The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1938 · Page 11
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BULLDOGS LOSE 24-19 IN FIRST EM Late Rally firings Algona {Close to Victory; ttfce Throw Misses Almost 'Margin of Loss As In their opener, Algona's high school cagers rallied furtously in the closing minutes of the game but they had too big a margin to overcome and lost 19 to 24 to Webster City high school In the first conference game In the Algona gym, Friday night Tuesday night Algona plays Oil- more City there. The Webster City game was In some respects a duplicate of the Bulldogs' first game with Emmetsburg. In the first half Algona's opponents were very successful In scoring on tlp-ln shots after setting up plays under the basket. 1 Force Long Shots Just as in the Emmetsburg en- £?»J1 ,? . thc .. sm<ul B «'Wog» were stopped In their attempt to work scoring plays from short range and not until shortage of time forced jri- m u = u , t , Io °* 6 tfoIA lon « t^nge 211* e , Bu " d0 * 8 tegin to threaten l^f'^^lll^h^h^ver, Igotra Sfpper Jie* JWome* S.D. MANAGER OF AIRPORT SPEAKS , TO C. OF C. HERE Groups Also Give Endorsement to New Municipal Building at Open Session, Friday Air P<>rt ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER Section Two. VOL. .m—NOTSO Expanding Air Systems to Almost Meet, Cross Here « L » through were bounc- ° tt U>e rim as the local squad had tough luck In Its shooting. OTnd* "iST* m * n , a PP««ed to be bettor shots 2tiE» u''°PP oa ents, however, for USS? f ht P? local cagers had to do -i 0 ' l hefr sh <*°tlng from way out on the floor, they sank nine field ?$£*' £"*? 9 n f le " than Webster C j ty ; J 8 "* wlul * toe Bulldogs missed eight out of nine free throws the Lynx connected with four out of seven,, which gave them most of their margin of victory. Ades and Seger of Webster City l!2 » n 8corIn K with eight and seven points respectively. Michel and Jim Neville each scored six for Algona from a considerable distance. A three-point program of civic improvement was discussed and one, "•- construction of a municipal the all Webster City's defense, pulled In close to stop plays, invited pot shots from just beyond the foul circle which the Bulldogs seemed reluctant to try. Team Is Improved Algona looked a little slow In getting the ball down the floor and were confused by the Lynx block- Ing plays especially down the center. The Bulldogs showed improvement during the game In that phase, however, and with good ball handling and shooting ought to gain effectiveness rapidly as they get more experience. niSKV 9 * ^ P0fT 5 Michel f '3 A Schultz c o o Long g _..„ 'j ! Neville g 3 0 Hicks c 0 0 Lund g ".."..'."'.O 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 Totals g 3 19 Webstw? City (24) Fg Ft Pf Tp Ross f _ i oi A ^es f ...4 01 Boeyec o 121 Seger g 3 j. 0 7 Burnett g 2126 Brandt 0101 Maxson „ 0 010 Clave _ _...o 000 Johnaon 0 0 1 o Warneke o 000 i ._ _. ~ "» w •*! V*A41V>lLJai building, was endorsed one hundred per cent, at the Algona Chamber of Commerce meeting, Friday night at the Legion hall. About 40 members of the organization were present The organization took the following action on the following matters: 1—unanimously endorsed the Idea of a municipal building. 2—Discussed briefly, did hot vote on, but expressed sentiment favorable to construction of a municipal band shell. *—Heard a talk on, and discussed the possibility of a municpial air port Following the meeting the members were guests of N. C. Rice at the Call theatre. Council Members Present J. F. Overmyer, William Hawcott Frank Kohlhaas and Alwln Huenhold of the city council, .and Mayor Carl Specht were present at the meeting. Chamber members, after a discussion of possible locations, and ways of obtaining federal funds to aid in the construction, then agreed unanimously that a civic building would be a very welcome asset to the community, and thereupon turned the matter over to the council for further consideration! .With regard to the band shell, a district PWA director stated that that organization was awaiting only the final architects plans for a band-shell, before determining what federal aid for same could be given. The matter was discussed very briefly. * Air Expert Speaker William Obele, of Pierre, S. D., °»t!? t( £, of an aeron autlcal school at the Pierre airport, then outlined the possibilities of an airport for Algona, and what it might mean to the community. Ha pointed out ' ere iast he wer ° U * BUmer ° f th!n *" that an airport 6 %£« Pl ?* e ', y< "i have severaj wonderful locations for an airport, where the land Is naturally suited to a flwing field ' ™ 1 hald - T" 18 hal ? dy - T" 18 state does no* have t present large enough for proper handl- t WMt planes> wlth three airlines schedued to soon be Vrur t T aln ' A1 « OM can become'an Important he growln * , air llne system of the United StatesT n a f r % n °J m P° rt a^ he pointed out, but what most of all is adequate ground. The Civil Aeronautical Authority of Washington, D. C, a federal branch we°I fleS e ?h a /T rt f df 1 ve , IOpment ' and When communUies^nsoTa hvfh «f^w toelr ™1 ulreme nts, the Authority usually aids It mU ?».nm J l8 |T» ent ? f air expansion developments and pick-up mall facilities that put an airport on its feet. 1 mana * ed airports, he also said, do not prove a financial con T 4 , un ' t y' but after establishment become an asset flff'TI 1 fleld « already being municipally operated, where profits were being made yearly, at the present time. tt.. S?J!if Omp *? y ' i1 i?.* t f ted> a * reed to erect an assembly plant In the,mlddle west, at the first field which met certain requirements The Chamber of Commerce has the name of that company ' Airports meeting government requirements also bring additional payrolls to a community, he pointed out Airlines using the field have ground crews stationed at the ports, radio men, beacon men, and the government usually establishes a weather station with a man In charge. Mr. Obele, a World war aviator, was of the opinion that with no great expense an air field with the best dimensions in the state cou d be established here, that would act as a feeder to east-west routes from Des Moines and the Twin Cities, and also would be a «H°^i "£ t 01 ?, Sloux JF'ty-Twta City, and St Louis-Des Molnes and Twin City lines. Extension of a line across Lake Michigan, which now ends In Wisconsin, on to Sioux Falls, a D., Is also being considered, and If the extension was made, planes would cross northern Iowa, making Algona a natural stop If the city had an adequate landing field. A Chamber of Commerce committee was being selected to work on the project, Major Leslie Saul stated Monday. Total L...O 4 8 24 Lightweight Mat Artiste Win, But Team Loses, 30-18 Algona's wrestling team staged an exciting meet with Mason City after the basketball game Friday night and even though It lost 30 to 18, provided the large crowd of spectators who remained after the basketball game, with a great deal ot entertainment. Highlights of the meet were the victories of the Bulldog team captain, Jerome Nellsen at 110 pounds and the 85 pound mite Orvllle Bakken. Nellsen won on a decision over Walter, who went to the state tournament last year. Orvllle Bakken, winner of his dlv- , islon in the ivltatlonal tournament at Eagle Grove, won handily from Andon of Mason City. On the showing of the lighter wrestlers Algona led in team scoring most of the way but the heavier Bulldog grap- that the government is encouraging good, first class fields, and that there Is a location within five miles of the Algona postofflce that would provide this community with the finest airport In the State of Iowa, bar none. "The government and transport pilots are interested in the size and condition of the field, not with the buildings that surround it, he polnt- ea out. At present two airlines from Minneapolis to Des Molnes and Minneapolis to Sioux City, cross over parts of Kossuth, and a proposed third route from the Twin Cities to St. Louis via Des Moines would also come near here. Would Require Bond Issue Construction of a municipal airport would require a bond Issue to be approved by the voters, councilmen said. At the KoMuth American Legion and Auxiliary meeting, held at Burt last Thursday evening, some 120 members present went on record as favoring »uch a project A committee consisting of «. S. McWhorter, Burt, Luther Rllller, Tltonka, and Maurice Bartholomew, Algona, wait named to represent the Legion In the matter. After discussion. led by President A. E. Krcsensky and Secretary Saul, the matter was loft In hands of the Chamber of Commerce board of directors. TRIANGLE FIGHT IN PIN LEAGUE . After being bunched, in an ever- f'htrrf ni 1* arrav during the flrbt third of the race, bowling teams In the local league appear to be spread- Ing out somewhat for the remainder of the campaign. Three teams, Silver Gray, Tltonka and Botsford occupying at present the first three h«t? i* ,V h , ttt ° rder seem to be toe best in the league and one of them final winner, ™ . just below the top trio, each with the same percentage .845. The once nroud champions, the Court House Rats, are not as potent as formerly and look to be out of the race Tltonka slipped from a tie for first P f. ce 'ast week by losing one game 2«t ofr f hrco to Iow 'y Bart while *n,Tn » r / V J W ? pt lts threo and Botsford. In third place, alitt)e on ' he TJ*« Qnd Titonk a will roll a m ? tch thlfl Thursday. also has did Delinquent Tax Sale January 9th Postponement of the delinquent tax sale from Dec. 5th to January Oth, was announced last week by County Treasurer M. J. Duffy. The sale will be held from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. on that date. At the same time, Treasurer Duffy pointed out the regulations regarding purchase of 1939 automobile licenses. About 700 licenses already have been issued. There r «?n tot ^ of f- 276 "<»«»«» iwued 1938, of which 7,210 were for pleasure cars and 1,066 for trucks. The last of January Is the dead- Ine for 1939 auto licenses without penalty. , ACADEMY TEAM WINS & LOSES Beat Emmetsburg Quint On Friday, Then Lose To Bancroft Oagers St Cecelia Academy's quintet broke even In Its first two games of the season played over the week end. In the opener against Emmetsburg Academy, Friday night, poach Joe Kelly's men won 23 to IB but Sunday afternoon lost by the inusual score of 12 to 10 to St iphn's Academy of Bancroft The Bancroft game was played as a part of the dedication of the new gym in he North Kossuth town. In the two games St Cecelia's displayed a tight defense and a mooth but not high-scoring offense. In the Emmetsburg game both cored seven points In the first eriod but In the second the Algona earn counted ten while limiting St. Mary's to four. St. Cecelia's attack lowed up In the second half netting nly six points, but St Mary's was eld to four. Nelson was high poin nan In the game, scoring 11 points Hargreaves' floor game stood out Bancroft Wins, 12-10 The Bancroft game was a nurelv fensive battle. Kelly's cagers stop ed the Bancroft attack with a tight one defense but In turn could not penetrate St John's man to guarding. A capacity crowd saw Algona lead ?„ ,°n 4 . a A. h ^ Mlme only to lose 12 to 10 at the final gun. Johnson and Nurre, each with six points scored ?" °' Bancroft total, while Elbert Kajewskl, Bode, and Hargreaves did Algona's scoring. Friday night Algona goes to Fort Dodge to meet Corpus Christ! Academy and Sunday will play Sacred Heart of Pocahontas. Box Score St. Cecelia's (23) p fi Nelson j? Elbert ? } Kajewski "Z"Z" J £ Courtney j « Hargreaves Z! o o Bode 2 o Lamuth \ 0 Q Swea City Leads State Line League Swea City: At the game at Bur Tuesday night the score was Bun 13, Swea City 22 for the first team. The league standings up to Dec 10 are as follows. Won Lost Pet. Swea City 4 0 1.000 5J"Ksted 3 x ?50 Thompson 2 -2 800 Ledyard 2 2 .600 Bur t 1 2 .250 Armstrong 0 4 .000 The score for the Junior high game was Burt 10 and Swea City 17. At the game at Armstrong Friday night Armstrong scored 16 and Swea City 31. In the game with the second team Armstrong won 21 and Swea City 40 points. In this game Rudolph Lundquist was outstanding. A game with Wesley tonight at Swea Is expected to be stlfl competition. Ft Totals 10 't5> Fe Stork Flaherty ZiZZZZTl 0 Jtfelbauer >..,„.„/... •","""""« 1 . Kress ............" 2 Totals T 0 3 Lu Verne Wins 4 of 5 Basketball Games LuVerne: The basketball teams Journeyed to Wlhttemore last week Tuesday evening and both teams came back with victories, the girls' score being 25 to 18 and the boys' JV'r , 0n Frlday ev enlng they met the Livermore teams at Livermore, Livermore playing their first game lost to the LuVerne girls 31 to 8. In the boys' second team game the locals lost 18 to 5 but the first team won 35 to 23. The Llvermore and LuVerne boys have been rivals for years and it was a happy team and coach as well as a happy group of fans when the final whistle was blown Friday evening Burdette Agard, Algona, was ref- uv. . Mm. Fred Timm spent Friday In Mason St. Cecelia's (10) Fg Ft Pf Nelson 0B 0 ., Elbert , I o o Sajewskl i Q Courtney .ZZ"""!o 0 ffargrcaves i Q Bode 0 Totals "3" St. John's (12) FB Nurre V Devtne ". 0 Johnson'•.-..•../.•..v.. ;,...!.Z~a Devlne ."....' A 48 Ft Pf o f X i 5 0 ? 0 2 Totals up to the par set piers were not by the others. Match results: Bakken (A) d, Andon (MC) fall; McCorkle (A) d Goeders (MC) fall; Kavars (MC) d Altwegg A), fall; Nielsen (A) d Walter (MC) decision; Mott (MC) d, Deal A), fall; Qeilenfeldt (A) d, Johnson (MC) fail; H. O'Brien (MC) d, Holdren (A) fall; S. O*- Srien (MC) d, Samp (A) fall; Anderson (MC) d, Ehrhardt (A) fall; Slgmund (MC) d, Conklln (A) fall. 8 Farewell Party at St. Joe For Becker St Joe: A surprise farewell party was given last Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Belkcr, Sr.. at their farm home south of St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Becker will move into their new home at St. Joe which Is nearly completed. ,, , Wednes- r-h- u Mo n d ay night the Jun- m « r\»r , er °* Co| nmerce was to w™ ^ e H Ie ? , Tuea **y 'he Court ? MI V?4. take on Burt and Friday Njck's Shine and LuVerne bowl The Standings ^erGray W2 7 <T *£ 25Sa":...r 5 J° r Wealey .... j| J* •£ Nick's Shine ..Z."ZZ.'» 15 s Farmers .... 1R ,« « C. H. Rats .. IZ 'If 20 1 c. of c. js ;? •* Burt *! f. -3 LuVerne ........ ; g « | Wesley Girl Holds Student Editorship Wesley: Miss Fidelia Skow the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C Skow TsTn ? dlt °J: rof ^e Lutheraa Student* u?. n MeS! *nger. This paper is mulshed by Waldorf College students six times each year. Miss Skow a also vice president of the Wal- Miss Marietta Huber is assisting at the Lloyd Bartlett home since the arrival of the new son. Mrs. j a y Godden,>, Mrs. Oscar Patterson and daughter. Mary Lou attended the Lone Rock church bazaar laat Thursday. topnfr. Zuraach drove to Fort Dodge Tuesday on business. po To Algona To Buy Right You may not see me every day but if you look in the AJgona storas y ° u wUI find th« Christmas merchandise that makes my heart very nappy. Algona merchant* know now to please me—and you too Their Christmas stock it, tte flne« I have ever seen; no matter what you want, you'll find it in-Algona. They tell me tiiat Algona la the mo«t Christnwwy City in the state— and I know from past experience that you'll find It Unit way, too GIFT Jolly NEW house frocks that radiate holiday cheer. Smartly styled, well tailored, crisply trimmed—they'll make the nicest sort of gifts for yourself—your sister, mother! Smart NEW Styles 1.98-2.98-3.98 ( / u > r » young, house- frocks . . . pretty in the parlor—practical in the pantry. Shirred dirndl, princess, coat and wrap styles . . . all with deep hems, 'firm seams, smart belts. Scoop them up tor yourself—for jjifts. Vivid prints. Colorfast 14 to 44 Marie Dressier (large sizes) 1.98, 2.98, 3.98 The Chrischilles Store Leona Borchardt Named New Head Of Fenton Group Fenton: The Fenton Wnlthcr League met Thursday evening In the church basement The topic for the evening was "You and Your Personal Life, Your Recreation,' which was explained to the group by their pastor, Rev. Kabelitz. In the business meeting it was de- Jlded to send $5 to Valparaiso Unlv- era ty The losing side of a contest will give the winning side a Christmas party which will be the 29th of December. Election of officers also f .ook place. The following are the new officers: pros dent, Leona Borchardt; vice (resident, Ruth Kabelitz; secretary sjlna Ruhnke; treasurer, Lorena nS£r r «F or , ter ' Ka thryn Ohm; Ibrarlan, Ervin Borchardt; Chrlstl Ian service, Ena Rhunke and Christ- Ian knowledge, Alvlna Dreyer Tho new leaders are Kathryn Ohm and Vedalla Klatt. Refreshments committee consists of Edna Elmers and Luella Miller, the entertainment committee Carroll Willrett and Howard Schulte. Entertainment for the evening was furnished by Valarlan Jentz and Evelyn Elmers. Lunch was served by Esther Blerstedt and Howard Schulte. Lotts Creek Woman 111 in Hospital Lotts Creek: Mrs. Emll Blerstedt of Fenton and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Fnulatich Of here accompanied Mr and Mrs. Otto Bell of Whtltemoro to Rochester, Minn., where they visited Mrs. Wm. Roeber who is a patient In St. Marys hospital. $QC aD CHRISTMAS OFFERINGS VALUES AT A PRICE 1930 CHEVROLET COAJCH in good sliape _______ 1936 POED 2-DOOR, Heater and defroster _ 1935 PONTIAC SIX DELUXE S~EDAN $9OC beater and defroster _ «Kf D 1935 BUIOK SEDAN; $nnc heater and defroster ___ $fU 1936 PONTIAC 6 DELX 2-Do6I SEDAN A OC heater and defroster __ WJ 1936 BUICK SEDAN, ..... heater and defroster 1936 BUICK DELUXE 2-DR~SEDAN" heater and defroster __ _ 1936 PONTIAC 8 DELUXE SEDAN radio, heater and defroster 1937 OLDS 8 DELUXE SEDAN^ six wheels, radio, heater, defroster 1937 OLDS 6 DELUXE SEDAN, radio, heater and defroster _____ $ 579 *539 $ 775 $ 669 LIBERAL TERMS AND TRADES IIIIU M - OLSON CO. ypl East State Street Algona, Iowa ON THE SENTIMENTAL SIDE The Gift Store Supreme ctrTsUill es — -*•»»- «—ax^B ^-^r^r Your Christmas Shopping Guide The name of Chrischilles on a Christen* package is the equivalent to the word "sterling on silver-it signifies quality, worth in- iiiiteHi value. An artir-le purchased at this >re has an extra meanin K -it has been i«-ht tor yon with the critical eye of an experienced buyer—an expert. Mt -n'u- ,,H!,!!. U ' a -i ! ui nion ' il * ^ u '' s<1 "''' s f iuie tlmn «ll .Ul\ ntfjei. \\ ],(•.„ vou j, m ,., ( 'l,,.j stnias j ft yen want y.mr friends and l,, V ed ones to udJo you |,y that tfift. If must he a mialifv .rift- it must bear that hidden word "sterlin-"- nieanin»- precious. The riinschiJlos .Stnre is m ,w Al-o,,a's ex«• usive hiffli tfradc deimrtinciir store- pie,.,, (roods—from infants to women's ap- paiej, from "soup tn nuts", so to speak. Kemeinher thes,- f :R -ts when you buy vour Um.stJiws tfifts this year. We. wrap vour pres- «-nt with that individual -touch" f which further ideutihV* it as a QUALITY ITEM This is your rompleh'. SUPREME GIFT STORP —tin- ONE COMPLETE QUALITY DP PA KTMENT STOREIN ALGONA.

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