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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 13,1934 Hauqdah) Scorches Local Track; Sets2 New Marks Big *Haugdahl held grimly onto his -unlit cigar, Friday afternoon, at the Kossuth fair grounds, and wheeled his Miller special around the half mile dirt track to set two new state records for Iowa, won in the half mile run, and the second In the seven lap championship dash. The new state record in the half mile run, made during the time trials, Is '.28% seconds. Bud Galloway, Miami, Pla., was only a half second be- Tiind Sig In the time trials. In the *even lap race Haugdahl circled the track in 3:34 for another record. Lake Beats Hangdahl Roy Lak'e, Los Angeles, nosed out Haugdahl to win the first heat of the five lap sweepstakes, with Eddie Wagner third. Both Lake and Wagner failed to click after that race, and both developed engine trouble. Galloway took first in the five laps, second heat, of the sweepstakes, with Larry Beckett, second and Leo Young third. Time in the flrst neat was 2:38, and in the second, 2:41. Rex Edmonds, Houston, Texas, captured the five lap consolation race, Powell, second, and Hartley third. Young Wins Three Laps Leo Young defeated Powell and Edmonds in a special match race of three laps, time 1:38. The flnai race was seven laps, with six cars entered. Calloway and Haugdahl raced neck and neck the entire distance, but Sig had the pole all the way and edged out Galloway at the finish. Leo Young was third. The race program provided real entertainment, and Judging by the crowd and the enthusiasm, it was a wise move on the part of the fair management to bring the racers here. The races will count in points toward the national dirt track title. Shower for Bride to be at Whitlemore WMttemore: A miscellaneous shower was held Sunday afternoon at St. Paul's Lutheran school in honor of EUdora Dau who is soon to become the bride of Herbert Zumach. Five hundred was played. Mrs. Victor Dau received high orize and Bernice Bal- eeman. low. Mildred Lindstrom spent the week end at her parental home at Albert City. Mrs. Rose Crose of Minneapolis visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schemmel on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and sons, Jimmie and Edward of Garner visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker recently. Mr. and Mrs. August Elbert are the proud parents of a baby boy born the past week. The WINNERS of our Guessing Contest were Leslie Huff, Algona Helen St. John, Algona ' Mrs. P. J. Jones, Eagle Grove Their guesses were 460 pounds. The pile of Blue Star Coal weighed 458V 2 Ibs. Order a Load Today F. S. Norton & Son Phone Algona, Iowa. MAYTAG NOW LESS THE 1929 PRICE BJUSTROM'S Algona, lowu Phone 520-W fH£ MAYTAG COMPANY, Manu/rc*urtr«, Newton, Iowa. Founded, ISiti for homfs not hd-mg r ' ZO-S M may be had ilt-M-lI CQiU Mrs. Mathilda Ward is seriously 111 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mike Kopnen. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Donahue, Jr.. are the parents of a baby Rirl born Wednesday eveninjr. An, Pandcl, who is employed at Truman, Minn., spent Sunday with his wife and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Grelan went to Rochester, Minn., recently, where thev entered the clinic. Children and Krandchildren surprised August Mlelke Sunday noon, it be- in* hb 80th birthday. Rosella Neu went to Maron City on Monday where she will enroU In Hamilton Business College. Mrs. S. J. Cirilen swent Tuesday with her son, Mawrio? dullen atod family at Mason City. Mrs. Irene Rooney left for Butte, Montana, being called there by the serious illness of her father. John W. Cullen left Tuesday for St. Paul Seminary where he will begin his last year at the seminary. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Waechter and family of Pioneer spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Waldschmr.1t. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen of Mason City visited the letter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plnnell Sunday. John Harms and Joseph F. Ruling of Minonk. 111., ylsited the letter's sister, Mrs. W. C. Elbert a fsw days recently. Mrs. Margbret Pasch returned to her home at St. James, Minn.. Sunday. Raymond Elbert and Marie Fandel took her there. Lullus Smith returned to Chicago Saturday evening tafter soendine a weeic visiting his parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Flamtnir nnd Marguerite went to Cherokee Tuesday where Miss Fleming enrolled in St. Mary's College. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Graham and their daughter of Des Motnes spent, the week end with the letter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Alig. Mr. and Mrs. Will Blasey, daughter. Dorothy and Bonnie and Dean Dahl- fce of Manson visited Mr, and Mrs. M. C. Weir recently. Wm. HiRglns, Jr., left Tuesday for Sioux City to visit a few days with his sister. Rosella. From there he will go to Creighton University at Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaschmitter. daughters, Buraita and Jane Marie of Sheldon visited relatives Sunday. They were the sponsors for Ous Elbert's new boy. Mr. and Mrs. John Weir of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Trebus of Denver, Colorado, visited relatives here Monday. Mrs. Trebus was formerly Bessie Weir. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bllnkman of LuVerne. Minn., visited Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. Behnke acconvDatvi- ed them home and will visit there a week or so. John Mosbach and Zlta McDonnell went to Iowa City recently accompanied bv Mrs. Sadie Leeney and daughter Nonna, who has spent the past week here. Mr. Mosbach and Zlta returned home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Dahlhauser of Pioneer came Wednesday to visit relatives. While here Mr. Dahlhauser took sick at the Leo Waldschmldt home and was seriously ill for a time but Is better at this writing. A miscellaneous shower waa held Sunday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran school in honor of Mrs. Lester Baas who was married a week ago. Five hundred was played at eleven tables. Mrs. C. C. Baas received high priaa and Mrs. Edin Grelnert low. Mr. and Mrs. Tom, Weir and daughters. Thomaslne and Rose Mary went to Whiting Friday morning to visit Mr. and Mis. Lawrence Brenden. Thev also visited Mr.-and Mrs. Wm. Littleton at Carroll, Nebraska. Thev vislt- <xi Mr. and Mrs. George Dahlke at Mason on the way home Sunday evening. Mrs. Aurilla Coffin Feted on Birthday Burt Monitor: Thirty-one members and guests of the Birthday Circle met at the home of Mrs. Aurilla Coffin last week Thursday in honor of Mrs. CoN fin's 92nd birthday. A short program was given consisting of verses pertaining to flowers, read by the members. Mrs. C. B. Mitchell read a selection of verse •entitled "The Old Pioneer," and Mrs. Fred Rlngsdorf read an article about the first meeting of the Birthday Circle over thirty years ago at the home of Mrs. Edwlna Pratt. A profusion of flowers in large bouquets were distributed around the room. Dr. W. T. Peters sent a large bouquet of gladioli, of which bloom he is a specialist. Two large angel food birthday cakes, one baked by Mrs. H. A. WhitehlU and the other by Mrs. Will McDonald of Algona, with five other large birthday cakes, furnished the foundation for generous refreshments. A necklace of cut beads was given to Mrs. Coffin as a present from the Birthday Circle and she received many other gifts from friends and relatives as well as over thirty birthday card«, several from a distance. The sentlrrtfnt on the card from the members of the Birthday Circle was that they might all be united a year from that date. Invited guests were: Mrs. C. B. Mitchel, Mrs. W. E. Stahl, Mrs. W. E. Grover, Mrs. Verald Smith, Mrs. Charley Olson, Mrs. Will McDonald and Mrs. Harry McMurray, the latter two of Algona. Union Twp. Boy Fractures Arm Union: Bernard Bode, ftfte-;n year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode, fell Saturday afternoon fracturing the small bone in his left arm just above the wrist. FARM PRICES ADVANCE TOWVRO PARITY. 1933-'34 St«k«d coins show additional returns per crop unit to coopemino producers in Benefit payments on domestic allotment or other portion of crop designated in contract 16'— PAHITY m lioa ntm to IPWCE.MBTChlSv'SS . July I, '3* SE!§ BENEFIT PAYMENTS The real price (farm price plut benefit payment*) th«t f«rm«r* «r* recelvlno for their allotted production of major farm product* In term* o* parity «how» marked Improvement. The figure* along the parity price Una of the above graph represent the amounts per unit farmer* mu*t r»««!v«. however, before their products will have as great exchange value a* they did In the parity year*, 1910-14. The Increase In real price* *lnce Mare* 15, 1933, and the proportion of the real price farmer* are receiving on designated portion* of their crop in the form of benefit or rental payment* under agricultural adjustment -- • •* are shown. Twenty Years Ago News (Taken from the files of the Upper Des Moines-Republlcan for the week of September 16, 1914) Many arrests had been made during fair week. One man had been caught climbing over the fence into ihe fairgrounds and had been sentenced to jail for ten days. Several raids d been made and over a hundred Tints of bootleg whiskey confiscated. Three men had also been arrested. A stolen motorcycle had been found. War was th« topic of the day twenty years ago. The subject that was most discussed at that particular time was the war value of the submarine. Naval experts declared it would be the most dealiest weapon or the greatest failure. This issue contained a leng- Jiy item explaining how the submarine was put to use, of its advantages and disadvantages. The Kossuth County Fair which had ecu held the previous week, had not been such a success as the previous year because of the rain. On Thurs- lay which was usually the big day, ty had rained hard and the attendance had numbered 719. Because of the rain the management had held the fair over Saturday. The live stock ex-i dibits had been the largest In a number of years. Booths «nd exhibits In the floral hall were numerous also. Thirty-three entries had been made in the baby contest at the fair and scorings had been made as follows: in the girls 12 to 24 months, Gertrude Kenefick took first, scoring 95.9 and Zlta Marie Burke, second, 94.8. In the boys' contest, 12 to 24 months, Ambrose Call took first, 86.6 and Wendell Patterson, second, 94.6. Girls, 24 to 36 months, the first was taken by Helen Alice Bauman, score, 91.7; second by R. Genevieve Altwegg, score 89.5. Boy$ 24 to 36 months, Melvin Slits, flrst, score 94.8; Donald C. Aykens, second, score 91.5. Sweepstakes had been won by Ambrose Call with a score of 96.6. Mat atern Kin Folks Hold Park Reunion Wcsky: Sixty relatives of tho Mrs. Elizabeth Mntem family gathered at the Call State Park Sunday where a family reunion was held and where both dinner and supper were enjoyed. The occasion was also celebration of Mrs. Matern's 72nd birthday. Those present included Mrs. Matern and her sons who live at home, the Ben Studer, Henry Sherman, Lou Matern, E. N. Loeblg, Roy Sherman, C. V. Kerrins, Jim Gibson, Will Ward, Prank. Wolf, Mrs. Ann M. Kunz families, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wehler and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Primlsing. New Duck Stamps In order to hunt migratory birds, a duck stamp must be procured, and the local postoffice now has a supply on hand, Postmaster McDonald states. The stamps cost one dollar, and the ruling has been made under the provisions of the biological survey. BURT NEWS Mrs. Wm. Boettcher is enlovlng a visit, from an aunt from Illinois. Mrs. Anna Stow visited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. L. PhelDs Inst week. Mr. and Mrs. Tver Nordin and son '•ere guests Sunday at the Alvey Ross iiome. Mrs. O. C. Allen spent Sundav with ler daughter. Mrs. Elmer Kenitz at Lakota. C. W. Patterson left Mondav for Billings. Montana, where he expects ,o buy sheen. Miss Raemond Koestler left Saturday for Cedar Rapids where she will attend school. Mrs. Aurilla Coffin spent Sundav at Algona at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McDonald. L. R. Daniels and daughter took Miss Viva Cunningham to her home near Elmore, Minn., Sundav. Miss Clara Shaw, who has been ill Tor some time, has been confined to her bed the past week. Mrs. Emma Weise and little son of Algona spent Wednesday here with her sister. Mrs. Fred Carter. Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Mansmith and children spent Sundav at. the Fred Dorsey home near Ledvard. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hansen of Bricelyn. Minn., spent Sunday at. the W. E. Brace and Gerald Brace homes. L. D. Hodgson and daughter. Ruth, left Tuesday for Philip, South Dakota, where they went on business. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Francisco of Ventura, California, came last Thursday to visit at the C. O. Smith home. Al Staehle returned home from the hospital at Hot Springs, where he had been the past three weeks for treatments. The Ladies' Aid met Wednesday afternoon at the church with Mrs. W. H. Klaaip and Mrs. Q. C. Allen as the hostesses. Mrb. Rose Crouhe at Minneapolis visited friends here the first of the week. Mrs. Grouse lived here several years ago. Miss Ruth Hodgson went to Esther- vllle Thursday where she loined some friends in a picnic at the Port De- flance park. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Mitchell and children of Buffalo Center soent Sun- dav hero with his parents. Rev. arid Mrs. c. B. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell left Sun- dav for Valparaiso. Indiana, where they will attend the wedding of their nioce. Barbara Bedford. Miss Helen Schwlclert Is at the home of her sister, Mrs. Melvtn Hunt, where she Is caring for her sister and babv which arrived last week. Mrs. 8- J. Bareau and daughter of Chicago are expected here this week to visit at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stahl, Ruth Riddle entertained a number of little friends in honor of her 8th birthday Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Riddle served a nice lunch. Mrs. Hiram Ward came home Sunday from Buffalo Center where she •pent the week with her father. August Prlezenberg and two daughters. Miss Erna Baars who had the misfortune to sprain her ankle when she stepped off the train at Webster Citv. was able to begin school here Mondav. Mrs. A. L. Rasmu&sen has been visit- Ing her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks. Mr. Rasmit'—n came UD Sunday and they returned to their home at Pomerov. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore and two children have returned to Burt again where tlwv expect to make their home. Pauline and Bobbv started to •school here last week. Mrs. C. I. Mansmith spent several days last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Philip Puffer near Cor- witti. Mrs. Puffer was ill and has been theatened with pneumonia. Miss lone Mover entertained the ollowing girl friends at a waffle RVID- per Thursday night: Misses Margaret Worness, Rachel Clapsaddle, Helen Schrader. Marllda Pratt and Virginia Thaves. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Godfredsen, Grace and Edward, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Oodfredson were dinner guests at the Charles Olson home Sundav in honor of Mr. Olson's and Edward Godfred»on's birthdays. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell took their son. Arthur to Sioux Cltv Thursday of last week where he will attend college again this venr. Joo Graham accompanied them to Sioux Cltv and wll] also enter college. The remains of Henry Nichols of Minneapolis were brought here for burial on Friday of last week. Mr. Nichols was a brother of the late Mrs. Charles Godden and will be remembered by many of the older Burt citizens. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carney, Mrs. J. D. Graham went to Haifa Thursday where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Joe Madden. Miss Lois Graham who has been at the Madden home for several weeks, returned home with her mother, Mrs. J. D. Graham. Mrs. Phoebe Jones of Frmeont. Nebraska, has been visiting friends and old neighbors here the past week. Mrs. Jones lived here until about fifteen years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smucker of Eagle Grove drove ut» Sunday afternoon to get, Mrs. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meinzer of Minnesota visited relatives here last wfek. Thev brought Miss Helen Meinzer here to visit relatives. Sundav Mr and Mrs. A. H. Meinzer took Miss Meinzer to Fort Dodge, where she will visit Mrs. Anna Meinzer and daugh- YOU* ruling bcrs. „ °- c - Glddings and Hiram Ward were called to Whlttemore on Sunday by the illness of their mother, Mrs. Mathilda Ward. Word was received here Monday that, she had suffered a stroke Sunday night and the relatives were called to Whlttemore Monday. Dr. j. G. Clapsaddle took Dean and Rachel to Oedar Rapids Monday where they will attend Coe College. Dr. Calpsaddle will go to Iowa Cltv. where he will attend a clinic. Rev. S. M. Gladstone of Lone Rock accompanied them to Ocdar Rapids and will attend a conference while there. Charles Hanna also went down with the Clan- saddles and will attend Coe College. Wcek-End Specials Pears, Morning Light. No. 10 can .... Mustard, Superb, quart Jar .. Candy Bars, 3 nickel bars Coffee, 1Q r Peabprry, per pound *•/»• Blue Barrel Soap, 1Q~ 5 giant bars It/C Sanka Coffee, pound can Amber Syrup, Superb, 10 pound pall Amber Syrup, Superb, 5 pound pall . Crystal White, Superb, 10 pound pall Crystal White Superb, 5 pound pail . Tomatoes, 1 *7 r 2 No. 2 cans llC Fresh Mackerel, O- Eatwell, pound cnn Ov I * 55c 29c FLOUR SALE First Prize, 1 TTO 49 pound bag 1*1 £t White Loaf, 1 OO 49 pound bag l.Ofci Cake Flour, Swans Down, pkg Soap, Kirk's Hardwater, 2 bars Oxydol, 01 r med. pkg fc«JIV Salmon, 2 tall cans Tapioca, 1 pound bag Cookies, plain or Iced, pound .. Post Toasties, 2 large pkgs Read Th« Want Ads—It Pays. 1847 ROGERS BROS. Silvcrplatt The Loveliest Ida Mae Gardner of Plum Creek Sunday wth Lucille Bode. Chester Baley received a shipment of she-cp last week of about one hundred head. Ben Gould filled silo Saturday afternoon and shelled corn in the 1'orv- uoon. John Boevcra, an attorney of Galena. 111., visit.d his brother. George Bo.vers, several days last wt'tk. Donald Boevers and two boy t'ritnd.5 from Feiiton returned week from Minneapolis where Uity visited with friends and took in the Hate fair. Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Gould of Mallard assisted the former's father shell corn last Saturday. Mrs. Joe Amdor- fer of Cresco township was also at the Gould home. Mrs. Louis Bode and daughter. Kathryn accompanied Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Puth to Mason City Saturday where they spent the day. Mrs. W. H. Ryuo of Fort Dodge was also a passenger. Died Ac Her Poet Lover Siie Destroyed Foretold! Tnifk Story of the Fat*' Model of the Loudou Studio* K*l*ied la The Aiireri- can Weekly, the Magazine Distributed With Next Sunday'H Chicago Herald wad Tlie Beautiful New ( pattern in the lovely "WEDDING RING CHEST Seldom have we had the pleasure of offering such a charming pattern as Sylvia—the newest creation ia 1847 Rogers Bros. Silvur And never has there been such a Lcautitul aad un- u»ual container as the "Wedding Ring Chest." Do treat yourself by coming in soon to see liieui. Diamonds Watches Silverware Wehler'i Jewelry Store Plioiie 240 Fine \VuU-h and Ji-vvelry Repairing Specify the Kind of Coal That is Good—to BURN There arc many differences in coal, and through our years of experience; we have learned that the ONLY way to win permanent ('iistonu'i'.s is through satisfactory fuel. The result—our customers arc permanent, ones. You. too, should liccome one, and will. PI ION K US YOUR NKKDS TODAY Phone ;>08 Immediate Delivery . Anderson Grain & Coal Co. CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW B. J. Harrington J. D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bank Blk ALOONA, IOWA J. L. BONAB ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALOONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON H. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Ko&suth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALOONA. IOWA A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW 3uinby Bldg. Phone 251 t. J. VAN NESS & <;. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS OHice over Iowa State Bank Phone M13-W Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. .Shumway Edward D. Kelly SliUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW -"llfii'e ovt-T QiiJiiby iS; Krauze Building Akona, lo'i'.'Li phone 58 L. A. W1NKKL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Quvnby Building. Phetie 180. ALOONA, IOWA £. (J. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW OH ice over Quinby i: Krau.-.e Bldg. Algona. Iowa Phone 129 H1KAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa Stute Bank Phone 206 F. A. I) AN SON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Office Phone 460-J Res. 315 ALGONA. IOWA CAURUL A. YVANUEtt ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Phone 65 II. Vacuum Judge D. K Coyl« Office over Basket Grocery ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW B20 Algona, Iowa J. W. Sullivan (dec'd) 8. E. McMahon L. B. Llnnan SULLIVAN, McMAHON & LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALOONA, IOWA PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENKFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L. RLst over Rexall drug store Office Phone 300 Res. Phone 330 ALOONA, IOWA C. II. C'KETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon & Physician Office John Galbnuth Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. I). ANDREWS, I). O. Oateopathic Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALGONA, IOWA P. V. JANSE, M. I). PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 360; Office 668 MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office over pusi Office Bldg. Phonc.s- OHice 11)7 Rus. 194 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or Novocaine used for extraction Located over Christensen Store Phone: Business 166, Residence 470 ALGONA. IOWA l> H. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Quiuby Bldg Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Wiukel Office 220 West Sta'e Street Office Phone 475-w Kea. 475-R Algona, Iowa L. M. ALEBRITT mid Funeral Director Phouc 11 Algoua. Iowa A. V. HEKTIG SIGN SERVICE Over Fisher Cafe Phone XJ8-W

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