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The Algona Upper Pea MoijtteB, Algona, Iowa, July 26,1038 N. KOSSUTH LEAD Bancroft Toppled, 4-3, by Wesley for First Loss of Schedule A new leader replaced Bancroft which won the first half-season title In the North Kossuth county baseball league Sunday, as Wesley nipped the previously undefeated nine, 4 to 3. Ringsted moved Into first place In the league standings with a 4 to 2 victory over Letts Creek. Swea City, Titonka and Wesley share second place with Bancroft, the former team winning Sunday, 2 to 1, from Whittemore? ' Titonka won from Burt, 3 to 1< North Kossuth League Standings (Second Half) W L Pet. Rlngsted 3 0 1.000 Bancrofts. <-.:. .............2 1 .667 Swea City 2 1 .607 Wesley 2 1 .867 Titonka 2 1 .667 Burt 1 2 .333 'WWttemore o 3 .000 Letts Creek _...0 8 .000 Sunday Results—Wesley 4, Ban«Wt 3; Ringsted 4, Lotta Creek 2; Titonka 3, Burt 1; Swea City 2, Whittemore 1. Bancroft's baseball forces took a thorough trimming Sunday as the state championship-aspiring; junior team had pennant hope* Jarred by Anthon's 2 to 0 win over the invading Kossuth county team. Ac a result of Anthon's victory the series is tied up at a game apiece and a third contest to be played Thursday at Rockwell City will be necessary to the entrant In the state tournament • Golf Tournament Caliente Winners Get Their Reward Chan Dailey, Bill Steele, Val Naudain and Oalle Towne were the low •coring foursome in the annual Caliente tournament of the Algona Country Club, and as a result their owner, Melzar Haggard, walked off with $12 for first place with i gross score of 177. The Caliente was terminated with a Dutch lunch, program and party, last Thursday evening at the club. In second place was the foursome composed of Albert Ogren, Chet Momyer, Bob Vincent and Harry Holmes, and owned by the latter. Third place went to Bud McMahon, Karl Hoffman, Dutch Lorenz ana Ted Larson, owned by Lorenz, and fourth place was the foursome composed of Wade Sullivan, Mel Griffin, Dr. a W. Meyer and Dr. R. M. Mlnkel, and owned by Griffin. Blind bogey prizes went to Fred Kent and Gordon Dewel. Harrington Captures Top Honors Sunday In Open Golf Meet Bob Harrington carried off golfing honors at the Algona open tournament, Sunday, at the Coun try Club. He qualiled with 35 for the medal score of the day, and also captured the championship flight with a 39. Others in the final round of that flight were W. Erickson (40>, E. Osmundson (41) and Dick Norton (45). First flight finalists were Chet Williams (42). the winner. Mel Griffin (44). Bob Williams (46) and Jim Murtagh (47). M. P. Weaver won the second flight with a 44, followed by Josh Blossom 46), Ed DeZellar (54) and John Kohlhaas (55). George L. Miller with a 51 won the third flight and R. R. Roberts, Bob Spencer and Bob Klingaman, all with 53's, tied for the remainder of the awards in that flight Brownies Put On Big Ralley, Take Sunday Nite Tilt Any doubts the Kahoun Cafe nine of Sioux City may have had, that the Algona Brownies were not the better team should be thoroughly dispelled after Sunday as a result of two setbacks the local team handed them. The Brownies first drubbed the Kahouns 7 to 0 in the first round o: the state semi-pro tournament a Storm Lake and then put on another of their ninth inning rallies to whip the same club 8 to 7 under the lights at the local park. Under the lights at Algona the Brownies to win had to stage one of their ninth inning rallies which he fans are beginning to expect as a usual feature. The Kahouns went out ahead in the third and fourth nnings. getting a pair of runs" in each frame. The Brownies duplicated this performance in the sixth and seventh stanzas to tie up the score but the invaders came right back to score 3 more runs In the eighth to assume a comfortable lead. A light rain came up which threatened to terminate the game with Kahoun in the lead but died down again, and Algona's ninth inning rally won the game. The Brownies were originally scheduled to play a strong colored team, the Oklahoma Cubs, which was forced out of the evening's bill when the bus in which the team was travelling broke down. The Kahoun team, smarting for revenge after the afternoon's beating at Storm Lake, was substituted. This week after the state senii- !>ro tournament the Brownies will )lay the Kingsbury Beer team of Des Moines, Thursday, and Sunday night battle the Mexican Revolutionists. This is the same team which defeated the Brownies 4 to 3 in 11 inning last year in the Watermelon Day game. Jr. Nine Gets But 4 Hits, But Wins Algona's Junior Legion basebal! nine repeated its extra inning triumph over, Emrrietsburg on the home diamond, Sunday, this time by the score of 4 to 3. A Sunday ago the Algona Juniors went two extra innings to beat the same club, 1 to 0. Thilges pitching for Algona gave up only five well scattered hits. Sluiler of Emmetsburg granted four but they were more timely and resulted in Algona runs. Algona Devine, 3b Watts, 2b Lighter, c Eischen, Ib Thilges, p McNeil. If Kajewskl, cf Watts, ss Will, rf R H Totals 442 Mary An Bohn spent last week at the Edward Dehnert home in LuVenie. Marjorie Johnson visited from last week Tuesday to Sunday with Dorothy Day at Clarion. Both girls returned home Sunday. The Algona Upper Des Moines See the New 1938 CORONA Standard Portable Rewrites OF Newt From Last Thursday's Kossuth County Advance G. W. STILLMAN, Algona attorney, was nominated on the 20th ballot at the judicial convention last Tuesday morning for district judge. With him, Fred Hudson of Pora- hontas, also was qominated. The convention was deadlocked for a day and a half before the "break" in the voting came. The nomination assures him of the judgeship. * * * NORMAN HEMIM.EK, Livermore, serving a 30-day sentence in the county jail for writing bad checks, skipped out some time Tuesday evening after he had been assigned to work at the county farm He had been treated as a "trusty " at the farm. If caught, he will he subject to a five year prison sentence. * * # To Start Algona Tennis Tourney Tennis tournaments for Algona players were announced last week by Lawrence Findley. summer athletics director, in charge of the tourneys. Competition will be sponsored for four classes, boys and seniors divisions and girls and senior girls flights. The boys' division will In clude those 15 years old and under and the senior division all over 15. The girls' entries will be divided likewise. Gold, silver and bronze medals will be awarded the first three winners In each tournament. All contestants must be entered by 6 p. m., Friday. July 29. There is no entry fee. Players can sign up for the tournaments with Mr. Findley at the Bryant high school building Wednesday and Friday mornings or at the Athletic park any afternoon during the week. The tournaments will begin August 3. This will be the first competition held here this year and it is the purpose of the tournament to stimulate interest in tennis In Algona by providing formal tournament competition. An evenly balanced entry list is expected without any overwhelmingly strong entrants. In The WEEK'S NEWS Current Events Photographed for The Algona Upper Des Moines NEW SWEA CITY TOWER IN USE Water Pours liito dity Mains from Recently Built Tank POLICE OVERPOWER MAN WHO RUSHED AT ROOSEVELT—OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA.—Woody Hockaday who once showered feathers upon Secretary of War Harry Woodrlng, caused a flurry of excitement among spectators when he attempted to enter President Roosevelt's car aa the presidential cavalcade drove through the streets of this city. Hockaday was quickly overpowered by the secret service police and taken away. His reason for the act was a desire to shine the president's shoes. A year ago Woody went to the White House and vainly ought to polish President Roosevelt's boots. Photo shows Woody Hockaday of Wichita, Kansas, being overpowered by a poiceman after attempting to enter President Roosevelt's car for the privilege of shining the president's shoes. Swea City School Buys 2 New Busses Swea City: The Swea City consolidated school district has purchased two new motor busses for use next fall. They will be operat- d by local drivers and kept in the school bus barn. The busses are Dodge and International makes, and .he bodies are manufactured in Dhio. They will seat 3 and are leated and lighted. Just where they will be operated s not yet known, but some o' the 14 present routes will be combined, pupils from the 36 square ml'.ca in the district and a larg» number of tuition pupils from outside thj district. SERVICE RESUMED—McGregor, Iowa: Operating between Clinton and La Crosse, "Chief Blackhawk," the new 125.000 passenger boat, after 43 years brings passenger service to the Upper Mississippi. Estherville Band Plays at Swea City Swea City: Director Rayninn I Vlinkler of Estherville brought his land over fur an exchange' concert n Reynolds Park here l.'iM Friday nif;ht. An excellent program w.is ;iven. A massed band (if Swea "ity and Armstrong music-ails, directed hy Gerald N'icmeyer will play at Riverside Park in Esthervillo Thursday nijiht. July 28 and at Swea City the following evening. Tin; lame band goes to Sylvania Park at Fairmont, Aug. 4, and Guy Donnelley's Fairmont Band will ^ive ,i return concert here August 12. Essay Winner Wesley Boys Play On Champion Team Wesley: Mike Lloyd and Bob Studer left .Saturday noon with the. Bancroft Junior League baseball team IIE HIT OFF TIP of his tongue. '• ! " r Hartley, where they played :, ' game that afternoon, staying at Cherokee all night am! going *o Antho.il. near Kioux City where they played the second of a three yarne .series with the Athon team. The Bancroft team defeated thin learn i>v a score of 11 to 'J at Bancroft on Dran Dlrkson of Osare. IT year old high school graduate, won the tUtewlde r*My contest sponsored by the bicycle divi- ilnn of the Iowa Stale Safety council, and for his award was jivcn Plate No. 1 of the council's newly organized biryrlr division, (Iowa Daily Prru photo.) Made by L. C. Smith Co. FOR NE\V OR USED TYPEWRITERS BEE The Algona Upper Des Moines Athorized Underwood- Corona & Smith Dealers Dewey Joy. 4. son of Mr. and Mr. Lewis Galloway, climbed onto the- i table from which the family m<-al • was being >crvcd in th<- yeard. H- fell, and almost severed his tons. F i;o. | The Galloways live near Corwith. I « • • ! I'ETKR THOMPSON*, 83, Lu- Verne. died lust Tuesday morning. I He was formerly a mayor of Lu- i Verne. Funeral services were h*-!d Thursday afternoon at the LuVerne ' Methodist church. ftev. Harvey Nel I son conducting. .Surviving are Mrs. i Thompson and seven non.-i, William i and Allen, LuVerne, Fay of Eaglv Grove, George of Ledyard Everett of Lake City. Bert of Jowa Falls and Charles of Dodge Center, Minn. * • * EXPLOSION OF A CREAM separator at the Herman Voight place- near Whittemore, fortunately did not injure either Harold, son of the couple, nor Raymond, a younger brother, standing nearby. The machinery was thrown all over the barn. What caused the explosion which occurred while the machine was in use. is not known. Fenton Girl Has Hospital Tretament Fenton: Mrs. Allan Bolliuger and daughter. Kathleen returned home last week Wednesday from Iowa City, where Kathleen had a cast changed on her limbs. Kathleen was born with her hips out of joint, and was taken to the University hospital several weeks ago. The doctors expected to operate, but because of her constant Improvement the operation was not necesary. The Bellingers were given much encouragement In regard to Kathleen's condition. She will return to tha hospital again in September. Editors who arc members of the North Iowa Press Association and their wives enjoyed a meeting of the association at Lake Okoboji, Swea City: Swea City began using water from the now tank Iftst Saturday after the tank and mains had undergone s twelve hour sterilizing process on Friday night. The new tank replaces Ihe old structure which is supplied by a new well dug last. year. The Lane Construction Company of Minneapolis will complete the structural work this week, having been here about 30 days and G. O. Anderson has the painting contract. The work has progressed without accident, barring the fall of the derrick which tore loose from the tower and crashed down into the pumphouse below during the Saturday night storm of two weeks ngo. Cost of the new tower has not yet been definitely fixed, Mayor A. J. Chrlstenson stated Sundnj'. The original contract called for $1(500 but additional work of straightening and reinforcing the old tower was later found to be necessary and will make the first estimate somewhat higher. Give Surprise Party For Fenton Woman Fenton: Mrs. John Kramer was taken by surprise last week Wednesday afternoon when a group of ladles gathered at her home to celebrate her birthday aniversary. The afternoon was spent socially after which lunch brought by the guests was served. Mrs. Kramer was presented with a gift Attending were Mesdames John Grament, Raymond Tietx. Wilbur Holldorf, E. C. Fauerby, Harold Goetsch, Chas. Glaus, Arnold Klatt Earl Dean, Sam Warner, Homer Stout and G. B. Stevens. Cupid on Holiday Cupid took a holiday in Algona over the week end with only one marriage license being granted by the clerk of court and that to a Minneapolis couple. Jaines Lestlna and Zelma Wages, both of Minneapolis were granted a marriage license by Katherine McEvoy, clerk of district court. During these vacation days every driver of an automobile has an added responsibility—to watch out for those youngsters on the streets. Children listen to our warnings and instructions to be careful when crossing streets, but, as we all know, they forget very readily, and when they are engaged In a spirited game of tag our words of caution are completely erased from their minds. That is why we motorists must Icam to anticipate seeing a boy or girl dash suddenly across the street without a sideward glance. We often become impatient anj nngry with youngsters for these thoughtless acts, but remember, their's is a carefree life. We cannot expect them to keep serious thoughts In mind constantly. Let's give the kids a break iind be a little more alert when we sit behind the wheel of our automobile. That is one way we can make life fater for our children. Classified Ads '•V For Sale FOR SALE?—1988 model Corona portable, traded In on luff er machine, |3S cash. Standard rise Underwood, rebuilt, $37.50.—Algona Upper ties Molnes. SO WE CAN SELL you 80 acres of ^.tiod Innd with fine buildings-with electric lights and running water Also have a bargain in a 120 acre? thoroughly tiled and good buildings at $110. Only takes $1600 by March 1st to handle. If you want a 160 we have a good one at $80 on easy terms. Would you be interested In 240 at $60? Most all In cultivation and tame grass, on easy terms. M. P. HAGGARD. 30 FOR SALE—Dance orchestra drums, complete set—K. & H. Oil Station, Phone 670. SO* I HAVE a bargain in a first class well Improved 80. Also have several well improved and tiled quarters at from $100 to $115 and I can sell you one of the best half sections in Kossuth county at $110, and give you long time contracts with small down payments.—M. P. Haggard. 30-31 FOR SALE—Improved 160 acre Farm, 1H miles from Corwith. Good :erms.—Bert Meyers, Corwith, Iowa. 30-31* I AM MAKING long time farm loans at 414% Interest with no stock to buy and no red tape.—M. P. Haggard. 30-33 FOR SALE—Beautiful $695 player piano, bench, rolls, like new. Also small modern upright, near Algona, your choice $38. Write E. Steam, 6710 Merrill Ave., Chicago, for Information. 30* HIGH QUALITY dip, at Barker's —98c gal. 30 FARMERS—Electric Fence Units, 6v. 32v, HOv all in one machine. Complete with insulators for $12.50. Low consumption. 30 days free trial with money back bank guarantee. Write for circular. Address Walsh Inc., Box 364, Nashua, Iowa. 30 and 32 FOR SALE—Used 22-36 McCorm- ick-Deerlng tractor; used F-30 Farmall tractor—Bancroft Implement Co., Bancroft, Iowa. 30 FOR SALE—7-room modern, louse located on South Minnesota Street Inquire Sampson's Tire Ser- Ice. 29-30* NEW STOCK fly spray, made 'rom soy beans, at Barker's, 75c ;al., 2 gals. $1.25. 30 FOR SALE—1938 Plymouth coupe, ow mileage, like new, must sell at once. Phone 408-W, Julia Dearchs. 30 FOR SALE—Fruit. Ideal for canning. Silver Grey Cafe. 30 GUARANTEED USED CARS 1937 Ford "60" Tudor, good tires, low mileage. 1937 Ford deluxe tudor, looks and runs like new. 1930 Ford "85" deluxe fordor, maroon, low mileage. 1936 Ford "85" tudor, grey, good ires and motor. 1930 Ford "85" tudor, grey, gnnii Motor uml fair tires. 1930 Ford "85" tudor, black. A KENT MOTOH CO. Easy Tertm Algeria, low i SO Genuine Engraved Wedding An- nouncements in any style of en- graving, 19.50 for 50, or less. At home cards to match. See them at the Algona Upper Des Molnes. 28-tf Miscellaneous A CROOKED DEAI, When Geo. Milter finished my building he left a sledge. I used It all winter to break coal with. Liter on I lent It to Gene. He broke out the handle and otherwise maimed It. Gene bought me a new onft by way of replacement. Now I have; a sledge of my own and Geo. Is one ' sledge short —JIMMIES NEVILLE. LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 8-rf WHO WOULDN'T LIKE a good Job? You can have It If you attend Mankato Commercial College. Mankato, Minn. 30) For Your Car DROP IN at Sampson'* Tire Service when In need of a used tire or tube. «-tP» For Rent FOR RENT—Modern 6-roont"* house with bath, 3 bedroomp, available August i. Call 7F32, Mrs. Frank Miller. 30 FOR RENT—One sleeping room in modern home, two blocks frortv State street, very reasonable rent;' Phone 384 or call at 108 W. McGregor street, Mrs. John Walsh. 30* FOR RENT—Furnished ment 5 East Call Street. a part- 30* FOR RENT—Seven room modern house, close in, possession August 1, $25 month. Inquire this office. 30* Loat-Found LOST—Iowa trailer license No. 2952 Southwest of Algona. Reward. —Merle Holt, Ottosen. 30* LOST—Old fashioned gold watch, possibly on E. North 8t between 166 and North Harlan. Reward. —Mrs. Raymond Igou, 215 No. Harlan. 30* Wanted WANTED—Baling done at all times.—Ralph Hurlburt, Lone Rock. Phone 207. M* WANTED—Man and team or team to thresh for run.—Harry Bates, phone 20F21. 39 WANTED—Spring chickens, 314 pounds or over for Thursday.—Mrs. Sidney Wallburg, Algona. 30* WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf A CORRECTION In listing the campaign expense of county candidates, the expense of Fred Beerman was listed as $36.49. This should have been $3.81. Progress Club Meets Portland: The Progress club met Thursday with Mesdames Chas. and Bernard Phelpg, assisted by Mrs. Harvey Graham, recently. There was a very large attendance and the program Included talks on parliamentary law, game laws and tho Portland game reserve. A very nico lunch was served. the previou-j .Sunday. Wesley Plans Vote On School Gym We.-dry: The Wesley school hoar<; held a meeting Tuesday night ai,d plans were made to hold a .-.j<t:i ml election within the next five or hi/. weeks to decide if a bond of i»p- proxirnalely 112000 should be authorized A federal grant of S'jOOO ha-, already been accepted for the erection of a gymnasium and auditorium. Bnacroft Catholic Ladies Missionary i Meeting Successful Ii;in( rtjft: A larye crowd tittemli-il the Catholic Ladies missionary so-i < J>-ty /netting held at the St. John'.- j auditorium Thur&day afternoon. I .Saving vva.-s dune by home of the l*<liea and the rest played bridge arnl .Vxj. Mrs. Joe Fox won the i ut prize Mr*. N. J. Merrill won In.-l in V><> and Audrey Underkofltr ••von /ugh in bridge. Swea City Pastor Speaks Over Radio Swea City: Rev. K. C. .Swanscn I drove to Mason City Sunday to '!,.• I hver an address over station KGLO ! on the meeting of the Aui<!istana synod at Brooklyn, New York, from which he has juat returned. He and his wife also attended the Swedish tercentenary celebration at Wilmington. Dclawar^, wh-1 their e istern trip. on Burt Presbyterians Meet Wednesday Burt: The Prcsbteiian Mite Society will meet Wednesday afternoon, July 27, at the home of Mrs. H O Buell. Mrs L. D. Hodgson and Mrs. (.'. L. Holding art assisting hosteases. About 3o nu-rnbers of the Presbyterian society and Methodist Aiu attended a guest day at Lone Rock last Tuesday, The affair was held at the school house. Armstrong Visitors Return Home Sunday Armstrong: Mrs. Millard NKO- dernus ami son returned Sunday to their homt in IA.-S Moine* alter a two weeks' visit at he parental Ray- inoiiij Mardick home. Miss Daisy Mardick accompanied her slater to Dea Moines for a week's vi.-sit, Boy Arrives at The R. M. Walkers A seven and one-quarter pound I son waa born to Mr. and Mia. H. j M Walker of Whittemore. Monday! morning. It is their tirst child. Th.- ! Walkers farm about three miles f north, and three-quarters of a mile east of Whittemore. R. M. Walker is a son of Mr. and of ;-.lgona. Pa. Guests Honored Fcr.ton: Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder ar.d daughter, Phyllis, Alia, and Rev .Snyder's brother-in-law and aisttr. Mr and Mra. William Miller and son, Jarnes of Trackville, PH.. Mamie Heirn of New Philadelphia, Pa , and Virginia Ruth Mueller of t/ii.) plate were entertained at dinner last week Wednesday Baby Girl Born to John Longs of Union Union. Mr. and Mrs. John Lon^. Jr. are the parents of a baby gii 1 born Thursday. This is their lif.n child. They now have three girls and two boys. Mrs. Long wus Winifred Norris. Her mother, Mrs. Morris of Lone Rock ia taking cure of modier and babe. Notice of Sale of Real ; Estate ; The undersigned, nn Trustee, ha» for sale the following farms, towil: 1 A 'iV, acre farm three miles I north of LuVerne, Iowa, on the east l side of the graveled highway, pre,»| cm tenant. William Schipull Thi. ; (arm is all tiled and is good tillable • land. There is on the (aim a hou.it- , barn, double corn crib and gi-:ui- i ary, new hog house, and chki'.en j house and other buildings. i 2. 75 acre farm two mi.'tii West ut | Wesley on the north aide of lac pavement. This farm is all tiled "I'd Is good tillable land. There is on the farm u house, barn, double corn crib arid granary and other out buildings. Carl V. FroehlKh, lf>- unt. 3. A 120 acre farm one mile southwest of Burt on the east side of the pavement. This is good tillable land and tiled. There are no build ings on this farm, i'resc-nt tenant, John Schroeder. Any party interested in the purchase of any of said tracts please call on J. L. Bonar at his office in the Iowa St.au- Bank Building, Al Kona, Iowa. J. L. BONAR, 30 Trusts. Our Second Junior Two - for ~ One Sale The Chrischilles Store THREE DAYS Thurs. * Fri. - Sat. July 28-29-30 All Summer Coats, Suits, Silk and Cotton Dresses Buy One Garment - Get Another One Free Look 300 cotton and rayon Dresses 100 fine silk Summer Dresses 2$ Summer Coats 25 white, pastel and dark summer Suits 25 Bradley string knit Dresses Pastel colors Buy one— get another FREE Tliis is our .second junior 2-for-l Sale—lant sunuiier we used this means of disposing oi ! our entire summer stock. This year, we have added our entire line of cottons (both ladies, misses and Doris Dodsons) and plan the greatest summer clearance in our history. Stock up with summer goods at this amazingly low offer. BUT ONE GARMENT AND GrET ANOTHER OF EQUAL VALUE FREE EVERYTHING GOES This means just what it says, EVERYTHING (iOES. Nothing reserved. Every single summer garment goes into the bargain slaughter. Buy your next summer's needs now—you cant' beat TWO FOR ONE PRICES. Think of it—TWO cotton dresses for the price of ONE. All sizes represnted EXTRA EXPERIENCED SALES LADIES TO WAIT ON YOU. Look 300 cotton and rayon Dresses 100 fine silk Summer Dresses 25 Summer Coats 25 white, pastel and dark summer Suits 25 Bradley string knit Dresses pastel colors Buy one— get another FREE NOTHING RESERVED The Greatest Sale of all Time - Last Reduction of the Season

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