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HISTORICAL DEFT, OFFICIAL ran AND COUNTY PAPER Awarded Highest Honors as "Iowa's Best Weekly Newspaper" By State University of Iowa, 1933 tlftje &lgona Upper Beg Jttoine* WEATHER Rising t«npenUor* ami fair, Friday and Saturday. Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1934 —Ten Pages VOL. 32.—NO. 28 Sidney Wood, Titonka, Dies When Auto Goes in Ditch Miss Cosgrove, Daughter of County Supervisor, His Companion, Injured Bldney Wood, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wood of Titonka, died at the Kossuth hospital here Sunday afternoon from injuries received early Saturday morning about one o'clock, when a car in which he and Miss Lucille Cosgrove were riding turned over about two and one-half miles south of Titonka. Miss Cosgrove, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cosgrove, county supervisor, living south of Titonka, received a bad cut on the head, but Is reported recovering nicely. The couple had gone to Hutchins and returned to Titonka and were on their way to the Cosgrove home when the accident occurred. Just exactly what caused the car to turn over is not definitely known but it is thought that Wood had gone to sleep for a moment and the car had gone off the grade and In attempting to return turned, over twice, throwing Wood about twenty feet from the car. Miss Cosgrove, being unable to find Sidney, ran to the home of a neighbor, Robert Spear, for help and after finding Wood they both were brought to the Kossuth hospital, where Miss Cosgrove was treated for her injuries and It was found that Wood had received a bad skull injury from which he never regained consciousness. Wood was in the employ of the Wilson Cafe in Titonka. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church in Titonka. with the Rev. Bryden of Bancroft officiating. lie was buried in the Buffalo township cemetery. Surviving are his parents, and four brothers, John Jr., Robert, Donald and Sigwell. besides other relatives and a host of friends. Dies on Highway 169 While Taking Invalid Wife to Algona Sat. Matt Moore died Saturday morning two miles south of St. Joe on 169 on his way to Algona. Mr. Moore lived nix miles south of St. Joe and was tak- izw hi* immlM «**• to Al«ou» for chiropractic tr*atm*nts. Besides tils wife he leaves three grown children all at home. Altwegg Clan Hold Reunion on Fourth Plum Creek: A reunion of the Altwegg family was held July 4th at the Wm, Altwegg farm home. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Biker and son Lloyd of Lake Crystal, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. James Altwegg and their daughter, Frances Ann of E-slmond, John Altwegg and daughters. Bernlce and Zada of Ruthven, Wilfred Altwegg of Seattle, Washington, Miss Hazel Altwegg a kindergarten tencher of Boise, Idaho, Mrs. Robert West and daughter, Virginia from Perry, Icwa, and Mrs. C. M Sparks and sons, Dean and Howard of Wesley neighborhood. Mrs. West and Mrs. Mnbe] Doss and daughter, Be'iy of Baniral* were also guests. We Deny the Allegation and Defy the Alligator Bancroft Register: The Register editor stayed quietly at home until the evening of the Fourth and then spent the balance of the even- big checking up on the the beantl- fm females that came from all parts of the county to attend the entertainment at the county fair grounds at Algona. Long before the sun went down they commenced to file Into the grandstands with their swains and fond htnbands and after watching them closely and most intently for two or three hours we decided that by far and forge the cieater number of beautiful damsels came from the north part of th«> county. Of course some of the south end laarie would do in a pinch but they could not hold a candle to the bemnUftd "gal" from up north. For symmetry, beautiful features, complexion and Just plain "it" there seemed to be nothing In the entire county that could compare with the fine Buses, young, married and grandmaids, of those that came from the dividing line that separates the north endera from the plainer and more common couth en- de«. We doubt if there were many that spent such an enjoyable Fourth M did the writer. Bancroft Juniors Win Playoff Series Bancro. t , lov.a: Defeating Britt, Ilar.c.c:; county repre;':ntatives. two straight games, the Bancroit junior baseball team captured the playoff Aeries for the .eighth district American Legion title at Bancroft Saturday. The winners go to the Pomeroy, Iowa, tournament finaU Wednesday. Bancroft used Godfredson and Jenks on the mound during the first contest to win, 16 to 1, and coasu-d behind ihe one-hit pitching of Kelley to win the second encounter and the series, 10 to 0. Mrs. Eroadwell Died June 24th Cresi >: R:norted too late lor la>t week's •...!>••! w:(S :he death of Mrs. Edwarr" Rr-|t:lw"!l, June 24th. following a -tri..,:.. 15 w<?eki< before, Mr Broadv ell missed away February 4th from a heart attack. They resided with their daughter, Mrs. M. C. Worster. Funeral services were held at Plover the 27th and burial was made in family ily lot Miss Irma B.roadwell, nurse of Mlnneaiiolis', who was here several weeks, 1 it for her home July 1. SEN. DICKINSON READY FOR BATTLE A Bitter Opponent of New Deal and All of Its Ramifications Would Make Roosevelt Policies the Issue in State Election This Fall Des Molnes Register: The new deal of the Roosevelt administration is the real Issue in the coming political campaign and Iowa Republicans should make this the Issue In th? state campaign, in the opinion of Senator L. J. Dickinson, who arrived in Des Moines Thursday for a stay of a few days. Senator Dickinson recently arrived in Iowa from Washington, D. C., and has been at his home in Algona- He will return there soon but plans to return to Des Molnes for the state Republican convention later this month, he said Thursday. "Will Not Be Content" "I am of the opinion that the Republicans of Iowa will not be content with acceptance of local and state issues in the forthcoming campaign," Senator Dickinson said. "The only course to pursue is one of a vigorous attack on the new deal in all Its ramifications and all its activities. Attack Outlined "Certainly the Republicans of th.-- .'tnte should include In this opposition to the new deal a denunciation of the AAA and the general farm program, the NRA, the needless expenditure of the CWA and the FERA and the monetary policies of the Roosevelt administration und all the things that have tended to increase ihe obligations that must be paid off in the future." MRS. ST. JOHN MADE SECRETARY OF SCHOOL BOARD Succeeds Miss Mary Mitchell Who Has Been Secretary for Six Years Board President Michel Elevated to Asst. Director in Fed. Emer. Relief Mrs. Leora K. St. John has been selected as secretary of the Board of Education for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1934. She Is successor to Mary Mitchell, who has served in that capacity since March, 1928. Mrs. St. John was formerly a member of the Board of Education. Miss Mitchell has given long and faithful service as secretary to the board during the last six years, the larger pan of which involved a great deal of heavy and painstaking work, carrying through the period of the building of the local Junior-Senior •high school building. She has tendered her resignation effective July 1, 1934, due to the fact that she is now connected with the law firm known as BIythe, Markley, Rule, Dibble and Cerney, Mason City, one of the leading legal firms In northern Iowa. Miss Mitchell has been for a number of years connected with the law office of Harrington & Dickinson. After the death of T. P. Harrington, she had charge of the office until It was assumed by his son, R. J. Harrington. The firm Is now known as Harrington & Lowe. Michel Promoted A. E. Michel, president of the local Board of Education, who flias been serving for the past few months as one of the six district, engineers of the Federal Emergency Relief Association at Des Motnes, was recently elevated to the position of assistant director for the state of Iowa. The chief ol the PERA for Iowa is George Keller It is not known how long the work under the PERA will continue, but probably for at least a number of months yet. Mr. Michel will continue to maintain a residence here in Al- Kona. and will continue as president of the local Board of Education. Six Months for Lewdness Elmer Steil, Algona youth, was sentenced to serve six months in the county jail on a charge of lewdness by Judge P. C. Davidson this w- i-k. He was arrested March 17 on a charge of rape after information flled by a Wes- icv till'.- faiiii-r imolv.-el hru in Hi:: iroubli; and he has been confined rk-re ni '. 'I !u- ram- charge was dropped in favor of the latter charge. Band Program Bandniastrr T. T. Herhst has the following ^elections on the program for i he band concert to be played by the Algcna Military Band Thursday evening: "The Trooper." a march; "Graham Grays", march; "American Patio! ' selection; popular number; "The Mill in the Forest," selection: "Land of Plenty," march; "Constantinople," march; "Aulriumplinipi," Selection; "Youth and Progress," march. Doesn't Think Younq Folks Learned to Drink During the Dry Reqime ••TlK Editor of the Upper Des Monies Dear S.r: Thank you for printing my letter in last wtt-k's issue of the Upper !><..•> Monies. Voor candid opinion on the alcohol question is respected by both those who agree ftnd dis- agi\e with you. -But Mr. Editor, when you make the broad -tateniciit that educators and uiutlatuis i.ave U',K- ce,-JiUo:. wiUh youUi. and are in ign-rauce of what is actual!'.' occumng, >uu ale not ac- tiuamud vuiii the- work ul these pro- ICS--IDII.' We work coitotaiitly with youlh and thai ^ *hy ».- hesllaU- UJ accept reporu, which uilcr that, all young people me urinklug. L> it not irue tliat >our coutauts with a cer- tttiii group oi young people j.au- ltd jou to make a geutraliiwiiun ii-gurd- ins all youth? I fear your personal attitude has prejudiced yoiu- pjint cf view. "When those agencies which I mentioned in my letter of June 18th re- i>-iiied'v unproved the outlawry of the liquor traffic, it seems pit-sumptuous to set aside their approvals as being ip- nc-rantly formed. The^e agencies never said that all young people were not drinking, but they did affirm tha: there was improvement during prohibition, and that outlawry was the bt-M me-thod of dealing with the alcohol problem. " - 1 •' 'Uil in my original letter, even though we disagree upon this complex question. I um suj-o we ar able to coouerute in formulating a pr-;.'ium ior the uiiprovuiient of cliild hie in i thii couununity, Sincerely yu.ir 2 , Rub- trt J. Hocrner." Withams Observe Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Withnm were married fifty years ago Tuesday and Sunday entertained tw-enty-one at their home in Algona. The Howard and Everett Witham families, Mrs, Myrtle Vining and daughter, Prances Harriet, Mrs. Jessie Royce and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schmeling and Patricia Sue were present. Other children could not be present on account of Illness. The Withams have twenty- one grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. Sunday all were seated at one long table. The center piece was a large bouquet of yellow flowers, a gift from Mrs. Wit ham's Sunday School cla.ss. Tuesday afternoon members of this class surprised Mrs. wi- tham by taking their lunch and. al.so lire-anting each Mr. and Mrs. Witham a gift. Byron Smith Hurt By Runaway Car Byron Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Ray Smith, lv»d a close call Saturday when he wa.s run over by Andy Yoenian's car. Byron was filing his football with air at oiv of the oil i-tations. H- was crouched down over the ball and did not notice the Yce- man car as it started down the grade from where it had been narked, without a driver. The car had gathered considerable momentum by the time it readied Byron and it threw him ag- diutt the curb and ran over his chc'St. , . . ., He received a deep gash in his left- I Casey Los.-> were called out to tiie home POSTOFFICE TO BE CONSIDERED ON JULY 23RD Algona May Have New Post Office Building in a Few Months Favored Locations are the Present Horseshoe Court; Corner South of Bank Proposals of lots for the site of the new Algona post office which is to be erected under the Public Works at a cost of $64,000 for site and building, are to be filed wibh Postmaster J. A. McDonald and will be publidy and officially opened at 9 o'clock a. m. on July 23. Persons having sites which they are willing to sell or donate to the United States for the purpose may secure blanks from the postmaster to file before that time. According to the government specifications the approximate dimensions of the site are to be as follows: corner lots, 80 foot frontage, 140 foot depth; or for intereior lots, 100 foot frontage, 140 foot depth. Some variation will be considered. There Is some talk about a half dozen or more sites at the present time, but the two most favored seem to be the Galbralth lots on North Dodge and Call streets, where the horseshoe court is now located, and the National Druggist Mutual lots on South Thorlngton and Nebraska streets. The Galbraith lots are not quite large enough but the Heise lot which is next to it is'vacant and could undoubtedly be obtained The Bite Is probably the most centrally located to the business district of any under discussion. Dehnert Hotel Mentioned Other sites which have been mentioned are the Joe Wadsworth property on Call and North Thorlngton and the Dehnert hotel property which Is across the street west from it. Another talked of location is the Joe Greenberg property on the north- cast corner of Dodge and Call streets where Mr. Greenberg has his business. The Heinsohn property, which is the old Normal building on the come south of the Akre store, has also been under discussion, but seems to be toe small with little chance of securin adjoining property of sufficient size. Perhaps the most unlkely location receiving any discussion Is the George Galbraith house site on East State, as the property is rather far removec from th e business section. The C. E Walker property across from the National Druggist Mutual lots hns been casually -suggested. The Godden Monument lots together with adjoining property owned by R. H. Miller of Pasadena, are possible interior lots which would perhaps b suitable. Points for Consideration Points to be considered in the selection of the site will be the points to which mail has to be taken to trains, the cent/r of the city carriers' dIUrict. the center of populaton and the center of the business district. Concen- sus of opinion at the time the new- high school was built put the center of the population of the town about n the Swift & Co. block and the carriers' center would be approximately the same, while uhe center of Uie 3U.sine.ss district see-ins to be about .IK- middle of the north side of the block of State street between Moore ind Dodge streets. Tells of Honeymoon Trip at Kiwanis Meet Dr. M. a. Bourne entertained his f.l- low Kiwanians last Thursday at their regular weekly meeting, with an account ot his honeymoon trip froiii which he had returned a few days previous. Several points visited by Dr. Bourne and his bride, the former. Opal Morrison, were: Omaha, Denver, Colorado Springs, Pike's Peak, Garden ul the Goc!s and Yellowstone Park The Bournes w* re gone about two week.s. Auto Thief Saws Bars in Jail and Departs During Night UNTIMELY DEATH CLAIMS YOUNG ALGONA MATRON Mrs, V. J. Kleinpeter, Wife of Algona Merchant, Died Friday HUSBAND AND THREE CHILDREN SURVIVE Funeral Services From St. Cecelia's Church on Monday The community was saddened last Friday to learn of the death of Mrs. Vincent J. KJeinpeter, wife of the manager of the Basket Grocery. Mrs, Kleinpeter had been ill only since on Monday and was a patient at the General hospital where she had undergone two operation. Her condition became critical the middle of the week and she passed away early Friday morning. Betty Rlchey was born February 14, 1911, at Webster City, and was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Rlchey who now live at Mohamet, Illinois. Wiiile she was a child her parents moved to Ventura where she was graduated from the Ventura high school. Leaves Three Children On February 4, 1930, she was married to Vincent J. Kleinpeter at Port Dodge, and to them were born three children, Marian, Larry and Donald. The Klelnpeters moves to Algona, September 1, 1931, when Mr. Kleinpeter came to manage the Basket Grocery which opened at that time. Mrs. Kleinpeter was a young woman of pleasing personality and her friendly nature had mad.? many friends In Algona who were saddened by her untimely death. Beside her husband and three little children, Mrs. KJelnpcter Is survived by her parents, three younger brothers and four sisters, all of whom arc at home with the exception of a sister, Mrs. Dallas Hill of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Richey were unable to attend the funeral of tholr daughter because of the .serious illness of one of their sons. Funeral Monday Punrral f en-Ices were held Monday rm.rnine from St. Cecelia's church with the Hiv. T. J. Davern officiating, and interment was made at Wesley, where Mr. Kleinpeter'.s parents reside. Out cf town relatives who cam to ittt-nd the funeral wer' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dnlln.s Hill of Minnesota, Mr. und Mr.s. I. W. Richey. grandparents of Vlr.s. Klfinpcter, of Ventura, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Richey, the former an unrk. f Clem- Lake, Mr. and Mrs. A. L •tlelnpeter of Wesley, Dr. niu! Mr? -ion Smith of Fort Dod;?e, Mr. n::d Mr.s. Don Malaney of Britt, Mr. and ills. Lio Hen • of Wesley and Mr. and Mrs. L. I!. Kl. inpetei- of Ida Gro\v. Corn-Hog Signers on Last Lap The county corn-hog committee has announced that this will be the last week in which farmers will be able to sign up for their allot- i.i-fnts. Copies requiring landlord's signatures have been sent to the owners 1o be signed. Eight townships including Eagle, Grant, Springfield, Hebron, Swen, Harrison, Ledyard and Lincoln have signed during the last week. Seneca, Greenwood. Ramsey, German, Fenton, Hurt. Portland and Buffalo will be signed tonight and Lotts Creek. Union, Plum Creek and Wesley will be signed Saturday, and Whlttemore, Cresco, Irvlngton, Prairie, Garfleld, Riverdale, Sherman and LuVerne will be taken care, of Monday and Tuesday of next week. Cards are being mailed to each contract signer specifying the respective places where each one is to sign and it Is urged by the association that each signer be at his respective place so that tile schedule will be completed early. Landlords are also required to be at their places on time specified by the cards. Had Been Sentenced to Ten Years in Pen for Stealing Car ' Coast to Coast Takes Skelly Oilers 5 to 3 The evening soft-ball games are becoming very popular as evening entertainment for Algona people. Last Thursday night the Coast-to-Coast took a clos? contest from the Skelly Oilers by the count of 5 to 3 and the RCA-Victors shut out the Phillips "66" 1 to 0. Friday night the hard hitting Hub Clothiers stopped the RCA team 9 to 5 and the revived Coast team in a rally of runs walked over the Shell squad 7 to 4. Monday night the click- Ing Shell club nosed out the RCA-Vlc- tors 6 to 5 in an eight inning game. With a tie score at the end of the legular period Casey Loss, batting first for the winners, socked the ball far Into center field for a home run to win the game. The evening was not without argument when the Skelly squad stopped the Phillips 6 to 4. On Tuesday evening the Hub swamped the Skelly 1 to 0 and the Coast-to-Coast ran over the Phillips 5 to 1. The former HUM team with lifesaver Joe spurring them on have won every game they have played since their reorganization as the COast-to- Coast. The standings are as follows: Won Lost RCA-Victors 13 6 Skelly Oilers 12 7.. Philips "66" 10 9 Hub Clothiers 9 10 Coast-to-Coast 7 12 Shell 6 13 Last night the Skelly team met Shell and tlie Hub played Phillips, tonight the Coast meets RCA and Phillips ag- •\inzi. Shell, Friday the Hub and the Coast-to-Coast und the Skelly with the RCA, Monday the Shell meets the Hub and the Coast tackles Skelly. Don Carston, 24. of Manson. Iowa, who was to have begun serving a ten year sentence at Anamosa Reformatory Monday for robbery escaped on Friday night from the county jail here after sawing a bar in the cell and crawling through an opening barely eight inches wide. The discovery was made at 7:00 o'clock Saturday morning when breakfast was brought, in for the prisoners. Although all of the ten occupants of the jail were kept In one large cell none of them tried to escape or else none of them could squeeze through the small open- ' Ing which Carston being only 5 fcon 6 inches tall somehow managed to get through. Upon discovery an alarm was Immediately spread and searching; was begun in the vicinity of Algon*, Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser believes that Carston was given some outside aid In escaping as his clothes were very carefully searched and his possessions removed before his confinement. The prisoners Included Carston'B companion, George EMle of Price. Utah. Leo Besch of Whittemore, who has been sentenced to 25 years in the Fort Madison penitentiary, and; George Schumak*r of Irvington, also involved In that case. No tpftce has been found of the escaped prisoner up to the time that thisisoes to press t>ut authorities are. trying to get fit touch with the -Manson officers to lenrn the record of Carston, who told officers here that he has served time In the -«t. Cloud, Minn, .reformatory for grand larceny. Carston and Erdie etole a Model A Ford car belonging to Robert Be0, local man employed at the Kent Motor Co., from its parking place here Tuesday night, after which they went to Fairmont, stealing license plates there and driving to Estherville where they broke a lock on a pump at the? Handeland filling station and stole some gas. City officers surprlscc 1 the pair and after a long chase tlwy were arrested near Superior by Officers L. J. Jones and Merlo Moller, and taken Into custody. Sheriff Dahlhnuser brought the men to Algona the following day after which they were arraigned before Judge F. C. Davdjon on Friday and given a sentence not to exceed 10 years at the Anamosa reformatory. Sheriff Dahlhauser left Monday- morning for Anamosa with Erdie, who wiJl begin his term. Leo Besc/i was token to Emmetsburg in custody of Deputy Loss where he was turned over to the Palo Alto authorities. St. Cecelia's Festival Slated for Aug. 15-16 fl. ('< crlia's parish will hold its ar.- luil Fail Fe.'Uval on August 15 and li at [hi- Fair ground., this year. Th" ate-, ar several weeks ahead of the iiMo.'nary lotival days which have 'lev.uuUy been observed at the aea- leiny. There will be dinner served oth days in the Plural hall, ball K a nits nd r,th<-r sporty and a big dance. Prowlers Turn Lights On Near Irvington Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser and Deputy hand which required few stitch-, s and necessitated his carrying the arm in a sling, put was not otherwise seriously hurt. r Old Age Pension Payments $8,299 County Treasur-.r Duffy reports that ther-; ha,s been $8,299 paid on the old i:ye pension fund, which he considers n fine showing compared to the othei counties in this section oi the state. Th-ire ave 13.360 persons in the county one dollar each for this fund and over 62 r>er cent have paid to date. The tax may be paid by those owing without penalty. In October the tax will be put on the regular tax roll for 1934 and will become delinquent with penalty next April. Mr. Duffy has personally made a great ellort tJ collect, this tax und should be commend-, d in the matter. of George Wagner, who lives on tilt- Grant Sample farm near Irvingtan. Monday night about midnight after the Waga:-rs reported someone prowling about the farm turning on the el- ictric lights in the barn and other out building.-. A search revealed no marauder, but it was the second or third time the Wagners have discovered that someone wus meddling with the lights in the buildings. ' Wind Does Damage Thv wind Sunduy nigi.t raised havuc among the concession stand.-, .it t..e iuir grounds which were ^i.iyiiiy lor the rod- o from July iih .-,huwv. Il bk-.v liuwii the barbcqut :t:ii.u LH!U!;;::I^ '• Frank Matht-s and ak.o .1 u A t th-- 'etit-- ut the urouiid.^. '1 lie nif^ii wi:.d did toii;.idcrab!c daiu.i^v tu ill,.- cviii lodging it, in many Held; aiuui.u th- vicinity ol Algoiaa. Buffalo Township Farm Bureau Meeting An inier-esiing meeting of the town- country Farm Bureau of Buffalo township, will be held Tuesday evening, July 17, at the home of A. B. Rus,;, 2 miles north and one quarter WC.M o! Buffalo Center. The committee m churg'.- has been very fortunate ;n .-e- curnig George Godfrey to speak on thi, tccaiion. Mr. Godfrey lias been a K.rmer at Algona. a member of tin. Slate Board of Educati.n ai.d now is assistant tu the ure&idcut ol Iowa Slat- College. Gth.r features of tho program will be shor; lalks by bu.->uie:-,s mm auc, iaimei;.. old link- music, ai.ci leire.h- li:eiiU> which a ill be solved at, UK- clo.-e ul tl.e meeting. In ca.--e ol uiii-etll- d Weather the U.cellli^ will be helU 11; th,- Bulia:. ItiiUi' :ilgn acliuol auditorium. Bu.'Ja- to •_••. er\ uiie. Drunk or Crazy Man is Nuisance Last Thur-c'ay afternoon a man w.;o .-t-- med to b:- either drunk or crazy became stalled on North Jones .-treet and ttopix-cl at the Charles Slium- way home 10 call a garage to help him v.ita his car. About ii:uii o'clock tint night a man smashed a window at the '.ome of the Walker sist- rs on tin- corner of Jones and Oak streets in the same neighborhood, cutting his arm badly. A<;jin he went to the Shum- v,ay home and a^ked for Mr. Shumway, but Mrs. Shumway, who was alone, finally persuaded him to kave. Deputy Sheriff Caiey Loss and Marshal Debt Relief Council to Meet July 24th The first meeting oi the Debt Reliel Ci.imeil lor the purpose of beneiittini; the faniKT.s who are being foreclosed I'pon V.H.S i.eld in the Iowa S'.ate Bank 'lue.scl.iy. They are foil..wing the pl:i:i c,f thi- Fr.isiT-Lv.'ulu- bill, which \va.s ••igin-d by tne pi'e.sitl;r,t giving the lanr.er ft or (i year., uj inert the obli- .,(:un b-.' making certain payment-! A. W. Wulf of Hampton, euoirlinatu: lor eleven coumu-h, Mxjk t - a: the me t- :na. Jerry fjiillman, federal tuuiuil- lu:nr lor Kn.-.sutli Bounty, will have ciKiri-v of the bankruptcy inccefdiin The next m< ting wil! be held July J! in ti'.f back room of the bank build:i',(.; .starting at 7 :'M p. in. and it u rt-qut-.-'.- that all people who need services meet there. Th Ii<wa Farmers Krlief f'ouncil for Kc.s.sulh is compo.-"d ol N. C. Smith, AIT Miin-u> and H. H. i<i.-t. Il :- i'. :>ortfd tha: there are more foreclosure:, pending in Ko^uth county thai; in ai!V other C >un!y in the .state. James Drug and Cafes Install New Signs Algona AH Stars in Double Header ^ Here on July 17th The Algona All-Star softball ttairus will mtet, the Emmetsburg und Ix'd- yarci squads here Tuesday night, July 17. in two fast lighted games. The' two Algona teams have been selected from the Municipal Leagues and wlli represent the tbwn's best players. There will be a small charge of lOo a person for all those over ten yeora of ago for these games to help in defraying exp.iiM-s and to make It po.s- -sible to continue giving free gumtw during the summer. For this very .••mall admission we believe that thero .-liould be a very large att udunce ol those Kat-ball funs in Algona. Then* proml.-es to be plenty of fun and entertainment because "Vince" luis agreed to fan out and "Toogie" says ha will knock a home run. Must Record Trade Names Hereafter Three n< w Because of the fact that so many aiplaiiiUs were coining to the County Recorder's office in instances wht-io IXTSOIIS have failed to file their trade namvs, the system is being chanmd. and Recorder J. J. Dooley has arranged to record tri.m hereafter iiisiead of merely tilling them. Person.-, who h.ue* not had their trade nuiuea i.-cuititd should make it a point to do so ;u> there is a penalty for failure to do .--o to the 1931 Code, Chapter fl.ct.ic neon signs were | 4 . L ' y : A)1 wl '| ch » liilt * \ 1 ™ 1 ^ polity I ."hall be a Iiiu; ol not less than $li5 uor u Alfcona th,.- lirsi ol the week. Cowan and Son erected a very attractive urug sign fur the James drug stoiv. 'Ihe ign has !aig-> while letters on a biue jackground ai:d c.lor d lilumination. Two new Hainm bter ;ign.s were hunt; by Pratt KKctric. One was placed ever t:.e door at the Fisher cafe anil Van Alsiyne were already looking lor | u u . other was hung at tiie fcihei h:m and finally located him about , cafe. Dunn).' 2:W .sitting beside the engine in the K->v ke plan:. Alt-r spending the night in ja:i h'- was taken before Mayor Bjx'ch; and gave his name as Alfred Masters of Orai-tti'ijH r. Unable to raise a ten dollar fine asoe^^ed on him, he parted with hii wri.-,' watch and headed a court request to leave town. -' | i-everal ol these neon iigiu> have been installed on Sui.- street and they add much to the atti'acini-iit.:; oi l'!.<: more than $100 or a jail st-ntence of not over thirty days. Each day thac a ptrM.n ojwrales under the tiiidu name, without recording it, ii coiiMct- t-ri'd a separate and distinct and Ls subject to a lint- accordingly. Block of Paving | to be Resurfaced Woiii on the facing projec; consisting ol the b'..» '••- • ;uth-ru.- Old Age Pension Commission Named Tom Curmuuy ol Wnitti 11101 -, M:.-. F. L. Triboii ,>i AK-oua ui;d S V. Cai- '<r oi fav, -a C'.ty weir nanici) to ;he O;.: Aui' A-'-^i: 'ai:ce Coinmi...,:un of Ko.-- uth 10 I'.tv icwi.tly by tl.e bourc! UK Kent Motor and Swill !.;iik:.i:^,, which i a bt-ir-g repaired bv ; -'!e c;'..' n; utk-r !u determine the cu;-t ,ii U p:'attica;:;y ol re. • uriacmg ali o! •Slate :_tr-.-t T. e LAI pj-.n.j i.-, i;;.; given a cold appi:cuii..>n oi liquid • hu.' \\ : . !;•>; .- e.'-'Vll'lti 'A. til a UJ.i! Ol hot :ut.:, d ... ;,:,,.!!. 'li.i-, l, t!.n; |,.pi' 1 '! '...;ii -: l:»in ijiouct.'.i- iu.r.i.-' o! -• .-lid 'iln ijorti.jii alj-eauv cic-.-.e U...K. vejy tni,t.ii nil: .uccei. a/iti :i i! piu.i-.. •••o. tl.e mujoi pail oi l:.e U;n.L \.\ I'.i '• Stutt C'l .he .lpp:')Val 1 w:.lcii '.Vil! p;-j- \cek The eulll- 1. U Burglars are Busy Thieves late Frday night broke into 'he Royal "-100" bulk station and madu u-,'.ay with about $5 worth of merchandise. Ti.e culprits gained entrance ti.rough a window but left, 110 t\i- t;ence as to their identity. OHicers were called to the Ltflerc. d: Uuiton feed, storv again one nighc. j t n.;, v. i'-k by the ringing ol the bury| !ar alJim bul no one was found m tht i :l^re. It was found that the alariu . .i affected by water cau&illg It tu 1 ring when il gc-U, w<.l. Tills is ub- ..ul the third tiiiK- that they havo ! .iii.:,uned tl.e laL-e alarm. Seven Algona Boys I Off for CCC Camp Se',e:i bi >.-- who recently applied lu:' 1 : h t:in::t .11 'he C'CC Were ltc<.'Hv.-u lj;l^ Week aliU 1 II LodaV lui" tUc Fe-i 1 e. I L':t.v c..:!.i. wi>. re th-v will rvlll a ;u iilii:': thai Wul'k lo Completed. TllOou lea-.ii; tf - i,ele Virgil Siiacklolord. Ho-.v. :,t K-.-U-. :: ; . ke Kliner Ol. u, Eugei.e; M ;... .,i i., Ci.c..le: Klck^i'U. Joe Llchlcr. ..:..: F.i il O.-tWiUkle All of IheiL buj a a: e 11 ula Aiuuiia

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