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CLUB SHOW AT FAIR TOOK IN 244 HEAD OF Exhibits Match up With Fortner Sold Reach To. tal of $17,617,46 ,, While the shewing of llvestbck at the tfossuth ta.lt fast, week did not teaoh In numbers thdsu 6f pasl yeaite, the exhibits last week were Of high oliuls and the fair manage ,tn0nt id highly pleased with the shtWdng;' There Were 128 beef Wveli, 38 dairy calves and 80 club ' pig* orf exhibit F1V6 pen* of poul-< i try weri6 ahbwn. Fallowing are the Iwlnners in the different classes: Baby Beef Show deorge Merrlam, Corwlth, Shorthorn 1 ,, grand champion. l<eo JEfimore, Algona, Hereford, reserve champion. Gencvieve Thomson , Lone ROCK, first plade, Light Hereford. Robert iKinaeh, Algonft, first place, Angus. • 'Whittemore t ,club — first place group of five calves. Fen ton club — second place group of j. five calves. '' -• ' • Club Pig Show ., d>lck Weber, Irvlngton, champion gilt; Wlllard Fett/ LuVerhe, champion iboar. . Club Dairy Show , Robert Mayer, Algona, grand •champion heifer. Wayne Barr, Algona, , first place Guernsey yearling. Gerald Brown, Algona, first place Guernsey two-year old. "Kenneth Mulligan Bancroft, first place Milking Shorthorn calf. > (Frank , Jenkinsorr, Algona, first place Milking Shorthorn yearling. Harold Bode, Algona, first place Holsteln calf. Ervin Borchardt, Fep&n, first place Holsteln 'yearling. Paul Schenck, Algona, first place Holsteiir two' year old. Club Miscellaneous Kent Seely, Algona, first place ewe and lamb. Kent.Seely, Algona, first place fat lamb.. . Elvira Godfredson, Armstrong, first place breeding poultry. (Lillian Meyer, Lu Verne, first place market poultry. "Demonstration Teams Robert Mayer and Wayne Barr of the Algona club, first. • Gerald Soderberg and Ross Inman, Greenwood-Ramsey club, second. •'.••..'••" •','•' 'Paul and Lee Schenck, Algona club, third. Laverne Schroeder, -Lone Rock, first in the baby beef calves. iDelberB ' IBarndnghausJ West Bend, first in the dairy heifer class.' ;Gail Wolf,. LuVerne, first in the club pig class. Whittemore Boy Visits Mother and Friends Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1942 8 Pages VOL, 71.— NO. 35 SCRAP IRON DRIVE TOTALS 63 TONS Joe McNeill, Algona Soldier, Makes Triple Play On Army Team The following is clipped from the daily press out of Camp Barkeley, Texas, concerning the playing c-f an Algona soldier, Joe McNeill:. "A sparkling triple play, one of baseball's rare fielding gems, was executed last night by the 357th Infantry in a regimental game with the 358th. "In the fourth inning with men on first and second bases, the third man at bat for the 358th hit a hard high line drive /that looked good for a safety. With the runners off at the rack of the bat, Corporal Joe McNeill, 357th first baseman, leaped high In the air, speared the ball with his gloved hand for the (first out, touched his base for the second out and completed the spectacular performance |by whipping the ball to Milton Pickart at second base Vho touched the runndr for the grand slam. The 357th won 8 to 6." . Joe McNeil!, 22 year old son of Ed McNeill, 117 South (Heckart street, city, was a member of the contingent which left here April 2, 1942. He was (assigned to Camp . Barkeley, Texas, and was only recently promoted to sergeant. Always athletically inclined Joe was baseball and basketball coach at the St. Cecelia's Academy hare the past school year. While in high school he was active in athletics and won a scholarhslp which gave him entrance to the University of Ida- iho and he "attended there two Jterms. He was a graduate of the class of '37 Algona high. For the past several summer seasons he played ball with,the Algona team in the Kossuth County League and has a find record with that organization. Fredrick T. Fish, eon of Mrs.,Maude R. Fish, of Whittemore, and n6w stationed a,t Jefferson Barracks,! Missouri, iwas home on a three day furlough recently, Fred is serving the the medical detachment 'to the air corps stationed In the barracks. The detachment is taking ground crew training, (He was a member of the contingent which left here about (May 1st. NINA PRESTON OF SffEA CITY PROVES MILK MAID CHAMP Broke All Records When She Turned in 16.6 Lfcs of Milk in Three Minutes at Fair Contest --Twelve of 'ossuth's men.were entered in tho milkmaids contest at the Kossuth fair Tuesday night. Milking records were broken by two of the contestants, Nina Presaon of Swea City, taking first with 16.6 pounds and Lyla Priebe, Bancroft second with 13.9 pounds. The record to date has been 13.5 pounds. Each of the contestants were allowed 3 minutes flat of milking. The other contestants in the order of their milkicg follow! Fenton Girl Third Dorpthy Dreyer, Fenton, 12.4 Ibs.; Eva Eggerth, Lakota, 11.9 Ibs.; Mrs. Maynard Jensen, Swea City, 10.6 Ibs.; Rosella Hanson, Irvington, 9.12 Ibs,; Ruth PTJebe, Bancroft, 0.4 Ibs.; Margaret' Pljimb, Algona, 84 Ibs.; Irene Bell, Whittemore, 8 Ibu.; Ruth Hglnen; Lone Rock,, 7.15 Ibs.; Betty Eggerth, Dakota,'6 Ibs.; Mary Ann Smith, Ledyaird', 5.4 Ibs. MARKETS T HOGS Heavy butchers, J80-200 ........ ns.70 Hf8,vy butchers, 200,2*0 ,..;. ....... 18,89 Heavy hutcbers, 24p-?7p ........ 13.68 Packfng (fowsr 37JHSM ............ 18-00 Packing sows,, 400.«ft .......... ,. 18,70 ' Iowa Has It* Trout Say«'Duke'Kinaey Speaking, before the Rotary club Monday noon " Duke ,'' Kinsey gavs some figures and facts on the trout fishing in Iowa streams, . The average Idwan is of the opinlon,that trout fishing can only be had In the mountain streams of western states. However, since 1923 the state has built and maintained trout hatch erles in the northeastern counties, the earliest one being built at Strawberry Point. There are 35 trout streams in that section of the state and there were, 460,000 trout placed in those streams last year. "Duke" said that fishing in the Iowa, stream* was so much better than lit* those of neighboring states because many of the streams in other states, were privately owned artd therefore many no trespassing 'signs, > something Iowa 'fishermen are not met with in tbis state. AM TOWNSHIP AND ELECTION R18-19 •feijsjj cWww of the ult«ral Con- announces 'ftnd, i» will farmers.. I and county . j *Jecte<! ts ad,* Petit Jurors For September Term The following is a list of the peti jurors who are to serve at the Sep tember, 1942 term of the dlstric court of Kossuth county. The jur ors will report at the court house Algona, at 9:00 a. m., Tuesday, Sep tember 29th: Chria Asniusson ..Lakot f Fred Butterfielfl '?.;?.< ...Swea Cit •Hiram Bpeckhblt-v>;-.*..-..'..-.../.Titonk AHferjt 'Btinkofbke .Bur Walter Bleich ......Algone Lee Colwell Irvington Edythe Dailey .....Algona Will Grover „..'. Bur Herman Gade .............Fenton Genevieve Graham Bur Lela Hof LuVern Jesse Huff _ LuVerne Rudolph Hahn ....Whittemore Olga Hott ...Wesley Faye Llchty LuVerne Paul Ludwig ..Whittemore W. D. Ley ., .Lakota V. J. Lattlmer ,. ...jBancrof Frances Moe ...Algonu Julia Miller .....Algona Elizabeth M. Nugent Algona Andrew Opsal ....Armstrong EHa Padgett ........,........Algona Edith Perkins ....;.....^...West Bend Lilly Peterson .................Swea City Ida Peter ,....Lone Rocl Bessie Peterson ............Lakot Harm Steenhard ............Lakota Vernon Studer .Corwlth Pearl Simpson Algons Louis Scott - ........Bur Gladys Shumway Algona Kathryn Tyler ,.......,...,....TItohka Ray Valvlck .....Swea City Harry Widdel Fenton William Welfare Swea City DR.KULANDER, FORMER DENTIST SWEA CITY, Suffered Heart Attack at Home in Minneapolis Sunday; Kossuth Resident Since 1904 Word was received In" Swea City Monday morning of the death 01 Dr. 'Henry iflander at his home in .Minneapolis. He had suffered some wittt heart trouble the past few years, Death came Suddenly about 10 'o'clock Sunday Right, Only two hours previously Selmer Kv&m- Vlg, Swea City, bad visited w}»h Pr,.J&OiH»der and a| that time he imd apparently . felt in normal . Swe» Gtoy Stow Henry Kulander was about 79 y*ars of agp at t&e ttae of «» by his a, dftiighter and two sons, the latter iUJiott ft»4 Bverett. I?r. Kul to Sw«» c»ty in jfldi »nd 52 Draftees to Camp Dodge This Morning At 4 o'clock this morning (Tuesday) 49 dralftoes left Algona for induction at Camp Dodge. Three volunteers were Rtso "mem/icls of Hie contingent. Volunteers Gerald Rudolph Thissen, Fort Dodge. • Genneth Gatton, Algona. Arnold Grant Kirkberg, Ledyard. Draftees Andrew M. Monlux, Algona; i Arthur Otto Klockc, transferred to Buchanan county. Edmund Jjoseph Oapesius, Fdntcfn. Raymond George Hlrner. Wesley, Melvin teroy Sill, Algona. James Freddie Darnell, Blue Earth, Minn. (Herman Dick {Julius iFritr. Woden. John Walter Knutson, Swea City. Vincent Charles Wilson, Whit- twmore. Paul Charles Kollanch, Bancroft. Kenneth Jay Graham, trona- i ferred to Cerr/i Gordo county. Raymond Llewellyn Riddle, Algona. Herman Raymond Pannkuk, Duncombe, Iowa. Ernest Edwajrd Knutson, Swea City. Andrew Norbert Gerstenkorn, tarnsferred to Winneshiek county- Clarence Elemuel Grubb, Sexton. James floseph Butler, Bode. Raymond • Gustav Kading, Fenton, Steven Lawrence Powers, Lakota. Victor Edward Thames, Lakota. August Zimmerman, Benson, Minn. Morris Menjio Isebrand, Ti- i tonka. Leonard Henry Yosten,. transferred - f to Dodge County, Nebr. Kenneth John Wagner, Bancroft >.:,• ../ .... ... .. ;.-,., •..•:s u . v .Clarence B. Recker,- St. Benedict. .-'•.' ' •.: .-r .'•• •:::••:.'. "Marion Sylvester Wagner, Terril, Iowa. John Bouno Moulton, Ledyard. * . Arthur Joseph Doocy, Swea City. Donald Carr,ol Sldlling, Algona. •' Martin Henry Thilgee, Bode. Herbert Otto Engstrom trans-' feared from Maricopa County, Arizona. John Lee Holtzbamer, Algona Han/Id Paftryck: Gattton, vU,- gona. MeHvin Chrlstensen, Algona. Maynard August Roeber, Whit- tetnore. . Raymond TUh, Swea, City. John Arthur Fish, Graettintjr- er. \ • Emagfl Gershom Hansen, fUngried. XMymond) Dale Smith, Swea cite Norman Harold Gangstee, El- Wallace Eugene Johnson, Swea CMy. '• • .•..-•:• '.•• •< Oliver Bruce Graham, Burt Lee Vincent Bnuu, Titonka, Ariln Hany Mhfcteteke, JE1- more, Minn. Jerry Jerome Myers, Algona. Harold Gunder, Algona. Weasel Jutting, Buffalo Center. Lyte Conrad Awrhus, Lone Rock, Harold Robert WeUbrod, tMUwfwred from Glendale, Tlw following, otlglnaUy reg- Isteifed with the board here, had jolnjed the navy: Rupert Fer- dimhd Luedtke, <Lon« Bock; Lj'le EwHiettt Bassettt FentV»i; efiA John Arthur Joseph Fenton, Algona. KOSSUTH COUNTY RURAL TEACHERS IN ORGANIZATION Elect Officers at Meeting Held in Algona Friday; County Divided in Seven Districts About 100 of Kossuth county's rural teachers met in the court room here Friday and perfected an oranizatlon of Kossuth'Co. Council of Education. A constitution was adopted by the group. The past year there has been a temporary organization functioning. By making the organization permanent the council now becomes a part of the Iowa State Teachers Association. Officers Elected The president of the new organization is Mary Oesterreicher, Germait No. 8; vice president, Donna Dooley, Cresco .No. 4; secretary, Carol Jackman, .Union 5; and the treasurer is Miss Fedelia Skow, deputy county superintendent. The county has also been divided Into seven districts containing 14 to 22 schools per district. From each one of these was selected members to the executive board as follows. District No. 1, Arlie Peterson; No. 2 Beryle Hyler; No. 3, Carol Jackman; No. 4, to be filled; No. 5, Lucille Calhoun; No. 6, Donna Dooley and No. f, Helen Leigh. The Seven Districts • The townships comprising the seven districts are as follows: No. 1—'Hebron Springfield, Ledyard, Lincoln; No. 2—Eagle, Swea, Harrison, Seneca, Greenwood; No. 3— Fenton, Burt, Letts Creek, Union; No. 4—Ramsey, German, Portland, Buffalo; No. 5—Plum Creek, Wosley, Irvington; No. 6—Whittemore, Cresco, Garfield, Riverdale; No. 7— Prairie, Sherman, LuVerne. Added to the membership of the executive board of the Council (one from each district) is also one teacher from each of the 13 town schools and two from the Algona schools. Council to Meet Annually At least one meeting shall be called each year to elect officers. Special meetings .may be called -by jth meetingsjMay be called by. the sidenT upon" wrltfea'.-requeflt * of five leaders.. These- leaders are sefeeted, one' from'; each township within the county. The execu- i tlve committee shall meet on the i order of the president. The purpose of the organization is to advance the general welfare of the schools, raise the standard of the teaching profession, to establish cooperation between the teacher and the community and to form a representative body able to speak with authority for the rural teacn- ers. RATON1NG BOARD ANNOUNCES QUOTA The taca} rationing board, announces the rationing of tires ana tubes lor «tt purposes during September to be for passenger cars and motorcycles, tires 5, retreads 67, tubes 40, ........ ^ Mary Janice McWhorter, 4-H Health Champion, Has A-l Record 'TVe never been sick a day in ten years and I've never been absent or tardy from school." This Mary Janice McWhorter told a reporter for the Upper Des Moines Saturday afternoon. And the accompanying picture of Mary Janice is surely a picture of health. She is the 4-H girl health champion of Kos- suth county, rating 98.8 points out of 100 in the health contest Of the county's 4-H girls clubs. Portland Peppy Pals Mary Janice is a member of the Portland Peppy Pals club of Which Mrs. Anthony Jandl is the leader. The club has a membership of 12 and this group has been outstanding in 4-H 'dub activities during the past several years. And Mary Jan- Ice has taken the work of the •plub seriously. At present she is the reporter for the group. lives Southeast of Burt Mary Janice >is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray S. McWhorter, living 4% miles southeast of Burt in Portland township. As she puts it "I'm ,the middle one." The Mc- Whorters have three daughters, Virginia, Mary Janice and Joan. Mary Janice is 15, and is taking studies In the junior class of Burt high school this fall. Asked as to her hobbies, she said that she loved to catch and study butterflies, and to ride ihorseback. She is a good student, too, with high grades in all of her studies. LIQUOR STORE BOND SALES TOPS ALL PAST RECORDS August Business in Bond and Stamp Sales Super- celdes Sales of Liquors By Several Thousand The bond and stamp sales by the boys in the local liquor store during August topped any previous month since December, 1941, according to G. D. Brundage, manager. The local store has 'been one of the leaders in the sales in the state and usually it has, been tops with very .(few exceptions* .;• Ju,dg/?ng. from *• ibe:<-iGgureiHf-f or-* August ;>ih« store will, probably head, the list again for the -month. . t Ovefr $50,000 Since December (The total sales of the store in bonds and stamps since December 15, 1941, reaches $50,671.70. -During AUgust the bonds sold reached $11,950.00 and the stamp sales reached $960.50. The total of the two was $12,910.50 for the month. The biggest bond sale was on . the 14th with $9,250 and the biggest stamp sale was reached on the 1st day of August with $124.25. Holiday Service at Post Office Next Monday, Labor Day, the sqrvice at tihe loca(I post office wfill see the windows open one- half hour in the forenoon, from 9:30 to 10:00. There will be no ciljy residence deliveries and no rural delivery. One business section delivery will be made at 9 o'clock in the niortiing. All in•coming and outgoing mails will be worked as usual. ' FOUR TOWNSHIPS TURN IN 126,000 POUNDS IN WEEK Union, Plum Creek, Irvington and Cresco Con* statute Area for Delivery in Algona Following an intensive survey arid contact) of farmers by a committee headed by Phil Kohlhaa*, :Algona, the townships of , Union, Plum Creek, Irvlngton and Crcs- co turned In a 1 total of 126,000 pounds of scrap iron during the drive which ended Saturday nighti. Otiher sections of the county held similar drives, and it Is thought that the quota seit by the sftate for Kossuth will be more than met. Five Finns Participate Reception ' centers, for, the scrap were Frank Cook, Scrap Iron and Metal; Bradley Bros.; Greenberg Auto Supply; Kossuth County Implement Co.; Meyer Bros., Wrecking Yard; McCorrnlck-DeerJne Store; W. C. Taylor. One ffrirjt weighed up about 93,000 pounds fea£ this included scrap weights sent m by other firms which had no scrap iron piles. Of the total pounds sent 4n 11,000 were other scrap metals such a Sbrass and copper, etc. Whittemore Goes to Town ts ,• The committee for the Whittei' more drive made. a farm to farm canvass during the week. On Frilay and Saturday scrap iron was brought to the reception center in Whittemore and .with: what was brought in Monday there was a total reached of 144,000 pounds or 72 tons for the area, Whittemore and Garfield townships and the south half of Lotts Creek. Whittemore held' a real celebration Jn honor of the drive yesterday. Two ball games, a speech by Senator Hid Breen of Fort Dodge, andjn the evening a marching program' by the Decorah Drum Corps, an amateur contest program and dancing. Titonka Lumber Yard, Sheriff Art Cogley was called to Titonka Friday morning following the discovery of three places having been broken into some time during the night. He found that in cape of the French Lumber Company the .thief, or thieves had taken $11.84 from the cash drawer. The safe was open but nothing had been removed, according to a check-up by the manager of the yards. - Both Eleviators Entered Seemingly the same thief, or thieves, had also entered the North Iowa ' Grain elevator office. The manager reports that there was no cash in the office, hence the robbers got nothing for their trouble in that Instance, In the case of the Farmers Elevator, the manager reports that $2 in pennies were taken by the robbers. According to Sheriff Cogley the thief or thieves evidently were old hands at the business of breaking and entering. It seems that -they first broke into the railroad section tool house and took hammers and chisels and then too, they removed two pins, from the brake- shoe of a freight car on sidetrack, Tttiese pins are heavy and of convenient length to serve as a pinch bar in the job of breaking through doors or prying; open windows. Sheriff Cogley-has been informed .that like breaking, and entering occurred in several instances at) Livermore recently and he is oi the opinion that the same man, or men, is responsible-for the Titonka robberies, Price Ceiling Report* to Pea Moines Office To the few concerns and business houses in Kossijth county that did not file a Price Ceiling Report wUh the local Rationing Board on July 1st, information is given out at this time that all Price Ceiling Reports now on file will be sent into the state office at Des Moines for a check-up and it is the desire that everyone in business eligible to file this Price Ceiling Report to do so before Saturday, September Sharp, failed to he condttPttd with, chief ajr 'rs4 a, Bond to Honor Every Moth er's S»n 4n Service.'" dered on this call and a notice of who mafe want Both, theatres here, according to suspected delinquency will be mail Mr. Rice, are prepared. |P «eU and, a.t nis last known address deliver any amount of stamps . from the local board office today For truck, bus, light bonds 4ay or night, Sundays and and implement tires Awault and Battery holidays, throughout the mpnth of mailing the notice of delin- the quota is 99 ttref, 64 retreads, quency the local board will wait Oust in Mayor*! Court denttetry there oontlnuougiy $r«de two toes 7. Pas- Arrangements have been wade which, tfee. names «f purchaseri five days before taking action. tfee montfl to 8, senf W fiST a«0l» before(Friday charged wHft a», battery, Ale* Reffer, toed »0 - it doe» not hear from him in that Of bonds, tneir au tfce board will try to locate relative and his em- "wiiiwn .at -fl«*_ Thurf. placed |n one of «. *»*» tewW/»»'«?" ttjeee tftoite er if be rer l«at«rijly to file lo*ftl board, rd wtll investigftte the de- Alvin D. Sharp Fails to Appeav For Induction Alvin Delbert Sharp, Algona, Order No. 1329, son -of G. A. (Tom) "SALUTE TO OUR HEROES" DRIVE Local Theatres' Sponsor Parade and Program Along with 5,000 Exhibitors in the Nation Norman C. Rice, manager of the Call and Iowa theatres here, and Clarence Phillips, secretary of the: local Chamber of Commerce, attended an exhibitors' meeting held at Humboldt, JFniday at* which were represented every theatre .in Kossuth, Webster and Humboldt counties. The purpose, of the meeting was to outline procedure and programs, .for the "Salute to Our Heroes" billion dollar bond-sale sponsored by the 5,00o theatres in the country arid which will be conducted through all of September. Slater O'Hare, state representative dn thp drive for the theatres, spoke and outlined procedures, etc. BUUon Dollar Goal The 8,000 theatres have set their goal at a billion dollars for bond's during the month of September. Organizations such as federated wo- mahs clubs, U. S. W. of A., patriotic auxiliaries and rural women's groups will be asked to help In the drive and this help Is asked by the theatres throughout the nation. Pdrade Tonight at 7 Forming in front of the Amerl-^ can Legion hall a parade will be had through the main streets tonight at 7 o'clock. The municipal band wdll lead the parade and bond selling organizations and patriotic groups will take part. The camp fire girls group of 28 which gave an excellent patrotlc flag drill at the fair will march in the parade and in front of the Call theatre will,p«t on their very fine drill. Everything Stops at 9 For lour rrilnutea at 9 o'clock ac- j tlvities in everyone of the 8,000 theatres will s,top while a salute to our heroes is made. At the Qall theatre Joe Lowe will be In charge of the salute and patriotic demon* •ation and the camp fire girls and their anted flags will form a proper background on the stage during that program, Outstanding in the program will be the slogan, Martha M. Palmer, R. N., With Service . Recently, in answer to a call • for registered nurses for «jr*? ' vice in the 'armed seryice; CMlsfi /Martha M. Palmer, daiighteY ^f * Mr. and, Mrs; <B2. J 4 Palmer, j 308 S. Lowe street, city, was one 1 of 31 nurses who answered the" call and enlisted at Dee Mojnesv! Miss Palmer is a graduate off Algona high school, class of '3&1; She took three years of nursea', training at the State -Univjpi^ ,sity, Iowa City, graduating Vi^T high honors, Prior, to h,er eni listment Miss Palmer nursed in, 1 a Camp Crowder, Missouri, hog pital and alap for a time in a Florida camp hospital. Following her enlistment she was assigned to the camp hospital at' Fort Dix, New Jersey, She will probably be called to service overseas within a few months. ; Aii Raid Wuden School Thursday M $ ' i wander ajntmunoes (School cownty defense corps, r raj* wa^dant

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