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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1937
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The Algona Upper DeaMoin^Algona, loum, Sept. 16,1937 4G Golfers Competed in First Algona Open Meet Harrington Is Medalist, Haggard Wins Championship Flight TO MASS EVENT ANNUAL AFFAIR With players from Blue Earth Minn., Clear Lake, West Bend, Lu- Verne, Emmetsburg, Garner anc other nearby cities In Iowa competing, the First Annual Algona open golf tournament was run ofl Sunday on the local course. About $100 in merchandise prizes were awarded to the high men and finalists in the championship and five other flights. R. J. Harrington, young Algona star, was medalist for the occasion, searing the course for a 39. Tli course, because of recent heavy rains, had a fine turf, but it prevented distance that might otherwise have cut down scores by several strokes. Champion Flight • In the championship flight, Harrington, D. A. Thompson, Ken Miller of West Bend, F. J. Stelner, E. A. Toushke, Roy McMahoa, Ernest Osmundson and John Haggard competed. Harrington, Miller, McMahon and Haggard won their matches arid played In foursome medal play in the finale. Haggard shot a 39, McMahon a 42, Miller a 43 and Harrington was off his game to come In with a 46. Don Smith walked away with first flight honors, shooting a 40. Dr. Lee Nugent with 44 was second, Broulette of Blue Earth third with 46, and Cliff Aalfs, 49, was fourth. LuVeme Prof Win* Supt. Alex Evans of the Lu- Verne schools, won the second flight. He came in with a 42 in the medal foursome. H. 3. Erickson, Clear Lake, was second with 43, followed by Jim Murtagh and Chuck Cretaneyer, Algona, with 47 and 49. Bob (Cowboy) Williams, with a 43, won the third flight with Dick Norton, Ted (Junior) Chrlschilles, and Dr. Karl Hoffman, finishing in the order named. WraMler Also Golfs In the wintertime, C. Ridenour of the Algona school faculty, keeps in trim conducting his high school wrestlers through their season. He also swings a mean driver and won the fourth flight with a snappy 46. Casey Loss took time out from chasing criminals, drunken drivers and lost girls long enough to swing into third place with a 53, while Kirby Smith uniimbered a 54, and Burdette Agard took second with an insurance-like 49 (that is slow, but steady, and above all safe). Frank Stafford somehow or other found himself down in the fifth flight, where he proceeded to take the honors from the other club- swingers, and cop an electric lighter for the family library. All prizes were donated by local merchants, and without question the tournament was as much fun as anything held this season. There were 46 entries in all, and the event next year should draw a much larger entry list, and many additional prizes. The tournament committee deserves real credit for this friendly get-together as a windup for the season. Donald Rieken Same Good Hope: Maynard Rieken, year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mel- rln Rieken, has been at the Tom Reids since Sunday, and may remain for several days. In an effort o keep him segregated from his brother. Donald, who Is suffering rom infantile paralysis. Mrs. Rieken is Mrs. Reid's niece. Donald is reported as holding his own n his battle against the disease. OUR USED CAR PRICES HIT BOTTOM HURRY! TAKE YOUR PICK WHILE THEY LAST! USED CARS $25 to $125 HccaiiK<- <>f tlie outstanding success of our September Clearance, we tind ourselves with more Low-Priced Used Cars than we can handle. Out they <'o! HOW ABOUT CAR TO DRIVE TO SCHOOL HOW ABOUT A SECOND FAMILY CAR? 1930 CHEV. SEDAN—<Jood tires motor, niee inside. Here's a real bargain. 1930 FORD TUDOR--a I most new tires, motor {rood, new |iaii:l. At a sacrifice pi-ice. 1929 CHEV. SEDAN -new painv. clean inside, nice running motor. 1 ires jiood. v 1929 FORD COUPE--a nice nmnin;.' motor, piod tires and ji'oud tiiii>li. 1929 CHEV. COACH-- 1 nr,-, ;i |,,| motor, ;nnl a br.nid. new paint j")p. I'leiii v of stuff. 1929 FORD TUDOR--almo-i new tires and clean inside, with i_ r ood mot,>r. >,ew paint. 1928 DODGE SEDAN, /..,„! iiiv>. ir-.od motor. 1932 FORD V-8-plenty r,,u-h l,n! p].-n'y .-heap 1929 CHEV. COACH Kari-Keci, trunk, tire.-, j^'ood .shape, and looks '_;ood. 1929 CHEV. TRUCK, S. \V. 11, with box, n.-w tires and motor in pivtu fair shape. 1929 FORD MODEL "A" TRUCK-S. \V. K T with box. tire> L r oo<l. and motor very good. The Above Cars are Priced to go from $ 25°° to *125 00 Every car a snap for the money KENT MOTOR Al.tiONA. IOWA Open Evenings and on Sunday Mornings NIEMANLOST TO BULLDOGS, LEE, FULLBACK Algona Team Clashes With Emmetsburg in Opener Next Week Paul Bergcr, high school football coach, speaking before the Rotary club, Monday noon, said: "We may not win them all, but we won't lose them all, either." And with that statement, and Berger's determination, local fans find themselves on the verge of the local season opening, here. Sept. 24. with Emmetsburg. The complete schedule follows: Sept. 24. Emmetsburg, here. Oct. 1. Clear Lake, here. Oct. 8. Manson, here. Oct 15, Webster City, here. Oct. 23. Hampton, there. Oct. 29, Clarion, here. Nov. 3. Eagle Grove, there. Nov. 11, Humboldt, there. Clear Lake is a new opponent this year, and the schedule is thus slightly tougher than last season. The loss of George Nleman, leading open field runner on the squad, will prove a real blow, but Berger and Findlay are making every effort to overcome that loss. LeRoy Lee will probably get the fullback assignment Willasson and Banwart, Algona's two classy guards, will be the nucleus of the line, and the coaches are counting on them to have an outstanding season. Crippled Children's Clinic Here Friday With between 35 and 40 physicians from three counties expected to attend, and seven rooms in the Kossuth hospital reserved for the examining physicians, the clinic for crippled children 21 years of age or under, will get under way here on Friday morning. Specialists in orthopedic work will be here for the occasion. The clinic is made possible through funds provided by the social security act. At least 125 crippled children can be examined during the day's session, it was stated, nnd parents with crippled children are urged to bring them in to the clinic. Hospital News SWw^ Koftroth Rotpjtel Saturday, September 11—Thomas Wagner of Bode entered for surgery. Sunday, September 12—Mrs. An na Kopp of Tappen, North Dakota, entered with injuries received when she fell down a flight of stairs. Monday, September IS—June Thomsen of Swea City entered as a surgical patient. Monday, September 13—Nell Rogers of Gllmore City underwent an appendectomy. Tuesday, September 14—Mrs. C C. Shierk of Algona gave birth to a baby girl. Wednesday, September 15—Mrs Woodrow Johnson of Irvington, gave birth to a baby girl. General Hospital Saturday, September 11—Marjorie Rudisill of Woden entered for an appendectomy. Monday, September 13—George Sharp and Evelyn Sharp of Mason City had their tonsils removed. Tuesday, September 14—Mrs. Fred Haack of Lone Rock, tonsil- ectomy. Wednesday, September 15—Mrs Russell Maxwell of Algona, major operation. Getting Ready For Field Day Titonka: Most of our town and country sportsmen enjoyed themselves Sunday out underneath the sunny skies while they were making preparations for the Field Day to be held near Bancroft, Sunday. Sept 16th. John Fisher, Ernest Peterson, Harold Johnson, Dr. Torgerson, W. J. Den ton. Tom Young and Alfred Oesterreicher were among those assisting in the preparations. Whittemore, West Bend Couple Wed Whittemore: Clarence Elbert of lere and Genevieve Quick of West Jend, were united in marriage at St. Michael's Catholic church, on Tuesday morning. Father Greteman performed the ceremony. Catherine Quick, sister of the bride, was irldesmaid, and Herman Elbert, cousin of the groom, acted as best man. The bride wore a pale blue dress with black accessories and he bridesmaid wore a tan dress with black accessories. WESLEY WOMAN BURIED MONDAY Mrs. Gtarfelia Johnson, 67, Leaves Two Daugh ters, One Son Wesley: Funeral services for Mrs. Garfelln Johnson. 67, were held at the Methodist church in Wesley Monday afternoon at two o'clock with the Hev. A. Bottom In charge, assisted by Rev. A. A. Howe of Faulllna, Iowa. Mrs. Johnson passed away Saturday morning at 8:30 In Mason City following a major operation performed Thursday morning. Mrs. Johnson was born Oarfella Riebhoff on May 8th. 1870, on a farm near Algona. She and her twin brother, Henry, were the youngest children of Michael and Amelia Riebhoff, pioneer settlers of Kossuth county. She received her education in the rural schools of the county and while a young woman taught school for a short time. On March 3. 1888, she was married to Axel F. Johnson of Wesley to which union were born four children, all of whom survive. She joined the Methodist church in September. 1913. She lived all her life near Wesley with the exception of two and a half years, which she spent in Alexandria, Minn., caring for a sister- in-law, Mrs. Peter Anderson. Her greatest interest was her children and her home with additional time being spent in relieving others in tim* of sickness and need. She was a member of the local American Legion Auxiliary unit, having always been an active member. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Grace Donovan, Mrs. Edna Flom. both of Wesley, and two sons, Frank Johnson of Wesley, and Elmer Johnson of near Lone Rock. She also leaves two brothers, Frank fUebhoff of Algona, Mathew Rieb- tioff of Portland. Oregon, and two listers. Mrs. Agnes Salisbury and iCrs. Grace Sarchett, both of Port- and. Burial took place in the Ever- rreen cemetery in the family lot leside the grave of her deceased usband. and was In charge of the .tcMahon funeral home of Wes- It'» the talk of the town— the 1937 model Cooking School coming Sept. 27, 28, 20th to the New Call Theatre, Oxley Reunion Fairview-Corwith: The Oxley 'amily held its reunion last week Sunday at Northwood Park, with 54 present. Those attending from ^orwith were: Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Oxley and Junior. Glen Oxley and children, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Izzard, Ivadell and Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oxiey and family, Mrs. Addle Oxley, Mrs. Hazel Raber and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Studer and son. Classified Ads Carriers' Convention Lone Hock: Mr. and Mrs. Fred -enrich and con, Bernard and Mrs. Evelyn Earing attended an eighth Istrlct rural letter carriers' ptc- Ic at Dolliver state park, Fort Dodge. Sunday. Dorothy Walker nd Eliza Roenne spent the week nd at Gowrie, returning Sunday 'Ith the Genriches. For Sale FOR SALE—1935 Ford V-8 touring sedan with radio.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 37 FOR SALE—200 White Rock pullets.—Chester Schoby, Algona. 37* FOR Sale—Six-hole. Copper- Clad range, good condition, at Moe & Sjogren's. FOR SALE—1935 Plymouth tudor touring sedan.—Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 37 FOR SALE—One Woodstock, standard size typewriter. $20. One Underwood, Htandard size, rebuilt machine, $37.50. One Underwood portable. 1936 model, $37.50. almost lil«; new. Remington standard. $25. For new or uaed typewriters, see Al r ;ona Upper Ues Moines. 37* FOR SALE—1935 4-door sedan. Standard. —Hoenk Motor Service. West of Court House. 37 Miscellaneous BUY A FARM while prices are down. List your property with me. —Edward Capesius, Heise building, Algona. 37-tf Girl Seriously HI Uvermore: Johanna, the five year Id daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Davitt, is ill at their home here, lavlnft taken quite suddenly 111 on Monday evening. The child is run- Ing a temperature, and her parents nd neighbors are anxious for her ecovery. Mrs. Boothroyd, mother f Mrs. Davitt who lives In Hum- >oldt, is here helping to care for the child. FILM DEVELOPING—M«I printing, any sise, SOc per roll, free enlargement with any roll. —Luitby'i drug 15-tf WANTED—Have attractive proposition for reliable man with car. Good profits for hustler. Ask S. F. Baker & Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 37-40* FOR SALE- 1937 Plymouth 4- <.i<ior louring sninn.—Hoenk Motor S»Tviri'. West fit Court House. 37 FOR SALK l'j:;7 Used Plymouth •J-ilr. luurinti atdan.—Hotnk Motor Servic e. West of Court House 37 FOR SALE—Good one-row Me- Cot-mil k-Oet-rini; picker. Used tn- Mlayr cutter ;tml good u.-H'd box and wagon.—MrKnro*: Iiro.4 , Phone M!». 37 KOK SALK IMS Oldi-rnobile 6 M-d;ui. 4-door. —Hoi-nk Motor Str- vn-c- West of Court House. 37 PIANO—See in Algona. Only J48 Itft. C:ish only. Write Minntup- oh.i i'iano Company, 2-110 West Broadway. Minneapolis Minn. 'iV* LOANS—Prompt appraisal on 20 year /arm loans. No appraisal fee —no commission—no red tape— low interest.—Edw. (Japesius. Heise BIdg., Algona, Iowa. 22-tf FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, prices, location!*. Terms to suit vou. List your farm with us.—McDonald tt Co. lo-tf WINDOW GLASS—Many sizes t-oort quality. Glass put in if you wish. A reasonable price charged for the service. Bring in your frame.*.—Lusby's. 37-45 WE OFFER you thorough, pract- icttl, intensive courses at low tuition rates. If interested send for our frtc catalogues—MankatoCom- mercial College. Mankato. Minn. 37* SOMK MOKK UAIUiAINS IN AI.GO.NA HOMKS AnniH 6-room double garage, ( IO.-.L- in, priced at {.'i.bGO. L. T Griffin hou.-.e, on Eirn St. all modern, at $2,500. A ^ood. modern house, close to the Catholic church, $2,WX). A partly modern house, and three lots, bargain at $1 300. A new bungalow, just built going ut *4.S»O0. Two good, modern homes both bargains, each at $3,900. Several other houses from $1,SGG to $B,000. C. \V. NICOULIN, Heal Estate Algona. Iowa. 37* FOR SALK— New Portable mill. Equipped with 80 h. p. motor. Used Portable Mills with various size motor.). Tiniic anfi terms.- -W. M. Peclelty. Mason City, Iowa. 37* Una] FOR SALK -Use<J trucks, i lean-up. Al! ii:cijndilioneil. Cht-v. L. W B. I'j'M Chev. L. W B., new paint. I'Mi Dodge. L. W. B. I'j.'iii Ford. I. W B. iiiSS Ford. L. W B. Seveial very low-priced jobd. Kent Molm. See them now. 37 FOR SAJ-K Mc< 'ormit k-Uctring .o:n pii iiei A!li..-< 'h.ili.ii-f! tractor, ' -It. ...i-.-i I'., ti.-.i. loi .11. U ,-itubblfc ' il wanuu .Si. k B Wagner. REAL BARGAINS on good Improved farms. E.!SO real buys on Al- Kona lots and homes.—Kohlhaai Bros., phone 22. 20-tl Wanted WANTF.D—Ambitious man, permanent p""' 1 '"" wit h larfte company t-Htuhlishtd 80 y<rars. Pemon- work among farmers. Ex- not neresitary. l.ihera income No lay-offs.—Ward's Com pany. Winona, Minn. 37' WANTED TO KENT—S or 7 room modern hou»e or unfurnishet apartment Inform the U. D. M. 37* WANTED—Immediately, refined lady, local work, teaching, nurn inn or saleu experience preferred Give phone and addrtna, write MOT care Algona Upper Den Moineii. 37" WANTED—Young man, hi ncbqo graduate, can earn »2.bO per day at leant three months, local work give phone and address, write MOT care Algonu Upper Den Moinea. 37" WANTED—Large Iowa Feed Co wants district manager ajid sales man in ibia locality at once. Se Wm. H. Murphy, Hotel Algona Friday afternoon, Sept. 17. 37 WANTEI)—Married man to wor on farm. Middle aged man prefer able.--A! B. Schenck, Algona. SS-37 WANTED I will buy all the ol inner lubi:> you mn brin^ Hie, at KOO(J pii«.e. Sec Niviaen ut Waltt Klumti Scivnt tjlalion. 'M Buys 4-H Beef The Soreiuen Grocery purchased one of the 4-H bftby bwr*» exhibited at the Komuth county fair last week and will have it ready for *ale Saturday. The cat? was raised by Lester Rogers of Bancroft Sorensens have for the past few years made it a practice to buy one of the 4-H beeves in order that Al- gonians can have a chance to eat some of the fancy beef that the county clubs raise. Fall Arrives As Thermometer Spills Fall arrived with temperatures that dropped as low as 45, the past week. Date High Low Rain Sept. 8 ........................ M 63 Sept. 9 ............................ 89 60 Sept 10 ........................ 77 62 Sept. 11 ........................ '2 Sept 12 ........................ 68 Sept 13 ........................ 73 Sept. 14 ........................ 82 A promise of good weather for this week end is welcomed, especially by the conservation league boys, whose big field day is Sunday. .88 50 46 45 51 Prize Percheron Of Gross Is Dead Good Hope: V. J. Gross lost a valuable Percheron mare, one that copped first prise at the county Fair last year, from the dread sleeping sickness, Tuesday morning. The horse was extremely valuable. Other death losses have been reported at the Dodds, where two uilmals died, one at the Stelnmans, wo at Ben Reids, Tom Reids, one, Jchlpulls, one, Relbhoffs, one, and IHttmers, one. Lawyers Invited All lawyers, especialy In the 8th ongressional district are cordially ivlted to attend a meeting, Satur- ay, followed by a dinner in the venlng. at Des Moines, at which J. S. Senator Burton K. Wheeler f Montana will speak, in observ- nce of the sesquicentennlnl annlv- rsary of the U. S. Constitution. J. Lowe, Algona, a member of the tate executive committee, received 'ord of the arrangements yester- ay, as outlined above. Junior Chamber Meets Friday P.M. An important meeting of the Al- ;ona Junior Chamber of Commerce s called for Friday evening. Sept 17, at eight o'clock at the American L«gion hall. Ideas for fall and winter activities are to be called for. Under consideration are plans for an Ice-skating rink, basketball team, and a gym class for members. After the regular business meeting there will be grub and refreshments, says Vic Steil, secretary. Teachers Guests At Titonka Party Titonka: The P. T. A. reception for the teachers, held Monday evening at the consolidated school building was well attended and enjoyed by all. Following an interesting program, games to accomplish the mingling of young and old were played, and a delicious lunch served. Mrs. H. A. French is the 1937-38 chairman of the P. T. A. organization, and a year of activity and interest is keenly awaited and expected. Trinity Lutheran Church P. i. Bnuier, pontor Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. m. English services at 10:30 a. m. A Walther League rally will be held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock at West Bend and at Fort Dodge. Our young people are cordially invited to attend. Y. P. S. meet* next week Friday in the evening at 8 o'clock. The S. S. T. meet Friday evening of thii» week. Confirmation Instruction!! for the children Saturday forenoon at 9:30 o'clock. SALE! AMERICA'S MOST POPULAR COFFEE lib. Look at the low fcule price. Then renumber that tt buy* you a di»ttnctive Mend of the world'* flneot coffrw*, frenhly rowited and frffchly ground. Buy a bag NOW. $55,000 AHK 1'8 ABOUT THE .00 WORTH OF PRIZES IN BetaJI Value 12 WEEKLY CONTESTS! Ann Page Spaghetti 4-7 ox pbg Macaroni 2§c Ann Page 1 Ib. Jar Peanut Butter _._23c Ann Page Tomato 14 oz. hot Ketchup 15c tietaUn, Cnoctdatc or Vanilla Pudding, Ice ('ream four S<4 ox. pitgn. Sparkle Dessert _19c Ann Page Apricot, Blackberry, (tu-rry, Peach and Pinr- upplo Preserve _3 Ib. jar 49c A New A. * P. Variety Bread It om. tout Two 'NOne 9c Half Whie-haU wheat A. it P. Hliced Bread 20 o*. Big Twist -.loaf Oc All Vegetable Shortening Spry 1 Ib. can21c S tb. can <V5c PilUbury'. "Beef Flour 241/3 Ib bag 1.07 4» Ib. bag 92.10 CoUege Inn Tomato US ox can Juice 1 qt. 25c Peas 3 No. 2 cans 25c Woodbury'* Fad*! Soap 3 cakes 26c PalmoUve ToUet Soap 3 cakes 19c CrjpfaU White Soap 10 reg, bars 35c « Ktaot bar* «6e "Sanitary ... absorbent" GAUZE TISSUE 4 -out 19 C Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Ohio Co*Uer» pk. Potatoes - 23c 3 Urn. Cabbage - 10c Tokny Ib. Peaches - 10c Sweet 4 Ib*. Potatoes - 10c A # I* Food Stores THE GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO. Party For Betty Walker ol Burt Bnrt: Mrs. U H. Schenck and daughter, Maxine, gave a farewell party last week Tuesday afternoon Mr Betty Walker, who goes to Des Moines this week to take nurse'* training. Ten girls were guests. The afternoon was spent at bridge. 3etty was also given a shower of landkerchlefs. Mrs. Priebe HI Fenton: Mrs. Ernest Priebe la 11 at the home of her son, Carl, In Fenton. VMtits at the PfJWbe home were Mr. and Mr». Otto Volet of TaopH MWrt., who cam* Thursday, Mr. Voigt went home leaving htt wll* hew to halo too* for her moth**. fftt. PMebe has suffered for some ftfne with Asthma, but at this writing is improving. • ! Firsi Lutheran Church Choir rehearsal «r Friday ewtnlng at * o'clock. No Sunday School or worship service next Sunday. We are invited to celebrate the BOth anniversary at Bancroft A COMPLETE STORE filled with attractive Fall Merchandise CHRISCHILLES Store The successful store today mu'st carry tremendous stocks of wanted merchandise. The Chris- chilles Store is filled to overflowing with the most complete and comprehensive selection of new, wanted goods in its entire history. For weeks and weeks, new merchandise has been pouring into the store until today, we believe you will find 'here, probably one of the most complete stocks in northern Iowa. It seems that every department is fairly bursting with new goods. These goods have been carefully chosen with regard to both quality and price and you will be delighted with our judgment. You will be interested in Fall merchandise right now. Let us show you the new arrivals at your favorite store. We have the goods. They are priced right, styled right and sold right, when you buy them here. The Chrischilles Store to EmmeUtHirg, Hotel aty. Hotel OKW« Dr.LI ShaHenberger, M. D.- ^^V^^ •_!._ I... mtfff^ iSfrl lr..l.« m... The Regular and , Jr- i^l^MSU^^&tSgaiJ

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