4-Algono (!«.) Uftpir DM Mdirttt tu*day, Bet.mbtr 25, 1916 To Weight Baby Beeves During Holidays Kossuth County 4*H members will weigh their baby beef projects during Christmas vacation, according to plans made at the recent leader's meeting at the Extension Office. All 4-H baby beeves must be tattooed and weighed in at not more than 650 pounds Jan. 1 in order to show at the county fair 4-H'ers will keep a feed and rate of gain record on all calves from weigh in time until animals are sold at the county fair in August The weigh schedule is as follows — Dec. 22 — Prairie, Tom Mullins 9:30 a.m. Dec. 26 — Lotts Creek, 8:00 a^n. Dec. 27 — Union & Plum Creek, Algona Sale Barn, 9:00 a.m. Dec. 27 — Fenton & Seneca, Fenton Yards, 1\30 p.m. Dec. 27 — Whittemore, 8:30 a.m. Dec. 28 — Burt, 8:30 a.m. Dec. 28 — St. Joe, Frank Reding, 9:00 ajn. Dec. 28 — Grant, Briggs, 1:30 p.m. Dec. 28 — Eagle, Swea-Harrison, Stock Yards, 9:00 a.m. Dec. 29 — Green-Wood, 9:30 a.m. . Dec. 31 —' LuVerne, N. W. Stockyards, 9:00 a.m. Dec. 31 — Garfield, Stockyards, 1:00 p.m. Dec. 31 — Lakota at Ledyard, 9:30 a.m. Jan. 2 — Portland, 1:30 p.m. Jan. 3 — Wesley, Leek Sale Barn, 1:30 p.m. 4-H dad's will be special guests at most of the 4-H clubs during January. A special program is planned and members will fill olit their record book feed budgets. Leaders attending the meeting were Earl Zwiefel, Paul Trenary, Bill Dodds, Kenneth' Strayer, Gerald Soderberg, Scre'al DeGeeter, Maurice Bilsborough, Wallace Hawcott, Charles Brown, Joe Skow, Bernard Thilges, Leander Vaske, Lloyd" Thorson. Soren Pedersen, Sidney Payne, Cecil Thcresom Ben Arfliker, Ray Frieden, Earl Crouch, Ray John- Son, Charles Kygaard, Driiger, Ed K&in, and Ervin To Wed Jan. 5 Af Whittempr* Mr and Mrs Ralph Bailey of Mllford, la. announce the engagement of their daughter, Eva Belle, •above, to Vernon Leroy Higgins, son of Mr and Mrs Con Higgins of Whittemore. They plan to be married Jan. 5 at St. Michael's Catholic church of Whittemore. Corf Crash, Swea A .two-car crash resulted in $150 ^damage at 4:15 p.m. Thursday at a street intersection with highway 9 in Swea City. AultoS » driven by George M Starr/ Estherville, and Angelo A. Lippd, * Vancouver, B. C., were involved. Starr stopped at a schdol Stop sign, the latter didn't. According to Patrolman Dale McBride, who investigated, $150 darriage resulted to the Starr Yenltse. • No one was injured. •;W .-•- ! *^—• :—- • Mayor Court Fines Tht^ee .persons paid fines in Mayor 1 -O.. C. Shierk's court this week.-* .They were Richard E. Frambach,' Whittemore, $5 and cos'lsr,- not observing stop sign; JOhiCRl Meade, Webster City car. 'out or control, $5 and costs; arid A. Wjjliam . Hentges, Whittemore, -.no", valid driver's license, $5 and cost$., (: HOSPITALS J Dec. 4 —* Mrs Garmon Adams, Whittemore, girl, 8-lEf Mrs Earl Steier, Whittemore, girl, 743; Mrs Katheryn Lehman, Algona, medical; Mrs Arlo Grimm, Algona, surgery; Mrs Goodwin Bergerud, Burt, medical. Dec. 5 — Mrs Bernard Kisch, Cbrwith, boy, 7-12.V4; Mrs V. G. Frideres, Algona, girl, 7-6V4; Mrs Joe Boekelmaft, Titonka, metlt- cal; Mrs J. H. Scott, Algona, girl, 7-2 V4. Dee. 6 — Jane E. Shey, Algona, boarder. Dee. 7 *~ Mrs May Dolen. Swea City, medical; Robert W. Besten- lehner, Algona, medical. Dec. 8 — Mrs Francis Collins, Livermore, girl, 6-8Vfc; Mrs E. It. SVoltz, Burt, medical. Dte. 10 — Mrs Leo Ramus, Lone Rock, surgery; Leo Cassel, Algona, surgery. Det, 11 — Mrs Joe Besch, Whittemore, boy, 9-9; Rebecca Devine, Rodman, T & A; Mrs Frank Youngwirth, Algona, medical; Jojmn Weber, Whittemore, surgery. Dec. 12 — Mrs Clarence Arndorfer, Algona, boy, 7-12%; Chris Reese, Algona, medical; Mrs Percy McGinnis, Algona, medical, expired; Freddie Eckhart, Bancroft) accident. Dec. 13 — Wilbur Zeigler, Algona, accident; Mrs James Graham, Mallard, medical. Dec. 14 — Mrs Philip Dangelser, Algona, medical; Donald Nauman, Burt, accident; Richard Hartman, Rodman, surgery; Baby Peggy Granam, Mallard, boarder. Dec. IS — Mrs Ed Eischen, Lu- Verne, girl, 7-10; Mrs Dick Fish, West Bend, boy, 6-9%; Mrs Gilbert Buscher, Algona, boy, 7-7 Mrs Merle Moore, Algona, girl, 6-15; Mrs G. O. Jorgenson, Fenton, girl, 6-2%; Mrs Tony Grandgenett, St. Benedict; medical: Robert M. Schoby, Algona, medical; Mrs John Origer, Bode, medical; Mrs Goodwin Bergerud. Burt, medical. Dec. 16 — Mrs Donald Reimers. Burt, boy, 6-14; fMrs Bernard Wichtendahl, Ottosen, maternity; Mrs Catherine Simon, Algona; medical: Baby Timothy Arndorfer, Algona, boarder; Steve Scrantori, Algona, medical. Doc. 17 — Mrs Kenneth Hoi- comb, Algona, maternity; Lloyd Haubach, Algona,. medical; Mi's Joe Boekelman, Titonka, medical. Dec. 18 — Mrs Hattie Witham, Algona, medical. Dec. 19 — Mrs Fritz Newbrough Lone Hock, girl, 7-6; Mrs Earl Janssen, Luverne, boy, 8-*14; Mrs Catherihe Specht, Alfona, medical; Merman Rlggert, Whittemore, medical. * Dee. 20 — Mrs Maurice Laubenthal, Wesley, boy, 6-7; Mrs Joe Funk, Algona, boy, 8; Sister Mary Nicola, Wesley, medical; R. E. Montag, West Bend, medical; Mrs Clarence Macumber, Algona. medical. Dec. 21 «- Diane Morman, Whitmore, T & A; Dennis Morman, Whittemore, T & A. ... .^_ 4 Couples Get Wedding Licenses Licenses to wed were issued to four couples last week, as follows, in Clerk of Court ,Ahna Pearson's ofice here: Dec. 18 — Richard E. Meyer, Elmore, and Shirley Dopey, Ledyard; Robert Forsythe, West Bend, and Beverly Elbert, Whittemore. Dec. 19 — Richard Krapp, Bancroft, and Patricia O'Donnell, Lone Rock. Dec. 21 — Dale Braynard and Patricia Hansen, LuVerne. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMOnE, IOWA Tuesday, Dec. 25 (Christmas Dance) DON HOY Friday, Dec. 28 SPIKE HASKELL Sunday, Dec. 30 JACK COLE Monday, Dec. 31 NEW YEAR'S EVE LYNN KERNS No Advance Booth Reservations — Doors Open at 8:30 re-inv YEAR-END CLEARANCE SALE OFF ON ALL NEW and USED WING holiday clearance! MENS SUITS MENS TOPCOATS MENS SPORT COATS MJIS DRESS SHOES MENS HATS ILLIAMS ALGONA, We're Here To Serve You Better and Quicker Than Ever. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ALGONA, IOWA REX VOYLES, Manager ^ ^«^»e*«ji^^ *cs Maybe YOUR HOUSE Is On This List - To Have A "White Christmas" (With a New Gas Appliance) * SEASON'S GREETINGS From ;AL Public "YOUR GAS COMPANY"
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