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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, .Algona, Iowa, June 28,1934 0 North Dodge Street RAOOARD * WALLER, Publishers. M Second Clan matter at the poetofflc* at Alton*, Iowa, under act of Congress ot March 3,1879. Issued Weekly. SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN KOSSUTH CO.: OM Tear, in Advance $2.00 •tx Months, in Advance 155 S1ire0 Months, In Advance SO Subscriptions Outside County, $2.50 per year, strictly In advance. Subscriptions Payable In Advance. DISPLAY ADVERTISING, 30c PER INCH Oomposlton ,6 cents per Inch extra. "t«t the people know the troth and the cennlry safe."—Abraham Lincoln. DROUTH AND CAUSES OF ECONOMIC CRISIS Although the drouth may curtail production in 1934, It will not take care of the basic causes of the economic crisis facing farmers, Frank Robotka, dairy economist for the AAA, declared last week. "Many people think that the drouth will tak? care of necessary reduction in agricultural surpluses," said Mr Robotka. "If adjustment In agricultural production is so insignificant that a little excess or lack of rain can cure It, the problem facing farmers is small. That, we know, Js not true. A problem which has developed over a long period of years and which is bassd on fundamental economic changes cannot be cured by a drouth." The United States still has the excess acres brought into production during the war, the excess acres brought under cultivation by more efficient mechanical power and the acres whose products were formerly absorbed by foreign markets which, temporarily at least no longer exist. ° The United States also still faces the problem of being a creditor nation Instead of a debtor nation. Europe ran pay her debt to the U. S. only In goods and our tariffs work against that, said Mr. Robotka. While that is true we cannot expect to sell much to Europe. As long as surplus acreage exists the American farmer will be "in the shadow of the surplus." Er«n though the wheat crop is greatly decreased this yejr by drouth, the United States has on hand enough surplus to f^ed the nation for one year if no wheat at all wer-> produc- CO* Mr. Robotka emphasized the fact that farmers must adjust their producing plant. They may adjust in an orderly manner assisted by the government and may receive benefit payments to help them over the priod of adjustment. On the other hand they may let nature tak* Its course which will result in many farmers going bankrupt and being forced out of business, thus securing the necessary reduction. The first course will result in less distress .to farmers and In less social cost to the country as a whole. The purposes of the AAA program, Mr. Robotka explained, are to help farmers work out this orderlv program of adjustment. The program has just been started and a long time plan will be required to reach ultimate objectives. Present programs are primarily of an emergency nature, necessary to relieve Immediate distress. Farmers themselves must make the adjustment* he declared. The government can only lend Its aid and ultimate success depends on farmers studying patiently nnd carefully long time aspects of the program ar.d putting Into effect an actual reduction. PEPPING UP CRIMINAL APPREHENSION Lawyers of the state listened to their state bar president call for a state police system under civil service, at Waterloo recently, aj>d the setting up of a school of criminology to train peace officers. Political peace officers are untrained for their duties, the speaker said. The press was also blamed for romanticizing criminals. Goodness knows that taxpayers do not want any additional (axes, and would not favor setting up a new batch of state employees, even If they are under civil service. But if some of the various state groups now in existence were correlated into one good state police system, under civil service, Iowa would have an organization to be proud of indeed, assuming that it were handled fairly and without political supervision. We hope that the members of the state bar association, yielding the influeno; in their respective communities that they do. will aid in working toward such a setup. And, if about a half dozen of the various groups of state inspectors were condensed into a state police force, all the work of the inspectors, plus that of a well trained law enforcement group, could b? accomplished, it might even save money. ODD THINGS AND NEW-By Lame Bode odds and ends According to reports from Chicago, business men are now going in for the Latin custom of a two-hour lunch period. Not a bad idea, but It may work a detrimental effect on the afternoon bridge games of the wives. The capitalists want to give too much; the labor leaders are asking too much. The American public Is in between, like the meal between the grindstones. And if the public were the Judge, it would probably demand that labor and capital each yield a few points, meet in between, and settle the differences to the satisfaction of everyone. Down in the dungeon, otherwise known as the printing department of this weekly house of news and what have you. there resides during the week, a linotype operator, known as Merle Schwietert. H-?'s a quiet, sort of a fellow, doing his work well, loyal to the code of all machine operators. He was bitten with the golf bug a short time ago. and in enthusiasm for the sport, ordered a set of golf clubs. The clubs arrived, and Mr. Schwietert prepared to enter into the famous sport Then, to his dismay, he found he had right handed clubs, and he was left handed. The golf lessons have been delayed. Finding the bodies of those rtcad people In trunks over In England will probably furnish the American movie public with a dozen or so new movies based on trunk murder plots. This happened at Lake Okoboji ... a young Kossuth couple, and th-ir three year old offspring (female) were in a store, when a sweet young thing of 18 or 19 sum- *™?rs tripped in. dressed in a pair of shorts, and with a bright red bandanna across her chest, tied in a knot In the rear ... the little girl looked at the older girl's bare legs, and other bare portions for a moment, and then asked, "Is you all bare naked?" By the time a husband will stand without hitching he is hardly worth owning. Simile—As shy and retiring: as Gene NevCIe at a kittenball game. • * * Tom Sherman says that he Intends to work out a formula for inserting bird seed in the liquor that the new state store will handle here The purpose, Tom says Is to endow the liquor with Ingredients which will make the purchasers desire to sing instead of flght. Short Story of the Week "It (meaning the use of the 'brain trust') will be one of the outstanding topics of the coming campaign. We are all for brains when they are leading us in the right direction but against them when they take use the wrong way."—U. 3. Senator L. J. Dickinson. Thumbnail Portrait He's one of the leading, old line merchants of the community, although not so old himself . . , active in civic affairs . . . has several young sons full cf the old nick . . . likes to write; sometimes suspect he likes it better than the mercantile business . . . enjoys a good time, whether over a stein of beer, or In arid surroundings . . . sports confined chiefly to tennis (occasionally) and hearty hustle In the business world . . . some people can make their business a sport and pleasure, profitably, and this seems to be one of the cases . . . maybe you nan fill in the name. • • * Famous Last Line—I can't even feel it. LOW STANDARDS- THE TWO BILLIOM PEOPLE ON EARTH, LESS THAN TWO HUNDRED MILLION ENJOY A STANDARD OP LIVING THAT OF AN AMERICAN GARAGE MECHANIC. FLAME- A /WATCh MAY BE SET INSIDE OP A PUAME WITHOUT IGNITING. THE FLAME IS HOT ONLY WHERE IT IGNITES WITH THE EXTERNAL BLADES IN A NEW MODERN JERSEY TURB/NE WHIRL AAILES PER MINUTE, FASTEST EXCEPT FOR BULLETS. The Man About Town Says Body by flibtr Only Buick Gives All This At Its New Low Price t795 [LOWEST PKICI IN BUI«K HIITORV] A Straight Eight - 93 Horsepower — 85 miles per hour — 15 miles per gallon - THE ME WEST See the finest engineered car at or anywhere near its price. The lowest price — and the greatest value— in Buick history. Buick through and through, priced on the value inherent in it, and the leading value in today's market, regardless of price. Size, weight and safe balance give the solid, substantial Buick feeling to its unmatched performance. Beauty — outside and inside, with upholstery designed exclusively for this newest Buick. Available for delivery now, in all of its five beautiful models. •Strut 40 — #79} to *9Jj. Strttt }o — tllio to Serin 60 — ti j7j to *j6/5. Stria ^o — tiSy^ la JJ7j. Lat prutt at Fltml, MUbiga*. AU print subjtct t» (kamgt witbuut aotift. llluilrauU abon it moiitl +U, tU f/i»t, Mit&igaM. Special tquiptmtmt txtra. Diuo fnuitrt at no txtra ciargt. K W-.« . B^TTKB . AUTOMOBI,.. . A.TTTu.LT —«,ci . W.LL^R^ . lgona Motor Sales .A. S. H, Klassie Phone 714 Three little grandchildren visiting at the Jack Johnston home were left alone at the table to continue a prolonged dinner. Their conversation drifted to mentioning historic notables such as Washington, Christ, Santa Claus and Roosevelt, when one ot the youngsters spoke up and said, "And don't fo'get Oran'pa." • • • Little Eddie Hist and Bobbie Junes are still ktds. Saturday evening they were out lor fun with a bunch of firecrackers. The Idea was to light the package and place it inside of a screen door of one of the open, business places. The crackers started popping too soon and Bobbie learned a lesson not to hold lighted ones In the hand. • • • One of the great problems of life Is confronting Bernard Green. He bought a car but now wants to sell it so that he can buy gasoline. It Is not known how he got the two Hems together but he left for a couple of days of vacation recently. • • • One of tne hurtling- aprta* bl«h school graduates found himself a Job in a grocery store. One day recently he was sent to the cellar to bring up potatoes. The potatoes were so long in arriving a search was made which resulted la finding him peacefully snoring with his head on a sack of spuds. • • • Casper Marsh makes the doughnuts at the Algona bakery. A great improvement in the carving was made and now the customers get more doughnut and less hole. As one fellow put it. Casper had a front tooth which was broken off a few years ago He recently had it repaired. • • » Steve and Bob. two brothers who help the Silver Gray get along, put on a friendly sparring match for their friends. The bout drifted into a hostile affair with good natured S'eve leaving the scene of battle conceding victory to Bob who could la.n longer at talking. As usual in these cases one fellow wanis to hit a little harder than his opponent. This morning's daily earned a short story about a lady b-ing paid twnty- fivt cents a day to sow the NRA Hue eagle on garment.* Not at all bad but quite customary. Only an example. Attorney Van Ness has an eight year old dog named Pal. Van says that every kid in the south tide of town knows the dog by name. A few weeks ago the dog disappeared for a couple of days. He was discovered locked up In a shed being held as playmate for a five or .six year old boy. The boy had coaxed him into the shed and was feeding him without the knowledge ol his parents. The new labor union in Algona beenu U) be gelling organized in the right way. The boys are placing cards in buiu.tas places and explaining their views and inUntiorLi in a manner :hal may do them much good. If they can find job. 1 ; for themselves they need to pe complimented. Earl Vincent, secretary of the fair association, has a. huge problem to handle this coming week He is puzzled to know what to do with all the people. Prom present indications the grandstand is not going to be large enough. UK reports the midway will be swamped with attractions. Big timers are coming in fast. That of course means for one day slandi. For longer stays it would not be out of the way. Even Dolph Baney is guesting. And that is a problem for a fellow, who has served ;he association, as long as Dolph has. PENTON NEWS •B&x&ae&s®^^ Lillian and Leona Baago were guests last week end of Edith Wolfe. Willie Hantelman Is visiting his sister. Susan and brother, Wilmer at Minneapolis since last week. Clara Gramenz left this week Monday for Ames where she Is a delegate to the 4-H club state .convention. Letts Creek and Fenton Independents crossed bats on the local diamond Sunday afternoon. The locals won, the score 5 to 0. Lester Theesfleld, Benita Anwick of Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoeber were Sunday guests at the Clarence Theesefleld home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schoenwetter ind Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and baby of Gamer were entertained Sunday at the Klmer Welsbrod home. Mrs. P. H. Eigler and daughter, Mary Jane left Sunday for Omaha, where hey will visit several weeks at the lome of Mrs. Eigler's Bisters, Mrs. Frank Hicks and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Goetsch and A. A. DreytT drove to Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, Monday, where the former visited their son, Harold and family, and the latter transacted business. Mrs. Clyde Brooks and daughter, Beverly Ann of Iowa Polls came Saturday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Light and. her sister, Mrs. Melvln Mansager and family. Mrs. B. A. Welsbrod, Mrs. H. O. Undscy and Mrs. C. P. Gibbons drove to Fairmont Uus week Monday and from there the latter took the bus to her home in Dodge Center, Minnesota. Mrs. E. D. Armstrong and sons, Robert, Lee and Arthur and Theda Schuttleworth of Blue Earth, Minnesota, came Saturday for a vialt at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. McPall. David Waite, father of Dr. J. T. Waite of this place passed away at his daughter's home, Mrs. Virgil Clark in Emmetsburg Sunday evening. He was over 80 years old anw has been critically 111 for the past several months. Mr. and Mrs. Edward McAdams and daughter, Bessie artd son, Henry of El Monte, California, arrived here on Saturday for a visit at the home of Mrs. McAdams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boevers and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Peck of Long Beach, California, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stewart of Waterloo, Myron Meln- zer, Rov Meinzer, Dorothy Stewart and Mrs. Clara Olson of Burt were entertained at the Georp» Boettcher home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and children. Isabella, Ruth. David, Lena and Rachael were entertained at the home of Mrs. Weisbrod's mother, Mrs. J. Kresensky at Algona. Sunday. Mrs. Welsbrod, Lena and Rachael remained there for a few days' visit, Louise Baker, who lias been visiting her friend, Florence Welsbrod, the past two weeks, left this week Monday for her home in Des Moines. She was accompanied by Lola Warner, who will make an extended visit with her brother. Walter and family in Des Moines. The Modern Builders have started work the fore part of last week on the new fire proof fail building lust west of the pump house. The building is well under way. The school house chimney which was badly damaged by iR-htninfa recently was also repaired ast week. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Elschenschmidt and daughter, Louise and Mrs. Clarence Vnderson of Dubuque came Saturday 'or a visit at the home of Mrs. Ander- son's and Mrs. Etschensehmtdt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wllberg and 1 , to attend the Jensen reunion in Seneca, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, Edith. Laage and Betty Jean Schwartz left last week Wednesday for ft trip Into Minnesota including stops at Owatonna, St. Paul, Askov, Duluth and Brooten. They expect to return the forepart of this week and will be accomt- panled by E. A. E. Laap?, a brother of C. P. C. Laage of Askov. Nearly everyone stops at— Hotel KIRKWGDD sMoines "A Room and ba(h for two and a half*' Five Per Cent and Safety I A> State Supervised Member of The Federal Home Loan Bank The Algona Building and Loan Association offers the best paying and safest means of investing savings in Kossuth county. No investor has ever lost a penny in this association. All loans are secured by First Mortgages on conservatively appraised city or town real estate with improvements fully insured. How To Start a Thrift Account Buy one or more $100 shares today. Pay down only a dollar share, then pay only a dollar a share monthly. Eveiy dollar immediately starts earning interest. In 86 months your shares are fully paid up and you get the money or leave it to earn interest, payable twice a year according to your wish. We Pursue a liberal policy on withdrawals before maturity. Inquiries Invited. ALGONA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION C. R. LaBarre, Sec'y-Trea*. "ChrU" Might Make Fortune on Stage Exchange. T H Chri&chilles of the Algona nrru of Chrischillts & Heibst may be- a durn good m-crchant. but he is also an entertainer of ability which all the editors that attended the ni^tt- lijg at WhjMeniorc- Thursday evniau will vouch f-jr. As ci paint salesnun h- : belongs w:ch the specialist, a.s a financier lit- elaiiiii to haw been lujatk- ed out of hij . iuirga. A* a cofitt clerk J-e ia done lor, he ihouid quit hii paJci t-is. lorgt-t abuat hk, savings k to Uie entertaining Fe« World'i Kair Souvenir Edition! With Your Copy of Next Sunday'* Ob|u4£o UcraJd .tnd Kxumiu. r You will tteceve a Beautiful ajjctuii Section bevoted to The 1934 Century of THE BIGGEST Fourth of July CELEBRATION AT THE Kossuth Fair Grounds Bring the Family! BASEBALL! Burt vs. Bancroft, junior game in morning Titonka vs St. Joe, afternoon Bancroft vs Algona, afternoon Admission Day, 35c Night, 25c Children under 10 free. AUTO RACES Stock Car Race Model T Ford Race RUNNING RACES Mule Race and Shetland Pony Race TEN VAUDEVILLE ACTS .Bert Clinton, comic acrobat Billy Keid & Co., novelty act The Three Kiskos, acrobatic fumuakers Four Laverns, with rubber bodies Mont fort Histers, feminine musicians Hix Ue Cardoes, feats of skill And local amateur acts Music by Algona Military Band Spend a Plea.sant Fourth of July. Cuiil Khade . . . ideal for a picnic . . . something doing all the tune . . . don't inis.s it. DANCING Kay Keyes and his Nine Piece Royal Ambassador Itudio Broadcasting Band will play.

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