The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1931 · Page 12
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The Upper 8 Deis Moines-Eepublican, May 13,1031 ALGONA IS SIXTH IN FT. DODGE MEET Cfetzmeyer of Emmetsburg / Scored Twenty-Nine Points for his Team. TWELVE LOCAL BOYS TOOK PART IN MEET Was Held at Night and Was largest District Track Meet Held In the State With Fastest Time. Algona high school placed sixth Friday night at the Fort Dodge district track meet out of forty entries. Twenty of the entries placed in the meet. Cretzmeyer of Emmetsburg- was a Whole track team hi himself, scoring twenty-nine of his team's 33 points. He won five firsts, breaking three records and scoring twenty-nine of his team's thirty-three points. Coach Aubrey Bonliam took twelve 1 boys to the meet. The time of this meet was the fastest of any district 1 meet throughout the state niid the meet was the largest oiie of its kind .in the state. team won third place. They were a little ways behind the Jefferson team, which won at the Drake relays. A large crowd witnessed the meet and those from Agona were very well satisfied with the showing of the local boys. The track season was ended with this meet. Eleven boys won letters and two won numerals. Thirteen out of sixteen boys will be back next year for another good team. Algona won three straight meets this year being well balanced for competition under ft dozen schools. The records under competition for the past yetir made by the boys nre: 100 yard dash—Cretzmeyer 10:0, Fort Dodge. Williams, 10:5, Webster City. 220 yard dash—Cretzmeyer, 23 :B, Fort Dodge. 440 yard dash—D. Cowan, .56, Webster City. 880 yard run—Moore, 2:11, Fort Dodge. Mile run—Hargreaves, 5:09, Webster City. Shot put—K. Cowan, 41 feet Al- peared hi one of last week's Tribune Capitals. Mr. and Mrs. Goeders wer In Des Moines Wednesday and Thurs day of last week attending the meet Ing. gona meet. Discus—K. -.ler City. Cowan, 102 feet, Web- Relay Team Third. Algona placed two men in the finals of the hundred yard dash. Cretzmeyer of Algona, a cousin of the one from Emmetsburg, ran second in the fastest heat of tlie day in the 200 yard dash, which was the sixth heat. He WPS unfortunate in drawing for the semifinals in that he drew the first heat and had only eight minutes rest between races. He lost out in the semifinals by only a few inches however. Williams placed second in the broad Jump with the second best jump in the state. Cretzmeyer of Emmetsburg placed first. Williams jumped 20 feet four Inches. Cowan went into the finals of the pole vault qualifying at ten feet. The local half mile relay We specialize in wedding graphs. Prices reasonable.- Art Studio. photo-Algona 48 High jump—Ostrum, 5 feet 3 Inches, Webster City. Broad jump—Williams, 20 feet 5 in- hes, Cedar Falls and 20 feet 4 inches, ort Dodge. Pole vault—D. Cowan, 10 feet, Fort 3odge. 440 yard relay—Algona meet, 47:5. 880 yard relay—Fort Dodge meet. Mile relay—Algona meet, 3:56. LOCAL NEWS. Andrew Jasperson came Saturday from Glendale, California, to spend the summer with his sister, Mrs. H. L. McCorkle, and his brother, Elmer, nt Lone Rock. Mi', and Mrs. Al Falkenhalner, D. A. Haggard and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer drove to Mason City today to attend the funeral of Will F. Muse, editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette who died last week In San Antonio. County Clerk Orton has picked up several flint arrow heads and a small O. J. Stephenson was down from Fenton last Friday attending to busl ness matters and greeting his many oli friends here. Mr. Stephenson and hi son have developed a pretty good busl ness in their general store since moving to Fenton a few years ago. Algona los one of her best men when "Steve"' lo rated nt Fenton. Mrs. John Lamuth and daughter Esther, motored to Fort Dodge Friday evening with Miss Mary Shields am her father in the latter's car. Miss Shields' home is in Fort Dodge, where she spent the week end. Mrs. Lamuth visited nt the home of her daughter Mrs. Wm. Ryno. where on Sunday she wns guest, of honor nt a Mother's Day dinner, which was held at the Ryno home. The board of directors of the Algona base ball club resigned last week. The resignation came following the refusal of the local ball team to go into the southern Minnesota and northern Iowa base ball league. The club is this season being operated in the same manner as last. Stewart McFadden is the manager and booking agent and Aubrey Bonham, high school athletic coach, is secretary and treasurer. The directors who resigned were M. J. Pool, C. R. LaBarre, J. W. Kelly, F. W. Wehler and Dr. F. C. Scanlan. UNION NEWS. Cold and Rainy Weather Last Week. Algona and vicinity had quite a cold spell last week and also mucl % rainfall. This week the weather has turned warm again bringing joy to the hearts of everyone. High Low Wednesday 42 29 Thursday 43 28 Friday 45 31 Saturday, rain .11 50 Sunday, rain .24 54 Monday, rain .11 50 Tuesday 65 38 44 43 43 Contractors Erecting New Work Building. George H. and D. E. Miller, local contractors and builders, are erecting a work and mill shop and office on their ot back of the Botsford Lumber Company. They recently purchased the ot from Mrs. Agnes Tibbetts. The wilding will be 24 by 86 feet with a brick front and tiled walls. The bulld- n;- will have four rooms and Is to be finished within the next two or thice veeks. DRESS SALE Algona Markets. Jorn Oats larley Hogs $ .44 22 30 6.00 ' . Kens ............................ io-.l3 oosters ........................ 07-.09 skinning flake on his acreage south of ;own recently when he was plowing preparatory to setting out some grape"'-~ J -—-•-- strawberries and _ raspberries, other small fruit. A picture of D. H. Goeders together with other members of the recently organized fish and game commission ap- gWW™*™*™^^ May We introduce, Please ... 130's Two-Ply Or, in Plainer Words, the Finest Voile Ever Woven! Of Course, It's a NELLY DON Achievement at this Small Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harrison and baby were visitors at the home of Wm.'s mother, Mrs. Gertie Harrison on Monday. Orvlllc Dixon and one of the children were taken ill with intestinal flu Tuesday. Mr. Dixon is employed on the Chester Bailey farm. Pupils in District No. 4 enloyed a holiday last Friday. The pupils were to have two days' vacation. They took one last Friday and the other one they will have this week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode and their children drove to Fort Dodge Sunday where they were dinner guests at the William H. Ryno home. It was a Mother's Day event. Mesdames Bode and Ryno are sisters. Glen Strayer, who farmed last year north of the Black Cat Creek, gave up farming and is now employed by Ray McWhotter^ Mr. and Mrj. Strayer moved to the McWhorter tenant house this last week. Previous to that they had rooms In Algona. A number of people from this locality attended a party last Friday even- Ing which was given at the shelter house In the Call State Park by the Henry Nelson and John Mahoney families in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Faulkner, who are here from Chicago visiting relatives. Cards and dancing furnished the evening's entertainment. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank entertained Sunday In honor of Mrs. Cruikshank's mother, Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson of Cresco township. Monday was the birthday of Mrs. Jenkinson, so that event and Sunday being Mother's Day, they celebrated it all In one by having the following relatives at dinner, besdles the honoree, Those present were W. F. Jenkinson, son, Lou, of Cresco; James Cruikshank, of Union; Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gardner and son, Ronald; Mr and Mrs. Stan- iley Garnder, Plum Creek; and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson and family of Union. The friends of Mrs. Jenkinson will be pleased to learn that she was able to recover from her recent sickness enough to make a trip to her daughter's home for such a memorable occasion. Hospital News. Joan Lee Bleich, five weeks old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bleich, Algona, medical and Mrs. Galloway, Corwith, medical. Price of 95 5 CHRISCHILLES & HERBST \ WWWMWfJW^ . . . > BANCROFT NEWS. Kxt&y&xasix^^ R. E. Hutton was a business visitor at Spencer Tuesday. S. Conlon of Fort Dodge visited on Sunday at the home of his brother Adelbert and family. John Bergman purchased the Earl Klnsey residence Friday. The purchase price was $600. Herman Hatton of Breese, Illinois arrived Saturday for a visit at the Mrs. Joseph Hatton home . Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Fangman and children of Alta visited Sunday at the M. J. Dyer and Frank Fangman homes. Mrs. Lena Meyers will entertain the women's Catholic Missionary association at her home Wednesday afternoon. R. E. Hutton returned Sunday from Des Moines where he attended a meeting of the Iowa editors. The convention was held at Hotel Fort Des Moines. Fred Becker of Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Johnson of Mason City visited last Wednesday at the Mrs. Peter Becker and A. H. Foth homes. Another community farm bureau meeting was held at the public school Tuesday evening, May 12th. M. Johnson of Eagle township was the speaker of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brink and daughter, Helen of Waterloo visited a few days last week at the Mrs. J. H. Welp and Bernard Brink homes. Mr. Brink conducts a grocery store at Waterloo. Olaf Olson and daughter, Hattte, drove to Minneapolis where they will attend the graduation exercises of their daughter and sister, Alice, who will complete her course in nurses' training. Executor's Sale of Real Estate. In order to close the estate of L. K. Strom the undersigned executor will offer for sale at public auction on the 26th day of May, 1931, at two o'clock p. m. the North Half (N'/z) of Lot One (1), Block Forty-two (42) of the Original Plat of Algona, Iowa. Sale will be held on premises. This property consists of a well located corner lot with frame house, partly modern, renting for Twenty Dollars ($20.00) per month. Terms One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) cash balance in thirty days, when abstract will be delivered showing good title, free from all liens and encumbrances. Subject to right of tenant in possession. No lease. 48-40 M. P. CHRISTIANSEN, Executor. Lulu Richards and Florence Miller, local telephone operators, visited at the home of then- parents, the C. W. Millers, Thursday. Their niece, Jennie Stauffacher, who spent the past week here, returned home with them. Mrs. Kate Bolster and son, William, drove up from Waterloo last Wednesday. William returned Thursday and Mrs. Bolster will remain for a more extended visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Stauder and family. The senior class play, "Only Sally Ann," which was held Sunday even- in St. John's auditorium, was attended by a large crowd. The play, a three act comedy, was well acted by the cast. Music was furnished by St-., John's orchestra. Peter J. Nemmers of Cedar Rapids is visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. John Nemmers and other local relatives. He is also looking after his farm here and plans the construction of a new corn crib and granary in the near future. THREE DAYS Thursday, Friday and Saturday MAY 14-15-16 The 2-for-$15.00 dress sale is a semiannual event of such importance'lks v to command the attention of every thrifty woman. This is not a "money-making" but a genuine clearance sale. Over 100 High Grade Silk Dresses Will Be Sold in 3 Days We offer 100 new, this spring dresses— garments that sold at $11.75, $15.00 and $19.75 — in all sizes and mostly dark shades (no new sumfrner dresses are included) your unrestricted choice 2 DRESSES $15 Kindly come prepared to buy two dresses, as the success of this sale depends on the selling of two garments. Extra, experienced salespeople will give you courteous, painstaking attention, but we warn you — there will be a crowd, so make some allowance for certain rules we have for the protection of our customers. No dresses sold before Thursday, May 14th. Be on hand earlf Thursday and up to ten o'clock Saturday night— the biggest dress sale of ' WWVWVWArtAWVVV vwwwwwywwv^^^ WANTED—Experienced woman for general house work. Middle aged preferred.—Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, Algona, Iowa. 48 WANTED—Horses for pasture. Has spring water. Phone 25F3.—John Loss. 48* Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in N. E. Kossuth county. Wonderful opportunity. Make $8 to $20 daily. No experience or capital needed. Write today.—McNess Co., Dept. L., Freeport, Illinois. 48* !1±AYSTOJLOOK WELL" Free! During May Sale 16th to 29th 1 pair grass shears with each lawn mower at $7.25. 5-8" garden hose PC ft. Tube repair kit 5c. 10 t[t. pail 9c Gamble stores. 43 Have your photo taken at the Algona Art Studio. 48 aster Barbers of Algona Following Prices in Effect today at Undersigned Shops Shave _ Shampoo Massage _. Neck C'ip ________ 25c Neck Shave _ _ _ 25c Ba* -------- ;;;,; 25c ASSOCIATION «•.,. D „ i o. I bhilts Bros. Barber Shop CLASSIFIED ADS. The rato per word for advertisements in this column is 2c paid in advance, 3c if charged. Oa*h must accompany all mail orders, Initials count HH one word. Minimum charge, 25c. FOH RENT—Garden, plowed and dragged. Will rent on share basis.—Dr. L. G. Baker. 48- l 9 FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping and one sleeping room. CIS East Lucas St. 4fj FOR SALE—One used Frigldalre.— Bert Brown, Livennore, Iowa. 48-51 When in need of electrical work call 44G. Work guaranteed and charges reasonable.—W. H. Horan, North Dodgo Street. 43 FR SALE—Tomato and cabbage plants. Fine hardy planls. Ponderosa, Early Heels and Ox Hearts, right from the hot beds. —Jnrnes Wagoner 402 East Call Street, Algona, Iowa. 48-49 WANTED—Salesman to call on merchants in Kossuth ana neighboring counties. 43* A WARNING—Take notice. Disregarding stop signs will not be tolerated. Anyone falling to comply will be dealt with according to law.—O. P. Specht, Mayor of Algona, Iowa. 48 FOB BUNT—The west part of the Young duplex house. Call 316-J. 48* Reliable party wanted to handle Watklns products in Algona. Customers established. Excellent opportunity for the right man. Write at once. The J. R. Watkins Company, D71, "winon.t, Minn. 48* Eat at Patti's Cafeteria, Des Moines most famous restaurant. Liberal portions, reasonable prices, restful accommodations. Always good music. 616 Locust (Strand Theatre Bldg.) 48 Learn Beauty Culture. Any girl with limited means and ordinary ability can double her income In a few months. Write for free catalog. .Iowa School of Beauty Culture, 615 Walnut, Des Moines. 4a FOR SALE—1929 6 cylinder Chevrolet truck with steel dump body of 3 yards. Worth $300. $175.00 cash price If taken at once.—F. Kluss, Phone 34-15 Fenton. 48-49* Rooms for rent in accredited rooming house at Cerlnr Falls to girls attending .summer school.— S. S. Snyclev, 2512 Walnut St. 47-48* FOR SALE—Golden King and Kossuth Reliance seed corn, $1.95 bushel. Two highest yielders. Shelled, graded and tested. Bags ffee.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 47-48* Used cars, tires and parts at the Sales Barn.—Corey Auto Co., Phone 563. 47 Ex-service men and dependents of World War. Do you know your rights? Pensions, compensafyonsj, , Insurance, hospitalization, soldiers' homes, bonus, funeral expense, etc. Methods of obtaining these and other benefits covered In our manual. One dollar.— Service Men's Service, Jackson, Miss. 46-49 Painting and Decorating. Estimates gladly given. Phone 778.—Harry Baker. 43-tf Old floors made new with electilc floor sender.—William Aman, Phone. 456. 43-tf Silver King ana Golden King seed; corn for sale. These are the two high, yielding varieties for northern Iowa,— F. 8. Thompson, phone 26F12, Algona. 45-48: FOB RENT—6 room house, practically modern.—Guy Mantor. 41-tf "Algona's Wife Saving Station."— Kirch's Laundry. Phone 267. 50-tt County plat books for sale at the Upper Des Molnes-Republlcan office, only a few left. 32-tf FAI11M LOANS AT 5 y t % INTEREST City residences and farms for sale. List your property with us. MURTAGII BROTHERS. Licensed Real Estate Brokers. Four burner gasoline range with oven.—Mrs. Bert Deal. 45-tf FOR RENT—Small lighted and. heated office room in Iowa State Bank bldg. See A. L. Peterson. 44-t£ Big Vaudeville Dance WHITTEMQRJB, U. FRIDAY, MAY 15 Everybody invited. 48* Exceptionally Reasonable Our prices -are very reasonable. The reason for this is simple, and we are pleased to have this opportunity of making it clear. The splendid quality of our service has made many friends for us. Naturally, there are many calls for our service. These many calls cut down our overhead, enabling us to offer a fine modern service at a particular!" reasonable price. MERRJTT FUNERAL HOME "jyiwqys J\l Superior Seruice" 403E.M9GREGOR East of Centra I Hi^h School PHON^ll DAY OR NIGHT

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