The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1937 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Aigona, Iowa, Feb. 4,19S7 ACADEMY WINS AT 1 Game Slow, Listless As fit. Cecelia's Score 2618 Victory The Alcana Academy basketball team traveled to Whlttemore last Tuesday evening and defeated the Whtttemore Academy team in a •low, itettoss game K to 13. Barry of Algona started the scoring with a abort shot and quickly added another to give the locate a lead which was never threatened. They were oat ahead 6 to 1 at the quarter. 14 to 9 at the half, and 31 to 11 at the end of the third quarter. Bury of the local Academy was high point man of the evening with 14, while Mollenhoff connected for ?. RindJet ted the Whlttemore quint with «. Friday evening the Academy will meet Corpus Christi of Fort Dodge on the Algona Academy floor at 7:80. The Acdaemy will be streng tfaeaed for future games by the return of Darwin Baker. Baker, regular guard last year, has been out all season with sickness, but reported for practice this week and probably will be in shape to play in the Friday night contest. Bag 3 More In Whittemore Fox Hunt Last Saturday Whittemore: Again the Whittemore sportsmen and others in the vicinity of Whittemore, staged a successful fox hunt Saturday afternoon about 40 men in and around Whittemore went out to get some more foxes, so they went four miles northwest of town where a fox had been seen on several different days the past week and the section was surrounded which consisted of mostly virgin prairie and the fun was all in the hunters' favor. Shortly after the hunt started the three foxes were sighted because the prairie was ao Bat and level and were kept in the circle until the last one was shot This makes a total of eight foxes and one wolf for the Whlttemore hunters. Barry Nelson -1 Moll-boff S Best-fane,- 1 (M) fgttpf ...6 0 1 (IS) fgftpf Farrel! ...a 0 4 Elbert 2 0 1 1 1 S Muller .. .0 1 0 0 1 Seymore ..0 0 3 Rindiet fietpman .001 Kellry ..3 0 .0 0 Schmidt .0 0 0. 11 2 8 6 1 11 - A baby girl was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Enoekson. Saturday, Jan. W. She is a granddaughter to Mr. and lira. Peter Enockson and Mr. and Mrs. George of Rolfe. West Bend Take* 2 From Plover West Bend: The West Bend high school basketball teams drove to Plover, Monday evening and won both games from the Plover teams. The girls won by a 36 to 35 score after a hard fought game. The score was close throughout the game, Plover being ahead until the last score, when West Bend made a basket The boys won by a 31 to IS score. The girls will go to Emmetsburg Friday evening when they will play their first game in the girls' county basketball tournament They meet Rodman in the first game. Whittemore Acad. Teams Win, Lose Whittemore: The Presentation Academy basketball teams split a double header with St. Mary's Academy of Emmetsburg last week Tuesday evening, the first team losing by a score of 20 to 9, and the second team defeating St. Mary' 5 team by a score of 18 to 4 DESERVE THE BEST You Get Only One Pair! W, Handle the Best G. E. MAZDA LAMPS 2(K'' less rurrciit than inferior grade? use. WELCOME ALGONA (XM>P. CREAMERY MEMBERS PRATT Electric Co. Electrical Service Appliance* Burt Man's Son In Second Crash Burt: Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, received word from their son, Leo that he had been in another auto accident and had been somewha injured and has his new car badlj injured. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Vinaas were both hurt in an auto accident just a few weeks ago. G. P. Hawcott was a business visitor in Mason City Monday. Katherine Elvidge spent the week end at Wesley with Barbara Holt. Boettcher Bros, have begun filling the ice house at their butcher shop. The Presbyterian church is making plans for its annual birthday dinner to be held Feb. 18th at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Holding went to Farnhamville Tuesday to attend the funeral of an aunt of Mr. Holding. Mrs. Skinner. Dale Kennedy, who has a position with the new bank at Mason City, spent the week end nt home with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbec. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary and Mr. and Mrs Wyot Stott were entertained at the R. A. Blcich home on Saturday evening at five hundred. Mr. and Mm. Will Knoll and son. Will and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott were dinner guests Sunday at the George Sears home. The gathering was in honor of Will Knoll's birthday. Selina Clifton, who is employed nt Sheffield, was called home Saturday by the serious illness of her aunt. Mrs. Annie Hawrcott. Miss E. Cayler, R. N., Bancroft, is caring for her. The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell who have been spending several weeks in the home of their daughter, Mrs. James Knoll, left Monday to spend a week or two with their daughter. Mrs. Will Schram. at Titonka. Repair Farm Home Portland: The Bartholomew Brothers Alfrona, will finish carpenter work on the R. S. McWhorter house this week. A fireplace has been built and many other improvements have been made. The house is located on the home place and the McWhorters will occupy it in the spring. USED CARS MUST Open Evenings and d/eM of Cost Sunday •••••••• Mornings We're Not Turning Down Any REASONABLE OFFERS 40 Used Cars Sold Last Month-All Real Buys! So Are These! Make Us an Offer! 2-1936 Ford Tudors 3- 1935 Ford Tudors 2 - 1935 Ford Fordors 1 - 1934 Ford Fordor 1-1933 Ford Tudor 1 - 1932 Chevrolet Coach 1 - 1931 Chevrolet Coach 2- 1930 Chevrolet Coaches 2 - 1929 Chevrolet Coaches 1-1929 Chevrolet Coupe 1 - 1929 Chevrolet Fordor 2- 1929 Ford Tudors 2- 1929 Ford Coupes 1 - 1929 Ford Roadster - TRUCKS 2 - 1935 Internationals, L. W. B. 2 -1935 Ford Trucks, L. W. B. 2 -1934 Dodge Trucks, L. W. B. 1 -1933 Chevrolet Truck, L W. B. 2 - 1931 Chevrolet Trucks, S. W. B. 1 - 1936 Ford Pickup Four Present Car May Make the Down Payment - Easy Terms on Balance If Desired (6 to 24 months to pay the balance) A PERSONAL MESSAGE We're honest with you! It's tti* only way to do business. Our new ear deliveries and cajes hove exceeded our expectations. The result is the fact that we have more used cars than we can store or handle. We have two men working night and day to put every us«d automobile wa take for resale into as nearly perfect running condition and looks, as we can make It. In add* ition to that, we've GOT to sell tbem. We're making the best prices, the lowest prices, and offering the best cars you've ever seen for themoney.

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