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f> \-A '- "j> "5^5," /gjfw-H' v^" r<^£<w|g|i t >n,gywi POPULAR ALGONA MOTHER, PASSES of Algona Forty j" . Years; Survived by He Husband and 3 CMld . ren; Funeral Sunday home in Algona whlc knew Mrs. A. L. --Long Was sac derted Friday to learn of her tin timely passing at the Ko&suth hos pital after ari illness of only a lew hours. She had been suffering /o several days from a sinus Infectlo which Was diagnosed 'as atrepto coccic in nature and which travele bralnWard,, She was .taken to th hospital for treatment early Thtirs • day morning but failed to respon "•id treatment and passed away Fri day morning, Her death came/a a shbck to relatives, friends am the»entlre city. , • -W*8 40-Year Resident Here Born Sa,rah Jackson 1 , daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tyler Jackson &t' New Hamflton, November 8 1884, she came to Britt in ISO; •where She completed her high schoo .education, her parents living on farm "ndrth of town. In ,1020 sh completed a year's. course^'ln, the 'form'er C. C. C. ,C. ih'-fDes Molnes Following her graduation there she worked for tile law firm of Sullivan & McMahon; city, for three years. .•' , ..;. • ; . •-'.'...., ' . Married A. L, Ijong In 1906 .''.Then'on June • 19, ; 1906, she Was joiiied in marriage to A. L. Long at .the farm home north of Britt Th'ey came to Algona and a year arid a half later she entered the law offices of Harrington. and Dickinson" in" which she'Was employed for three .and .a half years. Later Mr. Long bought a grocery business Jiere and from which he retired only a year. ago. To the Longs were born three • children, Doris Harriet,- now Mrs. Gleelan , Pitcher of Tama, Iowa; Mrs. Arba '' Dee Middlekauff, of Des Molnes, and Jackson TeTJ, now^a • junior nt Coe' •„'College, Cedar -Rapids. A grandson, .'Charles Middlekauff, has lived With the • family the .past year. • "...•' :/:.-. Mother and Six Survive f. •• Surviving,; besides-.the husband and three children,' is ; the mother of Mrs. Long, Mrs. Ruth Jackson, now of 'New'Hampton; and foiir brothers, A, D. H, Jackson, a patient in St. .Joseph hospital, 'Minneapolis,.but whose home is in Seattle, Washington; Geo. H. of 'Los Angeles; Horace C. of Red Wing, Minn.; and J; T. of Washington, D. C.; -and two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Achilles of NewTIampton-and Mrs. Harriet'Kenypn of Minneapolis. .. Funeral Rites Sunady Mrs. Long was a member of the Congregational chufch and at tin time of her passing was president o the Ladies' Aid society of <tha church, had, been an active woffce. In church activities. ' She had been pr.pfthejO.B.S.10; Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1942 ENTER COUNTY POLITICAL PRIMARY U. S. Navy Officers Speak Before High SchootCfroup —U.' D. M Photoflash Picture .^Reading from right to.left are Russ Waller, Yeoman 2nd class, of this City, Ordnance Officer Stuckrath, of the Navy station • at Des Moiries, and. Recruiting Officer Brannon of Spencer. The group was'in Algona last Tuesday and had appeared before the high school assembly during bhe forenoon. The picture was taken In front of the tt,'.D.-(M office. • They left for Ames in the afternoon, to speak to a group in Iowa State College. RolandGabel FELIX CZAPP, 49, PleadGuilty ing Regent of that group, and a member of the Algona Woman's dub.' 'Beloved and highly respected by her co-workers in these organizations her death comes as a blow to them. ' Funeral services were held; from the Cdngregatonal church Sunday afternoon at 2:30 in charge of Key D. 'R. Martin and interment was 'in BJVerview cemetery. (Pallbearers were Chet Williams, W. A. Foster, Chas. LaBarre, August Slagle, Glenn, Buchanan, and Leo Stalker, now of Cedar Rapids. COUNTY BOARD TO LET HAULING TODAY , The board.of,supervisors In session today will'receive bids for the hauling of gravel to service some ,,60/J miles of roads In .the county i fpr the* coming«year. The hauling will,cover some 04,000 yards of gravel'from the county's own pits to the various 'road 'districts being maintained. ^W. B.-Smith, Dakota-City, has the contract at the present time awj which expires the ' first of. June,-. It-may be Interest- Ing to learn * that while 'only 600 miles, of road are involved In this .contract, that la only one-half of the countys gravel' road mileage. The work of .spreading the gravel and 'rebuilding the-road is done by the countyV. help, according to County Engineer H. M. Smith. to Forgery After havlhg becil at liberty on $600 biond since April 20, Roland Gable, Lakota, entered a plea of guilty, waiving- formal armingment, Saturday, before Judge G. W. Stlllman. Gable had been bound over to the grand jury from Justice C. H. Ostwlnkles court after having been charged with forgery. Ac- . cording to records he had cashed a check issued by the Stroni- focre Poultry .Farm, Fort Dodge, • to Dick Janssen, farmer near Lakota, by signing VTcuM.seu's name and his own as endorser, on March 2. :/; Judge Stillman sentenced him to 10 years at hard labor In Anamosa, then'Suspended sen- ttnce on good behavior and pftr- oled him to the Iowa State Board TIRE QUOTA FOR MAY ANNOUNCED (According to the Tire.Rationing Board the quota allotted Kossuth county for May is 13 tires for passenger cars and motorcycles, 24 retreads and 38 tubes. For truck, bus, light, truck, tractor ,and implements the auota is 71 tires; 98 tubes and 11^ retreads. Richard Sherman, Local Boy, Advanced foist Lieutenant Advanced to first lieutenant Richard/ Sherman, son of-Mrs. Tom Sherman, city, has been called to Washington and assigned'to the bureau of'public relations where he Will serve In a publicity capacity. Sherman has proved a writer of considerable ability and only recently had an article on movies pub- tshed in Good Housekeeping magazine; MARKETS ^ Heavy batchers, 180-200 $13.50 Heavy ,*utetiers,-,aOr8pO 13.8ft Two Algona Boys Enlist at Spencer Desiring to join the navy is air mechanics two Algona boys Rich- ard,younge8t son of Mr, and Mrs B. H, Potter, .and Charles, son of Mr. and ,Mra. Floyd Bllshorough, enlisted in that branch of the-service at Spencer Friday. SUFFERS FATAL STROKE SUNDAY Had Been Resident of Al- ffona Five Years; Was Brother of Fred Czapp Of This City At about 11 o'clock Sunday night Mrs. H. R. Gibson heard a fall in aw upstairs room'and upon irivest- igating found a roomer, Felix Czapp, on the floor unconscious. She called medical aid immediately,'but Mr. .Czapp was dead when the doctor arrived. It could not be determined whether death was caused by a stroke or heart failure. Mr. Czapp had been-in seemingly usual good health Sunday morning .when he had visited with his brother, Fred Czamp, of this city. He was employed at the Chrome station north of the city. +Jtftjtia^^ Felix Czapp was born in- Chicago, June 1, 1893., He lived in the east up to five years ago when he oarrie to Algona where he had t-ince made his home. He is survived by a brother, Fred, 434 N. Dodge street," Walter .of the U. S v Marines and a sister, Lena Nelson, of Chicago. The latter is here for the fune>al. Fred Czapp, a machinist, employed by the Northern Pump Company. Minneapolis; in defense work since last November, was'here Saturday arid Sunday visiting with his family. He also had a visit with his brcjther, Felity. Sunday morning-. Funeral Wednesday' Funeral services for Felix Czapp .will to held from the McCullough Funeral Home Wednesday afternoon at 2:00. Burial will be in Rlv- erview cemetery. LOCAL LIQUOR STORE DOUBLES , BOND SALE High Day Sale in Stamps April 18, $131.75; in Bonds April $1,987.50 29 with There is a possibility that the local liquor store will be tops In the state for -April in the sale* of defense stamps and war bonds, according to the report made by G. D. Brundage, local manager, to the state liquor control commission as of April 30. , The sales for April more than doubled those of March and were 15 times as high as those of December when $528.80 Was the total for the last two weeka in that month. April Totals $7,900.35 Sales of stamps and bonds reached the total of $7,900.35 during the thirty days in April. This was $4,063.75 above the sales of the previous month, more than double, it will be noted. The local store was second high .In the state for March. The Rock Valley store was first, lowever. one man purchased J3500 worth of'bonds singly. The Algona: sonnel, Manager Brundage, Bert ndividual salesj- hence the record here is equal to Rock Valley from a standpoint of current sales. \ Two Biggest nays The report filed by Mr. Brundage shows that -the biggest day's sales in stamps was on April 18 when the total reached $131.75. The sales were over 90 per cent in the 25c stamp. On April 29, the biggest day in bond sales was recorded when a total of $1,987.50 was reached for the day. The sales for the months since December 15, the totals jnelud- Ing.^both stamps and bonds^ show the followin-g: Dec., 15 days ................ . ....... $ '528.8Q January .................................... 2,032.90 February , .................. . ............... 2,093.8!) March ................ .:'. ..................... 3,834.60 April ........................ .^ ......... ;., ..... 7,900.35 Kossuth Baseball League Opens 1942 Season May 17 .Total for.4% months $16,390,40 Many .Outside Sales It should not be understood that .tofe^fis^^j^ns^^nds^gujbt thrdugh the "Store jmieany an "(increase in sales of ^liquor. True, Customers have been- found generous in their stamps and bonds purchases but many outside sales have been made.by the liquor store personnel Manager Brundage, Bert Palmer, Cleve Barton and Joe Bes- tenlehner. At any rate the record Is one of which the boys in the liquor store may well be proud. iBIght towns will again be rep> .resented In the Kossuth County Baseball League this season when the first game Is called on Sunday, May 17th. Two towns in the 1941 line-up have withdrawn this season. They are Buffalo Center and Rake and in their place St. Joe and Armstrong have been entered. George Hawcott, Burt, heads the League this year with Eric Seegebarth, Lone Rock, secretary and treasurer. Bancroft Won 1941 Pennant Following the season's play in 1941 Bancroft topped the league. .The state tournament lof county leagues was held at Bancroft and the home team again won over &11 comers. The team journeyed to Detroit, Mich., in September and reaehed ( the semi-finals in the national tournament before It was eliminated. This brought considerable favorable sports publicity to Bancroft and Kossuth county. As In 1941 the league will play fourteen Sunday games. Younger .Players This Year Because of the draft and volunteering for army service by many of the players in last year's league the line-up In 1942 will consist of many younger men. High schools will contribute talent and, according to the records of some of the high school teams in the county this year, this will mot detract from baseball interest in the season-. Some very good pla/ers have been .discovered. All the games will be played Sunday afternoons at 2:30. Herewith the 'schedule for the season^ First HJf Sessions May 17—Lotts' Creek at Armstrong, Wesley et Titonka, St. Joe at Algona, Bancroft at Lone Rock. . May 24—Titonka at Lotts Creek, Armstrong at Wesley, Algona at Bancroft, 'Lone Rock at'St. Joe. (May 31—iLotts Creek at Algona, Bancroft at Tfitonka, Wesley at Lone Rock, St. Joe at Armstrong. June 7—Algona at Titonka, Bancroft at Wesley, Lune Rock at Armstrong, St. Joe at Lotts Creek. June 14—Wesley at Algiona, Armstrong at Bancroft, Lotts Creek at Lone ,Rock, Titonka at St. Joe. June 21—Algona at Armstrong, Bancroft at Lotts-Creek, Lone Rock at Titonka, St. Joe at Wesley. (June 28—Wesley at Lotts Creek, Armstrong at Titonka, Algona at Lone Rock, Bancroft at St. Joe. . Second Half Sessions Ji<ly 5—Armstrong at .Lotts Creek, Titonka at Wesley, Algona at St. Joe, Lone Rock at Bancroft. Uuly 12— Lotts Creek at Titonka, Wesley at Armstrong, Bancroft at Algona, St. Joe at Lone Rock. 'July 19—Algona at Lotts Creek, Titonka at Bancroft, Lone Rock at Wesley, St. Joe at Armstrong. July 26—Titonka at Algona, Wesley at Bancroft, Armstrong at Lone Rock, Lotts Creek at St. Joe. August 2—Algona at Wesley, Ban croft at Armstrong, Lone Rock at Lotts Creek, St. Joe at Titonka. August 9—Armstrong at Algona, Lotts Creek at Bancroft, Titonka at Lone Rock, Wesley at St. Joe. August 16—(Lotts Creek at Wesley, Titonka at Armstrong, Lone Rock at Algona, St. Joe at Bancroft. No Games August 23 Sunday, August 23, is open. The play-off tournament lof first four teams doubleheader will be August 30 The site will be chosen 'later. The final play-off to determine championship will be on Sunday, Sept. 6. The site for this, game will be selected later in the season. HUGH McMAHON UNION TOWNSHIP, DIED ON FRIDAY Had Been Resident on the Same Farm Since Birth April 6, 1879; Survived By Two Daughters Following an illness of only one week in which time he was'bed fast, Hugh McMahon, Union town ship farmer, passed away Friday •at the farnvhome, 'He had been in Is Marriage On the Wane? A record has been broken In the office of Clerk of Courts, Alrg. MoEvoy. This is the first week In the history of the office since the late nineties that there has been no marriage licenses Issued for die seven day period. During March • there were but eight licenses sold, two per week. Seemingly the, marriage business has fallen (off- or the boys wad girls are going out of the state, to gejt married. „ • Whittetnpire Topped List In Wednesday^ Draft i , /'*,.. /.--'< t . ^ * N ALGONA HIGH WINS TRI-MEET AT EMMETSBURG Algona athletes journeyed to Emmetsburg.-. and took part in a trl- track meet Thursday, carrying off a victory by 74 points against 61 for Emmetsburg and 41 by Pocahontas. The local athletes maintained a consistent lead in most of the events. This is the third consecutive win for the locals'In, the past two weeks. . Boys Who Placed . Algona athletes who -placed were Turner second and Holmes third in 120 high hurdles; Lashbrook first and Palmer second in mile run; Calboun third in 100 yard dash; Geigel third in-440 yard'dash; Stephens first and Holmes second in 200 yard low hurdles; Gunder second and Stevens .third -for 880 yard run; Calhoun fourth 1n 220 yard dash; Algona first in mile relay (Stephens, Holmes, Geigel and Lashbrook); Algona second in 880 yard relay (Calhoun, Holdren, p. Shilling and Stephens); Geigel first and Holdren. second in shot put; Geigel first and R. Skilling fourth in discus; Lashbrook second and Holdren third t jn football throw'; Turner third Jn pole vault; Turner first, Holmes tied for third in high jump; Stephens first, Calhoun tied was caused by liver complications With the exception of one year spent in Canada, Mr, McMahon had lived continuously oh the farm' upon which he died. Was Old-Time Resident (Hugh McMahon was born on the home place April 6, 1879. He was married to Julia King, of Iowa City, on April 28, 1909. The couple continued to farm on the home place and two' daughters were born to them, Mrs. August Romer, •of-Algona, and Helen, who teaches •in Sherman township. Both of them survive their father. Mrs. McMahon passed away April 4, 1937. A brother, William, of Algona, and a grandchild, Beverly Ann Romer, also survive. "."'." '•', ...'•' Funeral Services Monday . Funeral 'services were held Monday •morning at- 9 J30 ' from St. Co- \ celia' church with Father Mallinger In charge and burial was in Calvary cemetery. Pallbearers were Thomas Reid, WJIliam Dqdds, Sr., Alfred Peterson,. Edward Hackbarth, Otto Laabs and Ben Reid. (From a distance attending the services were Sadie Leeney and Martin King, of Iowa City, and Mrs. Brldgle Dunn of • Madison, Wis. ' gTjftniijf *nr SA'IAMI ^*^ r ^ -. ¥f^WWfr*^fft «BP*MP*,« ; .." t. left ^ednes^ay'morning for Des M,oinos where they wf re reg}st?r^ «nd ar ijow jr|fmbers of Ui?cle Barn's fight" 'ing fprpes, 'This'la the largea Dumber yet to be palled In one con tlngent« T^}rty»i(in§ left Algona «n April 32- Whlttepjore leads in numbers In the Wednesday con tingent With eight, Wesley was second with seven and Algona thin With six., There were 14 of thi boys from put Qf the state, regis,, ~ !•« I Lt,tft MM.*B*>^>B< i * Hildmao. Cor with. ' 33onald McCJejah, Bancroft, Leroy Woods.'BiQux.cjty. ,Clarence Frideres, Bode, .(Harvey Mergen, wW«ejn«re. Cl?arles TJjllges, Bode. Vearl BensWp, Wwley. ' cjarence Smith, Bode. VlucenJ .Bje'rtels, Laddonis, MO. (Herbert Schmit, Armstrpng. for third in broad jump. i Dr. Meyera Talks To Ministerial Union Dr. S. W. Meyer was ifce apeak, er at th* Ro^mth County Ministerial Utejpn meeting held a Wbrary Laet«r« ftoom af 1:46, 4. The devotions were in charge of Rey. Jackman of Burt. Four teen mem'bere were present, J the business meeting it was decid ed to secMre 800 more New Testa draftees t tp from ««r •PF. U« i_ S*.JI 80,000 NORTHERN PIK;F|iiiftp INFISto The Fisher pond, four miles south of here, .was stocked with 80,000 Northern, pike fry last week. Fry 'for stocking constitute fish immediately upon hatching. -This is the first extensive stocking of northern pike In this district and growth of the fish will be closely watched The Fisher pond is a cooperativr rearing pond maintained by the state conservation commission am-' Kossuth Cqm\t,y Conservation League. . Some time during the fall the thtn grown flab will be transferred to the rivep. They will reach a size of Navy Relief Drive Continues On Upward Trend T. C. Hutchison, head of the navy relief drive, repjorts that very satisfactory results are be Ing met with In the drive. Out of 39 districts in the county 23 have reported with the total as set out below. He feels that the drive will be completed within the-next'two 'weeks. He also stated s^tha^jBome^ 3,000_ names 'naTfionir'to ~3ate,' wHcn* Indicate' that there are many donations of less than a dollar, nevertheless all of them appreciated,' Rome Sttt workers have taken port in tills drive and Bfr. Hutchison says that cooperation oh the part of all citizens has bertn splendid. Incomplete returns to date: Grant Township $ 59.15 City of Bancroft 128.00 Greenwood Township ...... o.OO Town qf Whlttemore '. 92.((0 Burt Township 157.65 Town of Swea City 115.00 Eagle Township 9.50 Union Township ,..:„... 12.00 Town of Wesley „.,... 22.00 Town of Ledyard _ 60.75 Town of Lone Rock 45.10 Town of Titonka ..'.'...... 88.25 Town of Burt „. ~ 64^55 >esco Uttwnshlp .-. 98.21 Swea.Townshlp._ v 53.50 iftrfield' Township "»*....'. 101.50" Hum Creek Township .... OTilttemore.Township .... rvlngton Township Ihermah Township Uttentale iWnship .... Additional Jr. C. of C, City of Algona 1161.64 105.00 97.80 36.50 7.75 98>75 2.34 $2576.14 1 1,000 TREES ARE BEING PLANTED IN KOSSUTH COUNTY Under direction of Fritz Pierce local game warden, 4,000 trees are being planted in eroding spots on the west side of Goose Lake. The work is ibeing done by volunteers members of Kossuth County Conservation League. The trees are black locust, wild plum, dogwood; wild grape, red cedar., p Another -planting of ' 6,500 trees" is being t end of tf ^,'T7.~'~^'"»-"»*»»-'.v 1 ;i«.,»*w Ak*#0auU,|. VsUUXJLj Conservation League Is paying for the trees while/the state is doing the-planting. These trees are black locust, wild black cherry, haw- thorne, wild grape, wild plum, red mulberry and dogwood. /The Algona unit of the league two weeks ago finished plantin? 600 evergreens in the Fisher bridge area, four 'miles south "of town. •Dutch!' Swanson, local president, reports thai this planting has proved very successful. ALGONA WINS CONTESTS ONLY j IN THREE OF j COUNTY OFFICES Recorder, Coroner and 2 Districts for Supervisor To Battle; G. 0. P. Scrap In Third District Filing for -county office closed Saturday midnight and, judging from returns there will not fa* ntticH warfare in the campaign prede'd* ing the primaries, June I. In 'two of the offices, county auditor and! county treasurer, there were no candidates filed except the incum. bents, Klnsey, democratic auditor, nnd Pearson, republican treasurer, In all of the other officers one can.. dldate from each party has filed and in the case of coroner and; supervisor several from each party have ambitions. For Coroner Democrats If(le The present county coroner, Dr,. R. A. Evans, democrat, -will be op., posed on his ticket 'by Dr. T. J, Egan and Dr. H. D. Meyer. Tha republican candidate, M. G. Bourne, has no oppositbn on his ticket. In the county recorder's office the incumbent, Joe Dodley, has opposl* tion on his ticket, democratic, in the candidacy of Clara Walker, with Sherman Walker being'the lona candidate on the republican ballot. The offices of state represntatlve, clerk of court, sheriff, county aU torney an-d supervisor first district have but one candidate .from each party. . • Supervisors Scrap A real scrap for the office of sup» ervisor in the Third district seem* to have developed on the part of both republicans and democrats, The incumbent, Wm. Cosgrove, democrat, has two opponents on, his own ticket. And on the republican ticket there are three can. didates yearning for nomination. The district should see some in. teresting political battles during tha campaign. In the Fifth "district P. J. Heiken, republican Incumbent, has. one opposing from his own party while the democrats only presented oije name from that djsV £ io h on each POINT TUESDAY 7 to 16 inches in length. A 1 the present time they are merely socalled 'Jwrlfflfjeru." A year ago seven adiflt females, and fourteen males were placed hujtbe pond, for brood stock, Last fijl 6,500 fish were taken out and placed in the river, indicating that northern pike would increase in the pond and which was the motive for stocking this year pn a mor? extensive jjasjw, Baccalaureate and Commencement Dates Selected by Class The 'class of '42, Algona high school, has selected the baccalaureate date of Sunday, May 17 The baccalaureate sermon will br delivered by a local minister in the auditorium that evening. The speaker will be decided upon by the local ministerial union early this week, this being the custom in Algona, The graduation exercises wil} be held In the high school auditorium .on Thursday evening, May 21, The speaker for this occasion will be Prof. J. P. Ryan, head of the speech department of Grinnell college, Postal Department Want* Bids for Star Route to Elmore Posted in the local post-'off ice is a reqmwt |pr bids for the operation of the star mail route from here to BJmore, The job covers six days pe|- week and the distance is about 7Q miles, The mail ia picked up at the Milwaukee each morning at - o'clock and taken tp B}lm°re by —' pf Purt, Pw?rjBft pd Myard, — wf»mto.^tbs 9 «rt •A$ the tri-city track meet, Algona Wewter City and Britt, held a 1 Britt last Tuesday Algona took hon ors;by one point. Algona garner- .ed 65%, Webster City 64% and Britt 33., Of the fifteen events ^Igpnj boys captured five with Turner high Jump, 5 feet 1H inch; Holdren, foot ball throw* 290 feet; Geigel, discus, 112 ifeet 4 inches; Lashbrook mile run, 5:02,5; Calhoun, 100 yard dash in 10.7. Seven second places were captured and eight third iplaces. The mile relay, run in 4.01, was also taken by the Algona team. Lightning Hits Barn, Crowell-Peterson Farm North of Burt (Lightning struck the barn on the J. F, CrowelJ and Mrs. Andrew Peterson farm north of Burt Thursday evening and. resultant fire de r strayed the barn'and a silo with all grain and .contents. Thirty head of cows in the barn at the time were removed tp safety with the help of neighbors. The farm is tenanted by Herman Soderberg. He was in the barn at the time the bolt struck but did -r>ot realize that fire had broken out yntil told by an outsider. The rebuilding of barn an,d silo w|ll be commenced at once, we are .told. ' Legion to Meet Frank .... glon. wU) ho Post, American Left) regular meeting in the Legion ball Wednesday . ^.A'>t,8 «Wi. -fltoBfl udance, republicans filled the roster. •case of county treasurer the 1 democrats did not offer any opposition :o C. W. .Pearson, republican, and. In the county auditor's office the republicans did not offer any op» position to "Duke" Klnfcey, demo, crat. The two ballots will contain the following candidates for the •arious county offices.' , For State Representative-^-G, W, Bleich, Burt, democrat; ,THeo. C. Hutchison,,Algona, _(Fori.;-Couhty - s Ktesey, Alsfqna, (D)/. . For County Treasuj;er-»<!. .^W. Pearson,.Algona (R). ^ >f ™* Clerk of Court-NelH^ Van ' ^ o ^j- f ~J+' ••• . A ""•*« •*•• **»*e*«V* ^**¥ ona, (D) ; Alfred Scnulte,; Algbna; **>••:;•', '•^:^:: , '-:? , "vt^\v^" 'For CoUnty - gona, (D); Sherman Potter, ""' ' ; For 'County , Bgan, Algona' Algona, (D);'Dr. , gona (D); Dr. M. G. Bourne. gona (R). , For Supervisor, District No. 1~ J. H. Fraser, Rlverdale, (D); F, K, Clapsaddle, Lu Verne, (R). •For Superyisor, District No. 3-» W. §. Cosgrove, Wealey CO); John A. SJepeit, German, (D); 'OUvej> Young, Wesley (D);' Ray reicher, Buffalo (R) ; W. A. Schram, Titonka, R); "FW. iFor- Supervisor, Frank Bauer, Ha Heiken, Swea Git Johnson, Kagle " Skow, Wesley, trlet Nip. (U. n (I»j» P. 3, (R); Myron I* 7 enton Boy promoted To Captain »| Army eon of Mr, rprapted,to,a m ^«^ ^W?wMhlff ^Bl* *HsiP *™jf *^ '

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