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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 19, 1936
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The Algona Upper Pes Moinea, Algonis iWa, May 19,1936 Grays Open Ball Season with 10-0 Win at t Bruns Rates First In JeveHn Throw; Enters State Meet Tommy Bruns soared to fame, last Saturday afternoon, on the strength of a powerful throw of the javelin which he made at the Fort Dodge district high school track and field meet. Tommy was the only Algona entry to win a first place. He hurled the spear a distance of 150 feet, 1 inch. Algona's team scored 13 points in all. As a result of Bruns' feat he is eligible for the state meet. Lund of Algona took second place In the mile run, losing to Krahmer of Estherville. Sands of Algona took a third in the 880 run, and that accounted for Algona's points. With the district meet, the peak of the track competition for the local athletes has been reached, and nothing very exciting in the way of high school athletics can be anticipated now before the arrival of zc-slful full weather and football. Irvington Wins Irvington: The Irvington junidr baseball team held their first game of the season last Sunday on the local diamond. Riverdale were the opponents, the score being 8 to 6 in favor of Irvington. The boys hope to book games for every Sunday in the future. Cretzmeyer Wins Pair of Medals "Chuck" Cretimeyer, son of Dr. and Mm. Cretemeyer, sent home two medals last week, that he won at the expense of members of the track team* of PMinnylvanla, Columbia, Tfita, Dartmouth, Cornell and Princeton. It seems the boys from these schools, and Chuck's Harvard, irnthered to twit their prowess on the cinders, and Chuck, with a foundation of Iowa corn, galloped Into fourth place in the 100 meter dash, and was on the 400 meter relay team that took second place. Last Saturday the Harvard tram was engaging Dartmouth in a meet, and probably by the middle of this wr«k Doc will have another medal or two, or perhaps some ribbons, to decor- iito his Wall*. Chuck is going to Germany this summer, with a couple of other undergraduates, and the hoys plrm on taking in the Olympics and also the sights 1 across the water. Another Carload The second carload of Maytags this year arrived here for Bjustrom's today. LOCALS SMACK 13 HITS, TAKE LEAD IN FIRST Rain Chits Contest Short Gives Algona A Shutout The Algona Grays opened their 1936 baseball season by smothering Humboldt 10 to 0 at Humboldt on Sunday afternoon. The Grays started off with three runs In the first inning:, which were contributed ay Al, Ralph, and J. Menke respectively. There was no more scor- ng- for the next five innings with both sides popping up harmless lies or weak grounders. Then in the sixth, with one run in, two on, and two out, Riddle drove out a double which brought in Butler and Kelly, scoring a minute later on Al Menkes triple. Wander then made third on a two-bagger and 5 en J for this fOlOER Contains full infbrmition about this modem, money- j»ying way co tee America belt • Interesting csndid camera shots • Colorful map • Beautiful photographs of famed icenic spoti • Helpful data for vacation tripi. Plcwe send roe. without obliga tion, foot 19)6 tavel folder. INTERSTATE TRANSIT LINES EOR USED CARS WITHA MONEY- GUARANTEE KENT MOTOR CbooM from our wonderful display ol R & G* Us«d Cart ; th» on* that will qhr* most pleasure and tatisiactton lo i your family. li not •nUr«ly •attsfied—brinq it back wilhln i 48 hour* and 9*1 your money. * Renewed in our shop—and Guaranteed by us lo measure up to printed specifications on car. R. & G. CARS 1-1934 Master Chevrolet Coach—1 Black with red wheels Clean. $l;jO down and $20.00 per montli 1—1934 Ford Tudor—1 Thoroughly reconditioned. $150.00 down. $20.00 per month 1—1935 Ford Tudor—1 A lute job and exceptionally clean; .$165 down, $21 per month. 1-1934 Ford DeLuxe Coupe—1 Blue loiiir. and a awctt job; $110 down and J20 per month. SQUARE DEAL VALUE 1—1930 Ford Tudor—1 Cnm color; $85 down and $18 per month 1—1930 Ford Tudor—1 Blue color, with trunk; $80 down and $17 per month 3-1930 Ford Coupes—3 Hanging i n prices from $200 to $235. 1—1930 Chevrolet Coupe—1 New paint and runs excellent; $78 down and $16 per month 1—1930 Chevrolet Coach —l }73 down and $1.0 per month "AS IS" CARS 2—1928 Chevrolet Coaches—2 1—1929 Ford Panel, 131 inch W. B. a fielding error, but died there as Menke flied out. "Smoky" Jan- derl tallied the final run in the leventh, sneaking in from third as ?orrick, who had singled, played ag with the basemen between first nd second until he had crossed the late. "Squire" Riddle, pitching for Algona, gave up six hits and one walk, and struckout sl.x men in five innings. He was replaced by Art Sorenson, in the sixth, Johnson, the Humboldt pitcher, gave five free tickets, ten hits, and struck out 2. Highlights of the ball game were "June" Kelly's nice ackhand stop of a left field drive, Jandert's race with a foul ball back of the stands, the excitement caused by an injury to the Humboldt catcher's finger, and .Eddie Butler's cap which is supposed to have at one time adorned the head of Rogers Hornsgy. Eddie, by the way, banged out three hits. "Hook" McClurg is back from St. Louis to coach the Grays and he promises a better team than Algona has had for some time. They have only been practicing about a week and some of the players have not as yet arrived. Algona Grays (10) Ab H R 20 New Member* Join Brookside The membersship committee o the Brookside Rolf club met with tremendous success In its week-ol( drive for members. Nearly all 01 last year's members have been signed and twenty new ones are on the list. The committee consisting of Claude Smith, Lyle Reynolds, Earl Mason and Homer Tuttle report numerous applicatons are on the waiting list and will be included on the club roster before the first of June. Because of this outstanding result Pete Waldron has secured the services of Howard Redemske as permanent caretaker. The caretaker will be on the grounds at all times and besides his regular duties will collect all green fees. The course is at present in excellent -ondition and golfers are taking advantage of the sport much ear" "ier this year. 6 JUNIOR NINES IN LEGION LOOP Menke, A., ss 4 2 Menke, R., 2b Wander, Ib . Menke, J., cf Butler, rf Gaines, rf Kelly, If Jandert, 3b Corrick, c Riddle, p Sorensen, p 4 3 3 ...4 0 0 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 1 0 31 13 10 Humboldt Red Caps (0) Jorgcnson, ss 3 Starr, cf 4 Townsend, c Weir, Ib H. Brandsgaard, 3b Edge, rf F. Brandsgaard, If Johnson, p Smith, p 29 8 0 At a meeting held at Burt, May 2th. attended by managers of the 'itonka, Wesley, Algona and Ban- roft American Legion baseball earns, the following schedule was drawn up. The teams and dates were drawn by lot June 1—Algona at Buffalo Center, Swea City at Wesley, Bancroft at Titonka. June 5—Titonka at Swea City, Bancroft at Buffalo Center, Wesley at Algona. June 8—Wesley at Titonka. Algona at Bancroft, Buffalo Center at Swea City. June 12—Buffalo Center at Titonka, Wesley at Bancroft, Algona at Swea City. June 15—Titonka at Algona, Swea City at Bancroft, Buffalo Center at Wesley. The above games are all considered as practice games and will not determine the county championship. A round robin tourney set for June 17 and 18 at a selected place will decide which team will represent the county in the district meet. Although Buffalo Center will not be Included in the county tourney permission was given to play a practice schedule because there are no other teams in the county to the east. W. A. Murray of Bancroft is the county director and James Watts is local manager. L1VERMOREMAN BURIED TUESDAY Lu Verne: Services for Lewis SchultK, Livermore, who had die< a week ago Saturday at the University hospital at Iowa City, were held Tuesday at the Methodist church at Livermore with Interment at the local cemetery. They were conducted by the Rev. V. V Schuldt and the casket bearers were his two brothers, Wm. and Frank, Livermore. and four brothers-in-law. Guy Lansing, Bode; Chas. Ril«y, Livermore; Bryan Oglesby, Mason City and Arthur Ramus, LuVerne. Mr. Schultz had lived near and in LuVerne until about nine years ago when he went to Livermore to make his home. Ho ivas 42 years old at the time of his death, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schultz. both of whom have rlied in the past few years. In 1933 he was married to Viola Ber- pum who with two sons, Wm. and "well. of a former marriage, besides his two brothers and four sisters, survive. A 27 GRADUATES AT WEST BEND Perry Phillips' Birthday Party Irvington: Mrs. Perry Phillips entertained a number of friends at twelve o'clock dinner Sunday noon honoring Mr Phillips' birthday. Those enjoving the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs Peter Nerfon and tlnughter, Elnora, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Phillips and two child ien, all of Spencer; Mr. and Mrs Hugh Herman and Mrs Cora Man tor of Algona and the Phillips Mrs. Monroe Mikkelson of Color ado. At Funeral Relatives who came from a dls tance to attend the Kuhlrmn fun era) were Victor, Harold and Leon ard LaBonte of Basco, III.; Mrs Augusta Miller and daughter, Edith of Warsaw, III.; Henry LaBonte o Hubbard, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs Charles Ruhs of Glldden, Iowa Carl LaBonte of Staples, Minn Howard La Bonte of Minneapolis and W. M. Vindwald of New Richmond, Minn. West Bend: The public school activities for the closing of the school year will be in full swing, beginning with the class play, "The Scarlet Ghost", Friday evening. May 22. The baccalaureate sermon will be delivered Sunday evening. May 24. by Rev. C. K. McNary in the high school auditorium. The commencement exercises will be held Tuesday evening. May 26. The class day exercises will be on Thursday evening. May 28. School will close Friday with picnics. There are 27 graduates this year, the largest class to graduate in the history of the West Bend hig!i school. They are Mary Ditch, valedictorian; Paul Harms, salutator- lan; Melva Ban wart, Ardys Anderegg, Juanita Hansen, Mae Sloan, Dora Ditch, Norma Anderegg, lien e Jurgena, Wilma Henely, Doris Mertz, Orvllle Anderegg, Margaret Toomey, Lavon Fleming, Enid Doyle, Jean Johnston, Wilhelmina Harms, Maxine Hoffert, Mariam Banwart, Florence Ford, Maytie Nessen, Benton Carter, Ronald Walker, Orval Fuchsen, Donald Blair, Roland Watson and Bob Roberts. Classified Ads FOR SALE—Few bushels good ear tested Kossuth Reliance seed corn. Also some early 90 day Golden King old seed, high germin- ition, J3.50 bushel. Second grades, $2.50 bushel.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 20* Fenton Won Two Games Last Week Fenton: Fenton played two games last week and won them both. On Tuesday they played Lone Rock here and beat them 14 to 4. Alderson of the Fenton team was on his way to a no hit game when in the seventh inning he was taken out and Gcronsin was put in his place. This avenges the defeat suffered by Kenton at the hands of Lone Rock at the first game of the season. On Thursday, Fenton journeyed to Bancroft where they played the Bancroft high, defeating them 3 to 0. behind the brilliant two hit pitching of Alderson. Kramer started the scoring for Fenton in the tirst inning by smacking out his second home run of the season, and bringing in Glaus ahead of him. Alderson protected this lead and was never in trouble. Fenton cut off Bancroft's hopes in the last inning with a double play. FOR SALE—One good 5:50x17 Firestone tire. Call 519.—McEnroe Bros. 20 ' HOW CAN I 'MAK£SU*E OF GETTING A GENUINE FRIGIDAIRE H WITH THE , METER-MISEFt'i ALWAYS LOOX FOX THE NAME-MATE ON THE FRONT OF THE HEFMQBRATORl XEMCJHBER... FR/GIMIRE IS MADE ONAV W&NilUU. MOTORS/ /. -,(/, //,/. \u; n. //-. >//v/ // EASY TEKJ1S AT BlUSTROMS Home Appliances Sweu City («tt> FOR SALE—Portable Mill.—H. N. White, Algona. Phone 353. 20' FOR SALE—Black mare seven years old. Sound.—E. M. Smith. Burt. 20* FOR SALE—Majestic range, with water front and water tank.—H. N. White, phone 353, Algona. 20* FOR SALE—Seed corn, Kossuth Reliance, $3-$4.50 per bushel, single ear tested.—Aaron W. Steussy, Lu- Verne. 20* FOR SALE—8 acres heavy alfalfa. Cheap.—E. B. McCorkle, phone 21F2, Algona. 20* FOR SALE—Young Guernsey bull. Also one two year old Guernsey bull. Reasonable price. Inquire this office. 20* .FOR SALE— Small piano, like new. In Algona. Partly paid for. Will sell for balance. Easy terms. —Wholesale Dept. S, Baldwin Piano Factory, Cincinnati, Ohio. 20* FOR SALE—Improved 160 acres in Hancock county. Inquire this office. 20* FOR SALE—Royal portable typewriter, good condition.—Upper Des Moines Office. i«j FOR SALE—lllini Soy Beans, 2'ir Ib.—Geo. E. Harner, Armstrong. Phone 62F7, Swea City. 18-20' Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size J77.50. Terms.—Bjus- trom'd, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf Registered 4 yr. old Sorrel Roan Belgium Stallion for service. Phone 445 Algona. Will bring him to your place—H. M. Colwell, Auct. 19-2« FOR SALE—Bargains in odds and ends of 1835 crop of Kossuth Reliance seed corn. High germination. Also tome 1935 crop of individual ear tested Kossuth Reliance seed corn at $4 per bushel. Also some 1934 crop of Golden King seed corn at $2.—Arthur L. Look, LuVerne, Iowa. 19-20 For Rent FOR RENT—Eight room house. Corner Harlan and North St.—A. W. Young, Highway 18, Algona. 20* Wanted WANTED—Cattle for blue grass pasture. 4 miles east, one south of Irvington.—Harvey Rath. 20* WANTED—Girl for general house work. Call 174. 20 WANTED—To buy Red fox pups. —Fred Beckenbaugh, Ft. Dodge, la. 20-22* Dogs clipped and bathed. Dogs nnd other pets boarded. Experienced care. Boston and Persian stud service. Puppies and kittens for sale.—Hugh Pierce, 415 W. McGregor St. 20 Miscellaneous ANNOl'NC EMKNT—I am a candidate for County Auditor on the Democratic ticket. Your support in the June primary will be appreciated.—C. R. Janvrin. 17-21* ANNOUNCEMENT—I am a candidate for supervisor from the first district on the democratic ticket. Your vote appreciated.—Henry F. Weber. 18-21* Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KO8SUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4116 In District Court, June Term, 1936. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of T. A. Trauger, Deceased, dated July 31, 1935, having been this day filed, opened and read, Saturday, the 13th day of June, 1936, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said court; and at ten o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May 18, 1938. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court. ALMA PEARSON, Deputy. E. C. McMahon, Attorney. 20-22 \OII(>; OK I IK.HUM; t ,\ KkTABLIUUMKVr OV PUOPOSKO *K< OMJAHV HO AD UISTKUTT SO. 33« N.ilii.-r is tn-reby Kiv.-i: Dial there has butn Hied In the office of the ',",", i i u0llul ' " { KosHuih (Vunty a petition for the establishment of a diHtilcl for .surfacing the following Described Hn-ondary roads- UuKlnnnit; at (In- «outlit-ai>l curnei of weal ore and one-half miles. Said road lo Iji Suld district t«. 13-S6-U8 and runnlnf Kill-faced with travel. im.-Judt- n.t.- lollowiniE real tstatc: <-'H-m-r Description Kqultalili- l.ifi- At-suraiu-e .Sac K u HEli MuiKaret M l.t-huiar. & Kmmn E. * ' ' * Mary Kaiu ....'.'.'.'..'.. w ft. k\v ft Frank Bt.-*ti-uU:lm.;i I I' & Martha M Diujjer I. I' & Mantia ju DriiK'-i Kiani-.-M K. Utnu»jhotcr ... Kninit-t 1 adz Said jji-litlon will . I.-MI I' M <5ee. Two 13 9« " .14 Rnm 28* tiE -.« '" lii ................ -oiin? ui> for htarlrg brfure tiii- Board of .Suu.-r- ni then- ,,«!,.- in Hi.- court house In Algona, Iowa, al 2 o'clock j.i n>,- ;8:ii dayof May. lDS«i. ut which time all persons int. i.-st.-d .-in may un,.-ai and I.e l.e-aid in the matter. l>al»d al Aleuna. lol\a. thl.-. lil) day of Mav. J»3B K. I BUTl-Kl: * County Auditor. Carrie Bierstedt left Sunday for Drnaha, Nebraska, to take a course m a beauty school. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith drove to Fort Dodge for the day Friday on a business mission. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. SMIlman werr business visitors from Friday un til Sunday in Des Moines and Montezuma. Iowa. Mr. nnd Mi ». Err»t Thlpl and William Ristau returned Tuesday of last week from Waterloo where they had spent a week with Mrs. Th lei's sister. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie and daughter. Rockwell City, visited In Algona over the week end with their daughter, Loretta, and with the Russell Cooks. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. •Incolmon visited Sunday of last week in Dows with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Kersey. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bailey and daughter, Jean Marie, Clear Lake, spent Sunday of last week in Algona and visited with Mrs. Bailey's mother, Mrs. C. W. P^pklns. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hatch, of Toledo, Ohio, were guests of the Will F. Browns week end before last. The visitors are on a wedding tour of the middle west. Elsie Helmke spent the past two weeks in Whlttemore with her parents. She has been missed by the patrons of the Call Theatre for whom she always had a cheery word. Mr. and Mrm, B. P. Richardson Ic SALE OF TOILETRIES May 19th to 23rd Floral Perfume 3'/j" Powd. Puff lOc Mercurochrome Kach 2 oz. Abs. Cotton Any 2 Spearmint T-Paate For 4 oz. Peroxide He Adhesive Tape Styptic Pencil 5o—2 for 6c '/i pt. Antiseptic 15o—3 for 16c Dr. Warren's Tooth Brush 25c each or 2 for 26c Hot Water Bottle or Syringe 50c each or 2 for Sic Large Jar Beauty Creme IDc each or 3 for He Many Other Toilet Articles on Sale BEN FRANKLIN W. V. BUTLER, Owner and daughter, Meredith, drove to Ames Friday for Velshea and also to visit their son, Ma*, who Is attending Iowa State College. They returned Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Chrtaon drove to Rolfe Monday where a friend, Warren Ives, Rolfe, was ordained a Presbyterian minister. Rev. Carlson took part In the ordination ceremonies. Mrs. S. B. French and daughter, Mrs. Kcrmlt Setchell, leave today (Tuesday) for Sioux City to spend n week with Mrs. French's sister, Mrs. R. H. Turner. The two will make the trip by car. Wesley Ilchliner arrived Thursday for a visit of a few days with •ils parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behlmer. Wesley is taking a beauty course at the Thompson school in Des Molnes. Beauty Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Speeht and Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson were guests Wednesday of the Specht's daughter, Mrs. Harry Larson, in Forest City. They also visited .at Pilot Knob while there. The Dr. C. D. Schaap son born recently has been named Clare Donald; the Harold Clayton son will be called Wilson Albert and the name of Harley Stautler has been given to the Harley Troutman son. Edith Boeder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Roeder, will enter St. Vincent's hospital, Chicago, and take a .child's training and maternity course for a year. She will enter June isth and will leave a few days prior for Chicago.. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hutchison* and Mr. and- Mrs, E. J. Hough returned Friday from San Antonio, Texas, where they Bad spent almost two weelt9, whife the men attended to business matters. The four made the trip in the Hutchison car. Fern Glsch, daughter of Mr. aftft Mrs. L. Glsch of Union township, began work' Monday at the Hawcott & Ogg variety store. She is taking the place of Ruth Roland,, who began work fast Thursday a» bookkeeper In the Kennedy & Parsons local branch office. Ruth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Roland. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Norman and daughter, Phyllis Jean, left here Thursday afternoon for their home In Alma, Michigan, concluding a visit here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nor- njpn. <AMrs. Norman and daughter have tbeen visiting In Bode with her mother and in Algona since Easter. Mr. Norman, chief clerk in the Swift & Company office in Alma, visited here a week. Again Gambles reduce Tire Prices when others are raising. May- Sale Prices—30x3, $4.69—4.76*19, $5.69 Tube. Starts Friday. $4.19—4.40-21, for Tire ana 2O WAKE UP! Choice of the Store ANNEX Chrischilks & Herbst Any Long Sleeved Silk Drew in the Store for only We have about M long sleeved spring dresses lo light shades and prints <U>i» is MOT d^k last winter's merchandise) in all sizes from 14 to 40 which sold at (5.68 and |«,96. In order to make a Quick clearance of this lot. we Will close out beginning today, tor only «&M. Buy one of these NEW SPRING DRESSES at this ridiculously low price. WANTED Ambitious men with light car, $»2'to «0 a month extrVearns Ines for few hours work Sunday mornings. Must have gilt edge reputation for honesty, Industry, and good rliaracter. The work open Is most successful); handled by business owners, or managers, professional men, schoolmen, out- 'tnnding farmers, and others anxious to get ahead. Handling one of our Sunday farm to farm routes hae appealed to men who want to offer a wanted service to farm families, while increasing their acquaintance, and learning the business nnd promotion methods of one »f Towa's most «ucce«sful businesses, while earning good pay fiv the time spent. One pood established route opei due to promotion of the Route man nn-.v in chnrne. Other rou os to be established from Algona, Wesley. Burt, and Lu Verne. Over !)00 routes have been es:iib!ished within the- past thr.>:> years. If you are interested and can qualify, write for an appointment, giving address and phone number, and distance you live from your town. W. J. PAYNE, State Manager Register & Tribune Farm to Farm Routes. Alffona, la^ Box 444. BcTPrepared For Hot Days By Buying Your Summer Dress HERE! There is such a diversity of fabric* and «tyle» this summer that the selection of appropriate frocks should be a simple matter. You'll find dozens and dozens of attractive "hot-weather" dresses in this great showing of cool, crisp, appealing apparel. Featured here is Murmering Pine, a new washable fabric sponsored by a leading Eastern manufacturer who specializes in high grade dresses. You'll just love the individuality of these washable silk dresses, with their shimmering richness and their distinctive lines. They are priced at $11,75 Other similar fabrics, including si)k linens, pastel crepes, novelty cloths like Pensacola Stripes may be found here in a wide selection of styles for $6.75 and $8.95 New Price Groups At The ANNEX ! Comprise the Most Marvelous Silk Washable Dresses In The History Apparel Al $2,88 $3J8 $4.88 *** bere ta lfi.75 to $18.50 $6.75 New Cotton Dresses are $1 AO and selling briskly at **«w ••liiiWRiiWtfWWWWtfWU^^ i

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