The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1934 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 10, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 10,1934 SPORTING KEWS oftti& DAV Algona High Trackmen Annex Conference Cinder Title; To Enter District TACKLE DISTRICT MEET THIS WEEK AT MASON CITY Cretzmeyer Scores 20 of Team's 48% Points; Guderian Ends Track Career The Algona high school track team, composed of only nine men, and with the absence of a well balanced list of entries in the weight events, nevertheless put up a stout front at the North Central Six conference meet at Hampton, Saturday, and carried off the conference title. The directors of the conference decided on the preceding day to hold the meet Algona had planned on entering the Esthervllle invitational. but was forced to withdraw at th? last minute. The summary of pointer Algona 481,4 Clarion 37 ib Webster City 34U. Hampton 18 Humboldt 12'i Chuck Cretzmeyer scored 20 points to lead the field, and set a new record In the conference 100 yard dash, stepping the distance in 10 seconds flat. He also ran in the 880 yard relay teair.. which placed second. Chuck copped the 100. 220, 220 low hurdles and shot put to mak<? it a full afternoon. Shackleford took over the mile and half mile runs, Rudy Guderian. running his last meet, took second in the half mile, Bruns was fourth in the broad jump, Sigsbee tied for second in the pole vault, Sarchett was second in the 440 yard dash, and McCullough was fourth In the 220 dash and 220 yard low hurdles, to account for the other individual points. The Red and Black relay teams took second in the 800 and mile. McClllough. Ouderian. Sigsbep and Cretznwyer composed the 880 team, and Shackleford, Post, Ouderian and Sarchett ran on the mile combination. Either Friday or Saturday of this week the locals will enter the district meet at Mason City, where qualifying time will be taken for entry to the state meet. Mercer's men will not have easy RO- infc. Charte.s City. Dubuque. Oelwein and Mason City are but a few of the competitors. Close Games Mark First Round of Play in the Kittenball League K-Ball 1*8 rue Standings (np until Wed., May 9) Team W RCA-Victor ............... I A. V. D. M ................ 1 0 Sinclair .................... t * Skdly ..................... l> 1 Hub Clothing .............. 0 2 The city kittenball league entered Its second round of play this week, with close games being recorded In the opening frames, and promise of a much closer and better race than was the ca^e a year ago. The schedule for this week finds the Upper Des Moines and Skelly teams tangling last night (game too late for sports page tabulation!. RCA and Phillips meetinp in the feature of the week on Friday, and the Hub Clothiers and RCA teams tangling next Monday evening. The Upper Des Moines draws next Wednesday, with the Sinclair Oils as opponent*. Hub 8, Upper D. M. 10 After taking a lead of 10 to 3. the Upper D?s Moines aggregation faced a late Hub Clothing rally which almost proved disastrous. Dusk settling over the field made playing equally difficult for batter and fleld-er but Dick Cowan. who pitched a great game, held the Hub sluggers in check to hurl his team to victory. Nanny Bruns at third. Post at second and Sellstrom at short starred for the Hub ten. The game was played Wednesday of last week. RCA 3, Skelly 2 Two evenly matched teams faced each other. Rising took the mound duties for the RCA when Fommerennlng, slated to do the RCA hurling, was unable to play, due to a broken wrist. The teams left little to choose between and each is igoing to be one of the league's most formidable opponents. The Skelly team has as good a lineup as any in the league, with Pete Waldron. one of the league's best, handling the pitching assignment. Sinclair 7, Hub 4 Baker's triple In the third broke up inning, what started out as a tight ball feame. With two men on, he lifted one Into the left field trees that put the Sinclair team into a lead it never lost. Later in the fray the Hub team began to connect with Oasey Loss' offerings, but pulled out of all pinches. Ken Samp hurled for the Hub. "Fido" Medin in left field and Bruns at third turned in exceptionally good work in the field, with "Cutle" Post also stopping a number of solid smacks. The lights for the athletic field ar« awaiting the arrival of 60 foot poles, which had to be obtained on the Pacific coast. Ledyard Family Holds Reunion Ledyard: Mrs. August Spnuik entertained h«r sons and daughters at a family reunion Sunday. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hanun, of Nevada, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hanun, of Madella, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Weldencamp of Spirit Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wenzel and Lyla Hamm of Ledyard. Obtains School Job at Pocahontas Ledyard: On last Monday evening Miss Norma Kelly drove to Pocahontas, where she interviewed the school board and while there accepted the position as commercial teacher for the coming year. The community regrets to see Miss Kelly leave. WOMAN DIES IN SLEEP; SERVICES HELD SUNDAY Mrs. Julius Maahs Was born in Germany; Husband, 7 Children Survive Mothers Program at Sexton on Sunday Sexton: A Mothers' Day program will be given at the church next Sunday evening, beginning about 7:30. There will be short plays, songs, and drills. Everyone Is welcome to attend. WHITTEMORE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Harvo Dailcy were in Fonda Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCreery. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kollasch, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kollasch. 8r., went to Wilmont, Minn.. Thursday to visit Mrs. Anna Schrier. mother of Mrs. Fred Kollasch, who Is very ill Steve Cole of Cedar Falls visited the J. 8. Culten home here and Joe McTigue home at Emmetsburg Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. cole and son has been here the past two weeks. Vincent Elbert had the misfortune to cut his arm recently. He was trimming a horse's hoof and the knife slipped cutting a gash in his left fore arm. It required five stitches to close the wound. morning from Chicago where she and momnlg from Chicago where she and tier father went two weeks ago. Mr Burke remained longer for treatment. His many friends arc glad to learn that he is improving. About 45 relatives surprised Frank Balgeman on his 59th birthday, recently. The evening was spent playing five hundred after which lunch was served. Rev. and Mrs. W. H. DUcher went to Carroll Thursday to attend the funera! of the former's aunt, Louise Morting who died at Rochester. LEDYARD BASKETBALL BOYS RECEIVE GOLD TROPHIES FOR EXCELLENT WORK Bancroft Defeats Lone Rock Ball Nine Lone Rock: Lone Rock baseball team played ball with, Bancroft last Tuesday on the local diamond. The score was 11 to 6 in favor of Bancroft. Last Wednesday they played Seneca at Seneca and the score was 9 to 5 in favor of Lone Rock. Bancroft Defeats Fairmont, 5 to 4 Bancroft: The Bancroft Lions won from Fairmont Sunday by a score of S to 4. The game was tied in the first of the ninth but Lawrence made a score, putting Bancroft ahead. Dr. R. E. Weber's father from Alona visited in Bancroft last Thursday. Charles Bak-er underwent an operation at his home Monday. Dr. J. A. Devlne and Dr. R. M. Wallace performed the operation. Mr. and Mrs George Rahe returned from their honeymoon which was spent In the east Sunday. They will live on a farm north of Bancroft. Rev. Robert Quinn visited with his mother. Mrs. Bridget Quinn last Tuesday and Wednesday. Father Quinn is stationed at St. Benedict. Ten friends .surprised Peggy Deitering last Friday on her llth birthday. The girls came after school and spent the evening playing games. A delightful lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Saunders and John Sheridan drove to Des Moines Sunday to be there to attend the Democratic meeting which was held Monday evening. A big dinner and dance were the features of the evening. The party returned that night. Friends and relatives of Mr, and Mrs. N. E. Sheridan pleasantly surprised tl« in Sunday to help them celebrate their 40th anniversary which was May 1st. About 58 guests were pit-sent Lunch was brought by those attending and five hundred was played. A smal purse was given the coupk. ALL STAR Boxing and Wrestling 1M rounds of Boxing. 1 Wre<lliii<j; Mat«-h At I. 0. 0. F. Hall, Algona THURSDAY NIGHT, MAY 10 A jj;oo<l dean ni^lit 's entertainment. liv sonn- of the best lioxers in this part of the state. Louis Wildin vs. Bud Rule (Box 6 rounds) Nick Olson vs Harold Blue (2 out of 3 falls) Other Awards Also Made at Purple and Gold Banquet Ledyard: On Saturday evening the Purple and Gold Activity Association •ield their second annual banquet in he gymnasium. The room and tables were beautifully decorated with the school colors, purple and gold. The 'ollowing program was given with Tilmer Halverson acting as toastmaster: Streamers, Lillian Sanders; Behind the Curtains, Lyla Hamm; Scoring Power, Kenneth Thompson; Harmony. James Logan; introduction of speaker, Mr. .auritzen; address, Supt. E A. Ralson of West Union; To the 1933-34 Basketball Team, Elvin Carpenter. Elvin Carpenter representing the Community lub. presented the flrst team basketball boys with miniature gold basketballs. Miss Kitley then presented the iterary awards. Miss Stranahan the forenslcs, Mr. Barrett the music and Mr. LaurUzen the athletic. Those who received literary awards: balls were Kenneth Thon-p-son, Leonard Warner, Jack Moul'.on. Arvki Brandt, William Barnes and Alfred Lloyd. Those who received forensic awards were James Logan, Kenneth Thompson and Lyla Hamm. Those who received literary awards Idah Telcamp, Tilmer Halverson, Lilian Sanders, James Logan, Lillian Klinkstek, Ella Goetz. LaVaur. Tarrell, Anna Jones and AHthia Brack. Those who recMvcd honor stripes for mui-ic were Henrietta O'Keefe, Lillian Kinkslek. Albert Goe'z. Ella Goetz, ly- ,a Hamm, Maynard Whi:« a:id Alice Hagge. Thoso who rcceivd chenille letters in music were: Kenneth Thomson, Tilmer Halverson. Polanl Smith. Jas. Logan, Lillian Sanders. Aiethia Brack, Adah and Ida Telcamp. Those who received tli"ir ' rr.usio ktters or monogranv, wero: Lois Wilson, Luetta Gelhaus. Edith Logan, Howard Dyer. Melvin Logeman. C!eo Gable. LaVaun Farrell, and Esther Jim- kemcter. Mrs. John Huff is again quite ill, she suffered another attack Thursday evening and is confined to her bed. Little Donald Neahring who has been ill the past two weeks, is some better but is still unable to be out very much. Mrs. Harvey Steven entertains the Sexton Ladies Aid at her home Thursday afternoon of this week. Everyone is invited. Virginia Hamilton left Sunday for EstherviUe where she will stay a few days with her sister, Mrs. Joseph King and family near there. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor, sons, Rex and Dean, Earl and Lulu Aman and Robert and Eleanor Frascr spent. Sunday afternoon at Plum Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Richards of Algona drove out and spent the day Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter, Edith. Mrs. Arlene Pasley and children drove to Burt Sunday afternoon where they spent the afternoon visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. John Dacken and family. Mrs. James Brophy received a telegram Saturday afternoon, stating the death of her brother-in-law, Lou Weav- T at his home in Sherwood, North 'Dakota, on Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner and little daughter of near Algona w»r» Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John V. Huff. Mr. Huff and Mrs. Gardner are brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Kirschbaum and 2 children, Kathryn and Leo, Mitchell Taylor and Lois Miller were all Sunday evening supper guests at the homo of Mrs. Kirschbaum'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Etsenman and family near Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley, daughter, Naomi DeWllde and the latter's daughter, Constance Joy, all of Mason City, were Sunday dinner guests at he home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sand- TS. Mrs. Hawley and Mrs. Sanders are sisters. Cresco Folks Are Recuperating From Operation, Illness CH-SC-J: Lr wis Wildin. Sr.. at the University hospital at Iowa City, is doing as well as couJd be expected following his operation a week ago Monday and u> able to .sit up, Sunday being the Jlr» time. His daughter Mary anci Is on ard Francis went down Saturday. Mr. Frances had busmen at Cedar Rapid.; and they returned Sunday evening Mr:, George Wildin wa.s qm'c .sick j ix-.t we- tc buttering from quuu-.y and ton.-ill'1.1 ai.d little June Wildin Ls in ! tc.'.ool again niter .1 week of illne.-». i Will Kl'j-Acr.i ol Fort Dodge ha.s been :is- bistini; Ci«-ori;«' Wildin two w- eks :trd wen-, t) at the home of iiLi mule Tom ijciit-ail-T i.ear Wln'.lemore. Whittemore: Fftends of Mrs. Julius Maahs were surprised Thursday morning when they heard she had passed away during the night. She had suffered several years with heart trouble. Juliana Metscher was born in Altenwalde Province, Germany, Dec. 22, 1861 and it was here on May 10, 1881 that | she was united in marriage to Julius Maahs. In 1882 the Maahs came to the United States, settling at Platteville, Wis. In 1891 they came to Whittemore and settled on a farm soutKwest of town. Seven years ago they retired and moved to town. To this union eight children were born: August, having died in infancy. The husband and seven children survive her. They are: Will of Nashua, Minn., Anna at home, John of Rodman, Fred of Campbell, Minn., Herman and Ed of Whittemore and George of Rodman. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon ot 2 o'clock from St. Paul's Lutheran church. Rev. Stahmer of Fairville had charge of the services. Burial was made in the cemetery south of town. The pall bearers were all neighbors, being August Schatschneider. Gerhart Wehrsjjan. J. H. Helmke, Fred Straecker, Otto Hahn and Henry Kuecker. Out of town relatives to attend the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Fre.3 Maaha of Campbell, Minn., Wm. Maahs and daughter, Esther, Nashua. Minn., Henry Maahs. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maahs, Mrs. George Maahs. Conrad Maahs all of Potosi, WTs.. Ernest Osterndorf. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Osterndorf of Platteville, Wis.. and Mrs. Mary Gake of Dubuque. Herbert Zumach is on the sick list this week. George Schatz of Emmetsburg was n town Wednesday. Susie Goeders Is confined to her home at Cylinder with a case of tonsllitis. Mrs. Jerry Sullivan and Infant son, Patrick Henry, left the hospital Friday. E. C. Jackman was In Council Bluffs Wednesday and in Mapleton, Minn., on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Burdine and Mrs. Alice Cairy were in Algona Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Godden of Algona visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Higgins Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy and family of Algona visited Mr. and Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr., Sunday. John Steil. Howard Steil and sons, Donald and Dean of Emmetsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. 8. J. Hayes Saturday. Jackie Hayes, who spent last week there, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brennan and son. Pat of Emmetsburg visited Mr. and Mrs. Will Kelly Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Wilson and two daughters of Des Moines spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hoch. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Haag were released from the scarlet fever quarantine Thursday. One child only was ill. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Butler and their daughter, Ruth Ann of Algona visited relatives and friends Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Paige and family of Mason City visited Mr. and Mrs. Guy Farrell and other relatives Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Fandel, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kaschmttter visited Mr. nd Mrs. Herman Bode at Cbrwlth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cullen and Patricia Ann visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe McTigue and Sunday. Mr. and family at Emmetsburg on Mrs. Maurice Mallory are the parents of a baby girl born on Tuesday. They have a family of four children. Mrs. E. J. Butler and daughter, Ruth Ann, Eileen O'Brien and Kathleen Holtzbauer of Algona visited relatives and friends Sunday. Robert Braatz and family and Mrs. Lewis Braatz and children were in Blue Earth, Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Braatz. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gcelan, Mr. and Mrs. John Uhlenhake went to Des Moines Sunday to attend the Young Democrats meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Honkenherry and daughter velma Mae and Mrs. Elmer Jensen of Mason City visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pinnell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John McTlgrue and Mr. and Mrs. John Ivers of Spencer visltad Mrs. Irene Rooney Sunday evening. They were enroute home from Mason City. There has been some moving the past week. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Culten moved to Mason City, Mr. and MS*. Kern Elerlck moved to the apartments vacated by the Cullens. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hayes moved to the Herman Bter- stedt residence and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Brogan to the house vacated by the Hayes. GOING FISHING ? We have a very complete line of fishing tackle this season, and at prices so that all can go. Fish Rods 75c to $6.75 Fish Reels, (level winding) $1.00 to $10.50 Fish Lines 5c to $2.50 Assorted Baits 15c to $1.25 Tackle Boxes $1.00 to $5.50 Minnow Pails 85c to $2.50 Fish Hooks 5c dozen Cork Floats 5c each Sinkers 5c dozen and many other items to make your fishing trips successful ones ;| And Don't Forget We Have These Seasonable Items Garden Seed in bulk Garden tools and plows Arsenate of Lead Poultry Supplies Rising's Chick Feed Collar Pads Harness Sundries PAINTS Fly Spray Dip Automobile Oil Separator Oil Linseed Oil Turpentine ' Washing Machine Oil VARNISHES ENAMELS Nelson Hardware Have One on Us~ A SPRING COAT FREE With Every Suit at $19.50 and Better Thurs., Friday, Saturday Only These- Spring Overcoats are (Jrav, Tweedy Fuhries and Ifain-prooC Sixes :!4 tii 44. WWVWVWWWWWVJV^ ;• Welcome to Algona, Trade Extension Days Dodge-Plymouth on Display Now Hide in them, Drive them, and You'll know Why they are meeting with such great popular aeclaim. ELBERT'S GARAGE VWUVVWUVVVW '£. Huldn-ti of Spcnci-i' VL-.HI-U Monday al til- Win Runcht-y hoir.t:. Ifr. and Mrs. Nick Wa^ru-r vtsitrd the former's parents at Mallard Tufc.->day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert, Hundley visited Sunday at the Walter Milans near Webb. Stephen Lai=, Sr., id doing well and expected to leave the liospual the nn>t of next week. Mr. and Mrs. Fertiley Runchey of Emnietbburg spent Sunday evening it the Wm. Runchey home. Mr. and Mri. W. H. Brandow 2nd sons, Kenneth, Ellsworth and Lloyd spent Sunday at Lost Island. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Reid and Prances, north of Whiuemore were visitors Sunday at the C. H. Potter home. The 15-month old and only child of Mr. aJid Mrs. Tom Sheaiter ia very ill. A doctor and specialist at Fort Dodge pronounced it unusual, enlargement of the liv«r. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Clayton and Jeanne were among gue»ui Saturday evening entertained by the teachers, Misses Hattie Wilson and Evalyn Walters of Algona. Mr. and Mis. Andrew Hauaen now of Titonka were also guests. Howard Wttham s'iflered a broken rib and bruised hand last week by a kick from a horse and the wittuains also lost 30 setUutf liens by tire Wednesday. A passing neighbor came Just as the family were aroused. OU^r t&uldings were saved. qpl • \\J II Another nice l..t of MEN'S and YOUNG I nISfVCCK MEN ' SSUITS>ili( ' Vt ' 1 ' y ' lt ' wm(Ml< ' laI ' <li ' ah " ric. Very Special Values $14.50 $19.50 $24.50 $29.50 The Better Ones Made By Hart Schaffner & Marx Another New Lot of FREEMAN Sport Oxfords $2.95 $4.00 $5.00 NEW SHIPMENT VAN HEU8EN SHIRTS for those who like tke best $1.95 NIFTY TOGS For Little Boy* MOTHEB8 You'll lake Them The HUB Leuthotd- WiJhan ALGONA. IOWA MEN'S Nainaook Athletic Union Fine Count, Saubtoertaack. 2 for $1.00

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