The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1934 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 1, 1934 SPORTING NEWS oft/i& DAY Algona High Stages Second Half Rally to Beat Emmetsburg CLARION'S BIG FOE ON FRIDAY, THERE Poor Punts Give Bulldogs Chance to Score Two Touchdowns INTEECBPTPASS FOB THIRD DRIVE Algona high defeated Emmetstnrrg at Emmetsburg last Friday afternoon, 30 to 0. Next Friday afternoon, the Bandogs go to Clarion, and will face another strong eleven from that city. Coach Mercer's men kicked off. Emmetsburg fumbled on one of its flrst patyfl and Algona recovered, then «Mcked the line for a flrst down, but took a 15-yard penalty. Algona fumbled but Medin recovered, only to lose it when tackled, and a mery scramble resulted, but Enuneteburg finally grab- feed the pigskin. Goal Ltoe Bally SmmeUburg advanced the ball near. ly 40 yarda on a fumble and some ntoe plays, but the locals made a goal line stand that stopped a touchdown and the quarter ended without a score. An Algona fumble was recovered by toe Bulldogs and Etnmtjtsburg was penalized on the next play, giving Al- C*na a first down. A punt sent the play Into the center of the field. Post charged into a lateral play and intercepted a lateral pass, and started for the goal line, but the play was called back and Algona was penalized for off- skle. Emaneteburg punted. On two nice plays, Algona made first down, and repeated. A pass put the ball in a scoring position, and Emmetsburg took time out. Algona lost the ball on the Bmmetsburg goal line on a fumble, and the ball was put in »Jay on the 20 yard line. The half ended without a score. Block HuneMmrr Kick Near the start of the second half, an Kmmetabure punt was blocked, and Algona took the ball on the 22 yard line. The Bulldogs gained 10 yards on two plays, making it first down. A nice hole opened in the Emmetsburg line, and Algona plunged to the six inch Mne, from which point the flrst score was made. A lateral pass was good for the extra point. Algona kicked to Emmetsburg, and the latter drew a IS yard penalty, and lost five more on a play. The boys came back on the next •ne, however, and sailed 80 yarda be- Mn betac Mopped. Penalties on both tUtts slowed the game up, and the •jmrter ended After Emmetaburv kicked over the Algona goal. Poor POM ratal Taking th« ball on their 12-yard line, Algona kicked to the center of the field. ErameWburg completed a ntoe pass for eight yards. The Bulli held, add a bad kick gave Algona Independents Lose 13-0; Estherville Here Sunday Nite Playing with a patchwork lineup, caused by the fact that a number of regulars were unable to be pres-nt, the Algona Independents took a 13 to 0 beating from the Boone Merchants, at Boone last Sunday afternoon. In a previous meeting, Algona had defeated Boone, 25 to 0, on the local lot. During the flrst half, Algona threatened to score several times, and worked the ball deep into Boone territory, but the final scoring punch just wasnt there, and Boone dug in with success. Sunday night the locals will meet Esthervllle here under the lights. Estherville has played two games thus far, and boasts of an array of former high school, junior college and college stars. With more of a flrst string lineup in prospect than has been the case for several weeks, the Independents hope for a comeback at the expense of Estherville. Gridders From 1898 Honored By Kiwanians Five members of the first football team of the Algona high school, Abner Long, Hal Oowan, Chuck Nlcoulin, Lee Reed and Jewell Patterson, were guests of the Kiwanians last Thursday noon at their regular meeting. Twenty- one members of the 1934 football team and their coach, Kenneth Mercer, were also guests. Mr. Patterson Introduced the members of the 1898 team and gave a short talk. An interesting talk by Coach Mercer followed and Rev. Carlson completed the program with a talk on the Value of Team Work. A. E. Kresensky presided over the meeting in the absence of M. O. Norton, who, with T. H. Chrischil- les and C. R. LaBarre, were present at the Mason City Kiwania meet- Ing as delegates from here with the large cup which ts making the rounds of the clubs in the Iowa- Nebraska district. he ball on its own 40 yard line. Fldo Medin broke loose for 30 yards and Brst down. A lateral pan gained eight yards, and on the next play Algona made flrst down. Fido Medin slipped Jvrough the line for a touchdown on Jve next play, and again for the extra point. Algona waa leading 14 to 0. Algona kicked off, and then intercepted an Emmetaburg paai. A epln- ner went for 25 yard* and another touchdown. The try tor point tailed. On the next kickoff, Emmetaltnirg returned the ball to the Algona 34-yard line. Nearly a whole new team had gone in for Algnoa. A desperate Em- netsburg pass attack got the ball into the shadow of the goal post, but the game ended before a tally could result. CALL THEATRE November 4-17 Algona, Iowa loe—Ah*—Water—Pine Saoltor. 60,000 cu. ft. "Kooler Alre" 8y*- tem. Call the nearest telephone operator,for our program. They have the Information and are happy to serve you. Remember a Complete Show after Night Football Games. Only the Best—We Don't Show the Refit Sunday, Nov. 4 Plan on the Matinees 1-3-5 o'clock Road Dhow Attraction "WOC-WHO BARN DANCE FROLIC 1 Radio Co. from Des Moines Radio Station 20 Artists—Lem and Martha, Louisiana Lou, Perkte's Huskers, Windy Brown, Al Clauser and his Oklahoma Outlaws, all in person and picture— ALICE FAYE JIMMY DUNN "M» NIGHTS IN HOLLYWOOD" Mon.-Tues., Nov. 5-6 Class Production FREDERIC MARCH FRANK MORGAN CONSTANCE BENNETT in "THE AFFAIRS OF CELLINI" Lavifhly produced—hilariously funny Song of Fame and News Wed.-Thura., Nov. 7-8 Matinee each day at 2:30 The prize booking of the month. It's wonderful for all. "I must hold the man I love —but how?" HELEN HAYES BRIAN AHERNE MADGE EVANS in Sir James M. Ban-it's -WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS" __^ a JCTl.-Oflt., Q 10 w J.v JOE E. BROWN in "THE SIX DAY BIKE HIDER" it's a riot of fun. Winners of the Quak«ir Oat* Free Bicycle Contest will be available. game. Sun.-Moa., No. 11 12 WHEELER and WOOL8EY with SPANKY McFARLANO of Our Gang Comedy "KENTUCKY KERNELS" This is one of the new type comedies produced by Lee Marcuto of Radio Corp. Abo— "THE W1NNAH" Snappy burlesque on College Sports Wari ThurgFREp ASTAIRE and GINGER ROGERS in . VYOU. J.UIUB "THE GAY DIVORCEE" Outstanding entertainment of 1834 Nov. 13 14 16 RONALD COLEMAN LORETTA YOHNG Fri.-Sat., CHAS. BUTTERWORTH UNA MERKEL NOV. 16-17 -BULLDOG URUMMONU STRIKES BACK 1 DOMING—Warner Baxter, Myrna. Loy in "BROADWAY BILL"; Joe rcauwr Lamny Row la "COLLEGE RHYTHM"; John Bole*. Gloria Swanttt'n in "MUSIC IN THE AIB"; eha* DicfcuiW "GREAT EXPECTATIONS"; Chat. Kuceleit, Mary Boland, Frederick Lederer in "PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS" ACADEMY SCORES FIRST TOUCHDOWN BUT LOSES, 25-6 Late Rally Brings Results, But Corpus Ohristi Takes Game Playing the best football It has displayed t^is season in the late third and ill the fourth quarter, the St. Ceceia academy team, although decisively leaten by Corpus Christ! of Fort Dodge, 25 to 6, put on a sustained drive that scored it* first touchdown of the season. Corpus Christl had the contest on oe, however, before the backfleld's attack, led by Baker and Bode, began functioning. The schedule calls for a contest with Uvermore this coining Sunday. The fame will be played at Uvennore. Corpus Christ! threatened to score throughout the flrst period, but could not over come the stubborn goal-line defense of the local team. During the second and third quarters, however, 'our touchdowns were pushed over before St. Cecelia found itself. Interception of Algona passes spell- id touchdowns for Fort Dodge, as Nordstrum's men vainly tried to get over the tough Fort Dodge line. Algona's touchdown started from heir own 37 yard line, and with a series of well executed plays, which irought five consecutive first downs, the locals plunged for a tally. Baker carrying it over from the five yard inc. The try for point failed. Another attack at the Corpus Christl goal was halted on the Fort Dodge 20 ard line by the whistle. The summary: Corpw ChrM* 25 S. Ceerila's C Matthews LE Streit Bradley (c) LT Patterson McCoy 1X3 BuUer Carlson O Lichter Rhoades RO Seleer Grennfcn RT Selpman Smith RE Deim Paul QB Baker Tlerney LH Bode Donahoe RH Van Allen Mueller FB Dunn Substitutions: Algona, GUbride at guard. Corpus Christl: Goodrich for »nahoe, Anderson for Rhoades Clements for Smith; Doyle for Orennan SWEA TOWNSHIP SCHOOL SOCIAL PROVIDES FUN Community Hall East of Armstrong Scene of Gathering, Friday Armstrong-Seneca: A pie social waa held at the community hall 5 miles east of Armstrong Friday evening. A program was given by the pupils of District No. 8 in Swea township and a prize turkey was given to the person who held a lucky number, which was Elizabeth Krebsbach. A. T. Paulson was ill last w?ek with tclatic rheumatism. John Saundfrs was ill with the flu several days last »eek. Mrs. Leslie Denton spent last week at the Sheldon Merrill home. Mrs. John Blum spent Friday afternoon at the Mike Kennedy home. Wm. Brent ton of Famhamville spent Sunday at the F. W. Basset t home. ISH Avis Bycrs worked at the Geo Harner home in Swea City last week. Miss Helen Walstrand of Swea City spent last week at the Ed F. Anderson home. L. C. Gast spsnt last week attending the Century of Progress Exposition at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Dotson spent Sunday with friends and relatives in Minneapolis. Mrs. G. Kracht and daughter, Eva, visited at the J. J. Drinan home Friday afternoon. Lone Rock Cage Schedule 1934-35 Lone Rock: Basketball practice was started the flrst of last week un !er the supervision of Coach Grodlnnd. The schedule for this year is: Nov. 16—Ledyafd, there. bo>s nnd girls. Nov. 23—Seneca, here, boys and girls. Nov. 27—Titonka, there, bey;'. D:c. 8—Fenton, here, boys." Dec. 11—Bancroft here, b-.ys. Dec. 20—Lakota there, boys and girls. Jan. 11—Ledyard here, boys and girls. Jan. 18—Seneca there, boys and girls. Jan. 25—Tltonka here, boys. Jan. 29—Whlttemore here, boys and girls. Feb. 1—Fenton there, boys. Feb. 5—Bancroft there, boys. Feb. 8—Luverne, girls. Feb. 15-18—Girls' tournament at LuVerne. Feb. 22-23-26—Boys' county tournament at Algona. March 2—Girl's sectional. March 8-9—Boys* sectional. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John and family spent Monday evening at the A. T. Paulson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lentsch and family spent Sunday afternoon at the F. W. Baasett home. Mrs. Lev! Hawbaker spent last week at the Rarley Hoeck home assisting with the house work. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Zwiefel and family spent Sunday at the Earl Larson home in Whlttemore. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and family were business callers in Fairmont last Saturday evening. Miss Margaret CVowley was ill the week and was under the care of 3r. J. A. Devtne of Bancroft. Mrs. C. F. Wegener and children of Falrville spent Saturday at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. O. Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Tom St. John enter- wined the latter's niece and family of Des Moines last Thursday and Friday. J. H. Jensen accompanied a load of cattle to Chicago Saturday evening. He Will attend the world's fair irhil" there. Wm. Harsch of Burt spent Sunday at the homo of his son. Ed Harsch. who now live" on the place vflcntoci by C. E. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Dnocy returned Wednesday rvenlng from n two weeks' honeymoon trip to Chicago and other points in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Loon and family spent Sunday at the Hans Pre<t- haus home In Bancroft. Mrs. Looft is a sister of Mrs. Presthaus. LaVonne Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey spent the last of the nast week at the home of her aunt, Mrs. C. F. Wegener of Falrville. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Dotson and Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill and family spent Thursday at Mason City while Junior waa fitted with glasses. Kenneth Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs R. J. Campbell, spent, his corn husking vacation at Rlngsted with his sister, Mrs. Harvey Christiansen. Mrs. J. J. Drinan received a telegram Saturday stating that her brother-in-law, Will Kessel of Harvey, 111. had passed away early Saturday morn- Ing. The Norwegian Lutheran Ladies' Aid met at, the home of Mrs. George Jensen in Ringsted last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Jensen and Mrs. Wllberg were delegates at the festival. The Norwegian Lutheran ladles aid held a quilting bee in the church basement Wednesday. They also made plans for their annual church supper which will be held in the near future. MONEY To build, refinance or remodel Kossuth County homes on our easy monthly payment Olan. See us today. The Algona Building & Loan Ass'n When in need of glasses hare your eyes thoroughly examined by DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt. Lloyd E. Anderson For Clerk of the District Court Republican Nominee Born at Swea City and Have Lived All My Life in Kossuth County Tour Vote and Support at the General Election will be deeply appreciated ^^ OUR WANT ADS BRING QUICK RESULTS 0«l Mointi ncwtf* •ad ftaut" '24 IOWA FAPMEP SAYS 'THE NEW DEAL IS RETURNING MB TO PROSPERITY WH6N I AM PROSPEROUS, TIMES ARK GOOD FOR YOU PSOPL6 OF\ THE CITIES AND TOWNS I'M ASKING YOU TO HSLP MB, . AND THEREBY HELP YOURSELVES/ BY VOTING TO.. HOLD ON TO THE NEW DEAL/. vore THE noosemr miar m LET'S TAKE STOCK.? OF THE REAL ISSUES What I* at Make November »tM—1* il party MipremacyF — I* it the honor we bettow upon WM candidate, or another? — Ii U the power with which we clothe »ur puMk official*—T No—Won, ol thete thing* matter at thU time. The real U*ue involved i* far more Important. On November 4th, Iowa will decide whether to go on with the New Deal; whether we ahall continue the upward climb until we have reached the happy goal la material thing* the pre*enl national and *Ute government* are leading u* U, «r whether we (hall looten our hold upon the ladder and plunge downward to the depths of deapair and the chaam ol dectruc- tion from which the New Deal rcKucd tu. Party line* lade and diatppear—penonalilie* mean nothing al all, in the lace of aach an i*HM. The only thing that matter* i* relocation of our lair ttate to the well-bring *e all wiah tor it. Two year* ago we turned Iron politica one of l path* we bad long trod and lnuuihcd greatest humanitarian venture* ol hiitory. l*t)liov>iu£ •w petricM leader, HtMwetttt, we have traveled far in the right direction. Vt r T*«Hf**f B*W tum hacfc We cannot gaighk? with our future hajfpini't**. U r aMMt fttand tojrtlfcf r in anpttftrt ol our program. We iuu»l uphold thr frfr-i- 4»nf hy electing »»ly th**e who can bt triuted to go with hint to the >< r\ mil of Ihie rwkd to recovery. Therefore, we will ---KEEP IOWA DEMOCRATIC \\ /wwwwvwww»wwvwwWfW^ BOWL FOR BETTER HEALTH -- AT BARRY'S ; ftWUVVWi ftVl rW yV\^

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