Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1932 · Page 1
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ALGONA, IOWA, FEBRUARY 25, 1032 8 Pages AND HMI „ JORN SENT .TO SUFFERERS , Handicappctl ' ranuud of mixed cdrn and oats L'Binned from Algona-Saturday [{rriok, S. D,.a.'part ;of this munlty's aid to that drought and ihoptwr - «tricft*n area. The ifht ws "78 ( SOO A 1b§.( .which meani t thin 1-00 t»u»hels of corn and f bushels fit oats, , / <,', c arloads were ttf' Tiave been «j itst week-end, but'a anow- [y In the week coupled "Continued drifting -*' of -roads »it Impossible to fill more & included In the shipment was .220 iel_ of corn purchased tors $66 by a. Community -club to fll' I th* load. „- .. irn contributed by farmers was tly brought In on 1 the cob. John Inkl donated the use of-hla shell- land the services of two men, to M the corn. The sheller was lo- Ted Just east of the eWator, and [ corn was delivered direct to the fc, R. Rising donated the- use of I elevator and equipment in the hwestern yards, including scales 1 a truck with which shelled corn i hauled from the shelter. (forts to load the second car »given up yesterday, and the I bushels of corn : purchased with i funds raised by the Community |b will be combined with another lal car from some Mother point In (county. Drifted roads ;and ship- from adjacent -points. cut |rn the quantity that could be se- I here, .attons reported by W. H. God, chairman of the joint commlt- | In charge of the •shipments,'fol- Paetz —. 42 1C. Christensen, oats iDldriksen 1___'.__- 10 llehman 20 Johnson — - ......_ < i and Wm. Redinjr '___"__ 40 Ljfitherinffton' and'Sttis.'"!;.'-D. Icklnson 36 i Black —-—-______—_ 25 i Erp&dtns 42 iMawdsley 50 ID, Headley • 28 IE. Morgan ,_2p l-Hscheid 25 \J. Keen & Son ___' 25 Elscheid 10 Harr _, • Bros. , Johnson 1_2( im Altwegg _' 2( . Sparks _• 20 i Weber 2(1 _ y 14 |U Miller , 14 n Weber • _Roethler, oats 2 German Fraser ,5 Hum . Kra« z -_""::::":::::;;_5 [Hoover ,_ , ,._ 5 1 Larson 'I__'"_"_ford Hoover _.™_"__20 Wagner *_;. 1 Scuffham "" 15 ' Tlulges "ZIIIIII" ' and Jami>s Thllges ___!___ • Gardner (Hopkins Metzger 10 ... . i Crowell ::7T^"V.' Will ____ •"r:r*-;r---. "" —_,c,.^____ v '_4q ,.____ jo oats -,r«""I' * Wo'n ------rrrW ti^ k-'V. HuUe" '-"" - New Pastor Here *T»HIS IS FATHER Loute pen.. nlnghoff, new rector of the Episcopal churches here and at Emmetsburg. Father Denninghoff lives at Emmetsburg but conducts services at the local church every Sunday; THREE KOSSUTH TEAMS ENTERED IN ACADEMY TOURNEY Tuesday afternoon St. Cecelia's academy basketball team went., to Cherokee to compete In a northwest Iowa Catholic inter-high, schoo basketball tournament yesterday and today, Persons going from here were George Kanouff, Omer ant Junior Kelly Wade Hansen,'03mmet Heggarty, Harold •• Streit, Edward Zender, Charles Hughes, John 'Baker, Edward Capesius, Father Davern, Coach Edward Butler, arid Evan Flnnell, manager. Father Davern and Mr. Butler furnished transportation. ;; . Twenty-one teams are , ; entered one of the largest lists In the history of the tourney. Drawings made last week-end follow: • - - FIRST ROWD,t-.u,;.?..r-- Sallx vs. Christ! (Fort Dodge). Breda vs. Bboiie. •.•••.• Danbury vs., 'Emmetsburg. Bancroft vs. Templeton. Varlna vs. Algona, SECOND ROUND Vail vs. Fonda. Remsen vs. Clare. Storm Lake vs. winner Salix-Corpus Chrteti. •Whittemore vs. Sacred Heart (Fort Dodge). Ashton vs. winner Breda-Boone. Cherokee vs. winner Danbury- Emmetsburg. Winner Bancroft- Templeton vs. winner Varina'- Algona; Marcus vs. Alton. The winner and the runnerup in the tournament will compete with representatives from three other districts in • the state meet at Fort Dodge. George Hicks, Cherokee, and Wendall Eldahl, Ida Grove, are officials. Trophies are offered for the grand championship team, the runners-up, the most valuable player, and the squad demonstrating the best. sportsmanship. The Algonlans will play Varina in the first round, and^ If they win they will then play the winner of a Bancroft-Templeton game, LAKOTAN FINED ON CHARGE OF ILLE6AL TRUCK DRIVING Verne Mollnder, Lakota, was fined 125 and costs of $8,45 in Justice Winkers' court yesterday on the charge of operating a motor vehicle truck on the public highways without authority from the board ' of railroad commissioners. Mollnder formerly had ft license, but It expired June 1, 1931. His liability in- sur^nce also expired early last year. He waa warned nu.inerpus times by state inspectors, but put them pM by •aylng he was 1 qjilttlng the business though he kept operating. He was brought here yesterday, and was given till March 10 to pay the fine. Jtje alsq got the necessary license plates and the authority to operate. LU VERNE WHIT BY GAR AND LE6JS BADLY BROKEN Lu Verne, Feb. 2$— Monday after- noop, as Otto Ramus and William Hedrick were going to the country to' get ft load of cobs, they , stopped in front of the Hedrick home, Mr. Hedrick got out and went .around behind the truck, and was hit by a pay driven, by Raymond Smith, coming from the opposite djrectlpn, JW was knocked down, and his right teg bpojfw and Ms head badly cut. Merri^t ambulance, from ;A1- tak " AJgone, hospital. fJU?f r If. aud,erbw>, «f the Smoke w*s 'the subject of an QPW- the. f tomach at the Tuesday aft* It we» a new oufte * #*u«* *» *»**!. ach. The P»Uen.t NVENTIONS ARE CALLED ROAD GRADING & GRAVELING APPORTIONED Plans for This Year in All Townships Are Adopted. As a ready means of identifying section., lines along which road grading or graveling Is to be done this year, consult '-the township map printed in connection with this .story. ' Graveling and grading projects In all Kossuth townships were approved at the meeting of township trustees with the board of. supervisors last week Tuesday, as follcfivs: Eagle: gravel mile along north line Sec. 7, and mile north line Sec. 12; grade two miles along south lines Sees. 22-23, and two miles along south lines of Sees. 27-26. Grant: gravel one mile along east line Sec. 16; grade two miles along east lines Sees. 14-23. Springfield: gravel three miles along south lines Sees. 21-22-23; grade two miles along south lines Sees. 19-20. Hebron: gravel along two miles south lines Sees. 7-S "and two miles along south lines Sees. 34-35;, grade one mile along south line Sec. 9. Harrison: gravel one-half mile on south line Sec. 36; grade three miles along east line Sees. 22-27-34., Ledyard: gravel three miles along east lines Sees. 20-29-32; two miles along south lines Sees. 31-32. Lincoln: gravel three miles along east lines Sees. 2-11-14; one mile along east line Sec. 35. The foregoing townships are In the fifth supervisor district, represented by Supervisor P. J. Helken, Swea City. Fourth Supervisor District. The following townships are rep- resepted on the board by Supervisor Charles Morris, of Lone Rock: ~' J Swea: grade two miles along east lines Sees. 17-20,' and one mile along east line Sec. 2. Seneca:'gravel three miles along south lines Sees. 1-2-3; grade • one mile along south -line Sec. 10, and one mile along south line Sec. 32. Greenwood: gravel one mile along south line-Sec. 6; one-half mile, on south line Sec. 3; one mile along south line Sec. 2; two miles along east and south lines Sees. 33. Burt: gravel 1% miles along south lines Sec. 26-27; grade one mile along south, line Sec. 4; and two miles along south line Sece. 30-31. Fenton: gravel one mile along south line Sec. 8; two miles along south lines Sees. 26-25; grade one mile along south line Sec. 3. Lotts Creek: gravel one , along south line Sec. 30, and mile two miles along eouth lines Sees. 11-12; grade two miles along east lines Sees. 29-32, . Third Supervisor District. There are six townships in Supervisor Olaf Funnemark's district, as follows: Ramsey: gravel two miles along east lines Sees. 6-7; one mile along east line Sec. 9; one mile along east Ine Sec. 28; one-half mile on south Ine Sec. 1; grade three-fourths mile on south line Sec. 36. German: gravel one mile along south line See.' 6; two miles along east lines Sees. 2-11; grade two miles along south Unee Sees, 81-32. Portland:, gravel one-half, mile, on south line Sec. 15; grade three- ourths mile In center Sec. 5 on north and south road; one mile .long east .line See. 8; one-half mite on south line Sec. 8; one mile along north and south center See. 17; one mile along south line Sec. 36. . Buffalo: gravel one mile along south line. Sec. 16, and one mile along south line Sec. 27. , Wesley: gravel two miles along east lines Sece. 7-18; grade one-half mile on' ndrth line Sec. 83 and one mile on north and south road in center of Sec. 33. Prairie: grade two miles along south lines Sees. 3-4 and one mile along south line See. 28. Second Supervisor District, Besides Algona, there are only wo townships in Supervisor W, ,-5, McDonald's district, as follows: , Union: ' gravel diagonal 'road northeast in Sec. 35 and two miles <n east lines Sees. 23-26-35; grade one mile along east line Sec. 28 and miles along south lines Sece, £6-27. iPhjm Creek: gravel one mile along south line Sec. 9 and two PUBLICITY CLEARS POOR FUND ROLL Board prbceedlngs on Page, 6 Include a new listing, In which all recipients of poor- relief are named. Heretofore the proceedings have listed only the name of the person to whom check was made out, cue- tomarlly the grocer, other dealer, or landlord.** Now 1 ' the'- warrant '| g -Hated, and directly under it la an Itemized account of the person or persons benefltted. The board of supervisors does not by this publicity Intend to. cast reflections upon any persons worthy of aid. The county willingly cares for all such cases. There has been in the past, however,'a-few cases where persons not needing aid have applied for .It simply out of a "grabbing" instinct., .JUp to the present such cases have been protected from publicity. The supervisors, 'in ordering publication by name and Item, believe that .the taxpayers, who must make up a deficit of more than $5,000 In the poor fund, are entitled to. know- on whom the benefit falls. It is, also believed that some persons who do not need aid will get off the list if publicity in the proceedings is certain. Number 24 ILLNESS CRIPPLES ALGONIANS; LOSE TO WEJJSTER CITY Algona lost a basketball game to Webster City, there, Friday evening, 20-9. Three of Algona's best men- Black, Hargreaves, and Post — could not go because of sickness. Algona tallied only four points in the first half to Webster City's 15, and only five points more to Webster City's 14 in the second half. This was the first conference game the locals had lost, and it relegated them to a tie with Webster City for second place ,in the conference. Eagle Grove maintains the lead, with four wins. The conference rating as of Saturday follows: Wins Defeats Eagle Grove _ ---- ___ ____ 4 . 0 Webster City., ____ __•__ ___ ..,»:•..: .-' ,..-•! Algona • ----- •. ---- __ ------ 3 . . : 1 Humboldt ; ______ — __._i 2 . ' 2 Clarion ' ---------- _ _____ 1 ; S Hampton ___ _ ____ '. ______ 0 4 Williams was .high man for Algona, making four points. Nordstrum made three, Shllts and Sellstrom, one each on free throws. Fromlng, of Webster City, was outstanding' player of the evening, dropping ten baskets through the loops, which netted 20 of Webster City's points. Other Webster City scorers -were ' Burkley, Schrader, Black, and Nichols, who each scored a basket. Nichols made one free throw. > LEGGER FLEES BUT TAKEN AT DEATH CORNER \ Local Youths Nabbed on Charges of Selling Booze. William Steil and Earl Stointnon were bound to the grand jury Saturday by Justice Daneon on liquor Here's Your Township Map m S..i._a... *i±h The last game before the proaching district tournament ap- will be played tomorrow evening against Emmetsburg. Next Monday the team will play in a county tournament at Lakota against Swea City. If the locals win they will play In the finals for the championship of the county. FIRST LUTHERANS EXTEND CALL TO REV. S.E. EN6STROM At a meeting of the voting members of the First Lutheran churcn Friday evening to choose a pastor It was voted to extend a call to S. E. Engstrom, Chicago. Voting members of the Bancroft church, which is served by the^ same pastor, met Saturday morning . and took the same action. Mr. Engstrom, who will be graduated from'. the Augus- tana ; Lutheran seminary at Rock island in June, served the , two churches as student pastor at Christmas time and made a most favorable impression, It Is understood that just before he comes here in June , he. wlir.'.be married, 'Till his arrival the Algeria-Bancroft churches will continue to.be supplied by the Rev- , O. E. Johnson, Swea City pastor. - on charges. Steil who was charged with bootlegging,' was released on $1,000 bond after waiving ..preliminary hearing. Stelnman was charged with both bootlegging and Illegal transportation, and his bond! was set at $1,000 on each count, or a $2,000 total, which he furnished and was'also released. • • Marshal F. W. Green had been suspicious of the pair for some time. Friday evening he arrested two Al- gonians for' drunkenness, and from the pair the officers secured enough Information for the arrests. Steil was arrested at" 10: 30 p. m. the same night. Steinman could not be immediate-, ly located, but the marshal called Deputy Sheriff Harris, and the two officers patrolled the streets in the Harris car till they found Steinman in his car at the corner of Hall and Nebraska streets at 1 a. m. next morning. Steinman sensed that they were after him 'and made an attempt to get away, driving at breakneck speed down McGregor street, north on Phillips, and thence on the Diagonal over. the Milwaukee tracks to No. IS. • Steinman did not have his chains, but the Harris car was .chain-equipped. At every Corner Steinman's car swayed and- skidded on ice* At the curve to No. 18 where Thos. Wagner and Samuel Hedrick 'were killed last fall when their, car crashed into the ditch his car skidded dangerously at high speed, and his nerve failed! • The Harris car had kept close to Steinman's tall-light, and when, afraid of skidding into the ditch, , he stopped the officers caught up 'with'" Kiin'v:lwliereup'on 'he submitted' to 'arrest;' "''":,';•'• •.. '••'•. '.'v:v .,•-.. '_' -. .' : .- ;. No liquor was found in Steinrnan's car, but the officers' 1 believe , he. had some but threw it out in the .mad chase. Proceedings to confiscate his Chevrolet two-door sedan were started Monday. / rt- iroitTJi t?t' •{•.ate*- vi-,jB-'- ..,..:... 33•••"•H" ..[.84 m ••i-"H ; " tit 44.. ..Via.!. i « 424.1, ••f36-i- ••—""— SOUTJf T JSING THIS MAP, it will.bo easy to determine precisely where road ^ grading or graveling is to be done In the county this year, according to the accompanying story. :.\ . ; Academy Pupils to Present Music-Recital Next Sunday STREETS GROOVED AS CARS OUT INTO ICE Temperatures of day and Sunday degrees Satur- indlcated that miles along north and south road in enter of Sees. 26-85; grade one mile along east line Sec. 22 and 1% miles along south line Sees. 86-27. first Supervisor District. Supervisor F. J. Balgejnan, Whitemore, represents the following ownships: Whittemore: grade one-half mite A south lines Sees. 38-24, 1% mge? along north and east lines Sec, ?5, t4 one mile'along east line Sep. \. Cresco: gravel one mile along east line Sec. 6, one mile along f es| me Sec- «• «"»<* °» e ml * e *^*f west line Sec. 91; gr^de qne Qj]|>9 east and we^t road in Sec. & , " , S %-* "Hi jNfc *' FAILS TO HAVE NEW AUTO NUMBERS^PAYS $10 FINE Raymond Smith," Lu Verne, was fined $10 and costs Monday for driving a car without 1932 auto' license plates.' He was brpugljt In a» a result of the automobile accident at Lu Verne that morning, when he ran into William Hedrick, breaking the latter's leg and fracturing hiq skull,' The charge was tjroijght in Justice Winke-'a court, , Smith had a driver's 'license or local officers would have dealt more severely with him. spring was not far. away. Water -has been running in streams in many parts of town, while in. others It has stood In puddles, unable to get away because spillways were blocked with Ice and snow.' There was not much thawing early in the week, when the temperatures fell below freezing, but water was running again yesterday. The temperature record follows: ' February 16 . —. 34 25 February 17 31 7 February 18 ... .......35. I 3 February 19 __•______. _8 11 February 20 _ 36 .*i February 21 ...—___36 20 February 22 27 6 February 23 ——.31 11 Since last week's thaw Algona streets have resembled miniature canals. Cars have, worn deep ruts In the hard-packed snow, which turned, to Ice, leaving grooves so deep that it has been difficult to turn out of them. Sometimes cars meeting In the same rut have -had to back up to the next corner. The State street paving -'Where, the ice has been worn off, shows effects,of the winter. Holes are numerous, and the paving has a pocked appearance, , St. Cece-liate academy announces a junior qiusic recital at 4:30 p. m. next' Sunday at the academy.. There will be no admission charge. A program will bo given by the Oxford piano classes and junior music pupils. as follows: Masterbilt Overture _____ lOrchestra Piano — Frances Winkel. Gentle Bee .. --------- -Roland Bode Winter, Adieu- -------- Roland Bode Peas Porridge (keys of A flat and C) ----------------- Irene Hanson Follow .the -Leader (duet) — Ruth • Holtzbauer and Irene Hanson. ' Lullaby ., ---------- Ruth .Holtzbauer Robin ----- ------------- GerdV Cline The Wishing- Star.Mary.E.. Anderson The River (duet) ___ William Barry Simplicity march _ ----- .-Orchestra Piano — Mary G. McEvpy, Evening Winds— Patrick McEnroe The Cuckoo ------- Patrick McEnroe Peas Porridge (duet)— Patrick McEnroe- and Gerald Frankl. Happy Rosina „. ---- Gerald Frankl Soldiers' March.—. — Gerald Frankl My iFlddle- — C^.--i:.:-Norma! Payne My Fiddle (duet) — Nornp Payne 'and: Ruth Payne. Songs of Long' Ago (chorus)f ...J — _. ------ -—_...._ Music; Pupils Accompanist— Gertrude Zender. Susie, Little : Susie —Pauline Zender The Tea Party— — Pauline Zender My Kite (duet)— -Pauline Zender and • Rose Ann .Holtzbauer. ; : Lullaby ........Six class pla.no girls • •• . Piano— Eleanor Kain. ,-, Lightly Row — ----- Eugene Zender My Fiddle __•„: ---- .Eugene Zender Dancing- Lesson (duet)'^— Eugene Zender .and Roland Bode'. Hop Scotch (keys of B flat and C) — . ---- . ------ .Peter Hegarty Mouse, Mouse at the Zoo (duet)-^Peter Hegarty and Leo Frankl. On My Pony ._— — — Leo Frankl Spring is Coming ---- Eleanor Kane Lullaby ,___1__._;_.,_- R.uth p"ayne Bells at Evenlng.Bernadlrie Mahoney If I Build a Bower _____ ___ _ ___ __ . ----- . ------ __ Bernadine Mahoney Piano trio — Ruth Payne, Bernadine Mahonoy, and Eleanor Kane. Don Juan •; ---- : ---- _______ .Orchestra Piano — John Lee Holtzbauer. The Hare Bejl ---- , ---- Janet; Hertig Ceda-r : Brook Waltz_--_Joan Godden The Little Brook • _____ Jamee Esser Gladys waltz — — — Ruby Murtha. Lilac waltz ___. ------ .—Orchestra Piano— Emilia Erpelding. Boating by Moonlight— __ _____ _ Luella Waldsohmidt F. D. Williams Goes to Bank at Iowa City Algonians were taken by surprise last week-end, when news got about that F. D. Williams,' president of the Iowa State bank, planned to leave Algona for Iowa City, where 'he is to be vice president of a new $100,000 bank. Iowa City has lost all of its four banks, since last fall. .Mr. Williams came here in 1928 from Sheffield, where he was president of a national bank, and with H. '•';!_. Gilmore and others organized the Iowa State toahk.- Mr; Williams was cashier to begin with, but was elected president a year or so ago, and at the same trnie, Mr. Gilmore was made cashier. /» The bank has been and remains 'one of the -most success-. ,;fujl,:ba,nka;:jn^northern .Iowa. : '' ; '''-'-'' FOUR HI6H SCHOOL TEAMS TO HOLO_WRESTLIN6 MEET Algona will be host > at a ' county inter-high school" wresWng toijrna- ment this week Saturday. • Towns t° be represented, are Lu ,Verne, Burt, and Algona, an,d ,. r . school. Tfce wiU begin ^t ?:30 p.'w. _ will be 14 matches In the afternoon', 12 others in, the eyenine. iffeftfth —- •--— b*yt w ..„ .. .. from '10,5 v j»ouud| aj|. 'iiilr Jt is AL60NA DEBATERS FIRST IN TRIANGULAR CONTEST The Algona high school won first place In a triangular debate at Emmetsburg Saturday evening between Emmetsburg, Ruthven, and Algona. Algona won in three debates;. Emmetsburg, two-; Ruthven, one. The local affirmative won both debates from Ruthven and one, from Emmetsburg, and the negative team won one contest and lost one. Ella Zumach and Margaret Habeger represented ^Igonjj. o?> *he affirmative team; Florence' Dehnert and Eleanor Keen, on the negative team.. Algona Is, now entitled, to advance to one of the four district; contest? in northv ern Jpwa. , gelectipjj oj the town and ' dates ma4e. FURNACE IAS NEARLY FATAL FOR FAMILY AT WHITTEMORE WhttteWore, Feti. 8?—Th.e Audrey? S. Blberts narrowjy escaped " " by asphyxiation, early Monday morning:. At I3U3BJ?t a'wolce, bafljy " the IM> He Donkey Ride i——Betty Kohlhaas' Echo Waltz _'_Irma Dee Hargreaves Old Folks at Home-Mary G. McEvoy Step Lively ' _X-------l'.--Orchestra ; Piano—Adeline Erpeldlng. Friendship waltz ;—Evelyn Elscheid Soft Music (keys of A flat and E flat) _________Rosanne Holtzbauer Our School Band, march _.___-__ -. Anita Rose Kohlhaas Morning Prayer — _ '— . . . John Lee Holtzbauer Team Work _,._,__,prche_tra • Pianos-Gertrude Zender, SENECA BEATS WHITTEMORE IN BIRLS^OURNEY FINALS Ledyard,. Feb. 23 — The annual county girls' basketball tournament was held here Friday and Saturday. Weeley and Fenton opened, and Wesley won, 22-17, In the next game Whlttemore defeated Ledyard, 3817. Friday^ evening Lu Verne won from Lone R_ock, 34-13, and Seneca from; Bancroft, 33-9. Saturday afternoon Whlttemore won from Wesley, 25-15, and Seneca defeated LU Verne, 89-19. In the finaV? Seneca was again victorious, winning from Whtftemore, ?4»11,' W«ttt$more was yet resigned: here, nor -has ...his ' local bank stock been sold. What changes. In the bank ; wlll be made as* the result of his' leaving .will not be known till the board of directors has taken action. Mr. Gilmore, who has 'had long bank- Ing experience Were, has the confidence of the Community. Mr. Williams is a member of the Rotary club and with his wife has been socially prominent. Mr. and' Mrs. Williams live In. a new brick house . owned by . H. R. Cowan on .the street leading east past the E. J. Murtagh home on the south. •'•.». ." . . COUNTY B.B. TOURNEY AT LAKOTA THIS WEEK A county basketball tilt will; be held at Lakota tomorrow,. Saturday and Monday. Eleven games will be played, the first at 2 o'clock Friday between Lone Rock • and Wesley. Whlttemore , and Bancroft .will play at 3 o'clock; Ledyard -and Lu Verne ' STATE MEET IS SET FOR MARCH 22ND Kossuth Convention March 12; Caucus• '•,.'' , • •. " - '• es March 5th. H. E. Spangler, Cedar RapU% chairman of the state republic.* central committee, issued a call '«n< Thursday for a republican stater convention to be held Tuesday, March 22, at Des Molnes, to eeteet a state delegation to the presidential convention at Chicago in June. Mr. Spangler set next week Saturday for precinct caucuses and Saturday, March 12, for county conventions. County Chairman K.' Si Whorter, Burt, who dld'not recei the call till Saturday, came to Algona Monday and -prepared a tabulated list of Kossuth precincts, wM_«. the number of county 'cpnvehUaB. delegates for each, and mailed caf~ les to the precinct committeemea and committeewomen and-the newspapers the same night. The late Mirs. Nicolena Madson, oC Algona, wasjfcounty vice chairman, and Mrs. LaUra Paine, county recorder, has been appointed to talc* her place till the county convention. meets. • . The basis for the number, of precinct delegates is one for/each 40< votes or major fraction thereof cast for Governor Turner two years ago. This is a reduction in the total number of county convention delegate* in the presidential year of 1928, a» shown'by the following comparator* list: 1928-'. Algona, First ward.: __6 Algona, Second ward 8 Algona, Third ward 5 Algona, Fourth ward ——6 Buffalo . '_ _5 Burt j_ :.___________7 Cresco __3 Eagle -'. 3 East • Lone Rock ___„ 2 Fenton , 4 Oarfleld :n_'_-__.-----___-2' German 2 Grant ^ 3 Greenwood __• .____4! Harrison, • __'„' ..^..IQ Hebron 3 Irvington , 3 Lakota. '. __4. Ledyard 14 Lincoln . .__.: _2 Lone Rock 2 Lotte Creek 2 Lu Verne .______„_._ ___5 Plum Creek' ... •_„ 3 Portland t 3 Prairie _.'..___.- 2 Ramsey 2 Rlverdale Seneca , '__ -.1.3 Sexton '. 2 Sherman 2 Springfield ~.~a Swea 3 Union 3 Wesley ' .__ 5 Whltteirfore ..-—— 5 at 4. .., At 7 tomorro\y evening Lakota given a consolation award, and the basketball < trophy was presented to Seneca. Supertax tejident Johnson, Gflmpr, City, referee, made the presentations, Divorce Siilt. Brouglik Mrs. Bdna Anderson, Algowft, b.as brought suit in district court for, a 4,iyojrce. " will play Seneca; at 8, Tltonka and Fenton will play; and at 9 the winners of the first and second games will play,> Other games are •scheduled for Saturday, and at 9 that evening the winners of the Class "B". champion* ship will be decided. In Class "A", the championship team wlll.be decided by a game between Algona and Swea City at 8 o'clock that evening and the winners will then play, the Class "B" champion team In the, llth' game of the series Monday evening at 8, ' DRIVE TO™* _ TO B. B. TOURNEY STARTS A concerted drive t° sell season tickets for a district basketball tournament here next week will open this week-end under the leadership of M. J. Pool, chairman for the Community club. The new gymnasium gives Algona an opportunity to land 'tournaments of this kind, and a complete sell-out of seats will help bring future contests here. Season tickets for adults are $1.50; for children, $1. The tickets admit to all games Thursday, Friday, and Saturday next .week, including finals MILK BOTTLE THIEF HAS NARROW ESCAPE FROM JAIL An Aigona youth * ft t t _F a Totals ------------- , _____ 133 ua The county will be entitled to send. 12 delegates to the state convention, Inasmuch as there is practically 1 not doubt that President Hoover will li» renomlnated, it is assumed that thft Kossuth delegation will be for Win. will be 26 Iowa delegates t«* Chicago, two from each congressional district 'and seven at large. Congressional district' convention* will be held at Des Molnes at time of the state convention to- choose the district delegates. * Chairman McWhorter's, list , oC committeemen and committeewomei* follows; , ' { t Algona, firet ward—G ,D. Brun_t-» age, Helen B, Dickinson. ' ' * Algona, second ward—A, L. Pet- <i erson, Luella BaHer. ™ \ Algona, third ward—T. L. Larson., Alm% Nelson. , Algona, fourth ward—T, P. Harrington, Mrs. J. F. Overmyer. Buffalo—Lee ^O. Wolfe, • Edjtl* Budlong, both, of Titonfcfc Burt—c. w. Patterso,n, Mrs. w. A. MoArthur, both of >Burt. Cresco—A. E, Qlaytofl,- Mrs, G. W,' Brown,-both of Algona r ' , Eagle—Simon Severjwn,, Gran*|-w Minn,, Mrs. Jennie Bergg W , Ana- Strong. . - , , E. JU>ne Rock—Harold Ed Bierstedt, to>Jh of Fenton- ^ Srofeb, ft&h, 4f $ Jrytogjmtsri" * Sodfi-ar, |guj. MnMn

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