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?'•><:•?<• ,*"'/,* \" 'n.^'-vi $ ( . Dee Meitifs, LOTTS CREEK RUNS MflTTER AS ALGONA WINS, .K B? tec Savior fwhlie partisan .fans contributed thcit' Hit to" provide a proper atmosphere for the game, the Al- gSna K. G. baseball team and the Lip) Creek nine 'battled through a»frtinc'lnnin>g N game here Sunday, With Algona handing the Checkers their first loss in the Kbssuth League, 6 to 3. ; It was a good contest, all the way. Kajcwski went the route lor Algona on the mound, and after a bad third-inning in which he 'walked four men, including otic run over the plate, he steadied down and hurled three-hit ba)L / ' .Algona led all the way,-but not without a struggle. ; Winkel Bangs Triple : Lotts Creek went down in order, to open the game, but Don Winkel tripled in Algona's half it; the first frame, and scored on ift error. •'•{*ln the second, Algona added iw'o more. Kajcwski singled to left and Quinn singled to right, icoring Kajewski. Wittkopf bobbled Ctordy WinlccTs roller and Quinn scored. "RBut at this stage Lolts Creek £arnc to life. Baas, Wtitkopf fefitl Meyer all walked, and when iCUcckcr did the same, Baas scor- £cT'tKc visitor's first run. ifBradlcy singled -and came hjSmc in the fifth when Froeh- pch' sent him around with a safe Single. V> Gilbride a Hero 'V'Tlie seventh and eighth frames were each potential disaster for Algona, but Lotts Creek was held td' a single run in each inning, with two men dying on base in the seventh. Louis Gilbride saved'the day in the eighth when lie m-ide the catch of the season, Spearing a line drive from Baas with one hand, a sure triple had itigonc by him, and with a try- ins run on 'base, i ]!-ilH'Algona's half .of the eighth Quinn, after his fourth straight hit, scored, and G. Winkel also cahic home to sew up the con- to's't. ! -Errors, coupled with mi inability to smack 'ho old apple, provided the margin of victory. AU'bna. hammered Kueckcr and Leudtke for ten safe blows. ; vBox score: ' : Lolt* Creek (3) , AB. H. Baas, 3b .- 4 2 Witlpokf, ss 3 0 Wichtendahl, c 5 0 Meyer, cf ...—— 3 0 KuV-kcr; "p-lf ——3 0 Leudtke. If-p — — 3 0 Long, 113 r-r- * 1 . Gross. 2b ———-I- 3 0 nuhnkc, rf,',-—- r r- 4 0 iFlrocaiieh, s's' -j-^ W.atts, 2b'_„--—.Mv Kajcwski, p _..—. 4 Winter, rf......-^—, 3 Qiiinn. cf .---u-_ 7 -- 4 ; Gilbride, : If '...„-— ; 4 37 1, 0 0 1 0 2 0 t •» wi '4 : % BUnT, LOTTS CREEK TO • , 1BE FEATUftE ilEXT WEEK , :Burtj tied for second place, will Jay at Lotts Creek, next Sunday, .in the f.eaturo. game of the (day. Lone Rock goes to Cori-with, Ledyard is at Wesley, and iAlgona travels to St Joe. :;Othor games last Sunday found •Burt defeating St. Joe, 11, to 0, "Ledyard hammered Corwith 10 to' 5i and Wesley Tapped Lone Rock, 7 to 2. -•..-. TT**m W. L. Lotts Creek ..,„•„,——10 1 Algona .,.',_;—."----— 8 3 Burt <„-,'-----• T-— 8 3 St. Joe ———— 5 6 Wesley -,- -- 4 6 fLedyard - 3 6 Lone Rock ., — 3 8 Corwith - . —2 10 Judge Stillman Rcnominated To Post District Judge G. W, Stillman of Algona, and District Judge Fred M. Hudson of Pocahontas were rcnominated for re-election in the biennial republican con-- vcntion of the 14th judicial dis; trict held here last Thursday, The two incumbents were the only candidates presented to the attorneys from the eight counties in this district which met at Em' metsburg last week,, •The district has three judges, Harry Narey of Spirit Lake be* ing the third, All are elected for four-year terms, and the terms of Judges Stiljman and Hudson ex. pjre at the en.d of 1946. ± . p Candidates for district Judge are nominated by the, lawyers of -The -nomination is equivalent to being elected, es the demo- erats are naming no csndjr- - jBotnes! ESTABLISHED 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JULY 2$ 1946 Two Sections—14 Pages Golden Harvest of Oats In WWg& Full Swing On Local Farms WLSBARNDANCE ' • —Algona Upper Des Moines Newsfoto J. \V. SCOLTES, above, and,his son Richard, 18, standing on the tractor, were hard at their oats cutting last week. ' 'Mr. Scholtes farms r>60 acres, three miles north of Algona in Union twp. He owns the farm. ..._-.... He has 85 acres of oats, and is harvesting them in the time-honored fashion of cutting, stacking, pitching and threshing. He has been getting some extra help, during the oats harvest, from Howard Bush and Harold Conway bf Algona, who drive out in the late afternoon when their regular jobs are over, and stack bundles. Algona Upper Des Moines Newsfbto" LOUIS SCOTT, leaning against a tire of his tractor, prefers to pom., bine his -oats,, and ,to do the.job he hired.Kenneth'Sarche't'S.compinei i^H^^iSfeo^e^^C^t^^nflW^^StSr/^Scotf^^^ "plade, 00 acres, for the past 23 years. He has 20 acre^''Of"6ats.' The Scott farm is 3V6,miles southwest of Burt- Robert, a son of .Robert Sarchet, farms 160 acres with his dad! and together they take care of 120 acres of Sarchets grandfather's farm. Algona Boy Badly Hurt In Overseas Jeepi^rja^h ; A letter bearing the date July 10 from Cpl. Dwight Sabin of the -medical corps and with the army of occupation at Munich, Germany, to' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sabin , prominent south of town farmers, stated he was in the hospital following an accident in Which he was severely injured. Cpl. Sabin had ' expected to tour Switzerland with a group of American soldiers, but for some reason the plans were cancelled A rrivei Day or CRASH DEMOLISHES A GRAVEL TRUCK Harld T. Wetzell, a gravel truck driver working on county roads, is wondering how he' escaped without injury when his fully loaded truck left the road and crashed into a tree, last Thursday afternoon, south of the county farm. . A steering apparatus that went bad is tolamed for the mishap, The truck was considered a total loss, as it buckled and 'bent .the frame as the result of the impact, with a load of gravel providing a sledgehammer effect, Wetzell was not thrown from the truck, but fortunately was not crushed by the. gravel, either- Whoopee! 12 New Cars Hit The Road Licenses for 18 new cars or trucks set a new record here last week, and will, probably whet the appetite of the hundreds who have new cars on order. were issued as fol* International Trucks — F. J. Adams, Lakota; v Wm, §tubtae, Plymouth—Arthur ,Cink,' Algona. ' •• Fords-rj- A, Haggard, Algona. Rev, L. H. Laesch, Algew Arena Swalve, LaHQta. • Chevrolets-HPr. P. V, Janse, Algona; "w, <J. JPayne, AlgoiW Wayne- -Schiehti, |urtj M. T- Thompson. AJgona- , •r*-—i.— T^_ if —- ggjfton. and his t captain .tpifi. him h'eiarid a friend' ; rftight:jtoJr' portiohs'. of Germany instea'd. ' He and' ;his friend started out in a jeep but had not gone far when they collided head on with ', a .German truck. The dash board o£ the jeep was driven forward, breaking Dwight's , knee cap in three palces, almost severing his nose and 20 stitches had to be taken, besides 15 cuts .and bruises on his body. His friend was thrown clear of the j^ep and suffered only minor scratches. Dwight was put in a cast and will have-to .be in it three months. An operation on his knee will be performed and this knee injury, added to one he received in the other knee when in high school is indeed unfortunate. Dwight was inducted into service on May 12, 1945. He went overseas in November 1945. VOL. 81—NO. 29 BOOKED FOR FAIR Preparations are going forword' for the 88th annual Kossuth Coun* ty Fair. * The fair will be held this year. August 21 through August 23, at the •frairgrounds in Algona, with the Kossuth County Agricultural Association in charge. A. A. Schipull of Lu Verne is. president of the association, 'Ale# Bonnstetter of West Bend is VieS president. Harry Bode is treasure*! and A. L.. Brown, Kossuth couritJ! agenf, is secretary. .-'V Other Fair Officials. > Directors of the organization other, than the officers ". named above, are Fred H. Kollasch, WhIL temore; Claude Seely, .Algeria; Charles Quinn, Bancroft; LqU'H Reilly, Lone Rock;. .Fred, PJUm'b; Algona; Wm". ChHsfensen, Ferttott; and Q. L. Thoreson, Swea City,, Fair premium lists were 'going out this week. ' '„•' • . Fair officials named are. as -tol-f. lows: Floral Hall—Glen Raney. supt.j assisted by Frank Geigel, J - . J.' Wadleigh, Mrs. W. C. Dau, Mrs. O. F. Peterson, Mrs. Paul Lindholrh and A. E. Lauritzen. "",. 'Livestock—Claude Seeley, supt., assisted 'by iLouis Reilly, Robert: Mayer, Delbert Beringhaus and Joseph Skow. ; Gates and Parking—Hugh Raney, supt, assisted by Owen 'Hurt and Lewis Ferguson; Farm Projects — A. L. Brown, supt., Floyd Bode, asst. 4-H Girls Clubs—Lillian Peckham, supt. On Grandstand Program. An afternoon and evening program has also been contracted for,, with the chief events each day to be as follows: Wednesday, August 21—Jimmie Lynch and his Death Dodgers. J Thursday, August 22 — WLSi Barn Dance Round-Up. Friday, August 23—Seneca-Saddle Club program. A midway and carnival of sufficient size has been secured to provide additional entertainment, It was stated. Gate Admission 40c First fair since, the end of the war, the Kossuth' Fair this year is again returning to its more normal and expanded program. The livestock open classes have .qll been reinstated with, the except '•tto'rfjol horses, i*"*""^*" JCTTTLT*"'" fnvitatfons will again be extended to commercial exhibitors " to •buy space and exhibit on the grounds. General .admission at the gate will be 40 cents for adults, with Children under ten free. ! Adult admission at the grandstand will 'be 50 cents, with children under ten free. Girl, 2, Unconscious 24 Hours After Eating Sleeping Tablets Burt Vets Sponsoring Celebration Bank's Ad Series Receives Acclaim The'Centennial Year series of ads being run each issue in this newspaper by The Iowa State Bank, has caused the National Research Bureau; Inc., of Chicago to write and ask for full particulars about the series, and how it is handled from week to week, The National Research "Bureau is an organization that scans U. S. newspapers for- ideas which in turn are passed on to their clients. Clem C. Erlander,-advertising manager of The.Afeona Upper Des Moines, has been handling the series, and does his own outline drawing, of the farmers used as subjects in the copy, Crippled Children's Drive Netted $1,407 H, W- Miller/ county chairman, and J. $, Murtagh, co«nty treas* urer, for the Jowa, Society f,9f prjppled Children 'Wj,d the D«» abjejl have announced that $1407,39 was collected from the driye heW 7 this sprtag. Although the drive closed, Qfficjajly Easter ,m°.wey has..bfffi coming in just'recently, THE ABOVE SIGN means what it says to this group. They are a few of the members of the Burt Veterans of Foreign Wars and Burt American Legion post who aVe working hard to make the Burt Celebration and Homecoming, scheduled for Friday and Saturday of this week, a success. The sign reads: "Burt Welcomes' You." Back row, "left to right, O. H. Graham, who is also the mayor of Burt, J. L. Miller, Wallace Haw- ;ott and Harold Fisher. Front row, V. L. Lovstad, Wayne Schichtl and G. H. Giddings. .(Algona Upper Des Moines News- Coto). ' . -> HONOR 50 LADIES FOR WAR EFFORTS Ottosen: Many volunteer Red Cross workers of Ottosen were given awards for contributing over 200 hours of labor to this cause in the period from January 1, 1940 through December 31, 1945. The certificates are signed by President .Harry Truman. Receiving the awards were: Mesdames .Joe Anliker, Chester Alme, Will Bennett, Magnus Bratland, , George Bruelman, Mike Coyle, John Coyle, Max Clark, M. L. Clark, Hollis Cooper, George Cooper, Ernest Enockson, Merle Faulk, W. E.' Hundertmark,Eugene Hofius, Qvedfa Hoiden, Marion Johnson, Thomas E. Johnson, Kate Jacobson, .Sylvan Jacobson, Roy Jacobson, Cecil Jolliffee, Sam Kropf, Ed Kemna, Herman Kramer, Oliver Kinseth, Joe Lietl, Earl Long, Martin Meyers. Anna Purdy, Ralph Richards, Helen Rasmusson, Mike Schmidt, John Starih, Flo Struthers, Wattson Struthers, Archie Struthers, Mary Schneider, Antone Spieoh, Caroline Telford, Harvey Thorsen, Roy Telford, Jessie Van Buskirk, Herman Veerkamp, Amelia Watnem, Percy Watnem, Cecil Welter, Will Wehrspann, Eddie Zinnel, and Miss Jo Perry, Five From County At Demo Convention C. B. Murtagh of Algona was re-elected to the state democratic central committee at the state party convention last week in Des Moines. Other Kossuth delegates who attended the convention were L. E. Linnan, Mat Q'Brisn, Mike McEnroe and George Yanser, the latter of Wesley, B Mr, Mwfajh, , iQpmer state comptroller, hag served on the state central committee the past H years. Dairy Herd Ass'n Hold* An Election OATS CUTTING IS OVER; YIELD GOOD 45 BU AVERAGE. • Early sweet corn and .tomatoes will be ready this week; hybrid corn detasseling began July 18; hail in the southeastern corner of t the county. Those were about the most unit iooints ^ in •<. connection iCorn is making excellent progress. Last Thursday was the hottest day of the year, Harry Nolte, weatherman, reports. The week's weather: ' ;, Date :.. : •.-•: •;. ; ...High. Low July d6 J.03 r. : f.),—-U-7,8. 67 July. 17 X.06; r/ f.^iy-.I-Sr ^:B8 July 18 .;—lL-^ii^-96 j 72 July 19'(.40;r..f.)~--i'-,-83i The Koss^th, NP- J Improvement Afspcmtjop, held a meeting My H St at whwh tune ficers for hjeld, ' . . «Walter B^fF Wis r^ • JJ re§|djn Mayer, se Hack named July 20 v l^j:i..l T --.u^87 : 60 Jutt...21. ._—^-:-:.I---81-' '£9 July 22i •i_4_,^j_Llu-_. i ;.8S.-i .i-'.;55 ; The average, ! 'soil> tfemperatUre was, 80.3 and othier, temperatures were 'just about' normal. Weather has been almost ideal for 'the oats harvest, and almost all oats have been cut. About 50 percent is being combined and threshing will soon be under way. The yield seems to run about 45 bushels average in many places, ,with weights running from 32 to 34 Ibs. and good quality. LOTTS CREEK AID ENTERTAINED65 . Fenton: The Lotts Creek Lutheran Ladies Aid Society were hostesses Thursday afternoon to the Aids from Burt, Algona, and Fairyille.,. The meeting took place in the Lotts Creek school basement, 65 guests being pres^ ent. The program, in charge of Mrs Fritz Meyer, consisted of two reels of movies on the Yellowstone and Denver. The movie projector is owned by, the Lotts Creek and Fairville churches Following the movies there were games, the winners being Mrs Emil Eimers, Burt; Mrs. John Dreesman, Mrs. Paul Snyder Mrs. Ed Hackbarth. Algona; and Mrs, Hilbert Bierstedt, Fairville Lunch was then served by the following hostesses: Mrs, F. M S. Mueller, Mrs. Elmer Pijahn Mrs. August Pijahn, Mrs, Her' bert Potratz, Mrs. Clara Pompe and. Mrs, Key. Otto. S« Mi Jordan Say* To "Pfck Them Yowng" §, M,, Jordan of Irvington was in last weefc &«d renewed i\s sw&scriptipp, to the Algona Upper >M«wes. The Jordan* have et Irvington th? past 12 but e«me to this county in , Mr- Jordan is 78 and his wife' i§ 75, Next November 88 prdans-'Wttl celfibrate their weooing anniversary. They m»rrie4 when they were lp and 15, but Mr. Jordan he b,^4 t_q take his bride t» g$> What ho wanted, woman w the one Birdie Isn't Good Enough When Bob Williams dropped a putt for a birdie thi'cc on hole number 3 at the Algona Country Club course, , Saturday afternoon, he ; fieured he had a sure thins in his match with Eugene'Murtagh. But Murtagh, after a good drive, ,'pltched to the , green v -~^isi&is& _..J*arKfed' eagle two,'giving him,the hole. Williams i was> reported to have commeiited: /'&?!*!: and other similar "^^^- ENGE URGESBIG KOSSUTH UNIT FOR IOWA LEGION MEET County Commander Walter Engel of Lu Verne calls attention of bounty Legion arid Auxiliary members to the fact that the State convention is* to beld Aug. 19-21, in Des Moines, and urges a good attendance. FOUND DAZED, TOT REVIVED AFTER 2 DAYS' STIMULANTS Little Karen Chrislensen, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Morton Ihristenscn, farmers from south of Algona, is recovering nicely from the effects of eating sleeping tablets, last Friday. The little girl, only a bit over two years of age, was unconscious for 24 hours, last Friday and Saturday, until efforts of physicians and nurses at the Kossuth hospital brought her out of her coma. About noon, Friday, the Chris- tensens were alarmed when two of. the older boys in the. family of five children, came in telling their parents that Karen could hardly walk. The parents found Karen in a dazed condition, and were at a loss to understand it, until they .finally found after quizzing the older children that some sleeping pills had been found in a jacket pocket and eaten by Karen. The Christensens themselves have always been extremely careful about pills and medicines, and the pills Karen found in a jacket were those of a friend who had left the jacket within reach at the Christensen place. When the physician summoned knew exactly what was causing the child's unconscious state, a treatment of stimulants was begun and the little girl finally rallied into consciousness, Saturday, from her very serious condition: The little girl "was. released from the Kossuth hospital, Sunday. SOUTH OF WE||Y? V W«Sle'y: Spontaneous" combustion in Jiay is believed to have been the cause 'of a fire, last Friday noon, which destroyed the large bai*n on the J. P. Studer farm south of Wesley. " Hired men working in "the vicinity discovered the blaze. The Wesley fire department was called and helped in preventing a spread of the flames from the barn to other buildings or an adjacent oats field. Had the oats been dry instead of somewhat damp from ;a recent rain, the oats field might have been a total loss. A large quantity of baled and loose hay and some harness was destroyed, but a pony, two calves and another set of harness were saved. The barn, was old but good. It was insured for $1,000. Brother Of Mr«. Ruth Dutton Dies Mrs. Wallace McArthur and her mother MVs. Ruth Dutton left Sunday for Alden, 111., to attend the funeral of the letter's brother E. C. Worden, 93, who died Friday in Detroit, Mich. Mr. Worden would have been 94 had he lived until August 14. He was the oldest and Mrs. Dutton is the youngest of their family. Mrs. Dutton is now the only living member. • Burial was to be made in Walworth, Wis. Mrs. McAr- thur'and Mrs. Dutton expect to be home Friday. Take In $270 On Children's Tag Day At the clos.e of the emblem, sale held here Saturday for the benefit of the Iowa Children's Home Society, Mrs. E, C. MeMa- hon and Mrs. Q. P. stiilman,who had charge of the local tag sale t reported that 9 total of $270 was collected- Mary Lou, Valentine wop first prize for sales, collecting $48.28, and second place went to DQfQ* thy Dillon, with $4,2.72. Marilyn Bartpn, .with collections oi was third, and Marlene with $g3,2| wag fourth. The workers, werfe all made y with nwvie passes to the T ' „*•< TWO DWO! " 'Robert* B. Carney, wartime chief of staff to Admiral Halsey, has been aded as a speaker. He is now department chief of-naval operations. Other speakers are General Anthony (Skinny) Wainwright, captured on Bataan by the Japs and ie'yenjually rescued in Manchuria,' arid' National Legion Commander John Stelle. Post cbnjm'anders and adjutants,in Kbfsuth are now accepting rtsjs^riatfohs for.-the convention, ' f-and '•' :anypne; , attending should, list their names if they expedt, to; get hotel reservations, fengel'j'pioints out. '. } "~~~~"~ DR. PFEFFER TO HEAD WESLEY LEGION POST Wesley: Dr. L. L. Pfeffer was elected commander of the Wesley American Legion post. J. P. Studer was named vice commander and L. L. Lease, finance officer. Don Krause was named chaplain, George Vitzthum, sergeant at arms, and Vincent Kleinpeter, Lawrence Youngwirth, Tom Forburger and L. L. Lease were elected delegates to attend the state Legion convention at Des Moines, Aug. 19-2021. Alternates elected were Earl Ward, June Noble and one other to be appointed. COUNTY MEETING LEGION, AUXILIARY. SWEA CITY A county meeting of the Kossuth Legion and Auxiliary will be held at Swea City, July 29. The business meeting will follow a 6 oclock picnic dinner. Two baseball games and musical numbers are included on the program. V. F, W, Poppy Sale Set For September 7 The Veterans of Foreign Wars have designated September 7 as "Buddy Poppy" day and poppy sales will take place here on that date, September 7 was chosen because it is the closest Saturday near V-J day and this date will replace Armistice Day for the poppy gale. Two divorces were granted in Kossuth'district court, toy Judge G. ' W. Stillman,' one July 16 and the other July 18, while one new divorce action was filed. Janet M. Schuler was divorced from 'Lev! E. Schuyler, without contest, on a charge of cruel arid inhuman treatment, July 16. .The couple were married Sept-''16,' 1936, in Algeria, and-separated, in April. They ,had bo children. The plaintiff's maiden name of Janet M. Steig, was restored. On July 18. Doris June Glaus- sen was divorced from Vernon : l?. Claussen, on a charge of cruel and inhuman treatment. The defendant 4 was ordered to pay $20 per month^—, support money for a minor chila * until she reaches the age of 18. In the new case. Marguerite Lunbery is seeking a divorce from Howard Lunbery of Plum Creek twp. She charges cruel and inhuman treatment, and that the defendant had on occasions of intoxr ication used profane> and obscene language and accused her of being immoral and of infidelity. They were married Dec. 31, 1936, at Norton, Kansas, and separated early this month. CLERK AT FENTON 26 YEARS RESIGNS Fenton: Agnes Goetsch has resigned at Bailey's Grocery Store after working as clerk for 26 years. Frank Bailey owned the store when Miss Goetsch first started. Three years ago Mr. Bailey passed away, then his son Hadley managed the store. Another son John recently returned from service, at which time John took over the store and Hadley enrolled in Ipwa uni; ,-< versity, Miss Goetsch probably >, has the record in Kossuth eoun*' u ty for serving in the capacity a,s clerk the longest period of time at one store, ^, Her plans fqr, the future are indefinite. Monday she and tl«r, Richard Qoetschs left tor thefe cottage at Spring Lake, Minn, I K •k A ^ Wading Kids Solve of 89 e *re terws with most fftme i city waddinf

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