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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 22, 1959
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lofora By' Russ Wallet * : * '* . at ihe Smoke Shop & well- thumbed record book occasionally gets pulled out from behind the counter, by Lawrence Gillespie, or perhaps Stu McFadden, t61 settle controversies regarding Algona football teams of the past and coaching records of those mentors of earlier-eras. It's pretty.interest- ing, and just for posterity and so that statistic keepers can have a clipping of this record for themselves, we publish it herewith. Years, coaches, won and lost're- cords. ,* * * 1910-1912, Coach W. H. Stone, won 7, lost 3, tied 2 — ;667'. V ;<" - -. K ESTABLISHED 1163 i* lecoruJ d*M initfof it th« poitefflc* at AlfttM, . Nov. 1, 1631. under Act ot Confrm of March I, 1178. ALGONA, IOWA JHURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1959 3 SECTIONS - 20 PAGES VOt. 96 - NO. 42 4 Algerians oil Bank Robbery Jury Open Bids On New Church Here Bids 1 for the construction of a new church building and educational unit for the First Presbyterian church here were opened) Tuesday afternoon at the present church. Contracts are expected to be let in the near future after the building committee has made decisions regarding alternates. Beck and Fdsher, Clear Lake, submitted the low, bid of $139,449 on the main general contract. Roth and Associates, Storm Lake, Iowa wjth a bid was second of $156,820 low and 1913, Coach Walter Gray, won 5, lost 1, — .833. 1914-1916, Coach Christie McCormick, won 14, lost 8, tied 1 — .630. • , • > ' 1917-1919, Coach L. S. Olsen, won 13, lost 4, tied 1 — .750. 1920, Coach C. C. Minty, won 7; lost 1, tied 2 — .800. '. 1921-1922, Coach Orey Lawrence, won 10, lost 6, tied. 1 — .017. v 1923-1926, Coach Chick Sutherland, won 23, lost 10, tied 3 —• .681. ..••'/:/-•' ' .•- '• ' ••• •;<:;• ! 1927.-1928, -Coach Dale Tullis, ,-Won 15, lost l^tied 3,—- .869., • : 1929-1931, Coach Aubrey Bonham,, won 8, lost 18j ho .ties — .308..'.:, ';.-;; . -''• • ; .." .•-,"•: / 1932-1935, Coach Moco Mercer, won 8, lost 24, no ties -r-.250. 1936-1937, Coach Paul Berger, won 10, lost 5, tied 2 — .647. 1938, Coach Hop Finley, won' 2, lost 5, tied 1 — .312. 1939-1941, Coach Doug' Keefer, won 6, lost 16, tied 2 — .291.%. •1942, Coach TMelvin Nelson, won 1, lost 7; ( tied: ; l —;. 11 !£,/•:•. ;'1943-1948, Coach -6ene Hertz, won 23, lost 26,'tied:2, — .471.; 1949-1954, :Gpacn-'T6ny^ Guzpw-- . skj, wbto'i29,wib>t 21/r tied -2 -H •577. •;:•;•;• V^.,-:.- • - -.. ; y. >. > ..; 1955, Coach,,,.jLpving,. J wins,. 7 losses, '":!' tie"'—7.062r;**" J - -' ' . ' '.V •*' * /V '•».:*•.:•• '•."•:•-', .,. . , The'•; present r coach, Harold •• . • .r.vW.1 *J'«1,j ,1' • - , . • i.'. .-' ' . - . * • * **« if, jf* w»^*«* -I - »»*•»«•••» . • •»•• •»—•»• ShugaW'Began- his tenure here in 1956. To. date his teams have won 3 and lost 26., ',..,; , .. * "* , .> . Prior to 1929, when ihe Academy opened 'here, the, percentage w,as .714 wins. Since • 1929, and including right up ? ;intb 'the current-'season, the winning percentage has been. .372. The overall percentage of wins!, since football began. at Algona High. School in 1910 is .494. V * * .*,. * - . jOnly iwo . coaches since 1929 have had -what .might, be termed successful won-lost records.- They are Paul, Berger and Tony Guzowski. The rest of the coaches mostly dropped, out .of- coaching. Moco Merced' was an -exception'. Hje went'on from here .to .coach college football and'was very successful. He is • now - athletic -director of the University of Dubu^ ' ' Fagre Construction Co. of Esther ville was third, with a bid of .$167,000. Bids were received for four additional and one deduction alternates to the general contract Low bid 6n the plumbing and heating contract was received from the A. C. C. Garner^ Plumb* ing and Heating Co. of Laurens with $35,890 on the main contract. Main bid of $36,943 from BreMenfeld and Son of Elmore, Minn. was. second low and E. L, Secory and Sons of Clean Lake were third with $37,970, Bids were received for two alternates to the plumbing • and heating contracts. • Pratt Electric Construction Co. of Algona submitted the low a main bid of $16,748. Bids fon in the amount of $13,585. Dewey Electric Co. of Ventura submitted a main bod of $16,748. Bids foi two alternates to the electrical contract were received. • -. Thorson, Gjelten and ScheUj berg, Forest City, are architect^ for' the project. • j The building will consist of a 99' X 44' worship uniti 14' classf rooms, kitchen, fireside roomf study and offices. Location is in east Algona west of the Bertha Godfrey school. | The executive building -com* mittee for the church cohsista of Oliver S. Carlson, chairman) Leon Martin, Richard Hurt, Ai J. Huenhold, Joseph SkoW, Paul James, Mrs .Fred S. Geigel, Mrs John Foth, A. F. Agena 4 and RieVi Myron 'Brower, ex*officioC For Burt Woman Funeral services for Mrs Edith Lena '-Cruhkh'ill, 46, 'well-known Burt woman, will'be held today (Thursday), at 2 p.m. in the Presbyterian church ,at Burt. v Rey. H. A. Smidt will officiate and burial will be in the Portland cemetery. McCullough's Funeral Chapelis in charge of arrangements; ; V , Pallbearers • at the services will be' Alvin "Rasmiisseri; Kenneth Trenary, John Miller, 'Stanley Larson, . Ray Ringsdorf, ah d Luther Fairbanks. ' Mrs Trunichill died Monday at, ,St. Ann hospital, where she had .been a patient for two days; She had suffered with/asthma -since New 4-H Walter Sachs, Lakota, Dies; Funeral Monday Funeral services for Walter Sachs, 61, Lakota retired farmer, were held Monday at St. Paul'i Lutheran church at Lakoita. Rev. LuVerne Meinocke officiated. Mr Sachs died of a heart attack Friday morning. He was born Nov. 22, 1897, at Swea City and was married lei Mary Rippentrop hi Lakota. , The couple farmed in Ihe Lakota and Swea City areas until retirement five years ago. Survivors include his wife, two sons, Merle of Waterloo anc Virl, Lnkota and two daughters Marlcne and Mrs Roger (lone Aukes of Lakota. Expect Guilty Plea Today In Gahan Forgery Case It was reliably reported from lumbolcll, yesterday, that Dennis I. Gahan, 34, would enter n plcn >f guilty to n charge of uttering i forged instrument today, Thursday in Ihe Kossuth County Court- louse before Judge Harry Narey. The change from Mumboldt to Algonn was mack 1 at the request if legal counsel for Gahan. The notion would still be technically in Humboldt county district court, oven (hough the plea is .scheduled to bo entered here at 2 p.m. Judge Narey is presiding over the Humboldt term of court which is now in session. in m county boys 4-H officers, elected here Saturday, are shown et above php to: '.THesy. are, left to right, Duane Metzger, 'Whitte$reporter; ••JDaniel 'S^ow 1 ; Wesley,, secretary-treasurer; Dean ' 3wTde the 'daughter of,- Anthony and , Edith Collinson Jandl; was "married to tMenhTett;? hill, May 1, 1931 and the couple tanned east of Burt for many years. Mrs Trunkhill was a member of the Burt Presbyterian church, a member and officer of Kos* suth Chapter 201 of the Order of Eastern Star,.a member of the O.E.S. Past 1 Matron's Club and an active leader in 4-H .work for many year's. 'Surviving are her husband; her | parents, Mr and Mrs Anthony Jandl, Titonka; four daughters, Mrs Sherald .(Merilyn) Sy'dnesj Ames; Mrs David (GDeloris( Weston, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mrs 'Harold (Npreta) Drav, Long Beach, Calif.; 'and two sons, Richard and' Mennett, Jr. at home. Two brothers, Eugene Jandl, Titonka; and Robert Jandl, Malac, Minn, also survive as-do three sisters, Mrs Clarence (Elda)i Diers, Bancroft; tyTrs Hanford OLoreen) Brock, Woden; and Mrs George (Lavina) Sengbusch of Malac, $&•*• Gjjv/i. LC* j -jLsat.ii^.1 ' i*jj>vs w | 11 \*ai\,jr tl o\.%-» \,j,«* jr - i Is, AJgqria, president.;, and .Ronnie Lihde,' Swea Dther candidates for offices were Duane Hilber Minn., There children. are three grand- . t ,Tony Guzowski , • A' tip-ioMhe-ha't to Coach Tony Guzowski, now over at East Waterloo. His current team is rated No, 2 in the' s^ate after dumping undefeated Mason City. While at Algona, Tony .^always seemed >4o conoe up with at least one win a season which he had no~ license : to. -win — but did. The Old Donkey is still pulling 'em out of the bag, it seems! . • ', :.'.:',.'; *." ., *. ' ,* ' MAIL BAG: ''Like it fine here, but enclosed find subscription, check fo'i- your paper.. 'We like to Know what's going- on." Jim Wychor, Musk* egpn, Mich. . < , *Ifave received and enjoyed the paper every week" •*— Dr. R. J. TMssen, St. Petersburg, Fla. ",' - -, •'•# -.'. -. * * • ' •-,, ., Dedicated to Shorty Hutchison and his new police "gOTcart" . , . What greater joy ( Could there possibly be -Than finding a meter ^ With; time for FREE? - - ' " ' ' : • • Ledyard Youth Loses Finger lii Gun Mishap <Darrell Johnson, 17, son of Mi and' Mrs Burton Johnson, Ledyard, was taken to a Blue Earth hospital Sunday after a shotgun ejcploded in 'the palm of hia haijd. The index finger of tha 'boy's rig'h''t hand'was amputated and he cannotuse three other fingers on Jhe hand at the present time. .•/;:• --, % .'•'.' , It is not known ait! the present time if amputation of other injured portions of the hand will be candidates for offices were Duane Hilbert, St. Joe; Wayne nson, Bancroft; and Gaylen Witzel,' LuVerne. _..e election and annual. meeting was. held in the meeting room in the Farm Bureau building here. The new president and the other officers, have all been active in 4-H club 'work in their areas for several years and will 'head the county organization for a year. (Extension Office Photo-UDM Engraving). necessary qr not. The was starting on a (not te be taken 'too Ktex'ally^but an of f ^he-cwf f . observation sf a ! than? »n*&ri*tes thw» §rt old doctors. crow 'hunting. . expedition, when, the misihap < occurred. The gun was left standing next to a building and when it began to fall toward the ground, young John-i son made a grab for it and the gun discharged. He wa? treated at Blue Earth, then transferred to an Albert Lea hospital. Five Wedding Licenses Issued •Five couples were 'issued wecU ding licenses by County Clerk Alnii : Pearson during the past week. They went to:' Oct. 15 '—•' AJyjn E. Richardson and Sandra Beck,.,§wea City. , Oct. J7 T- Gerald Streit, Whit temore, . and - JSllen Hutphinson, Bancroft; Harry p,,Wray and Carqlyn Carman, .Algona! and Donald CJ. Johnson and Evelyn Schwartz,- Siwea City. • -Oct. J9 «-* £hartes Sawyer «nd Jeanne, Reding Wesley Woman's Brother Victim Of Corn Picker Wesley — Mr and-Mrs Franklin Fox attended the funeral for her brother, , Fred Baade Jr., 39, in Peace Lutheran church at Marcus Saturday. Mrs Baade was killed in a corn picker accident Wednesday. When he did not come in fon dinner by 12:30, Mrs Baade, with two small children, walked out to • the field where they found his mangled body and the corn picker still running. Mr Baade is survived by hi widow, five children, his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Baade of Titonka, three brothers and four sisters: Bill Baade, West Bend Henry Baade, Rolfe; John Baade, Fort Dodge; Mrs Tony Ca'mbrs and Mrs Ernest Wise of Redwood Valley, Calif.; Mrs Francis Anderson, Humlboldt; and ? Mrs Fox 15 Rural Chorus Members Attend Ames Festival Members of the Kossuth Coun- y Women's Chorus went to Ames Oct. 9 to attend the annual State Festival of County Women's Choruses, which is held at' Iowa State University. This event is the culmination of a year's work on special music which is issued to all the choruses in the state each fall. A full day's program is planned for the participating choruses, beginning with the judging of the individual choruses' singing by an especially selected festival judge. Because of illness and various County Career Day At Swea City Oct. 28 City — Career Day for junior and senior studenits of the county, with exception of Algona, will be held at Swea City Wednesday, Oct., 28. About 34 classes will be offer* ed the students with each one having the choice of three ses» sions for the .day. Some 440 students are expected to attend the all-day meetings. The noon meal will be served at the school lunch room. The 8th graders and below of the Swea City School will not have classes on Oct. 28. Parent- teacher conferences will be held that day. Two Contests |h Algona City Ballot , Nov. 3 F.ive of nine city office-seekers, including-^ the mayor and four cpuncil posts, will be, unopposed w.hqn election time rolls around h.ere Tuesday, Nov. 3. Only two contests, in third ward and one a't-l|irgc,post, developed. When filing of petitions closed, officially" at 4 p.'m. Monday, it became apparent that only two council posts would be! contested -at least on- the.'printeoS ballot ^rhgr.e v is,, always the possibility pf"write-in campaigns at the last minute, and while none have been rumored, several hqve developed down through the years. Second Woman Files Mrs Ellen Evers, who reside in third ward, became the seconc woman to file for city office in the forthcoming' election. Sh< will oppose Joe Elbert, who filet for the office earlier. He has been serving the Unex-pired term of his , brother, Arnie, who was removed from the council wher city, ward lines were changec several weeks ago. Harold (Si) Roth filed for thq two year councilman-at - large post and will oppose Ken Peirce who also filed for that position For the first time in severa years, Algona's mayor will be Claim Names Forged A charge of uttering a forged instrument wus filed against Gahan last Oct. 14, ut Humboldt, by Harlyn A. Slot-be, county attorney of Humboldt county. The ciise involved a check for .fit,290.40 which Was druwn by the Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n of Algomi, for n loan which proved to be a vacant lot which Gnhan hud purchased, according lo Mumboldt county officials. The check was made payable to Mr and Mrs Edwin R. Bjornson, who now live in Fort Dodge. They originally sold the lot to Gahun or $900. Gahan hud not recorded he deed, Stoebe said. Application was later made for a oan under the Bjornson name for a home on the vacant lot. Prosecuting officials said a picture of another house was offered in applying for the loan, and this home was shown the appraiser from the Home Federal. The names of Mr unopposed. filed and Mayor C. C. Shier! will seek his third verso side of the chock when it was presented for payment by Cuban to a Mumboldt bunk, the prosecution cluims. Ask Firm Audi! Here C. R. LaBairc, president of the Home Fcclcinl Savings & Loan of Algonn, nftcr evidence of the charges came to light, asked for an immediate local audit here. Five men HIT now on duty audit- inn 'In 1 local concern, which is fully covered by federal insurance. Giihnn is Luilarre's son-in- law. Mumboldt authorities said other transactions have also conn; to light since the investigation begun, but the actual charge filed concerns only the Bjornson loan matter. An announcement from Home Federal here earlier this week said that "the activities of Gahan in no way prejudiced the safety of tin. 1 institution." The local concern was an innocent victim of Gahan's manipulations. The Guhan Insurance & Real Estate of Humboldl wus sold effective Monday to Ben Miller, u former salesman from Humboldl, it was also slated. U was reported from Mumboldt that Guhan hud signed u confession to uttering a forged instrument, and that he hud admitted geting some $00,000 in six louns. Whether or not any of these other loans were handled in the same and Mrs Bjornson were signed lo the mortgage and on the re- Case Of Karp, Lakofa Holdup Suspect, Opens Four Algona persons, Mrs NHlif Van Allen, Mrs Beth Miller, Hollis Benschoter and Atha Hardgrove, were selected to •if-rve on the federal court jury now hearing the trial of Valentine Karp ut Fort Dodge. Knrp, accused of nobbing the Farmers Trust and Savings Bank at Lukota June 10 of this year, has continually denied participation in the holdup. The Hartland, Minn, man is charged with three counts of rob- bory and is accused of "entering the bank office, stealing $687 from the bank and assaulting and placing th« lives of bank employees in jeopardy." He pleaded not guilty to all charges when he was arraigned .Sept. 15 ut Fort Dodge. Karp was arrested nine dayi after the robbery by authorities at Kalispell, Mont. He became the prime suspect in the case when bank employees identified his picture from several sub- nittecl by authorities working on .he case. The holdup man- entered the bank .shortly after 9 a.m. June II and threatened to "blow you both to hell" because he did not get way wus not indicated. Gahan is being represented by Linnun & Lynch of Algona, and' County Attorney Stoebe is handling the state's case. Rites Held For C. F. Berggren Of Swea City (Funeral services for C. F. (Fred) Berggren, 79, long-tame Swea City resident, were held Saturday at the Swea City Baptist church. Rev. Leroy Carter officiated and burial was in the Harrison Township cemetery at Swea City. Mr Berggren died Thursday at ;he Fairmont hospital. He had ueen in failing health for some time. His wife preceded him in death a year ago. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs Helen Boggart, Green Valley, Calif.; Mrs Wayne (Marion) Thompson, Swea City; a son, Robert, Rochester, Minn.; and 12 grandchildren, other reasons, the 25 regular only fifteen of members wer* able to make the trip to Amesi this fall. The director, Phil Faaborg of Titonka,. and 'the accompanist, Mrs Jack Nyman of Bancroft, accompanied the group. •\ • "I ! .H.-..I...IP. Graveside Rites Graveside rites were held Tues.- day. -at Rangsted for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs Axel Thompsen. The baby, was 'bprh prematurely Sunday at H,oly .Fawny .hospital at-Esthery.iile' anc died the neart day- PurJai was if) St. 'John's cemetery ." with,Carlo Peterson officiating. Truck Overturns J[ohn J. Meyers, 30, Algona truck 'driver, escaped injury when'the truck he was driving got too close to the edge of a gravel road, slid into the ditch and overturned a mile north and a>mile ( west of West Bend at 5:15 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15. The truck^ owned by Jim Camp, Algona, was headed east at the time of the crash, according to Patrolman. Bill Tordoff, who made no estimate p.f the damage to the vehicle. term in office. • Council candidates who arq unopposed include Barbara Haggard, fourth ward; Stan Muckey, first ward; Jim Whittemore, second ward; and Gene Furst, four year councilman - at - large. Muckey's term is for two years the others for four years. Mrs Evers or Mr Elbert will serve two years if elected from third ward. As had been announced earlier, Vic Parsons and Byron Richardson, councilmen - at - large, and John Drqesman, fourth ward councilman, will, not seek reelection. All stated they did not wish to serve as councilmen for another term. In Other Area Towns Here is a rundown on candidates reported from other towns in the county: Burl — Mayor, Nels Nelson, incumbent; councilmen, J. L. Miller, Don Patterson, O. H< Graham and E, P. Frederickson, incumbents'; and George Becker. Swea City — Mayor, Earl Hanson, incumbent; councilmen, Al fred Anderson, Lowell Roberts, Martin Dahl, Gifford Smith and Monford Peterson, incumbents and Edwin Schwartz. Bancroft — Mayor, P. J. Schil-, tz, incumbent; councilmen, Walter Davis and George W. Kockler, incumbents (by appoint ment); and Ralph W. Cay ler William Kennedy; Donalan Shil- Ijngton, W. R. Shoenhair, Don Welp, Arthur Long, Frank Bauer and E. J. Shillington. Lakota — No-report of a mayor candidate; councilmen, Fred Christ, Jakie Peterson, William Kan-ken, Herman Jutting and Paul Kockler. — Mayor, Tom Forbur ger, incumbent; councilmen A. L. Peters, Ex-SweaMan, Killed By Gun A former Swea City man, Asma L. Peters, 49, was killed Tuesday, Oct. 13, at his home at Bemidji, Minn, by an accidental discharge of his .22 calibre rifle. Mr Peters was leaving the housq and was going to attempt to shoot a fox when the mishap occurred. Funeral services for Mr Peters were held at 2 p.m. Friday in Ilia United Brethren church at Dawson, la. Burial was also at Daw- sori. According to the sheriff at Bemidji, Mr Peters apparently tripped over a high threshold as he ran from the house. The gun went off as he fell and the slug rom tho gun entered his head elow the jaw. He died a short ime after the accident. Mr Peters, his wife and family ived at Swea City a number of ears ago, then lived a! Fairmont nd Mason City before moving ) Bomidji several years ago, lurvivors include his wife, Eva, nd five children, Larry Peters, >wca City; Sharon ('Mrs Harry Davis), Des Moines; Janet, Linda and Geraldine art home; and three randchildren. Soybeans, Corn Good; So Is The Weather Fall plowing is progressing rapidly and soybeans are more than half combined as the week brought typical Indian Summer weather. According to Extension Director Dean Barnes, the beans are bigger this year with the yield running 25 to 40 bushel per acre, a 5 to 8 bushel to acre average above last year. Corn picking is just getting a good start in the county. While some corn is not as good as last year, the average is probably slightly better than last. Wind damage in the northern part of the county is making picking toufih in that area. Pastureland is in good condition. Except for July, pastures Jews 'Women's Corps of Bancroft en- Army listed in. the Corps, Oct. 14. Sh« is hoping to ^e inejuided in • a specif Betachr ment which w&l be assigned to in the near future. Ray JColJasch, Wilfred Loebig Ed Johnson arid John Muehe. The council race at Bancrof promises to. be most interesting The-10 candidates will battle i ive council posts, $nd aj th,ore aje ^wo iwcumfeent an$, Koefclejy none of th /has evei' been .on ^uslyv -Davis- an were- appointed to fil vacancies earlier. Man Bound Over For O.M.V.I. Mac R. Nicoson, Rock Rapids, was bound over by Justice C. H. Ostv/inkle to the November term of Kossuth district court on an O.M.V.I. charge this week. Bond was set at $350 and furnished. The case had been continued previously. Arrest was made by high way patrolman Bill Tordoff. Also in Ostwinkle's court were 12 night speeding cases. Richard Robinson, Algona, paid a $25 fine- E. J. Capesius, Whittemore, $16 Alvin A. Recker, Corwith, $15 M. W. Von Bank, Bode, $13; Robert L. Houston, Corwith, $10 Dean I. Carpenter, West Bern and Lafe V. Oxley, Jr., Corwith $9 each; Marl in A. Meyer, Cor with, Wayne R. Arndorfer, Al gona, and Robert L. Buscher, Al gona, $8 each; Donald P. Wagner Bode and Clyde E. Shottenkirk Swea City, $6 each. John J. Meyers, Algona, paid a $5 fine for failing to have a chaui'fuer's license. Costs were additional to all fines. were good all summer. This week's official eadings: Oct. If) 68 Oct. 16 50 Oct. iV 54 Oct. 18 63 Oct. 19_- 72 Oct. 20 61 Oct. 21 — weather L 33 43 24 83 40 30 37 what he considered enough money. iHis remark was aimed at Manager C. C. Gerzema and Mrs Mary Jutting, cashier, of tha bank. Gerzema and Mrs Jutting identified Karp as the bandit during the trial at Fort Dodge Tuesday. An escape was made, despita the use oi numerous road blocks -•' in the entire areavand the bandit was successful in his'get-away until Karp was arrested and charged in. Montana. He used o revolver, Which he pulled from his shirt at the time of the robbery. The bandit spent two days in Lakota before the holdup, and was supposedly trying to sell some sort of farm firo alarm system to area persons. The beginning of Karp's trial Tuesday was prefaced with a hearing before Judge Henry Graven on a motion filed by tha defendant to suppress certain government evidence. The defendant is represented by Edward Flattery, Fort Dodge attorney and the government is represented by F. E. Van Alstine, U.S. district attorney and Philip Lovrien, assistant U.S. attorney, both from Sioux City. The jury consists of six men and six women. Besides the Al- gonans, Joseph E. Kay of Cylinder is serving. One of the twq alternates is Engelbart F. Logemann of Swea City. Annual TB Meeting The annual meeting of the Kossuth County TB and Health Association will be held this Saturday noon, Oct. 24, at the Algona Hotel. Christmas Seals and supplies will be distributed to all own and township chairmen Named To Committee Lakota — Supt. J. W. Cook has been appointed to serve on the audit review committee of the Iowa High School Athletic Association. Mr Cook has also been nominated as a candidate for a vacancy on the Board of Control of the Iowa High School Athletic Association. The final election will be held the later part of 'this month. Mr Cook has been Supt. of the Lakota school for 16 years and .is girl's basketball coach. GRID GUESSERS CONTEST Minor Damage Two cars collided Oct. 13 at 2:45 p.m. 1V<! miles south of Algona at the entrance .to the Orton Fruit Farm. Irina D, Cooki Algona, was driving a caj going north and was starting to pass a c^r driven by Matilda B. Steinman, Algona, when the gteinin^n car ma4q a left U|jrn. Damage to the GpoK car was estimated at $10; 4nd th.e Steinjnan c&r received $50 •damages. Sheriff Ralph W. Lindhorst i By 01' Man Mose To win last Saturday's Grid Guessing contest you almost had io throw the book out the window. The "experts" were no help at all. Fourteen games picked correctly out of 20 paw oft for ihe winners., First place went to Howard W. Thompson, RFP 2, Bancroft. He had 14 right and a high game total of 58, Actual, high game was the Columbia-Harvard contest with 60 points, In second place was Kay Bradford, Algona, and taking third was C. F. Schlievert of Algona, each with 14 right. Qn the Honor Roll, also with 14 correct but fwr*h« off on high game total were John F, Shay Jr.. of Bancroft, and Tom Kenefick and Ken Geilenfeld both of Algona* Incidentally, about a half dozen entries were receive^ but postmarked after W noon on Saturday. They wers not counted. Postmarks must be by Saturday noon OF thft gTM*»*f * cannot be entered. ' -« ;, ' 4' In the i? correct bracket were M*f B. J, Bradford. Carol Kenypn. Parreld Bunkofske, Walker, Mrs OryUle ,K|n4«^ Mr* Le Sig Wocd, David Schneider and Bill Jerry Hupp! low* CUyi ffeU J, Wjn*«r» Alice K}eiJv|*x*onj Job* f, of Bancroft;, and Mr« we#k is - -> ;.. & '^'H

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