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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 14,1934 FIELD DAY AT AMES ON JUNE 19 Kossuth County Fanners and Their Families Are Especially Invited "Classes" will be opened with brief •discussions of "Some Agricultural Problems" by H. H. Klldee, dean of agriculture, and "Financing Farm Ownership" by Dr. W. O. Murray of the agricultural economics department, for farmers and th-eir families in Kossuth county who "go to school" at the Iowa Stale College, Ames, on June 19. the Held day being held for this section of the state. Those attending will have a choice of five subjects with which to become more acquainted during the rest of the morning. The five discussions or ex- Jilbit-s offered according to Grant Chapman, extension specialist and in charge of college tours, are: Inspection of the college livestock: or discussions of "Dairy Industry Problems" by Prof. M. Mortensen, head of the Dairy Industry department; "Poultry Problems," by'Dr. N. H. Waters, of the Poultry Husbandry department; "Controlling Chinch Bugs, Grasshoppers and other Farm, Garden and Household Insect Pests," by Dr. C. J. Drake, state entomologist, and "Iowa Game and Song Birds," by Prof. T. O. Mendrlckson of the zoology department; or "Varieties of Fruits and Vegetables" by Professor T. J. Manev and A. T. Irwin of the horticultural flection. The women will spend the afternoon In the home economics building. De- nfionstratlons and discussions will be given on the selection of foods, textiles and clothing, equipment, children's toys and home furnishing. A ta!k on rural housing will be presented by Dr. Margaret Reid, of the Economic? department who was in charge of th rural housing surveys conducted in 10 counties last winter. Swea City Lady Seriously Burned by a Brooder Stove Swi;a City: Mrs. Ed O. Peterson, living north of Swea City, was seriously burned on Sunday when the brooder stove exploded and Ignited her clothing. She was painfully burned over her body wilh the exception of her face, head, and one arm. Her husband, hearing her frantic call for help, rushed to her assistance, but was hindered in his aid by the family dog, who sought to prevent anyone from harming his mistress. Mr. Peterson suffered lacerations, but finally managed to subdue the dog. Mrs. Peterson's condi- )on is .serious and a trained nurse is n attendance. THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High Low June 6, .80 Inches of rain ____ 87 55 June 7, .06 inches ol rain ...... 87 56 June 8, 2.49 inches of rain ____ 83 57 June 9 ....................... 75 57 June 10 ...................... 76 51 June 11 ....................... 76 59 June 12 ..................... 77 51 The men will go to the dairy farm In the afternoon to inspect the college herds and to discuss -experimental wo--h being: carried on there with Dr. C. Y. Cannon, _head of the Dairy Husbandry department, and other members of the staff. Questions on present day dairy cattle feeding problems will be discuss- Later In the afternoon the m«n will Inspect and discuss sol), grain and forage crop experiments at the Agronomy farm with members of the Farm Crops and Soils staffs headed by Dr. P. E. Brown and Prof. H. D. Hughes. Jack Pot to be $100 Next Bank Night Evelyn Dodds of Algona would hav« been the lucky recipient of $75.00 had *he been present at the Call Theatre Tuesday night which was Bank Night. Because she was not there the next week's pot for Bank Night is Jacked up to $100. Assists Andrews Dr. P. J. McAllister of Hawarden, a recent graduate of the Des Moines Still College of Osteopathy, la spending the cummer In Algona aa assistant to Dr. W. D. Andrews at the General hospital. Dr. McAllister will leave in September for an internechip at the Mercy hospital in St. Joseph, Missouri. Near Tragedy at Swea City The Haghmd-Peterson carpenter rcw met with a near tragedy while ttempting to raise rafters while bullring a barn southeast of Elmore Mon- dday afternoon. A heavy wind struck the rafters and Fred Peterson, Lester Haglund and Albert Eckberg were caught by the falling rafters and fell to the ground, a distance of 25 feet, Mr .Peterson had a spike in his mouth and the impact forced the spike head through the roof of his mouth. J. O. Seylar, who was on the ground, was hit by the falling timber, and suffered a broken nose. The rest escaped with a severe shaking up but consider themselves fortunate not to have met with more serious consequences, considering the distance they fell. It is hoped that none are internally injured. This locality has had 2.26 inches of rainfall since June 6. Harold Ditswortn will open a restaurant in the former Hanson Food Shop. The building Is being remodeled and redecorated and will be ready for occupancy within a short time. The M. E. Aid society will entertain 'Guest Day" at the M. E. church on Wednesday afternoon. A special program has been arranged for. Two hundred and fifty guests are expected. Word has been received here of the news that former Supt. J. R. N-evelen, who for the past 7 years since Leaving ALGONA MARKETS Corn, 2 white 2 yellow 2 mixed Oats Hogs-Sows Medium weight. 200-300 Prime butchers, 300-350 Packing Sows. 300-350 Packing Sows, 350-400 . .$ .51 . . . .48 .37 ...$3.60 3.50 2.75 Packing Sows, 400-500 ........ 2.00-2.50 Pigs, 140 ........................ 2.00 Pigs, 160 Pigs. 180 2.50 3.00 Fat cows ..................... 2.0O-2.75 Bulls ....................... $1.25-$2.25 Stackers ................... $0tOO-$2.50 Fat cattle .................. $4.00-$7.00 Veal calves ............. . . .$3.00-$4.00 No. 1 .............................. 12c No. 2 .............................. 9c Cream ............................ 2l2c MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Dan Cupid has shot many a fatal arrow since the first of June with the result that Clerk of the District Court E. J. MoEvoy and his deputy, Alma Pearson, have issued the following marriage licenses: Floyd Gregory, LuVerne, Florenc? Johnson, LuVerne; Milton Point of Po- cahontns and Evelyn Zeck of Plover; Erick R. Erickson and Helen Radii, both of LuVerne; Francis McGregor and Leona Lampe. both of Bancroft; Chester Alme and Ersel BJnnchartl. both of Lone Rock; Charles E. Tutton, Buffalo Center, and Anne E. Meyer; Fern Drone of Algona and Ann Kain of Algona; Joseph Nechanisky of Traer and Mary Otis of Vinton; Martin B. Swanson and Gertrude E. Norman both of Algona; L. C. Puth of Tama and Esther Lamuth of Algona; Dean Andrews of Algona and Mary Jean Arndorfer of Wesley; K-enneth Dwyer of Humboldt. and Donna cruise of Wes- :ey; Gimnrd Hedman and Leona Struck both of St. Peter. Wilfrsd Coleman of LuVerne, and rluby Koepke of Irrvington; Leonard Utillins and Ethel Chambers, both of Corwith; Olive Ruth Boeckholdt of Kanawha and John H. Riggle of Corwith; Paul Lester Errington of Ames nd Carolyn Grace Storm of Minneapolis. The Annises Are I grandsons, Jim and Bob, will leave Sunday for Kansas City, where Mrs. Raolr f?»nm Mnntana Gene Neville will take medical treat- DaCKrrom Montana ment H arold Neville, who has been IRVINGTON FOLKS PAY MANY VISITS Swea City, has acted as superintendent at Manly, has accepted the position of superintendent of school of the Amana colony. Baptist vacation Bible school opened Monday. The teaching staff includes Miss Marian Alden of Minneapolis, Rev. Wm. Wesenauer of Curlew and Rev. Raymond McCreary of Ayrshire. Mrs. Alfred Anderson of Swea City is primary superintendent. A peat flre near the Lawrence Thoreson farm in Eagle township, threatened several acres of land, as well as a grade. A volunteer crew of 20 men under the direction of Supervisor P. J. Heiken, with road equipment of caterpillar and grader, checked the flre. Mrs. Chas. A. Holm, a pioneer resident of Swea City, suffered a stroke while visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ar- :hur Benson at Brainerd, Minn. Mrs. Holm has been in poor health the past three months. Hosts of friends are awaiting favorable report in regard to her condition. Allen Poole was a 1934 graduate from Coe College at Cedar Rapids with a bachelor of arts degree. His mother, Mrs. Wm. Poole, attended the commencement. Miss Dorothy Chrlsten- sen, a student at Coe College, returned last week for the summer vacation. Walter McCreery was graduated the Mat week from the State University of Iowa, with a bachelor of science degree In th« tchooi of commerce. Such Beautiful Cotton DRESSES (Main Store) ^wia^ v .Air ~ip- *™j?^. . t ." llt ;~ this * the P!««-w« have the most beauUful cot> and All whites, Rouwui stripy, fiowored voiles and dashing printo-ev- <u>-Uiiflg imaginable to keep cool m and price* to fit every purs*. You'll be well drt^c-U m one or ih-,6e clever irocito- styled nghl after the luifUer prcicd silk, motile*. Suitable to war ajiy pUitc, any 1.98 and a few higher. 3.98 Ruby Koepke and Wilfred Coleman Married at Frank Ditsworth Home Irvington: Many in this community took advantage of tho lovely weather last Sunday and were callers or entertained for the day. The Ralph Lage family were at Hampton visiting Mr. Lage's parents, who are farmers there. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Terhune were the Everett Lee family of Algona. Everett is a nephew of Mr. Terhune. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ditsworth visited with Mrs. Sam Reaper and their children, Harold, Idabslle and Harry attended the Irvington-Burt baseball game. Miss Edna Jordan of Mason City spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jordan, and sister, Mrs. A. L. Wsbster. In the afternoon they all visited the grotto at West Bend, which Is attracting as many visitors as In previous years. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stumbo of Fort Dodge and the Bob Casey family were at the John Bockes home. The Stumbos are Mrs. Bockes' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson and son. Junior, tenants of the Edward Mawdley farm, were w-eek end guests of Mrs. Eunice Putz In Minnesota. The two ladles are twin sisters. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Headley visited relatives at Jewell, Iowa, for the week end, leaving Irvington Saturday morning and returning Monday morning. Mr. Headley is assistant manager of the local Farmers Elevator. The Willard Gregsons of Algona were at, the O. L. Miller borne. Koepke- Co:«nan Marriage On last Thursday afternoon at 6:30 o'clock Miss Ruby Koepke, charming niece of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth and Wilfred Coleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coleman were united in marriage at the Ditsworth home by the Rev. Alex English, pastor of the local Good Hope: Mrs. Kate Annls and Miss Beth Annls arrived from Miles City, Montana, yesterday afternoon. They were accompanied by Mrs. Sarah McKay of Brooklngs, South Dakota, an old friend of Mrs. C. L. Dittmer. The arrivals spent the afternoon visiting at the Dittmer home and that evening Mrs. McKay took the train for Delaware county for an extended visit among friends and relatives there. The Annises went on to the Don Moore home near St. Benedict where they will spend most of the summer. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. E. C. Dickinson recently moved from the Sweeting apartments to the Mrs. F. W. Wehler home. H. R. Horn and Miss Pat Fulton of Rock Island, Illinois, were guests from Friday until Sunday at tho Floyd Saunders home. Mr. Horn and Mrs. Saunders are brother and sister. Mrs. Seeley, mother of F. B. Seeley, is showing steady if slight improvement and Is doing as well as could be expected considering her age. She celebrated her 81st birthday Sunday. Mrs. W. G. McCullough and daughter, Maurine and Virginia Good drove to Ames Sunday taking Mr. McCullough and Frank Kohlhaas who took u train from there to Rock Falls. Illinois, from where they drove back Mr. Presbyterian church. The bride has re- McCuHough's new Chevrolet ambul- in Amarillo, Texas, the past few months taking medical treatment for arthritis will meet them, there and take his two sons, Jim and Bob, back to Texas with him for the summer. There is a camp for boys in connection with the place where Harold has been taking treatment, and the boys will be able to take advantage of the advantages offered there during the summer. sided with the Ditsworths for about 12 years and graduated from the normal training class of the Algona high school with the class of 1933. Mrs. Alice Ditsworth sang "I Love You Truly". Ruby was attired in a white silk cr:pe gown. Miss Effie Egel was the bridesmaid and was gowned in rose colored crepe. Bdth ladies carried roses. Evert. Van Stenberg was best man. Both of the latter have been friends of the bride and groom for many years. At 7:30 dinner was served to a few immediate friends and relatives. Those thus honored were Mrs. Coleman. mother of the groom. Mr. and Mrs. John Ditsworth, Jake Maasdarr, and Mrs. Allan Burbank. Mi-, and Mrs. Coleman will reside with his par- en(s until March 1st, when thev will go :o farming for themselves. The Cole- jnans have been popular with Irvlng- rm's younger ft and the good wishes of all go with them in their future life. Miller Bros. Build Brown Barn The Miller Bros, of Algona last week commenced work on a new barn for lalph Brown which will replace the one recently demolished by a wind storm. The new structure will be much larger than the old one. Edward Mawdsley will also build a new barn soon of hollow tile on the ground where his horse bam Is now located. The present barn was built about •! years ago. This building will be moved to a location farther north and used as a machine shed. Henry Lichter has the moving contract. The new barn will be modern in every respect, the dimensions being 44x96 feet, and 14 feet high on the sides. Henry Johannsen is the contractor. ance. J. D. Lowe and H. D. Clapsaddle cam-D home Saturday from a ten day fishing trip. They spent part of the time at Lake Kabetogama, which is about twenty-eight miles from International Falls. Hi Clark, a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark, who is a member of the border patrol, was with the group, which also included several fishermen from Buffalo Center. From Kabetogama the group drove to Crowe's Lake in Canada. The lake is about half a mile from any road and the fishermen found the lake trout fishing excellent. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Neville, accompanied by Mrs. James Neville and her OFFICIAL PtTBMCATION TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Hy direction of the City Council of tie City of Algonn, Iowa, notice is hereby Riven that on the 31st day of May, 1934, the City Council of the City of Algona, Jowa, passed a resolution approving certain plnns, specif lentlouN ind proposed contract to be entered in to by and between the City of Algona (own, and the Fulton Iron \Vorks Com puny of Rt. Louis, Missouri, providing for the purchase by the City of Algona lon-ti, of the following- Items for th City's :IOO ami 400 H. 1". type "U", Ful ton Diesel engine, to-wit: 7—Cylinder liners, completely ma chined, and made of special alloyed ir in. best suited for this type of casting with necessary round rubber packing for making ivnter seal. 7—I'iston bodies, completely machln il. with pins and oil protecting plates nil ready for Installation. 7—Wiper rings. 7—F'fston heads, completely machin (1. will 1 necessary studs. 42—IS" diameter piston rings. Siibl contract price being about Plx Thousand Nine Hundred and Nineteen )ollars ($fi,!>19.00). Said plnns n specifications and proposed contract 'or said 7—Cylinder liners, complete^ nachlned. and made of special alloyei ron. best stilted for this type of casting, with necessary round rubber packing for making water sent, 7—Piston bodies, completely machined, with pirn and oil protecting plates, all ready for Installation, 7—Wiper rings, 7— Piston bends, completely machined, with necessary studs, 42—IS" diameter piston rlnps. being now on file In the office of the City Clerk of the City of Algona, Iowa, and by reference made a pfirt of this notice. Have you tried our Thrifty Wash.— Klrschs Laundry. Phone 267. 49-tf You wouldn't feed your horse musty oats—Feed your motor Gamble's 100 per cent Penn. Oil and it will last too. Med. 8. A. E. 30, 5 gal. can, $2.95 plus 20c Federal Tax—1 pt. Gamble's Polish with 5 yd. polish cloth, 39c. 24 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley vlsited- Mrs. Mawdsley's parents at Reinbcck last Wednesday. The Presbyterian Aid society will meet this Thursday afternoon at the annex. Mrs. K. P. Roney and Mrs. McLean are hostesses. Russel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Patterson of Hurt, visited with his aunt I. and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney I ; FOR SALE—Used Ford cars. Also 31 inch used tires.—F. A. Corey, phone 61- W. 24 BASEBALL Mason City Cubs vs Algona See Patsy Lee, Girl Pitcher from Hollywood With The Cubs See this Little Girl, aged 20, who weighs 108 pounds, throw her famous fast ball—a throw that puzzled dozens of semi-pro clubs in the past year. Game Called 2:45 p. m. Fair Grounds, Sun., Jane 17 Admission 20c and 35c plus lc tax 10 Glassiflealds For Sale PIANO BARGAIN—A few months ago we sold a studio size piano to a party near here who paid more than $100 on l but is unable to continue payments. He asks us to release him from his con- ract and we will sell it for balance due, cash or terras. This is a real bar;ain for some one who will act prompt- y. Write Jones Piano House, Fort Dodge, Iowa. 24 FOR SALE—New 1934 Plymouth coach. Must be sold at once.—Algona Auto Market. West of Court House. 24 Just received a shipment of 7 » inch rope, pure Manila. 100 feet tl 85. »/(, In rope, 50 feet 69c.—Coast to Coast Store. 24 FOR SALE—Oak posts.—F. F. Thompson, phone 26F12. 24-25 FOR SALE—Several used oil stoves, in good condition. Also used washing machines.—Kohlhaas & Bpilies. 24 Do you want to save money, oil 44c— Coast to Coast Store. FOR SALE—Elevator, corn planter, binder cut five season^.—L. L. Becker, St. Joe. 24* FARMS FOR SALE in Kossuth and adjoining counties by The Federal Land Bank of Omaha. Small down payment required. Balance on long terms. Addreis Elmo Hoflman, FH-ld- man, Algona, Iowa. 23-24 VERY CHEAP—Started Leghorn cockerels, 2, 3 or 4 weeks old.—Welten- dorf Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. 24 FOR SALE—100 improved southern Minnesota farms. 80 to 640 acres. Terms. 10 to 15 per cent handles them. Come to Pa.irm.om Hotel—D. E. Lynch. 23-24* I'm going to sell 200 gallons of Barn Pajut this week for 84c per gallon.— Joe Bloom. 24 USED BUICK CAR FOR SALE—One of the beit used Buick cars In Algona Ls offered for sale at about one-seventh of the «wc price. The car is mechanically perfect and has always received the best of care. Anyone interested should inquire at the Upper Dts Moines office. Save that cream with a Vega separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—BJusuoia's, Al- goim, Iowa. 3-tf Wanted WANTED--To k-aot, ca^lj monUily , nlliiijj iUtlon. To Box 357, Mui>ou City. 22-23* WANTED- -Girl companion. Am past 30, single farmer. Addles replies to J R. caxe of this office. 20-24* Miscellaneous MAN WANTED for Rawleigh route of 800 families. Write Immediately.— Rawleigh Co., Dept. IA-191-SA, Freeport, III. 24-26* Dogs clipped and bathed Spring fries for sale, alive or dressed.—Hugh Pierce, 415 W. McGregor. 24* 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 interest rate plan of the Algona Bulding & Loan Ass'n. 22-tl Motor 24 Lost-Found LOST—Small yellow and white short haired dog. Answers to name of Jerry. Reward. Call 479-W. 24* LOST—Brown kid glove, turn to this office. gQ&&xoetxa3CKX8aatt^^ Clean - Fresh - Safe After a visit to our well equipped rug cleaning department you can enjoy the satisfaction of knowing your rugs are thoroughly clean when you send them to us. Send us your curtains, draperies, spreads, tapestries, and bric-a-brac also. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 Algona, Iowa Piease re- ,_, 2* «CBDtO##aOtt<8XC8SC83CerKSC^ Have You Ever Used Richelieu Gelatine Dessert? It is h'ne flavored and quick selling AKRES Urape Juice, (ringcrale and Polo Syrup make very nice summer drinks. One pint of Polo, all flavors, makes 7 pints of a delicious, cooling ?fl|» beverage. Pint glass jugs only**"** We have a great variety of Cheese and Kandwich Spreads. Parties and Picnic lunches are not complete without some of these appetizing and satisfying snacks. Halligan's Uiu-olored Japan 9(lf» Tea, \<> pound packages fcUL Ali»iv fresh fruits arc coming on. Peaches, PUuus and Apricots are among the new arrivals. Sell Lob of itDaUyat Baked, Beans, Cooked Spaghetti in tomato sauce and cheese and a new Heinz 's cooked macaroni in cream sauce and cheese, Chow Chow, Sweet Relish, pickles and olives, ripe, green or stuffed are among- the best sellers. Halligan's Blended Tea, the best for Iced Tea, tall glasses __ Halligan's "Pure Quill" Coffee 1 pound glass jar ______________ 35c 3 pound glass jar _________ uj) ^fi on 7 empty 1 Ib. jars returned entitles you to 1 pound coffee free. The 3 pound jars give you 3 pounds coffee free That n resolution authorizing- and directing the Mayor and City Clerk to- enter Into said contract for and on behalf of the City of Algona, Iowa, and 1 authorizing tr.e purchase of said accessories and equipment will be considered by the City Council of the City of Algona. Iowa, for passag-e at a meet- Ing to be held on the 28th day of June, 1934, at eight o'clock P. M. In the Council Chamber of said City, at which time nny person Interested mny appear nnd file objections to the proposed plans and specifications nnd contract or for costs of said equipment, or th<> purchase of 7—Cylinder liners, completely machined, and made of special nlloyed Iron, best suited for this type of casting, with necessary round rubber packing- for mnklriR- water spa', "—Piston bodies, completely machined with 1 pins nnd oil protecting plntes. all ready for Installation. 7—Wiper rings. 7—Piston hearts, completely manhlncd. with nocessnry studs. 42—IR" diameter piston rlncs. and said resolutions may nt any time be amended nnd passed or pnssod ns proposed. Paled nt Algonn, Iowa, this 12th day of June. 1934. APATT f!ATU,SON City Clerk of the City of Alprona Iowa CAM, i.-on nFrrnMTA-v COXVKN- T10\ FOR FOIinTKRNTH .1HIMOAI- DISTIIICT OP IOWA ny order of the Republican Central Committee of said District n convention will be held nt the Court House at TCmmetsburg, Jowa. on the llth dav of July. I<I;M. nt 11 o'clock A. M.. for the purpose of nominating two Judges, one to succeed James Uel.and. anil one to succeed Geo. A. Heald. for the term beginning January 1st, 1935 anil ending January 1st. 1939: and at said convention the several counties shall be entitled to delegates chosen at the respective county conventions, ns follows: Huena Vlstft fcounty IS delegates: (lay county 11 delegates; Dickinson county S delegates; Kmmct county 10> delegates; Humboldt county 9 delegates; Kossuth county 14 delegates; Palo Alto county 11 delegates; and 1'ocahontas county 10 delegates Dated June 12th, 1934. A. J. R1IAW. Chairman Republican Central Committee for Fourteenth Judicial DIs- trlct of Iowa. WITH THIS LIFE SAVING TIRE MONTHS OF EXTRA MILES! BLOW-OUT PROTECTION FREE! O NCE you could only hope youc wouldr/t faavb a blow-cut. Nour the new Safety Silvertcwn gives you ttow-oul protection free —and months of extra miles in the bargain 1 The Bruiz- ing Lift-Saver Golden Ply, now built into every SUvertown Tire, ifiiaf* tsr- rinc heat, the great, unseen cause of blow-outs and early tire failure. Tires, last months longer, and fear of blowouts is baniahedl Yet tbU Safety SUvertown doesn't coat a penny moict than other standard tires! Come in aud •ee this life-savin* tire. •Siikitct to duoc* wtthout Mtk* mt to mi gmramatil Ux er tony. Goodrich Silvertown WITH UFE4AVER OOLDEN fVf Washing, Greasing, Willard Batteries Veedol Oil CLAPP'S Master Service West of Court House Phone 26'

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