The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1936 · Page 8
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RTIMG M EWS oft/i& DAY The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 11,1936 '..tl&J- Bancroft Junior Baseball Team Wins State Championship title ~~~" N « ^ ftf» • W • W _ . ™ • Forrest Twogood Coach l At University Of Idaho Prom the Portland Oregonian of July 28, comes a fine tribute to the coaching ability of Forrest F. Twogood, husband of Eleanor Haggard Twogood of Algona, and son-in- law of M. P. Haggard of this city. Forrest, since graduation from tot' University of Iowa, where he Starred In athletics, has been acting qs freshman basketball and baseball mentor at the University of Southern California. He has Just been appointed head varsity coach of basketball and baseball at the University of Idaho, at Moscow, Idaho. The paper says- of his ability: University of Idaho, Moscow, July 26 (Special)—Forrest F. Twogood, freshman basketball and baseball mentor at the University of Southern California, was officially appointed head varsity basketball and baseball coach at the University of Idaho when the board of reg- ena met in Pocatello Thursday. He succeeds Rich Fox, nine year Vandal coach, who resigned recently. 1 Twenty-nine years old, Twogood, familiarly known as "Twogie", has *»ven years of collegiate coaching behind him. establishing an almost phenomenal record with the Trojan babes. His freshman fives have won 111 games and have lost 9. This year they closed their second straight undefeated season, giving Twogood a record of 44 consecutive victories. His team also had an undefeated season in 1932. Further statistics reveal that his boys have won 60 out of their last 62 games. He has had almost as brilliant a record with his Trojan freshman baseball teams. A year-by-year resume of his athletic career follows: 1929—Graduated from the University of Iowa with a B. A. degree. Won major letters In football (one), basketball (three), and baseball (three). He was an all- Big Ten forward in 1927 and 1929, and was captain of the old Hawkeye team in his junior year. An ace pitcher, he was named all-Big Ten moundsman in 1927, 1928 and 1929. Winning the Big Ten cup for efficiency In scholarship and athletics was another of his achievements. Following his graduation, Twogood joined the St. Louis Cardinal's baseball club, then became affiliated with the University Smith Sets New Golf Record Here Don Smith cracked the course record of the Algona Country Club last Saturday, when he shot a sizzling 33, one under the best previous record made by John Haggard, which was a 34. Par for the course is 38. Smith's card: Par by holes 4-4-4-3-5-4-4-4-4-36 Don Smith ....4-3-4-2-6-4-3-3-4-33 With four pars, four birdies, and one hole one over par, the local postoffice employee has given future aspirants for course honors something to shoot at Irv Nelson, pro at the club, had also shot a 34 to equal Haggard's record. Easy Victors In All 3 Games At Rockwell City PAINT PRICES BARN PAINT gallon 98c Lotts Creek Wins Over Bancroft Lions The Lotts Creek baseball team played the Bancroft Lions at Bancroft last Sunday and defeated them in an exciting game by the score of 5 to 3. Gross, pitching excellent baseball for Lotts Creek held the hard-hitting Lions to 8 scattered hits, striking out 11 men. Elmer Pljahn for Lotts Creek featured, getting one triple, two doubles and one single off the pitching of Lefty Deitering and Lefty Hatten. Lotts Creek plays Whittemore at Lotts Creek, Sunday, August 16. Back—G. E. Cage, coach; Lee Larson; Wm. Welp; Ed Lindsay; Clarence Riddle; Joe Saunders; Don Godfredson; Marvin Ackerson; Kermlt Jenks; Harold Weiske. Front—Lawrence Walsh; Harold Geronsin; James Menke; Norman Kohnke; Frances Menke; Vernon Hollister; Joseph Murray. (Algona Upper Des Moines newspicture). HOUSE PAINT gallon 1.74 House Paint 100% Eeg. $3.50 gal. Priced, 5 gal. lots at 2.49 iplement Paint, All Colors, 59c qt Pure Linseed Oil _ 89c gal. Turpentine 79c gaj. Interior Gloss Paint, gallon $1.89 E. C. McMahon Is Handicap Champ E. C. McMahon will have his name engraved on the side of the handicap championship cup of the Algona Country Club, as a result of defeating Ted Chrischilles in the final match. Chrischilles had proved to be a real dark horse, marching through to the finals with some exceptionally fine golf. Chuck Nicoulin won the first tourney back in 1924, the cup showed. Brookside Ladies Enjoy Tournament Brookside Golf club ladies enjoyed a tournament last Friday, with 15 participating. A luncheon was held after the tournament Mrs. Lyle Reynolds had the low score, and Mrs. Pete Waldron was second low. This coming Friday another similar event will be held. Coast to CWst per gaUen Red Barn Paint Porch and Floor Paint qt Varnish, 4 hour dry gallon Automobile Enamel pt COAST-TO-COAST STORE JOE BLOOM Algona, Iowa $1.09 55c $1.59 59c Phone 46 Swimming Meet At Pool Slated A swimming meet will be held next Tuesday, August 18, at the local pool, according to Roland White, lifeguard. Ribbons will be awarded for the first three places in practically all of the usual contests. Registrations for the meet must be made by noon, August 18. Men and boys, and girls and women's events are all on the schedule. Fifteen years and under will be the dividing line between the younger and older contestants. THANK YOU! I wish to express my sincere thanks to the many friends who helped me so generously In the recent Texas Centennial trip con- teat.—Violet Norman. 32 CUMMINGS 5c to $ 1°° Special Value - For School Opening Boys and Girls ALL WOOL SWEATERS Pull overs and zippers, sizes 24 to 36 M.OO Misses' NEW FALL DRESSES Sizes 14-16-18-20. Wash fabrics of Poplins, Crepes and 80 square prints, 1.00 -1.59 -1.1 School Handkerchiefs lc each Muslin Bloomers sizes 2 to 12 lOc Rayon Panties 2 to 6 lOc 8 to 16 15c Elastic Top Anklets sizes 6 to 8Vi lOc pair EIFFEL NEVERDARN FASHIONED HOSE Ni-w Kiill colons. Service or Chiffon sizes to 10'-.. 49c pair NEW RAYON SLIPS Certified seams. Adjustable shoulder straps, sizes 34 to 44. White, Flesh, Tearose. 59c Founta&u pens lOc We 25c Big Thick Tablets 5c Pencils 5 for 5c 4 for 5c 3 for 6c 2 forSc Best quality Filler Paper 50 aKeets Child's Knit Union Suits 25c Two Way Stretch Garter belts 25c Boys and Men's Shirts-Shorts 2 for 35c Boys' Fancy Dress Socks 8'/i to 10 15c Ink and Paste 5c Crayolas 16 in box lie 8 in box 8c 6 in box oc Note Book Covers lOc Rulers 6c Erasers 1< Scissors 10 pair CUMMINGS 5c to Where You Can Find Just What You What 1 00 The Bancroft junior American Legion basceball team brough home the bacon in grand style. Th< Kossuth boys won the state junior championship at Rockwell City last Friday afternoon, defeating Muscatine, 12 to 4, to make a clear sweep of the series between the district champions. In the first game of the round robin, Bancroft hammered Council Bluffs badly, and won 16 to 3, with Bancroft cracking out 19 hits. Council Bluffs had won the 1935 state championship. Playing Eldora, Bancroft won by a 7 to 2 score, again outhitting their rivals. Richardson hurled for Bancroft in the second game. Bancroft's Iowa Junior league champions will play the North Side Minneapolis team, Minnesota champions, at Bancroft) Thursday and Friday afternoon of this week, for the right to go to the national Junior league tournament Games are called for 2:30 p. m. If a third game Is necessary, It will be played Saturday afternoon at Bancroft Bancroft under Glen Cage, coach, has won 122 games In the lait five years, and lost only 13. W. A. Murray Is manager of the team. In the recent state tournament, Bancroft batted JSS, with Muscatine, second place winner, hitting only £00 and the other two teams below that average. Oortfredson drew the hurling assignment against Muscatine and held the eastern Iowa nine to four hits. A six-run spree in the sixth inning won the game for Bancroft. Krumm, Walsht and Weiske starred at bat for the winners, with Walsh contributing three hits. On top of that, Bancroft played errorless ball. The Box Score Muscatine Ab H O A Atkinson, is 5 001 Jean, 3 b 3 113 Maeglin, c 4 091 Kemp, Ib 4 1 10 0 Sto'ng, 2b 3 021 La'ge, cf-p 4 001 Ba'r, rf-cf 3100 Wltte, If 3 020 Saunders, p i 002 Calhoun, rf 2 102 Bancroft Krumm, as Walsh, Ib Rich'on, If Weiske, 2b Godfr«dsen, p Saunders, cf Larson, rf Jenks, c Kohnke, 3b 32 4 24 11 Ab H O A 4 213 3 13 2 1 Score by innings Muscatine Bancroft . 43 13 27 14 HUE 010 000 210— 447 005 006 Olx—12 13 3 GRAYS WIN 3, LOSE ONE IN 4 DAYS'CONTEST Golf Ball Hits Tree, Sticks In Upper Branches Believe It Or Not—as told by Charles Lehman, and verified by witnesses, which otherwise might have caused some skepticism. Lehman, playing in a foursome of the Country Club course, Thursday evening, prepared to play his second shot on the second hole. He was about 25 feet from a small tree In the fairway. He swung, and the ball salted Into the tree. And then disappeared. An investigation disclosed that the ban had gone Into the branches of the tree, and stuck there. Lehman had to climb the tree to get the ban out. He decided that the lie in the branches was a bit too difficult even for his game. $4,000 SUIT IN CATTLE FOOTROT CASE CONCLUDED J. H. Jensen of Fenton, Defendant —Says Steers Were Infected A court case in which the Iowa livestock Market Corporation of Des Moines was seeking $4,000 from J. H. Jensen of Fen ton, former state representative, was concluded a few days ago in district couit here and taken under advisement by Judge F. C. Davidson, who heard the case. It seems that Jensen purchased 72 head of steers from the plaintiff and that when they arrived and were being unloaded, he found that they were not walking with the greatest of ease. An examination, he testified, disclosed that some 25 head of steers were suffering from footrot, an Infectious disease of animals, which may eventually cause them to lose their hoofs. Called to the witness stand were Henry Wegener and Philip Wander of tf'enicn, who testified that they so,w the animals being unloaded, and tnai they were suffering from [he d'sease at that time, before they camt off the car. The stecra were November 1, 1930. on The Algona Grays marched out on the Belmond diamond Thursday afternoon full of grim determination to wipe out the stigma of their defeat by the Collegians the night before. So to start things off, Scrub Anderson took a wicked swing at the first ball Mr. Harder had to offer and pulled up at third base with a triple. Just to keep things interesting, Al Menke came up and sent Scrub home with a neat little single. Leonard got to Brat on the pitcher's error and Traul's one bagger also helped bring him home. When the first inning was over Algona had a big number three up on top of a Forest City goose egg, which stayed there by the way for three innings. The Grays coasted along on an 11-4 lead until Forest City came to bat In the seventh. In that inn- Ing Lefty Atwell eased up a little and almost caused heart failure In the Algona crowd by walking two men and then letting Chell pound out a triple and Grandgard a double. Lefty decided that that was enough of that so he summoned Lichllter to his aid. But things looked pretty black when Briese, the first man to face him rammed one out over the cars at the end of center field. When announcing the ground rules at the start of he game, the umpire said a ball lit over the cars was a home run f the runner made it So Leonard chased after It and held the runner on third bane, but the umpire alowed him a home run on it nyway, which made so much wasted effort for Mr. Leonard. The Grays were a little bit skeptical about letting Forest City go into their half of the ninth Inning trailing by only two runs so Traul, Farnum and Johnny Menke went to work and brought In three more scores o give Algona a safe lead, mak- ng the final score 14 to 9. The Grays got a little case of tage fright Friday night and let he Charles City Lions sneak out 10-9 win over them In a very oosely played name that see-sawed back and forth for nine Inn- ngs. Beat Collegians Again After that brief interlude, Algona again went to work on Forest City, meeting them on their home [rounds, Sunday afternoon. Things ooked pretty black as the Colleg- ans knocked Lichliter out in the econd inning, bringing in four cores. But Al Menke, the giant iller of Algona's murderers row, brought the team back to life mashing one of Jerry Gardner's hoice curves twenty feet over the enter field Scoreboard for what all agreed was the longest home run ever hit out of the Forest City ball park. This put the pep back into the rest of the gang and they finally came out on the long end of 7-4 score. Al's homer, by the way, was bis second successive one out of that park. Down Prugers, 11-7 Feeling well satisfied over that triumph, the Algona boys made a day of it by slugging out an 11-7 victory over the Pruger Beer team from Des Moines. Squire Riddle hurled five innings of beautiful ball, loading the bases twice and striking out the batters without allowing a run. But he loosened up in the sixth and walked three men in a row, giving one a free ticket acrous the scoring plate. Several successive hits brought the runs across in a hurry and when they were finally halted six scores were in. But the Grays had tallied seven times already and they added four more to clinch the victory. Scrub Anderson paced the Algona sluggers with three doubles and two singles out of six times up. The team is not as Busy as usual this week as they play Boston Royal Giants, a crack Canadian team Thursday night, meet the Omaha Monarch*, colored team at the Titonka Indian Day cejebration and play the Minnesota All-Stars Sunday night. The Sunday night game promises to be a thriller as the Grays squeezed out a 3-1 victory over them once and Craig Deim, manager and pitcher, has lined up two or three more players and they'll all be out for revenge. Picnic In Honor of Union Visitors Going to Florida Union: A gathering of relatives and friends of Mrs. Charley Hofius met at the Call State Park Sunday when they enjoyed a social afternoon and a picnic supper. The Hofiuses will leave soon to visit a son, Wllford and family of Chicago going by train that far. Then the two families will go by auto to St Petersburg, Florida, the home of the elder Hoflus family. They have spent the summer at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Claude Dearchs of Union and with brothers and other relatives near Burt and in Algona. ArWW New Cement Basement Kenne & Sons of Whittemore put In a full cement basement under the house on the Spear estate farm tenanted by Louis Bode last week. 30 Ladles Entertained Mrs. Frank Hoflus entertained 30 ladles at her home at a birthday party in honor of Mrs. Minnie Dearchs and her daughter, Lois of Algona last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey and Mrs. Kenneth Wight and son, Bobble, were guests of the Cliff Anlfs in Algona for dinner recently. Carol Leason of near Burt spent several days last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson and her great grandmother, Mrs. John Olson. Mrs. Louis Bode accompanied her sister, Mrs. L. C. Puth in the tatter's car to Fort Dodge Wednesday morning to bring home their mother, Mrs. John Lamuth, who had been visiting since the Sunday previous with her other two daughters, Mrs. Ryno and Irene. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—175 feeding hog*.— Rich Point Elevator. 33 Going to Paint? Buy DOW at Gamble's Manager 1 * Sale—cut prices on all OuUide Puiats—Barn Paint, gal. fl.00—House Paint, gal. $1.69—Floor Paint, qt. 59c. 32 FOR SALE—Good Papec silo filler. Cheap.—Leo Lichter. 32 FOR SALE—Piano. Can be seen in Algona. Only $47 left to pay. Cash only. Write Critchett Piano Co., Des Moines, Iowa. 32-33* FOR SALE—New small piano at $6 per month. Liberal discount, save reshipping.—Wholesale Dept., Baldwin Piano Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 32* FOR SALE—Two registered Guernsey bulls, one serviceable age, other six months old—Theo. Peters, Elmore, Minn. 32-33* FOR SALE—Typewriter paper, just received large shipment, good white bond paper, 60 cent a ream (500 sheets).—Algona Upper Des Moines. FOR SALE—Used typewriters: Remington, a real buy, $15. Remington, good shape, $25. See us for portable or standard sized used machines.—Algona Upper Des Moines. FOR SALE—Registered Shorthorn bulls.—Lloyd Gross, Algona. Three miles north of Hobarton. 28-32 Miscellaneous Ask us about free culling and pick up service. —Algona Produce, Phone 9. 32 WANTED—Unfurnished apartment, two large or three small room* with k 'leneUe, as noon as possible. Call 230, or Inquire at Upper Des Moines office. 32* WANTED—Man for steady work. Car required. Get particulars from S. F. Baker A Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 32-84* Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size I82J& Terms,—Bjustrom's. Algona, Iowa. 8-tf Why not sell your poultry and eggs to Algous, Produce, Phone 9. Lost-Found STRAYED—fUd roan heifer calf, 7 months, from Dominic Zeimet farm one week ago. Call 4 on 21, West Bend. 32* For Rant FOR RENT—Unfurnished 4-room modem apartment with bsth. First floor. Oil heat Available August 15tb— G. D. Shumway. 33 Fresh As A Daisy ^VRVHNl^ft ^WNB^RHflSH^^m^VI^ VMB 4Bfl^MHIB wj^^^v^^r Keeping pace with the times, this progressive 66-year old store presents, this week, a newly painted and decorated ready-to' wear department Everything has been redone, including cell- ing, side-walls and all fixtures. We offer a symphony of soft rose and light grey, a pleasant, inviting place in which to do your fall shopping. We will be ready for you soon, with an outstanding showing of the New Autumn Fashions. Come In and see them. The same courteous treatment, the same pleasant surroundings. Only a few summer garments left but prices will amaze you. All summer dresses, suits and coats are marked for "No CARRY-OVERS", which means ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. If you need another summer and early Fall garment, this Is the tune and place to buy It Shopping wiU be a little inconvenient this week but we assure you that the savings you will make will more than repay you for your trouble. We are still selling 2 DRESSES For And such wonderful dresses you never saw. They represent values to $12.75 and J15.00 and sizes are complete from size 14 to 44. rWArVwwwwwwwwwwww All Dressed Up ande•• Going Places!! A N N E X Have you seen the ANNEX, all dressed up, spick and «pan, with new, bright linoleum and built-in shelves? Boy oh, Boy— what a business we did the last few weeks. Only a few summer things left but they won't last long at these prices . . . All white and colored wool and lace coats, from the Main store, at prices which you can't afford to pass up. Coats for as little as |LM and up to only $348. You'll need a wrap later In ths season— buy one here at bargain prices. THESE ABE THIS SEASON'S COATS. Children's print and summer-weight dresses for ........................ Mo Clean-up of Handkerchiefs .......................................... One-Half Price HAVE YOU BOUGHT ONE OF THOSE DI8CONTINITCD OOS8ARD FOUNDATION GARMENTS? If you haven't, be sure to see If your size and model is here at only $LM. Other girdles at BCc and Me. These are popular foundation garments and NOT JUNK. NEW FAIX DRESSES-Prints, dark navy sheers and higher priced dresses, some new and some from the Main store, a grand assortment of beautiful garments In sixes from 14 to 44. If you need a fill-in dress for Fall— buy one of these at A few $1.88 dresses left in sizes 14, 16 and 18— a good buy If there ever was one. Remember, all our LONG PABTY AND FORMAL DRESSES go Into thin price group, only ............... 4L88 ; j| VWWWWVWW wwwwwwwv BUILD NOW! 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