The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1936 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 13, 1936
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Here A meeting: of about .e teachers of this section of the dio- «*e was held at the Academy on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2 p. m. Rev. C of . , at the general assembly discussed and outlined work for uw Schools during the coming year. AKer the assembly round tables ijNsw conducted in reading for the primary and Intermediate grades «M> question, "Problems in High School English" — - - B the high school teachers. Following this a demonstration In extemporaneous discussion vras conducted by Father Iv»s. High students taking part In the discussion were from: St John's school Bancroft; St Mary's School, Emmetsburg; St Joseph's School, Mallard, and the Academy. After the demonstration the ladies of St. Cecelia's Guild served lunch to the Sisters present from St. Joseph's, St Benedict, Mallard Wesley, Bancroft Emmetsburg, West Bend, Whlttemore, Clare! Humboldt the Academy and the Mrs. E. J. (Katherine) McEvoy Democratic Candidate for Kossuth County CLERK OF COURT May I Continue to Serve You ? Algona Hi Wins 3rd Grid Game,Beat Manson 19-7 Bulldogs Have Week's Tftonka Girls Go Layoff Before Conference Foe Iowa Butter is famous in practically every section of the United States where good butter is appreciated. A. A P. has been a leader In prompting the sale of thte butUr throughout the nation.; Through newspaper advertising, store displays, and general publicity, A. *. P. has created a market for Iowa butter which brought an income to Iowa creameries of over »8,527,000 last year. CALIFORNIA'S DRIED FRUITS PRICED TO SAVK TOU MONET! la. State Brand Butter Ib. 35c C. * H. Cane Sugar 96 Ib. bag $130 Cold Strewn pink Salmon No. 1 can lOc Penick Golden Syrup 8 Ib. can He can 10 Ib. can SSo Crystal White. 6 Ib. can 29c 10 Ib. can Santa Clara, sice 89-90 Prunes —„_ sise Tenderized" Suiuweet Prunes Standard Quality Dried Peaches Standard quality Dried Apricots SeedJea* Raisins ^^^^ 2 Ib. pk(t. 16c Head lettuce size 60 ea. 1 lc 4 Ibs. 25c Ib. box $138 2 Ibs. 19c 2 Ibs. 29c 2 Ibs. 35c 4 Ibplqr. 29c Algona high school's football team administered a 19 to 7 defeat to Manson, In last Friday's football game. It was the third victory in 'our starts for the Red and Black under Coaches Berger and FUid- ey. On the game's statistic side, Al. gona gained 270 yards from scrim| mage as compared with 34 yards for Manson. The locals have an open date this week end, preparing for the tough games to come in the North Central Iowa loop conference. Statistics of the game: Algona Manson First downs 19 " Yds. gain rushing 270 54 Yds. lost runshing 12 Yds. on kickoffs 41 Kickoff returns 40 Punts average 42 Passes attempted 2 Passes completed 1 Passes intercepted 1 Fumbles 0 Fumbles reco>ver*d 3 Touchdowns for Algona In For Kittenball Tltonka: A girls' kittenball team has been organized In high school with the following lineup: battery. pitcher, Lorraine Kuchenreuther. catcher. Rosemary Bacon: first base, Geraldine Bruns: second base, Edna Sleper; third base. Dorothy Peterson, right shortstop. Alice Kuchenreuther: left shortstop. Vera Geishing: left n>H. Ffcjth FV»ul- nght field. Jean French, center field, Ruth Welhoosen. They piny. ed their first game on the home dla- BANCROFT WINS mondwith the y. The score was 1« to 15 In fiir- of the Tltoaka team. r»r» ra innings w«re the tit score. Mte* \\ eaver. hiyb and ic-acherx. are Us* team. St. Cecelia's Knd Y«w With Victory At Fort Dodge Having wtw and feet „ £*M* the last week, ami wtth tto <b Attack on Sut, f* rwwertnfr wttefiwtortly t* wuw-n seen to hi* M. r>rrt*\»tt, Minn. Mr*, ft. T. BttftlwWtP, J M*. mvrt Mrs. Wm. Mr. unrf Mrs< AMen Hovey, Mrs. August X, Pttercon and Mrs. Wm. Nelson with Mesdaww Uta RamhorW, Kate HIU and May Tnfflty of Armstrong, attended tn» pltfhth annual convention of the W. R. C> nt Spencer Saturday. getting a tittle toe rfciltr fw baseball S». O«*»ij team wtmnd op Its week. Playing at Bancroft las* Tue*- r. Atrraa tart by a srore of « to WUsh. hurting fwr the Bancroft . turned in a ttne game on and his mates held htm to 37 40 3S 11 6 0 3 0 ver* , . {will have to A UUtti'-IV" **^ A*f*. *-m*^ »»-»*» •" •»— •— made by Long. Lynk. and Nieman. while Hanson's scoring was accomplished by Osborne and Kkrase. Kossuth Boys In University Football Kossuth county boys are going to own in a big way in athletics in Bowlers To Meet, Organize, Thursday An organisation meeting of the Algona bowling league and bowlers in general is scheduled for Thurs- dar evening in the ofT-c* of BUI : «*> w»tt hoMinjr Algttiui in check w«e* of the Urn*. At Corpus Christ! Academy. Fort Dods*. on Wednesday, the locals s**S»«l a r*Hr in an extra frame to win. 6 and & Watts started on j tfc* mound for the locals, and w«s I relieved by Siepman later in the {contest. In the eighth inning (regular. SJine length ~ innings) Giibride led i off with a *-" — - - - ' hit w»a advanced by Ootanan, and Siepman walked to fill the bases. Reynolds laid down a good bunt, and mi the squeeze play Cecelia's sent a run over the „ - <a ™- *••« m»«aj'V^ v Geering. abort the postofficeu Fran an indications, this is going to be the biggest bowling year ever, and j£ Barry alley, are in,» ««„,».» „, ™«Pl« Moflenhott c oil lots more' interest^ ^^ fc± ^ » -"•'^ 1 point I watts, j. »ziz::;:::::::z:o ? Kelly is holding down center on the 1 varsity team. Creighton defeated Grinnell, 12 to 0, Saturday. Kelly was quarterback with St. Cecelia's academy. At Simpson College, Indianola, Dick Shackelford and Miller, form- CLASSIFIED Coleman, If _ _ , For Sale Dick Shackelford and Miller, iorm- — . . Konfce, 3b 21 er high school players, are play- FOR RENT-^3 unfurnished up- Walsh p i n ing guard and tackle on the Meth- stairs rooms.—Mrs. August Beck- Welp, c .] i 9 n^;^* aiA^.an I er, N. Harlan st_ At I T*.I...__~ i^ _ ing guard and tackle odist eleven. At the University of Iowa, Wayne Mason sprang into prominence as an end on the Hawkeye team and - —/, eveiy whdre, between points on Th» kilwaolcee 11 Road, low fare* an la effect They bring coato 'way down— Ban^S (6) R H E f * nd ^* neW ' I °° mjr ' « B - luTO y Menke. ss . f V o "N^ 1 "* and othar air condi- Mllp ™ "' ' ' -'tioned equipment now operated on many Milwaukee Road trains *, that to tfrt— M* otewnredl M rvhtont * *»wrt tin* Urtw, the faUwr «f * *««> the twins we doing nicely. DenaM Doart«, who WM Injured to an unto accMeat * week ago ...0 0 0 0 ..0 0 , Murry, cf Konke, 3b er, N. Harlan st FOR SALE-A few choice Poland I Foth( lb Cholera immune. Mouse!, rf ZZIIIZZZo 0 0 41 Johnson, If .....'... o „ Devlne, 2b 0 0 0 | ' --------0 bring Comfort 'way UD near Sweet Potatoea 6 Iba. Z5c Jonathan Apples 5 tbs. 25c Worthmore Chocolate Cream Drops Waldorf Tissue 4 rolls 19c Palmolive Soap cake 5c f **»* * 'A. * P. Band Wagon" 7 to a p. m> Thor^ CBS A&P Food Stores ST. JOE NEWS NEED A Llvermore, electricity on I per Des Moines Office. We* handle f.™ P^fM'on. price $3750.00 Underwood machines, portable and I HlT- R T, EdV S rd ^P* 81 " 8 - New standard size, and alao used S^h- | Helse Bldg.. Algona. «* 1 ines from time to time, all recon- fc FOR SALE-7 room modern' AMm ^ I use - Best residential district In .^fe l^ lgo . na - A -. C. Ward or Mrs. Ethel 38* , , m , , Mrs. John Thul and , na.—. . Amanda, weie callers in West Bend Gardner, Algona. Thursday evening. For Bent No road or weather hazards, no worrying oir nervous strain — you ride rested and relaxed while the engineer does the driving. 1 4 5 In Coach** nursoay evening. — _______^_^ George Becker and Susie Frldcrs _ FOR SALE—Overland coupe. | ««.» ^ "ZT'j" "•'•"". ~ c " " lu " re visiting with Mr. Becker's rel- Good condition. Reasonable.—Ros Heatcd . modern, center of city. are visiting with Mr. Becker's rel atives at Watklns, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Berte, Mrs. Chas. Bertr and Agnes were Fort Dodge shoppers Monday. Adolph Fuhrmann purchased a new corn picker from Frank Hoffman of Llvermore Friday. Irene Getahecker spent severe days last week at Cherokee, Iowa, with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bosalis. Helen Stattleman who is employ ed at West Bend, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stattleman. FOR RENT—Business office. In| quire Algona Upper Des Moines. coe Stewart, 109 E. Nebraska, Al gona. 41 FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boar. Year old.—Frank Rleb hoff, phone 26F2, Algona. 41 AH Men Are Born Equal! True, all men start out in life about the same 81 ze and shape ... but that's as far as it goes. After they grow up every man has his individual size requirements. That's just where Hart Schaffner & JVlarx comes in ... a 8u it built to fit every man. Whether you're long or short, shrn or stout . . . there's a Hart Schaffner and Marx here for you. Hart Schaffner & Marx fabrics have been patterned to meet all size men's requirements ... to offer a rugged, substantial suit, long wearing, smart appearing, always. TOPCOATS - SUITS 24.50 to 40.00 Interwoven Manhattan Sox Shirts FOR SALE—Purebred Aberdeen Angus bulls, old enough for *er vice.—John Gerber, s?4 milei southwest of Algona. «< FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire boars.—Donald Gardner Phone 22F21, Algona. . 4 ' FOR SALE—35 Spotted Poland China boars. Good ones.—Anton Vammen, Rlngsted. 41-43-45* FOR SALE-Elght 4-llght sash glass 16x16.—George Spikings, ast house West State St. 4l» FOR SALE— 32-volt radio, table model.—Joe Bloom. 41 FOR SALE-Hampshire boar* all and spring.— Alphons Berte' Bode, Iowa. 3fl-44« FOR SALE—Furnace Oil and ree heat prover service. Cities Service Oil Co., A. E. Grooters Ag- ent - 30-12 FOR SALE—Registered Shorthorn bulls -Lloyd Gross, Algona 2 miles north of Hobarton 39-42* FOR SALE—Typewriter paper ust received large shipment, good ^°' Kl paper ' w cent a ream 0 sheets).—Algona Upper Des Moines. 38-tf« FOR RENT—Two rooms. Inquire Mrs. J. J. Dooley, phone 838- FOR RENT-Good house in wnutemore. Large enough and arranged to two small families can occupy It Reasonable rent Write box 101, Whlttemore, Iowa 41 Tri**OOrrllmn.Cb»up*i than driring jowr own car. 21 * nil* OM Wtr in ootchw In Sleepers and Parlor Cars 2)! a ail* •ach way fat MMMT Trip *OD*yLMt Ipomln (Mrtor and il*^4n« ton mm They re hew! An tb* color. fal new pattenu in Gold Seal Rugs — g*m*i*» Congoleum, with the famous Gold Seal guarantee You will want to see the smart aew"texttu«"effect*— latest and most popular note in floor-coverings—as well as the new versions of Oriental and g*j tile patterns. All Congoleum Gold Seal Rags are long-wearing •nd labor-saving. Easily cleaned with the flick of • damp mop. Come in and see oar big display! Size Range 6x9 FOR RENT—A 6-room house with one acre of land, ,i gooc cistern and good well, some oul buildings. Also electric lights Inquire of H. F. Baas, Phone 6P12, Whlttemore, Iowa. 41 9x10^ 9x12 Prices $3.95 to $7.95 FOSTER'S Furniture Co. Wanted WANTED—Girl or woman for eneral housework. Inquire Plerce's Cafe. WANTED—Used office furniture chairs, desk. Phone 1. WANTED-WV chance to repair any radio not working perfectly Vork guaranteed.—Ed Genrlch at BJustrom's. Save that cream with a Vega »ep- arator. Users biggest boosters. Medium aize 182.50. Terms.—-BJus- roms, Algona. Iowa. 3-11 Lost and Found bottoin Evemharp pencil. Mottled irown, green and yellow. Plea*« M l .° Ju " e Core>r at the Molnea office. HEATERS BURN LOW COST FUEL OIL W m „ Sop.*.* H. 0 ,-Di,.ctor you 8 .t oil h.ot at It, * ^^'•'*'*d (huttftrt dtr*ft »k k L wont it. Burn, low-cost fu.l oiL Conn.ctl »o*flu. W |IU*JaV lorystovc. NomathinAru u & / w mocnm«ry. H«at r.ipondi indanriy lo »«ttina of dial. No w«.».d »„.,. No Mtf . mM of ^ fl||d ^^ AMroehv. mod.rn d.iign, b^wWfully ftniih.d in porcelain •narosl. S*v«rol «i z « $ . t~^w»«i A product of P.rf. etlon St0¥ . ^^ Th-(| Olr.adv ,„ Oie morf rtan § . Kohlhaas & Spilles S.TSS rjstrasv^siTA-Si? --- sws • BOWL FOR BETTER HEALTH BARRY'S J

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