The Upper Des Moines-Republican, August 6, 1930 CLARION WON OVER ALGONA SUNDAY Clarion fodk CJlose ball Gajne Sunday by Score of 6 to 5. LOCALS AHEAD UNTIL UNLUCKY SEVENTH, Bonham, Lead-oft Matt tor Algona, Bit First Ball Pitched for Cir- cult Smash. Algona lost a hard-fought game to Clarion on the local diamond Sunday by the score of 8 to 6. After the locals had the game apparently sewed up the visitors bunched four hits, coupled with a walk In the seventh inning and ran in five scores. Algona made a hard effort to tie the score In their half of the ninth inning but Marty was out trying to steal second with the tying run on third' "and the game was over. _ The game started out as if It Would be a walk-away for Algona, when Bonham, the first: batter for the locals, hit the first ball pitched for a circuit clout. After Algona-had made five scores, Clarion settled down and held them, scoreless for the rest of the game. Cayou for the locals pitched a good game until the unlucky seventh when Clarion scored' their winning runs. He retired to right field and Overmycr finished out the Inning. Cayou went into the box again in 'the eighth and finished the game with no more runs chalked up against him. Each team, made two errors. Aigona was without the services of Hill at short stop and Scanlan at third. Their places were tak'en by Balrd of Corwith and Behnke of Whlttemore. A small crowd witnessed the game probably because of the intense heat although a number of Clarion. rooters were there to cheer their team. The locals have not as yet booked a game for next Sunday, but are negotiating with some fast teams. The box score for Sunday's game is as follows: ALGONA AB Bonham, Ib 4 Balrd, ss 5 Watts, 2b 5 Stephenson, If 3 Marty, of 5 Behnke, 3b 4 Overmyer, rf, p ... 1 Butler, c .3 Cayou, p, rf 4 Totals ........34 R HSHPO A E 2 1 0 12 0 0 000162 120020 0400 0, 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 20220 2 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 110020 5 8 3 27 12 2 CLARION— AB R H SH PO A E Isaacson, 2b 5 1 1 0 11 0 Matheson, cf 3 111000 " If ~•*•*-> ^^V* 3** L O A N S $50 to $300 obtained quickly-on Furniture, Automobiles and,Live Stock; Can be repaid by 8F"* 1 ' s i«ii«i 'mnntviiw out of employment. For immediate SERVICE call, write.or phone 598, " - " CUNNINGHAM & LACY ALGONA, IOWA. Representing * Federal Finance Co., Des Molnes 52-tf Walch, ss 5 110250 Coffin, 6 * 1 2 0 11 0 0 Johnson, Ib 4 1 2 0 11 0 0 darbett, p 4 6 0 0 1 1 1 Bcharjji, 3b ........4 1 1. 0 0 6 .1 Wilson, If .....;..4 120100 Deniiiftg, rf .3 0 0 0 q p 0 Totals .......35 691 2? 13 2 Cayou struck but 4, walked 2 and hit 1, (Johnson). Oarbett struck out 9, and Walked 4. Two^base hits-^Stephenson and Scharp. Three base hits- Coffin. Home run—Bonham and Walch. Stolen bases-^Stephenson. tilts oft Cayou, 8 In 8 1-3 innings, Ovef- myer, 1 in 2-3 Innings. Losing pitcher Cayou. Left on bases—Algona 9, Clarion 6. Runs batted uv-Watts, Bonham, Stephenson, Baird, CayoU, Jbhti^ son, Wilson, Isaacson and Coffin, 3. Club Leaders Met Last Week. The club leaders and demonstration teams from the dubs in the north half of the county met on Moflday, July 28, at the school building in Bancroft and the south half, Tuesday, July 29, at the Library in Algona. A general meeting for demonstration helps was held in the morning, in the afternoon each team gave their demonstration before their leader, Miss Hazel Bown, extension service and Mrs. Wessel. The demonstrations were then criticized and suggestions for improvement given. The teams and leaders meeting on Monday were as follows: Ledyard, Miss Emma Outknect leader, Mary Jane Lewis and Helen "Hagge demonstration, "Approved Shoes"; Portland, Mrs. Otto McParland, leader, Lillian Qodfredsen and Lois Graham, demonstration, "Approved Shoes"; Harrison, Mrs. T. P. Johnson, leader, Dorothy Chrlstensen and Helen Poole, demonstration, "Making of Pajamas"; Seneca, Miss Vivian Potter, leader, Helen Patterson and Maxlne Bollig, demonstration, "Bias Tape and its Uses. Mrs. Ed. Dittmer, a member of the county club committee, also attended. On Tuesday the following attended: Burt, Rosemary Murphy and Beada Kollasch, demonstration "Approved Shoes"; Penton, Mrs. Will Welsbrod, leader, Lorena and Alice Dreyer, demonstration, "Approved Shoes"; Buffalo, Mrs. Ray Krantz and Mrs. Harold Johnson,' leaders, Marie Brandt and Marguerite Pannkuk, demonstration, "Making of Pajamas"; Wesley, Miss Mable Kent, leader, Helen Kent ; and Helen Pranzen, demonstration, "Alteration and Use of Patterns"; Rlverdale, Mrs. Russell Maxwell, leader, Elizabeth Leners and Albertha Boldridge, demonstration, "Making and Equipping a Work Box"; LuVerne, Mrs. Albert Merriam, leader, Cora Mae Masterson and Prances Chambers, demonstration "Approved Shoes." All, the teams present showed that they had spent a large amount of time and effort on their demonstration. The demonstration contest will be held on the County Achievement Day, August 7, at the K. of C. Hall in Algona. St.wJoe Man Had Barn Burn , '.' fn n !• \f ? .•LuVerne Gazette: J. '. Joe* had a serious l<jss day evening. .He, - tet of St. flr* 1 Satur- *• contained •—••T-" ^i •*"— (•»'—ji"- —; - *tf?$^£* i ~"' J * TT two cows,"ten,'lioreies/llujmber wagons, till 'hiif harness andya"J6t of hay," all, worth 1 about v $2,000. wi^only $300,insurance. Mr. Devtoe had $700 insurance on the barn, and it would take $2,000 to replace it. Mr. Zeimet's earnings are practically swept away, and a paper is being circulated,and liberally signed by our business men to assist in putting him on his feet. The Purest Water Only Makes the Ice You Demand Our hundreds of patrons compliment us on the purity of our ice. It is not spotty, flaky —has no impurities in it. And service is another thing our patrons demand and get. We operate'our ice trucks on train-schedule regularity, and housewives can depend on getting their ice exactly when they want it. There Is No Substitute for Ice—and There Is No Ice 80 Clean and Pure as Ours, Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory phone 870 Algona, Ipwa, Swimming Pool A Haven from the Heat Mayor Albert Ogren reports that the swimming pool receipts for Sunday amounted to $203.75 and would have been much larger if they had not .run out of bathing suits about eight o'clock that evening. There was a standing line up all afternoon of people waiting their ttftn to get to the pool. There was a steady stream of bathers coming in and out all through the day taking advantage of the water in getting relief from the intense heat. The bath house has three hundred baskets for Use and these were rented all through the day. Nearly two-thirds of the bathers were .people from other towns. A week ago a large delegation from Eagle Grove and one from Pocahontas were in the pool inspecting the various parts with the view of having one to their towns. Sunday a group of business men from Manchester were here looking over the pool which has a reputation all over the state as being one of the best. *S&8&8iy(^^ i WEST BEND NEWS. Mrs. George Montag was an Algona visitor last Monday • afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sweeley of Rodman were calling on friends here on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boos and daughter Lorraine, spent Sunday at Rolfe with relatives. Mrs. Bert Shellmyer of Whittembre, spent Saturday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Jos. Mikes. Mrs. Tom Helter of near Rolfe spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of her aunt, Mrs. John Stover. Mr. .and Mrs. Wallace Hundertmark are t.he proud parents of a son born Wednesday morning, July 30. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scurr are home after a few weeks spent with relatives at Oilman and Cedar Rapids. Charles Riley of Livermore spent last Monday evening >at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rll- ey. Mrs. Arnold Prye and Mrs. J. L. Henry and Mary Virginia drove to Algona Friday and were guests at the Dan Habeger home. Mrs. Orville Harr and Mrs. Charles Simmons of near Rolfe spent Wednesday afternoon at the Wm. Rlley and Ail! Air Simmons homes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter of Rodman were shoppers hi West Bend Saturday. They also visited Mrs. Carter's mother, Mrs. J. D. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hundertmark and two sons and daughter, Elvira, spent Sunday In Bode at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Satern, Jr. The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. M. T. Munson Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. John Munson will be the assistant hostess. ,sThe Home Study class of the Presbyter Jan ^Sunday SchopU,jmet a); the hrime'JofiMfjj, will^am^l^y, for. their monthlyrmeeting on Thursday /after^'^ -• ,v ^Mr. |and v .Mrs. Charles*. Riley and children,, Laverita and Lavon, of Llver- more, came.Saturday evening ; and spent «* v and Mnnorseorge meran an rs,%W,lBJWhite|6pent last, week in Brttt,, looktag(jWter-( the sale, of the house 'and "household goods of their parents Mr. and-Mrs. Benjamin Garth- Wm. Rlley^had trie misfortune to have the back of his hand badly skinned while working as separator man on a threshing crew recently. • His hand has been pretty sore but is better now. Mr. and Mrfe. Brown of Delmer, Iowa, called on Miss Bessie Sloan on Wednesday afternoon. They were on their way home from a fishing trip in Minnesota. Miss Sloan taught to DeJmer last year. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Poster and daughter of Cedar Rapids came Sunday for a visit at the home of Mrs. Poster's' mother, Mrs. Paul Dorweiler. Mrs. Poster will stay for a few weeks and Mr. Poster will return home. Mr. and Mrs. George Montag took their son, Billy, to the Colean hospital at Esthervllle Saturday for treatments. Billy was given too much serum for lock Jaw a couple of weeks ago and has not been getting along as well as was hoped for. Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Bishop and sons, Warren and Judson of Dunnell, Minnesota, stopped at the home of Mrs. J. L. Henry Wednesday afternoon for a short visit. They were on their way to Port Dodge, where they were taking one of their sons to have his tonsils and -adenoids removed. MifS Laverlta Rlley of Livevmore and Miss Gertrude Paulin of Port Dodge, who had bee;i visiting Miss Rt ley's grandparents, Mr 1 , and Mrs. Wm. Riley, returned to Livermore on Wsdnesday evening. MtejS fda and O.ver Riley and Mrs. Arthur Simmons took them down in the car. Miss Olive Munson returned home Thursday evening from Des Moines, where she had her tonsils removed, She spent one day in the hospital, going from there to the home of an unole In Huxley, where she spent a few days recuperating. She is now back at her place in the telephone office. Mrs. Showers of Wisconsin came on Monday for a visit with her old neighbors, Mrs. John Stover and the Chas. and P. J. Dewitt families. Mrs, Showers, better known here as Mrs. Henry Allen, lived in Rodman and left there about thirty-five years ago. She had been in Mason City to see her brother, who is ill, Mrs. Arnold Prye and daughters Helen and' Mary Virginia anJ Mrs. Charles Frye of Ohillicothe, Illinois, rume ^londay by car for a visit w'th u'U'Uves. Mrs. Prye and daughters win visit her mother, Mrs. J. L. Henry and Mrs. Charles Prye will visit her daughter, Mrs. Fred Myerjy, north of Rodman. Mrs. Myerly and sons met Mrs. Prye here and took her to their home. The Presbyterian church has been in the hands of the interior decorators for the past twp weeks. The walls have been papered, ceiling painted, the floors painted and varnished and the wood work revarnlshed, making the church of fine appearance, For two Sundays, Sunday School )»as been in the basement ftnd nearby Rev. Zimmerman. flHf^l' IPWflWM^H'S S! Wlff t 1BV1NGTON NEWS. | Z8Xf8&®^^ Mrs. T. fi. Wood of this vicinity was an irvlngton caller one day the past week. Ralph Simmons spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Simmons. Howard,Wood of this vicinity spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson and family. Mr. and Mrs. 4!isn Xing and irn- Uy of West Bend wetfi callers at Irv- ingttn Sunday afternoon. Ous Sjogren of Algona was a Sunday caller at the home of his sister, Mrs. Ray Watson and family. Mrs. Sever Christensen of Alsona spent Sunday evening with hsr sister, Mrs. Roy Watson and family. Miss Cecil Thornton is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Howard King and family at Emmetsburg. IJrs. Douglas Riiey and chlldien spent Saturday at the home of her s!«ter Mrs. Zeke Smith, and family. Mrs. George Simmons spent a few days the past week with her daughter, Mrs. David King and family of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus and family of LuVerne spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rlley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Thornton and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Ray King, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Seward Thornton and son, Rollln, of Emmetsburg, visited on Sunday with Mrs. Thornton's brother Douglas Riley and family. The Irvington school house is being cleaned and repainted by Mrs. T. E. V/ickwlre and Mrs. Orlan Rutlcdgs in preparation for the coming term. Helen Dole, who Is employed at the Dr. Cretzmeyer home in Algona spent Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dole arid family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simmons of Rolfe spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Mr. Simmons' brother, George Simmons and family. James Hudson, who is employed at the Joe Weydert farm southwest of Algona, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moe and family of Algona spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert'Davis and family of this vicinity. Mrs. Moe Is a sister of Mr. Davis. Mrs. Ray King and sons, Prank and Ray, who have been spending the past week with Mrs. King's parents, Prank Thornton and family,' returned to her home at Whlttemore Sunday. Mrs. Llebert Peck and daughter, Marguerite of Sioux Palls, South Dakota, who have been spending the past week with Mrs. Peck's parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Davia j BlyWeyleftfftqr-'*their 1 home Sunday. ' " ~4ffi* r < Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Dole of Rochester,'Minnesota, spent Saturday -and Sundayat the home of Mr. Dole's parents, '-Mr. and Mrs. Fred' Dole and family, and also at the home of Mrs. mfytt i tTiflwrnYifififcMiET^TT'rftf p^jjoitf "jreWrTOfl!' winw .uu.wiwu.uvj afternoon;-but Mrs, Pole remained forspend'a few weeks with her ,slster. , Word was received: Saturday even tus by Mrs. Clyde tviJJson of the death oiv.her two months old son, De'ber^ Leonard. For <sevi>."al weeks after his birth, the baby was poor, in healtn a?}d waS finally takej to Iowa OUy for treatments. He was 'later taiceu to Davenport where his death occurred. This was the sec .mi son of Mr. and Mis. ColUson. LUVERNE NEWS. &&%&w&^^ Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey were Algona callers Monday. Kate Skinner from Algona was calling on friends here last Friday. . Mrs. W. B. Mason was reported quite 111 last week, but is better at this writing. Mrs. Rofiert Diecop'f of Fort Dodge visited friends here Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Eason, Mrs. I. W. Hof and Mrs. Albert Genrlch were Algona shoppers last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lowmiller and son spent last week visiting with relatives in Oberlln, Ohio. Prank Gronbach, who has been in the Algona hospital for treatment has returned to his home. Otto Willey and family enjoynd company Thursday, from Goldfield. They made the trip by airplane, Miss Amber Rogers is assisting In the News office, while Florence Godfrey is enjoying a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. August Bommel and family moved last week into the Ramus residence property south of town. Cora Mae Masterson and Ethel Chambers attended the Pour-H club demonstration at Algona last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wermersen and family drove to Miller, South Dakota, Friday morning for a week's visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Chapman and sons drove Wednesday of last week to Omaha to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chapman. One of Mr. Zetlaw's younger children had the misfortune of havine two fingers quite seriously injured Friday in an elevator. The ice cream social held last Saturday in the town hall by the Presbyterian' Ladies' Aid society netted a sum of thirty dollars. Mrs. Matie Christopher and daughter, Mary Ann from Waukesha, Wisconsin, is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Hof. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson and family of Alta, Iowa, spent last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Mrs, PrispiHa ghafler, who suffered a broken Jup )n an auto accident several weefea &go, is epiar recovered as to be to be up anj around. Waitfi, who has spent several the Needs of Mill! The lotp-prtced automobile tiai brought greater opportunity and added hourt of recreation, to million! of mew and women. B ECAUSE the automobile is such an important factor in the lives and prosperity of so many people, the purpose of the Ford Motor Company is something more than the mere manufacture of a motor car. There is no service in simply setting up a machine or a plant and letting it turn out goods. The service extends into every detail of the business — design, production, the wages paid and the selling price. All are a part of the plan. The Ford Motor Company looks upon itself as charged with making an automobile that will meet the needs of millions of people and to provide it at a low price. That is its mission. That is its duty and its obligation to the public. The search for better ways of doing things is never-ending. There is cease- le«8, untiring effort to find new methods "'*• ft ' fi '" . that wflj save steps and mcnt In the methods of the day before. Hard work usually finds the way. Once it was thought impossible to caul gray iron by the endless chain method. All precedent was against it and every previous experiment had failed. But fair prices to the public demanded that wasteful methods be eliminated. Finally tha way was found. Abetter way of making axle shafts saved thirty-six million dollars in four years. A new method of cutting crankcases reduced the cost by $500,000 a year. Tho perfection of a new machine saved a, similar amount on such a little thing one bolt. Then electric welding v vcloped to make many bolts; and to increase structural jEtrenj Just a little while i »h «u«»f •Unav*f>**• aid new me te in manufacturing. The Ford plants i, in reaUmya great mechanical BJWV IM'&.l/W *' ', > ' t?f ?' ' , '•' * '' see and snore the progress made. » *"" The greatest progress comes by never atandingfctill. • Today'a methods,.however , successful, can never he taken as wholly 'right. They represent simply the best efforts of the moment. Tomorrow must bring an improve- ", . .-W iWW\,r Y*« x-l—M*- -T thousands of ^workers and sa^ money in the manufacture All % of thepeUWng", * fe; interest of \the gjb^benpfils* of reliable, i economical ™^ transportation; raay -be k placed within the melnVTtff ""every s one. FORD MOTOll COMPANY weeks In Canada and other points, returned home last week. She accompanied friends from Independence. William Shultz has returned home from the hospital in Port Dodge. Mr. Shultz was operated on for acute appendicitis about three weeks ago. Mrs. Gordon Hibbard and daughter, Carlene of Humboldt spent Friday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Masterson, north of LuVerne. Rev. H. A. Reyman and family left Saturday for a two weeks' vacation and outing at Lake Okoboji. They will attend the Bible conference in session at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Ellifiitz and little daughter, Bonnie, Lee, are visiting with his mother and brother in Alton, Illinois. They will also visit in Kansas City, Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Woito and daughter, Elinor Mae, returned home Monday after a several days' visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold V/olto at Lawton, Iowa. Harry Lichty drove to North Platte, Nebraska, Sunday to accompany Mrs. Lichty, and their son DeRae, home. They have been visiting the past two weeks with her mother, Mrs. J. V. Robinson. Rev. and Mrs. A. J, Koonce and children returned last Wednesday from Cedar Palls, where they were in attendance at the conference held there. They left again the latter part of the week for a two weeks' vacation. George Block was in town a few hours Friday. He has been the past two months with his daughter, Mrs. June Krause and family in Winnebago, Minnesota, and is now with hi& sou, Prank Block near Forest City. Mrs. Wm. Bigings received several cuts and bruises Sunday when she stepped into a hole between the landing and the first step of the cellar. Several stitches were taken to close the wounds on her arms. She is getting along nicely at this time. Mr. and Mrs. W, P. Godfrey and daughters, Ruby and Florence, left on Sunday morning for Claremont, Missouri, to visit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. 0. 0. Anderson and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey and Ruby returned Friday but Florence remained for a two weeks' visit. A filling station has been erected north of the building recently purchased by Wm7 Ramus and is In charge of Arthur Ramus. The building has been repaired an4 the lower rooms will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus, Jr., will move into the upstairs rooms. The Camp Fire girls gave a vaudeville and movie at the Strand theatre Friday evening. The picture was "Almost Human" and the vaudeville consisted of several numbers and music. The money received will be used by the oiganlzation to furnish their club room, which is In the basement of the LuVerne State Bank. Mrs. Peter Larson of Goldfleld received a fractured leg and numerous cuts and bruises when the car in which she was riding collided with the car driven by Mrs. James Johnson last Tuesday morning. The accident happened about three miles southeast of LuVerne at the Biegger corner. The Larson car was driven by Jennie Larson and was traveling west on the graveled road and Mrs. Johnson was go- Ing south, and they came together at the intersection. The Larson car was overturned and badly dauaged. Miss Larson received cuts and bruises and Mrs. Johnson and her daughter, Armintha, escaped uninjured. Mrs, Larson was taken to the Algona hospital. H, W, POST Dray and Transfer Phone 298, Algona, low* Long Distance Hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. 82-tf Bargains USED CARS '29 Chevrolet G sedan 1926 Star tudor 1926 Master Buick coach 1929 Ford tudor. 1928 Chev. 4 truck. Buick 4-cyl. sedan. 1929 Chev. 6 truck 2-1925 Ford tudors 1926 Chevrolet coach Ford truck OIL AND GREASE Kohlhaas Bros. Phone 200 Algona, Iowa.
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