The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 12, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 12,1934 Algona High Relay Teams To Run In Drake Relays April 27 K-Ball League Meeting Scheduled Friday NORTH CENTRAL CONFERENCE MAY HOLD MEET HERE Tive Lettermen Back for '34 Team; Weak in Field Events Two mid possibly three relay toams •will carry the colors of Algona high school In the Drake relays April 27 and 28, Coach Ken Merc:r stated this week. Track practice is on in earnest, with the arrival of flno weather, and a squad of men are dally working out on th-r- locnl track. Lettermen who back this year nrc as follows: Cretzmeyer. Guderian. Hilton, Snnds and Snrchett. New candidates who are petting plenty of consideration are Miller, McCullough. Bruns. fJevclop into a r>ole vaulter of no mean Sigsbce Ls also being counted upon to B. Post. D. Post, and Norton, while ability. Season Schedule The schedule for the track season as made up this week, follows: April 21-«nect with Estherville, Spir. It Lake, Milford and Emmotibiira Esfhcrville. April 27-28— Drake relays. at . May R— conference meet, possibly at at is May 11— District meet of state Mason City. May 18— State meet. A dual meet witih EmnKtsburR also to be booked, but dates have not been settled. Local entries who may qualify in the district meet will be "n- tercd in the state meet. The location of the latter meet has not be~n determined. Star to bo Lost Guderian will be lost to the squad about, midway through the season when he reaches the ape limit, and thr .stellar quarter and half mile runner will certainly be missed. Guderian had a biR year last, season, and should be even hotter this season. CTetz will head the list In his favorites. the 100 and 220 dashes and the broad Jump; Hilton Is a middle distance man. and Snnds i.s a sprinter. SarcheU runs the quarter and half mile. Miller and McCulIough of tlv:- new men. are atfo brinrr tried out in the dashes, Bruns is runnintr the 440. and Norton is tackling the 'low and high hurdles. Bob Post i.s also taking ,-i flins; at the low sticks, while Bruns is counted upon In the javelin and Dick Post in the discus. There seems to be plenty of material liandy for the track events, but Coach Mercer was not so optimistic reijardinc the field evenl.s, which after all count just as many points in regular meets. Spring Grid Drill Gets Under Way The high school spring football drill Rot under way, Monday, with a tairly large turnout, with a number ot the men out for track, however, the turnout has been cut down somewhat. Spring drill's chief value is in getting the new candidates Into the swing of the system before the rush of regular fall drill comes along, and offers them a chance to become seasoned and •experienced to a certain degree months ahead of time. SCHOOL NOTES (By Dorlys Knudsen) n few County's Best Speller Honored by Teacher Lone Rock: Miss Leone Sandschulte, who teaches a country school north of Lone Rock, gave a party for Marjorie Jensen In honor of winning first in the county spelling contest held at Algona. Marjorie was formerly MLss Sanddchul- U-'s pupil before entering the Lone Rock school. . The commercial department is busy preparing for the annual commercial contests being held in April. The flrsi, one, which Is a North Central Six eo"- test. in typing, will be held here on April 17. The district contest at Emmetsburg, will be held the 28th. Six pupils are chosen from each division, shorthand, typing, advanced shorthand and advanced typing, and the 24 names are sent in as eltgiblcs. At the time of the contest, the teacher may select any three from each division to represent Algona in their respective classes. The following pupils' names have br-en sent in: Shorthand: Helen Sterling, Margaret Stevenson, Irma Dee Phillips. Doris Thompson. Lucille Bode and Ruth Malueg. Typing: Isabel Greenberg, Ruth Malueg. Marion Corey, Jack Reid. Gertrude Nelson, Maxinc Fraser. Advanced shorthand: Valeria Pickett. Buena Raney, Jane Hemp-hill, Violet Norman, Evelyn Smith, Dorlys Knudsen. Advanced typing: Valeria Pickott. Buena Raney, Margaret Stevenson. Violet Norman. Evelyn Smith, Dorlys Knudsen. • * • "Three Little Pijrs" The typing classes have been making booklets the last few weeks to exhibit at the annual Mothers" Day program. There have been many varieties of designs made, but so far Violet Norman holds the prize for originality with her pig. which Is supposed to be the surviving member of that world-famous family. "The Three Little Pigs." • • • Girls Hold B. B. Meet In (Jir filler-class tournament in pirl's basketball which WHS held last week, the srventh period class emerged triumphant by defeating the second period class 19-11. Under the lightning attack of Evelyn Black, the light-footed forward, the defeated team was kft behind from the start, cinci despite the rally in the. last half, the victors' lead was too overwhelming to do much good. The seventh period tram consisted of Evelyn Black, Alleen Riddle and Audrey Rucker, forwards; Laura Michel Ruth Mnliieg, Francis Larson, guards Esther Pratt. Rcna Bakken, Esther Cas- Icr, centers. An In tra-mural tournament Ls to be held this week between the senior, junior, sophomore, and freshmen clas? teams. Byron Smith Was Second Byron Smith, Algona junior high student, took second place in the county spelling contest. He was first in written and second in oral. He wil] take part in a contest on April 20 at JShennndoah. • * • Wins Snperlor Rating Ruth Maiueg won a sperior rating with her cornet solo at Brilt last week, and became eligible for the contest held at Anus lust Friday. She did very well in tills contest but was up against too still ii competition and was defeated. • • • Returns For Visit Arba Dee Long, .student from Grin- ncll, visited her old stamping grounds at the high school last Monday. One of the classes she visited was English Literature, and upon being asked the nature of her English work at college, reeled off a lot of stuff about essays, grammar books, etc., which mad-a the students realize that they weren't treated as badly as they thought they were. • • • School Party Friday The school party which was held ro- ccntly was deemed such a success that the SOOS club is conducting another one. But they aren't very superstitious for they set th? date for Friday, the 13th. The proceeds from the lost and found auction will po toward the entertainment and will cut the price to Just one nickel. The club promises some very pleasant times and every hish school student is cordially invited, this is if he brines his nick"! with him. Tickets moy be- purchased Friday niorn- inp. noon and night. JOHN POHLMAN, BANCROFT COACH, IS NAMED AS NEW SWEA CITY COACH Fills Vacancy Due to Promotion of Schuler to Superintendent S«-ea City Herald: John Pohlman. present athletic coach and high school instructor at Bancroft has been elected athletic coach of the Swea City high school next year. Mr. Pohlman has been coaching both in th« Bancroft public school and in St. John's academy. Under his -guidance the last named team was rated as one of the strongest in the county last season. A thorough investigation reveals him as possessing the scholastic and other personal qualities which will cause him to fit in we.H with the traditional standards expected of the local teaching staff. All of the present teachers were offered contracts by the school board. Three teachers indicated they had other plans and would not return—Miss Williams, high school principal: M'~s Barbara Wylam, sixth grade teacher, and MKs Viola Hclgason, fourth grade teacher. Miss Mildred AmW.'-on. of Milford, now teaching In Burt, will take MLss Helgason's grade, next year. place In the fourth That leaves the high school princlpalship and the sixth grade vacancies yet to be filled from n large number of appllcatioas now in the hands of the board. Farmers, Phillips Leading Bowlers Team standing in llu- bowling league at Barry's, as of last week. Including all matches for last wrfk, are as fo lows: W L Pel. The Farmers 35 ^^ .614 Phillips Oil 33 24 .579 Hank's Colts 29 28 £09 Court Uottse Gang tS 29 .491 Coryell "70" 26 31 .456 Barry's Gang 20 37 .350 The Fanners have (akrn a good big lead, frith Phillips aa the team which seems to have sprinted. Hank's Colts are also cracking the old maples In good style, but this week may be another story. RIFLE TEAM IS -THIRD IN STATE Hagg Post sharpshooters are Right in There; Dehnert Second in State A n,o 1111 is imlv a a-» its nigs. Aflcr .'II, they art; the \<-ry fuumlaliuii lor inlrrior hcuuty oi a lnnn . Tliafi why we ft) tlioiiiily recommend iloor < oiriini;- l>v llic Ui^t.-iow VirVavtrrs. I'.MTV Uij^elow rujj; ami t-arpt-t M \v-)\i-ii with J.iv<-lv Vl<><>l. ilial spriii-;* Lafk uuilcrfuol ami pit-st-rvca iu beauty =o imirli limber. (ionie iu and oee our iu.-w &tii|iiiieitt of liiuelow Iloor (ovrriiifis lhat int'lmlt: inait> lovely new jiallt-ru^. SIX TEAMS IN VIEW THIS YEAR Lineups to be Changed; One New Entry in Field; Room for Others The Algona, krttenball league's first meeting has been set for Friday evening of this week, and all players and managers, or persons interested, are invited to be present at the Legion hall. The meeting will start at 7:30 p. m. Election of officers for the coming season will be one of the tasks before the league. With the question of lights for the athletic field still hanging fire, the gu-? plans to go ahead and organize as usual, hoping for the lights but perfectly willing to abide by the final decision of the groups who have been Instrumental in going into the situation. Sinclair New Entry To date six prospective teams have been tentatively listed. They are the Skelly Oils. Hub Clothiers, RCA-Vic;or. Algona Upper Des Moines, Sinclair Oils and Phillips "66". There may be more, or less, but the more the merrier. A number of changes on some of the teams have taken place, and it looks as though some of the managers have been pretty industrious in getting a good, early start toward lining up a team. The Advertiser aggregation of last ,cason has disbanded, according to word that reaches us, and its members lined no to play with other aggregations. Vaughan Rising has joined the RCA-Victcfr team, jis have the two Nordstrcm boys, giving Ed Holecek a nighty strong start. But Pete Waldron, who pitched for the RCA team ast season is understood to have beon iigncfl up by Skelly. Leo Dahlhauser's Sinclair team will be a new outfit, and i dark horse. Phillips Team Intact The Hub lineup as roughly outlined by Bob Williams, will include several prominent high .school athletes, and Jiculd be a fast ou!flt, and a popular ;. The championship Phillips team vill probably return to the Held almost ntact. And that, of course, spells rouble for everyone else. There will be plenty of room in the eague for teams, and any organizn- ions which might have one or is in- /erp.sted is Invited to have rfpresen.- a'.ives at the meeting. ledyard Father-Son Banquet Last Week Ledyard: On last Wednesday evening the mothers of the Lodyard boys' basketball team entertained the boys and their fathers at a father and son banquet in the gymnasium. The tables were prettily decorated and a delicious baked ham dinner was served. After the dinner a short program was given the main feature being an address by the R<v. Carlson of Swea City. The H. I. Sabln family visited at the home of Mrs, August Johnson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hbyne were guests Saturday and Sunday at the F. L. Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox and D. D. Sparks were visitors Sunday at ths B. F. Sparks home. Mrs. Dwight Potter and son of Algona spent last week at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs Will Bait. Mesdames Will and Robert Runchey attended the Irvington Ladles Aid meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ben Terhune. Miss Mildred Brandow came home on Wednesday of la£t week after several weeks in Algona assisting at the home of Mrs. B. F. Burtis. John Simpson was operated on Friday morning for appendicitis at the McC'reery hospital in Whittemore and was reported Tuesday as doing nicely. Mrs. Edward BroadweU who is at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. C. Wor- iter, remains about *he same since suffering a stroke three weeks ago. One side is paralyzed. The Ward McWhorter family of Algona, Ed Chambers and Victor Appl3- jate families and Ernest Applegate of Corwith were visitors Sunday at the E. C. Potter home. John Brandow and family of Fairmont. Minn., visited Sunday at thn W. H. Brandow home and expected to visit with the Frank Brandows at Owatonna, Minn., this week. Twenty people enjoyed Sunday evening at the D. A. Teeter horns in honor of and as a surprise to D. A. and son, Franz's birthdays on Monday and Sunday. The two wives served refreshments. Mrs. Lewis Wildin was reported better last week but Sunday afternoon she became very ill and suffered severely until Monday night. At this writing on I'u'-funy she ii repa-ted slightly improved. Mrs. A. E. Spear and daughter, Patricia and Fern Lois of Sherwood, Minnesota, came a week ago Saturday for a visit with her risters. Mesdames E. C. Potter and O. S. Moore, returning home Sunday. Messrs, and MesOames E. C. Potlcr and O. S. Moore, Mrs. A. E. Spear, Mrs. J. H Fraser and Mrs Dora Fraser of Algona and J. A. Fraser wer-3 at Swea City last Wednesday attending the funeral of Will Harris. The George Gowans family of Mason City are at the home of Mrs. Gowan's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wll] Greenfield, and are moving to a house nearby, being busy papering and painting. Qeo. has been at the Swift Co. for many years and was compelled to gpet In the open on account of his health. Q Jd»1 for the next deilCI$l 5 months of THE Atlantic Monthly Make the most of your reading hours. Enjoy the wit, the wisdom, the companionship, the charm that have made the ATLANTIC, for seventy-five years. America's most quoted and most cherished magazine. Send $1 (mentioning this ad) to The Atlantic Monthly, 8 Arlington St., Boston 14-10 CRESCO NEWS Oats .seeding began in full blast on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cook of Fort Dodge were visitors here Sunday. George Brazee and Lloyd Martin were at St. Benedict Friday on business. ta. ...*-./».• Linoleums and Felt Base Rugs hav and lfii' -lufk or' <.'oiiji'uli-uiii, Nairn.-. I'aitcni;-. (id our low irii-i-s. Foster Furniture Co. Hagg Posi No. 90 rill; team placed third In the American Legion Iowa Department (State), championship rifle match with a score of 1384. Becker- Chapman Post (Waterloo) wa-s first with u score of 1402 and Argonne Post ilJes Moine.ii t-;;tm No. l, was second with a score of 1380 Twelve teams fired the match. The Iowa Lt'Riouaire. in reporting the nuitcii says iii»s<.>t,s occurred in B cker Chapman nasing out Ari?onne. last year's champions and in Algona placing third the first time they entered a team. However, if this is an; M>meoiv had best watch the next match that Hagg Post fire.- When a meeting wa.s called l > coiw- suler whether the would try to (liter H team in the Legion nfl•• matche-i the chairman of the rifle team commit- te,- wrote to the department ii;i ctor of ii:urk.*i:iitn.s!.ip to find out >! it wa-s Afiil po.-^ible for Hagg pov to cnt<-r a team in ttit- department championship match. Hi- w.-i-, advi.M-tl that a t-am could b" f-ntired and the otlicial tatifets ,-eiil to him but. bv the tiri.e Hie targets and regulations were r-ceucd tile team had only Iwt-iily-luur hours to notify the director of their entry and complete hi- mt; th.- ma'eh. Having no time to prae- llee or prepare for llv- matcli was a .-(•nous handicap for tile bovs btit they decided to lire tiie mulch anyway. Willie all members of tile team tiioU and have linti .-imii-aj- matches al oilier limes none of ihem iuid during the past wml r been practicing on the targuU or 'Aith the sights required for tin.-, matcli The championship matcli wao fired on oflicial iO foot targets with iron sights. The mem. bers of Uie team had bt> n Uiing "5 fool targets -a-iid ttlei>c-ope eights. I Clian b 'iiiK the sighLS and firing on a dif! lerent targel witlioul opportunity for practice firing no doubt resulted in a lower icon- than the team is capable of tU'iUK under more favorable conditions. Al thai Dehilert of Hagg Po^,t wad second individual high with a score of 288 or one point, under the high individual score. Tile pctol plai!6 to euler U-am.^ m ott.vr Lt-giou matches and e.xi«.-cus to up.set more of the dope. It, La also plaiiued lo hold local matches lo give oilier members of the post opportunity to make the rifle learn and jx-rhaps -to cnler more than one tt-am in some ol the mutches. JOHN L. MOMYER Adjutant Hagg Po^t. No. yo. Mr.-. W U Nugent \i.-.iled her aister. Mr^. W. H Cil- us^u ia Mituuu Cu> oii Monday Peterson Studio The finest work — of duality e I 6 : 'I Weddings Confirmations Graduations and Baby Pictures a Specialty Q A choice rf the ftiieat, excliLsivs O mountings of m' f-tyle ob- jS tamable only at our studio. § Will F. Brown § ;'> Manager. § •'^OC'OvOOv'vOOOOC'OOCt.O.O&OOOOC'-O. Tl^ e ^^ Botel Aptj. month Rm.paiiKtii.K Don't Get Up Nights l SK BUC1IIJ ANI> GIN Make Ttu<> 2Sc feat It is a.-, valuable lo the bladder as uis- i.or oil io the bowels. Dm<» out impurities wid t-xceis acids whicii cause ;he irritation resulting in geltlnx up iiighu. boi-ning, frttjuiejnt desire, leg paiiLs and baekaciie. On account of ihe alcohol ua* jumper oil from which, gui u made. 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