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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 7, 1936 Texas Popularity Contest Race Tightens With Three Weeks To Go SENTRIES GAIN IN POSITION AS Winner To Receive Ten-Day Trip To Dallas Nine entries in the Kossuth Working Girls' Popularity Contest made advances in the standings during the past week, in their quest to win the 10 day trip to the Texas Centennial Exposition with all expenses paid, being offered by the State Theatre and the Algona Upper Des Moines. Those advancing in the standings were Zora Keith, Algona; Anna Ramus, LuVerne; Marcella Cullen and Irene Heller of Whittemore; Alice Moulton, Ledyard; Julia Stott, Titonka; Viola Riddle of Lakota, and Maurine Hansen of Wesley. Voting in the past week has been unusually heavy. First Four the Same Violet Norman, Ilda Paterson, Betty Backus and Kathor Lavrenz were (till In the first four positions, maintaining about the same margins as last week. Betty Backus gained to within less than 100 votes of second place during the week. The standings: 1. Violet Norman, Algona 19,390 2. Hda Patterson, Alg 13,190 3. Betty Backus, Algona 13,075 E. J. Butler again assumed the Full nelm ° f the destinies of the Algona Baseball club, during the past week after a period of several weeks during which it was handled by group of local business men who had taken over the job at the request of Butler. The Grays have made an enviable record this sea-son, winning a big majority of their games, and playing excellent baseball. The team is entered in the state semi-pro tournament to be held starting this week at Forest City. The Forest City Collegians won the state semi-pro title last year, and as Algona has defeated the Collegians three out of four times this season, things look rosy for the locals to bring home the bacon. 4. Esther Lavrenz, Alg. .10,130 5. Zora Keith, Algona 8,080 6. Mary Kain, Algona 7,240 7. Drusllla Caughlin, Alg 6.820 8. Anna Ramus, LuV 5,780 9. Marcella Cullen. Whit 5,480 10. Dorlys Knudsen. Alg 5.430 11. Toots Gramenz, Fent 5,115 12. Irene Heller, Whit 5,075 13. Jane Hemphill, Alg 4.990 14. Alice Moulton. Ledyard .... 4,805 15. Beulah Glfford, Burt 4,725 16. Loretta Winkel, Alg. 4,690 17. Julia Stott. Titonka 4,645 18. Rosella Volght, Whit 19. Viola Riddle, Lakota 20. Maurine Hansen, Wesley.. 4,175 21. Lola Warner, Fenton 22. Ardella Hovey, Algona 23. Pearl Dahl, Swea City .. 24. Bernlce Harrington, Alg 25. Lola Marlow, L, Rock ... 4,495 4,475 .... 3,120 4,110 3,860 3,705 3,700 26. Bertha Fasbender, St. B. 3,485 27. Cora Masterson, Corwlth . 3,375 28. Rose Murphy, Bancroft .... 3,300 29. Isabel Kain, Algona 3,295 31. Rosalee Dorr, St. Ben 3,010 32. Irene Weringa, Lakota .... 2,780 33. Lucille Anderson, S. C 2,475 34. Bea Kramer, Fenton 2,420 35. Clara Wedal, LuV 2,250 36. Dencll Stockman, S. C 2,150 37. Muriel Johnson, Lak 2,020 Subscriptions Big Item The contestants who have sue ceeded in bringing in new subscriptions are finding that the 500 votes for each one counts up rapidly. Balloting in the State Theatre, where votes go with every admission ticket, is also getting very heavy. On July 31 the contest will close, and the final results will be announced in this paper the following week. Decision of the judges will be final. First place winner will get the trip to Texas, second und third places will bring a season's pass to the theatre, fourth and fifth places will win u nine months' pass, and so on, with every contestant winning a theatre pass or tickets, depending on their final position in the voting. General Hospital News Misst-s Lois and Helen Graham of Burt had their tonsils removed on Tuesday. June 30. Mrs. Mike Rentz entered Tuesday, June 30, for medical treatment. Marjoric Koetman underwent a tonsili-ctomy Thursday, July 2. Marjorie is from Burt. Clayton and Roberta Schmidt spent last week with their fjrand- parcnta, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. The Schmidts were moving from Corwith to Bode. Letts Creek Nine Wins Two Games Lotts Creek: Lotts Creek's baseball team won at Whittemore Saturday by a score of 8 to 0. The game with Wesley Sunday afternoon at Algona was also won by Lotts Creek by a score of 5 to 2. Many fans attended both games. Rupert Reuben and Mabel Leudtke left Saturday morning to spend the Fourth in Des Moines. The Ladies' Aid society will meet Friday afternoon in the Lutheran school hall with Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl as hostess. Arlen Kohlwes, who has been visiting with his sister. Mrs. Paul Figlcr at Ames for two weeks, re- '.nrned home Friday. Rev. E. Fienc preached at a mission festival Sunday forenoon at Rlmore. Wehrspann, Ottosen, a .student, held services here. GRAYS VANQUISH FOREST CITY IN SPARKLING PLAY Win 9 to 2 for Eighth Victory in Ten Starts TITONKA NEWS Material for the water tank arrived and was unloaded and work began Monday morning, July 6. Dr. Pierre Sartor attended a dinner and lecture at Garner Friday evening put on by the State University. Mrs. Martin Bleich visited her aunt. Mrs. Nick Raskopf at St. Benedict Wednesday, who has been very ill for some time. Mrs. L. B. Larsen and Miss Dorothy Budlong have been confined to their bed the past week Mrs. Larsen is able to be about. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tuttle left for their home In Long Beach, California, Wednesday morning after spending several weeks here and at Gary, Ind. The Farmers Elevator was completely finished Thursday, though they had been taking in grain for several days. It has all the modern equipment. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Heifner returned Tuesday afternoon from a 3 weeks' vacation spent at Afton. Marshnlltown. and Des Moinex visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Gco. Higglns moved into their new home, the Lnmoreux lilace. Monday afternoon and the Lamoreuxs moved into the rooms vacated by them over Mr. and Mrs. Al Young's. Mrs. Art Schweppc entertained the members of the Larkin bridge lub Friday afternoon. Mrs. T. A. Dunmire made high score, Mrs. J. A. Bleich low score. Mrs. Dunmire find Mrs. Pierre Sartor substituted Mrs. Mildred Kokesh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ('. V. I'endergast. was married to Mr. Paff of Minneapolis last Sunday at the home of her sister. Mr. arid Mrs. Hurry Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Pc-nderyast attended tile wedding. For the third time this season, the Algona Grays trounced the Forest City Collegian-,, this time on the Algona field, by a score of 9 to 2. Not until the ninth frame did the visitors tally. Art Sorensen, hurling for Algona. held the visitors to five blows, but his mates n the Held gave him one of the finest exhibitions of support seen n these parts for many years. The infield came up with a dozen sparkling plays, while the outfield was equally as brilliant Farnum and Kelly made circus catches that were big league stuff, and several Fast double plays "contributed to he enjoymfent of the crowd. "Scrubby" Anderson with three hits, and Earl Traul with the same number, led the hitting, although redit for the longest blow went to 'arnum. who drove a ball over the eft field fence wiJh a man on base. Algona is presenting the finest baseball in northern Iowa, and when a comparison of the 9 to 2 score is made with the 2 to 1 score by which Omaha of the Western League defeated Forest City last Wednesday night, it drives home the realization that the putting on some great team is baseball games. This makes eight victories in 10 games this season for the Grays. The summnry: Algona <9> Ab H R E Scrub Anderson, 2b Al Menke, ss Carrol Wander, Ib Harry Leonard, cf Earl Traul, 3b Ed Farnum, rf .... Red Corrick, c June Kelly, If Art Sorensen, p .. Forest City <2> Johnson, ss Feeney. cf Jones, If Grandgard. rf Breise. c Bryan, 3b Stanton, 2b Boland, Ib Gardner, p • 37 12 9 1 Ab H R E Second Death In Few Days Strikes At Armstrong Armstrong: Mae Bunt, 39 years old, passed away Monday morning at 6 o'clock in the Coleman hospital in Estherville, following an illness of one week. Miss Bunt has made her home with her mother, having taken care of her for a number of years. She is survived by her parents, Sir. and Mrs. James Bunt of Armstrong and four sisters, Mrs. Joe Chapman, Estherville; Mrs. Wm. Jnskulke. Fairmont; Mrs. John Blum and Mrs. August Beck of Armstrong. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church and burial was made in the Armstrong Grove Cemetery. Miss Ardella Halverson and Miss LaVonne Johnson, both of Fairmont, visited at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halverson, Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Mixell, Mrs. Earl Mixell and daughter. La von, were visitors Thursday evening at the H. M. Irmiter home. Daisy Bunt Dies Miss Daisy Bunt passed away on June 25th at the home of her brother. R. E. Bunt. Daisy Edith Bunt was the daughter of Steven and Vfary Bunt, having been born on March 24, 1883. in Denmark town' ship. Miss Bunt joined the Pres byterian church at the age of 17. MILTON WEISBROD WEDS AT GARNER 31 5 2 The work of laying brick al the school house was resumed last Fri- :iay after a couple of weeks lay off due to lack of brick. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Will Reimers of Whittemore motored to Bancroft last week Wednesday Knssiith Hospital Ne\vs Charles Benrdsley had his appendix removed Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Edward Hagg gave birth to a baby girl Tuesday, weighing 8 pounds. Mr. Hang is employed at the Norton machine shop. Charles Heincm, LuVerne, under- wont a major operation Tuesday. A haby boy, weighing a pounds 4 ounces was horn Saturday morning to Mrs. Delbcrt Long, of Fenton. Miss Kntc Finn, Algona, was admitted Saturday for medical care Mrs. Charles Stroebel, Titonka. entered Sunday afternoon to receive medical care. Cecelia Kisenbacher, Wesley, underwent an appendectomy, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Nick Kinsch, Algona, gave birth to sin H pound 10 ounce haby hoy, July 6. After the 4th SPECIALS Chrischilles & Herbst V<.;i've .f/mi.- to i-.-jK.r-t BAK- <;AJN.S" atu-r the fourth ui,d you'll nut n<: di.suppoinUu .it the r<_<ij. - tioiis \vc art- oilYn/ig tu (/u;- LU.^- lo.nui:- i,n r.f.v wanli-d frotlii and V. I :,[,;,. VW have ;.:<>;;<.• thiou^h our btt^K and .-tlirl. J ^penally prktxl groups to u-ii;]it you. Thi-bt sire desirable, new gut-menu priced for quick July .•tiling. New Cotton clrebhts ;;rc arriving Jo lake the place of those that luund u "home" ovtr the Fourth. They are cool, different looking arid have the "snap" you rarely find Hi yaimi.iiUj at this price. Keep in Ibuxh with the busiest, w;oat popular store in Northern Iowa. We are going places this bun,nicr in a great big way ajjij you are passing unheard of opportunities to save if you do not visit this store regularly on your shopping trips. Notice to Bidders Notice is hereby given that the proposals for materials to be used for construction in a school house in sub-distrirt No. 1 in Irvington Township. County of Kossuth, will be received by the undersigned at iiis office in said Irvington Township (where plans may be seen until 8 o'clock R M.. 16th day of July, 19361 at which time contract for materials will be awarded to the lowest bidder. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. L. C. HUTCHINS. Secretary. Algona. Iowa. 27-28 St. Joe People At Whittemore Funeral Wed. St. Joe: Mrs. John B. Reding, Mr. and and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner and Vicholas Wagner attended the funeral of Leo Besch, Wednesday. In- 'erment was in the Whittemore Catholic cemetery. Mr. Besch, 34, died suddenly Sunday. He is sur- •ived by his wife and two small ions, his mother, Mrs. Annie Thilges, three sisters and two brothers. The Peter Schmidts spent the 'ourth at Lake Okoboji. Thclma Bormann spent last week vith Mary Evelyn Bormann. Mr. and Mrs. James Becker and daughter from north of Algona pent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hennefent of •Vmholm, Minn., were callers at the Mrs. Lucy Wagner home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges and lix children spent the week end at he John Reilling home near Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner were Sunday evening visitors at the Edward Besch home near Whittemore. John Kayser of Fort Dodge spent Thursday visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. Mr. Kayser just recently returned from a two month's trip to the western coast. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schumacher and son. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rrd- ing, Mary Jane and Bobby, were callers at the Ted Wagner and Mrs. Lucy Wagner home Sunday afternoon. The Brogans did repair work on the Mrs. Wm. Hammer home last week. They have also been working at the Sebastian Kramer home where they built a kitchen and also a room upstairs on the house. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer an.I .son.s left Friday for Clare- rnont, Minn., to visit with Mr. und Mrs. N'irk Phillips and other rel- •i-s over the Fourth. Raymond Thilges atended to their chores during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Von Bank ind fitmiiy, Mrs. Hoffman and laughter. Theresa from Fort Dodge were visitors at the K. A. Hogan lome Tuesday afternoon. Irene ind Paul Von Bank remained at that place for a longer visit. Fenton Young Man and Bride Taking Trip To Yellowstone Fenton: A pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Schoenwetter in Garner on Saturday, June 27, when their only daughter, Mildred, became the bride of Milton Weisbrod, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod of Fenton. Lucille Weisbrod, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Ethel Weisbrod. also a sister of the groom served as flower girl. Melvln Schlei of Fenton served Mr. Weisbrod as best man and both men wore the conventional blue suits. Only Immediate relatives and friends of the couple were present. After the ceremony a three course dinner was served. The bride graduated from the Klemme high school In 1932 and attended Iowa State College for one year. She taught schoqj three years in Liberty township and during that time contributed liberally of her musical talent to the public and at the Liberty M. E. church. The groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod of Fenton. After his graduation from the Fen- tlon high school in 1938 he remained on the farm; assisting his father. He is an energetic and ambitious young man and makes friends readily. Following the wedding dinner the couple left for Waterloo for a visit until Saturday with friends. On Monday evening a reception was held in the Garner opera house for the couple and they received nwny useful and lovely gifts with which to beautify their home. After the reception they left on a honeymoon trip to Yellowstone National park and other points of interest. On their return they will be at home on the farm of the groom's father two miles south of Fenton. John Wallace Party John Wallace was honored at a birthday surprise party at his home last week Monday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Wallace and family and the Andy Wallace family of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weisbrod, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuecker and daughter. Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wallace and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Thco. Weisbrod, all this place. of .M. E. Mission Session The Woman's Foreign Missionary noci«ty tnet In th« M. ID. church parlors on Thursday, July 2. Devotions were in charge of Mrs. Art Voigt. Following the business meeting the program led by Mrs. Raymond Stoeber was as follows: Papen were read by Mrs. T. N. McFall on "According to their Ability": Mrs. Joe Madden, "Octavius Blessing Box"; a demonstration, "Here a Little and There a Little" by Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Mrs. Bahne Bahnson. Hostesses were Mrs. Joe Madden. Mrs. C. C. Voigt and Mrs. Fred Brown. Wander Charivari A large number of people gathered at the Philip Wander home Thursday night to charivari Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Wander of Algona. Mary Ann Bohn visited her friend Faith Finnestad several days last week. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Mrs. F. I. Bohn were Algona shoppers last week Wednesday. The A. C. Green family moved heir household goods to Forest Jity on Thursday. Nettie Weisbrod visited her sis- Classified Ads COOL FROCKS For Hot Weather at the ANNEX A iifw shipntrnl of U-4-U Urt-HM-s. C'lcver refreshing number*. WJVUWA/VS Happy Home Style Frocks 1. (jiwanleed fa»t colors. Another U U Ia4e*. 2. Guaranteed styling, every ;ui original creation. S. Guaranteed for Meas. £u>- U> laundered. -NEW WANT AD POLICY Starting inimediuU-ly, all want ads in this paper must be paid for in advance, uiileMt you have a book account on our ledger. C.'obt of mailing notices and other wasted effort, makes it i/iipohdible to do a credit, business on uant ads. Minimum tharge of wants ads will be 25 cents, on the basis of 2 cents a word in advance. Want ads charged on ledger accounts will be 3 cents a word. When sending want ads into the office, count the words, multiply by 'i cents, and send the amount vvitl) the ad. Unless cash is received, no ad will appear. This move has been forced upon us by unpaid uaut ad accounts. For Sale futi SALE—-2-door 1934 Ford V-8 in line condition. Priced to sell.— Mra. T. A. Trauger. 27 FOR SALE— .V-8 Ford Coach; also Chevrolet coupe. Bargains. tJasy Ttrms.—Kruse-Blossom Ag- incy. 27 FOR SALE-^Two grade Guern- .scy cows. Prices right.—W. H. Eoaworth, 3 mi. E., H N. Burt. 87* FOR SALE—Good cattle and watch Shepherd dog.—909 E. Lucas, 20* COUNTY PLAT BOOKS for sale at the Upper Dea Moines office, shows land-owners name on sach farm in Koauuth county. latest editiou sells for S2.50; older editions for $1.50 each. Call at thu office. FOR SALE—Improved dairy farms 80 to 200 ucreu, clay soil in Polk county, Wis., good markets, good water, some timber pastures, 10 miles from St. Paul Minn. For prices and terms, write Bank of Osceola, Osceola, Wis. 26-29 FOR SALE—160 acre Farm, 8 miles southeast of Wesley. For particulars see John Spangler. Garner, Iowa. 24-27* FILM DEVELOPING—Roll film printed, developed, one enlargement free, 29 cents.—Borchardt Drug. 26-tf Miscellaneous Will not he responsible for any d» bis made by anyone but myself.— John Dakcn. 2T* MERCHANTS NOTICE—Cigarette bonds $2.00, Beer Bonds J5.00. Notary Public Bonds $2.50. Bond.] issued here at our office.—Algona Insurance Agcy. 23-tf Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium Dize J77.50. Terms.—B jua- trom's, Algona. Iowa. 3-tf Wanted WANTED— Oat and small grain cutting. Have tractor and 10-ft. binder.—- Paul Palmer, phone 579. 27» WANTED—Experienced girl for hoiue work on farm. Good wage*. Inquire at office. 27* WANTED— Binder and canvas repairing. Bring them in now.— Ueo. E. Johnson. 27* Lost and Found FOUND—Young Red Persian cat Inquire this office. 27 ter, Mrs. Kern Elerlck, the week of the Fourth at Alta. Mr, and Mrs. Harry Elmore left Wednesday to visit Mra. Elmore's relatives at Charlton. Charles Newel submitted to a ton- silectomy at Dr. Peters' office in Burt last week Wednesday. Mrs. R. A. Goetsch entertained a group of ladies last week Monday in honor of her mother, Mrs. Anna Osborn. Fred Bailey and son, James, Paul nnd Fred of Marshall, Minn., came Thursday for a visit with relatives here and at Whittemore. The Dorcas sewing circle met with Mrs. Wilbur Holldorf last week Tuesday. Mrs. Carrie Voigt and Mrs. Alfred Meyers were guests. Marguerite Krause of Newark, New Jersey, came recently for a visit with her twin brother, Hans Krause. She is staying at the A. J. Krause home. Mrs. J. P. Nelson and children, Shirley. Dean and Bruce of Sioux City, visited from Monday to Wednesday of last week nt the C. G. Humphrey home. Mrs. J. A. Schwartz. Mrs. H. E. Reimers. Mrs. Dorothy Gerhard and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod attended guest day of the Rlngsted Ladies' Aid on last week Wednesday. Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder and daughter. Phyllis, went to Wall Lake Tuesday where Rev. Snyder conducted funeral services for a friend. He was a former pastor at Wall Lake. Mrs. E. K. Johnson entertained the Fairville Lutheran Aid last Thursday. Guests of the aid were Mrs. Henry Wegener of Algona and Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Mrs. Chas. New*:! and Mrs. Truman Johnson of Fenton. Mrs. C. F. Wegener entertained a group of little folks at her home Wednesday, July 1, in honor of her son, Martin's sixth birthday. The guests Included Billy Flnnestad, .Tnckie Gerhards, Vincent Voettler, Kenneth Johnson, Jimmy and Jer- ry Rolldorf, Bobbie Padgett, Claire Eike, James Wlddel, Howard Schulte, Derald Don Dreyer, Lavonne Bailey, Eunice and Marjorie Johnson, Llla Johnson, Mra. Truman Johnson and Mrs. K. K. Johnson. Delicious refreshments were served at the close and Martin was the recipient of many gifts. Read The vmot Ada—It Pays USED TIRES All Sizes 50c JOE BLOOM Coant-to-Coast Store Plan to Make A. & P. 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All are worth mfucb more than the prices quoted. 1 Boys' shorts, ribbed patterns __ SPECIAL 32 piece Dinner O QO Sets, 15 patterns*" 50 Wash Fabrics - Reduced Prices and 37c Matelasse, Seersucker Printed Piques reduced to Seersuckers Blister Sheers reduced down to 33c Printed Muslins Chiffon Voiles reduced down to 22c SPECIAL blue enamel 1 cold pack CANNERS Rack holds 7 qt Jars $1.00 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•fc Blue enamel 11 qt 7C Preserve Kettles __ • W White Tea~ Cups, only Men's Wash Trousers 1.00 1.39 You'll look well anywhere in thece tailored washable trousers—new novelty patterns —They're MW/orteed- shrunlc. 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