Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 9, 1933
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KOB8UTH ADVANCE. AL60NA. IOWA NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE .DRIVERS A day and night claim reporting service on automobile claims is now being maintained through, our automobile insurance de- pantment. Through our Universal Motor Road Service certificate which is issued with your automobile liability insurance we provide you with personal accident insurance in case you are hurt; also reimbursement for tow-in expense, appearance bond and claim report expense. If you are looking lor the very best service in automobile insurance protection at the very lowest cost, consult our agency for further .particulars. We Maintain an Extraordinary Automobile Insurance Service. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. B. 1A BABKE Phone 59 Insurance — Loans — Surety Bonds — Investments. STYLISH FOOTWEAR Just the shoe you have been looking for. A neat dressy pump in the new Arch-Controllar. Black Kid at $4.95 Two new styles in ties. Black and brown kid at $4.95. If you are hard to fit or if you have been suffering with bad feet you will want to try the new Arch- Controllar. Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Department BARGAINS! Neville's Toggery will be full of real bargains from now till Christmas. We are marking prices on our goods in proportion to what the farmers are getting for their produce. Heavy cotton chore mitts, pr. 10c Sheepskin Coats '_ "_~_TI$8.95 Girls' Dresses from 29c to 79c Women's silk and wool Hose, pair _____~I 35 C Women's and Children's Unions 49c to~79c Men's part wool Dress Sox, pair 19c Women's genuine Goodrich. Zipper Overshoes, choice 69c New shipment of Berets 29c and 49c Cotton Prints, per yard l_15c, 16c, 18c Cotton Crepe, heavy \vt, per yard 18c —and so on through the store we are selling at as low a price as it is humanly possible as we believe that is the thing to do under these circumstances. Neville's Toggery IN BAD'S OLD STAND ALGONA CLARION TEAM PLAY DEFEATS ALGONA 27-0 A running, blocking football team from Clarion swamped the Algona high school, 27-0, last Thursday aifternoon at Athletic park. The Clarion squad, on an off tackle play first .thing in the game, blocked out the AJgonians perfectly, and the iball carrier raced 65 yards for a touchdown without having a hand put on him. This made the local crowd sick. The Algona squad, in fact, seemed helpless > to stop the hard running attacks of the Clarion cowboys. (Savage tackling and, blocking kept A'lgona gains down. The Algona team is woefully weak on blocking and tackling. On several occasions substitute Clarion players who ought to have been to'ssed for losses managed to break away for gains. Clarion Scores Again. After the first play, in which the kick for extra point was made for a score of 7-0, Algona received the kick-off on the 27-yd. line. Two plays failed to gain, and Algona punted to midfield. Clarion then made eight yards, but a pass was incomplete. On the next play, however, the visitors added two yards for first down. Two more plays added another first down, and on the following play the Clarion back broke away for 15 yards, which took the ball to the one-yard line. A succeeding play failed to gain, but a fourth put the ball over, and the kick was good, making the score: Clarion, 14; Algona, 0. Clarion kicked dff to the 35-yd. line. Algona made six yards, and then won first down on a 5-yd. penalty against Clarion for offsides. On the next play Algona lost five on an offsides penalty, and another play had added two when the quarter ended. 20-0 at the Half. On resumption of play an Algona pass was incomplete, and a punt \yas blocked on the Algona 37-yd. line. A Clarion pass was intercepted on the 15-yd. line, where on the first play Algona was penalized five yards for offsides. Another punt was blocked, Clarion recovering on the 24-yd. line. Clarion made a yard, then a fumlble was recovered by Algona on the 24-yd. line. Two pass attempts resulted in a 10-yd. loss, and Algona punted to the 45-yd. line. Clarion now hammered the Algona line for 12 plays to net another touchdown. The kick went wide, and the score was- Clarion, 20; Algona, 0. (Following the kick-off the half ended before a pla"y could be called. Between halves the high school band paraded the field and played selections in new formations. Scoring Temporarily Halted. .To open the second half Algona kicked to Clarion on the 38-yd. line On the first play Clarion was clipping, but Algona was offsides, and the penalties offset each other. Both School Teams I^osc Games ACADEMY BOWS TO LIVERMORE IN SLOW DAME Twenty Years Ago Rewrites from Ibe Advance of October 23,1913 C B. Murtagh had made a speech at RIngsted tn which he emphasized the value of education. He also thanked the people of the community for almost unanimous support In election to the legislature. He was then In charge of the RIngsted State bank and had made a phenomenal success of it. -•*•• The Algona State bank had moved back to Its building after a temporary abode elsewhere while remodeling was going on. The lobby, which had previously been 'on the east side of the bonking room, with entrance at the corner of ; the building, had been changed to the west side, much as it is now for the present Iowa State tnnk. Hattie Simpson, Whittemore, had been shot in the leg by a tramp who tried to chloroform her in a grove near her father's farm. She had been gathering nuts, and the man shot her when she managed to escape his clutches. Snow which fell later frustrated tracking the fellow down with bloodhounds. George Rawson, contracted to fly at the 1913 county fair, had wrecked his plane and had been nearly killed In a crash at Spencer, West Va. Headlines and a story in the Advance announced a special train to Eagle Grove October 24 for a football game. • • * • The Rev. George Stelnkamp, of the German Lutheran church here, had just been married to Hilda Baacle. Cincinnati. They are now lo cated at Hawarden. * •* * * C. A. Belnap was to be new man ager O f the Algona hotel, which his father had owned some years before. He married one of the George Brown girls, but died a few years later. * * * * Charles Carlon had duplicated the feat of a hypnotized show man who ran a bicycle in the Lusby drug store window till the total mileage was 120. Charles did It on'a dare, and a popular collection was taken up for him. He now lives at Willow Grove, Pa,, and travels for a schoolbook publishing house, A semi-annual Algona district Methodist conference was to be held at Titonka, and the Rev. F. C. Taylor was to speak. • * * « A letter from F. H. Vesper, Glendale, Calif., told how the railroad there had been Induced to change the location of Its depot. Mr. Vesper suggested that Algona try to have the Milwaukee move Its depot nearer to the business district. • • * • The Algona high school had defeated Blue Earth.-42113, In a,football game at the fairgrounds. Features of the game were runs by Earl Wilson, Claude Nugent, and Harold Turner. • * * * A Riverdale farmer, George Runchey had committed suicide by hanging himself. No cause for the act could be found. There had • • bee n a trace of snow In the air, and for a time one day it appeared that there' would be a blizzard, but the threat did not materialize. • • * * In the course of • seining Spirit Lake for rough fish a buffalo which weighed 75 Ibs. had been taken, and one of the Okobojis a sturgeon which weighed 80 pounds had been total of 175,000 pounds BLOOD POISON IS FATAL FOR LEOYARDYOUTH Ledyard, Nov. 7—(Funeral services were held last week Wednesday in the Methodist church for John Estle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle, who passed away October 30 at the Bancroft hospital from an illness of six days due to blood poisoning. John was Iborn September 19, 1918, in Grant township. When he years old his ..parents a farm near, Lakota, 1925, when In October, was four moved to .. . where ihe lived until they moved to town. ... ^ , 1932, he came to Ledyard. In April, i!932, he joined the Methodist church at Lakota. He leaves to mourn his death his parents, seven sisters, Mrs. Henry Mitchell, and the present. He is a salesman. George Thompson was sick with n. i-fciianies unset eacn other. «•«..*-.u, .»&o. j.j.cinj miLuueu, anu Clarion tore through the line for Mrs> Emor y Smith, of Lakota, Mrs. ten yards and reeled off 20 around ' Ravmon d Winters, of Swea City, end. The next play netted eight ' Rutn ' Jeane, Velda, Doris, and Nor- yards by Clarion, and the following ma a ' home and three brothers: mail route Saturdav Play 16. Algona then drew a 5- Le , e ' . Dale > and Leroy. Out-of-town, , Pin gi e substituted for i yd. penalty, which put the ball O n re!atlves who attended the funeral' — " u - uhw n«ea Ior * the 10-yd. line. Tho ninvinr, 1,011 were: Mrs. Kathryn Schaler anrt •of and 10,000 of gar fish had been taken from the lakes the year before. •• * • • The Alsrona creamery had won first, and the Swea City creamery second, In a state dairy men's con vention at Waterloo. W. H. Ander son was then manager of the local creamery; Carl Nelson, of the Swea City creamery. • * • • Three Algona women, Mrs. A. ,L, Bowen, Mrs. A. Peterson, and Mrs, H. E. Morgan had attended a W. C, T. U. convention at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. 1/ee and children visited at Glen Yahnke's last week. Tuesday. Gus Winklemann re turned to Wheaton the following day, but his two sons stayed . to spend the winter with an aunt Mrs. Pearle Winklemann, of Buffalo Center. Supt. A. E. (Lauritzen and V. A. Barrett left last week Wednesday zen and Jerry accompanied them as far as Henwick, where she vis ited her sisters. Juanita Underkofler spent the week-end at Britt. Miss Randall and Miss Jones went to Algona. Miss Kitley and Mr. Granner went to Hardy and Paton «.*.»*. U(7 a«Jiu 'j. ab\»i. IJ»^LC, taiuugii, <* ocUUIlU n] Mrs. D. A. Carpenter's ibrother, 12 yards and first down. S. D. Entwisle, of Elbow Lake — - - r •.•«.* ». **£> OAI,n. vviifU. •—.»..««. w 4 v-\>ci »cu 1.1113 the flu and unable .to go on the returning the ball to the , Un Q Lawrence llne> ball , " — ~ • J.**^. V^lUi. 1U11 Uttll ••-- p-jwi-WAi^i UllU. carrier was then tossed for a 6-yd ' son Walter , Minneapolis; Mrs. Ann loss, and three plays failed to make Brassf ield, Alden; Mr. and Mrs. first down, so Algona got the ballj Fred A rndt, Guckeen, Minn.; and on downs on the 6-yd. line. Algona' Mrs> C> L - McCoy, OBritt, and son made six on a fake punt, hut a pass lEverett - 'Six schoolmates, Arvid was incomplete. A quick kick • RrnTlf ' t 'wiiiion, T>~ T •, caught Clarion asleep, however and the ball rolled to the Clarion 39-yd. line. Final Score for Tisitors. A Clarion pass failed, and the next play lost five yards after which Clarion punted to Algona's 31-yd. line. Algona received five yards on the first play because Clarion was offsides. A pass failed and Algona blocked to give the ball carrier a 10-yd. gain. Two attempted passes resulted in a 15-yd Infrt nn. .1 11.. . - •— -•« .7 **• loss and Algona punted field. to mid- x —"••<»«• Fjmj^ ™r <@^pr Help Triose~in Need SATURDAY, NOVEMBER~TTth Kossutb County Post No. 2541 Clarion passed for 16 yar ds on the first play, and added another 16 on a second pass. A line play was good for 11 yards more, and another play took the ball over for the final counter of the game. The kick was good, and. the score was: larion, 27; Algona, 0. End of the Came. Following the kick-off the third quarter ended, Algona getting the ball on the 35-yd. line to open the last period. Algona passed for five yards, added two, and made four for first down. On the next play Algona made five yards, and a pass was good for 21 yards, which took the ball to the 29-yd. line in Clarion territory. Clarion then stiffened. held, and got the (ball on downs on the 27-yd. line. Clarion made a first down on three plays. out tailed to make another in three more plays, and so punted to the 29-yd. line. • Two Algona passes failed, but a line play netted five yards. An Algona .punt was called back, and Clarion was penalized five yards for offsides. Algona had four inches to go for a first down, and pulled a "sneak" play which caught Clarion asleep again, the ball earner streaking through center for 16 yards and nearly getting away for a touchdown. The next play failed, however, and an Algona pass was intercepted in midfield as the game ended. 4 Lakota Man Hurt in Car Accident iLakota, Nov. 9 — Ubbe Dreesman William Barnes, Leonard Warner, Howard Dyer, Jack Moulton, and Armin Schultz acted as pallbearers. He was laid to rest in the Highland Home cemetery. Aid Meels at Lakotu _ Mrs. F. O. Johnson, Lakota, entertained the Methodist Aid last Thursday. Those attending were Mesdames Thompson, J. Mayne L A. Nitz, Olson, John Looft, Knoner, Yahnke, H. Mayne, Jenks, Green, Conrad Gable, J. T. Welfare Halvorson, Wiemer, Link, and Schultz. Interclass Tourney Postponed— The inter-class tournament to have been held last Thursday and •Friday nights was postponed due to ~ .. , . a, ut ' Mr. and Mrs. H. .D. Mayne drove more Plays made a first down. The to Algona Saturday to visit her next play netted a yard but a pass parents. Herbert Zielske cared for lost seven. The next play was good the Standard oil ofcatinn tor »>ip>it veif/le ««j - i » _• _ the Standard oil station. Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, son "Bill, The iLivermore high school football team trounced the local Acad', 19-0, Friday afternoon at Ath- em^i M.y m Vf ;r*iut*j CM.V***.»"***» «" *»»~ letic park here in a game marked by frequent (fumbles, long passes,, and some poor football on the part of both teams. Wade Hansen, academy halfback, suffered a badly dislocated shoulder, and had to leave the game. Livermore kicked off to the Academy on the 35-yd. line, and th« Academy made first down in three plays, but then fumibled on the 46- yd. line, where Livermore recovered and'made eight yards in two plays. On the next play Livermore lost three yarjsj and a pass was incomplete, the ball going over to the Academy on downs on the 40-^rd. line. Livermore Scores. Two plays netted three yards, and the Academy then punted outside on the Livermore 45-yd. line. In the first play Livermore lost two yards, in the next gained two, and on a pass made 9% for first down. The next play netted 10 yards for a second first down, and two more plays were good for 12 yards and a third first down. Algona held Livermore to a yard gain on the next ptay, 'but a succeeding end run netted 18 yards for the visitors to take the ball to the 7-yd. line, when two plays put it over. In an attempt for extra point a pass was incomplete, ..but the Academy was offsides and the point was conceded to Livermore. The score now was: Livermore, 7; Academy, 0. 13-0 Liverniore's Favor. Livermore (kicked oflf, .but the Academy receiver fumbled on his own 34-yd. l«ie. A 15-yd. penalty for roughing then put the ball on the Academy's 27-yd. line. Two plays were good for first down for Livermore, but three more and an incomplete pass failed to make needed yardage, and the ball went to the Academy on the 20-yd. line when the pass fell into the end zone. Algona punted on third down, after making six yards, the .ball going out on the' Academy's 43-yd line. iLivermore made two first downs, then passed for 13 yards which put the ball on the 7-yd. line. There the first play netted two and the next four, but the third down netted only a halif yard. This, how- ~~t*.j.^ vv i^. v AO.OU »vcen. wcuiiesuay HCLLGU uuijr a, nan yiiru. iius, now- for Des Moines to attend the state, ever, put the -ball within inches of teachers convention. Mrs. Laurit- the goal line, and it was plunged over. A pass was incomplete in a try for extra point, and the score was: Livermore, 13; Academy, 0. Touchdown No. 8. Livermore kicked off to the 38- yd. line, and an Academy play netted a yard, but a pass was incomplete, though'a second pass netted pass was incomplete, but Another a line f * —-- •' >uwp \r*. AM1UW YT UcUrVC. •£*•*••••" " t**J •* J*l'V/llllJJCl>C. UUL H, 11HC Minn., and her nephew, Milton P la r was good for a yard. Liver- Laabs, of Winnebago, visited here more then intercepted a pass on the last Thursday. 42-yd. line, and two plays later the Clifford Jenks left last week Academy returned the compliment Monday for Indianapolis, Ind., b 7 intercepting a pass on the 46-yd. where he has his headquarters for lm e. Two Academy passes netted ten yards as the half ended. Livermore received the kick-off, 4.. • . the opening play A1 ards but ' tw ° . —v t j* u,j 11 u.o &"UU for eight yards, and a long Liver- nore toss good for 26 yards, which Jahn Estle - was i .i , held Monday and Tuesday nights The Rake girls and boys basketball teams play here Friday night. Grades Celebrate Halloween— The grade children had Halloween parties in their respective rooms last week Tuesday. Miss Underkofler's students gave an interesting program in Miss Dunham's room. F. B. Tomorrow Night— The general Farm Bureau meets Friday evening at Roland Smith's. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eggerth are the program committee. Luella Junkermeier Married _ lit is reported £hat several weeks ago Luella Junkermeier and Alfred „. • ' " w " j-ii.i, - o~«« j-wi i,u .j-aius, WIUCl Mrs. Mary Tillmoney, and Janice I P ]a ced the ball on the Algona 16- w,u,.»» ^ o .... . . yd. line. Livermore now lost IS yards on penalty ifor roughing but -on the succeeding play passed'for a third touchdown, the ball traveling 25 yards in air. A kick for extra point failed, and the score was- Livermore, 19; Academy, 0. Academy Fumbles Kick-Off. The Academy fumbled another kick-off, Livermore recovering on the 30-yd. line. A lateral pass was incomplete, and Algona recovered on the 32-yd. line. The Academy then made two first downs, but failed to make a third by two inches, and the ball went to Livermore on her own 35-yd. line. • Livermore made nine yards in two plays as the third quarter ended. The opening play in the final period was good for nine; the next for seven. A freak play was called back and Livermore was penalized ftve yards for having 9 nl y five men on the scrimmage line. A pass was good for 15 yards, and the receiver picked up 20 yards more before he was downed, which took the ball to the 10-yd. line. Three plays then advanced the ball to the one-yard line, but a pass was incomplete behind goal, which gave Algona the ball on the 20-yd line Game Ends in Midfield. . The rest of the game was played m midfield, and nMther team rt^Tlt t0 score ' The e r°wd thought the game was over a few seconds before it ended, and so ""- ~* onto the field. Referee Kenso,, SV^ **& Umpire H - M. Vinson, with the aid of ~ ~ "«J t **»tv* UW1IIL1C 1 , of Swea City, went to Des Moines Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Arndt, Guckeen, attended the funeral «f John Estle last week Wednesday. Jack Welsh and Jack (Lynch attended the state corn husking contest near Audubon Friday. Alice Dunham resumed teaching duties last Thursday after several days' illness with the flu. Wm. Flynn spent Sunday with his father at Buffalo Center, who is critically ill. The senior class ihad a party in the L. A. Nitz school house (Fridav evening. ' * Mrs. E. T. Halvorson entertained the sewing circle last week Monday evening-. Mrs. L. C. Strand is ill with the St. Benedict Mr. and Mrs. George Simons are parents of a girl, born last Thursday. They now have two children, the elder a boy. The Catholic church observed the feast tit All Saints last week Wednesday with low mass at 8 a. m. and high mass at 10, and three masses Thursday. Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer served a family reunion dinner Sunday m honor ot her son Frank, who will return soon to his foome in Canada. Attending were Frank Rosenmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, the Everett Steussys noons rather than evenings. The change started Sunday. Other Ledvard News, Gus Winklemann, Wheaton, 111., man f nd two sons - Julius Jenson, Buf- was quite seriously injured last I Center, daughter Helen, and week Tuesday night, when his car went into the ditch and upset on the graveled road east of Ledyard. As a result he has a swollen arm and a bad gash in one ear and scalp. His abdomen was injured — — ..»-. ...U..U*. u»IU H4i.t CU «. * -™ ' «*-*»• UW&UOOjrD. Schadendorf were married at Al- clear Lak e. One daughter Mrs bert City. She is at present with lp ? anee ,s Miller, and her son live •her parents there. with tho oi^c,^ »»„„ n Pupils to Mate's Funeral— The high school was dismissed at oclock last week Wednesday to permit the students to attend the. funeral of their schoolmate, John Estle. Services Are Alternated— - The Evangelical church is having services alternate Sunday after- . by the steering wheel, and he also suffers severe pain in his back and one leg, being still confined to bed, but reported recovering. His car was badly damaged, and is being repaired at the Ley garage. ----- ._ 666 Liquid Tablets, Salve, Nose Drops Checks Colds first day, Headches or Neuralgia in 80 minutes. Malaria in 3 days. FINE IAXATITE AND TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known. I , ****** UCJ. QUJi JJ with the elder Mrs. Rosenmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seiler and their daughter Imogene spent Sunday with Mrs. Seller's mother, Mrs. Mary Downs, Wesley. The Peter Redings, St. Joe, spent Monday afternoon at William Arndorfer's. Mrs. E. F. Rahm, Des ; Moines and her son Clare spent the weekend with Mrs. Frances Rahm 'Sunday morning people were surprised on arising to discover snow and it snov" 1 ^ 1^—1-^1-- • - * whole day. snow this evening it started turned colder. Lots of farmers are finished. Corn is on the average yielding fairly well. . rtverdge _ Mr. and Mrs. John Newhouse, of Earlville, have L •• week with the almost the This was our first year. Again Monday- to snow, and , been spending a former's father Bruning> and other rela- Theodore Pothoff dves •M and Mrs. and Raskopf, i*, op, Halbur, spent the week-end with Mrs. Pothoff's mother, Mrs Anna Huschka. iLivermore had the fcall on the 42-yd. lme , Wlth tirae fof Qne Play. A pass was called and was complete, the ball traveUng so yards in air. The receded ifearlj was Mrs.F.l.Tribon -will sell Christmas cards from the Rice Gift Shop in Ghristensen Bros, basement Friday and Saturday, Nov 10 and 11. Every card must be Friday and Saturday Hundreds of dollaip of winter merchamii sold this week at 20 TO 30c ON THE DOLLAR _ First corner-first served *> Overshoes, Union Suits, Overcoats, Shoe. ' Sweat. Ui% r — VMI v,»Jj |J ers, Rubbers, children's School Shoes, 2- wear, Pants, Shirts, Pelt Shoes, high top Sho^, Our store Is jammed with merchandise i I must be moved in a hurry. 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