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PAGE TWO. ELECTION RESULTS Continued from page 1 ed. They are A. L. Copton, H. A. Blanchard, A. A. Krueger, Fred Flaig, Art Priebe. ALL .OFFICIALS RE-ELECTED IN TITQNKA BALLOT Titonka: All present members of the town government were reelected-Monday. H. A. French is again mayor, and Jerry Schutjer, Frank Fisher, Fred Hagcn, Kenneth Swan and Edward Sathoff were named cotincilmen. Mrs. Camilla Cooper had the unique distinction of being named both town treasurer nnd assessor. There was comparatively little opposition in the voting. NEW MAYOR, TWO NEW COUNCILMEN AT FENTON Fenton: Frank Behne is the Tiew mayor of Fenton, receiving 110 votes, Monday. His opponent, J. T. Waite, received 93. A total of 203 votes were cast. Named to the council wore Ed Priebe with 122 and E. W. Ruske with 103, both new men. Reelected were P. H. Jensen, 123;A. J. Krause, 113; and Wilbur Holldorf, 137. Other votes cast for councilmen: Wilfred Stocber, 69; Shelby Weisbrod, 75; Frank McFall, 70; Elbert Mitchell, 86; and A. H. Krause, 78. J. A. G. Smith was re-elected treasurer with 125 votes, and Paul Eigler was again named assessor with 100 votes, while his opponent, R. Eggerling, received no. IMPRINTS ON TOE RI6HT /HOCCflS/WEP FOOT OF* MAN,AUVN£AR,W) POG R30TP1?IAJTS/)TR/6HT /4W6LES WITH fflCH OTHER DlSCOVEKtV ABOUT FIVE MILK NORTH OF —y ^--*ww\rt wtJ&rsWto&difa * <•*% LL BAIRP DINNER, DANCE AT TITONKA FOR TEAM Titonka: The senior class of Titonka consolidated school sponsored a formal buffet dinner in honor of the basketball squad on Monday evening at 6:30 p. m., March 18. A formal dance, also sponsored by the seniors was held afterwards, during which king and queen of lihe high school were crowned. Arthur Buffington and Lois Peterson were the two people chosen by secret ballot of the high school. To Present Plays— Tuesday evening, March 26. four one act plays are being presented by the students and faculty of the high school. They will be presented at the local theater. A group of sophomores, supplemented by two juniors, Fanni;: Abbas and Clarence Bienken. will present "Swept Off Her Feet", an interesting account of what happens when two super-salesmen try to sell the wrong vacuum cleaner to the daughter of a competitive firm. "Herbie and the Mumps" will be presented by one .freshman, - Bat} DoWns, and several sophomores. .'Magnolia Blooms" will be presented by several seniors and the able assistance of Billy Ward, a junior. The feature of the evening will be the faculty's presentation of "The City Slicker and Our Nell". The cast is composed of the following teachers: Miss Bean, Miss Bagge, Mr. and Mrs. Swanson, Miss Abbas, Mr. Dunmire, Mrs. Callies and two seniors Irvin Rippentrop and Howard Stott. Flys Into Town— Gene Heifner. brother of Mrs. George Banacker, from Hamilton, Montana, has been visiting here. He stopped 'here for a few days on his way home from Lockhaven, Pa., where he purchased four pjtines. He was flying one of them home himself. FOR FUW, joiwep Taff/S&yT COMPANY AM 1AKR BECAME PES/6NER OF THE COI/ERS FOR COLLEGE HUMOR. . lam .,-.. --5,, - B/RTH PATES OF THE H.T/(0$£f! miLY, SR/WWELL lA. flRE PI VISIBLE A.?EN/1ME5 OF TEZCMERS IN THE SCHOOLS OF STORM LAKE, IA. Shinglets Expensive Lot Says Treasurer Junior Chamber of Commerce financiers are wondering aboui ihis! A discussion of how to shingle Iho building at the fairgrounds that houses the permanent Christmas scene, recently donated by and moved from ihe prisoner of war camp here, resulted in a club decision to do the work Ihemselves. Sunday morning a crew of some 18 lurned out to do Ihe work. However, as noon arrived, it was decided by a hasty vote that the club should purchase chicken dinners for ihe workers, which was done. The chicken dinners, plus the cost of shingles, plus the cost of nails dropped and spoiled, plus the incidentals, adobed up lo a total that now • make's members wondjer'-'f-it..- perhaps the job should have been let out on contract. But—a good time was had by all! Whillemore: Staff Sst. Ernest Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs, William Meyer Sr., arrived home Lri- rlay from Camp Orant, 111., wihere ho received his discharge. Ernest has seen considerable fish!ing. being wounded when he served with the infanlryin Holland, and was hospitalized for several months, and alter boinfi released from the hospital he was stationed in Austria. Valley Victory 4-H— The Valley Victory club held its regular monthly meeting Saturd- day at the home of Lena DeVnes. Roll call was answered by six members. Picture studies called The Mexican Child and The Frost were given by Geraldine Vier and Marcella Bruns. Miss Peckham was present and gave a very interesting talk on pictures, wall hangings, etc. Mr and Mrs. R. L. Kranlz, Billy and Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stott and Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pink of Algona were supper guests at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pink. Dr Huso Lindholm of Lincoln, Nebr., visited at the Adolf Mes.sal home and other other friends of years back. He has not yet been released from the service and has been stationed at the veterans hospital in Lincoln. Jean French went to Chicago on Thursday to spend a few clays. Arnie Ricklefs recently discharged from the navy, came home last week. Phyllis Andrews, nurse at the Park hospital in Mason City, spent a couple of days at home with her mother last week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dressman and Mr. and Mrs. Al Boekes returned home Sunday after spending -the week end at Freeport, II!. They visited Mrs. Dreesman's brother Prof. Schoon, and at the home of Al Boekes' parents. Dr and Mrs. Robert Wagner, Who moved to Glidden several months ago, arefthe parents of a baby girl. They have one other child, a boy. Mrs. J. J". Budlong returned home from Hampton after spending several weeks with her daugh- tere who i«side there. fBeity Krominga who has been employed in the Titonka telephone office, has given UP her position there for one at the Picketts clec- Iric Shop. Her sister Donna has succeeded Darjene Higgms as clerk in Intel-mill Gracery store. frank Starry and Frank Pealer w«re trying to buy the same residence in the town of Wyoming. Pealer obtained it but when he learned that Starry wanted it, he sold H to the latter. Starry now is Planning to remodel the house and botb^the Starry and Pealer lamilies will live in it. 8' i 11). I)aii!;litcr— Barbara Ann arrived at the Mc- C'reery hospital Tuesday, March 1!) and -was taken home in the S'.van- son ambulance Wednesday with her mother. The little Miss weighed li'.'i pounds and is the daughter of Mr. and Mr.-;. Edwin Greincrt. They have one other child a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Polrat/ visited with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potrat/, Lolls Creek, last week Sunday. Mr. and Mr«. Arthur Heidenwith, of here, Mrs. Lloyd Walker and daughter Sliarie Ann, and son Gai-v Allen, Mankalo, Minn., visited with Mrs. Bessie Walker and Emilie I-Ieidenwith in Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauek and sons Paul and Ivan, Mrs. Walter Strueckor and Mrs. Erwin Stru- eckor drove to Sleen, Minn,. Friday to vir.it at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck Sr. They returned home Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Leo Swanson went to Mason City .Friday morning to spend the week'end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shinn. Mr. Swanson went after his family Sunday. Their socn Leo Jr. spent last week with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bjuslrom and Mrs. Bessie Walker and Arthur Locke, Algona, were last week Sunday evening dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer visited fit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mover in Garner last w-eek Monday. The former is a nephew of George Meyer. Wm. Korrect, 76, Passes At Bancroft Wm. (Bill) Korrect, Bancroft shoemaker for many years, was found dead behind the counter in his shoe shop, about 9 a. m. Saturday morning. He had gone to the shop about 8 a. m. and some customers dropped in between 8 and 9 a. m. but walked out after not finding him in, totally unaware that the shoe man was lying dead behind the counter. He was 7G years of age. Dr. R. A. Evans, county coroner, was called. Mr. Korrect has a son, George, living at Laurens. Kenneth Brandow had a Ion- sillcclomy at the Mercy hospital in Mason City Wednesday. On Thursday his brother Ellsworth and his wife drove there to bring him home. Mrs Mary Buenger accompanied her son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Buenger, of West Bend to Fort Dodge last Wednesday, where they spent the day. . Miss Beity Crabbe of Mason City spent the weekend with Mrs. Glee Pitcher. Mrs. Pitcher rcutrned to Mason City with her and visited Ruth Crabbe, who has recently had an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd • Bilsborough have received word from their son Charles that a daughter, Rose Mary, was born to him and his wife March 9 at Yates City, 111. Mrs. Bilsborough lived in Elgin, 111., and the couple was married while he was in service. Mr. and Mrs^. A. L. Jackman and daughter Grace Ethel of Ames!, .ftave been visiting rela- t'lvlS Here the past wfeek.- On Sunday they and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ditsworth are sisters of Mr. Cruikshank. The Jackmans re- turnc-tl home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Leo Jaskulke is critically ill following another stroke Sunday morning. She had been gaining rapidly and was planning to bo up in a wheel chair in a short time" On Saturday her daughter Martha of Minneapolis and son William of St. Paul carne to spend the weekend with her and Mr. Jaskulke. Her illness came suddenly Sunday morning and she does not speak to any of the family nor is she able to cat solid food.' Her daughter Hilda has come from St. Paul to assist in her care. Kenneih Brown, son of County Agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown, came Thursday from Ames, where he is a student at the college. He is a member of the Iowa State college c ir.ccrt band which in directed by Allen Edgar and will )o:ivo to join the group. for their first concert of the .season March 24 at Carroll. Kenneth appears on the program in a saxophone quartet number and also on a saxophone sextette number. The itinerary of the band covers towns in northwest Iowa and 14 concerts will be given as follows: Dennison, Ida Grove, Odebolt, three concerts in Sioux City, Sheldon, Sibley, Spencer, Spirit Lake, EsthervJ'lle, Laurens, and Humboldt. This band is composed of !iQ members and a few years ago a similar group under Prof. Edgar appeared in the Algona high school and was received with much enthusiasm. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bueghly went to Ames Thursday and brought the latter's sister Miss Joanne Schoelerman, a student at Ames, home with them for her end of the quarter vacation. She will also visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Schoelerman at Everly. Mrs. itaymor.d Wobb returned Monday from Iowa City, where she has been with her husband, a patient at the University hospital the past six weeks. He recently underwent an operation for stomach ulcers, and has recovered sufficiently to be able to return home Saturday. Mrs Alwin Huenhold has been ill the past fortnight and on Saturday was taken to the Kossuth hospital for observation. Her mother Mrs. William Aalderks of Lakota is here to assume ;the household duties and care for her little granddaughter Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tuttle and daughter Marilyn and son Richard and Ruth Ann Burns and Lenore Hagg, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns, and Mi-, and Mrs. Edward Hagg, respectively, went to Minneapolis Friday. Mr. Tuttle transacted business in the city. Mr. and Mis. Waller Roberts of Atlantic, spent the weekend .in Algona as guests of the Ed Gen- riches. The Roberts formerly lived in Algona. Mr. Roberts is with the Metropolitan Ins. Co. ALGONA UPPER DES ,MOIJNES, D, H, Goed6«, formar Algenft merchant, was .operated on last week Tuesday at St. Luke's 'hos-i pital in Chicago for hernia and is recovering nicely, according to, word rocevied by Algona friends. He and Mrs. ..Goeders, wiho is With him, have been in Mdultre, Ga., this winter. Their daughter, Mrs. Norman Walker, lives in' Moultrie, and the .other .daughter, Mrs. Jeannette Falkenhainer, lives in Chicago, •. Rex Crilly Is again employed at the Algona :Maytag Store af-, ter 31 months in the navy. He; was discharged recently at Minneapolis and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crilly, met him there last week and brought him home. Vortion -Voyles-spant Saturday in Grinnell making Arrangements to attend college the^e -next fall. Mr. arid 'MM. Hktold "Fildh have purchased'the *Rich esta'te house on South Ridgcly street, now occupied by the Archie McDanels, and expect to take pos- : session some ~ time next month. They have rented an upstairs apartment to Mr. and Mrs. Harold .BHnkman of EmmetsbUrg, who will move 'to 'Algona soon. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wagner and their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Neuroth, went to Des Moines Friday after the former's, son, Sgt. Allen Wagner, who was recently discharged from Ft. Leavenworth, ,Karisas, after serving in the army 34 months. While they were in Des Moines the group Visited Victor's mother, Mrs. Jones. Mrs. -Peter Heidi, -who w.ifh her family have been living in Fort Dodge for the past few years, suffered a stroke of paralysis last Saturday and her daughter, Mrs. Roy Dittsworth of Algona was .called to her bedside. At last reports Mrs. Heldt's condition was reported as favorable. Mrs. C. T. Chubhiarriyed home Wednesday from Washington, D. C., where she had spent the past four months visiting her daughter, Mrs. L. A. Quinn. Don Hemmingsen reiurned Friday evening after spending two days in Des Moines attending a water softener clinic. A card from:Mrs. Gerald Gronwall informs us that "Jerry" has been made manager of the Economy Center Market in Centerville, S. D., after being assistant manager of the Rock Rapids, la., store. So far they haven't been able to find any living quarters in Centerville, so Mr. Gronwall •has been driving back and forth from Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs. Gronwall is the former Rosalie Swanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson, former Al- gonians now living at Sioux Falls. George L. Muller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Muller of Ottosen, received his discharge from the navy a few weeks ago. He had spent the -last six months in 'Tokyo ;Bay^and. Saipan. George was ; in x the" : riSvy*40 months and spent one year of that in thei Recruiting Station in .Des, Moines. i Patricia Plumb, 6th grade teacher at Pocahontas, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. .M. Nolte of Chicago visited Sunday with Algona relatives. Mr. Nolte is a nephew of the late Chas. Nolte of Algona. He is a technician with a manufacturer of welding equipment. Pfc. .James Will landed in France March 9 and is now stationed in Augdurg, Germany. He is attached to a 'bomb group of the army air forces. ' l /- ¥ V ' - T ;%Mi¥ ;; -? ? ' V s< V*, v - ? V '•? -Ths following auidmobil* d*af' ers *ttertded'<tni s ,&tftte afatofttSlJili dealer's convention'- last wefek^n IDeS'MoirieS; .[Mr, aftd Mrs. Ho 1 ** ard Hoertk, Mr, and''M«f. (Wayne Allen, Mt. afid 'Mrs. Jbhn Kirk and Clayton Percival. Gov. Blue wa$ one of .the speaker's. , Mr. and M*8, Robert Selzer spejit.a few dftysjiere from Min* •fieapolis vvhei'e ''Bob' 1 is -going -to J, J, Wilkinson Dies Unltteft Monies; Waft . •Tnajai-ifigUft Civil >eiigifteeiHn"g. I Mr. •atid^w.-TArstin .Lage*- strom rfettirhedi sFrlday ftoni ,Afnes, where -th£y Were"; taking some agrieulturalfeourses-at Iowa State, 'college. - At present .they have fooi-nS ati.the'hibme'.frt'-Mfs. W. K. Fergusdn, but eventually will .locate: on the-farm .north-of. Algona. t • -. • -Mr. and M"t*, 4 M^lr':Ooof)6tahd son Ronnie, of t)pa Locka, ; 'Fla,i arrived 'Monday for-" a mbnth'S' visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cooper and Mr. and .Mrs. Walter: Steven, ; arid other. relatives. Merle is- stationed at the- naval air' .base at Opa .Loeka.; -Mts. Nelite Van Allen ;and ! daughter Mary T. spent Sunday: at ifiritt with the former's -son Harold Van Allen and family. •Harold operates the Britt Cabin Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie R. Hellie of -Albert Lea are pareh-ts of a daughter born Monday. The baby is ; their first child and is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney. ' Mart Scheme! returns . lo Coe college ajt Cedar Rapids today after .-a few days spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Schemel. Shortly after/his return he 0 will go to St. .Louis to a -geologjj meeting. Mart was recently initiated in Schem, a senior merits', honor group at Coe. Juvenile Cases Due For Courts Here Three cases of juvenile delinquency in Kossuth county .are scheduled for hearings in the near future, County Attorney H. W. Miller stated Monday. The -youngster picked up last week after a break-in at the West End Pool Hall is scheduled for a juvenile court hearing on April 2. Three boys from Burt also have cases coming up in the near future, and two boys from Wesley are also slated -to .have their activities brought under court scrutiny. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long have received wo*d.,from.Qeo. Wilkinson of Des Moines that his fath* er i. J. Wilkirison died Saturday, MarcK"..23, at. the age'df 94. He had not been .feeling well lor the t pfl*t several'Weeks 8Hd oh TnurS* day got up In the night ahd fell jjtfef a chaif, .breaking his hip 1 ,', He did not fegaln consciousness, •Mr. Wilkinson nMl 'be •Uemein', beted by ^the ,ohler Algonlahs who will fecall that he -was county superintendent several years prior to the occupancy of th'dt office'by the late Ben Reed. Semi-Pro Cagers Meet At Swea City A 'Seml"'pro'basketball tourney, is slated for Wednesday, -Thursday •ahd Friday at -Swea 'City. The event is .being sponsored by the Swiea City LionS Club. A'-purse of, $100 is bcfng offered, arid proceeds from admissions over expenses will go for the benefit of the Junior .American -Legion baseball team of Swea.City. Teams are .entered from Swea City, Algona, Forest-City, Mallard, •Burt, Dolliver, Fairmont;and Arnolds Park. Admission is 50c for adults,'25c for high school students ahd .10c for grade students. A season ticket for $1',25 covers,all three nights of play. 'Wednesday night, Swea City and Algona meet at 6;30 p. m., Forest City and Mallard at 7:45 p. m., Burt and Dolliver at-9 p. m. and Fairmont and Arnolds Park at .10:10 p. m. Semi-finals.will be •Thursday and finals on Friday. ; ;Pets-Have-Gone. •Bobbie Knudson of 'Irwin has had bad,luck with his pets so far. Three years ago, his pet dog "Sparkey" was run over and killed. Last week, another truck was .instrumental in killing his dog "Pixie". :Last fall his white rabbit died. All that is : left for the little boy to play with'are his two \vhite -hens. FARMER Check On These Ite Electric Chicken Urt 300 Ghick Size soo v Siaie S29.95 h. p. 'Wayne Ai Gasdline Skid Tanks with Pump ,$8,75 •Atta^hmeiiit !for ;Mbld*Rbard .-"V -Plow • •-' ' ' •':•.. . ." •Hydraulic ManurelLoadfers Steel ;0 John Deere Sales - Service -Wiring .General Fai ™ Phone;850 Electric Machinery Algona, Jowa Appliances Upper Des Moines Want Ads Bring Results. Named Poetry Chairman Margaret -T3urant of Algona.i vice president of the Iowa Poetry; Day [association, has been named 1 district'• chairman to supervise; poetry projects in this area, at a! recent meeting of the .ougani/.a- tiqn. She"is filso chsfirmart of the V«:sfe Writers' clldfs April 1. house PAINTED SURFACE CLEANER ••Ktmovei .^Irt wHhouf mlilng. rubbing, rim log cr drying. Algona'S Exclusive Agency for the , FILTER QUE1M CLEAMEE The .one and only b^gless type cleaner that empties like a wastebasket. New Style, Dustless, Bagless Surpasses AH Previous Home Q«ff?ttfi*'' 1926 AJgQn*,Jpwa Gome KOHLHAAS for Your,..''.. SPRING CLEANING Glass <Cleaner > Just wipe • or spray it on ^ then wipe it off. Glass; will sparkle! Bottle 15c Wallpaper Cleaner Ideal for painted walls, as well as papered walls. Easy lo use. Can Furniture Polish A .general household polish—for both furniture and ' w °°d-'A'JC A work/Pint fe«l V BROOMS AL fine .quality h o u s e h o 1 d broom that will really last. 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