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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 19, 1934
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IOUSLY INJURED EN AUTOMOBILE TURNS OVER TWICE The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 19,1934 Iowa, Men in Bad Accident on Trip Home From Iowa City Bend: Sam MW* Chris Moser cr, Iowa, visited their brother, «|,M08er. who has been In an Iowa hospital. th« flrst of the week. g going home their car was struck Mother oar and the front tire was "red, causing the car to turn over we of times. Both men were -^hurt. Sam had hla head cut « Chris's neck was almost broken ta tney are in a serious condition. MM. Chas. Marso was a Mason City nwf Tuesday. Mt, T. Munson was a Rolfe visitor onaty evenlngl MM. I. K. Pauley Is still confined to r bM with heart trouble. MW Ida and Oscar Riley were Aloft visitors Thursday morning. J&il Ruth Peters of Renwlck to aping In the Jensen store at pre- m. Mid Merna Anderegg Is at Renwick ilping In the home of her aunt, Mrs. ttiOmbach. Pi*.Cbnlon and daughter, Gertrude Id Blid Doyle were Emmetsburg vls- Ml Monday evening. MrV and Mrs Jake Loder and family .' ROdman moved Into the house be- aging to Art Colgang Monday. Mtafc R. J. McOee and children are ait&% In the home of her parents, Of. fad Mrs. B. F. McParland. MlM Mynon Baker of Webster City lent a few days the past week at the Hflft of her aunt, Mrs. Win. Hundert**. Mitt Elizabeth Traub of Elgin, HI., Mi&dlng her vacation at the home ,' ofer parents, Mr. and Mrs. August ratflj. Ben, Marie and Ruth Metzger, and ertrude Oonlon and some friends at- Qtftd the movies In Algona Sunday Mtlk Ruth, Watson of Des Molnes oner Friday for a week end visit at ta Home of her mother, Mrs. Sue 'atoon. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rlley and daugh- *, SBa, spent Thursday afternoon at Ivpnnore at the home of their son, taidts and family. IDFf and Mrs. Thomas Lawman and alUnn of Rodman spent Sunday at M| home of their daughter, Mrs. B. . Walker and family. Mrs. Arthur Simmons returned to OF home Wednesday from Havelock, tum she spent the past two weeks at M Orvllte Harr home. lit. and Mrs. J. C. Black and child- ID « Tulsa, Oklahoma, are visiting at M borne of Mrs. Black's mothtr, Mrs. . O. Kongabach and other relatives. land Mrs. George Simmons and Uph of Alton* sprat Monday at the home of Mr. Simmons' Wm. Rlleey and family. earn, Metzger and his sister and Mr. vnd Mrs. Joseph Banwart, Jr., drove D Mgta, niinols, Saturday to attend the funeral of a cousin, who was killed by a car. B. P. McParland, who was operated on at Rochester, Minn., last week Is Improving according to word received by Mrs. McParland. He will have to be there at least three weeks. B. L. Roberts and daughter, Virginia Lou, returned home from Wlndom, Minnesota, Wednesday, where he had been consulting his brother-in-law, Dr. Albert Pertl In regard to hts health. Mrs. Bertha Johnston and daughter, Jean, returned Wednesday from Peorla, 111., where they visited their daughter and sister, Yvonne Johnston. Betty Allison came home with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Owen and children of Canton, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howell of Lafayette, Ohio, who have been visiting Mrs. HowelTs sister, Mrs. H. R. Bell, returned to their home this week. Miss Grace Whitford who Is spending the summer at their cottage at the Methodist camp grounds was elected one of the three to attend the Council of Youth In Evanston, Illinois, In October, she attended the Epworth League Instltue and goes as from the Algona district. LITTLE LEDYARD BOY DIES FOLLOWING REMOVAL OF HIS EYE BURT MAN'S ARM BROKEN BY MILK SEPARATOR Burt: Ted Rlke had the misfortune to have his arm broken one day last week when his shirt sleeve became caught In the cream separator belt. L. R. Daniels purchased a Chrysler car last week. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shlpler last week. Miss lone Moyer spent the week end in Des Molnes with relatives. The annual Indiana, picnic was held Sunday at the Tom Trenary home. Mrs. Oscar Riddle is at Iowa City at the TJnlverslty hospital for treatment. Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Van Vrankln enjoyed a picnic at Clear Lake Friday. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Polhemus were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow Sunday. Jake Anderson of Mitchell, South Dakota, spent the week end at the Al Steahle home. Mrs. Aurllla Coffin was a dinner guest of her daughter, Mrs. Harry McMurray Sunday. Mrs. Alfred Rents of Rockford, Iowa is visiting at the home of her sister Mrs. Tony Lohse. Mrs. Gerald Brace has been confined to her home with rheumatism for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bartlett spent several days last week in South Dakota visiting relatives. Mrs. Alice Hayden and little Jo Ann of Eagle Grove have been visiting at the Charles Olson home. Mrs. Doris Morris who has been visiting acre. O. O. Smith returned to her home at Eldora Sunday. Merrill Miller is spending the week at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reid where Ms tether to workm*. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Volentlne and children spent the week end here at the Jess and Albert Volentlne home. The ladles of the Auxiliary will meet USED CARS 1929 Pontiac coach 1929 Chevrolet coach 1932 Chevrolet coach Algona Auto Market West of Court House The Herman Brands Lose 3 Year Old Child After Rochester Operation Ledyard: This community was saddened Friday to learn of the death of Elvln, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brand. He was three years old and has been 111 for some time. He was operated on at Rochester some time ago and had one eye removed and had since lost the sight of the other one. Everything that loving hands could do was done to relieve his suffering but he passed to the great beyond Friday, July 13, at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Runks- mier. He Is survived by his parents and two brothers besides many other relatives. Funeral services were held In the German Reform church Monday afternoon with Rev. A. A. Dep- plng officiating. He waa laid to rest in Highland Home cemetery. Elvin Carpenter left Saturday for Olin to visit friends. Mrs. L'. W. Wlemer was 111 several days the past week with flu. Mrs. Glenn Behse is 111 and In the hospital at Buffalo Center. George Moulton and Ben Mayer were business callers in Burt Friday. Glenn Yahnke and Lars Skoor drove to Mason City on business last Tuesday. Mrs. Wm. Flynn was In Elmore on Thursday evening visiting a cousin, who Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Worden of Elmore visited at the Leon Worden home last Monday. Clifford Jenks came Saturday night from New York state where he has been working. Alta Murray of Buffalo Center visited the past week at the Wm. Flynn and Ray Gordon homes. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jentsen of Maurice, Iowa, spent Saturday at the parental L A. Nitz home Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Welfare and Mrs. Charles Hilferty were In Mason City last Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Inmar Engelby and children of Minnesota visited the past week at the Olaf Engelby home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Jerry left Sunday for a week's camp- Ing trip In northern Minnesota. Alice Mayne and Margaret Zlelske left Sunday night for Chicago to spend a week at the Century of Progress. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wlemer and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Peterson returned on Sunday after a week's visit In Chicago. George Moulton and Buell Pearson of Swea City attended the republican convention at Emmetsburg last Wednesday. Elaine Blome returned Saturday after a week's visit at the home of an uncle, Ted Brandt at Hollandale, Minnesota. Mrs. Ben Lentsch and children returned last week from Dexter after spending several months there with relatives. Mrs. Minnie Jordan! of Buffalo Center has been here the past week help- Ing care for her mother, Mrs. Carrie Steinberg. Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, Doris McCoy, Mrs. Roy Estle and children visited at the McCoy home in Brltt last week Wednesday. ! oang mting That Combines Price with Satisfaction The entire printing department of The Algona Upper Des Moines is at your service in your printing needs. For little jobs or for big runs of extravagantly planned literature, we are equipped to serve you. Our Prices Will Please You. Let Us Bid on That Next Job. The Algona Upper Des Moines Frday at the home of Mrs. W. E. Orov- er Friday afternoon for a work meet- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vogel and son drove to Tuttle Lake on Wednesday of last week where they spent the day fishing. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Chipman and son Lawrence, were supper guests at the Mtlo Brown home near Garner recently. Mrs. B. R. Woltz and Mrs. P. A. Looft attended a shower given in honor of Miss Ruth Looft at Swea City last Thursday. Wm. Mann brought his grandmother, Mrs. Ada Mann, home Sunday from Lake Okobojl where she has been the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer celebrated their 28th wedding anniversary on Saturday by entertaining twenty relatives and Mends. Mrs. Newvllle, grandmother of Mrs. M. E. Larsen and Mrs. Harvey Graham died Sunday night Mrs. Newvllle was M years old in April Mrs. Robert Jones was taken to the Algona hospital Sunday for medical treatment. Mrs. Jones has been ill for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Oudaal and two daughter* of Thor have been visiting Mr*. Bert** Wallaoe. Mr. Oudaal is a brother of Mrs. Wallace. Jim Blalne of Setxon has moved hts saw mill to the Bails Jain home where they are sawing lumber. Mr. Jain plans to build a barn this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Danner have rooms at the Everett Pankuk home. They came here from Irvlngton and Mr. Danner U working on the section. Mrs. Nels Oodfredson and Mrs. Alfred Godfredson and about 24 of the 4-H girls returned home Sunday from Lake Okobojl where they spent the week. Mrs. C. R. Salisbury of Fort Benion, Mantana, and her daughter, Mrs. Wm'. Spear of Rice Lake, Wisconsin, are visiting at the Howard Salisbury lome. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Krueger and two children of Wllmar, Minn., have been visiting at the Ernest Krueger, H. A. Manus, Jess Volentlne and Albert Vol- entlne homes. Mrs. Ross Calhoun was hostess to .he Algona Swedish Lutheran Aid at ler home on Friday afternoon. Almost 60 persons were served. Mr. Kinney of Spencer conducted the Bible study at the center school house Sunday night. He was an overnight guest at the John Gross home. Edward Kaln had the misfortune recently while playing ball at the Plum Creek diamond to have his nose fractured. He was taken to a doctor at Algona for relief. An ice' cream social was held on the Doan church grounds Friday night. A number of Plum Creek folks were in attendance. Rome made ice cream and cake were served to a fair sized crowd. Robert Kaln, Jr., his mother, Mrs. John Kaln, sister Elinor and Mrs. Leonard Drager drove to Des Molnes Friday to take the Misses Isabel and Mildred Kain and Irene Drager where they entered a beautician school. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oress and four children and son-in-law of Hammer near Devil's Lake, North Dakota left, Saturday for home 1 after a 10 day visit with Mrs. Gress' relatives here, at Algona and Burt. Mrs. Cress was Olive Parsons, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. De L. Parsons. Leland WUdln was at Webster City. Thursday having his glasses changed by his uncle, Henry Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Olson and daughter. Helen, visited Mr. Olson's sister, Mrs. Ed WUd- ln Sunday evening enroute home fcwn Lake Okobojl where they went for Helen. The latter and two girl friends enjoyed a week's outing there. Vivian, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Morgan acompanled Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan of Algnoa and their daughter, Mrs. Willis Cotton of Lone Rock and Mrs. Jane Clark of Algona on a trip. Mrs. Clark will visit at Janesvflle, Wis., and the others will attend the Century of Progress In Chicago and later all visit the Anthony Byson family at Elk River, Minnesota. Mrs. Byson and Mrs. H. E. Morgan are daughters of Mrs. Clark. The Mothers and Daughters club members took refreshments and spent last week Wednesday with Mrs Bert Potter. Lunch was served to 24. The guests Included Mrs.. C. E. Gardener of Bancroft, Mrs. Ellen Potter of Sioux City and Miss Ethel Chapman of Primghar. The meeting opened by all singing two songs. Mrs. Sadie Potter Gardener was at the piano. After business the afternoon was spent socially. Next week Wednesday this club Is entertained by Mrs. E. C. Potter. George Wlldln took his father, Lew- Is WUdln to Fort Dodge Monday, also his brother, Arthur. The latter will accompany his father to Des Moines, going to Iowa City for examination and further treatment at the University hospital. At Des Molnes Arthur will visit his sister, Mary and go on to Council Bluffs where he Is to have a wooden leg fitted and be taught how to use it. George Wildln's uncle, Geo. Flowers of Fort Dodge, returned Monday, the latter to assist with the harvest here. Mrs. F. L. Miller was pleasantly surprised Friday afternoon In honor of her birthday when called to the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Bartholomew In Algona, where a delicious luncheon was served. Guests present Included Mrs. E. C. Wllkins of this locality, Mrs. James Crawford of Whittemore and Gerald and Dean Crawford of Minneapolis, Mesdamfes Mae Miller, Jane Clark, Keztah Bradley, W. L. Martin and Mrs. L. L. Wellendorf and son. Lamont and Max and Janice Bartholomew. and niece of Buffalo Center spent Sunday at the H. A. Gettman home. They helped Mary Ann Oettman celebrate her birthday, which was Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McGowan and daughter, Rosemond of Cedar Rapids have been visiting friends here. They also vlsit/ed at the home of their daughter, Mrs, Clarence Householder. Another daughter, Mrs. Will Barker, accompanied them. F. L. Pratt took his mother, Mrs. Edwlna Pratt to Minneapolis Sunday where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Porter. Mrs. Pratt and her sister will accompany their brother from Dexter, Minn., to Kendall, Wisconsin, to visit another brother. Mr. and Mrs. Homer McAdams and two sons, Basil and Joe of Rippey, Iowa, called at the H. A. Gettman home Sunday evening. They had befln to Fenbon where they attended a family reunion. Mrs. McAdan.s is a sister of Mr. Oettman. The flre department waa called to he Floyd Duncan homo Sunday after- .oon when a flre was discovered under a part of the house where there is no basement. A hu'.e was made in the 'oundatlon to extinguish the fire which CEESCO NEWS was discovered to be rags which had been put in the tile during the winter. Rev. and Mrs. c. B. Mitchell accompanied the following young people to Lake Okobojl Monday where they wlU attend Epworth League institute: Vera Chipman, Lucille Sewtek, Ruth BeU- in, Caroline Carr. Lois Graham, Catherine Schram, Betty Walker, Ar'.una Daniels, Dorothy Brooke, Joe Graham. Myron Ohlpman and Arthur Mitchell. Miss Mae Spraddling and R. B. Waller were married at the Little Erown church at N».shua Friday morn- irg. Miss Spraddling had been visiting her sister, Mrs. H. W. Trainer, here for some time and has made many friends who will extend congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Waller a^e on a, wedding trip through the east and Canada. Mm. Zimmerman or Goshcn, Indiana, and two daughters of Mr. and Mm. Clifford Perrlfeh spfenft, several days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Stow took them to Belmond. where they met Dr. and Mrs. Perry Stow and children, Mr. and Mrs. Per- rlsh, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stow and Willard Stow. CIGARETTES Carl Albright Has Heat Stroke Plum Creek: Carl Albright waa overcome by heat at his home here Saturday while driving a tractor and binder to cut wheat. He was under a doctor's care for several days and Is almost entirely recovered now. The W. A. Bleich family is driving a new Ford eight. The Jewel Larson family spent Sunday at the Geo. Miller home. Harold Gibson of Havellock Is spending some time with Junior Altwegg. Helen and Junior Baas visited all of last week at Whittemore with relatives. Helen McMahon of Union township spent Sunday with Genevieve Altwegg. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Sampson entertained the Wm. Fitzgerald family at dinner Sunday. Teddy and Andy Larson, small sons of Carl Larson of Mallard visited their aunt, Mrs. W. A. Bleich last we«k. The final meeting of the corn-hog program for Plum Crek township wai held at the center school house on Saturday. Miss Ethel Chapman ot Primghar is visiting at the home of her aunt, The Earl Miller and O. M. Cox families visited Sunday at the J. M. Cox home. Mrs. Ellen Potter ot Sioux City spent the fore part of last week at the F. L. Miller home. Mesdames Ellen Potter of Sioux City and Martha Potter of Algona visited relatives and friends here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Pernley Runchey spent Tuesday night and Wednesday of last week at the parental Will Runchey home. Mias Prlscilla Noble of Sexton and Miss Hazel Dutton, Glen Teeter and Olive Hill spent Sunday at Lake Ok- obojl. Mra. W. H. Brandow has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Rodgers near Oskaloosa since a week ago Friday. Floyd Jones of Webster City visited Sunday at the D. S. Wlldtn home and all spent the evening at the Floyd Bacon home near Burt . Mrs. O. E. Gardener and son. Donald of Bancroft visited last week Wednesday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter. Tile Fernley Runcheys of Emmetsburg and the E. C. Potter and A. E. Clayton families were guests Sunday at the Will Runchey home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Runchey were guests at the Milan reunion held at Rush Lake near Ayrshire Sunday. Homer Milan of Algona attended. Mrs. Ben Hynds of Algona was a caller Monday at the home of Mrs. Wllkins. Mrs. Hynds just home from South Dakota, reports corn only three inches high. The Henry Snyder family of Fenton and Simon Henry family and Mr. and Mrs. George Hahle were guests on Sunday at the George Brazee home. The four ladies are sisters. Shirley Rose, weighing 8^ pounds, arrived Tuesday morning to gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wor&ter. Tlvey also have a little son. Mrs. Worster's mother, Mrs. Ira Ashing Is caring for mother and babe Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce and the Ira Dutton family went to Pomeroy Sunday and brought back Milton's sister, Mrs. Albert Pecoy and two children for a visit at the Pierce home. They reported a large area of corn south of Emmetsburg was destroyed by hail. (Crowded Out Last Week) The motion pictures given at the church by Rev. MuU'.man Friday evening were greatly enjoyed by all present. They were taken on a trip through the southern states and were very Interesting. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cunningham, went to Titonka Monday. Their nephew. Sidney Wood died Sunday from injurtea received in an auto accident. Mrs. Cunningham is a sister of John Wood, the boy's father. O. E. Gilbert of StillwatT, Minn., and his mother, Mrs. Carroll Gilbert For Quality Eatables Go To or Phone 290 - 291 AKRE'S Iftp Ivv In town—use our free delivery—it is always ready Swansdown.Cake Flour, a set of 3 measuring spoons free Puffed Wheat, one spoon free with each pkg. for Crisco_for frying or shortening, one patent pie tin free, 3 Ib. can Good old New York cheese, the pound 38c Dill Pickles quart jars 18c Sweet Pickles quart jars26c Blended tea in tall tumblers 16c Blended Coffee "Number.lll" a good one, whole or steel cut, the pound NOTICE The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet August 1, 1934, at 10 A. M. at Court House, Algona, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or aganst the following estimate of expenditures at. that time. E. J. BUTLER, County Auditor FUNDS 7 •< 3 3 ft 2,000 1,000 General $75*00 $ 32,000 $ 25,000 $ 15,000 $ Court Expense 4.000 Poor 33,000 State Insane 15,000 County School 12,000 Soldiers Relief 3,000 Bovine Tuberculosis 15,000 Secondary Road Funds Const. (H mill). 130,000 Coast. (% mill) included in the above Muin'oe U>4 mills) 50,000 148,812 100,000 13 mills* 70.000 500 2,500 2.000 4,300 5,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 SiOOO 37.711 4.00O 37,711 10,000 9.000 2.800 10,000 $ 94.810 4,13d 42(172 13,173 10,932 2,638 1.763 $ 79.034 4,435 42,210 11,654 11,866 2,689 1,352 79,000 80JOOO 70,000 30,000 126,041 106,720 28,284 146,458 89,875 Main'uce (3 mills* 70.000 50,000 CWt or M't Ifc mill) 15.000 15,085 Co. Cash Bd bonds 40,000 8,354 18.856 42,9457 35.424 Fairground fund .... 2,000 1,628 1.888 1.506 1,490 TOTALS $464.000 $283,049 $221.00» $ 92.000 $255,333 $436.888 $386,758 Estimated tMtts per $1,000.00 of assessed value, $6.7706. Overdrafts shown by °. 29 TO to .' w 8W m -M Back on the Throne as King of Crops Tho crop that, made Ilic Corn Belt States, and especially Iowa Thrifty, Strong, Dependable and the leader in livestock finishing and production, and the very HEART of the ( Buyers of manufactured goods in the world. The Motor Age came along and yon know what happened! We drove the AUTO, TRUCK and TRACTOR right into the DEPRESSION" with Caroline. , jfc,*-'gll KIN(J CORN has been dethroned by (1ASOLINK. The more motors used the more corn and other agricultural erops have piled up into surpluses. As a result—we are told to leave idle 40 to ;">() millions of acres of our great diictive farming lands. pl'o- of American of Motor tin- KI\<! O'CK'Ol'S, that prosperity. Fuel, made t'n>m surplus mips Why should we allow CASOLINE to made this section the backbone Let us demand that we have a part of these fertile fields and acres. 10% (irain Alcohol blended with \M'',, low grade gasoline will easilv consume all surplus crops and also put to work these 40 to ">0 million acres of—now idle? lands. Why theDKLAV? Do you want to see Agriculture IVolitable .' Make CORN King again. How can it be done ! The way is being shown in each monthly issue of MODERN AGRICULTURE, the monthly Farm Magazine that sponsored during the last live years the Alfalfa Campaign. Now this publication has an additional Motto added to "ALFALFA ACHES ARE MONEY MAKERS" and it is "COME AMERICA LET'S DRIVE OUT OF THIS DEPRESSION WITH ALCO-UAS." (Made from American Agricultural surplus crops. Don't miss an issue of Modern Agriculture. It is only $1.00 per year or three years for #2.00. Send today cash, check or money order. We can put it. over if you want. Modern Agriculture Address Dept A. U.I'. I). Waterloo, Iowa.

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