jpT^r^r'-i, Jf ' i m r ' ,\ 11 . i , !/;;*, A'. fry*" 2975 PAPERS Printed Last Week clrcnl»tlon by fat In Kosinth. STOPS wi wi w . not kM» eotttaff SftTG JOTftrtl (•!•(• WBMfWHIMBt 10 • the paper ypm MM itof ,wfeMf«• «••!Hi '' ''" Volume 30 ALGONA, IOWA, JULY.23 1931 holds out, immond ought to jrk to lust him till urn* Another raid or two n have the Capital City ^ gon/over, Thia raid- C crusader Is costing the '% polk county a lot ot ut they shouldn't object R.M.Bone, Former StveaCity FartngtyPasses •jail. may be a heavenly trln as he .ternlty; but, H there's for , beer in heaven what's he [I! to While away all that ~^'*&£S* P ft ' £ear beer conviction. tat this twenty-five have considerable on the .crusader's .mo- i his tireless efforts. »ln't suppose 'twould cut so 'ice this near beer crusading, c ukl be done.for nothing. But co ... -.'.an/in,- crusades "time the crusader 19 a mess of costs [certainly i O f that, SUCCUMBS TO DIABETES AT GILMORE CITY Swea City, July 28—fluy Bono received word last week Wednesday of the death of his father, R. M. Borte, Gilmore City. Mr. Bone had had diabetes for HOITIU time, and it was that which caused death. He was married to Tina Bell Johnson in 1S87 at Border Plains, Inwa, and they had eight children, two of whom died in Infancy. Living arc Mrs. K.. R. MaUnncr, Billings, Mont.: 'Mrs. L,. E. Ellsworth, Truman, Minn.; TJ. M. and E. K. Bone Gilmore City; Shormsin Bone, Mason City; and O. D. Bone, here There arc eight grandchildren. Mi- Bone was a Baptist, nnd funeral ser- vlscs were held at the Clllmore City attached, trusader pays That's a chore which the. taxpayers. Looks G. A. would have to to put a stop to this Certainly Crusading piffle. ammond is not doing Ever any. tax burdens. [WILLING his bit TO make a bet •mi someone. In the summer of ,uri suits will be worn by ad,ults suits look cute on little tots wouldn't they look cut eon , tots- A sun suit might show la mess of spindly legs and jpny arms, as well as protrud- rlbs, on the part Baptist church, following which th body was brought to Swea City where D. 10. Collin.s, Granada, Minn, conducted a service at the grave, in the Harrison cemetery. Mr. Boni lived many ycnrfi on a farm nea Swea City, only recently moving; V Gilmore City. of some of linen folks who have passed the century mark, but I- believe it be a comfortable means to a [ tan. i [young women chase around I pajamas and young men go Uless, shirtless, and off times eless. An<l there's no law lich says they can't 'wear suit personally I'll never fall fad—I'm not built to fit leun suit. Again, I'm in favor confining the sun suit to kin- (rgartncrs, but you never can 1 what fool fads will .overtake l ere 1935. •'-'-..o—o BOOKLET recently off the indicates that there "are 1,204 i traffic suspects .in 'the state at lent. Merely goes to prove ,.ihe .rity of the fiooze business— Iget out a sort of book as to I's who la the transporting game. (winter I transported a radiator ot alcohol. Hope my car isn't luded in the suspect 'list on that unt, |Flve counties have the honor ! harboring . but one ruin run- suspect each. They arc r, Buchanan, Clayton, Iowa, 1 Poweshiek. Either the poi officers in those counties . nedr-sighted and hard of Bring 'or somebody 1» inisre- *nting. , ... o—o ODBURY HEADS: the .list- has afiS suspected booze lug- Probably Sioux City is re- isible for that. ; Polk county in only 31. Why, that's less i Kossuth, Marshall, Scott.-Black and Cerro Gordo counties Taxing llndlcs Cut The local taxing bodies, the schoo board and the town council, have In preparing budgets for the comin year more than met the 5 per cen reductions called for by the last leg islature's mandate. The sum < $9,000 has been cut from the scho< funds, and $795 from the town hue get. The estimated reductions mad by the town council resulted fronr ork on the underpass for the. pav- g. The work on both sides of the •nek has been finished for some me, waiting for the railroad to do B pnrt. armur's Teniu Jlims Away— Snmuel Johanson, north of town, as badly shaken up one day last •ee.k, when a team he was driving m away. He was thrown out of a •agon, but lit on a pile of hay. No ones were broken. frs. ,T. B. Young's Father Dies— .1. K. Young received news Satur- ay of the death of Mrs. Young's ather.at Lake City. Mrs. Young Kid been with him for some time, 'lie funeral took place Tuesday. foU'onihs Knlcrtalii 45 Relatives— The Anton Holcombs, of Hanlon- own, visited Sunday at Philip Hoi- comb's, where a total of 45 relatives jnd friends were entertained at dinner nnd supper. FIRST WESLEY MERCHANT IN RETURN VISIT Wesley, July 28—George Baker, Colorado Springs, Is in this vicinity, flsltlng George Hall and other old riends. Mr. Baker was Wesley's irst storekeeper, having sold general merchandise here in the early seventies. A decade later, the fatn- ly moved away. The two older laughters are married, and one is Ivlng In Nebraska, one in Texas. The youngest daughter, Nellie, born in Wisconsin after the family's removal, died six years ago at San Diego, leaving three children, the youngest then but a year old. Mrs Baker has been dead several years cutting the consolidated fund $-1,200 to $4,000; the library from fund from $300 to $250; the. sewage disposal fund from $1,000 to $750; the band fund from $275 to $125; and the park fund from $150 to $125. There were no protesting taxpayers at either budget meeting. Smith Killed in Fall- Henry 'Smith, who lives with his eon Joseph, 9Vis miles north of town, fell from a scaffolding last week Wednesday and was almost instantly killed. Men from Swea City were raising and remodeling a corn crib and granary, and Mr. Smith was helping them. Apparently he fainted, possibly from the heat, and when he fell he struck projecting timbers. Other Swea City. Norma Brunswold, who som< years ago taught in the grades here was a Sunday guest at Samue Wat-burton's. She has been teach ing- nt Seattle three years, and wi so back in September. Her parent live at Hanlontown. Winnie Seylor, who is completin nurses' training in a Chicago hos pltal, is visiting .her parents, M and Mrs. Ole Seylor, who are also entertaining their son John, druggist at Chicago, and his wife. Booth & Olson, who had had their cement mixer stored in the lumber sheds here, shipped it to Armstrong Friday, having leased it to the Mclaughlin pavers, who are using it. in paving main street there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edwards have as guests Mrs. Edwards' sister, Mrs. L. M. Moore, Poplar Grove, 111., her daughter, Mrs. Frank Letto, Belvidcre, 111., and the latter's husband. C. O. Dourte was a business visi- or at Iowa Falls last week Tuesday. OhUlme Wesley Farmer Dies- Last Thursday Ole Flom, his daughter Anna, Miss Alice Flom and Mrs. Henry Funnemark with Alma and Julius, attended at Le land the funeral of an old friend Evan Evanson. Mr. Evanson farm ed northeast of Wesley 30 year ago. Since his wife's death som years ago, he had been making hi home with a son at Edgely, N. D but burial was made beside th grave of his wife at Leland, hi home for many years. ir a year, has returned, and emain at home Indefinitely. will Hethoillst Aid Gives Social— The Methodist W. F. M. S. meets his week Friday afternoon with Irs. Wm. Hutchlnson. The Aid ives an ice cream, pie, and cake ocial Wednesday evening on the awn west of the furniture store. Klehipoter Improves at Hospital— The family of A. L. Kleinpeter /islted him at Mercy hospital, Maon City, Sunday. Mr. Kleinpeter Is progressing satisfactorily since a re- ent serious operation. illes, picnicked on the Butts lawn at noon on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B, F. Felt left Monday morning to visit three or four days with Mr. Felt's mother at Mason City. Mrs. J. H. Roadlnger underwent a major operation at Mercy hospital, Mason City, one day last week. Pastor Off for Vacation— The Rev. Mr. Moore delivered an eloquent sermon Sunday morning on "A Fool for Christ," telling of Paul, David Livingstone, Adoniram .Tudson, and other heroes who did not, fear appearing "foolish" in the eyes of men. Mr. and Mrs. Moore, icir daughter Lula, and Charles yde and his two daughters, start is week Tuesday morning for a vo weeks' vacation in Wisconsin. Vppcndlcltls Patient Brought Home- James Lloyd returned home trom Xossuth hospital, Algona, last week Tuesday. He had submitted to an operation for acute appendicitis eight days before. St. Joseph Hnznur Announced— August 25 and 26 are the dates assigned for the annual bazaar in connection with St. Joseph's church. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Nels Johnson, Alamo, Tex., and her son Herbert returned to Wesley Friday, following a ten-day visit with Mrs. Johnson's son Al bert at Grantsburg, Wis., and with Mrs. Johnson's sister-in-law, Mrs. Pete Anderson, and Mr. Anderson at Alexandria, Minn. The Andersons formerly lived northeast of Wesley. Joe Wagner, Fort Wayne, Ind. and his sister Rose came a week Mayor Bye Hurt In Fall- Mayor J. M. Dye fell downstairs at his home Sunday morning. A long gash was cut in his head, and he was otherwise.injured. For several hours he was unconscious. Several stitches were required to close the wound. Mr. Dye has had rheumatism lately, but whether that or merely a misstep caused him to fal the family does not know.i Estlierville Girl Elected Tcaclior— A vacancy in the faculty of the local schools for next year was caused recently by the resignation of the sixth grade teacher. Nine young women applied for the job in person at a school board meeting one day last week, and Margare West, Estherville, was elected. Miss West has a B. A. degree from Cor- NEPHEW OF LEDYARD PASTOR DROWNED IN WAUKON QUARRY Ledyard, July 2S — The Rev. Mr. Depping and his family left Sunday ir Waukon to attend the funeral of Mr. Depping's nephew, Reuben Depping, who was drowned in a quarry nine miles east of West Branch. He was a medical student at the state university and a former track captain who would have been a senior this fall. Three other univcrsitv students saw him drown Three to C. M. T. C. Paul Danson, local C. M. T. C representative, reports that onto three Kossuth boys have registered with him for the military trainini camps this summer. • They are Mei vin Shilts, Algona; Sidney Wood Titonka; and William Heller, Whit temore. They will leave Saturdaj and will be in camp 30 days. i boast of! Which, again, leads |to think there is .an error in peeping. . Does seem sad that I Moimm should fall ^behind Ma- I City or Waterloo or Dubuque Algona. And I would suggest the Greater Des Moines Comlee fin up the gas tank, doh and breast plate, grab the fty blade in the' right hand and forth to equal the records of If Iowa towns and counties. IWith 1204 suspected cars de- pering wet goods In Iowa, out 1 82 counties heard from, looks ' th e thirsty in this state pould have no fears for an im- dlate drouth. Of couurse, capacity O f,~ the cars would much to do with that. ! u ', just for instance,. let's say "" each of the 1204 parries 30 lllons into the state every two ieks. That's probably a very average, Thusly, lowans furnished annaully with P».22o gallons of hard stuff. Cording to population every 'ebodied citizen could buy two parts for himself, or herself, o—o THE AVERAGE cost r gallon at $15, probably «,v high, |, u t |i ve Iiev ei- had enough' to buy a gallon of water, there would be spent ^Headaches $15,286,800 In Iowa the yoar. No small sum at ^Accepting these figures as a " l s. the folks in Representa- 1 Short's home county would nsume 128,400 gallons .per while Des Moines would "ok but 24,180 in the same months. Sounds fishy, a n't it? And furtherrnqj-e, 'o with the same/ ntun- |_of suspects as turned In by Moines consumers, would , r t 24,1'80 gallons. I Fm there's some punk book- PW B going on. perhaps the c 'als in Wpodbury cotfnty more honest in making re' ts than the nearsighted 18 who enforce in Polk nty. nell. Railroad Is Cutting Underpass— • The Rock Island sent a crew of men to Armstrong Friday to start Algonian is Initiated. Burt, July 28—The Rebekah held-a special meeting last Thurs day evening to initiate candidate, for the Algona and Lu Verne lodges Luella Bruns, Algona, and Leon Ramus and Florence Godfrey, of L Verne, were initiated. Visitors cam from the Algona, Lu Verne, and T tonka lodges. ago last Saturday to visit old friends athcrlng Honors Student Nurse— Thirty-five relatives, including the Uigust Garmans, the Matt Lauxes, Ervin Olsons and the Henry laverlys, all Wesley, and the Tony eilers, Sexton, gathered at August [arman's for dinner and supper on unday. The event was in honor of Dorothy Haverly, student nurse at 'ort Dodge, who is at home on va- ation. 'eachcr Works. WHho Threshers— Mrs. Wayne Swinton and her lit- le son Stanley, returned Saturday o her parents' home here, after a 9-day visit with her husband's relatives at Horton. Mr. Swinton, a teacher, who had been taking a summer course at the state university, came with her, and will help during threshing on the Nelson 'run." Anna Johnson to Teach— Anna Johnson, who has been tak ing a course at Ames, returned to Wesley last week Tuesday. She Is a daughter of the Nels Johnsons now of Texas, and makes her horn during vacations with her sister here. She will teach Home Eco nomlcs at Boone next year. Mrs.s Froellch Seriously Sick— Mrs. Charles Froelich has bee and still is, seriously sick, and he daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Rick came from Williams Sunday to as sist in nursing her. Edward Froe lich, who has been at Wichita, Kas here. Joe returned Monday, bu Rose will remain a week or longer and among others will visit he sister,-Martha, Mrs. John Kilian Rose is fitter In the ladies' clothinf department of a large departmen store. Sunday dinner guests at Join Ormsby's were Mr. and Mrs. Wi! avin, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Coner, Forest City; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klrschbaum, Garner, and heir two children. Mrs. Kirschbaum nd Mrs. Gavin are sisters of Mr. nd Mrs. Ormaby, respectively. Mrs. Mary Dahlin, her son Clarnce, and daughter, Mrs. Herbert waneon, With the latter's daughter, lary Joan, return to, Burlington his week Tuesday, following an ex- ended visit with their daughter, Ister, and aunt, Mrs. Raymond Hansen. Mrs. John Hutchison and Mrs. William Henderson drove to 'Fort Dodge Monday to have James Henderson's eyes treated. They were accompanied by Vivian Studer, who is also taking eye treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft and Al len drove to Boone Sunday to visi the family of Mrs. Looft's brother Charles Benton, who is train des patcher on the Northwestern. The George Spanglers, Everly visited Mrs. Spangler's parents, th George Bennere, Sunday, and took home Gene, who ha,d spent man> weeUs with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, o Burt, called on Wesley relative Sunday afternoon, and Grandp Giddings went home with them fo a short visit. Dorothy Keefe, St. Paul, visite Mrs. J. T. Meurer Saturday. Th Doctor Primislngs, Melvin, wei Sunday guests of Mrs. Ellzabet Matern. The Guy M. Butts, John Ames bury, and William Sturdivant fair AUCTION OF SCHOOL BUS LINES IS HELD BY SENECA BOABD Seneca, July 2S — At a school board meeting recently the bus drivers signed contracts for the com ng school year. A new plan was rled out, the routes being auctioned iff to the lowest bidders Instead of being, let on sealed bids as hereto ore. The following routes were awarded: No. n. Robert Dolan; No. 2 R. R. Miller; No. 3, J. W. Bollzg No. 4, Fred Jensen; No. 15, Harold Goetsch; No. U, Fred Jensen; No. 7 len Cage; No. 8, Jos. Crowley; No. 9, Henry Schueler; No. 10, Beyers; No. 11, Jos. Madden. Many Attend Picnic Dinner— A large number of relatives and friends . gathered at the Ornie Behrends Sr. home Sunday for a picnic dinner:, Mrs. John Norris, two sons, Walter and August,, and daughter, Mrs. Mable Benton, with her four daughters, all of Northwood; the Henry, Behrends family, Rolfe; Mrs. Marie Campbell, of Minnesota, and a daughter; the Henry Schraeders, Ringsted; the Mino Behrends family, Estherville; the Tom Freddies, Ringsted; Mrs. Annie Miner and her family; William and Herman Behrends and their mother, of Ringsted: the John Behrends fam- Hy, Fenton; Jos. and Siebelt Behr- iirts and Mr. and Mrs. Ornie Behr nds Jr., Bancroft. mans, Spencer; and the Clarence Saxtons, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen got lomo last week Tuesday from two weeks at Ames. Mrs. Jensen's sister, Mrs. Alfred En ness, lives there; also a brother, Jesse Halvorson. Martin Goetsch, South Sioux City, Neb., visited at George Goetsch's Saturday afternoon and Sunday. George and Martin arc cousins. Mrs. Jennie Jensen and Mrs. Mll- len Jnseh visited the Charlsons, near Cylinder, one day last week. Ms. Charlson was Gladys Thompson. Mrs. Milieu Jensen spent last Thursday at the parental Louis Ap pelt's, helping her sister cook for threshers. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mason and the Spongbergs, of Algona were at Mrs. Anna Osborn's last ne'sday. Mrs. Chris Nielsen ha* •fast for several days with toxic poisoning. TRACTOR USED TO PUT BLAZE IN WESLEY Wesley, July 28— Jos. Miner near losing his oat crop ! by Thursday. He was repairing around the field, and a Wtese, ed probably by a epark from. pipe or a lighted match down, burned two acres. ins crew at work on the Ball went to the rescue, and the lfc» finally halted when with a one or more furrows were around the burning area. )ats Threshing Has Begun— The harvesting is done and thresh- ng is well on the way. This year he threshing was started sooner hah in previous years. Other Seneca News The Jens Petersons, Ringsted, en ertained at dinner Sunday the iawrence Saxtons, Seneca; Mr. and Vlrs. Frank Sayers and Geneva Berg, Swea City; the William Nutz e YELLOW PENCIL with the BAND Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic FRIDAY OF EACH WEEK Special clinic fees for all tonsil operations and other eye, ear, nose, and throat operations Friday mornings—entirely operative Friday afternoons—examinations and consultations. Dr. W. D. Andrews Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon ALGONA, IOWA Wagons \ We have taken the agency for the well-knowni Calmar farm wagons. We have on hand two wag- ous, one with the usual wood wheels, the other with. steel wheels. We also show triple box to fit either style of wagon. Come in and see them. Remember, also, that we are headquarters for wagon repairs of all'kinds. Bring in your work and have it done promptly at a right price. Hayracks are right in style now. Have one on hand,'ready to be loaded onto the first customer*a wagon chassis/ Thorpe Wood & Iron Works B. A. THORPE S Proprietor. Phone 167 is, PAY LESS FOR FINE-CAR OWNERSHIP .. . . . • WITH OAKLAND EIGHT YOU REALLY MUST DRIVE AN OAKLAND TO LEARN WHAT IT WILL DO • • • • $1027* 50 DELIVEeED AS IT MAY. I can't Pin any huge rpse of commen- «Pon the enfofcement fprces state. They pu^Usb a list of names of suspected carriers E+M ' s ln rotgut. They deal " 1 ' 8 information over the state, oth n , ot "y jn ^- ^e suspects to lookou t. Md it looks to be notified, shoujld toe Jn W» 'W JttneySj No matter how able it foofc-or what owners say _ for it-you'll never really appreciate Oakland's performance until you take the wheel yourself. ... Hea4 for some hill with a second-gear reputation. Never mind the flying start, (Jather your speed on the way up. Then look tack and wonder where the problem was! Shift your way through thick traffic. See jf that's any trouble, with Syncro-Mesh transmission quietly slipping from gear to gear at * Ugh* touch. Always in gear-no danger. Out beyond the city limits, try and find Oakland'* speed limit— if your nerve allows it! And then—parking, turning, jopkeying for position—write a new definition of easy handling in a man's-size car. Perhaps the best thing about it all is this; The longer you drive Oakland the more you'll realize that its unusual performance is built in to stay. . * And so, with these qualities at such a moderate price, you'lLsee why we say fay (ess for fine-car ownership, with Oakland fight. EQUIPPED in Algona for the 2-door Sedan t>v Coupe. Sport Coupe, $£107.60, 4-door Sedan or Convertible Coupe, $1127,50. Custom Sedan, $1187,50, All with bodies by B^isher. Equipped vitb, frost %nd rear bumpers, four hydraulic 1 shock absorbers, five wir? wheels^ and extra tire, tube and tire locK. You may have the advantages, too, p£ tevoi'able Q. M. A. C. terms. 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