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, J-sQf Awarded Highest Honors as "Iowa's Best Weekly Newspaper By State University of Iowa, 1933 OFFICIAL CTTT AND COUNTY PAPER Hlgona Upper Jffloines; WEATHER lTnw*tl«l on Thursday. Possibly nhowers and <-OO!«T. Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1934 Eight Pages VOL. :J2.—NO. 31 FARM-LABORITES ORGANIZE COUNTY UNIT, HEAR TALK Send Delegation to State Convention, Select Temporary Officers URGE USING FRAZIER LEMPKE MEASURE i Forest City Man Speaks, Says Corn-Hog, AAA, Farm Board Similar K. Ball Teams To Play On Jackasses Tonight With the aid of an assortment of donkles. two picked teams of kit- tenbnll players •will endeavor to last out an exhibition game to be played this evening at the athletic field. The "men on donkles" stunt is one of the newest things in the game, and the animals are Missouri mules—and if you know anything about Missouri mules you know that they are more stubborn than the hair on the back of a five year O *D Bruridage, who handles the reins of the league this season, has made the arrangements. A regular game between two picted all- Star on a one team will be Bed Smith, pitching, Vinson, Rising. Gregson, Pearson, pericks, Ken Medln, A. Nordstrom and Bennett On the other will be Pete Waldron, hurling, and Butler, P. Smith, Kelly, Bmns Gress, Kanouff, Joe Dahlhauser, Cretzmeyer and Hennegan. This game will precede the donkey game. The principal of the mule contest is to have all the players on the team in the field mounted except the pitcher and catcher. Th« batter is not mounted on a mule, but after he hits the ball he springs into the saddle of his trusty mule and hies himself for first base'. The rest will probably be history and a sore anatomy. ,..,,,«• at tv,« It sound as though there would be a great deal of fun at the affair. . Organization of a new group in Kossuth county occurred In Algona, July 35, when a Farm-Labor Federation meeting was held, officers named, and delegates to the state convention in Des Moines held last Saturday were appointed. Fred Button wai named as temporary chairman, after the meeting had been called to order by Joseph Berhow, and Merle Holt was named temporary secretary and treasurer. Says AAA-Furm Board Parallel C M Church of Forest City was asked by the chairman to give a short talk. Church reviewed the beginning of the Farm-Labor Federation to Iowa, and cited the purpose of its «8 ante *- tion. He also commented on the general affairs of government today and compared the personnel of ^e present corn-hog setup and the agricuHuial Adjustment administration with the late federal farm board anJ declared that the two groups wer.- Poetically similar. He also explained the ,J^L rier-Lempke bill and urged everyone to take advantage of it, and gave reasons why this should be done. After this talk, delegates to the state convention were named as follows: Alternates Also Named Fred Dutton, Elmore; Joseph Ber- hcrw Ehnore; Bob EchenbsTg, Bancroft- A A. Dodos, Algona; L. C. Me- Oee Mgonarand Merle Holt, Ottwen. Named as alternates were Ben Reed, Algona, Clark Orton, Algona. Roy Vtannof Burt. Russell Shipler of Ti, £* Hans Presthus of Bancroft, tar a n ged fov one was ?eTt.7nrCheja'Uierlng adjourned. Bancroft Lions To Roar August 7 The Lions club of Bancroft are again to hold their annual P'cnic at the river grove one mile west of Bancroft art committees have been named to prepare for the, event, ^Wch takes olace on the evening of August T The£ annual picnics have proven one of tho most enjoyable events of the ^r season for some years and this the boys promise to excel them- seives Not only those belonging to the L on* club but every man in Kos- sulh county Is invited to attend. A *!« thirty tables groaning with goot fhUiKS WUI be placed at the disposa oftS guests and Uiere will be plen ty to drtak besides coffee. It is strict y a sfag party and it is expected tha summer come ass YOUNG SWIMMERS COMPETED IN CITY MEET ON SUNDAY Two Others Pass Lifesaving Tests; Seek Estherville Meet Soon Another successful swimming meet was sponsored at the municipal pool here, last Sunday, and according to Perry White, lifeguard in charge of he affair, some exceptionally good Ime was made by the entrants. A special diving exhibition was al- jo presented by a group of assorted divers of all ages, Bunny Jones, Pony Sellstrom Firman Laing, Errts Ma- hariB, PhyJIia Math*, Kugenla Lit,le, Loren Courtney, Russ Thorpe, aary Jones, Ruby Turner and Bud Morck. The high sohool band, directed by Chester Schoby is Injured in Barn Accident Friday Chester Schoby, prominent Kos- snth farmer living south of Algorw, who is a candidate for the state legislature this fall, was badly Injured In his barn Tast Friday, when a rope suddenly straightened out as a load of hay fell, and pitched 1 him to the floor of tiie barn in a sudden fall. He struck his head and was knocked nnqonsclom. Early this wc«k he was resting easily in the Kossnth hospital, bat Ice packs were stin being applied to the portion of his skull which received the hard and sudden bTow. Chet said he expected to be up some time this week, however. TIME EXTENSION FOR CORN LOAN NOTES GRANTED Maturity Date Extended to September 1st by A. A. A. BORROWERS MAY SETTLE IN MEANTIME County Committee Expects No Trouble Over Corn-Hog Contracts Despite Rumor Evelyn Smith, offered a number of pleasing musical selections. Winners in Meet Winners were as follows: Men's 50 yd. free style—John Ferguson, first; Drennan Matties, second. Men's 50 yd. back stroke—Drennan Mathes, first; John Ferguson, second. Boy» 80 yd. (under 18)—LeRoy Lee, -,: i.^mirWu*^ Halpln, first; Louis Neville, second. Boys 20 yd. (under ID—Russ Thorpe first; Robert Laing. second. Girls 50 yd. (under 16)—Phyllis Mathes. first; Gwendolyn Deal, second. Godfredson, first; Ruby Turner, sec- Former Algona Folks Here from Spokane * Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shadle of Spokane, Washington, arrived in Algona Saturday night and were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh over Sunday. Mr. Shadle had been Explanation of Various Ways and Means to Settle Made Extension of the maturity date on outstanding government • corn loan notes from August 1 to September 1 has been announced by the AAA. The extension permits continuation of the orderly discharge of loan obligations by farnrers now in position to make settlement, and gives others who will need the corn under seal for feeding purposes, more 'time to arrange for I repaying these loans. Under the terms 'of this extension, settlement will not be requested of borrowers before September 1, except on loans secured by corn in poor condition and likely to deteriorate or on corn in storage in Inferior cribs. May Settle In Meantime In the meantime, however, borrowers may make settlement according to one of several op.ional plans: Under one plan borrowers may sell the stored corn at their own option at any time, in accordance with the regulations announced May 31 by the Comodity Credit Corporation. In such case, the borrower first informs the Reconstruction Finance Corporation loan agency in his district of his Intentions, either directly or through his local bank. He furnishes the number of his loan certificate, the date and the amount of the loan, the name WiW Examine New P. O. Site Offers Friday Postmaster J. A. McDonald Is expecting a government ninn here Friday to look at all proposed postoffice sites. The local office received advance Information from Washington, requesting that various data and material be prepared before the arrival of the visitor, so that his work might be speeded up In deciding what rite would be selected. The construction of a new post- office here is being hailed with great enthusiasm as the most Im- portant'piece of construction work in the city since the completion of . the new high school building. Service Club Game Ends Safely; Teams Able to Get Home In a wild kittenball game, mlxec with good BS well as poor playing, and a carload of laughs, the two Algonn service clubs, the Rotarlans and Ki wants staged their annual kittenbal gam'?,' last Thursday evening. Th Rotarlnns won. 25 to 12. For several Innings the contest wa ANNISQ. SMITH , RITES AT LAKOTA close, but as the game wore on. th Girls, 25 yd. (under 13)—Frances od ond. year will be no exception^ Bound Over on Liquor Charge Palmor, court house Jani- day Bond of $500 was and f the -e we« lacking in cnm.. ivsnects but according to the n onnuuia C ^ne ( i by Car! Dahlhaus- tr sheriff, oHlcers found a bol-tle ol Girls 25 yd. (under 12)—Doris Sor- rnscn, first; Betty Goering, second; Mary Jane Neville, third. Pool Attendance Up The pool is enjoying a heavier attendance than a year ngo, it is reported. Two senior llfe-sovlng teMs were passed last week by Wesley Behl- nler and John Ferguson. A swimming mo;t with Estherville may be arranged in the near future, White stated. Husband of Former Algona Girl Passes William Parnell of Ketchikan, Ala.s- ka aon-ln-law of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton, died July 13th, after having been 111 for some time with ulcers of the stomach and oth'.-r complications. Services were held and interment was made In Ketchikan. Survivors of Mr. Parnell, who died at the age of 46 years are: his wife, who is former Lulu Norton of Algona, 2 children, Meryl Mary, 5 and Margaret Lulu, 8 months, his mother of Van- to New York on a buying trip for his store, the Spokane Dry Goods Company, of which he is the manager. Mrs. Shadle was before her marriage, Miss Josle coms'tock, daughter of the late J. M. Comstock, pioneer Algona dry goods man, who moved to Spokane many years ago and founded the great store of wnlch his son-in-law Is now »t the bead. Mra. Shadle U a cousin of Mr*. Alf Rist. The Shadles stopped off at Detroit on their way home from New York and were driving a new Cadillac car back to Spokane for a friend. Rotarlans summoned enough reserv energy to take a commanding leac Frequent substitutions were made, an all the players were able to hobbl home without crutches. A nice gallery followed the antics o the players cheering both sides alike for their efforts. couver, Washington. Mr. Parnell was engaged in the Two Livermore Banks Ready for Dividends The fourth dividend of the State Savings Bank of Livermore, a dividend of five per cent, amounting to $7,245.50 is now ready for distribution, according to P. V. Dougherty, examiner in charge. A 13 per cent dividend amounting to $8,660.38 of the Farmers Savings Bank of Livermore has also been announced. This Is the third dividend of this bank. Tli'-sc dividend checks will be distributed commencing August 3 at the State Bank building, Livermore. where depositors are requested to call for them. and address of the purchaser of the corn, the selling price, the number of bushels sold, and the name of ithe official state sealer or inspector in his locality, who sealed the crib. The Commodity Credit Corporation thrn authorizes the sealer to open the crib and permit, the borrower to deliver the corn. Charges for the sealer's services are borne by the borrower. gale of Corn Collateral In discharging his loan obllgatloas by sole of the corn collateral, the borrower receiv-cs for himself any over- plus remaining after the loan principal with intcrwt to the date of actual sale, insurance charges, and other Incidental expenses sucli as .shilling costs have been met. As the corn was .stored on a liberal volume basis, most cribs under seal contain more corn than is necessary 10 met tlu: loan obligation at the cm-rent market price and tin- borrower need only sell that amount which will fully discharge Would Have Been 81 In September; Old Friends Pallbearers Jealousy Between States at Bottom of Complaints Some Believe LOCAL WORK HAS GOVERNMENT'S O. K. Lakota: Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at two o'clock at Lhe Methodist church for Annls Q. Smith, who passed away last Friday after being ill for a week with pneu- nonla. Had Mr. Smith lived until September 10th, he would have reached the age of 81 years. Rev. F. O. Johnson, pastor of the church, had charge of the services and was assisted by two former pastors Rev. Llm- ng of Aurelin, and Rev. Cook of Renwick. Rev. and Mrs. P. O. Johnson and Miss Hulvft Sanden and William Clcmans fang two favorite songs of Mr. Smith. Burial was made in Mnple Hill cemetery east of town. The pallbearers were J. H. Warburton, F. G. Torine, Wade Ball, Clifford Freeark, E R. Worley and J. R. Heetland. He leaves to mourn his passing, his wife, one son, Emory of this olace and four daughters, Mrs. Cos Gklrer of Whltn, South Dakota, Mrs. R. C. FarrlnRton of Montgomery, Mrs. Robert Clemnns Situation Expected to Clear Up This Week, Local Men State of Titonka and Mrs. Otto Koppen of this place. Friends and relatives town who were here to attend the scr- Belief that there would be very little delay in the receipt of the corn- hog allotment checks by Koesuth county farmers, was expressed Tuesday by A. E. Clayton, chairman of the corn- hog committee for this county, in an Interview. Mr. Clayton based his belief on several reasons: (1) That four govenment men checked the contracts for Kossuth before they were sent in and gave them an O. K. (2) That no word from Washington to the effect that contracts would be returned hod been received, despite newspaper talk. (3) That the trouble seems to have f arisen when other states objected to ' the fact that Iowa was to receive a shipping yard at Ketchikan where he had lived fnr twenty years, his home formerly having been In Newfoundland. Mrs. Parnell was teaching a school In Ketchikan prior to her marriage to Mr. Parnell ten years ago. A brother of Mrs. B. E. Norton, R. W. Edmonds, also resides in Ketchikan. Fails to Pay Fine; Gets Jail Sentence James Thorn of LuVerne, who was fined $5 and coats on a charge of drunkenness. June 25, had the line rc.-cindj-d and sentence clUingt'd to nine days in jail when he failed to pay the nne. Justice P. A. Danson gave Thorn 30 days to take cart- of the matter, and as lie failed to do so, the jail sentence resulted. t ««- by the state of lowa Whittemore Lad Is Slashed by Knife Whittemore: Wliile a group of boys fortunate accident. Former Algona Boy to Locate in South Mr and Mrs. Ignatius Best-iikimer ni5f 'sonlrom Musortlne. Iowa are > old pmcha^d ui Cars Crash; One Hurt Near Fenton Fenton: An automobile collision occurred Friday afternoon at the second corner east of Fenton near the Tieman lome. John Bolling-cr was enroute to Fenton with a truck load of shelled corn and Walter Widdel was return- ng home with an empty trailer. The alter received several bad gashes and liad his car so badly damaged it. ls> :iot likely any attempt will be made to repair it. Mr. Bellinger escaped in- |ury and his car was not so greatly damaged. Both men feel they had a miraculous escape. Opera Star Sings at Wesley Monday Wesley: The Wesley comniunity U fortunate to have with them next Monday night at Uie A. L. Klein- ptter hall. Signer Mario Capeli, fore- mcst tenor singer in the United States and one of the greatest in the world. who will Kiva a concert to ull music lovers in the Wesley community. No charge will be made, however a free will offering will be taken which will V>- given to Mr. Cuppeli for the continuance of his work. Mr. Kleinpeter will donate 'ihe use of his hall and tlie community is invited to attend this concert. Joan, to Borrowers aj-c not permltt"d .„ sell from und*r seal only enough corn to men;, part of the loan obli gallon. A Partial Settlement Peterson Studio Has Several Improvements The Peterson Studio, Will F. Brown, manager, has just finish-.d some modern improvement which make an already excellent studio even better. Mr. Brown arranged for u new background especially painted, for use in inking pictures in the studio, .ind a new rug has been added to equipment for use in the foreground cf the pictures. Other improvenv.nts include rearrangements which improve the studio's appearance and dark room equipment. Many Marches on Concert Program Maestro Theo. Herbst has announced his band concert |wcr|rram for this week, to be pres-uittd by the Military Band. "Melody King," march; "Tropic to Tropic," march; "My Old Kentucky Home," fantasie; popular number; "La Golondrina," polka; "Barnum and Baileys Favorite," march: Vera Walt/.; "Parade of the Wooden SJldiers". march; "Spick and Span," overture; "In Honour Bound," march. Under another plan that is in accordance with the ruling announced on May 31, however, borrowers n:uy make partial settlement under supervision of an official state sealer, if the corn that is removed is to be u.S'.'il .solely for their own feeding purposes. In this case, the borrower remits to the loan agency of th? Reconstruction Finance Corporation an amounl. equivalent to 47 cents [XT bushel to cover thi estimated total of principal, interest and insurunc' for the mur.lvr of bushels he desired >to release. The official sealer or inspector then i.; aiith- orized to break the seal upon »he cub aiHl p-.rmit the borrower to remove, under the sealer's or inspector's .supervision, all corn in the crib l;i <xces« of an amount equivalent to t v ic unpaid portion of the note, at 45 cents per bu>hel, figured on the basis of '2 "4 cubic feet per bushel, using estimaud ir.flde crib measurements. The cr:b is then repealed by the ofllcial s ak'i or St. Benedict Bank Dividend is Ready v The fourth dividend of ten per cent of the Peoples' Savings Bank of St. Benedict is now ready for distribution Joe Herbst, examiner in charge, stated Monday. Checks are ready now, and may be obtained by calling at the office in the old Kossuth County State Bank bu'ldlnir in Algona The elwcks total $13,185.61, Mr. Herbst stated. Attorney Bonar O. K.'s Mortgage Moratorium j L. Bonar was the speaker on the program at the Klwanis weekly meeting last Thursday and talked about the Prazler-L mke farm mortgage moratorium bill In connection wiUi its relationship to tin* already national bankruptcy acts. Mr. Bonar thinks that no OIK- could criticize the Frazler bill without taking into consideration nil nf tlie existing legislation. He thinks there are a good many food features about the bill when taking into consideration that it is really an amendment to already existing laws. Spanish-American Vets Meet August 12 Th:- annual reunion and picnic of the Fifty Sec'md rii-glment. Iowa I"- fnsilry Volunteers, Spanish-American War, will be held in Riverside Park. Sioux Ciiy, Iowa, on Sunday, Air, r u.st 12 1334 commencing at 10:00 o'clock vicos were Ernest Julius of Morris, Minn.. Mrs. Ous Glciter and daughter, Gladys of White, South Dakota, the R. C. FarrlnRton family of Montgomery, S. H. Smith and son, Harry of Wintcrsct, Mrs. Wm. Shtvw. Mrs. Bertha Lyle, Mrs. Wayne Kenyon nnd vTr and Mrs. Lee Kenvon Of Guthrl; 1 Center. Mr. and Mrs. Htths Chrlstcn- sen of StrnndburR, South Dakota. Mrs. Walter Manadenv find daughter. Gelalno, and Mrs. Roy oGnstead of Revello, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Meyers and F.d Thomas of Li- Port City, Miss Nova Bunton and Mr. and Mrs. Seth Myrick of Mason City, L. Mar-mils n,nd Bon Rav, and Ira Glnfaich of Ledyard, Mrs. Hflzel Jenks of Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. John Do'-en- bu;h and Mr. and Mrs. Jfthn Hill of Rlmor<?. R"v. and Mrs. Howe of Buffalo Center. tMtn. CJ. Pmnri^renst of Titonka, Rev. Willard B<-ll of Oto, In Rov and Mrs. Clifford Llrnlnir inel daughter, of Aurrlin. Rov. nnd Mrs. Cook and two children of Rnnwlrk. Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvev nnd rhilil^ rrn cf Rowan, mid Mr. and Mrs. F ("!. Torino nf Armstron» and Mr. nir" \fr.s. Ray Estle of lydvard. n. m. inspector. Must Obtain Htlease All authorizations of partial releases of corn collateral covered by larm warehouse certilicaks me yranle.1 bv Ihe Commodity Credit. Corporation. Prior to <iie partial release ruling, re- eases could be obtained only wiu a tlie otal amount due on corn collatual jov-red by one farm warehouse certi- tic.tte had been paid. The triginal plan lor settlement, ot he loan note, 'that is. removal ol the collateral from under seal by the lull •ash repayment of the not-,- principal. >lus interest and incideiual criivges ilso is still available to borrowers. As .lie borrower makes payment of the full amount due before securing r-.-- .oii.se of Hie corn under this plan, he nay open the crib without supervision of a seller as soon as he receives hi.- cancelled note and warehouse tertiii- cate. Portland Girl Wins EleU Jaudl of ForUiud towti-slilp won the only prize awarded m the ;-.ta:e by the Ain.rican Forestry Association, this year, and received a medal. Tuesday altwnoon ior hw uc- complishment. "Old Timers" Defy Greys to Ball Game A challenge to the Algona Greys, fas: local baseball team, has been issued by the "Old Timers." and an exhibition content is slated for s, in time idler August 15. Leonard NeL-uii i» manager of the "Old Timer.-.." N.-l.un says his boys will play the Ore.',.-, on ajiy grounds for fun, money or marbles. Proceeds will g'J 10 the local club. Nebon's clan include.; Harold Si ph- the two Scitnlun:,. Jim Wait"Tub" McDonald, Ralph Miiler. Calf Jumps into Road; Cars Collide Two cars collided, Tuesday morning, about five mil's .south of Algonu. when u machine driven by an out of tin- county man, was suddenly swerved into the center of the rand to miss a calf which jumped into the- highway. Hi, 1 machine struck an approaching car driven by Julius Capesiu-s. Both autos were damag. d but nobody was injured. Man May Have Broken Back After Accident LuVerne: J. V. Alberts of C-rwith, while working on the road east oi LuVerne, .suffered what may possibly be a broken back Monday afternoon when the grader on which he was riding tiirew him oil. He fell on a tree .stump and was painfully injured. Immediate medical attention was given, and he wa.s taken to a Fort Dodge hospital utter receiving : from Doctor Corbm. Mr. Alberts Is a man of about OU years of age. LuVerne Girl Wins B"(.-au.-e John Grovey of Des Moin- Council Buys New Cooling System Tlie city council approved the pur- _ chai.e oi a new cooling system trom a es was presumably 150 milei away <-n I Kansas City company for the munici- Tuesday night from the Call Thoutre. pal light plant here, at a me tin,; last Mrs. Geo. W. Dunton Dies at Kansas Home Word wa.s received h rr that Mrs. George W. Dunton of Lebanon, Kansas sister of >t!u- lato Mrs. C. D. Ward and of the late Myron Schenck of Algonn, had died at her home July 12, at th.- a UP of (13 ycar.i. Mr.s. nun- ton was tlv:- daughter of an old Kossuth count v pioneer family, Mr. and Mrs. Horace P. Sclienck. Mrs. Dunton grew to womanhood in Kossuth county and was married to Mr. Dunton in 1881 at Mankato, Kansas. One of Mrs. Dunton's priced possessions wa.s a loom made of native Iowa v-'ooil with which sln> wove cast- oif garments into carpets and rugs for her neighbors and friends. Slv.' received the loom and the knowledge of it.s use from her mother. The old loom has been given, since Mrs. Dun- 'lon's d-. ath, to the Iowa Historical society at Des Moinc.-.. Many years ago while tin- loom wa.s in Kossuth county. Mrs. Dick Palmer and Mr.s. Schenck would weave together with It. (rrcat deal more of corn-hog allottment benefits than any other state. Investigators Magr Come It may be possible that AAA investigators will be sent here again, Mr. Clayton said, but in that case the county committee will welcome them, and all records are in such shape that the investigators can f?tt right to work. Such a move would simply be a repetition of wcrk the four federal men did a few weeks back, he also pointed out. News dispatches have stated that 19 enmities in Iowa were involved, including Kossuth, due to discrepancies In the records. As Kossuth was one ol ihe first counties, and also the largest county, to hand In the oontraobt fnr flnfli approval, It naturally was In flic list of those faced with the suspension of payment. Many Iowa counties have not, as yet. sent in their contrno'f at all. Most Contracts In V. S. Kossuth county has 3,101 contracts, the largest of any county In the United Stales. The temporary suspension was made when checking work Indicated a discrepancy, presumably due to a misunderstanding or to errors In calculation, the AAA headquarters stated. The local committee lias a complete file of ev.ry telegram and letter re- Will Help Merchants Compute Sales Tax A representative of the S'.ate Hoard of AbM'Miment and Review will visit Kt.'.SAuth county next week to assist re- uuk-r.v tu tiling their sali-s tax r.tunii uc the following towns and dates: frYi- day. August K). a. in--Lakota and Led- yurd; p. m. Bancroft and Hwea City. Udward J. Mullen, field representative, will probably IK; the on/e assigned to tills area. ceived from the AAA, however, Including approval of their work find official confirmation that the Kossuth contracts could be sent, in at once, and because of this fact, they believe that Kopsuth farnv'Ts will soon bo in lino to receive their checks. Mr. Clayton stated his belief that the entire matter would be cleared up in a few days. Iowa officials in charge of this state's corn-hog section have gone to Washington, and ironing out of the difficulties is expected at any moment. RCA, Skelly Lead Kittenball Loop The Algona kittenball league ftanrt- Ings up until Wednesday night games was as follows: W L RCA 18 Kkt'lly 17 Hub 13 Phillips 12 Shell U C< a.sl to Coa.sl 8 7 8 13 14 17 18 did not receive the jack pot ol $125 when his number \vas> drawn. An- u:li.r number \v\us drawn for $'.J5 winch wt-nt to Matilda Germatm of LuVfrne. Thursday. The purchu.se price wa;-. $5.595. The old cooling systt-m wa.s iiwlullcd in 1912. and has reached tin: point Ti e jack pot for next Tuesday will b:- j w her« it U not doing its w-:ik J $100. i Kelly, hght plant, superintend-, nt. ' stated. The new cooling system will be in sections, so that it can be cleaned. H \vas imna-sible to clean the old un- Get Demo Posts Sullivan. M. McM.chon. Vinson, Leon Mtnitl. Don White. vValler and Nel.-.ou lam;*. 1 !!. C. B. Murtagh was named as eigh'ii district cummitlemun at th<; n-ceir ^tute democratic convention, and Lnk-- Lir.naii was named cus the district .-> repix'.-fiitative oa th-j credential^ committee. Loss on Vacation C'a-«-y L.O.-.S. Cepuly £iieliil'. \vu- I i;- m'4' :: vacation ll)io \vei-k. Lf j Uaiil- linu-i-r. .si'ii of ai> nil' Curl Du':.ihuu-.,- cr. Wiu; iiJliiig" ill tile vui-uucy. due to Us construction. Paving Is Assured No d- liniu- information a.> v> the work 011 the ii'-iv p iun.; the tail-ground.-, :,oul llad beell 11.0. i', i-d 1^-u- lii a federal rua-.l silj'ed the pmj ' ed to slai'L iuol Algona Boys Drive to See Balloon Ascend Donald Aim-. Walter and Junior Beardslcy, Billy LVarchs ami Cifne VVray have b« n reporting their jour- iv y now and then by means of PM.M- curds sent to their parents. One of the latest reports .staled l!;at they were at Silver City. South Dakou. and were leaving to watch the asci-iiii'in of the .stial(Xr|)heie balloon which v.,i.- .sent up Saturday trom near Hapid City 'Ihe boys .slept one night on the brow oi the lace of Washington which is out of tlif lace., being sculptor* d in liie jjljck Hill;; by Guii;u.m Borglum. They had planned t-j be in Yellow.'lone th-.' lore 1*1 it, ot this week and were then scheduled to begin their return trip. Hoerner Reelected by Congregationalists Hev. J Hubert Hoerner \\a.s recer.t- ]', ,-;p t 't<a 'ij i'i'n.'»in in Al',;uh.i tor another yt.ur iui pa;.t-r of the Congrega- tion.il lin.ic:.. H,.-v H" na-r and In.: family are takmy their vacatloa 'hi.. li;u:iiil .il.«i tliere V.ill b- l;o -er\ln:a :il Druggist Mutual Meets at Clubhouse The directors of the Druggists Mutual Insurance Company lu-Jd their qujrteily meeting at the Algona Country ciub Thursday evening. A busi- ne.--,s me*, ting followed tiie dinner. A report on the regular busiiKSs revealed the fact that the linn had gained sub- siaiilially in assets and surplus, and for Hie in'st time in the history of the. organization the u.s&eu> were listed at over $300.000. Directors of the company are hlelzur Falkenhainer, who also secretary and manager, Haggard. N. V. Reed l.Xs Mel/ar Moines, Robert W. Harvey of Missouri VaLey. W. K. Beck of ValLy Junction. A. C. Phillips of Manchester and C'liarlea Cunningham of Ventura. Mrs. Mads Christiansen Remains in Rochester Mads Christiansen, manager of the Algona Coopei alive Creamery, re-turned Monday noon from Rochester, whc'e he hud gone for a short visit to ^ee; Mrs. Christiansen, who had been extremely ill. Muds stated that she teemed some improved, arid that al' hough she would be forced to remain there lor some time, her condition was belt r. She Is nuw able to jvad a little* Ahull lieijxi her to pass the ti'lio. Hogan Rites W IK- I Dentists Plan Trip li.::..r ..l:d Hi' H. I t Uelld: Julia (i. Hogilll. who his 1 bi ,. a luiiiH v, ah his daughter, Mrs. C'. Due::, i)ai..s d away on Thur.-day at ijr.ai li; Al^'-u.'. He !' age. Service.-; w ere Hev. t'other Alnnoa IiUeru.eiit Vva^ niadu

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