•M Established 1865 ALOONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5,1937 Ten Pages VOL. 35.—NO. 31 DftAOtBSUEWASHINGTON: Thomas R. Marshall of North Manchester, Ind., who 90 years ago was not only Vice President of the U. 8. but also the Will Rogers of the era, was the •author of a brief tale: "Once upon la time there were two brothers. ' One went to sea. The other was ' elected Vice President Neither • was heard from again." But Tom Marshall did not live M h«ar about Vice-Presldent John • Nance darner, who returned from a . Vacation in Texas to take charge Of the the difficult situation arising from a Congressional deadlock «n Franklin Roosevelt's Supreme •-• Court: BUI. Convinced that the < Iflttwa* doomed to defeat and that • -farther efforts to force the Issue : w^mid Irrevocably split the Democratic party, methodical Jack Garner called on the president, conferred with Senate group*, finally told Senate Opposition Leader Burton K. Wheeler to write his own court bill. Th« fight was over. In a Judiciary Committee session next morning the bill was written , .In memorandum form:—No change , • in the Supreme Court; no proctor to supervise the allotment of judges in the court*; no roving judges; direct appeal to the Supreme Court in case* where the constitutionality of laws Is questioned; authority for the attorney general to argue the government'* aide In such cases 6ven if the Government Is not dlr- " dotly a party to the Issue; assignment of Judge* by the senior circuit judges; new Judges on the basis of need, not age. Still wary of trickery, however, 'the opposition also stipulated that the original Court Bill be sent back to committee and killed for this session, that the new bill be added aa an amendment to a minor court bill already passed by the Hotue— thus preventing Administration strength In the House from changing It back to the form the President wanted. When Senator Logan moved to recommit the defeated bill, of which he had been sponsor, only 20 last- ditch fighters voted against htm. Seventy other Senators promptly jumped into the breach provided for them by John Garner, thus settling in an hour a profitless wrangle that had played havoc with public affairs for nearly six months. GIFT & REWARD— MEDFORD, Masachusetts: For her sixth birthday last week, Amy Morrlssey of Medford received six Oriental gold and spun-glass bracelets mailed to her from Bombay, India, by her aunt, Amelia Earhart. Meanwhile, for any clue or information which would "definitely clear up" the mid-Pacific disappearance of Amelia Barhart, and £•7 navigator C«] * State Asks $16,000 More From Kossuth in Taxes; County Board to Protest Propose Boost of 20 Percent in Valuation of Land AIS8ESSMENT BOARD frOW ON RAMPAGE The Kossuth county board of supervisors, County Auditor E. S. Kinsey, and County Attorney L. A. Winkel, will leave Friday morning for Des Molnes to protest vigorously against the Increase In farm land assessed valuation for Kossuth county. The State Board of Assessment and Review, several days ago, stated that state taxes in 88 counties, mostly In northern Iowa, would be Increased. Kossuth was scheduled to have a valuation increase of 20 per cent. 5 Million Boost Valuation Auditor Kinsey stated that the Increase of £0 percent, as demanded by the state board, would increase the valuation of farm lands by some $5,023,719 and that Kossuth farmers would be paying on an average of $65.34 per acre valuation. In using the assumed actual value of lands in Kossuth county, $85 per acre (sale price) or 60 percent assessed valuation of $43.60, per acre, the land owners would be paying on a valuation of $12.50 per acre In excess of a fair and proper valuation. Says No. Iowa Too Low Louis E. Roddewig, board chairman at Des Molnes, declared that the northern Iowa changes meant the property In many places of the state had been assessed at too low nn average. Similarly, he said, southern Iowa averages had been too high. Auditor Kinsey said that in effect, if the valuation increase becomes final, land owners of Kossuth county would be required to pay approximately $31.80 per $1,000 of a«- sessed valuation more than has th. ea*e, and. that to. totol, Is 12 Feet, 3% Inches] Tallest Corn in County? Ledyard: Although KoMuth county as a whole ha* not held any "Tall Corn" contests, Ledyard I* finding some pretty good- sized stalk*, and Itfs all because Win. Garry of the Garry elevator sponsored a contest to find the tallest corn. A general ring summoned the countryside to enter the contest. Warren Lloyd and Chris Gelhans were named aa Judges, and the results were aa follow: .... ..... Conrad Gable with a stalk of corn 12 feet, 8tt Inch** high, won first place, and also a sack of floor from Ute elevator. Jake Rink took second with a stalk 11 feet and 0tt Inches high, and Jake won a Jack knife from Boudrye & Carpenter awowere In Oie running with some mighty tall stalks were Joe Mayne, 11 ft 9 Inches, Art Kranw*er»meter, U ft. 8H Inches, John Frandle, 11 ft Stt Inches, and Pete Jorgenson, 11 Others had tall stalks entered but not quite good aa Hie above. Everyone entering received a gift from the elevator. Andnow, other sections of Kossnth county, let* see. who can top 12 ft 8H Inchee, ^ PROGRAM PICKED FOR FAIR HERE SEPTEMBER 6-10 Suicide Club and Girl Revue Are Newest Features The 78th annual Kossuth County Fair to be held at the fairgrounds here, Sept. 6-10, will bring some entirely new entertainment talent to this section of the state. 4 Secretary Earl Vincent has announced his program for the 1937 fair as follows: Monday, Sept. 6, will be entry day, with filing and placing of all en* Tuesday will be Children's Day and Judging of beef and dairy cattle, swine, sheep and poultry Offer Prizes For Kossuttfs Tallest Corn Who grows the tallest com In Kossnth county? The answer to that question will be found next Wednesday, at 5 p. m., oh Algona's Watermelon Day. when Judging of all entries starts at The Hub Clothiers, who are sponsoring the county contest. The six persons bringing In (he tallest stalks will all get price*. Chet William* and Lyle Reynolds plan on making n display of the tall stalks along the east side of the Hub building. Judging will start promptly at 5 p. m., so all entries must be registered by that time. With all Iowa, and adjacent states, steamed np about who grows Hie tallest com. and where, the contest Is a most Mraeiy one, 12 NEW HOMES ARE GOING UP INALGONANOW Several Will Embody New Modernistic Type of Construction REMODELING OF 2 HOMES UNDER WAT Twelve new homes will be added to Algona's growing list of new residences within a few weeks, increasing the total property valuation of the city by well over $50,000. And at the same time, two more old houses are being remodeled at the present time Into modern and up-to-date residences. Dau's New Home One of the most outstanding of the new homes will be that of William Dau. Mr. Dau's home, on South Dodge at the corner of College, will be a seven room, two story residence, embodying all of the new features In home-building, as well as several ideas of Mr. Dau's that are not only novel but practical. The dining room in the home will be circular, with a built-in table in the middle of the room. There will be a bathroom on each of the two floors, and a garage will be built adjacent to the home. The roof will be flat, and windows will go around the corners, somewhat in the manner of the new Kossuth Mutual Building. An air "cooling device of Mr. Dau's own design will lower temperatures about 15 degrees when desired. Pratt Remodels Houses Dennis Pratt Is remodeling two houses he recently purchased, and although not rebuilding'them, will have two fine houses when the work is completed. Harley Troutman is building two homes, one for himself on North Minnesota, and a second on South Dodge. George Miller is building the. Ptm home, and two others for himself. Botsford Lumber Co. is building three homes, one for Mart Jones on South Wooster, one for Mr*. Wolto of LuVerne on South Jone«,and one for C. R. LaBarre on South Harlan. Anderson is constructing "in- 15,000 Lbs. Melons Go To Their Doom Next Week in Algona's Big Celebration GULLIVER UP-TO-DATE Free Dance At Night To Climax Annual Melon Day FLOWER SHOW TO OPEN HERE NEXT WEEK, AUG. 10-11 Free Exhibition; To Give Hospital Patients Big Bouquets HAPPY HARLAN— , KITTS, Kentucky: As Senator LaFollette'* Civil Liberties Committee began its Investigation of death and terror In Kentucky's Harlan county coal mining district Irene Juno ("the flying reporter") rushed to write for the National Young Democrat an account of "The Happy Side of Harlan",, apparently overlooking fact* revealed last week In a complaint filed by John L. Lewis' United Mine Workers against Clover Fork Coal Co. in Kltts, Ky.:-An old story to the National Labor Relations Board was the word- Ing of one section of the complaint —alleged employment of "armed guards, notorious criminals, gun- thugs commissioned a* deputy sheriff* and other irresponsble ruffians for the express purpose of threatening, Intimidating and coercing Its employees." But a new wrinkle in unfair labor practice was contained in the complaint • that the company wa* luring good unionists away from union meeting* with a kind of entertainment the union could not offer. The coal ' company, chatged the United Miners, "did procure lewd and Immoral women to perform free, indecent exhibitions known as *trlp and tease dance*, and to otherwise engage in gratuitous, licentious conduct at times when union meetings were scheduled for the purpose of enticing It* employees from attending »uch meetings." "Strip-teas*!" exploded Clover Fork'* Secretary-Treasurer A. F. Whltfteld. "We deny that. Th* company has been observing the Wagner Labor Relations Act to the letter." BUDE SHEEPLONDON: Of the 10,000 guests who stood about on the Bucking- bam Palace lawn last week at Their Majesties' last Garden Party of the Coronation season, candid R*PQrter M. H. Halton of the Toronto "Daily Star" wrote: 'I got a shock when I entered the gar- dins of Buckingham Palace and saw the elite of the British Empire rushing back and forth across the aras* like a herd of sheep so a* to get close to members of the royal family. I was really astonished. •She'* going over there,' someone would say—and the mob would break and scramble over there. •Queen Mary 1 * coming thU way 1 — and again they would break and run ov«r this way. More than once the g*ntl*m*n-in-waitlng bad to " link band* to keep the Queen and b*r two littla daughters from being crushed or Jo*Uad." DES MOINES NINE TOPLAYALGONA HEREONSUNDAY Western League Team Lost to Monarchs, Beaten by Grays ade as one of the features. Thursday will be Harness Race day, with an unusually fine prgoram of events listed, and on Friday, automobile racing drivers from all over the land will compete on the falrV half mile dirt track. The unusual vaudeville features will bring the Winkler Suicide Club here for a demonstration of acts In which every member of the troupe repeatedly risks his life. In the evening the Gertrude Avery revue will present smiling girls The baseball highlight of the sea son is scheduled for the Algona baseball park Sunday afternoon, when the Des Moines team of the Western League comes here to play. Algona has been having an up and down season, but then Des Molnes has been somewhat erratic also, and in view of the fact that the Kansas City Monarcha, whom Algona defeated, in turn defeated Des Moinea, it looks aa though a real battle might be on tap. Phil Kohlhaas states that the high school football bleacher section will be moved to the baseball park, and there will be a seating capacity of 1,000 for this game. And best of all, admission prices for the gome will remain the same aa they have been during the season. Bancroft Lotto Creek, 2-1; To Put in Lights The Bancroft baseball team defeated Lotts Creek, 2 to 1, Sunday, in a well played game. Bancroft scored rans In the first and sixth Innings, and Lotts Creek staged a rally In the seventh to tally one score. Lefty Hatten hurled for Bancroft, and Lefty Luedtke was HOGS Best light butch., 140-100 J8.00-9.00 Best light butch., 160-180 .9.00-10.00 Beat light butch., 180-200 10.50-11.50 Beat light butch., 200-260 12.00-12.25 Best light butch., 250-290 ..11.50-11.75 Med. heavy, 290-325 11-50 Butchers, 326-350 11.40 Butchers, 350-400 11.26 Packing sows, 300-350 .. 10.25-10.50 Packing sows, 350-400 . 10.00-10.25 Packing sows, 400-500 9.75-10.00 CATTLE Veal calves ............................ $5.00-7.00 Canners and cutters ............ 2.50-3.50 Stock steers ........................ 6.00-8.00 Pat steers ............................ 9.00-10.00 Fat yearlings ........................ 8.00-9.00 Bulls ........................................ 4.50-5.60 Fat cows ................................ 4.00-6.00 GBAIN No. 2 white corn .$.92 A VOKAL of 91 new automobtUs ' ia Koawth county during th* month of July. tojTlIeat „ : Gtoorg* Roaok*. wir* for th* Northw*»t*rn Ball h»r*, wa* overcome by y wbil* working and U resting at hi* bon* h«r* for a few day*. No. 2 yellow corn 90 No. 2 mixed corn 89 No. 4 y«How corn, new 46% No. 3 white oaU 21 Barley, No. 3, new -41 No. % rye, Aug. ship 96 KGOB Hennery* 2Jo No. a ..... Ca*b cream— 1 33c Na 8 ?0c before scintillating scenery, in snappy songs and dances. Eastbound Sioux Time Changed; To Leave at 8:10 P.M. A change in schedule of The Milwaukee Road's Sioux Limited, eastbound, has been announced to take effect next Sunday. The Sioux will leave Algona at 8J10 p. m. and will go to Chicago via Milwaukee, Instead of Jane»ville as in the past. The arrival time, according to a telegram from the Chicago j»ews bureau of the road, is 8:30 a. m. And at the same time, it has been announced that a fast, de luxe train will leave Mason City for Chicago, starting next Sunday, at 12:01 p. m., and will arrive in Chicago at 7:40 p. m. ..MI This will be the first time that fast passenger service has been offered on the North Iowa mainline, and It possible that the fast service might be extended west to start at Spencer. It Is worth considering, and if cities will work together, the fast train might also benefit this section, i The deadline for outgoing mall at the postoffice will be 7:30 p. m. Severs~Vein While Killing A Rabbit Liverrnore: Mrs. H. L. Swanson, who operates a ribbitry here, met with an accident early Saturday morning while attempting to kill a rabbit. The blow of the hatchet was misdirected and she struck the under part of her wrist, severing a vein. Fortunately, the arteries and tendons were not injured, however, there was a heavy loss of blood and it required six stitches to close the wound. It is believed that no permanent injury will result. Wesley Pulleto Lay Double-Yolk Eggs Wesley: A phtffiom''"^ which s**m* to be UMQU* has occurred bar* recently, and *o far Mam* to be »n*»nl*lnahV* Kd Ii~r*rfg ha* a fluck of pullet* numbering about 1M and th* first of than started on the mound for Lotts Creek. Hatten yielded five hits, while Leudtke held Bancroft to six safe blows. Bancroft intends to put in lights for night baseball, it was revealed Sunday. Lotts Creek will play Tl- tonka at Titonka, this coming Sunday. A game with the Algona Grays, scheduled for Letts Creek on the 15th, has been called off. North Colby and a second for Minnie Long on North Phillips. Both homes are of brick, and of the most modern design. The new warehouse on Nebraska street, suitable for garage or similar purposes, has been completed for C. O. Riddle, but is as yet unoccupied. Pays $25,000 for 240 Acre Bancroft Farm Omaha, Neb. (Special): The Federal Land bank announced the sale of a 240-acre farm in Kossuth county to Elmer C. and Alice A. Jorgensen, farmers near Bancroft, for $26,000. The farm is located 3V4 miles west of Ledyard. Purchase was made through G. H, Mattes of Sioux Rapds, fieldman for the land bank. Grasshoppers Show Up In Kossuth Co. A Into hatch of grasshoppers in Kossuth county has been reported from some sections, and State Entomologist Spain of Ames was in the county Monday looking over some fields. County Agent A. L. Brown says that anyone wishing poison bran can get It through his office. He added that because of the lateness of the grasshopper hatch it is not expected that the Insects will do much harm, but it is better to kill them off if possible this year and prevent something more disastrous next year. Showers Threaten But Little Falls Several dark, cloudy and thunder- Ing evenings failed to bring the rain hoped for, although surrounding areas did get moisture during the past week. The week's weather: Highway Patrolmen Here Are Transferred State highway patrolmen Al Sterzing and .1. C. West were both Informed Wednesday that they will bu transferred from Algona to headquarters elsewhere. Sterzing will go to Cherokee, and West will be stationed out of Oakland, Iowa, under the new highway patrol setup. Algona and Kossuth county has been practically left out of the picture, although it was understood that Patrolman Claude Benedict of Garner waa to be moved here, and act as examiner for drivers' licenses and similar duties. Date July 28 July 29 July 30 August 1 August 2 August 3 Hgh Low Rain 82 .87 92 95 90 89 60 55 60 70 70 75 Wednesday, August 10 and 11, In the high school gymnasium, by the Al gonn Gladiolus Society. The show Is free to everyone both dnys and evenings. At 9 p. m. on the final night of the show, (lowers that have been on exhibit will be taken to the two local hospital*, and the balance of the beautiful bouquets will be sold to help defray expenses of the show All flower lovers are especially welcome to attend the show, the firs those interested In gladioli are welcome to attend the show, the firs' of its kind in northern Iowa. A nice selection of prizes In the various classes is being offered. The local society is affiliated with the Iowa Gladiolus Society, and hopes to bring the state show here next year, according to H. W. Gil lesple and H. N. Krusc, two of the local organization's officers. County Board Had Session on Monday Some matters of business attend ed to by the county board, in session Monday, were as follows: W. A. Dutton, Mrs. Hazel Keen and Charles Morria were named t the county welfare board. Esther Lavrenz of the nationa reernployment office, and Doroth Shatto and Lucile Dole of the re lief office, wer« granted increas in pay of $5 per month. A beer application from A. Anderson, Stevens, waa approved. .01 .12 Is Prudcatial Agent Jori M. H****t IM* *•« aPPo ad dtatrtet twmiitativ* of tb* Prudmitlal Lin Insurance Co. He JrtUMWtiau. to handto ml ***** HJj bis otbwr business a* la tb» Sweet Me POULTRY H«n§, over 5 Ib*. 18ttc Han*. 4 to 8 Ib*. - 17c Hens, under 4 Ib*.... Leghorn ban* Cock*, undar 4tt Cock*, over 4tt Springs, over 0 Ib*. Spring*, 4 to 8 Leghorn cock* > Leghorn spring* Spring*,? toJU* laying «gg* at th* age, of four montit* and W days. Out of the first doun puU*t *gg* which were of normal *ii*, aad *om* *lighUy undar, »lgb.t or Bin* wer* found to contain doubl* yolks. Th* yolk* were of exceptionally dark yellow color. ...300 ... 8c time of pubttn»tlo to «hang* by the UDCfQO _ _ _. *4 "ft dacrw in district court, TuMd**, for Uxe «t Ffcra Luoui* Guy C. Glddtog* ware "Dick" Able To Be Downtown Again Ex-Senator L. J. Dickinson walked downtown Tueaday and waa greeting old friends on the street He is recovering nicely now from a series of three major operations performed since the first of the year, and has gained back ten pounds of the thirty-five he lost during bi* illness. Friends were welcoming him on every corner. Truck Tip PuU 600 Bu. OaU in Ditch A truck loaded with WO bushels of oats, and carrying a Mtsaquri license, tipped over near Irvington, some time during th« night, Tuesday. The driver of the truck bad not been reported as found, and the truck and oat* were lying in a ditch, W«ta**day moraiag. according to p9*Hr*by wno viewed the mlabap. It U b*U*vad th* driver, after toe accidaat, left'the truck. Kelly, Pratt Go To Funeral at Sibley Joe Kelly and Dennis Pratt plan to leave this morning (Thursday) to attend the funeral of Earl Truckenmiller at Sibley, Iowa, who was electrocuted while performing hia duties as manager of the Sibley municipal light plant. Mr Pratt had been in Sibley on Friday of laat week, und worked with Truckenmiiler on the high line. The latter waa electrocuted Monday morning. A son of the deceased worked here recently when the city brought in a new well. Quick Action In Threshing Fire, Fri. Irvington: What might have proven to have be*n a very serious accident occurred last Friday at the Sim Leigh*, whan SUphen Loss Jr., was pouring gas into a threshing outfit. In *om* manner, the ga* caught on nre, and it was only due to the quick thinking of those standing nearby that the blaze wa* immediately extinguished, and put under control with no on* seriously injured. Mr. Leigh own* UM machine and bira* Mr. Low and bis son to manage U for him. Lad Seriously 111 Dnane Crouch, *oa of Mr. and Mrs. C. Crouch, I* quit* seriously IU with Intestinal flu and this w«el wa* taken to an Algona hospital HI* condition remain* about the same. Hi* mother i* with him. iirls Badly Cut After Falling Off Horses Into Wire Swea-Eagle: Two girls In this Iclnlty received bad injuries a few days ago, when the horses they were riding became tangled In loose barb wire. Jean Kennedy, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Joe Kennedy, and Mar orle Kennedy, daughetr of Mr. an< Mrs. Mike Kennedy, were the tw girls badly injured. The horses were going through pasture when they became tangled in the barb, win, and the girl* f «U ^•~---—into toe wire. where • doctor faund . to take many *tltches to close the wounds In their legs. Jean received the worst cuts. At last reports the girls were recovering slowly. Frank Esser Sells His Barber Shop Clarence and Frank Shllta have bought the Frank Esser barber shop under the Iowa State bank and took possession Monday. Frank Esser and his shop have become landmarks in Algona, and his many friends and customers will miss him and his shop. He has operated the shop In Algonu for 19 years, and is entitled to take life easier. He has no definite plans for the future. The Shllts boys are perhaps the best known barbers In Kossuth county. They have been barbering In Algcna ior over 30 years. They have had their shop In different locations, but for the past ten years have been located in the present postofflce building. The Shilts brothers make a strong team. BASEBALL CONCERTS RIDES ON PROGRAM Algona business men are ready to celebrate their second annual Watermelon' Day, next Wednesday, August 11 and have 16,000 pounda of melon*— more than twice the supply on hand last year— now being cooled in various places in the) city, awaiting the occasion. And, believe It or not, there will be plenty of MB, but no speeches. Last year an Mtimated 5,000 people In the afternoon, and 9,000 person in the evening took In the celebration. Last year 0,600 pound* of melon were used up in a hurry In the afternoon. Twice the supply of melons have been ordered for this year. Program for the Occasion As outlined by the general committee in charge, consisting of Lyle Reynolds, Bill Barry and O. W. Stillman, the program is aa follows: 1. p. m. — Band concert 1:80 p. m.— Free WatermekM. 2:80 p. rru— Band concert 1:80 p. nv— Band concert 7:30 p. ntr- Free Watermelon 8:80 p. m-— Baseball, Algona) Grays va. Cart* Blancaa of Monterey, Mexico, . Baaeball field. 9 p. m. to 1 a. m. — Free dance. In addition, there will be concessions including the largest merry- go-round In the state, a ferrls wheel bingo stands, kiddle rides, and a mechanical show, as well as other carnival attractions, located up and down State street. Dance Floor Doubled The dance floor this year, which will be laid in the middle of State street, will be 28,000 square feet In size, Just double the space provided last year. Wit Thoma and his ten Prince- tonlani will furnish the mu*fo for the Iowa and New Call theatres, and eating and other concession* will be provided space on State and adjacent streets. The Mexican baseball team playing hero next Wednesday night alao has u group of musical entertainers and they have agreed to tour the city furnishing Old Wo/ld music, Gladlola Hhow Also > The Algonu Gludiola Show wilf be held Tuesday and Wednesday of next week at the high school gym, and Watermelon Day visitors are invited to the exhibit of flowers 7 ire Razes Building W.ofWhittemor Tony Buschefeldt, living thre and one half miles west of Whi emore. started the engine in h: engine house lust Friday, then wen to the corn crib where he bega to do some work. A few minutes later he looke sack. The engine hou.iu was lames, evidently ignited by u spar from the engine. The Whittemor fire department wu.s culled, bu the engine house and tools in were all destroyed. The corn crib also caught tire, but u bucket Brigade put that out without much damage being dune. Goes Under Knife Joe Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kelly, underwent an operation at the Kossuth hospital, Wednesday, for the draining of a cyst on the kidney. Joe was resting Thursday morning and getting along as well as could be expected. He has been ill in the hospital for rive week. He is under care of two specialist, and a special nurse. Lorena Liesener Injured In Crash Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liesener were called to Austin, Minn., Sunday morning, to the bedside of their niece, Lorena Liesener, who ia in u hospital following an automobile collision. She was the most seriously injured, suffering a severe scalp injury and severe laceration* of the chest, and cuts and bruises.TIer condition is very critical. The young ludy was well known here and hud worked in the home of W. ,C. Dewei last year. The accident occurred Saturday night. Reports 73 Bu. Per Acre In Oat Yield Kour Corners: This threshing run is milking good time in spile heavy yields and much straw. free of charge. The committee melon distribution handling consist of the Don- White, Harry Hull and Ralph Mled- ke. , The merry-go-round will be lo» rated lit State and Moore streets, the ferria wheel at State and Dodga and bingo atanda In front of Foster's furniture and .Christensen'a store. The mechanical show will be located on South Dodge, as will the Kiddie ride. Caravans Tour County Two caravans will tour Kossuth county, thia afternoon and Friday afternoon, stopping on the tour to furnish entertainment and distribute advertising for the event. I^iut year's prgoram waa one of the biggest drawing cards of the year, arid with twice aa many watermelons ordered for thia year, all attendance records at free celebru- tiona are expected to be broken here next Wednesday. new Belle City thresher was purchased jointly by A. it. Cruik- bhunk. John McNeil. John Kich Win iJruyton, John Subin und Ei Kirli. Others in the run are Louis bowman, C. N. Hobinsun, George _ee, Howard Withum und Otto Harlan. Yields are going in the 50'n and tiu's. Noble Mitchell reporta 73 bushel per acre yield from a 13-acre field, on the Norton furm which he tenants. Rain is badly needed for the corn. Report on Accident Careless driving was the official verdict which was reported by Highway Patrolmen Sterling and West, who investigated the death of Juan Medina, 24, Mexican killed Sunday in an auto wreck near Ledyard. They also said there were evidences that be had been drinking, while the car and road -.veru in good condition. Oreseo 4 H Meets Irvington: The Crcaco township 4-H girls' club met for their regular meeting on Tuesday afternoon with Lorraine Thomas of Irvington Sexton Girl Hurt Sexton: Shirley Neahring, two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ntuhriug, fell from ait ice box in the oil station operated by her parent*, and struck the back of ber bead on a 15 gallon fly spray barrel, cutting her bead open in a serious manner. Three stitches wer« necessary to close the wound. Rodeo Pleases All The Clyde S. Miller Rodeo, which played her for four nights and one afternoon Uut week, met with great approval on the part of the audiences, wbo witnessed their performances. The riding and bull' dogging were us good as ever, am a trained horse act wan eupeciali] ALGONA ADVEKT18EK8' DIRECTORY FACE TWO— Hub Clothiers P. J. Kohlhaas Carl's Billiards PAGE THREE— Council Oak Graham's Store Harris Bros. Station Wruy's Service PAGE FOUR— Klassie Motors PAGK FIVE-- iijublrom'ii Foster Furniture Greeiibers Auto Supply PAGE SIX- Modern L>ry Cleaners New Cull Theatre Hiiwcott, & Ogg Pine Room The Elite lien Franklin Store Christensen Bros. Co. The Blackstone PAGE SEVEN— Kohihuus & Spilles Kotfsuth Motor Co. Iowa Theatre I. G. A. Store L. W. Swanson Stora Elk Cleaners Gamble's Store Clop ton, Tailor Joe Bloom PAGE EIGHT— F. S. Norton & SOB Jinunie Neville Smoke Shop Agouti Ins. Agcy. Algona Bldg. & I.oan Cowan Bldg. Supply PAGE NINE— Pratt Electric BoUford Lumber Co. Nekton Hardware Sportsman's Tavern Misbftcb's Siin The rodeo was sponsored by the Fair pleasing while Oklahoma seems to improve with age. A. & P. Store CnruKbiU** Annex Kent Motor Co.
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