The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1934 · Page 13
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OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY PAPER Awarded Highest Honors as "Iowa's Best Weekly Newspaper" By State University of Iowa, 1933 glgotta Upper Be* Jltome* 1934 FATR- AIJCTION EDITION Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1934 Section Two. VOL. 32.—NO. 35 AUTO SPEED KINGS ENTER KOSSUTH RACES WORLD'S CHAMP DIRT DRIVERS IN ENTRY LIST HERE Schrader, Haugdahl, Lake Among Stars; Races to Count Toward Title SIX EVENTS ON FRIDAY'S CARD World famous dirt track speedway drivers at the wheels of some of the fastest racing machines ever seen in action In the middle west—men who thrilled thousands at the Iowa State Pair last w«ek—will meet on the Kossuth County Fair track, Friday, Sept. 7, as a crowning climax to the big exposition's afternoon performances. Thrills galore await the record crowds of speed and motor fans expected to witness the sensational events. With liberal purses offered the winners, the greatest array of racing stars in the history of the local fair Is assured for the starter's flhfe In each of the six events scheduled. Sift Broke World's Record Included In the list of stars are Slg Haugdahl, who started man's record breaking achievement on wheels by streaking over the ground at Daytona Beach faster than any other man In history, a few years ago. There is Gus Schrader of Cedar Rapids, 1933 world's dirt track champion, "Spunk" Collins of Rcglna, Saskatchewan, Canada, and other strong challengers and sectional title holders. Points scored at the Kossuth fair meet will go toward the determining of the 1934 dirt track championship. More than a half dozen drivers are entered from Minnesota and Iowa. Los Angeles Entry The speed day program will start at 2 o'clock with the official time trials. The first regular race will start a few minutes later. Roy Lake of Los Angeks is another entry here. He has captured laurels on the west coast and throughout Texas, and Is making his first expedition up Into more northern territory. He will b*- at the wheel of his new Cra- fcar-Mlller special. Lake has made his headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota, durinp; recent weeks, visiting relatives, and will come here direct from Minnesota's capital city. Points Here to Count Slg Hauprdnhl, one of the world's classiest drivers, Is a diminutive Norwegian, who usually smokes a cigar flurlntr hl.s raws, whether they are lit «• not. He Is driving a new Miller racing car, lighter than any of its type, and one that develops over 200 horsepower. New records are in the making at the county fair track. Harold Haijen, dtetriot representative of the contest board of the International Motor Contest Association, disclosed today that the Algona sanction had been granted and as the meet Is classed as an "A" meet, many of the top ranking pilots will compete in 1h-- Kojsuth county races. Points will be awarded in the major sweepstakes event at Algona which will be counted toward this year's speed supremacy. Gus Schrader, Iowa's own, walked away with a great many laurels at the Iowa State fair, but with a smaller track here, his speed may not count for quite as much, as skill in navigating the turns will be an Important factor. However Gus' advantage may be cut, he will be one of the stars, and on ( > of the showiest drivers on the track. 125 Entries in County Fair by Kossuth's 4-H Club Exhibitors Youngsters to Show One of Finest Group of Animals on Record All Seneca School Teachers Back But One; Began Monday Seneca: The Seneca consolidated school opened Monday morning. ( A11 (he teachers except Miss Gladys Buer- klns of Pella, who resigned her position last spring and will teach at Swea City, returned. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Saunders were! Tn., lrt .H<.,, visitors flt the M. J. MllT- phy home at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Saunders and family visited last Tuesday at the M. T. Murphy home in Garden City. Helen Patterson of Rlngsted spent Saturday evening and Sunday with her parents, the O. R. Patterson family. Florence Jensen returned home Sunday after vi-siting the past two weeks at'the James Doocy home near Swea City. Grace McGregor, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Christensen and daughter, Dorothy visited Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Good Thunder, Minn. Mary Ann, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Meyers vUited a tew days last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hutchlnson oi near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell are enjoying thtmselves for a few days at the Worlds Pair. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chris'i-nseu of Ringsted is taking charge of the farm during their absence. Mr and Mrs. T. H. Doocy, Mrs Bert Olion of Swea City, Jim Doocy of Bancroft are. spending several days vis- i'i-ig with friends and relatives in Chl- ,,.> , 0 i other parts of Illinois and also taking in the Worlds Pair. Climaxing another year of work the boys and girls 4-H livestock clubs will exhibit 125 head of livestock at the Kossuth County Fair, September 3 to 7th, club agent, Marlon R. Soults, has announced. The club members will take part In the various contests, demonstrations and livestock exhibits. The following baby beef club members will show Herefords, Raymond Smith and Elmer Lelbrand, Buffalo Center; Wallace Johnson, Morris Johnson, Hazel McGregor, and Clifford McGregor, all of Armstrong; Mildred Thoreson, Warren Brones, Kenneth Brones, Elmer Berg, Earl Berg and Robert Briggs and Clarence Hunt of Swea City; Edward Eggerth, Lakota; Wallace Hawcott and Ronald Ortman, Burt; Jack Tibbets, Lone Rock, and Frieda Paetz, Algona. The An^us calves will be exhibited by Donald Burger, Mildred Thoreson, Swea City; Wallace Hawcott, Burt, and Helen Paetz of Algona. Show Purebred Heifers Purebred beef heifers will be shown by Jack Tibbetts of Lone Rock and Uaude Reece, Elmore, Minn. Thirty Holsteins, 20 Guernseys; B Jerseys and 5 Brown Swiss dairy heifers will also be exhibited by 4-H dairy club members. The Holsteins by Prank Schoby and Richard Hensen of Bode; Floyd Bode, Everett Black, Earl Zeigler, Verl Patterson, Lowell Samp, Algona; Louise Dreyer and Arnold Dreyer of Whlttemore; Harold Dreyer of Fenton; Vernon Hollister of Lone Rock; Victor Baldwin, Elmore, Minn.; and Adolph Priest of Swea City. Wayne Miller, Merle Miller, Glen Miller, otto Swalve, Everett Swalve, Paul Inman, Vincent Wecselman, Arnold Wessclman, Richard Mescher and Sd-rard Mescher of Bancroft; Rudolph Jcrninghaus, DcJbert BerninKhnus. and Pauline Berninhaus of West Bend. Guernsey dairy heifers will be shown bv Eldon Shaw, Dallas Klein, Jordel Klein, Donald Orton, Ardcn Orton. Wnyne Barr of Algona; Russell Nelson, Lyle Nelson. Maynard Nelson of Elmore, Minn.; Lewis Price, Ronald Hoot- land and La Verne Edwards of Lakota; Lvle Newel of Fenton; nnd Bernard Hauptmann of Wesloy and Duane Klein of Burt. Jersey dairy heifers will be show bv Rex and Mitch Taylor of Sexton; Ev- nn.s Johnson of Bancroft and Roland Boric of Algona. Brown Swiss dairy heifers will bo shown by Edward Funnemark, B*r- nnrd Hauptmann. Wayne Goslln, nnd Richard Kent of Wesley and Kenneth Dopew of West. Bend. Also Poultry Entries Other livestock to be shown by Kos- iuth 4-H club members will be market lambs by: Raymond Dreyer, Fenton; Howard Funnemark of Wesley and Milton Espe, Phillip Halsrud and Russell Halsrud of Bode. Following are the poultry club members who will exhibit perw of young birds, Harold Mllkr, Bancroft; Paul Goslln, Gordon Loebig, Alvln Loebif? of Wesley and James Mayne of Ledyadr. Draft colts will be exhibited by Russell Gross, Lone Rock; Kenneth Harcit of Swea City; Victor Baldwin, Elmore, Minnesota; Alfred Fett, LuVerne; Romon Arend, Corwith; William Dodds, Jr., Francis Fitzgerald, Wayne Barr. Maxlne Hargreaves, John Miller and Howard Sarchett of Algona; John Schultz, Jr., of Irvington and Marvin Reding of Irvington. Pannkuks, Titonka, Attend Wedding of Son in South Dakota Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Pannkuk and daughters, Alice and Fannie, and son, Meindert and wife attended the wedding of their son, Rev. John Pannkuk to Miss Ruth Janzlg of Bridgewater, South Dakota, August 22. Mrs. Pannkuk was graduated from the Bridegwater high school and Luther College, St. Paul, Minn. Rev. Pannkuk was graduated from Buffalo township consolidated school, of Luther College, St. Paul, Minn., and of Wartburg Seminary at Dubuque, Iowa. They were married at the bride's home. Rev, Pannkuk was ordained at Good Hope church Sunday morning and will be installed minister of the Lutheran church at Hopklnton, Iowa, September 9, where he has accepted a call. Supt. and Mrs. Clarence A. Hoon were at Longville, Minnesota, fishing the past week. Perdie Schram left Thursday by motor cycle for Sandstone, Idaho, to «ek a new location. Miss Twylah Hamstreet entertained her little friends ut wiener roast last Monday evening. Mrs. Luella Schenck and son, Gary of Burt visited Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. W. J. Den ton. Mrs. John Pink is visiting her daughter, Mrs. William Amesbury and family of Carroll this week. Mrs. S. G. Keagle who was operated on for cancer recently at Rochester, li imported getting along nicely. Mii.s Hazel Budlong and her mother, Mrs. Frances Budlong spent Saturday visiting and shopping in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Grudy Smith euler- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dirks and Miss Hazel Smith of Holland, the past week. Dr. Pierre Sartor was In attendance at a convention in Chicago of the Rock Island surgeons and physicians, held last week. Mrs. Rose Plumb, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. George Lamoreux of near Marshalltown, has returned home. Steven J. DeVrles returned from Chicago last week to pack their household goods to move to their new location at Sanborn. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I. Fisher and daughter, Audrey, were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Carrie Anderson, an aunt of Mrs. Fisher. Mrs. Ray Hansen who has been a patient at the University hospital at Iowa City Is expected home this week much improved In health. Chas Hipp, living northeast of town, purchased a quarter section of land in Blngham township near the Bird farm, where he will move March 1. The room recently vacated by the post office has been redecorated and made ready for a new beauty salon to be operated by Mrs. Alton Hansen. Donn and Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Karr cil Ireton are visiting at the Worlds Fair. Mrs. Karr and Mrs. Hansen are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bacon and their daughter, Shirley, visited from Thursday until Sunday with their daughter. Mrs. Clare Helfner and husband of DCS Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bonackcr and daughter. Both, spent the past week at Ontonagon, Michigan, on Lake Superior, vacationing with her brother, Geo. Johnson. Rev. and Mrs. Fremont Faul enter- Mr, and Mrs. Andrew H. Hansen of I tained his sister, Mrs. Corneal Fcne- ga, husband and sons, Donavon, Thor- Icau nnd Blair of Winner, South Dakota, Monday night enroute to the Worlds Fair. Mrs. Lawrence Mouse!, Mrs. Esther Afikln, Mrs. Oester Lameraux 1 , hnd Mrs. Myrtle Lease of Wesley, delegates to the Auxiliary convention in DCS Moliies, the past week, returned home Saturday evening. George Eden, living southeast of town, purchased the John Paulson residence. Tills house was built by Dr. Wallace, and Mr. and Mrs. Telko Sietsema and daughter, Grace, are the present occupants. Mr. and Mfrs. Fred DeVrles and family, Mrs. Lena Beenken nnd her daughter, Tcnn, arc visiting relatives in Illinois and Wisconsin, and will visit the Worlds Fair. They expect to be gone two weeks. Mrs. Guy Brims received word from her father, Al Meyers of Las Angeles, California, from Yellowstone National Park that he was on his way to visit her nnd rxpvcted to reach Titonka on Sunday for n month's visit. Mr. ind Mrs. Clarence W. Tuttle of Long Beach, California, who have txen visiting her sister, Mrs. Telko Sietsema aro In Crown Point. Indiana, visiting her father, Peter Klugklst and family. They also expect to visit the Worlds Fair. Tho Woman's club will hold the second socfnl meeting of the summer on, August 30th nt the home of Mrs. Jay Budlong. Others assisting are Mrs. Frod C. Wentz, Mrs. H. I. Torgersen, Mrs. H. E. Rachut, Mrs. Harry Beed. Mrs. M. S. Craven, and Mrs Lee O. Wolfe. Towne on Crutches Gnlle Towne broke several toes on one foot, last week, when a radiator which he was moving In the Qoeders store, tipped back and rolled over the toos. Galln has been getting around with the aid of a pair of crutches, but Is smiling, despite his misfortune. JUSTROM'S and I C Appliances See Our Full Line on Display at the Kossuth County Fair Philco Radios Public acceptance makes it the world's fastest selling radio . , . both battery and electric sets . . . both American and foreign reception . . . positively lowest operating cost and upkeep. ^$20 to $600 Terms Frigidaire A General Motors Product . . . why accept any less ? 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Medical Hiuhoritk s agree that a large percentage of Lhe re-piratory diseases are a result of improper heating conditions within the home. You wear heavy clothing when you go out doors into cold winter air—but variable temperatur-.s iu the house find you unprotected. There will be no wide temperature variations to cause sickness in your home when you install a Hotentot! You'll liavi- just the right temperature all the time. Plenty of warmth everywhere. No cold floors and cold corners. Small children can play on the floor, safe from the dangers of uneven heat. Friends who drop in for a social call will IK- welcomed by u uniform comfortable temperature. For tile tin i time, you'll be able to really enjoy life in the winter—yet your fuel bills may be L-vtn less than they've been before! Washers- Maytag -Ironers Now that prices have hit bottom, it is the time to buy a washer. Never before could we give you so much value for your money. 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