Weather ALGONA, IOWA, AUGUST 30, 1934 flfTEACHERS the Rest of the |faculty Same as Last Year. otto B. Laing announces public schools will begin . next Monday morning at * During fair week there '± school in the afternoons *"?. entering the seventh ffiy a are'requested to be and special instruction '* . _«i*t rr t-n nTin riven for passing to classrooms. and is Interested In local; number of high school stu- want to work for all or „, u-lr board while attending S,n town. Anyone interested from i inquire of him at the I building, indents who have books CUT APPLIE ON LAST HALF DUEINSEPI, Kossuth Tax Bill ii Cut $41,483; More Next Year. to sell in the Junior-Sen- URU school book exchange are usted to bring them to the ding tomorrow or Saturday. new teachers will greet ,„„„, on the opening day. Max- Jones, Des Moines, will teach .he third grade; Fern Pederson, Mil, will be in charge of a ||r created reading clinic for I first four grades; and Lynor |n, Owatonna, Minn., will be End-grade teachers. IBB Olson was elected by the jol board last week to take the jtton of Miss Beard, who re- id to accept a position in her i town at Marlon, Ind. Teaching Staff listed. allowing is the teaching staff, home addresses and grades or The state tax levy for the last half of 1333, duo Saturday, and for all of 1034, duo next year, has been eliminated on order of the state executive council, County Auditor K J. Butler and Treasurer M. J. Duffy were informed early in the week. This means a reduction of 1.1 mill in the levy for the last half of 1933 taxes, and Mr. Butler's office was thrown into a turmoil by the order to refigure all taxes before Saturday to allow for the reduction. Tax receipts and all other work already done for f he last half lax ] collections must be done over as a result of the order, but in so largo a county it will simply bo impossible to complete it in the time required. ,945 Corn Hog Checks for ;000 on Way A niOBsago from Washington, D. C., Monday to the countv ; M,l C ,°oo r01 C0mml , tl r° 0 ™'» ccd ^ wT 5 Kossuth on^ s li.ul |) COn approved for immediate payment. '"tliatlhocIiockR will arrive in about two ttmount nlmnA wl " bc in tllc noishbor - "J f;n "V" CtB Awarded to Washington July 21. ° X '" CaSOS Whcrc landlords livo out of tlu- counlv Some ]200 contracts sent to Washington later remained to ho approved for payment, but approval is expected soon. Kossuth's average production o f corn and hogs in 1933 and !.)...! was 217,295 hogs and ten million bushels corn. Compliance supervisors in the North End have already boon at work. A school was held at Burt for central Kossuth yesterday, and another for the South End here yesterday. By the end of this week all 07 supervisors in Kossuth will be at work. Each man has a boy with him to carry one end of a measuring chain. There will thus be 134 persons at work. Chairman Clayton said yesterday that the entire cost of the whole county corn-hog program this year would not be more than 3c for each dollar of benefits received. MODEL PLANE RACE WILL BE HELD AT FAIR Second Booster Tour for Fair to End at Swea City A large delegation of Algona business men and other interested in the county fair will make the second of two county fair booster f*i » trips tonight. Upen tO Any Tuesday night the group visited Whittemore, West Bend, Ottosen, Bode,' Lu Verne, Livermore, Corwith, and Wesley, stopping at each town to sing, dance, and advertise the fair. Tonight's itinerary, with approxi- Try-outs for a model airplane male arrival times, follows: Fen,ton, 5:45; Lone Rock, 6:30; Burt, COUNTY SAVINGS SALE IS DATED FOR TUESDAY, SEPT. 18 Model Builder in Kossuth. . . , , , , , „ , contest to be conducted at the Kos- 1 7 . Bancroft> 7 . 30; Titonka, 8:20; suth fair for Kossuth builders will ' Lakota, 8:50; Ledyard, 9:15; Swea be held Saturday afternoon at the City, 9:45. fair grounds at 2 o'clock. Finals will be hold next week Friday af- The Algona Grays were defeated on the fair grounds diamond Sunday afternoon, 6-5, by an oldtimcrs team organized by L. J. Nelson, of the Nelson Hardware. Nearly 400 persons attended the game, and "ate receipts of nearly $50 went to I ho Grays. , The Grays took the lead in the 1.1 mill for each half. This will bei ri ,. Kt inning, scoring two runs on Refunds to )>o Mndc. On taxes already paid, or on all hereafter paid on which the reduction has not yet. been figured, a refund will bo made later. Warrants will be mailed as soon as possible. On 1934 taxes payable next year the total reduction is 2.2 mills, or New London, •ects: Jildred Poole, jl. rtha Godfrey, Algona, grade 1. |uth Jackson, New Hampton, il, iPortman, Auburn, grade 2. ior Olson, Owatonna, Minn., i 2. ;ella Arnold, Garden Grove, i 3-4. line Jones, Des Moines, grade Pederson, Randall, reading : for first three grades. Tie Durant, Algona, grade 4 j supervisor). |llian Granzow, Algona, grade 5. rgaret Hullerman, Perry, i 5. [velyn Walters, Audubon, grade i Carson, Story City, grade 6 [Bryant principal. High School Teachers. B. Laing, Algona, superln- int, |ta G. McDowell, Algona, high 1 principal, American history. J.C. Lukensmeyer, Eagle Grove, pics, general science, economics. rath Messenger, Algona, 10-11- igllsh, mces Messer, Humboldt, An- 1 and modern history. Ivtaa Miller, Ceda,r Falls, geom- ?ther Quinby, Cedar Falls, 9-11 Ibra. |°yHorn,Moulton, biology, phy- ith Krlekenbaum, West Point, merclal, i Krampe, Baxter, 9-10 Eng- le Wilson, Springville, nmn- Itrainlng, junior high principal, J Renaud, Pella, home eco- Sbc Men In List. Burmeister, Menomlnee, manual training. «« C. Ward, Algona, agricul- •rn!X t S? plngl geography. BW M , orris ' A1 eona, history, 11 "'"'Heal education. • Mercer, Algona, boys ^physical education. Scarsboro, music. taken account of in next year's figures, and no refunds will have to be made. The tax statements will allow for the reductions. How to Figure Reduction. An easy way to figure the reduction on a piece of property is to 'ind the taxable value and deduct $1.10 for each $1,000 of taxable valuation. For instance, property with a taxable valuation of $2,000 would have a net reduction of $2.20 from the last half of 1033 taxes to be paid next month. For taxes to be paid next year the reduction would be $4.40. County Cut is $11,18!!. The reduction applies to personal property taxes as well as real estate taxes, and the basis of computation is the same, $1.10 for a wildly thrown ball to first. They hold (.lie load till the fifth, when the oldtimcrs scored four runs. In the r,i"t.h the Oldlimers tallied two more scores. The Grays then brought their end nf thn score up to five points by ••roving three runs in the last half of the sixth. They had a chance to scorn'again in the last half of the eighth, when they had three men on bases and no outs, but Swanson, "i'chiiK for the Oldtimers, struck out the next batter, and a double •;hiy ended the inning.' The line-up for both teams follows: Grays Oldtimers Omar Kelly c Vinson Jr. Kelly P Swanson Wander _lb Scanlan Butler 2b-^ Watts Parents desiring to enter children in the Bnby Health contest at the county fair are advised that there is still time for ten more babies to be entered. The contest will bo conducted according to plans formerly followed. Call 57't or write to Mrs. George St. John, 207 Nebraska, Algonn, giving child's name and date of birth. Elimination of the state levy from the last half of this year's taxes will remove a county total of 541,483 which would otherwise have md to be collected for the state. The county reduction in next year's taxes will be $81,089. Burt Girls Lose to Algonians 18-7 The Algona girls' kittenball team defeated a girls' team from Burt Tuesday evening at Athletic park, 18-7. Tonight the locals will meet Ottosen at the park under flood lights at 7 p. m. Sunday afternoon at 2 they play a return game at Burt, and next Monday evening they play at Rutland. Girls on the team are Alice Geilenfeld, pitcher; Lillian Bellinger, catcher; Katherine Kelly, 1st; Rena Bakken, 2nd; Marie Nordstrom, 3rd; Margaret Lichter and "Hon" Lavrenz, ss; Theda Smith, If; Minerva Colemau, of; Doris Young, rf; and Martha Palmer, substitute. uiancnuru ou v/^u»-i»« Fjcjjj ss - Scanlan Kanouff rf- - — Hoover Bruns cf _ Marty Shackelford If - Stephenson Referees: Copp and Blanchard Also playing with the Oldtimers were Lynk, Hemphill, Merritt, Lloyd Miickey, John Schemel, M. C. McMahon, R. H. Miller, and Casey Loss. Stove Circus to Be Held Sept. 8 The Nelson Hardware had a "Stove Circus" some months ago, pnd it was such a success that another is planned for a week from Saturday. Cookies baked in the Glow Maid oven will be served free In a unique contest a dollar on a new Glow Maid range will be allowed for every year the oldest range still in service in the county has been used. There will also be and tallest men and for the biggest family. An advertisement on anohter page tells all about it. He's King of the Hoboes inn ill «AJ.immit-lsaig«!^ja!a!i The group closed Tuesday's trip at the Wesley celebration, and will ternoon in flights before the grand- ! close tonight's at Swea City's stand. Prizes are to be awarded gion day. to models remaining in the air the longest. Le- Bonnstetter, Algona, J Coon, McGregor, junior high school of the Trinity church, Algona, will also 9. The conduct of eight is all done in are prepared °n to high school. Not c ?acks Bone l « Dive at Pool °l acked a bon e in abpve the toee a swir Ja5r ' when he dived ng ' P001 «« struck P001 ' He was at a l up and ald °* crutches . -.,.. be a cecelift'i academy "*®?-' ww "«*- !.'iV3K£- f»w About to a o Jfp U j.j(gl SWIM MEET IS WON FROM ESTHERVILLE Local swimmers defeated Estherville, 53-48, in a dual 'meet at the Es'therville municipal pool Sunday afternoon. The local delegation included Drennan Mathes, Robert McCullough, Palmer Sellstrom, Russell Pickett, James Chubb, Maurice Michel, Robert and Richard Post, Bunny Jones, Leroy Lee, and Junior Long. Lifeguard Perry A. White accompanied them. Winners and events were: Forty-yd. free style for men: Evelyth, Rust, Estherville, D. Post; 40-yd. free style for boys, Long, Algona, Sewell, Estherville, Pickett, Algona; 40-yd. backstroke for boys, Pickett, Long, Algona, and Sewell, Estherville. Forty-yd. backstroke for men, Mathes, Pickett, Algona, and Evelyth, Estherville; 40-yd. backstroke for men, Rattan and Evelyth, Estherville, B. Post, Algona; 440-yd. free style, Sellstrom, Algona, Evelyth, Estherville; 100-yd. free style for boys, Long, Algona, Sewell, Estherville, Lee, Algona. Under water swim, McColl, Estherville, Michel and Chubb, Algona; 100-yd. free style for men, Evelyth, Estherville, Mathes, D. Post, Algona. The Estherville team won a polo match, and McCullough, Algona, won first in highboard diving for men, with Evelyth, Estherville, second. In high board diving for boys, a younger Evelyth won first; Bunny Jones, Algona, second. • » Band Concert is Postponed a Day Because of a conflict with a booster trip for the county fair, tonight's band concert has been postponed till tomorrow evening, when the following program will be "iven: March Military Parade Waltz Champagne Selection Ballet Music and Soldiers March March The Bear Cat Waltz Wiener Burger March Them Basses Popular number. Overture The Golden Dragon Anchors Away Two-Step March —Under Uie Double Eagle J. H. Near, Former Algonian, is Dead M. G. Norton received a telegram Tuesday anouncing the deatli of J. H. Near, Minneapolis. He died Monday, and the funeral was set for yesterday. Mr. Near was connected with Thompson Yards, Inc. and the family lived here a few .years prior to 1928. During part or all of their stay here they lived in ithe Herbst house on north Thorington. The daughter Edith sen the death message. The model airplane contest is sponsored by the Advance, and after consultation with some local enthusiasts, the following prize list was made up: Three Pri/e Classes. For models of any size: first, $1.50; second, $1. For models up to a 20-inch wing snan: first, $1; second, 75c; third, 50c. For models under 15-in. wing span: first, 75c; second, 50c. In the last few months lively interest in flyable model airplanes has been developed in Kossuth, and every Sunday when the weather permits plane builders take their planes to nearby fields for flights. Some of the larger planes fly several hundred feet, and even the smallest stay in the air and circle to considerable height. One of the planes, owned by Dr. H. L. McCorkle, a week ago flew as high as the new water tower before the energy supplied by rubber bands failed. Planes Release Parachutes. On the larger planes there are small trap doors from which miniature bombs and small parachutes Jos. Harig, Victor Hertig, D. P. Smith, and others, including Jos. Bloom and his little German band, recruited from the Algona Military band. are released when the plane has reached the top of its flight. The contest is open to anyone in the county, and information can be obtained from Doctor McCorkle. Judging will be on the basis of time in air, and the ships will be launched by hand. Three "heats" are permitted to each entry, the best or longest time in the air to be the deciding time for that entry. Doing platform acts on the trip Tuesday were Dr. C. D. Schaap, OF'34 Last night and tomorrow night's games will end the season for the kittenball league, which has been playing under lights at Athletic park all summer. Last night Phillips played a Riv- ordale team, and Shell. Tomorrow Skelly played evening there Advertisement Gives List of Notes and Other Claims to Be Offered to the Highest Bidders.—List Covers Assets in Sum of $287,000. The biggest news in the paper this week appears not in the headed stories but in an advertisement ia the second section of a public auction of the remaining assets of the County Savings bank. Harry V. Hull, examiner in charge, announces that the sale will take place at one o'clock Tuesday, September 18, at the courthouse, in accordance with a court ordei; entered last week Monday. The advertisement includes a complete list of assets not yet settled, all of which will be sold to the highest: bidder. The item's will be eold- 'without recourse," which means without liability on the part «E the vendor. The right to settle any; item beforehand is reserved. Names and amounts owe* arei given in the advertisement, and tha list will be of great interest to the ALGONA 140 HOGS pounds $5.00 will be a game between the Hub Clothiers and Phillips. The second and last game will be between RCA and a team from Kanawha. Standings of the teams show that RCA will undoubtedly be champion this year already having a big lead. Skelly and Hub were second and third respectively .tbe- fore last night's games. The standings as of yesterday follow: Won .25 RCA Skelly 21 Hub Clothiers 18 Phillips 17 lell 12 oast 9 Squirrels May Be Shot September 1 j Rabbits, Sept. 15 A new type of hunting licenses has been supplied to all county recorders, and hunters who have ot already got them may do so ow. The squirrel season will open aturday, and rabbit season Sep- ember 15. The daily bag limit n squirrels is ten, and the posses- ion limit two days. The open eason for squirrels closes No- ember 1. Hunters interested in conserva- ion are invited to listen to a vari- ty of lectures on topics ranging rom wild life conservation, rural reas, bird migration, and water owl to lessons on the drought vhich are being broadcast at 11:30 in. Fridays during the National ''arm and Home Hour. The NBC- WJZ network, of which WOCrWHO s part, broadcasts these programs. Another Rainfall Brings Total for August to Normal Another rain last Thursday norning brought the total for August to just .04 inch short of normal. Last Thursday's fall totaled 29 inch, which brought the total to .40 inches. Official temperatures show that he mercury got as low as 39 degrees Friday morning, and early isers reported frost, which, however, was too light for damage. Other temperatures have been low or the season. The official tem- leratures follow: August 22 77 8ST?S Notice & SdThatmore than 80 L, T. Griffen Stricken. Lafe Griffin suffered a Ugh stroke Tuesday, and is now being cared for at the Kossuth hospital Siedal Buchholz, Buffalo Center entered the hospital Tuesday fo medical treatment. Wilda Binga man, inmate of the county jail was taken to the hospital Tuesday for medical treatment. Last week Wednesday Shell de- :ated Swea City on the local field, -2, and Phillips won over RCA, 5. Friday evening RCA won over he Clothiers, 6-5, and Phillips verran Skelly, 11-2. Monday even- ig RCA won over Shell, 4-3, and le second game between the lothiers and Skelly went to 11 in- ings before Hub won, 4-3. A local pickup team went to wea City Tuesday evening, and he Swedes took them' in, 10-5. State Agent Here to Arrest Unwarry Drivers of Autos Harry O. Brown, state agent,, ow wearing a state department August 23 (.29 in. r. f.)_-70 August 24 66 August 25 75 August 26 78 August 27 79 August 28 -^ 73 Re-insurance Men Inspecting Farms Two representatives of the Farm :rs Mutual Insurance association of Iowa, of Grinnell, are spendini two weeks here, inspecting Kossutl farms reinsured by the County Mu tual in the Grinnell company. Th inspection is part of a state pro gram for prevention of farm fires The men are E. D. Anderson am' E. B. Peterson, and they arrive^ Tuesday. Passing Ordinance Enforced. Henry Stehle was taken befor Mayor Specht Monday, charge with passing another car Sunda at a State street intersection in th business district. He pleade guilty and was fined $3, which in eluded costs. Lost 9 14 17 17 21 24 160 pounds $5.50 Best mod. wt. 160-180 Ibs. $6.50 Best med. wt. 200 <o 300 $7.40 Prime hvy. butch. 300-350 $7.30 Best pack, sows 300-350 $6.60 Packing sows, 400 $6.50 Big hvy. sows, 400-500 _$6.00-$6.30 CATTLE lanners and cutters _$1.00 to $1.75 Fat cows $2.00 to $2.50 Veal calves $4.00 to $5.00 Fat steers $5.00 to $6.50 ,tock steers $3.00 to $4.00 'earlings $4.00 to $5.00 Bulls $1.75 to $2.25 GRAIN , 2 yelow corn 69c . 2 white corn 70c No. 3 white oats 46%c No. 2 mixed corn 68%c EGGS No. 1 19c To. 2 13c !ash cream ___ 26c POULTRY All hens over 4% Ibs. 12c Hens, 4% Ibs. and under lOc Leghorn hens 9c Springs, over 4 Ibs. 16c Springs, under 4 Ibs. 14c leghorn springs 13c iocks 4 and 5c Ducks over 4% Ibs. 6c Ducks under 4% Ibs. 5c eese 3c Turkeys 8c niform, made arrests in esterday and Tuesday. Algona Harold Richseen, Marshall coun- y, was arrested Tuesday, charged rith failure to observe a stop sign, Iso with failure to have his motor ehicle driver's license with him. n Justice White's court a $5. fine nd cost of $3 were paid on a plea if guilty. Elmer Helmers, Algona, also ailed to have his driver's license vith him when he was arrestec esterday morning, and he paid a ine of $2 plus $2 costs. public. Bills receivable, judgments, overdrafts, tax receipts, in-* terests in real estate, etc. r are given. Unsettled Assets $287,000. The total amount of unsettled as-i sets included in the lists is approximately $287,000, which includea two real estate equities for which. no figures are entered. The cither; figures are divided as follows: Bills receivable $ 100,838.22 Judgments on loans 74,433.09' Overdrafts £28.05 Overdraft judgment 87.42 Tax receipts X15.89- Loans taken off books _ 24.958.1S Other judgments 78.651.TZ; Swimming Pool to Quit Friday Night The swimming pool will close its summer season tomorrow evening. Receipts this season have not yet been totaled, but it is estimated that they are above last year, though not equal to the 1931 re- cepits. Not many patrons have been going in the pool of late, because of the cool weather. As usual the pool will remain full for some time to prevent the hot sun from cracking the concrete floor. Kindergarten to Onen. . Catherine McCall announces that her kindergarten will open Monday, September 10. Miss McCall and Alice Kain conducted a kindergarten last year, but the latter is teaching this year at Rodman. Champions to Play Here ABOVE IT Thelma Keneflck, of Eagle Grove, state woman's tennis champion, and to the right Is Betty Butler, of Des Moines, runner-up in the state meet, who has since defeated Miss Kenefick. They will play an exhibition singles match at the country club courts tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. Later the same evening they •will play R. J. Harrington and Dr. W. P. Andrews in a doubles match. A charge of 25c for adults and 15c for children is being made to defray expenses. Pictures through courtesy of Pea Motaee Register. Total $ 279,612.02 The examiner's books show that a total of $716,371.39 has been written off in making settlements^ This includes cases where, f»r example, a debtor who owned $10,000, could not be made to pay ia full and the receiver had to accept whatever could be obtainei, the. balance being charged off. Who Got the Money. The total thus charged off added to the total to be offered at auction makes $995,983.41, or only some $4000 under a million. Shown these figures yesterday, an Algon- ian remarked: .rt< v "This is an interesting commen- :ary on who wrecks banks. When a. sank goes broke the popular theory is the the bankers stole the money. In fact thievery by the bankers s rare. As shown by figures in this case, it is borrowers who will not! or cannot pay who as a rule wrecte. banks. Bankers Didn't Steal, "There is nothing in the records of any of the failed Algona banks to show that the bankers stole any money, but there is a sad showing of borrowers who used other people's money and have never paid it back. "You can accuse the bankers oft poor judgment in making loans. but even there, if you are fair, you have to allow for the psychology; of the times when the loans were- made, and ask yourself whether you would have done any better la the same circumstances." Five Dividends Pali. The County Savings Bank had deposits of $1,371,312.85 when it was closed October 29, 192T. Up to date five dividends have been paid, four of ten per cent, one of five per cent, as follows: First dividend $ 147,218 Second dividend / I45,319t Third dividend J 138,392 Fourth dividend 137,668 Fifth dividend 68.834 Total $ «87,431 Another and final dividend estimated at approximately fUre per cent will be paid this fall, seven. years after the bank closed. The bank has since closing had exceptionally able receivership management. R. li. Miller, first examiner in charge, and Harry V. Hull, his successor and the present examiner have been highly efficient and conscientious. No complaint if the management has at any time ieen heard. * Annex' is Closed; Open 2j Months The Chrischilles & Herbst "an* nex," an annual sales idea for summer clearance, closed its door (Mr. Chrischilles says this is the only jlace of business in Algona having jut one door) Saturday night, after a most successful 2% months. Th* 'annex" is always located in any available empty building, and thta year's store, directly behind the. Steele clothing store, proved th»most popular ever conducted. The firm made good its boast feat Vt would "sell to the bar* walls," when hardly two armsful of merchandise remained to be retprpM) tct the main store. Insurance Pal*. The Royal Neighbor August reports allowance of certificate held by the Ifte. Cosgrove, Alg<m%.
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