Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1933 · Page 4
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f»AQE FOUR TOWN TEAM DOWNS SAC CITY ELEVEN 24-0 HERE SUNDAY Retrieving, in a measure, local disappointment over the high school team's performance at .Estherville Saturday, the Algona Independent football squad walked all over the Sac City Firemen, 24-0, Sunday afternoon before a small crowd at Athletic park. The Sacs were handicapped -through having lost their regular -center, and two of AQgona's touchdowns resulted from poor passes from the visitors' center. One of the Sac City regulars was forced out of the game with a broken -nose. In the first quarter the Algon- ians worked the ball to the Sac 8 ywd line, but it was lost there on « fumble as the quarter ended. On -tlie opening play, of the seconc quarter a 'bad pass was muffed b) -Sac City, and Algona recovered be hind goal for a touchdown. A few minutes Jater the trick was repeated when the ball was on *he 20-yd. line in Sao City's pos •esion. Sac City was preparing to fiunt but the center tossed the bal over the kicker's head, and Algona again recovered behind goal for a second touchdown. In the third quarter Algona made several successful passes, one 01 •which was grabbed for a 20-yd xun for a touchdown. In the final •quarter another series of passes took the ball to the Sac 3-yd. line where it was plunged over. Two pAace kicks, a pass, and a xlropkick failed to make extra .points in the four touchdowns. Neither team was able to make downs through the line, both of which -Jrold gains, to a yard or so and often "threw the opposing ball-carrier for losses. . KQBflttttt CQtWTY ADVANCIS, ALQQNA, 1QWA Oklahoma Journalism Head Scans Edition of the Advance 3rd Short Course for Doctors Held The third session of a 10-week TOedical, pediatric, and obstetrical .post-graduate short course for Northwest Iowa doctors was held at the high school building Monday night. Some 60 doctors from Kossuth end surrounding counties are attending. They meet every Monday a-t 5 p. m. for two hours of -lectures, then adjourn an hour for supper at the Algona hotel, returning at 8 for another two hours. The course is conducted by instructors from the medical college at Iowa City. A local doctor explains that pediatrics, which many people erroneously assume refers to .the feet, is concerned with children's diseases. Ex-Mayor at Fort Dodge Fined Here One of the motorists caught in ~the recent campaign against drivers who fail to observe stop signs •was C. V. Findley, Fort Dodge, who was stopped after he passed a stop notice at the Nos. 18-169 intersection Just north of Algona and was notified to report to Justice White. He appeared and without complaint paid a dollar fine plus a dollar coats. Complaint was filed by H. O. Brown, state inspector from Estherville. Mr. Findley was for ten years mayor of Fort Dodge. -**- Skateless Sundays Decreed at Fenton Fenton. Oct. 10—At a meeting of the town council last week Monday night action was taken against Sundav skating in Legion pavilion. The pavilion is open for skating two nights a week. Community sentiment was that Sunday skating interfered with church activities of young people. The council also took action to enforce the closing of local beer parlors from 12 Saturday night till Monday morning. Blacksmith Shop JJeojH>ned. Irvington, Oct. 10—P. V. Mathi«on, Algona reopened the old David Blythe blacksmith shop. He will continue to live at Algona, driv- JBg to and from his work. He formerly worked at the AVest End blacksmith shop, Algona. Irvington had teen without a blacksmith •since Loren Rutledge left several weeks ago. By John H. Casey, Head of School of Journalism, University of Oklahoma. ' A few days ago I halfway promised you a criticism of the Advance as a newspaper — at your request, of course. But, on looking over copies of the papers you sent me, I find it too good to criticize. •I like the farm field notes. The way you handle country correspondence is practically perfection, making allowance for a bit of human nature in the correspondents, of course, I enjoyed reading the "Colyum" by Allen, and the local editorials with pertinent matter clipped from editorial pages of exchanges is of high quality. But why play down your editorial page material the way you do? Why not emphasibe it and display It typographically for what it is worth? There must be a case of false modesty in your newspaper somewhete. ' •; ' Your society news is good, what there is of It, but you are only skimming the surface, merely tapping a good source of news In a small way. See the Knoxville Express for possibilities along that line — yet Knoxville Is not a larger town, nor a more social one, if I have my statistics right. The names of the' editor and publisher and of the managing editor should invariably appear . In the editorial flag. Tho coverage of major news is excellently done. You don't need to take these criticisms seriously, but you asked for them and I promised to come through, so there«you . are. ' ' STAR MAIL ROUTE TO MJJROPPED For some time there have been two star mail routes west out of Mason City on No. 18. One was a through route to Algona; the other, from 'Emmetsburg to Mason City, was broken at Britt, the halves served by different carriers. The through route has now been discontinued, which lets out of a lob Everett L. Harris, former Kossuth deputy sheriff who moved to Clear Lake when he became carrier a few months ago. On the divided route the section from Mason City to Britt 'has Just jeen let to Walter C. Post, Clear L,ake, former Algonian, brother of H. W. Post, Algona. He leaves 'Mason City at 12:30 p. m. and reaches Britt at 2:30. There he connects with the carrier from Britt to Em- j metsburg, who is an Emmetsburg man, and gets back to Mason City at 5 o'clock. This gives convenient service for mail west, not so good for mail east, for the Emmetsburg carrier goes through Algona at 8:30 in the morning, returning at 3 in the af- ernoo. Fall Festival is Held at West Bend West Bend, Oct. 11—West Bend's annual fall festival is taking place oday. Milo Reno, :Des Moines, 'Far- ners' Union leader, gave one of his characteristic adresses- this morn- ng. The advertising announced a baseball game this afternoon between Whittemore and St. Joe and a kittenball game between Algona and West Bend. A tug of war between teams captained by Simeon Hinton and Benj. Gerber is plan- ied, and there will be street sports. 'rank French, Renwick, and Joe Dusek, Omaha, are billed for a vrestling match under "Texas" ules. Ledyard Tossers Winners. Ledyard, Oct. 10—Ledyard horse, -shoe players played off a recent tie l a ,!?tr th / rost ' Minn - at Blwo» Ja&t Thursday and won, 770 to 697, ^flfi local players were: Walter ±«fiae, Edw. Halvorson, Armin -Soaulte, Palmer and Russell Cas- J^£, Rrvin Johnson, Jesse O'Keefe, «nd Fred Munjar. — ••"•"• »——A. Wesley Legion Elects. Wesley, Oct. 10—-The -Legion post met last week Wednesday evening -and elected officers: Commander, Jos. Matern; vice, R. C. Bauer; adjutant, L. 'Rosenmeyer; finance officer, Lester Lease; chaplain, Chas. TJhlenhake; historian, Edward Mon- Vew Doctor Opens Office at Fenton Fenton, Oct. 10—Dr. James Mueler, Detroit, Mich., has rented office ooms in the Fenton State bank juilding which are being made eady for occupancy. He is a ,mar- ied man and will rent rooms for ight housekeeping. Doctor Mueller is a graduate of the college of medicine at Iowa City, and he comes here from the Highland general hospital, Detroit, where he has been interne. It has been some years since Fenton has had a doctor of the regular school. New M'Donald V-8 Damaged in Crash TWO BIRTHDAY PARTIES HONOR FENTON WOMAN Fenton, Oct. 10— Mrs. C. F. Wegener was given a birthday surprise Friday night by relatives. The evening was spent at 500. W. V. Yager winning the high score, and E. K. Johnson consolation. Attending: Messrs, and Mesdames Everett Dreyer, W. V. Yager, E. K. Johnson, Melvin Mansager, Amos Finnestad, William ^Donahue Jr., and Florence Gremmels, William Jentz, and (Blanche Mayer. Refreshments were brought by the guests. Saturday afternoon another surprise party was held at Mrs. Wegener's for both her and Mrs. Herman Bonn, and attending were Mrs. H. E. Reimers, Mrs. W. C. Stamer, Mrs. F. H. Bolm, daughter Mary Ann, Dorothy Gerhard, her children, Mrs. W. V. Yager, Mrs. E. K. Johnson, iher children, Mrs. Amos Finnestad, and her children. Lunch was served by the guests. Whittemore'* H. S. Pupils Have Party Whittemore, Oct. freshmen in this 10 — The 13 year's public school class, the sophomores, the seniors, and the faculty were entertained by the Juniors last week Tuesday evening in the H. S. gymnasium. There were -many pranks at the expense of the freshmen, after which lunch was served. A feature of the evening was a treasure hunt, the treasure being a hidden sack of chocolates which was found by John Fish. WEST BEND'S BANK TO CHANGE HANDS West Bend was taken by pained surprise three'weetts"ago, when'it became known that the Iowa State bank—the name is the same as that of the Algona State bank, but the two institutions are not connected—contemplated going out of business. This is one of the new banks, and it has been so well managed that it was one of the first banks in Iowa to be released from all restrictions after last spring's banking holiday. From the standpoint of soundness there is no reason why it should liquidate. The bank has liquid assets enough to pay all depositors in ' ill. It turns out that other considerations brought about the decision. Fred J. Figge, the president, lives at Ossian and felt that he wae too far away to exercise adequate supervision. The cashier, E. H. Klisart, apparently has a more desirable opportunity. '•'When'the'jfews got - about a movement to buy the bank and keep it running was undertaken. This, was successful,-:and control" has passed to local persons, chief among whom are W. H. Daubendiek and A. J. Jensen. Mr. Daubendiek has all along been a director. Mr. Figge and Mr. Klisart have consented to retain ownership of enough shares to remain members of the board of directors and Mr., Klisnrt will continue as cashier full. for thj next three months. A special meeting of the stockholders has been called for October 14 to reduce the bank's capital from $25,000 to $15,000. NEW RRICK HOUSE IS BUILT ON S, JONES ST. Contractor George Miller is building a new brick house for I. A. Seaman, of the Algona creamery on South Jones. It will be 'two stories high, with full basement, seven rooms, and bath. Mr. and Mrs. Seaman -now reside in a new house they built a year or so ago, but expect to occupy the brick dwelling when it is completed. The new house occupies a large lot 4 by 8 rods in size, and it is located in the 600 ,b!ock in which four other new homes have been erected in the last five years. Two of the others were built by H. Johannsen Sr., and one of them he occupies. The other was purchased by 'Ralph Harbert. Another home in the block was built and occupied by Anton Did- •riksen, Advance foreman, and the fourth, built by Harry Wilson is now occupied by the E. C. MoMa- hons. The home which is being 'built by the Seamans is the only .brick house on Jones street south ' of the Win. C. Steele house. __i*... .•. Bancroft Couple Wed Tuesday At St. John's Church Bancroft, Oct. 10—^Geneva Delperdang and Raymond Kollasch were married at St. John's Catholic church here Tuesday by the «ev. J. H. Schultes, pastor. The bride was attended by her sister Dorothy, and Mr. Kollasch by his cousin, Harold Kollasch. The new Mrs. Kollasch, who is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. •Leo Kollasch, wore a white satin gown of ankle length, with silk veil, and carried a bouquet of pink roses. The bridesmaid wore green crepe, ankle length, with accessories to match, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. The couple left for a week's honeymoon at St. Paul, after which they will be at home on a farm near Bancroft. (Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served at the hofne of the.bride's parents., . ,.„.,. Y, P, RALLY PLANNED AT LU VERNE SUNDAY Lu Verne, Oct. 10—-A rally of young people of the Presbyterian churches of the north half of the Fort Dodge Presbytery will be held at Lu Verne this week Friday night and Saturday morning. A banquet will be served at the city hall Friday evening at 6:30, with a toast program based on Century of Prog- gress Among the Young People of the Chureh. At an evening session at the church at 7:30 Attorney Narey, of Spirit "Lake," will be the principal speaker. 'Saturday morning a business meeting will be held with special music, a one-act play, short addresses by the young people, a question box conducted by Doctor Herbert Marsh, Spirit (Lake, former Wesley Methodist pastor, and address by Doctor Bailey, Estherville. Lunch will be served at noon, and a cup will be awarded. PINE SHAMPOO TYPEWRITER CARBON ADDIXG MACHINE ROLLS CALL THE ADVANCE Colgate's Ribbon large Dental Cream, 26c tube _-_*_-^_. Colgate's Ribbon Giant size Dental Cream - *„_.. 85c Palmolive Shaving Cream, regular 35c tube _-25c Colgate's Rapid Shaving Cream, large 36c tube „, 25c Improved Ever Ready Gold Plated Razor with blades l9c $1.00 Segal Razor with blades _ 7 ._50c , Auto Strop Razor Blades, Valet, ( package of 5 __l'_25c GHlette Blue Blades, pkg. O f 5 ^ Probak Blades, pkg. of 5 ___ Bay Rum, pint size Christy Razor and 3 blades, Jarvaise Night Cream, l ]b. 8| " 2 Jarvaise Lemon Cream, l ib. slz Cucumber Astringent cream, i Sanicide Mouth Wash,^; s[ 2e ~J Hy-G-iSf Mouth Wash, pt! siz e ." '"J 10 Ibs. Epsom ! A.H. Drugs and Jewelry. Only Two Weeks Left to Attend Woirfs Fair ''"' " " ' '' . •:** "V- "* va I Beacon Way | Call the ADVANCE To-day I Trips $10.95 to $34-95 = • = ' - ' ••• , . ^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIW D. L. M'Donald was on his way to Des Moines last week Wednesday via the road south from Wes- ley.and at the junction just west of Corwith Charles Marso, a farmer, failed to observe a stop sign and ran into him. The new M'.Donald V-8 Ford was caved in on the driver's side. Mr. Marso acknowledged Ijlame and agreed to pay the repair bill, BOSTON STORE "Headquarters For Bargains 9 ' I'orn-IIuskws Vacation Begins. St. Joe, Oct. 10—T.he St. Joseph •j>arochial school closed Monday for ;« two weeks corn-husking vacation. 3tome farmers began husking last \^^f>t ^S.ctft I Large cookies, 2 Ibs. 17c Large K. C. Baking Powder,-can 19c Omar Wheat Cereal, pkg. 21c Cocoa, large 2 Ib. can ___23c Be sure to redeem your soap coupons. Skinned ham, one-half or whole, Ib. 15c Beef roast, pork roast, veal loaf, 2 Ibs. 25c Hamburger, sausage, side pork, beef boil, bacon squares, Ib. 10c Complete line of fresh fruits, vegetables, and home- killed meats. ; Top price for eggs. 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