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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 7, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 7,1934 A. A. DREYER HAS THE HIGH HERD; RALPH BROWN, HIGH COW IN MY Milk Average Increases C Pounds; Butterfat up 2.1 Pounds Over April According to the report bv Cheste Benson, tester for the" Kttssuth No. Cow Testing Ass'n, A. A. Dreyer o Lotts Creek has high herd, and 'Hnlpl Brown, south of Algona has high ccm for May. There were 18 herds tested with nn average of 697 pounds of milk and 25.5 pounds of butfrfrfnt. Tills is p.n increase of 65 pounds of milk and 2.1 pounds of butterfat over the month of April. The following is the miik nnd butterfat average of the six high herds In the nss'n. Milk B. F A. A. Dreyer, 8 cows 1355 45.3 Ralph Brown, 10 cows 955 41.6 A. W. Young, 8 cows 1165 41,3 C. R. Schoby, 27 cows 1002 33.4 S. 8. Young, 13 cows 923 33.1 Andy Godfredsen, 17 cows .. 922 30.3 Cows making 60 pounds or more of butterfat for the month are: Beatrice, owned by R. Brown 81.1 Ibs. Nigger, owner by C. R. Schoby 70.1 IDS. Bunny, owned by R. Brown, 67.3 Ibs. Flossie, owned by L. Young, 65.5 Ibs. Holstein 10, owner Oeo. Godfrey 62.3 Ibs. Pontiac Skylark, A. A. Dreyer 62.1 Ibs. Pansy, Andrey Godfredsen 60.9 Ibs. Ace, owned by A. W. Young 60.6 Ibs. There has been a reduction of 25 cows in the association since Jan. 1, ^hlch proves that, the trend is to milk fewer but better cows. 30 Rounds of Boxing at I. O. O. F. Hall Ten scrappers will -tangle tonight at the I. O. O. F. hall m thirty fast rounds of boxing with the main go between Louis Wildin, 140 pound local fighter and Jack Hill, 144 pound Des Moines scrapper. In the preliminaries Gordon Worster and John Baker, both Algona talent, will mix gloves and Dean Jergenson and Bunny Joes, local flyweights will flght for honors. Wendel Jergenson and Red Behlmer will mee In a five round preliminary match and Young Ostwinkle of Algona and Arnold Usher of West Bend meet in the semi- •wlndup with six rounds of scrapping. A Jour round opening bout will be added. IJoyd Phillips will reBeree the show which begins at 8:45. Fred Ryther Hurt in Fall From Barn Fred Ryther of Algona fell last Sat- today afternoon from a barn and received a deep gash on the back of his head and a thorough shaking up. Mr. Ryther, who Is in the moving business, was repairing a barn east of Burt at the time and It Is thought he was overcome by the intense heat. He was taken to Dr. Peters' office In Burt and from "Prisoner at the Bar" to be Given here A group of twenty-one local citizens nrsisted by a representative of .the An- ti-Snloon league will present the murder trial, "Prisoner at the Bnr" at the M. E. church Sunday, June 10, nt 8:00 n. m. The platform will be nrrnnRrd to represent a court, room. "Prisoner at tli-? Bar" is designed to bring out in a very realistic and dramatic way the iresent day liquor situation. The fol- owing is the cast of characters: Judge Forsythe Rev. J. Robert Hoerner States Attorney, Rev. Paul Carlson defense Attorney, Rev. Victor Schuldt 3 risomr at Bar, B. G. McDaniel !d Johnson (sheriff), Irving Urch Jlcrk of Court, Robert Richardson ourt Bailiff. Rev. A. S. Huoser. Mrs. Frank Hall (witness) Mrs. Leota Geigel. 'om Hamlln (fingerprint expert), R. R. Coffin. Dorothy Jones, daughter of the prisoner, Bonnie Phillips, ury, twelve well known citizens. liquor Consignment Expected Next Week The new liquor store is rapidly be- ng decorated for its opening June 15. ixtures are expected soon and the flrst hlpment of liquor will probably bte ere the latter part of next week. No nnouncement has been made as to the nanger of the store, but it is thought hat Mr. Cooper, field man. of Sheldon, will make the appointment soon. Beg Your Pardon Julius Juchem was in the office, Friday. Julius came in to tell us that he was out and around as usual, and not In jail as this paper reported last week. The name should have read Edward Juchem, who was sentenced to a short Jail term on a minor charge last week. We're sorry, Julius, and hope this reaches all thos? who may have read the article last week. .DGAR. ALLEN POE WAS SC/C/CfD OUT OF WEST PO/AST /=OfL. APPE.4JVNG M DR£SS PARADE W/THOUTH/S PANTOS '" there brought home where he Is rest- Ing in bed for a tune. R D. Hutchins Talks on Kiwanis Program Members of the Klwania club 'were entertained last Thursday noon at their regular meeting with a talk by H. D. -- _*__ w TT.VH ^ n««^ , •eereUry-trBMiirer of National Farm Lo«n AwcUtlon. the Mr. . . Hutchini made an e*pl»natory apeeeh about the loan bualneu and told how the government was trying to refinance the farmers. Opens Electrical Shop Julius Peterson, an Algona blacksmith of about fifty years ago, died In Palo Alto, California, recently according to word received by Charley Nolle. Mr. Peterson had run a blacksmith shop where the Dr. Fox building ia now located. Algonians to Broadcast An Iowa Baptist Assembly program will be given Monday, June 11. over WOI, Ames, between the hour of 7 and 7:45. A number of Algonians will take part in the musical portion of this program and they are listed as follows: Rev. Arthur Hueser, Gl«n Raney, Harry Spongberg, Henry Becker, Mrs. Gene Neville and Mrs. Arthur Anderson. A MCKLE" THAM A AS Band Concert Program The regular weekly band concert will be given tonight (Thursday) beginning at 8 o'clock. The following selections will b? played by the Al- ?ona Military Band: "Review of the Reeiment." March; "Kaho," march; "Fires of Glory," overture; popular number; "Poet and Peasant", selection; 'Blossom Times," waltz; popular nunr- aer; "American Legion," overture; 'Freedom and Honor." march; O' THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High Low May 31 105 71 June 1 98 70 June 2 101 70 June 3, 3% Inches rain 92 64 June 4, .18 inches rain 90 87 June 5, trace of rain 97 64 ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white $.48 2 yellow 44 2 mixed 43 Oats 35% Hogs-Sows Medium weight, 200-300 $2.85 Prime butchers, 300-350 ........ 2.7» Packing Sows, 300-350 .......... 2.3» Packing: Sows, 350-400 .......... 2.20 Packing Sows, 400-500 .......... 2.1O Pigs, 140 ........................ 1.60 Pigs, 160 ........................ 2 00 Pigs, 180 ..................... 2.00-2.2O Fat cows .................. $2.00-$2.25 Bulls ....................... $1.50-$2.20 Pat cattle ................. $4.00-$7.00 Stockers ................... S2.50-$3.00 Veal calves ............... $E150-$B.50 No. 1 No. 2 Cream Belle Null,' fantastic; "Mohanan Post- march, Thank You I wish to thank the voters for their warty support at the primary election fhleb nominated roe for treasurer of CoMuth county, «nd hope that they KbMutb county, and hope that they will do u well by me in the fall election. —0. W. Pearson. Card of Thanks To the voters and my friends: I am grateful for their vote and the support eceived In the recent primary elec- ion. Thank you.—J. J. Dooley. Church of the Nazarene Sunday Bible School 9:45 with a pecial program for Children's Day and hen a message to the children by the pastor. Theme, "Happy Days." ^ ANNEX SALE W^Cu Follow the Crowds to ANNEX Cfirisdnllas&Herbst The Annex moves into Us ^cond week with bigger and betu-r bar- B-aini. New good* have arrived iroia U* main bUux- and exprt^a c "' e lrtm ciu ' ;ugo Lo JU1 u ' Uie K a i« ' liadt; m™ The Annex idea k> buuiid ^tractive and back of it all is the reputation o! Chmchjllss and Herbal. You can't get away from that 50 new i>uii urw^to-just arrived iroiu Gucago— JreJi, clean nvr- chandi*:— well iuade. lull cut, lat^t aiylti. In pastel washable crepes, pruiu ami jwbty-^iize H to 44. The be^t "dress" Barnaul ever sold in Algona *m. Ana 50 new drti*>es at $4.88 and $5J«i *«••• H al " (Wliite) 18c. Wlutt- to Buy your iumm-.-r ho^- her,---toetter than going bare legged-look at inu>e price ranges and tUn "U.-<tf Annex values if you can 44c Ladies' silk dips 7!V- aJid MSc. »>*; auui 9Sc and many oiner itmipic paiiiics 25c. Cui'tauui Lawrence Rammer Dies at Rock Rapids The many friends of Lawrence Rammer were grieved to hear of his death which occurred at Rock Rapids, Iowa June 1, following a two weeks' illness The cause of his death was a stroke Mr. Rammer was born and grew to manhood in Algona. He was the son of Ignatius and Elizabeth Rammer, being the youngest of nine children. He was a plumber by trade and was stricken while at his work. He is survived by his wife and two daughters, another daughter Agnes, 15 years of age, preceded him in death on« year ago. Besides his wife and daughters he is survived by four brothers and two sisters, Frank of Cedar Falls. Martin of Windom, Minnesota, Mrs. Anna Kargleder. Big Stone City, South Dakota John, Gregory and Mary of Algona. His parents and two brothers, Matthew, and Ignatius, died some years ago. Funeral services were held Monday morning at nine o'clock in the Catholic church at Rock Rapids. Interment was made In the Catholic cemetery. Relatives from here who attended the funeral were Gregory Rammer and Mr. and Mrs. Jonh Rammer and daughter, Evelyn. Mason City-AHgona Business Men Meet The Mason City wholesalers and job- b-rs through their Commercial club, will put on a friendship banquet in Algona Thursday evening (tonighre) at seven o'clock at the high school auditorium for the benefit of .the Algona retailers and business men. The Rusty Hinge quartet is to be one of the features of the program. President T H. Chrischilies, of the Algona Community Club, will welcome the group and there will be several Mason City speakers. JULY FOURTH CELEBRATION TO BRING Free Acts, Fire Works, Ball, Races Combine for Big Day Gas Mask Used to Stop Ammonia Leak There was unusual excitement at the ice cream factory Tuesday when a valve in the cooling plant in the basement of the factory became loosened and strong ammonia gas escaped so rapidly that no one could enter to close the leaking valve. Alter futile attempts to go in they borrowed a gas mask from Georg« Holtzbauer and after many trips upstairs for air they finally succeeded in sealing the dangerous leak. In announcing the 4th of July celebration this year, the official!? and members of the Kossuth County Pair feel confident they are presenting one of the strongest and most varied programs possible to give. There will be vaudeville acts consisting of acrobatics Japanese, RWey, teeter-board, parallel bar and comedy, featuring the De Cardo Troupe in a whirlwnld or astounding gymnastic stunta. Another feature s Ben Clinton, "double for many years for the late Larry Semon. This fam- )ua comedian has the only act of its clnd in the show business, and It will stop any show no matter how ICYM. The Four Mountford Sisters combine youth, ability and beauty, being wffSi- lle singers and Instrumentalists and heir program runs from popular tunes >oth croony and Jazz to classical selec- ions. They also play piano accordlan, rultar and banjo. The Montfort girls have just closed a long season in vaudeville during which they appeared in all the larger cities. The Four La Vernes, a very popular family act, consists of the father, mother, daughter and son. The two children, Alice and Billy, are conceded to be among the mosl talented of Juvenile acrobats. They are the personification of health, beauty and freshness acquired only from life in the open air. The Billy Reid company feature hand and head balancing with smoothness and precision almost unbelievable. The Three Riskas are featured in a fast, rib-tickling comedy novelty. Added to this wonderful array of ta- l?nt is the ever-popular display of fireworks with many new and novel features this year never shown before. The fireworks were secured through Thearle Duffteld, the hoiu« which is presenting all the fireworks feautres at the World's Fair. Then for the baseball fans there will be two games between four of the fastest teams in this part of the state. You are assured of a whole afternoon of good baseball. O ClaSsifill Ads For Sale FOR SALE OR TRADE—1931 Chev- rok-t, truck, ahofrt wheel base, dual wheels, good tires all around. Can handle part finance. What have you Coryt-11 Service Station. 23 FOB SALE—One nearly new 30x5 truck tire.—McEnroe Bros., Phone 519 23 FOR SALE—100 improved soutliern Minnesota farms. 80 to 640 acres. Terms. 10 to 15 per cent handles them. Come to Fairmont Hotel—D. E. Lynch. 23-24* USED BUICK CAR FOR SALE—One ot the best used Buick cars In Algona is offered lor sale at about one-seventh of the cost price. The car is mechanically perfect and has always received the best of care. Anyone Interested should inquire at the Upper Des Moines office. Save that crt-ain with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. TeruLi—B.jusuroiC's, Al. gona, Iowa. 3-tf Wanted WANTED—A used median: sized ice box. Call 773. 23 WANTED—6 or 8 room house, modern preferred. Call Phone 83. 23* WANTED—To lease, cash monthly basis, filling station. To Box 357, Mason City. 22-23* WANTED—Girl companion. Am past 30, single farmer. Address replies to J. R. care of this oflice. 20-24* Miscellaneous Our interest rate to borrowers is being reduced to 6 per cent on July 1st. If you are planning on building a home, remodeling or want to refinance your present mortgage avail yourself at the low Intereet rate plan of Uxe Algona Bulding & Loan Asa'n. 22-U RADIO REPAIR SERVICE—Guaran- Ued workmanship, reasonab'y priced Pfioue 99.—E. A. Genrich. 18-22* Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Kirschs Laundry. Phone 267. 18-tf On the track both automobile and horse races will be featured to round out a full afternoon's program. A number of swings, rides and shows have already b;en contracted for, together with a whole flock of concessions. Midway this 4th will be the largest and most attractive in years. Chevrolet* Drop $25-50. Lowest Priced Six Today The Chevrteot Motor Co., through its local dealer, Kohlhaas Bros., announce the new, improved 1934 Standard Six at a new low price of $465 which is at a $35 cut from the previous price. The new low price Is In line with the general cut which Chevrolet has made «£ udlnB M5 on neater models and $50 on trucks. The new standard six is priced to make it the world's lowest priced six More than ten thousand of the new models have already been built and BEND MAN FOUND IN POOL John Fehr's Death Result of an Accident Emmetsburg Coroner Says Emmetsburg, June 4.—Uohn Fehr, 45, bachelor farmer, who lived a mile north of West Bend, was found Monday drowned In a cesspool on the farm in about two feel of water. Coroner J. W. Woodbrldge stated death was tlvs result of an accident and that Fehr had been subject to convulsions and may have fallen In the cesspool. No inquest will be held. Surviving are the victim's mother and several brothers and sisters. First Lutheran Church M. A. Sjostraad, pastor The Ladies Aid will meet tomorrow afternoon at the parsonage, with Mesdames John Carlson and M. A, SJo- strand as hostesses. Confirmation class on Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. Sunday School next Sunday at 10 a. m. The Lord's Supper will be celebrated next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Baptist Church Arthur S. Hneser, pastor The children's day exercises will be held at 11 a. m. Sunday. Sunday School at 10 a. m. B. Y. P. TT. at 7-15 p. m. There will bs no preaching service in the evening on account of the union services at the Methodist church The vacation church school will begin Monday, June 11 at 9 a. m. Boys and girls from 4 years to 15 years are invited to attend. We are making plans for another great school. — --—*- —-'mj vtrcu uuiii, ana shipped to Chevrolet dealers for a si- Presbyterian Church Rev. O. Paul Carbon, minister The Childrens Day program will be pven at the eleven o'clock service on Sunday morning under the direction ol the Sunday School. Parents wishing to nave children baptised should call the minister. The Christian Endeavor society will meet at seven o'clock In the church. Opening I Baseball Game Fairgrounds, SUNDAY. JUNE 10, 2:45 Bancroft Lions vs. Algona Admission 35c plus Ic tax multaneous national showing, CALL THEATRE June 3-18 Algona, Iowa Northwest Iowa Cooling Station Ico, Air, Water, Sanitor. Always comfortably cool 50,000 cu. ft. Kooler Aire System. ' Call the nearest telephone operator for our pro- grain, they have the information. Western Electric Wide Eange Sound Sun.-Mon., June 3-4 • _ Tuesday, June 5 Wed.-Thurs., June 6-7 CLARK GABLE MYRNA LOY WM. POWELL "MANHATTAN MELODRAMA" New Newa Night Before Xmas Technicolor JTed Healy Musical "The Bl« Idea" *50.00 BANK DEPOSIT NIQHT $5000 Otto Kruger Karen Morley Nils Aather "THE CRIME DOCTOR" New News. Vlnofcnt Lopez and Band Hollywood News WARNER BAXTER JIMMY DUNN 6 year old wonder, SHIRLEY TEMPLE AUNT JEMIMA in "STAND UP AND CHEER" Fri.-Sat., June 8-9 RICHARD DIX IRENE DUNN "STINGAREE" The stars of "OUnmaron" Ride Again New News Service, Paramount 8erial, Scrappy and 3 reel feature comedy. Laurel & Hardy in "Oliver The Eighth" also Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus wild animal menagerie with Clyde Beatty, world's greatest animal trainer in Episode No. 1, serial "THE LOST JUNGLE" 8un.-Mon., June 10-H Tuesday, June 12 - -—— Wed.-Thurs., June 13 14 JOAN CRAWFORD "SADIE MC KEE" Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse in "Giant Land" and comic color "The Brave Tin Sol- dter". New News. BANK DEPOSIT NIGHT SPENCER TRAOY LORETTA YOUNG "MAN'S CASTLE" Jhfearat News. Comedy, "I'll Take Vanilla" DICK POWELL MILLS BROS. Ted Piortto and band and 3 Radio Rogues in "TWENTY MILLION SWEETHEARTS" New Newa. Junior Vitapbune Feature Fri-Sat., June 15-16 Sun.-Hon., June 17-18 Owwrfy—HOLLYWOOD PARTY—Mwfeal Lwwel and Hardy, Lope Vetea, Polly Moral* Jack Peart (Baron MoachhaoMaa) Ted Hwly Chao, BaUcrwortb, Stabler BOM, Eddie QaUl^a Jluuojr Dorante and Mickey Monae No. 2 Clyde Beatty and Hagenbeck-Wallace cireuc wild animala serial. "The Lost Jungle" Guy Loinbardo and Royal Vetes aad Yolanda Burns .»« "MANY HAPPY RETURNS" 49 Ib. 1.83 1.77 Merry Month of June FOOD Values _ * SUNNTF1ELD FLOUR IONA BRAND FLOUR "BEST" FLOtTR PIULSBURy Mi4Ifc 1.12 "Kitchen Tested" FLOUR Goldmedal 2? * 1.17 "Dally Growth" Growing- MASH Z"' 1-99 TALCO NO-CORN CHICK FEED^SSc 100 Ib. bag $2.00 COFFEE 8 O'clock 3 Ib. 55c 1 lb.~19c IOWA STATE BRAND BUTTER Ib. 26c ARMOUR'S STAR LARD 4£, 8 os. bot. 29c 25c IT. Ib. 23c 32c 3c 31c CERTO POST Toasties COFFEE MJ.B. FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST cake WATER PACK PRUNES ^ 10 SCOT TISSUE 4 rolls 29c WALDORF TISSUE 6 rolls 25c Prince Albert or Vdvet TOBACCO can 10c R. S. P. WATER PACK CHERRIES £ 2 SOAP IVORY OXYDOL 2 Old Munich, IX or Dark MALT can WHITE HOUSE EVAP. MILK 3*1 V. B. Premium Soda* or Graham Crackers 2 Ji. 33c DEL MONTE BARTLETT PEARS £ 2 14c BLUE ROSE RICE Ib. 5c DEL MONTE Asparagus 2 ££, l 45c * FRESH TOMATOES ....Ib. lOc BANANAS ............ 4 Ib*. 25c New fbUtoes, Texas, 10 Ibs. 28o WAX BEANS ........... !b. lOo LEMONS, size 300, doz. . ..33o THE GREAT ATLANTIC A PACIFIC TEA CO. MIDDCE WESTERN DIVISION 10c 5c 17c 39c 17c RHEUMATISM Backache AND KIDNEY TROUBLE Drink your rheumatism and kidney trouble* away with delicious YERB- AVIOA, one ot Nature's greatest blood puriflen. No dope, no diet. Just a few cup* a day of this marvelous tea will quickly, surely and tmmlMrtj cleanse your blood of uric add. your kidneys will rapidly improve and your backache disappear. You wil notice remit* the first week, and by drinking Yerbavlda continuously instead of tea and coffee, your rheumatism, will b» permanently relieved. Yerbavlda ]• Inexpensive, too. A> large package for only $1.00. If your local druggist cannot supply you, accept no substitute but send $1.00 direct to Yerbavlda Sale* Co., 613 Southwest Bldg., loa Antrftl-?y. California. Or a 20-page book "The Story of Yerbarida" free on reguest. For Sale at Lusby's Drug Store. A. P. M. Want Ads Bring Results.

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