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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 18,1936 Bancroft Juniors Bow In Inter-State Tourney After Game Fight ALGONA GRAYS WINSLUCFEST J5Y26T02 Score in Every Inning; Leonard Joins Cedar Rapids Club Scoring In every inning, the Algona Grays gave fans 'some real chances to use arithmetic, Sunday night, when they salughtered the Southern Minnesota All-Stars, 24 to 2, in the wildest game witnessed here this season. In fact your correspondent is not certain of the score; the Scoreboard said 27, but our records only show ed 26, but just among friends with a score like that, what difference does one run make? Twogod hit a home run; Wander performed in a great way in center field; Anderson hit safely every time up, as did Lichliter. Those were just a few hlgnrrghts. Harry Leonard, stellar center- fielder of the Grays, got a call from Cedar Rapids of the Western League, last -week, and departed for t>l$ger fields with best wishes of the local fans. Wander was shifted from first base to center, and Forest Twogood, former University of Iowa and Toledo pitcher, here for a visit, went on first base. Algona socked the old apple high, wide and handsome, and after a bit the fans got into the spirit of the things and enjoyed the repeated (coring and the pitching of a half dozen boys in great style. Games have been scheduled for Wednesday and Sunday nights of this week. Summary: SO, Minn. Stars Ab H R E Kindred, 3b, p 4 001 Lime, 2b 4 100 Williams, c 4 210 Doha, ss 4 002 Erlckson, If .4 210 Murphy, cf, p 4 100 Kvanson, Ib 4 102 Buchanan, rf 8 100 Delm, p, rf 3 002 34 8 3 7 Algona Ab H R E Anderson, 2b, p 7 750 A. Menke, ss 6 231 Wander, cf 6 220 Traul, Sb, p 7 410 Twogood, Ib 8 340 Corrick, c 4 210 Farnum, rf 5 220 Kelly, If -...5 220 Lichliter, p, 2b S 860 Biff*, C -..2 000 822926 1 Mr. and Mrs. Cashen drove to DM Moines, Wednesday night on business. Special Ladies' Day at C. C. Wednesday On Wednesday, Aug. 19, n sched uled ladles' Invitational Luncheon bridge and golf day will be held a the Algona Country Club. The clu has invited the ladles from fifteei other clubs to be present for thl event. Tee off at 8:30 a. m. fo both nine and eighteen hole gol matches. Luncheon at one, fol lowed by bridge (both contract ani auction) and golf in the afternoon There will be lots of prizes for both golf and bridge. Ladies all turn out Wednesday August 19th. ALGONA AUTHOR LEAVING THUR. FOR HOLLYWOOD Richard Sherman, Broth er Edward to Drive To California Richard Sherman, son of Mr. am Mrs. Thos. Sherman, will leave on Thursday morning, with his brother, Edward, for Hollywood, California, after spending the summer in Algona. During the time of his visit Richard has been spending quite a number of hours in the Sherman basement, a pastime which has evinced a great deal of unsatisfied curiosity on the part of columnists everywhere as to what he is doing. In fact, Tom himself, says he can't say, except that he thinks Richard has been writing either a story or a play. Monday evening the author of To Mary—With Love" drove to Blue Earth where unknown to the mangement or the crowd, he witnessed the showing of his now famous adaptation of his recent Saturday Evening Post story on the screen, and watched the reaction of a typical audience. Superfluous laudatory remarks are unnecessary; let it suffice to say that with Richard goes the heartiest of wishes for continued success in his chosen field. Each forward step and each succeeding bit of acclaim, is a compliment to his parents and to his native county. Checking To Begin The county committee will attend the district meeting at Clarion, Thursday, Aug. 20, to receive instructions for checking performance of ths 1936 program. The county meeting will then be held the week of Aug. 24. LAST CALL — on — Better Silk DRESSES We have just exactly 16 higher priced dresses, ranging in price from $16.95 to J22.50, representing the season's most advanced style-developments, sizes from 14 to 20 which we are closing out at one small price. These dresses are not old, shop-worn garments but are up to the minute models, some plain, some prints, exclusive, one-of-a-kind garments such an you will be proud to wear. Last call, final reduction, select one this week but we warn you, quantities are limited and values are extraordinary. $8.95 FINAL SLAUGHTER AT THE ANNEX This is the final "wind-up" at the ANNEX—the close of the most successful beacon we have ever had since this idc.i was born gome six years ago. Here is the short—but most interesting «tory. Items are listed subject to prior sale but this gives you un idea of the bargains. Don't wait—don't delay hurry right down to the ANNEX and snap up these items before Uwy are gone. Just eight (8) Summer Silk Dret*e« left, three 14, two 16. two 18 and one 44—while they last your choice at |Utg . Two white linen Milt*, one 18 and one 20; also one brown linen, size 20, your choice for SUM. About eight (8) long pastel colored party dreex*, nUea H to SO, your choice for only $1.75. Four <l) •trine cotton luxit dreMte% cream, rose and peacock, one 14, two 19 and one 16, $6.96 values for only $2.9tt. Four pastel cotton corduroy •Urtm ju*t the thing to wear around the house, Hie. White Purue* IDc or we give 'em away. Big lot of White £ar- riftg* ""d Bracelet*, choice for u. dim*. Ail better »umuer dram on from the Main store are at the ANNEX now for only $448. (Maybe even a little less if you buy two (2) or more.) About six (6) pastel colored lace and novelty auiiuuer couX», all sizes, you'll need one of these coats when its gets cooler priced only $Utt, KM and *3J«. Small loU al your own price. Leona i» mad and wants to get rid of this merchandise so take advantage of her state of mind—THIS IS THE LAST WEEK. SERIES WENT TO 3RD GAME AFTER EACH TEAM WON Mpls. Won First and the Final; Bancroft Took Second Tilt After breaking even in the firs two games of the regional basebal battle between Minnesota cham pions. North Minneapolis, the Ban croft junior Legion team bowed in the final game, 9 to 3. It was a tough game to lose, las 1 Saturday afternoon, as some 800 to 1,000 people sat in the stands at Bancroft, and lined the field in cars, and cheered on their favorites Bancroft scored first and held a lead until the last half of the sixth when Minneapolis scored twice Bancroft tied it up in the first hall of the seventh, but in their half the visitors combined a few hits with some costly Bancroft misplays to score five runs and win the game. Walsh Harts Nicety Walsh hurled nice ball for Bancroft throughout, tossing them in on even terms with Campbell, Minneapolis ace. In the third frame, Jenks singled Ackerson beat out a bunt, and after Larson and Krumm had struck out. Walsh singled over second to score Jenks with the first run. Campbell of the visitors hit a home run into left field in the fourth Inning, tying up the score. In the sixth, Weiske singled, Godfredson singled, and on an overthrow at third, Weiske scored. Minneapolis came back with two runs in the sixth to take a 3 and 2 lead, and in the seventh Bancroft tied up the game, when Walsh scored on Richardson's single. Richardson made a big league catch of a fly ball as he hung over the left field barbed wire fence in :he early frames. The hit had a home run tag on it, but Richardson stopped it. Enter Ohio Tourney The Minneapolis team will now go to' Middletown, Ohio, to com- jete in the sectional tournament. Bancroft's boys went further in he junior league competition than has any other club from this section since the Legion began sponsoring the affair. The boys have lung up an enviable record. Games were broadcast over a loudspeaker all three days by O. S. Relley, secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce. Minneapolis won the first game, last Thursday, 5 to 0, Bancroft won the second, 10 to 6, and lost the third as outlined above. First Game Minneapolis Ab H O A Hamlln. if 5 200 Mjos. Ib 5 1 13 0 Hanson, rf 5 100 Kn'ach, cf 5 110 Lind. 3b 4 108 ampbell, p 4 104 Jem'ne, ss 4 Oil Connoy, 2b 4 001 Co'well, c • 4 2 12 0 Totals Bancroft Crumm. ss iValsh, Ib, p liehardson, If Weiske, 2b j'aon, )j, Ib launders, cf Carson, rf enks, c Cohnke, 3b Ackerson, rf rlenke, rf ..40 9 27 12 Ab H O A 4 133 153 020 112 145 020 2 0 4 2 1 2 0 080 000 000 .1000 Totals 33 4 27 13 Score by innings: rlinneapolis 100 102 001—5 Bancroft 000 000 000—0 Summary —Erroa, Richardson, rumm 2, Connoy, Larson, Mjos; eft on bases, Minneapolis 8, Ban- roft 8; hits, off Godfredson, 6 in innings; Walsh, 2 in 3; struck out •>y Godfredson 5, Wash 3, Cump- sell 12. Second Game Jancroft trumin, ss ,Valsh. Ib tichardson, If Weiske. 3b Godfredson, p Kaundt-rs, cf Carson, rf Jenks, c Kohnke, 3b Acki-rson, 3b Totals Minneapolis rjarnlin. If Hajoh, Ib lanson, p rvnob-h, cf Lind, 3b 'umpbt-U, rf D'hane, ss [teak, 2b Cogswell, c . Ab H O A 5315 5 2 10 0 5000 4 232 4213 5132 000 8 0 0 0 5 3 1 2 1 2 0 1 0 40 12 27 12 Ab H O A 5220 3 0 & 0 5110 3320 4113 210 144 021 3063 35 10 27 11 Totals Score by innings: Bancroft 032 003 002—10 Minneapolis 401 100 000— 6 Summary — Errors, Saunders, Kuhnke, Krumm, Jenks 2, Hanson 2. Lind, Dechane, Cogswell; struck out, by Gcvdlredson 8, Hanson 6. Fioul Game Bancroft Krumm, t>s Walsh, Ib ....... Richardson, If . .. . Weinke. 2b ........... Godfredson, Ib, If Saunoern, cf Jenks, c Ackerson, 3b ......... Lerson, rf ............ Menke, rf Murray, rf Totals Minneapolis Haxnlin, If Ab H O A 051 241 220 231 260 040 4121 4111 3000 0000 1000 Golf Lesson Costs Mexican Visitors A golf match cost two Mexicans between S6 and $8 here, last Thftrs- day, when they came through and challenged Irv Nelson, pro at' the Country Club, and anyone else he might pick, to an 18-hole match tor stakes. Nelson chose John Haggard, and the boys gave the visitors a lesson. The Mexicans were from California, one of them being a pro out there, and a deadly and con' sistent "one putter" on the green. John Haggard also turned in a 33 to tie with Don Smith for the course record which Smith recently established. Brookside Ladies Brookside Country Club ladles will hold another tournament next Friday. Mrs. Van Dorston had the low score last Friday, with Mrs. Harry McCorkle, second low. ROY SANK EY OF IRVINGTON HURT AT ARMSTRONG Stone from Crusher Fell on Him While With Gravel Crew Irvington: Roy Sankey was injured while at work on the gravel crew near Armstrong recently. A large stone fell from the rock crusher, hitting him on the head. At this writing he is better and will go to work again soon. Rose Marie Ringsdorf of Burt is visiting this week with her cousin, Camilla Frank). Mr. and Mrs. L. Colwell are enjoying a ten day fishing trip in northern Minnesota. John Gaffney attended the Iowa- Minnesota Junior American Legion baseball games at Bancroft on Thursday and Friday. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley accompanied their daughter, Hazel and children to their home in Aurelia, and will remain there for a 'ew days. C. B. Rawson and family have moved to What Cheer. Mr. Rawson is depot agent there now. He was formerly agent here and later at Algona. Barbara and Patricia Wheeling of Omaha visited recently at the Mawdsley home. They are granddaughters of Chester Dutton who waa a former Irvington merchant. Margaret Lease from Rock Rap- Ids recently visited at the Fred Geigle home. On Sunday of this week, Florence Hnwley and Bob 'lark of Laurens were guests there also. Mr. and Mrs. George Schumacher are back in Irvington after hav- ng been employed on a gravel crew lear Armstrong. George has a landy house, which he moves right with him when working at various places. Mrs. Geo. Hackman, Jr, l»ft by rain for Franklin, Tenn., to visit with her parents. George will join ler there about Sept. 1 nnd they will then return to their home in Knoxvllle, Tenn., where Georgj is a eaoher in high school. COUNTRY CLUB LIST PAIRINGS OF TITLE PLAY Don Smith Takes Medal ist Honors Even Par Shooting A Dutch lunch, Thursday night at the Algona Country Club, will open the annual championship tournament of the club, and players in the Sights will be auctioned off to highest bidders. Qualifying rounds were completed last week, and the pairings and* qualifying scores for the 18 holes were as follows: Championship Flight Don Smith (72) vs. Fred Timm (89). P. J. Christensen (85) vs. Joe Lowe (82). John Haggard (83) vs. Rolnnd White (86). Eugene Murtagh (84) vs. Roy McMahon (77). Bunting (77) vs. Dick Heneley (84). Albert Ogren (87) vs. Bob Harrington (83). George Heneley (85) vs. Mart Weaver (86). A. H. Hanson (84) vs. Rex Nelson (80). Second Flight Gordon Dewel (87) vs. Chel Williams (92). E. C. McMahon (94) vs. Dr. Nugent (90). Russ Waller (91) vs. Fisher (96). M. C. McMahon (93) vs. Perry White (90). Mel Falkenhainer (90) vs. Rev. Vance (93). Blanchard (96) vs. Chrischilles (92). Hargreaves (91) vs. Cliff Aalfs (99). Bob Vincent (93) vs. R. S. Blossom (89). Third Flight Leo KInseth (96) vs. Wen French (104). Dutch Lorenz (109) vs. Bill Hawcott (99). Wade Sullivan (100) vs. Chas. Lehman (110). Ben Sorensen (105) vs. C. Smith (97). Bob Williams (98) vs. Dr. Shierk (107). Harry Holmes (110) vs. Dick Norton (103). Duane Dewel (99) vs. Gail Pettlt (109). Bob Heneley (106) vs. Carl Morck (96). Prlebe drew a bye. Dechane, ss 5231 rfjos. Ib 3070 Reake, 2b 4 Oil Totals 38 10 27 7 Score by innings: Jancroft 001 001 100—3 Minneapolis 000 102 51x—9 Summary — Essors, Larson, Krumm, Saunders 2, Weiske, Ackerson 3, Knoblauch. Dechane, rfjos; left on bases, Bancroft 7, Minneapolis 12; bases on balls, off Walsh 3, Richardson 4; two base its, Godfredaon, Lind, Campbell; stolen bases, Lind, Dechane, Mjos, Godfredaon, Saunders; struck out, by Campbell 12, Walsh 2, Richardson 1. CLASSIFIED ADS For Sale FOR SALE—States Cafe chicken barbecue and equipment, used a{ county fair past 11 years.—F. D, Mathes. 33* FOR SALE—Purebred Aberdeen Angus bulls.—John Gerber, 5 miles southwest Algona. 33* FOR SALE—Privately, 000 Ib. 5 year old pony, gentle safe, and sound; 2-bottom tractor plow; horse drawn gang plow; DeLaval No. 16 cream separator; manure spreader.—H. M. Colwell, Auct 33* FOR SALE—1929 Hudson sedan. Good paint and upholstery. Very good motor. $90 cash.—T. Jensen. S15 N. Phillips St 33* 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 BALE—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 (600 sheets).—Algona Upper Des Moines. Hanson, rf Xnob'h, cf Lind, 3b Campbell, p 36 10 27 5 Ab H O A 3 000 4 2 14 0 5021 5100 4202 5302 HAS NO PITY! HOT - EASY TO FIRE - LASTING REASONABLY PRICED PHONE US F. S. Norton & Son FOR SALB-Cholce registered Hereford yearling Suite, 1 mile east Swea City at G*o. Magnusons. 33* FOR SALfi—Used typewriters: Remington, good shape, $25. See us for portable or standard sized used machines.—Algona Upper Des MolrtM. Miscellaneous WANTED—Man for steady work. Car required. Oet particulars from S. F. Baker A Co., Keokuk, Iowa. 38-84* Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size $82.60. Terms.—Bjus- trom'a, Algona, Iowa, 8-tf Lost-Found FOUND—Four head Whlteface Hereford steers, nine days ago. Owner can have same by paying cost of keep and ad.—Kenneth Curran, LuVeme. 33-35* Notice IN THE .DISTRICT* COURT OF THE STATE OP IOWA IN AND Pott , KOSSUTH COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE FARMERS SAVINGS BANK, SWEA CITY. NyWA. TO THE DEPOSITORS, CREDITORS. STOCKHOLDERS AND ALL PERSONS INTERESTED: You and each of you «re hereby notified that there Is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the District Covirt of Kossuth County, the Final Report of D. W. Bates, Receiver of the Farmers Savings Bank, Swea City. Iowa, showing all receipts and disbursements and final disposition made of the remaining assets. You are further notified that the Receiver herein asks in said Report that he be authorised to pay the final dividend, deposit with the Clerk of the Court all funds of the Receivership which cannot be delivered to any person whose whereabouts are unknown and the dissolution of the corporation. You are further notified that the hearing: on said Report has been flx- erl by the Court to be held at the Court Honse In Algona, Iowa, on the 24th day of August, 1936, at 10 o'clock A. M.. and that unless you appear thereto on or before said date and show cause. If there be any. why said report should not be approved and said Receiver and Ex- amlner In Charge released from all liability and. discharged, that an Order will be made and entered as prayed by the applicant. (Signed) D. W. BATES, Receiver, Farmers Savings Sank, S3 Swea City, Iowa. If you plan to attend A High- Grade Commercial School, the Marikato Comerclal College catalog will aid you in your selection. It will be sent on request 33-34* Save On Fresh Fruits and Vegetables At A. ft P. Utah Bushel Peaches $2.89 Watermelons - Ib. 2&c Bto SM do*. Oranges 25c Iowa Cobblers pe«k Potatoes 47c UPTON'S TEAS Orange Pekoe OftKfiN TEA 1*K*'29C IOWA STATE BRAND BUTTER Ib. 37c Look at These Values! Ann Page T. S. Vet or plain BEANS SI?"- lie 1 Ib. pkg. 23c Uneeda Bakers RITZ Shredded 2—12 o*. pkgs. WHEAT 23c Daily Brand Dog FOOD 16 om. can 5c Cleaslng Tissue pkg. of 200 ahto FASTID1A lOc 2—S o*. pkga. RINSO 17c 2—12 ox. pkg*. 89c Lax Toilet 4 calm SOAP 25c P. A O. 10 reg. ten SOAP 29c 7 Ig. ban 2Sc 240* pkg. OXYDOL 21c 68 os. pkg. Me A&P Food Stores SAVE NOW ON FINE FURNITURE . • This once-a-year event is our best opportunity to make home furnishing money go twice as far! 2 Piece Living Room Suites Utterly modern In line, and fine In construction la this club type living room suit*. Your choice of tapestry, mohair, frleiette upholstery. $59*oo to $98.00 4 Piece Bedroom Suite The fiaert IB motor* fvrattwre design and wortmaaahtp i$ realised IB stvoaing bedroom nites. Bed, ehalr, chest aad TanUy. $69.00 $7».OQ $89.00 Springs and mattresses—Specially Priced up to 900fember 1st Furniture Co. Algona - Iowa ;

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