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HISTORICAL DE*»T. s.,,,33 BULLDOGS SMACK SrlK$R, 20-6, FOR FIRST WIN Webster City Next Foe on fHday, There; Lee Puts all Three Algona Touchdowns Again showing big improvement over the previous week Algona's Bulldog eleven delighted a y large crowd of home fans by winning Its first game of the year and the first at home, trouncing Spencer 20 to ,8 under the local flood lights. Frt- day night The victory was a costly one, however, for Algona lost the services of Bruce Miller, star end and halfback, for the year. Just as the first half ended, Miller suffered a torn cartilage in his leg, which may keep him out of action the rest of the season. Despite the loss of Miller the local team's big Improvement has raised the hopes of Afgonfans for a win over the tough and dangerous Webster City team in the game to be played on the latter's field this Friday. Webster Is not big but very fast and well -coached with an Impressive record so far this season. The Bulldogs will have to Improve some more to beat their next Friday's foes, but they needed improvement over their previous week's showing to beat Spencer and the difference Was forthcoming. The Spencer score might have been more decisive. The invaders had Just one real (coring opportunity and they capitalised on It Long's fumble on the second play of the game gave Spencer the ball on the Bulldog 20 yard line and Spencer scored (n five plays. Snyder car* rled the ball over but fumbled and Mingleson recovered. After that Algona took command of the ball game. i Algona Counter Attack An Immediate Algona counter attack carried the ball from Its own territory down to Spencer's 15 yard line where it was stopped just short of a first down. Spencer's punt carried only to the 22 yard line and after two plunges by Long and Lee, Long passed to Lee for the tleing marker. Michel's kick for the extra point then caused a controversy. It was blocked but recovered by a Bulldog who stepped over the goal line. The officials refused to allow the extra point although later one of them admitted it should have been counted. In the third quarter, either Irked by Spencer or the large predatory mosquitoes which abounded at the Athletic Park, the Bulldogs opened up a vicious offensive. A break came when Clarence Devlne recovered a Spencer fumble on the Spencer 90 yard line. A pass gained one first down and LeRoy Lee, one of the standout players of the game, made a first down In two line plays. A beautifully executed spinner-lateral play, Lee to Michel to Neville then gained 17 yards to the Spen- Ifimra Upper jie* Jffltoimg Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA. TUESDAYTOCTOBBK 11,1938 Eight Pages VOL. 35.—NO. 41 COUNTY A. A. A. OFFICERS REFLECTED LAKOTA FARMER'S CAR RUNS INTO Henry Ites Injured Bit Not Seriously in Crasl At 5 a. m., Sunday, a Rock Island Crossing Lakota: Henry Ites, a mlddle-agec farmer living about five mile southeast of Lakota, was injured a I ft. m., Sunday morning, at the Rock Island railroad crossing, at th north edge of Lakota, when his auto noblle ran into a freight train tha had backed across the track. Ites was at first thought to be ladly injured, but after a doctor ar•Ived and looked him over, he said Ites could be taken home. The run; Tain was the freight that >om Esthervllle to Albert Lea. Ites was driving Into Lakota from he north at the time, the acclden lappened. It was just breaking lawn, and he evidently did not see the train until It was too late to prevent the crash. The front of the automobile was tadly smashed, and Ites was for unate to have escaped possibly fata njurles. ,ged. The train was not dam I pl«US« Kicked the < with Neville holding tha bait Algona dominated play through the rest of the game, but Its final score did not conje until the last 10 seconds of play. After gaining a first down on its own 30 yard line, Spencer was penalized 15 yards for unnecessary roughness. With approximately 10 seconds remaining to play. Spencer attempted a short pass which LeRoy Lee intercepted and then sprinted 20 yards to score. A pass off a fake kick from placement gave Algona the extra point, making the score 20 to 0. The play was Neville to Michel to Lee. The work of the whole Algona team was pleasing. Miller turned In some sparkling work before he was huit, and Spear, his replacement and Baas the other end, played alert, defensive games. Wesley Schultz, candidate for all conference tackle honors, caused the crowd to gasp at times at his jarring tackles, and Ehrhardt. the other "tackle, played a game that Indicated he may be /eady for 60 minutes of anyone's football. Bulldogs' Center Strong The center of the line with Captain Bud Anderson, Willie Devlne and Bob Conklin playing most of the game, played airtight ball after Snyder's score. Algona LE LT LG C RCJ RT RE QB HB FB HB substitutions Legion Picks Teams For Membership Drive Teams have been selected for the American Legion's annual member hip drive which will culminate in a Inner for the winner given by the 'ost Commander Major Leslie T laul. To stimulate the signing up o: members a pocket piece Is offered to all members who pay their 1939 dues on or before November 11 when the rive ends. Team Number 1 is composed o! W. A. Lorenz, captain, John Momyer, Glen Raney, J. D. Lowe, Theo Larson, B. A. Galbralth, E. V. Pierce and I. H. Chapman of LuVerne. On team Number 2 are Melzar Falkenhalner, captain, John Betser Anton Dldrlcksen, H. W. Becker LuVerne Will Get Dial Phone System LuVerne townspeople had a demonstration, last night (Monday) of the working of the dial telephone system, which Is to be inaugurated at LuVerne soon. The meeting was one of Instruction, more than anything else, to ac. quaint, the people with the manner In which It works. A complete demonstration was made by telephone company men, and the new system Is meeting with wide approval. Miller Bchultz Devine Anderson (c) Conklin Ehrhardt Baas Neville, L. Michel Long Lee Algona Spencer Gould Mingleson Summers Kelly Oestensted Fatheree Hansen Son! us Preston Adair Snyder Spear, Morck. Halpin, Ed Bergeson Hurt As Team Runs Away Swea-Eagle: Ed Bergeson and his son. Emery, were unloading a large load of corn last week Wednesday, when they noticed one horse had rubbed off its bridle. Mr. B*rg«son went to the head of the team which was making an attempt to run. The horses knocked down Mr. Bergeson and both wheels went over his limbs. No bones were broken but he received a bad gash and some badly bruised limbs. 98 County Arrests On Liquor Charges Ninety-eight a<resU during the past year, ending June 30, for violations of the Iowa Liquor control act were made in Kossuth county. Intoxication—87 arrests. 86 convictions. Driving while intoxicated—20 arrests, 17 convictions. Illegal transportation and possession—one arrest, one conviction. Illegal sale—one arrest, no convic- Grain, Feed Burns The stock barn on the J. E. Vaux farm, near Swea City, was destroyed by fire last week. Grain, stock and equipment was owned by Selmer Uhr. Loss consisted of grain and feed stored in the barn. 125 Cars Set As County Beet Total The largest sugar beet harvest ever produced in the Lakota vicinity Is being hauled this week. About 126 cars is the estimate for this year, in the T^akota vicinity, compared with 70 last year and 91 the year before. Truman Turley has charge of the weighing, and others working at the beet dump are Nels Rank, Emory Smith and Jule Stroebel. Five Shaken After Crash Near St, Joe Llvermore: Five young people of Fort Dodge, escaped uninjured in an auto accident near St. Joe, Sunday, although the car in which they were riding rolled over one and a half times into a 12-foot ditch. The five occupants of the car were Bernard Parrott, 16, Betty Ann, 17, and Bruce Ram la r, 16, daughter and son of H. E. Ramlar, Fort Dodge, and Belle Jeffers, 19, and Elmer Jeffers, 17, daughter and son of C. L. Jeffers, Fort Dodge. Although they, were somewhat bruised they were all otherwise unhurt. The accident ocurred at the West Bend corner on Highway 169. The party was drlvin/to West Bend to visit the grotto and the driver turned late at the cross road Council Gets Applications for Supt. Job; Fire Department Changes also Rumored The serious problem of finding a man or men to replace Joseph Kelly, city superintendent of water and light, who passed away rceently, will be the paramount problem of the evening, this Thursday, when the city council is slated to meet. It win be the first meeting of the council since Mr. Kelly's death. No meeting was held last Thursday, despite reports to the contrary. Several applications for the position were understood to have been received, or were being rumored. City officials could not say just what action they believed might be taken this Thursday, but ther would make a start toward solving the problem. In the meantime, Dennis Pratt, local electrician, and regular employees of the city water and light department are working together to keep service In both branches at Its usual high peak. " One official said he thought It might be necessary to hire two men, one for the light plant, and one for the water department Other matters coming up before the council will be the question of establishing additional loading zones for State street customers, as suggested by the Chamber of Commerce, and matters pertaining to the city fire department. ' Both of the problems should be of great Interest, and provide a newsy meeting. Bancroft Diamond Stan Get Contracts With Minneapolis Bancroft scores again! Congratulatons to Harold Clark on the fine Cooking School am Progress edition of the Bancrof Register, which he issued last week. And congratulations, also, to the baseball-minded community which now has two men, Joe "Lefty" Hatten, and Donald Oodfredson, who have signed contracts to tryout with the Minneapolis, Minn. Millers, of the American Ass'n. Hatten pitched for the Lions this season, ani* Godfredson did "free lance" hurling for Algona, Fairmont and other clubs. Both boys will report to the Minneapolis club for spring training next spring. Walter Menke, another Bancroft Joy, played on the picked team with Bob Feller, Cleveland Indian ace mrler which played another team n an exhibition at Des Molnes last week. 400 Cases Beer Are Broken in Accident Swea City: A trucker driving for an Omaha brewery narrowly escaped serious injury last Friday morning when his truck and a heavily loaded semi-trailer upset In the ditch on highway 169 five miles east and a mile south of Swea City. man, who had driven iday morning as he was driving south near the Judge Cook farm and his truck and trailer eft the road and tipped over in the lltch on the east side of the road. The big semi-trailer contained 400 rases of beer, most of which was lamaged in the accident. The load ras insured, however, and the drlv- r miraculously escaped unhurt. It tvas expected that another truck rom Omaha would come to pick up he load late Friday, ssue Warnings on Collecting Schemes Two old schemes were being work- d In Algona last week which the number of Commerce warns mer- hants against in the future. One of them was conducted by a seudo-Salvation army. The group, rhose status Is very doubtful, wears nlforms much like the Salvation rmy, and asks for contributions to HABEUS CORPUS- ACTION BROUGHT District Court Adjourns Without (Considering Appeals in H.-K. Joint Drainage Cases District court adjourned Saturday, after its three weeks September term, without hearing evidence In the cases of landowners In the H.-1C 2 area versus the Humboldt-Kossuth Joint drainage area number 2. They will be continued to the next term of court. An unexpected case climaxed the closing of court, however, as Rex Rider, now In Jail for making and uttering a false check began a writ of habeus corpus proceedings against Casey Loaf BH sheriff of Kossuth county. Rider is charged with giving Guy B. Risk, Langdon, a bad check, for the amount of $198 and was bound over to the next term of district court It is charged that Rider has been buying horses both In Minnesota and Iowa and paying for them with bad checks. In lieu of $1,600 bond he went to jail but shortly after raised ball In the meantime the State of Minnesota Issued a "hold" order to the sheriff, Rider being wanted In Mln- on a, similar Many contribute, are doing so to a "army", hinklng they orthy cause. There is no guaran- eed record of what is done with the loney and merchants ore advised i withhold their contributions for more worthy cause. The other racket is an even more objectionable one. Some promoters located In a nearby city hire little children from poor homes and take them about, having' them canvas towns selling candy and flowers. The children get a trifle of what they take in, and kind-hearted citizens accomplish little by buying from them. »rtd returned'Sheriff Casey Los* was given until Saturday to show cause why Rider should not be released. If the state of Minnesota completes extradition proceeding!) before that time the writ will be quashed and Rider will have to remain in jail. Otherwise Sheriff Loss will hive to et him KO. although Rider will still bound to appear at the next term of district court to answer his Kossuth county charge. Settled Out of Court Two contested cases resulted In settlements out of court. E. L. Sitreim's suit against Glen Yahnke, 'ormer mayor of Ledyard, was set- led out of court after several hours if testimony had been heard. Yahnke was in ill health during the trial nd his counsel decided not to have ilm continue with the testimony. The case concerned a car which had elonged to Eitrelm but of which Yahnke had taken possession. An attempt will be made to settle the case of V. W. Blomster vs. Alice L. Hoeck and Ellen Hoeck, out of court. A judgment was found immediately for Blomster against Ellen Hoeck, but the case was continued against Alice Hoeck for nearly two days before it was decided to see if the account could be settled by the former. Other rases in which action was had follow. Three Kossuth Men Buy Plane, Plan Hangar on Farm Three Grant township men, Wallace and James Reynolds and Dwlght Dlnsmore, have jointly purchased an airplane, a two-passenger cabin plane. The trio has been taking lesson in flying at Mason City during recent weeks. James Reynolds has flown the required number of hours and Is ready to "take off" on his own. The plane Is being left at Mason City for the present until all three have completed the correct number of flying hours. Begin Enforcement of Curfew, Swea City Swea City: Recent depredations by Swea City youths have led to the enforcement of the town's curfew ordinance. Since last Friday night, the fire siren sounds at five minutes of 9 p. m. Children found on the street after that hour will be taken home by Night Officer H. E. Jensen. A second offense is punishable by a fine and if a third offense oc curs, the law provides for its hand! Ing by a- district court judge. Be tween the months of November ant May, the curfew will be dbunded a 8 p. m., and in the other months an hour later. Fined $100—EHick Hunting on Sunday Ervin Anderson, employed at the Arnold Delterlng place northwest oi Bancroft, was fined $100 and costs In Justice P. A. Danson's court Monday morning, on a charge of shooting ducks out of season. Anderson wns arrested by Conservation Officer Fritz Pierce and Warden Paul Wille, of Algona, on Sunday. Fifty dollars of the fine ivere suspended, and Anderson be?an serving IS days In the county jail In lieu of the balance of the fine. Old Man Winter Is Still Hiding The week's weather: Date October 3 86 October i 90 October 5 71 October 6 ... October 7 . October 8 High Low 62 84 82 October 9 86 October 10 82 66 58 63 48 62 60 68 Lone Rocker Tops Grid Guessers (By N. O. Knot) Leon Larson, Lone Rock, took first place in the Gridiron Guessers club this past week, hitting all winners right except for the Iowa State victory over Nebraska. Fred Timm of Algona was second, missing only Illinois' victory over Indiana.and Woody Cook was third, missing the Indiana defeat and the Iowa State victory. ILarson had 66 error points, and Timm had 1C7. Cook hit the Northwestern score right on the nos«, 33 too. First place brings a year's subscription, second place eight months and third place, six months. Prizes are given weekly. Others who only missed two games were Bob LaBarre and A. V. Larson, both of Algona. In the group missing three games, which U what your Old Man Monday did, were Bill Lamutb, Willis Cotton, of Lone Rock, Mel Miner, Percy Kubn, Imelda Dooley, Julian ChrUehlJlen, Bob Williams, Valeria William*. Pat Cullen, Arlo Larson. Jesse Blanchard, Jr., of Lone Rock, Don Blanchard and H. A. Blanchard of Lone Rock, and Barley Bartlett of Algona, And now, boys and girls, here's the lineup of games for this coming Saturday, and our own picks. We warn you, don't follow our advice, we're just doing it for fun. We should have taken "Hop" Findley's advice last Saturday on the South- em California-Ohio tilt, too. Purdue (6) at Fordham (7) Iowa (U) at Chicago («). DUmoto (») at Notre Dome (7) Indiana (18) ut Nebr» ••-•» («) Michigan (7) at Mlnne«og» Ohio State (0) at Northwst- crn (IS) PitUburg (U) at Wtacoiwin (6) .. .. lowu State (14) at Niwiouri (0). There i* plenty of room for upsets in the above; w«'ve ignored that simply picking on past performance and records thus far. But some of those record* are going to foil. Saturday—can you pick the upsets? O. K. Let's have the replies and guesses by Saturday noon. General Mills vs. Sidney Hayward, law note. Judgment for General Mills totaling .f'55716, including costs. R. M. W-'late vs Mis. Emil Hit- tag. Law. account. Judgment c.it- eri-d for Wallace SJ 1 :'-. ?.!.trathon Fina-'cr- To. vs. Clara Mt'?lellan. Law. .K>:I>. J entered for the Maratl'cn Finance Co. amounting to $218.07. Walsh Electric vs. Lermond Intermill et. al. Appeal from justice court. Judgment for Wash Slec trie $20.89. Gets $750 Seidel Buckholtz vs. Melvin Fjetland. Law, damage. Judgment entered for plaintiff $750 and costs. Acme Feeds Inc., vs. Russell Shipler. Equity contract. Case dismissed. Acme Feeds vs. Lucinda Niemer, Writ of replevin issued and served. Fuilerton Lumber Co. vs. Al Kresge. Writ of attachment issued. L. A. Andrews, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa vs. State Savings Bank of Woden. Certified copies. Court authorizes receiver to deposit with the district court of Hancock county certain assets taken up by directors' order. Floyd G. Taylor and wife vs. Guy L. Taylor and wife and Alex Dermand and wife. Equity, partition. Defendants given seven days to plead. R. F. Donovan vs. A. F. Carter. Appeal from justice court. Appeal dismissed. Defendants accept. Farmers Mutual Hail Ins. Co., vs. H. O. Chambers. Appeal from th? justice court. Plaintiff fails to appear and defendants motion to affirm appeal sustained. Costs taxed to plaintiff. J. F. Overmyer as administrator for the estate of Edgar L. Stevens vs. C. C. Coyle and the Western Surety Co. Motion to strike defendant's motion for more specific statement sustained, Mary M. Devine et al vs. Thomas D. Coleman et al. Equity, landlord's attachment. Defendant paid $268.64. Wesley House Wife Falls Down Stairs Wtsley: Mrs. Simon Hirner had the misfortune to fall down the basement steps last Tuesday morn- Ing. She had her arms full of fruit jars and in some way lost her footing and fell. She was unconscious for some time, and suffered from shock and bruises. Sexton Farmer's Hand Is Mangled Sexton; Martin Seller, farmer living a mile out of town, suffered a badly mangled hand. Monday, while plowing with a tractor in his field. The plow came loose from the tractor, and in backing the tractor to recouple the plow, he caught his hand between the tractor wheel and plow lever. He was taken to Algona where his hand wau dressed. FIRE PREVENTION WEEK OBSERVED OCTOBER 9-15TH Local Officials, Firms Ask Cleanup, Checkup by All Business Firms and Home Residents Fire Prevention Week—October 9 to 15th—is being observed In Algona and throughout Kossuth coun. ty, this week. Fire each year, costs this nation 10,000 lives, and a property damage amounting to hundreds of millions of dollars. FIRE INSPECTION PLANNED Algona city firemen stated today that there would be a citywide flre prevention checkup some time In the very near future. The city department now has the best equipment In Its history but even with It, the time to prevent fires Is before they start Exact nature of the checkup will be discussed Thursday at the city council meet- Ing. As insurance men point out, the majority of fires are absolutely unnecessary, and could be prevented or controlled by ordinary precautions. Give 5 Important Tips A few of the tips given in connection with flre prevention, follow: 1. Smoking materials carelensly used are among the most frequent causes of flre. Be careful where you deposit marches or cigarette mid cigar butts. Keep matches out of the reach of small children. 2. Take no chances by leaving children alone In the house. They might be trapped, should a flre occur. 3. Oily rags and waste should bo kept In closed metal waste cans. Spontaneous Ignition of oily rags has cuused many a fire. 4. Prepare for flre by using flroi.. nt ,, _,,. resistant materials wherever pos- K at Mason City. sfVle. Eliminate the hazard of| •parks by having the right chimney i construction. ~ , - « 0. Watch stoves, repla'ces, electric irons and ail other possible fire causes. Be sure your electrical connections arc correct. Practice What We Preach In Algona, individual firms arc taking precautions this week to eliminate flre hazards. To practice whnt we preach, The Algona Up- >cr DCS Molnes wiring In the print- Kittens Vie To Bring Food For Their Pals "Amos" and "Andy", two large kittens belonging to Mr*. E. R. Sarchett of Alfconn, who are six month* old, have two younger brothers, two months old, named "Gene" and "Glen." Recently, Andy began bringing In field mice nnd feeding them to his little brothers. Atnon, not to be outdone, brought home, a pocket gopher. The old cat has been weaning the younger kittens, and hence neglecting to provide for her other offspring. MRS. J.Q.JAMISON DIESAT87YEARS Resident of the County for 55 Years and of Algona 36 Years Mrs. J. Q. Jamison, who had been sick at her home on South Minnesota street for the past 21 months^ died on Friday morning of the infirmities of old age. Mrs. Jamison was born Sept. 20, 1851, and was therefore 87 years of age at her death. Her maiden name was Mary McWhorter, and her birthplace, Metamora, Indiana. She received a high school education, and was married J. Q. Jamison in 1878. They came to Kossuth county In 3883 and located on a farm In Port- and township, where they lived for 39 years, moving to Algona in 1902. r or 36 years Mrs. Jamison was a resident of the Algnoa community and took part in the social and club activities. She was a member of the Methodist church, and belonged to the W. C. T. U. Mr. Jamison died March 10, 1931. The children are Paul R. of St. Paul and Irene Gllmore of Algona. She also leaves two grandchildren, Ellis McWhort- McWhorter of Algona are surviving brothers and The funeral was held Sunday afternoon. Oct. 9. Rev. Burggess of the Methodist church had charge of the services. Burial was made in River view. Out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jamison. St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Hnrold Jamison of FARMERS ALREADY ASK CORN SEAL ON 150,000 BU. Loss, Thoreson, Welhous- en Named to Lead 1939 Program ;-Frimml and Friets, Alternates Robert M. Loss, Algona, will again head county Soil Conservation committee as a result of the county election held Monday afternoon In the Kossuth county court- louse. Oscar L. Thoreson was reelected vice chairman and all other members of the 1938 committee were also reelected. Today (Tuesday) members of the county committee and all members of the township committees who can will go to Des Molnes for information on corn sealing, and the 1939 program. The short course will be held in the Shrine auditorium. Other members of the county ommittee are Garret D. Welhous- en, Titonka, third member; 'Willam J. Frlmml, Wesley, first alternate; and David O. Friets, Lakota, second alternate. A sceretary- reasurer will be appointed. The duties of this office this year havo jeen divided between Mr. Thoreson and Clarence Janvrin and there s a likelihood that this year the work will be combined in one office. 136 Seek Corn Loans Since new corn loans on 1937 corn were made available last Tuesday, more than 138 applications Nave been made for corn loans at :he S7c rate. Since the applications average about 1,000 bushels each, :hc total corn for which scaling has been applied for thus far this sen- son Is nearly 150,000 bushels. At this rate a total of anproxlmtely half a million bushels will hr resealed or 100,000 bushels more "ian was anticipated. Present low •—T- hets and the chances of h'- K ?r markets next year due to the •• is- slblllty of war or drouth n-e t«"> reasons advanced for the ur.ur.'.ally large number of applications for loans. The work has swamped the local office, located in the Hutchison building. In each case loan forms must be made out, farmer's corn cribs Inspected and history Investigated. ff ' ' ^* Township committees whoso election has not previously been announced follow. "DT and "AD" designates township delegates and I'v i 4_ft r» ifiuiii'C.^fVtiiii^iiiiiiuiJtlDl.*' VM v t \ n K department is being completelylil?" 80 ?' Iown , : Joh " B ' J «mlson, _ _• _ • , . . . ** * . J lAlhnrr T.on \flnn • MV an/1 "MVo en ' Ml ""-; Mr. and Mrs. overhauled, and cables are rcplac- '£' ne ™ h en ' Mlnn -- Mr - ™« Mrs. ne oncn wires where found. (Walter Hanna, Nora Springs; Mar- ng open wires where found. Fire departments can be prompt in answering alarms, and the firemen •an be brave enough to risk their wn lives, but tjie time to prevent fires is before they start. Cooperate! Check your own ulldlng or home, and see that you lave no possible fire hazard on your remises. 7 our Drunk Cases Pried in J. P. Court Except for the gam? law viola- ion reported elsewhere in the paper, outine cases occupied the justice •f peace courts this week. Ineb- iates were plentiful, however, with our drunkenness cases handled in A. Danson's court. George Lichter, Algona, was fin- Mrs. Maude Hanna, Burt, Iowa, and Miss Gcnevieve Parker of Knoxville, Iowa. Five Smallpox Cases in Kossuth Five cases of small pox out of the seven reported throughout the state during one week have been In Kossuth county according to the bulletin issued by the U. S. Public Health service in cooperation with the Iowa State Department of Health. Only other cases listed in the report for the week ending October 1 were In Guthrie and Marshall counties with one In each. The bul HOGS Best light butch., 160-180 .. .$7.00-7.25 Best light, butch., 200-250 ..7.20-7.50 Med. heavy, 2501270 7.30 Med. heavy, 270-290 7.10 Med. heavy, 290-325 7.00 Heavy butchers, 325-250 6.85 Heavy butchers, 350-400 6.75 Packing sows, 300-350 6.6"i Packing sows, 350-400 ..... 6.40 Packing sows, 400-50 6.20 Packing sows, 600-550 6.00 CATTLE Canners and cutters $2.75-4.50 Veal calves 5.00-8.00 Stock steers Fat cows Pat steers Bulls GRAIN No. 2 mixed corn No. 2 white corn No. 2 yellow corn No. 3 white oats Barley, No. 3 EGOS Hennerys No. 1 No. 2 Cash cream— No. 1 No. 2 Sweet POULTRY Hens, over 5 ibs Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. Hens, under 4 Ibs Leghorn hens Cocks, under 4^i Cocks, under 4'-j Geese, live Ducks, iiver over 4 ; * Springs, heavy over 5 Ibs. Springs, under 4 Springs, 4 to 5 Leghorns springs 5.00-6.50 3.75-4.25 7.00-8.00 4.00-5.20 $.33 .3-4 .33':; .14 . .28 27.- 21c 16c 25c 23c 2Gi; 13c lie 9c 8c d $25 for being intoxicated, the coun 'y. however, charge being brought by Chief of Police H. A. Van Alstyne. The sentence was suspended on condition that Lichter pay $15 by a given date and costs of $4.45. C. M. Springer was fined $5 and ordered to pay $3.25 costs on a charge of being intoxicated. Police Officer Cecil McGinnis made the arrest. Edward Germann was arrested by Chief Van Alstyne and given 30 days in jail by Justice Danson. Joe Fraser was arrested by Van Alstynu on the same charge and likewise given a 30 day jail sentence, but it was suspended on condition that he stay out of Algona for the same length of time and pay $3.45 costs. A. W. Theesfield was sentenced for vending drugs or medicine as an itinerant without a license, the charge being brought by D. A. Cram. Theesfield was fined $50 and costs but the fine was suspended upon the payment of $17 by the defendant to the pharmacist examiner to have his license reinstated and the payment of the costs. Theesfield was given until October 14 to pay. In Justice Delia Welter's court, Viateur Ehrhardt was fined $15 and assessed $2 costs for overloading a truck. ' letin does not list any other preventable diseases us existing in the West Bend League Ball Player Home West Bend: Gene Ford, well known West Bend young man. who Im.s been making a name for himself aa a pitcher with the Chicago White Sox baseball team, arrived home last week to spend the winter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ford. The young rookie, a star baseball player at the University of Iowa, before joining the White Sox, is considered one of the most promising of the younger players in the American League, according to the coaches and scouts. Hurt: Karl G. Ewoldt (D), Lone Rock; Adelbert H. Hanna. Lone Rock; Earl Miller, Burt; Ralph C. Thompson (AD), Lone Rock; Jess Dugan, Burt. Greenwood: Peter Kramer (D), Bancroft; Andrew A. • Fangman, (AD), Bancroft; Henry Fox, Bancroft; John Mcnke, Bancroft; Lester Johnson, Bancroft. Hebron: Oscar T. Frandlc, (D>, Buffalo Center; Louis C. Miller (AD), Elmore; Albert W. Krosch, Elmore; Rudolph C. Baum, Elmore; Ray M. Elchorn, Elmore. Ledyard: David O. Friets, (D), Lakota; Arthur H. Kllnkslek <AD), Lakota; George K. Wallentine, Lakota; Edward G. Looft, Lakota; and Warren Lloyd, Ledyard. kotta Creek: Otto H. Wichtendahl (D), Lone Rock; Henry Muller (AD) Whittemore; Otto E. Ruhnko. V/hit- temore; Julius H. Wi'l, Algona; Arnold W. Melne, Whittemore. LuVerne Toumhl[> LuVerne: Henry F. Mehr (D), 9c JOc Two Drivers Escape Uninjured in Crash In one of the three accidents reported in Kossuth county during the week end two men escaped uninjured although their cars were badly damaged in an accident two miles north of Swea City, Sunday afternoon. The accident occurred when the car owned and driven by B. W. Jeffries, Swea City, swung out from a cross roud upon the highway and was struck by a machine driven by Edwin Luedtke. Lone Rock. Jeffries came from the east and started north on the highway as his machine was truck from behind by Leudtke's ttulo which was going north also. Luedtke's car was the more' ser- luusly damaged. 450 Hear Story of Corn-Alcohol Fuel The story of corn-alcohol provided great interest for between 450 and 500 men who attended the eighth annual stockholders meeting, Tuesday night of last week, of the K. & H. Cooperative Oil Co. The company has been experimenting with the sale of corn-alky gas, and men connected with the manufacture of the corn blend were at the meeting at Wesley, and explained the process and what they believe are benefits to be derived from it. At the business session. S. A. Hirner. W. S. Cosgrove and E. J. Widen were reeloctud to the board of directors, and Ray Miller of Titonka was named to the board, replacing H. E. Haverly. Crushes 2 Fingers In Bridge Table St. Benedict: LaVaune Festl had the misfortune to crush two fingers while folding a card table at the school hall Friday morning. Her parents were culled and she was taken immediate*v to Algona for medical attention. However, it was not a,.s serious us expected and she attended school again in the afternoon. Corwith; Albert A. Schlpull, (ADl, LuVerne; Albert A. Merrlam, Corwith; Frederick L. Will, Corwith; Wilson Leglre, Corwith. Prairie: William H. Merriam (D), Corwith; Charles F. Frimml (AD), Corwith; Herman J. Studer, Corwith; Glen A. Roland, Algona; John Arndorfer, Corwith. Sherman: John A. Brink (D), Lu- Verne; Lorenz N. Bowman (AD), LuVerne; Joseph J. Kenne, Lu- 'srne; Elmer H. Gronbach, Livermore; Lewis A. Johnson, Irvington. City: Oscar L. Thoreson, (D), Swea City; Walter D. Offen- slein (AD), Armstrong; William H, Evans, Swea City; Arthur E. Anderson, Swea City; Harold V. Jones, Swea City. Wesley: William J. Frimml, (D), Wesley; Olaf Funnemark (AD), Wesley; Louis A. Bolenus, Wesley; Theron C. Hanson, Wesley; Joseph, G. Miller, Wesley. Springfield: Herman Runksmeier, chairman; Jerry Sullivan, vice chairman; Wm. Roterman, third member; Fred Darnell, first alternate and Herman Brandow, second alternate. Herman Runksmeier was elected delegate to the county meetincr and Jerry Sullivan was eljv.Ud alternate. Funeral Directors Meet at Wesley Wesley: A district meeting of funeral directors will be held in Wesley, Tuesday evening, October 11. The district includes ten counties. The Wesley court of the Catholic Daughters of America, will serve the bunqiKt. Thou. A. Mc- Muhon is the viru president of the district group. Joins Papers' Staff Margaret C. Mohr, Victor, lowu. began work today for the Algon* newspapers in the circulation department. Mrs. Mohr will visic rural homes in Kossuth county in. the interests of the local papers, and will also write brief items of interest from homes she

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