The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1934 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, AJgona, Iowa, May 24, 1931 SPORTIG NEWS o/%v Seven Matches on Wrestling, Boxing Match Card Tonight Sioux City Sailor Coming Here on Headline Mitt Bout TEXAS RULES GOVERN WRESTLING TUSSLE A big boxing and wrestling show is scheduled for this evening in the I. O O. P. hall, with an eight round fistic match headlining the bill. Red Weech ia to referee and Joe Bloom will act as announcer. Texas rules, which allow plenty, will prevail In the wrestling matches. The program follows: Preliminaries (4 rounds) Oordon Worster, Algona (147 lbs> vs Wild Boar, Humboldt 145 Ibs). Wendell Jergenson, Algona (135 Ibs) vs Bud Munson. West Bend (135 Ibs.). Dean Jergenson. Algona (92 IDS.) vs Young Olson, Algona (92 Ibs.). Eddie Johnson, Algona (88 Ibs.) vs Arnold Peterson, Algona (90 Ibs.). Semi Windnp (6 rounds) Kenneth Haviland, Humboldt (145 Ibs.) vs Charles Hughes, Algona (145 Ibs.). Wrestling—Texas Rates Nick Olson, Humboldt (155 Ibs.) vs Bud Rule, Ftort Dodge (145 Ibs.). Best two out of three falls. Boxing- (8 rounds) Louis Wlldln, Algona (140 Ibs.) vs Sailor Thonlgar. Sioux City 135 lb?.). As we get it, the Sailor, (who Is going to meet Battling Wildin, the local boy, Is a former lightweight champ in the navy, and some slugger, but Wlldin has been coming along fast, and doesn't seem to look forward to the meeting with any foreboding, and naturally Kossuth county Is hopeful that he will slap down the visitor. The doors open at 7:45 p. m. and the bouta will start at 8:45 o'clock. Ad- mlfBion will be 34 cents plus tax, and ringside, 39 cents plus tax. Small Lone Rock Boy Scalds Hand Lone Rock: Ralph, Jr., the three year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hulbert received a severely scalded hand Friday, when he accldently put his hand Into hot water. 24AWARDEDA'S FOR ATHLETIC AND DEBATE ACTIVITIES Four Yell Leaders, Cage, Tracks Stars Get Awards > Will you accept this FREE book? LISTEN IN TONIGHT Floyd Gibbon* on th« Johni-MonvilU Radio program, with $1.000.000 to Und for homo improvement! and repairi . . . offering a free book, crammed full of interesting ihlngi you can do to make your home more up*to-dare . . . more comfortable . . . happierl Lilian In ... then atk ut for your copy of this amazing boot. It'f absolutely FREE! BOTSFORD Lumber Company Phone 25(5 Jim Pool, Twenty-four letters w<:re awarded to athletes and debaters, as well as four high school yell leaders, at a school assembly. Monday. The presentation ceremony marked the end of athletic and debate careers for a large number of the seniors. The awards follow: Basketball Dick Post. Charles Cretzmeyer. Robert Sellstrom, Richard Shackleford. RU.SS Meriln, Howard Medln. John Shiltz. Clarence Bruns, Bob Spencer and Bob Post. Track Rudy Guderian, Charles Cretzmeyer. Richard Shackleford and Allan Sarchett. Yell Leaders Wayne Moore, Palmer Sellstrom, Edith Roedcr and Ila Leffert. Debate Bob Richardson, Gertrude Nelson, Virginia Schoby, John Chrlstensen, Max Miller and Walter Beardsley. 1 St. Joe Diamond Team Takes 18-8 Win Over Irvington St. Joe: After a somewhat shaky ftart the St. Joe Cardinals settled down nnd spanked Irvington last Sunday by a score of 18 to 8. The Cards held a 7 to 3 lead in the early innings only to hm\» Irvington tie the score at 7 all in the fourth. Going into the seventJi and the score still deadlocked the Cardinals staged a four run rally and then clinched the game In the next frame with a seven run rally. Tho battery for St. Joe was Klein and Thul, and for Irvington Ramus and Stripling*. Next Sunday the Cardinals will play their first home game, tangling with the crack Llvermore nine. Llvcrmore boasts a strong lineup, including the two Mnlloy brothers, who will well remembered by the St. Joe fans, because boys starred for St. Joe some years ago and everyone will be anxious to .ve them back, although this time opposing the local nine. The game will be called at 2:45. 5 Wesley Athletes Conclude Careers in Burt Ball Game Wesl-ey: Last Friday finished the baseball season for the Wesley high school. With this game the athletic careers In high school of Donald Kraus, Bernard Erdmann, Harold Lloyd, Er- wln Haynes and Joe Ormsby ended. With the aid of this above group Wesley enjoyed a very successful seftson, winning seven games while losing four. Next year will find the following men back: Clare McCall, Julius Kunz, Dennis Llckteig, Albert Llckteig, Jairte Lloyd, Donald Llckteig, Lawrence Ooctz and a few more aspirant athletes. From this squad will be moulded another supposedly good ball club. The past week resulted m two of three games being won on the local fleld. Tuesday, Wesley defeated Renwick, 6 to 5. in a close and thrilling game which was not decided until the last of the seventh inning. Playing Corwith on Thursday, Wesley put on anoUier rally In the last of the seventh to win 15 to 14. This game was a free for all as far as scoring was concerned. Coming to bat In the last of the seventh and four runs behind, Wesley pushed across five runs on four hits and two errors. This game was C'orwlth's second defeat of the season. Friday afternoon, Burt decisively trounced the high school 15 to 7, under a barrage of hits. The following are the games played during the seascn nnd the scores: LuVerne 8, Wesley 10; Bancroft 8, W-'sley 7, sectional tournament; Lu Verne 4, Wealey 8; Vernon Consolidated 3, Wesley 12; Vernon Consolidated 4, Wesley 6; Burt 6, Wesley 3; Renwlck 1, Wesley 2; Titonka 9, Wesley 6; Renwick 5, Wesley 6; Corwith 14. Wesley 15; Burt 15. Wesley 7. TEAMS BUNCHED; K-BALL TEAMS IN CLOSE GAMES Skelly, U. D. M. In Tie for First; Sinclair Tips RCA Ten MOVING WEEK IN LEDYARD CAUSES SEVERAL CHANGES Senior Class Diplomas Were Presented Last Thursday Evening Ledyard: Tills past week has again been moving week in Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mayne moved last Monday into the rooms behind the post office. On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bashara and Beverly mov^d Into rooms at the Mousal home. On Thursday the J. A. McDonald family moved into the house vacated by the Bashar&s which the McDonalds recently purchased. On Thursday the Max Nltz family moved Into the Gray house vacated by the McDonalds. Anna Jones Wins Trophy On Thursday evening the senior class of 1934 consisting of Kenneth Thompson, Alethta Brack, Anna Jones, Turner Malverson, James Login, Adah and Idah Tclcamp, Alice Loge. Malln- da Ooetz, EUvin Depplng, Roland Smith, Esther Green. Lillian Banders and Freda Schadendorf were graduated from the Ledyard high school.' The scholarship trophy was won by Anna Jones. Memorial Services Planned The Legion has planned a Memorial day program to be held in the park on Memorial day at 9:15. The drum corps will be present and H. W. Miller of Algona will be th.? speaker. In case of rain the program will be in the school. Immediately following the services In the park all will go to the cemetery where further services will be observed nnd the soldiers' graves decorated. Cretzmeyer Hits Bad Break in State Meet Cliuck Cretzmey*r, who the week before had stamped himself as one of the outstanding high school sprinters in Uie state, hud a streak of bad luck, Saturday at Uie state meet, and us a result was disqualified in U;-.- 100 yard dash, and placed fourth in the 220 da«h. In the 100. Chuck jumped the gun twice and was automatically eliminated. In the 220 dash, he jumped the gun before the first start, and then in uii effort to steady his hurried starts, got away to a. poor start. He crept toward the leaders near the finish but was forced to be content with fourth place. Study Club Elects Officers elected for the Child Life Study 'club for the coming year are Mrs. H. E. Woodward, president; Mrs. O. B. Laing, vice president; Mrs. A. Kresensky. secretary and treasurer. x&a^a^Gaff&ax^^ Tliat shabby, colorless old nig of youri — don't discard it. Send it to us to be cleaned, rejuvenated and mudu to look like new aguin. Our special process brings back thr old colors, makes rug^ lustrous as when you first bought theiw. Only the finest quality work. All cleaning jobs guaranteed. Seaid your drap-ii and curtains along too for rejuvenation. Now Is Uie time to have your straw hat cleaned. Cleaners & Tailors Photic 330 We Deliver. JSttmM^fflttCffittQ^^ Entertain 1M. E. Brotherhood I On last Monday evening the L<xl- | yard men were hosts to the Methodist Brotherhood. The Ladies' Aid ferved the dinner in tho church basement to about 125 men. Following this a program was given in the church. The high school band under the direction of V. A. Barrett played several selections and the Epworth League quartet composed of Kenneth Thompson, Jas. Logan, Tilmer Halverson and Bill Clemans sang several numbers. This wa^ followed by the address of the evening by Rev. Hoerner of the Congregational church of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoncr were Algona shoppers last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wlemer drove to Redding Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mm. Halverson of North Dakota are visiting at the home of his brother. Edward Halv'rson. The M. S. Ladies' Aid will be entertained Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Georg-t- Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobs and Maxine of Brooklyn, Iowa, .-.pent several days this past week at the Hartshorn home. On Thursday morning the studt-nUs of tile Ledyard school presented a pageant. "Peace Among Nations" on the tcliool ground*. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilcox of Vincent, Iowa, are the proud parents oi a baby girl bom May Mtii. Her sister. Margaret Zielske Is there caring for Mrs. Wilcox and babe. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Link, and cluld- ren drove to Port Dodge Sunday. From there Mrs. Link and children went on to Sioux City where they will visit a we-;-k with Mrs. Link's parents. Mrs. Margaret Looft received word this week of the very serious illness of the 8 mnoUis old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McKeoisie of Toronto, Canada. The baby has whooping cough and pneumonia. Friends here Karned this week of the marraige of Mrs. Leona Bellman to Dr. E. G. Lolts of Dows, which occurred May 6 in Swea City. Mrs. Bell- matt was a clerk here in the Wessmaii store for some time and has many friends who wish her much Lapp'.ness. On last Monday evening the Swea City teachers entertained at a juisci-i- laneous shower for Miss Janice Williams at the Wm. Wiemer horn,.- here. at which time she announced her marriage to William E. Wiemer. which took place in October. 1931, at Dakota City, Nebraska. On Saturday afternoon Mrs. V. A. Barrett and Mrs. D. B. Mayer ent-.-r- tained at a miscellaneous thower for Mrs. Wm. Wiemer at Uie V. A Barn-it home Games and contests occupied Uie afternoon. Many lowly and usu- ful gilts were received by the briue. Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson oi was mi uut of town Thr Algonn kittenball league turned in a batch of close and w?ll played games diirng the past week, and the leagu-? standings find all tho outfits bunched in such a manner ns to indicate 'that there is going to bo a hot fight for Uie first positions this yonr, much closer than .season. The standings: Team W L Pet. OH 2 1 .667 I!. D. M 2 1 .B67 RCA-Vlctor 2 2 .500 Sinclair OH 2 2 .500 PhllUps "66" 1 2 .333 Hub Ct othlers 1 2 .333 In th-e coming week, teh Algona Upper Des Moines team meets Uie Phillips "66" ten on Friday evening. Skelly tnngles with Sinclair next Monday nnd next Wednesday the Hub Cloth- i-rrs meet Phillips. The U. D. M. forfeited a postponed game to Skolly week as they could not corrnl their players. U. D. M. 8. Sinclair 0 Behind tho steady and effective pitching of Dick Cowan, who whiffed nine batters, the Upper Des Moines outfit vanquished n determined Sinclair team, 8 to 0. The printers were hitting, and with Cowan holding his opponents in check, the !oad was too much for the oilmen to overcome. Sinclair 6, RCA 5 But, out for revenge, the Sinclair team, Monday evening, behind Crtsey Loss' hurling outhlt and outfielded RCA outfit to turn in a 6 to 5 upset. Parsons did mound duty for tho radio outfit. Skelly 2, Phillips 0 Another shutout game last week occurred on Friday. Pete Waldron and Don Smith staged a merry hurling battle, but Waldron's team had a slight edge in tills tussle. Runs scored in the third and sixth. Ledyard Captains for Year Named Ledyard: On Friady morning the stud«nts of Ledyard high school elected their athletic captains for the coming year as follows: boys' basketball, Arvid Brand; boysf baseball. Alfred Lloyd; girls' basketball, Mildred .Vaughn. THEATRE CHATTER The Me hit of the week this week at the Call, is "House of RothBhcild." With an all star cast, it portrays the drama that develops when war comes between a family of bankers, who In obedience to their father's wish, are secretly working together for Uie good of their own firms. It, Is rated as one of the year's biggest smashes. The Chicago flr-e pictures are also on the program. • • • Saturday's doub'e program includes a Buck Jones wcitern. and Spencer Tracy in "The Showoff." • • • Sunday anil Monday, N. C. Rice has planned] another big four-way show. Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians act as leadoff men, followed by Veloz and Yolanda, who place second and third with u fancy ballroom dantx- arrangement. Burns and Allen bat in the heavy hitting position, in "Many Happy lie!urns." a laugh show. Comic colors, another band feature, and 'Morocco Nights," a technicolor special, new news reel complete the program. It should bj a full afternoon or evening of entertainment. • • • "Once to Every Woman" i* the title of the Bank Night picture. And tlu- title is appropriate for the hopes each 1 minine patron will have toward winning tl.e prize, no doubt. Pay Wruy ar.d Walter Connelly in the heavy roles. This U another hospilal picture —; hey're getting monotonous. • • * The Decoration Day sliuw presents Aline McMahon. Guy Kibbee, Hugh Herbert and Alien Jenkins in "The Merry Prinks." They're all nuts out on a limb of their family tree. Sort of a jazzed up version of Galsworthy's For- sytlie Sugu. pepjxd up by Hollywood gag writers. Pioneer Irvington Woman Returns On Friendly Visit TniiiKlon: Mr.: Alfred Nnfus of Na- fnua. visited last \Vrdnr.--dny In this viclni'v. In 1881. Mr. ;,nd Mrs. lirrt MMton moved nnto n farm rast of Rir!i Point known to older residents us th<> old Henry H.iiv!--y nlncv. Mrs. Ma-loti was Mrs. Nafus' sister. Many years nco '.he buildings on this farin wore moved nwny and torn down. Then In later years Joe Anian bought this eich- t.y and annexed It to his present farm It. was «•!)[!• the Mnstcn family resided there Mint- their five year old son was last, whilr taking a drink to his father in the field nnd was later found In a slough drowned. Two other children also died here ns \v;ll as Mrs. Kaslen and all were buried in the Irvine- ton cemetery. Later Mr. Masten built, a hotel nt Sexton and managed it lor srvernl years. The family lived in this community for about 17 years. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Bocke,s visited Sunday with Mrs. Bockes' parentr, the Stirmbo family at, Fort Dodge. Ralph Parsons and family of Buvt nnd Merrill of LuVerin? visited Sunday at their parental home in irviiiRton." The Jchannsen carpenter crew is working in tills vicinity doing repair work on several farms belonging to a life insurance company. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sim Leigh entertained a larg,- number of their friends Friday evening with n dancing party at the Mieltcr house in the state park. School in general of Irvington township will be closed this week and next. No. 5 closed Friday with a picnic on Saturday and No. 4 closod on Wednesday. Jake Maasdam and son. Arthur, Mrs. Burbank and daughter Edna Belle were Sunday dinner guests nt the Elmer Phillips home In Algona. Mrs. Phillips is Mrs. Burbanks' niece. Chester Sill, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sill. Is working with the John McOulre grading gang for the summer. Melvin, old-cr son of the sills, manages the George Godfrey fnrni. School closed in district No. 1 of Rlv- erdale. township last Friday with n school picnic at the Chester Schoby farm home. A good crowd attended. Miss Mildred Valentine of Burt Is tho teacher. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard visited recently at Cedar Falls with Mrs. Blanchard's sister, Mrs. Laura Mantor. Mrs. Mantor is planning on going to Las Vegas, New Mexico, for a visit with a daughter, who teaches there. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye and children of Mason City spent the week end at the Ralph Lage home. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell of Seneca were dinner guests also. All returned to their respective homes Sunday evening. Mlfiscs Eunice and Bernlce Burlwv game entertained at a dancing party at their home last Wednesday evening About twenty enjoyed the courtesy Ruby Kocpke and Arthur Maasdam were those from this community who attended. Little Dewcy Skllllng, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling spent the wfcJc end with his parents Mr and Mrs. Ray Fitch. Mr. and Mrs' Fitch i-Mcnt Mothers' Pnv with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ohn^. Olnrko of Rritt. parents of Mr*. Filch. Fri nds }-rro revived an ann' He lit card of the graduation from hi" i ehool of Knthorlne MVvni. crainlrt.iu^h- rr of tho late Win. Ward who resided or some time on the farm now nwivil by Hen Terhune. Th ^ Moon family till live at Culbertson, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Armor Lemnke and amily wciv Sunday guests of Mr nnd Mrs. Joe Meiirer of Wesley. Armor •rrms to have one continuous round of infortune. Recently lie removed :i inngnail from his thumb and sh.vtly afterwards blood poison d velopod vhieh has proven to be very painful Mr. and Mrs. John Uitsworth ontrr- ained Sunday nt a birthday dinner or John's father, James Ditsworth, -.onoring him on his 79th birthday. Dinner was served nt. one o'clock. The ither guests wcr* Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dit.sworth. Ruby Koepke. Wilfred Colenan, Mrs. Sam Reaper nnd Mr. ; . Rrnp- •r's brother. John Mcllhattin Mr. lit.sworth's other children are Kdward if Burl. Harry nnri Mrs. Mnbrl Wesley of Algnnn. Mr. Ditsworth is one of rvington's finest citizens and the good wishes of rhe community are extended o him. Mesdnme.s Lorn Rnnev. Harry Seeley and Ethel Johnson nt tender) the nn- nial guest day meeting last Wednes- day of the I"nm Cr (k T.ilrum .-.-orp 'v. Folly-four members nnd V'" f ^'^ wi,« PP. em m;(j irir'u inn', d in n nr,<- o'clock hir.chrrin. lloll rail \v.v, IIP. v.rreil hv Mmlievs' H:iy qim'.a'k iv M-.. .A J K< rn r< :u! .1 par :• sh-" 1 li~ui v--- ten en ' :\ Tnbu'r to Mot.lie;- P!v,' li.s K.iin .'-.ini; a rolo and .It ,nil!" Ynirir: y ri\e a r-.n afion Til" !«i> younc lat'.ii .s !il'-n i:a\r a little nlnv Nellie MI- Whorter pav a Mothers' Day pieci The meeting was held nt the Iioiv.e • i" Mrs. S;id:e Hopkin.-- in Plum Cr. •• k township. Elmer Petersons Visit August Slagle Home Mr. and Mrs. F.lmer Peterson and .•on. Krir. of Dry Moin s were finrsts Sunday at tl.e home of Mr. nnd Mr.-. AiiEiis.. Slaple. Mr. Peterson, who is :i former Alp>nn boy. Is editor of "Boiler Homes and Gardens." As n boy he lived with his parents on n farm .just north of the SlnRle farm nnd h-.' lUid August, grew up the closest of friends during their high school years when (he Petersons moved to Kansas. Other dinner guests nt. the Single home Sunday were Miss Minnie J. Conte. Mlsr, Luein Wnllnce. nnd Mr. Single's mint. Miss Clnrn Znhlten. Mr. Peterson recently published n book, "Trum- pet.s W-fst." which has its setting in Iowa and Kansas. Gifts of Silverware \ THAT BRIDES WILL APPROVE * We guarantee that the Bride thnt receives any of tlvrsc silverware gifts will cheer your fine taste. They are executed by lino craftsmen along tho most beautiful designs. Our selection is wide, our patterns aiv many and varied. Fine Crystal Stemware >> ' An Ideal Gift Goblets—tumblers—cocktail glasses—compotes, sugar and creamers, relish dishes and many other useful pieces. All at popular prices. Come in and inspect them. Diamonds Watches Jewelry Silverware W/IILJI ETD*C W CriLClN O Jewelry Store Phone 240 Watch and Jewelry Repairing FOR SALE— Threshers or cor u bh*l- ers' liens. Algoua Upper Dea Molnes. Baptist Church Arthur S. Ilueber, pa&tor The Memorial service will be held in this church Sunday morning at 11 a. in. The Congregational church is uniting with us in this service a.nd Rev. Hoeruer Is going to preach Uie sermon. The patriotic organizations of the community aix- lo be our special guests. A hearty welcome is ^xtendtd to all. There will bu no preaching service in the evening on account, of the baccalaureate service at Uk- high sthcul. Sunday school ut 10 u. m. Trinity Lutheran Church Key. P. J. Bj-xiier. pastor Our annual mission fcstival will be cekbmted Sunday. The following services will be held on "that day: Sunday- School aJid Bible cla-ss at 10 a. in. Gt-r- maii services at 10:30 a. in. English, services at 2:30 p. ui. The pastors, E. G. Juengel lUid V. Kolliiiuji will bo the .spcukfra lor tr.v ua> A special I cijllcction for mi.ision.s will be- taken I up. "God luv'fth u cheer!ul giver." j Conlirmution uij>;rtictioii.v for UK- Uiikireii Saturday iurciioon ut 9 u. in. 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