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HISTORICAL DEFT, Rewrites Of N*w» From Last Thurjday'§ Konuth County Advance SSS LOANS on sealed corn in Kossuth had been made up to last week, C. R. Janvrin, statistician In the soil conservation office flnnounced, totaling $162,390. About March 1, Dr after, Kossuth farmers will begin to receive soil benefit payments of some $400,000 and sugar beet growers, chiefly in the north end of the county will get about $180,000. FORMER LONE ROCK girl, Mrs. Lillian Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber, was held up and robbed of $400 in the office of a finance company, where she is employed, at Monroe, La., according to recent news from her. * * * ALGONA HIGH defeated Livermore, 30 to 24, in basketball, last Tuesday night, and the local wrestling team defeated Paton, 31 to 3. • 4 • FUNERAL SERVICES for A. W. Struve, the salesman who died suddenly in the Chrischilles store basement, were held Saturday with the Masonic lodge conducting the rites, at the McCullough funeral home. His wife arrived from California for the funeral. * » • KOSSUTH COUNTY lost a suit to collect $7064.97 in a decision handed down by Judge James A. DeLand in district court here last week. The county sought to collect against the Frank Wagner estate as repayment of county funds used to keep Wagner at Cherokee as a state patient. Failure to file the claim within the allotted time caused the ad- vene decision. * * • DIVORCE i granted to Lottie ' Crouch from Clarence Crouch on grounds of cruelty. . * • I* K. HOVET, former sheriff, will open an implement shop in the former Richardson furniture building, and will handle Case farm machinery. He Is giving up his lease on the Champlin service station. * * * HARVEY WADSWORTH, son of the late Jos. W. Wadsworth of Algona, died recently at Denver, Colo. • • • VIOLET OXLEY, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oxley, Corwith, and James Burns, Kanawha, were married, Jan. 19, at Corwith. • • • HELEN SCHRADER, Burt, was married Jan. 15, at El Paso, Texas, to Jack Osborne, relatives here were informed. She Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrader, and a graduate of Burt high school. V * • FRANK BURT, 64, former Algon- an, died Jan. 19 at Minneapolis of a heart attack. • • • JOHN JEROEN8ON, Ledyard, was quarantined for smallpox, at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Jergenson. 1-1-37 &Isona Upper ©e* Jflome* Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, Eight I'a sirs VOL. ^7,-NO. 2 HEN TO PRISON ON GIRL'S CHARGES •*• ••• ••• ••• ••• Stepfather of Plum Creek Child and Laborer Sentenced CONFESS, PLEAD GUILTY, GET 10 YEAR MAXIMUM 70 AT RALLY, OUTLINE C.C. FUTURE PLANS Annual Meeting, Election Slated for Some Time in March A mid-winter rally of the Chamber of Commerce was held last Thursday evening, In the Legion hall, with about 70 business and professional men in attendance. Newcomers to the community within the past few months were Introduced to their fellow business men, and included M. B. Griffith, C. T. Wilson, Frank Caughey, Louis Clements, and Henry Dobson\ Mr. Clopton, who has been here about a year, was also Introduced. Tan minute talks were given on various subjects by W. H. Qoddcn, Wm. F. Steele, Duane Dewel, Russ •Waller, T. H. Chrischilles and Ralph Miller, and discussion followed from the floor. An outline of events on the Chamber of Commerce schedule include the Charity Ball on Feb. 21st, and the annual meeting In March. At the annual meeting, terms of Joe Bloom, W. V. Butler, Wm. F. Steele and T. H. Chrischilles on the board of directors will expire, and an election for the four directorships will be held. BEFRIENDED YOUTH RUNS AMUCK A youngster whom they had befriended and made a home for, during his boyhood, turned into a raging demon at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Nemmers, last week, and caused Mrs. Nemmers to flee from the home in her husband's absence, and later to flle a complaint charging the young man with threatening to commit a public offense. The defendant was Emll Berger, who has been cared for and raised by the Nemmers, in Ramsey township for many years. Grown to manhood, Berger got into bad company, and some time back was arrested and sentenced to prison. He was later granted a parole, and found the Nemmers ready to again give him a home. Last summer his parole period ended—so did his good behavior. Last Thursday, when petty difficulties sent him Into a rage at the home while Mr. Nemmers was away, Mrs. Nemmers fled from the house and waited by the mall box until her husband returned. Then the couple filed the charge the next day. Appearing In Justice P. A. Danson's court, Thursday, Berger was stentenced to 30 days in jail, and the sentence was suspended upon condition that he immediately leave the state. He left that night for the home of a sister at Sallna, Kansas, never to return unless in violation of the law, County Attorney L. A. Wlnkel said. Algona Boys, Ledyard Girls Win Kossuth Basket Titles HOWARD VINSON FUNERAL RITES HELD SATURDAY SIX TEAMS IN NEW BASEBALL , COUNTY LEAGUE To Play Split Season; Hanifan, Gengler Are Elected Officers Arrangements were completed last Wednesday for a north Kossuth baseball league consisting of Swea City, Bancroft, Titonka, Wesley, Lotts Creek and Burt Jeff Hanifan of Swea City was elected president and Nick Gengler of Lotts Creek, secretary-treasurer. era; girls' trophies; flrat pla Father ial was In the Catholic cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert Jackman, Robert Kllegl, Mr. Teeter and Fred Domek. Mr. Gappa was unmarried. • • » K. S. COWAN and Aria Bakken, well known young Algona folks, were married Tuesday evening at the First Lutheran church, here, with Rev. M. A. Sjostrand officiating. They took a honeymoon trip to Chicago. They will make their home, for the time being, at the H. R. Cowan residence, while Mr. and Mrs. Cowan are on a month's trip. Winter Concert At High School Wed. The winter concert of the Algona high school band and orchestra will be given tomorrow evening (Wednesday) at 7:30 o'clock at the high school auditorium under the direction of H. R. Rasmussen. No admission will be charged. A representative group of selections will be played by both musical organizations, and general attendance is heartily urged. Ottosen P. T. A. Ottoaen: The January P. T. A. meeting was held in the high school auditorium Tuesday evening. The program was: selections by mix- de chorus; solo by Vivian Watnem, of West Bend; book review, "The Epic of America," Mro. Thompson of Bode; solo, Douglas Olson; saw •olo, the Rev. Hancock, of LuVerne and selection by high school girls' sextette. HOGS Best light butch., 110-160 Best light butch., 610-180 Best light butch., 180-220 Best light butch., 220-250 Med. heavy, 250-270 Med. heavy, 270-290 Med. heavy, 290-325 Butchers, 325-350 Butchers, 350-400 Packing sows, 275-350 .. Packing BOWS, 350-400 Packings sows, 4000-500 CATTLE Veal calves Canners and cutters Stock steers Fat yearlings Fat steers Bulls Fat cows GRAIN No. 3 mixed corn No. 3 white corn No. 3 yellow corn No. 2 white oats Barley, No. 3 $7.25-7.50 7.50-8.00 8.00-8.10 7.80 7.50 7.25 7.00 6.75 6.50 6.20 6.00 5.75 . 5.00-8.50 . 2.75-3.75 . 5.50-6.50 . 5.50-6.50 . 6.00-7.00 . 4.00-5.25 3.75-4.50 $.43 45 Father and Sister Survive Hennery* ........................... No. 1 ................................... No. 2 ................................... Cash cream — No. 1 ............................... No. 2 ................................. Sweet ............................... fOCLTBV Hen* over 5 Ibs 25'/i 40 17C 17c 14c ............ S4c ........ 32c .......... 38c Leghorn hens ...... ...... Cocks, under 4* Cocks, over 4V» .... SUgs, heavy breeds Stags, Leghorn Geese, Uv« Ducks, live A host of friends joined with relatives in paying final tribute on Saturday to Howard Vlnson, who passed away last Wednesday, Jan. 26th, at an Aberdeen, S. D. hospital, where he had been rushed after being taken seriously 111 at Conde, S. D., where Howard has been a rural mail carrier since August, 1936. He was 42 years of age. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church, Algona, with Rev. A. English, assisted ,by Dr. Burgess, in charge. 1 Burial was In Rlverview cemetery. He was a member of the Methodist church. Old Friends Pallbearers Pallbearers were old friends of Howard. They were Harold Lampright, M. J. McCall, Harold Roth, Ralph Elbert, Vaughn Rising and Lawrence Gilllsple. Howard is survived by his widow, two children, Craig, 18, and Shirley, 16, who will both retunt to Conde high school where they will graduate in the senior class this spring, two uncles, James Vinson and George Vinson of White Heath, 111., and four brothers-inlaw, Paul Laidley of Laurens, Lawrence of Whittemore, Karl of Detroit, Mich., and Dow of Algona. Algona High Gadu&te Howard 'vas born at White Heath, III., Sept. 10, 1895, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Vinson. His father survives him at Hartley, Iowa, and was here for the funeral. He came to Algona in 1902 with his parents, attended and graduated from the Algona high school, and was married to Margaret Laidley, June 15. 1918, in Algona. Howard had been in the government postal service for 17 years, and was widely known in this vicinity not only because of his work of a public nature, but because of his great Interest in sports. His special interests were baseball, football and basketball and in addition he was an amateur radio operator, and had a sending and receiving set from which he obtained great enjoyment in leisure hours. To R. R. For Health Knowing that his physical condition called for a change from his carrier delivery, Howard arranged for a transfer with Stanley Johnson of Conde, S. D., so that Mr. Johnson took over Howard's route here, and Howard went on Johnson's South Dakota rural route. That was in August, 1936. He was taken seriously ill the 19th of January, and rushed to Abredeen but efforts to save his life failed. Death was due to ulcers ol the stomach. Other relatives surviving are one sister, Mrs. Helen StilLraan, Tulsii, Okla. A brother of Howard's died 38 years to the day and almost to the hour of Howard's death. His mother passed away Sept. 12, 1917. Glee Club, West Bend, Applauded West Bend: The girls' glee club went to ErnmeUburg Wednesday to attend the county music festival. They song selection* and the trio consisting of Esther and Louise Needing and Harriet Lockwood was applauded generously each time they appeared on the program. govern the league. The season will be divided into two half season schedules. A number of local teams were invited to attend these meetings and the above mentioned teams showed Interest enough to enable a league to be formed. Only Sunday games will be played on the league schedule and fans in north Kossuth will be sure of som<? reaT baseball games this summer. All teams will use local talent with the exception of one player who may be outside the mile limits established by th* by-laws. Present arrangements call for a six-team league, but before the season opens this may be extended to eight teams. Grandjennett Sells Pool Hall in Rolf e Frank Grandjennett, former Algona man, who has recently been operating a pool hall at Rolfe, has sold his business to a man from Rockwell City, and the new owner took possession last month. Frank plans on going to Milwaukee to visit his sisters. He and Mrs. Greg Studer planned on leaving several days ago.^ When Frank would return, he himself did not know. He said he wanted a vacation for a time, before making future plans. Freeh, Davis Get Fined $10 Each Dore Freeh and Albert Davis of Algona were fined $10 and costs, each, and given 30 days to pay the fine, by Mayor C. F. Specht, in the mayor's court, Saturday, on a charge of petty larceny. Freeh and Davis were apprehended by Officers Van Alstyne and Valentine, who were making rounds down near the Northwestern tracks. They spotted the two local men near a Northwestern coal car, from which they were taking coal. West Bend Girls Win Cage Crown West Bend: The West Bend girls' basketball team won the Palo Alto county girls' tournament, Saturday night, when they won the final game by defeating Mallard, 42 to 27. In preliminary games they won from Ruthven and Cylinder, the last named being an easy victory. Gerald Agard, brother of Burdette Agard, of Algona, is coach of the girl's team. George Carmody May Locate Here George Carmody, Whittemore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody of Whittemore, is contemplating the opening of a law office in Algona. Mr. Carmody recently passed the state bar examination, and has been looking over possible locations since that time. He graduated from DePaul University, Chicago, last June. George has been considering an office on the second floor of the old post office building. Sale Date Set February 14th has been aet as UM date for the closing out sale of Mr*. A. J. Keene * Sou, near Algona. Sentenced For Cattle Thievery From Own Dad Leonard J. Peterson, Swea City, was sentenced to a term of not to exceed five years at Anamosa ' state penitentiary, last Friday, on charges of grand larceny, by Judge James A. DeLand in district court here. Peterson's trouble arose after he wan charged with stealing six head of cattle from his father, E. C. Peterson, a farmer In the 8\vca City vicinity. The state charged that young Peterson took the cattle by truck to So. St. Paul, where he sold them for a little over $400, Jan. 81st He was taken before the judge on a county attorney's Information. His truck WM confiscated in St. PauL Ottosen, Rites On Wednesday, Jan. 26 Ottosen: Ole Knuteson of Ottosen died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Roscoe Kuhn, in Rodman, Sunday, at 11:30. Mr. Knuteson had been in ill health for a number ot years. He suffered a stroke last summer. He is survived by his widow, three daughters and one son, Mrs. Orvilla Knuteson of Rodman, Mrs. Lucille Stone of West Bend, Mildred and Robert of Ottosen. Funeral services were held at the Kuhn home and at the Lutheran church at Ottosen, Wednesday afternoon with Rev. S. O. Sanae officiating. Pallbearers were: Henry Zlnnell, Art and Louis Zinnell of West Bend and Ed Zinnell, Thomas Olson and Ed Edwards of Ottosen. Daniel Harris, 39, Rites Held Friday Funeral services for Daniel Loyd Harris, 39 years of age, were held Friday at the McCullough Funeral Home, with services in charge of Rev. Volzke, Baptist pastor. Musical numbers were presented by Mrs. Russell Cook and Mrs. F. C. Volzke, with Kathleen Evans at the piano. Burial was at Livermore. Mr. Harris is survived by his wife and six children, Loyd, Alfred, Hazel, Russell, Harry and Rose; his mother, a brother, Harry and four sisters, Mrs. Eva Nelson of Grants- bury, Wis., Mrs. Mary Beers of Humboldt, Mrs. Edith Lewis of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Minnie Henery of Mankato, Minn., and a brother, Chester of Gilmore City . He was born at Livermore. Iowa, April 8, 1898, and was united in marriage to Velma Fosnaugh, April 27, 1929. at Algona. He was baptized and lived in the Baptist faith, and was a loving father and a kind husband. His earthly possession were meek and humble but God blessed him with that ever willing hand to help a friend in distress. Forgery Charge A charge of forgery was filed against Herbert W. Zimmerman, January 26th, by James Murtagh, Algona. Zimmerman was bound over to the grand jury on the charge with bond set at $1,500. SUIT FOR $16,000 , BEGINSTODAYIN , COURTTERMHERE Auto Accident Jury Selection Set to Begin Today Wesley Wins Class "B" Title; Sportsmanship Trophy, Swea City Algona high school won the Kossuth county basketball title, Monday night, defeating Wesley, champions of the Class "B" division, 39 to 18. Ledyard high school's girl team, champions of the north half of Kos-> suth, won the county title from LuVerne, south half champions, in an earlier game at Algon high school in the most thrilling game of the evening, by a dcore of 31 to 28. Trophies Awarded Following the two games, Supt. O. B. Laing of Algona presented trophies as follows: Sportsmanship trophy to Swea City high school, accepted, by Griffith, one of the First jury trial of the present term of district court was scheduled to get under way today, when a jury to hear the civil action for $16,000 damages, brought by John L. Campbell against Ed Wilson is set to open. The accident in question happened last year, three and one-half miles southeast of Thornton. Campbell was riding in Wilson's car. Other Case* Set Other cases set for trial arc as follows, Judge DeLand has announced: Mrs. George Kllegl vs. Oscar Poirot, et al. Champlin Refining Co. vs. Claud Wibbcn. Herman Erdman vs. Northwestern Nnt'l Ins. Frank Pruisman vs. Emll Pruis- man. John Kissner ct al vs. Guy Fnr- rcll. Otto Westllng vs.. Walter Hunt, Jr. Farmers Mutual Hail Ins. Co., vs. Weiner. Alma Armstrong Estate vs. Jas. Johnson, Jr. (Especially set for Monday. Feb. 7th.) Bess Greenwood vs. Smith Produce, et al. Many Accident Cane* Most of the above cases are results of automobile accidents. Mrs. Armstrong was killed in an accident Oct. 29, when the car In Quaker Oats Co. Renews 26 Week Program of Ads Quaker Oats Co. has rrnrwed Ita contract for advertising for 26 more weoks with The Algona Upper Drs Molnpft, and n representative of the company In now working; In thin territory on tie- up material with . grocers and distributors. Thin In the second such advertising contract to be given to this newspaper by the. company In the pant year. In placing the contract, company officials have praised highly the success of the first sneh campaign, carried locally, and paid high tribute to newspaper advertising M a vital link In merchandising even soch a fine product as Quaker Oats. anted to Nygaard. Boys' winners. Class "A" Algona, to Kenneth Lynk, Algona captain and Class ';B" trophy to Loebig, Wesley captain. LuVerne Rallies Ledyard girls held a consistent lead through the first and second quarters of its game with LuVerne, but had a disastrous third quarter. Score at the half was 17 to B for Ledyard, and at the third quarter's end, 23 to 19 for LuVerne. Lloyd and Gelhaus led the north enders in the first half, but J. Conoway was unstoppable In the third quarter, and repeatedly tallied, to put her team ahead. Lcdyard's offense bogged down until late in the fourth period, when Lloyd and Gelhaus again found the basket, and untimely fouls by LuVerne, and deadly sinking of free throws by the north end team, told the story. 15 BELOW FOR COLDEST MARK HERE, MONDAY / , Thawing to Sub-Zero Is Jump Within Single Week damages. As the result of an auto ncclden near Bode, Mrs. George Kliegl is seeking $7,500 from Oscar Polrot and Frank Schattschneider. She was riding in a firm cnr of the Whittemore company to Des Moincs to select a new car when the accident occurred. The Greenwood vs SniiUi case is also for damages, to the extent of $5,300 as the result of a rnr-truck crash near Ames, in February, 1930 In Westling vs. Hunt, the plaintiff is asking damages charging that he was struck, beaten and otherwise assaulted. He asks $770.50 for doctor's bills, pain and anguish, etc. Investigation Discloses 2- Year Period of Inter- Family Intimacy A temperature of 15 below zero, lere, Monday morning, was the cold- st day of the season, but not as noticeable as the cold of several days earlier, due to the fact that no wind accompanied the drop in temp- rature. Week's weather as tabulated by Leon Merrltt, local statistician, was as follows: Date High Low January 24 34 8 January 20 » -« Sentences of an indeterminate period not to exceed 10 years each, In Fort Madison penitentiary, on charges of statutary rape were doled out to Delbert Fosnaugh, 30, and Dan Taylor, 49, In district court, Monday afternoon, by Judge James DeLand of Storm Lake. The case culminated an investigation that disclosed a situation aa messy and shocking as anything that has come to public light In Kossuth county in years. Wn» Girl's Stepfather A short time back, Fosnaugh went to County Attorney L. A. Winkel. nnd asked to file an information ngninst Taylor, charging that the latter had been having Illicit relations with a step-daughter of Fosnnugh, now 16 years of age. nnd that the girl was pregnant. Winkel nrrested Taylor, who has been working nt transient jobs In nnd around Algonn for some time, 1 proceeded to question him, the girl and Fosnaugh. Then by cross- pucstionlng, it came to light that he girl's stepfather had also known he girl Intimately. In fact he admitted that they had relations as ar back as two years ago, when he girl was 14 years old. Fosnaugh was then arrested. Steady In Court Both men went before Judge DeLand without any outward sign* of great emotion over the crime and impending sentence. As they leaneu up on the judge's court room detk, he wa» forced to uk'ttMm Bhfttpty to fltealgtaUii up- , January 29 24 " Iff January 30, 2H snow ....IB -8 January 31 -15 Forecasts were for slightly moderating temperatures, and unsettled, the next few days. Nelson Hdwe. Sold To G. M. Howard Of Washington, la. L. J. Nelson has sold his hardware store to G. M. Howard of Washington, Iowa, who takes possession today. Mr. Nelson has been in the hardware business here for several years, having purchased the store from Oscar Erlckson who succeeded A. K. Cliff. During the years has befn in business here he has I taken an active part in civic and Plan 14 County Athletic Following the State Athletic In- ! community affairs His plans for Summary of the Ledyard- Lu-1 stitute held in Algona Wednesday Verne game follows: Ledyard (3D Lloyd Gelhaus Gable Bstle Halverson Olson Zielske . Barnes LuVerne (28) J. Conoway Smith RamuB Nygsard Dimler McOellan Wermersen E. Conoway Hurt is Fg Ft A 6 2 11 B Fg Ft 8 4 0 I In all day sessions which were at- f ( tended by coaches, teams and upon- 2 bors, recreational directors from Ft 1 Dodge, Humboldt, Wesley, Swea 1 City, West Bend and Algona, Oliver 3 S. Reiley, Algona, president of the 5' State Amateur Athletic association 3 and also district director in charge 2 of 14 counties, said that several 0 counties indicated that they would form baseball leagues in the near 17 future and us early as next fall F I county, district und state tourna- 1 merits will be held. 1 I Counties in this district include 1 i Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Em- 2 met, Humboldt, Hancock, Cerro 3 Gordo, Palo Alto, Webster, Wright, Worth. Winnebago, Pocahontas and Kossuth. CORRECTION Two weeks ago, in an item from Union township reported that var ious sheep in the neighborhood brought in from the west to feed, had the scab. This report was in error. There is no scab among western sheep in this section, but there is some among native sheep, 11 6 Algona vs. XVesley Algona had little trouble defeating Wesley. The latter team put up a game scrap, especially in the first half, and in the closing minutes of the final period, but tallied a total of only five field goals. Wesley's zone defense slowed down the Algona attack. Algona led at the half, 14 to 7. Only two Wesley field goals were made in the first half, one in each quarter. In the third quarter, the Bulldogs really put on the heat. Despite the fact that the locals took too many shots from far out on the floor. Dairymen To Be Legion Guests Tonite Guest speakers on the subject of "Dairy Discussions" at the regular meeting of Hagg Post No. 90 Tuesday evening, at the Legion Hall, will be Mads Christiansen, Judge W. B. Quarton and Chester Baiiy. The program will be in charge of County Agent A. L. Brown and Legion speakers will include, besides Mr. Brown, Fred Plumb and Herman Bosworth. "This is one of a series ol winter meetings" Commander Nugent states, "and the general pub- he, and especially farmers, are invited. A short business mot-ting at the future are not definite as yet, but he plans to remain in Algona for the time being at least. Mr. Howard and his wife have rented a house on North Wooster street, and will move to Algona. He has been with the Rukgaber hardware at Washington, Towa, the past year and previously was manager of the Fabritz hardware Ottumwa, which wus his home. in their percentage was pretty good.) *> !'• '"• sharp, will prected the pro- which is all that counts. In the final period. Coach Findley used substitutes freely, both because of his team's adequate lead. and also because several of hi.-* players had three personal fouls on them. Miller, who played a tight defensive game, und was the spearhead of the offense, feeding the ball in to the forwards and center, was (Continued on Last Page) train, and lunch will follow. To Texas Univ. Rodney Van Ness, .son of E. J. Van Ness, Al^ona attorney, left Sunday for Texas, where lie will enter the University of Texas this next quarter. Rodney had a year's work at Iowa, and then had been working at a local oil station the past few months. City Poll Tax Repealed Algona's city council voted repeal of the city poll tax, at 1U monthly meeting, last Thursday, in the city hall. Publication of an ordinance repealing the old poll tax ordinance is carried In today's Algona Upper Des Molnea. The repeal ol the tax, a hang-over from old-time days when road work was required of all able-bodied mea between 21 and 45 year* of age, will be welcome relief from a headache which occurs every year when authorities attempt to collect the tax. Last year, only $555 wus collected, and about half of those coming under the tax did not pay it. Most of the tax has been collected by city marshals following the expiration of the time limit, of Oct. 1. when a penalty has been attached. In practice however, only those who have property against which the tax can be levied have actually paid the tax, and many escaped altogether. Many towns of 3.0UO or more have eliminated the poll tax in recent years, ai being too expensive to collect and to much of a bother, for the funds actually obtained. A cigarette license was also granted to the new Wilson cufe in the former State's cafe building. Five Couples Get Wedding Licenses Marriage licenses issued since last Thursday In the office of Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, clerk of court, were us follows: Louis Schumacher and Gerahiine Sheppard, both Whittemore, Jan. 31st. Raymond L, Hogan and Elizabeth L. Kennet, both Whittemore, Jan. 31st. Sylvester Louis Karl and Bernice Engel, both Mankato, Jan. 31st. William Trenary. Bancroft, and Virginia Olvey, Tell City, Indana, Jan. 29th. Lorman Hattle, Titonka, and Leola Godden, Burt, Jan. 28th. West Bend Lady To California West Bend: Mrs. Alrna Kongs- bach left Friday by train for Ban Francisco, Calif. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Ruth Muriclc of Fort Dou^e. Tile ladies have two brother.-, at Fresno and nephews at Kan Francisco, where they will spend tivo months visiting relatives. Worked in Club Destroyed by File Livermore: There was a jifcat deal of anxiety at the home of Mr. :md Mrs. Jaek Syke.s litre Friday, when tlie news of the disastrous tire ill Fort lJudge. which destroyed the Fort Dodyo night club, reached them, for they have a son. »Jeorge. who has been working there for some time. However, il did not lake long for them to yet in touch with him und lind that lie was all right, and was not on duty at the time of the fire. Mrs. Clayton Honored Portla-iid: Mry. Tuai CIu> toii'a birthday was observed Wuiiiiesduy afternoon by 11 ladiea. ^a-thcrm^ al the Clayton homo. ' to them, they had both filed full Confessions before -going Into the court room, and seemed glad to get the matter over with. H* Fosnaugh has been employed in Plum Creek township on a farm. His present wife, her daughter by a former marriage who had been involved In the proceedings, and their six children, had all been living in the tenant house. Girl Thin, Childish The girl, whose troubles are only beginning, said that she and Taylor had been seeing each other for some six or seven months past. Fosnaugh said that he had been "out" with his step-daughter as recently as two weeks ago. The girl, looking childishly young, despite her approaching mother- lood. looked thin and sickly, and hardly aware of all that was happening in the case. She seemed to feel no hatred for either of the men, and they In turn. seemad hardly aware of the aspect the case took, in the public gaze. Sheriff Loss nad both men in custody, today, preparatory to taking them to Fort Madioon. Schram A Candidate Wm. Schram, Titonka, has taken out nomination papers as a candidate for county supervisor from the third district. Will Cosgrove, democratic incumbent, had not announced as yet for reelection, but it was believed he would run for reelection. Home In Ambulance I West Bend: Mrs. John Bennlng- ' er was brought home from T.owa City, Friday in the hospital ambu- | lance. She was taken there about , ten days before, when she fell on the ice and broke the bone in her hip. She will be confined to her home for some time. Bridal Shower, Ottosen Ottosen: A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Mrs. Arthur Lovig Wednesday afternoon at the- Lutheran church parlors. A short program was giveo. The bride received many useful gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses. AUiO.NA ADVERTISERS' DIKECTOKY PAGE TWO Klassie Motor Co. Algona Ins. Agency PAGE; THKEE Algona Fed. Savs. & Loan K. i H. Oil Co. C. O. Kiddle & Son. F. S. Norton & Son. PAGE FOUK-Murrison Beauty Shop Call Theatre Foster Furniture Co. K.iealy Lbr. Co. EIU diallers Algona Ice Cream & Cuildy PA<;K FIVE H. M. Colwell Lung's Food Store Iowa Theatre K. D. James Borchardt's Andersun Grain & Coul PACK SIX Butsford Lbr. Co. Kulilliaas i Spilles E. W. I.usby PAGE SEVEN - Kresen^ky's Jiinmie Neville Graham's PAGE E1C.HT Chrisehilles Store Hub Clothiers Bruwiell Shoe Co.