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c. o. reissoN, IER OF FAIR I, PASSES Farmer Living Near IA- kdta Dies Following Operation in Buffalo Oen- ter Hospital Saturday i 111 Friday, C. O. Petersbn, iivirtff i*/& mites lidtthw^st > submitted to an opera- Center hospital he did not the At 1 present he Was a member Kossuth fair board. ,,;.---. survived by Family i survived by a wife the army in Camp Polk, Louisiana was called and given a w and arrived here about arour before his father pgsed Then the local Red uross Established 1865 ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUKE 30, 1942 8 Pages VOL. 7?.—tf 0, 26 E. H. HUTCHINS APPOINTED TO COUNCIL hat he might attend the , ». un .,»J service Will be he " ?°£ the home tomorrow, Wednesday, at i" o'clock, and later from the Immanuel Lutheran church at Swea City. HITHER LEAGUE HOLDS TWO-DAY SESSION HERE (With the First Lutheran church, Rev. E. K. Nelson, host, the Iowa Conference Luther League.closed a two-day session here Friday evening. Officers elected were Mercedes Balek of Mason City, president; Irwln Olson, Algona,. vice president; Lois Rutherford, Fort Dodge, secretary; Geraldine Anderson, Burnslde. treasurer; Gladys Monkelin, Pocahontas, reporter to the conference Luther League paper. Rev. E. J. Carlson/Fort Dodge, was named sponsor of the district Luther League for the coming year. Kev. Nelson Toasfanaster The banquet on Thursday evening was attended by 80 and Rev. E. K. Nelson,..host pastor, was the DEMOCRATS PICK TO CONVENTIONS M. H. McEnroe (Again Heads County Central Committee; Joe Bradley New Secretary About 75 democrats .from over the county gathered in conversion ,at the court house Saturday morning at 10 o'clock to select delegates to the state convention (In Des Moines July 10, and also delegates to the judicial convention on July 17th. Lawrence Wlnkel .was elected chairman *of the convention with Ed Capesius serving as secretary Committees The chair appointed on the credential committee Jim Sheridan Bancroft, chairman; Mrs. T. H Holmes and W. T. Giossi, Algona On the resolution committee Joe Lynch was appointed chairman with Mrs. F. L. Tribon, Algona, and H, E. Rachut, Hurt. ~ select delegates Bob Sellstrom toastmaster. I, „.*!«» Th e welcome was extended by Gloria Baker, Algona, and response made by Ruby Danielson,. Dayton., James Hoag, Manson, and P. Youngstrom. Dayton, gave .readings; Laura Berg, Rockwell City, and Velma Nelson, Harcourt.-sang. Dr. E. K. Llndquist, president of Bethany college, Lindhorst, Kansas, was the feature speaker. ", Picnic Bt,CnU'Park';:;,4 r ; V; . ; s and^treasure Call Park and in the eyeriing a'pro- gram was given with ?Mrs. E.. K. Nelson and Mrs. Ralph Forbes, Algona,' singing a duet;-Miss; Balek, Mason City, a reading; Ruth Priebe and Knechl Frederlckson of Bancroft, a Vocal duet; Pauline Johnson, Fort Dodge, a reading; and vocal solos by Faye Johnson, 'Pomeroy, ,and Pauline Hade, Gowrie. FENTON REPORTER SUSPENDS FOR DURATION OF WAR iff the : . Issue of Thursday, :JUne fiS,'\Bob"; Schwartz, editor of the Fenton Importer, 'announced that the paper Would suspend publication for the\duration. Bob Is entering the armed services July 10th. He has* tried to employ help, to In some manner provide, for the con- tujued publication of the Reporter, • J t^without success. Printers can't bad these days, that Is, printers who could take over management of a paper.' In his announce- merit he sets out that as aoon as the war is over publication will again be taken up .with subscription ratings to the paper credited as of that date, The Reporter, owned by Peterson & Schwartb, is one of the older papers in Kossuth and for years and years has never before jnissediregular publication." As for "Bob" we understand he is Join* Ing up with a glider unit and here's Wishing him good luck and "bai>- py landing." Navy Off icer Here Every Saturday •' The Navy Recruiting gfflcer from the Navy Recruiting station, Spen^ - Is to .be in Kossuth , . cojji-tty every Saturday. Ife w»U vWt VWiOSW iownrtbrp,«ghWl: Kossuth cotwty dHr4n.g. the morning ~--riU.be tn Algona, from np»n , Heatouarters U. each t9wn visited The committee to to the state and judicial conventions was made up of C. B Murtagh, chairman; John Bormann of Bode, and John Uhl- enhakoj Whffttemo^e. The com,- mlttees made their reportts and were discharged. Candidates Introduced While the committees were out Chairman "Winkel introduced the candidates present and John Fraser, supervisor, Art Cogley, sheriff, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, clerk of courts, Mrs. Clara Walker, recorder, and G. W. Bleich, state representative responded. The chairman also introduced Chris Reese,' Alex Bonnstetter, West Bend, and Jim Sheridan, Bancroft, who made short addresses, to the convention. The Delegates To the 'State convention at Des Moines the following delegates were selected: M. H. McEnroe, L. K. Linnan, Chris Reese, P. J. Kohlhaas, W.vE^McDonald, James. F. Black? Clarlt;,-acuffham, : H. ; m TTuticfifns,' T. H."ChrlschilIes, A. H. Bprchardt H. E. McMurray, Lyle. iPugh, Mrs; Vallle M. Tribon, Mrs. Mary Fraser, James E. McEnroe,, Mrs.' Kathryn McEnroe, Mrs. Marie Bode, Alfred B. Schenck, Mrs. Kathryn Arndorfer, C. B. Murtagh'*'' and E. J. Hough, all of Algona; A. H. Bonnstetter, West' Bend, ((chairman); G. W. Bleich, H. E. Rachut, Dr. B. K. Bahnson, -Burl; J. H. Sheri- idarr, Mrs. A. H. Deitering, Dr. T. J. Egan, Bancroft; John Uhlenhake and Walter Vaudtt, Whittemore: Guy M. Butts, Wesley; John" Bormann, Bode; Frank Gronbach, F. I. Chapman, Alvin Weber, Lu- Verne; A. C. Schissel, Lakota; W. P. Stenzel, Lakota;- George Hagge, R. I. Anderson, Ledyard; Nick Gengler, Lone Rock; Geo. E. Butter-field, Mrs. Walter Smi.th, Swea City; Emma Wise, Sexton. Judicial Delegates '.To the state judicial convention in Des Moinps July 21, the follow ing. were elected: L. A. 'Winkel chairman, J. E. Lynch, M. C. McMahon, Ed Capesius,' W. T. Giossi Joe Bradley, A, E. Kresensky, Mrs Alice Reid, .Mrs, Eva Towne, P. P Zerfass, Henry • C. Nelson, Frank C. Zender, Kay L. Setchell, Wm Barry, Jr., Dr. H. D. • Meyer and C. C. Scharlach, all of Algona; George W. Newel, Mrs. Leo Engesser, Feijton; L. A, Heglund, Mrs Kate Krumm, Swea City; H. J Sherman, Wesley; John A. Sleper, Buffalo Center; James Geelan, Mrs. Eliftzbeth Higgins, Mrs. George J. Winked, Rudolph f-Oahn, (Whittemore; Leo M. Saunders, Mrs. Mae Lattlmer, Harold V. Clark, Mrs. F. H. Mescher, M. J, Wolfe, Bancroft; Mrs, Agnes Stewart, iBurt; Mrs. Belle Koppen, Lakota; Mrs. Clara M. Bruns, Frank Clark, Titonka; Mrs. Ralph Thompson; Mrs. Riley, Verreon C. Toobey, Emmet C, Knary, <Lu Verne; Mrs. Wm. E. Flynn, Ledyard; Mrs, Albert Krosch, Elmore, Minn. Bt H. McEnroe Heads Committee "FoDowtKng .adjournment of the convention the members of the county central committee met and jrganized for the next two years. H, "NfcEnroe was re-elected as chairman; Mrs. Marie Bode of /was elected vice chair- Cut courtesy Register Escaped from the Carrier Lexington when it wag sunk in the Coral Sea, was later hurt in an airplane accident at Pearl Harbor and died there Sunday, ( June 21. His parents now live at Rockwell City. Bob was graduated from Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Minn., in 1939. He was a member of the class of 1934 in Algona. July 4th Closing In Algona Friday jig trade day in ^Algona and all stores will remain open Friday,, night., until 10 o'clock. Saturday, July 4th, the stores will be closed all day except the drug 1 stdrctl, Wotting from 1 to 5 in the afternoon. man to succeed Mrs, Francis Bfftdley, Bancroft, who has been appointed ppstmaster there; and jfoo ijra^dl&yi Al&Qna,^ was elect ftnd. treasurer to succeed EMPLOYMENT OFFICE CLOSES HERE TOMORROW Will Maintain/Representative in Chamber of Commerce Office from. Now On ;J. |Sr. • Gisb,, local; dlj.ectpr. of, the United.-Stales Emiploymeht^ervicB here since..,'July 1 last -year,; an- hounces that the office" in Algona Will : be closed on 'July 1st. Mr. Gish has been assigned to the office at Mason City and expects to go on the job there tomorrow. The office has 'been located on the second floor of the S. & L. building several years. Opened Here in 1933 The state opened the office here late in the fall of 1933. The personnel has usually consisted of a manager and interviewer and stenographer. Marcus W. Rippentrop, Titonka, has been the office clerk there since April 1. He joined' the navy this week. E. E. Tatum,, manager of the Fort Dodge office, was here Monday and announced ;hat his office will have a contact lere every other Wednesday, that a desk will be maintained in the Chamber of Commerce office and that Mary Lee Dearchs Will take care of calls and inquiries as to employment. The farm representative of the office, Wm. Barry, Sr., may toe contacted at his Recreatlori Parlor. RETAILERS FOR VICTORY DRIVE WEDNESDAY NOON Big Parade, Lots of Noise, Bands, Bells, Whistles, Horns, to Open Drive at 11:15 O'clock Promptly at 11:15 Wednesday a parade will form on Call street opposite the city hall. Led by the high school band the parade will be made up of«noise makers with bells, whistles and horns, decorated bicycle riders, boy scouts, trucks and floats, and thus will the Retailers for Victory drive to sell war stamps be opened. ,.• Sales Stop at Noon .Promptly at noon every store in the city, the state, the nation will stop seling merchandise and. for 15 minutes will put out every effort to "Sell war stamps. This will also be the aim of the retailers over the country for the month of July, to push the stamp sales continuously. Customers will be asked if they are willing to *iake change in war stamps. Treats will be given the boys and girls who bring a bell, a whistle or a horn and who take part in the parade. To.Uiose who decorate bicycles treats will also be given. . JChe chairman for: the drive! tnVthe. northern .half of the county'isTpaji'' E. : Vaux of Swea City and Herman Barker, city, is chairman for Algona and i the southern half of the county. REPUBLICANS CHOOSE THREE SETS DELEGATES Conventions at Sioux City, Emmetsburg and Des Moines; Don Hutchison Heads Central Comm. Holding the county convention in the Legion hall, republicans convened at the hall Friday morning at 10 o'clock, with Mart Weaver, chairman, ian-d Duane Dewel, secretary. Committees made up of one delegate from each precinct took care of credentials, resolutions and delegates. .There were three different delegations chosen to attend the three conventions, the district judicial at Bmmtsburg July 2, the state judicial" at Sioux City July 25, and the regular state convention at Des Moines July 17. Emmetsburg Delegates Chosen to attend the district judicial convention at Emmetsburg on July 2 were D. C. Hutchison, T. C. Hutchison, R. J. Harrington, J. D. Lowe, H. W. Miller, G. D. Shumway, E. J. Van Ness, Delia Welter, Duane Dewel, all of Algona; W. E. 'Ley, Lakota; Hugh Raney, Irvington; A. J. Christensen, Swea City; Julius Kunz, Wesley; H. A. French, Titonka. To Sioux City Those who were selected to attend the state judicial convention at Sioux City July 25: H. W. Miller, T. C. Hutchison, E. J. Van Ness, G. W. Stillman, J. D. Lowe R. J. Harrington, Helen White, 'M. P. Weaver, Mrs. Carl Hutchins. al! cf Algona; Herman Wise, Sexton; Robert Welter, Wesley; Frank Clapsaddle, Corwith; "Carl Ebert, Whit- :emore; Howard iiFrench, Titonka; Gfeorge Heetland,': - Lakota: Fred Geigel, Irvingtdn; L. J. Hanson, Axel Erickson, Armstrong; Ervin Siems, . Whittemore; P. J. Heiken, Swea Ctiy; E. E. Hanna, J.'"M. Blanchard,,K. G. ' Car ancf Truck Meet In Collision Near Hobarton Saturday ,A car driven by August Brown and going west and a truck ownf d by James H. Johnston and driven by C. E. Bovens going north met In a collision in the intersection -at the Hobarton corner Saturday forenoon. The car was damaged to the extent of about $175 and the truck 175.00, No one was hurt, Radio Phone Call from Sea Received Here Something rather unusual in the transmission >of messages was experienced here Sunday evening when Mrs. Mel} Peterson received a phone call from the Pacific when her husband, Lieut-Commander MeU A. Peterson, by way of'radlo and telephone through San Francisco talked to her at the home of ier parents, Mr, and Mrs, C. B. Murtagh. Her Husband, said he was alking from somewhere at sea and ihat be was well,- pjO; mlt'tee wiirn^get tq on a defense com, install jiewlyr*legted members. «B4 MM. d?0yf> to Fprfc Dflidre.Thursday, and attended tbf ,futins, ewrpiw* Sere From a, 4 L, Peterson came i In Charge of Sales For Equitable Here W. Roiize moved to Algona and 10 In Pharge of the sales Jjj Kossuth Co, Ier |He Life Asjujrance Spctety pf • and hts^amliy cjfcne 6e>« ,fror« Miss Helen Corey To Locate in West Miss Helen Corey leaves Wednesday of this week for Seattle, Washington, where she expects to find employment and perhaps remain there permanenty. , Miss Helen has been with the M. P. Weaver Abstract Co., for the past ten years and is one of the most popular and efficient business girls that Algona has known. Enroute to Seattle she will stop over and spend the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brunson in Couer d'Alehe, Idaho, where Mr. Brunson Is located in government legal' work. <" ROSS INMAN AND MERLE EDWARDS TO AMES SCHOOL Kossuth 4-H Boys Will Represent County in la. Farm,Youth School; Won Scholarships Ross Inman, 17 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Inman of Green, wood township and Merle Edwards, 19 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. B, F. Edwards of Lincoln township, have been selecte'd to represent Kossuth county at the second Iowa Farm Youth school at Iowa State College, July 15 to August 22, It was announced this week by County Club Agent, Fay J. Meade. The winners of the scholarships were selected on the basis of character, ability, 4-H club record and community leadership. The school will be'attended by one hundred young meri and women representing most of the counties in the state, , Last year Dorothy Dreyer of Fenton represented the county at the school, Ross an4 Merle will receive scholarships "valued, at $40 ta cover ex< penses of room, board and Ten Algonans Leave For Alaska Road Building Job U. D, M. Photo-Flash Reading from left to right, front row, Floyd Pierce, Bernard Green. Second row, Lea Streit, Clifford (Whitey) Boone, Chas. McVey, Jr., Jack Johnston/ Back row, Eldon Lindstrom, Perry Owen and Art Orton. These are the Algona men who left Sunday morning, the 21st, for the defense road building job through Canada from Seattle to Alaska. They drove to Mason City and Joined about 300 others and by special train left for Seattle. They will be on the job until late fall, possibly Thanksgiving, when cold weather will stop the building, and they will return home for the winter. de'n,~ Walter 1 r Stewart, Buify;">'Jbhn Ridker,' Ed Frederlcksbn-,' 1 ; Bancroft; Tice 'Brack, 'Ledyard; Mrs. Tom Berg, Elmore; Mrs. C. A. Gut- cnecht, Lakota. Des Moines Delegates To the regular convention at Des Moines July 17tfli, the following vere elected: Howard Beardsley, G. D. Shumway, Helen Dickinson, Perry Phillips, "Delia Welter, Hugh laney, Mrs. Harold Gllmore, Duane 3ewel, J. By Johnston, Mrs. G. W. Stillman, all of Algona; H. O. Chambers, E. E. Applegate, Corwith; T. Lt r Thorson, Jdhn W[ 'Johrtberg, Armstrong; A. J. Berens, E. A. Carmean, Bancroft; Gilbert Hargreaves, Lu Verne; Jurgen Skow, Ole K. Flom, Julius Kunz, Wesley," Phil Wander, Fenton; ,G1 J: F. Vogel, Burt; A, J. Christensen, C. L. Hansen, Mrs: A. J. Christensen, M, L. Johnson, S. P. EckhoJm, Swea City; Mary Woodward, Whittemore; Mrs. , Howard French, Mayme Petersen, Titonka; and Reuben Luther, Ledyard. Don Hutchison Chairman •Upon adjournment of the convention the members of the county central committee met for organization. Don Hutchison was elected chairman to succeed Hi White, now in the service; Mary Woodward Whittemore, was re-elected vice chairman. Gaylord Shumway was elected % member of the judicial district committee; J. D. Lowe t(\ the judicial state committee and Harold (French, Titonka, to the congressional district committee. ANN YEOMAN, 2, FORMERLY HERE, KILLED BY TRUCK Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bernard Yeoman, Algo na Residents Till Year Ago, Now Webster City When Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Yeo man .Algona, drove to Webster Citj Sunday to visit with their son, Beinard Yeoman and family, they.lit tie expected to see one of the! grandchildren hit by a truck, fin •instantly killed upon their *a in that city. It seems that dentals while week's school. attending the . six Funds, for the scholarships, totaling $4,000, were Provided by the Bankers Life Company of Des Mqines fpr the purpose of . spepjal training; in the economic and social aspect? of ag- rictulture. Juune «n««M»wnt««a and ru- *T—*™«»'Wff**f- SfJyifMM Jf*"yW^"M|i • L« WMW ^^ •• ' (f prudent of the WQOdrRannsey 4-H club. Merle was president of'tbje Lakota club last Mar. Dsch. pf the twys has }n club WQjrk &( years. John E. Daughan Given Promotion in South American Port The Upper Des Moines is in receipt ,pf a ' letter from Brigadier General B,>J. House, stating that Fohn E. Daugihan, son of Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Daughan, city, has been iromoted to corporal. Corporal Daughan enlisted in the regular army air corps at Des Moines, August B, 1940, and is now stationed in he Caribbean Area, with the 99th Bombardment Squadron, an air ilane mechanic. He is a graduate >f the air corps technical school, His buddy, Corporal Leland Fak- or, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fak- .or, Plymouth Iowa, and who visited AJgona, with John about a year ago, was a member of the squadron which bombed Tokio recently. Corporal Faktor was-wounded dur* ing the Attack and later died some' In China, and is burled there, ?r tp John's parents, that services f< j W«?« l*«W tyih, Plymouth last Swdfty, th grandchildren, ; David, Richard an Ami, wanted to go up the street ways to meet thefr grandparents When they saw the Yeoman car th two older children-hastened across the street and the little one, Ann 2, also started. The baby was struck by a truck driven by, Leslie Uhr of Eayle Grove and killed instantly. Picked Up by Grandfather The Yeoman car was following the truck and Mr. Yeoman pickeci up the girl and the two boys and took them to their home. The driver of the truck said he had watched a car ahead of him and failed to see the little tot until too late. Funeral services will be held today at 2 p. m., with the Rev. J. J. Share officiating from the Foster Funeral home in Webster City. Yoomans Formerly Here The Bernard Yeoman family are former Algonans and moved to Webster City about a year ago where Mr. Yeoman is employed in- the Gamble store. Surviving Ann are the two brothers, David and Richard, and a younger sister, Margaret. FARM SERVICE PICKS LOCAL STATIONS The vounteer representatives of farm placement service, sponsored by the United States Employment Service, in Kossuth county have been selected in the different towns in the county and are ready to cooperate with farmers wanting help from now .on.. Persons willing to help on farms during the rush season should contact these representatives and thus bring the employer and employee together. In Algona Wm. A. Barry is the representative and may be located at his Recreation Parlors; in Lone Rock, H. A. Blanchard; Titonka WUUam Dent on; Lu Verne, J. L. Eustace; Wesley, Ed Hildman; Swea City, Myron L. Johnson; Ledyard, Ed Knoner; Bancroft, W. A. Murray; Lakota, Art Schissel; Whittemore, Peter Schumacher; Fenton, & D, Straley; Burt, G. J. F. Vogel. Plum Creek Elevator Co Buys Local Plant A deal was completed, last week by which the Plum Creek Elevator Company, Harry Bode and Leslie Huff, bought the elevator plant on the Milwaukee operated, by the late Correspondents, Please Note Because of the Upper Des Mfoincis force desiring to observe the Fourth of July, the office being ctosed on that day, we would appreciate very much to receive the material from our correspondents one day earlier for our next issue. May we depend upon your cooperation in this matter, correspondents? Thanks. Upper Des Moines. ARRANGED FOR 4, 5TH CELEBRATION Fitee Acts, Races, Band Concerts, Ball (James, Patriotic Speeches, Fire Works, Etc. Arrangements in all details have been completed for one of the best 4th of July celebrations in many years to be held at the fairgrounds, Algoira Saturday and Sunday, July 4th and 5th. Secretary Earl Vincent said yesterday that he had been able to secure plenty of high class talent for entertainment this rear. And it has been the plans of :he board to provide one of the real Ith celebrations. Hickenlooper (Here One of the attractions on July Ith wilFbe the speech at 3:00 p. on. Saturday by Lieutenant-Governor rlickenlooper. He is now the ru- lubllcan candidate for governor. And on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Senator Ed Breen, of 'Fort Dodge, will speak. He is the democratic candidate for congress in .his district. Both men are high class speakers. Added to these fea- ures will be races, bicycle, foot races, and other sporting events. A ball game each day has been ar- •anged. Fireworks Display The .midway will contain rides, hows, concessions, Dances both venings in the floral hall. The Sac and 'Fox Indians will put 'on tribal eremonles. A patriotic pageant will be presented on Saturday night. n fact the program is varied to uit all, old and young. Each nignt he program will close with a gor- UPPOOTMENT IS UNANIMOUS AT I THURSDAY MEET Will Pill Unsxpired Term of Prank Kohlhaas in Third Ward; Latter Kow Algdna Mayor Hi Hutching, 6i9 Garfield street, was the unanimous choice tit the city council to fill the unexpifed term of Frank' Kohlhaas, recently appointed niayoT, at the regular meeting Thursday.- When Frank Kohlhaas, coUn- ' oilman from the third .ward, was appointed to the mayor- ship on June 15th, it became necessary for the city council to appoint a resident of that; ward to fill vacancy until the next election, March, 1943. Meeting"* in regular session Thursday £he name of Eugene H. Hutching was presanted and the council, " unanimously, appointed Mr, Hutchins to the vacancy. Hutching Competent The new councilman is well qualified to _serve on the Algona council. Associated with his- father, tf. O. Hutchins, in the real estate and insurance business, haying- lived here practically all of his life, he has a broad undertsarrding) of the problems which must be met by the officials of his town ' and ' which serve: the greater number of citizens f6r {he greatest good. He is a graduate of the Algona " high school, attended and too'k- general- engineering, business and industrial, at Iowa State State College, Ames, 'as well as a course in commerce and barifeV' ing at a Cedar Rapids'business ' college. He and Mrs. Hutchins have two children. , Kohlhaas New Mayor (Prank Kohlhaas, recently ap-.- polnted mayor to fill the uriex-, pired term of J. F. Overmyer, , has taken over the duties of that t office, and now, with the per-, sonnel of the council filled from- eous display of atriotic theme. fireworks of a Martins on Trip To Black Hil 8 The Rev. and Mri p. B. ;«artl*q , «w» |»f. P. R. St New ¥(PJfJs <aly left - to iWlnejw Jb« to . u»d«F^jn«r p-ststo^vfe »efei tUgmQi fpr about three Ljajle Huff will . aj^ of, the elevator. Mr», Joe Dooley Crow* Frtak city. a tapefe4 , piece of twine inches in length. iwrmal IB RICE MEETINGS HERE WELL Forty-six merchants from the different towns over the county attended the price ceilings meeting sponsored by the Chamber of Com? merce cooperating with the local rationing -board snd held at the Algona, hotel Saturday afternoon, Price celling prpWenjs were discuss* ed by Herman Hauberg and Roy Chrjsteiwen and questi Q. 0. questions puj ftgp J>y the Jemore 4, 8we» Cite J, Wf»|?y 3, Bocjf 9 sod Feotan }. all wards, the council will cdn- tinue to function in its official ' capacity uninterruptedly. It Will be remembered 'that fciany , changes baye been made on the 'council since the first of the year. j Two New Councilman , When C. F. Specht. mayor, was stricken with a heart attack on March 1st, the counf ' •ell appointed J. F, -Overcnyer^ 4th ward councilman, to succeed Mayor Specht. From the 4th' (ward, Dr. L. W. Fox was appointed to the unexpired tern* of Mr. Overmyer. Then on June 9, Mayor Oyermyer succumbed to a heart attack, and on June Wtb councilman from the 3rd war, Frank Kolhhaas, was appointed by the council to the mayorshlp. And now Mr. Hutchins, of the 3rd ward, succeeds Mr, 'Koh>h"aa,s. r _ ' i I Rationing Board to Be Open fill Noon Saturday, July 4 The rationing board .offices will be open Saturday.forenoon for tire; rationing only. For the convenience of those over the county who have npt re eeive3 their 5 Ibs, of canning sugar pr the, o Ibb, for each ration boqfc th'e of* gee will he open until JO o'clock Friday night, yiu b«ard M Jw thai, applications for these be made be» , fere or 09 JuJly ft," f H Ralph Elb-ert, CJuef, Annual Swut Gamp At Ft, Dodge July -

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