The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1938 · Page 10
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St Cecelias Academy nine opened Its season victoriously by outflnish- mg Whittemore 5 to 4 Wednesday. out dropped Its next encounter with "— n» Christ! Academy, Fort _e, 8-3, Friday. Emmetsburg will be the locajt teams foe today (Tuesday) the game being played at Emmetsburg. Friday Bancroft Academy journeys to Algona to play St. Cecelia. Father Ahmann. St. Cecelia coach an- nmmced that Bill Watt and Vern Nelson have been named co-can- talns. Don Kajewski. hurling his first game of the seasofi, was the Hero of St. Cecelia's opener with Whittemore. Kajewski allowed only five nits, struck out ten and singled home the winning run himself in the seventh and final Inning. The locals got a run in the first inning when Watts bunted home Nelson on a nice squeeze play. St Cecelia added anothef In the second when the fir«f batter up was safe on an error and Vern Nelson came up with the only extra base blow of the day a double which' plated the runnW from first. Whlttemore's runs In the thir ana flfth came when Kajewski h streaks of wildness. In the thir frame he hit two batsmen and tw singles brought in a run. In th fifth Whittemore went out In fron when two hits and three walk brought in three more runs. However, in the final inning wit the score 4 to 3 against them Fath er Ahmann's team went to wor and two walks and two singles b Winkel and Kajewski put the game on Ice. Batteries for St. Ceceli' were Kajewski and Nelson. Against Fort Dodge Friday Bil Watts' wildness kept him in trouble most of the way and the Dodgers collected seven hits to bring in six runs. The invaders scored two runs in the first, two in the fifth and two in the se\-enth inning to quell the local nine. Carlson, firing for Forl Dodge, gave up only three hits and as many runs to keep St. Cecelia In check. Father Ahmann. local coach. Is somewhat doubtful over the outcome of both of this week's games. The local club has been successful in its clashes with Emmetsburg in the past but Bancroft has always been tough and the games are in the toss-up category. '38 ENROLLMENT IN ARMSTRONG SCHOOL LOWER Armstrong: The Armstrong school opened Monday, Sept. 8th, and The Algom Upper DM MolBM, Algdna, lown, Sept. Irvington Man Win* I At Corn Snow E. R. Mawdsley 61 Irvington was awarded the prize for the best ten ear sample of corn in the corn show at the Spencer Fair last week. Mr Mawdsley has a record for wlnnln 1 corn prizes at the Iowa State Fai ~ r . ---- ~ ••««nuaj, ocf/i. ovn, ana IJHS /..,._ „ . . - ----- ~«.* an enrollment of 325, which is five °, ", H pe l'? d , of ? ear8 - Pred , less than last year's enrollment The number of students registered In high school is 109 as compared , , , , ' also of Irv l"gt"n, Is also usual y amon * the winners of corn prizes Read The Want Ads—It Pays. "Come on along 99 - and see the new Fall Coats and Dresses at the Chrischilles Store- they're lovely- and reasonable too! sophomores 34, freshmen 27. post gradute one. More Junior* The junior high school hns nn enrollment of 88. Last year it had '3 enrolled. In the grades the present number of pupils totals 130. a decrease of J2 from Inst year's en- 'ollment. Twenty-six kln'derjrnrten itipils began schoo' this year: an in rease of 10 over last year, but the first grndp shows just the reverse timber. 16 on the rolls this year, om pa red with 26 a year aso Rn- ollment for this year in oth»r rndes are: 22 in second sradt: 1 in third: 22 in fourth; and 23 in he fifth. Typing Popular A groat deal of interest is shown again this year in the typing c!nss. which was a new addition to the high school curriculum last year. 5 ° To Hospital Livermore: A harvest display greeted the eyes of pastor and congregation at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Small tables with pretty covers were arranged to hold the 50 quarts of canned fruit and vegetables which was donated hy the members to be sent to the Methodist hospital at Sioux City. The hospital committee of the local official board. Mrs. Bert Brown Mrs. Charles Brown, and Mrs. Henry Swanson were in charge of th* collecting and arrangement. The collection was taken to Al gona. Monday, where it was picked up by a hospital truck and taken to its destination. FENTON NINE WINS SECOND STRAIGHT Fenton: Fenton high school hung up their second base ball victory in a row by defeating Cylinder 6 to 3 here Thursday afternoon. Schmidt on the mound for Fenton gave up eight scattered hits, walked three and struck out eight Bleyer of Cylinder gave up eight hits, walked five and struck out ten. but didn't keep them quite as scattered as Fenton bunched three hits with two walks and an error for four runs in the fourth. Greinert of Fenton lead the attack with 13 hits out of four times at bat. R HF Cylinder 0020010 3 8 Fenton 000 402 x 6 8 Batteries: for Cylinder. Bleyer and Cooker, for Fenton, Schmidt am Ohm. ar. There are 13 enrolled for second year typing and 23 in the first year classes. The faculty hns three new members. Margaret Henrx-. Greeley Iowa, high school prin-ipal; Vera AiiJprirh. Mononn. home economics and Katherine Oisen. Ellsworth the fifth grade. '"™ Yes indeed— you'll want to see The Chris- chilles Store, too—to see the smartest collection of new Fall Coats and Dresses in the history of this store. We've fairly outdone ourselves this Kail — never such charming creations, prlc. ed to suit every purse. Coats are both furred and plain in a bewildering array of Fall colors—wines, forest greens, blacks and teal blue— complete size ranges from 10-50. Priced $12.85 up. Bob Harrington New Golf Club Head Bob Harrington, crack Algona goifer. was elected president of Al- f,ona Country Club at the Legion hall. Thursday evening. He will succeed Bill Steele as head of the Algona golfers. Casey Loss was named vice president. Ted Larson reelected secretary and Harry Holmes elected treasurer. Directors of the club are William Steele. John Haggard. Casey Loss. James Murtagh and Dutch Lorenz. Visit Old Friends At Titonka Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Far- •ington and daughter. Laura May of Montgomery. Iowa, visited Sunday at the Robert Clemens home and at. ended church hers. For many •ears Mr. Farrington was agent for he Rock Island at this point. Glen r arrington. a son. was married this iimmer and is employed as n news nmmentator at a Springfield II! radio station. Vera. a daughter, b teaching at Lawton. Quarton Tells of Trip to Britain W. B. Quarton addressed member of the Rotary club. Monday noon at the Hotel Algona. Riving them hi.« impression of a recent trip he made to the British Isles. Mr. Quarton was especially Impressed with the British Museum, and told of visits throughout the countryside which he made In an effort to learn about the people their way of living, and their thoughts from close contact with I them. There were a number of visitor nresent for the luncheon, and L. M Merritt, a new member, was intro dnced. Cossuth Cr»'mf v Dpened to Hunters Kossuth county will be one of a group of counties in Iowa. In which pheasant shooting will be legal, Nov. 12, 13 and 14. according to an announcement made by the Conservation Commission. Neighboring counties in which legal hunting will be allowed includes Humboldt. Winnebago, Hancock Emmet and Palo Alto. Shooting of pheasants will be per mitted fom noon to 5 p. ni. each day. Bag limit is set at three male birds per day for each person and a possession limit of six after the first day. Notice of Sale of Public Bonds Notice is hereby given that the Town of Whittemore. Iowa. will, on September 28. 1938. at 8:00 o'clock P m. at the Town Hall in Whittemore, Iowa, offer for sale Waterworks Bonds aggregating Two Thousand Five Hundred and No 100 Dollars /|2500.00> in amount, all to be dated October 1. 1938 nnd maturing as follows: $200.00 on October J. 1D39 $225.00 on October 1. 1940 $250.00 on October 1. 1941 to 1947. both inclusive $325.00 on October J. 1948 hearing four (4) per cent semi-annual interest. Sealed and open bids will be received as provided by law nnd bonds sold to the highest bidder for not less than par plus accrued interest. R. F. BRADY. *" 39 Mayor '<" «"np'e tailored lines nnd verging This Is the time to select your ANNIS fur eoat Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE— Brood sows. Thompson, phone 2CFJ2. -F. S 38« FOR SALE -80 acre farm 1> miles west of Lu Verne. —Fred Per gande. LuVerne. 3 g LOST--Male hog. 125 black. -Albert Gould, Burt. pounds 38> Special IGA Buys for Cooking SchooFDays Wednesday Thursday Get Your Cooking School Products at Our Store FOR SALE-Hampshlre broo.l sows for Sept. and curly Ott far- row. -Joseph A. Skow, Wesley 38' FOR SALB-- 22 Rood breedin- ewc.i and one buck. Phone 8 on >J7 Burt. .j s ; FOR SALE-Iowa early D31 hy corn. brid or open pollinated seed half price now-Alfrcd Carlisle \\hittemore. 38 ' FOR SALE-Used farm machinery. AUIs-Chalmers tractor; Ca.'ie CC tractor; Twin City tractor- "bottom. 14 inch Oliver plow' n- hottom John Deere plow; two •>bottom Grand Detour plows- 2-boT- toin John Deere plow: all priced to sell L. E. Hovey Implement C'o North Thorington St.. Algonn. IOWH.' FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING --Let me estimate that repair job for you.—Byron Stratton. Box 81 Alcona. 33 i , WANTED-Cornshelling. -John Loss. Phone <G, Algona. will furnish trucks. 3g , \\ANTED-Motorists who want more mileage on gas, and smoother working motor oil, to stop in at Jolm.son'a D-X Service Station. 38 WANTED-Housekeeper on farm. Write or inquire at this office. 38* WANTED-Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7. A gona. We pay all phone calls — Algona Rendering Co u t f WINDOW GLASS-Pricw lowest m years. Storm sashes fitted Labor St'ore rcasonable —Lusbys Drug __ o5~ t* FOH HALF: o n .- IM, fh.-vroi.-t truck, with box, in KOO.) condition i)n<- W.i Chevrolet io,-ich; rn.-iv >>•• purelm-.-.! for rno-tK.-.ge ;,s,';"iiM,l lliein. Knise-rsiossorn In.sijran.-t-! -'—.. A^eney AlKon.-i. Phone m. :>*\ I.OHT It HKKJ. LATCH SI f O KK ~T"h7y"7 ~ pietiir.-.l 111 Vonii.-. I'i.-torial Itesie- I'hotopl.-iy. Last-minut,. Mylt-.s pl< .OHif.jrt feature,, you'll ;,,].,re r , H|1 to Krcsen.sk y'.s '.. Miscellaneous KOI; KALI-: T»~o ~,,x/or,l ~ ra(Ils . Chi-.-.lcr White hoars. ii:uni: .S A C,a . rholrni iiu- Algona. la. ••'"It SAI.K GO Knotted p,,|,,,,, China hoars. al,o i-iuht white o.i, s C,oo,| one.-,. Anton Vamrnen. Hin* "''''" -M-V" New Fall Dresses Tl'.trr 1 !, ail adorubli- air about UU-M- neu fall ntyli--, Uwt iiuUu-» them irresistible. There',, a „ le. ti,,,, O f O ie ««<-r ht>l,-» at Tl,e (hrisrhiiie .Sl,,r.., in all new ,-«l,,r* aud umU-rials, that insure iour .-o..^,.^. ,, ilt i,f lu -tio,, Whether if, a .oft-top, JU..U,., ,, r UnilHxJ fr|M . k j find U,e drt-^ U,a! will bri n K out your ,!•«„,„. s, t - the,., "Ott. jVlitii your \iarJrulx- tuday. $7-95 to $17*95 The Chrischilles Store KKK THE new ToaMmaster Hns pitality trays. toaM and jarn trays and automatic waffle-irons al I'ratt rJectnr. .,, ( '01,11 \VAV'KAHE'A 17' rha"t means your motor riteds tin- ri^ht oil and winter i'rease ^,. ( , f-. irr ,,|| Johnson, at the I) X Station ' :';* LET US VUIX^ANIZE tho.e broken Urea and tubes. All work guaranteed Sampson Tire Servict. 6-»f DROP IN at SampHon'H Tire Ser- vx e when in need o/ a used tire or tube ' 6-tf !•'"!; KK.VI' Two heated office 5 looms ,,v,r Moo & Kjo K ren .store ' an he rented as a suite or ht-piirate > Hazard * I'elerson Imjuire rtlKon.-t Upper I >et, Moine.s office. '.V, Wanted I AM milking loii« time f ; ,7m loans at «','; interest with no stuck to buy and no red tape M K Ha K Kiird. Algona. 38-4V lOlbs. 49c Matches __ 6 boxes 19c No. 2 can Mixed vegetables 3—25c Gold .Medal Flour ___49 lb. bag $1.59 Graham Crackers 2 lb. box 19c F^esh Rtarshmallow 2 Ibs. 25c Pineapple 8 oz can 3-25c Rinso lg pkg. 19c •^••H Fre«K Fruits & Vegetables fokay Grapes .2 Ibs 15c 'otatoes pk. 21c Jelery well bleached 15c Lettuce, large 2 for 17o Prunes __ 16 lb. lug 65c Jonathan Apples 5 lb 25c Goo«l Size Grapefruit 5 for 25c Alcdium SU<» Oranges 2 doz. 25c —••^•-^MB Quality Meats Fancy Round or Swiss Steak __lb. Bacon Squares lb. _ Cheese __2 lb. box 45c Choice Rib Boil lb. ll^c Piire Lard __2 Ibs. 21c Minced B;ain __lb. 15c Ground Beef. _2 Ibs. 25c Beef Roast lb. 17c HOOD^S I. G. A. STORE Phone 420-421 \\V Deliver VVVVWArVirtrVVVVVA ? Announcing Our New Location Where We Will Continue as DISTRIBUTOR FOR now open. Here's an opportunity lor an ambitious man with cur to aU-p into a .steady dependable bu»i iiei.i enterprise of his own (Jood turnings riylit from start. Nu ex- prit-int- or capital necessary. Write 'or full particulars to Dr. Ward's Medical Co., Uux E. J , Wiji.mu Mmn. 3S) . •S. Products ^ V I'ave t«k..|i ovc-r part of the modern i.i i k h.nldiny• ;,|.s,, housing the Jiuir-k sales room II '<•«'' Ul11 liandlc a complete line of V. S. nc.-, naileries and A< <'<l<iipped to handle ear IV|luir w ° rk an<l bat - sh 0J). •MM J«KKJ> will he in rhai-ge of our repair Meyer's Service <'"'•"<•'• «tate ai U lJ» M ,, 8 Phone 80 * ^^^^^^^^^^ Amdahl-Gipner Ritet, We«t Bend West Bend: Miss Dorothy Amdahl and Kenneth R. Oipner were united In marriage thursday morning, at the Ltithran church, in West Bend, by Rev. B. J. Otto. The bride was attended by her sister, Janice as bridesmaid and the groom by his brother, Jack. Miss Ruth Amdahl, sister of the bride sang "Because" during the ceremony with Mrs. Kathryn Grippen at the piano. A wedding dinsjr was served at .he home of Mrs. Sam Banwart. The happy couple left soon after on a vedding trip. The bride Is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.\ Amdahl. N Will Open New Store Swea City: Vernon D. Larson will open his new Gamble store for husl- ness next Friday. The store is located In the John S. Nelson building formerly used as a bakery. The place is being newly painted and remodeled. Oeorgs Biggins HI Titonka: George Hlgrglns has bee ulte sick for the past week suffer ing from a heart attack which be gan on Thursday evening previous He Is improving at this time. Mr Higglns has been ill and M patlen at the Veterans' hofpltaf ln ; -t)e Molnes at various times, having re turned in April following treatmen for stomach ulcers. Taxes Due Oct. 1 Second half taxes will be delin quent, Oct. 1st, M. J. Duffy, county treasurer, pointed out Monday. Penalty will attach after that time, he added. Urch Sells House The bungalow owned by Irving Urch on South Minresota, was sold this week to Edward Blumer of Lu- Verne. Occupancy Is scheduled for the fore part of October. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. Here's What You Expect From The Coal You Buy —Lots of Heat —Little Soot —Little Ash —Low Cest You get all of these qualities in our BLUE STAB SUPERIOR BLOOK We sold hundreds of tons of this coal last winter and most of it was on repeat orders to satisfied customers. Take our word for the quality of this eoal to the extent of a trial load next time you need ••OH] and we promise you that you will never re- A car of this splendid coal fresh mined is here this week ready for cold weather work. F. S. Norton & Son Algona, Iowa Riddle at f ayette Clarence and Darrell Riddle have registered at Upper Iowa University at Fayette. Clarence is a freshman and Darrell 18 a junior. Cooki tool Wednesday and Thursday Jack Sprat Pumpkin Two No. 2£ cans 25c Phone 846 Brown Sugar 2 Ibs. 13c Jack Sprat Oats Ige. pkg. 16c Calumet Baking Powder! Ilb.canl9c I Navy Beans 4 Ibs. 19c Chocolate Cream Coffee 1 lb. 29c Matches carton 17c Boiling Beef 21U.25c We handle Quaker Gate, Spry, Anderson's Jack Sprat Grocery BARGAINS AHEAD ( s ?ord Dealers' "'Clear the Decks" Used Car Sa»e is your big opportunity to get that better used car at a saving. Price, or* down to rock-bottom. Th.r.'i a big .election of car«focnoo,e from. Many make,. Many model.. All great valoe.J Opportunity, like thl. Ford Dealer.- "Clear the Deck. Sale don't happen often. Take advantage of thl. big clearance .ale today I 1937 Ford "60" Tudor, Blue low mileage, good tires, looks ;md runs like jievv. $T7C HA Down payment 1 IJ.UU 1937 Ford "60" Tudor, Black New tires, motor good — looks and nniH like new. $1£A Aft Down payment lOw.UU 1937 Ford "86" Tudor, Black new tires, low mileage, $inC AA like new. Down payment »«'«J.UU 1937 Ford "85" Tudor, Black flood tires and motor, clean inside and out. A real bar- $1CA ftft pain. Down payment _ *vU.UU 1936 Ford Fordor Sedan, Blue Completely reconditioned, new tires. Paint like new $1CA Aft Wy.UU Down payment <-ome. in and see these Bargains, quickly. Perhaps your present ear EASY TERMB ON BALANCE 1936 Ford Fordor Sedan, Black Completely reconditioned, good tires, paint like new. A $19C AA real bargain. Payment *w.UU 1936 Ford Tudor, Black U'ith radio and heater, good a* new throughout. $1Cfl AA Down payment IdU.UU 1936 Ford Fordor Motor and tires like new. Body and upholstery extra $1OP AA good. Down payment __ *«*«MAJ CHEAP CARS 1929 Chevrolet Coach $50 1928 Chevrolet Sedan ____"~_$35 1927 Chevrolet Sedan _^ $50 1926 Chevrolet Touring $25 1929 Ford Tudor _______"'" $90 1930 Ford Fordor ~~~~"$85 THEY ARE PRICED TO MOVE will make the down Sales CO. Service

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