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HISTORICAL DEFT. DR. W. PHASER DIEDTHORSDAY Eminent Physician Passes After Suffering Two Strokes Was Great Student, leaves Widow and Three Talented Children Dr. Walter Fraser, well known Algona physician, whose illness was noted In these columns last week, died Thursday night, May 19. The Saturday evening previous, Dr. Fraser sustained a stroke which paralyzed his left-side. A second stroke coming just four days later caused complete paralysis and his death came the following night. Born In Canada Dr. Fraser was born of Scotch parentage April 10, 1870, on Wolfa Island, Canada. Wolfe Island is one of the Thousand Islands in the St Lawrence river, north of New York state. Dr. Fraser came to Iowa with his parents when 11 years of age and the family settled on a farm west of Irvlngton In Kossuth county. For several years Dr. Fraser taught country school and then took a year's medical work at the Iowa State University at Iowa City. Later 'he was graduated from the Marlon Sims College at St. Loulr, Missouri. Dr. Fraaer began practice In 1893 and practiced in Lu- Vcrne and Corwlth for 13 years. He Came to Algona in 1906 and began the practice of medicine which has continued here for the past 32 years with the exception ol the time spent in the United States Medical Corps during the World War. Married LuVerne Girl aigona tipper iDcs jtloincs • 0fp ^L ^^• Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY MAY 24, 1<«8 Twelve Pages VOL. :17— NO. 21 STACE SET FOR SAFETY DAY, THURS. Lakota Youth, 20, Taken In Custody- Attack Case In 1894 Dr. Fraser was married to Miss Rosa Scott at LuVerne who survives him, together with their three children. R. Scott Frascr of Hatfield, Pennsylvania, Eleanor of Algona, who is editing tha "Up and Down the Street" feature In the Algona .Saturday Shopper and Dr Walter A. Fraser of Rochester, N Y. In his 32 years of practice In Algona. Dr. Fraser gained a wide acquaintance and many friends, who came to know of his grer.t devotion to his noble profession and his sincere effort to do what he could to alleviate the sufferings of humanity. Dr. Fraser was .1 great student and kept up his studies until the end. He took special work in Chicago hospital In eye, ear, nose and throat and' Kpeclallr.- ed in this branch of the profession. After the World War he took special work at the graduate school of the University of Pennsylvania, and at Jefferson hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., and made a special study of broncoicopy under the famous Dr. Chevalier Jackson at Jefferson KOSSUTH MEN WIN HONORS IN BUTTER CONTEST 1 160 at Swea City, Last . Thursday, For All Day Program Swea City: The .state butermakers convention, held at Swea City last Thursday, drew some 160 members of the group from all sections of the state, and 'brorght high praise from the vistors on behalf of the committee responsible for the arrangements, consisting of Mr. Bartlett of the Whittemore creamery, Mr. Bonnstetter of Graettlnger, and Mr. Engen of Swea City. Creamerymen and their wives were greeted by a large street ba» - ner reading, "Welcome Buttermnk- ers", which was put up by the Swea City Merchants Association. The program began at 1:30 p. m. with an address by R. A. Rudnlck of Ames. Contests In butter scoring and butter judging resulted In the fol lowing awards: Superior—Mllo Bakken, Lake Mills and Bruce Eckhart, Algona. Excellent—Wm. Helgason, Wall- Ingford; I. L. Seeman, Algona; A T. Anderson. Humboldt, ard Joe Chambers, Humboldt. Butter from all over the state and adjoining ments of airmail for the Natlona Dr. Prater immediately volunteer- for service In the Medical Reserve Corps. He was commissioned as a lieutenant June 27, 1017, nnd was assigned to a hospital at Hoboken. N. J., and later wns nt Cnmp Dlx. N. J., near Philadelphia. Here he was head of the examining board for eye. ear, nose, throat and wns distinguished bv being awarded n bronze victory button. Dr. Fraser was perhaps on» of the greatest students that Aleona has known and wns interested in numerous things outside his profession. He had on extensive workshop nt his home and at the time of hi* death was about to complete a 6-inch reflecting telescope mod of brass by his own hnnds. He was Interested In mechanics nnd enjoyed the work In his shop. He also enjoyed the study of astronomy find other sciences. Although of a mod est and unassuming disposition, his talents and ability were recognized states was scored. In butter judging, prizes were awarded in two divisions, one for men and one for women, with results as follow: Men'* division: (1) Fred Thles, Bancroft; (2) I. L. Seeman, At- Bancroft Woman of 35 Badly Beaten Late Friday Night Melvtn Schroeder, 20, from near Lakota, was being held in the county jail here, Monday, pending the outcome of the' condition of Bertha Vaske, Bancroft, whom he Is charged with having attempted to attack, last Friday night The attack occurred shortly after midnight, one and one-hah blocks south of Main street, as Miss Vaske, who Is 35 years of age, was returning home after attending a dance at the Legion hall. From Behind Bushes She and another girl friend separated on a corner and she proceeded on her way home, alone. A few moments later, she stated a man came out from behind some bushes and started to follow her. She turned and told the youth he did not need to follow her, whereupon he suddenly struck her in face and knocked her to the ground. He tried to. drag her from the sidewalk, but Miss Vaske fought back. In the ensuing scuffle the woman was beaten around the head and face. Several of her front teeth were knocked out, and she was in a serious condition, Monday, according to Sheriff Casey Loss. Sheriff Loss and Deputy Art Cogley were called to Bancroft immediately after the woman reached her home, four blocks from the scene of the attack attempt. After Miss Vaske fought back, the assailant finally gave up the fight, and fled without succeeding In his criminal attempt. Button—Right Clue In the meantime, a call to the state bureau of criminal. Investigation waa made and the state ag- ~ Orub«r and 50 LBS. AIRMAIL WERE SENT FROM WESLEYJHURS'Y 439 Letters from Algona Were Mailed; Special Cachets Valuable John Hauptman of Wesley, first airmail pilot of • Kossuth county, flew the first direct shipment of airmail from Kossuth county, to Des Molnes last Thursday. Because of the wet weather and the conditions of the landing field at Algona, Hauptman did not attempt to land here, and postmasters from other sections sent their mall direct to Wesley for the start. Postmasters at the take-off were Hael Geerdes of Wesley, Joseph Lichty of LuVerne, Herman Wise of Sexton, J. J. Bonnstetter of ACADEMY GIVES DIPLOMAS; HIGH FINALE THURSD'Y Commencement Program Set for Thursday, May 26, at 8 p. m. Corwlth, Titonka, Mrs. Lucy Newvillfc and W. W. Sullivan Algona, as well as other postal officials from Garner, Britt and Klemme. Ervold Loebig, assistant postmaster at Wesley, and rural carriers George Aldrich and Vee Mullin also helped with the Wesley shipment. There were (2) Mrs. Fred Thlei, Bancroft; (3) Mrs. I. L. Scemnn, Algona. Following the conclusion of the program, a banquet was served in the M. E. church parlor by members of the Ladies' Aid. Rev. M. A. Sjostrand Decline* Call From Essex, Iowa, Church Rev. M. A. Sjostrand. popular pastor of the First Lutheran church of Algonn nnd the Bancroft Lutheran church, also, announced to his congregations at the two churches. Sunday, that he had declined a call recently received from Essex. Iowa, from St. John's Lutheran church of that place, and that he will remain as local pastor here. The Essex church Is one of the largest In the conference, with some 300 members and a $71.000 church generally. j structure. Given Military Funeral I Rev. Sjostrand came here MX Dr. Fraser was an active member years ago. and during his stay lius of the Algona American Legion post and was given a miltary funerpl by Hagg Post last Sunday morning, the services being held at the Kt Thomas Episcopal church, with Rev. DeVere La V. Shclmandine In charge, the burial being made on the Soldier's Plot in Rivervlew cemetery. Besides the widow and the children those present of the near relatives were Mrs. Monte Nelson, White Lake. S. D. Mrs. Norina Budack and Miss Carrol Squiers of Chicago, nieces, Duncan Fraser of Algona is a brother and Mrs. Wm Henderson of Delta, Colorado, is a sister- The pall bearers were. Dr. F. C. Scanlan, Glen Haney, and four nephews. John Fra:ier, Donald A. Fraser. John D. Fraser, and O. Scott Moore. 10th in Family Graduates, Fenton Fenton: When Hadley Bailey received hi» high school diploma on Tuesday evening of last week, it wa» an old, but happy story to his father. Frank Bailey. Hadley, youngest member of the Bailey family, was the tenth of Mr. Bailey's children to graduate from the Fenton high school, which bounds like a record. Other members of the Bailey family to graduate were Will. Cedar Rapid*; Fred, Marshall, Minn,; Ethel (dece«sed>; Carolyn (Mrs. A. W. Whitlow) Armstrong; Cecil. Seneca' Fraacts. Britt; Marjorie Rochester; Pouna Jean, John and Hadley, Fenton. Cool Weather in JCossuth Continues Unusually cool weather prevailed throughout Kossuth county the forepart of the week, as ranu abated and dear skies again returned to this region. Week's weather: JJate Hi » h '' uw Kul " May 16 May H May i» May 1» May 20 May 21 May 22 and Marshal William Duddlng of Bancroft, searching the scene of the assault, found .a button with red cloth. They immediately began question Ing folks at the dance ns to who had been wearing red shirts at tho dance. The Investigation continued all-day Saturday, and Information they received led them to the Schroeder farm near Lakota. Sheriff Loss said Schroeder admitted almost at once that he was guilty, and displayed his fist with a deep gash in it, which he said he received in the struggle. His face and neck were scratched by the girl's finger nails. Officers said they had obtained «, written confession from him. Schroeder said he had been drinking and did not remember exactlv what had happened that evening. Four Poppy Poster Winners Selected Names of prize winners In the 439 airmail letters sent from Algona, Postmaster Sullivan stated. In all. there were about 50 pounds of mall sent from Wesley, with some 20 pounds coming from Algona. Stamp collectors are' having field day In the special airmail flight, as practically nil of the post- offices had special cachets Ordered and used them on their special ship- Commencement exercises for th« graduating class of the Algona high ichool will be held Thursday evening in the school auditorium. Twenty-two seniors at St. Ceceia's Academy received their diplo mas Sunday evening at the church, Vom Father Malllnger, at the graduation exercises. The Academy classes, other than the seniors, are continuing through this week, and will finish their term work oh Friday. The program as announced by Supt. O. B. Lalng of the public ichool for Thursday evening fol ows: Processional—high school band, 1. H. Rasmussen. director. Invocation—Rev. Charles Pfelffer. Program theme—"Our School in 'reparation for Life", planned and directed by class of 1938. Introduc- lon by J. G. McDowell, principal. Student chairman, Maxine Caldwell. 'anel, Richard Keen, Jack Long and Margaret Egesdahl. Address, "Spirit of Iowa," by Dr. Bruce Mahan, director of the extension division, University of Iowa. Male quartet numbers. Special awards, presented by O. B. Laing. Presentation of diplomas by G. D. Shumway, president board of education. Benedicitlon—Rev. Pfeiffer. Robert Muckey Is the class president, Richard Keen the vice president and Ruth Will Is secretary- treasurer. Blue Ribbon Bargain Day Thursday is a Real Event Thursday will not only be Safety Day In Algona, but it will be Blue Ribbon Bargain Day, as well. Local merchants are again co- _perating by offering a varied assortment of timely and bargain- priced merchandise items for the thrifty shoppers and these will be found in the pages of today's paper. Modern newspapers are not only the quickest and most complete method of obtaining nrws, but they bring thrtr subscribers the Cream. of merchandise bargains with every edition, which In theimelvM can save ninny time* the subscription prlry. In canvassing for the advertised items as printed through these pages today, the Trade Promotion Committee has received assurance from cooperating merchants that Items advertised are being offered at cost plus handling charges, and well below the regular retail selling prices. For the most part, the special Items offered are bringing no profit' whatsoever to the merchants sell- Ing the Items, but are being offered for this one day only, Thursday, May 28th, at cost. Bring the kids, and get here early. The Safety Pnrade wlil be held at 2 p. m.. and there will be ample time before and afterward to take advantage of Blue Ribbon Bargain merchandise. Watch for the stores with tho Blue Ribbon Bargain banners on their fronts; inside of the stores, all specially priced merchandise will be immediately spotted by the special placards which will identify it for the convenience of the shop ping public. 0. S. Reiley Named Secy. Of Marshalltown C. of C. LUVERNE VOTERS ON To Take Up New Duties June 15; No Successor Named O. S. Reiley, secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce for the last year and a half, was appolnt- d secretary of the Marshalltown Chamber of Commerce, last Friday, ic was informed in a long distance call from Mnrshalltown. Mr. Relley's resignation as secretary here was accepted by the aoard of directors, nt a special meeting last Friday evening. His new position begins on June 15th and he was scheduled to meet with his new board at Mnrshalltown yesterday (Monday'. During his residence In Kossuth county, Mr. Reiley has played a prominent part In practically every ' -'-""' *- A. Lindbergh. won"high" regard for himself, not American ^Legion Auxiliary Pouter only from members of his two con-' —1.1-1- i~. n.- ~i gregations, but from hundreds of friends in other denominations. His •ongregations and his friends join in happiness at his decision to ic- main. He will deliver the commencement address at Bancroft high schaoi, this coming Thursday evening. Mrs Sjostrand will also appear, with several vocal offerings. HOGS Best light butch., 140-160 . Best light butcn.. 160-180 . Best light butch.. 180-220 Best light butch.. 220-250 Med. heavy, 280-270 Med. heavy, 270-290 Med. heavy, 290-328 Butchers, 325-350 Butchers, 350-400 $7.50-7.75 7.75-8.00 8.00-8.13 8.00 7.8". 7.70 7.65 7.10 7.2,i . 7.00-7.10 7.00 6.80 contest, which precedes the annual Poppy Day of the organization, were announced Monday by the committee. Awards are made in both public school and academy for pupils from the sixth, seventh and eighth grades. At St. Cecelia's Academy, F.mo- gene Mertz won the first prize of $2 and second prize of $1.50 went '.o James Mahoney. In the public school, Gerald Pederson won first prize and Francis McVey won the second prize. The posters will be on exhibit in local store windows this week. The annual Poppy Day will be held next Saturday by the Auxiliary. Kennedy & Parsons Announce Changes In Local Setup Kennedy &. I'ursons Co. today arc announcing a change in their policy. Three years ago they felt that the trade territory surrounding Aigonn would justify a whnlejile supply of groceries to the retailers. They invented many thousands of dollars in buildings, equipment and inventory, frunishing prompt store door deliveries to all their customers. The lack of volume of business and competitive conditions prevented sufficient income in this activity to justify its continuance. The re- fore they are promptly liquida'ing their stock of grocery Items. They will continue with their general ine of supplies and other activ- ties. They are making plans to continue with the distribution of the Stokely line of canned food* Their ilan of distribution of Stokely Foods 68 6S 60 07 08 1)0 73 •13 52 M 54 49 50 46 1)2 .52 truce .14 trace Packing sows, 275-350 Packing sows, 350-400 Packing sows, 400-500 CATTLE Canners and cutters $3.00-4.00 Veal calves 5.00-7.50 Stock steers 5.00-7.00 Fat yearlings 6.00-7.25 Fat steers 7.00-8.00 Bulls 4.50-5.50 Fat cows 4.00-6.50 GRAIN No. 2 mixed corn $.45 No. 2 white corn .47 No. 2 yellow corn 45' No. 2 white oats 2 Barley, No. 3 38 EGGS Hennerys 18c No. 1 18c No. 2 Cash cream— No. 1 NO. 2 24t Sweel 27c FOIXTBY Hens, over 5 lb». Hwis, 4 to 5 Ibs 14c Hens, under 4 Ibs lit. Leghorn hen« lie Cocks, under tVs 6c Cocks, over 4 1 * Sc Geese, live 6c Ducks, live 8c Markets subject to change by the time of publication. Mountain Scenery In Muhleman Film Rev. W. G. Muhleman, Methodist district superintendent, presented his newest collection of moving pictures before members of the Ro tary club, Monday in the Hotel Algona. The pictures were chiefly taken in Ohio and West Virginia, in -ind near the spot where Rev. Muhle man spent hU boyhood. They were wonderfully well taken, and might> interesting. Also bringing forth exclamat'on: of surprise, were shots taken a Union Slouch, and another north Ruthven, showing ducks and geese in flight. Voters of the LuVerne Indopend ent school district of LuVerne wil have an opportunity to voice their opinion on Ihe construction of new school gymnasium on May This opportunity nrose when il was found out tnnt ns tin- nrcsont gymnasium Is hcrominc ir;i.l"qimtc ns to facilities now needed, iml that by usine a WPA prnnt, n substantial saving could ho made. The proposed plan is tn bond the district for a sum not to cxre?<l .<(i her of county-wide event* a* w«H. Held Many Petition* He was not only seeretary-treas urer of the local Chamber of Com merce, but also of the. Algonn Crcdi Bureau, adjutant of Haps? Post No. flO, Al«ona. ccrrelnrv of the Kossuth Safety Council, director for the eighth district of the American junior baseball li-netir nnd safety chairman for the Iowa Association of Commercial Organization Secretaries. He is 3!) years of ace. Tin 1 K(il- Dick* Keen Superior in Music Meet Betty Men-It* and Richard Keen, Algona high school 1 !* entries In the regional No. 2, national music content finn.lv brought high honors to the local school last Saturday at Minneapolis. Richard, n tenor\ .olst, placed superior, wlnnil the lilftli- FMt rating for the r* .Ion In tlmt that classification kn the content againut superior-rated singer* from all over the middle west. Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. L. »|. Merrltt of Alfona, t mor»-jr«wr» of compctlttorl fn high school. Richard I* a Rpnlor. Both Hill Ix 1 eligible to attend u music clinic till* summer, probably lit MiullMin, nt thp I'rtlvpmlty of U'lupoiwln, offered to Illth school students milking high In the, national 100 FLOATS TO BE .IN LINE OF MARCHAT2P.M. Secretary of State, Earl Hall, Officials Are on Program Safety, from all Bngles, including highway and home ns well, will be the theme in Algona, Thursday when Kossuth county's first Safety Day will be observed. A parade In which 199 units, floats and bands will take pnrt, is being planned, and will begin at 2 p. m., at the east end of State street. The line of march will be down State street and through the business section to the Algona hotel corner, where the dedication of the Kossuth safety flag will be held, starting at 2:30 p. m. Secy, of State Coming Secretary of State Robert E. O'Brlan of DCS Molnes, will be here for the event, and will be the chief speaker of the day. Mr. O'- Brlnn Is an outstanding speaker and his nppcnrnnre will be n most orth-while event to witness. Other guests of note who have cceptcd Invitations here arc Vic iteuland, safety director of the ,merlcnn Legion, from Forest City; Jnrry Nestle, assistant chief of lie highway patrol, DCS Molnes; itatthew Thompson, Fort Dodge, Ighth district safety council dlr- ctor; Phil Sproul, executive secre- ary, State Safety council. De» Molnes; L. \V. Wilkie. treasurer. State Safety council, Des Molnes, nd W. Earl Hall, managing editor of the Mnson City Globe-Gazette and prominent in safety council circles and the promotion of highway safety. I'aradi> Wrecked Car* Wrecked cars will be one of tho features of the parade, which is being jointly sponsored by tha Kossuth Safety Council and the Algona Chamber of Commerce. These machines will be hauled in parade by garage tow trucks. Each ••rttjMiir'TMtrt In the parade will 5i»ve a banner or slogan on name phase of safety. Algnmi can well IIP \irond of UK fine musical talent aiming its school pupil*, in both tin* mill- lie and parochial systems. U|,1lIll.lll'If»r'Mt«i"«**"*- rtI . r^'ll I f 700.00 and to transfer the cum of eys_ havc_ one son, Billy, aged four $4.250.00 from the general fund to ' "" the 'schoolhouse fund, making the total cost on the part of the district $10.019.00 and the federal funds would amount to IU.26UOO. This Includes,the demolition of the existing gymnasium, construction of a new school gymnasium and landscaping, connections to existimr school buildiiu; nnd other work. S.il vage from the demolition operations will be used In the new construction. The first operation will consist of the demolition of the existing frame gymnasium and putting in shape the balvnged lumber. The building will be through exclusive arrange- JHH planned, is to be constructed nf ments with independent retailer.s. 'concrete foundation and monolithic Floyd Saunders. local manager, i concrete walls above the grade: the states that they hope to increase ! roof will be of wood joint constrii"- the other lines of activities prompt- Ition with asbestos shingles ami in- ly so that it will not become lieci-:,- jsulation board on the rei'.:i": all to sary to have any decrease >n em- he supported on steels bents a<t- [iloyment. In their plans of incre-io- ing as trusses. ing their activities in other line* Floor construction will he vooil they hope to fmnish more emi.loy- j j,,),,^ supported on concrete pi'is merit than in the past. {with double flooring. Plans and and one-half years. No definite action toward selection of a successor to Reil^v had been started Monday, but indi.-a- tion.s were that the present set up in the. Chamber of Commerce and Credit Bureau would he continued with a new secretary to be selected for the work. Congratulation* ' Order In his activities in Algona nnd Kossuth county. Mr. Reiley has capahily performed his many tasks. nnd borne his share of community upbuilding. He goes to Marshalltown with the best wishes of his many friends who congratulate him on his advancement, and wish him well in his location, and who also congratulate Marsiialltown on its selection. They will nol he disappointed. Mar.-halltow.s i., a city of som • 20,000. a thriving, bustling place, and its .secrtary's po.>t in tile CliiimlH-i has been vacant since last fall when the secretary at that time died. 4 Minor Justice Matters Handled Justice court cases handled over the week end in Algona were as follow: O. A. Have, Rake, charged w»'' overloading a truck, $10 tine and >-'' costs. Justice P. A. Danson. John W. Winterbottom Waterloo fined $5 and costs for failure to observe a stop sign. Justice Uan- son. Harry Fraser. Humboldt $") ami costs, failure to observe stop -iy:: Justice Delia Welter's court W. R. Crouse, Winttrset. :-.<!,!•.• fine for passing on curve, Justice- Welter. Baby's Hips To Be In Cast, 6 Months Whittemore: Marvin am) Floyd Bellinger left for their home at Fenton. Wednesday of labt week, after a stay at the home of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McWherter. They were staying with the Mc- Wherters while their mother and baby were in the hospital at Iowa City. Little Kathleen, the baby, is in a body cast for six months. She was found to have had two hips out of joint since birth. She is no»v two years old: it wis necessary to break the little girl's bones and reset them in the east Lakota Oil Station Robbery Reported Robbery at the Art Ogren oil station .it Lukota was reported to Sheriff Casey Loss. Sunday. The sum of !s8 cents in the cash register was missing. Entrance was gained some time during the preceding night by prying upt-n a window with an iron I bar. N'o fir-yt-r prints were avail- ! able. perspective drawings are on exhib- j D_ v ition in a store window this week IVCV. This project would provide ample- employment for persons in southeast Kossuth county und northeast Humboldt county, both sections us ually too far from most project activities in their respective counties. Better After Crash Bruises The Rev A. English, injured In an automobile collision, last Thurs- CINDER MEN END SEASON WITH 10 GETTING LETTERS With the Clarion relays and field meet, held .Saturday, the Algona high school track team closes its season. letters were awarded for the vear to the following: Captain H,; j Mm key, Kenneth I.ynk. Wavii" I'mi; las, Joe McNcill, Tom Wanner. Hay Stevens. Donah! WillMs*ii:i. Jack Long. Jim .\Vv)!l" ainl KIls- worth Hntndnw. Th'- tc tni turned in a good season, di : |'i'-" liani|a i • ing weather for prai tic>. At the Clarion meet, tin- following places were won I'ROK I.MMEIHATB rilOICK OF A SMXJA.V O. S. Reiley. secretary of both The Chamber of Commerce and the Kossuth Safely Council, nsk.s that selection of slogans for use on floats in parade be made through his office, .so that there will he as little duplication ns possible. Here are a few of the suggested slogans: YOU RKT YOUR LIFK when you drive at high speed. IF YOU'RF, A ROAD 1IO<5 get back in your pen. AFTER AIJ. it's up to you. DRIVE CARKFULLY, cautiously and courteously. These and dozens of other slogans are available, and after selection of one, it will be crossed off the list and not repeated by others. ; -MO nvl-- I.ynk. MM ond. hh;h hurdl yaicl 1 1 lay. Algoua fourth; inn. Lund, fourth: 410 d'uh. Hti-v- i ns. third; liiuh jump, M-i'-kiy fourth; inn yard dash, Willovjn tifvh; iniilli-y relay. Alguna, fouith; 220 yaid dash. Wagner, fifth; VSO yard run. Brandon-, third; jnvelim . Muckey. fourth; broad jump, Mm- liey, fourth. Hands in the parade have been promised from Titonka, Swea City, Bancroft nnd Lolls Creek. with three from Algona, the regular high s-rhool band, the junior high band ami the city l>an<l. Itoys, (iirls oil ISirycle* A bicycle- brigade is another of the unuMial feature* to he lined up, with hoys and girls who ride bi- by Algona; j cycles to he given a special section Wesley Jr. Team Wins County Title W«tli-y: The Wesley junior hi^h nine wun ih&> county baseball championship here Saturday, May H First the junior high boys defeated Si-ncea. 5 to 4. behind the pitching of Junior Bottom. In the tiral game they won from Lu- V'tiiu- 'j to 2. with Lloyd doing the hurln;j;. Rii-hUT caught both gi.UH.v Union Teacher a Bride on Sunday Union: Marjorie Cruikshank. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank, has been hired to teach District No. 1, Union, next year. It is reported that Natalie Mann will not return to District 2. having ta)<- tn a school closer to her home and Miss Dorothy Knutson of District 4 is reported to have oilier plans Later- She was married Sunday. May 22, to August Bernau at th; home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs Chris Knutson, Plum Creek. Lou Jenkinson Home Union: Lou Jtnkinson returned lo his home from Rochester. Minn . last Monday by bus, surprising his many friends. He is visiting his sister. Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank and family. He will however keep on tuMnx treatments from u lucal doctor. He has been at St. Mary's hospital for several weeks. Union M D June 2 | Union: The Mothers and li.iu^h-I ters club of Union will meet witiij Ida Winkie, Jr., on June 2, with j Mary Sarehflt us abMstiiii; hoi-It-.-., i Two subjects will be givt n "Where | the Tall Corn Grows" by Ada Hofiu:. | and "The Oievn Hiili Are Fiti Aw '< ay" by Anna Marlow. Club .sii.yiri:-' : will follow. day night at McGregor and Minnesota streets, was reported as re- | I cuperating nicely, this we;-k. | Scoring 123 points. In the accident. Rev. Enpiish suf- I defeated the juniors fered a deep gash on his henel, and injured his back and sidy The second machine figuring in the mishap was driven by Dr. Charles N Kurscht of Bancroft. The machine was owned by Mrs. Marv SchulU of Bancroft whose son. Arthur, was a passenger in the car. Dr. Kurscht is a dentist -.it Bancroft. Swea Class Leader Misses Graduation Swea City: The traciit iiinal story of the wedding whciv the groom didn't .•-how up had a practical j iLony. Knoll. Dou^ eoi.nterprirt here la.-t Tuesday night ] 22<i dash Wagner HEMOKS ANNEX CLASS TRACK MEET the in a meet between the classes last week The results follow: High hurdles, Lynk, first: Mr- Neill. second; Anderson, third; Boos, fourth. 440 relay won by juniors. Mile run Stewart, first; gal.'Mi. second; Hpongberg, third; Larson, fourth. 410 dash Jack Long, firs': Stevens, second; Anderson, third; B.in- wart. fourth. loo yard dash Willasson, first; Mucl-.cv. :-ecoiid; Kohlhuus. third: McNeil!, fourth fhO yard relay .Seniors iirst Doiigla.-, Draveri lirnt: Mui key in the parade line. School oy^ and t;irls art also being asked to join and have a marching unit of iheir own. Service clubs and the Chamber of Commerce will have special floats in the parade, and highway maintenance trucks and city fire trucks will form other parade units. i A large number of state highway | | atrol cars will also be here anil participate in the parade. I Oovtrnor Nels Kraschel has been eiiiors j invited to appear here for the event, track I but he tent word that an unforlun- ate conflict of dates has him scheduled to be at a different point this Thursday. 3 Wedding Licenses Three wedding licenses wero issued by Mrs. E. J. McKvoy, tlerk of court's office, during the past five days. They were for August Bernau und Dorothy Knutson, both of Algona. Chi! Butterlield, Swiu. City, ami Florence Ficht. Shell Kock : and Deniil Truman and Helen Si oU, of Mankato, Minn when the Swea City high school seniors held their gradu ition exercises. The class president : ind valedictorian. Melvin Krunini. was not present, but it A'US his fault. He had the bad luck to conic down with the mumps that afternoon. the next Country Club Party The tirst evening party of the year will be held sit the Algou-i Country t'lub, UYUne»Ju> eve- jiiiiK A ti:45 chicken dinner will IM- served by the club hostess for tile occiisiun. A niubicuj pro- griuu will be followed b.y all evening of bridge. Tile committee ouoiiKoriiiK the party i» computed of the director!, and their \\i\es. K< nervation* i»u»t be ilk iit once. Suffers Heart Attack Wesley: I.e.- Trynri liacl a slight second: Baas, third; Kin iiai ,i: j heart alia, I; while standing near fourth. I ''"• J-eaoc- i- Lease building site one Mile relay Senior* iSt.vcr.. | day last week. The attack render • Bunw.-irt. Scrieppmun ami McNeill'.l e-cl him unconscious but he was Shut put Long, tu-sl: McNeil!, I to bu about town again second; Willas.-on. thin. 1 : Lynk. i day i fourth. ; High jump I.ynk. McNc-:!!. V i key ami Willn.-soii. I PiMus Willii-.son. Muckey. I. j and McNYill | Broad jump Muckey. K"hih Lynk ami Stevens. Thumb Cut Off Lose to Hampton [ Sumc 25 Alyona ^ulfe-t.i j.aiti, i ijjuU-d ill a match with HompluM 'Sunday al Hampton Many of UK I wives also utte-nde-ej. and yiuu(<.? en joye-d a pii nic lunch at noun Hani}. ton tunie-cl m a Uiuu \Ltiiy o,.r Algunu Whitte-moie: ' Hi 11:1 l> 11 '.v.i.-, cioll i his wo: k .-mil, i:. ! ui In- thumrj v, ! pain f u! .ic. i I'Je-nl \i[j for .1 : e '.v v.'f. L i iday • 01 • nt while Fred ie planing in ff the front. vas '{uite a. Mill be laid Get 5 Foxes ; Swea City: 'Icorgi; Henry ih. Swea Kuhhn anci at Hie; I lies t in,., out live fox cubs farm lust Tuesday. o market them to * lurm.

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