Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1933 · Page 1
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MMt "& ftkowfen, «th. tip w <?2*-1 ALGONA, IOWA, AUGUST 10, 1933 10 Pages Number 48 ML TWO AS NORTH END BANDITS I ASKS 16 AID ON JMITOWI ^Unemployment for Work [H Algona. Fair Offers Four Grandstand Prizes EACH IS FOR WEEK AT THE WORLD'S FAIR .council held a special 'Thursday, and the _rt was approved ,witn- H,O objectors appearing, nance on sidewalks it appears In this nee. It was drawn to . he city's authority to build sidewalks, taxing iLnst the abutting prop; old ordinance was out " W lth recent legal de- new laws. . Federal Funda. ; has asked federal funds to pave from i comer to McOreg- Phillips, and from |it,eet to Jones on State. "' ' i provided by a new relief law 1 .can be g federal highways fcporations. • (Phillips om McGregor to the fair fIs not built up enough to (cost of paving, and the k paving is in poor con- ause of pounding by 'a using No. 169. p ...3 of No. 1«9 from Hum- f the' Webster county line id as a part of a federal One Every Night for One Patron in the Grandstand. Eleven Guests at Jail Find Male Cooks are Not So Bad relief iprogram, , Sunday. Iowa' it ci- i, and counties have ask- lOO for projects ranging :eries to new., ;school- il aid projects. 4'county has asked "to fe 169 paved from Algona By Earl Tlncent, County Fair Secretary. In presenting the 75th annual Kossuth county fair the officials feel they are confronted with an enormous undertaking, that ol keeping It up to the high standard of former years; to do this they will need the support of the whole county. The county fair embraces a wider range of features and gives to the. people a more varied program than any other organization In the county. It affords not only entertainment but educational features -and presents an opportunity for the display of best efforts in the raising and fitting of high. grade livestock, grain, vegetables, and the various products of the home. The association Is offering this display and entertainment at a reduced admission: 35c for the gate during the day and 25c in the evening, with a return privilege for the evening on a day ticket. Children There were 11 prisoners in the county Jail Saturday, and Leo and Charles Dahlhauser have been kept busy, cooking for the men, in the absence of their mother, who has been visiting In Louisiana. Sauerkraut and wieners was the menu for Saturday noon, and other meals have been good, the boys assert. At any >rate the prisoners" haven't complained. The Jail guests and the large Dahlhauser family make a good- sized group for Mrs. Dahlhauser to cook for, but she is fortunate to have boys able to help. The Jail crew Saturday consisted of Harry Lauritson, Ray Lloyd, Glenn Burgess, William Stanley, George Lappe, Harold Nelson, H. B. Fish, Sylvester Johnson, Harold Jergenson, Fred Beitz, and Merle Cooper. Lauritson, who hails gona, is in Jail for 25 from days Alfor drunkenness, and his time will expire August 24. Lloyd and Burgess, who are from Fairmont, are ound to the next grand Jury on a harge of stealing a steer in the orth end of the county. Stanley, a transient, is serving 0 days for the theft of the Isaac' on pony here in mid-July. His under ten will be when accompanied and I'the Humboldt .line P north to Elmore. I Board Too. rejects require that 70. per >cpst be borne by. .bene- :.unit's,'and ohathls un- admitted free by an adult, both afternoon and evening. The price of season tickets has been reduced to a dollar, good for the 'entire four days, both day and night. Grandstand seats will 'be ihg the city has"- asked; lor ! ' - , [25c, , NeVMStunts In Prizes. A ticket good for a week at the Century of Progress world's fair Chicago, will be presented each | ! a' new water . " District lias asked -for r.schoolhouse repairs. Tl- i a storm sewer, f 2,640; a water tow.er arid a w, $7,270. ..; Amounts represent only tot the estimated' cost of irements. Whether the granted Is not yet Itetch from McGregor to [grounds has always been 1 an irritation to persons i the neighborhood. This i only a half mite. The let stretch is only a quar- The two -projects, |s than three-quarters of a SON STUDIO «NEW EXPERT P. Brown started work l«t the Peterson photo, and will be in charge cttlon planned by the .r this fall. The em- l» expected to be perma- *fsohs and Editor and • Miller, Livermore, will week at Aurora. Chl- , visiting a son of the attending • the world's night.to some patron in the grandstand. This ticket will admit you to the Chicago fair every day and will include your living expenses, room, and meals, also transportation to -and from the grounds. The 4-H club sections both in the boys' and the girls' departments have been enlarged this year. We especially call attention to the baby beef club exhibit, a new fea ture of which is a miniature car lot class. This comprises five calves fed and shown by individua exhibitors. These calves will dem onstrate the ability of 4-H club members at feeding, fitting, and showing in the ring. The Iowa Beet Producers association work with and advises the boys and girl as to the accepted and proper fin ish necessary to make a beef ani mal demanded%y^ the packers. Dairy Calves Expected. The Dairy Calf club section will, as usual, be large. This department has for a number of years been recognized by breeders and showmen as one of the outstanding exhibits In the state. In the girls club building will be seen home demonstration work and home furnishing exhibits prepared by the various girls' clubs of the county. There will be a large display on farm machinery, a number of lead- ime will, expire October 15. Lappe, jf Bancroft, was serving time on a bad check charge when he attempted to break Jail, and he is now awaiting a hearing before the grand Jury for that exploit. Nelson, who is from Burt, began serving 30 days a week ago for failure to pay a Justice court fine. Fish, whose home is at Whitite- more, is serving 25 days for drunkenness and will be released August 24. Sylvester Johnson, Algona, was bound to the grand Jury Friday by Justice White on a charge of driving while Intoxicated. Saturday morning Deputy Sheriff Loss arrested Harold Jorgenson, north- beating up was bound to the grand Jury by Justice White. New customers at the Jail Saturday were Fred Beltz and Merle Cooper, Ledyard, held pending trial for robbery of the local Champlin Oil station and the holdup ot Henry CANADA HELD ON POLL DOOK CHAN6ECHARGE Companion Released After Hearing Friday. Ball Pitcher Hired Here; Hurt Defeated in Tourney east of Ledyard, for Mrs. Jorgenson. He 'Fisher near Bancroft last week Sunday. It is claimed that they took $130 from Fisher. That there is still room at the Jail is asserted by Janitor George Palmer, who says that two years ago there were more than 20 men in Jail at the same time. who is 47 years .old, years of experience In trade. H e VM In r, Va;, and firrt 'Bill" Towels, npted D. C., photographer. at the university in turn at studios all ll >try, Mr. Brown has m wedding groups and 1 Photographs. For some *f with the IfartaeU wigeles, and he also >e trade at Honolulu and •'! Mex. He has worked e Union. For the as been manager -aarriedf °' D&3 * I ° |l * S ' Ing manufacturers having signified a desire to show. A variety of commercial exhibits will also be here. , Seven courtroom were anon, Lone Rock; * Mann, Burt; Arnold av ^-- Mary Kay para A. ipevina i TW«~"""'' Algona: and ! Trenary, Titonka. K'who -rote at Cedar, Blerstedt and Carlisle, WhiUe* L 3&5K8s ELEVATOR AT TITONKA CRACJSJN THE NIGHT Titonka, Aug. 8-At one o'clock Monday a loud noise awoke the Schrader family, who live Just south of the railroad track. They thought at first robbers had blown the safe in the North Iowa grain elevator, so they called Marshal William 'Ricklefs. In turn he called Fred Wentz, and together they went to the elevator, guns in examination they found no FATS GET REVENGE AND DEFEAT LEANS Another Fat-Leans kittenball ;ame Friday evening at Athletic park gave the Fats revenge, for de:eat in the first game, July 14. The Fats trimmed the Leans 29 J 5. The score in the first game was'16-13. The Fats ended the first inning 6-2 in the lead. They ran in another-score in the second inning, six In the third, eight in the fourth, one in the fifth, and seven more in the sixth. Neither team scored in the last inning. The Leans made their five tallies when in the first inning they scored two runs, in the fourth two more, and one in the fifth. The line-ups follow: •Fats—E. A. Guderian, p.; Sherwood McDonald, c; W. W. Sullivan, Ib; L. M. Merritt, 2b; Leonard Nelson, 3b; M. C. McMahon, ss; Dr. W. D. Andrews, s; Wm. Seip- man, If; George Yeoman, cf; Stewart McFadden, rf. Leans—H. W. Post, p.; F. A. Newville, c.; .Bdw. Holecek, Ib; George Kanouff Sr., 2b; G. B. BTundage, 3b; Paul Hamil, ss; E. J. MeEvoy, sf; Oscar Anderson, If; F. D. Mathes, cf; Bert Deal, rf. The Leans made the following ubstitutions: Earl Sprague, c; wain, p; G. F. Towne, Ib; Neuman, sf; and Henry Guderian, cf. 'he Fats made only one substitu- .on Charles Cretzmeyer for. W.. W. ulllvan at first base. A .good-sized crowd watched the game. ROTARIANS TO ATTEND MEET AIFORT DODGE The Algona Rotary club was invited Monday to attend an Inter- ity Rotary meeting to be held at tort Dodge the evening of Tuesday, August 22. The . Humboldt and Webster City clubs will also be guests of the Fort Dodge club. The nvltation was extended in person by L. H. Minkel and the Rev. W. O. * • n 'i. Ttn<3 rrn flftT\ Of rAfiTft- Two More Couples See World's Fair Beacon City Way The A. K. Crulkshanks are expected home this morning from Chicago, where they attended the world's fair the Beacon City way. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker and their son Dunyood, left yesterday to attend the fair and a national dental convention. They are at Beacon City. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley, Irvlngton, will attend the fair all next week, stopping at Beacon City. Besides 6-day, 4-day, and 3- day service, Beacon City now offers a 2-day week-end service at only $10.95. The same service may Jbe had at the Sheridan- Plaza hotel If preferred. Reservations must be made In advance, and In Kossuth can be made only through the Advance, Admission that James E. Canada, Webster City, who obtained poll books from County Auditor E. J. Butler last May, was in the employ of the state attorney general's office was made Friday, when Canada was bound to the grand Jury by Justice H. B. White. County Attorney M. C. McMahor received a telephone call last Thursday from the attorney general's office advising that Canada would be produced when wanted Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser was un able to locate Canada at Webster City last week Wednesday, but he brought back Charles <E. Blair Jointly named with.Canada in anl information charging the altering of one'of the 1932 primary poll books to make it appear that D. H. Goeders had voted the republican ticket, whereas in fact he voted the democratic ticket. Blair was released following a hearing Friday before Justice White in which he claimed that he had no knowledge of Canada's mission here, or of any alteration in the poll book. He claimed further The Algona ball team was defeated, 9-«, in an extra-inning game at-Buffalo Center Sunday. Algona had the lead, 8-4, in the sixth inning, but Buffalo Center tied the score in the ninth. Carol Wander hit a home run and made a three-base hit for Algona, and Bruna, Butler, and Omer Kelly made two-base hits. Next Sunday's game will be against Fenton- here. A pitcher has been hired by the local club for the rest of the season, which will probably run till late in September. He is Carl Callies, Titonka, recognized throughout the state as a good pitcher, having ranked high In the semipro league at Des Moines last year. This assistance in the pitcher's box • is expected to add great strength to the team, and it is now believed that it will finish the season with an excellent record. Callles will pitch his first game next Sunday On the local diamond against Fenton. The team this year has shown a lot of strength in batting, but has teen weak in.a pitcher's box. The )atters have maintained a good scoring record, but the team, be- ;ause of: pitching weakness, was unable to hold scoring by opposing ;eams down. To date this year Algona's record of wins and losses s about even. The team's line-up will now be as follows: Callies, p; E. J. Butler Carol Wander, Ib; Omer Kelly 2b; Dr. C. J. Soanlan, 3b; Clarence Bruns, ss; Junior Kelly, 11; Algona Markets HOGS Best med. wt. 180 to 260 $3.80 Best med. wt. 260 to 300 $3.70 Best prime livy. butch. 300-350 3.60 acking sows, 300 to 350 Ibs. _$3.00 Heavy sows, 400 Ibs. $2.90 Big hvy. sows, 400-500 $2.75 CATTLE Canners and cutters $1.00 to $1.50 Fat cows $2.00 to $2.75 that he did not even know that Canada obtained the poll book. Blair said he was merely chauffeur for Canada. Canada's bond was fixed at $500, and the state attorney general's office sent up a $500 bond approved by the Poly county court clerk with George P. Comfort, of Des Moines, as surety. _ ..'...... Canada, it is understood, denies the charge. He waived preliminary examination. The next grand jury will meet September 26. ' PAIR CHARGED WITH HOLD-UP NEAR BANCROFT Ledyard Wife Beater Jailed for Attack With Knife. ...-in Fred .Beitz and Merle Cooper,. Ledyard, were bound to the grand: Jury Monday by Justice White on a charge of robbery with aggravation, and were sent to jail, in default of $2600 bonds. The pair were charged with th* robbery with guns of Henry Fisher, Bancroft farmer, at a point near that town, a week ago Sunday. They had been spectators at a pok- v l SWV $4 00 to $4 60 " game In which.iFisher took part. Fat steer"""US to jtoo t is reported. He flashed a roll. flat bieefb T__. -- ««,! *,,hnn Infer. Vlo woo nn M» Yearlings $2.50 to $3.50 Bulls $2.00 to $2.50 Stock steers $3.00 to $4.00 POULTRY Hens 6c and 8c Cocks - 4c and 6c Springs 8c and lOc PRODUCE Eggs, graded, No. 1 He Eggs, graded No. 2 7c Cash cream 17c GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn ___39c No. 2 white corn 41c No. 3 white' oats, old 31c No. 3 white oats, new — 30c HIDES Green beef hides :— -5c Horse __•__.___:_-$2.50 Bob Sellstrom, cf; Farls Miner, rf. Alternates will be: George Kanouff Jr., Jos. Dahlhauser, Emmet Beard, and W, Godden. Men who have been filling the pitcher's:box include Kelly, L. W. Swanson, KanouM, and Sellstrom. .Kelly has also worn the catcher's mit several times. . .- J Burt, Aug. 8—Burt's Junior ball team returned Friday from Rockwell City, where it took part in a state tournament. Hurt won one of thre'e games, tying with Le Mars The walls looked as if they cave to any moment. It plosion. The elevator held bushels of grain. = a r 8 . 6 ot the W-2L, W Nine Dodge Harless, Fort ional pastor. A golf tournament in Ight picked men from each Congrega which LITTLE CHANGE IN THE MARKETSJN LAST WEEK Local markets show little chang* over last week. No. 2 yellow corn Is down a cent, but No. 2 white Is up a cent.' Oats are down a penny for both old and new. Cattle are steady, but hogs are 20c under last weeks' quotations. The grain market is still pegged at a week ago Monday's close, with daily changes in the market 'limited as follows: wheat Be; corn, 4c; oats, 3c. A government crop report is ex* pected today, and it is anticipated that it will be "bullish," predicting lower .yields than ' heretofore estimated. Ordinarily this would mean a higher market, but ; the, erratic fluctuations in recent weeks have made speculators wary. The government report* will 'be released at 2 p. m., Iowa time, following the close of today's markets. The market fell last weekend, and increases this week have barely made up the drop. • STORM SEWER WORK IS STARTEDJY CITY Ten men started work Monday for the city at laying more than 2,000 feet of storm sewer tile at various places 1 about town. A number of new drains from street gutters, to the storm tile will also be laid. The project will provide the men with work for more than a month. •Work was started Monday and Burlington for second place, the championship going to Cedar Rapids, which won all of its three games. Last week Tuesday Burt played Burlington, and was defeated, 11-8. Burt made a poor start, letting Burlington run in six scores in the first inning, played good TAX VALUATIONS GIVENJTATE 0, K, County Auditor Butler has received notice from the state board of assessment and review that, there will be no change in Kossuth assessments' of real f state. Usually changes are made to equalize assessments with assessments in other counties, but Kossuth's assessments were so accurately made this year that no changes were club will take part will be held in the afternoon, with dinner in the even- ng The golf foursomes will consist of one man from each club, and prizes will be awarded. • M Editor Waller, of the U. D. M., spoke on a trip to Cuba he made some years ago. He crossed from KeTwestby:boatwith a Florida per man who provided on the 'boat and for places >t "interest in Cuba. 1J4 Here Sign Up in the NRA Drive business A total of 114 Algona houses bad signed the N. B. A. .greement Wjojesterday after- Timely Raiiw Mature Corn Crop A light shower yesterday morning was the third rain this month. Last week Wednesday .27 inches of rain fell, and Sunday morning there was a fall of .43 niches; With yesterday's rain more tftan an Inch of rain has fallen so far this month. in July a total of 444 inches of rain fell, which was .31 inches above normal for the ; month. The official temperature record for ;the month to date follows: August 1 ------ 1 — -— r8? August 2 (.27 in. r'fall) 7S August 3 -------------- 75 August 4 -------------- 80 Although Burt later ball, the boys were and were thus en- into Some i, v»Y most .TT- j |or permanent making 4efinite changes. •* Thieves Ramack n Elevator at Burt The Burt elevator S a 8r tore4by on Harlan street, between Nebraska and McGregor streets, along the west side of the new high school juilding. A second project will be on Nebraska street between Harlan and.Moore; third, Moore street between Nebraska and State; fourth, Nebraska between Thorington and Dodge; and fifth, Call street between Wooster and Garfield. . ' At the corner of McGregor and Moore streets, where the Congregational church is located, drains will be laid. City .Engineer C. E. Chubb and Street Commissioner Jesse Lashbrook are in charge. Three .carloads of 12-inch tile two and a' half feet long will be used. Other, work is contemplated but not yet-authorized by the council. Kittenball Team Draws a Bye in Mason City Tilt A picked Algona kittenball team went to Corwith "Sunday and played a night; game against Goodell losing, 9-8. The local team was the same that Is competing in a northern Iowa and southern Minnesota tournament at Mason City this week, The locals were to play the Albert Lea Evening Tribune at 9 p. m. last-night. They drew a bye hi the first •'bracket and did not have to play Monday. ' Playing on the team are; . Andrew Arent, p; George Lee, c; Frank Smith, Ib; Willard Gregson, Bb* Cr A 1 nrl*>i"»«* Q'K«. Tattinc Watts, ss; unable to counteract the big handicap gained by Burlington. Rain prevented games Wednesday, but last Thursday Burt met and .defeated Le Mars, 7-6. The final game of the tournament was between Burt and Cedar Rapids Friday, an* Cedar Rapids won, 9-7. All other teams won only one game. A curious fact was that though Burlington defeated Burt, 11-8, Burt won from Le Mars, 7-6, and Le Mars won from Burlington, 125. Though Burt made a good show- Ing, persons here who attended the games felt that the boys failed to do themselves Justice, due perhaps to stagef right. Farmers Stage Real Game. South Cresco, Aug. 8—Speaking of ball games, there was a . real one Sunday in the Runchey pasture. The Runchey->Fraser threshing ring challenged the Potter- Wichtendahl ring, , and the challenge was accepted. Tile event necessary.. Seven changes were made in personal property assessments. Yearling mules were decreased 30 per cent; 3-year-old mules were increased 10 per cent, and feeding cattle 50 per cent; yearling heifers were increased 20 per cent,. and cows were increased 20 per cent; and yearlings and 2-year-old steers were Increased 20' per cent.' The big increase in cattle in •feeding resulted from a method used! here. The assessors based valuations on the pound market price at the time of -assessment, but the state valuation is by the head,' which:necessitated a boost in and when, later, he was on hist way home they stopped him, it I» * claimed, two miles east of Bancroft by crowding his car off the oad. Then they robbed him of the roll, meanwhile threatening him. with a gun, but failed to find (36. which he had in another pocket,' Champlln Bobbery Dented. In addition to taking $131 In cash. the bandits kicked Fisher several times and skinned one of his knees. Both Cooper and Beitz deny th« charges. The information was filed by Constable George Dunn, Le4- yar.d. . . . Beitz is a married man who has been working on 'farms in th» North End. Cooper, who has s.erv- ed a term in Jail on a charge ot transporting liquor, is one of the few boys from Father Flanagan's home 'for boys at Omaha who has slipped Into crime. He was adopted by a Bancroft family some years ago, but lately has 'boon on hi* own.. He is 22"years"e!£r~""' * /.* 'Beitz and Cooper were question- ed'concerning the recent robbery ot Russeli Maxwell, manager of tha Champlin oil station at Algona, but denied any knowledge of it. u WJfe Beater Is Jailed. V Harold Jergenson, also Ledyard. was bound to the grand Jury Saturday by Justice White on a charge of assault with intent to do great bodily 'injury to his wife, who brought the charge. Mrs; Jergen- Kossuth valuations.' •No changes in, assessments. of colts, horses, stallions, Jacks, it- drew a gallery of 'between 200 and 300 persons, and the tilt turned out to be a fast,game, the score re- year-old heifers, 3-year-old steers, bulls,'hogs, and goats were made. CREAMERY INSTALLS OIL BURNER SYSTEM The Algona creamery installed a new oil burner system 'between Saturday, and'Monday. The burner will heat water and make-steam at 85 pounds pressure for pasteurization of- cream-,.washing milk bottles and cans,' and -heating the building; ' It "was 'installed by representatives of the 'Hell Co., Milwaukee, and was in operation Monday, (Farmers, instead of 'bringing • in son testified that her husband became drunk at the Legion celebration at Swea City last Thursday night. She was at Swea City also; and when-he disappeared his brother took her home. When her husband arrived later he. was in a> drunken rage andVbeat her. In the melee Mrs. Jergenson suf» fered cuts on, her legs, which she believes were inflicted with a. butcher knife. She also suffered numerous bruises. Jergenson is in Jail in default of $1,000 bond. Drunk Driver Arrested. Sylvester Johnson, EstherviUe» favored two hitch-hikers with a. ride, and as a result was bound to> the grand jury by Justice Whit* Friday evening on a charge of drhr- ing his car while intoxicated. Bond was set at '$500, which he has not. yet furnished. Johnson was driving in the North End when he was hailed by 1 twtfc men. He stopped and the/ got in. In return for the ride they offered him liquor, which he "accepted er the pick-ups, thinking lie] t drunk, attempted to rob him/- but they were unsuccessful, .and htt put them out near Titonka,' after which he drove to that town.' To Pleat Guilty Today, J At the hearing Johnson denied that he was drunk, but Constables William Ricklefs -and "Gibe" An* IU UO A I«i3*. *6»*MW» W»V> a*JW»*J * »* -^ -•_• - . — - sultlng-5-3 in favor of the Potter- milk Sunday morning, made an ex- '.--I, . m i j 4-win 4-ntn Ga«*11v*.H O*F -AV A.V\ 1 ¥t OT find IT* Wichtendahl ring. The crowd "chipped In" to buy ten gallons of ice cream. Woden Defeats St, Benedict. St. Benedict, Aug. 8—Woden and St. Benedict played ball here Sunday, and the score resulted 11-6 in of oil is expected to last almost a 62 August 5 August "6 -'—«i August 7 87 August 8 91 Pool Concert Next Sunday. The swimming pool band concert which the Algona high school band, under the direction of D. Wane Collins, was scheduled to, give last Sunday was postponed till this next Sunday because of rain- The concert will 'begin at 3 o'clock, and a swimming meet will be held Immediately! afterwards, neth Medln, ot; Carol 4- J - County Aids Job Drive. QDay work on the county rp,$dj has been, set at » maximum Wittkppf, , Cecil Benner, sf; Ken«; Norman Walker, Firtt Round of Golf Tilt Endt The iirst round of a handicap gojf tournament was finished Tuesday evening, and a Dutch lunch was served at the clubhouse. Loser? will now 'be paired in a consolation tournament which, will foe finished atooufthe same time as the najdicap match. - The consolation match will also" be a handicap tournament. 'Eighteen holes nwst now be played in 'both, and holes, not strokes, will determine, winners. The next Dutch lunch. }s sat for Thursday evening, ^Ujpj| " *Kji favor of Woden. Grandgenett Pool Hall Burglarized Seven thousand cigarettes, 400 cigars, a slot machine, the stand it sat on, an electric tan, 20 decks of cards, $6 worth of tobacco, and more than $5 in cash were stolen •from the Frank Grandgenett pool hall at St. Benedict Saturday night. Discovery. of the robbery was made Sunday morning by Mr. Grandgenett. Deputy'Sheriff Loss was called, tout no clews could be found- Entrance,was gained by prying x>pen a front east window. An 8^-lb. daughter, Joyce M lene, was born to Mr. and' Mrs- Louis Heetland Sunday morning. Mrs. Heetland was Irene Pentecost before- marriage last September at Brpoktags, S. D. tra trip Saturday evening, and in that way the creamery made up for time lost while Installation was In progress. . Three large tanks holding 18,000 gallons ot oil-have been erected in the Milwaukee yards. This amount year. Neighbors of the creamery will no longer have reason to complain of soot and smoke- from its chimney. Crime. (Continued on pa^e 10,) Aztecs Come for '. Annual Indian < Day at Titonk* Iu Verne Joins NBA. Lu Verne, Aug. 8— At a meeting at the city hall Monday afternoon. Lu Verne business nen adopted a resolution for uniform opening and cjpslng hours in hours, sire 7:3.P urdays, V? P Legion is Host at Celebration at Fenton Today The annual Fenton Legion celebration takes place today. The usual merryrgo-round, ferris wheel, and other concessions have been secured." Two fast iball games are scheduled. At 1 o'clock a Junior League game will be played between Burt and Bancroft. At 2:30 the Fenton and'Whlttemore town teams will clash. Each of these teams has scored 4 victory ove? the . other, and this match will 'be the rubber. The Fenton "kid" hand, under H. J. Croft, Ringsted, wi}l give a concert, and at night a new dance pavilion will be'opejaed, wttb, music by the Frank Titonka will celebrate its annual Indian day next Tuesday, Chief Zat Zam, last of the - Act«9 tribe, and his squaw will attend. The Aztecs are today the subject of extensive research by historians because of the high state of-civi% zation ttoey developed before they were practically extinguished bjf the Spanish conquistadors. Another attraction wilkbe Bloom, Algona, and -his band. The Woden-Titonka will also- play. Free, at$ will include a magician's act/a *>al loon ascension, and a parachut drop. (Passenger planes wi'iy»e, o hand.> , A, ball 'game is . tween the. Fore's^ City ' .,-Jv '' l *1 an< a colored team The Orvis will play for •afternoon and evening dancing' - • - -- v all store 5: e*jfp| Sat- w* W S Pastor Preaches Outdoors on city, Aug. B the Methodist -«- f

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