The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1934 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 4, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 4,1934 SPORTING DAV ALGONA HI MEETS VET ESTHERVILLE GRIDDERS FRIDAY Week of Rest Should Help Invaders Rated As An Outstanding Team Altrons high school aided br a week's rcM withowj a game, will meet the veteran EsJhenril> hteh team here Friday evening. EsSherrffle has a strong team, bit bowed before Sioux City Central last Friday night, four touchdown to on*. Tne Sioux City pridders are rated as one of the two strongest aggregations In the state, so the Es- thenrilja showing can be counted for something anyway. Coach Ken Mercer states that his team should turn In a better performance than last; season, despite the loss of several stars. The Bulldogs have recovered come of their lost fire, and •against Llvermore, in the first game of the season, showed plenty of punch. Estherrtlle will be one of Algeria's toughest opponents of the season, but the Bulldogs have been drilling steadily for the contest, and local fans, although not overly optimistic as to victory, expect the Bulldogs to keep the visitors weU In dheck. Schmidt, who injured his wrist recently, may not start the contest, in which case the backfleld will b? considerably weakened on the Bulldog side. Season's schedule: October 5, Esthervllle, night, here. October 12, Spencer, there, night. October 19, GUmdns CJty (tentatively). October 27, Emmetsburg, there, afternoon. November 2, Clarion, there, afternoon. November 9, Humboldt, here, night. Nov. 16, Eagle Grove, here, afternoon. Academy Team Loses, 27-0; Dauqherty Here On Sunday Two Kossuth Boys Offered Winnipeg Baseball Contract Donald Blanchard of Lone Rock, who has been playing shortstop for the Fairmont, Minn., baseball team, will be given a tryout witti Winnipeg of the Northern League, next spring. The Blanchard boys have made a great name for themselves In local baseball clrcks, and It is good news that Donald is to get a chance to "go up." Don Peterson of Swea City, who has been pitching for Fairmont, is also to be given the same tryout, according to word from his home town. Bruno Haas, former American Association and major league player, who is managing the Wlnni. peg club, said botjh boys were unusual in their ability, and had a good chance to make the grade. Former Monument Man Here Is Dead John H. Long, well known Iowa Falls citizen and formerly in the monument business here, died at his home on West Washington avenue, Monday, September S4. He was born at Hopkinton, Iowa, November 18. 1870. He attended business college in Des Moines and entered the monument business, operating plants at Knozville, Algona, 61oux Falls and Iowa Falls. He was an ancient Mason and at one time belonged to the consistory. The funeral will be held from the home Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 26, at 1:30 o'clock. Rev. J. K. Hawkins of Eldora, a former pastor, and Rev. W. E. Butler, pwrtor of the Methodist church of which he was a member, will have charge of Uvc services. Interment wffl be made In Union cemetery. New for Fall as illustrated Black or Brown Suede or Kid $2.25 Otkers $2.95 to $5.00 . School Shoes For Boys and Girls Quality at popular prices. Brownell Shoe Company INDEPENDENT GRID TEAM WALKS OVER SANBORN.39TOO Team Needs Support and Deserves It With All- Star Lineup The Algona Independents lived up to their preseason football reputation Sunday evening on the local field, defeating the Sanborn Independents with ease, 39 to 0. The only disappointing feature of the evening was the financial aspect. Although the crowd looked large, about 300 youngsters wormed their way into the game without paying, and the team officials report a slight deflldt as a result of the small cash gate. For the football team, nothing but praise. The Algona outfit began click- Ing from the start, and with a beautiful playing line ataead of them, the local backs found clear sailing. On defense, the backfleld was only called upon twice during the game to make tackles, a rare tribute to the staunch work of the line. Mercer and Llchter did th? heavy work for the backfleld, although nobody shirked any duties. Mercer was slippery as an eel, making one cutback play that scored a touchdown without an opposing man getting mar htm. Lichter hit the line like a pile driver, and rocketed through Sanborn like a bullet through paper. The line rose in a stone wall when Sanborn tried to gain by straight football, smothering all attempts. End runs were mowed down before they could get started. Passes were batted down, or intercepted. All in all, it was Algona night at the athletic Held. Home and home games have been booked with Austin and Boone, and fTorts are being made to get other teams lined up. The local team is the best In years, with stars from other communities bolstering up the local talent. All the team needs Is some good, hearty support from Ko-'fiuth county. Keep your eye on the papers, find out when the team is playing, and lend your moral and financial support to the BTidders. They have a good ball club, and your support will make it better both on the field and in the club coffers. Bad Breaks Blow to St. Cecelia; Green Team Charles City Academy defeated St. Cecelia's of Algona, 27 to 0, In the first game of the season for the locals, here, Sunday afternoon. Both teams, young and green, missed opportunities In a typical first-game of the season. In the first quarter, Algona kicked off, Barry spirallng the pigskin Into Charles City territory. Play during the first quarter was evenly divided, and Coach Nordstrum's men held their own. To start the second quarter. Siepman, Algona tackle, nailed a Charles City back following a bad pass from center, and the back fumbled, Siepman recovering for Algona for a 30-yard gain, but lost the ball after an unsuccessful attempt to gain. Pass Leads to Tonchdowti Charles City's first score resulted after a long pass was completed. The try for point succeeded, and the half ended with the ball in Algona's possession on the 25-yard line, and Charles City leading, 7 to 0. After the second half kickoff, Charles City caught the locals napping, and faked a play for a 23-yard gain to get into scoring position again. A pass over the goal netted the extra point. Disaster continued in the third quarter, and a series of Charles City plays and a long pass again brought the invaders to th-? Algona goal line, where an off-tackle play scored the third touchdown. The pass for toe extra point failed, as the quarter ended. Baker Snares Paw In the fourth period, Afoona returned the ball 35 yards on the kick- cff, and Baker snared a 15-yard rw- 1 ^ to advance the ball, but tries at the line failed, and Algona kicked. A Charks City back, in a pretty rjn. cut through the entire Algona team, but stepped out of bounds on the 25 yard line, and the visitors worked in for last touchdown from there. Algona received the next kickoff and made several nice gains, but the congest ended before they could get within scoring distance. Skpman and Patterson played outstanding games for the academy, with Bode doing excellent work in the back- fkld. taste though trying hard, were handicapped by inexperience. The game Sunday will prove a benefit during the remainder of th* year. N-ext Sunday St. Cecelia's will meet the tough Daugherty eleven on the athletic field In an afternoon game, and Coach Nordstrum was busy the first of this week pointing out flaw.! exposed last Sunday. An Improved team will face Daugherty. and the boys will be out for revenge in a big way. Geo. C. Call's Son Elected Commander Sioux City Journal: George R. Call. 20 McDonald drive, was chosen commander of Monahan post, American Legion at the annual meeting Thursday nlgJit hi the auditorium. Mr. 'all succeeds Eugfne Kelly, editor and manager of the Tribune. Mr. Call is treasurer of the Call Bond and Mortgage Company. Many of the boys had their first of scheduled football, and al- FOOTBALL Sunday, Oct. 7 St. Cecelia's Academy vs. Daugherty Athletic Field 2::',() p. in. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION. Statement of the ownership, management, circulation, etc., required by the act of Congress of August 24, 1912, of ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES, published weekly at Algona, Iowa, or October 1, 1934. State of V>wa, county of Kosauth, is. Before me, a notary public in and for the state and county aforesaid personally appeared J. W. Haggard, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is one of the publishers of the Algona Upper Des Moines, and that the following in, to the best of his know lodge and belief, a true statement o the ownership, management, etc. o the aforestid publication for thu date shown in the above caption, require by the aft of August 24, 1012, em bodied in nection 411 Postal Laws anc Regulations, printed on the reverg of this firm, to wit: 1. That the names ami addreaa of the publisher, editor, managing edi- FENTON WOMEN ARE SURPRISED ON BIRTHDAYS Friends From Lotts Creek, Lone Rock, Whittemore Present Fenton: Mrs. B. C. Luedtke and Mrs. Edward Meyer were pleasantly surprised at their home Saturday evening n honor of then- birthday anniver- larles which are on the same date. Those present were: the Emll and Al- >"rt Schumacher families, A. J. Krause, W. Priebe, Wm. Boettcher, Hugo MIttag, Herman Luedtke, Jr., Fred Jentz. Herman Dreyer, Paul Ncmltz, Maurice Wallace, A. J. Meyer, Br., and Frank Meyer familes; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Krause, Bertha Kressin, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyer, Oscar Uuedtke, Mrs. Herman Luedtke, ST., Ortwin Tletz, Mrs. August Boettcher, Robert Boettcher and Edward Tietz, all of Fenton; the Louis Hackbarth, Herman Rlggart families and Mr. and Mrs. Emrst Luedtke, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Will, Arthur Luedtke and children, Viola, Vernona and Edwin, all of Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. loyd Hutchtnson, «tr. and Mrs. Arthur Priebe and Esther Hutchlnson, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause and family all of Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and the Theodore Blerstedt and Frank Schumacher families from Whittemore. The venlng was spent in playing cards and 'lilting and refreshments served after tie games. Mrs. Ralph Stumbo of Kanawha pent last week with her mother, Mrs. Earl Dean. Arthur Glaus, who has been with he CCC at a camp in Arkansas, r?- urned home permanently this week. Edward Llndsey accompanied Oliver Stoeber of Armstrong to Cedar Falls aturday with a truck load of potatoes. Mrs. Carrie Haase and children. Pearl, Bill and Gail and the H«rman Gade family spent Sunday in Fairmont. Wilfred Stoeber arrived her* on Monday from Sioux City. He has been raveling for the Northrup King Seed company this summer. The Fenton and Burt boys' high school baseball teams played on the chool diamond. The score was 14 to 10 in favor of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod enter- aned Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Weisbrod and children, Gordon, Paul, and John of Boise, Idaho, Friday. Mrs. Herman Leudtke. 8r., accompan- ed Walter Sorenson of Burt to Savannah, Missouri, laU Thursday where she consulted with doctors. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and children were entertained Sunday at ;he home of Mrs. Weisbrod'« mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bailey and fami- y of Marshall, Minn., stopped here on Saturday for a visit at the Frank Bailey home. They were enroute to Algona. Edith Laage, teacher at Cedar Rap- ds and Prances Daitey. teacher at Brltt and Lena Bleckwenn, student at iedar Falls, spent th; week end at heir parental homes. Mr. and Mrs. William L;ninger are he parents of a son born Frday. Mrs. Lentnger will be remembered here as .he former Mrs. Herman Ohm. and Ived fverc for a number of years. Leo Kramer and Lawrence Glaus, members of a OCC camp at Forest City .pent the week end with their parents. They are expecting to be mov- *d to Council Bluffs soon for winter quarters. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and Mr. and Mrs August Nelson of the Weisbrod post attended a county ]oint Legion and Aux illary rmetlng at Bancroft last week Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Relmers entertained the following guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William Turley of Lalco- ta. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Gabriel of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Armand Mad- stn and family of Rlngsted. Mrs. E J. Frank was hostess to her bridge club Saturday afternoon. High icore honors went to Mrs. A. J. Krausi and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod won trave prize. Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Mrs party at her home last Thursday afternoon. Those attending were Mrs. B. D. Weisbrod from Boise, Idaho, Mrs. F. E. Weisbrod of Emmetsburg and the Mesd&mes R. C. Lindsey, E. o. Weisbrod, R, C. Ooetsch, Emma curry, W. E. Stoeber, Kate New*!, J. F. Newel, A. J. Krause, J. A. Schwart«, O. L. Osborn and Hattle Welsbrod. E. A. Weisbrod drove to Fairmont, Minn., last week Tuesday evening to visit with Mrs. Weisbrod, who 18 an ap- pendlcMfl* patient at Uw Faitmont clinic and to get Mrs. Welsbrod's mother, Mrs. C. F. Gibbons of Dodgel Center, Minnesota, who will stay at the Weisbrod home until Mrs. Weisbrod is able to assume her duties. Mrs. Weisbrod was brought home Sunday. LAKOTA NEWS Mrs. Maude Hamilton and son, Robert, were visitors at Esthervllle on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis spent the week -end with relatives at Albert Lea, Minn. Mrs. S. P. Powers and tjhree youngest children were Algona visitors Saturday afternoon. The Harvey JoHnson family were supper guests Sunday evening at the Wade Ball home. The Helo Loats family of Buffalo Center visited Friday evening at the Tabe Loats home. Mr. and Mrs. G. Dltsworth of Bancroft, were guests Sunday afternoon at the 8. P. Powers home. Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerklng drove to Montezuma, on Saturday, where they went td attend a funeral. Mrs. Wm. Aald«rks visited last Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leo Edwards and family at Clear ,ake. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lee and children f Buffalo Center visited a short tune Sunday afternoon at the Wade Ball ome. Support Your Team! iy&££:0a&i>^aii%>0^ofj&&.0^ Mr. Shea - I | A ivjnv.sciitutivc oi' the SloiT.s-ScliactVr <'"., inak- cj ITS ut' custom luilumi suitrf, will hi- at our sioiv on g g Thursday, October 11 j % lie has a complete line of new .samples and ean a take your measurements for a new fall .suit or overcoat. Come in and select your suit while he is here. Madson & Hanson The Home of Better Values tor, and business manager:), are: publisher, Haggard & Waller, Algona, lowa; editor, Haggard & Waller, Algona, Iowa; managing editor, Haggard & Waller, Algona, Iowa; and business managers. Haggard & Waller, Algona, Iowa. 2. That the owners ure: J. W. Haggard, Algona, Iowa. H. II. Walk-r, Algona, Iowa. 3. That the known bondholder:), IIKJI tgagees, ami other security holder. i owning or holding one (nr cent or more of total amount of bonds, inortKUK**-^, or other si'rurilied aru; E. R. Waller, St. PauJ, Minnesota. 4. That the two paragraphs next above, giving tho names of the owners, atuckholdi'1 3 and security hold- era, if any, contain not only the Hot ol' stockholders and .lucuiity holders as tl.ey upptar upon th»* buukd of the C'.mpany but a!:;o, in casts where thu jtoi kholder or security holder appears upon thu books of the company us IrusUe or in any other fiduciary relation, ihe poration name of the person or cor- for whom such trustee is acting, is ifwen; also that the tsaid { two paragraphs contain ttaiLMinnts embracing alfiant'a full knov\U<Jt!e and lj< lief u.< to the circumstances and con ijilions under which Ktucklioldern and -ecurity holders who do not appear upon the books of the company as trustees, hold bUick and securities in :i capacity other than that of a buna tide owner; ami this utfiant has no leason to believe that any other per"Mi, assoeiauon. or corporation has .i;y interest direct or indirect in the ^ai<l stock, bui.'js, or other securities 'lian as so Mated l>v him HAGGARD di WALLER, Per J. W. Haggiird. Subscribed to and swurn before iu« tiila Isl dar of October, 1934. LXI^ABETH M. NUGENT, (Seal) Notary Public My coiiuni^ioii expirt» Joly 4. 1938. Th« Hev. Kilian family of near TJ- tonka entertained the Rev. A. F. Boese family of this place at dinner last Sunday. Five Boy Scout*, Date Hamqulst, Billy smith, James Ley, Marvin Klocke and Paul Ukena, hiked to Stevens last Saturday. Mrs. Anna Coupanger of Elmore came last Sunday for a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Schroeder, Jr. Mrs. Helo Bockelman of German Valley spent several days here last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Minnie Heetland. While playing at school one day last week, Bobby Beemer had his thumb injured and has been carylng his hand in a sling since. Miss Lena Outknecht returned to Mason City, Sunday after spending the week end here at the parental August Qutknecht home. Irvln Schwartz, Clarence Baum and Loren Sachs went to Mankato Sunday to visit with Elmer Zielske, who Is In the hospital there. The J. R. Heetland family and Rev. and Mrs. O. H. Frerklng were entertained at dinner last Sunday at the Ray Winter home. Mr. and Mrs. August. Bauman and John Meyer, Jr., returned home on Thursday afternoon from a trip through the Black Hills and Canada. Mrs. F. W. Baum and daughter, Elsie, Mrs. I. E. Wortman and Mrs. Wm. Turley were entertained last Friday at the Erwln Schwletert home at Burt. E. H. Reese came up from Cedar Falls Sunday afternoon and will do some painting on his buildings on his farm west of town occupied by the Wade Balls. Miss Mildred Barger who is attending business college at Mason City, was home fen: the week end visiting at the home of tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Barger. Miss Marie Kronbach who has beem spending the past two weeks at lihc home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kronbach at Lamberton, Minn., returned here on Thursday. Miss Ella Bloome of Humboldt, South Dakota, and her sisters, Mrs. Louise Meyer and Mrs. John Meyer Jr., drove to Hubbard, Iowa, Saturday Where they attended the funeral of a relative. Mrs. J. R. Heetland and daughter. Joan, Mrs. C. A. Winter, Mrs. Russel Winter, Mrs. Raymond Winter and daughter, Barbara, Mrs. Andrew Bockelman, Mrs. O. C. Freeark and son, Clayton, Mrs. J. E. tJkena and children, Paul and Doifathy, Mrs. I. E. Wortman and sons, John and Don, MlM Gertrude Wortman, Mrs. C. K. Ripptntropp, Mrs. Andrew Jansen and son, Lamont, Mrs. Tabe Loats and Mrs. Wade Ball of this place and Mrs. Heto Loats of Buffalo Center spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Winter at Mason City. Young Men's SUITS Just arrived in stock $13.00 and $15.00 All Worsted Suits for Stout Men Size 40-48 $25.00 A REAL BUY Madson & Hanson The Home of Better Values When in need of glasses have your eyes thoroughly DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. ** by Week-End Specials 19c lie lOc Coffee, Peaberry, pound All-Bran, Kellogg's, 10-oz. pkg. . Tapioca, med. pearl and fine, pound Cookies, chocolate, per Ib Cocoa, Council 1(| r Oak, 2 pound can l«fV Blackberries, Morning Light, No. 10 i Dried Peas, for 1A p soup, green-yellow split, Ib. l"v Jello, assorted 17-, flavors, 3 pkgs Li \» Prunes, OQ r med. size 4 Ib. b»8 .... wvC Prunes, OQ r large size, 3 Ib. bag ....l*J\, Apricots, new crop, Ib Raisins, Bun-Maid •eedlew, 2 Ib. bg LaFrance, powdered, 2 Ib. bag Satina, C f per package **^' Blue Barrel Soap lQ r B giant bars *•'*• sMoines *D«t Moinci' IKWM! fend flint" J. A. Schwartz were club guests. Mr. und Mrs. Lawrence Hantflman of near Emmetsburg had their baby Mary Lou. baptized In the local St John's Lutheran church Sunday. Sti i> the first Kreat grandchild of Mr and Mrs. Ernest Voettler of this place Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Straley enter Lalned la:t week Tuesday evening ii honor of their daughter, Juanita May's first birthday annlv- rsary. They h'iti as dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Brace of Hurt. Mrs. Kate New\l and Mrs. J. P. Newel drove to Katiawha Friday afternoon lor a visit, with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Newel at the Henry Johm.on home. Mr. Newel has heart trouble ;uid hardening of the arteries and waj ill but i.> able to be up now. Mrs. Carrie Voigt entertained at dinner Sunday evening In honor of hf.-r NIGHT FOOTBALL ami!. Mrs ing lie re from Pierce, w'-io ia visit- Dwight, Illinois. Other guests were Mr. und Mrs. Henry Boevers and Lilus, Mr. and Mrs. Charles SU-'inbacli and Lyle and Mr. and Mrs. John Planting. Mrs. W. V. Yager was pleasantly surprised lait week Wednesday evening when a group of friends arrived to tpend the evening and help her celebrate her birthday anniversary. Bnd'.'.u was played at five tables. Mrs. F. H. Buhn won high score, E. J. John&ou received the conciliation prize for low score. Mr. und Mrs Elmer Wi-Lhbrod and children, Kajj/ii, June and Harold, Mr. and Mia. E C. Welibuwl, Mr. Mid Mrs. Clarence Kohlstedt and buby, Mrs. Mary KoJUsU-'i't. and Mrs. Kate Newel of Fenton were tnteruined Sunday ut the Clurttncu Wetsbrod home near RliUfited in honor of the B. D. Wels- brods who are visiting here froiu Boiat, Idaho. Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod held a q.uUting Algona High vs Estherville Local Athletic Field 8 p. m. Friday, October 5th Admission: Students, 25c Adults, 35c Bleacher Seats - - - - Come Early

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