The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1930 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 14, 1930
Page 12
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The K.OFC/S CELEBRATE i 25TH ANNIVERSARY Class of tiated into Order on Sunday P. M< more; Lawrence Seeker, Bode, and & C. McMahon, Algona. Some of the speakers last Sunday were also on the program twenty-five years ago when the local council was organized. They were S. E. McMahon, P. H. Donlon and W. t Branagan. 'Bancroft Defeats Algona 3 to 0. LARGE BANQUET A crowd estimated at 700 attended the opening ball game of the North Iowa League, Bancroft defeating Al- goi| by a score of 3 to 0 on the Algona A T •PtTIP A n A «*»**-«»• I dlamond Sunday afternoon. An event All lib ACADEMY, | rarely witnessed outside the big leagues, was the marching of both teams from the grandstands to the center field and while the band played The Star Spangled Banner the flag was slowly raised. When the game was ready to start Mayor Albert Ogren walked out to the field and tossed the ball to be used to Pitcher Cayou. The Algona Military Band gave a short concert before the contest. game was featured by the won- FENTON WINS THREE ANDLOSESONF Defeats Havelock 12 to 4 Dickens 2 to 1, Armstrong 3 to>l. Loses to Rodman. (JAMES PLAYED ON MUDDY DIAMOND. Ten Charter Members "Were Present. Three Speakers of 25 Tears Ago Also on Program. Fenton Pitchers Show Big Caliber In First Thrre Games But Weaken In Last. Fenton proved to be the best "fish" rfpri™ Ki^^E 6 *,! 1 ? ™ e * on - |FrWay »omlng and defeated Havelock derful P ltchul B of each hurler. Cayou, 12 to 4 in a game played on a rain- In the morning the Knights and I for A te° na ' struck out twelve men and soaked field and In a driving rain 'gave ten base hits. The Bancroft ace, Havelock looked impressive the Kinsey, who is an old Central Associa- ' - - - A class of twenty-one was Initiated Into the local council of the Knights of Columbus last Sunday at the K. of C. hall. candidates attended high mass at St. Cecelia's church In a body After dinner the class was put on the bucking goat by a degree team composed of members of the order from Emmetsburg and Fort Dodge councils. That evening the ladles of the Catholic Guild served a banquet at the St, Cecelia's academy. There were ap- mtt, M*y ilf Ifl30 *t Mt*. *«a sen of A to tfetttng at C. *t Ba »n*»t tstoss ni« heuse, My Ad d by "Phe senterS played the tion player, struck out nine and allowed five scattered hits. Neither pitcher Issued a base on balls. Several fastly executed plays on each side helped the pitchers as did some wonderful running catches In the outfield. Four hits In the first innings, two singles and two proxlmately 250 "people served. The i cioub!es sa ve Bancroft their scores. A'i day was in honor of the silver anniversary of the founding of the local council. The charter members who were present at the banquet were: Joe and Frank Bestenlehner, William and James Gllbride, Joe Holtzbauer, Jacob Wlnkel, S. E. McMahon, Fred • Pech, Robert and Thos. Kain. Mr. Pech now lives in Fairfield and came up to assist in the services. Large delegations of Knights from Fort Dodge and Emmetsburg were present and smaller ones from five or six councils in the surrounding territory. Two or three from Mankato were also in attended. The program for the'evening was as follows: Toastmaster, Father T. J. Davern of Algona .. Invocation, Father P. Gearen, Whittemore. Welcome Address—L. A. Wlnkel. Quartette, J. J. Holtzbauer, F. C. Zender, C. L. Bllley, and Edward Butler, accompanist, Mrs. F. C. Zender. ..« IBesponse, P. H. Donlon, Emmetsburg. '-'Vocal SoJblMlss Spies. 14 'Address,;iidrOharter Clc The box score was Algona— AB R H PO A E Bonham, Ib 4 0 0 8 1 Scanlan', 3b 4 0121 Hill, ss 4 0 1 0 3 Marty, cf 4 0 I 2 0 Watts, 2b 4 0 2 1 2 Alfs, If 2 0 0 0 0 Emory, If 1 0 0 0 0 Butler, c 3 0 0 12 0 Vlnson, rf 2 0000 Moore, rf 1 0 0 0 0 tayou, p 3 0 0 1 1 Total 32 0 5 27 9 first four innings and tied the score at all in the third as a result of Brazier's home run. Munch of Fenton out his team into the lead in the fourth when he smacked a tremendous home run over the center field fence. Leudtke went in to relieve Kucker In the box for Fenton and set the opposition down without a hit while the Fenton sluggers pounded out seven more hits i?ood for seven runs and the game. Batteries. Havelock—Boyson and Brazier; Fenton—Kucker, Leudtke and Oeronsin. Bancroft- Conlan, rf 4 0 L. Menke, ss 4 0 Pohlman, 3b 4 1 Fangman, 2b ,..,3 1 Vaske, Ib 4 1 Jurison, c 4 0 R. Menke, cf 4 0 Murphy, If 4 0 Kinsey, p 2 0 Total 33 3 AB R H PO A E 10 27 1 Class, S. E. Mc•• ..The Next' ^FSrenty-Flve Years, W. I. Branagany-fimmetsburfr. "\ "T&* SUutSpangled Banner", St. Ce- £elte> -father Mahon give,- In „ and,-tb.«| wfatf'- J HT«.A fljbe ca *' •%n»i$Wi liGteeh/; ' j>*\ »of Fmmetsburg, IfofsBlancroft and E. c. Mc- pf &lw6%:ft&;$ called upon to %. The. banquet enjoyed by all ' _*'•- .._[„ - • . , JfiwerKfeplated SSrWercs.&'rBflide.'VJohrf B,;+ABUiy.Dahl-1 flrilTm-sSrVfthThll Fenton Church Observes Mother's Day. Fenton, May 13. Special: Observance of Mother's Day was made manifest In the services at the M. E. church Sunday. Special music was provided for both Sunday School and church service, The morning sermon, which was prepared by Rev. E. T. Gerkin, was tead, by Miss Irene Newel. Two babies, received baptismal rites, that of Mr.J and. Mrs. 'Roy Chrischllles, who was christened 'Ronald Eugene, the other, that of Mr. -and Airs, Rpy Osborn, wbo r&f, ~^.^ t*Sn nt*"*'J ^^<JS&*«) 1 B: Alf red Reding, < - •- • '^ ~ "- 'i**"jL i *•"'"'' " I Thllges, Joseph WHlger, Uhauser, Whltto- Fcnton Nicks Dickens 2 to 1. In another game played hi the rain but this time In a sheep pasture Leudtke, Fenton pitcher, bested the Dickens hurler, Jones, in one of the prettiest pitching duels ever seen in a high school game in this part of the country. Both pitchers gave up four hits. Dickens found Leudtke for a couole of hits early hi the game and in the second and third innings Dickens had men on second and third with none out and Leudtke struck out the next three men to face him. In the fourth inning Eieler of Fenton uncorked a tremendous drive into left center for a home run, bringing in the first hit and run for Fenton. Dickens scored hi the seventh as a result of Jones' triple to center with a mate on base. Fast fielding prevented the hit from being a homer. Fenton won the game in the eighth when Espe opened with a single, Krause was safe on an error, Eigler walked and Munch scratched an infield hit scoring Esoe. Leudtke of Fenton struck out eighteen men. Charles Priebe, diminutive second baseman, was a star in the field handling five chances without an error. Batteries :Dickens—Jones and Henderson; Fenton—Leudtke and Geronsin. Fenton Drubs Armstrong 3 to 1. Lefty Nickerson apparently wteak- ened by a previous game, had nothing to fool the Fenton batters and the first four balls he; threw were hit for base nits scoring, three runs and taking What little confidence ~ ' Mr, ttnA Mrs. Bart Grtftfth of Aleon and Mr, and Mrs. Oteh Griffith of For w*rc Svwdfty visitors with the mother, Mr*. Amis Griffith. Mr. wvrt Mrs. P. c. »fthl and fam ly wt>« at Rlnisted on Monday even n« to attend » birthday suDoer fo Mrs. DaWs mother, Mrs. Neve. Mr. and Mrs. P, J. Heiken were busi ess visitors at Des Moines on Friday Miss Raid Gardner and Miss Leola of Chicago spent Mother's day home folks. John Enders was the subject of an emergency operation for ruptured appendix at his home Saturday forenoon. He is still very ill. His many friends hope for a speedy recovery. Mrs. B. L. Weaver was an operation patient at the Fairmont hospital on Wednesday of last week. Her many friends are pleased to hear that she is recovering and hopes to be home soon. On May 13 is "May Day" an annual event, when all the pupils of the school have a play day. School athletics will feature the sports program. Loretta Thompson was chosen as the May queen. Mrs. Phil Harrington of Chicago is spending a few days visiting with her mother, Mrs. Anna Pearson. She was accompanied by her uncle, Axel Bergstrom, who will visit his sister and old time friends. The Sioux City district of the Luther League will hold their annual conference at the Swea City Lutheran church on May 23, 24, and 25. About a hundred delegates and pastors are expected to attend. Dr. and Mrs. Henry Kulander and Mr. and Mrs,. Elliott Kulander attended the funeral of Mr. Kulander's sister at Winthrop, Minnesota, on Friday. A picnic supper was enjoyed by the company of relatives. Wayne Griffith celebrated his birthday on Saturday by giving a party to about fifteen of his young friends. Out door activities were enjoyed and likewise a lovely six o'clock dinner, which was served by his mother, Mrs. Floyd .Griffith. wwwiMWvy^^ Another Big Market Trip _to> \AU30NA Dozens of New Summer Dresses Are Here, A Great Rousing Sale of Fresh, Clean New Dresses Begins Right Now $11.75 $16.75 «« e , a retired I on . the oth»r"hanrt' r.f/ij — j"T~T,?* i "'Ti* r »*7'*"w--*-T?'«"*» Dl*v yfOs -,_-'to •iHsconttoue her wirk'-due- to .health."'She plans to resume work In'the foreign field as soon as her health will permit. , T '*>#| j«e™i', >- i. i r - « ^,? < i ' V 65 & A D U L L FABRIC L I K E H O S E PHOENIX Elgjer.was sensational'fpr was-Impossible ^ ^ WJW the ,baM h past *•— Fenton played alfrjlght and eom T eer Gone are the courses and grain effects in hosiery. Fashion has established a dull effect in milady's ensemble. Phoenix has created dulSheer hosiery to complement it perfectly. dulSheer is different from any hosiery you have ever worn. Its crepy fabric-like appearance adds an entirely new touch of allurement. Permanently dull, because dullness is knitted in. It cannot wash out — fabric-like, made possible by an exclusive process. Finer chiffons can now be worn with a sense of economy. dulSheer costs no more and will wear longer. A new thrill awaits you. See this hose today in all the leading colors. $1.95 one- error. ' Batteries: . Nickerson. and'Cosan; Fenton, Kucker and Geronsin. Rodman Wins Finals. Rodman took the badly tired and crippled Fenton ball club into camp in the district finals to the tune of 5 to 0. The Fenton lads- playing on nerve alone, went to" pieces when a dropped throw permitted Rodman to score in the first inning. Leudtke, who had pitched such a marvelous game two hours earlier could not get going and when his support failed him he wasn't able to stem the hard-hitting Rodman team. The Fenton batters hit Barnes hard but no matter where, orjjow hard the ball was hit, there was sure to be a Rodman player in front of it. Peter Barnes of Rodman led his team's hitting with three singles in four times "P- - : ' • 3 Batteries; Rodman—Barnes and Banwart; Fenton—Leudtke, Kucker and Geronsin, Munch. Bright spots throughout the tournament were the pitching of Leudtke in the Dickens game, the pitching of Kucker in the Armstrong game, the catching of Geronsin throughout the tourney and the hitting and fielding of Eigler and Munch. ST. BENEDICT NEWS. Mrs. Win. Welner was a shooner Algoua on Mbnday. -' .. Mr. and Mrs-. John Arndorfer .were shoppers at Algona'on Saturday. Rev. B. H. Loeffelholtz spent MondaV afternoon at Fenton W. C. T. U. Has Special Program. Fenton May 13. Special: A special guest day program, in honor of Mother's Day was given at the home of Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod by the members of the W. C. T. U. Friday afternoon, May 9. The meeting was in charge of Mrs. Lillian Humphrey and was opened by a song appropiate to the occasion. This was followed by prayer by Mrs. Hattle Wcisbrod, who also read a story entitled May Day. A one act play was given by the Mesdames Anna Weisbrod, Pearl Lindsay, Retta Eigler, Patsy Goetsch and Mary Glaus. A song entitled "Mother Knows" was sung by Margaret Weisbrod and Mrs. Tena Newel. The program ended with a solo by Mrs. Pearl Lindsay, "That Wonderful Mother of Mine." The prize winners of the W. C. T. U. essay contest were also guests of the club, and were awarded cash prizes at this time. Hazel Weisbrod of the eighth /irade, received first prize of two dollars; Ardls Volght, eighth grade, received second prize of one dollar and a half and John Bailey, seventh grade, third prize of one dollar. About forty were present. A two course luncheon was served at the close of the afternoon. SWEA CITY NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith spent Sunday with relatives at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hanifan and family spent Sunday with friends at Fairmont. Kenneth Thompson and Earl Sanft- oer spent Sunday with friends at St. Peter, Minnesota. Mrs. Henry Hoeck, who is taking treatments for neuritis at the Colfax sanitarium Is improving. The Boy Scouts of troop No. 33 are busy preparing for the "Round up" at Fort Dodge on June 6. Banker E. P. Rahm was at Aluona <m Monday attending to business, ^mat- ** rSl ..' J.'u^ s x,^' 1 ^-'5* -j X Melvln Joseph", infant son : of Mr. and Mrs. George Anrdorfer, was,quite 111 Saturday, . • , Martin Rahm, Mesdames J. L. and N H. Haskopf were shoppers at Algona Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, Mrs John Huschka and son, August, spent Monday at Algona on business. A. J. Grandjenett and his father John Grandjenett, were at Algona on Friday attending to business matters. Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer spent part of last week at Clear Lake with her daughter, Mrs., Etferett Steussy and family. Robert Witte has been ill the oast three weeks with measles, gland trouble and tonsilitis, but ftt this writing he is slowly Improving. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Arend has been seriously ill the past week but at this writing she is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Leo C. Miller and children and Miss Genevieve Arndorfer of Plum Creek spent Sunday with the ladies' mother, Mrs. Rose Arndorfer. J. M. Witte returned home Saturday evening from Chicago, where he spent several weeks with his son, Jack Witte. He was accompanied home by his son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Witte. WEST BEND NEWS. Miss Olive Munson was an Algona visitor Thursday. Mrs. Myron Boos is still confined to her bed. Her condition remains about the same. Mrs. Claude Gilchrist of Des Moines is spending some time at the home of her father, Carl Krueger. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood and Mrs. Holmes drove to Sioux Falls on Saturday'for a week end visit. Miss Ernestine Brodigan of Emmetsburg spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Adolph Montag and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. D Cleal of Rolfe spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Myron Boos, who Is ill. The local high school base ball team and Ayrshire crossed bats here Friday afternoon. West Bend won by a score of S to 2. Mrs. Paul Dorweller is again at her home here after the winter spent in Newton at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell and son, Bobby, of near Algona were'call- ers Friday evening at the home of Mrs. H. A. Sloan. Mrs. Giles Geist and a friend, Mrs. Klmball of Gllmore City spent Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Geist's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. White. Mr. and Mrs. John Satern, Sr., of Bode spent a short time Thursday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Cobb, and son, Thorsteln Satern. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Smith and family of Mallard and Mrs. Giles Deist of Gilmore City spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. White. ™ b j^ market * n > * this wee k) was most Successful; now you will find the newest developments in light, airy, summerv silk dresses in stock at these two popular prices. su ™ery SIIK Short sleeves and no sleeves, ensembles, jackets in prints, chiffons and georgettes-all colors, all styles-everything you will want for the warm summer days. We call special attention to new banquet and graduation dresses— these have been bought with the idea of fitting those who have been unable to find what they want up to now. Pretty, dainty white dresses for graduation will be at $11.75. All dresses bought in Chicago from the New York and eastern style centers, are in stock by the time you read this advertisement Come right up and see them. You'll be delighted with the selections. New Summer Sport Hats Are Here, $5.00-$5.95 day,to spend parents,'M Mrs. Ben Garthwaite re- pugned to Marshalltown the last .of ihe week. They were accompanied by Mrs. George Foley and Mrs. Emerson. •Mrs. J. C. Scurr was a passenger to tedar Rapids Thursday, where she was to enter a hospital. Mrs. Nevlns Cup- to is caring for the baby during her absence. The senior class was entertained at a breakfast Thursday morning at the Jerry Schutter home. Mrs. Schutter and Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman were the hostesses. The seniors hied away for "sneak" day, which they spent at Algona. A number of base ball fans from here attended the district tournament at Rodman Friday and Saturday and aw Rodman win the district tournament. The weather interfered with the laying but didn't keep Rodman from winning, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wirtz and daugh- er, Jean, of Cedar Falls, came on Fri"ay for a week end visit at the Sloan lome here and spent Saturday at lodman at the parental Allen Wirtz .ome. They returned to Cedar Falls iunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderegg drove to Fort >odge Sunday to attend the funeral of /m. Williams, who died suddenly on ^hursday evening of heart trouble. Mr. Villlams was a brother of Tom and the ate J. S. Williams of this place. The Junior-senior banquet of the lo- al high school will be held at the Cermore hotel hi Emmetsburg Wednes- ay evening. A theatre party at the owa theatre will bo held after the e^ The juniors are Working hard to make the banquet a success. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Funk and Mr. ,nd Mrs. B. T. Stover of Waterloo Srove to West Bend Saturday afternoon or a visit at the home of Mrs. HSr- ey Sloan. Mr. and Mrs. Funk re- urned home Sunday afternoon and Mr. nd Mrs, Stover remained for a longer isit. Miss Dell Minger, the sixth grade eacher and her pupils put on a very ppropriate Mother's Day program Fri- ay afternoon In the sixth grade room, ••hey gave songs, recitations and dla- ogs. The second rhythm band play- d three selections, which were very Inc. Miss Jennings is the • second rade teacher and has a fine bunch of musicians. A good crowd of mothers nd friends attended the program. Miss linger and her pupils are a wide wake bunch. 'desirable office •On last "day- ol Special'Sale,-Satur- day while stock" lasts—6—End Wrench set, extra .special 39c. Regular catalog price 69c, Gamble Store. Free! During our May Sale beginning May 10th—spray nozzle with each 100 feet of double-double garden hose at 7%c per foot. Guaranteed lawn tools, mowers, and sprinklers at all Gamble stores. • 47 FOR RENT—Very desirable office quarters. Call Upper Des Moines- Republican, 230. 47 Buy a few shares today and lay them away. Warrant to buy common sotck free wlht each share of Gamble's Preferred. They increase-in value as the company grows.—Gamble Stores. FOR RENT—Very desirable office quarters. Call Upper Des Moines- Republican, 230. 47 Conservative Investors are buying Gamble Store's 7 per cent Preferred Stock because of the diversification of ines of merchandise carried and territory covered. Assures year round income. ... 48 FOR RENT—Two furnished sleeping rooms. Call 447-W, 46-47* FOR RENT—Very desirable office quarters. Call Upper Des Moines- Republican, 230, 47 FOR SALE—Potatoes for seed or the table.—Ray McWhorter, Burt. 46* FOR SALE—Chinchilla and New £_' XX "•"•""""•"'-* •""""r-i'i-T-h^iiiWui i m W.QO.a,pair.—Robert J, Nelson, 2i Ridgely.. , i S. 46: Second hand electric washers,—Kohl- ; haas Hardware. FOR SALE—New model 60 Atwater Kent radio cabinet at a bargain.—H. D. Clapsaddle. 47 FOR RENT—Sleeping rooms. Call Upper Des Moines-Republlcan, 230. 48* Two girls ences given. want housework. Refer- Call U. D. M. R., 230. FOR SALE—Residence lot close In. Paving and walk. Low price.—Murtagh, Brothers. 45-46* Will buy lawn mowers needing repair- Parts and six repaired mowers for sale. —Matt Holtzbauer. 45-46* FOR SALE—Mammoth bronze turkey eggs, $3.00 per dozen.—Mrs. Martin. Becker, Irvlngton. 45-47* Two second hand coal ranges.—Kohlhaas Hardware. 4$ FOR SALE OR TRADE—A fine )lace to central Florida for a place n or near Algona.—Charles Albright. 42-43 Two second hand oil brooders ;ood shape.—Kohlhaas Hardware. to 45 I am a candidate for the republican nomination for county recorder and would be glad of your support at the ^e primary.—MRS. HARRIET WARBURTON, Lakota. 47-4P Wants, For Sale, Etc, WANTED—Maid tor general kltch- n and dining room work. Call 677. 47 WANTED—Maid for Keneral house- irork. Two in family. No washing. Vill pay $10 a week to right party, all Upper Des Moines-Republlcan, 30. 47 WANTED—Small second hand re- rigerator in good condition. Inquire 20 N. Hall St. 47-48* FOR SALE—A residence property in igona. will sell on easy terms, with small first payment.—R. H. Miller, xaminer In Charge. 47 if the borrower dies the loan is paid in full, so far as his family is concerned DESIGN No. 76 24 x 28—4 ROOMS AND BATH 'WHAT A CHARMING Lime HOME' THAT'S WHAT YOU'LL SAY WHEN YOU SEE THE FLOOR PLANS of this POPULAR TYPE BUNGALOW L. F. C. Easy Payment Plan makes It possible for you to purchase it on payments as low as $26.18 per "HS9»!i?P t . co . |1!X P 1 f te « md y to m °ve into. We will be glad to show you the floor plan* and make any changes you may desire, We co-operate with your local con» tractor or help you select; one. M. J. PQQli, Manager BOTSFORD i-UMBMCOMP , Algona, Iowa, N 1

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