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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona Iowa, November 8, 1934 Sw5" SPORTI MO MEWS oft/i& Humboldt High, Hawkey^^.C^Des^Momes, Weeks Grid Card BREAKS AGAINST ALGONA; EAGLES WIN BY 19 TOO Algona Hi Beats Clarion, 16-13; Humboldt to Play Here Friday Next Sunday Fans Can See One of State's Best Semi-Pro Clubs Estherville's Eagl-cs, femi-pro grid- ders, tripped the Algona Independents here Sunday evening, 19 to 0, tinder th« lights, and in the presence of a small crowd. The game was much closer fought than the score would indicate, and in no way detracting from Estherville's •victory. Next Sunday afternoon, at 2:30 o'clock, the highly touted Hawksye A. C of Des Moines will play the Independents here on the local field. The Hawk- eyes lost by a 6 to 0 scon? to the famous Daniels pro team of Des Moines, but have won a majority of their games this year. For local fans it wil" be an opportunity to see one of the best semi-pro teams in the state in action, and for the contest, will have its best lineup in severa weeks, including all locnl stars and a galaxy of others from Estherville, Emmetsburg and Brltt. Get Nice Break Estherville's first touchdown resulted directly from a bad break In the first half. An Algona pass from center miscarried In the backfleld, and as the backs charged into the line, Estherville fell on the ball on the Algona 15-yard line. From, there they plowed over for a score and the extra point. The second touchdown came in the third quarter, after an intercepted pass and run of 35 yards took the ball into scoring position. The final touchdown remitted! (from a (successful 30-yavd pass and a fine smash off tackle, and was the only touchdown of the three that came as a direct result of superior football on Esthervlllete part, although the visitors' alertness should not be discounted by any means In taking th«lr breaks when they occurred. Passes Gain Ground Algona used a forward passing attack in the final quarter, Bartik of Britt throwing tosses to Ostrum for 25 yards and Burns for 10 yards, with the latter reeling off 40 yards before being downed on the Estherville five yard line. Here the visitors held, and fo*r passes failed to put the ball over the line. Ostrum and Bums performed brilliantly at ends in the passing game, and OOMcrom. and.- Helneson . weia.. at. ,th« taektea for Algona. Adams and Mar- tlnek held down the guard posts. Moore was at center, and Humphries, Hughes and Slater of Emmctsburg and Bartik •f Britt were the backfleld. Algeria was shy on reserves, but Murray of Bnmetsburg and Clark of Britt also caw action. North Kossuth Cage League Ready to Begin New Season Penton: The following seven high school teams have formed a conference and will compete against each other twice during the season and the team winning the most games and losing the least will receive a cup: Fenton, Ledyard, Lone Rock, Titonka, Seneca, Bancroft and Lakota. Students reporting for basketball here are: D. W:isbrod, J. Waite, H. Kramer, B. Skare, M. Burwash, J. Bailey, W. Alderson, R. Oeronsin. C. Glaus, L. Newel, E. Newel, C. Bellinger, R. Juskatnp, H. Kruecrer, H. Bailey, R. Gramenz and Algona Undefeated in North Central Conference; Hope For Second Win ST. CECELIA LOSES TO LIVERMORE IN SCORING DELUGE mdse 4931.27 Hugh Post, hauling engine repairs 13.00 Standard Oil Co.. gns 1.49 White Eagle OH C?.. lub. oil . . 31.85 Kennedy <te Parsons, mdse 3.84 Coorxr-Keller Oil Co.. furl oil 248.21 Forbes Petroleum Co.. gns oil .. 228.06 M. Jentz. This is th« schedule for the Fenton games: conference— Nov. 16, Bancroft, here; Nov. 27, Lakota, here; Dec. 7, Lone Bock, there; Dec. 11. Ledyard, there; Dec. 14, Seneca, here; Dec. 21, Titonka, there; Jan. 11. Bancroft, there; Jan. 25, Lakota, there; Feb. 1, Lone Rock, here; Feb. 5, Ledyard, her?, Feb. 8, Seneca, there; Feb 15, Titonka, here; non-conference games: Dec. 18, Bancroft, here (St John's); Jan. 29, St. John's, there. Mayor Specht Has Court at 2 A.M. Mayor C. F. Specht held a court session at 2 a. m., last Friday, and after William Bamus and Woodrow Green had been fined $5 each and coits on a charge of disturbing the peace, the cas;s were dismissed. The men were taken into custody earlier in the evening by Night Marshal Van Alstyne. George Schropfer was fined $10 and costs on a charge of drunkenness last week In the mayor's court. Trinity Lutheran Church Rev. f. 1. Braner, pastor The following services Sunday: Sunday School and Bible class at 9:30 a. m. The German communion will be celebrated Sunday. Preparatory service at 10 a. m. Main service at 10:30 a. m. Announcements for the communion Saturday at the parsonage The S. S. T. meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Ail those who did not yet bring their gift lor the "Open Bible Thank Offering" may do so Sunday. Two sustained touchdown drives and the alert work of two linemen early in the game accounted for 16 points, and a victory for the p Algona high Bulldtogs over the CCarion Cowboyls, at Clarion, last Thursday afternoon. The final score was 16 to 13. Coach Mercer's boys got into the game at the outset wlnn Stewart and Boren sailed into the Clarion back- fleld and blocked a punt behind the goal line, dropping the kicker in his tracks before he could get the boot away. With a two point lead. Algona began its vengeance on Clarion for last year's defeat. Homboldt Beat Clarion This coming Friday evening, at 8 p. m., local fans will have their last night football game of the season for the high school team on the local field, with Humboldt furnishing the opposition. Humboldt defeated Clarion earlier in the season, 6 to 2. The contest was the first one for Algona in the North Central six conference. The locals will be at nearly full strength. Boren Is suffering from boils and may not be abte to play against Humboldt. Play Straight Football After the Clarion kicker had been smothered for two points and a safety Algona received the klckofT, and witr traight line smashes worked the bal down for a touchodnw without losing .he ball. Medin went over for the tal- y, and Bruns plunged for the extra wint. But late in the second quarter, Claron, aided by a 15-yard penalty on Algona, which took the ball to the Bull logs' one-yard line, cracked over fo a score. A plunge for the extra point was stopped at the line of scrimmage. The half ended with Algona leading, 9 to 6. A Beautiful Pass Shortly after Algona had kicked off to Clarion in the third quarter, Hansen, Clarion back, faded back and cool- 34 to 12 Final Outcome; Locals Rest for a Week With four regulars missing from the lineup, Barry, Baker, Llchter nnd Thls- s-en, the St. Cecelia Aacdemy eleven bowed before Livermore high, on the Livermore field. Friday. Livei-morc scored 20 points before St. Cecelia began to click. The final score was 34 o 12. Algona's first touchdown came in Milwaukee Ry., frt. on A. H. Borehardt. mdse. K. D. James, mdse fuel oil 47638 Elliott Skilling. man and team 63.GO Willard Gregson. man & team .. 24.00 Wlllard Oregscn. man & team 8580 George Guntkr, labor 9.60 George Guilder, labor 45.00 Frank Skilling. labor 5.V20 Oliver Bnkkeii. Inbor Oliver Bakken. labor Louis Hngg. labor he second period, when Bode plunged over. The second touchdown came in the thi^d quartesr fotr St. Cecelia's, when a pass from Bode to Van Allen went for a score. Trio of Stars Bode, Patterson and Van Allen played outstanding games, while Selzer at ccrtlcr 1 , ButKr, Gilibride, Seipmnn, Delm, Streit, Dunn and Haig all gave good accounts of themselves. This coming week the boys will have a rest, and Coach Art Nordstrum will prime his men for the meeting with Emmctsburg here next week. George Boltrfjauer, repairs .., Clnpp's Mastrr Service, mdse. American Legion Aux.. ad. ... Western Union, sen-ice 9.30 Ernst Thlel. meter reading 26.2. r ) CITSCO Union Electric Co.. sign light 2.4S Treasurer of State. sal-:s tnx .. 403.36 H. N. Mathes, labor 8.92 H. W. Post et ar, frt. & dray 25.32 Butterworth Motor Express, frt. and dray 8.53 Paul Baker e t al, refund dcpastt 26.00 Northwestern Bell Telephone, service 20.77 Ry. Express Agency, expre.ss ... 9.23 Ry. Express Agency. express .. 4.45 Skelly Oil Co., gas & oil 4.23 Christensen Bros., mc'.sp 2.19 J. L. Malloy. repairs 1.75 Cossuth Co. Implement Co.. repairs 4.29 . W. Speraw. repairs 2.00 C. D. Jamos, mdse. Pestotnik Oil Co., kerosene . kelly Oil Co., gas and oil ...... 1.26 Standard Oil Co., mdse ......... 74.11 Geo. L. Milkr, mdse. A: repairs 97.72 Algona Upper Des Moln«. print- Skelly Oil Co., gas & oil 10.39 Leigh ton Supply Co., mdse.. street lights 16.54 Lelghton Supply Co., mdse. ... 5.60 Lcighton Supply Co., mdse.. cooling tower 39.95 Crane Company, mdse 158.9" J. F. Pritchard & Co., contract 835.55 Fairbanks Morse & Co., mds?. 125.00 C. M. St. P. & P. Ry. et al, Pots in Second Team For Livermore, the second squad hastily yanked out and regulars sent hastily yanked out the regulars sent in when Algeria's drive netted a second touchdown. The passing attack of St. Cecelia proved fairly successful and if the defense had been eflually as good the final outcome would have been closer. Sykes, Hood, Fox and Lefler were stars in the Livermore offense. frt. and hauling (tower) 119.79 12.00 42.(W ,10.30 5.95 Win. McMahon ct al, labor .... 142.55 Wm. Aman, labcr 12.80 3.38 ! Tire Service Co.. mdse. .68 12.30 2.02 1.50 3. R. Cook, gas and oil ........ 1 86 1 .35 Ing 35.67 Burns <ft Wallburpr. refund cigarette license 37.50 Water Fnnd J. W. Kelly, salary 65.00 Frank Oft rum. .'.ilary 115.00 Harry Barton, salary 11100 Lmir'a Mitchell, salarv 05.00 Farl Bowman, labor 78 00 U;in Palmer et al. labor 13.30 Moe & Sjogren. mdse 6.68 Clapp's Master Service, repairs 50 Skelly Oil. gas and oil 12.26 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co.. mdse. H. Chnnnon Co., mdse. 13.06 401 The Brown Instrument Cx. incise 6 36 Fire Fund C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 Clapp's Master Sen-ice, mdse.. Skelly Oil Co.. gas and oil 4.00 2.19 J. W. Sewer Fond K'.lly. salary 25.00 WHAT DO Wm. Muckey et al, labor (tower) 258.60 Advance Publish. Co., printing 45.20 General Fund Frank Green, salary 108.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 54.00 H. A. Van Alstyne, salary 54.00 SEXTON NEWS Roy Larson, police work 16.10 F. W. Green, dogs 1.00 Tom Akre, rent 10.42 1.77 9.26 22.12 3.78 15.00 Jesse Lastiibrook, salary 30.00 Jesse Lashbrook, salary 75.00 Elliot Skilling, man and team.. 48.00 Clapp's Master Service, repair.. Skelly Oil Co., gas & oil Chas. Hoffman et al, gas & oil N. W. Bell Telephone Co., service Jesse UmbenhoW'jr, care of dump Against the Hawkeye A. C., Algona will have the above players and also several more. Ken Mercer, who was attending the Simpson, homecoming last,week end. is also expected to be hd&"for Oie' afl-Tifijiortarit 'game With the Des Moines clan. The Des Moin-ts lineup will Include Rlley and Brill, ends; Breedln and Nowfcn, tackles; Doty and Fillips, guards- Harmon, center; Rainwater, quarter; D'Zuro and Miller, halfbacks; Davies, fullback. , ly tossed the pigskin 52 yards, on; of the longest passes ever seen by a high school player in this section, into the waiting arms of Lunde, who scampered 10 yards over the goal line for another touchdown. A plunge picked up the extra point, and Algona trailde, 13 to 9. But the Bulldogs lived up to their name, and after receiving the kickoS on their own 30 yard line, which was returned to the 47 yard ctrlpe, the locals marched down the field, playing smooth football, ond Schmidt crncked over for the winning tally. Bruns HK- nin crashed the line for the «xtru point. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW R J. HarrlnRton JJg- Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW J. L. BONAE ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA. IOWA W B. QUAIITON II. W. MILLEtt ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA. IOWA A. Hutchison Donald C. c . Hutchigon ATTORNEYS AT LAW Quinby Bldg. PhoneMl K. J VAN NESS & G. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank PhoneJiia-W Algona.jowa Oaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly y SHOMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause J? u l ldl1 *! Algona, Iowa E. H. Parson* Judge D. F. Coyle Office over Basket Grocery ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Phone 820 Algona, Iowa PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OHice formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Rlst over Rexall drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 326 ALGONA, IOWA C. II. CRETZMEVEU, M. D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Galbralth Bldg. Phone 444-310 WX&XO&!Xai81^^ SCHOOL NEWS I An (By Esther Pratt) Assembly Friday assembly program on Intenia- tional Friendship will b:' given in the high school auditorium Friday morning at 8:35 by high school pupils. This will be In commemoration of Armistice Day and the- public Is invited to ;it- tond. W. ». ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Rebidenco 688 ALGONA, IOWA P. V. JANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. phone No.—Kes. 366; Office 6B6 MELV1N G. BOUHNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones— Office 197 Res. 194 Phone 58 L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office to Qulnby Building. Phene 180. ALGONA, IOWA ~K. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Algona, Iowa HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 f. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over IowaJ3tate Bank Bldg IOWA 315 CABBOL A. WANDEB ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Poetoflice J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) phone 85 .-., i "— 8. E. McMahoc . SULLIVAN, McMAHON * " NNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA DENTISTS DB. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocaine used for extraction Located over Chrlstensen Store Phone- Business 166. Residence, 470 ALGONA, IOWA Miss Krampe, Miss Messenger, Mis.s Renaud und Mr. Wurd are in charge. Pupils in th ir classes have been .studying various foreign countries. Heine economics students have studied costumes of other land.- and will have a doll display. Miss Krampe's and Mis. Messenger's 10th English classes have corresponded with foreign people and borne of these letter.-, will be r.uri or displayed. Mr. Ward's geography classes are studying maps and will have model airplane display. Miss Miller will have charg.- of the music in the program and Mis.-- Morris will direct the dancing. • • • /ill-School Party The committees for the all-high party to be given November 23, have beui appointed. They consist of various members of the S. O. O. S. clul. which is sponsoring the event. Tne program committee consists ol John bishop, chairman, Betty Edge, Wayne Mooiv, btanUy Muckey and Isabel Grcenberg. Uurwood Baker is the Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bolenus and family of near Doan. Mr. and Mrs. John Bahr nnd family moved into the Pasley house on the south end of main street Monday where they will live this winter. Miss Nell Wise returned home on Saturday from near Bancroft where she had been the past three w-teks car- Ing for her sister and new son. Mre. Florence Orthel of Los Angeles California, who has be«n visiting here for some time, is visiting this week with her niece, Mrs. August Klrsch- batun and family. Mrs. B. E. Sanders visited in Mason City last week Friday and Saturday at the home of her sister, Mrs Henry Hawley and family. She return- od home Saturday. Dewcy Hughes of DCS Moines nnd Owen Hughes of Marshalltown came Sunday for a couple of days' visit with :heir s'lst r, Mrs. Elizabeth Yanser and family north of town. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and daughter, Edith, were- Sunday dinner ;uests at the home of Mrs. Eliza Richards in Algona. Mr. and Mr.s. Merle Richards nnd family of near Burt were also there. C. N. Belsch was taken to the Ko;- suth haspital Sunday, where he w-ill remain until his hand has h:aled. H injured his hand while hauling cobs about two months ago and had to have a linger removed. A large numbir of Sexton people attended church .services at Wesley the Methodist church Sunday evenini; to hear Rev. S. E. Polovlna. Hi- is report, d mast is a native of Jugoslavia. Mr. and Mrs. Harvvy Steven, .SOILS Wilbur and Everett of north of town and their niece and nephew, Alice and George Cump ot Winterset were all Sunday dinner uu-:st.s at the home ol Rupture H. L. Hoffmann, Expert Minneapolis, Minn., will demonstrate without charge his "Perfect Retention Shields' in i Algona, Tuesday, Nov. 20 at the Algona Hotel from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. Any rupture allowed to protrude is dangerous, weakening the whole system. It often causes stomach troubl", gas and backpains. My "Perfect Retention Shields" will hold rupture under any condition of work and contract the opening in short time. Do not submit to avoidable operations and w;ar trusses that will enlarge the opening. Many snti.'fled clients In order. CHEA\ACOL PROCESSED YOU S'POSE HAPPENED? OAL H's identified wHhtagt like M/t» "I |u«» Jet'i curtd of trytoj to pby |olc«t en hit wife." "How 1 . Ait?" "H« hid her MM totth «nd htd to «M iwp until th< found them. N«rt k h«d • load of co«l d«1hr«r*d on htr wnhdry. "And wk*t htpptntd?" "Nothing—thrt'itl* funny thln« about H. They d«. llvtted QMIMCO! Pro-, c.,,td Cotl." Ch«m«te1 Prectmd CM) It c1««n to htndk *nd cltin to d«l!v«r. The «o«l duit illelci tl$M to H. dirt clouds blDowlnj «round le «tmoy tvnyoiM. Tlit ttnuinc It Identified by round dlict In every to«d. W« hive the GENUINE—c.ll u, lodtyl We have arranged to have BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS COAL Processed with Chemacol. Favorably known in this community f=r years, Botsfcrd's Peerless Coal is n//w improved with Che.iiacol. Botsford Lumber Cor Intel-fating to he.ir. H Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and fain- lu-ar Bancroft. Council Minutes Algonu. Iowa, Oct. 25.--Citv ecuiu-i' of the city of Algonu met at UK- city hall on this day and among other things allowed the following bilk: Electric Light Fund chairman ol Serving with 'the dance committee, him are Paul Woottir. Donald Akre, Palmer Sellstrom, Cha.-. Beardsley. Refreshments are in charge of Freda Paetz, chairman, Edyth. Roe- DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa der, Watson March, John sen and Maxine Larson. VETEBINABIANS Dr L W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 West Sta>e Street Office Phone 475-W Kes. 475-R Algona, Iowa L. M. MERBITT Mortician and Funeral Director Phone 11 Iowa A. V. HEBTIG SIGN SERVICE Over Fisher Cafe Phone -48-W EVE L. PBESNELL, Algona Iowa, all kinds of Kodak Finishing and Enlargements. Colored. Call Phone 417-J 604 South Dodge St. 32-tf Chris Len- Tne Celebration Week world looks rosy just to several people around the high school and it seems to be celebration week. Meryl Ycvinan celebrated his birthday Friday with a party, Enna Dee Phillips is celebrating her b. f.'s recovery from liis recent illness, C. Post's arm lias readied another stagt in recovery and is out of the props that held it in isiid-uir, sJ he's celebrating. • • • Several of the high school students ipent the w-.ek end in the Twin Cities attending Miimesctu homecoming. Although the trip proved rather expensive due to such thing- as broken windows, etc.. •-very-out reported an excellent time. J. W. Kelly, salary Bt'llock, salary Walter Gorman, salary . . Tom Halpin, .-alary rl. E. Siepheiison, salary $145.00 . 129.00 . 120.00 120.00 .11500 HOME OFFICE: Lincoln Bldp., Minneapolis, Minn. 45-40 :tay Barton, salary ............ 115.00 C. C. Wright, salary .......... 70.00 Adah Carlson, salary .......... 125.00 Electric Supply Co., mdse ..... 409,40 Terry-Dunn Co.. nidi .......... 16.97 Malleable Iron Range Co., must. 32-137 Line Material Co., mdse ....... 26.61 Westing-house Electric Supply. mdse ......................... a?- 43 Iowa Machinery i: Supply Co, mdse ......................... S. F. BOWS..I- &: Co., mdse American Machine Co . md.se Graybar Electric Co., mdse. . Fulton Iron Works, contract 29.89 24.45 1.2t> 7-tiS .2.000.00 Fulton Iron Works, contract. Read Tile Want Ads—It Pays. Two Men Die for Woman Neither Wanted! A Ktiil-LilV Tragedy Among tlu; Ar^bs and the Freiu'li Foreign Lvgiuii. Ut-ad It iu The n Wi-i-Uy, the Miifazuic Ud With Next Sunday'!. Herald and Examiner. Algona High vs Humboldt ALGONA ATHLETIC FIELD Friday, November 9, 8 p. m. Admission: Adults 35c, Students 25c The Last Night Home Game FOR BETTER HEALTH - AT l^^^vvwwvwsiv^^ WMWWVWWW^^

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