The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1930 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 8, 1930
Page 10
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Hie Upper Des Moines-RepubUcan, October 8,1030 ALGONA TROUNCED WHITTEMORE1TOO Game Was Played in One Hour aif<f %re6 Minutes : at Local Park. ; j ; . ffrnf _,,..„. HAD WORLD SERIES BROADCAST AT GAME. Vliison Singled to Center, Scoring Mcriz for Lone Tally of Game in i Second Inning. In one of the fastest baseball games ever played in Algona the local team defeated Whittemore Sunday by the score of one to nothing. The game was not started until after the world series broadcast which was listened to by a crowd of enthusiastic fans. The Kossuth Radio & Electric Company install ed a Majestic radio for the game at the park. The lone score of the local game Cftnie in the second inning when Mertz got on base UifbugH '-• an error and Virison singled ;io center field driving him in to the plate. Whittemore got two men on bases in the eighth Inning but-a'double'play, Butler to Bonham to Scanlan, stopped the rally. . The pitching of Kuecker for Whittemore was the feature of the game He allowed but three hits and fanned six Algona batters. Cayou for Algona fanned eleven and gave six hits but kept them pretty well scattered The game was played in one hour and three minutes which is pretty near record time for baseball. An enthusiastic crowd witnessed the game and were well ; satisfied that they received their m6ney's worth] Trie local team will play Ledyard here next,Sunday and a good crowd should turn out for the game. The box score of the Algbna-Whit- temore game Is as follows: ALGONA-^ AB R H SH PO A E Scanlan, 3b ..3 00023 Marty, cf ..". 3 0 Watts, If 3 0 •Lauritzen, 2b 3 0 Mertz, ss 2 1 Bonham, 3b, 3 Butler, c 3 CaydU, p 2 Total 24 WHITTEMORE— Eehnke, ss 4 'J. : Baas,"cf '•*.• 4 Kuecker, p 4 Bargman, c 4 Kenne, If 4 Farrell, 3b 3 0 Elbert, 2b 3 0 Nellis, rf 3 0 Braatz, Ib 3 0 Total ....32 0 0 12 1 0 3 27 0 24 10 Cayou struck out 11, Kuecker'struck , hit two (Scanlan, and Win- Double plays, Butler to.Bonham j: Scanlan, Behkne to Elbert to 3raate. Runs batted in Vinson. Runs not earned. Left on bases, Algona 4, Whittemore 5. Umpire was Kinsey. <• Tie Weather Report for tiie Past Week. The -weather report for the week Is as follows: High Low Wednesday 72 44 Thursday, rain .58 73 52 Friday, rain .17 .......61 51 Saturday 71 36 Sunday:!.,..; 68 57 Monday? ........, 64 51 Tuesday, rain .34 62 B4 Miss Helen Stiles Is spending this week at the Joe Arndorfer home. Mrs. Susie Engler spent a few days the home of Mrs. Sarah Wise. ! enjoying a vacation of three days be- I cause of the Golden Jubilee and the bazaar which will be held at the academy hall this week. Miss Lenore Lane of DeKalb, Illinois, spent the wf>?% entf with her Iriend. Miss Julia Coady. Miss Lane is a sister of Mrs. George Winkle of the Whitmore neighborhood. "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hofius are spending a week visiting relatives ir North Dakota. An uncle of Mrs. Hofius lives at Fargo and they a^o visited relatives at Aberdeen. Guests at the Frank Hofius horns last week Thursday for dinner wer? Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hofius. who are leaving soon for Florida. Mrs. Maymr Hofius, Hurt, Messrs, and Mesdnmes Garret and Claude Dearchs. The parent-teachers' meeting for district No. 4, which was postponed on account of the rainy weather, will b3 held at the Glen Jenkinson home on Friday evening, October 10. This is the first meeting of the school year and election of officers will take place. A group of neighbors came in on» evening last week and surprised Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gould, it being their thirty-fourth wedding anniversary. Dancing and cards wer e the entertainment of the evening. Lunch was served from well filled baskets brought by the guestfl. Sunday evening the Louis Bode, Sam Zentner and Glen Jenkinson families drove to Lone Rock to spend the evening at the Eugene Hofius home. It was Mr. Hofius' birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jones and Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson of Lone Rock and Charles Graham of Algona .ver° also guests. Dinner guests the sam day were Mrs. Mayme Hofius and the Lloyd Elston family of Hurt. y&XXW&Ot^^ i SEXTON NEWS. | <a®®B®®iy>^^ Rev. and Mrs. Clifton of Burt were Sexton callers Monday. Leo Miller was operated on for appendicitis Friday at the Kossuth hospital. LeeRoy Burger spent the week end at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield of Irvington took dinner at the A. L. Greenfield home Wednesday. The Sexton ladies' aid is giving a chicken supper and bazaar at the Sexton hall Thursday, October 16. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter, Edith, were Sunday evening callers at the home of Mr. a.nd Mrs. Mack Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wadjeigh and family went to the southern part of Kansas for a few weeks' visit with her sister recently. Melvin Olsen, Loyal Young and family and Cliff Hoover and family took Sunday dinner at the M. E. Hoover home at Burt. Mrs. Walter Lorenz and brother, Robert Reilly, were Wednesday even- Ing visitors at the home of their sister, Mrs. F. M. Brethorst Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aman and family of Blue Earth, Minnesota, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A, H. McMurray and the Joseph Balk family. Mrs. Ray Thomas of Iowa City came Monday afternoon to.Wesley, where her mother, Mrs. George Olsen met her. She will visit a week or so with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Brethorst and ittle granddaughter, Harriet, spent Sunday with their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Brethorst, living near Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. McMurray and children, Faye, Betty and Bobby, were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F .M. Brethorst to see the new baby. Arlene Brethorst was taken ill Wednesday in Algona where she is attend- ng high school and was unable to at- #nd school the rest of the week. She was better Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger of Titonka, and Mr. and jire^Martln Hinders and ;win daughters,";tPoris and Delores of Woden were Sunday dinner guests at ^wtfywwwwwwwyvw^^ at astotindinqlu lou)prices To see the new Autumn Furniture fashions is to realize that never before has so much beauty, utility, and craftmanship been embodied in the hundreds of new arrivals ready for your selection at our large store. Besides, prices are the lowest in many years—and quality as high as ever. 2'Piece Parlor Suite •where they spent the week end with Mrs. Lloyd Steven' who is in the University hospital after a serious operation two weeks ago. She will be there a few weeks more. Mi. and Mrs. Steven, Lloyd and Mrs Wise returned home late Sunday evening. the past week with her cousin, Mrs.' Prank Hofius. Chester Bailey is having two stacks of alfalfa hay baled. The Butterfield crew from Irvington Is doing the work. The Charles Culbertson and Vern Rutledge families were hosts and hostesses to a dance at the Sexton hall last Saturday evening, Mr. an<i Mrs .Soren Didricksen of Britt were guests Sunday at the B»n Gould home. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Scr- enson and daughter, Frances, were also guests. Mr. and Mra. Otto DeVauer and children of Allison were visiting at the Carl Paetz home over Sunday. Mr. De- Vauer is a brother of Mrs. Paetz. Miss Pearl Steven, teacher In tho Rudd public schools, accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, and brother, Lloyd Steven, and Mrs. Sarah Wise to Iowa City to visit with Mrs. Lloyd Steven, who Is in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. P ,M. Brethorst are the proud parents of a baby girl born last week Tuesday morning. The little one weighed about eight and one,half pounds and was named Shirley Pupils of St. Cecelia's academy are | Ann. Mother and babe are doing fine. Nell Wise is caring for the mother and The crack of the bat—the smack of the pigskin—clear as in a grandstand seat—with a Coronado Radio, less tubes.—Gamble Stores. 1 baby. Mr .and Mrs. Harvey Steven and $99 no Mrs. Sarah Wise and Lloyd Steven left 17 i early Saturday morning for Iowa City Novel, Clever, Trims •- The New Vogue in Fall Hats $3.95 $5.00 $5.95 Never were Parisian designers so generous with trimmings, so delightfully original in use of colors "j an,d contrasting materials. In the latest design and the best construction, selling at $65.00 •I Lamp, End Table and Silk Pillow FREE with every suite. 3'Piece Bedroom Suite Genuine Walnut veneer, Bed, Vanity and Chest, selling at $62.50 SPRING AND MATTRESS FREE. LAMPS Ten lamps up to $13.50 while they last for $5,00 BED Spring and Mattress $1575 $82,00 Beautiful 8-piece dining room Suite, •walnut veneer RUGS 9x12 Axminster rug__-__ $29.75 9x12 (Stenciled rug _ _ $18.50 9x12 Armstrong Felt base rug _$8.75 12 ft. Linoleum, per sq. yd. _85c-$1.00 j « Free Truck Delivery Foster's Furniture wbwwwuwwjwu^^ Mrs. Harvey Johnson and children, Betty and Harold were Algona shoppers last Saturday. Bobby Beemer and Winston Schroder have been sick the past week, having the chicken pox. Mrs. Laura Penny spent several days last week at Northwood, where she visited at the home of an aunt, Raymond Meyer has returned to his duties as clerk at the Woodworth drug store after a two weeks' illness. Mrs. Wm. E. Ley will entertain the Presbyterian Ladies' Missionary society at her home next Thursday afternoon. John Smith and family enjoyed a visit last Friday and Saturday from John's cousin, Walter Graff of Rice- Ville. Miss Doris McCoy of Bancroft spent a few days here last week as a guest at the home of her friend, Mrs. Henry Mitchell. The rally day program given by the Sunday School pupils at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening was well attended. John and James Smith enjoyed a visit of several days last week from their mother, Mrs. Mayme E. Smith of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Goodnow and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. M. Winter of Mason City spent the week end here visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laabs were at Lone Rock last Wednesday where they attended the funeral services of Mr. Lnabs' sister, who passed away after being ill for several months. The young people's society of the Presbyterian church are planning on going to a Christian Endeavor soclt'ty convention which will be held at Rolfe next Friday and Saturday. Miss Freda Jager, who has been employed at the Ideal cafe for several years, left the first of the week for a vacation trip which she will spend with a sister and two brothers, who live in j St. Paul. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Murray were called to Buffalo Center Saturday afternoon when woru was received that this doctor's brother, Ray, had been badly injured when a horse kicked him In the faco. Eldon Sachs left last week for Olwein where he was to visit at the home of his brother, Arthur. He also expected to visit at Cedar Falls and to take in the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe took their son, Adolph, Jr., four years of age, to Rochester last Tuesday where he was operated on Wednesday for a growth which has caused him considerable trouble since birth. Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson Is enjoying a visit from her brother, Henry Lienemann, who arrived here last Wednesday. His home is at Neodesha, Kansas. He had just returned from a trip to Seattle, Washington. Mrs. John Meyer, Jr., had an accident last Thursday which caused her considerable paid. Stfe 'had put a squash in the oven to bake and when trying to cut it to serve, It exploded and the hot squash, flew into her face burning it quite badly. The officers and teachers of the Presbyterian Sunday School entertained the young married people at a party in the church parlors last Friday evening. Games were played an<j a lunch was served. At this time if was also decided to have a class for the young married people. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Winter and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ogren spent a few days last week at Shenandoah, where they visited at the home of an invalid aunt, who will" soon be ninety-three years of age. They also had the pleasure of visiting both the Field and May broadcasting stations.. Philip, the eight year old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Miissman, was brought home Friday from the hospital at Algona where he had been for the past six weeks. Philip has been having more than his share of trouble. He was taken to the hospital and op-' erated on for ruptured appendix, then he had pneumonia and then an ab- cess formed on his lung, which had to be tapped. He Is getting along nicely now. Wants, For Sale, Etc. A happy and prosperous farm home on every farm is the object of the Kossuth county farm bureau. Make the week of October 6 to 11 a real "Grow and Gain Week" by joining the farm bureau. 17 ONIONS—Red and Yellow Globe, first class quality.—Merle Wellendorf. 17-18* FOR SALE—Mahogany bed room suite. Inquire of 230, Upper Des Moines-Republican. 17 FOR SALE—26 used shredders, 12 tractors, 4 plows, 3 recutters, 3 elevators, one seven year old Case steamer, J. B. hammer mills, corn pickers.— Mielke, New Hampton, Iowa. 17-18 FOR SALE—Potatoes—Ray McWhorter, Burt, Iowa. 17-18* WANTED — Dressmaking, — Mary Schultz, 602 South Thorington St. 17* FOR SALE—Good 1925 Ford coupe. Call 665-J. 16* FARM TENANTS—If you are inter- terested in acquiring a farm home of your own in this county or nearby, with possession on March 1st, next, on yearly payments like rental, see or write F. W. Rulliffson, Algona Hotel, Algona, Iowa, Special Representative Annis & Rohllng Company, Council Bluffs, Iowa. 17-18* FOR SALE—Large Burch' electric pop corn machine. For two operators. —N. C. Rice, Phone 141. 15-tf BORROW MONEY—I have a few hundred dollars to loan on town property in good condition.—0. A. Momyer. 14 Money to loan on town property. M. P. Haggard, Algona, Iowa. 13-tf As I am leaving this part of the country I am putting a modern seven room house and lot up for sale. Will sell at great sacrifice. The property Is all clear and conveniently located.—W. W. Pixler, Algona, Iowa. Phone 420. 9-tl "Algona's Wife Saving Station."— Kirch's Laundry. Phone 267. 50-tl FARM LOANS AT 6%% INTEREST City residences and farms for sale, List your property with us. MURTAGH BROTHERS. Licensed Real Estate Brokers. The GOSSARD line of beauty One of life's little tragedies is being "waist-less" in this season of moulded- to-the-figure fashions. Accept defeat? Never! Feminine cunning knows a way —it suggests a Gossard foundation! Gossards fit like custom made—mould- ing your figure to lovely lines without sacrificing one bit of cherished comfort. There's a Gossard garment for you—at the price you want to pay. AboA'e, a dainty hook-around of fancy batiste and pliable ..elastic. Pink. Priced at more Below, another Gossard hook-around! Of pink crepe de chine and rayon elastic—which extends two inches above C AA 5 the waist line „_„_• J * UV You will like our new corsetiere, Miss Bernico Kerr because she is a charmiig young lady in addition to knowing "her corsets. "We offer you here, a real corset fitting service, backed by our guarantee satisfaction with every sale. Take advantage of this big city-store corset service. WWtfWVWWV^^

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