriter Paper We have just received a large shipment of ream packages (600 sheets) which sell for 75c for sheets »">nil This Is a good grade paper and will mak« cslunt school paper. The Algoia Upper Des Manes

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