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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 22, 1934 Flashing Open Field Game Ends High Grid Year; Eagle Wins 6-0 VISITORS HALT 3 TOUCHDOWNS SHORT OF GOAL Each Team Made 8 First Downs in Whirlwind Conference Tilt DRIVES BY BOTH TEAMS SPECTACULAR Two flashing football teams clashed on the Algona athktic field, Friday afternoon, with the championship of the North Central Six conference at stake and after a furious afternoon of foot- kail Eagle Grove, holding the one touchednw it gained in the first quarter, came through to victory. 6 to 0. No team likes to lose a football game. but it is in the cards that both teams cannot win. Algona played a brilliant game of football, against a good team carrying greater weight. The statistics give each aggregation eight flrst downs, and each team' lost 25 yards by penalty. Algtma Kicked Off Algona kicked off to Eagle Grove, downing the ball on the visitors 30 yard line, and from there on the flght got under way in a grand fashion. On the first play, Eagle Grove passed Into Yeoman's arms, but the Algona back could not hold the slippery ball. After one flrst down, the visitors punted to Algona's 17 yard line. Bruns punted right back to Algona's 40. From that point, Algona tried in vain to stop a vicious attack through the line. Eagle Grove drove to the Algona 17 yard line, and then shot a pass into the hands of a receiver over the goal line. The kick failed to cross the uprights. Algona worked a lateral pass on the klckoff and returned to its own 37 yard line. And then the spectators were treated to as varied a barrage of forward passes as has been experienced lor many a day. With a crack at the line thrown in for good measure, Algona now and then, Algona crunched down the field to the Eagle 10 yard line as the quarter ended. Backfleld Mlxup On the next play, a mixup in the backfield occurred, and the ball rolled George Brent, Jean Muir, in "Desirable" Here Wednesday in Bank Nite Movie Titonka Legion No. 465 will give a Clay Pigeon Shoot for ducks, geese and turkeys SUNDAY, NOV. 25 Shoot called at 2 p. m. back to the 27 yard line, where Algous downed it. Another pass took thj hill to the visitors' 8 yard line, but i-. was the last down and Algona lost the tall. Eagle Grove tried two plays and punted to the center of the field. A pass from Bruns to Boren went for a first down, and Yeoman snared another for a five yard gain. The next pass was blocked, but M?din grabbed mother for a flrst down on Eagle Grove's 30 yard line. AJgona was again in scoring territory. Bruns plunged through to another first down on ;he 20 yard line. And then after gain- ng five yards, an Algona pass was intercepted on the 15 yard line, and Al- ?ona's scoring threat ended. Eagle Grove punted out. A lateral pass by Algona was intercepted in the center of the field, but Algona Intercepted an 2agle pass to even things up. Eage Grove got the ball on a punt, and .he half ended with the pigskin in Eagle Grove's possession on its own 25 yard line. Punting: Duel After an exchange of punts shortly after the opening of the second half, Algona started a good drive, aided by a 15 yard penalty but Eagle held, and got the ball on a punt. The visitois came back and garnered several first downs of their own before they, too, were forced to punt. It was a duel of passing running and punting, with both elevens throwing everything into the fray. Eagle Grove's long range passing attack In the fourth quarter came dangerously near to scoring, but the passes failed to reach their marks by inches, and toward the close.of the quarter Algona worked Its way out of its own territory. Here, with minutes left to play, the fireworks started flaring. Algona blocked an Eagle Grove punt for the second time in the afternoon, and LONG'S FOOD SHOP For Everything For a Pain in Your Stomach SEE LONG'S FIRST AVo never fail to euro an empty stoinaeli. took the ball on the Eagle Grove 45 yard line. With second left to play, the Bullodgs opened for a pass formation, Bruns faded back and tossed a long throw to M'Cdin, who was downed on the Eagle 27 yard line as the game ended. Band Gives Drill Between halves the Algona high school band gave another splendid demonstration of musical and military drilling. A fair-sized crowd braved a raw, wet wind to witness the contest. The lineup: EAGLE GROVE Pos. ALGONA Batoer LH... Etherington Knutson LT. Post Gunderson LG Michel Hill C Miller Notestion Hall Notestion .. Wioster, F , Willey Wooster, B. Johnson . .RG., ..RT.. ..RE.. ..QB.. ..HB.. ..KB.. Boettcher . Stewart ... Boren ... Medin Bruns, C. Bruns, T. Yeoman CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW B. J. Harrington 3- JD. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Booms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Bit ALGONA. IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALOONA, IOWA W. a QUARTON H. W. ROLLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALOX3NA, IOWA A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. _ Phone 251 B. J. VAN NESS & O. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS OHlce over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W _ Algona. Iowa Oaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Ofllce over Quinby & Krause Building Algona. Iowa _ phone 68 ~~ L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Oflloe in Quinby Building. Phane 180, ALOONA, IOWA _ E. C. MeMAHON ATTORJflBY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krause Bldg. , Iowa phone 128 HIRAM & WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Ofllce over K»wa State Bank Phone 206 ~~ ~ p. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Offioe over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Be* ALOONA. IOWA Over Foatofiice CABKOL A. WANDEB ATTORNEY AT LAW Phone 66 J. W. Sullivan (deo'd) 8. E. McMahoo L. E. Linnaii SULLIVAN, McMAHON * UNNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings B&nk ALOONA, IOWA E. II. Parsons Judge D. F. Coyle OHlce over Basket Grocery ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Phone 820 Algeria, Iowa PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Rist over Rexall drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 32« ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER. M. D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Oalbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS. D. O. Osteopathlc Physician and Burgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALGONA, IOWA P. V. JANSE. M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.-^Res. 368; Offioe 668 MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocaine used for extraction Located over Christensen Store Phone: Business 166, Residence, 470 ALGONA, IOWA OR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quinby Bldg. Phone 133 Re*. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 West Sta'e Street Office Phone 475-W Hes. 476-R Algona, Iowa L. M. MEBBITT Mortician and Funeral Director Plume 11 Algona. low* A. V. UEBX1G SIGN SERVICE Over Fisher Cufe Phone '-08-W KVt L. I'KtSNtLL. A^oiia low*, ull kiudi of Kodak FUikihiiig tuid Enlarge- nifiita. Colored. Call Phoiw 417-J. 604 South Dvdge St. 3U-U A Grunt Plus a Groan; Wrestlers Are Hard at Work Thirty young men, from the lightweights up to the heavies, are at work leamlsg the art of grunting, snorting, holding and breaking, otherwisa known to the sports world as wrestling. Dave Ward of the high school faculty is drilling the squad, which is expected to Increase now that football is over. The men already out, and their weights, follows: 85 Ibs.—Lowell Handier and Joe Edge. 95 Ibs.—Jack Long, Wm. Tjaden, Ev- trett Black, Bruce Frederick, Lyle Palmer and Arnie Peterson. 105 Ibs.—Fred Kent, Challls Davenport. 115 Ibs.—Bud Halpin and Willis Colwell. 125 Ibs.—Wm. Altwegg. LcRoy Nelson, Roland Ped-crson. and Merton Worster. 135 Ibs.—LeRoy MathLson, nnd Lawrence Hutching. 145 Ibs.—Irving Smith and Kenneth Fraser. 155, 165 and heavyweight divisions have no men registered. Coach Ward plans on lining up some meets after his boys know more about Ihe sport. They have been working on holds, and what is termed, "going from behind," which means sneaking up on a guy and grabbing him before he knows what is happ:ning. New work will include pinning combinations and (jetting free. The latter Ls very im- pjrtant, as anyone knows who has been grappled In a head lock, or writhed in a body .scis-'ors. Heavy Cage Card Faces Hi School Faced with the loi.s of liw veterans, four of whom were regular start«r.s all last setuon, the Algonu high school baikctba!! tt"un will go into active- practice this we: k for one of the tough- cbt basketball schedules in years. The schedule follows: Dec. 11—LuVerne, h-.-re. Dec. 14—Eagle Grove, here. Dc-c. 18—Manson, here. Dec. 21—Humboldt, there. Jan. 8—Gilmore City, there. Jan. 11—Emmetsburg, there. Jan. 18—Hampton, here. Jan. 21—Livermore, heiv. Jan. 25—Webster City, here. Feb. 1-2, 8-9—conference tournament. Feb. 1, Hmnboldt; Fvb. 2, Clarion; Feb. 8, Eagle Grove; Feb. 9, Webster City. Feb. 15—Swea City, here. Feb. 22, Emru-.Uburg, here (tentative). Feb. 21-22-23-25—county tourna- mtnt. March 1 — Bootif there (tentative). March 7-8-9—sectional tournament. Tlie loj« of Slia-kleford, Sellstroni, Spener, Cretam-yfr. and Russ Media will leave e^l^s that Coach Ken Mercer will fir.'i difficulty in filling. In fact it looks lik-_- one big gap at this btage, and Eagle Grove, the first opponent on the conference schedule, h&s> a team of vets back from last ytar. SCORELESS TIE ENDS ACADEMY HOME SEASON St. Mary's, Emmetsburg, Locals Play Tight Game; to Sioux City Sunday A game and energetic football aggregation, St. Cecelia's academy of Algona p'ay.d St. Mary's of Emmetsburg to a scorless tie on the local field, Sunday, but although the locals once reached the visitors' nine-yard line, they could not score, but neither could St. Mary's, which Is something. Algona kicked off. S;ipman downed the receiver on the St. Marys 15- yard line. Emmetsburg punted on the first play. Algona punted back, and Emimteburg fumbled for a net gain of 35 yards for Algona. A punt then put the ball back on St. Mary's 12 yard line. Block a Punt After making a pair of first downs, Ermnetsburg's punt was blocked by St. Cecelia, and Algona took the bail on the 35 yard stripe. A passing attack went for naught. Emnrstsburg took the ball, and after several stabs at the line, kicked out, Algona returning to the Emmetsburg 40. Algona had the ball as the quarter ended. Van Allen snared a pass from Bode and sprinted to the St. Mary's 20 yard line. A five yard penalty on the second play hurt Algona, and the locals lost thr ball on downs. Again Emmetsburg ticked out. and Algona drove down the field to the visitors' 10-yard line, where Emmetsburg Intercepted a pass to again stave off a score. Two bad kicks followed, with Emmetsburg winding up with the ball on its own 46 as the half ended after a number of plays. Halt Strong Drive Emmetsburg made three first downs n a row as the second half opened, but St. Cecelia held the visitors for downs when the going got tough. An Algona advance started, with passes working, Emmetsburg getting called for nterference of a pass receiver, and 3ode charging through the line as the* third quarter ended. Two more flrst downs resulted from >asses for Algona on the Emmetsburg 14. And then, St. Mary's intercepted another Algona pass and kicked to the center of the field. St. Mary's rallied after that, and on the exchange of junta got well into Algona territory, jut the locals stiffened when stiffening meant stopping a touchdown. The St. Cecelia aggregation had a backfield lineup consisting of Baker, Bode, Van Allen and Dunn that went places, especially in its passing game, but interceptions at the wrong time kept the locals from scoring. Seipman seemed to be the most powerful lineman on the field. Next Sunday the academy grlddcrs will dose their season with a game at Sioux City against Trinity high. They will again .enter the fray as the underdogs, but with the marked Improvement of the past week as an encouragement, and the knowledge that (his quad Is in good shape, Coach Art Nord-strom and his men hope to make 't a ball gnnv?. LuVerne, Burt Mat Men Competed in Four Team Contest A four-team wtvsUing tournament was held at LuVerne, Saturday with LuVerne, Clarion, Grant Consolidated and Burt competing, one Algona entry was also made, Willis colwcll taking third in the 115 pound class. Tlio results follow: 75 Ibs.—Kirstcr, Clarion, first: LttVerno. second; Woltz, Burt. third. 85 Ibs.—Huntley. Clarion, first; Smith Burt. wcond; Lowstad. third. 95 Ibs.—Jtoed. first. Hammorstrom. Burt, second; Becker, Burt. third. 105 Ibs.—Lichty, LuVerne, first; Robison. second; Dugan, Burt. third. 115 Ibs.—Streas. Clarion, first; Collins. LuVerne. second; Colwoll, Algona. third. 125 Ibs.—Vogel. White <Burt) tkd for first. Vogel won toss, Solver, Grant, third. 135 Ibs.—Matoon. LuWfrne, first; Bahlingr. Burt, second; Stanhoff, Burt. third. 145 Ibs.—Long. LuVerne. first; Bristow. Burt, second. 155 Ibs—Farrell. LuVerne. first; Bri?tow. Burt, second; Boynton. Clarion. third. 165 Ibs.—Farrell. LuVornr. first; Deutcher, Clarion, second; Gettman, Burt, third. Heavj-weight—Fulks. Clarion, first; Horth, Burt. second; Wermersen. Lu- V?rne, third. Lakota Boy Gets Collarbone Break in Fall From Bed Lakota: Richard, the little year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Emory smith, fell out of bed last week and broke his collar bone. Miss Virginia Thaves of Burt spent Saturday here. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ogren went to Mason City Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman were Vlason City visitors one day last week. Tlie J. R. Heetland family spent Sunday at the Jerry Schutter home at West Bend. The M. E. Ladies' Aid will hold their nzaar and supper on Wednesday tven- ng, Nov. 21. Mrs. Andrew Janson and son. Lamont, visited with relatives at Mason City, Saturday. A Miss Peterson or Hurt, arrived here last week and has taken charge of -caching the M»».!can children. Mrs. Walter Mrvor nnd .«*in. and Mrs. Lawrence Swift were Buffa lo Center visitors one dny last wrek. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lundstrom. on Friday evening. Mr. Lundstrom Is at the Record offity. A group of ladies sprung a surprise on Mrs. Delia Smith last Friday evening and helped her celebrate IKT birthday. Mrs. Wade Bull was a business visitor at- Buffalo Centrr. ono day last nook. and while UHTP nl.^o visited nt Hit H. J. Srhuttrr home, Marvin Baum 'has oprnrd up n ivw barber shop in HIP Oprrn building. which \vns formerly us d as an office by thr Interstnte Powor Co. George Edwards drove to Woodstock. Minnesota, Inst week whore lie went to assist his son with .some carpenter work for a week or ten (lavs. Miss Lucy Carson was on Tie sick list one day last we:k, and unable to attend to her school duties. Mrs. w. E. Gutkneclit MibsUtulrd lor her. Harry Wortmnn and son, Harold of George, Iowa, were here a short time Saturday calling on relatives. Tli-y had been at Mason City on business. C. C. Freeark drove to Worthlngton, Minn., where ho mot his \vif: and little son who lind spent, a few days visiting relatives and friends at Woodstock, Minn. Mrs. Julia Wortmnn, Gertrud- Wortman, Mrs. J. E. Ukena and children. Paul and Dorothy, nnd Miss Blanche Millar, were Blue Earth visitors on Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Dawson of Aurella, Iowa, was here several dnys last week visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Smith and getting acquainted with her new grandson, Conky Ray. Coffee Shop Leads Bowling League The second wfek of th<> Algona bowling league found the following tfum standings posted: W L Pet. CofTre Shop 5 i 833 Phillip- "66" 4 2 .666 Sinclair 4 2 .666 Bill DOTS 13 3 .500 Farmers 3 3 .500 C.-H. Rats 2 4 .333 Nicks Shine 2 4 .333 Fearless 5 1 5 .166 Stnndinns do not include games played this work. Bill Barrv stated. Face New Charges Joe Thilges. Leo B-.sch, Ole Thors- and. and Estel Anders, all serving erms in Fort Madison penitentiary for robbery, were brought to Emmetsburs, Sunday, by Sheriffs Montgomery of ~?alo Alto and Dahlhau^er of Kossuth, o answer to similar charges in connection with the Kniepel ca.se at Mul- ard. They are serving Urn-? in con- lection with the Hancock and Kossuth robberies of the Eiseman and Robinon farms. It's n srivsatioii. John, and the price is scandalous. The laspst 1935 Battery operated Console Radio—with super Pentagrid Tubes, 8" Spraker— complete with Bnttctries and Tubes, I $33.95. Less than most everyone asks ' for a mantel set.—Gamble Stores. 47 COLWELL BROS. Aucts. Graciuate of Jones Nnt'l. School Auctioneering, Chicago, 111. 21 years actual selling experience. W> solicit a part of the business in this territo y. H. M. Colwell located first n'aoe west of junction Ifi9 and 18. Phone 20F12 40-M Cob House Burns Titcnkft Topic: Fire broke out, in the cob hou.v nt the Jake Woifzancl home in Gorman township Saturday night, destroying the building completely. The Titonka fire department with eight men arrived in time to fave the home nnd other buildings. The cob house stood within 16 feet of the Weigands fine home. LuVerne Community Club Host to Ladies LuVerns. : The men's community club met Monday night in the school gymnasium. Their wives and families were guests. A very interesting program was, given consisting of -the "Kusty Hinge QuurUiUe" u£ Mu^uu City. the Ramus- Hoepaer stringed orchestra also play- td several selection^. A solo by Dwight Baktr ami luimioiucu music 'by the Yuuugwlrth brothers ak,u lealuivd Ihe IJjoyriim. A very lovely lunch \vut> served by a counmtlee L! MX. L>r. Eas- uu, Hurry Christiansen. Irvun Chup- inuii, Klmcr (.iJ'ulibuch, Albeit tSciui'i- der and Edwin Mu-Hy. The commituv tor thr next, meeting will be Otto We.il- ling, Fred tic 1 UK id IT. Phil Henderson uaid Fcter IIOSIKltY ! Ho»iery • i* »uch ' a ' tmall Ivford to be *uch a large problem. Clau»»ner,~ underttanding thi» problem, ha* designed hote with a »pecial ap- pv»l to the modern woman both at to price and .•atitfaction. 49c 79c $1.00 SMARTLY , STYLED by Brownell Shoe Co. CALL THEATRE November 20-29 Algona, Iowa Ice—Air—Water—Pine Sanitor. 50,000 cu. ft. "Kooler Alre" tern. Call the nearest telephone operator for our program, have the Information and are happy to serve you. Only the Best —We Don't Show the Re.st Sys- They NOV 20-21 ' A ConKdy Driimn JOHN GILBERT VICTOR MC LAOLEN LBON ERROL HELEN VINSON WALTER CONNELLY "THE CAPTAIN HATES THE SEA' 1 It's a "Grand HoU-1" on a Bout Thurs.-Fri., Nov. 22-23 Sticcc.s.sor to 20.000,000 Sweethearts DICK POWELL ALLEN JENKINS JOSEPHINE HUTCHIN80N FRANK MC HUGH "HAPPINESS AHEAD" It's n musical "It Happened One Night" type of *Jiow. Saturday, Nov. 24 Doubk- Feature. Algona's favorite — EDDIE QUILIxAN in "THE GRIDIRON FLASH" Timely Football comedy drama PAT O'BRIEN ANN DVORAK "I SELL ANYTHING" New Serial Rex. Kins of Wild Horses. Rin Tin Tin, Jr., in "THE LAW OF THE WILD' News. Sun.-Mon. Tues. Nov. 25-26-27 Tr.n-i- Corking Bin Days Matincc.s Sunday 1-3-5. Tuesday 2:30 JOE PEN N Mi LANNY HOK.S JACK OAKIK LYDIA HOHKRTA and Peim-r'A Duck Go<>-O<>o, 'JOO beautiful dancing KirLs, 'M>. In "( OI.LEGi: RHYTHM" and Muilral "Tin- My:,teiiou.s Kif.V SENSATIONAL VALUE Pictures don't tell the story. You must see a Maytag demonstrated before you can realize how much you get for your money. This extra Maytag quality is the reason more Mayfaga were bought in half of 1934 than in all of 1933. lee the Maytag dealer near you, For home* not having eFectrlc- lly, tny M«yt«g ma/ be h«d With Gftlohnr: Multt - Motoi •I llighl additional coil. 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