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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 3, 1934 XPORX of PHILLIPS DOWN SINCLAKS, 8-3 IN LEAGUE TILT Skelly and RCA-Victor Game Friday Should Draw Big Crowd The 1934 municipal kittenball league ~fh^°Sv,?,?f ned Mondav evening, with the Phillips team, champions of the 1933 season, downing the Sinclair Oils, t>hm, ' l n a wel1 P'ayed same. The Phillips team had a clear cut superiority throughout, but Sinclair's outfit was in there until the final out, threatening to score, and getting to Pat Gron- oach for several good swats late in the same Don Smith started on the mound lor Phillips, and was relieved by Gron? bach near the end of the contest Casey Loss did the Sinclair hurling and although it was his first ganv on the mound in league play, he turned m a good performance. Dahlhauser at short stop made several nifty stabs and the Sinclair team, after seasoning up a little, is going to make trouble for the rest of the league. Wednesday evening of this week, the Upper Des Moines and Hub Clothkrs outfits were to tangle in the second game and on Friday night, the week's feature battle will take plao?. with the Skelly oils and RCA-Victor teams ineeting. This game brings together two of the strongest outfits of the league and should draw a real crowd Lights for the kittenball field have oeen ordered, and are on the way. The large poles had to be ordered In Washington, and some (jme will of necessity be required before they can be procured and shipped here. But the lights should be up in a week or two, Joe Kelly stated. Installation will be made immediately upon arrival of the poles and equipment. Fenton Baseballers Defeat Lone Rock Fenton: The Fenton high school baseball team won a victory from Lone Rock last week Wednesday afternoon on the Lone Rock last week Wednesday •afternoon the Junior high team met with defeat In a game with Bancroft, on their diamond, the score 7 to 6. Lions Beat St. John's Bancroft: The Lions met the St. John'8 baseball team on the local diamond Sunday. The wind and dust interfered greatly In the playing. St. John's lost 9 to 3, after showing what they could do. Jack Pohlman pitched for the Lions and Lawrence Becfcer and Gordon Hatten for St. John's. «f Caroline^ Double Kldnapln*. Tied to * Tree Trunk »nd left to Die. A True Life Tr»- redy In Thte American Weekly, the Magazine Distributed With Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. Schedule for Season 1934 ALGONA KITTENBALL ASSOCIATION Phillips "66" vs. Sinclair April 30 June 4 Hub Clothiers vs. Algona U, D. M May 2 .rune 6 Skelly Oil vs. R. C. A. Victor May 4 June 8 Sinclair vs. Hub Clothiers May 7 June 11 Algona U. D. M. vs. Skelly Oil May 9 June 13 R. C. A. Victor vs. Phillips "66" May 11 June 15 Hub Clothiers vs. R. C. A. Victor May 14 June 18 Algona U. D. M. vs. Sinclair May 16 June 19 Skelly Oil vs. Phillips "68" May 18 June 20 R. C. A. Victor vs. Sinclair May 21 June 21 Skflly Oil vs. Hub Clothiers May 23 June 22 Algona U. D. M. vs. Phillips "66" May 25 June 25 Skelly oil vs. Sinclair May 28 June 26 Hub Clothiers vs. Phillips "66" May 31 June 27 Algona U. D. M. vs. R. C. A. Victor .. . .June 1 June 28 June 29 July 2 July 5 July 6 July 9 July 10 July 11 July 12 July 13 July 16 July 18 July 20 July 23 July 25 Julv 27 July 30 Aug. 1 Aug. 3 Aug. 6 Aug. 8 Aug. 10 Aug. 13 Aug. 15 Aug. 17 Aug. 20 Aug. 22 Aug. 24 Aug. 27 Aug. 29 Aug. 31 TITONKA HIGH BALL TEAM BEATS BDRT TO CAPTURE COUNTY TITLE Score, 4 to 3; Juniors Also Win, Defeating Bancroft Titonka: Titonka continued its winning streak by taking into camp the strong Burb aggregation, last year baseball champions. By beating Burt, Titonka won the Kossuth county championship in a thrilling ball game held at Bancroft Wednesday afternoon. Both teams played bang up ball and the game was on ice till a homer by Bill Kennedy, hard hitting third basemen for Titonka, put Tike in the running-, then a single followed by another homer by Art Asklns, Tltonka's slugging second basemen put them in the lead which was never given up. A nice crowd witnessed the game and were well repaid by the brand of ball displayed by both teams. Burt played their usual fine game of ball but it was just Titonka's day to win. This victory adds one more trophy to their collection. The final count was Titonka 4, Burt 3. Batteries for Titonka, Bockelman. Rackow and Bockelman. for Burt, Riddle, Schrader and Sigsbee. Not to be out done by the older high school team the Junior high set out to make a name for themselves by going to Bancroft Friday afternoon and beat- Ing them 22 to 2. Then the team went back again Saturday morning and took Swea City 9 to 2, polishing off Ledyard 2 to 1 to take the tournament. Burt Girls Defeat Ledyard in K-Ball Burt: Th« Burt girls Journeyed to Ledyard last Thursday and played a game of kittenball, the Burt girls coming out at the long end of a 6-3 score. There will be another game Thursday afternoon when the Fenton girls play K-Ball Lineups Include Changes and New Faces on the Burt diamond, the coach. Miss Elghme Is g®&$8&QK^^ H< With Cylinders Loaded full of Sinclair Gasoline will make your driving easier. Congratulations to The Aljjona Kittenball League on the Start of Another ll\g Year. Sinclair Service State and Jones Streets. Gas, Oil, Tank Wagon Service :Q»iC8#a££k0amD.0aJXka£^^ JWJUWUJVWWWWU^^ As the kittenball season swings into action this week, team managers have announced their lineups, and player rosters for the season. They are as follows: Phillips "66" The 1932 champions will not have the same lineup that they presented last season, although they have a majority of their men back in the fold, accord- Ing to Manager George Lee. The roster includes Don Smith, Lampright, Kuhn, Roy Lee. Oregorson, Frank Smith. Leo Swanson, Watts, Hegarty Lee and Gronbach. Sketly OH Ono of the three strongest teams, judging by comparison, will b» this aggregation. Ernie Godfredson has gathered together a strong aggregation, consisting of himself, Hemphill, Witkopf, Wander, Tom Stevenson, Bennett. Don Boren, Bennigen, Waldron, Benschoter and Smith. Sinclair Oil This is one of the new teams, and a dark horse, but the league welcomes them, as they bring some new players into action. The team lineup includes Ed Ostrum, Thissen. Ostwinkle. Taylor, Charles Dahlhauser, Oook, Joe Dahlhauser. Loss. Baker, Evans, Schwing and Bernard Dahlhauser. RCA-Victor Ed Holecek evidently dldn;t like last place last year, so this team started its rebuilding early and today has one, if not the strongest lineup on paper in the league. They rate among the first three, along with Phillips and Skellv Their raster Includes Pommcrenlng Vlnson, Cretzmeyer, Rising, Art Nordstrom, Howard Nordstrom, Cress, Gles Pearson and Russ Medin. Upper Des Moines About all we can say for this outfit is that it will be in there battling. The lineup includes M. A. Sjostrand, Ken Mercer, Agard. Scanlan, Walker, Waller. Butler, Cullen, Sprague, Kuerker, Robinson and Twogood. Hub Clothiers Another new team, this outfit includes some wry prominent young athletes of tho city. In the lineup of Pido Medin, Omar Kelly. Bruns, Ken Samp, Bob Past. Bob Williams, McDonald, Soll- strom, D. Shackleford. Miner and F. Shackleford. Funeral Tuesday at German Valley For Mrs. Heyes Lakota: Mrs. Lucy Heyes, from southeast of town passed away Saturday afternoon at the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the German Valley church and burial was made beside her husband who passed away last fall. She leaves three sons and two daughters to mourn. Play Ball Success to the Kitten- ball League in 1934. And you'll never strike out by using Skelly products. Skelly ^Service Station UYWWVrWWVVlf ' 300 W. State St. Mrs. R. L. Williams spent several days in Minneapolis last week. LaVern Liesveld spent Sunday at tlu- home of his aunt, Mrs. Wade Ball. Miss G*rtnide Wortman spent the week end at George visiting relatives. Rev. A. P. Boese attended the funeral of Rev. Meyer at Behnond Friday. Mrs. John H. Meyer, Sr., Ivis ixvti visiting the past week with lie;- daughters at Albert Lea. The Marc Moore family of Algonu .sjjent last Sunday afternoon ul the home of the Wade Balls. Mrs. Fred Park of Algona was a visitor last Wednesday at the Frank Miller and Wade Ball homes. Rev. A. F. Boese attended the Lutheran conference at Alta Vista oa Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Win'or and son, Donald, and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Koppen and daughter, Elaine, spent Thursday evening at Hie Wade Bull home. Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerking. Mrs. J R. Holland and Mrs. J. E. Ukena attended the joint meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery and Pre&byterial at Jefferson on April 24 and 25. Miss Marie Kronback of Lamberton, Minn., arrived last Friday to spend n few days here at the home of he aunt, Mrs. Marie Strobel and with otli- tr relatives and friends in thv: vicinity. The last lesson of the second year home mangpment course, "The 1934 Kitchen" was given at the home of Mrs. J H. Warburton Monday afternoon to Ledyard, Lincoln, Hebron and Springfield townships. Mrs. Michael Winter of Mason City spent several days the past week visiting here at the C. K. Rippeutrop E. A. Wortuian and Andrew Jansen homes. Mr. and Mrs. Janacn and son. Lament, took Mrs. Winter to her home Saturday and they visited there until Sunday. The Acorn dub w&£ entertained at tike home of Mrs. A. C. Schissel on last Thursday afternoon. The program consisted of Hudson River by Mrs. Lola Hamquist, Rio Grand River, by Jeannette Musamaa. Yukon River by Alice Murray, piano solo by Elaine Johnson. TRACKMEN WILL VIE FOR HONORS AT ESTHERVILLE Squad of Ten Will Seek Honors; Enter Four Relay Teams The Algona high track team will take part in the Estherville Invitational track and field meet, Saturday. Mercrr will take a squad of about ten to the affair. The team was idle last week end. bring unable to go to the Drake Relays. Cretzmeyer will run in the 100 and 220 yard events; Devlne will bo entered in the mile run: Sarchett in tho 440 yard dash, McCullough lii the 220 yard low hurdles. SVmcklcford and Guderian in the half mile, Sigsbee in the pole vault. D. Post in the discus and high Jump. Cretzmeyer in the broad jump, and Bruns in the javelin. Tn the relays. Coach Mercer will use Guderian, Bruns. McCullouRh and Shackleford in the football shuttle. McCullough, Sarchett.. Guderian and Cretzmeyer in trn> half mile relay. Bruns, Post. Shackleford and Snr- chetb will run In the mile relay. San^s will make the trip as an alternate. According to the local coach, plan's for a conference track meet have Just about been completely dropped. BANCROFT NEWS A baby girl was born to Mr. nnd Mrs, Thomas Von Bank Sunday morning. Dr. R. E. Weber attended a veterinarians' meeting in Port Dodge last Thursday. Miss Juanlta Underkofler of Lecl- yard visited Sunday at tho home of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Dcvine. Mr. and Mrs. Al Frangman from Alta visited the Mark Dyer nnd Frank Fangman homes here Sunday. Andrew Borons of Chicago came home Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. peter B-erens. He returned to his home Sunday evening. Emmet Devino. oldest son of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Devine, drove home for the week end from Ames Friday evening. He returned to his studies Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Underkofler drove to Des Moines Sunday on business. On their return trip they stopped at Belmond to visit Mr. and Mrs. Jess Underkofler. A play was presented by the eighth grade pupils of St. John's school which waa a success Sunday evening. The acting was excellent nnd the crowc was fairly good. Ervln Rahe arrived home Friday evening to attend the approaching mar- raige of Ms brother, George to Miss Armclla Menke, which takes place on Tuesday morning. Ervin returned this week to his studies In Dubuqw. Vera Mae. five year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bohnkendorf, cnught her arm In the washing machine wringer last Tuesday. She was rushed to the hospital and everything possible was done to .save the arm. She remained at the hospital until Sunday. when her parents drovo to Iowa City with li<r to enter the haspltnl there. oo:ooooooooooooooooc>oooc>ooc BURT NEWS I Lyla Olson is 111 with pneumonia following the measles. Mrs. Bertha Schwietert was a r;"est of Mrs. Ida Anderson Sunday. Genevleve Patterson was ill and unable to attend school lost week. L. M. Owens of Algona spent Saturday at the W. E. Grover home. Mr. Fardal attended the Drake Relays at Dt's Moines last Saturday. W. If. Smith has not been as well ns usual and is confined to his home. John Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'arter is 111 with glandular trouble Mis.s Edna Sperring of Thompson ti assisting at the C. E. Moore home. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kubey spent Sunday at Allies at the Quemin Carey lowie. Lloyd Schenck drove to Jackson. Min- lesota, on business Thursday of last, week. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Ellsworth of Humbold t calh-d at, the B. V. Daniels home Thursday. Mr. unti Mrs. Peter LooH anil childrtn 1X.-IU Sunday at the Alga Hanson home in Algoaa. About twenty Masons from Burl attended tlie Fathers and SOILS banquet at Algona. Dr. M. O. Bourne and Mis. Opal Morrison were Sunday guests at the Dr. W. T. Peters home. WV\*A/WWVWW.SrWWWW,/y :j The Cheapest and Best Silo On the Market for the Money Today Intel-lucking Cement 5 Stave Silo made of'Ev- erlasting Material." Order now for early order discount. We take in old silo.s. E. A. Behrends Fairmont, Minn. 18* "I wwwvuvwwwwvt rWYVUW Mrs. NrM N-ralson of Sprnorr visite-i her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs.'Jamos Arm- ."-trotif Sunday evening. The Woman's club will have n May breakfast, at tho hcmo of Mrs. K. J. Smith Friday morning. Hoi Us Trainer has moved into the Raney Blrich house in the south par: of town. HP moved Monday. D. L. McDonald went to Dos Moinrs on Thursday of last week. He nttend- 'd the Drake Relays Saturday. Mrs. Ocorue Gray was token to Rochester. Minn., where six- will enter the Mayo hospital for treatment. Fred Lnvrenz nnd crow of carpenters loft Tuesday for Adam. Minn., wlvre hry havr n job of carpenter work. Mrs. Tillle Drxtor returned home on Sunday from Osapp and Mason City where she has boon visiting her slstor. Mr. and Mrs. Maynnrd Bockworth r"- turncd homo Sunday after visiting a wrok at St. Paul, Waterloo and Charles City. Mrs. Al Sta-clilp returned home Monday after a two weeks visit with friends and relatives in Mitchell, South Dakota. Mrs. Aurilla Coffin accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Harry McMurray to hrv home in Algona Sunday evening for a visit. Eugonia Mae Kriethe was nblo to return to school Monday after an illness from an infection in her throat and head. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Po.torsen of Titonka and Mrs. Kenglo of Minneapolis called at the B. V. Daniels home Sunday. Mls?os Mattio Warner and Eva Whitney drove to Cedar Falls Friday where they spfnt the week end at the home of Mrs. Mantor. Mrs. Roy Stoddard of Denver, Colorado, culled at the Allen Carr home last Priday. She was cnroute to Rsthcrville to visit, relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell Hammerstrom and sons drove to Sioux City Sundiy whoro they visited Mr. Hammers!rom's noth-rr and sister. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Stewart recently visited Dr. C. J. Prinilslng nnd family nt Molvin and the Clyde Gurrtln fnm- ly at Sibloy, Iowa Mr. nnd Mrs. N. E. Bnrtlett. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rrld nnd Harloy Bnrt- •ctt. of Algona .spent Sunday evening nt the W. A. Ladendorf home. Mrs. Estel Rontz went to Iowa City ast week where she entered the University hospital for treatment. Word was received here Saturday saying she "ind her tonsils removed. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mnckey visited VIrs. Elizabeth Patterson Saturday. They were enroutc to their home In Plpestone, Minnesota, after visiting their daughter nt Vaiwtta. Mr. and Mrs. c. I. Mansmlth and children, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dorsey to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Puffer near C'orwlth Sunday where th«y spent the day. Mr. «nd Mrs. O W. Blelch and their daughter. Viola and Don Cunningham of Algona drove to Richmond. Minn., Sunday to visit Mr. Blelch's mother, nnd the Ofcar Anderson family. Misses Anna Overgaard and Charlott Warrior, who have had rooms nt the H. W. Trainer home, moved to the Dr. J. G. Clnpsnddle home Saturday as the Trainers have moved to a smaller house. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelll<j brought John Murray home Monday. He has boon nt the Nellls home for several woek.<. Mr. and Mr.s, Nellls returned to heir homo at Eastman, Minn., Sundny evening. Last Saturday was Fred RingsdnrfV: birthday and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. I, stnft. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Boottchrr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace Rat lured nt tho Ringsdorf home and gnvo Mr Rlnssdovi a surprise. Cake nnd ice cream wr-tv servpd. Burt- Tho Woman's rlufo mot, at tha homo nf Mrs. J. T. Hoanpy Monday niirhf. Tho following; program was Riven. -Important. Tax cliftnifes Confront Us." by Mis<; Annn Ovrrgflnrd. book re- fMv by Mrs. Oliver Graham. Refreshments were sorvod. Call for ;i Cnse Tnday Hamm's, brown bottles Old Style Lager Golden Glow Budweiser Schiltz and all other brands 12 or 24 bottle cases JOE BLOOM Plenty of pnrkini? spaeo in b:ick of t.lio. store. RCA VICTOR The Loader in H;idio Dvvrlop- mont—tune in your baseball broadcasts on this Wonder Met, {triced from $18.95 to $240 ( 'onjrratnlaf ions to League on the 10:U Season. star The t of Aliro a lie tin Kittonbnll 'cord-Breaking For County Attorney I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of County Attorney of Kossuth county, Iowa, subject to the will of the Democrat ic voters at, tho primary election. Your vote and support will bo appreciated. MAURICE C. McMAHON 16-17 HOLECEK Radio Shop Health! Hearty Congratulations to The Altfon.-i Kittenball Teams as they enter another season of play. Sport" such as this builds sound bodies and minds, and is an asset, to the commnnitv. Dr. F. C. 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