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The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 29> IggS Algona High Drops E'burg Tilt 6-0: Gilmore City, Fri. Armstrong Wins From Ringsted Armstrong: The Armstrong high school baseball team was defeated by Ringsted, 6 to 4, last Friday, after the score had been tied at the end of the seventh, 4 all. In the extra inning of play, Ringsted counted and won. The Armstrong boys will play Swea City at Armstrong, next Friday. Lone Rock Wins 3 Diamond Tilts Lone Rock: The local team won three baseball games last week. Lone Rock defeated Seneca, 8 to 4, defeated Bancroft 12 to 2, and on Friday played at Whlttemore and won, 6 to 2. The first two games were played at Lone Rock. West Bend News Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos left Ifriday for Des Moines on business. Hershel Perkins and A. C. Allen drove to Brltt after potatoes, Frl- »Jay. Lyman Rlley brought two truck loads of potatoes from Crystal Lake the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ferden are GAME STATISTICS Algona Em'burjt (0) Klckoff 1 Klckoff, ave. 50 Kickoff retn. ave. IS Flmt downs * Punts 5 Punts, ave. 85 Punts, ret ave 25 Pauses attempted .. 9 Passes completed.. S Yardage on passes 18 Passes Inter 1 Yardage gained .80 Yards penalized SO Touchdown—-Martin to Warner—pass. Officials; umpire, Roy Martin; referee, Fnnt Watt; head lineman, R. Garland. (6) 2 49 27 6 4 27 8 5 4 25 0 102 85 the proud parents of a son born Wednesday morning. Miss Eva Lowman of Rodman, came Saturday to spend the week c-nd with Miss Grace Sloan. Miss Marie Metzger returned on Monday from Kansas City, where she spent the past two months. Mr. Austin of Algona spent the past week at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Carl Vohs and family. Miss Ida and Oscar Riley drove to Algona, Sunday afternoon for a visit at the home of the former's cousin, Mrs. David King, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer of Redwood Falls, Minn., came Friday for a few days' visit at the home of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John Day. The Woman's Home and For- Ign missionary society met with Mrs. H. J. Needing, Friday afternoon. Mrs. B. F. McFarland led the devotions and Rev. Needing led in prayer. Mrs. H. Bell had charge of the program as follows: "Chat- longing Facts," Mrs. Bell; "Youth Takes the Lead at Lakeside," Mrs. Carl Vohs; recitation, John Needing; song, "I Would Be a Sunbeam." Dickie Schutter; hymn, "Open My Eyes," Harriet Lockwood. Rev. Needing gave an interesting talk. Lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her daughters, Mary and Louise, and Harriet Lockwood. A free will offering was taken. Jacket Suit with Topcoats $29.75 to $39.75 An essential in any wardrobe—for campus, town, or travel. Perfectly tailored in our colorful group. Chrischilles & Herbst Shopping Thrills You really get them at The ANNEX Chrisctiilles A Herbst You really get a big "wallop" when you shop at the ANNEX tecause here is a separate, dU- Inct little store, dedicated to bargains and lesser priced apparel. There isn't a thing in the ANNEX you can't afford to buy, no matter how meager your purse. There are snappy, chic cotton dresses, just received, made from fast colored prints and novelties, in all sizes from 14 to 50, for only 98c, Included in this lot are also the newest smocks at the small price of Me. Then there are beautiful, IVifHy charming silk dresses in all the season's leading colors and styles, for only |i-88. Think of buying a stylish silk dress, with plenty of "anap" for a five dollar bill. You can do this at the AN NEX and have 2c left. We haven't said much about those famous MKM silk hose lately but they are still the ace silk hosiery value for 69c. You simply can't get a better wear ing, smoother looking hose fo the money ANYWHERE than this stocking for 69c. Alway big values at the little store "just around the corner." Tr it this week. 16-Yard Penalty In Last Quarter Puts Locals in Hole BANWART INJURED IN 4TH QUARTER Old Man Penalty, that gloomy gent, who so often turns the tide of athletic events, cast his spell over the Algona Bulldog footbal team at EmmeUburg, last Friday night, as the locals were on their 20-yard line. With a 15-yard penalty, Algona was on its 5-yard line with four downs to go for Emmetsburg, and Emmetsburg went. The final score was 6 to 0 for Emmetsburg. The penalty was the deciding factor of the contest, which was not overly exciting, as both teams plowed into each other in straight football tactics. Scoreless at Half The first quarter was uneventful, with play raging-up and down the field, neither team getting inside the opponent's 50-yard line. Small gains were made by both sides, but punting was frequent. A few Algona passes were tried in the second half. Emmetsburg intercepted one, but was forced to punt. Bruns passed to Lynk for a nice- little gain, but Algona again lost the ball on downs, this time on the Emmetsburg 38-yard line. Nieman fumbled but Algona recovered. Mnthison was doing some nice work at the tackle post Penalties hit both teams, and then Bruns made a nice gain on the receiving end of a lateral. Another pass, Bruns to Halpin, was completed but Algona failed to make its ground. Emmetsburg made some yardage when referees ruled Algona interfered with a pass receiver, and the half ended with neither side in the scoring column. Fumbles Hurt With the second half, the Bull- doga seemed to develop a habit of fumbling once in awhile, which stopped every potential drive in its tracks. With the end of the third quarter, fans watched Emmetsburg stage a brief rally, which Algona stopped just before the quarter ?nded, neither side having scored thus far in the second half. Bruns failed to gain, Nieman gained a yard, and Algona punted :o Emmetsburg, to open the fourth quarter. Emmetsburg returned 10 yards on the play, and Banwart was injured, Hutchins Inking his place. Emmctsburs made 17 yards to get into a scoring position, and then Algona was penalized almost to the goal line. Beatty smashed the line, and Emmetsburg was penalized, but the Palo Alto team then passed for n touchdown, Mnrtin to Varner. The try for point was umbled. A Final Algona Rally EmmeUburg kicked to Algona, nd Bruns hit the line for a small ,;ain, with Nieman doing the same. Algona was offside and penalized. A shovel pass gained a little ;round, and Algona kicked. Mon- ux downed the receiver in his .racks. Emmetsburg dilly-dallied around a bit, and then booted to .he Algona 35-yard line. Next Friday night the boys play Gilmore City under the lighU in Algona. The team did not click as tffectively as It did against Livermore, In the EmmeUburg game, but the calibre of competition waa higher, and now that the seasoning process has been accomplished, the Bulldogs are ready to set their teeth into the remainder of the schedule. lineup: Pos. LE LT PAULLINAPOLO TEAM WINS, H IN LOCAL GAME Kossuth Gets First Taste of Old Sport Here Sunday Kossuth county received Its first taste of polo last Sunday, when ft fair-sized crowd turned out at the local fair grounds to watch the Fatillina team defeat Marius, 9 to 4. Although one end of the field was n bit rough and the grass a little heavy for best results, the two teams never let up for a minute, ond kept the action moving all the way. Pnullina seemed to have the best of the argument, taking a 2 to C lend in the opening minutes, and after a brief Marcus rally that tlgtJ the csore, the Paulllna boys prtHec nhend and stayed there throughout the contest. Kennedy seemed to be the bulwark of the Marcus quartet while the entire Paullina team showed up exceptionally well. Mix, Christiansen and Vantile for Paulllna were exceptionally good, and Klunder kept pace with his team mates The affair waa sponsored by the local American Legion post Lineups: Paullina Pos. Marcus Klunder 1 Hatfleld Mix 2 Kennedy Christiansen ....3 Halstrom Vantile 4 Gaylor Scoring: Paullina 2-3-1-2-0-1—9 Marcus 2-0-0-1-0-1—4 Oil Men to Meet Here on Thursday Wholesale and retail oil market- era and their employee* of Kossuth county will meet at 7:30 p. m. Thursday evening at the Legion hall, according to information received by local oil men from M. L. Long, D«s Moines, secretary of the Iowa Petroleum Public Relations Committee. The purpose of the meeting, as explained by local oil men, is to organize a County Petroleum Public Relations Committee, which will be composed of all people engaged in (or employed by) the business or distributing and selling petroleum products in this county. The committee will function as a non-political, non-partisan atui non-prot (there are no dues, fees or assessments incident to membership) trade organization and represents the entire Industry- independent, minor and major companies and their employees. CORRECTION Otto Neiiman of Sexton advises us of a correction In the death notice of his brother, Herman Neuman of" Pierpolnt, South Dakota Mr. Neuman left four children, in stead of seven. Notice To A. T. Flllenworth: You are hereby notified that on the second day of December, 1936. the following described real estate situated In the Courty of Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wlt: Lots Five (5) and Six (fi) of Block One (1) of Lute A. T. Stacy's Add. to Alffona, Iowa, was sold by the Treasurer of Kossuth County. Town, for taxes due and delinquent, to I* A. Wlnkel, who Is now the owner and holder of a Certificate of Purchase of said lots; that the right of redemption will expire and a deed for said land will be made by the Trpftourer of Kossuth Courty. Iowa, unless redemption therefrom be made within Ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated September Hth. 1936. L. A. WINKEL. Owner and Holder of Certificate .19-41 of Purchase. Notice To R H. Slanrle: }"ou are hereby notified that on the second day of December. 1935, the following described real estate situated In the County of Kossuth and State of Iowa, to-wlt: Lots Twelve (12) and Thirteen (13) of Block Five (5) of Call ar.il Smart's Add. to Algona. Iowa, wan aold by the Treasurer of KoMuth County. Iowa, for taxes due and delinquent, to L. A. Wlnkel. who Is now the owner and holder of a Certificate of Purchase of said lots: that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed (or said land will be made by the Treasurer of Ko«- suth County. Iowa, unless redemption therefrom be made within Ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated September 14th. 1936. L. A, WINKBL. Owner and Holder of Certificate 39-41 of Purchase. FOR RfiNT—Business office. Inquire Algona Upper Des Moines. Heated, modern, center of city. 38-tf* CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT—eieeping room In modern home. Telephone 31t*W. 614 B. North. S 8 FOR RBNT-rAll modern home. Oct. 1. Call at 513 N. Thorington. FOR RENT—180 acres, fully Improved. Located on paved highway 169, 2H south of St Joe, 3tt northwest of Ltvermore. See Mrs. Anna Vought at Belmond, Iowa. . 88-39* Soil Conservation Meeting Aproval Bach farmer In Kwwrath county, who has had his farm measured, will receive & notice of how many acres of soil conserving and soli depleting were found on his farm. The soil conservation program is meeting with large approval. The measuring of farms in the county In nearing completion. FOR RENT—if you have a room, rooms, house or apartments to rent, a want ad in this column win do the business. We Uav« many calls each week for them. 86* Wanted WANTED—Work on farm by young man. Inquire this office. 89* WANTED-A chance to repair any radio not working perfectly. Work guaranteed.—Ed Oenrlch at Bjustrom'a. * 89-M* Save that cream with a Vega «ep- arator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size I82.BO. Terms.—BJus- trom'a, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf R. 0. T. C. Mess All R O. T. C. officers of Koa- suth are invited to attend a IM*S at the CCC camp at Bancroft Oct. 1 at 6:30 p. m. The meeting will consist of an Informal organisation of all R. O. T. C. members. Those planning to attend are ™JU«rt*d to notify Lieut Hardmamat the camp. Read The Want Ads—» For Sale FOR SALE}—Hampshire boars, fall and spring.—Alphons Berte, Bode, Iowa. 39-44* FOR RENT—300 acre farm about 2tt miles from Algona. Inquire at this office and leave name. 39 FOR SALE—Furnace Oil and free heat prover service. Cities Service OH Co., A. E. Grooters, Agent 39-42 FOR SALE-rLatest small piano. In Algona. Sell for balance on terms.—Wholesale Dept, Baldwin Piano Factory, Cincinnati, Ohio. 39* FOR SALE—A Copperclad range and a circulating heater. Phone 812 or call at 409 East North St. 39* FOR SALE—Chester White boars —few left at $15. Cholera immune. —Aaron Taylor, Burt, phone 8—97. 39* FOR SALE—213 acre farm near Algona. Price $35 per acre. 240 acres near Burt, $50 per acre. 333 acres near Humboldt, $50 per acre. Farms are improved and can be sold on good terms.—E. H. Prendergast, Fonda, Iowa. 39* FOR SALE—Registered Shorthorn bulls.—Lloyd Gross, Algona. 2 miles north of Hobarton. 39-42* Lost and Found FOUND—Purse, likely a child's. Identify same, pay for ad.—Algona Upper Des Moines. 39* Hybrid Corn. Are you interested in booking hybrid corn for next spring's delivery? Come in and let us explain how you can be assured of good corn at time of delivery at the lowest price. Algona Produce A GOOD MARKET FOR YOUR PRODUCE Because there are A. & P." stores in your state, hundreds of lowans enjoy good joBs year.in and ***r out. This year A. ft T. *ill pay over $915,000 in wages to Iowa izens. Rich & full bodied Red Circle COFFEE 21b».35c Swansdown OAKK FLOUR 2|lbpk2Sc Rajah Salad Dressing Qt.Jar29c Magic Washer 27 oz pk 21c Apricot, Blackberry, Oterrjr. Peach, Haw apple and Plum f Ann Fay* Preserves 2 -16 oz. iars 35c Anne Page Apricot, cherry, peach * Pln«- Preserves 4 Ib. jar 55c Ann Page Qutnee or Grape Jelly 8oz.jarlOc Ann Page Red Raspberry wr t-»m p*r» Currant Jelly 25c Hie Original Com Flakes. IS w. pkf. Post Toadies He SuMan* * "»J»* Peanut Butter 25c Camay Soap cake 5c Soap Chip* Sib. bo*27c Tun* In "A. * P. Bandwagon" 7 to • p. m. Thar. C.B.X POTATOES, Red McClure, _pk. 43c JONATHAN APPLES ~5 Ibs. 26c BANANAS __-, 3 Ibs. 20c A&P Food Stores IF YOU NEED A typewriter, you'll do well to Inquire at The Upper Des Moines Office. We handle Underwood machines, portable and standard size, and also used machines from time to time, all reconditioned. 36* FOR SALE—Typewriter paper, ,jst received large shipment, good white bond paper, 00 cent a ream (600 sheet*).—Algona Upper Des Moines. For Bent FOR RENT—Furnished room.— Mrs. J. J. Dooley, 600 E. North. 38 Summary Algona Pickett Banwart Monlux Frankl Willasson MathUon Muckey Lynk Hnlpin Nieman Bruns C RT RT RE QB RH LH KB Emm'burg Warner Joynt Gunn Grohe Hand Price W. Beatty Engle . Sewell Crltz R. Beatty LIVESTOCK AUCTIONS Two A Week Every Tuesday and Friday TUESDAYS—50 to 100 good western and native colts and work horses. 300-500 cattle. 200 feeding pigs. FRIDAYS—500-800 cattle including Hereford steers heifers, butcher stuff; springing cows and heifers, breeding bulls and veal calves. 300-500 pigs and hoga. Sheep and hogs sold on both days. IF YOU HAVE LIVESTOCK TO SELL, BRING IT TO OUR SALE If you are a buyer attend our sale*.. We have everything in the livestock line. CLEAR LAKE AUCTION COMPANY dear Lake, Iowa STEPPING STONES to ECONOMY You'll Find at the HUB CLOTHIERS WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY Railroad Style Caps, blue or gray melton. Corduroy hunting caps, special at Men's Jackets, blue melton, 32 oz. cloth, full zipper fastener, special Husking Gloves or Mittens. 2 thumb 12 oz. -weight, standard, size, dozen Men's and Boys,' Work Sox, heavy, finely knit, 4 inch, black, brown, grey or natural (sizes up to 12) TWO TOE 25c For Spectator Sports For Informal Gatherings If you're on the f»nce about whs New Styles New Weaves New Colors 12 The new knit* have that smart knuck of being at home practically anywhere. They have loads of style . . . are firmly knit and won't lose their nhape. They'll take you smartly to business . . . they'll score at bridge . . . and they're trumps for bporls. One and two piece models. Sizes 12 to 20. MIRIAM GROSS SMARTSPOET n ' Chrischilles >)\ Herbst 'tr Wed. andThurs. Large size Wood Stove* $4.75 Perfection Oil Heater* $S.95 6 qt. Enamel French Fryer-Basket $1.00 H q*' Pyrex Casseroles _ _,_ ~ $1.00 Coal Hods 49c Stove Boards . $1.35 110 volt Electric Iron $1.49 Lunch Kits with pt. Thermos Bottle 1.45 Medium size Bread Box $1.00 Remington Rifle Repeaters $12.50 Remington Rifle, sin|[le shot $5.50 Plumb Single Bit Guwr. Axe . . ... -$2.00 Qt. Bottle Furniture Polish _ 25c Pint Thermos Bottle 95c Cast Aluminum Covered Skillets _$2.25 Dutch Ovens, cast iron . $1.65 Number 8 Cast Iron Skillets 65c Kohlhaas & SpiHes Yankee Doodle Husking Gloves or Mittens. No better made, per dozen Dress Hats for Fall in the favored dark shades of navy, oxford, brown and grey Boys' sizes —$1.46 Boys' Navy Blue Wool Jackets, full Talon zipper, heavy wt., slash pockets, sturdy, sizes 6-16 Men's Heavy Blue Denim Jackets, lined with 25% wool lining, 8 sizes, 36 to 50 Boys' Lined Jacket —$1.10 Just Unpacked 100 Cases of Rubber Footwear You'll fl»d tbta store prepared to outfit your family's evwry n*ed in overshoes, dress or work rubbers, rubber boots, warm felt sho*s. »b«ep-UB»d show, Wwmlgons, all at prices far below competition. W* can and will save you money. FOB WEDNESDAY AND TOJBaDAY ONLY W« offer our regular, first quality, taw* Rubber BooU, which h»v« always sold at f&M ALL SIZES AT $1.98 n

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