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OFFICtAL OJ FAttfift &taotta Upper Be* Jltome* LARGEST KO8StJTH Established 1866 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 25,1936 Eight Pages VOL. 34.—NO. 34 Thrill Day Feature Will Kossuth Fair, 8th will be five special events on the motorcycle racing program, races from 3 to 10 miles Motorcycle Races, Crash Into Board Wall, Are Booked Thrill JSS* will open the Kossuth county fMr. Tuesday, Sept 8. Arrangements were completed last Friday for a group of racing motorcycle and stunt riders to come here for th« flrBt afternoon's In Another thrill sensation will be a special event in whioh a motorcycle rider will drive his machine a Artie a minute Into a board wall, Hiking life and limb to splinter It with one wiM ruth. Six Vaudeville Aete Six vaudeville acts have been booked, plus the special night re-< I »«tte program all four nights. The Peerless Potter* a troupe of five persons, who have been with the Cole Bros.-Clyde Beatty circus this summer, will present two acts. They perform on a platform 36 feet high and 100 feet long, to present their aerial casting acts of daring. Double-back somersaults, and two and a half back somersaults are among the feats of daring they perform. Three Emerald Sisters, who are now on an eastern tour, will present an act of comedy acrobatics, They have also played all of the principal theatres of the land. Healey & Mack in a wire act, using ladders which they balance on wires, will present two different acts on each program. Merle's Cockatoos, a bird circus that Is a "bird" of an act The cockatoos to bike riding on a tight wire, tumbling, work oat arithmetic problems, and rescue another bird from a burning bulMtng Dancing Vamr Sights Wit Thoma and his 10 Princeton- ians, a radio recording orchestra, will play at the fairgrounds each nignt of the fair, on the special dance floor laid on the fairgrounds, and covered with a large canvas ' top, provUhng protection from the elements, and yet allowing plenty of cooling breeze to blow over the First 42 Pledge $2,000 To Chamber of Commerce gioa team win play Bancroft team Is hoMer of Iowa state Junior championship and Mallard was runnemp In the district tournament. Hundred Percent Cooperation Thus Par; Two- Fifths Subscribed The membership drive of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, which rot under way last Friday with an all day meeting at the City Hall, resulted in the first 42 memberships pledging nearly $2000 for the new fear's activities. The Board of Directors has outlined a budget calling for the raising of a sum of $5000 for the work of the new Chamber of Commerce for the fiscal year beginning Aug. 1, 1938, and ending Aug. i, 1937, and they are appealing to every merchant and professional man or woman to subscribe their share. Secretary Oliver Reiley is very enthusiatic about the drive .and this morning pointed out that the new organization has not had a single turn-down thus far, and that membership teams are canvassing the business district this week, hoping to complete its work immediately- He also announced the goal for memberships was set at 200 and he urged every citizen to realize ho is expected to do his part. The membership committee is composed of the following men: W G. McCulktugh, chairman, R. H. Miller, P. J. Christensen, P. J Kohlhaas, C. B, LaBarre, and M O. Norton, and with the exception of Mr. Norton this group met at the City Hall with other businessmen who had been called into the con ference for a discussion on dues. The above named men, who are directors, met with the entire board including: John Belser, Joe Bloom J. D. Lowe, Lyle Reynolds, Gal Pettit and D. E. Dewel, and Sec retary Relley to perfect the new schedule of dues. 10.80 10.30 10.10 . 9.80 HOGS Best light butch., 140-180 $8.35 Best light butch., 160-180 9.80 Best light butch., 180-220 10.65 Best light butch., 220-250 Med. heavy, 270-290 Ibs. Med. heavy, 290-325 Ibs. Med. heavy, 325-350 Ibs. Butchers, 350-400 Ibs 9.25 Packing sows, 300-350 9.00 Packing sows, 350-400 8.60 Packing sows, 400-500 8.05 CAfTLE lanners and cutters $2.00-3.00 Fat steers 6,00-7.00 Fat yearlings 6.00-6J50 Bulls :.....3.60-4J50 Veal calves 5,00-7.00 Fat cows 3.50-4.00 Stock steers 3.00-4.00 OKAIN No. 2 white corn No. 2 yellow corn 1.02 No. 3 yellow corn 1.01 No. 3 white oats, 30 Ibs 40 Barley, No. 3 1.00 EGOS Hennerys 23c No. 1 l»c No. 2 15c Cash cream— No. 1 35c No. 2 33c Sweet 36c 33 Arndorfers at Reunion in SL Benedict, Sunday Charged With Giving Bad Check, Ledyarc A check for $21».70 given to Wm A. Garry of the Garry Grain Co. of Ledyard, by E. B. Molln, Mllaca, Minn., resulted in the letter's being bound over to the grand lory at the next term of court here, afte KoBn had been brottght back from Minnesota by Sheriff Dahlhauser Thursday, to face the charge of uttering a bad cheek. Molin purchased corn from the •Ledyard company on July 80, IMS, giving the check in payment. The check failed to clear. The defendant says that he deposited sufficient money in a basic to cover the check, but lost his Acpasjt certificates. Th« hank denies the deposit. Bond for Molin was fixed at *600 and was furnished in Justice H. B. White's court. ... was »eM at the home of Mrs. RoS Arndorfer Sunday, A-og. S with 33 attending. Those present were Mr and Mrs. Joseph Arndorfer, Sylvester, Mr. and Mrs. Alber Gould and son, Roland, Mr. an Mrs. Leo C. Miller and family, al of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Georg Olsen, Jr., of near Burt; Mr. am Mrs. G. E. Bent, son Patil and daughter, Leona of Elliott, 111.; Mr and Mrs. G. E. Arndorfer and fam lly, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Arndorf er and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr Mr. and Mrs. George Aman am' dsuaghter, ThecSa of Sexton, »ls called at the Arndorfer home fat the afternoon. Youths Paroled In Robbery Case Four youths charged with i»b- toery without aggravation, after a case in which Fred W. Gutter. Titonka. charge* h* had bean rab- b«d after a drinking bout wltn the quartet, were sentenced to three year* at Anamosa reformatory, and a beach parole was then granted to ths state board of parole. Judge Davidson presided. The youths are Wm. Gander, 23, Ateona; Ernll Berger, 21, Bancroft; Eugene Bentaen, 24, Ttton- ka- and Lawrence Daniels, 31, at Garner. They are to pay back the amount they stole, abowt $10. Review of Trip Lloyd 8. Bohannon, assistant aecretary of the Kossuth Mutual Insurance office here, spoke at tne Rotary club meeting, Wednesday, on various interesting phases of his recent western trip. SWEA CITY PARK NAMED; CROWDS SEE DEDICATION \ New Band Shell Presented; Algona Secretary Is Quest-Speaker Algona Boy Wins State Award for Poppy Day Poster LeRoy Mathlson, senior in the Algona high school this fall, was highly honored a few days ago when his poster entered in state competition by American Legion Auxiliary, won first prize. Posters from all over the state were submitted using a theme of Poppy Day. LeRoy's poster first won local competition and was then entered In the state finals. He received a DROUTH'S BACK BROKEN; RAINS BROUGHT RELH Crops Take New Lease on Life; But It's Still Hot .Nearly an inch of rain, last Frl- ' back .of, the long An afternoon rain last Friday, failed to dampen the enthusiasm of a large throng of Kossuth and Emmet county folks who helped Swen Cityans dedicate their new band shell and partlcpate in a program to name the city park. From a list of hundreds of suggested .names, the name Reynolds Park was adopted. The name Reynolds was adopted to commemorate one of the first pioneers of northwest Kossuth. Swea City Itself was originally known as Reynolds. Algonans Participate After an opening concert In the new band shell by the Swea City band, and an address by P. J. Helken, mayor, the new band shell was presented by Dr. O. C. Anderson, president of the Swea City band, and accepted by town officials. O. S. Relley, secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce, delivered the address of the evening, paying high tribute to the pioneers of past and present, whose civic enterprise has built up the splenr did community of Swea City. Algona's Band, and a chorus from Es- thervifle, also "appeared on the program. Other Algonians taking part were Harry Kruse, former mayor of Swea City, now of Algona, Tom Sherman and County Superintendent William Shirley. Many others were also in attendance. Arranged Program The program was arranged by P. J. Heikeu, Dr. R, M. Minkel, the Rev. G. R. McDowell, John G. Haglund, A. B. Tweeten. Mrs. P. W. Larson and Mrs. Ray Sperbeck. Official hosts and hostesses were selected from residents of Swea City during the 1892-1903 era, and were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mlehe, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Olof Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. M. Dye, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hng- lund, Mr, and Mrs. G F. Berggren, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Eckholm, Mr. and Mrs. G. Anderson, Mrs. Mary Moats, J. Iva Moats, Miss Emma Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew cash prize. LeRoy plans on taking up commercial art and illustrating in Chicago when he graduates from high school. During the past few years he has worked diligently at several after-school Jobs, as well as play- Ing football and wrestling on the high school teams. He handles newstand sales for The Upper Des Moines in .Algona, and has been working part time for Joe Bloom. Ken Meaner Goes toBekritasCoach Kenneth Mercer definitely decided to accept the coaching offer from Beloit College, Betolt, Wis., and resigned from his post as coadt at the Algona high school last week. Who will replace Mercer Is not yet known. Dozens of applications have been received. Mercer woa 14 letters at Simpson in undergraduate days and played five ynfirs at professional football. He will report at Belott in time for football's opening, Sept. 10, when pnto- Mi« begirs. Hosella Lltzell. Clenr Jjike, has been named to succeed Kiss Jeanne Coon, who resigned. Miss LtUel will teach junlar high mathematics. Divorce Granted Mrs. Fern Briggi was granted a divorce by Judge Davidson. Monday, in district court, from Alvin Briggs, Algona. HALF the FUN of reading s, newspaper is to enjoy the advertisements Keep in touch with the story of fall merchandise in the Algona Upper Des Moines it wu Grays In Twin Victories Sunday The Atgona Grays scored a twin vtctory, Sunday, when they battered the Forest City Collegians, there, Sunday afternoon, 6 to 1, and downed the Farmers Union on the home lot under the lights, 14 to 3. Squire Riddle, youthful Bart pitcher, turned in a flae performance against Forest City, while his mates gave him excellent support Jury Gardner held the Des Moines team in the night tussle, and although the first four innings were good, the game eventually turned Into a root. A meeting was held Monday evening by the directors of the club to decide how long the season will run for the Grays. Armstrong Young Man !• Benedict Armstrong: Word has been received here of the marriage of Elizabeth Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Thompson of Des Moines and Arnold Knutson of Omaha, Nebr., son of Mr. and Mrs. a B. KnuUon of Armstrong on August 13 in at John's Lutheran church in DM Moines. The Rev. Frederick Wwrte performed the ceremony. St. Joe Men At Alunini Session St Joe: Tom and Nick Becker left Tuesday for Conception, Missouri, to attend an alumni meeting at Conception College on Wednesday. They planned to return Friday. Father Luke Becker will return here with than for a abort visit before he will leave for Fort Yates, North Dakota, .^^ admtlan to ITheavy aosfcnjpwir late l»it Friday afternoon and into Saturday morning, several other rains visited Kossuth to give -new life to crops, garden* and citizens as well. Week's weather: High .Low Prec. August 17 86 63 .03 August IB 100 71 .08 August 19 87 72 August 20 86 68 .46 August 21 91 .68 .90 August 22 82 69 .!» August 23 S3 «6 The rain totaled 1.26 inches during the past week, with about a half Inch more reported from .the northern tiers of townships in the county. In some isolated sections heavy rains and wind laid oara low, bat it was an exception to the rule. Pupils In Recital At Titonka Church Titonkan Wednesday evening at' 7:45 at the Methodurt church the pupils of C E. Rose gave a recital The pupils were from Doan and Sexton also. The prgocam was as follows: "Processional March," by GwBtt, and "A Minuet at Court," Heller, given by Fers* Oester- relcher. •Jack and Jill," and "Let Us CUmb the HOI," Wanda Rose Young. "The Rabbit Revels and Romps Assay," and "The Bells," Winifred Plumb. "Drifting", and "Haste Away Merry Millstream," Drusilla Han- BL 'The Aerobat", and "At the Movie*." Twylah Hamstreet. "Btahm's Lullaby," Jean French. "Summer Days," Jack Hoon, "Gentle Nigbt," Gersldine Ander>n. "Prelude ia D Major," Heller, and "Lullaby." Burgmlller, by Darlene Hansen. "Haste Merry Millstream," and Christmas Bells* Beth Benacker. "A Lovely Floweret," Lavonne Oesterreicher. "Goodnight. Comrades," Young. "A Tramp Thro' the Forest," and "Playing Handball,* Phyllis Anderson. "Largo," Dvorak, by Russell French, "Fantasy in D Minor," Mozart, and "Waltz A Flat," Chopin, by Irene Schmidt. Mr. Rose left Friday ftr his home In Newton. Jean Anderson, Mrs. Anna Dahl, Mrs, Anna Psanuu); C. Joban And*rsoai Mr. and Mrs. John L. Campbell} Martin Nelson and Ernest Miller. Early History History records that Swea City's first four families went to that section in 1872 to make a permanent home—Olaf Mollnes, still living east of town, the Andrew Kr- Icksons, the Clark Larsons and the Carl Pearsons. They came direct from Sursden. The town of Swea City was first called Reynolds, but in 1K93 was officially changed to Sweu City. "Swea", in the Swedish language means "the land of plenty, with happy homes." The present park was first an athletic park, with a miniature lake in one corner. The athletic park was given to Swea City on March 2, 1003, after a series of ownership changes by the State Bank. The site was used for a baseball park until 1919 when the council voted to make it a public park and landscaped it accordingly. J. Haglund deserves the credit for designing Oic new bandshell, and citizens have made donations which, with the help of "The Little German Band" enabled the community to put the project acrosa> CHARLES ROUPE, RETIRED FARMER, RITES SATURDAY Former Whittemore Man Succumbs Here to Heart Attack Charles E. Roupe, retired farmer living in Algona, passed away last Thursday morning, August 20, after suffering a heart attack at his home. Mr. Roupe came to Algona in 1921, after a lifetime of farming near Whittemore, where he went in 1883. For a number of years he was engaged in the grocery business in Algona. He was born Nov. 13, 1864, near Iowa City, of parents who were pioneer farmers In that section. He was 72 years of age at his demise. Funeral services were held at the local Methodist church, last Saturday afternoon, at which the large throng of friends and relatives who came to pay their final respects gave a true Indication of the qualities for which Mr. Roupe was so admired. Rev. Edge had charge of the services; interment was In Riverview. Surviving are the following children: Hattle Phillips, Algona; Arnold of Cedar Rapids; Mabel Eklund, Minneapolis; Wilbur Roupe, Santa- Monica, California; Jessie Wltwer, Mason City, and Irma pee Brother* and listers of the..deceased are Frank of Whittemore; Alice Miller of Minneapolis: Minnie West of Seattle; OHle of Whittemore; Flors Crawford of Whittemore; Minerva Trudell of Seattle; and Orville of Nezpers, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Huntington of Norfolk, Nebraska, were also here for the funeral. Mr. Huntington is a brother of Mrs. Roupe. Mr. Roupe's life was one of hard work and industry. He was a fine citizen of the county, and his memory will be revered as one of outstanding example. BIG WHITTEMORE CREAMERY PICNIC DREW 1500 FOLK Two Sisters, Brother Win Highest Cream Scor- ' ing Honors Whittemore: Between 1800 and 1800 attended the Whittemore creamery's annual picnic, at ths, Academy park, last Thursday. Eighty gallons of ice cream were dished out during the day's program, and the Whittemore band gave an hour's concert, which was followed by a talk given by O. K. Storre, on creamery cooperation Mr. Storre is secretary of the Iowa State Brand Creamery Ass'n. Mr. Rudnick of the state dairy board had charge of the cream scoring. Mrs. Louis Grelnert won first, and August Vaudt, Jr., was second, and Miss Clara Vaudt third. These two sisters and a brother, will represent the creamery at the annual judging of the association at Mason City. The north side farmers lost the southslde In a klttenball game 4 to 3, and the creamery team play ed the winners of the first game and again the south side won by a 4 to 3 score. Edna Fandel won the ball throwing, Theresa Arwin was second, and Evelyn Voight, third. Mervin Woodward was first In the boys' 50 yard dash under ten, Clem Cullen $147,617 Kossuth Tax Refund Here For Distribution Rewrites Of N«w» From L«t Friday't Konuth County Advance was second, and Art Potratz, third. Melvin Koppen was first In the dash for boys 10 to 15. Roland Fandel was second and Alvln Zumach, third. Kenneth Frost won the 50 yard dash for older folks, Delbert Elbert was second and Robert Kollasch was third. In the gfrls' dash, Edna Fandell was first, Lucille Heldt, second, and Alice Zumach, third. Tom Carmody gave a fine selection on his flute and harmonica, and a glee club composed of Chas. and John Kollasch, Chas. Salz and son, Vincent, Jim Butler, who can't be beaten in Jigging, did his duty to that effect. REV. S. M. GLADSTONE, Lone Rock community church pnstor for the past 16 years, has resigned. Plans for the future have not been announced. • • • RAYMOND OTIS, WESLEY, filed suit for $415 damages against John Grandgenett, Jr., as the result of an auto accident on July 23. three miles east of Algona on highway 18. The petition claims six were riding In the driver's compartment of a roadster, and that an adult was on the driver's lap. Another damage suit for $7,985 was filed by Matt Kramer, Burt, ag- ninst E. O. and Otis Mitchell of California. Kramer's wagon was struck by the Mitchell car on 169 orth of Burt, and Kramer suf- ered a fractured skull and other njurics. • • • AT AN OREGON reunion o owans, held at Point Defiance vere the following former Kossutl ounty residents: Albert Reed Messrs. and Mesdames M. E., C. A ,nd T. E. Norwood, Jean Thomp on, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wegenor Mrs. George Mlnkler, Mr. and Mrs A. C. Rawson, Mrs. Ota Westen haver-Guenthcr, Mrs. J. P. McGow an (Kate Hayes), Norman Hln on, and V. F. Matern, veteran N P. engineer, once of Wesley. • • • JOAN HUTCHISON, 7, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Hutchison, uffered severe cuts and burns Fine Program at LuVerne Festival 1936 Crop Check In County Starts Instructions will be given to the Kossuth County farm reporters on Tuesday, August 25, so that they may start measuring farms, which will be the first step in completing the forms, whereby the form operator or owner may receive the award for his performance for 1936 under the Agricultural Conservation program. The county committee and A. L. Brown attended a district meeting held at Clarion August 20th where different mailers pertaining to the 1936 farm program were discussed. Farm operators and landlords can speed up the program by promptly signing and returning to the county office the card received last week. Enter on the card the number of farms owned or operated in Kossuth county. Lu Verne: Lu Verne's second annual homecoming, and former residents from near and far gathered last week to mingle with present-day reaiaenta and talk over old Rain prevented the ball games, Best Correspondent but did not dampen enthusiasm. By noon, Friday, a crowd began to assemble and increased throughout the afternoon. Judge W. B. Quarton of Algona gave a splendid address In the program that began at 1:30 p. m. with a brass duet played by Phillip Lichty, Jr., and Robert Bigglngs. A dance finished off the program in the evening. Embezzlement Case In Court Dismissed For lack of sufficient evidence on a charge of embesjlement, a case against Melvin JokfUMB, LuVerat, was ordered dismissed by County Attorney M. C. McMahon, Friday. Johnson had originally been charged with fmUwtT'fffH"**' of property belonging to Goodrich ft Bethke, in the complaint filed in the office of P. A. Daason, Justice. However, the defendant paid costs of the case that bad accumulated to date. Sexton Woman Burned Sexton: Mrs. Ed Fitch suffered a badly burned hand Ibis week, while washing. She spilled a pan of hot water on the stove and her hand was burned by the steam. Past Masters' Nite at Burt A. F. & A. M. Burt: Kossuth lodge No. 540 A. F. and A. M. had its annual Past Masters' meeting Thursday evening. A chicken dinner, served by the- Eastern Star members, preceded the evening meeting. A fair crowd attended the dinner, but a large crowd attended the meeting, which included visitors from several neighboring towns. Initiatory work was put on by a staff of past masters. Everett Larsen was the candidate initiated ' 3 Oupid Cases Marriage licenses of the we°ek: Cyrus Renshaw and Gladys Winchell, Mason City, August 24; Joseph BeiU, Lake Crystal, Minn., and Arlene Daniels, Burt, August 22; Art Kuecker, Omaha, and Marie Miller, Fenton, August 21. Nelly Shoots 32 Irving Nelson, professional golfer, who has been in charge of the Country Club this summer, ^hot a 32 on the course last Thursday resulting in an all new low, which is four under par. He left Monday for Des Moines to p|ay at the Iowa Open Tourney at tb* Wakooda club. Leaves for East Whittemore: Frank and Alice Eisele left for Blue Earth, Minn., last Wednesday and from there they will accompany Mrs. Albert Eisele to Minneapolis. Mrs. Albert Eisele was recently judged the nation's best country correspondent. Mrs. Eisele will broadcast from a Minneapolis radio station and on Thursday she together with her baby and nurse will leave for the east on a trip which Mrs. Eisele was awarded. Mrs. John Reding Birthday Surprise St. Joe: Mrs. John S. Reding, Sr., was pleasantly surprised Saturday, August 15th. the occasion being her birthday. Her children with their families came with well-filled baskets and an enjoyable day was had by all. Field Day Date Set The annual Field Day of the Koesutb County Conservation League has been set for Sunday, Sept 20, officials here announced. It will probably be held east of Bancroft, on the same site as last year. Daughter for Shumways Mr. and Mrs. Karl Sbumway are the parents of a daughter, Marten, born August 17, at the Kbssutb hospital. The baby weighed 6\ pounds. Mother and daughter are doing fine. Karl is the efficient compositor at the Algona Upper Des Motaes. His wife is the former L&Vonne Larson. The baby is their first. Credited to Last Half of 1935 Taxes If ' Unpaid REFUND TOTALS 1$4 A THOUSAND The Board of Assessment and Review has advised County Treasurer M. J. Duffy that the amount to be distributed to the taxpayers of Kossuth County, proceeds from the property relief act, for the year 1936 is $147,617.08. This Is Kossuth County's allocation of the proceeds from the sales tax, personal net Income tax, and business tax on corporations. County Treasurer Duffy has credited the refund on the last half of the 1938 taxes payable in 1936 and any one wishing to pay the last half of the tax with refund taken off may do so at the treasurer's office. If the taxpayer paid all his taxes last spring, a refund check will be mailed 16 him. The deduction will be made on both real and personal property, but not on moneys and credits nor special assessments. The rate of refund for this year Is four mills, or for ' example a property with a taxable value of $6,000.00 will receive a refund of $4.00 per thousand, or a $20.00 refund. The refund will undoubtedly again bring to the fore the question that seems to be perpetual as to whether or not the refund is really a refund and whether or not the state's tax setup is favorable to property owners, as declared by the APPLE LODGED IN THROAT IS FATAL TO BOY suth, Died at Iowa City Armstrong: A small piece of apple, lodging in the lung of 20 month-old Donald Phillip Opsahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Opsahl of northwest Kossuth, caused the baby's death, last Thursday, in a sad and unusual accident. The boy began a severe coughing spell a week ago Sunday while eating an apple, and his breathing became difficult. He was rushed to Estherville, and after an examination was taken on a hurried trip to Iowa City. At Iowa City an x-ray picture of his lung and throat showed that a small piece of apple had lodged in the lung. Funeral services were held on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Armstrong Lutheran church, Rev. A. K. Gaard, Cylinder, conducting the service. Burial was in the Armstrong Grove cemetery. Surviving are his parents and one sister; three and one half years old. when she fell from the Hutchison car while It was traveling 60 miles per hour at a point near Independence. The Hutchisons were just starting on a vacation trip. The little girl was quite bruised and badly shaken, but no serious or permanent injuries will result. JOHN H. WILSON, Whittemorfc died at Iowa City hospital. He was born In Elk county, Kinsas, In 1870. Surviving are hi* wife, Virgil, of jpwwah, MW^ Rich, JUgonaj Andersons Visit in Four States Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and son, Lyle, returned Wednesday, after a week's trip which took them through Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and western Iowa. At Warrenburg, Mo., they visited with Mrs. David Nichols. From there they went on to Nevada, Mo., where they visited several days with Mrs. Anderson's brother, Walter, and wife. Mr. Anderson owns and operates a dairy farm one mile from Nevada. They went as far as Joplin, Mo., coming home by way of Garnett, Kansas, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Hendriks. Mrs. Hendriks was formerly Lillian Moline of Algona. Tuesday the Andersons attended the large rodeo at Sidney, Iowa. They also stopped at Omaha, Council Bluffs and visited friends at Sioux City. The distance traveled was nearly 400 miles and they found it very hut and dry, it being 114 degrees at Nevada. Crops in and around Auburn, Nebraska, were the best seen on the trip. Take 1400 Mile Jaunt Milton Norton and son. Dick, E. C. McMahon and J. F. Overmyer returned Sunday from a 1400-mile trip. Their destination was Wal- halu, North Dakota, where they went to look after a farm Milton's father hmi purchased about 40 years ago. From there they drove on to Winnipeg, Canada, to see the country. Canadian wheat crops looked fine, but in North Dakota the wheat was running only 4-5 bushels per acre. Hodges' Grandson Dies Mr. ana Mrs. E. J. Hodges received word last week of the death of their little grandson, Bruce Alexander Reed, who died last Wednesday at Bartlesville, Oklahoma. The baby had been bora the previous Saturday axfC was a fine healthy child. The intense heat of 124 degrees which had been prevailing in Bartlesville was thought to be the cause of the baby's death. home. Funeral services were held at the home with Father Velt offlc lating. 22 New Cars Sold in a Week Twenty-two new cars have been registered in Kossuth county during the past week In August Chevrolets head the list with twelve purchased by the following: S. E. Uhr, Swea City; C. H. Casey, Algona; W. H. Osborn, Fenton; John Ford Bancroft; John H. Foth, Algona; Mrs. Will Hlgglns, Whittemore; W. Kulow, Bode; James P. Nyman, Bancroft; Ben S. Studer, Wesley; Elmer Jorgenson, Bancroft; Jake Rockier, Swea City; and Mrs Pearl Knox, Algona. There were four Fords purchased by L«wls V. McWhorter, Algona; Arthui Krauue, Lu Verne; Harold Kuchen- reutlier, Algona; and Kent ,Motor Company, Algona. Three Plymouths sold have gone to H. W. Kuecker, Algona; P. W. Sonner, Spencer; and Ben F. Combes, Algona. Of three others, a Dodge was purchased by L. J. Nemmers, Bancroft, an Oldsmobiie by Ole O. Gjerde, Cylinder, and a Pontiac by P. S. Wilhelmi, Bancroft. Dorweiler Clan Holds Reunion West Bend Journal: The descendants of the late Mr. and Mra. Paul Dorweiler gathered at the splendid home of Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler in West Bend Sunday for their annual reunion. This occasion is getting to be of such proportions that the lawn space of the average home is not large enough, so they ail repaired to the old country home, a very fitting place, now tenanted by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chambers, where a picnic dinner was held. Next year this gathering will meet with the Dorweiler families in Minnesota. Those present Sunday besides the hostesses, Dr. and Mrs. P. O. Dorweiler, were: L. C. Dorweiler and daughter, Maxine, of Chokio, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Dorweiler and daughter, Harriett, of Hamel, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Desen Dorweiler and son, Julius of Hamel, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Neal Dorweiler of Minneapolis; Dr. L. D. Mersch and daughter, Roberta Louise, und Mrs. Kieker of Fair/ax. Minn.; Miss Margaret Dorweiler of Lewibton, Montana; Paul Dorweiler of Hartford. Connecticut; Mr and Mrts. A. O. H. Stetzefandt and Junior of Tulsa, Okla.; Mr and Mrs. Peter Mersch of Cedar Falls, and Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Foster and Margaret, Louise and Paul of Cedar Kapids. state administration, or unfair, as charged by critics of the administration. Bank Robbers In North Iowa Give Boys A Workout Officers of state, county and city In this section of Iowa organized themselves into a grand and glorious hunt for bank bandits, last Thursday, when a bank cashier at that village bearing the Missouri ' license plates of the machine that robbed the bank,, at Elliott, Iowa, earlier in tfie week. ' As the car sped out of Livermore, a posse started In pursuit, the Humboldt county sheriff did likewise, highway patrolmen from northern Iowa were massed alonsr highway Intersections, and locak. authorities also got on the job. But — after all the excitement and 1 preparation, the "bandit's" machine disappeared Into thin air, and , then the Humboldt officials decided that it wasn't the holdup machine after all. > C. C. Tourrament Play Under Way Tournament play In the club championship at the Algona Country Club was under way this week, with about half of the first round scores turned in. All first rounds should be completed the fore part of this week, and the second round is slated to get under way by Thursday. Union Club Meets ' Union: The regular meeting of the Union Mother und Daughters Club will be held this Thursday at Edna Cru.ikshank's, with a concert to be based on roll coll as announced in the bulletin. A meeting was held early in the week, but will not replace this regular scheduled session. Goes To Iowa Falls West iitnd: Miss Ivadel deal, employed by the Iowa State Bank here, resigned her position and bos assumed new duties as a private secretary to £. H. Kliaart Farmer Loses Straw Pile, Bales rn Fire Portland: Tony Jandl had the misfortune to lose a straw pile and several bales of straw in a fire on Thursday morning. The men were baling straw when sparks from the engine set fire to the straw stack. Fire fighters were unable to extinguish the blaze which spread rapidly over the bales and stack. A furrow was plowed around the burning straw to prevent further damage. Hospital News KoKMith Hospital Monday, August 17—Mrs. K. L. Shumway of Algona, gave birth to a baby girl. Tuesday, August 18—Robert Weis, Algona, tonsilectomy. Thursday, August 20—Harold Brandow, Algona, major surgery. Saturday, August 22—John Collins, West Bend, was admitted for medical care. Monday, August 24—Arthur Weise, Algona, tonsilectomy. Monday, August 23—Joan Kuchynka, Algona, tonsilectomy. Monday, August 23—Nor aid McKee, Bancroft, tonsilectomy Monday, August 23—Mra. Edward Krull, Burt, major surgery. General Hospital Tuesday, August 18—Nornia Eflg- strom, Algona, underwent a ton* silectomy. Wednesday, August 19—Virginia Laubentbal, LuVerne, had her tonsils removed. Wednesday, August 19—Harold Sabin, Algona, had his tonsila removed. Thursday, Alice May Merkle, Lu- Verne, underwent a tonsilectomy. Thursday, August 20—Morris Murray, Crystal Lake, underwent a tonsil«ctomy. Thursday, August 20 -Mr i. Clifford Holmes, LuVerne, enltred fur medical trcalmer t. Sunday, Auguat 23—Daniel Schultz, Whittemore, medical pu- tient.

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