\ "I lotra MRS. PETERSON RITES SATURDAY; HERE 47 YEARS Death efcme peacefully to Mrs Andrew Peterson afc her home oft Npfth SWeetJft AJgonn, about i &. in., last Thursday afternoon De<!. 5. . : . She had been in failing health fdr. several months. She was born in- the rural Ccfnimunity of Green county, Wis., Nov. 6, 1858, and was .slightly less! than 88 K at the time of her death. • . Her father was one of Wisconsin's pioneers, settling there in 1842. She was of English-Scottish origin. Funeral'Saturday Funeral services were held last Saturday in the Congregational Church, here, at 2:30 p. m., with Rev. Clyde officiating. Pallbearers were H. R. Hutchins, R. H. Miller, G. S. Buchanan, E. J, VanNess, Curtis Peterson' and Leslie Peterson, the latter two, both riephews, . from Chicago/ Funeral arrangements were in charge of the McCullough Fun- ,eral Home. Came Here in 1899 In 1897 the deceased was mar rled to Andrew Peterson, wh then operated a general store i Green' county. In 1899 they moved to Algon to make their home, and amon other enterprises built a large pleasant new'home. Mr. Peter son was owner of and successfu manager of several farms anc prominent in business, civic anc religious circles. ' . Mr. Peterson passed away Dec J9, 1938, at the age of 87. Active' Church Folks ->:During their lifetime, the cou pie, while having no children o 'heir own, chose to make <thei lives influential for good, and .articipated- in work helpful to ^children, especially in thei church and its Sunday school. Recently the name of Mrs Joltie Peterson appeared as one \of the most -generous subscribers to a fund for building a new hospital here. • For 33 years, Mr. Peterson was Superintendent of the' Algona Congregational Sunday school arid Mrs. Peterson actively co- erated. , ? .AShe was also a member of the "local W. C. T. U. :. ' Two sisters and a brother survive: Mrs. Flora E.-Gabriel, 92, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Bernice Decker, Fort Dodge; and John Crowell, Algona. There are also several nieces and nephews. ESTABLISHED 1885 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1946 Three Sections—22 Pages VOL. 81—NO. 49 County A A A Officers For ' IOE BRADLEY IS i'N 23 KEGLERS RACK UP 200 GAMES N LEAGUE WEEK Bowling 200 games proved easy in the Kossuth League, last week, with 23 men cracking the maples for 200 or better in regular games of the week at the Bary alleys. Here they are: Ira Kohl 200, Bob Williams 219, Bil ISharp 221, Doc Thissen 219, Bill Sharp 221, Doc Thissen son 217, B. Batt Sr. 210, Charles Davis 204, Marvin Calhoun 204, Ray Beamish 210. Hank Johannsen 202,' Larson 202, Blanchard 210, C. Lundberg 208, Frost 202, Wm. Pech 221, R. Krominga 200, Al Young 201, Andy Krominga 200, Murl Potter 222, Louis Lynk 211, Julie Bass Jr. 228, and Hank Geilenfeldt 214. Team standings: Team W. L. Old Style Lager 31 t Woodman Ins. 30 8 Hank's Barbers . 28 11 Tanvilac 27 12 Jaycees _, L 25 14 Britt —.•-_—...21 18 Mullin's Hi-Bred -..1_.21 18 Burt • _ 20 19 K. of C. _ ___20 19 one Rock 19 20 Pioneer -. 17 22 3 ercival Motor . 16 23 !Msher Garage 16 23 Consumers 14 25 Algona Barbers .14 25 Canawha' - _._.__ 14 25 Swift's 13 26 ferb's Ghosts 12 27 Bradley. Bros. _.'_._' 11 28 Jo Sperry turned in a sizzling 222 for the high score in the woman's league, last week. Other top r bowlers were Kay Kelly 70, Ann Kelly458, Emaline Alig 55, Valeria Butts 159, Doris Col- te--^2fe^?*««« c <™ Over Estate Funds, Straw Stack Fire Set SAYS STACK WAS MALICIOUSLY SET AFIRE IN AUGUST Montana-Chicago Airline Over Algona In The Mill andings f Jpper Des Moines 19 druggists Mutual __•__-_ 15 Modern Cleaners . 14 Modernistic :_12 ; Joe Bradley; of the ' Bradley | Bros, implement, firm in Algona iwas honored Thursday; of lasl J week by election in Des Moines [as president of the Iowa Retail "i§rm« Equipment . association, ' was vice president last year, |,That, Bradley should be so onored is' not surprising to Kos|th folks who know'him, and Sow the fine record of achievement he has made since coming e.jsome years ago frorh-Hum- J t,. and establishing the biisi- he and his brother Walt operate. V he firm is at present complet- f'an expansion .program of ad| space, including a new shop, jjew front and a new basement s;their building. jSonvention of the organiza- |n was at the Hotel Savery. Bancroft Girl* On 'M^son City Radio •Dolores Haupert, Burt, and Betty Deiterlng and Esther Fangman of .Bancroft, all • students, at §t- John'?'high school, Ba^eroftt tool? part' jn, %>T. B, Christmas, seal pj-pgrsm over J5<JLO; Maspiv'Pity, .last : Tuesday. The/9th,"and 4<Hh gr ad§5( i, of the school wrote, themes on fi ne Christmas seaj subjeqt aj)d b* three best were eh,o§fn to b( rread by the students over the ra jto, Mr./and Mrs. JehR-Hauper .%QK the'-girls to Mason-Citv tt roake.' ' IA§T OLD RATE After WARMEST DAY IN MONTH'S HISTORY Maybe when John L. Lewis .ecided to call off the soft coal trike, hp figured the Lord was vorking against him. At any ate, that would appear to be le case from local weather re- orts. Sunday, Dec. 8, was.the high- st temperature in December ver recorded for this .area. The emperature ( was 66 above, Harry Nolte, weather observer, stat- -fcd. Previous high for the month was 65 above, Dec. 6, 1839. The week's weather: Date High Low Dec. 3 50 21 Dec. 4 55 Dec. 5 ._.. 51 Dec. 6 ...54 Dec. 7 .48 Dec. 8 „„ 66 Dec. 9 ...58 For the month, thus far, 1 weather has averaged 20 < grees above normal, Nolte £ ded. When Alffona had its first vole on establishment of a municipal airport, some 10 years ago, and defeated the measure, U was pointed out that piily a connecting link between Sioux Falls, S. D.. and a point In Wisconsin, across northern Iowa, remained In a "feeder" airline setup, At that time there was some joking about such an airline, and Its possibilities If Algona had adequate airport 'facilities. In the meantime the city has voted a $50,000 bond issue for a new airport, and the airport commission Is at present en- dcavprincr.to pierce government procedure to the point of getting: the old prison camp site for an Algona airport. Last Friday it was announced,that an air route across northern Iowa, operating from Billings, Montana, to Sheridan, Wyoming Rapid City, S. D., Sioux Falls, S. D., Mason dlty and then in to Chicago, was in the making and an application to the civil aeronautics authority for the route had been forwarded after a meeting in Sioux Falls. _ Operating firm would bfi the Black Hills Airlines, who at present operate Into Sioux Falls. The line of flight would be directly over Algona, and as smaller planes would be used, an SSal least" 0 * M rcasonably bccome an occasional „<, i 11 is J lecullar , *> ov y wn *t may seem visionary at the time can become a reality in a space of ten years. The airline has requested permission to carry mall and express, incidentally. 13 New Licenses For New Motor Gars New cars, 13 of them, are on Kossuth highways this week; * Cheyrolets—-Bert B. Baldwin, Algona; Flora Bradley, Bancroft; V. E, Patton, Armstrong; Lloyd Bown, Al- W. Rouze,' Algona, Hudson—Wayne [ona, Fords— Elmer Boykew, Buffalo Center; Clyde Priebe, Algona; Frank Schutjer, Titonka; Swift , Algona (truck), Pontiac—Wm. J,' Finn, ona, sdyard, . , Plymouth.^ Algona, Chrysler ~ gona. A- Gilbride, P, J, wfo pr ntw-' be m^e up u " present rste 4 . pe.w ratef tha ' $»\ m\ the Weds Harold 'FBJkenhaine'r, son' o| the late Mr, and Mrs. quo F>lk T ennajner, was married Noven> b,er j$ m Washington, P, C.Jaod he arid his bride have bought a home* in Peg Moines where they expect to fee Hying ' ~ ' tune. J'— 1J - - DRIVER OF DEATH TRUCK PAYS $100 HNE IN COURT Arlie Meryl Stone, Des Moines, was one of 13 men fined in justice or mayor's court here during, the past week. Stone was drjver of the film truck which struck Gerald JDud- ding of Bancroft, about a year ago, near George's Cafe on highway 169. Dudding was killed in the accident. A manslaughter charge was filed against Stone after the incident, but he was not indicted by the grand jury. Last Saturday Stone entered a plea ok guilty ,to, .a. charge - of Wess^civ3n|?aHa'^as fihe'd" $100 and costs by Justice Delia Welter. Cruelly lo Animals Lester Mueller, Algona, charged with cruelty to animals, was fined $10 and costs in Miss Welter's court. He was charged with depriving a horse and colt of necessary food .and drink,.a punishable offense under Iowa Jaw. Russell Musick, charged with running through a stop sign, was fined $5 and costs by Miss Welter. Mayor Frank Kohlhaas assessed six fines in. his'court. Oscar Foster'was fined .$10 end costs, Monday, on a charge of being drunk and disorderly. John. Eller was fined $25 and costs on a charge of drunkenness. Robert D. Thomas was fined the same amount on the' same charge. Everett Larson and-'Oscar Swenson were each fined $5 and costs on charges of speeding, and ""Ed Shackelford paid a $10 fine. V Pays Damage Costs Before Justice Jack Johnston, an accident matter was settled when Francis A. Hanig, Wesley, agred to pay $15 for repairs to damages done to another machine in a collision. He had been charged with careless driving, and that charge was dismissed. James Ghristensen was finec $5 and costs for not having driver's license, and Howarc Butteo-field was fined $2.50 anc costs for improper parking. John Slagle was fined $10 and costs and Klass Kilman of Estherville was fined $2.50 and costs for a stop sign violation, Cowan Gets Permit For Quonset Bldg. A building /permit for the Cowan Building & Supply Co. was granted last week by .the Algona ; city council. The local firm will erect a quonset-type building adjacent to the C. & N! W. tracks at the Lucas street crossing for storage purposes. A new siding is to be built at that point, as well as one on the east side of the tracks for the Kent Motor Co. . - The council also approved the vacating of Lucas street east from the Steil home, to .the tracks. Cowan will landscape the site which he now has under lease from the railroad. > < BANQUET.BURT Seneca: Approximately 310 4-H boys, girls and leaders were present at 'the annual Kossuth 4-H club .banquet, last Wednesday evening in Burt high school, Movies, talks and "a program of magic tricks presented by Harold Carlson of Wesley, provided the entertainment. ; Miss Alma Schultz, home economist, named the nine 4-<H girls' clubs whose work during the year entitled them to a standard rating. Seneca was one of the nine, Marvin'Julius, county youth assistant, presented awards to the two '4-H boys whose record books were judged best in ,the county, Erroll Petersen of Seneca, won Hirst, and Gerald Brown of Algona was second. Attending from. Seneca were Wayne and Gerald and Mrs. Mike Kennedy, Marilyn Johnson, Margaret ,and Billy Jensen, Doris Osborne, Donald 'Merril, Donald Baldwin, Tommy and Margery Moore, Errol and Perry Petersen, Trials of two pending cases in Kossuth district court were slated to get under way today, with Judge Harry Narey hearing one case involving settlement of an estate, and the petit jury slated to hear a second case. , Judge Narey was to hear a case brought by relatives of Mrs. Bascom B. Tryon (Amy Tryon), who passed away some time ago. The relatives are plaintiffs in an equity • matter involving Mrs. Tryon's estate. Plaintiffs include Grace Helm, Guy M. Butts, Wesley banker, and others and named as defendants are Bernard A. Rust, Brilt pastor, Winnie Rust, and Bascom B. Tryon of Wesley. Over Estate Money In this case the plaintiffs charge that prior to. Mrs. Tryon's death she donated consider- ible sums of money to Rev. Rust and that undue influence was brought to bear by Rev. lust on the deceased and also on ler husband, who it was said is ilanning on leaving more property to the pastor and his Church. The money given by Mrs. I'ryon was donated for an old people's home. This case involves a fmnrber f legal angles which will be presented by the two sides to he court in the judge's hearing. In a case 'brought by 'Fred nz against L. H. Miller, the plaintiff alleges the defendant maliciously set fire to and burn- d the straw threshed from 45 cres of oats, in Sherman town- hip. This case rial. County Agent Brown Named One of Four To High Honor is slated for a jury Aug. could toe" assessed the sum. of $1,026 which, is . three times the actual value i>f the straw, if the jury so decided. Linnan & Lynch represent the plaintiff and Shumway, Kelly and Fristedt the defendant. Damage Case Settled A damage suit action $7,710, scheduled for jury for trial on Monday, with Mrs. Ralph Hasty as plaintiff and' Myrtle Frost as administratrix of her husband's estate as defendant, was settled out of court before the case began and has 'been dis- A. L. Brown Kossuth county extension director, was one of four county agents honored at the annual convention of the National Association of County Agricultural FIVE FARM SALES LISTED F.OR NEXT WEEK'S ACTIVITIES Five farm sales are advertised in today's paper, all to be held next week. The sale dates and locations follow: «*V,*.. V ""-"-"=»"• Jiayjjeneu .mjg. iwr«».J=». r>-_ ic r* - T^_ •*" *aio ins <«i*»i =» u ,d »/a»a s ,d a* ^^.ri^ss&ss • north and three-fourths south of Ottosen, starting at noon. Colwell Bros, are auctioneers and the Iowa State Bank of West Bend is clerk. Tuesday, Dec.. 17—Oswald F. Lallier, located five miles west and Vz north of, Corwith, or two south and one east and *k. south of St. Benedict, starting at 12:30 p. m.', Herman Brummond is auctioneer and the Security State Bank of Algona is clerk. Tuesday, Dec. 17—Gordon H. Whitmore, Vz east and three Agents in Chicago, last week, by being presented with a distinguished service award. Three county agents from Iowa were so honored. Presentation of the awards was made at the annual banquet in the Hotel Harrison. Because Mr. Brown was leaving Thursday for San Francisco to attend the national Farm Bureau convention, he was unable to attend the Chicago ceremony, which took place Friday evening. i Visited White House One prerequisite to receiving the award is .ten years of service as a county agent. Mr. Brown became the Kossuth county agent in 1935. Prior to that time he was farming for himself, and was president lof the Woodbury county Farm Bureau, assistant state bee inspector and otherwise actively en- I gaged in agricultural interests. The honor is richly deserved. During Mr. Brown's term in Kossuth county the Farm Bureau membership has shown a steady growtlh, and other allied activities such as 4-H work and township organizations have grown correspondingly. i He was born Aug. 21, 1898, on a farm near Salix, la., went to school there and was a- 4-H member. A a club member he took a' trip to Wahington, D. C., where the youth were guests of Presi- ident Taft in the White House. He shook hands with the president and enjoyed visiting all LaVonne Bailey, Mrs. Looft and Roy Osborne. Henry Saturday They Get Married Young These Days Five licenses to wed were issued by Helen White, district court clerk here, during the past week. In three of the instances the bndes<Tto*ibe W ere under age, all 17 years pJd, but had their parents' consent. Th>-y went to the following! Pec. 3— Frederick T. Fish, Cedar Falls, and Isabel Kelly of Wmttemore. • Dec. 6— Paul W,, Ganders, Swea City; and Dorothy Bab' cock, Corwith; Kenneth W, frown and Viola E. Miller, Bufalo Center, Pec, 1—. Milton p. Furrow, La, ' Ejley, and Beverly ' R. Ankeny Eyelyn ' FENTON VET HURT IN TRAILER FIRE Fenton: 'Bob Weisbod, ex- service man, was burned and an estimated $1,000 in damage was done to his trailer house at Ames, last Friday afternoon, when a gasoline stove exploded in the trailer,, while he was filling it. He received burns on a hand, one arm and his legs. He was rushed to a hospital and received emergency treatment but •was able to leave there Sunday, and returned -to Fenton with his parents and his wife's parents. He is. a, son Qf Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Weisbrod, and his wife is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers, The young man's wife was not in 'the trail' er at the time. Bob was attending Iowa State :oljege and he and his wife were iving in the trailer. Other trailer' camp residents took up a collection of $?75 and it to to hejp them i the ace and fris wife the. expenses missed from the docket. .Two divorce actions were also handled by Judge Narey. Dorothea Hamilton was granted a divorce from Alan G*. Hamilton, on grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. The couple was married Sept. 19, 1942, and separated Jan. 15, this year. The mother was granted 'custody of a-child, Lucille Mary Webster v__ granted a divorce from Dwight G. Webster, and custody of four minor children, on a charge of cruel and inhuman treatment. New Cases Filed Two new district court were filed, also. Harlan Lashbrook is plaintiff and seeks a divorce from Bette Lashbrook. The couple were married Aug. 9, 1945. He charges cruel and inhuman treatment. Gamble-Robinson Co. is plaintiff in an action naming Frank Roscoe as defendant. The firm asks a judgment for $337.54 payment of a bill. cases in Seneca Boy Gets Shoulder Injured "Seneca: Billy Jensen, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen, is recuperating from a dislocated shoulder received Sunday afternoon of last week' when the pony on which he was riding stumbled and fell, throwing' the youngster, on the ground. .His younger brother, Elaine, who" was riding alongside him, rode to .the house and informed the parents of4he acpident. They tQfik him to the_ Holy Family hospital at fistherville where the qngs were set. ,Bi}ly has to keep his arm taped to his body for the time be<ng. He feels, however, that rooms in the White House on the .ground floor. Has Three Children In 1918.he r entered the, army, "took 'an 'animal' husbandry course. In 1922 he received his bachelor of science degree and went to farming near Salix. In 1924 he was married to Hettie Lucille Gay at Sargeant Bluff and they made their home on Roy's farm. They have three children, Douglas, Kenneth and Gordon. The two older boys are now attending college. He is a member of the Methodist church, Rotary club, Masonic lodge and Woodman lodge. THORESON, SIEMS, DREESMAN AGAIN TOP KOSSUTH UNIT All Kossuth officers of the Kossuth Agricultural . Conservation Association (AAA) were re* named at the annual meeting of township county delegates, Saturday in the Triple A office here. Oscar L. Thoreson, Swea City, was again named as county chairman, Irving Siems of Whittemore is vice chairman, and Herman Dreesman of Titonka is active committgeman. Wm. Frimml, Wesley, and Henry Scheppman, Irvington, were named as first and second alternates. Edith Reynolds, Titonka, is secretary-treasurer. At the recently held township •Meetings, the township commit-' tees elected to serve for the coming year were named as follows: BUFFALO—Jay Budlong, Lester R. Eden, Ted R. Hoover. BURT—Ralph C. Thompson, Iverett E. Hanna, Ralph W. Bierstedt. CRESCO—Ralph E. Morgan, James F. Devine, Harold E. Smith. EAGLE—Glenn E. Clark, Har- ' vey, C. Larson, Arne I. Ostergaard. FENTON—William H. Jentz, Louis H. Reilly, Hans C. Baago. GARFIELD — Herman W. Harms, Alexander H. Bonnstetter, Delbert H. Berninghaus. GERMAN—John M. Welhous- en, Robert .A. Bunkofske, Hemy ' F. May land Jr. GRANT—Richard I. Anderson, ' Anthony M. KoUasoh, Vern E. Anderson. • GREENWOOD — Andrew A. Fangman, LeRoy N. Schiltz, Leander J. Menke. HARRISON—Richard M. Anderson, Adolph J. Hatten, Henry M. Larsen. HEBRON—William F. tin, Adrian O. Hauskins. man O. Larson Hug-' Her- Now in San Francisco south of Burt. Col well Bros, are auctioneers and the Burt Savings Bank is clerk. Wednesday,-Dec. 18—Merton Christensen, located 4Vz miles east of Algona on .the McGregor St. road, or one mile south and . 2"/2 miles west of Sexton, start-! the ing at 12:30 p. m. Clark and Fraser are auctioneers, and the Security State bank is clerk. Wednesday, Dec. 18 — Paul Dettman, starting at 1 p. m., located 'A miles east and two south of Burt. Stewaet & Flaig will be auctioneers and the Burt Savings bank wil be clerk. Tuesday, Jan. 14, 1947—H. W. Hobson sale, details to appear later. Farmers planning sales should get their dates listed as far in advance as possible to prevent duplication in dates. Sale dates will be listed in this newspaper by coming in to se3 us. Mr. Brown says that the young people today are good as they used to be, only "maybe a little " smarter. His great pleasure is traveling, and is one of the reasons he siek Charles'A. Gutknecht, War-v; ren E. Lloyd. LINCOLN — George Jutting, David L. Grimes, Alvin E. Boettcher. LOTTS CREEK—Henry Mul|? r - Louis A. Haekbarth, Harley 'PLUM CREEK — Berl E. Priebe, Andrew L. Miller, Clarence E. Priebe. PORTLAND—Henry A. Nelson, Henry A. Smith, Franz E. Teeter. PRAIRIE—Herman J. Studor, •* Nick M. Arndorfer, Ernest J, .,,. Widen. >! RAMSEY—riorian F. Hell-V"^ mann, Henry J. Rustemeier.'L-"<-' J John H. Kemria. ' •• > r - ' RIVERDALE—George H. Bor-. 'ft ' Chicago conference person-'- SENECA-Julius W. Bollig" £ , f .. tu Henry E. -Looft, Oscar.R.-Pat-- Also attending the convention, terson. and making the trip to the west SHERMAN—Joseph J. Kenne coast on a special train from Des Moines, were the following If fir*f** ,4-1, .ff_11__ • _] 1 • j • , addition to Kossuth folks, Mrs. Brown: and Mrs. Wayne Keith of Burt, Bob Mayer, who represents the Kossuth Rural Youth group, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Skow and Mrs. Esther Skow of Wesley. was pretty as it was his of V. F. W. Meeting Here On Wednesday A meeting of the Veterans „ Foreign Wars post 2541, Algona, will be held Wednesday evening, starting at 8 p, m. in the club rooms here, Ben Weber and Francis McMahon have been named on the lunch committee, and the newly appointed hall committee con" sists of Bob Schc-by, Wayne Godden, Henry Dearqhs, Lyle Black arid H. S. Montgomery. Buy freeman House The Frarjk Moultons recently purchased the former W. H. Freeman house from E4w. Ga- pesius, with Joel M. Hertost making the deal. The house Vas bought as an investment, and Will be remodeled into apart ments. Who Is Kossttlh'is Happiest Couple? ' U ' f ^ \" ' ' ""^ *»* Sfe Whs 1^ tfc* happic^ TO rr»s« ca«ple . De§ Wo 4 mmt be lows* residents, by J3. be «ub- , »J4 9f BANCROFT QUINT NIPS ACADEMY St. John's of Bancroft defeated St, Cecelia Academys' basketball team here Sunday afternoon, 41 to 19. It was a better game than the score would indicate. Thirty-two fouls 'were called in the game, mostly because of overzealous guarding by both sides, Wednesday night of this w< the Academy quint goes to Whni« temore, and the next home game is next Tuesday, with Corpus Christi of Fort, Dodge coming here . The nicfcmwne "Blue Knights' •has .been chosen for the athletic teams of the school as the result gi a-recent contest. Box score: St. Cecelia (19) FG FT J White o 2 Winter 4 2 Beiser 2 i Winkel : 4 0 Thuentp o 0 Erpelding ...•, q 0 Weir .....71.....,. f o 0 WUhelmi.-.--,. 0 0 .....1 are paly twa toy, toe St. JoJws (41) 1. Schuinapher , „,„ ______ Garry , ........ j..,. M ....j ......... JJ Sustemeler .................... 3 Drossier — ............ . ..... .,,,1 ' Carl E. Swanson, David H. Huff. LUVERNE—Henry F. Weber, James W. Tindall, Forest F. Fett. SPRINGFIELD—Jerry F. Sullivan, William V. Rotterman, Herman Brandt. SWEA—Leslie J. Hanson, Walter D. Offenstein, Arthur E, Anderson. UNION-Jens M,' Sorensen, Harley S. Ti-outman, Louis W. Scott. WESLEY—William J. Frimml,' George A. Yanser, Theron CV Hansen. WHITTEMORE — Elmer F. Bell, Fred H. Kollasch, Mike P. Mergen. Deadline for filing applications for 1945 payments has been set for Dec. 31, this year. Kollaseh New Head Wesley Rifle Club seiCnlHl® ™^ evening io the club rooms T Other officers, electee) i Urban Ljckteig, vice pr^si< ur. ij, li. J*t$ Loebjg, The 4-H members ofxthe will meet this coming Pjur evening in the clujb r99ms f Basketball sfai^ Wesley, ing cif $ Tuesday w*f «*• IT , , i~_ .
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