e 8, inft—Not much » il mlddle ttf indlc * ted: bate 38 <yf low*— Member Caeey'8 by Btate University Newspaper Eleven, m ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 1939 8 Pages 64 Columns FEEDERS IN CITY ON THE SPOT Number 37 BURT TO BE HOST AT FOUR-H RALLY 4-H girls, mothers, friends, w»l attend 4-H rally, in the ol auditorium next .t 2 p. nt., afternoon ./programs vlll.be *«Y- 18 P be a change from wilt sessions. Mrs. Ray _i; "«»«• <-« „«»•*• tsrs-KSs fcrtSSBSv- -ear and a music fes- the main features of begins Mrs. IflKeifon the program will be group singing, with LaVonne, Newel, Periton, at the piano, and Mrs. M. O. Bourne, Algona, directing. The chairman will then give her welcoming address and make introductions, which will be followed by roll call by clubs. Next will be an annual musical review, then a ,talk by Mrs. Ruth Seaton-Hicks, home demonstration agent. A panel discussion will follow, In which Dorothy Mescher and Elizabeth. Ann Inman, Bancroft, LaVonne Ringsdorf and Virginia-' Trenary, Portland, Lois Barr, Cresco,, and Ruth Dreyer and Irene part. Krause, Fenton, will take Election In Afternoon. At the afternoon business meet- ing, which will .be In charge of Miss Matern, one-minute reports from clubs and reports by the county officers will be given, the election will take place, delegates to the Ames state convention will be introduced, and results of election will be announced. A picnic supper, to .be served by a committee of mothers from the clubs, will precede the evening program, which will begin at 8 o'clock and will be as follows: Group singing, recognition ceremony, Installation march, installation of officers; talk, "The Privilege of Living In a Democracy," the Rev. W. L. Patterson, Titonka Methodist pastor; Initiation of honorary member, Fenton 4-H club; posture skit, Creso club. Gavotte dance, Portland club; reports of committees; Hansel and Gretel, Ledyard club; presentation of standard club certificates; rythmlc drill by the convention delegates. Officers to be Installed. The installation of x officers and the Initiation of an Honorary 4-H member are impressive ceremonies In the 4-H ritual. An honorary 1 4-H member must be an individual in the county who has rendered outstanding service to 4-H work. Choice is made by a 4-Hj committee, and the name is not revealed till the ceremony takes place. •II the afternoon-evening plan proves successful it may be carried out regularly in future. NEW RATE IS REQUESTED FOR FARM LIGHTS Increased Use is Seen as Basis for New Bracket. as/1 for Drivers License Seen 100 MUST RENEWAL JEFORNULYI 500 Had Made lication Up to Yesterday. 500 had .applied ' at ' the |B office iip to'yesterday af- i (or renewal of their auto ; licenses, thus indicating a rush for the next few weeks. The] period of renewal without examination expires July 1, and persons who fall to renew before that date must take the regular examination. There are between 14,000 and 15,000 driving licenses in Kossuth county, and all expire July 1. A force of three, including Casey Loss, Deputy Arthur Cogley, and Gladys Stoeber, of Fenton, is handling the license applications. Must Present Old Licenses. It is necessary that the old driver's license be presented at the time the new is applied.for. The old license is stamped paid on the back to indicate that the fee for a new license,. has been paid, and across .the face of the old permit is stamped an extension of the permit till September 1. This latter provision is import- tant for those who drive outside of Iowa. States require Iowa license for Iowa drivers, and if an Iowa driver was called upon to present his license after July 1, and it indicated that it had expired, considerable embarrassment would probably result. What is Required. •The information required on the application for a new license is as follows: County name. Date. Name of operator. Street address. City or town. Occupation. » Sex, weight, color hair,, color eyes, heighth, color. , '• Date 1 of birth: Year, month and day. ; Usual signature. Questions to be Answered. In addition the following ques- tions are asked: "Do you have an Iowa operator's license?" "Give its number." "Were you ever denied an operator's license?" "If so, give date and reason." "Is your license under revocation or suspension?" "Do you have a stub detached from your operator's license?" False statements made to secure a permit may cause the license to be suspended or revoked. Those who wish can apply direct to the Driver's License Dept., Statehouse, Des Moines, Iowa, by sending a money order • or check. for 50 cents with the application. Also those who. wish, can • have their 'picture included p.n. the license at no extra cost simply by enclosing a head photograph one inch by one and a quarter inches with the application. \all League Off to Good GAMES; SEASON'S 4RD SUNDAY >ft, Swea City, nton, & Wesley, i are Winners. ie second series of games I Sunday by teams .in the " baseball league, Bancroft "n Burt in the last .half of i Inning iu a see-saw game. une was won on an error in Id which was followed by a i by Welp. - )HV; . game, originally scheduled played at Burt, was switched croft because the Burt field owet from last week's rains. *ord follows: *woft-«, 8, 1, Pattern* FORTY-NINE AUTOS ARE SOLD IN WEEK The warm weather of the last two weeks has been a life-saver for automobile dealers, who have sold 49 new automobiles. This brought the total for May to 80 up to Saturday. Chevrolets were bought by R. H. Skilllng, R. C. Miller, Alice Kain, W. B. Williams (2), P. J. Kohlhaas, Bernice Harrington, Kossuth Imp. Co., C. W. Morck, D. A. Barnard, and Mrs. Mary A. Kelly; Algona; Lawrence J. Goeke, 0. H. Engstrom, Blmore; A. W Kennedy, .Harold V. Clark, Ben Lampe, Bancroft; William Krumm, of Swea City; George Aldrich, L. R. Wingert, Wesley; George J. Theobold, Bode; Roy'H. Jensen, Lone Rock; Leslie Tlemaiv. Fenton; Carl Trump, Lakota. New Fords were bought by J. H, Sheridan, Maurice Bernhard, J. S. Welp, " ' ' Schultz, .Glen 2749 CHECKS FOR KOSSUTH AAA FARMERS Total of More Than 700,000 Cash in Last Year. POPPY SALES HERE REACH $185 TOTAL ', S, Kuccker aid lotto Creek Beaten. fe cityteam -p la y ln s »t [Creek took the game with 5 « 6-1. Marlow struck out City men, and Deitertag Creekers. Bancroft; Armin Culbertson, Don ; White, Clara Schultz, Ruth Will, Algona; Elmer Dole, Irvlngton; A,' R. Linde, Ell Quam, W. H. .Meyer, Swea City; Clarence Schutjer, Frank J, Hauptly, Wesley; Fred Schroeder, Reinder Johnson, Lakota; Loyal Gingrich, Alfred Oesterreicher, Titonka. , Plymquths were bought by E. J. Loebig, K. S. Cowan, Algona, and Mike Stripling, Lu Verne; Dodges by John W, Jongberg, Armstrong, John Jurgensen, J. A. Raney, Al- goua, and G. D. Curtis, Swea'City; Pontlacs by Mrs, S. D. Smith, Algona, and Anthony L. Jandl, Burt; and Buicks by H. O. Buell, Burt, and F. T. Lewis, Lakota. Three ConfirmanU in 1st Communion Edward Jergenseu Jr., Bruce Shore, and-Nevin Woodward took first communion Sunday moynipg at the St. Thomas Episcopal church. They were confirmed May I by the Right Rev. Harry S, ^ongley, bishop of the Iowa diocese. Each was presented with prayer book, a gift from the eburch, and a copy 'of the PH- gram's Path, from Father SchrocK rector. Following the service iaember of the Guild servet breakfast in the shelter bouse a the Ambrpse A. Call state park in honor of the new communicants County Board Buys 105,000 Gab. Gas - A contract to furnish 185,00 •gallons Q$ gasoline for county us Satu>day by the board o to the Midwest vlejff C»,, lowes t Pi seven bidden " • ' " "A. Jensen pper "»T" -^--.55-"-^-- «--j , Practically aA 9 Checks received here in connection with the 1938 agricultural conservation program' run from :ily ?20 to more than $10,000. The gures follow: Amounts Checks to $20 -— 39 20 to $40 49 40 to ?60 — 67 60 .to?100 — 214 100 to $150 — ..373 150 to $200 T ' 630 200 to $300 590 300 to $400 430 400 to $500 144 500 to $1000 190 1000 to $2000 17 2000 to $3000 3 3000 to $4000 1 Above $10,000 2 These figures represent a total ,f 2749 checks for the 1938 season mounting to $734,000. There are till a few checks to come. 2802 Farms In Program, Payments for the 1938 program A-ere received on 2302 farms representing 372,228.9 crbp acres, or 4.1 per cent of the crop acreage n the county. Townships with high percentage f compliance agreements were Burt, Fenton, and Ledyard, each of which had 106 farms in the pro- jrani. Low township was Grant, with only 48. The indicated sign-up for 1938 is 34.3 per cent, an increase of 20 per cent over 1938. Gross computed payments for the county last year, for reduction of crops are: Wheat * 233 - 03 Corn - 504,741.52 General (small grains). 201,936.78 Payments for soil-building amounted to $42,836.81, representing: The Legion Auxiliary sold some 2000 poppies Saturday and receipts amounted to $185. Mrs. H. E. Stephenson was chairman of the committee in charge. Members of the Auxiliary, in red capes and caps, were on the streets with the poppies, which were made .by disabled veterans in government hospitals. Selling in, Algona Saturday were Mesdames .Stepheuson, L. W; Fox, G. D. Brundage, John Dutton, Walter B. Roberts, W. C. Dau, Joseph F. Pelisek, William J. Weis, C. W. Morck, G. H. Ogg, and James D. Burns. Mesdames Fred Bartholomew, Brundage and H. C. Hargreaves, with junior.members Maxine Brundage and Joan Stephenson, went to LuVerne to assist Luella Blumer, Lu Verne with the sale there. Members of the Auxiliary met Monday afternoon at the Legion hall to make wreaths and poppies for decoration of soldier graves at Algona and Lu Verne. Secret Marriage Announced Here Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz are announcing the secret marriage of their son, Armin Nelson Schultz, to Jean Ann Runchey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Runchey, former Algonians now living at Ne- sho, Mo. The marriage took place August 6, at the Methodist parsonage in Bethany, Mo, The Schultzes are now visiting Mr. ; Schultz's parents here, and plan to leave on a honeymoon trip |o Minnesota lakes this week-end. Mr, Schultz is employed at the creamery oil station. The new Mrs. Schultz is a grand-daughter of Mrs. Mary Runehey, Algona, Mr. Schultz drove to Neos.ho Saturday for his bride, returning, to Algona yesterday. Robert, son of the Ellis Runcheys, came back with them to spend the summer at his uncle Robert Runchey's, south of town. The city council held a short meeting Thursday night, and allowed bills. Because of so many special meetings held during the past few weeks there was little.to be taken Up-the regular Session; Secretaries of , -the five , farm lines which purchase electricity from hte city attended the meeting, and three councilman and Supt. Pollard discussed rates with them. When the farm lines were established they were promised a decrease in rate when the volume of electricity used'reached its present level. Therefore a new bracket for the increased electricity used will be established by the city in the near future for the farm lines. "Juice" at Wholesale. Electricity sold to the lines is sold at wholesale, with the farm lines, meters, -transformers, and other expenses of tnaintainance paid by the farmers. Hence the situation is somewhat different than in service to city patrons where the lines, the meters, transformers, and other costs must be met and therefore included in the rate. No building permits were granted by the council Thursday because they all had been granted previously in other meetings.. However • to ' enable contractors ' to secure a permit in an emergency a committee of any two councilmen was authorized to speak for' the entire council in rush cases. List of Building Permits. .Permits-issued in the last two weeks are:' H. S. Roth, 18x20 double garage on lot 8, block 35. Sinclair Refining Co., 2-stal super service 1 station, at corner o Jones' and State streets, to cos $6000. Glenn Raney, enclosing porch on residence on Jerome street $100. Henry Masott, reshingling house on lot 4, block 70. One Application Rejected. John Reed, 16x20 house on North and Smith streets, $200 —rejected because house Is located in street. BROWNIES TO PLAY D, M, TEAM SUNDAY The Algona Brownies were to make their Initial appearance of the season on the local diamond yesterday. The first big-time home game will be June 11, when the Brownies meet the "Zulus", an all-colored comedy team at Hand's Park in the afternoon at 3 o'clock, and at Algona under the lights at 8:30 o'clock. The "Zulus" full name is Zulu Cannibal Giants, and the members were recruited from the better teams in the south. They are rigged out in south sea island costumes, complete with grass skirts, and besides playing expert .baseball are••>coached'to-co/n- tribute comedy to the game at all times. The '.'Zulus" come from WHEREIN A MAIDEN AVOIDS FERDHAND IN SPEEDY EliCAPE An Algona trio, Halnes, Dorothy anil Irene Raymond Goodman, had a picnic snpper near Llrermore Sanday erenlntr. Afterwards Irene, a flower fancier, spied some pretty blossom* In a nearby farmer's pastire and ventured to pick then, bmt apparently a member farmyard did not like the flower-picking idea and when she looked np there was .Ferdinand, the well known bull coming across the field! Miss Halneii thereupon lost no time hi getting under the barbed wire fence and Into the car — and she can't remember what flowers she was picking! of the kind of FAST-DRIVING YOUNGSTERS FACEJIRREST Officers t o Enforce Speed Ordinances, Moulds Warns. AAA WORKERS ATTEND SCHOOL HERE FRIDAY Philadelphia. The official Sunday opening will be Sunday, when the Triplet Paint team, of Des Moines, a while semipro organization, will play the Brownies under the lights. The organization has a reputation of playing good ball,, and John McMahon, Cleveland Indians scout, calls It one of the best teams in the mid-west. TICKET PRICE FOR FOURTH IS GIVEN A CUT Admission This Year Will Cost Only a Quarter. E. L. Vincent, fair secretary has been busy recently completing' ments on corn and wheat l wi11 have to be stopped. Learn How the in Program ar be Checked. Farms eto At a county meeting held Fri day at Legion hall Here instruc tions was given to some 75 AAJ supervisors who chejsk .perfor A campaign to eliminate speed- rs on the city streets will be opined the middle of this week, 3hief Moulds said last week-end. Two children have been struck >y cars within the last two months, but fortunately the injuries were not serious because the cars were not going fast. However there is a group of youngsters who have been driving 'n the afternoons and early evenings at high rates of speed, and short shrift •will be made of any caught exceeding the speed limit n the future. The speed limit in the school and business districts is 20 miles an hour and in the residential districts is 25 miles per hour. This is plenty fast for ordinary travel. Also incorporated in the drive against speeders is a drive against car drivers who follow fire trucks to calls at racing speeds. The sounding of the fire whistle does not suspend the speed laws, and Chief Moulds believes there is no rush for anyone not particularly concerned with the burning property. If the fire is a good one it will be in full blaze during ordinary driving time from anywhere in the city limits, he said. The officers are not concerned particularly with out-of-Algona persons who inadvertently exceed the limit by a mile or so but the — , chasing of cars around the streets mance for price adjuitment pay- by youngsters during the evenings arrangements for the annual The county committee, consist- Fourth of July celebration at the ing of Chairman R. M Loss O. L. fairgrounds. Despite a heavier- i Thoreson, Swea City, and G. D. than-normal program the fair Welhousen, Titonka, with C. R. board has decided, to reduce • the »„_,.„,„ „ . . price of admission for the celebra- i Janvrm as secretary was in tlon to 25 cents, and there is no charge, and a state committee recharge for" car parking. presentative assisted. The drop in price came as a re-! The men were told hjow to check suit of protracted discussions of the reason for small attendance at the fair and similar large events. The Kossuth -program for both the fair and the celebration has been better and more expensive' than others which are better patronized. Swift and Co., coping and wall repairs to plant. Hazel M. Vera, moving house to lots next to apartment, $2500. Misbach Estate, remodeling apartment, $250. M. G. Norton, house moved in performance on farms and how to classify crops to whether allotments have been observed. All farm acreage must be accounted for. From a map based cjn reports of the supervisors cleric il assistants One group of fair enthusiasts I will build up a summary of per- has contended the price charge at ' f _ oj.man.ce and on the 8|ummary ap- "--*' Brome grass, two acres. Sweet clover and alfalfa, 53,561 acres. Hubam clover, 773.4 acres. Timothy, 186.8 acres. H. S, is Fourth in 'Spencer Golf Meet The high school golf team played in a Spencer tournament Saturday and won fourth, Bppne was first; Spirit Lake, eecoad; Spencer tMrd, ,tm aehpols were repre- - "sud 1 Morck " M " h ;«pr the to to the first " Brownies Win One, , But Al»o Lose One The Algona Brownies won one game and lost one Sunday. At Aurellla in the afternoon, the Al- gonians were defeated ift a free- hitting contest. The Aurelia star was 'Art' Kelso forme? Boston' Bee player. In an evening game at Storm Lake the Brownjies won, 52. Barry, pitching tor Algona, fan- ed }8 men.., _ • Theater Partly Redecorated, The lobby and exterior of the Iowa Theater .; have been redecorated by and repaired on lot 1, block 217, $500. I. M. Finnell, east Call street, porch repairs, etc., $30. Mrs. Marie Rosewall, chimney repairs to house on east Call street, $25. T. H. Wadsworth, reshingling house on lot 5, block 70. FOUR HERE ATTEND FIREMEN^ SCHOOL A four-day session of a * school for firemen at the State college engineering hall at Ames last week was attended by. Chief Ralph Elbert and Harold Johnson of the local fire department. Harry Barton aliened two cjays; Ray Barton, one day. Classes were conducted Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday and Friday, with around 400 men attending each day. There were demonstrations of f ire-if ighting tactics, fire prevention, the handling and upkeep of equipment, raising ladders, ventilation in burning buildings, first- aid, etc. There were speakers from differene parts of * the state, also from out of the state. One objective stressed was to make the public fire-conscious by teaching the dangers of fire. This school was a part of government vocational work. The local firemen were pleased with the success of a firemen's ball held,last week Tuesday evening at Floral hall on the fair grounds. They cleared some $300. Nine Will Receive College Diplomas Among candidates for kinder-, garten-prlraary teacher diplomas at the State Teachers college are Mildred M. Peterson, Ledyard, and Violet T. Ekavgaard, Ringsted. Among candidates for elementary teacher diplomas for teach.era in grades above the primary are Esther F. Seefeld, Algona, Harriet M. Gouge, Corwlth, Selma Peterson, Obtosen, Lillian E, Bargman and Dorptfrea, T. Fandel, Rodman. the celebration has reacted against attendance and has advocated the drop to 25 cents from the former price of 40 cents. • This year's lower price is therefore in the nature of an experiment to discover If price has been a deterrent 'Most of the program and features for the celebration have been purchased, but Mr. Vincent stated yesterday that he did not want to make the list public till it had been completed. Special attention is being paid this year to the fireworks program which is staged only at the celebration. The fireworks feature of the night fair program was discontinued some years ago. This fire works program will be the only authorized display in the county under the terms of the anti-fireworks state law. WEEK IN THE ALGONA JUSTICE COURTS DULL It has been a quiet week for Algona justices of the peace, only one case having been tried in each plications for payments are .prepared at the county jffice. When the applications hav« been signed by the producers und returned to the county .office, tions are checked, th snce sent to the state office, to a government flee. Finally the figures a disbursing office in payment. This procedure foi justment (or parity) payments is followed for benefit payments on compliance gram, also ments. with for determine the applica- and from there act ounting of- are sent to Chicago for price ad- the AAA sugar-beet pro- Pay- RAIN RECORD III MAY IS FAR FROM NORMAL ft i Just a little over a half an inch of rain fell last week-end to ease the drought that had faced Kossuth crops for nearly a month. More rain is needed inch last week brought the total court. In Delia Welter's court M. J. was fined $2 failing to give Holdren, Algona, plus $2 costs for way for another vehicle, which happened to be driven by a highway patrolman, D. S. Hutchison. In Justice Danson's Daniel, Webster City, court Emil was fined $25 plus costs for reckless driving, when he failed to stop for flashlight signals given by Patrolman R. M. Clark near St. Joe. Of the fine $10 was suspended on payment of the remainder and the costs of $6.75. Danspn married Martin M. Schufer, Mallard and Donna Lorraine Kinseth, Bradgate, Thursday. for Rotary Group Dinner i» Dated I ln * patriotic songs. for May only to .91 normal for May is nearly five times as fallen. The warmest days of the mercury soared to the 99 degree mark Wednesday an* again Thurs- nch whereas 5 inches, or much as has rain followed the two year, for the day. The official week follows: May 2,? May 23 May 24 May 25 May 26 May 27 May 28 re<ord for the J* D. Lowe Speaker Delores Wofto, ina,< formerly and. John empjtoyei- The lobby yejjow, ,prange, '-' 1 Lu Verne, sind Dorothy B. Miller, West Bend, are among candidates " for bachelor "of arts degrees. The newly organized Algona Commercial Travelers association held its second meeting Saturday noon at the Algona hotel. A luncheon was followed by a short business meeting, and a discussion of new membership possibilities was held. The next meeting of the group will be 'a week from Friday at 1 P. a dinner. The date w,as change^ frpm, Saturday tp Friday because many of the me.n have dress was given by who said that all should observe the di iy in honor of the war dead. He of Aaron Burr, one-;ime vice-president, who tried tp for the .59 PREDATOR PICNIC DATED FOR JNUE 6 The Kossuth Conservation League's 'fourth annual picnic, to be held June 6, will be held at the fairgrounds in front of the grandstand, instead of at the ball park. This picnic, open to the public, is in celebration of the closing of the spring crow and predator hunt. Announcement will be made of the unit winning a traveling trophy for high score. The Lone Rock unit won last year. Prizes will also be awarded to four high-scoring junior members : . The Algona Archery club will put on an interesting demonstration. At least one of the new midget traps will be provided. This small trap was popular at Burt and Algona shoots,, also at a WaU- bonsie Conservation League field day reported 'last week. There will be two 16-yard traps this year, instead of only one, so many shooters may shoot for their own amusement.. Five-man teams from the several units will compete for the county- championship and a traveling silver trophy. • Wesley won the championship last year with the remarkable score of 122 birds. There were nine units competing last year, but it is expected that more will enter this year. Shells and ammunition will be sold on the grounds. Hamburger and pop stands will be operated by the league. There will-be no admission charge. 89 86 99 99 82 79 73 60 61 67 68 63 63 57 .10 .10 .34 .05 Monday bserved Dec- oon, by sing- A short ad- J. D. Lowe', ervice clubs Seven Couples are Licensed to Marry Licenses to wed have been issued to seven couples: Charles, T. Nelson, Corwith, Cecelia Elsen- bacher, Wesley; Maynard Stack, Bloomfield, *nd., Irene Hagen, of Watertown, S. D.; Wilbur Schram, Helen Beed, both of Titonka; Donna Lorraine Kinseth, Bradgate; Hugh McDonnald, Viola Martin M. Schupfer, Mallard, and Smith, both of Burt; er, Stanhope, Vivian Algona; Marvin T. Dorothy Lillian Mankato. Albert Pet- L. Morgan, Osmanson, Lildes, both of old the story start a revol- t? cover- local %a4 are \inable to attend. 10J&4 Work Tjrjprk Sa,tur- utlon, but was unsuccessful. Burr induced an army ci.pta.in to join his cause, and the ccptain was e$- iled from the UniUd States, on board ship, never to hear pf his country again, and became a man without a^ country about whom 8to>v became a classic. i *—=T^*S Kittenball Season is to Open June 8 The first games of the regularly scheduled kittenball league will be played next week Thursday evening at Athletic park, with WWte Rose, and Pioneer Corn opposing at 7 o'clock, and the Knights of Columbus and the Hub CJptWerB playing when the flrat game ' Is finished. The teams, haye b*ep 'da- ing a little pre-season playing, and last week the JC. C.'ij beat the Hub and Pioneer beat .W&lfas > BpcelYcy Receiver G, S. Buchanan, pf the ojC L» Verne, baa called . Girl to he Buena Vis** . %• of deopMttra anjj other Ueive a.
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