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ALGONA, IOWA, MARCH 10,1932 BY FATALLY INJURED IN BLAZE gona Wins in Class A Sectional Tourney rS SWEA 'IniHS IECEIVED RFPIIRI IGmlfWMIMS.StlinR MRS. SCIUL officialToui-iieu Scores FOR DONATED CORN End Tourna- Featuredby Game*. _-——• ._: - *' , . City Next. oha high school basket- wrhlch won a sectional last week-end in n ffi riM-. Mason City In the -, wind of a dlntrlct tourna- sSt Mason City tonight at >n City also won In a tourney. winner. in Class B Arnold's Park at tomorrow night. and Spirit Lake will r' tonight, and the winner . the winner of the Alg__.Mason City game 'to deter- the district championship. ' winner in the Livermore- i park game will meet the In a Crystal Lake-Rudd ln finals In both classes iWurday night. The winners in & finals wlu then comnete ln i meet. \V. H. Godclen, chairman of the recent local drive for cash and grain for the relief of farmers neighbor- Ing Herrlck, S. D., has received the following letter from G. M. Fultz, commander of the Herrlck Legion post: "In behalf of Allan Louden Post No. 220, Herrlck, and of the people of our community, I take this means of expressing heartfelt thanks' foi the generous donation your people made. ,, "You will find enclosed a complete list of the names of the people who received help from your car and th amounts they received. I checked the car myself and know that every bushel of grain -was given to trulj needy farmers. N "We sincerely hope that you may never be in the situation we are in but 'in case you ever are, '\ve sha 1 be only too glad to be of. assistance if possible." - The list, which came with the let ter gave the names of 84 person who received the total of 1490 bush els" of grain. As each man got h share the number of bushels wa marked off opposite 'his name in th same way that election tallies are kept, and then the figures for the number of bushels given out were set down. WILL CONVENE HERE SATURDAY To Select Delegate* To Des Moines Convention REPUBLICAN County conventions March 12 State convention Des Molnes-Mar. 22 Primary election June i Nat'l convention, Chicago .June I 1 DEMOCRATIC Precinct caucuses March 1 County conventions March 1 •State convention, Davenport.Mar. 2 Primary election June i Algona high school boys won jig- Class A. sectional, basketball nent here laet week-end, af- ba.ttles "with' \the", Swea |iind Rolfe aggregations. Ltver- lli»*W a comparatively easy time If to 'win four games arid capture Championship in Class E. Both s^ltt' compete in a - district nent at Mason City \ this .team ito tae- limet the locals. Last Thurs' ; \Clty,.< defeated NEW CANDIDATES ANNOUNCED FOR COUNTY AUDITOR Two new candidates {for the republican nomination for county auditor are published this week.. They are Geo. P. Hawcott, Burt/ and Earl C. Griffith, Algona. Mr. Hawcott is a. well Ifnbwn Poland China hog bi-eeder who has^for a number of 'years ,been 'farming .IVi miles north -of BUrt. .-xHe- is. married, his wife having been a daughter of 28^-7, In.a-batrfe" that was kjianfl neck from start'to finish, up the first quarter Swea _,,'had a one-point lead, ^5-4, but Iffte North Enders fell two behind, f 11-11, at the half. • " If' In the third frame S.wea City was J'mtoing short shots near the bas- Ifket, and the score was once 22-16 in If Plover's favor, but the Swea Clty- l-wu rallied and caged the ball twice It to end the period two behind again, J M-.0.. ' " , The fourth and final quarter was irnlp and tuck, first one team, then was Swea have ,' the other leading. ' Swea .City < still found it difficult 19 break the bas- keting jinx, but. finally, ended the game with the single'point victory, The following night Rolfe had an easy time of It against ";Emmete- fcurg, 45-16, and' used substitutes In the latter part of the game. The • Rolfe team was. fast and well bal' anced, and demonstrated that it knew how to pass accurately. Algona Defeats Sw*'a City, Algona. and Swea-City were pitted against each other the same night, aid this was one of the best games P ot the tournament, Algona winning, |. 22-18, Algona got the jump at " the tart and caged five points before Swea City scored. Swea City led at the quarter, however, having come ' wck strong to 'score .three times i and lead, 6-5,' [, 8wea City still led at' the half, 10', the result of a last-minute basket which wiped out Algona'8 9r8_ lead, ™t Algona again tool? the, lead In the third quarter, which anded 14-12. . w the last period Swea city got In wme long shots to tie the 'score at "•IS, but Algona scored once and pot two points on fouls to make the ima) score 22-18, ,; Algona/s five-man • t( >o strong for the the late C. C. Wallace, who Milwaukee station agent at City many- years ago. They one child, a son. Mr. Hawcott served in the army In, the World war, but did not go abroad. His father, R. F. Hawcott, a widower, assessor of Burt township lives with him, also a sister, 'the elder Mrs. Hawcott being dead. Mr. Griffith has for the last five years been deputy- In County Treasurer Kruse's office. Like Mr. Haw- 'cott, he was born in the county, his father having been the late N. W. Griffith, of Grant township. Earl grew- up •Nat'l convention, Chicago —June 2 'A county republican -convention scheduled to be held at 11 a. m. Sat urday at the courthouse. Represen tatlon is based on one delegate for each 40 votes cast for Governor Turner in 1930, and accordingly there will be 119 delegates. The main business of the conven- tion''will be to choose 12 delegates to a state convention at ,Des Moines March 22. It is presumed that the delegation will either be Instructed for President Hoover or that no strings will be tied to it. The Des Moines convention's main business will be to name delegates to a an- tlonal convention at Chicago June 14. Resolutions Plunned. Resolutions will probably be adopted complimentary to President Hoover, Governor Turner, Senator Dickinson, Congressman Gllchrlst, and Senator Geo. W. Patterson. R. S. McWhorter, Burt, "is county chairman, and Mrs. Laura Paine, county -recorder, was recently appointed associate woman chairman t'd'rflll "the place " 'vacated ; by the death of Mrs. Nicolena Madson till the convention chooses a successor. Precinct caucuses were held last week-end, and in Algona the delegates are: First Ward—Mrs. G. B. Turner, Mrs. F. A. Corey, Mrs. D. H. ,Goeders, E. J. Van Ness, Fred Anderson. Second Ward—Mrs. D. J. Habeger, Mrs. L. W. Keith, Mrs. Frank'Gel- gel, F. E. Kent, Bert Deal, H. .W. Godden, C. F. Nolte, and Ellis McWhorter. . > Third Ward—Mrs. Alma Nelson, MERCURY BELOW ZERO March came in like a lion, and has ver since continued to play the art, -with the mercury below freez- hg the whole first week and' more of he month. ,Raln and sleet last week Tuesday overed trees with a heavy coating if Ice and the ground with three nchea of snow. Strong winds from :he north have made the weather seem colder than at anytime before this winter. Dust clouds have • risen, and the snow on the ground Is dirty. The rlyer, which overflowed last week, came within 18 Inches of the high water mark of three years ago, but it has been going down since then, because of the cold weather. A look at the following list of official temperatures showe that the mercury has been above freezing but once'-this month: -.-,- >.,-.. .. ...'.; • "'': ^t^:- : '• '', ••'.•:.. High : Low March"'i'tci-in: precipi^S? March 2 '(.12 in: preclpO ,,31 March 3 ___,----—---—-132: March 4 !___-__--31 • EX-ALGONIAN, DIES MAR, 3RD Sudden Stroke Causes Death of Former Algona — — -I Bye ......... — ). Plover ----- -27 ) Swea city — 18 3wea City —28 j immetfiburg — ) EmmetsJ)UrB 15 Bye ........... J Rolfe --------- ) Bolfe ________ 45 Bye ........... 5 Mrs. March 5 (.03 in. precip.) -15 March '6 8 March 7 _____ — 11 'Maroh'8 _—-_- '-' 8 22 Class A Algona -26 Rolfe - 20 FIRE SCORCHES LUNGS; LIVES FOR 24 HOURS Mother Also Burned! Blaze at ' Algon J,W, HAGGARDS AT HOME; RIDE IN AIR, & SEEJULL FIGHT Editor arid Mrs. J. W. Haggard got home early ' in the week from two months in Texas, much of the time at San Antonio, where Mr. Haggard's,sister,' Mrs. Harry Moore, lives. ' . . ".••'• -''' • .. . The Haggards made a trip by bus Into Mexico on Washington's birth- day'tp^see a bull fight, which : ;was described by Mr. Haggard- as -having Mary Schichtl, widow of Joseph Schlchtl, died at her homo in east Cedar Rapids at 8:45 p. m last Thursday, following a stroke of apoplexy suffered the day before. Mrs. Schlchtl Is survived by five daughters: Caroline and Mrs. J. F Kirby, both of Cedar Rapids; Mrs B.I P. Richardson, Algona; Mrs. R V. Achatz, iLawrenceburg.Ind.; and Sister Mary Ehrentrude, Riverside There are three grandchildren Max and Meredith Richardson, anc Maurice Kirby. A sister, Mrs. Len Engelhardt, lives at Kenosha, Wls., and a brother, Peter Puhrman, at Farmer, S. D. .Mrs: Richardson is the wife of a Milwaukee railway 'mail clerk. . Burial Made In Wisconsin. Funeral services were held at the Immaculate Conception church, Cedar Rapids^ at 8:15 a. m. Saturday, conducted by the Very Rev. J. J. Toomey. The address was given by the Rev. Father Aman, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Werdel, Bancroft. The Werdels were old friends 'of Mrs. Schlchtl. Mass was sung by the junior choir ot the Immaculate Conception church, with two solos by a Bode - W'st Bond urlew — Titonka Havelock _ Rodman Livermore Mallard 20) end 29J —25 ) — 29. J .39) -1T.J e 34) —25 J West Bend 9 Titonka —20 Havelock -11 Llvermore 34 Class B Titonka —14 Llvermore 18 Liv'more 51" Whit'more Penton — Ware — 12 ) \V 34 J , -20 Ware -—27 Ledyard —34 Seneca Con 9 Lone R'ck 17 ) ottosen —22 Ottosen —30 J Ware 261 • >••-. Ottosen — - « Ware —12 .Llvermo Sexton. Nelda Jean, daughter of Mr.-. Mrs. Floyd 'Pasley, Sexton, died .. day at the Kossuth hospital of juries to the lungs caused In a which destroyed the Pasley and oil station at Sexton last Tfeur_fe~; day. ' ••••;• V- t; '.- : .' ; : •. Mrs. Pasley was badly burned taK the chest and legs, and Mr. .FaiMPK- who went into the burning hoiflfc-.tte. rescue his wife and three chli(wriii_t,:, suffered burns on the ; hands! m ....-„-».-.,;,*« ill : ia* Man Who Robbed Depot Here Caught A gain at Da venport been plain criminal.-butchery'., bull was*badgered and chased The in the Grant-Ledyard neighborhood, and then 'worked ten years in a Swea City bank. Hie wife is a former Swea City teacher. They have no children. The expected candidacy of Chas. E. Chubb, widely known Algonlan for more than'30 years, was "" nounced last week Wednesday. Chubb, who Is . a surveyor, candidate two yeare ago and came Mr. was a near ' defeating present auditor, Bertha E. Johnson, His father was the H. D..Hutchlns, D. E. Dewel, S. H. McNutt, E. A. Wolcott. Fourth Ward—M.'P. Weaver, T. P. Harrington, J. A. Freeh,, Mrs. J. F. Overmyer, Mrs. D. D. Monliix. No Excitement Anticipated. Not much in the line of excitement is expected at the convention. A second convention following the primaries in June will prove a big attraction, provided nominations in all county offices are not made at the primaries. If the leading candidate for an office in any contest gund : the riftg 15 minutes or; more, and when it was too tired to resist, the chief, butcher killed him ; amid howls of thousands watching. There is no sport for an Amerlc'ari in. such a spectacle, rather disgust. The .Haggards also had an' airplane ^rip, in Texas, the first either had taken. Mr. Haggard said he enjoyed the experience, ; but could not avoid a feeling of help'lessness In case -anything happened. The change In the weather from 85 degrees at San Antonio to below zero In a few hours during the train-ride home came as a shock The Haggards -had become accustomed to'the warm, sunshiny days in Texas and this was their first taste of winter since they' left home At Kansas City their train ran into a slushy snowstorm, and thence to Algona the cold increased. This was iMr. Haggard's first .vacation from his duties on the Upper- Des Molnes-Republican in a dozen years more or less, b(jt at that in Mr. Berning, of Cedar Rapids. Mr. Richardson and his son Max, who attended the funeral, returned immediately following the services. Caroline Schichtl, Mrs. Kirby, and Mrs. Richardson accompanied the remains to Caledonia,, Wis., where, as Mary iFuhrman.iOrie jpf a jtamily -of-eight- brothers: and sisters?, the deceased spent; .her .girlhood; Interment : was made there. Sunday. Came Here 40 Years Afro.. Mrs. Schichtl came to Algona some 40 .years ago, but some 20 years later the family moved to Iowa-City, where some of the'girls entered the state university. A few years later the family moved to Cedar .Rapids, where Caroline, Adeline, and Julia were employed in the''schools and -Elizabeth was stenographer for the law firm of Dawley, Hubbard & Wheeler. Mrs. Schichtl and Caroline still maintained a. home at Cedar Rapids when The daily papers Saturday carried a story that John Cassin, who .had completed a penitentiary sentence of ,ten years from the Kossuth district court on a charge.of breaking into the Northwestern station here, was being held at Davenport ,on mail robbery and jail delivery charges' at Waco, Tex. Cassin was sentenced here in May, 1924, after confessing that he had entered the depot. He was released in May, 1931, after having served; 15 days less than seven years. Good behavior In the Anamosa and : Fort Madison penitentiaries had Deduced his-sentence by two -years,- ! 11 "and' 15 days, -.'^vv.,:•:-'-;vv'•>.': BRANAGAN ENTERS DEMOCRATIC LISTS IN CONGRESS RACE i Emmetsburg, Mar. 8—W. T. Branagan, of Emmetsburg, junior pub- lisher'of the Emmetsburg' Democrat/announced today his candidacy for- the, democratic nomination for ago the former died. Mrs. howeyer, always retained Schichtl, a deep defense was ea cityans' to --, with .n^uch success, and w latter had to .depend on paging m shots, Algona had 'the better at landing foul points, the Cityans' free away from. # Second Win fp. evening's ' Rolfe was 'the classic • '• The teams were, Vf both hetghtb an.4 ability, supwtoF late Sen. C. C. Chubb, a Kossuth pioneer, and he was born here. Mr. Chubb Is married, his wife being the daughter of Mrs. J. R. Laird, and they have five children. Another announced candidate Is Harley Bartlett, deputy auditor. PRIZES AWARDED TO BABES IN INFANT PHOTO CONTEST Prizes were awarded last week in a baby photo contest conducted recently by the Peterson Studio. First prize went to Shirley Joan Helberg; second to Lorraine Darlene Bjelland; third to Dorothy Ann White fourth to Helen Margaret Bentele, and «fth to Donald Eugene Reiken. The prizes were awarded by the foi lowing firms: Paine & Sorensen. Cbrt-chUlea & Herbst. Foster furniture store, Wehler Jewelry Co., and Algona Greenhouses. 8-Day Infant Dies in , £oi>ce(i A1? calle * - hospital. The baby days, The services were - the Rev, Mr. Hueser, Baptist pastor, and burial A^™-&F. cal Weate4 Demos to Meet Here March 19 ' C - B -^m5aBSl°cr announces that a '<**"*• convention will does not receive 35 per cent of the vote the nomination goes to the convention. -In 19-« both District Court Clerk Orton and Sheriff Hovey were thus nominated, •Wesley' Delegates Named. \ Wesley, Mar. S—At a ' republican | caucus at the town hall .Saturday! evening, the ' following delegates were elected to a county convention at Algona this week Saturday: Olaf Funnemark, Ole Floni, Robert Welter, Lester Lease, Editor W. W. Sturdlvant, Theron Hansen. Hurt Delegates Named. Hurt, Mar. 8—At a republican caucus at the town hall Saturday evening, the following delegates to a county convention this week Satr urday were chosen: G. J- F. Vogel, C W. Schryver, .Geo. 'L, Gray, Chas. W. Patterson, and; M. L. Vinaas. Feuton Delegates Named, Fenton, Mar. 8—At a caucus held Saturday afternoon Mike Weisbrod, Philip Wander, Dr. J, T. Walte and P H. Jensen were elected as delegates to the republican county convention at Algona. POOL ELECTED PRESIDENT • COMMUNITYJLUB FOR 1932 M J' Pool, of the'Botsford Lumber company/ was elected president of the Community club at an organization meeting of the board of directors Friday afternoon -at -the courtroom. William Hawcott named vice president, and ». Dewel was reelected secretary. The new board, elected last week; Mon- dTJ at th^ annual meeting of th| w*j ,*T- ._, Tjrtrtl ' nTin recent weeks he had become homesick for to do.. the shop and something interest in Algona and all her old friends here. Last July she' spent a month here and besides renewing many 'friendships revisited 'many familiar scenes. Mrs'. Achatz • had spent three weeks with her'mother ,just before the beginning of the latter's last .illness. • Mrs. Schlchtl was born and reared at Caledonia,. Some 55 years ago she was married to Joseph Schichtl, a traveling salesman. Mr. Schlchtl died 17 years ago an(l was burled at Cassin said he'was 20 years'trtd and 'had come west from New Jersey. Though he admitted entering the depot, he said he got nothing. He had left Algona the same night, but he gave himself up at Jackson, Minn., where he walked into a depot and asked the agent to call the sheriff, on whose arrival he confessed the offense here. , A tip leading to the capture of Cassin at Davenport was received mysteriously on a postcard, the. facts converning which were told in Saturday's Des Moines Register, as follows: • • "An. unsigned postcard directing Police, Chief Ward to sieze a man who would be found at the Union station wearing a green sweater led to the seizure of 'John Cassin, 28, Friday. Cassin is a former convict wanted for a mail robbery and jail break at Waco, Tex. "Chief Ward usually ignores anonymous communications but he '.played a hunch' on the postcard and it proved right. "Cassin had served time at Fort Madison prison -for breaking Into a 'congress in the Eighth Iowa district. \Mr. • Branagan ; applied for nomination' papers 'to Secretary of ;Sta(ie-: Greeriwalt Monday. . '. The .'candidate is 'the. only., eon of W. I. Branagan, veteran newspaper publisher here. He is a university graduate, a World war veteran, and a member of, Leonard-Rea-Q'Brien Legion post. ... After receiving a bachelor of. arta degree from Marquette university, arms. The other children, . . thea, 6, and Calvin, 4, .escaped; iM minor burns. ; ' ; *'!;'••'-'f Mrs. Pasley was building a fire _•& the kitchen stove preparatory' t«e getting eupper. There was . apparently no fire in the ashes,- so ah*. poured kerosene on the klndlln«i, There were live coals, however t mnXl the stove exploded, broadcasting ' blazing oil throughout the room and. spattering 'it over her clothing. • iMe-' a few seconds the kitchen was •* mass of flames. Two Children Escape Flames.. Mr. Pasley heard the explosion*.. and ran into the room, which adjoined arid was a part of the oil station. He carried Mrs. Pasley onti and extinguished the flames In her'< clothing with snow. Dorothea < aridS Calvin ran out at the same time. After putting out the fire in Mra~, Pasley's clothing, Mr. Pasley ran* back into the building and brought out little Nelda, who wa» dressed : bed! Mrs. Pa&ley and the baby then brought to the Kossuth ho*-- , pital. The mother's burns were'nofcs serious, though she was a patient «fc- the hospital for several days. Dorothea and Calvin were takeai to the John Dacken home at Burt;, Mrs. Dacken and Mrs. Pasley being? sisters. Mrs. Pasley is a daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hamllton."l«r>-Ht mer;Sexton residents who Redig, ill., some years ',ago'. grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.iWB-' 'Ham Alderson, Fenton, and 'Mmr, Joseph King, Burt, is another ter. The burns suffered : by the bahjp were not serious enough to caufltt death, but'inhalation of fumes from. the burning oil and smoke from th*: building/with' a touch of the flamw, aegree irom marquee un.v«»«*, , n the:explosion , caused the Milwaukee, Mr. Branagan returned ^ to Emmetsburg, where for the last . ....... * „ .,, „„„. h , partner in, publishing - crat. He is 36 years .old, and the father of. two boys, I The oil station and home wer* Of unusual' interest in this con- burned to .the ground, and nothing; nectibh is the'fact that "W/I., Bran- was saved except the clothes . th». agari, the father, is in his 47th year) Pasleys. had on. The fire obtain** BOONE MAN ENTERS RACE FOR CONGRESS IN EIGHTH !' - ' V . ' , One more earnest hopeful has entered the fight for Congressman Gil- chrlst's .shoes, according, .to .a report from B'oone;- which John A. Hull, ,of that city, has, become a candidate, He .followed 'the 'example of Clara Evenson; .Fort Dodge, who indicated no party when nomination papers were asked for. 'Fort Dodge has another candidate, a political unknown named HJal m a,r P. Sandberg, now or formerly connected 'with the new Lutheran hospUal at Fort Dodge. He is running as 'a republican. < Con* gressman Gljchrist Is a candidate for •renomlnatlon. ' 12'years he has been his father's about her death. She would have been tw«. years old in April, married.l Station Burns to Ground. the I. such a 1 start that after a few mln- 30 utes it was Impossible to save th«r the structures. The buildings were par- NEW BARBER WAR STARTED BY PRICE CUT TO 20 CENTS Another of v the little wars which have during the last few months beei)' agitating local barber circles broke out^a week, ago, when the Clement & Briggs, ^Jenry Furst, and Henry Bunkofske shops announced drops in shaves an4 hajir cuts to-20c. The other shops are etill charging 25c. The present war followed an attempt at a ^ret-together on' prices a week" ago which failed. Caledonia. Mrsi Schichtl was 80 years old last/September 18. KOSSUTH B. B/6IRIS ENTER RINGSTED, WEST BEND TILTS Kossuth high school basketball girls will taHe part in district tournaments at 'Bingsted and West Bend .today, tomorrow, and Saturday. • At Rin.gsted the following teams will compete: Armstrong, Bancroft, Dol- llver, Graettlnger,;. Ledyard, Lone Rock, Bingsted, "and- Seneca; * at ,We§t,Bend the following teams: 'Bode, Bradgate, Curlew, Lu Verne, Ottosen, Bodman, West Bend, and Whittemore. There are 30 such tournaments in • the state this week, with more than 250 schools represented and some 3,000 girls. ARMY OBSERVATION PLANE STOPS AT AIRPORT HERE A V. S, army observation plane stopped at the Algona airport Saturday afternoon, en route from Fort Biley, Kan., to-Fort Snelllng. near Minneapolis. Jt was running short of gas and stopped, for a refill. baggage room at Algona. He was released ,last May. The charge on which he now is wanted is robbery from mail sacks In a -baggage room at a small town near Waco. He was caught and taken to Waco, where he walked out of a police "bull pan" on a visitors' day. "Cassin was ordered held under $1,000 bond for a hearing Tuesday on application for warrant of removal on a federal indictment returned at Waco." COWANS HOME AFTER TRIP as .publisher of the Democrat, only democratic newspaper in north Iowa counties. During whole period, while fighting the bat- tially-insured. Mr. Pasley has ties of democracy in an overwhelm- yet, laid plans for rebuilding. ing republican district, he has never The station was located at th*.. sought or received a state, district, junction of No. 18 and the roadu or county elective' office. which leads south past St. Benedict • During the Woodrow Wilson ad- to Lu Verne. Another station to'th*' ministration the.' elder Branagan west was burned twice in recent served as a member of the demo- years, It is now operated by Fred. cratlc state central committee, and Nehring, formerly of Kanawha, in his last two years on the commit- ran "It six yearn ago when it tee served'as secretary. He is well first burned down. Three years known'in Iowa democratic circles/when Joseph Fraser, Algona, wa» The younger Mr. Branagan's can- operating it a second fire destroy** didacy takes the place of that of J, the building. S, Deneen, Emmetsburg produce dealer whose sudden and wholly un- Funeral serv ces were heW at . expected death last week Wednes- Merritt Funeral Home yesterday a.-» * ,-.,.,, 1,1.1 4-«««rtrt« o*- O /-.'rtlnMr T/M. ^Jfalnfl TfllUl- t day morning shocked the district. • ; THROUGH SOUTH TO FLORIDA Mr. home and Mrs. H. R. Cowan got last week Wednesday from FOUR CANDIDATES OUT FOR ANNUAL SCHOOL ELECTION! D. B. to tbto year's fslf^W^'M club, follows: Messrs. Pool • and Hawcott. C. R. -La Barre, D. I§. aoeders, P. J- Christensen, T. H. KentTw. A. Foster, and M. 9. Norton. - <peclain' Scheduled, The second 'round, Jji the season's local inter-high ,schooj declamatory contests is at B,urt' tomorrow , evening, Donald Hutch,Jns^who won first in oratorical in *a contest at I^one Book .February 23, will represent Algona/ , p. H. Farm Auction. , wfco "-" of r of Ifte New Milwaukee Balls AecoroUns |9 *• the Ijtomet ipemocrat, the M".wau,kee"w$l new heavy rajlf between aarnsr Whltte»ore tbjs' eeasojj, " Florida, where they'spent 'a week at Palm Beach and another-at Miami with Hal's brother Wood, New York strip cartoonist, and, the latter's wife. The Cowans left home by car January 80, but it took them a week to drive down and ten days to drive back, allowing for stops along the way. They found the Florida weather delightful, and were greatly pleased with their vacation. ure suffered when the Pasley,^ station and home at Sextan burneflh- ,„ . , down last Thursday. She was bQH*%§!l Something new In Algona will be April 15 _ 1930 . Mrs. Pasley Is r J , a school election battle next Mon- t , t . at the Kos8ut h hospital wt«*.|, day. President T, P. Harrington 1 and G. S. Buchanan, present, directors, have filed nomination -papers for re-election, and Dr, W. D. Andrews and County Attorney G. D. Shumway have also filed. he _ S I?"' plane .was a Douglas 0-2 an$ the than a 600 h. p. Curtly Conquerer. The blade of the propeller was wore than .18-ft. in length. The. of fleers in the plane were on a furlough jaunt AL60NIAN GETS JAIL TERM FOR CRUELTY TO ANIMALS Frank Speicher/near'the Milwaukee depot, was sentence;! tp 30/days in jail by Justice. Danson yesterday OJK a [charge of «r.u.elty to animals. It was claimed 'that fcs W not feeding or'watering Ia3p, b.or«e§. IJe bought'ff'horse-^oni, njojatlji ago, now ft'.*.'*.** nd *ORes. ^ bwfr fin- JUNIOR HIGH TOURNEY TO BE HELP-HERE SATURDAY A district junior high school basketball tournament wlli be held at the local high school gymnasium Saturday. The rounds 'will begin at 9:30 a. m.; the second at 8:30 p. m,; and the final game at 7:30 p. m. The following team§ will »lay in the. first round: St. Cecelia's academy vs Lone Rock; Algona junior high vs Wesley; Afeona 6tb grade vs.. Fen 1 Debates Last Night. Three Mason City debating teams were expected to debate three Algona teams here last night. The debates were held at the same time In different rooms in the high school building. Sometime nexf. week Algona Will debate Fort Dodge in an ntersectional, some of the locals going there, an,d gome of the Dodgers coming here. ton; Cor with vs. Ledyard. t" Nurre Graduated, East St. Louis, M«gr. 7—Jehn, ? Nurre, eon of J. J. Nurre, 8a»orq£t, bag -feeee graduated from the mechanics course at Par^s '--'- - ' Itytaf ». m '*' is^fcW' *! Droums Self Dr. Walter Fraser and Druggist A- ttr Borchardt Deceived % letter and. prescription bjank Monday from a funeral esjtabn Ushment a,t New Orlean^, which was seeking to establish-^entity of a body found reeeiHtJy . to ft drainage Sawai 'nea? 1 ^ r city. The prescription bUurfs W® , o«t by Coctor Fraser awi filled by A. ?* B^rcb.^^ §94 it was the onl# .njeans of foun,4 op t^f bfldy* fb,e AL60NIANS 6ET CHECK FOR CATCHIH6 MAIL ROBBER! Deputy Sheriff B. L, Harris, mer Algona marshal Fl°y4 Ner" and John Wheelock, post office received a joint government for ?106 one day last week ai ward, for their work, }n « Russel P, Buchanan a,n4' Francis, mail-pouch roto^ew, year, As reporjfefl elsewJ"" 1 "' John Hutchison, .Wesley, $25, and it is supposed piat a, er of Mrs. Hutchlsxm similar check. ^ FRASER BREAKES OWN 00 SWIMMIN6MARKAT- Walter Fraser," brolse bis own yd, swimming the distance record was a

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