The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1936 · Page 7
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The Algoaa Upper Pea Koines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 22,1936 (itACK FAVORS IE CHANGES INSALESTAX suthBepublican Candidate for Legislature Would Modify Law City Herald: Tlce Brack, merchant, who is the re_. candidate for represent„ from Kouuth county, saM iday when he was In Swea City te would be willing to become iltted to modification of the saleB tax law. „ discussed at some length the Introduced in the last leglsla- by Senator Bert Shaw of lontas. Among other pro- the bill provided that only ..t owners of Iowa property . share In the allocation of the tax back to the counties. This .slon would correct the in- lity that arises when out ol owners of Iowa property re- sales tax refunds, without " a cent of sales taxes. An ..,Je IB the Metropolitan Life irance company which this year ittlng refunds amounting to oh its Kossuth county farms. Brack began an active cam, two weeks ago when he ,id a canvass of the southern of the county, where he is less «.,m. He is a successful- merch- it at Ledyard, and is a director ; the State Bank of Ledyard. Regardless of how the next elec- ffoes, the next representative Kossuth county will be from ird. Mr. Brack's democratic K _.ient, George Moulton, is a well town Ledyard sportsman .and Women Drinkers In New York Mrs. Elsele In Bine Earth Post: If I have neglected writing . . . 1 have given Blue Earth plenty of publicity, so that may make up or my neglect "Everyone In New York as far as 1 can see, smokes and drinks. ' never saw a drunken person, but t seems to me that the women particularly try to outdo each other in drinking—end seem to get away with it They smoke almost constantly. No one in New York dresses other than ordinarily. I was disappointed in this, because I expected them to be fashion plates. The men are quite well, dowdy and farmerish In appearance. No one goes in for very formal dress. "The night clubs are night clubs, no fooling. The women there are actually naked and no illusions." BURTBOY,5,PAPLYZH FALL OUT OF BED, MONTH AGO Portland Twp. QQGBOBOlGBycM 80B060BO Iowa U. SophQmore « Unlon:> Allen Sarchett, son of Mr. fluid Mrs. Robert Sarchett, left last J ~ -iday to enter the State Untvers- » at Iowa City, where he is a phomore. He spent his freshman ,.,-ar at a Wichita, Kansas, college, ftransferrlng his credits to Iowa -City. He is taking a course in ac 'counting. Mrs. Martin Becker visited her sister, Mrs. Glen Haines, Algona, Saturday evening. The Helping Hand club met on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sam Wlnchell. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Godfredson, Mason City, spent last Sunday at the parental Alfred Godfredson home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Larsen, of Stlckney, South Dakota, are visiting the latter's sister, Mrs. Ralph Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Clayton visited the S. M. Petersons Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Schrlbert and son, Livermore, Mrs. Anna Smith, Mrs. Guy Smith, Humboldt, visited the George Lanning home Monday. Mrs. V. A. Smith and children went to McGregor last Sunday to meet the former's husband. From there they returned to their home in Milwaukee. Bernlce Larsen and lona Godfredson visited their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, Monday, returning the same night to Jewell, where both young ladles have employment. Reroute Carrier In S. Union Twp. Union: The rural mall carrier's route In the southern part of Union township has been re-routed. He covered the new route for the first time Wednesday of this week. He follows his regular route until he reached the corner near the Rlck- er Bros. farm. He then proceeds west a mile past the Gould and Fred Will farms, then north a mile past the Lawrence Glsch farm, then east another mile past the Andrew Beck and Stanley Gardner homes. He crosses the paving and continues east a half mile, then turns south, taking the diagonal road past the Roudloph Will, C. D. Ward, Nick Krleps and Frank Ho- flus farms, and Into town. This gives seven patrons mall service at their door where heretofore they had to get their tr.all at a box on a corner. It also adOs eight new patrons who for years past had to get their mall In Algona. These roads have been graded and gravelled the past few years with this Idea In mind and the farmers have worked hard to bring this change about Son of Wards Suffers Paralysis on Face, Right Leg Burt:- The five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ward has for the past week been suffering from paralysis of the left side of his face and his right limbs. It Is thought that his condition was caused from falling out of bed about a month ago. Woman's Club Meeto A special meeting of the Woman's club was held at the home of Mrs. A. H. Melnzer last Wednesday evening for the purpose of electing a president to take the place of Mrs. H. W. Trainer, who had resigned from the club. Mrs. L. A Boettcher was elected. The first meeting of the regular club year will be held the first Monday In October. VISITORS RECALL ALGONA'S ONLY STEAMBOAT 0. A. Norwoods Here From West. Father was Capt. of Lady Norwood Rebekahs Celebrate The Rebekah lodge celebrated the founding of the lodge and ob served "Neighbors' Night" Thurs day evning by entertaining the Tl- tonka and Algona lodges. About 22 visitors were present. The following program was given: a reading on the Founding of the Order, by Mrs. John Fisher, Titonka; piano duet by Mrs. Lillian Slgler and Kathrine Manus; a piano solo by Mrs. Rice of Algona; a playlet by Edna Staley and' Mrs. Paul Mac- nuley. »,,•»• Back From Market P. F. Krlethe and G. W. Patterson returned Tuesday. The former had marketed a carload of cattle and the latter one of sheep. Tax Refund This Month Exceeds Co.'s State Levy Kossuth county taxpayers are receiving this month a refund of 1147,617.08, which is this county's shaVe for 1938 In the proceeds of the state 3-point tax law. The refund which amounts to 4 mills on each dollar of assessed valuation, will be allocated on the basis of assessed property valuations. The refund is considerably In excess of the $114,890.43 raided In Kossuth county by the 3.1 mills state levy authorised by the state legislature. In 1934 and 19S3 the refunds to Kossuth county amounted to $92,460.61, plus $6,025.67 provided by the state for relief purposes from the sales, income and corporation tax revenues. It is interesting to note that the property tax for county purposes in Kossuth county dropped from $409,699.00 In 1931 to $261,076.00 in 1934, and then rose to $203,917.00 in 1936. This amounts to a decrease from $1.11 to 55c on every $100 of assessed valuation, between 1931 and 1936. In terms of taxes on farm lands it represents a decline from 52c per acre In 1931 to 37c per acre in 1936. County taxes, it should be remembered, are accounted for en- Irely by conditions in Kossuth ounty, and are fixed by the coun- y board of supervisors. The figures used In this summary were complied under the direction f Prof. R. C. Bentley of the Iowa agricultural experiment station at Ames. WESLEY NEWS Shower for Triplet* A shower for the infant triplets, children of Mr. and Mrs. Leander Seefeld, was held at the home of Mrs. Ed Wolf, Saturday, and was largely attended by relatives and friends. SKELGAS RANGES Easy Terms At BJUSTROWTS Greater Values in Home Appliances Algona, Iowa Swea City, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Norwood and grandson. Tommy Norwood, of Tacoma, Washington, are here for a visit at the Clcve and Ray Barton homes, and with old friends of the Norwood family. Mrs. Norwood Is a sister of the Bartons. Mr. Norwood's father, Ed Norwood, was one of the well known men of Algona in the nineties. He will be best remembered by old timers as the captain of the "Lady Norwod", the first and only steamboat on the Des Moines river north of Algona. It was in the early days of the twentieth century that Guy Taylor secured a steamboat somewhere and put It on the river north of Algona for a pleasure boat. Later a party of Algona young men bought the boat and made Mr. Norwood captain. The young men built a dancing pavilion about three miles up the rtver and the boat was used to carry gay excursions to the resort on dance even- Ings and for Sunday afternoon band concerts. The dancing pavilion was later torn down when some of the preachers critclzed the resort What became of the steamboat we have forgotten. Ed Norwood and family moved to Tacoma about thirty years ago. Mr. Norwood Is now 85 years old and In good health. They like the west and are enjoying life. Three Great Features Every Sunday! The World's Crossword Puzile, a Complete $2.00 Novel and SO Comics In Color with Next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. LESS COST MORE EFFICIENCY With a Modern Heating Unit Especially Designed For Your Home Heat to fit your home without waste of unnecessary equipment or cost of operation! That's exactly what we offer you in this new selection of modern furnaces and heating plants. Talk over the matter with us at your first convenience and chilly Fall days will find your home and family ready and FIT for any kind of weather. Efficient Heating for Homes of Every Size Lennox Air Conditioning McDonald Stokers McDonald Oil Burners Bomber Our New Phone Number 4M Laing & Muckey North Shop in New Hetoe Bklc. The Birthday Circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. N. M. Godfredson. Barbara Thompson has been very 111 the pnst week with intestinal flu and complications. Mrs. Wilfred ChafTee and Airs. C L."Holding, visited their sister, Mrs Will Larsen. at Britt, Thursday. Raymond Carter recently went to Bristol. Virginia, to visit his grandparents and has secured a position there. Elner Morness, Cedar Rapids, visited from Thursday to Sunda; with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N I. Morness. Iva Trunkhlll, who teaches a Lake Park, spent the week em with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. .T P. Trunkhill. Mrs. J. G. Sewlck visited her | father, J. T. Graham, at Algona Thursday. Mr. Graham has been very sick with Intestinal flu. Mrs. Paul Moore spent last week at Bode. She stayed with her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Schmidt, while Mr. Schmidt was away on a fishing trip. J. P. Trunkhlll, Ed Sanderson, Tom Trenary and Archie Hutchson, Algona, made a trip Into South Dakota last week on a cat- le buying trip. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schrader re- urned Wednesday to their home in Milwaukee after a couple of days' visit at the M. L. Vlnaas and C. -I. Schrader homes. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Welae and .wo daughters, Elberon, left Wednesday after a few days' visit at he A. W. Radeke home. They are cousins of the Radekes. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Covell left Thursday for LaCrosse, Wls., after a several weeks' visit at the Mrs. E. H. Staley home. Mrs. Staley went home with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Black, Cache, Oklahoma, arrived the end of the week for a visit with their son, Stanley, and their daughter, Mrs. L. N. Dlttmer. The Blacks formerly lived near Burt. Mrs. M. L. Vinaas was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona on Thursday, where she was operated on. Her son, Leo, Geneva, 1)1., arrived Friday for a visit with her and his father at Burt. The Rev. L. Richmann, Luella Blelch, Lois Lavrenz, Martha Ruhnke, Marie Carter, Elma Boettcher, Harold and Richard Weiske attended a social meeting of Walther Leaguers at West Bend Thursday evening. lone Moyer, Margaret Morness and Helen Schrader returned on Tuesday from Delevan Lake, Wls., where lone and Margaret had gone after Helen who had been employed there during the summer. The ;irls also visited Norma Bettin, a 'ormer Burt girl, in Chicago. Quite a number of Burt people attended the Spencer fair last week, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. M. Beckworth, J. G. Thaves, Harry McChane and daughter, Evelyn and Dorothy McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward, and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Meinzer. Vaughn Wallace, Mason City, son Ralph and sister, Isla Wallace spent a week ago Sunday at the G. P. Hawcott home. Isla visited until Friday with her sister, Mrs. Hawcott, and her mother, Mrs. Bertha Wallace. From here she went to Des Moines, where she expected to find employment. Plan Florida Trip Union: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ho- flus, parents of Mrs. Claude Dearchs, who have been spending the past six weeks at the home of Mrs. Garret Dearchs In Algona, are again at the home of their daughter. They will return soon to their home at St Petersburg, Florida, and enjoy the warmer climate. 150 Sign for Lockers The directors of the Wesley Farmers creamery are Inspecting locker systems this week at Spencer nnd other points in that vicinity. The required number of stgn- crsfo r lockers, 160, has been obtained. M. E7Ald Elects The Methodist Aid held a business meeting, largely attended, at the church lust week Wednesday. Officers were elected as follows: president, Mrs. Ruth Hansen; vice president. Mrs. Anna Haynes; secretary. Clara Aldrlch; treasurer, Mrs. Ammon Lease. A committee meeting was held last Thursday evening to make plans for a chicken supper Saturday evening. Mrs. Dawson, who wished to retire, had served four years as Aid president. Members of the Wesley Methodist Aid will be guests of the Sexton Aid Friday, Sept. 25. The Legion Auxllary held its first meeting at the Legion hall last Thursday evening. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swanson, Wesley, farmers, last week Sunday. The E. Goodnow family Is moving Into the house recently vacated by Henry Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froelich ook their son, John to Ames Sunday, to begin the third year of his course at Iowa State College. Monday was registration day. The Thursday club met last Thursday, and guests were Mrs. Ben Felt and Mrs. Margaret Lnw- ler, mother of Mrs. John Hutchison. Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr., won high and Mrs. Lester Lease, the travel prize. Repairs have Deen commenced on i 'he Methodist church, struck by j .igh.ning in August The first work v. done on the steeple. The lights, damaged by lightning, have been put In order In the basement and the main auditorium. Mrs. Oscar Erlckson, Elmhurst, HI., who had spent the summer wlth her aunt. Mis* A. McPherson, left for home a week ago. She had previously taken home her children, Evelyn and Forest, the former to attend college at Elmhurst, and the latter, high school. ! "Farm Imports Are Destroying the Farmers' Market" IV above is the cry of Republican spok« Iowa Farmer* The Mine spokesmen are whining to eastern, consumers: "THE SINFUL WALLACE FARM POLICIES HAVE INCREASED THE COST OF LIVING 30% SINCE 1932." Alma Funnemark was sick with flu several days last week. There have also been other cases. The Lester Larson family attended funeral services for Oscar Hab- hltt at Eagle Grove last week Sunday. The Ammon Lease family and Mrs. Will Walker, Corwlth, attended the Clay county fair at Spencer Friday. Twenty Years News Read The Want Ada—It Pay* Warren Dale, who had stabbed Robert Glaman, In a drunken brawl, three miles west of Fairmont, was a prisoner In the state penitentiary at Stlllwater. This having been his second conviction of felony It meant an Imprisonment of about five years at hard labor. He had been taken to Stillwater by Sheriff Carver and Deputy Roepke. George Stell, who lived south of the city, had found a piece of a horn about two feet long with a branch near the large end, at the mouth of the creek in the Fuller pasture. It was about three Inche in diameter, and had been washec out where the creek emptied Int the river. Some who saw It de clared It to be an elk horn, while others thought it to be that of a large deer. It was surely a rellr of the pioneer days of Kossuth county. Many children dislike study because they can't sec well. Figures show that one child in five of school age has some defect in his or her vision. If glasses are needed, why hold back the child in his school work? An examination will tell you the facts . . . quickly . . . accurately A. W. Amunson OPTOMETRIST First Door South Call Theatre Beware, farmers and merchant* of low*'' . Republicans play both sides for votes now, but if elected THE ONLY WAY THEY CAN KEEP PROMISES TO REDUCE LIVING COSTS IN THE EAST IS BY STARTING FARMERS BACK TO 10 CENT CORN, 3 CENT HOGS AND 35 CENT WHEAT. When National Republican leadership was removed from power in 1932, Wkets of all kinds were to a state STchao?. The Republicans had then, andjJey have now, no constructive record or remedyfor restoring ruined markets. Hence, the intermittent^squeals and knocks coming from Republican spokesmen. On the other hand, the Roosevelt Adnunistration immediately launched a program. S^^J^L^S^rk now building a better farm program designed toi wore f of all in years of drouth as well as years of plenty. VOTE AGAINST THE KNOCKERS; VOTE FOR MEN WHO THINK AND ACT. VOTE FOR ROOSEVELT The Algona hospital was filled to oversowing. Patients from ten towns, Bode, Brltt, Everly, Whlt- temore, Garner, Woden, Corwlth, LuVerne, Bancroft, and Belmond were receiving treatment. Four of cases were for appendicitis. It was thought that U would become necessary for the county to erect a hospital. During the month of August there had been 31 people received in the Algona hospital, and they had been taxed to their capacity in caring for their patients. • • « The Elk Pantutorlum had been repainted and decorated and was putting on a very pleasing appearance. Harry Button, the proprietor of that establishment, was one of Algeria's best young business men and believed in keeping abreast of the times. • • • County Recorder Agnes M. Laid ley had been quite ill for several days and had been unable to work at her office. • • • The Kofcuuth county teachers' in stitute was to be held at the Algona high tchool October 5 and 6th Superintendent Shirley had arranged for a strong program for the teachers. • • « J. W. Haggard, the senior editor of this paper, had spent the week with friends in Milwaukee, where he had been employed on the Evening Journal a number of years before. • • • The freeze had killed practically all of the late corn. However, farmers said that over seventy-five per cent of the crop was out of danger of the frost, and that killed had been of the late planting and would make good feed. • • * H. W. Hint, one of Algona's old citizens and a prominent business man, had passed away. • • • Dr. Clapiutddle of Burt had been in Algona on professional business. He bad stated that his brother, Claire, also an M. D., who had been an interne in St. John's hospital at St. Louis, was now doing nicely with a good position. IOWA FARMERS' COMMITTE FOR ROOSEVELT Homer Hash, Chairman 518 Grand Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa Write us at the above address for information on campaign issues. We want volunteer* to distribute literature. Des Moines Boosters Offer Free Lunch A special train, carrying 75 to 80 wholesalers and jobbers from Des Moines, affiliated with the Des Moines Chamber of Commerce, will be In Algona on. Wednesday, Sept. 23. A luncheon Is being arranged, to be served at the high school, and everyone is invited, whether a member of the Algona Chamber of Commerce or not. The luncheon and program is free, O. S. Reiley, secretary of the local chamber slated. H. W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage ef all kinds Long distance hauling. Every kiad Insured against lose or damage. Equipped t» do aUl kinds of draying and hauling. HIGHER MARKS AN Underwood Portable Typewriter f\ makes school tasks easier and it will enable him to do faster, neater work. Give him the machine that is equipped with the famous Champion Keyboard, with Touch Tuning, and with every other feature essential to first-class typing performance. Anyone who can write can type on an Underwood. It has no gadgets to confuse untrained fingers. Every feature is conveniently located for easy operation. See our complete line of Underwood Portables. Prices begin at $37.50 and any model is available on easy terms. Contidtr thtie ftiturti of the Underwood Univerttl Portable • Champion Kayboard "Touch Tuning" — individual kty adjuatouat Paptr centering acala Complete writing visibility plus Back Spacer Long line space lever Pull sice ribbon with automatic revertt Writing line indicator Variable line spacer Margin release • Famoui Underwood touch and action Evert Underwood Tvpcwriur is backed by nation-wide, company-owned •crricc faoUtica ^v Underwood UNIVERSAL PORTABLE EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS IN KOSSUTH COUNTY The Algona Upper Des Moines Established 1865 BARRY'S BEER IS BEST

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