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Rewrites Of N**» Frtm, L*tt T«td« Y ', ' &unty Adwmct E r WilttOK the St Ben- --.AftgaMUHity again within a few ttayiijJfWHr She 'Infant pon of the Rahrhs was found smoth- i,death, Monday, in his crib, hhis llvfe ft\mile we-t of St. ", The 1 baby" fras sleeping Rahih put a pillow near .,__ of the bed to support a •which was being used »o keep Evidently the UUU.boy ! n J^ ffi"* fcn^cove'^ _ Services Jrare feCM at the !P*%£a!k" —. f* and his moth- k,l*«l»w Jensen, of Algona, •loutty. injured in an auto . tKfOfrsOUvia, Minn., Friday i^ Wtl«n.their car skidded from ' "' d .Ihet was wet. Duane ...r-.hrpken back, and Mrs. k,«VBS *10o badly Injured. As,by folks In a on their way to »second machine also went Into the-, ditch, and a woman, driving It suffered a broken collar bon*. Saturday a local am- tralSnce went to Olivia and brought them Mick, and they are now at the Rtomuth hospital. i . , ...••. ..*••. MAX BLOCK, held to the grand JuiS on a charfte of arson In connection with the owning of a barii .. ' i released from cus- tutrsday, when the koa- [ grand jury returned no bill in tb* matter. They had been Invent-, Igating UMT case for several week's, FRANCIS ELBERT, Whittemore, Was sentenced to a\x months In jail, taMBFfMMmtrvtnty to a charge of bootfcgging before Judge Heald. T. C. Hfetcfalson was named by the )»dge to defend Bugene L. Walsh, charged wRh various violations, In- cltiding sale of narcotics, breaking faflVetc., at the June term of court was dropped after an order was signed to that effect by three judges •f the district KOSSUTH 4-H boys won second place In a barn display at the Waterloo Cattle Congress. The county was also represented by Frank Schoby,'Bode, Floyd Bode, Algona, Lowell Samp and " Robert • Mayer, alf of Algona, who entered calves, arid out of nine entered, seven placed In the money. • * * ' OSTEOPATHS, at a district meeting, chose Dr. H. D. Meyer of Lu- Terne ns trustee, and*'Dr.'R. •' Richardson, Wesley, as' secretary- treasurer. T. H. KIRSCH, who recently sold his laundry here to Mr. and Mrs. Boswell of Des Moines, haa announced that he will start a clean- tag shop in Fort Dodge. K. a COWAN formally opened his uew paint and building supply store on South Dodge street, Tuesday. The new building and business to a fine addition to Algona, and is to be coiwratttlft*-' Shown above are members at the farm bureau program planning committee, who outline the agricultural and home economics extension program to be .followed in Kossuth during the'eoming year. From left to right they are: RaJflMfOmn, AJffona, member of county agricultural planning committee; Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Lakota, chairman of home project work; Mrs. Ray Miller, Titonka, chairman „„ „ , of local fanners. Is under . Anyone wishing to have a farm Inspection should ask for such inspection through the county com mlttee, on or before Oct 31. • • • H. E. MC MURRAY, Algona contractor, fell from a scaffolding on a farm building north of Algona, on Thursday, and Injured his legs. He will be on crutches for several months. OEO. WKRMEKSEN, brother of D. H. Wermersen, LuVerne, died at Rochester. Minn., last Thursday. Funeral services were held Monday at *;* VANITA THOBSON, daughter of T. L. Thorson. Eagle twp., became the bride of Earl Byson. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Byson, Algona, In a ceremony recently. G. R. BRACE, tanner near Burt, lost his car and garage in a fire at bis place last week. MRS. LAURA FBANCKH, 64, 'Wesley, passed away Sunday in a local hospital. She suffered a stroke but week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dale Thompson, with whom she made her home. Services were held at the Corwlth Methodist church. Three sons, Glenn of Cor- wlth. Morris of Wesley, and Earl of Webster City, and two daughters, Mrs. Thorn pspn and Mra. Howard Massion, Corwlth, survive. HENRY FEITZKE, LuVerne, died Sunday afternoon after a week's illness from pneumonia. He 'was 74. He is survived by his wife, a son Roy, Webster City, and four daughters, all married and living away. .Funeral services were held Wednesday at the LuVerne M. E. church, The couple v had been making pteifto observe their BQth wedding awOvbraary.^ % KENME, WhitU- e bride of John n a ceremony on at St. Michael's The newlyweds home in Chicago. A was held Tuesday Higgina hall. OliverMoeNow Retting Quietly After Operation Oliver Moe. pioneer Algoim gro cerymon, wui reported as recuper atlog nicely ttpfu ai) operation per formed Tuesday morning iu the Iowa City university hospital gMjp, was informed that Mr. Uoe MM pcoiMbly return to Algona •MM Uw» Sunday or Monday. His 4bM*t«r, Marguerite Keneni*. returned home V/ednesduy from Iowa City whore fhe had been at the bedside of her father. Mr. Mot) suffered a prostatic at tack Wcdntjdny night of lua week. * Easerve Officers Mw»b*r» el th* «sserv« officers club wiil meet next Monday «v«- ninjattheBancrfotCOCcaiap. A dbuw wiH precede the ousting. tipper HISTORICAL DEl'T. J Lt-Sl* Established 1865 , IOWA, THUKMDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1,197 Twelve Pjiu-es VOL. 35.—NO. 41 County Farm Bureau To Tackle 6-Point Program FAIR BOARD IN PROBE OF GIRL SHOW CONDUCT of girls' club; Miss Lucile Pepoon, home demonstration agent; Earl Elbert, Whittemore, farm bureau director; E. F. Graff, Ames, district extension agent; Ralph Bartlett, Whittemore, boys' club chairman; George Wallentlne, Lakota, local leader; John A. Sle'per, Buffalo Center, local leader; O. W. Blelch, 'Burt, farm bureau president; A. L. Brown, county agent; P. L. Stainbrook, district organization director. Photo by Will F. Brown. 6 NEW COURT CASES FILED; SUING COYLE Ask $930 of Farrell, Whittemore, As Fight Aftermath With district court over for this term, six new cases have been filed In court during the past week. Chief among them is an action brought by J. F. Overmyer, as administrator for the estate of Edgar L. Stcvcnii, against C, C. Coyle, of Humboldt, and the Western Surety ,Co. of Sioux Falls, 8. D.. The suite asks recovery of J3.336.B8l which it claims the defendant should account for to settle up his nlstrator o( th» est- UOn, which belonged to the estate. Whittemore Man Sued . Another case of Interest is that of John Klssner, as best friend of Georgo Klssner, against Guy Farrell of Whittemore. The plaintiff charges that the defendant struck and inflicted Injuries upon the person of George Kissner, at Thor, Iowa, Sept. 6, 1937. The plaintiff is asking for $930 damages, In all, on various counts. Other cases follow: E. C. Spengler vs. Hugo Fagerlund, law, note. Lillian Koppen McDonald vs. Liz- lie, Frank, P. L.. Otto, Jos., Mike and Laurence .K40nen, and Yundas Rice, equity, partition. Lillian McDonald vs. Lizzie Koppen, law, account. Algona Federal Savings and Loan vs. Susan Andre, equity, note. Court Short, Sweet The September term of court here was comparatively short and sweet, although the grand Jury spent more than the usual amount of time investigating coses. It was decided by the three judges of the district to drop the June term of court, as it seems to prove unsatisfactory so far as accomplishments are concerned. 3 Get Marriage Licenses Here Marriage licenses issued at the otfice of Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, clerk of court, were us follows the past wek: Oct. 13—Sylvester W. Thilges, 26, Ottosen, and Elizabeth A. Besch, 22, West Bend. Oct. 9—Andrew Krominga, 23, Ti- tonks, and Elsie E. Kuchenreuther, 22, lilonku. Oct. 9—Clyde M. Burns, 23. Es- th«rvUle. and Anna Low, 21, Rlng- stfd. 2 Kossuth Men Pass Bar Exam Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wellik drove to Des Moines Monday of last week and Mr. Wellik took state bar examinations and was suci»ssful in passing the examination, Leo gr&jUHted frpfrt 9 law school at the Qfgtehtpn University at Omaha last JufliTand at the time was admitted to the bar in Nebraska, so at pres- eiit Leo is a full-fledged lawyer, having bar privileges in two states. He and his wife have be«n here with his parents since graduation and at present they are undecided an to their next move. George Carmody of Whittemort also pasued the same examination Cuts Artery In Auto Accident A badly severed artery was suffered by Walter Fromba.cn, Wes.t Bend, when his car and another driven by Henry Rockier, Sweu City, collided. Kockler wus driving a gravel truck. The accident occurred three miles south of Whittemore, Monday afternoon. The Froiubttch cur was completely turned over. Mrs, Fromhach, riding with her husband, was injured slightly, and a two-year old daughter was unhurt Leaders Outline Plans To Forestall Possible Grasshopper Outbreak; To Push Rural Electric Lines in Kossuth Conuty Agricultural and home economics extension work in Kossuth county will center around six major lines of activity next year, announces G. W. Bleich, Burt, president of the Kossuth County Farm Bureau. Principal features of'the 1938 program, Bleich said, will be (1) soil conservation, (2) weed control and eradication, (3) child development and family relationships, (4) boys' and girl's club work, t&> organization and (6) community activity. Decision to give these projects major emphasis was reached at a meeting of the farm bureau program committee held In Algona last week. Attending this meeting were Ralph Morgan, Algona; Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Lakota; Mrs. Ray Miller, Titonka; Earl Elbert, Whittemore; Ralph BarUetU Whittemore; George Walleutlne, Lakota; John A. Slcper, Buffalo Center; Sim Leigh, Irvington; E. F. Graff, Ames, district extension agent; A. L. Brown, county agent; Miss Lucile Pepoon, home demonstration agent; and P. L. Stainbrook, district farm bureau organization director. Plan Sheltorbelte In adniMon to these main lines bating a p break, the dairy interests' of the county will be served through the two cow testing associations, and a program will be developed to combat tuberculosis In poultry and swine and to give general Inform- SWEA CITY MAN FACING CHARGES DRUNKEN DRIVING George Byse, hailing from Swea City, but driving a car with a California license, was bound over to the Kossuth grand jury Friday of last week, after a hearing before Justice Jos. Dye of Swea City, on a charge of drunken driving. Byse was picked up near Swea City by the driver of a school bus, after the former's machine had zigzagged and gone into a ditch, according to testimony. At Swea City, officials called the local sheriff's office which went into the .natter. Pending the posting of a $500 bond, he is being held In jail. LADY imiVKRH IN COLLISION The sheriff's otfice was culled to investigate a mishap that occurred Wednesday morning, at the bridge over the Upper Des Moines river. A trailer attached to the car of Mrs. C. W. Scott, Burt, in some manner came loose, and collided with a machine driven by Mrs. Wm. Peterson, IJancroft. Nobody was hurt, but the car and trailer wen; banged up somewhat. ALGUNA MAN FINED ON DRIVING CHARGE Homer Clark, Algona, was lined $15 and costs in Mayor C. F. Specht's court, Monday night, after being arrested by Patrolmen Valentine and Van AUtyne, on a charge of reckless driving. Officers said his machine struck a cur parked near the Dehnert Hotel. Young People In Swea City Crash .V.vi-a City: A groj,i of young people out riding, last Saturday evening, wi.'ix- quite budly uh.ilion up when their car left the road, southeast of here, near the Geo. Rohlin place. Phillip Looft was cut ,-ind bruised en the hun ioi and hu'id, and had tiuee stitches taken in his nose. Other tveapnnts of the car wero Howarl P/I'M on. Robert Hand'-rs, Jessie Spoarv, Barbura, (.ent^rh and Dorothy Sanders. Harry 9lsh happened by after the mishap, and brought the young folks back to town, where their injuries wer.e treated by Dr. Minkel. 2-Day Bazaar A two-day ba«aar will be held next week at St. Cecelia's parochial schooj here, with dinner to be served each evening starting at five o'clock, followed £y dancing and amusements altar dinner. The ation on feeding livestock. Farm management activities will ba emphasized through the promotion of Interest In keeping farm accounts and the presentation of the agricul- ( tural and farm family living outlook Information. Cooperative marketing associations in the county will be given assistance in membership and organization problems, Mr. Blelch said. It is also possible that rural electrification work may become a major line of activity in the county. An application for an appropriation to establish electric lines in the county Is to be completed, and if it is granted by the RKA, this activity will talfe considerable tjm« in 1838. to get farmers to undertand more generally what hybrid seed corn is, what its possibilities are and how It should be grown. The soil conservation part of the county farm bureau program has been built around recommendations of the county planning committee, Mr. Blelch explained. The committee, madt up of 33 Kossuth county farmers working for the past two years, has brought out a report containing specific recommendations adapted to the soil of Kossuth county. Besides recommending certain definite crop rotations for different soil types, the committee has suggested that 50 percent of the farms need some commercial fertilizer, 25 percent need to plow under second crop clover, 25 percent of legume and grassland should not be plowed until spring and when sweet clover is sown In oats to be ploVed under for corn, the {following year 75 percent of it should be left until spring. ' . We«d Situation Serious The weed eradication program is aimed to make a start on a very serious situation, and one that is growing worse every year. A county farm bureau weed eradication committee will endeuvor to work out an educational program wi'.h the cooperation of the county hoard of supervisors. This program will consist of demonstrations eiKii-a- tionul meetings, news art:> les < ir- cul'ir letters, the establishment of teed treating centers at farmer.-,' tit-valors and the continuume of a cooperative service with the Seed Laboratory at Iowa Statj Cfi'cge for those who wish to scivl in leg- Line seeds In have them tested for germination an-1 purity. The child development and family relationships project will be presented to women of the county through a series of 14 training school centers. In connection with the home project, recreational activities will be promoted. Girls' club work during the corning year will deal with home furnishings, while the boys will pui t- icipate in baby beef, dairy calf and poultry clubs chiefly. Farm bureau organization work in the county will be under the direction of a committee of seven farmers, each of whom will have charge of four townships in membership campaign work. Germany Wants No War, Says Huenhold Germany wants no war, and the people are U9 per cent behind Hitler. August Huenhold told Rotur- iuns, Monday noon, in a half hour talk. Mr. Huenhold, prominent Algona tiurisc. recently return ftoin an extended trip to Germany, and other European countries. August said he thought Germany showed a decided improvement since bis last trip over there, six years ago. Nothing Objectionable Is Knowingly Allowed, None Is Wanted Defnite assurance that no concessions have ever knowingly been allowed to operate in an objectionable manner at the Kossuth fair, and that none which are objectionable will be tolerated In the future, was given this week by the Kossuth fair board. Earl Vincent, fair secretary, said Tuesday that the fair would probably have a different carnival company here next fall. In making the statement, he explained the manner In which carnivals operate. His statement was made in response to a petition that was, or is, being circulated among women throughout the county, asking a ban on "girl" shows at the fair. Booking Far Ahead "Fairs must have carnivals, be- eause that ig.wnat the people want. The fair,<h{iar.d contracts for a carnival far In .advance. The board' knows how many different shows are with the carnival, what the shows are supposed to be. and ho v w much space they need on the grounds. The carnival itself may or.jnay not own all of the shows. Sometimes some of the shows are privately owned, but travel with " fejcarrjival under contract. Thus, §nUi<ily owned shows in the carn- iyal,-probably are the ones, referred 'The fair board itself stated that It -welcomed suggestions for improvement of the Kossuth fair at all times., , - „,. Refit Room,a Problem Another '<• matter brought to the attention M the board was the matter oT the woman's rest room at the fair grounds..,- Vincent said that' a matron was on duty while the room was open, but of course could not supervise the conduct of all the women using the place. He stated that every year afier the fair. It is necessary for the fair board to have anywhere up to 100 feet of the sewer leading to the rest room dug up. Sometimes the sewer is clogged during the fair. The petition against fortune tellers and girl shows was first presented at a meeting of the Cresco Mothers and Daughters club, and later brought to the attention of the. county federation of woman's 600 Dedicate New Rural * Church in Ramsey Twp; Finest of Type in Iowa Algona Gets 1938 Gladiolus Show The Iowa 1938 Glndiohis show will be held in Algonn. Word of the successful application of the Algorm branch of the organization to hnve the show come here next year was received Tuesday, nnd approved by the local group at a meeting Tuesday night. The show this year was held at Sioux City. No definite date for the show here has been set, but the local group Is alieady at work on plans for the exposition in 1938. Officers of the local society will be elected for 1938 at a meeting to be held next week. WAS UMBERGER, NOW IT'S MICE AT COURT HOUSE Catch 6 In Sheriff's Of fice; Pearson's Pipe Kills Two Portland: Mrs. Mennett Trunk- hHl Is suffering with a sprained ankle, the result of n fall down stairs Monday when doing her wuHhing. . Three weeks ago it was,Jimburg- er over at the Kossuth court house. Now it is •, problem of mice. Some-time «RO the sheriff's ol- (ice wns forced to levy oh Some- popcorn at a LuVerne residence. Having no ptace to store the popcorn, the oil leers left it In one corner of the sheriff's office. And then came the mice. After nn ardent plea by Betty Sheridan, clerk In the office, Sheriff Loss and Deputy Cogley, arranged a fine scries of traps, irregardless of whether It was In or out of season. Tuesday afternoon they caught six mice between the hours of 4 nnd 6 p. m. Wednesday morning. Deputy Carl Pearson in the auditor's office, opened his desk. There, were two mice, both dead. Carl's pipe was also In the desk, and the supposition is that the mice were overcome by the fumes. •, say,Jhj» .c,qjirt house ey Gets Sheep Union: Chester Bailey received 1240 head of western sheep this past week. Orvllle Dixon assists in caring for the sheep. HOOS Best light butch., 140-160 $8.00-8.50 Best light butch.. IRQ-ISO 8.r>o-n.r>o Best light butch., 180-200 9.75-10.0C Best light butch.. 200-2.W 9.00-10.00 Med. heavy, 2nO-2PO 9.!iO-!».75 Med. heavy, 290-325 9.25-9.50 Butchers, 325-350 9.00-9.25 Butcher-i, 350-400 0 00 PnclJnR sows. 300-350 9.50 Packing sows, 350-400 9.75 Packing 1 sows, 400-500 9.00 rATTLK Vcnl calves 5.00-8.00 Canners anil cutters 2.50-3.25 Stock steers 5.00-7.00 Fat steers 9.00-11.00, Fnt yearlings R.00-9.00' Bulls 4.00-5.25 Fnt cows 4.00-5.00 GRAIN No. 2 soy beans $.78 No. 4 yellow corn, new Oct. 30 .42 No. 4 yellow corn new. Nov. 15 .40 No. 3 white oats 22 Barley, No. 3. new .40 EGOS Hermerys 2Ic No. I 19c No. 2 14c CnSh cream— No. 1 36c .NO, 2 MC • Sweet . 37r POI'VTRV Hens, ovrr 5 Ibs. I8c Hens. 4 to 5 lb«. l(l'«c Hens, under 4 Ibs. 13'Oc Leghorn hens 13'ic Cock-?,.under .4'^ .. 8c Cocks, over 4^i 10c Springs, over 5 Ibs. 19'ic Springs. 4 to 5 His. 18c Leghorn springs 15Hr Springs, under 4 Ibs. 17"jc tho Great Throngs, Sunday, To $20,000 Structure, 4 Mi. North Titonka HAS OWN POWER PLANT; SEATS 500 Markets sub.lect to change by time of publication. Wife of Theatre Man Hurt; Falls From Moving Car Mrs. H. B. Michael, wife of the manager of the LuVerne and Whittemore theatres, was badly Injured Wednesday afternoon when she pitched out of a door in a moving tfutomobile, on the road between Algonn and LuVerne. wms, rjdlsfc in 4h« was driving the car, which was traveling about 40 miles per hour. Thg Injured woman wns rushed to an Algona hospital, where she shoulder and other injuries. Kossuth 4-H Roys, Girls Won Poultry Prizes With 600 persons present, dedication of the new Ramsey Reform church took place last Sunday, four miles north of Titonka. The church Is Mid. to be the finest country church In the state of Iowa, and cost 120,000. RcV. Calvin jSchnucker i» pastor of th» qhurch. Present* Pastor Keys Rev. Schnucker officially opened the church for the congregation, when he was handed .the keys by George L. Miller, Algona contractor, who built It. Rcv^Schnucker then formally opened tne church,for services. Three services were held during the day. Rev. O. Haken, of BlotlX Palls, S. D., former pastor, conducted the morning service. Wm. Rolf of Pekin, IU., who Installed th* church organ, • was guest organist during the afternoon and evening services. Miss Frieda Meyer, regular church organist, presided at the morning services. ' Picnic Dinner nt Noon Approximntely 000 enjoyed a picnic dinner at the church nt noon. Rev. Frederick Bosch, Pella, and Rev. Henry Pannkuk, Applington, only son of the church in the ministry,, were nlso present nnd assisted in the services, in the afternoon, with about 700 attending. At the evening service. Rev. Jo- hunn Schmidt, Chapln, nnd Rev. Geo. Mcnnengn, Pclln, presided, Mrs. Schnucker presented 'some beautiful musical numbers. Rev. Schnucker, although a young l>astor, has made a remarkable record. His vital interest In the you:,g people and bin work in community Affairs, haa placed him in the forefront of north Iowa lenders, both pastoral and civic. Con Sent 500 People The church Is a large brick structure t with a normal seating capacity SL •9~m"m"v*f *!•»!«"«"*"• SWf«W ern in design alia acoustics. There are six Sunday school rooms and In the basement a large social room has been provided Including a platform, and a well equipped, modern kitchen. The church Is heated by a forced air heating system, and las its own light and power plant The pastor, the church and the •ommunlty are to be congratulated nn the fine improvement. THK KNJHT YOCN4JSTKRS I'HI'l'KKI) above were the winner:, in the 4-H poultry bhow held in Algona at the Swift i- Co. plant last Saturday. In the picture, left to right, buck row. Mavis HwaiiMm. Armstrong; Dorothy Me.sche.i-. Bancroft; Gordon Folh, Bancroft; Merle Miller, Titonku; and Verl Patterson. Algona. Front row. left to right, James ('daily. Wesley; Virginia Mi WlioMi-r. Hurl; :JMC| 1'ale Uruiis. Titonlia. Jn the White ISnrk i las... iJule Bruns, Mavis Kwan.scjM, Verl I'utterson and Virginia Mi Whorler placed in the nnier named. In Ihr New Hampshire du.-iH. Gordon Kolli and James Cattily placed tirsl and second, and in the Haired Hock rluss, Dorothy Meschtr and Merl Miller were lirst and second. Comptroller Goes Pishing Charlie Murtajjh and Gordon Kuha were at Spirit Lake Monday and returned with a nice string of silver bass, pike and perch and were kind enough to rem«iob*r some of their frUm-is. Pictured above are two Titonka folks who can be truly proud of the record their 4-H club achieved. They are Airs. Harold Miller and Martin Bleich. and they are the girls and boys leaders of the Titonka 4-H club. Their club won the sweepstakes cup, awarded Saturday by Swift ft Co., through its local manager, H. W| Dobsou, at Poultry Achievement Pay. Motor Thrill Day Billed Sunday At Etherington Farm A death-cdfying motorcycle :ind automobile hill climb will take [jlactf this Sunday. October 17, at the furin of Win. Utherington, two and one-half miles, northeast of Algona. The piu^ram starts at 'i p. in. Nationally known profi-A&ioniil riders will iJaj-ticijiiUe. In addition, a pistol shouting i-.<.- lilhlllun by Sergeant ami Mrs. Kco Ailstot will taku place. Another feature will be a stock car hill climbing exhibition, in which a Mu^on City man challenges anyone to out-perform him. There will also be u special event for old cars and jallopys of six years or over. Offer Hi School Students Prizes i''ur tin- bciU uufskfa on fout- luU M'orV* for Saturday, hi the schedule listed in Odd* and I'juls column, this ucu.spup T xti'l K\^ npi-cial auavds to tuu from tlu Alguna huh school and two from St. ('re: li.i'n Aciulciuy. (irai.j Koba of SvVea (,'ily. Mailing young lady shown above at the riyht. won lir»l place in the c;>.-,ay cont'.^L on "Huw to Ku.i:,e Baby ChivU.> ID Maturity", held in cuajuiiriinn with the 1-H poultry S)IUA here .Saturday. At hn left !.-. Karl Xwiefe) i-'! Til"l>ii.i vii-j U.uk -second i'l;ur in U,'. t.->.-ay cuu- Heavy Frost In County, Tues. Nile Kossuth county's first sharp frost brought heavier clothing out of closets in a hurry, Tuesday night and Wednesday morning when a low reading of 26 above zero was reported. Date High Low Prec. Oct. 8 . 62 3S Oct. 7 5« 36 Oct. 8 59 34 Oct. 9 64 48 .2* Oct. 10 70 48 .04 Oct. 11 74 46 Oct. 12 60 33 Oi-l. 13 . 26 Expect 200 Here To K. C. Conclave With about 200 delegates expect- r.l. a diMtrii t meeting: of the Knighti of Columbus is sl.-ited to be held ))• ie thin evi niriK (Thursday) in the V. K. \V. hull, over Anderson'* sturc. AJXJONA ADVKKTISKRS' DIKKCiTOKV 1'ACK TWO— .limrnie Neville Greenberg Auto Supplj Harris Bros. Station Wruy's Service I'AGK THREE— Kresensky's Maxwell Motors PACK FOUR— Misbach's Kent Motor I'AGK FIVE-- Uraham's Council Oak I'Ai.JE SIX— Algona Ice Cream & Candy New Call Theatre t'hiistensen Bros. Cowan Bids. & Supply Modern Dry Cleaners Thomas Radio Service i'ACK SEVEN— Brownell's Algona Auction Co. Klk Cleaners Baldwin's Fuod Market .lou Bloom lowu Theatre Cloptuii, Tailur i'AUE EIGHT— Botsford Lbr. Co. Bjustrom's F. S. Norton i Son PACK TEN— Lusby's Drug Store Hoeuk Motor Service Ben Franklin Store PACE ELEVEN— Anderson Grain & Coal Gamble Stores Johnson's D-X PACK TWELVE— Hub Clothiers Chrischilles Store Soreusen Grocery C. S. Johuaon A. W.- Amunsun NauduJn's £.

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