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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 30,1936 GRAYSPOUND OITT16HITS, BEAT AZTECS Stage Rally in Fourth; Take Game Friday, 11 to 8 Plastering the old horsehide to the winds, the Algona Grays came from behind in a big fourth inning rally, last Friday night, and sprang a surprise victory, winning from the Mexican Aztecs, of Mexico City, by a score of 11 to 8. It was a good ball game, with both teams poudnihg the ball hard and often. The Grays pounded out 18 hits, sending the first Mexican pitcher to the bench in the fifth frame, and hitting his successor in almost the same way. Art Sorensen, hu'rllng for Algona, struck out 11 batters. A rain late in the afternoon made the outfield slippery and helped the batsmen to some extent, but the Grays cannot be robbed of due credit, because they proved again that they are a hard-hitting ball team. Ornelas, first pitcher, stated that the locals were as hard a hitting team as the touring club has seen frfr some time. The Mexicans had previously defeated Forest City and Charles City before coming to Algona. "Scrubby" Anderson had a big day at the plate, and Wander and Traul also proved to be the money hitters, driving in runs when men base consistently. The Grays Meet Forest City On Thursday • Algona's Grays will attempt to make it three games in a row over Forest City's Collegians, when they meet them Thursday night on the Algona diamond at 8:45 p. m. The Collegians will come here fresh from a game with Omaha of the Western League on Wednesday night of this week. The admission for the Algona-Forest City game will be 40 cents and 25 c,ents. The contest, as always with Forest City, will be red hot, and the generous support of fans will be appreciated. Friday nlgftt the Grays travel to Charles City, Saturday they meet Bancroft on the fairgrounds diamond, Sunday afternoon they go to Forest City for a return game, and next Sunday night they will play a game here, probably with the Prager Beers of Des Moines at 9 p. m. In an exhibition game at Rice Lake. Tuesday of last week, Algona downed the Collegians, 9 to 3, with Riddle pitching four- hit baseball. His mates pounded out 11 hits off of Harder. on were Jtaenke boys also loked mighty good, while Red Corrick plnyrd a bang-up gnme nil the way around. , The big fourth inning 'rally started with two men out. Art Sorensen doubled, and scored on Anderson's double. Al Menke walked, ami Wander sent another hot double in the outer garden. Traul scored Wander with a single, and Johnny Menke came through with a triple to score Traul. Farnum struck out to retire the side. The summary: Altec (8) Ab H R Gonzales, ss 4 i i Soto, Ib 5 2 2 Caballe'ro, If 5 o 1 Parra, rf 5 4 2 Carpio, 3b ..., 5 o 1 Vargas, cf 5 3 j Pulido, 2b 4 o 0 Ybarra, c 3 o 0 Ornelas, p 2 1 0 Amigo, p 2 0 0 j GOLFERS PLAN MUCH ACTIVITY FOR WEEK END GRAYS BATTER AUSTIN, 9 TO 1 SUNDAY NIGHT Riddle Allows 5 Hits Mates Crack Out 11 as Picnic Thursday; Tourney For Saturday and Sunday Harry Holmes owned the low foursome in the Caliente golf tournament of the Algona Country Club, com-pletcd last Thursday. In the foursome were Holmes, Roy McMnhon, M. H. Falkcnhainer nnd Jacobsen, with a total of 178. Second place went to the foursome of Don Smith, Ralph Miller, Jim Pool and T. C. Hutchison, owned by Don Smith, score 184. Third was Rex Nelson. Glen Buchanan, Father Ahmann and Val Naudain, owned by Joe Bloom, with Algona (11) Anderson, 2b A. Menke, ss Wander, Ib ... 5 Traul, 3b S J. Menke, 3b 5 Farnum, rf ,5 Corrick, c 5 Kelly, If ^''"""" Sorcnsen, p . 5 40 11 8 3 Ab H R E BARN PAINT RED JOE BLOOM Coast- to-Coiutt Store n score of 186. Albert Ogren, Fred Kent, C. A. Momyer nnd Don Hutchison were in the fourth money, owned by Bob Harrington. They shot a total of 187. In the Blind Bogey tourney of Sunday, played in wcnthcr of 100 degrees. John Hargrenves, Pettit of Lone Rock, Ben Sorensen and M. P. Weaver were the victors. On Thursday evening the family picnic is scheduled. The club will furnish iced tea and coffee, nnd ire cream for everyone. The high school bnnd will again piny. A fireworks celebration will conclude the nffalr. On July 4lh, there will he a flag tournament, with nn entry fee of ten cents. At one o'clock there will be a special driving contest for men. n pitching contest, nnd n putting contest. A Blind Bogey tournament nf 1R holes will be played in conjunction with the Hag tourney. WEATHER I June June June June June June June in 16, .04 r 17 IK . . lit 20 21, .28 High Low 9f> 80 78 87 82 73 fi5 48 62 r>8 54 Maintaining the fnst pace that they set against the Mexicans, the Algona Grays grabbed an early lend, nnd with Riddle pitching five- hit baseball downed Austin Minn., Packers, Sunday night, on the local lot, by n score of 9 to 1. The Packers are league lenders in southern Minnesota. Riddle's pitching, nnd fine field- ng behind him, which included two 'nst double plays set the visitors lown without any great trouble, ilthough in several spots the young Hurt hurler had to tighten up in 'inches. Anderson started the fireworks or the Grays in the first with n ouble, nnd Al Menke was hit by pitched ball. Wander was thrown lit nt first hut the runners nd- nnced, nnd Traul's screening douh- scored two runs. Trnul scored n John Menke's single, and Fnr- num brought Traul in with another single, before the side was retired. But Algona had four runs and the ball game. In the sixth, the Grays again hnd n big inning. Kelly reached first on an error, nnd Riddle went out. Anderson got n life on another error, nnd after A. Menke was thrown out. Wander drove out 8 single to score two runs, and him« self scored a minute later for three tallies. Goldberg, Austin hurler, after a had first inning, settled down and kept the hits well scattered the rest of the route, allowing seven after the first frame. He fanned 10, and Riddle whiffed five. One of the pleasing angles of the contest was the fine fielding of the Grays, nnd their continued ability to hit when there were runs on base. The boys played a fine, snappy gnme. one that well deserved .support of fans—about 15 carloads of whom parked in the outer road and tried to watch the game over the fence. State highway officers issue a warning that tickets will be given henceforth for the road parking, ns it is against the law to pnrk on a highway as was done. The summary: Austin (H I amon, 2 h Hula, ss Kulnwir, 1b ... Jensen, cf Dugan, rf Tnwley. If Mchnmnn, c Smith. 3b Goldberg, p Five Cardovas, Another Feature of KoMuth'« Big July 4th-5th Program The Five Cardovas, coming to Algona for the July 4th-5th Celebration, will appear both afternoon and evening both days before grandstand crowds at the Algona Fairgrounds. These young people leap in and out of barrels with remarkable accuracy jump from barrels piled high on pyramids, and top off their thrilling performance when one of the men leaps from a great height to a barrel on the stage while blindfolded. Ab H I 1 0 (i 0 :; o .1 2 2 0 0 R E O 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Algona (9> Anderson. 21> A. Menko. ss Wander, Ib Traul, ,'ib .1. Menke. rf Karnum, rf Corrirk, c Kelly, If Riddle, p 32 5 1 Ab R H 1 0 !) 2 5 :>, 5 1 5 2 r, i c .) 4 0 39 11 WE THANK YOU! The Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa—Prominent leaders In Journalism, Advertising, Education and government in nation's business capital, tender special congratulation to The Algona Upper DM Moines commending your paper's success on winning new outstanding NBA award In" nation-wide newspaper competition.—Inter City News, New York, N. Y. More 0-H Dollars All compliance certificates for 1035 on corn-hog contracts are now in Washington awaiting payment. Local county officers report $22.000 in corn-hog checks received last week. "Garden of Dreams" is the symbolic name given the fireworks display to be presented both evenings, July 4th and 5th at the local celebration. Firing of a salvo of bombshells will climax the fireworks and burden the sky with beauty. Let barley stand ns long as it will without danger of lodging, because then it will be of higher quality CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—Good cattle and watch Shepherd dog.—909 E. Lucas. 26* Lakota Pastures May Be Used For "Rest Rooms" Lakota Record: Where are all tliose rest rooms we were talking about some time ago? It looks,as though it would be a hard summer on the service stations, to say ', lothing of other strategic spots here and there. If we can't have the rest rooms nnd toilets for the public, then let's compromise nnd mark out the more secluded fresh air areas as strictly feminine re- retreats—after all the women are entitled to that much consideration. Bang Bang Bang Shoot 'Em Up! SAYS Long's Outlaw Food Shop Where Do We Celebrate the 4th? Algona, Koftsuth County, Iowa Headquarters for Fireworks — Bring in The Children SUMMER DRINKS Buy Ginger Ale. White Soda. Lime Rickey by the . ate - save- you money. Also a few bottles of Welch's Grape Juice or Wt-k-fi's Ttiuiatot-.s on hand in the cooler will be no mistake. Every Flavor in Nerlar. Hoot Beer Extra, t and Kool Aid for these hot Mim/ncr days-Oh. yes, a good liy awater in batting at the surni- time will help some. Give OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT No better in ihe luunly for Quality and Low Prices. a trial on Cold Meats for your 4th of July picnics. OEI'fcNU ON I.O.Nti'S ME AT DEPARTMENT FOB VOIK NEGUS Milk Fed Spring Chickens l*ave your orders for Saturday ujid Sunday early Friday — it Mill help us, both. Fort Dodge Ring Show on Monday The King. Fort Dodge, will present on Monday. July fitli another sensational 30 round boxing .show bringing together in the main event loung Mickey Walker of Fort Dodge vs. Armandu Sicilia of Springfield. Illinois, in a ten round bout. This match will present for tht first time in the Fort Dodge ring three minutu "rounds, the samel distance that all professional boxing exhibitions are conducted in commissioned states. It has been ten years since a bout has been conducted under these conditions in I-ort Dodge and the reason for reestablishing this policy is to determine the supremacy uf one or the other of these two stellar boxers. 30 Joined North Kossuth Golf Club Swea City: Work is in progress to again open the North Kossuth golf course ut the junction of highway No. <j and 169. four miles east of Swea City. To date forty members have signed up and the course will be ready within a week. Five Swea City People in Iowa City's Hospital Swea City: Mrs. Mollie Haglund was called to Iowa City Monday on account of the critical condition of her brother, Axel Bergstrom. who is a patient at the Iowa City hospital. Robert Bexell. Lars Brickson. Gus IscnbeVg and Walter Bovis are at Iowa City for treatment of various ailments. Rcnn Kluger is having a cataract removed from his eye. FOR SALE—3 small 8x12.—909 E. Lucas. buildings, 26* FOR SALE—House and 4 lots just across the street from Third Ward school in Algona. Small payment down, easy terms if taken soon.—C. W. Rabe, 630-14th Ave. Minneapolis, Minn. 26* FOR SALE—Beautiful little piano. Factory guaranteed. In Algona. Sell for bnlance. Terms— Finance Company, Box 32, Mason City. 26* FOR SALE—McCormick grain binder. In good running order. Complete with trucks and bundle (airier.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 26 FOR SALE—Choice residence lot. N. Jones St. Phone 794-W. 26* FOR SALE—Improved dairy farms 80 to 200 acres, clay soil in Polk county. Wis.. good markets, good water, some timber pastures, 40 miles from St. Paul Minn. For prices and terms, write Bank of Osceola. Osceola, Wis. 26-29 FOR SALE—1930 Chevrolet coupe good condition.—Gus Sjogren. 26* Seneca Club's Election Held Seneca: The Helpful Thursday club met at the home of Mrs. Clarence Gardner Thursday afternoon. New officers were elected for the. coming year. They are as follows' president. Mrs. Cecil Bailey; vice president, Mrs. Jay Godden, and .secretary. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill. Other entertainment for the afternoon was a reading by Elaine Anderson Club guests were Mrs. Gardner's mother. Mrs. {'otter of Algona, Mrs. Clifford Gardner of Bancroft] Mm. George Anderson of Chicago! Mrs Frank Deim and Mrs. Walter Small. Or. (. H. ('reUinrycr presented I the $10 which he won in a Screeno I game at the State Theatre to Fath- ' i-r Flanagan's home for boys at ' Omaha. Notice 11 ''I I" 1 ' Nelson Reunion Held Thursday Hurt: The H. A. Thompsons, H. M. Petersons and Mrs. Gertie Thompson attended a Nelson family leunion at the Call State Park last Thursday. About eighty attended Mrs Anna Nelson and daughter of Algona. came home with the PeteV- | -sons for a visit. The Elmer Nel- I .--•jus, Ames, who were among those present. <-aint to Kurt afterwards nd .-'pent a few hours with Mrs. •'clsoii'.s mother, Mrs. Mary Mt- •on.-ilil and other relatives. FOR SALE—Used Trucks- Two 1934 Diamond G Trucks. LWBD 1'v ton. 1032 International A3 LWBD. 1932 Chevrolet 1 '•, ton, LWBD. 1».'(5 Freuhauf Stock Trailer, 22'. 1934 Stoughton Stock Trailer, 22'. Dakota 26' Stock Trailer. 1929 Ford SWBS Stake Body. Anthony rocker batch box, grav ity dump.—Lowe Motor Compan Diamond T Trucks, Spencer, lowt 26 We'll Soon Can Them Good Old Days of Yore Editor's Note—Some time ago before Algona started work on widening and repaying Its main street, a visitor through the city left us with a vow to write an epistle relative to the parking situation here. His literary effort is reprinted below, received Saturday by The Algona Upper Des Moines. The writer is a grocer In Wisconsin. When I left your fair city I promised myself to sit down and write my observations of your parking rules and regulations. But since arriving home, and thinking it over, I have re* vised some of my original ideas. I did not dare tell anyone what I thought while there, because I was afraid of being arrested. But now I realize that if I hnd been arrested, by the time they found a place to park my sentence would have been up anyway, the jail torn down for an oil station, the justice of the peace elected governor and my Wisconsin license plates out of date, making me an undesirable transient. I understand that they are now repnvlng, etc. in an effort to remedy the parking conditions. I cannot understand what is meant by paving. You don't need paving, because you could not use what you had. What you needed most was oil pits out in front of the chain stores and spare room in the back to change tires. Also some kind of entertainment for the car- owners parked in the outside row to keep their minds off of trying to get by in the little bridle path in the middle of the street. If I remember rightly, It seemed to be annoying to think you wanted to get by. We only lost four fenders but of course that's no record, and maybe some of your home folks could do better, but we didn't have time to buy any more fenders and try to better our record. I heard over the radio the other day from Waterloo that some fellow was making a 24- hour endurance drive around the city. When I first heard it, I thought maybe he was warm- Ing up to go to the store In Algona but then I knew nobody from Algona would take out their car for a little trip like that. . I know now why they plant corn in Iowa. They raise it in the spring, go to Algona, spend the summer looking for a parking place, come home In the fall disgusted and cut the corn. Til bet the grocery business is good there on Saturday, because it most likely takes until Monday morning to get their cars out of the parking row, nnd by that time their stuff is old and wilted, and they have to start in buying all over again. I can see where there must be millions in it. I am on my way to our own Chamber of Commerce with the idea right now. Yours for more congested parking, Dave Kemp, Sparta, Wis. Fourth of July SPECIALS You'll want something cool and comfortable as well as stylish and good looking for the two big days of celebration at Algona. We have just what you are looking .for. We have planned months ahead for this great celebration and you'll find hundreds of the most charming silk and cotton dresses at this store that it has ever been your good fortune to wear. Cool, new different cotton dresses if you are working In a booth at the Fair grounds, just the thing for "serving" that appetizing lunch priced In two great groups. $1.98 $2.98 If you are looking for that "different" silk dress, It's here in every... size and color in prices that tempt the purse. $6.75 $8.95 AT THE ANNEX YOU'LL FIND DOZENS OF NEW SILK DRESSES AT ONLY $2.88, $3.88 and $4.88 ALSO COTTONS AT 98c AND WHITE HATS AT 98c Be well dressed for the Fourth by buying your apparel here. •: * fWVWWVWtfVW I WOULDN'T RISK MY LIFE ON ANY OTHER TIRE To Mr. Kemp: Your illuminating letter duly filed in the archives and may we issue you a personal invitation to be on hand for the K"la opening of our new paving, and to enjoy the beautiful bliss o' diagonal parking, where every man is king between his own two yellow stripes, and congestion will become a thing of the dim and distant past. Catholic Exhibit Dallas. Texas: Historical hymns two centuries old are heard daily from the Catholic exhibit at the Texas Centennial Exposition. The program commences each day at 11 a. in. OB IP YOUR CAR WITH GUM DIPPED TIRES FOR SALE—160 acre Farm, miles southeast of Wesley. Fo particularu set John Spangler Garner, Iowa. 24-27 FILM DEVELOPING—Roll fil. printed, developed, one enlargemen fret, 29 cents.—Borchardt Drug. 26-t Registered 4 yr. old Sorrel Roan Belgium Stallion for service. Phon 445 Algona. Will bring him to you place.—H. M. Colwell, Auct. 19-2T Miscellaneous If you need a horse ready ti work, see rne—Wm. Durant. 26 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-tl Save that cream with a Vega sep arator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size $77.50. Terms.—Bjus trom's. AJgona, Iowa. 3-tf Save our red ticket* und remember we axe at our (.tore Sunday from 8 to a o'clock tiiuKhing up our Saturday ore*.. If you iie*d freoh meat or anything cW' drop in at Uiat hour. e packages Wednesday and Saturday You all know what a real Food Shop Stock COUAJJ.U, of— »o iu it few word* that's '•1:1:1 • >.V- INTIM;. .VrY STATK i\VA. .11 e i.. I , L v '••'• i.n n... , : , dis- uil of .-ull, Ion LONG'S OUTLAW FOOD SHOP Phone Fre« Uelivery t'tji- a jmi t iv tilar i Iilent of tu<.U anst-t.-:, i'llcittlol: now on 111,You art- rurilii-r i,,,i "I (our! talfi a[>j.li. •i'.nn for l,i-aiiiie at n, tl.c U 1U o cl j day ck A. M 'l f/lai <• >ou anj Jji ur and M,ow ca . h order .-,!,. ,ul,l of July, t A. 1 ». wl.lch of you if any t, L - ma.K wh" po wt-r -ollllsi-. .ilnli.R itiL-rt-to ni!I be nd .-II ll --tut..- l:.u:k ,,f l. Alnol.,1 Io 1 1 W. ISATliS of iial,ki!l« ,,1 wa ;,.-. I!,., ,.|v,- ut Alfol.a. Jo» I Osteopaths Met | Doteopalh.s from the fourth triit enjoyed iin afternoon and evening meeting in Algona last week Uednesday. Speakers on the pro- gtam were iJr. Yale Caslilio of Kansas City. Dr. John M. Woods of Des Moines, and others. Cities included in the district are Ottumwa, Davenport. Des Moines, Sioux City i ;m<i Atlantic. Hall of Religion DaJias, Texas; Long parchment rolls like those used 2.000 years ago and pictures of preachers with a Pistol in one hand and Bible in the ether feature church exhibits in the HalJ of Religion at the Texas Centennial Exposition. Stomach Ga* One dose of ADLERIKA quickly relieves gas bloating, cleans out BOTH upper and lower bowels, al- lowa you to eat ajid Uetp goo,J. Quick, thorough action, yet entirely gentle snci sa/e. E. W. Lusby, Druggist WANTED—Energetic young men or women, with car, for work during summer on commission basis, in vicinities of Swea City. Lakota. Bancroft, Wesley, Titonlia, LuVerne or St. Joe, Lone Kock and Whit- ttmore. 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 WANTED—Extra help including kitchen help during fair week. —State Cafe. 2g WANTED—Girl or woman "tor general housework, able to cook, help with washing, ironing. Box H, Upper Des Moineg. 26* WANTED—Man to help drive and share expense of trip from Al- Kona to north central Pennsylvania. See Shumway at Algoim Upper Des Moines office. 24 Lost and Found FOUND—Young Red Persian cat. Inquire this office. 14 Statue for Garner Dallas, Texas: A bronze- statue bust of John Nanse Garner, first Texan to become vice president, was unveih-d during an impressive ceremony at the Texas Centennial Exposition. Melon and cucumber insects not only injure the plant by chewing the leaves, but they also frequently carry disastrous diseases to the plants, authorities at Iowa State College warn. The only way to control some of these diseases to control the insects. is All Set for the Fourth of July at the ANNEX New HATS and DRESSES A brand new khipiuent of clever white crepe hat*. At the price you can have kever- u) during the MUI*OU, only AHERE is a reason why Louis Meyer won tfie 500-mile Indianapolis race this year — and why he is the only man ever to win this gruelling race three times. He always used Firestone Gum-Di/)hccl Tires, and never experienced tire trouble of any kind* Louis Meyer knows tire construction. He also knows that to drive for 50O consecutive miles over this hot brick track, negotiating the dangerous curves 800 times at the record-breaking average speed of 109 miles an hour, requires tires of super strength and greatest blowout protection, as a blowout on any one of the dangerous curves would likely mean instant death. By the Firestone patented Gum-Dipping process every cord in the tires on Louis u™ ! i uu u t- Mever ' 8 c » r w »» soaked and coated with liquid rubber, thereby preventing internal friction and heat. i his is the secret of the extra strength and reserve safety built into rirestone Tires. When you make your holiday trip this week-end, you of course will not drive 109 miles per hour, but at today's higher speeds you do need tires that will give you greatest blowout protection and will stop your car up to 25% quicker. f , Tak " no c ] la "5 es! Let us equip your car today with Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires, the safest tires built. It costs so little to protect lives worth so much.' Free! Brake Test with each Wash and Grease Job 98c Cinusemore flock-Dot DRE5SES Cool and sheer. For every occasion. Eight colors, each i 98c WASH 2.88 3.88 4.88 STANDARD Dcflgned and constructed by FlreMone lire engineer! for long mileage and dependable service— a fir it quality lire buill of high grade material, by tkilled workmen, embodying the Firestone patented construction features of Gum- Dipping and Two Extra Layers of Oum-Dipped cords under the tread. IM exceptional quality and service at these low prices are made pomlblc by large volume production in the world'* most efficient lire factories. Made in all *Ues for passenger cars, trucki, and buies. See this new Firestone lire today I THE LEADER LOW PRICE For car ownctt who warn new lltftolajttm low IN THE FIELD Ou»i Uu, rnmtioMW, LJ* Phone 866 UaE THE WANT One Stop Service and State St.

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