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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 4, 1945
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11 *6Ll6', DREAD DISEASE that Invaded, the north ; states thlS'fall, tpok its first victim 5; in > Kossuth' county, Saturday^ S Larry Fraser, 11, son of Mr, and ''•' Mrs/Jos Fraser of Algona, passed :•'• away Saturday morning at the stats' university hospital, Iowa City. Me had been taken there the preceding Saturday after a brief illness. Funeral services were held Wednesday at the McCullough chapel with Rev. N. A; Price Of ; the Methodist church in charge. Burial was in East Lawn Memorial Cemetery. Pallbearers were Kenneth and Howard •' Sarchet, "• Wm. Tjaden and Kenneth Brah- dow. In addition to,-his parents; the following brothers and sisters survive: Mrs. Bernard Miller, Ma- Son City; Ronald, Algona; M-T Sgt. Robert F'raser, .Fort Dearborn.-- Mrg, Ellsworlth- BrandoW, ; Algona,'Virgil, SI* Ithaca, N. Y.; Lois, attending, school in Mpls.i Pvt. Lewis, Scott Field, 111.;.and . Phyllis and Harlan, at home. ; "'i,. " ',*•'- *••• * ;; 'l f SECOND *POLio' CASE in the ;u : immediate .vicinity of Algeria Was j^' reported from Doan, Where Fran-, . ces Jean, S J£V- daughter of ;Mti' and /.Mrs, Gerald; Bahllhg, Wh6 live' ... northieast of Sexton, was 'stricken. -• The little girl is now at Iowa 1 .City; : Mr. ancl Mrs. O. E. Hott Of Algona *rid Mr/ and Mrs. Frank Bahlingf Burt,, are .grandparents,, of -.the >. — . "dh'dltibn* Wttf' -not re- B^csitibalftaridiiti was be- -^'"iievea^he would respbfad tb treat-"-•' ment.'": . -' ".•:••:'•'.:•',•',. .f* , ESTABLISHED 1865 s * • •" :-.'-':•;'.'•:, :.V<; ^'"«?JX2*M4«Sf »;».L-:^S|||P|P||||| ^felitfeiill ^'V^'i'vvv^'W y&Ah'iS ALdONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1945 Twelve Pages ¥OL. 80— m>: 1,000 PRISONERS LEAVE CAMP HERE . •have 'iQitS/^'JiuSkie' 1 filshlilg ', •vitefc ,'fed?-th!s; ar'tffl. 'In Conjiiahy with* her fcusbanq and Mr." and 'Mrs. W. A. Lbr^nzi^she sriaggecl a 24 Ib. fish in northlpri Wisconsin j recently. The oioefs "also ran." :" ".-/:,. •• ;., » ; -*.'*:,-- , : .. .. POSTHUMOUS AWARD of the air iri&ial and oak leaf cluster was made Igst Saturday morning at the • Algona prisoner-of-war camp'.(ta Mr. and Mrs. Hershel W. ' .Th'biripiiori, ;:720 South, Minnesota St:, ofr behalf of their son, St.-Sgt. dRobert* W. Thompson. The soldier lost His life In jfirie, 1944; on an air raid over. Germany.; Previous awards :of , a citation of merit and Purple Heart had been made. •.'•?•-.: i'..* -* * /-"•• •• • ' :-. IN f PORTLAND TWP., Harry Christ|ahsen is. living on ' blopd supplied -by '25 neighbors, -who' responded to a call for blood when •Ohrls'tlansph!s condition became such thft transfusions -were needed. Portland folks yrho. supplied ' blood 'ibr 4 the transfusion included Ronald ^arid.; Phyllis 'Christiansen, . ., ,._ . . Algtitia Grocery and Garage Rifled In Weekend Thefts m Virginia ' Crahan Mrs. Kate Walk—^Icaft Lucas * * * Leona Smith—Helen Pink . • * * » ' ' • Sophia Heeren—Kathleen Gappa * * * 17 New|Teachers 0n School Faculty GM A Welcome Elizabeth Johnston—Shirley An-' Ann Carver — Margaret Ann likcf-'. . • . .: ;...:.,.....; Beardsley „•,....•.,..;.•;,:.•.... - . children of Harry.; and Ted' Rings- 'dorf, Wilbur Stewart, , Jesse I Harms] JFern and .Wayne. Drone, dUford- Young, Donald Ringsdprf, /Neuman. and Edw. Wqli, ; Four Licenses To ~ Wed Issued Here Four marriage licenses were issued in the clerk of Court's office, this past week.: They went to: • Jacob J. Strouth, Ashton, la., .and»..Thecla Eisenbarth,' Wesley, Oct. 2. .- .' ... , I••;..'.;•'• '•' Heinrich E. Hauck,'; Humbbldt, and Elma L. Boettcher, Lone Rock, Sept. '26th. ;• '^- . LeRoy Stoffel, Algona, and .Alma, Grandjenett, i St;' Benedict!; Sept;>27. •.".••'.•; ^f.^'.^i'" Henry 3. Marrtach.j Bancroft.' and Leona Kissner, Rlngsted^Oct.; died -atehis; ihbme iji. 'Algona,^ "s>\ai- ; :<day night.VHe suffered a heart at' tackiearlier'<ri'the evening. Fiirier-, al.'seryices ,Were held Wednesday at '.theKMcCullough Chapel, with Rev. }f. A. Price In-charge. Pallbearer*!- were Cliff prd Srhlth, Vesmei Reibhbff, .Walter Klamp, W. E.-McDbhald 'and .Fred Geigel. In addition to the widow, 'two brothers, August of Lakota, and Henry of, Milwaukee--survive. Mr. Gutkne<;ht was born ;in, Wisconsin, married fat. Burt, Dec. 22, 4897, to IdavMaejGodden, and was a but- termak,er>for 19 years, then ; fan a .restaurant for 22 years. He re- r Aired, several years ago. lAPTWEDUE aid 'Mrs.'*: Julius' Peterson eived word last Thursday from er^ori, Rifesell Larkin, a prisoner since Corregi- or, telling them that he was -leel- _ ok and" expected*to get home before?'4ong, The letter was..:in [Russell's own hand writing, and p\e ask«d to be remembered to his Pfriends; He also stated that he 'Write more as 'soon as he t knew, when he could get home. Russell was in prison camps ree-and-one in Philippines, but ;sent: f to Japan last January, to. word received from government. It will be JJve years next February since Russgll fnlisted and he has not been- home since, as he was>sent pijt a month after enlisting, Bill Dearchs Home 1 Munyer' recently:re(Seived "a cita> tion for "bravery'• fn actiorv" ; and •was awarded .the' bronze star •medal. Since this, time 1 Sergeant Munyer • 'has' been- advanced 'in rank to,'Staff Sargeant, He has been in : service,over 3 years arid overseas for 30 months. The citation'ife'ad: " "'\ "Sfirgearit Edward' Ji'Munyer, Corp. of Engineer,'United States Army:'For heroic achievement in connection with military operations against the* enemy- at- Zamboanga, Meri- dano, P. I., on March, 10, 1945: Sergeant' Munyer,' a"me'mber 'of an engineer boat-and.|hor£,r,egiment, displayed greatfp&vfer, ness under fh-e irt the 1 Zamboanga. 'When* tars : subjected the n beachhead to a deyaistaj barrage, he was,on -'-" ground- dispatching' trucks -to, dischargingV Li S. T's, Although the,? shell *bwpts Tvere •accurate /; and "damaging; •£ he continued to direct the.jjjiucks, and reassure the;drivers wjtpout regard for'his:pwn>safetj%"" "Sgt. Mi»ver?8'Jnbtheis -lives in Rugby; N. Dlr but he made his home here for quite a few years. He is--a brother of Mrs. Charles Bashara and before his enlistment was employed at the Rock Island lumber yard here. QUIET TERM OF DISTRICTCOURT OPENED MONDAY .The present term of district court, which opened Monday, got away to a comparatively; slow and uninteresting start. >'.'.r ? 'This Was not-anyone's fault, except that there were very few matters to attend to at .the moment. Judge G. W- Stillmart is on the bench for-the present,term.". •Neither grand jury ''or' petit 'be summ,oned( aslon mor- jy ; .won . «4?:|iqinB Friday; from -the; he spenj, the past tjhree years an4 .nine, Luverne Band Gets $100 From Auction LuVerne: The Band Mtothers Club held ^n, auction sale 'and served pie and coffee in the city hall Saturday evening, they cleared $} 00.00 from the sale. A, A, Schipull was the awctioneer at the sale, . . • • ' • . •' * - •f Preceeding , the sale the; march.-? ing band wnder the direction <• Mi^s ^phanie Cowling, niusic Instructor in the, liigh sqhoo} pj^rched d.owp main street, they played two s^eettons .while they nuu-phed, It .was a very nice per« formance anft it was And •''Jtf( i sJ'':MaH8rls...'»ttendlngf; ; The matter was continued until ' Oct." 17. ' The .couple have been /haying some differences of .opinion, -but neither wants a .divorce, - and the 'court and attorneys are trying to- -unravel the matrimonial snarl to -the satisfaction of all A 'divorce was 'granted;* Tuesday, by Judge Stillman to i Elizabeth Schneider ,' from/ - Henry Schneider. The cpupleVUved Jn Algona. Cru'el and inhuman 'treatment,' the usual' complaint, Was the 'grounds 'for. action. -•'••.' : A judgment for $43.59 was granted the Kohlhaas Hardware ' 'against John One foreclosure wz|S7 also f iled this week, .by he... Home Owners Loan Corp.'- .vs. Dennis and Blanche Hegarty, and involving some property in Algona. .-"-.•• •:. ' ; • By Miry Frances Carney ;" Algona has .. a •rMord-brea total of 17. new; teachers. j-irf-. •ptiblic'"4chOol system;''. ihis'fallj. ; 'K' -.' To help . acquaint ; -KossUth>.fOlk! " . . these . n^ -residents jo* - gona, this newspaper; offers '"t following "thumbnail;. -skej«h.'.'i : >o .each, of the newcomers, arid/ pit tureS also. , • - . • ••. ' — -",?'„ i Shirley Anliker, .Primghar,. ele; meritary vocal; Iowa' State 'Tead^. ers 'College, B. A. 1945'. First :yea of public teaching. 1 .-: Ann Garver, Fort Dodge, history, economics, speech; Iowa Stfite Teachers College, B. A. 1945. Firs year of public, teaching. ; !-ti Sophia Heeren, Pella. Erigltiij dramatics; Central College,. :§/; 'A' 1941. Four years previous experience, last two. at penison. ,.(..' .,-.. Elizabeth Johnston'," Tra'e'r,' biological science;. Coe College, Bi;A 1945. First year of. public teaching Mrs. Katie Walk, Hamptpfl Junior high mathematics; loV^i 'State Teachers '"CoUege, 2-y.ear eleriientary course. " Nine year's previous experience, last three." a Central City. , '•::••'. Sadie Crahan, Hanson, sixth grade; Iowa State Teachers College, two years; Colorado State College, one year. Nineteen years previous teaching, last 16 at Bar? num. ''••'.••.-. '•«.•; Helen Pink, Buffalo Center, : fi|th grade;.f,Ipw.a' State. Teachers Col- yearsi .Seven; years ;'£*& ' .'a! University -summers of 1944, >iOf'.v 1945. ..'.Seven ' ; .Kbssuth' countyIslflrst frost arrived last Saturday, with the temperature dropping to the lowest this fall, of 26 above. Date ; Hi...Lo Rain Sept, 27 -58. 45 ,OP Sept. 28 48 32 .52 Sept. 29 -, 53 26 -, . Sept. 30 ..-..,-48 38 '.07 Oct. I ,.57.- .42 ,07 Oct. 2 62 40 Oct. 3 ..........70 40 Snow fell last Friday, morning! melting ' immediately • however. Three years ago* on Sept- 24, Kos- swth, experienced a siiow or blizzard proportions, ••••:.•>. • . Jimmie Neville In Iowa Gity Hospital J}n>mie Seville, ishoe man, .is responding very nicely \? trpa^nent if pi? ,-?'».', WfPat wJ»er« lie has J§v«rt ^ days. City, been a Mrs. Neville : will go years previous experienceF'at -Rippey. T •" - '•'."•• '-"•; •>.•.£ ''•'• / Mrs. Lulu Yost,;, Des "Moines, fourth grade; i Nebraska:', State Teachers, .Nebraska Wesleyari Drake University, summer '43, two arid a fourth years. .Twenty-one •ears experience,... last , three a| inenandoahV .';-..7 ; • Jean Lucas, 'Fairmont, Minn., third grades Drake University, two years,- Mc(rnings}d<v iQne . yeaj. Three years-- at'Aktbh.,;.-..., •.. i - : >..-' ' 3«rs. Edna Oldaker(..;indianola, second grade; ;io*6i-State Teachers College -and -$llSigSSr( College, two-'.-years. Fourteen'- yeirs experience, last [year at Knoxville, Viviani Pink,- Buffalo Center, first gra'de;, Ibwa State Teachers College, two years,,State University tOf Iowa, summer -'41. Nine years experience,-" last two at Rockwell City. ,:'. . •Kathleen Gappa, Emmetsburg, fifth-sixth grades; Iowa State Teachers College,' two years; Last two i years at Manspn, three years experience., ;. • . i" Marie Obe. Jewell, second-third grades;-Waldorf, two years, Iowa tgtate Teachers College, summers '44, '45, Four years'experience, last two at Goldfield. Leona Smith, Algona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith, first grade. Iowa State Teachers'Col- lege, B. A. 1938, Pennsylvania State Teachers College, summer 1943, Eight years previous experience, last year at Morenci, Ari?;. Margaret Ann Bewdsley, Algona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. If. Beardsley; kindergarten; Iowa State Teachers College, one year, Clarke College, one year. No previous teaching experience. Russell Ouster, Denison; band. Mbrningside College, two years, Ipwa State Teachers College, B, A. 1940, Taught one year at Hanlontown- Received discharge from navy recently, Began teaching Monday, Welepme to Algonaf- , , jpr Algona Soldier . (Part i!- ; Sny4e*, son el Mp, Marie Obe—Mrs. Edna Oldaker TWO LIBERATED |ROM IPS DUE pREtURNSOj)N •VSafe return to, the..-states,: soon of two recently liberated prisOn- ers-of-war from Japan;'will-be of interest to Kossuth residents. FORMER SWEA CITY MAN, WA SE PRISONER, -COMING :,'',-• Swea & Eagle: Mrs. Philip •Halscomb and her aged mother ;Mrs. Swan Nelson, who makes her 'home with her daughter, received .word,, .long awaited,.. from . their ;t»'ii^,i"t; —'^' - — ^^"^I 1 *-l/^.i_ r .'" A T** A-: •nV'Ji^- j; •'-• , ; . ,... . frrothe'f•;•" and. "sbh;'.. Alfred'; Nel|oh ,.„- Jtnployed?-as'a",civilian can- struc^or b'n Wake; fell' prisoner .to the invading Japs, and was taken to Shanghai, .then transferred to Osakjs, Japan; where he was pul on a ; forced labor detail. He has been'away from home-about five years. ROCK WOMAN'S NEPHEW IS RELEASED Lofte Rock: Mwr/.EVeljtn Earing ha? received word::of^5the release of her nephew, Dale Earing,,from a Jap prison camp, and his transfer tp Okinawa.' She 'had. received two ^ards from hhn .during, his internment. He: was.taken .prisoner when :Corregidor tell in'May,. 1942. The ; soldier graduated from -Lone Rockt high school in 1936. He had lived! with h|s aunt, here, although his father, -Earl Earing, lives at Santa Maria, Califr UIVERNE BOY WINS HIS BRONZE STAR LuVerne; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinz. received a letter from their son, S-Sgt. Lester Hinz, now sta- ;ioned in Germany, saying that he iad been awarded the bronze star medal for meritorious combat in sustained frontline service during ;he period of March 22, 1944, to Hay 8, 1945, in Italy, France and Germany. The unit to which he is attached was planning a battalion parade to accompany the presentation of a presidential citation for hold- ng the extreme right flank of the nvasion, last August. . enrich Will Open Shop Soon E4 Genrich is opening a radio and electric shop, some time in the near ftitwre, in the corner base* ment un4 er the Council Oak He pjtan? on handling a line of r«4Jo5 and appliances, yet to be annow sn4 do radio service W?jki >' ' •'' .'-. - - ' • - ..' " irt9 entering work jvlth the In « civilian instructor cat ', 14 %»p in the radio " and wag located * n ESCAPED ELDORA YOUTH SOUGHT IN BURGLARY SKIES Three thefts, two of cash from Algon.a business places, and the third of a car, broke the two-year period of peace and quiet from breaking and entering, over the week end. At the Percival Garage, about $100 in cash was stolen some time Saturday night. A back window containing a suction fan was pried open and admittance gained in that fashion, by the thieves. The same evening, the car of Mi's. J. N. Kencfick was stolen from in front of 'the H. M. Smith residence, where Mrs. Kenefick was attending a party. The machine was found later at Pomeroy, 45 miles south of Emmetsburg, with an empty gas tank and a crankcase half full of oil.- Otherwise the car seemed to be unharmed. Some time before 11 p. m. Sunday, thieves entered the •Consumers' Grocery and escaped with about $140 in cash. Entrance 1 -Was gained by breaking a glass in a rear,' side door, and then pryiifg off the padlock. Albert Weishaar, city patrolirtar), making his usual rounds, discovered the broken door at 11 p. m. ; Police Chief' Cecil McGinnis stater that the robberies were the first in two years for Algona. It was admitted that clues had been obtained, but officials were keeping mum, pending developments which were expected soon. There was some speculation as to whether or not an escaped Eldora Training School inmate might be involved. The youth, Frank Grell, Jr., 17, was seen in Fort Dodge, Saturday, but escaped before police could arrest him. He .Was'known .to have stolen a ;'Ibwa;Fallsi-^earlier,-jin Ithe e/had fpreVibusly been- com-.: "4.W, •G*U n w* '^A«* V*wan1^!«irt"^»iWrt' , have!6¥enf''p?bssible : : have -driven' tb Algona, .committed several robberies, and fleij. Monday; the same 1 youth was again seen in Fort Dodge, but again escaped police. He now has his freedom as a result of his second ecsape from Eldora. ! CHAS. GOETSCH OF LUVERNE PASSES : Funeral. services ' for Charles GoetS(:h, who died Tuesday njbrn- ing at Lutheran thbspital; in 'Fort Dodge after' a lingering > ilmess, •were held. Thursday, afternoon at the Lutheran church :in Luverne. The Rev. L. Wittenberg officiated and v burial was in the LuVerne lemetery. Goetsch, who was 68, is survived by Ws Wife and~I2 children. They are Mrs. Ernest Behaendorf of Bancroft, 'Mrs;-' Andrew Niel"- sen of Luverne, Mrs. Howard McCrady of Livermore, Carl, of Luverne; Henry in the service, Arlie serving in Europe- Mrs. Joe Bowers and Mrs. Ed Jones of Water- .00, Fred of Luverne, Mrs. George Kraft of Kanawha, William of Luverne, and Delmar of California. G-oetseh, a retired farmer, had moved into Luverne two . years ago. Memorial Program At Camp Sunday; Public Is Invited Algona, Iowa (Special)—An inter>faith Memorial program, commemorating those who gave their lives in the titanic world Struggle recently completed, will be held at the prisoner of war Camp here Sunday afternoon, Oct. 7-. The program will be held in the Post Chapel from 3 o'clock to 3:45 and it is open to the public, Lt. Colonel A. T. Lobdell, commanding Officer, stated, "Especially invited are. the relatives of men Who gave their lives to preserve the American way of life," 4 Colonel Lobdell Said. Following the program in the Chapel, coffee will be served to all guests in the Officers club and there ( will be a tour of a portion of the American side, of the camp. Playing of the Star Spangled Banner 5 P-:m. will conclude the Memorial.' 1 ,Speaker for the service will be N. Levinson, Mason City attorney. Taking part on the program will .be the Luverne, Iowa, band, the Algona male quartet and Algona ministers. The invocation will be by Rev. N. A. Price, president of the Algdna Ministerial Alliance. Expressing the nation's sympathy for men who have fallen in all Wars in which the United States has been engaged in will be Rev. John P. Clyde: of' the First Congregational church in Algona, SL.Y. M. C. A. executive in World War I." /: ' •-.--.-.-'.•;. -•;..-.,.•: „,-•.-.-• ; For the members of the armed forces wjjo met death in this war, Either. r:R. V. Sweeney of St. Cecelia's Catholic church will express appreciation on behalf 'of the people of the United States. i. Colonel Lobdell -will give'a message of welcome to; the t outside guests '.While-; Chaplain^Everett- M. Rbbie v /bf thtfcamp-wflKpliv^Mth'e ' Mew Bus Line Over No. Kossuth Opens Swea City: The newly chartered Winnebago Bus Line of Mason City made its initial run from Mason City to Estherville, Saturday. The bus leaves Estherville at 8:00 a. m. in time to take on passengers who have arrived <w> the Chir :ago-Sioux Falls train, makes tops at all towns on highway 9 between Estherville and Manly as well as going into Bancroft and Mills, and arrives pt. Mason City at noon. Connections to Rochester are ,, L,ake Mills with the Jef* erson bus lines ari4 'at Mason City with Jefferson lines to Waterloo, SIDESWIPE; THREE INJURED Three persons were ' cut, bruised in an auto accident, day evening, on Highway 169 four miles south of Algona. : ,-; Fred C. Bastiah, Ft. Dodge,- ac r companied by his wife arid Roy Eichorn, were going south and started to pass a machine drlveri by Wm. C. Hanselriian'S of /West Bend. At that moment'Hanselriian began a turn at the Irvirigtbrt r cbr-' ner. The Bastian machine-left-t^e, road and turned over,.in'; a'Mdet- swipe that resulted. All dcctrpahts of.that-fiiac^Sl'e' 5 were 'cut--arid bruised. Hanselman ,.was; ijniri- jured. '. •'.'.- :;•':'.;''"-'-•;." The accident was duly--reported to Sheriff Art Cogley^s office. NOWiTJSTORY OF "GOOSE BEANr Swea City: This community, which came forth vith. a peach picking story last week, produces another one 'about "goose beans',, this week. . Last spring, Mrs. Walter Smith received some "heir loom bulbs" from a sister, and seeds which were identified as "goose beans." Seems that the late Lucy M. Fish of Algona, mother of Mrs. Smith, had brought .the seed from New York State some 35 years ago. Last week, when her sister visited her, Mrs. Smith inquired about the "goose beans", which did well--this season. Seems they had been a favorite of the family for many years baqk in York state. And—4he seed ; was originally found in the craw of a Wild goose which some ancestor -had shot. Hence the name, ''goose beans", and nobody yet knows just whst branch of 'the bean. fspu'ly they come from, .. SENTTO COLORADO FOR fORK; FIRST MOVE IN CLOSING Nearly 1,000 German prisoners of war wore sent from the Algona P-O-W camp to Greely, Colo., this past week, to fill labor needs in that section 1 of the country, the public relaibns office of the:camp stated ^Wednesday. This, is/.-the first step in eventual closing of the Algona camp. . ••••. : The prisoners shipped to Colorado included those jtr'bni* branch camps of the Algona base, many of whom had been eonrijftcted with canning plants that : are^ hot processing food any. longer this' season. ; .';'.. J.V.'.' ' J:%--f In Colorado, ihe',Gfermianjriwill work in th? beet'fieiaw; 'They;-vvill' not be returned to thki..cltt>t(.-".k;. ; • As labor' contracts arOUhdi-here'* are concluded,? additional ^jpriso'n* 1 :' ers of war will ,be sent' : frbaivhei'e;-- to staging' Area's" 'for ^eventual-: : J^i: turn to'Germany, In the meantime- the local camp still has :a gbodl& number of "customers''.' ..•! : IT'S FUN TQ BE A COMPANY CLERK, SOMETIMES^ Monday 'ivas the happiest, day---'. in his life -for Corp.- SpeneerY;F." •• Black, special orders clerk I at the* ' P-O-W, camp here. Qn: -Uvat^ xtor .•!.; he wrote up . a, special ordeft'spr . himself, which directed to a separation 1 , center fbr v :dii*'' charge [after three years of service.- _ y 4 '.' 1 '.- .•-•'_ •'•"•• ' ;,'.•://• To speed things up; :Cbrp. Black • will fly his, own plane to'.ifhe-' separation '.'center. Hetbwn^ :» Farichild 'ET-19, a Surplus army trainer, 'and holds a pilot's license. His home is. in Semihblej • pkla. During "the summer months ^'Wa^ family lived'' at-.' Clear-Lakeland Black fleyr,;.back and forth' on '• week ends:''! , '; A HOME TALENT '3-act tb be ppeseiited to the high school auditpriurn in .thfe neAr luturev'a'- . There will ibe 10' characters •and> a chorus iii;;the productibhi .iTKelma 't hi ^Mbrrow" is in of 'the'p^resentatlon.-'Miss -MbrrciW" is;:here thisiSveek making prepara-- ''' ' '' ' . , ''Mrs. :!-Wl ';Cj.' Gjiirtis, presidiint .of the biigani^atiph; stated J that*. 15* members wpre actively eiorgagedVin^ cbjftgutfee^KOJrk . • in ? conheQtibjciis : witH 'th'ejaf^aitr!^'--'?.;-*-'-^--'---^-'- *.; , : -T«ra4to/:$.:lEa^ri^heads'^ th«r 66mmit|ee.^r'riBifan«Afbr the rca'st, • wlthVMrs.«Phll!;^ohlhaas, assist- tog; -Ih3charg^\bfM*he: ticket;, sale v are Mra, est: ^^Anlikerr'JJrsHiAlberf GranzoW, » Mrs;-*": Al >' Amunson -and -.-JiMre, George ?Ct^iklm.;; : . ,-;•... '<, . .-Property .-committee members are Mrs 1 . R'. 'O." Blustrom arid 'MpB.,- Lloyd >Muc.k^y. bn: v the/puWtei^- conimittee'.iarfl' Mrs. Hr Ji Sh'er^. : ; man, Mrs/ '(Catherine Gilmore> Mrs. Katharine McEvoy and 'MrSi-V John . McEnroe, On the,Daby;con-> test 'committee -Vare ;'.Mrs. Hugh-s Post an<J Mrs.'B. D: Sandburg, ; ' Tickets will be 75c and 35c, ancl there will b« no reserved seats. First Casualty Of Season , . ~ •. • Minor Cases Heard, hi Justice Court Two pilnbr justice court cases were brought -before J. B, Johnston, the past few days. '• { -- .'.;'• Jasper J. Damath, Gitanore City, was fined W.50 and costs - on a charge ol filing to stop for a stop sign, anil Arthur A. Mickalek, Rolfe, was charged wttt» improper passing. His case .-was pending, v- State patrolman L, w. Pickih-% son filed, the charges. ---- - r $9,000 Repair Job jeg. Moines and Kansas City an, m . . m_.i_ - vtiAj— "D.... «.,j 4..fli» «««_ I yy6j5lGy< A casualty occurred hert.thtt wa§ o,ajry}ng?Ws arm in a islttg mthe e tq Chicago and Twin Moines from Mason City, sTOnt c *«|yen day U, ,->Rivifra- recitation Ol injuries sustained return trip : leave? ' Maspn ^jmmgadatisn Of m. fcgke WO® V Mfl bound ion bus an4 gymi He for the 4^^ ! ,i^'f:*-';'<'y!f^l^-fi:Sf'ifS^#K''&JK i a •>|y'lffv!s?.?^^^^^^^^^?^%

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