The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1934 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, lofra, December 13,1934 Algona Wrestlers Lose to Lu Verne; Will Meet Burt COLWELLONLY BULLDOG WHO WINS VICTORY South Kossuth Team Has 34 to 5 Margin; Burt Team Strong The Algona high wrestling team was bowled over by the LuVerne grapples last Thursday night In the opening meet for the Bulldogs, held at Lu- Vei ne. The score was 34 to 5. Colwell of Algona, In the 125 Ib. class, threw Wegner of LuVerne to score the five points for the locals. Vera's match with Hesse of LuVerne, was *lso a •lose affair. -The matches were better than trie Mwre Indicated. Uchty, Mattoon, Lang, O. and M. Parrell looked best lor LuVerne. LuVernes next match was with Clarion. Algona held the final tryouts, Tues«ay night, Tor the next meet, scheduled with Burt here next Friday evening, after the Algona-Bagle Grove teketball game. Results of the LuVerne-AIgona Hatch: •5 M».—Hesse (LuVerne) won from Tera, Algona. M ibs^Ltodebak (LuV) threw Bor«•, Algona. 105 Ibs^-Phll Uchty (LuV) won from Kent. Algona. 115 Ibs.—D. Llchty (LuV) threw Hal- gtn, Algona. 135 IbB^-Oolwell, Algona, threw Weg'•V. (LuV). 135 Ibs.—Uattoon (LuV) won tram Matties, Algona. 145 Ibs.—M.. Farrell (LuV) threw Bkawart, Algona. 155 n>&—Lang (LuV) threw Smith, JUfeona. All-Star Teams arc a Lot of Hooey! It has br*n more -:nn.n a good laugh to watch the picking^of a school teams. It has been a sad affair to hundreds of deserving players, who happen to go unmentioned. First the state dailies other than Des Moine.s, do the trick Naturally the .'crumble is to pet as many of their own boys in '.he lineup M U; possible. Then DC* Moines tries it; with Uw «me end i« view keepln-T in mind all the time where the circulation of their papers is the heaviest Then the local papers try it; using Ihe same mercenary S And none cl them'are capable of doln* Justice ta anyone not only because of the home tow booster angle, but beaui.* half the thre the writers don't know enough about football to Dick such a team and «condy because they haven't, seen all the teams and thus are in no position to say who ar e "the best." Men who pained state recognition In the Nor'h Central conference were unable to gain first places on f'.e North Central coaches selection, which speaks lor Itself in the accuracy of such selections Dick Post and Howard Medin were given honorable mention in the Des Moines Register selections. In the conference .team selected officially by coaches, Medln was placed at quarterback on the first team, and Miller and Bruns at center and fullback on the second tram. Honorable mention went to Etheringtou, Boren, MitcUel, BocCtcher, V. Bruns and Schmidt. _ . eration from men who know other men'* tastes, come to this store. Cretzmeyer Cuts Indoor Track Record, 300 Yards, at Harvard Charles Cretzmeyer, a freshman at Harvard, broke the indoor cage record, distance 300 yards, running the time in :34 seconds, at time trials held recently at the eastern school, word received here disclosed. "Chuck" is a member of the freshman track team at the eastern school He starred here in state high school circles. The local boy began training last fall when the track squad was working outdoors. Recently they moved inside, and time trials were held in track cage. The cage itself had very sharp corners, and th e track in general was soft at the time of the trials. According to the story received here, the head coach, after ' hearing o* Chuck's time, came over to the frosn squad from the varsity and looked the Algonlan up, then turned him around and saw his name on the back of his sweatshirt. The head coach Is calling him "Crete now. M^WftM*. • Heavyweight—O. Fteeii (LaV) threw Shaw, Algona. An exhibition match which had no touring on the point total was also > jrat on between Klchard Halpln of Algeria and Harpo of LuVerne, In the 75 •L class. Ledyard Cagers Defeat Bancroffe 2 •me I*dJ«rd basketball team scored *£****?"• Pin Topplers in Neck-Neck Race The Sinclair Oil and CoBee Shop maples pounders, otherwise known as bowlers are staging a nip and tuck for «wo more victories rrUuy, the taojf •ntplaylng Bancroft, 26 to 16. while the girls smothered the Tlsitora 07 to 4. The local boys aad girts are witting the pace In the North Kossutb confer' ence. The Ledyard dribblers play Venton In • doublebeader Tuesday. Partners teams. The standings at the end of the league play last week, were as follow. Team * **"* Sinclair .................. 10 Coffee Shop ............. 10 9 Special! ! Get Your Permanent Before the Holiday rush Spiral or Croq. .2.50 Frederick Croq. 4.50 Eugene Spiral .5-50 All permanerKs Include Shampoo, Finger Wave and Hair Cut. All work guaranteed. Shampoo and Finger wave 50c Shampoo Finger Wave and Manicure 75c Oil Shampoo 50c The Cottage Beauty Shop Pet. .668 .66<3 .600 .533 .468 .468 .400 .200 Phillip farmers 8 Barbers 7 C.-H. Rats 7 Fearless Five 6 Nick's Shine 3 Nick's Shines, despite the offer of Nick to give the boys a free shine, stUl hold down the bottom. Nick changed , the location of his shoe shop this week; that may help. A team may be down. hut it's never out until the last pin, says Nick. "CHUCK- CRETZMEYER More Funnies in Color! 20 Pa*es of World Famous Conors Will Be Fonnd Every Week In the Sunday Chicago Herald and Examiner. 119 8. Minnesota at. Phone 128 COLWELL BROS. Aucts. Graduate of Jones Nat'l. School Auctioneering, Chicago, 111. 21 years actual selling experience. W<? solicit a part of the business in this territory. H. M. Colwell located first n'ace west of junction 1R9 ana 18. Phone 20F12 40-'. I ^"^ , "\ FRESH -1LL SAY/ \ WE'LL DELIVER, \ EARLY TOMORROW/ L^-^ EAGLE GROVE IS FIRST BIG SIX FOE ON FRIDAY Stewart, Medin, Bruns and Post Boys Slated to Start The first basketball game in the North Central conference for Algona, will occur Friday night, when the Bulldogs meet the veteran Eagle Grove quint, rated as the strongest conference team. . , Coach Ken Mercer announced his | ( starting lineup yesterday. He will hav-. 1 George Stewart at center, B?b Post and Howard Medin at forwards, and Dick Post and Clarence Brun* at guards. Eagle Grove loit only one man from last year's squad, and will come hero primed to open its conference year with a victory. The Bulldogs, with a lineup tt.at. will improve as the sea- on progresses, are not conceded a victory, but are certain to fl?ht with the slim hope that a win might be theirs Armstrong Cagers Beat Swea, 34-25 Swea City: The Swea City basketball team met Its traditional foe. Armstrong, Friday night. The first team pajr.e proved to be a thrilling battle In the third quarter Hanlfan and Jen sen of Swea City and Schwltters of Armstrong went out on fouls. Lelaml and K:uger of Swea City and Ortmev*" j of Armstrong sub tituted. The final ' score was Armstrong 34, Swea City, , 25. The second team score was Bwen j City 27, Armstrong 9. "hie next hom e game will be with Graettinger Dec. 11. Games Postponed The Ledyard-Swea City high school basketball game, booked lor D c. 17, was postponed until January 29. when It was lound impossible to play the game on the former date. Ledyard and Swea City again are offering two of the strongest teams in the county this season. The Baptist Loyal class will meet "hunday, December 13th, with Mrs. Jell Wheelock. Mrs. Carrie Taylor and s Anna Ingersoll will be assist in<j hostesses. Each one is to bring a ten ent gift for the grab bag. THE HEN IS A NOTED ADVERTISER—when the (ays an «gg, «ha tells the world about it. BUT a million cackles won't market an egg .... so farm women find the cheapest and easiest way to get customers and sell their produce is by TELEPHONE. '>jia ulica— protect* Ma und prop-% tf^rf's tr/us, tittle aiitl money. 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Let s show you. ***> Interwoven Hose Women Find It Easy to Do Their Christmas Shopping at This Store Buy a Man's or Boy's Gift from a Men's and Boys' Store To the women shoppers of this community this store extends a most cordial invitation to shop here for "His Gift," We want you to feel at home here—feel free to take as much of our time as you want—ask any questions you desire—cither in seeking (iitt suggestions or in making your selection. If it's a gift for your fattier, husband, brother or friend you seek- -let us be of service to you. This store has catered to the wants of men for these many years, has a man's viewpoint and knows his preference. If you want your gift to please him buy it at a store where he buys his own things. You will find that our salesmen know the last word in good style, they're helpful with suggestions, courteous, and they will make your gift problems a joyful event. Everything that well- dressed men and boys wear is here, carefully selected for the Yuletide season. Our especially selected Gift Department makes choosing a remembrance for the "Hims" a real pleasure. Stop in and get a look at the many holiday offerings that line our counters, racks and shelves. All Christms gifts purchased are placed in beautifully decorated Christmas boxes. If you -wish packages may be left at our store until you call for them. We also will prepare your packages .for mailing if you so desire. Fifty-one weeks out of the year he buys his wearables here— simply because here he finds quality and style at economic prices. Isn't that a good reason for you, at holiday time, to buy his gifts from our extensive showing? Women, who as a rule buy the things for their young sons, will be interested in knowing that our department of Boys' Wear is complete. Parents know that the best gift they could make their boy is some article of wearing apparel. Perahps something that he has hinted a desire for, like mittens, gloves, a new shirt or tie, a sweater, hat or cap. If Every Woman Knew W hat Every Man Knows— She'd Give Him Hosiery The married ladies have an idea —but the single folks have no idea how badly a man is always needing—HOSIERY. And this Christmas, for the stocking, you need seek no further than this store. Of wool—of silk—of lisle—of patterns that have never been shown before—of colors to harmonize with winters best fashions. '*' By the pair—or the box. As reasonable or as rich as you decide. 25c to 1.00 Christmas Gloves for Every Whim and "Him" If you are looking for a gift that is right up to the handle, and if you will allow us to handle it— we'll suggest GLOVES. The kind he likes to wear with his he.st. Or for every day utility, every warm kind to keep his fingers out of the refrigerator. Tans and grays in tones to match overcoats, Silk or Wool lined. We have his size—you know he'll like this gift. 1.50 to 6.00 No Miss Can Go Amiss at Zender & Caldwell's g There are some gifts to be chos- s en by young ladies that mean as S much to them as the selection of a nation's program. And because such importance is placed on this single gift—the single girl should seek better quarters for the token that may lead to a better half. Young ladies, the Zender & Caldwell label is your haven of safety—you are assured that the fashion is authoritative—the duality the finest—the taste the keenest. This is HIS Store—and if you are going to please him you should know it. Complete stock of gifts now available. Stunning Christmas Neckwear That "He" Will Take to His Bosom Every man like to receive ties — but every man doesn't receive the type of ties he likes. The man who has a place on your list has no place around his neck for a brass band. Symphonies in silk. Shades as mello was a cello — but every one in the vast offering has the inborn breeding of a gentleman's scarf. Appropriately boxed. Attractively priced. 50c to 1.50 Seek No More, My Ladies! The same men on your list are always on ours Why bother your Yuletide thoughts when all the worry of choosing for men can be swept away — quickly — just like that. HATS CAPS GLOVES SHIRTS TIES MTJFFLEHS FOCKS BELT SETS GIFTS THAT RESPECT A MAN'S RIGHTS HANDKERCHIEFS BAGS and SUIT CASES GLADSTONE BAGS LOUNGING ROBES SUSPENDERS PAJAMAS BELTS NOTICE All Christina* Goods will be boxed in Christmas boxes with no extra charge. W^^ Zender & Caldwell THE GOOD CLOTHES SHOP ALGONA The very men who are on your mind now are on our customer books. He chooses this for his own store —we know his likes and dislikes —that's why he likes us. No study over sizes—WE KNOW HIS. No apprehension when the gift is delivered—HE KNOWS US. *

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