Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1939 · Page 1
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rt frs < fb«ioW,noHiiftl latter Part ftw^ffib^CaTey?^ ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 18, 1939 8 Pages 64 Columns Number 44 COUNTY HOME PLANS HERE :HAMBERS NINE DROPS 2 TO BROWNIES ^ •Brownies defeated CJhatnb- 1 J^ Des Moines, twice Sun- l-played game Sunday at ...v the Brownies won, r«s pitching for Algona, hree hits and struck out lulling) for Des Moines,. al- Eve b««, and struck out two. Brlggs and Marcell hit home runs for the Brownies. Van was catcher for Algona; Taylor for Des Moines. In the second game, under lights, the Brownies ran the score up to 14-4. Des Moines started off with a four-run lead, but couldn't keep up the pace. Algona scored two in the third lining, one in the fourth, four in the fifth, three in the sixth, four in the seventh. The Brownies got only ten hits in the game, but free passes boosted the score. Danny White finally got the home run he had been swinging for in four games, scor ing two men ahead of him. The Algona battery ..was Forrest and Van; for Des Moines, Janner and Taylor. Announcement of next Sunday's games will be made later. Mankato will play here next Tuesday In the big game of the season. < UIIANSAT iTHERVILLE IB PROGRAM Make Trip to clcome the New rganizatibn. - ral carloads of Algonians 1 , go to Estherville ' this ,,r the first meeting of the [ ogahlzed Kiwanis club [The Algona group was to j sample program .for .the 8 of the new club, and next lesday a similar sample will be given 'by >. the _~ake Kiwanis club. . •Esthervllle club was form- Iweek Monday evening with |ter members. Dr. C. E. Btr- |s named president, Arthur »x and F. J. Kennely, isidenta, F. E. Rbsendahl, ry, and Wayne A. :Vallie, i Algona's "Baby." jew club was given Instruc- i a group of 10 Algona K1-. B and 11 Storm Lake Kiwan- Lt Monday, and iby Ernest L. |fieM service representative wood, and D. E. ,Dewel, it-governor of this divi- J Kiwanis. ille has a Rotary club of «rs organized last 'year, [Lions club of 22 members . 1 this spring. Formation of rclut wag made-possible" by members of the Algona ! club over a period of sey- ntte. ;' : in September. , larter presentation party'Is 1 for September, which rio- i the Kiwanis organization lend, and the Algona club, Isorlng organization, is ex- llo attend as near 100 per 1 possible. . iucas told Kiwanians at the ille meeting that Kiwanis i the largest membership, of rvice clulb organized with* (United States and< Canada. jKnudson, of Albert Lea, pas elected international ft at the annual convention >n last month, and he has filed to attend the charter Esthervllle. • • fmseFlnE IOM JOUR IN EAST | Mrs. D. L. Leff ert got i week Sunday ' evening a-weeks tour in the East. : their daughter Ha Mae n,,!. N ' Y " Wfl ere she has Pities as statistitician un- Mor of a professor of ani- Jtandry at Cornell univers- Parsley. Akron, Ohio, ac«the Lefferts as far as remaining there, till the "ten he left for home, ™. "irs. Iieffert made an ex- ' e . Q etty;sburg battlefield", :? "-, C., a day at the •another day in New- Death Dodgers Coming to Fair August 20th »her fi «.-.« ere they saw the Ford research veterln- niverslty. William'. Fyfcastfrss ~> - t Sandpit Fuh ' Her* &»?•». R&W weather tb£ PIGEON RAGE TO START FROM HERE JULY 30 Homing Birds to Fly to Cotes at Ames and DCS Moines. The annual state pigeon show, ;o be held Saturday and Sunday, July 29 and 30, -will feature two races Iby homing pigeons. One of the races will he to cotes at Ames, . Two hours of thrill-packed entertainment, featuring the greatest aggregation of humans ever assembled, will be in order when Jimmie Lynch's Death Dodgers offer their unusual feats of skill and daring with stock automobiles at the Kossuth county fair Sunday, August 20. More than a half a score 'of daring-young men have been trained under the personal supervision of Jimmie Lynch on his famous speed oval at the New York World's fair grounds in the art of handling stock automobiles in a series -of amazing maneuvers. These daredevils are prepared to offer the ultimate in automobile thrillers, stunts that will include the shattering of huge blazing barriers, a leap far over a two-ton truck and a deliberate crash roll, of-a stock sedan in addition to a series of. intricate exhibitions of driving skill. Lynch has gained an interna- tional reputation as a thrill driver and his albility to impart his knowledge to others was recognized when he was selected to stage the automobile thrills at the New York world's fair. 'He and his agents combed the nation for young men with the courage and skill necessary for such hazardous work, and from a field of more than 400 can- ididates selected a group he • feels certain will provide thrill seeks a real two-hour circus of death. COUNTY LEAGUE 'NO-HIT' GAME Keene at Whittemore Turns a Two- Year Trick Sunday. SHIRTS FORFEITS OF K'BALL RIVAL TEAMS: SWEA CITY INTERIOR OF SITS STORE IS REMODELED The first no-hit game in the county ball league's two-year his- 'tory was pitched Sunday by Keene in a Whittemore game with Wesley at Whittemore. The score was, 6-1 in Whi'ttemore's favor. Keene has pitched a lot of ball, but never before in a game like this. Wesley, scoring only one run, made three errors. Erdman and Lloyd, Wesley pitchers, allowed the Whittemore team eight hits. Froellch was behind home plate for Wesley. Whittemore made only one error. Butler was catcher. . Bancroft Beats Swedes. 'Bancroft, playing on Its home diamond, tok advantage of Swea City's nine errors and ran up a score of 11-3, making ten hits and only one error. Swea City made six hits., The Swea City battery was. Richardson, Deim, and Montgomery; the Bancroft battery, Patterson and Welp. • Burt won, 9-5, at Fenton in a free hitting contest. A. Kuecker and Alderson allowed the Burt boys 11 hits, white Kuecker of Burt, allowed only eight. Each team made three errors. Slgsbee was behind the pl'ate for Burt; Kramer for Fenton. ' Indians are Losers. . Titonka, playing at Lofts Creek, lost the game, 13-6. Lotts Creek made nine hits and two errors, with McNeil, a new pitcher from Algona, and Wichtendahl as battery, Callies and Hansen were battery for the Titonka team, which made four bits and four errors. A Burt-'Titonka game scheuled for Sunday will instead be played Saturday at the Burt Legion celebration. Father of Mrs. O. B. Laing Passes at 74 -Mrs. 0. B. Laing and her son Ed,w}a came home recently from Corydon, where Mrs. Laing had lor "sj* weeks cared for. her father, I* N. Raikes, who suffered a stroke May 20 and died June 23 at the age of 1\. 'Mr. Raikes, who was in the harness and .hardware business many years, was elected justice of the peace of Corydon in 1938. He is survived by his wife, five children, and 12 grandchildren. Swea City, July 17—Swanky new blouses displayed by members of the Midwest Oil seftball team'are apt to become the property of their rivals, the Rough Aiders.' Thus far the Midwest have wenj two out of tbree games from the Riders, but if tbey lose the third the shirts will become forfeit, dc- 1 livery to be made publicly and at once on the grounds. With Dr. •€!.' C. Anderson pitching and Dr. R. >L Mlnkel behind the plate, the medical profession here Is out to defeat the oil interests. PLAYGROUNDERS IN AIRPLANE CONTES Climbs a • County, Auditor E. S. (Puke) KJpe-y aftd George Boswell, the laynderer. «shed at Rapldan. Minn., Saturday evening and had gfto4 •««* W-cM-Mf ^^^:, Jt „, repprtsd that T>uke' had-a tune 01 ' to,'climb, a/ 30,0-ft-, 45-degre& .tain" alter • catchiSS the a»wejl hM ajreftdy climb- In an airplane contest Friday at the playground for boys at Athle-l tic park, Robert Winkel had the 1 second "best looking" and his plane also made the longest flight. Ken neth Furst's plane ranked first in beauty; the Robert Butts plane, second in flight. The playground, which is in charge eof Omar Kelly has been in session all summer. Once every two weeks, N. C. Rice, local theater manager, treats the "kids" to a free movie, provided they have had a good attendance record at the playground. Among children who attended a free movie at the Iowa yesterday morning were: Larry Cooper, Roberts Butts, Gordon and Robert Winkel, Edw. Jerguson, Kenneth Seipman, Frank, Caughey, John and Tommy Fitzpatrick, Larry Thorpe, Billy Stephenson, Ronald Shatto, Jerry Bob Anderson, Fred Wray, and James Fraser. Girls from Evelyn Graham's group at the Bryant school also attended the movie. Five More Couples Get Licenses Here Wedding bells rang in the county for five couples last week, according to the marriage license records. Permits were issued to Earl Lehman, Evelyn Chilson, both of Blue Earth; Wm. F. Gildner, Waterloo, Rachel P. Clapsaddle, of Burj;; Virgil Gaither, Los Angeles, Mary Louise Deraglsb, 6t. Paul; Raymond B. Lamb, Inez J. Eicher, both of Algona; Morten B, Russell, Velmi* I. Gafley, both of Algona,.. Looks Like Bumper County Corn Yield Corn is reported in A-l condition ten days to two weeks in advance of the season, with the best prospects In years for a bumper crop. The- oatg are now, practically 'all harvested, but accurate information on the crop will not b^ avajl- able till threshing gets under way. The potato crop Is reported W fine condition, with 160 to 200 ac- reu in the county, will be to cotes at and the other Des Moines. Pigeons travel at 60 miles hour for. short, distances and _ erages 35 to 40»miles-per- horn-over long' distances. -They are stopped only by death. Occasionally one will fall from exhaustion, but it will resume its flight as it has recovered. . Birds Under Training. Birds are now being trained for an av- as soon this flight. It takes a homing pigeon several days to accustom itself to a new location after being moved, hence the birds will be moved into. Ames and Des Moines in the near future. Birds are* trained by taking them for increasing distances from the cote, and one, out of three birds is lost during this training period. The state association races are a part of this training period and some of the 50 or more birds released here will later take part in the national races, in which 7000 birds have been entered. Pigeons Used in War. Homing pigeons were used profitably during the World war, and Major Saul recalls' 'that on many occasions', when •there ( was no .particular danger to a runner a pig- geon was used because the information could be carried back to headquarters so much quicker. The birds In the local races will be started at 9:30 Sunday morning, July 30. Fanciers from 35 to FAIR COMMITTEE TO MEET TOMORROW Officers and directors of the Kossuth fair, together with members of the advisory committee, will meet tomorrow evening at the Hurt hotel to complete plans for this year's fair. The officers are Clark Scuffham, lAlgona, president; George Hagge, iLedyard, vice H. J. Bode, Algona, treasurer; E. L. Vincent, Algona, secretary. Directors are in addition to the officers 'C. M. Gross, lone Rock, J. A. Raney, Algona, and O. L. Thoreson, Swea City. Members of the advisory committee are George Heetland, Lakota, Nick .Thilges, Bode, Simon Elbert, Whittemore, Ed Siemser, Stevens, Arthur Anderson, Swea City, Thos. Garry, Bancroft, John Sleper, Titonka, Chas. Newel, Fenton, August. Vaudt, Whittemore, OlafFunnemark, . Wesley, Archie Sanford, Lu Verne, Mart McGuire, Bode. Nick Gengler, Lotts Creek, Tice Brack, Ledyard, William Elmers, Seneca, Gottlieb Bleich, Burt, John Borman, West Bend, Floyd Colwell, Ledyard, and T. H. Chrischil- les, R. J. Harrington, and D. E, Dewel, Algona, SOLDIER GRATEFUL FOR PAJAMAS SENT TWENTY YEARS AGO Hurt, Jnly 17—Members of the U and I Circle were much surprised recently to receive a letter of thanks for a pair of pajamas made in the World war. The letter came from P. S. Jnnger, Hebron, S. I)., lawyer, who said the pajamas had been given him at the base hospital, Camp Dodge. He had put them away with other army clothes, but In going through the things recently had found a note pinned under the collar which he had not discovered before, and so was expressing thanks after some 20 years. The U and I Circle is a social club composed mostly, of farm women from the neighborhood just north of Burt. A number of women who were In the club at that time are still members and recall making the pajamas. : towns iwlll tie here, and. Lyle 40 Reynolds, Algona, who had a first and a second place winner in the national show at San Francisco last year, charge. will be in general The interior of the Shilts shoe store underwent a complete modernization progam last week, and the work is continuing through this week. The new interior will be modern in every respect, and permit the showing of any shoe in the hundreds in stock at a moment's notice, : - • < :.-,:,,:^, The former shelying^^was al taken out, and new, -shelving in stalled. The old shelves held two tiers,, while the new shelves have only room for one box'between the shelves. -. Modernistic roundet corners provide lighted display cases, and several niches are lef in the shelving space for lighte( displays of new merchandise am mirrors. At the rear of the show room the partition, was continued to the celling. A new type wrapping counter, a foot comfort, hosiery and 1 display "bar" and modern show cases are also installed. The old double-row of lighting fixtures was removed, and new fixtures, giving more light, were placed through the center, of the store. New modernistic linoleum will, be "installed in the near future. The remodeling operation makes the store the most attractive exclusive shoe store in this part of the state, and adds to the large number of attractive stores in Algona. Ah, What a Relief! Mercury in Lovely Drop for Week-End Algona had the second real heat wave of the season last week Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, when the mercury rose every day into thje 90's. The week-end and yesterday, however, were cool, and yesterday was cloudy all day. ' A shower Sunday night amounted to only .16 inch. The record for the week follows: , ' • Jul 10 _,_,—.„ 87 57 July 11 -L 95.. 64 ' July 12 .__ 98 68' July 13 ,-..; 93 7$ July 14 ;— 87 63 July 15 88 60 July 16 85 76 .16 Backs Into Tambllmg Rod. Bernard Anderson suffered minor 'bruises and burns Monday when he backed into a tumbling rod on a road-grading job near Whitter more and had his cloth.es torn off. Anderson, who works for John McGuire was taken to $ doctor. • Bolt Sets Tree •Lightning struck a tree alongside the city sheds on north Hall Sunday evening, and the tree caught fire. Firemen put out, the blaze and cut the, tree, down, to save it from falling on the build- lug. ' Godfreys Tow I* < RJlcb, PoJst, Jijly 17-^ .,**,, ,. Mrs. Geo. W. Godfrey ana the, j Dick left tor a th^ep w$T Sunday, They planned to western states,. MASONS STAGE PICNIC AT THE FAIR GROUNDS An annual county Masonic picnic was held at the fairgrounds Sunday, 134 attending. Thirteen' lodges and 18 towns were represented. D. D. Monlux,, secretary .of the picnic organization, had charge of the program, which was opened with songs by a Masonic male quartet. Bernice Sto'ck, local dance instructor, 'furnished three numbers on the program, with the following pupils: Rosalie - Swanson, Betty Courtney, Emmajean Ringgenberg, Shirley Elbert, Betty Ann Sharp, Irene.,Ann Scanlan, Mary Janice and Virginia McWhorter* and Harriet Schoby. The Rey. F. Earl Burgess was speaker, and his topic was What Masonry Means to Me. Harry ,B. Sherman, Fort Dodge, gave three musical selections, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Geigel at the piano. Mr. Sherman also gave a reading. Officers were elected: A. C. Peterson, Buffalo Center, president to succeed himself; D. D. Monlux, secretary, also reelected. It was voted to hold the next picnic here again. . The eyent was closed with the first and last verses of America. West Bender is to Oppose Harrington in Handicap Final R. J. Harrington, Algona, and Kenneth Miller, West Bend, are finalists in a handicap golt tournament held at the local course in the last few weeks. Mr. Miller defeated Father Ahmann to advance to the final round, and Mr. Harrington defeated R. H. Miller. The match will be finished this week, and another tournament, this for the club championship, will be started soon. Twenty-two Algon- lans went jfo Fairmont Sunday af-: ternoon, and a number of them took part >n an inter-ity golf tournament, the locals losing, 23-8, 1)14 YOB Get "Shot"? The ''candid camera man" was to town Sunday and.yesterday, snapping pictures of State street pedestrians "awares and unawares." The pictures will v be shown on the screen, this week Thursday evening at the Call theater, Algona, in addition to a regular picture gram, - , . , CARL BORGHARDT DIES SUDDENLY AT DES MOINES Once Jeweler at His Brother's Algona Drug Store. Carl Ferdinand Borchardt, who lived here for some years, died Sunday morning in a Des Moines hospital; He was on vacation at Spirit Lake when he was taken .sick Thursday .and was rushed tQ; Des :Moinies" f or an operation. " Complications developed and Carl's mother, Mrs. Clara Borchardt, his brother,' Druggist A. H. Borchardt,' Algona, and his sister Mrs. Jos. E. Lynch, Algona, with her husband, drove down Saturday. Death occurred Sunday morning. Funeral services were held this morning at the Dunn Funeral Home, Des Moines, and burial was made in Resthaven Cemetery, near Des'Moines. The elder Mrs. Borchardt, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynch, with the Lynch children, went to Des Moines for the services. Carl, or "Tulbby," as he was known to friends, was born at Herington, Kans., November 13, 1903, and attended grammar and high schools.there. He learned the watchmaker's trade at Kansas City. Later he had charge for six or seven years of the jewelry and watch-repair department in his brother's drug store here. Ten years ago he went to Des Moines to travel for the M. A. Lumbard wholesale jewelry house. 'Mr. Borchardt married Pearl Stoner, Des Moines, and they had made their home there till his death. CAR, IN HILL PASS, RAMS DENBIGH GAR E. A. Genrich suffered minor 3uts and bruises in a head-on collision near Emmetsburg at 6 o'- 2lock Sunday evening. Mr. Genrich was returning from Spirit li'ake, having taken his son Howard ;o Camp Foster. As he came over a viaduct west of Emmetsburg he met a car from Council Bluffs lich was passing a truck on the hill. Both cars were badly damaged. Mr. Genrich, who has a '37 Chevrolet sedan, was going east, and the Council Bluffs car west. The Palo Alto sheriff was called, and Defeat The Algona Junior legion ball team, defeated the Humboldt team "1*0 here §unday. TWlges, pitching JUSTICE WELTER HAS BUSY WEEK IN COURT Justice Delia Welter has had a busy time of it in her court'in the last week. She disposed of five cases, and yesterday had three more pending. Wednesday Warner A. Hahle, Algoua, was charged with embezzlement of mortgaged property for selling a 1929 "-Ford coupe and keeping the money. The case was continued for 30 days. Gerald Frankl, .Irvington, and John Hauptman, Wesley, were arrested Thursday and Friday respectively by Marshal A, R, Moulds and charged with speeding. Each paid a fine of $2 plus $2.85. Cases pending yesterday charged Mrs. Merten Chrlstensen, Whittemore,- with driving without a license; Rex Swanson, Whittemore, with passing another car' in a prohibited area; and H. B. Burtis, Lu Verne, with throwing glass onto the highway. .Near-Record Sunday it Set at_State Park More than 2,000 picnickers were at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday.' The grounds were full of people, and every parking space available was taken. Custodian Paul Wle cpuldn't eat ~ ' dinner till 3 o'clock, he Sunday was so •busy finding tables, etc., for the crowd- Sunday marked the 'second highest attendance of the season at the park- -June 18. was record day, with. 3,000 people on the grounds. (Mrs. th* Stalrg. We«ft*4Prf la toft ankle Wednesday cil Bluffs driver for attempting to pass on a hill. ' -T*lr.-Genrich was-atone. A woman in the front seat of the other car was severely'cut, about, the face, but the other men escaped with minor cuts and bruises. Damages will be covered by insurance. •Mr. Genrich carries . mail between the postoffice and the depot and conducts a radio service shop at Bjustrom's. CONSERVATION LEAGUE PLANS COUNTY PICNIC A special meeting and annual picnic of the county Conservation League will be held this week Thursday evening . in what is known as the Klamp farm pasture a mile north of the Plum Creek plans for the annual Field day program September 10 will be com- Many new features for the field day will be proposed for accep- be BOARD IS TO LET CONTRACT ON AUGUST 2 Brick Structure to be Modern in All Details. Plans for the new county home authorized by a county-wide vote 'last month are now in the hands of contractors, who are figuring .on a bid to be received August ~ for the new building. The new building will be "T" shaped with the top of the "T" acing west on the site of the :ounty home destroyed by fire ast spring. It will be three stores in heighth, but the lower story will be a half basement beneath the ground level, and hall above the ground. The front, or west exposure of he building, will be 93 feet 4 inches long. This part of the building at the ends is 28 feet 4 inches deep, and on the center at the •ear is a wing reaching an addi- ional 53 feet 2 inches east. This part is 28 feet and 2 inches wide. Basement Floor Plan. The lower or basement floor has several storage rooms, the main dining room, which is 26x33, and attendants' room which is 10%xT7, a boiler room 12-20, and a coal •oom 12x26. These rooms are lo- :ated under the front part of the building. Under the wing that goes east is the kitchen, 26x1$, a laundry 26-18, and a lounge 15x26 at .he extreme east end.' From these •ooms doors and steps lead to the 'ard. The main entrance leads up steps on the second floor. This opens into a central hall. On the south of this hall is a sitting room 15x17 a sleeping room 26x17, and toilets. On the north side of the hall is an office 10x10, two bedrooms, one 10x10 and' the other 10x14,- a living room" 10x19,- and quarters for the custodian's family. ,„,;£} Top Floor Like Second. To the rear in the east wing of ;he building is a small private sit- :ing room 10x10, a sick room 7x 11, a bathroom, a toilet, stairs up and down, and a main ward sleep- <ng room 33%x27. The bath tub is placed in the center of the bathroom so that at- :endants can care for aged or infirm patients who are not able to care for themselves, The top floor is almost a counterpart of the second floor, except that there is a bedroom where the office is located on the lower floor and the living room for the attendants quarters is larger. .Provision is thus made for two complete families of caretakers, and it is anticipated that if mental patients are taken care of the attention of two families will be required at all times Mental Patients' Quarters. On the top floor also the quarters are designed for care of mental patients, and the windows over a portion of the east or back wing are barred to prevent patients from jumping out. Leading from all three floors is a fire escape on the south side. The building will be constructed itirely of brick, with oors, and will be firel the single exception of the n w i«h ™ .*!.*, v Ralph Meidke, of the Algona ho- tal. is general chairman for Field day. Arthur Priebe. Lone Rock, is county president, and Henry Becker, Algona, is now county secretary, upon resignation of J. D. Lowe when he was appointed to the state conservation board. Plans for the picnic include, besides the business meeting, a Dutch luncheon. A system of lights will be available, so that farmers who are threshing may come late for Vacationer Pulls Corrigan Stunt Local friends of W. A. Murray of Bancroft, are all prepared tc crown him with the title of "Wrong Way" Corrigan upon his return from his vacation. According to friends, the popular elevator man told them he was going to th'e Black Hills for a vacation, and he would write from there. Monday the friends were astonished to receive a card from him at Detroit _ TI » w ..! » « » live Babbits for Races? There i» some talk of using live rabbits for greyhound races at the county Conservation League's Field Day this year. It is said that black-tailed Kansas "jacks" from southern Oklahoma or north era Texas may be shipped here for * *» UP tq tay Dr, L, W. ba,d bfl^ij, In >ea ten days, tp'tafeote* be started immediately after the contract is let. Work is to be rush-ed as fast as consistent with good workmanship so that'it will be completely enclosed before bad fall weather hampers outside work. Added Auto Sales Push Total to 41 in First 15 Days Fifteen new motor vehicles are traveling Kossuth highways and byways as the result of sales in the county last week. The" total for July is already 41 for the first 15 days. -. Nine of the cars are Fords, bought by Dennis Pra^t, Robert W- Getchell, Lucille Peterson, Algona; Bernard Long, Burt; Will Rlngs- dorf, William H. Baade, Titonka; Raymond Kramer, Lu Verne; Emil Schumacher, Fenton; ' and Serat Bruckhiausen, Lakota. Chevrolets were sold to Adolph Mortensen, Swea City; John M. Vinson, Algona; and AJvta. Hardcopf and Raymond Westling, of Lu Verpe. International trucks were y bought by the local agency and the Pioneer company; both of Algo.na. - ^ u *' i iit "' j \ n At Colwell Corner T , .- _.„, , r July 17-TOe cars of <Jeo§« WaUace, an4 Mr. , Qerber ;. ------------ W* *\

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