Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1938 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1938
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E?ft',V* fr ' :<". J,V« OF BARGAINS OFFERED FOR ALGONA'S ECONOMY DAYS FRIDAY, SATURDAY WEATHER 449, lnel."-<*eneratly fair f week, some precipitation i a tter pafti temperatures near bf below normal. lime 38 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 27, 1938 12 Pages 96 Columns Number 6 LGONA 'LONG-CHECK' IN POLITICS OLISM IS |m FOR MRS, lOHMENTON Tuesday; Injur- [ in Car Accident October 14* Fred Bohn, 37, of Feuton, FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF KOSSUTH FAIR PUBLISHED The annual report oE the Kos- 1 suth fair is published in this week's Advance and shows footings of $20,833.22. The fair started the year with a balance of $747. Receipts from gates and the grandstand totaled $5029. Entry fees brought in $320, concessions $221.1, advertising $375, and stale aid $2000. Miscellaneous receipts include ceipts from the fair proper were $12,016, and from other departments totaled $8129, or two-thirds of the fair itself. Premiums are Costly. Premiums totaled $2877 in open premiums as follows: Horses $324; cattle, $796; swine $633; sheep $144; poultry and pets $186; agricultural products $148; fruits and flowers $109; culinary pro$290 for stall and pen rent, $1951 ducts $"l3GT textile and'art $259; In entry fees, exhibit space ren- schools $130; and dairy $19. tals $380, and $315 from the dance. County aid totaled $4000, and off JJU1 ..., -., — season rents brought in $102"!. Re- broken legs and other ceipts of the Fourth celebration when the car in which riding hit a' Rock Island n-llned train October 14, Tuesday afternoon in the jan hospital at Hampton of hbollsm which,resulted from the .broken legs. , Bohn, correspondent for Mgona papers! had been re- ng from the accident It was when the blood clot de- The other three victims, &rwin K. Johnson, her daugh- arjorie, and Ruth Dreyer, all nton, are still in the Hamp- bspltal, and are reported re- ing rapidly. (Funeral is Tomorrow. _i four women were returning I from Cedar Falls when the happened. 'According to illnesses the auto hit the sec- •r of the fast Rocket stream ht a grade crossing. The im- Iripped the engine from the nd tossed it 20 feet away. | of the car occupants were to the right of the car, he other two the left. One |n rolled 15 feet in cinders I the right of way. ,_ peral services for Mrs. Bohn held tomorrow (Friday) [ing at 9 oclock at the Catho- fcurch at Whittemore. Bohn was a daughter of nd Mrs. Nick Goeders, who [60 years ago, farmed near -••-•--•- Sep - totaled $3104. Thus the total re- 'Premiums for 4-H club members included $12 for colts; $395 foi cattle, ?5 for poultry and $126 foi other than livestock. Speed premiums totaled 1$337, and music and attractions cost $4396. Miscellaneous expense of the fair is listed as $1156 for advertising, $545 for printing, $94 for postage, $1033 for salaries and all other expense as- ?1565. Thus the actual expense of the fair was $13,542. In addition during the year, and the statement includes the entire year, insurance cost $1945, permanent improvements $1694, maintainance $1293, and the Fourth celebration $2490 The statement shows an overdraft of $72.90 as the balance on hand. Grounds Worth $75,000. Statistics give the value of the grounds as $75,000 with notes o£ $13,770 an'<l $6420 outstanding. Exhibitors at the fair totaled 972. There were 176 livestock exhibitors showing 57 horses, 27 cattle, 210 swine, 53 sheep, and 495 head of poultry. . Paid admissions totaled 11,720 with a total attendance of 18,000 when exhibitors' tickets, concessionaires' ticket, etc., are included. The grandstand had a total paid admission of 5200 in the daytime and 3000 at night shows. The millage levy is .011. Officers of the fair are J. M. Patterson, president, Clark ScuE- ham, vice, E. L. Vincent, secretary; and H. J. Bode, treasurer. FOOTBALL BOYS GO TO CLARION FRIDAY NIGHT NEW PASTOR Team at Clarion Has Won Two Games, Lost Two. A A A Program Discussed in Open Meeting Here Tuesday t O *J T> rm-irm r> »iAr,T>TM r> n« n » R. DAVID R. MARTIN, Pelican RABIO SPEECH BY CANDIDATE CITES RECORD Inefficiency Charge is Brought Against Aud. Storms. IDEAS SOUGHT OF MERCHANTS AND FARMERS Mrs. Goeders died . 23, at-Cylinder...; : iteg Husband, Daughter. Bohn is survived toy" her knd, and a' daughter, Mary Changes May be Asked of Congress This Winter. AL60NIANS HAVE A SECOND 1938 CROP OF EARLY 'SPUDS' A total of 124 township committeemen, Algona businessmen, and j attended a meeting .Tuesday afternoon and evening at an open discussion of the reasons for , . _. _ . i the A. A. A. program, and an at- |hi£h school -senior' at Fenton. j tempt to discover in what plases also survived by her fath- the program fails to meet the Cylinder, six brothers and needs of the farmers. sisters: 'John/, and Thomas Jura, Cylinder;' lEmmetsburg; Edward Goed- Leo Goeders, r lHe; Tony Goeders, former- City; Clara gona, now at Mason Goeders, Armstrong; Whittemore; Mrs. Cylinder; and Mrs. |, Charles City. . • the accident Mrs. . Johnson severe head injuries, Mar- 1 hnrt a broken arm' and two ribs, and Ruth Dreyer had •oken arm, three ribs broken, Bcked breftst bone, and chest rles. In addition all three suf- i severe bruisea and cuts.' MO TESTS ARE ON FOR THREE DAYS nty Teachers' examinations eing given this week Wednes[ Thursday, and Friday at the The discussion was designed to bring out opinions of those in favor as well as against, and to secure ideas of armers and businessmen. When congress convenes after the Susan coming election it is hoped that Mary, some beneficial amendments to the AAA and soil conservation acts can bo dbtained, and these meetings are being held all over the * * A. area to secure "grass roots" ideas. Ed. Aims of the AAA. Graff, of the extension di- Ity Supt. Wm. i rural teachers' Vision at Ames, and Fred Stovel, Rockwell, district director, spoke, giving a history of the AAA background, and conducted the discussions. What the AAA is endeavoring to do is to secure protection of both producer and consumer of farm products, and farm price parity On'ly a small percentage of corn ia used at a distance from the point where it was grown, and most of it is fed either on the same , - ,„ , farm or on adjoining farms. The Shirley office. corn i oan and other parts of tn« institute is to pr0 gram as a whole are designer to keep the corn on the same farm on which it was grown. One of the big problems in the AAA at present is the landlord- tenant difference of opinion, and both landlords and tenants are divided on Participation in the eld tomorrow (Friday) at the school auditorium. Jessie Mr, Lake Mills, republican pee for state superintendent, [speak at 9:30, and Lillian irshaw, science teacher at University, will speak at >y Van Meter, teacher in the [Uoinea schools, will take up iinalnder of the morning with ^rations of methods of pri- teaching. She will use a 1 et children for the demon- ons, the afternoon a "Round Ta- discussion will be held on >ry and intermediate reading, "ss Parker and Miss Hether- wlll give talka. program Landlords sometimes tiah Singers 'ginning Practice for Christmas .'organization meeting of sing- l nl . the Me ssiab, to be given " 'mas season, was held and the Rev, M. A. Sjos- was named chairman, and i representative for the Swedish wraa church, Other churches » be represented aa follows: erian, by Fred Oeigel, Mrs. Russell Cook;German ei> an, Esther Lavrenz; Meth» Burton Thorpe; Congrega- «'. Leota JBeJgler: Episcopal, "Jtaney; Catholic, Mrs- Karl w. Mrs. Sugene, Murtagh b ,lng the Be} Canto club, sponsoring the singing, in the county who ia inter- jay sing w ^ the group ! Practice sessions mre held each Wesdfty even W.T™*. an o'clock are too anxious for quick profits and wish their tenants to farm the land to the limit without thought of conservation, to get as much money as possible each year. longer leases Favored. Other landlords who wish loin in the program with restric ted acreages meet with resistance 06 n the re p a art of tenants Because most farms are leased by the year many tenants feel they do not wteh to retire acreage from production to build up the soil feeing that if they did so, the time £ould come when another later N. J. Weydert, 608 K. North, was surprised to find a second crop of Early Ohio potatoes in his garden Tuesday morning. He had dug the first crop late In June and bad forgotten about "little" potatoes left in the patch. But the "little" potatoes grew to "big" potatoes, wth the aid of a warm fall, and now Mr v and Mrs..Wey-, dort Lave some nnnsual meals for this time of year, and will have for some time to come, for the new potatoes are yielding five to the hllL 6,0, P, WOMEN HEAR TALK BY HIGKENLOOPER Large Attendance at a Republican 'Tea' at Burt. 'The high school football team goes to Clarion this week Friday evening for the last out-of-town game of the season. Next week Algona plays Eagle Grove here and on November 11 plays- the annual Armistice day game with Humboldt on the local fiel"d. The Clarion team has won two games, one from Clear Lake, 13-7,. the other from Webster City by the same score. Clarion has lost to Humboldt, 16-0, and Iowa Falls 21-0. (week to begin duties as pastor of The Clarion line is experienced .the local Congregational church, and the backfield fast. Coach' Findley is expecting a game full of speed on the part of the visitors.. The weight of the two teams is about the same, and it is expected that the Clarionites will be evenly matched by the locale. Little line-Up Change. The Algona line-up for the Clarion game will be almost the same as against Hampton Friday, with HOME OF MAN DEAD IN CORNFIELD FOUND TO BE BURLINGTON Sheriff Casey Loss was expected yesterday to be informed this morning of relatives of Willard W. Seaver, found dead Friday morning in a cornfield at the Otto Harlan . farm, five and a half miles west has improved considerably in the tion 2% milea north of St. Joe. the possible exception of Reynolds j oe> fiu ffered a broken arm, several at tackle in place of Ehrhardt. Le broken and cracked ribs, and Roy Lee was sick early in the bruises and cuts Tuesday evening week, but is expected to be back in w hen his car and a. car driven by the line-up by tomorrow evening. a Humboldt county seed corn Rodger Michel at quarterback salesman collided at an '.ntersec- WRITER SEES 'DICK' AS SENATE WINNER Paul Mallon, one of the cleverest of the Washington political columnists, considered the senator- al political situation in his Mason 3ity Globe-Gazbtte column yesterday and included Iowa in the list of states where the democrats may ,ose a senator. He said: Iowa is close, with the best guess indicating a republican gain by 80,000 to 40,000 major. ity. The statement is rather cryptic, but it seems to mean that Dickin son stands to win from Gillette. South Dakota and New Hampshire are considered already gone gooses for the democrats. The senatorial situations in New Jersey, Kansas, and Wisconsin are reported close. Mallon eays: "If any of these six [including Iowa] is saved there will 'be rejoicing on high." According to Mallon, the best guesses on the number of democratic congressmen who will be defeated by republicans center on 58. The democrats are considered likely to lose as many as ten in Ohio, and in Pennsylvania four losses are considered sure. It is figured that in Iowa the democrats There was attendance of 107 persons at a county woman's republican tea Friday at Marvin ho- tey,"Burtr" THis was many more than had been expected, and promoters of the event were highly gratified. The club was recently organized at Algona, with officers as follows: president, Mrs. Mayme Peterson, Titonka; vice, Mrs. Luella Baksr, Algona; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Liicile Ley, Lakota. of Algona. Through his social security number it was discovered that . he has been living at Burlington, and it is believed that he has relatives there. Sheriff Loss phoned the Burlington 'sheriff to make a check of the town and advise him. When Seaver applied for his social security card he gave his address as Joliet, 111., but no one at that city could give any information concerning him. Seaver had obtained work pick- . . last two games, especially in ball, Mr. Klooster was brought to the carrying ability, punting, and kicks for extra points. Conference Standings. Standings in the North Central for bruises and'cuts, and returned conference show Eagle Grove at that same evening to the Ray Fitch the head with four wins and no home. Ibsses. Iowa Falls is second, with' Mr - . two conference, games in the win the °" Ration going south^intend, column. The 1 table of ' ~ ' ~" " ™~ '~ " """ follows; Eagle Grove 4 Iowa Falls — 2 Algona broke into the state political limelight over the radio last night at 8 oclock from station WMT when C. B. Akere, republican candidate for state auditor, used the Algona "long-check" as an illustration in an attack on democratic Auditor C. W. Storms' administration. . Mr. Akers charged that the cost of auditing in the state had risen in 8 per cent o£ tne counties and )n 20 percent tne coet had doubl _ Rapids.JIinn.^ who come_sjiext ed He demanded, that state audit- ng jobs be taken out of politics nd that a force be maintained* of ewer but experienced and compe- ent auditors, and promised to do ;o if elected. Why Checks are long. If a. large number of auditors are chosen for political reasons, said, there are not enough towns or counfles to furnish all- year work if done efficiently. tfence such auditors would • have to drag outl their work and prolong their- stay in each 'town to take up the time. : Discussing the Algona' audit Mr. Akers said the checkers came here in February and stayed for nine weeks till a strong protest from Mayor Specht to Auditor, Storms got action and finished the check. At no time during the nine weeks was there any question about correctness of Algona's city books. Other Cases Cited. The bill for Algona was $1065, where normally It had been- around $300 to $400 or less. Algona's general fund brings in $5000 a year, Mr. Akers said, hence the audit w111 talce one of eacl1 flve dollars in from taxes for the ST, JOE FARMER IS INJURED IN CRASH ON NO, 169TUESDAY Tony Klooster, farmer, near St. Kossuth hospital, and Mrs. Klooster and .baby daughter, who were with him in the car, were treatet Klooster had'driven out from standings ing to go to Eagle Grove. The oth er car came from the north, and i W L Pet is believed lights from a parked , ing corn and Friday complained \v e bster City" 2 he didn't feel well, but went to Humboldt _"_""_"_"_'_"_ 2 work anyway. He had picked. ci ar j on ~1"~1 2 a few bushels before he died -* ! • - " - 0 1000 <*»• blinded the Humboldt county ^^ 0 10 00 Driver. The Humboldt car struck j Mr ' ?&&. e = ta " 01 }^ °°, **£ ?ound VL^BStoM* co™ her 21 it stood at 176 and many Towns sending largest delegations to the Burt meeting were Titonka, 25, and Bancroft, 20. Women Can Be Tower. Mrs. Peterson presided and in her opening remarks stressed thej alms and object of the club, add-1 ing that the large attendance indicate that women are becoming alert to the fact that the republican party is the "shield and buckler" to protect American traditions and institutions. Mrs. Peterson urged membership in the club and asked the women to go to the polls and vote. This slogan was suggested: One woman is helpful; Ten women are forceful; One-hundred women are powerful; And 100 women are invincible. Pep songs were led by Mrs. Charles Gutkneeht, Lakota. Hickenlooper Speaks. The republican county chairman will either be sent to the it state medical school at Iowa City for cadaver purposes, or will be buried at county expense if the school does not want it. He was about 38 years old. Hampton 0 5 Seconds Lose Twice. will lose two seats. The G. O. P. high command Is WB1D ^_for periods IOIIB »* «ve years there would marked increase in the number of landlord-tenant combinations in &program. Another ?"«?»» ;£! fant. that the law limits the not satisfied with the 58 figure for congressional victories. According to the republican figures the number will be 86. Either way a good deal of a crimp will be suffered by the democrats. FINE FALL WEATHER HAS CHILL SETBACK Perfect fall weather ended temporarily in Kossuth Friday when Last night the Algona seconds, or "B" team, went to Humboldt for a game there, and next Monday evening the Humboldt'seconds ill come here for a benefit game, le proceeds to be used by the mothers tot players for the annual iotball dinner later in the season. The seconds have lost two ames to the Fort Dodge seconds. he first game was lost by R n ft 155 served left, and struck 500 again. 333 The second crash sent the Kloos- 333 ter car into the deep ditch, where 000 It rolled over three times before coming to a stop. The Humboldt V-8 car was not damaged, but the ces at high and chill winds blew the state from the northwest into and dropped the mercury to points below freezing Sunday and Monday mornings, with the first frost of the season. But the chill weather was short- lived. Rainfall for the month has been only .32 inches, which compared with more than ten inches in September. Snow flurries Satur- R. J. Harrltfgton, Algona, present- day and Sunday which melted as ed Donald Hutchison, Algona, fast as they fell amounted to only chairman of the ex-service repub- .03 inch. Monday, Tuesday, and lican men's " organization. He in yesterday were again sunny and turn introduced B. B. Hickenloop- warm, and people who had hastily er, republican candidate for lieut-' donned "unions" over the week- enant governor, speaker of the day. end began regretting their haste Mr. Hickenlooper's talk dealt with' The weather report for the week the extravagant spending of pre-, follows: sent state officials. amount one landlord or company receive from the program, insurance and other landr „ ^mnnnies feel they cannot can Fire Whistle for Two Small Blazes The firemen were called out yesterday morning, and again this morning, for email blazes'. Yesterday, shortly before 8 a. m., they were called to Mrs. Anna Madson's, east of the Northwestern tracks, where a fire was put out in the attic and in shingles on the roof. The house belongs to the Mrs. Aug- County candidates who were in October 19 attendance were' presented. Copies October 20 of the state republican platform October 21 and other literature were distributed. Tea* Ends Meeting, Before adjournament tea was served in the social hour. Mrs. Martfn Vinaas, wife of the hotel manager, provided the refreshments, anr", she was assisted by Mrs. Lee Pratt and Mrs. B. Brooke, both of Burt, The guests were seated at a long October 18 69 . ... 49 63 71 60 41 63 76 October 22 October 23 October 24 October 25 37 39 43 41 32 29 29 34 .21 .02 .01 Kiwanis to Name Officers Today Nominees for offices of the ^^^ oi ____ ni ___ ________ ______ Kiwanis club at the club's elec table v decorated" wilF "a" shower tion this noon are T. H. Holme bouquet and four tall green tap- and A, L. Long president, O. B ers. Mrs. H. .B. Woodward, Whit- Laing ,«nd H. M. Olson, for vice temore, and Mrs. Jessie Carmean, and_ Charles Lehman, Jos. Bloom ust Schmidt estate. The fire this old Slagle Preparations for 1939« In this case the tenant can en- E55WMB in the program. These and other minor det mthebulkofquesttonsand form details obr cupied by Mr. and Mrs, 1+ M. ens. It was in a. chicken coop, the roof of which was burned bef the firemen arrived. Banker Butts Hurt in Auto Collision Wesley, Oct. 27-H(Juy M- Butts is recuperating Iron* injuries «uKer- ed in an auto accident near Man Bancroft, presided and poured tea and/coffee. JCraschel to Speak in Algona C. D. Sohaap, M. J, Bourne, H. M Smith, J. L. Bonar, W. A. Vlgar and Frank Zender, for directors Four of the latter are to be electe to complete the board with hold son Friday car waf offl°9' >y W* **& out the side-swiped by aether after latter had passed, a, Hu-tchison aa«J Olal left the same evening fr scene «f *he «eddeot aud Mr, B01s home. 4 deep mA Dodgers announcing two demo- chlson, ^Herman Barker, of th cratlo sneeches have been distri- Barker drug store, is a new mem ffid. Qp^fnor Krasch'el, who *><* 0 the club. New officers ^ will attend the Ringsted etate. not take office January 1. husking contest will speak in the high school auditorium tonight at ?:30, and Attorney General John H. Mitchell will speak on the courthouse lawn, W the weather is favorable, or in the courtroom, Saturday afternoon at pse o'clock. 4Jfcwr Oity, Qet. Bla,ck, Klooster 1929 Chevrolet was wrecked. SCHOBY HEADS THE COW-TESTING ASS'N — ----- — -.-- - The No. 1 cow-test association arrow margin, 7-6, but Saturday^ w meetlng Monday evenlng a t morning the locals allowed two tne loca i Methodist church, and ad breaks to give the Dodgers a 2-0 score in a second game, Seconds* I/ine-Up. ciarkr was re-hired as tester. Tnis wm be * hta thlrd year . Officers were elected: presMent similar instan- Hawarden, Valley Junction, Cedar Rapids, and other towns. He also said Algona had to wait for two months after the checkers had left before a bill for x their services was rendered. Mr. Akere attacked Mr. Storms' campaign suggestion that these men be placed under civil service and paid by the state and not from local funds. Magazine Quoted. Experienced and efficient auditors should be required, such as examiners who can examine a million dollar banking institution in a matter of a few days instead of weeks or months. The • money under any system comes from the taxpayers, but if paid directly by the state the public would not know how much per diem they did receive. Mr. Akers said the Algona and A fumbled punt on the 5-yard C. R. Schoby, farmer south of A1-, ne yielded one touchdown for the gona; secretary-treasurer, Lloyd other audits had been considered )odgers, and an intercepted pass Bode, Union township; directors—' in a report in the American Mun- ed to a second touchdown. These Arthur Dreyer, Fenton;' Wayne icipalities, a magazine wholly noa- 3lth, Plum Creek. political and published for towns Judge W. B. Quarton, who visit- ft nd cites, which report found coned England last summer, gave a ditions were not satisfactory in talk on the Guernsey isles. Floyd the state, and that the cost of Johnson, in charge of the dairy, auditing had mounted, husbandry extension service at Ames, spoke on work planned for ed to a second touchdown. These Arthur Dreyer, Fenton;' wo games were openers for the Keith, Plum Creek. Ugona seconds, but the Dodgers ave played a 1 full- schedule. The line-up for the seconds in- ludes Holmes, Phillips, Fitch, horpe, Van Alstyne, Halpin, Craper, Neville, Ditsworth, Neilsen, and Sarchet. Substitutions will be. the coming year. made from Gilmore, Altwegg, Wil- The association decided to can- aeon, Neville, Geigel, Conklin, duct dairy feed and management Skilling, Lattlmer, Kohlhaas, and schools in the county this winter, Colberg. ituhn, of Lone Rock, to Hold Farm Sale Announcement is made elsewhere in today's Advance off a 'arm sale to be held by Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Kuhn, a half mile lorth and 80 rods west ,of Lone Rock, next week Thursday. t The Kuhns have lived on this 'arm eight years, and Mr. Kuhn lived on a farm three miles east tor 18 years before that. The !arm, which is 80 acres, was sold August 1 to Alfred Jorgensen, of Bancroft, at $125 an acre. On sale will be 49 hogs, .. tie, three horses, all farm machinery and household goods, two cribs of corn, and 20 bushels of beginning December 1, and ending in March. ' , Meetings are to be held once a month. Forty-seven men and some women attended this meeting, which was followed by oyster stew served at 11:30. The same evening Floyd Arnold, assistant dairy extension manager, conducted a similar meeting at Bancroft for Kossuth testing association No. 3. potatoes. The Kuhns plan to move to Firemen Here to a School at Em'burg Six local fireman attended a district fire school at Bmmetsburg Tuesday afternoon and evening. The Emmetsburg firemen were hosts. A Dutch lunch was served after the evening meeting, There were 144 firemen in attendance from 29 towns. The Maryland, where they will enter school was conducted by Capt. the dairy business a short die- Earl Park, drill-master of the tance from the District of Columbia and Washington. .Farmhand Stripped, by Wesley. Oct. 87—August Meyer, •wh? wo_rks for Herman Nordman, farmer nprth of town, recently had all bis clothes yanked off uncor* renxonjously" when they were plfi^er., to I 0 *??.:. 1 ?., ** Epworth League in a Rally at Wesley An Algona sub-district Bpworth League rally was held Sunday at the Wesley Methodist church, 3:3.0 p, m. to 8:30 p, m. The Rev- Harvey Nelson, Lu Verne, was in charge, Attending fropj here were Peanor Thorpe, Joan Stephenson, Bud Gropters, Donald Johnson Dr. F. Eftrt fcurgejp, El< p Thqrpe gaye, i report to the eve* ing of a National Methodi»t Youth Cpnfereaoe, held early ia ~ Ff&f : »l^7P_ i tQ * M V* state fire marshal; If. J. Corcoran, chief engineer of the Iowa insurance service bureau; and Lyndon, j. Murphy, of the engineering service of the Iowa State college. Members, in attendance from Algona were Harold Stepheneon, Ralph Elbert, Ira Kohl, Ray Barton, Harry Barton, and Ear! Bowman. Traffic Violators Haled Into Courts Three highway traffic violators were haled into justice court the past week, two for speeding in restricted areas, one for having no taillight. Two of the offend- era were truck drivers. In Justice Delia Welter's court M. C. Rixman, Cleveland, Ohio, was fined $10 plus costs of $6 for speeding, the charge filed by Patrolman D. A. Timmesch; and Richand Whalen, Wells Minns., was Fined $5 plus $2 costs on a speeding charge brought by Patrolman Dean. George Sengbuscb, Algona, was • f'ned $2 plus $1 costs by Justice Danson for no tail light on his truck. . Brown Will Attend RE A Demonstration County Agent A. L. Brown will attend an R. E. A, demonstration, meeting Friday on the Mrs. Lily Kee farm near Gilmore City. Humboldt and Pocahontae counties are the hosts, and farmers in Kossuth who are about to re&efre the R. E. A. service are invited to attend. Demonstrations on,the IMS of electrical equipment are |q bj> given in a two-day session, today and tomorrow. . * •'• v.,, Tulip* There, will J»e no, pub^p lohool to Also** f e# veefr jW4»y. gona <K»cher» plan state, ' , ber at Boulder,

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