The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1936 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 23, 1936
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 23,1936 JOE KENNEDY IS REELECTED; PICK Otto Jensen, Secretary Checks Available by July 6th Swea City: Meeting of the stockholders of the Farmers Co-Operative Elevator Co. was held at the Legion hall on Saturday afternoon A six .per cent dividend was paid, and checks will be available July 6. Joe Kennedy was re-elected as president of the board; Martin Mo- llnder, vice president; Harry Linde, treasurer; Otto Jensen, secretary; Ole Johanson, new board member. Other members of the board are Wm. Krumm, Alto Ferguson, Richard Newton. Manager Charles Kinney was hired for another year. 12S Guests, at Shower One hundred and twenty-five guests were present at the miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Eunice Jensen, a June bride. The shower was held at the Baptist Guild hall on Friday night. A special program featured the entertainment. Legion Days Named The American Legion is planning the third .annual Legion Day celebration. The dates are Wednesday and Thursday, July 22 and 23. The John Gifford Co., who helped make the 1933 celebration a success, has been booked for this year's celebration. It is expected that Nelson A. Kraschel, democratic nominee for governor, will speak on one day and Robert Wilson, republican nominee for governor, will CORttESPONDENTS SPLlt FEATURE YARN DOLLAR Mrs. Ada Sloan, Went Brnd correspondent, and Mr*. F. H. Bonn, Fenton writer, will divide the dollar special prize offered the past week for the best feature stories from their communities. We hesitated to choose between them, and so will split the dollar. This coming week, another drrllnr will be offered for the best feature story sent In by a correspondent of this newspaper. speak on the other. Moving to California Mrs. Clare Erlckson held a sale of her household furnishing^ at her lome on Saturday afternoon, prior to her departure for California, where she will make her future lome. Her son. Kenneth anot daughter, Harriett, have been in California for the past year. She will be accompanied by her daugh- rr, Dorothy, a. graduate of the lass of 193fi. TIMELY HITTING BY GRAYS GIVES WIN/THURSDAY Down Humboldt, 7 to 1 Gaines Pitches Good Ball Game Rev. Raymond Swanson and fam- v are spending the week at East .folinc, Illinois. The Epworth League will serve omo made ice cream at a lawn so- inl Saturday night. The Quaker Oats Co. has moved s east side elevator to the west side of mnin street north of the railroad yards. Banker Frank Wiemer and family are at Williamsburg. Ontario. Cashier A. J. Bilsborough is in charge of the bank. Mr. and Mrs. John Haglund and family left Saturday to spend the week end with the George Donovan family at Austin, Minn. Ralph Stockman, who has -oeen seriously ill following an operation for a ruptured appendix, at Minneapolis, is reported as making a satisfactory recovery. HFtm ^ Department Stores _ VACATION TIME A well planned vacation demands a well planned wardrobe. We know you'll thrill to these carefully chosen suggestions. Cool Sheer And Sport A wide collection of charming dresses, so smart they'll see you in perfect vogue and comfort through the warmest summer days. MISHEN' SIZES 14 TO 30 WOMEN'S SIXEH 38 TO 46 String Lace embroidered lawn summer frocks $2.98 Shadow Proof Silk Slips Fine knitted rayon, brassiere top—or bias cut styles. Sizes 34 to 44. Tea Ro«e and White. 98c Teen Age Girls' Dresses Sheer dresses, play suits G9c Summer Gloves Wide cuff and 79c bhcrlie styles Knee Length Silk Hosiery Cool summer kme-lcngth hose with lastex top*. Chiffon stockings in summer shades. All size.v Washable White Handbags 1.00 Zipper, Envelope, Back straps Eayon Silk Undergarments Britfs, panties ami step-in.? 25c Brand New White Hats $1.49 The all summer favorites for vacution, town wear and sports. Oaring sailors, perky roll brims, wide brims, crush crowns and others. All head Suit Cases, Q0 r 13x24 inches wv For vacation and travel Week End Bags two sizes Featured in black A game that was closer than a 7 to 1 score would indicate, was played Thursday night at the Algona park, with the Grays defeating Humboldt for the second time this season. Art Gaines went the route for the Grays, pulling himself out of two bad holes by good pitching, and his mates gave him excellent support. with the outfield performing in a high wind like big leaguers. Humboldt outhit Algona, but the visitors were usually held to singles, whereas Leonard smacked a double and a triple, and Corrick and Menke also got doubles. These extra bases meant runs and the ball game. Wander was shifted to right field, replacing Farnum. Traul went to first, and Menke of Bancroft held down third base. Wander's swollen hand prevented him from taking first, and Traul did a fine job of replacement, nipping a half dozen foul flys. Gaines looked good on the mounc and with Riddle and Sorensen on the hurling staff, and Holmes o Iowa State as a possible addition the pitching strength of the Al- £ona Grays is reaching its peak Anderson of Humboldt. importec from Storm Lake, also hurled fine ball, but his support fell down at crucial moments. The crowd was fair, having to compete with a prize fight which was called off, and a stag lunch and entertainment at the Countrv Club. Summary: Humboldt (t) Torgerson, ss Starr, cf ALGONA AVAILABLE FOR CELEBRATION GAMES Dr. F. C. Scnnlan, secretary of the Algonn Grays, Ktete* that the local club is available for games at celebrations and other events of the near future In various sections, and invites correspondence relative to the bookings. Tentative plans are under way for n game between Forest City nnd Algona at the Swea City celebration, it was stated by Red Corrick, playing manager of the club Trio Won Golf Honors, Sunday Blanchard. Falkenhainer and Father Ahman won the honors in the blinci Bogrcy golf tournament at the Algnna Country Club. Sunday. The hardier souls, some 27 or 28 of them, plnyed the course despite the intermittent rain. There have been a few substitutions made in the foursomes for this week as some were unable to play. Also, two additional foursomes have been added to the orip- nal list and are posted at the club louse. John Haggard stated. This makes 25 foursomes to play Thursday. Thursday evening a Dutch lunch at 7:30 p. m. is scheduled. H R E Townsend, c Weir, rf Smith. 3b . . Gnrbett, Ib Brandsgard, 2b Johnson, If o Anderson, p o Algona (7) Anderson. 2b Menke, 3b .... Traul, Ib Leonard, cf Wander, rf . Jandcrt, ss Corrick, c Kelly. If Gaines, p 572 Umpires: McFadden and Watts. CLASSIFIED AD« For Sale FRIDAY-SATURDAY, only, 100 bars Nuptha soap, $1.49, (Jamblc Store. 05 FOR SALE—House cir. also 2- wheel trailer.—Otto .Nelson, West Nebraska St. 25* FOR SALE—1BO acre Farm! « miles southeast of Wesley. For particulars see John Spangler, Garner, Iowa. 24-27* SPECIAL—Friday and Saturday, coffee 4 Ibs. 89c—Gamble Store. 25 FOR SALE—Several window .sash.—Myrtle Turnbaugh, 16 East McGregor. 25* FOR SALE—I used tires.—Joe Bloom. 22x6 truck 25 FOR SALE—Several building lots and 1 '-j acres. Close in. Phone 134.—T. McCall, 513 N. Thorington St., Algona. 25* FOR SALE—Black and roan horse, bay mure. Good useful stock.—Wm. Durant. 25* GOLF CLUBS—odds and ends, putters 25c, drivers 59c, brassies 59c.—Gamble Store. 25 FOR SALE—1931 Pontiac coach, good price for quick sale. Phone 91-W, Algona, Wray Service. 24* Registered 4 yr. old Sorrel Roan Belgium Stallion for service. Phone 445 Algona. Will bring him to your place.—H. M. Colwell, Autt. 19-2fi Lost and Found FOUNE»»-C;as tank hos=e. Identity and pay for this ad.™ Upper I-ie.s Moine-f,. 25 Miscellaneous MERCHANTS NOTICE—Cigarette bonds $2.00. Beer Bonds $5.00. Notary Public Bonds $2 50. Bonds issued here at our otfict-.—Algona insurance Agcy. 23-lf Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size $77.50. Terras.—Bjua- trom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-if WANTED—Energetic young men or women, with car, for work during summer on commission basis, in vicinities of Swea f'ity, Ijikota. Bancroft. Wesley, Titonku, LuVerne or St. Joe. Lone Rocli und Whit- ternore. Chance to earn good returns for workers. High school .students or graduates acceptable. Write or leave name, Box 3, Algona Upper Des Moines. 24-25* Wanted Coach Pohlman Resigns Swea City: Universal regret was xpressed by the community when »-ord was received that Harold Fohlman.athletic coach, had resigned as instructor here for the next school year. He has accepted a position at Laurens. MEXICAN AZTEC BASEBALL NINE BOOKED FRIDAY Rain caused postponement of the Algona Grays-Kansas City Monarch game, scheduled for Sunday even- ng here. Friday night of this week, the Mexican Aztec, only Mexican baseball i earn in the 'vorld, comes to Aljjorm in another fea'ured pan-e. Art effort is being made to book the Prater Beers of Des Moiner. former state semi-pro champions, for Sunday night. The Mexican club is on a par with the House of David and Kansis City Monarch teams, and will olfcr another exceptional opportunity for fans to see real cn!cr, plus od baseball. ' Leslie Wilkinson-, owner of the Kansas City Monarch club, is a "ormer Algonian, a son of J. J. iVilkinson. former county ,-uperin- endent of schools. He played with Algona some 38 years ago. A suggestion has been made tha the House of David and Monarch teams play an exhibition game here some time this season, and ef forts are being made to arrange the contest. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mm. L. E. Linnan left Saturday night for Philadelphia, to attend the national Democratic convention. Mr. Linnan is a delegate Mr*. R. o. Bjustrom, Her father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, and Mrs. Glenn Roland, were to leave today for a vacation trip into Wisconsin and Illinois. Mr. and Mr*, i. W. Kahl spent Friday and Saturday here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waller. Mrs. Kahl is an aunt of Mr. Waller. They left Sunday for their horrii in St. Paul, Minn. Hostesses at Two Parties- Mrs. Howard French, Mrs. Cld- ney Laird, Marguerite Keneflck and Mrs.« Herbert Potter were hostess- es at two dinner-bridge parties held at the homl of Mrs. Howard French In Titonka, Wednesday and Thursday evening. Wednesday, they entertained 2* guests. Prizes In bridge went to Mrs. D. D. Paxson, Mrs. E. A£ Scheme! and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass. Thursday evening there were 28 guests, and prizes were received by Mrs. H. B. White, Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, and Mrs. Milton Norton. Kanouff Gets Letter George Kanouff. of Algona. has completed his sophomore year in the college of liberal arts at Drake University. DCS Moines. Kanouff was a member of the varsity track team this year which was one of the greatest teams in Drake's history. He is a pole vaulter. Ford With Boston West Bend: Gene Ford, who made his mark ns a pitcher of note with the University of Iowa's fine baseball team, is now with the Boston Bees. Gene had a tryout with the Chicago Cubs, but was Forced to quit due to a sore arm. The Boston team picked him up. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATi; i IK ln\v \ KOSSl'TH CIlfNTV, ss. ]f, <fl.-, N'ltli-.- is h.-t'-hy uivt-n Hint liy vil- !'.'• Ml a special .-\,-. lltil.n lllrcMprl t;' m- rr.irn th,. n.-rk ol tl... I >|sti-|i-i < '"in ,,f Ki.«snili <'iiiuitv. Inwn. nn n Jii'lKint-rit r.-ndend ir. sal,I c.nirt i.n Hi'- !'lh .lay ,,( .hiii.. i!i.-!i; ],, t;,vnr "1 A,|.||,. F. i;iriur li-ir. 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Inquire at Bjustrom's. 25 There's no need to surfer with the heat — these cool, practical, airy cotton frocks will keep you comfortable when everyone else is suffering. Our stock of crisp, new cotton dresses has never been more complete, just when you need them, here they are ready for your instant selection. But don't wait too long — you'll never have a larger range of both styles and prices than we have right now. $1.98 $2.98 Don't Miss the Wonderful Values in Cotton Dresses at the Annex for only 98c Also Super Silk Dresses for $2.88 $3.88 $4.88 New White Hats fur hot summer months At the Annex 98c At the Main Store $1.96 Get the summer habit of shopping at camscmi.i.Ks & HEBBST the busiest store in "seven counties". COOL WHITE ANGORA SPUN $14-75 Absolute necessity to every man's summer wardrobe is the all white suit. We present it in two versions: single breasted or double breasted,, in pre-shrunk fabrics true to size after laundering Others $8.50 and $12.75 Steele's mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm NIGHT BASEBALL Friday, June 26, 8:45 P. M. Mexican Aztecs vs Algona Grays best baseball team Mexico has The ever known. AtluUaaiua Me and 26c Sunday Night Game To Be Booked Support The Team—See Good mmmmmmmmmmmm

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