Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1939 · Page 1
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.air !M*n»** l&#»'s Beat Weekly Newspaper 1938 by stato n-iv,x at I<nm-Membef Caaey'n AINAmertean Newspaper Eleven? btumfej> g ( .*. ? *»**-*«""""• CM6y • Aii-Amerioan Now 3P a Per Bleven . j% ALGONA, IOWA. TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 1, 1939 8 Pages 64 Columns Nttmbei- 46 FORGER GETS 10-YEAR SENTE NCE Flies 140 Miles in 4 Hours s | LARGEST IN EIGHT YEARS Bigger Than it Des Moihes and Other Points. By Eleanor Fruser. , a young bird show .of- the i pigeon association; held here trday and Sunday.-was the'big- ; In eight years.,. . show was sponsored by the ;on a Chamber ot -Commerce: attendance was htgh,^ more pie attending here than at the ,„., held at Eagle Grove, Water, Des Molnes, and other cities. . blue Schietti Modena hen ex- flted by 0. R. Brown. Des Molnes champion fancy bird among shown Champion Utility bird . of 44 entries was Leroy Lie's White King cock, brought Delavan, Minn. A blue , bar shown by J. F. Sandin, Des es, was champion racing hom- Fainong 38 entries. ' -• ' , Des Molnes In Four Hour*. _arl Emery, Milford, and; Leroy iarp, Waterloo, were Judges. En- were sent by 33 exhibitors 115 towns in Iowa and Minn- Some 126 birds came from 3 Moines alone. , black Check owned^ by Art n, Des Molnes, won the cross- ntry race from .Algona to Des IBS Saturday In four .hours, i ra«e was a special feature of show. A blue Check of San- 'B was second, In seven, hours. ntrles which had been expected Ames were- withdrawn^ he- use of heavy losses'- lh<"training i to excessive heat.'•: " ;,'.. Strong Winds Cut Speed. he starting time of the, race i advanced from 9:30 a. m. to 8 to give the birds the advan- i of cooler hours. The fact that i birds are very young ,and. the (rong winds, cut down the speed. i short flights, the birds average I miles; on long flights about 30 les, Sandln and Senn each had iur birds in the race. The rarest variety exhibited was ot swallow, entered by Tharp. largest number ;in. any one irlety was 81 Modena/s, with 38 wing-homers second, _.'nd 33 tags third. Birds to be eligible to have bands released after nuary 1,1939, and the bands can be put on after a bird Is- ten i old, j Association Hals 70 Members. •There are some 70 members of 1« Stale Pigeon association, some jom Kansas, Maryland; and Tex• as well as from Iowa and Minn- ila. The association was orga'n- v f "thest New Site for Field Day Between Burt and Algona Natural Amphitheater for Parking 'SWEDES' BDW OFENTONIN LEAGUE GAME TWO ALGONA YOUTHS AT FORD FACTORY AT DEARBORN, MICH. The site for the 193!) Field Day of the Kossuth .Conservation League has been mapped for the convenience of the thousands of people who are expected to attend the. event. The site was changed from previous years to this location between Algona and Burt because of flood conditions at the former site near Bancroft, and also because the tremendous crowds attracted had difficulty in finding parking room. • • • The new site has ample room for cars, and If the day Is rainy people can sit in their cars and look down In a natural amphitheater to see all of _the events. The league has a three-year lease agreement for this site. Principal roads to reach the site are shown in dash- Slugfest Ends Up in 11-6 Score.-Other |. League Games. Ill the county ball circuit games Sunday, Fenton won from Swea City, there, in a slug-fes't ending in a score of 11-6. Richardson and Deim, .Swea City, allowed 16 hits, but Alderson, of the winning team, alsb allowed 16. Errors also were even, each team making two. Krause, of Fenton, and Montgomery, of Swea City were behind home plate as usual. Burt, on the home diamond, dropped a 6-5 decision to "Whitte- imire in a game played under pro- tesU; Keene collected ten hits from Burt, and Kuecker allowed Whittemore 11. Kramer caught for Whittemore; Marlow for Burt. Again errors were even, four on each side. The protest was Burl's ovpr v an umpire decision. ; Wesley Beaten Again. Wesley, which has been trailing all of'the''second, half of the sea-; son,.lostjagain, this time to I/otts' ed lines. If there-is a large croiwd one of these roads may be made Into a one-wayroad for convenience in moving cars. ' A large number of noted sportsmen and women are 'jJ&tfL. expected to furnish feature events for this year's Field Day, which is earlier in September to get-the benefit of D EARBORN, MICH.—FRED KENT JR. and,P. R. Cmubb, of the Kent Motor Co., Algona Ford dealer, are shown here .standing beside a new Mercury 8 on the Roads of the World near the For Rotunda, Dearborn. The Rotunda is the hospitality building for the Ford Rouge plant, largest single Industrial pl'ant in the world, which the boys visited recently. Prior to the trip to Dearborn, they spent a week at the Des Moines branch'of the Ford Motor Company. Upon completion of their visit to the Rouge pl'ant they drove home In new Mercury 8 cars. . . ': ; :'.< i : .; .i i;'. , I.; , i : ' i '»:•. • better weather conditions. Full made in the near future. announcements will LEAGUERS ARE FOUGHT TO TIE BYOLDTIMERS K'Ballers Will Play the Deciding Game Friday Night. BUSY WEEK IN THE J, P, COURTS HERE Jack Stochan, Webster City, was fined $2, plus $2.85 costs by Justice Welter Wednesday for speeding on outh~PhinipB,the-charge filed by Marshal Moulds' a week -ago Fri- ay. This is the highway south The oldtimers vs. the picked kit- tenball league team game Friday night ended in a ten inning tie of 4-4, and another game will be played this week Friday evening to decide the tie. ^Another picked team played Eagle Grove, winning, 8-7. Sam Kuhn was star for the old- timers, hitting not only a home run, but a triple, Other oldtimers: George Lee, Clarence Stewart, Eugene Pearson, Ralph Donovan, Ernest Godfredsoiii Homer Clark Ilollis Benschoter, Harold Lampright, and Peter Waldron. Substitutes were Kenneth Lynk, Art Kuecker, Earl Moore, Louis Lynk Harold Neville, Charles Hoffman r r, Ingham, and 'Red' Smith. erefrom Marion. Harold Kratofl- 1 T^^noru <ilinw nt Start and Kenneth Myers hitchhiked • l«»e™ers Show at Start. ™ Ames to attend . the show. Playing for the league were Mel- iere were five exhibitors from .via Miner, Edw. Worley, Hannigan "nesota. .•••-. .- Cook, Muckey, Jensen, Gilbrlde be largest classes were 18 Arndt, Watts, Seipman, and Ligh 'ing cocks, White Kines;. and 15 ter. hens, White Kings Snratte's ' Th* oldtimers made seven to six f"». avr»i.uj a . ^ ^ ^ leaguerg Both tearas scored in the first inning, with th> oldtimers taking the lead in the second with two runs, and botl teams scoring a run apiece In the third. The leaguers were no able' to tie the score till the sixth inning, When they got two runs The game was called a tie at th end of the 10th inning in order to Flea won first In both. t a picnic and annual meeting the Ambrose A. Call state park PHaynoon, some 60 members of If association made plans for a JUhow at Des Moines December He ff the Birds Placed. * brBe( l Is divided into colors i T 1 and more than -half * d ? s ln eaon class at a p? I ? Iaced and certificates laeinng was Ra<!llls ' «>(* (9 in cuss); 1, 2, 3, 6 . ar «>n, Des Molnes; 4, Orie 6M1 tor, Des Molnes. Hen (10),- j w son, 2, Miller; 3, Charles : e; , 4 ' Kenileth Myer8 pf c , Sandm - Blue bar or H " ' .H C ns (6); 1 Miller, 2 - SJun i°r Comstock- ot Amea, check cock (4); 1 (Continued on page 4.) let the. second game begin. Defeat for the Eaglets/ In the Eagle Grove game the visitors took the lead with a run In the first inning, three more in the second inning, and three in the fifth inning.. The locals.wer unable to score till the fourth inn ing, when they got four runs, anc again in the fifth inning, when they tallied another four. Seven of the eight runs wer made by a triple hit by Rising an a' home run by Father Ahmann. I was the second game lost this sea son for the visitors, who defeate the locals twice at Eagle Grove ago Sunday. (EMAINS OK A FIRE SET IN WMBERYARDHERE FOUND rom State street past rounds, and many out the of fair- town rivers don't realize that they are till within the city limits. Friday Miss Welter fined Mrs. jucille Carlson, Algona, $2 plus 2 costs for driving without a lic- nse. She was arrested by Pati'ol- nan Hutchison. Alfred Knutson, Algona, was find $2 plus $2 costs by Miss Welter yesterday for driving with improper license plates. The 'car still had Minnesota platesi after he had ived near here for several months, -le was arrested toy Patrolman :iark. In Justice 'Danson's court Edw. Immerfall, St, Benedict, was fined 125 plus $3 costs for reckless driv- ,ng. He paid up. Marvin Calhoun, Algona, was fined $2 plus $2 costs Friday for driving without a license, the charge filed by Patrolman Clark. MERCURY HITS THE3-F16URE MARK JULY 27 I The MORE THAN 300 ATTEND UW, PICNIC SUNDAY J. Olson, of Denison, was elected senior commander of the eigth dsitrict Veterans of Foreign Wars and Archie 'Haines, Algona, junior vice, at a district meeting here Sunday at the fair ground.., • The meeting was opened by .local Commander Maurice Bartholomew, Algona, who turned the chair over to Carl Tunwall, Fort Dodge, eighth district commander. State officers presented were Commander Mike Kinney, of Fort Dodge; Doctor Minnich, chief of staff, Lauwns; <T>ast state commander E. R. Crane, Cherokee; and John McMahou, Des Molnes, legislative chairman of the Iowa department, - , Other district officers present were Luther Obye, Rockwell City, district chief of staff, and Harry Arnold, Fort Dodge, deputy chief. More than 300 men and women attended, representing practically ev- ey post in the district. An Auxiliary meeting was held at the V. F. W. hall, with Beulah Obye, Rockwell City, eighth district president, presiding. State president. Myra Smith,,Red Oak, land other state officers were presented by the local conductress: Mrs. Ben Nolle, and the color bear- 8 • ' ' Reports were given by the yar- Last i Thursday .was hottest day of the year in Algona (unless yesterday beat it). The mercury rose to the even 100-degree marker. Twice in May, once in July, It had risen to 99, but 'had missed three figures. . The effect-of .the heat was cut in the late afternoon^ when a storm •came up in the west, but only .28 inch of rain fell here. The rain elsewhere, however, made Friday the coolest day of the.week, with a high of. only 83 degrees. Temperatures were rising again Sunday and yesterday, and August is expected to be the usual warm month. ''.'.'"' Rainfall for July amounted to only 1,17 inches in Algona, where as normal is more than four inches. Only 2.76 inches fell in June. Combined rainfall fo'r ' the two months didn't reach . normal for either month, and the deficiency for the year Is now nearly ten inches: , The week's record follows: July 24 92 64 July 25 —__—_ 93 67 July 26 _„. - 93 68 July 27 -__-__. •__ 100 67 .06 July 28 i- 83 64 .22 July 29 u. 86 55 July 30 :___• 91 59 . Lack of moisture is causing corn in some parts of the county to fire, and though hibred corn will stand more punishment it will fire soon also unless rain- comes. Lawns in towns, and pastures in the country, are badly burned, in places • appearing almost dead. Threshing has progressed rapidly, with no rain to interfere,-and oats are reported of good quality, though the yield is smaller than usual. - C(eek, 8^2. Lloyd and Bleich col-. lected nine hits from the Creek-- ers, who garnered eight for themselves. The Lotts Creek battery was \Luedtke and Wlchtendahl. Bancroft downed Titonka, visiting team, 3-0, in a well-clayed game. Batteries were: Titonka, Bockelman and Hansenf Bancroft, Patterson and Welp. Creekers Get Drubbing. Home runs were scored in two county ball., games played last week 'Sunday. Dreyer, of Fenton; playing there against Lotts Creek, gbt a home run with the bases full. Fenton drubbed the Creekers unmercifully,, scoring 17-3. Alderson struck out 15 men, allowing six hits. Luedtke, McNeill, £.nd Myers for Lotts Creek, allowed 18 hits. Wlchtendahl was Lotts Creek catcher! The Lotts. Creek- ers made 12" errors to Fenton's three. Krause .was Fentou catcher. This game was played under protest by -Lotts Creek, which charged use of an illegal ball. • j Bergesen, Swea City, got a home run, playing against Whittemore on the Swea City diamond.. The score was 5-1. Richardson, of Swea CJity, and Keene, of Whittemore, each allwped eight hits. Swea City made three errors ; Whittemore, tVo. Montgomery and Butler were Ducky Hana single, a ifan, catchers. Swea City, got remains of a origin which rakffot ' the cnt , re 'p^ we - e Saturd ««r morning M W9«I4 91 e also in a two-.oot circle under some new 2x4*8 close to a P"e of ? hin : gles. The timber had been burned nearly through,' • . • "' rVen employes at the yard started to move the shingles Saturday morning they found the remain, of the fire. Chief El'bert is ujiable to un4erstand what made ' the'fire out. , PpHco.Moulds .,..„, Chief . have announced that nere children K>«erlng or will have to appear ers lous auxiliary presidents covering the work done since the last district meeting. Floor work wa demonstrated by the Algona auxiliary, of which Mrs. H. S. Montgomery is president. The Scotties drum and pugl« corps, Boone. state and nation*! champions, gave a demonstration on State street at 5:30. "A banquet was served at the fair grounds by the Auxiliary, a a dance was held at Floral hall be told 8* Penisoa In October. Youth from. Garner . Buys Beauty Shop 'Harold Wrede, son of the Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Wrede, Garner, has purchased Milady's Beauty Salon here, and he took possession last week Tuesday. The two women operators, Isabel* Kain and Ber- ntce Winkel, were, retained. Sue Morlan, Graettinger, owned the shop. Mr. Wrede was graduated from the Garner high school, and since completing a course in beauty culture at the Iowa School of Beauty Culture, Dei? Molnes, had been working in a shop at Forest City. Five Permits to Wed. Licenses to wed have been.. double, and a triple. The "Swedes" won this game. • Juniors In Wesley Game. ! Two Junior Leagion boys Lloyd and Wingert, played on the Wesley team in a game there' with Bancroft which the visitors won, 8-5. Patterson allowed the Wesleyans only seven, hits, while his team got ten off Lloyd and Bleich. Wesley made five errors Bancroft,, three. Welp and Wingert were the catchers. Lloyd struck out seven men. Titonka lost to Burt at the Legion celebration at Burt a week ago Saturday, 12-6. The Titonka battery was Rippentrop and Hansen-Burt's battery, Kuecker and Sigsbee. SPEED EVENTS WILL FEATURE KOSSUTH FAIR Speed events will feature all four days of this year's Kossuth fair, which opens Sunday, August 20. Sunday will be .Thrill day, with a remarkable exhibition of stunting in automobiles and cars. Monday and Tuesday will be horse racing days, with a full program of events, and some of the outstanding pacers and trotters in the country after the large Kossuth purses. '-""" Wednesday, the final day of the fair, will be auto race day, and the races are again sanctioned by the International Motor Contest Ass'n, governing body of dirt track racing. Gus Schrader and Emory Collins, 1938 titleholder, have been invited to attend the Kossuth fair. Season tickets are being placed on sale in stores and offices in Algona today, and Secretary Vincent said that he expected to have some placed in every town in the county by the end of the week. Some entry blanks have already been sent into the office, and those who expect to enter articles and stock are expected within the near future. This year's fair coming two weeks earlier than in other years may cause a last minute rush. The opening day is only three weeks from next Sunday. , The famous Karl King band has been engaged to play at the Kos- IPPLICATIONS FOR AAACASHTOD.M Robert M. Loss, chairman of the county agricultural conservation association, and two clerks from the office, Lydla Thomann, of West Bend, and Ivy Scuff ham, Algona, attended a district meeting last week -Monday at Pocahontas .- A ijenjber of the state committee jave Instructions on computations for payment on'the regular agricultural conservation program. The first block of parity applications consisting of parts of Eagle, (pant, Prairie, and Lu Verne towq- ships were forwarded to Des Moines last week Tuesday for the checking. Announcement was made by C. R. Janvrin, secretary of the .county agricultural- conservation association. A second checking for perform- will start immediately after suth fair. Djrector King, who has composed more than 200 popular band marches, will be here in person, * Stocks in a Sunday Morning Car Upset Mr. and" Mrs; A. H. Stock escaped with minor bruises in a car accident Sunday, whne they rolled over twice down a high grade four miles this side of Hartley..-They were on their way to Sioux City, and to avoid' hitting a car coming east Mr. Stock had to turn out. It s not known just how the car happened to leave the road and take to the ditch. The top and right side of the.-.Stock par, a Ford V-8 were badly dented, and tt was left at the Ford garage Monday for repairs.. - issued to five couples: James I. Adams, Dorothy I~- Grotte, both of Sp.encer; Donald Krause, ' Evelyn Hansen, both of Minneapolis; and Theodore Struchen, Early, Lillian Kuehl, Schleswlg; Williams Dodds, Lone Roick, Frances M. Wlnk«l,- Algona; Donald R. Cpleman, and El-, eanor R. Egle, bpth, -of GUmore .city; .. ., • fjflwo ball $«WB« from *tb§ CCC camp »t Bancroft will play at the Algona ball park tonight under the lights for the c^p,-championship. Five have played during tie An admission " > made implications for parity payments have been signed. The first check dealt primarily vith corn, Probably 95 percent of he farmers in Kossuth have oate o clip or pasture and soy beans o use for hay. This necessitates a lecond inspection of farms to see hether . requirements of the pro- have been observed. loved Shuck Though :ity Denied a Permit The city council is- faced with the problem ot vbat to do stooijt a ihack. moved from the Milwaukee ght of way to the Longley lots al all and Thorington af ter v permit id been refused. SW Rosensteil s .owner and occupant Another utldfng permit ve»* refused because the council disapproved an ail station screws from tbe Auto Sales Slower But July Shows 61 A temporary mid-summer slump lit the automobile trade last week, jnd only, eight new cars were sold, jut July's' total up to Saturday had eached the 61 mark. Buyers were William Peterson; Mary J. Wel- housen,. both of Tiotnka, Joseph Wilhelmi, Bancroft, Fords; Walter L. Dale, Irvin Peterson, Algo na, Chevrolets; Twylah Lorenz Algona, Mercury; Swea'City hatch ery, Oldsmobile; R. A. Bravender Swea City, Dodge. Tickets Reduced. Season .tickets for the swimming pool were reduced to half price Sunday: youngsters' under ten 50c; family tickets for 16 swims, a dollar; young people over ten an under 15, also a dollar; adult tick ets, formerly 13, now 11.50. T.b pool will be closed mornings dur Ing the county fair. Meats Itofrigentor Installed 'The Prenttee grocery (.onagri Akre) an, 3-foot meat frjgeratpr display case . yesterday and Jfcr. Prentice vill begin ling meats of all kinds at once. Will jalsstewy, Mrs. TIP FOR WOMEN IN TOWN WHO WANT TO HELP FARM WOMEN Union Iwp., Inly 8l— Farmwlres should can their .excess chicken supply this year, for prices on chickens do not pnt much clear cash into their pocketbooks. Why do not town women buy .up a supply, giving the farm woman a trifle more than market price*, and put it in a locker till wanted 1 .They conld have chicken the year around, and the meat Is delicious preserved In'"" this" .way. The freezing actually adds to flavor and tenderness, Even old roosters can be ,used to good advantage in this way, and the product .would mean a great saving to townspeople when 'meat prices are high. The townsmen advocate .trading at home. Why not give the farmer a chance to dispose of his products direct here at home, not through a produce firm? GYPSIES GYP LAKOTANFOR WAD OF $100 'Henry Roba, Lakot'a, had an ex jensive 'few minutes conversatio Saturd'ay morning at 9:30 whe ;ypsies stopped him on the stree Before he met them he" had $100 i his pocket; after, they departed h no longer had the wad. It has no ret been discovered where the. gyp sies came from' of where the went, but Sheriff-- Loss .' and hi deputy, Arthur Cogley, are takin teps to find out. • . Installs Electric Welder. B. A. Thorpe, 'of the Thorp Wood & Iron Works, Is now.pre- lared to do electric welding, hav ng installed the required eqtip ment. W, C, T. U. Contention Dated. The annual county W. C. T. U convention is to be held at Ban croft August 9. This will be an a day meeting. WRITES BAD $10 CHECK ON LEDYARD MAN Drunk Driver Given $300 Fine, Partly Suspended. Ernest Wallace, of New Richland, Minn., was sentenced to ter years at Fort Madison Saturday b} Judge F. C. Davidson at Emmetsburg. Wallace pleaded guilty to ; charge of forgery. He was arrested near Ledyard Friday after cashing a check on the State Bank o Ledyard. The .check was made out for $10 and Was signed with the name o August Gable It was made out t> "Bert Swell", and was endorsed o:. the back "Bert Sweet." : Forger Has "Becord." Wallace confessed to Sherif" Casey Loss, and was brought to Algona. He was found to have :• rison record, having served tiim n Iowa on two breaking and en- ering charges, and had also beei mprlspned in the Minnesota peni entiary at Stillwater on a cbargo f forgery. After his arrest several othe: hecks for varying amounts wer-' ound in southern Minnesota, am fficers from counties Iborderinp Cossuth on the north, called Algo na to have him held. However the; were informed he had been sen enced here, and their charge: jould be preferred after he wa; released from the prison at For. Madison. ' " " .", \ Drunk Driver IPined. ' '"" Also sentenced at the same time was Roy Zunkel, of ISwea City, 01 a plea of guilty to a charge of drlv ng while intoxicated. He was ar •estod by Sheriff Loss Friday be .ween Swea City and Armstrong. Zunkel was fined $300, but Judge Davidson gave Zunkel an opportu nity to raise the money. He is t< pay $50 before August 15, and $20' before June 1, 1940. The remalnd er is to be suspended during goo(' behavior. If he does not meet th payments he Is to be jailed to serv 90 days. . ;;ic Divorce Case Begin. - • . Filed In court Friday was a di - vorce action In which Marcelli Brdman asks separation from Her man G-. Erdman, and the custody o. five children. t According to the petition a decree of separate maintainance was granted In April, 1936, and thi couple has been separated since They were married at St. Benedic 1 . In 1915. As the summer court vacation draws to an end it Is expected ac tivity will pick up in court circles The next term of court will opei late In September, and cases bavf to be on file at least 10 days befor. court opens. Many cases now li the process of being drawn up aro expected to be filed in the neai future. (Crystal Lakers in ' ; Auto Spill Sunday A car going west on a road 2# miles northwest of Whittemort Sunday morning skidded across tht .pavement when the front wheelr locked, rolled over a 12-ft. embankment, and lauded in the ditch upside down. P. : L. Stainbrock, farmer at the corner, took three ocou .pants of the car to Whittemore foi medical aid. Rudolph Rode war owner and driver; Roscoe Guff} .and Wilbur Allen, Were passengers. All were from Crystal Lake ,and were on their way to Whittemore. One of the men suffered f .mashed nose, but no broken bones .and all were cut and bruised .When they returned to the scene of the accident, the car was ablaze and all wtas burned except metal parts. Rotary Conference Tonight Chairmen of Rotary club committees will attend a sub-district meeting at Humboldt this evening The 'district governor will make his official visit to the local club next Monday. YOUTH AND HIS DOG BOTH 20 YEARS OLD Llvermore, July 31— Vernon Hohenbergsr, employed at the Rosenberg-Wicks lumberyard here, will 'soon celebrate his 20th birthday, and, believe it or not, he has a dog, Buster, that will < also celebrate a 20th birthday a couple of months later. , The dog, a cross between a shepherd and a b}rd dog, la of a 'fine type, with pretty head, kindly eyes, and a good disposition. He ~>vas a valued oattio dog on the farm where Vernon lived with his parents, Mr. an4 Mrs. John Hohenberger, on their farm two miles north of Liveronore, tUl a few yeaifS pigo, when Jhey moved to town and hpught the Chris Korslund 'house.' Bu&ter moved too. Vernon was graduated from high school here, and f Jret went to work at the Nelson grocery, later accepting the lumberyard job. Tbe dog, while not,a0 active as formerly, te ^ ways on the job to meet his master when, the , latter returns from work. Tfce young man, who hw n*ror call his emm, figures ttatf be ha. had a gp^l standing friend thrpJighout the yearg. grandparenta, grandfather. -

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