Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1934
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K033UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AMOWA. IOWA PAGE THHE1 play, the Klassi garage at i'to lie Kept Busy— &dar for high school l<$1 activities has been is as follows: Jun(W , 4 uet at .the Colonial »at Humboldt; Baccal- L 20, with the Rev. Wm. •• j the sermon; „ ,,._,, Mrs. Temple's May"22; and commen- raercises May 24. The is ail H. Bell, of the deft of sociology of the un- 1, of Nebraska. His address "The Present Age and xta to Youth. There are) .Jiere of the graduating Eileen Neal, Roberta Mas- Edna Hintz, Marvel David- ta Snyder, Harold Miller iNiver, and Wayne Lang i gee Conrlth Exhibit- sen members of the Tues- i attended an exhibit of , soap sculpture, antique IjjgB, and shawls given by "1th Woman's club at the [ church there last week The pottery and porce *i loan from the federated a. It contains 60 pieces i and 76 pieces of table-. |'J9 patterns. The other ei- fhlch Included seven quilts (D lo 125 years old, and hooked nigs, paisley , and coverlets, were col- |bjthe Corwlth women. More ) persons were in attend- 1 a silver tea was given to Bancroft Young Couple Married Tuesday Morning Bancroft, May 1 — A wedding took place Tuesday morning at 8 •'clock at St. John's Catholic: shuroh, when Armella, daughter of llr. and Mrs. J. C. Menke, became ;he .bride of George, son of Mr. and VIrs. Joseph Rahe. The iRev. J. P. Schultes officiated. Tike couple was attended toy Wal- mrga Rahe, sister o£ the 'bridegroom, and Alfred Menke, brother of the .bride. The bride wore a white satin, 'loot-length dress and a long white veil. She carried pink roses' and white sweet peas. The maid's dress was of ashes of roses flat crepe, with accessories to match, and she carried yellow snapdragons. Following *he ceremony dinner was Served at the (home of the jride's 'parents to 50. Late in the day the couple left for a week's ;rip through eastern Iowa. They will Jive -on a farm north of Ban«• k rOlw The wedding took place on tha 28th anniversary of the bride's .parents' marriage. MMMWHBBMM Family Beunion is Held — A family reunion was iheld at Joe Johnson's (Sunday, the occasion being the •62nd birthday of Mr. Johnson, also the birthday of the oldest daughter, Mrs. Joton Badje. The party was a surprise for Mr. Johnson. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Badje, Buffalo Center; the Rinard Johnsons, the George 1 Jottmsons, the Jos. Johnsons Jr., John, 'Rina, Carl, and Jennie Johnson, Dakota, Hilda Johnson, Leone 'Schneider, and John Wibben. 1 Mrs. Bay Miller Bereaved— . Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller, thei Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Bryden, and Mike Hustimier left Monday for Beatrice, Neb., wihere the Millers were called by news of flbe death of Mre. Miller's mother, Mrs. Emma Pefferman. The funeral was Tuesday morning. — — • Mrs. Bolster Reported Better- Word was received here early in •the week ttet Mrs. Kate 'Bolster is improving. She 'has ibeen in .poor 'health during the past several U/UITTCIinDC weeks, and is with her daughter Mm. C. J. Q-Noil._Fopt Dodge ' l)oc(,,r Hoffman fo Con vent ion- fn?P I;u V I( ? tfmiU1 'eft Tuesday for Cedar Rapids to attend a state dental convention. He expecls to return Friday. Daughter for the Von Banks- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Von Bank have _ a daughter, born Sunday morning. Mrs. C. J. Staucler is caring for mother and babe. Other Bancroft News, Mrs. Wilbur Fox and her two children spent' Saturday and Sunday at Algona with the former-gaunt. Mrs. Calllierine Hurn. Mr Fox went to Engio Grove Saturday evening with stock shipped by F J. Welp and W. A. Murray Tlhe August Lensings, Watoassa Minn., spent Saturday and Sunday 'here with relatives, Mrs. Lensing was Agnes Fangman before marriage. The Alphonse Fangmans Alta, visaed relatives -here .Saturday and Sunday. G. S. Underkofler drove to DCS Moines Sunday on a business mission. Mrs. Underkoffler and her daughter Joyce rode to Belmom with ihim to visit bis parents, Mr and Mrs. J. UnderkofUr. Mrs. Jessie Stehritz and mother, Mrs. E. M. Hawks, Lone Rock drove to Estherville Sunday to <vi sit Mrs. Hawk's sister, Mrs. War ner, Fenton, a patient at a bospi tal .there. _ Harry Hiltz 'left Friday for Bur lington to visit relatives. Elrnei Kellar took him to Font Dodge where he boarded a train. Mr. Hilt: owns the Hiltz Cafe here. The Jos. Wolfs, Austin, Minn spent Saturuday and Sunday wit Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keoprath The women are sisters. Emmet, son of Dr. and Mrs. J A. Devine who da attending coileg at Ames, spent the week-end wit his .parents ihere. Mrs. Frank Lupin and her siste Mrs. Otto Schmidt will entertai] the Baptist mission circle at Mrs Lupin's Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ditswortt Swea City, visited at Albert Cut ler's Monday. schools to take Florence Lynch 1 Club In Meeting— • April meeting of the com- (jdiiD was Iheld Monday eve' the school gymnasium. The oe was not as large as'us: an interesting .program Music was furnished .by a clarinet, and a sousapihone from Corwith. The princi- •"-er was flhe Rev. A. S. , Congregtional minister, « on Reminiscences of Jland. At the business we matter of starting a |gctorjr was tabled and It "lootto hold any more "*'' fall. , ' at Hospital— • M, Lowmlller went to 1 last week Monday, and operation last week . • She Is at the Worrell .Mrs WHbur Kubly went •«er for treatment, but with the mumps, so K oorne to recover. « tar Treatment— to Iowa RESTAURANT MAN PASSES 18 TITONKA SENIORS CAST IN CLASS PLAY Titonka, May 1—The high school seniors will give their class play, Shirtsleeves, May 17-18. In the -ast will bo Lois Helfner, Herman 'ireert, Ardith Nauman, George Bockelman, Wilbur Schram, Helen Heed, Loraine Peterson, Pauline Blaklcy, Feme Krantz, William Kennedy, Russell Kuchenreuther, Slanley Larson, Alice Pannkuk, Hazel Miller, Bernice Larson, Arthur Askln, Henry Harms, and Donald (tosgrove. This includes every member of the class'for the first time in some years. Allene Johnson Is coach. Tllonka, Wins County Trophy- Last week Wednesday Titonka, winner of the east half inter-high school baseball tournament, played Burt, winner in the west half, at Bancroft to determine the county championship. The game was fast and close. When the ninth inning opened the score was 3-0 in favor of Titonka. In a few minutes of lapse Titonka let Burt even the score, but rallied and ran in the winning tally. Titonka thus won the county championship cup, which will remain here till next year's tournament. Juniors Hosts to Seniors— The annual junior-senior banquet will take place this week Wednesday night in the basement of the Methodist church, which will be decorated in Japanese style. Donald will be toastmaster, and toasts will be given as follows: Welcome, Leota Oesterreicher; response, Wilbur Schram; Judgments, Gertrude Meyer; Activities, Helen Seed; Pictures, Ardis Kelley; Aspirations, Supt. C. A. Hoon; Nightmares, Coach Dunmire; song, Irma Campbell. (tonka Juniors Win Trophy— The junior high school ball team layed Swea City at Bancroft Sat rday morning in a junior high ournament there Friday and Sat- rday, and won, 9-1. In the after- oon Titonka played Burt, and ha< o play an extra inning, but won -1, and thus won the tournament Couple Good Hope Pastor to Talk on Alcohol as Motor Fuel Good Hope, May 1—A raUher wide-spread movement is on foot to encourage national 'legislation to legalize the manufacture and •sale oE motor fuel of 90% petroleum base combined with 10 .per cent of alcohol made from surplus farm products. A meeting to this end was held 'at tlhe KMA radio station, Qhenan- rtoah, Friday, and .persons wltvo listened in can attest that it was enthusiastic. Representatives from fjeveral states were present, and many vital facts in relation to the subject presented. That tihis question may be more widely brought to the attention of persons of interest the same subset will be discussed at services f worship at tlhe Whittemore and Good Hope Methodist churches aext .Sunday morning under ibhe treatment, and A. H f% down this week! to Humboldt daughter 1 ls at Colfax. while !1 >t and rest. llast return- a course suffered a Whlttemore, May 1 — Eugene Schoonhoven, 62, who had lived here 14 years, died last week Tuesday. He had been In poor health for years and was abed two weeks before death. Mr. Schoonhoven was born May 19,1872, on a farm near Elgin, 111., and was married to Andrea Davidson February 27, 1907, at Elgin. They came to Whlttemore 14 years ago, and Mr. Schoonhoven had since then operated restaurants here at different times. Surviving, besides his wife, are two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Ervin, of Nampa, Ida., and Mrs. Harry Stephens,' Kalamazoo, Mich. Services were held at the Swanon funeral home last week Wednesday at 7 p. m., the Rev. A. H. Wood, of Good Hope, In charge, .nd pallbearers were Andrew S. Elbert, William Kelly, W. T. Fish, ohn Mosbach, Frank Bestenleh- ner, and John S. Cullen. The body was taken to Elgin for burial, and ervlces here were held at the Epls- opal Church of the Redeemer Friday. Shower Honors Edna Mosbach- A miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon at the Academy hall for Edna Mosbach, who is o become the bride of Harvey El- >ert May 7. Five hundred and >ridge were played, and winning were Lucile O'Brien, high, and Helen Farrel, low, at bridge; Mrs James Hogan, high, and Mrs. Elery Pearce, low, at 500. Miss Mosbach received many gifts. Rosary Party is Success— A card party given by the Rosary society of St. Michael's parish ast Thursday evening, drew a arge patronage, and winning were: Mrs. Nell Farrell and Mike Mergen, high at 600, Luella Elbert and Martin Bonnstetter, low; Mrs. James Geelan and E. C. Jackman high, and Mrs. John P. Uhlenbake and Ralph Bartlett, low, at bridge Ledynrd Boy Born Here- Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan are parents of & boy, born last week Wednesday, named Patrick Henry Mrs. Sullivan and the baby are at the McCreery hospital. She was formerly Condegundes Felder. The Sulllvans, who are of Ledyard have two other children, both girls Baby Has Strange Disease— The Tom Sheller baby Is in serious condition with lymphatic luk- emia, a disease of the bone marrow and spleen which'causes an abnormal supply of white corpuscles and a diminishing number of red corpuscles. Albert Behnkes Are Improving— Mrs. D. Cordes has word tha Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke, who are with their son Fred to Excel sior Springs, Mo., are improving Both have been sick during the las few months. Mrs. Cordes and Mrs Behnke are sisters. Cow Kicks Farm Hand- Ernest Gerber, brother of Mrs Ray Esser and Mrs. Harry Helmke was kicked by a cow one day las week, and an abscess is forming where he was hit. Kate Haag Birthday Observed— A surprise party was given for Kate Haag Friday evening in honor of her birthday. Five hundred was played. Other Whittemore News Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer, Fenton, who left recently for a honeymoon in Wisconsin, were accompanied by Mrs. William Rusch Jr. and her daughter Marlon, who were to visit Mrs. Rusch's parents at Watertown, Wis. The Richard Kaschmltters visited Mrs. Kascnmitter's slater, Mrs. Volber, leaving Saturday, and also islted Mrs. Anna Schrelrer, Mrs. aschmitter's mother, Wilmont, Minn., who has been sick for some me. The Kaschmitters returned [onday. The Delbert Walkers, Delevan, [inn., and Mr. and Mrs. Carson 'eterson, Mason City, visited at O. [. Roupe's Sunday, also at Clayton Jrook'a, Emmetsburg. The Mes- ames Walker, Peterson, and Crook re daughters of Mr. and Mrs. loupe. Nurse Patricia Weir has returned rom Rockwell City, where she ared for Mrs. William Blasely. 'atricia was accompanied hero by AT. and Mrs. George Dahlke and rlr. Blasely. The Arthur Balmers, Dolllver pent Sunday with Mrs. Balmer's larents, Mr. and Mrs. John Meine 'he Ralph Albrights, northeast of Llgona, visited Mrs. Albright's par- ints, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hahn. Mrs. William Kehoe and her New Son for Peter Haags— Mr. and Mrs .Peter Haag are par ents of an 8%-lb. boy, born Satur day. Leona, Haag, R. N., sister o Mr. Haag, is in charge. New Teacher Is flamed— A Miss Huxley, of Elkader, ha been elected teacher in the publi his is the second year that Titonka junior high has won lounty tournament. Several the the car attended oads of Titonka people he games. Methodist W. H. M. S. Meets— The Methodist W. F. M. S. me 'rlday with Mrs. Ray Hansen 3ach woman told what she was hankful for and presented a smal turn of money, the total being 11.70. Florence Reynolds sang iOlo. Attending: Mesdames H. A ennings, Fred Jennings, looper, Fremont Faul, Camilla Augus Schram, William Schram, Ray Oes erreicher, Alma Thompson, L. C Heifner, and Edw. Zweifel. Ramsey Cast Presents Play— A farce-comedy in three act lead, Farm-Alcohol Motor nd tlhe Kingdom of God. .Fuel lorse Kicks Farm Hand- Kenneth Rutledge narrowly es- aped serious injury Monday, when e was kicked with tooth, feet by a) lorse .he was at work on. He was truck in the groin, and the thigh and was out of action for about n hour, but he was later able to go atoou't ihia work. Child's Birthday Celebrated— A dinner in honor of fflie birthday anniversary of .Robert Charles, 4- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Engstrom, was served at Henry Engslrom's 'home Sunday. Guests were the August .Eng- stroms, Wesley; the Everett Harrises, Algona; the Otto Engstroms, and Betty Turner. New Well for Bournes— A new well is being drilled at W. ,T. Bourne's to replace an old well upon which the family ihas depended many years, tout which, lor lack of moisture in tihe last several seasons, is now drying up. Parties from Armstrong are doing the work. Other Good Hope. The Good Hope Aid meets frhisl week Thursday with Mrs. James Knoll, Mrs. Vern Gross assisting. Important business is to be discussed. 'Martha Madson is assisting Mm. Henry Engs'trom for several days during recuperation of the latter from dental work. A'lden Reid was able to return ito sdhool Tuesday, after ten days illness with a general infection. Iso invited. Other Titonka News. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hansen, Bradord Buffington, Mrs. Phil Buffing- on, and Leo Orthel drove to Hampton last week Sunday and rought home Blanche Buffington, ivho had spent a week with her sls- er, Zella Harris, beauty operator here. Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe \and Mrs. iarry Beed were at Mason City Friday. Mrs. Jay Budlong, Mrs. Soy i Budlong, and Mrs. Frances Budlong were there Saturday. Russell Thompson, Iowa Falls, 3rother of Bernard, south of town, came Sunday for an extended visit, He also spent last summer with his brother here. William Schram shipped several carloads of stock to Chicago Saturday night and rode to Chicago on the same train. Hazel and Edith Budlong, o Hampton, spent the week-end with their mother, Mrs. Frances Bud long. Mrs. Frances Kester, Iowa Falls formerly Titonka, spent a few days last week at Dr. R. C. Ball's. Lakota Oran O'Keefe closed a deal las week for the sale of his barbe shop in Lakota to a Bradgate, who took HAM AND LUNCH GIVEN BY J, J, GROUP Lu Verne, May 1—An occasion always looked forward to by persons invited to attend is the annual guest day party of the J. J club, which this year took place Friday afternoon at the home ol the president, Mrs. J. L. Eustace After the guests had assembled a program was given: Welcome, Mrs Eustace; response, Mrs. F. I. Chap man; song skit, Courting Peggy Jane, Mrs. Wm. Hefti Albert Hefti; one-act and Play, Tuesday. The newcomers will live in the rooms over the shop, which were vacated Monday by the O'Keefes, who moved Into rooms in the Blome building. The O'Kee'es will continue to manage their 400 oil station at the intersection of No. 9 and the road into Lakota. Mrs The Runaways, parts taken by Mrs Bernard Wolf and Mrs. Lawrenc Miller; music, Little German banl Grant Jennings Jr., Phil Ltchty Bobby Smith, Billy and Bobb; Chapman, Raymond Westling, am Jack Holdcroft. Several games su pervised by Mrs. Harold Sorenson followed, and lunch was served b a committee. Guests were Mea- dames Fred Schneider, Charles Hanselman, L. Wittenburg, James Johnson Jr., Fred Merkle, Milton Worby, F. I. Chapman, Herbert Smith, Lloyd Smith, Adam Zweifel, man from T. L. Williams, Cecil Williams, Roy possession Frank, and Gerhardt Wills, and OTICE OF HEARING ON EgTBLISHMENT OF PROPOSED ONDARY ROAD DISTRICT NO. 221 Notice is hereby given that there has been filed in the office of IB County Auditor of Kossuth county, a petition for the establish- icnt of a district for surfacing the following described secondary oad: Beginning at the southwest corner of Section 22-96-29 and ing east two (2) miles. Said road to be surfaced with gravel. Said district to include the following real estate: SEC- run- Twp. Range wner— Description Hitta Chrischllles, N% SFM utta Chrischilles, SW'/t SE',4 .rutta Chrischilles, E% SWVi eo. W. Ingharn, w% SW% Villiam Jenkinson, SE% SE',4 Ufred Schenck, SE% eorge W. Boevers, SW'/i yrus D. Ward, E% NE% forma Bailey, W% NE'/ t C. Spear, NW& Villiam F. Jenkinson, »V~illiam Jenkinson, M. and Wm. E. ]Ricker, SE^i NE'/i 27 ohn Frankl, NW^, 27 Said petition will come on for hearing before the Board of Super- isors at their office in the Court House in Algona, Iowa, at 2 o'clock . m. on the 10th day of May, 1934, at which time all persons inter- sted therein may appear and be heard in the matter. Dated at Algona, Iowa, this 16th day of April, 1934. E. J. BOTLER, County Auditor. Sec. 22 22 22 22 22 23 23 26 26 26 27 27 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 96 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 27 29 lately First, was presented by the | Fannie Gannon, Ames specialist, Ramsey Young People's club at the gave the first of five lessons on the high school auditorium here Fri- 1934 kitchen to 20 Farm Bureau day night. In the cast were Steph- ( women from Ledyard, Lincoln, Heen Tjaden, Anna Radamaker, John bron, and Springfield townships Beenken, Sena Tjaden, Henry Rad-, Monday afternoon at J. H. Warbur- imaker, Wilma Garfield, John ton's, east of Lakota. After the larms, Katie Beenken, Albert meeting the Lincoln township Sleeper, and Alma Sleper. A large women served cake and coffee. audience attended. Junior Ball Tossers Win— A junior high school ball tournament game was played at Bancroft Friday and Saturday. Titonka play- Four other meetings will be held in the county this week at different points. A county meeting will be held next week to make plans Bancrofters with a 22-2 score. went to Rochester last week Tuesday in response to a call from Ethel Mer- lallies P'te^ed. The Wtonla Junv and who died the foUo wing or High won the tournament last,.,,,,, i „,„,,,. „„„„„ „„„ TO i, 0 i year. daughters, Inez and Mary Jane ebhart, Gertrude Farrel, and Adelore Kehoe, all of Minneapolis arrived Saturday to visit frionds going back Monday. Mrs. Frank Kollasch, son Honald, and the former's niece, Cornelia Kollasch, visited the Tony ichmidts Jr. Monday. Mrs. Kolasch and Mrs. Schmidt are sisters Neighbors and other friends surprised Mrs. M. C. Weir recently in lonor of her 62nd birthday. The afternoon was spent at visiting, af- er which lunch was served. Anna Higgins, Chicago, and Mrs John Meyer, Emmetsburg, have been' visiting their brother, William Higgins, who has been sick during he last few weeks. Lillian Heidenwith, employed a ,he Walter Krause home, Lone Rock, spent Sunday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden with. Mrs. Frank Bell, Blue Earth, and her daughters Betty and Clarice visited the former's parents, Mr and Mrs. D. Cordes, Saturday. Lucile, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Reiiners, was at home over the week-end. She attends college at Ames. Mrs. Nick Lubenthal, Emmetsburg, visited a few days last week at her sister, Mrs. Jos. Meurer's. The Samuel Mathiasons and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller, Fairmont, visited the Elmo Barbers Sunday. Glen Pantier spilled liquir gas on one of his hands the other day and suffered severe burns. The Elmo Barbers attended a family reunion at B. E. Walker's, West Bend, Sunday. Sylvester Hayes has moved to the Herman Bierstedt house from the H. P. Hatch house. The Elmo Barbers visited the John Walkers, Rodman, Sunday evening. Helen Farrel, employed at Forest City, spent the week-end with her mother. ... , James, son of Mrs. Grace Mueller, sprained a wrist Sunday. The 0. J. Klooks, Garner, visited here Sunday. Mrs. 0. J. Kaschmitter has been sick. Sophomores Have a Picnic— day. Some eight years ago Ethel Merrifield made her home with the Heetlands for a year, and was The sophomores had a wiener known to many Lakota people. She roast in the Nelson woods west of, was married five years ago and town Friday night. Members in- went to Proctor to live. She took vited guests, and the teachers were her husband's body home last SUCCESS Our DEVOB paint sale and demonstration was a big success. Our flat wall paint and CLEAN-ALL made the big hit. Many customers received valuable help with their painting problems, and we are always glad to help you with yours. Become one of the many satisfied users of DEVOE paints, enamels, and varnishes. Call for one of our painting booklets. Botsford Lumber Co. JIM POOL, Mgr. Phone 256 WHITE'S GROCERY Week End Specials .28c 40c Cheese, Longhorn, 2 Ibs. Cleanser, 3 cans K. Corn Flakes, 2 for — 19c Crackers, white, 2 Ibs. I9e Beans, navy, 5 Ibs. > -19e Prunes, sweet, 3 Ibs. Corn Meal, 5 Ibs. -— Bulk Oatmeal, 7 Ibs. Rice, Jap., 4 Ibs -—. Pancake Flour, 25c size ____.. --.-7— * — 25c 25c IBS Naomi Partridge. hursday. Mrs. John Makis is reported serl- usly ill in a hospital at Id» rove after an operation last week uesday. The Makises moved to da Grove last fall, and Mr. Makis as a shoe repair shop there. He anaged a similar shop here for a umber of years. In Love There Is something wrong with me. I am falling in love with everybody. No matter who they! are, what creed, color, or class, they all look good to me. I have'no Ill-feeling toward anyone on earth* I can not even get up an argument. I went to see a doctor about it. He said I was not a bit crazier than I was a year ago. He said often a fellow gets mushy from eating too much mush. Well, that must be the cause, for that Is all we have had at our house for two months. Morning, noon, and night it has been mush .Boiled mush, fried mush, and scrambled mush. It is mighty unpleasant to have to be nice to everyone. I used to enjoy having a row once in a while. Now I can not get up a fight or have any fun. I even enjoy reading that Sewell L. Avery is again elected president of Montgomery Ward & Co t at $100,000.00 a year. $300.00 a day is pretty big pay for sitting around telling the boys how to run a mail order house. Like the sales tax, the people pay it, so it is all right anyhow, and nothing to get peeved about. If all the merchants in Algona "all put together" made $300.00 a day profit we would have a town of 10,000 people here inside of a year or so. We would have to build more houses, wear more shoes, eat more pork and beef. There would be more stores, more clerks, more jobs. Everybody would be in love with everybody else. One hundred men In Algona drawing $1,000.00 a year would help buying power more than one man in Chicago drawing $100,000.00 a year. If we could get wealth distributed and jobs distributed it would then be an easy matter to get this surplus, that they- talk about distributed. , But some men drawing $100,000.00 a year and other men starving to death will never do it. The more people you have to feed in your own county the better chance supply and demand has ta establish a price on what you raise. You can not give your heart to somebody else, and still hold hands with your own wife. You can not send your money to Chicago and New York and expect your own county to prosper. Self preservation is the first law of nature. Let us stick together! for our own common good. Jimmie The Shoe Man Algona, la. 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