The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1936 · Page 10
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The Algona tTpper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 9,1936 taysPlay 2 Fastest Semi-Pro Balli Tomi InBon HereThis Week ARMSTRONG MAT SHOW THURSDAY Orunters to Grapple in Another Hough, Beady Meet ; Another Armstrong athletic show l« slated for Thursday, June 11, starting at 8:30 p. m. and featuring the good old sport of "wrassl- iag" with everything going, oill Batt of Tltonka will referee. i In the main event. Jimmy Demetral will meet Young Jim Lon- doa. The former Is from Chicago, attd the latter from Omaha. This Will be a finish match, 90 minute limit The seml-windup will find Jack fivans of Salt Lake City ana Frank Bauer of Swea City coming t$ grips. Bauer has won 63 out Or 65 falls this year. The match promises to be a rough and tumble affair. , Preliminary match will be staged between Swede Oberg of Seattle and Bobby Bylund of Minneapolis. The show is guaranteed to go on, rain or shine. St. Benedict Boy Dies from Motor Accident Injuries CCC ENROLLMENT There will undoubtedly be another enrollment of CCC boys during June or July. We would be glad to have any one interested in or already in CCC to stop. Bernard Dorr, 28, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dorr of St. Benedict, was fatally Injured In an automobile accident near Le- Hof, Minn., Sunday. He died Monday morning In a hospital at Austin, Minn., and funeral services are to be held at St. Benedict nt 8 a, m. Wednesday. Bernard was riding with two other boys. The car went Into a skid and started from the road. Bernard, In an attempt to save himself, started to Jump from the side door. He failed to get clear, however, and was pinned under the car which rolled over on him. The young man had been working for the past three years, and near LeRoy was helping with farm work. He was on his way home nt the time of the accident, with a friend, Elmer EH. Surviving are seven brothers and one sister, in addition to the parents. ALGONA CLUB IS EASY WINNER IN CHAS.CITYTILT Locals Have Tougher Time With Titonka, Win 5 to 4 Marriage Licenses J. E. Carmean and Frances Mason, Bancroft, June 8. Roy L. Berrie, Mason City, and Betty Barry, Algona, June 7. Rev. T. J. Darern left Monday for Sioux City to attend a priests' retreat until next Friday. Band Here Boosts Estherville Rodeo Estherville's junior college band dropped into Algona last Saturday on a good-will tour in behalf of the Clyde S. Miller rodeo to show a Estherville on June 18, 19, 20 and 31. The band and escort of cars also visited Spencer and Spirit Lake. The tour arrived in Algona about 10f45 a. m. Two or three riding cowgirls were with the party, and lent some real western atmosphere to the occasion. The Clyde Miller show Is the same one that played in Algona for iwo years and proved to be a real treat and highly recommended. USED CARS ncibl * w ** d eor - Wa>va |u§> »"• "">"•« Two of the fastest baseball teams n the country will exhibit their wares in Algona during the coming week, taking on the Algona Grays in night games at the local park. Wednesday night the Chicago American Giants, champions of the colored league, will play here. On next Sunday night, the famed House of David team which pleased a large crowd last season, will again visit Algona. Both games are slated for 8:30 p. m. Admission will be BO cents and 25 cents, for each game. As everyone may know, negro players are barred from the major leagues. As a result, crack colored players have organized their own league, and the Chicago Americans have been outstanding in that loop for many years, in a recent exhibition game at St. Louis, the negro nine scored 12 runs in two innings against a collection of stars from both the St. Louis Cardinals and Browns. The House of David team needs no introduction. In addition to excellent baseball, the visitors bring plenty of tricks and a rapid fire pepper game—the finest in baseball today. In view of the showing of the Grays against Charles City, Sunday night, it seems certain that the locals have hit their real stride. Although they will be the under dogs in both games, they can be counted upon to give the visitors a good battle, and the fans their money's worth. These Colored Boys Are Called As Fast As Any Major League Nine—Here Wednesday the youthful infield, picked by Manager DeMoss from a southern training camp. The group averages " ~~ large group of .,traded In on N«w Ford V-8. ••wy car guaranteed to satisfy you orjrour money back I Your old car taken In trodo. Low UCC payments. RENEWED AND GUARANTEED One 1935 Ford Tudor, peT'mon'th immaCiulate| y <- |ean - ! »90-00 down and $23.00 One 1933 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan ' *'«•«> -own One 1934 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan green color, wHh trunk. $163.00 down and $2100 per mo. One 1932 Chevrolet Coach $120.00 down, $23.00 per month. One 1930 Buick 4 door Sedan month* 1 " 1 and " tVt ' r aljU!>ed - $1000 ° d ° w " and J200 ° P« SQUARE DEAL VALUES One 1930 Chevrolet Coupe new paint. ,, real buy. $76.00 down ;u,d $16.00 j, er month. One 1931 Ford Coach ""* truiik - "••" — «*•«> , Studebaker built One 1930 Ford Coupe $79.00 down ,iiul .{iti.do pi-r month. One 1930 Ford Tudor rUS '""' ""** CXll|:n<:111 Ur "' **•••«> ^wi, and $17.00 GRAYS SMOTHER CHARLES CITY, 19 TO 6 Algona hopped on the offerings of four Charles City pitchers here, Sunday night, and gave the Lions their first beating of the year. The Grays banged out 20 hits for 19 tuns, holding Charles City to 7 hits and 6 runs. And do not get the idea that the hitting resulted from loose playing on the part of Charles City. Algona socked the old apple often, far and consistently. Triples back to the fence were about as frequent as singles. And while all this slaughter was going on, Art Soren- scn was striking out 10 visitors, and held them hitless the first four innings. Algona's hurlcr also contributed a single, double and triple to the cause. Big Fireworks in Srlt M. Finch, who started for Charlea City's Lions, was relieved in the third by Larson, who pitched for Forest City last year. Poor Mr. Larson walked into a den of tigers. When the smoke of the inning had cleared away, Algona had scored nine tallies and had the game in the bag. Mr. Larson, by the way, was yunkt-d. Heavy sticking for Algonn, was quite evenly divided, everyone connecting except Anderson, and Scrubby got two walks and another life on an error, which amounted to about the same thing. Len- iird, in lii.s cleanup position, crashed through at crucial moments to drive in runs, and all in all, it was an exhibition to gladden the heart of any fan who likes to see the < home team «o on a batting spree. If the boys can play against the incoming pro teams this week as they did against Charles City, the games should be top-notch. The Summaries Charles City (6) H R E Al< Manigle, ss 001 Mitchell, Ib-p 2 1 0 Hunlbach, lib 003 Finch, c 010 Barnum, .'ib 320 Morse, rf 100 Wolf, if 010 >><-r p-lf 110 Finch, p 000 Larson, p 000 Uuncan, If 100 aged to squeeze out a 5 to 4 victory, Sunday afternoon at Titonka. The Grays held a one run lead up until the fifth. Anderson doubled and Leonard and Jandcrt followed with singles. Traul then cracked a homer to score four runs. Titonka, however, came back strong in its half and tallied thrice. Askins' triple in the seventh cut the locals' lead to one run, and Riddle relieved Gaines to haul the game out of the fire. Algona (5) Ab H Anderson 5 i Jandert 3 Bruns 2 Wander ^ Leonard Traul ... Farnum Kelly Corrick Gaines Riddle .0 o For Sale FOR SALE—Reclaimed soy beans —$1.00 per bushel.—Walter E. Roberts, Phone 446, Algona. 23» FOR SALE—Tomato and pepper plants, 5c dozen.—Walter L. Johnson. 23. 42 9 6 Titonka (4) Ab H R Boyken 5 2 1 Askins 5 3 1 Callies 5 o 0 Batt 5 o 0 Mickelson 4 o o Young 5 o 0 Gantner 4 1 i Intermill 4 2 0 Boeckclman 4 2 1 41 10 4 FOR SALE—Can still spare few Leghorn chicks. Also limited number of Buff Rocks, White Rocks and Reds, either day old or started. —Wellendorf Leghorns. 23* FOR SALE—Strawberries, the finest we ever grew. Prices right. —L. J. Hendren. Algona, across river south on 169, 60 rods west. 23* ^ FOR SALE—Opportunity to have 3,400 families read your want ad in this paper, for the small cost of only 25 cents per week. 23 Rewrites Of News From Last Friday'r Kossuth County Advance FOR SALE—One good, used Royal portable typewriter, $25, Ideal fo school work, or handy for home Also Remington standard size mod el ft $25. See them, Algona Upper Des Moines. 3; Lost-Found LOST—A blind bay mare.—Vern Robison, one mile west of Galbraith. 2 3* Miscellaneous MERCHANTS NOTICE—Cigarette bonds $2.00, Beer Bonds $5.00 Notary Public Bonds $2.50. Bonds issued here at our office.—Algona Insurance Agcy. 23-tf Presbyterian Aid Bake Sale at Sorensen Grocery, Saturday, June 13. 23 Algona < 19) Anderson, 2b Jundurl, ss Wunder. Leonard Traul, Farnum, Kelly. If Corruli, c Ib ,cf rf S fi 4 H R E 012 203 330 420 3 4 0 220 2 li 0 1 2 0 3 2 0 One 1930 Ford Tudor black One 1929 Ford Tudor rt'paiiHtd, runs excellent. "AS IS" Two 1929 Ford Tudors, real buys One 1928 Chevrolet truck, cheap Also Trucks ranging in price from $50 to $450 Kent Motor Co. 2U I'j 5 T1TONKA (ilVKS (,KAVS < I.O.SK" <MMK, 5 TO 4 atoppint; u ninth inning rally by Titonka. the Alyonu tirays man- Money to Lend Pay off your present farm loan and refinance at 4 per ceut THIS IS BOXA FIDE Write 1206 CapiUJ Thtattr Buildiug IK-* Yluiues THREE DAMAGE SUITS filed In district court the middle of last week were as follows: 1—J. H. Peterson, Spencer, vs. S. H. Klassie garage, Wade Little and George Yeoman, for injuries suffered in February. Pearson al- li|;es his cur broke down, he sent for a wrucker which Yeoman drove out, and that he was towed into town; during the process of passing under the Milwaukee road trestle his machine crashed into the wrecker. He further alleges his tar was damaged and himself injured to the extent of $2,00'. 2—Theo. Elbert vs. John Burns and Viola Bishop, as result of a car crash, May 4, in Algona. Klbert claims the other machine crashed into his while the former was traveling at a high rate of spetii. He is osking $500 for damagei suffered by Mrs. Elbert and $75 ?cr the car. 3—Minnie Hegarty is asking $1016 damages from G. B. Coon as the result of another auto accident. She was walking at the side of Hie pavement near the Milwaukee station, she alleges when the Conn car swerved from the pavement and knocked her down. • • • THE TWELFTH child waa born to Mr. and Mrs. James Conway. of Fenton, recently. This makes eis-ht boys and four girls in the family. * • * HI RAL SCHOOL DAY was again an overwhelming success in Union township. Howard Harchett and (Jt-rald Komstad were awarded honors for the highest averages in the bth grade examinations. Special honors were also given to the following grade pupils for ex.x-llerice in spelling. Virginia Mitta;;. Kit h- ;u-d Willrett. Joan Romslad. Elaine Engstrom. Doris Drayton, Oorothy McCullough, Gerald Komstad, I.ydia Miller and Evelyn Alt. • >> • ALBERT LANG, BROTHER of Mm. Ueo. VV. Boc-vers of Union twp. was in a serious condition as result of a fall from a 20-ft. ladder in which he suffered a fractured skull. The accident occurred at Klemme. HIGH SCHOOL FKiZrJ awards made at the close of the school year were as follows: P. E. O. award, 4 yr. English prize of J25, lo John Christensen. Wrisl walches for best ail around boy and girl from E. W Luaby to Walter Beardsley and Theodora Larson. D. A. K prize of $10 for beat record in tiiblory to Betty Gunn. Barbara -laggard and Mary Lee Nugent won the Delphian society prizes for be»l English records. The D. A. R. prize of J2.50 for highest eighth grade marks in history to Elizabeth Coffin. John Chru,Unaen al&o won { a fountain pen prize for excellence I in u current history quiz. ( Save thai criajji with a Vegtt stp- arator. Users bisgest boomer*. Medium size J7750. Terms.—Bju»- Irojii's. Algvnu. lowt 3-tf FOR SALE—Strawberries, large, prize, special flavored, Fairfax strawberries, market price, box or crate.—Orton Berry Farm. 23-24* FOR SALE—Silo 12'x28' in good shape.—John Gerber, Algona, phone 25FJ2. 23 FOR SALE—Beautiful little piano. Will sell $6 per mo. See it in Algona.—Wholesale Dept. S, Baldwin Piano Factory, Cincinnati, Ohio. 23 FOR SALE—Male Gordon setter pup. 3 mos. old. Call 489-J. 23-24" FOR SALE—Four nice building lots. Bargain prices this month.— Neville's Shoe Store. 23* FOR SALE— Manchu soy beans 2Vic Ib.; $1.50 bu.—George Miller, Algona, Rt. 2., Phone 45F13. 21-23 Registered 4 yr. old Sorrel Roan Belgium Stallion for service. Phone 445 Algona. Will bring him to your place.—H. M. Colwell, Auct. 19-20 WANTED—Cattle for pasture.— Mrs. Mary Lentch, Bode, Iowa. 23* For Eent FOR RENT — Pasture.—Lloyd Hood, one mile south of St. Benedict. 23* Summer House Cleaning at the ANNEX Chrischilles & Herbst Thesn are the great hou-M- clraninsr month* at the ANNEX. The Annex idea wan foe»fuu In June, July and AUK- UHt and It U during these Nununer months that the liusfneHs booniH. Keep your eye» on the Annex. Leona hoa instruction* to Hell ua cheaply an possible and to positively "get rid" of all odd* and ends. Here's u sample. About two dozen print rot- ton dresses, formerly sold at 88c. sizes U, |fl ftm | | 8 on i y while they last 59c 2 for $1 Clean up of children'* dress Including some white ones, nothing ever sold for lent than $I.9»-«.98, now 98c Down Goes The Price! on Thompson's June Hatched Chicks For delivery June 15th and June 17th— White Rocks, White Wyandottes, Buff Orpington, 100—$7.90; 50O-$39.00; S. C. White Leghorn* "Big Type", 100— $5.90; 500—$27.00; 1,000—$49.00; aborted, $4.75. HATC H E RY E LMOR E - - MINN. w Drunkenness Charge Oliver Knutson, charged with drunkenness, was sentenced to five days In the county jail, Monday. Knutaon was a second offender. He Is from Algona. West Bend Concert West Bend: The West Bend band; gave their first concert of the season, Wednesday evening, In the main square on Main street. Prof. Milton Woito Is director. Second Week of Our g Great C A I IT T June ww oc.rv \sj *~r 14.1 SALE Grandmother's Bread 24 w loaf Big Twist 9c Grandmother's Iced Not Raisin Bread £," ... Grandmother's Plain or snpared Doughnut* doz. lOc Ann Page four 16 oz. cans Beans 19c lona Tomato six 10 oz cans Juice 25c Water Pack No. 10 can Prunes 25c Uneeda Bakers II b. pkg. Ritz Crackers 21c Shredded 2 pkgs. Wheat 23c Crystal White 10 reg, bars Soap 29c Soap Palmolive cake 5c Krd Circle . COFFEE rich, and full bodied Two 1 Ib. bags 35c White Home MILK 4 tall cans 25c Rajah Salad DRESSING See manager about money- back oiler! Qt. Jar29c Del Monte Red SALMON 16 oz. can 23c 8UNNYFIELD ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR SfdSc 5V $1.85 lona Flour —24% Ib. bag 59c, 49 Ib. bag $1.19 Pillsbury's 24% Ib. bag 93c, 49 Ib. bag $1.79 Gold Medal 24*/ 2 Ib. 95c, 49 Ib. bag $1.85 ^^•••^^^•IBHiHSHHBBB Fresh Fruits and Vegetables STRAWBERRIES 2 qt. 33 e Calif. White New Potatoes 10 Ib*. Size 60 2 heads 53c Head Lettuce 15c Tune In Kate 8mlth-6!30 P. M—KBNT-Tuea.. Wed. and Thar*. A & P. Food Stores PLANNING AHEAD Chrischilles&Herbst All plans are set for a busy, active summer season. Mrs. Hardgrove and Mrs. Sehnepf will have complete charge of the ready-to-wear department, and new goods will arrive almost daily as per Bchedule. {V' ; Vi ' There will be no slowing up of service at Chris- chilles & Ilerbst during the vacation p e r i o d . Sources of supply in Chicago and New York will ship goodb as nseded to fill 4 in sizes and colors. You will find at this progressive store, t h <> sam* close contact with all fashion centers as always D« pend ou this store for your newest dresses and wraps during the coming weeks. We July smash all records during June and Commons are improving daily and the new ^ | s so attract' ve that we do not hesiUte in predicting a boom aummer season. n «««*w Come in and shop at Chris .'failles & Herbst where new goods are arriving aluost daily, and where ev ery eftort Is made to plea* and satisfy you, ^

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