-*v *, Richard Jensen Again Kossufh Spelling Champ Richard Jenien Richard Jensen was named the championof Kos, Saturday, after h 19 other contestant, county spellin winner of b oral contest, AIGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1950 THREE SECTIONS-20 PAGES ^^^ ^ •—• _.. ' inncc 3CV.IHJNS-ZO PAGES VOL 85-NO. 15 PionsJ4JSIew Homes Foi^Algona $5, Lawsuit After Pool Hall fracas Damage Ilaim Filed By Ledyard Nan 21, and without provocation as saulted and struck Busch in th right eye with great force. _ Busch says he suffered severe injuries to his eye and head bones were driven into the sinus "vity and a blood clot formed behind the right eye. He says an operation will be necessary to clot, and he remove the blood will be unable to t pel oine Lone Rock Pub ill now go to thi n»» TU, r —'M? Bee to be held a Des Moines, April 1. The runner -up in the oral con test was Teddy Hansen, repre sentmg Wesley District' NoT 5 The word "laudable" proved to be his undoing. Only Dick and Teddy were left after the 16th round of the oral contest, and the two went 12 more rounds before Teddy faltered. In thetwritten contest, four of nVL Sp t j*\ hu "S on afte r all others had been eliminated. Besides Dick and Teddy were Joan Price from the Wesley Public school and Ronald Huisman from the Titonka Consolidated school. The written contest had already J? n in°' ng ./"Y for two hours, with 10 words being pronounced each round. Then in the 16th round, something happened, and all three except Dick were elimi- "•? ... simultaneously on words like hexagon" and "vertical". T °& e w c °ntestants were Mary Jo Weber, Bancroft Elementary school; Lorraine Rich, Union landtownship; StfSey^Koenck^ Whittemore Public school; Phyl- Arndorfer. Irvmgton. Prairie as «ffu $5 i 000 damages aftermath of a cool hall •* Lfdyard, washed in Ti° ssutn district coui" s Saturday OUIein the p ° 01 at at - ha » is plaintiff efidt " defendant. Busch claims Wil- during » he Claims Eye Injury ion ^ that Wilson ««* u son entered the pool hall on March Hot Fights In Town Elections Held Monday attend to his business for some months, and claims the injuries and disability are permanent. $12,000 Damage Case In another equity case, Arline Vanderby, Palo Alto county, is asking $12,000 damages from Ff ank Youngwirth, Whittemore, and Guy B. Smith, Humboldt county, for injuries "alleged to have been received in an auto accident near Whittemore, Jan. 1. Youngwirth's and Smith's cars were left standing in the middle of highway 18 without either rear or head lights, the petition claims, and Miss Vanderby's car struck them about 2:00 a. m. New Year's day. She says she received a crush ed nose, a crushed upper jaw several broken teeth, laceration on her face, and bruises aria contusions on her body as the result of the accident, she claims. She allegedly spent a week in St. Ann hospital, and it will be necessary to have the remainder of her teeth removed. Permanent disfigurement, disability, and a speech defect are claimed. Isabel P. Dahl, Swea City, is attempting to recover $3,450, principal and interest, allegedly "oaned on a promissory note to Sdmund M. Sanftner, Lucille Sanftner, and Herman Bowman, 'n another case filed. In the only recent criminal ;ase, Melvin T. Baas, Algona, was charged with the second offense of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. This case orig- nally came up in Mayor Richard- nary hearing, was bound over to the District Court. Appearance bond of $1,000 has been posted. Other Court Actions Another equity case is Linnan and Lynch vs. Frank Caughey, with the law firm attempting to secure payment of temp' $247. 75 for legal services allegedly rendered between August 1944 and May Delbert Brainerd is suing Charles V. Schimmel for $324.34 auto repair damages and $367.50 disuse of car, after an accident a mile south of S. Joe, Aug. 12, 1949. Fred Reeck was driving 3rainerd's car, and in attempting to pass Schimmel's car, was struck from the side and forced nto the ditch, according fo Brain- Td. John Reding is suing Mr. and VTrs. George Gengler for $181.02 n car damages as the result of in accident July 4, 1949, near j - - f — -• at •.-,-•»• .. u%-biu%,*iv u u4jr -x f l&-ia t 11CCU sons court, and after a prelimi- the Whittemore swimming pool. h town . elections turned to be spirited contests, in everal . P'aces. A summary of 'follows: eleCti ° n WEA CITY DEFEATS CHOOL BOND ISSUE held < ,. of 152 111. Swea City voters turned lis school; Carol Ann NeiUel, St. ^ Plum Creek Township. Lael Pettit, Lotts Creek town ship; Maroia Stone, LuVerne Pub lie school; Charles Wingert, Lin coin township; Larry Obrecht, St Joseph's school, Wesley; Marly Sleeker, German township; Betty Lou Huglin, Hebron township Mice Patton, Whittemore-Cresco and Melva Burrow, Ledyard Consolidated school. Dick Jensen was Kossuth's representative to the State Spelling Bee last year also. Since he is m the eighth grade now, this is his last chance at the state contest, and he's out to win. Supt. Claude Sankey from Wright county was the pronounc- er. Mrs. Cowles, Sr. Died Thursday Mrs. Gardner Cowles, Sr., a native of Algona, died Thursday of last week at her home in Des Moines. She was the widow of the late publisher of the Des Moines Register and Tribune. Mrs. Cowles was born Florence M. Call, in Algona, Aug. 28, 1861, a daughter of Nancy Eliza and Ambrose A. Call. Her father was one of the founders of Algona. She was married at Algona, Dec. 3, 1884. The family moved to Des Moines in 1903, when Mr. Cowles purchased a controlling interest in the Register and Leader Co. and controlling interest of the publications remains in the family, with two of the three sons actively engaged in newspaper work. I the city election, •jwrrwasviected-mayor, J S 5 yi° tes - wW le Lynn J 1 48. J. J. Anderson ..,. treasurer without opposition. Councilmen elected were C , a lJ. A 1 ^ 1 "?,"' 51 ' • A - J - B'lsbor- » 5 i ti % **« er ». E - L- Hansen, and A. B. Tweeten. Write-in vote were also cast for Harold Opsah Raymond Johnson, and Clayto noalson. 393 VOTES CAST IN BANCROFT ELECTION Bancroft — With 393 votes cast id 32 spoiled ballots. Bancroft- hottest election in years took Soroptomists Present Style Show .- .•* ycflrs place Monday. G. D. Hart ««« elected mayor, getting 326 votes A new council group was elected however. Charles Quinn (265) Joe Donahue (226). A. H. Deiter- ng (223), Francis Wilhelmi (195) and P. J. Schiltz (232). John baunders was unopposed treasurer, and H. V. Clark the park commission. HOT RACE FOR LAKOTA COUNCIL Lakoia — Wm. Stoutenberg Rites, Swea City Funeral services were held last Saturday at the Methodist church in Swea City for Wm. A. Stoutenberg, 82, who passed away Wednesday of last week at the Esther- viile hospital. He had suffered a heart attack earlier in the week. He is survived by his wife, an< two daughters, Mrs. Harold Jones of Swea City, and Mrs. Roy Bud long of Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Budlong were on their way home from a trip to Florida when they received wore of the death of Mr. Stoutenberg They arrived in Titonka Friday Local Men Lease Bancroft Garage W«sl«) — Bud Hauptman, who has been employed in the Dau Garage in Algona, and Palmer Jensen, formerly employed at the the Arnold Motor, Algona, have leased a garage in Bancroft, and took possession this week. Mrs. Hauptman is the former was for for . . cast 176 votes m a hot race for the town council. Mayor H. H. Murray was re elected without opposition, and n. D. Mussman also unopposed as treasurer. Councilmen elected were R. E. Hertzke (139), Fred Mabus (112). L. A. Meyer (117). Hjalmer Hanson (100), and Sigurd Tjernagel (75). The lattlr two are new councilmen. Other fu ne £ ac ? for the council were Alton E. Anderson, Robert Bos ma, Jr., Robert Hamilton, Andrew Jensen and Lawrence Stafford. CLOSE RACE FOR WHITTEMOHE MAYOR Whiittmor* — John Waldron with 86 votes was elected mayor here Monday, but Simon filbert a write-in candidate, polled 7£ votes in a close race. Councilmen nhnx , i. „ niembers are shown I Sorensen, Alma Pearson, Nita BoswelJ, Louise above, at the cLmax of the style show presented Magnussen, June Mawdsley, Frances Drennan Robinson Will Build In New City Addition Convent Contract Brings Construction To $226,000 Total ,, A . building project for Algona that will mean the construction of at least 14 two and three- bedroom homes in one group was announced Monday by Bud Robinson, Algona building contractor. The housing project plans are completed in the preliminary stage, and total cost of the project will run to about $126,000, Robinson said. ^ Lots have already been acquired in the area known as the Woodworth addition, adjacent to Diagonal Street, and the location has been approved by the Federal Housing Administration. Approved By F. H. A. homes to be constructed will be primarily for the medium income, small family, Robinson said. Plans for the homes . have also been approved by the Federal Housing Administration. I ve always wanted to really get in there and build houses" said the young Algona contractor, and I think there is really a need for low cost homes in Algona." Robinson plans to build the homes on a production line basis and to pass the savings made in mass buying and producing on to the buyers ot the homes. 'The public wants homes it can afford, continued Robinson, "and I want to build them as well and at as low a cost to the buyer as possible." Construction will begin as soon as weather permits. Robinson plans to carry a crew of 30 men during the peak season. $100,000 Cenvmt Lightning Causes Bad Farm Fire Lakola — A bolt of lightning is believed to have started a fire which swept the farm owned by Raymond P. Smith, and tenanted by Irvin Koppen, 3V4 miles south of Lakota, about 3 a. m. Sunday. Fire departments' from Lakota ind Bancroft were 'ought the flames, called, saving and the louse and some other property. The fire was still smouldering, Sunday night, an«5 a fife watch was posted. Explosion of 500 gallon* of gasoline, stored on the place, helped io spread the fire, and increase the total loss, which was high. Destroyed by flames were a double corn crib which was full of about 6,500 bushels of field corn, of which about 5,000 bushels belonged to Koppen, an overhead granary with 1,500 bushels of oats owned by Koppen, a henhouse and 125 hens, a tool house with most of the tools and accessories on the farm, a small grain bin containing 300 bushels of shelled corn, two tons of fertilizer, a year's supply of oil and grease, and the gasoline. This was one of the worst fire losses in this area in some time. A check of the fire and extent of the loss was being made Monday. There was a rain storm over the area, Saturday night and early Sunday, accompanied by lightning. There was insurance with the County Mutual covering $4,500 loss on the buildings, but the total loss is believed to be considerably greater than that. $1.000 LOSS AT THE PAUL BLACK FARM A fire at the Paul Black farm, fe miles southeast of Algona, about 11 p. m. Saturday, resulted in the loss of a hog house, six sows, and 75 head of small ptgs, a total loss of around $1,000. The Algona fire department was called. It is believed that brooder lamps in the hog house started the blaze. Aigona Host To Catholic Daughters This Weekend last Thursday evening at the I Delia Welter, Frances Grantham, Clara Zender m conjunction with the Edith Welter, Alice Wilkins, Florence Bjustrom , .. ,. . , ,. . ....,, I and Rose Scanlan. Several others present were fnr~ ti,: V • - V"a 150 * 6 ' M 1 !° neht ' Ju li k*; busv elsewhere when the picture was taken fore the serving of refreshments began, are Mabel I (Algona Upper Des Moines flashfoto). Chrischilles Store. C. J. McDonel Funeral Monday Funeral services for Clarence Jesse McDanel, 75, were held Monday at the McCullough Funeral Chapel, with Rev. O. W Brand in charge. After the 1 >. m. services here, the body was taken to Sioux Rapids where another service was conducted at 3 p. m. Burial was in Lone Tree cemetery, Sioux Rapids. Clarence McDanel wag born Aug. 24, 1874, and died March 24 at his home in Algona. He had been a resident here for the past ight years. sleeted Francis , Ralph Nichoi were Francis Mullin, Slagle, Fred Heinrich, and Wilbur Roeb- June Haverly, three sons. and they have Both families will move to Bancroft when living quarters can be found. er. The first two are new. L H Pertl was named treasurer. DECIDE FENTON TIE BY A DRAWING F*nion — Frank Behne was elected mayor with 80 votes, with Don Widdel polling 11 and Lester Weisbrod 22. There were 114 votes cast, one spoiled. Elected to the council were Rav Kyhl (77), M. C. Hantelman (MX Ervm Krause (75). Frank McFall (72). and Charles Theesfield (67)! Homer Matthiesen also polled 67 and he and Theesfield drew lots to see who would take the office. J. W. Smith was named as treasurer, and J. J. Theesfield was elected park commissioner. TWO MEW MEMBERS LUVEHNE COUNCIL toy Injured In : all From Car Lakota — Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kerker and two small sons had a serious interruption of a trip they were making to visit Mrs Kerker's mother, at Winnebago Minn., Sunday of last week. Charles, one of the boys, opened the rear door of the car the wind caught it, and the child was pulled from the car, falling to the pavement and striking his head. He received a deep gash in the forehead, and was rushed- to a hospital, where stitches were necessary. Driving, Traffic Cases Dominate Minor Courts Melvin T. Bass, Algona, has been bound over to district court from Mayor Richardson's court, charged with a second offense of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. The case arose March 18. Bond was set at $1,000. Ole Morkind, George, Iowa, charged with intoxication, was sentenced to the 10 days in the county jail that had been sus- >ended for good behavior, March o, on a disorderly conduct harge. Morkind has since been :ommitted to the state hospital at Cherokee. In another case in Mayor's Court, Hubert Sylvester, Algona, vas given a five days jail sen- »- recovering, and the stitches have been removed. • . Thomas was reelected mayor here yesterday, defeating Henry Loerwald. Har- 5" Tracer, Ray Afarf, axuIDr. John It Skogmo were reelected councilmen, and Edward Hof and Iryin Chapman are new council- and New Clerk In Treasurer Office Harold Wesley is a new clerk in he office of Rosella Voigt, coun- y treasurer. He replaces Mrs Glen Raney who has resigned due to ill health. He is a son of George Wesley s married and has twp* children' ps wife is the former Rosetta Barker, daughter of C. V. Barker "ves south of Algona. He the 7 ' U P Co - was ence for intoxication. Frank Kennedy, Algona, . fined $10 and costs and had his liquor book revoked on an it tpxication charge. Merrill K Paine, Webster City, was fined *. 10 , and costs for intoxication. Carl Hoglan, Algona, had $5 suspended on a $10 fine for intoxication. Meryl C. Yeoman, Algona, received a $25 fine for reckless driving. Raymond Miller, Algona and Martin W. Schmidt, Fenton were fined $5 each for exceeding th*» cruaiaH |: M I4 :_ _ • » , . . the speed zone. limit in a residential years. New Store Opens The Bradley Bros. Seed Service wiU hold its grand openTng next Friday, MarclTai. ThebuS- ness location of this new farm t Super Mjirket to on Nebraska jire on Nebraska st Elsewhere in today's Upper Des Momes will be found a fiEe announcement of the opening event and an invitation tofarmers to attend. Lyle Bodd is manager of new establishment In Justice of th* P«ac* J. B. Johnston's court, Alfred Bu.cn. L*ly«rd. fil*d a complaint of assault with intent to inflict bodily injury. asamst Glenn Wilson. Action on this case will b* continued April ID. A civil suit has »«*n nled in district court. also, in connection with this Lee C Miller, Algona, paid $5 and costs for failing to have valid drivers license 5 Algona Boys Hurt In Crash Five Algona boys were injured Sunday in an auto accident as they were returning from a basketball game at Fort Dodge. Francis Woodcock was most seriously injured, and six stitches were needed to close a gash in his chin. He spent Sunday night in St. Ann hospital. Richard Reynolds received a cracked rib and skinned knees Eugene Harig, Wallace Erdman md Dean Loss were cut ant aruised. while Art and Eldon Winkle escaped injury in the accident. The boys were returning from .he St. Cecelia's-Corpus Christi unior high tournament game al ''ort Dodge. Those injured were treated irst at the Mercy hospital in 'ort Dodge, and later at St. Ann lospital. Mr. and Mrs. Richard -ottington and child, and Charles Juncumbe, all of Fort Dodge were the occupants of the other car. general contract for construction of a $100,000 convent for th Presentation Sisters has been le here. H. J. Cowan of Algona was awarded the contract for general construction of this fine new addition to St. Cecelia's parish. J-unk & Diem were awarded the plumbing contract, and the Algona Electric was awarded the electrical contract. The convent will be two sto- a full basement, will contain 16 Breaks Bone In Fall On Ice TUonka — Jeffrey Boyken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boyken was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital, recently, where x-rays revealed that he had a broken collar bone. He suffered the injury when he tell, while playing on some ice. He is m the first grade at school here. ries high, with 95x37 feet. It , „ -- --- *-<->ji<,u*i| j i/ bedrooms, kitchen, dining room, office, community room, guest oom, parlor, chapel, music room, ewmg and recreation room Preliminary plans got underway last year, and the letting last Wednesday will enable the work to be completed by next fall. Work will get underway as soon as possible. Downtown Lot Sold In another deal completed last week, H. J. Cowan purchased the lot at the corner of North Dodge and Call Street, from Frank Vera There is a house on the lot, and this Vera retains and will to another site ington St. Algona will play host, Saturday and Sunday, at the 19th biennial convention of the state court of the Iowa Catholic Daughters of America. Headquarters will be at the Algona Hotel, and representatives of 61 cities have indicated they will have delegates here. State district and department officers will attend. Mrs. Anna M. Baxter, State Regent of Dubuque, will preside. .'Business sessions will begin at ™ a; TO. Saturday, ' " - - istrations will be made Satyrda morning, under the direction o' Mrs. Anna B. Williams, state sec retary. Garner. Work and progress of the orde will be reported in state officers reports, as well as reports from grand regent leaders of loca groups. Saturday evening at 7.30 p. m Mrs. Anna D. McGrath, vice state egent, Sioux City, will preside at he State Night program, at St. Cecelia s Academy. A special entertainment program will follow, and a get acquainted hour is planned with officers of the Algona organization, headed by Mrs Judy DeZellar, Algona regent, as hostesses. Sunday the delegates will attend Mass in a body at 7:30 a. m. at St. Cecelia's church. Father P. P. Gearen, as chaplain, will preside at the one o'clock convention, and dinner program in St. Cecelia's gym. Spaker will be the Rev. John Walsh of Milford. Rt. Rev. Msgr. M. J. Martin, state chaplain, of St. Joseph Parish, Dubuque, will address the banquet meeting also, "" "—'- of Catholic Leader- the Algona ewwt japlain, Rev. P. P. Gearen; Grand Regent. Mrs. Judy DeZel- Jar; Vice Repent, Lenore Kinsey Prophetess. Margaret Weydert- Lecturer, Mary Alice Fox; Finan' cial Secretary, Marita Befeten- lenner; Treasurer, Dorothy, Reynolds; Historian, Irma Barton. Monitor, Mildred WinTtel, Sen- lei, Vera May Semon* Organist Hatilda Hood; Trustees, Mary BoswelJ, Anna Courtney, Irene griffin, Mary Barry, Josie Mu- i.voy and Bernice Reynolds Assisting the state officers as ostesses will be the following ast regents, who will act as seninels: Irene Griffin, Mae O'Brien da Winkel. and Bernice Reynolds. f 123 Farmers 'Graduate' At Evening School Finale Climaxing this year's Farmer's •flight school, 123 diplomas were night (Monday) at Banner's Night school ban- The lot'is 66 feet wide located \ qU £, at the A1 «"na High school on the corner just west of the FarmL ' r m ' jmh *™ "-""< "-•• Greenberg Auto Supply. No announcement was made as to future plans for the corner Cowan. by oy Farmer members and their guests, including many local business men, heard V. B. Hamilton i farmer, tell "What's America", as part of the evening's program. A crowd of over 300 attended the banquet. Good Hope church Easter Seals In Mail Last Week Easter Seals, from which pro-1 tended , ei ght of the ten meeUngs ootiH^ i.rjn K, i i .t. -, r ^ . wert* f'lipihlt. ceeds will be used by the Kossuth County Society for Crippled !u '"P/epared the meal, while I the FFA boys served. A list of those who received diplomas follows. Those who at- were eligible. Chester Albright, Ed Arend, -hildren and Adults, were mailed p - w - Arend, Clarence Arndorfer' ast «,«>!, to residents of this Nlck Arndorfer, Philip Arndorfer! ast week area. Officers of the organization are idelia Skow, secretary; Mrs 'red Snilts, treasurer; W. B Of' cer - B U«. seal chairman: Inez, ~.~. WoJIe, publicity; and Antoinette mann. Harold Bonnstetter, case service chair- Bormann W John Baas, Walter Barr, Frank Becker, George Becker, Harold Becker. Hans Beenken. Hugh Black, Floyd Bode, H. J. Bode. Clair Bellinger, George Bor- Bormann, Roger Mawdsley, Jr.. Leslie McEnroe, Ray S. McWhorter, Eugene Mertz, Irvin Mertz, Clarence Metzgar, Chris Miller, Leo Nurre Charles Nygaard, L. V. Oxley' Edwin Mino. Verle Patterson, Carl Paetz Milfred Plathe, Fred Plumb Berle Priebe, Marcell Reding Harvey Reid, Lloyd Robinson Francis Rowe, Howard Schoby Jr., Howard Schoby, Henry Schroeder, George Scuffham, M. H. Seller, Clarence Siemer, George Simons, Joseph Skow, J. C. Skow Jens Sorensen, Lyle Steele. Kenneth Strayer, Herman Studer Earl Taylor, James Tindall, Raymond Vigdol, Joe Wadleigh, George Wagner, Melvin Walker John Weber, John Wilson, Herman Wise, Myrle Woltz, and Loyal Young. J Vacation Dates Set At LuVerne LuVern* — was reelected Phil Henderson president of the 9 eo ^ eLE - Cullen, Emmetsburg and Robert J. Perkins. DS Mwnes each were fined $3 and costs for failing headlights. to dim their Measles Epidemic Wegley _ The first room of the parochial school here was dis- ?"sse d Thursday and Friday due to the absence of a large number of students from the first and second grades who were having a siege of the measles, "»*"** scnool board here at the reorganization meeting held Monday evening of last week. This will be his third year as president. spring vacation dates were also approved. Friday, March 31, the teachers will attend the convention in Mason City, and there will be a vacation on Good Fri- <j*y,_ April 7, and Easter Monday, April 10. School will close May 24. Barometer Threat! The lowest barometer reading recorded since he has had access **« »» instrument was ob- Monday morning by Harry weather observer here. If barometer is correct, it's dirty weather ane*d! \ i-»-,« i* »'* i : " -»"i T ~ '"-*- *-..*-,.* - i »- "-..in, »». H. Hosworth Rav nan. Mrs. Melvin Miner, original Braun, Harold Campney, Walter hairman, is now living in Minn- Campney, Lyle Cullogan Bernard esota. Directors are Beth Annis Algona; Mrs. C. H. Beardsley Algona; Mrs. John Cook, Lakota- T. J. Egan, Bancroft; Anna Flom Wesley; Mrs. Howard French Titonka; Mrs. Fred G enrich, Lone Hutchinson. Wesley; Rock. Clothilda _ __,. Myron Johnson, Swea City; O B Laing, Algona; Mrs. Loren Larson, LuVerne; A. E. Lauritzen AJgona; Mrs. Henry Looft Seneca; Mrs. A. A. Luther, Ledyard- Mrs. Erhardt Meyer, LuVerne' N. C. Rice. Algona; Mrs L T Root, Wesley; Mrs. Don Weisbrod' Fenton. Collins Reelected Perry Collins was reelected president of the school board at rue « 1 i lar board meeting held March 20. Other directors a-e W. Stillman. Dr. F. C. Scan- Hutchinson, Mrs. Veda Murtagh, and treasurer. Eugene Scheme!, Capesius, Willis J. Cotton, Grant Cripe, Vincent Cruise, Arnold Damelson, Homer Dodds, William Dodds, Chas- Elmore. Leo Elmore. Mark Elmore. Peter Erpelding, Clifford Etherington, J. V. Evans Harry Feller. Alfred Fett F F' Fett. Albert Fish, Gerald Frankl." Glen Gabrielson, Lloyd Gerber' A. J. Grandgenett. Duane Haberger. Andrew C. _ o--. - **.»u* *. n> *^. Hanson, Theron Hansen, L. H Hanson. L. N. Hanson, Albert Hasse. Paul Hasse, Ted Hilbert, Mrs. H. L. Hofcnk, H. L. Hoenk, Ted Hoover Jr., Owen Hurt, Paul Irunan, Phillip Inman, Ross Inman. Glen Jenkinson. Albert Johnson, George Kain, Joe Klemic Ivan Kohlhaas. Ralph Kohlhaas,' Raymond Kohlhaas, Irvin Kramer, Arthur Krause, George Kun«el, Vernpn Larsen. Chas. Lickteig, Louis Liekteig, John Loss Steve Loss, Robert Loss, John Lenertz. Vaughn Love, Earl Manning, Roscoe Mawdsley, Roscoe Hanna Elevator Changes Hands LuVern* — The Kunz Grain Co. elevator at Hanna was recently purchased by the Davis ,?'" Co ' at Corwith. Possession will be given April 15. Bert Ramus has been the manager for the past six years, and the future plans of Mr. and Mrs. narnus and daughter are indefinite at this time. Council To Meet Algona's city council will meet Thursday evening, and if there s anything new with regard to the sewage disposal problem it will probably come up at this neeUng, Mayor B. P. Richardson said yesterday. No action was taken at the open meet Tuesday night of last week, when a state department of health spokesman was the chief speaker. Plum Creek Contest The Plum Creek spelling contest was held between districts 4 and 5, March 13, with Maribel Kain ihe wjnaer.
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