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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 15,1936 Wrestling S B 16 ROUNDS OF BATTLING, TWO MAT CONTESTS Jflany Kossuth Boys To . Compete; Frank Bauers Billed An open-air boxing and wrestling show, with 16 rounds of boxing and two well-matched and exciting wrestling bouts, will be held in Algona Thursday evening at the Algona baseball park, the management of the Algona Grays announces. Proceeds from the athletic show will go into the treasury for the 1637 season of the club. In case of bad weather, the show scheduled for Thursday will be held Friday evening of this week. Kmrath County Talent Kossuth county boxing and wrestling talent will predominate at the show. On the boxing card are the following bouts: Johnny Cosgrove, Tltonka, at 145 Ibs. vs. Laurey Curtis, Elmore Minn., at 145 Ibs. Eight rounds. Don McDermott, Algona, at 16C Ibs., vs. Bob Jackson, Mil ford CCC camp at 165 pounds. Four rounds Don Harris, Armstrong, at 15 Ibs. vs. King Legingsty, Ledyard, a 158 Ibs. Four rounds. Frank Banero Matched The wrestling card will be as fol lows: Frank jBauers, 165 Ibs., Swea City vs. The Flying Dutchman, 170 Ibs of Des Moines, Iowa. Henry Kollin, 162 Ibs. of Sheldon Iowa, vs. The Red Devil, 165 Ibs. of Fort Dodge. The Red Devil will be masked. One of the wrestling matches will be a 45-minute affair, and the other will be a finish match. Plenty Good Seats Special arrangements will be made so that good seats will be available for all spectators. The boxers and wrestlers will perform on a specially constructed ring, erected before the grandstand, at about home plate. Wally Richmond of Armstrong, Iowa, will act as the referee, and William Becker of Algona will do the announcing. — Admission will be 40 cents, and an advance ticket sale la now under way. In the above picture. Lou Brown. Champaign, 111., has just cleared a corner, but Larry Beckett almost crashed into the fence as he attempted to cut inside of Brown on the turn. Brown won the race of five laps, and Beckett was second in this event. In the picture, inset, is Beckett, who came through In the final sweepstakes event to take.first place, nosing out Brown Harness Races At Fair Break Track Records BIGGER AND BETTER pppEoun WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9 2:14 Trot, $200 Purer Bob Dodge br. R., (Paul Mnttsenl first, Paris Lady, r.h. m. (Art Berry) second; Josie Worthy, b. m. <W. Caudell brothers) third: Red Bird. b. g., by Betterton (Berry Coleman) fourth; Dr. James( Bon Leota) Claude Direct, fifth to eighth respectively; Cal Harvester.. Calumet Dallas, Aquilla Bingen also ran. Time 2:12U, 2:14',i and 2:ll'-j. 2:17 Paco, First Division, $125 Purse Howard Warren, b. g. (J. P. Cassidy) first: Vivian O'Brient, g. m., (Leo Baker) second; Little Col oncl, br. g., (P. H. Kirby) third; Beulah Patch, b. m. (Ed Duffy) fourth; Tom Tatsy, b. g., (M. Mc- Cafee) fifth; Evelyn Asoff, b. m., (Jerry Coleman) sixth; Lulu Williams also ran. Time, 2:09 : !i, 2:11'-, and 2:1214. 2:20 Trot, Pursp $200 Streamline, b. m., Bert Frink' first; Marry Morbes, b. m., (Leo Baker) second; True McKinney, b. g., by Trua (W. R. Steele) third; Marlene, b. m., by Hollyrood (R D. Wall) fourth: Fred White, b. g., by Cristen, (D. W. McLaughlin) fifth. Robert Mazel, Volo, St Luu and Miss Depression also ran. Times, 2:11-74, 2:12\. 2:13. 2:17 Pace, Second Division, Purse $125 Claudia Man, br. m., Iowa Man, (Art Berry) first; Don William, b. Peter William, (George Hayward) second; Jlmraie Mokin, b. g., Mokin the Great, (F. E. Wal- Algona Opens Grid Year Friday, Against Livermore Nine Veterans Form The Backbone of 1936 Lineup SEASON'S OPENER HERE UNDER LITES NASA DELICIOUS FLAVOR dron) third; Uncle Dick, g. g., by harvest (W. B. Oldham) fourth. Holly Benboe and Bib Black Bay also ran. Times, 2:10, 2:1014 and 2:13. THURSDAY, SEPT. 10 The second afternoon of harness racing at the Kossuth county fair aw the track record broken in the econd heat of the 2:12 pace, time being 2:06*4. 2:13 Pace, Purse $200 and Added .Money Zenith b g (p. Edensmore) 117 Billie Mokin, b. g. (Mokin the Great) 3 4 i Hunter, g. b., (Single G> 2 3 2 Miss Hof, b. m., (P. Hofft 723 Times, 2:08, 2:00'-!, 2:10. 2:18 Trot, 1'urne $200 unit Added Money O. J. Ditto, h. g. I Aron Guyi3 l 2 Uob Dodge; br i; (J Dodge:) 221 Liirindia Ca.soo, b. m. . El- ca.'-roi .104 Contact, b. K. (Httorfiist) 443 Times, 2:ll*i. 2:12V 2:12'.-. ~:'ll Pace, Purse $200 und Added .Money P.-itsy Hri wer. b. ti-, H't-ter Uri-wer) 2 1 1 The Iowa 1 2 3 in. 'Kind Nine Mtermen will form the nucleus of the 1936 Algona high school football squaa, which will Clarence Phillips Too Much For 2 Carnival Boxers Well, Clarence Phillips, Algona and Spencer boxer, can now look forward to next year's fair. Phillips gav* a boxer in the carnival athletic show a compound fracture of the jaw last year. This year the show issued another challenge to Phillips to meet -some new contenders. And, Clarence met the challenge. Last Wednesday night he entered tackle its first opponent. Liver- | the arena, and within a few sec- more, on the Algonn field, Friday night. Sept 18. Lcttermen back are Tom Bruns, Kenneth Lynk, Junior Long and Elmer Nordstrum, all backs, and Harold Bamvart, LeRoy Mathisori. Hnrlan Frank!. Andrew Moniux and Donald Willason, linemen. .Nordstrum in Doabt Elmer Nordstrum, a freshman last year, who seemed on his way to stardom, following in the footsteps of his brother. Art, is debating whether or not to go to California on a sightseeing trip. EJ- mcr is badly needed in the backfield, where his steady work last year stamped him as a great star. It is to be hoped that he will sticK out his school career, where he has an excellent chance to make a great name for himself. Other men with experience, who will form the rest of the starting lineup and be the bulwark of thq reserves or perhaps fight their way into first-string positions, are Bus- Hell PJckett, Robert Mackey, Stewart Thompson, George Nle- raan, Harry Hnll, Red Halphi, Bob Frnser, Lyle Anderson, Schcfey, LeRoy Lee and Roger Michel. Hopes t* Break Kven Coach Paul Berger, and his assistant on the gridiron, Lsiwrenoe Findlay. hope to at least break I ( in their games this fall. Their first same is against Livermore. the team that shocked the locals last ye»r by their fine play. The game Friday will be under the lights. Schedule: .Sept. IK. Ljvermorc, heri, night. •Sept. 25, Emmetbburg, there, night. OL-I. 2. Gilrnnre City, here, night. Or-t. !i. Mansion, there, afternoon. Ort. 16, open. OI.-L r.'J, Hampton. here, night. Oct. ;;o. Clarion, there, night. Nov. r,. Kajjlc fJrovc, hfrt. night. II, Huniboldt. here, night. above M hfdiilc gn t -.s local five Koorl home funnel to wit•-•--'. The football team at St -i-i-liM's Acailciny hah tu (m aban- 'ii'-'l. in place of IjiisktUi.-UI ir-, •ion, ami baseball which will be m\v f-Jin/rt. onds bad a fighter, about age 40, on his back, and all through for the evening, while th* crowd roared approval. Then the manarement put In another scrapper, n younger gent, who put up a Tittle exhibition for a time, but this fellow also finally went down and stayed there. The score, thus far, Is two to nothing for Phillips. Next year, if the carnival comes back, and Phillips is .still hereabout*, he'll try to make It three and zero. Muddy Track At Auto Races Ban To Speedy Time Second Field Day Plans For Sunday Are Complete A muddy track delayed the auto races at the Kossuth Pair, Friday afternoon, but after various trucks and cars had rushed around the oval for several hours, and a belated sun came out, the visiting drivers put on four races. Because of the condition of the track, several of the races were four car affairs, and two of the most valuable machines were not entered. > First Class—Five taps 1—Larry Becket, Dayton, Ohio; 2—Lou Brown, Champaign, 111.; 3— Frank Sands, Minneapolis; 4—Archie Powell, St. Louis, Mo. Time —3:16. Second C1a»»—Five Laps 1—Art Challender, Davenport, Iowa: 2—Eddie Wagner, Grand Forks, N. D.; 3—Bob Green, Orlando, Fla.; 4 —Shano Fitzgerald, Tampa, Fla. Australian Pursuit Race 1—Graves: 2—Beckett. Sweepstakes, Five Laps I—Beckett; 2—Brown; 3—Challender. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROCEEDINGS The fan.- Fire at Ottosen Tin- (Kloseii fire department wns | i -illi i! in i hi: Inline of Mr. ami Mrs. Magnu.', I,arson, a few day.s ujjo. about :; a. in., when lire was dia- in (he Karaite. The garage car were Imrin-d. Home From Hospital Wcat iit-nd: John \Jity. whji wa.s i.ik..-n to Hie hospital at Fort Uodge !• I'iilay, for an operation. was li/ouyhl hi,/n«- Monday morning. He hail an aij; n.-> on fus tar, but is f<-iling mil' ii better. Peerless Chemcicol BOTSFORD'S PEERLESS COAL in di-fidc'tlly ililiYnnt— t'OUVruiuilUy siiiti it burn-, like big chuuks uiui burn-, to ii iille tt»h without l»uk- ,IIK. We it'coiiuiiriitl it uuhehitiiUui(ly. < uiurs tu you IHEAlAtOi. 1'KO- Prevent Those Early Morning Shivers Chemacol Processed Coal . . . responds instantly to draft control. Quick heat when wanted and slow steady fire as de sired. CHEMACOL, the little helper, makes this possible. Look for the identification tags in every load. Botsford Lumber Co. iii! OTTOSEN NEWS Mr. ci^rt'in.. I'u ' Ull.-l \VH-il ,ni] Mr.-:. Kl IM (,'ity .ly is on the lin;; M,,rtinson at the 1'cttr Bmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt \ Hull nuiiu lo.->t week. I Mr. ami Mrs. Tom iJahl of Kli more. vi.Mted at the Kru.k iJahl iicijie .Sunday a week ago. Mr. ,uiii Mrs. W. H. Wehrapan ami .son. Klnii-r. attc-mjed Hit 11113- iiioa festival at favermoj'e. I...-C Holt left Monday for Des Moines \vhere he will attend A. i. U. : , iiool tile i uniiug year. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Movic-k and family vi.-ili.-d at l);t JK-riiia/i A/i- .K-reKK lioinc at We.it Ijcnd a week a^o .Sunday. Mr.-i. (J H Nelson who has been iitnyiiiK ill the Kd Kdwiirds liurnu, lell for tier home ul Otlowa, 111- IHOi:,, m-eiilly. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hawthorne and children of Cozurd. Ntbrunka. vi:-ate.l at the C.'lal em.'u Purely home leieti'. ly. Mr. aij.j Mrs. Higard Kisa apcnl .Saturday arid .Sunday of liit.1 wetk M.-iliiii; relatives and IrienUs at I'lariuii and Kaglc tjrovt. i Mi-v, ('iara Toraen who is ern- j ployed in Minneapolis, eauie home I lor a .i:..it with her parents, Mr. I and Mis. Harvey Thuruen. i iSiii.d.iy dinner yuest^, at the Loren Daniel.) home reeeiilly were: Mr. und Mia. Bernard Jacobs and daughter. J-'iiti'ina Ann, of West Hend; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt und family and Misa iJorothy Van Bus- kuk. (Continued from Preceding cjra«l. I'm). NO. :, r. T. 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'.o 1 '» . uu ti . fcO t; i :, :i7 .("1:1 r i 1 ii 7 . o»; -» _ j _• ~* (Ml 11 J . 'I U . '.'t 1 lift "7 '}" t;o. -ju Expect Over 5,000 At Site Four Miles East of Bancroft TO DEMONSTRATE POLICE TOMMY GUN A Field Day that is attracting statewide attention among sportsmen and conservationists will be held four and one-half miles east of Bancroft, next Sunday, under the auspices of the Kossuth County Conservation League, next Sunday, Sept. 20. A full, all-day program of events has been arranged. Several hundred members of the county organization are donating their time and energy in behalf of the affair. Last year an estimated attendance of 5,000 enjoyed the program, and this year an even better arrangement of attractions should break last year's record. Much Competition The casting tournament will begin at 10:30 a. m., with classes for men and women, boys and girls. Frank J. Marnette, Spirit Lake, will act as judge of events. The committee in charge includes D. H. Goeders, G. H. Ogg and H. E. Lampright. all Algona. The rifle shoot will begin promptly at 10 a. m.. with H. E. Stephenson, L. A. Winkel, Algona, and Lyle Miller, LuVerne, in charge. Wilbur Fox of Bancroft will act as registrar and H. H. Murray and E. R. Worley, Lakota, will act as scorekeepers. Dog show and trials will be held at noon, and will Include a parade, bench show and water trials. Horse shoe pitching contests will be held starting at 10 a. m. on S-rv. IU->UlV. Kit: Tin tur lie autanll/.i il fur all lillii allo\ (Illlo of Claims' On motion liu; Die. i. ( Viunt V 'Atlill- *Mie v.arianlw MS l)tr "SHitr- tllls IH'J' UIIK ml a<l>i\mii-i| K. J . llutli'i-. ity Au<IK<. five courts, with singles and doubles for women, men and juniors. Two men teams from each community will pitch for Kossuth county championship. Pistol shootjng will begin at 10 a. m. ; Trap shooting will begin at 10 a. m. with five automatic traps In use. L. L. Ludwig, St. Benedict, is chairman of the affair. Many Special Events In addition to the regular program of events to which all are Invited to compete, there will also be a number of special events that everyone will be interested in, and all are free, of course, as is the entire program, with the exception of purchase of ammunition by those competing In rifle and pistol events. 11 a. m. Rifle shooting exhibition by Ken Beagle, Omaha, of the Peters Cartridge Co. Trick shots and other events. 11 a. m. Expert bait rod and fly casting demonstration, by folks of statewide reputation, both men and women. 1 p. m. Grand parade of dogs. All dogs entered in the bench show and trials will appear In a grand parade. 2 p. m. Special police pistol match between teams from the police forces of Fort Dodge and Mason City. Kautzky Family 2:30 p. m. A Tommy-Gun demonstration by a picked squad of Fort Dodge police, who will demonstrate the use of the gun in their police work. 3 p. m. Kautzky family shooting demonstration. The Kautzky family is famed In shotgun circles of the nation as the greatest family of shooters. 3:30 p. m. Special demonstration by Marie Kautzky Grant, foremost woman shotgun shooter of America, who comes from Fort Dodge. • 4:30 p. m. Crack pistol shooting demonstration by Ken Beagle, Omaha, Nebraska. Kresensky An Editor Raymond Kresensky, Algona, Is one of the editors of a new literary magazine, Hinterland, which was to appear today, August 15. The magazine is published In Des Moines, under the sponsorship of the Midwest Literary League. •Auditor 1 * Ortli'r Kept. 7. liiiiil l}onr«l of StijiervlMtirH met in r*K"l' ar HUHHlon u'ltli tin- following inum- IM.TH invHt-nt: Hic-lKi-mari. liuum. AlorrjM. CVMijn tive. and Mc'UomiUI. Al>•"••nt: None. Hoard |,ro. ci ileil lo n-.-ul tin- inlmi- {<•» <i{ tin' la^t ivKuliir HC-SSIOII and all mljourm'd M-K^IOIIM. Motion liy .Mont.* arid ?ml tiy H.imn that th») minutes of tho last r<-Ku)ar MI-M-.IUII and all aitjournfd M'ssions I.*' appi'in i-il as r*-;nl: A>'f«. AH. Motion tiy JfalK'Tiian aiul Jfid liy Hftiiin that lirty ton of Iowa I. mill. dial I,,- |IIIII-|I;I«<M| rrntu i he II.-' k Coal Co.. Fort DoilK". Inwii, at i:,.ln |.<-r ton. Ay<-«. All. Motion hy Mor i in and '.'nil l,y Cos- Klmi- th.tt It.-Hiui U; a)<i>oint«-d as i iiitimlt !• i- to tn.ikf rep.ilr.-4 on Ul . I II .in.l K-li I . Ays: All. Motion iiy li.niiii and >n<l l.y Co-. KHili, that M. -I h. II. ilil I," .-ilii-iilllU-d ns i-iiiiiniit t« <• to make rep.iir.s on ttr. i;;i . .»><-,.- All. On motion i ..... id iiiUminx-il until Tliui-il.cy 0,'tol.i-r 1. ncii; at nlllL- • >YI,,,-k A. M. K. /. (fuller. ('ounty Now's the Time To Have Your Last Tear's Garments Cleaned There are undoubtedly many thing* you packed sway taut year that will be •tyie-rlftht UiU falL If you want them to look their beat they nhould be. dry cleaned. Bring them In now before the runh begin* and be sure of Retting prompt, natlnfoctory tervlce. All work '^ KuarantceU, Dresses, Cloth Coats, Fur Piece* and Collars Cleaned and Minor Repairs Carefully Made MODERN DRY CLEANERS •• I DIAMOND i PRODUCTS UNDER THE DIAMOND TRIAL BOND Money &oc/{ (jwtfuwtee ETHY HPHE Diamond Trial Bond enable* you to test D-X A and Diamond Products in your own car, under any driving conditions, on a genuine guarantee of your money back if you are not convinced that these prod- ucti give you better performance. All claimg for D-X and D.X Ethyl-the exclusively different lubricating motor fuels, and for Diamond 760-the pioneer heat- resisting motor oil, are backed by this money-back guarantee. Make a test of D-X and Diamond Products today ... at any D-X or Diamond station. 'Ahead of the Parade " S1MK &&&a&a<&&t^^ I L f tw Johnson s DX Service Station Comer State and Moore *** a ^^

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