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•'gp. >" -jfWfjS"^ |,t,. IA NINE WINS K 412T04, FROM SWEA CfTY , high won Its / fifth baseball game, Tuesday ... of last week.at Swea ,. by a score df-12 to 4, . _-t, Cecelfa'd Academy nine |ost f neattbfeaker, 6 to 4, to fimftvets* •btrfrCftthollc high, there, day'aftemoon. VjThe two teams from Algona wefe toitfujet'Monda'y In the sec* tlonai baseball tourney at Titonka, '' Bit Second Innltif, A big second inning sewed up '" ^-tottSt for Algeria against City. Th* .Bulldogs scored rifns In that frame, after each rt hnd tallied three fn the first. *Bve errors hurt Swca" City, *while Algona managed to connect lor 12 hits while Swea was getting -si*., Skilling and Waldron each t.contrlbiitod triples, while Montgomery and Waldron each had a tWo bagger. ,« Johnson struck put 12 men while ; JfLundqutst set down six by the I '>,ssame route. Johnson gave six, base ( 0n balls and Lundqulst handed out jfoilr Walks. The Box Score. (12) AB iphcnson, 2b ...5 kogstrum, c .4 Caldron, cf 4 'Jrohnson,i p , 4 ' Crapser, Ib .• 4 . -.Skllllrag, 3b 4 3 jMeyer, rf .- 4 0 pCuhn. If : . 3 0 Ziegler, ss, , ....2 1 RE 0 0 ALGONA, lOWAf TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1946 Twelve Pages —Two Sections VOL. 81--NO. 18 Girl Archers Study World's Oldest Sport 34 -12 12 1 AB H R E .. f .3 0 Swea City (4) ."Vaujf, <cf Peterson; 3b .', 4 1 •Lundqulst, p 2 1 Montgomery, c .,;......;x....4 1 Tweetcn, .Ib .....4 2 Patterson, -2b ..;; ...:.. ..3 1' ;Deim, ss.. ,.:,..... .......3 0 Becker, If .; :.... .....:.2 0 rf ;;.:.;... 2 0 27 6 4 5 • BODE, BORMANN,' 5 LEAD ACADEMY ATTACK t A f.atal.-Jast half of the seventh v inning downed St. Cecelia against Emmetsbung Catholic high. c In the Algona half of the frame, Gordon--Winkel singled, stole second, got a passed frail to : third, and then stole home to tie up the'game at 4 all. But 'Emmetsburg earner to life after it had two riien out Irt the last'of the 'seventh. Miller singled, a bad throwto 'first sent him to second.land On to^ third, and anr other toss across the diamond enabled him to score thq whining run, The loss was especially tough because, the local Academy team •was" hittingjln good style. Bode, up three times, J 'connected for three >h'ts. Bormann connected for a Archery, one of the world's most ancient sports, ,vas introduced to-* mixed class of girls in physical 5duCatlon recently, by Mrs. Opal Golden, high .school physical education instructor. Pictured above, ready to let fly at a target at .he Athletic Field, arc Mary Ann Timm, Rosalie ttalpin, Ruth Ann Spear, Louise Presthus, Maxine Peterson and Ruth Reilly. Mrs. Golden is at the Jeft, giving instructions. Considerable interest was evident among the girls In the sport. Only six bows were available at a time, and the remainder of the class had to forgo being in the picture, as a result. —Algona Upper DCS Moincs Newsfoto F1RSTCOMMUNION, ST. CECELIA'S Two Divorce Cases Enter District Court Two divorce actions were filet in district court in the past week June Maynard is asking a divorce from- Louis Maynard charging cruel and inhuman treatment. The couple were mar rled in 1944. They are from Algona.. The 'second marriage that seems destined to be dissolved, is that of Dorothy and Donald E Elobison, in which .the formei asks'divorce .from, the latter on a Charge of cruel I and inhuman ;reatment. victors only^ tailed MX, hits. and. Bob Wlhter tti?rteaV,:»V a, flhc performance on the mdlfiid^for the Algona team, despite the loss. DERBY DAY SET i .Four cases : Went ibef ore Mayor Frank; Kphlhaas, . in the 'past few days, , in the mayor's court, with o!nfc^defendant'drawirig'ia" 1 30-day scjitcncc .in the '"county' jail at hard/laboi\ - • . , ••./• ' '••'' ' ; i?He ;; was : Henry .Schneider, charged- with reckless .driving by city/police; He entered a -plea of guilty to ..the charge, May 2, and was sentcnCedvaccordingly. •V:Two fines for .speeding were assessed, ohe against - THarlan Erankl and the other against Wilfred Becker. Each .paid $2 and costs. ; Arnold -Dahielso.ni. charged With knowingly permitting a person' to.'drivc a <:ar without a drivers' license, was given a suspended fine of $25 on the charge, and paid the "costs. This charge is., something, of -a rarity, but it seems that the owner of a vehicle' is responsible if; 'someone knowingly drives; his car without •having a permit to drive,' BURTTOWNHAU, JAIL IS TORN DOWN '„ Soap Box Derby will definitely be held Tune 20. There will be two classes of competition, Junior Chamber of Commerce committeemen said Monday. One 11 and 12, and one"13^to 15, inclusive. . Definite-rules . and '. regulations will have to be followed in making,.the. v cars for entry. They, must exactly ..conform ^to specifications. Helniets^and jerseys v will .be giv- f»n tvt "n\\ 'ylwliirtwn •.' ' '•''•' " •- " . ';•*» .and Jn ta Rule, books on Uic- race racing.''cars will :be provided upon .request. ; and caa ; »bi» ' obtained t\t- +iVi-«' r tffci.'W.'' /^l—Al_ !__!_' i, _;-^A > : _ i_!__ BIG CHURCHES IN NEW YORK THRILL MINISTER'S WIFE Mrs. Maureen K. Hill, Burt, Iowa, wife of the Presbyterian minister there, has returned from her first trip to New York.where she was the guest of Ann Delafield, .director of the' DuBarry Success School. - Spilling over with enthusiasm for her trip, which, was,a special achievement award to contestants who accomplished outstanding results with the home Success Course, Mrs. Hill could-' not get over the 'many and beautiful churches throughout the big city." advance suggestio previously; 'Mrs, 'Hill was particularly impressed by her >tour_of the churches, among which were St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. John The Divine Cathedral, Little Shurch Around the Corner, The Riverside Church, arid St. Bartholomew's. -'•• In addition: to seeing several Sroadway hits, including "Oklahoma," the Ballet Theatre at the Conservation League Signup On Locally Membership for 1946 in the Algona unit of the Kossuth Conservation League seems destined to hit a new high. • After a meeting last Thursday, at which Harlan Frankl was named president' of the Algona unit and Bill Sharp, secretary, a canvass for members began. Dick Pool sold somewhere around 150 memberships, as of Monday, and. the whole total seemed to be well over 300, with at least 500 likely. Other unit members selling memberships were Harlan Frankl, Leon Merritt, Fred Timm, Jack Schneider, Archie Dodds, Dad Clark, Kay Setchell and Wm. .Tjaderi. KdSSUTfflMT "' STARTS ON SUNDAY baseball league season Sunday, Sponsors ';are J being, assigned and Wilt fprriish financial aid for the eejristruction 'of the cars. There is, a maximum of $10 per car that can be spent. Wheels are ncrW in transit and will soon be available. »;iBurt: The hpusp which the ,, Jernard Leepers ' purchased I pom C. E. 'Slgsbee- was 'moved , nto town on Monday, and has fepn placed on jfje. Lutheran r pj | Beepers will movu I $ soon as a,few {completed, Burt: ' .The\old _. d jail,, wh»gh was i teesman >ome tjjn taHen J npn •" Tinur 4}I?W ,,,.,, squth 'Raft !_.„, h #M«tJ?s'v just east pi . 'town'hall to J, C. ' 889, ha? ri Geep* -in-the the TOT FALLS FROM CAR, BREAKS LEG Lakota; A three-year-old V suffered a broken leg, Monday^o last -week, as 'the result -of fallin from a- hioving automobile. Mr, and Mrs. Albin Nelson at tended the funeral of John Carl son at Algona, and left their tw Childreri. with the Bob Addeys south'of Lakota,. while they were away. Upon their return they pickei up the children and while on their way home, just south of the George Ennens, the car door flew open and -little three-year' old Dee Ann fell out, landing in a ditch where she was found with a 'broken 1 -leg, th^-injury being just above the knee. Doctor Williams was called and took her to Buffalo Center for x-rays -and other attention and the leg was placed in a past W«iley Furm House Destroyed By Fir« on the " to 'Metropolitan opera house and the Circus at Madison Square Garden, Mrs. Hill had a reserved seat at a radio broadcast on which Dorothy Lamour appeared and saw the Easter; pageant •. and the film, "The 'Green Years" at Radio City Music Hall. ...'She also was present 'opening of new classes _ Richard Hudnut Salon on Fifth Avenue and was particularly thrilled' to hear Miss Melafield tell new students .'the at at the the same . things that Were in the Success Course which Mrs, Hill followed at home. ' Not only did Mrs. Hill stay at the Waldorf-Astoria all week, but she dined with Mr. and Mrs.' G.. Lynn Sumner in Room of the Waldorf -Wesleys Fifteen gupils graduate from the Jeighth grade Get $8,559 Contract The A!g««W-Etec,iric CQ. wag awarded, the electrical contract for the new detention building to be constructed at the Eldora school for boys. The Contract is fpr $8,5SJ?. were opened last weefc §}. Ross and. Jess d.el will handle the . BasCu;n Tryon farm' burned, , the.grpynd one day last week 7 rn ~ Delafield at the .St, Reis Hotel, and lunched at the Stork Club. Mrs. Hill, the former Maureen Kelly of, Paonia, Col., attended school there and at Grand Junction. She and her husband, the Rev. Ray K. Hill, a native of Manitou, Col,, have also lived in Denver, where, he was pastor .of the, Westminster Presbyterian church. In addition to assisting husband in the church prograrii, Mrs. Hill is a member Qf the Federated Women's club and when she is not busy taking care of 'their 17-montlj3-oJd son, Richael Ray, finds time to work on her ,Iowa State College Course, Mrs. HU1 is particularly ed about the, results from her DuBarry Success Course because she feels the vitality and pep. she has gained will help ner, not only in caring for her .family but in the important work of assisting her hudband in serving the pon* gregation. , 15 To Graduate At .The Kossuth will open its May 12. Algona meets Wesley, there, in ;he first game for the locals which will carry the name of the Algona K. C.'s. On the local squad are L Besch, Walt Bradley, Don Bush Joe Elbert, Archie Elbert, Francis Froehlich, Louis Gilbride Don Kajewski, W. Knipschie'ld, L, Quinn, P. M. Seeley, V. Seiler, Herb Weydert, Don Winkel and Gordon Winkel. Other teams in the league are Lotts Creek, Burt, St. Joe, 'Lone Rock, Ledyard 'and Corwith; .Dr. R. J, Thissen is .business manager of the locals and Paul M. Seeley will act. as team manager. This is the third year for the league. • Home games will be played on the diamond at the fairgrounds, -which is .now • in good shape, Practices are to be held Tuesday and Thursday evenings. ,. Mrs. C M. Gross Is PTA Head, Lone Rock Lone Rock: Mrs. C. M. Gross was named president of the Lone Rock P. T, A. for the coming year, at the last meeting of the season and annual election, Monday evening of last week in the high school auditorium. Other officers named were: Mrs. W. G. Flaig, vice president; Mrs. Don Houck, secretary-treasurer. The Pep Band presented two numbers, directed by .1 "? lss Lease, and exhibits were Extension shown in the various rooms. . Rev, Von Kummer of the Baptist Church, Bancroft, told of his the with Sert Miss her Three church ceremonies are scheduled, to,-take place at St. Cecelia's Catholic church next Sunday, May 12; 'and the administration of the Sacrament of Confirmation Saturday, May 18. At the 8:36;'ai m. mass next Sunday, 31 children who have reached the ago of seven will receive Holy Communion for the first time. Girls will be dressed all in white—dresses,.veils, shoes; boys will wear white sport shirts and dark trousers. First Communion Class. Mary Hardgrove, Barbara Bar- Ion, Ruf.h Fox, Patricia Vcercamp, Elizabeth Biesch, Elizabeth Faber, Carolyn Biesch, Arlene Kramer, Sandra Elbert, Theresa Thilges, Ann Lichter, Virginia Klein, Verna Loss, and Patricia Kruckenberger are the girls who will receive. Boy first communicants are David Elbert, Merlin Schumacher, Elichard , Fraderes, 'Roland Zit- :ritsoh,, Richard Ristau, Jerry S John, Loren Hahle, Richard Dol- ihin, Thomas Waldera. Alphons Veercamp,; Alfred Grill, Thomas Cinsey, Charles Harmon, Larry Bowman, Richard Dombier, Joseph Wagner, and Larry Nelson. i Six little flower girls are Nancy •McEnroe, Arlene Ludwig, LaVonne iWinkel., Donna Thul, Joan Henry, and Betty Detrick. , Tommy Zender and Jackie Henry will act as pages. May Crowning Ceremony. Dolores Rammer senior and vice-prefect of the Sodality at St. Cecelia Academy, ihas been chosen to crown the statute of the Blessed Virgin in the ceremony of May Crowning at 7:45 p. m. Sunday evening. Barbara Eisenbarth and Beverly Wilhelmi will be her attendants. Crown bearer, will be Gladys Weisbaar. The six little flower girls on the .morning ceremony will act in that capacity again. Gordon Winkel, senior Cross bearer, will lead the procession formed of the entire school bod the Academy which will assem We in the academy hall and from there to St. Cecelia church Marvin Erpeldlng and Gilber Buschcf will .be to'r'chbearers. These. Will be followed by th boys .Of the school, then girls o the grades, Jiigh school girls i 'prmals, ^acolytes, ',i' r ?V F 001 ! 1 ?^ 11 ) The event will "close with Bene diction of the Blessed Sacramen given by the Reverend J.'M. Mai mser. The May Crowning is'a cere mony>,held in the month of May to honor Mary, the Mother of God. Blshpp Noa Coming:. , Beglning next week, 'the firs confirmation itinerary of the new coadjutor bishop of "Sioux City the Most Rev. Thomas L. Noa, wil begin. This includes all Catholic parishes of Kossuth county. Bishop Noa will confirm a class of about 100 children and adults;,at St. Cecelia church, Saturday, May 18, at 9:00. Monsignor Noa of Grand Rapids, Mioh., was consecrated a bishop in the cathedral there March 19 and came to this diocese April 11 as coadjutor to the Most Rev. Edmond Heelan, bishop of the northwest quarter of Iowa. The title coadjutor indicates an assistant with right of succession as bishop of the diocese. Friday evening, May 17, Bishop Noa is.expected to arrive in Algona where'he will be the guest,of the Eossuth Farms Turn In 21,000 Bushels ot Corn in Famine Drive experiences as .a chaplain In the State? and European theatre, and ' " lunch' yvas served , Rev. J. M. Mallinger at St. Cecelia rectory, After a private mass Saturday morning, he Avill join the procession of priests, confirmants, and their sponsors who will attend Lhe nine o'clock mass. After mass the bishop will address the congregation. Bishop Noa's schedule includes he following places: Thursday Way 16, Emmetsburg, Assumption at 9:00 a. m.; St. Thomas parish at 3:00 p. m.; Friday, May 17, Whit- tenipre, 9:00 a, m.; West Bend, 3:00 p. m.; Saturday, May 18, Algona 0;00 a. m.; St. Benedict, 3:00 p, m.; Sunday, : May 19, Wesley, 9:00 a. m.; Bancroft, 3:00 p. m.; Monday, May 20, Si Joe, 9;00 a. m.; Livermore, 3:00 p. m- HIGH VICTOR OVER ACADEMY, 4 TO 2, IN TITONKA MEET In a well-played and quite evenly matched -baseball game, Monday morning at Titonka, Algona high school downed St. Cecelia's Academy of Algona, 4 to 2, and thus enters the second round of sectional play at Titonka, today. Other Titonka results, Monday. St. John's (Bancroft), 12, Buffalo Center, 0. Hurt 3, Rake 0. Titonka 2, Woden 0. Whiiiemore results, • second round: Ottosen 10, Rodman 2. Graeitinger 6, Lone Rock 5. Whittemore (Presentation 2, West Bend 0. Fenion 18, Emmelsburg ' (Catholic) 0. Another sectional was played at Whittemore. Take Early Lead Algona high took an early lead, scoring twice in the second. After Crapser struck out, Skilling- doubled. Ziegler struck out but Kuhn got a life on four balls. Dutton singled in two runs. The Academy tallied in the third, Weydert scoring after getting a walk, when Bob Winter singled him in. Waldron scored for Algona high, in the third for the margin of victory but Skog- strum tallied .in the seventh when both he and • Waldron banged out. doubles in' succes- sion. ''••':'.'• Winkel also tallied a run in Mrs. H, D. Hutchins Breaks Leg In Fall While sweeping the front porch Thursday morning, Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, in leaning over too far, lost her balance and fell, breaking her leg near the hip. She was taken at once to the General hospital, where it was thought advisable to take her to Fort Dodge. She was taken to the Lutheran hospital by ambulance, accompanied by Mr. Hutchins. Word from her on Saturday was that she was .resting comfortably. Mr. Hutchins drove down Saturday and he was assured, if Mrs. Hutchins gets along as well as is expected, she will be able to come home in a few weeks. the sixth", after, si X^^^^^fji 'Academy (2) > • A.B. • White', 2b ........1.3 R. Winters, c ...... 3 Winkel, 3 b ....... 2 B. Winters, p 2 Bprmann, ss . 3 Bieser, cf ... 2 Bode, If 2 Buscher, rf ... 3 Weydert, Ib ... 2 Algona Hi (3) Stephenson, A.B. 22 2b .... 4 .... Skogstrum, c ______ 4 Waldron, cf . _ ____ .. 3 Johnson, p !_.__.„ 4 Crapser, Ib ..... .. 4 Skilling, 3b __,_--Ziegler, If _. ______ ;_ 4 Sunn, rf _______ ... 3 Dutton, ss __ _____ .. 2 31 R. 0 0. 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 R.' 2 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 H. 0 ' 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 H. 4 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 MURIEL M l DONALD DffTHERIA VICTIM Mrs. D. L. Muriel McDonald died last Friday at Rochester, Minn., where she had been taken following a several weeks illness with diphtheria, from her home at Wilmar, Minn. Mrs. McDonald had been living at Willmar sicne early in the war when her husband, formerly in the land business in Algona, joined the army. Upon his release some months ago, Mr. McDonald closed up his affairs •here and had plafined on taking his family to the west coast to live. Funeral services were held Sunday at Willmar. In addition to Mr. McDonald, who .was, born and liaised in Burt,, there are,two children^ suryjyirig; a girl and a" boy. '••'•'••••'.•'•'•'.'•'•. •:.-.-.'. ;•'• '.-•.'... '• The' family was making..plans fes-ft&^Wj.^ia >ne.w,,iiQme on tS&ll|an^aT'S?me>i»s""Mc-.: Donald was t' stricken: The. McDonalds^ lived at both Burt 'arid Algona, were well known and had many friends who sincerely sympathy with 'Dud' in his bereavement. COUNTY CANVASS BY AAA YIELDS OVER 12 CARLOADS Kossuth county farmers have turned in at elevators, or pledgorl themselves to turn in 18,540 bushels of shelled corn as the county's portion of the nation's 50-million food-for-faminp drive. County A. A. A. officials said that a few more late sales might be reported, but the total represented the practical completion of a county-wide canvass made in the past week by township committeemen. The drive to bring corn to market got under way here Wednesday of last week at a meeting of all township AAA committeemen. Get 30c Bu. Premium There was no specific quota for the county, officials' said. After the meeting, the .committeemen made the rounds of their townships and in cases where corn was available, determined what amount the owner might be able to release. At this writing, the total represents about 12. carloads of shelled corn, which if duplicated throughout the mid- west in all'counties, is going to do something to help relieve the famine - stricken areas of the world. The. shelled corn is turned in by the fanner at his elevator, weighed and graded, and he gets a statement from the elevator as to. the. total This statement is either iaken or mailed to the county A. A. A. office -which' thereupon malls the 'farmer a check for- his • com .at the sealing price,; plus 30c;a:bu9hql,C KOSSUTH MAGICIAN PERFORMS TONIGHT A two-hour "magic" show will be giyen^ this .-evening, May 7, in the high" school auditorium,' starting at 8. p. m., by Harold Carlson the Magician, and entertainers. his troupe of Spots 2 Deer On Farm At Swea City Swea Qity: ' Fred • Hendricksen saw two deer on his f arm, 1 te miles northwest of Swea City, re* cenily, To substantiate his story, he drove te town and got Lowell Lar-r son at we creamery to go out with the and gep the Animals. Mr- tfafldricksen bought farm last year, The deer were evi* dently thrown in with the pur' chase, Father Ahmann Is Visitor; Out Of Army iFather C. Ahmann, former as iistant priest at St. Cecelia's Cath- ilic church, was a visitor in Algona Thursday. He had just returned from the •acific, after 22 months* in the rmy chaplain crops, where he ield the rank of captain. Fathei Ahmann had spent the past five months in Japan. He was on his way to his home at Remsen, where he will await reassignment to a church by the diocesan bishop at Sioux City. After Father Ahmann left Algona, in 1940, he went to Charter Oak where he remained until he entered army service. Going To Japan Lt. Mary MqEvoy came Saturday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Katherine McEvoy. She had been in Sioux City where she had been maid-of-honor at a wedding. The women had been in nurses training together at Waverly and later met in Lon» don, where both were in service. Lt. McEvoy sent two years in service in Europe. She received orders to report to the O'Reilly ereneral hospital at ISpringville, Mo,, Monday morning. This put her furlough short and the summons is the beginning of her trip to Japan, where she will entpr upon the third year of her army' nursing service, . . The Soroptimist Club of Algona I is sponsoring the event. , Carlson, sometimes known as 1 "Happy the Magician", and whose stage names is Carl Marlow, is a Kossuth boy, whose home is at Wesley. His troupe includes Kossuth folks, including Betty Bush of Algona, contortionist, whose stage name is Betty Luzon. Other troupe members are Doris, . Betty and Shirley Miller, Georgia Hansen and Aline Martinek. Included in the performance are the world famous 'buzz saw illusion in which a member of the company seemingly is sawed in half, the doll house mystery, .garden of flowers, enchanted chest, lady without a middle, the trunk mystery and other events. Good Rain, Right Time, Is Welcomed A soaking rainfall of 1.27 inches, last Thursday and Friday, did lust what it should for Kossuth soil. Oats are nicely up, and- corn planting was well under way .this week. Week's weather; Date— High April 30 __„.,. 79 May 1 73 May 2 (.47 r.) .66 May 3 (.30 r.) 55 ' iy 4 (.50 r.) ,.—60 ly 5 : .68 May 6 ,—58 Low 43 52 55 48 43 42 38 V. F, W, Meets Fred Plum'b, Commander of V, F, W, Post 2541 of AlgQna, announces that a regular meeting of the post will belield Wednes day, May 8. A junior vice ' mander will be elec|e< •. Cotinty officials said ''that 'th.» ^m'eari's^a" .price of 'between $1.31? •'<*• and $1.35 a-bushel for" corn thus" turned in." The ceiling price at present is from ; $1.01% to $1.03%. A 2500 bushel supply of shelled corn was turned in Monday afternoon b'y the trustee, county AAA offciials " Urch Estate, Paul Black as said, adding that much to the general total. The 2,500 bushels represents over a car of shelled corn. As v soon as ;the needed 50 million bushels is, received, the government will notify >all A. A. A. ofices, giving them 24 hours notice, after which time tho..30c bonus payment will be cancelled, „ and .the old' ceiling price goes^ back into, eject. , ... •'.-' 18 Farmers Co-Operate Corn has been turned in or pledged thus far by the following Kossuth farmers: E. C. Wolfe, ; Bancroft, 780 bushels. This was the first signup of ;the drive. Mr. Wolfe's corn had a test weight of 56, damage of 4%, and moisture content of 14%. ;. . Ervin Ulses, 90.4 bu. Fred Brown, Fenton, 128.24 bu. Martha Schutter, Titonka, 1000 bu, . >•• • \ Paul Schmidt, Lone Rock .350 bu. Philip Wander, Fenton, 500 bu, George Yanser. Wesley twp., , 4000 bu. • ,. ' Benschoter ; Brothers, Algona, 1500 bu. John J. Theesfield, Fenton, 900'- bu. :' Henry Ostwald, Whittemore, 100 bu. Fuoss Bros., Whittemore. 100 bu. Dr. P. V. Janse, Algona, 1200 bu. c Henry Weber, LuVerne, 1400' , bu. F, F. Fett, L,uVerne, 2500 bu. , J. H. Schroeder, Burt, 150Q bu, Harry Bode, Algona, l§00 bu. ; ' Alice DitswortK Hurt, 5QQ 'bu;, Theo. Qoeders, St. Benedict^ 1500 bu. ' . Alcoholics Anonymous Organize Here * ' " - t M ^^ ' t ^f& _ F "* Alcoholics ^9nymoui fe cur« fpr flcoho.Uwfc i$ works, A Few Farmer* Haw Spare ww »,, Many of the farmers contacted;' had no corns others needed i' " future use; some had corn they did npt fee} wi because of ' te,nt. . ed, however, tot could be fering wi needs tiQ-th tm&

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