Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 19, 1933 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 19, 1933
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PAGE EIGHT PARTY HONORS BIRTHDAY OF ST.JOEFARMER Many Children Make Honor Roll at Ledyard I..HI M St. .lop, .Ian. Si', w;ifl given 17—Joseph Becker a pleasant surprise Ledyard, Jan. 17—Children in the | first six grades neither absent nor! t.-irdy for the semester were Betty I Louise Link, Beatrice Seitert, Lor- ; rainc Darnell, Duane Johnson, Am- "New Deal" Sunday evening in honor oC his 57th : orita Johnson, Marjorie Mayer, Dor- (Continned from page 1.) birthilny annivpi'nary, which was Monday but. was celebrated tlie evening 'before. Five tables of 500 were in play, and the high score prize was a box of candy won by Bertha Thill and Joseph Becker Jr. The consolation was won by Mrs. John Bec.ker and Peter Kirsch. At- othy iRvsk, Kenneth Roese, Wilma J Husc'h, Blanche llnag, Dolores Junk- [ ermeier, Donald Looft, Peter Smith, '^s list wns ™ P el ' Ruth Tryon, Maynard Nelson, Ken- I In his annual financial statement, neth Poppy, Dessie Bosnia, Krvln j Mr. Zerfass brought out that though .Tunkermclcr, Roy Tryon, Lurene | lnc fall . Jg B ^ m jn the i. redi i, tne Ijl rn Cl the 0i ; S amo eS grade S pupils w lJ am ° un , t "Wins is less than a year fa ngo, showing that progress in the tending: Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kirsch, made the honor roll^ were Velda j Algonn; 'Dolores and Kleanor Thil-| Rstle, Betty "' ~ " mac1e in g~esV Wo«tl:iend; "the John Beckers, i son, Beverly Wiese, Frances Yahn- te "' irtc handicaps in weather the Malt Kirsches, the George ' ke, Arden Anderson, Arden Lloyd, Thuls, the Adam lleiderscheldts, the I Lorraine Darnell, Connie Garry, Peter Kirsches, Mr. and Mrs. liar- i Katherine Baumann, Phyllis Strand, old Thul, nnd Jas. Keene, all of St. Jean Kstle, Marjorie Gable, Bica of and M.I 1 1 1 M 1 1 , , t j 1 1 ,\ \ 11 11 it Basketball "Dope" By EVAN E. FINNBLL financial conditions. Mr. Zerfass's report showed receipts from concessions of $1113.53; entry fees, ?5S5.21; county aid, \: t i»i.ci.ijwii»- I»H.VM*W» *^.«^- ' iB 1 " ft fl f 4 1,1 wero served by Bobbles, Delores Gelhaus, Vernon j ^00; ^tato aid, ^ ^ Joe. Refreshments the hosteKsos. Mrs. Alvlna Thul and Dorsey, Howard Kllnkslek, Mrs. Reg-inn Kirsch, daughters of, Ga-bel, Paul Garry, Do Vere Smith, the honoroe. A birthday cake bear- j Donald Looft, Lawrence Flynn, Ed- Ing 37 candles was nerved after no Dontje, Nadine Plans, Roy Try- j midnight. on, Maxine Mason, Lurena Lloyd, 1HUl Howard Nitz, Edna Leslie, Swalvo, lona Wentworth, ?2000; miscellane- $5201.24. Three Conplos Will Marry— Banns Tor approaching ma.rriage In the senior high school pupils Were read Sunday for the first time j who made the honor roll in the last The gate and grandstand receipts go to the treasurer, and are included In the secretary's re. Zerfass listed expenses as follows: $2401 I'lilrt for Premiums. Premiums, $2404.51; races, music and attractions, $2527.22; ad- at St. Joseph's church by the. Rev. ! six weeks were Fern Lewis, Thelma j vertising, $S91.4S; salaries, $715; po: Theobold for Caro- | Friest, James Logan, Tllmer Halvor- Hce and gate men, $163.00; la/bor on Algona, and Victor! son, Anna Jones, Lillian Sanders, i grounds, $467.53; printing, $182.50; Father Uc-orj line Willgor, Frideres, St. Joe. Banns were road i Elaine Blomc, John Estle. Pupils i postage, for the Kocond time Cor the follow-J who made the honor roll for the | $373.92; ing couples: Mclinda. Thilgos, Kick ! semester were Fern Lewis, Thelma Huberty, and Alice Phillips, Owa-| Friest, Eleanor Sanders, James Lo- tonna, Minn., and James O. Becker, Igan, Tilmer Halvorson, Anna Jones, $29.26; interest merchandise, and insurance, St. Joe. $985.S3; miscellaneous, $1701.99. Included dn the miscellaneous item is $527.66 paid to the Iowa State Elaine Blome, Ella Goetz, John bank to take up a note and interest. I Estle. The junior high' list will be published later. Farm Ituroiiu Women Meet— An all-clay Farm Bureau meeting was held ut the Miy. John Frideres j Shirley Speaks at Meeting- home la«t Thursday, with 10 leaders This note was given in part payment for the new grandstand and was part of the 'indebtedness held over from 1931. A year ago the outstanding gen- Last week Monday evening the in attendance. Mrs.' Muriel Leaver-j second community meeting was heldl^j note inde , 1:)te(:lne6S of the associ . ton, H. D. A., save the lesson and ' in the high school auditorium. _ It j at(on was$5150 03| whereas at this demonstrated making caps, scarfs, ; was opened by assembly singing, . time tne tota] pocketbuolcs, etc. A covered-dish which wa.s followed by a talk by ' luncheon was served at noon. The ; Fern Lewis on the Purple and Gold next meeting is planned for Thurs- I -Activity association. Mr. Lauritzen day, February !), at airs. Vurn Bar- ! then introduced the speaker of the leer's. ' "~ " '" c '"" t " r "'" W, B, PeATT, PIONEER AT BURUEAD AT 86 'Burt, Jan. IS—W. B. Pratt, 81- year-old Burt pioneer, died at his .. , home here Monday noon, following Wednesday would be spent by the i Garry was elected chairman for the . an illness of several weeks with flu Men Cut Wood for Church— evening, County Su'pt. William Shirley. The Forensic board presented, a one-act play, One Hundred Per Cent. Announcement was made Sunday ! George Thompson took charge of a by the Rev. Father Theobold that j business meeting, as the chairman, this week Monday, Tuesday, and j William Garry, was absent. Mr. men of the parish at putting up j rt ' st o£ the year. The committee wood for fuel for the church, school, , chosen to assist him is Ross Brown- and house. The trees from 2% acres ! ln =- A. E. Lauritzen, Mrs. Mayer, along the'river near the Ray" Gales' and JIrs - Etl Looft. Hot coffee and place were purchased for the pur- cake were served to SO people, pose. Erpeldlngs Have Sew Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. John Erpelding are counting children. 1-1 Kilter 'Declam' Contest— Training for the senior high de- the direction of Miss There are 14 and complications. Funeral services were held today (Wednesday)-at the Presbyterian church, the Rev. S. H. Aten, pastor, in charge, and burial was made in the Burt cemetery. Mr. Pratt is survived by his wife and one son, F. Lee Pratt, druggist here. In 18S1 Mr. and Mrs. Pratt moved to ajfarm southeast of Burt, which In parents of a girl, born last week ! ^"^I,™" 1 ?? 1 ^ S sto £ e ?_ u ^! r i Mr. Pratt still owned at Wednesday. The baby was baptized Anna May at St. Joseph's church «HH^*^*-H^WH-*«-.»"H-4-t*: out in the final quarter because of fouls. Swea City's points were made on 12 baskets and six free throws. Bergeson starred for the Swedes, making five baskets and a free throw. Fults made four baskets and a free throw, and Hanlfan and Bravendei each made a basket and two free throws. The Algona Boosters split a double-header with the 'Ledynrd and Titonka quintets Monday evening on the high school floor, scores 3S-19 and 22-13. The locals opened a fast game with the Ledyard quintet, which had won a previous game In an overtime period. The Boosters, with Pearson and Mercer as forwards, Kanouff at center, and Moore and Walker at'gunrd, made many spectacular shots-in the opening period. Pearson starred throughout, tallying 15 points. The game proved one-sided. The Boosters, bent on victory, worked the ball down the floor' and ibroke through the visitors' defense, tallying many tip-In shots. The score at the half was 2G-10. Lauritzen, Green, and Grainer played best for the visitors. The line-ups were: Algona—'Pearson, rf; Mercer, If; Kanouff, c; Moore, rg; Walker, Ig. Ledyard—Green, rf; Warner, If; Lauritzen, c; Grainer, rg; Carpenter, Ig. The Boosters lost the second game to Titonka. The local team, Waller and. Miner, -forwards, Bradfleld at j action on the second team THURSDAY. JANUARY in. t t t The academy lost Tuesday evening td St. John's academy, iBkncroft, on the latter's floor, 33-10. The locals, with Hansen and Kelly at forward, Red Kelly at center, and Baker and Capesius at guard, were unable to get their stride In the first half. Hansen did all of the scoring in the first two periods. The score it the half stood 18-7 In favor of Bancroft. In the second quarter Kelly scored eight points, but the locals were unable to overcome the opponents' ead. The local seconds lost In a close game, 10-18. Boys here who saw The Boosters will meet the Swea City Cardinals on the local floor tomorrow night at 7:45. The Cardinals have one of the fastest aggregations of baskoteers in this section of the state. To date they have lost but one game out of 15. The Swea City quintet consists of men who have played in the same positions for the last four years. The squad placed third in a state tournament at fllarshalltown last year. Music will be furnished by Mr. Collins and his H. S. band. Center, and Cosgrove and Samp at yuard, played a loose type of game. Both teams, however, handled the ball well, though they missed many attempts to score. Miner opened by tallying two baskets. The defensive play of Cosgrove and Samp weakened as play progressed, and the Titonkians tallied many short shots. Algona was trailing at the half. Toward the end of the third quar- ;er Mercer and Pearson substituted for Miner and Waller. Good floor work and successful short shots by Pearson threatened the Indians at :lmes, but the Titonkians had a sufficient margin, and the locals were Sunday, and sponsors were Anna Altman and Paul Erpelding. The Erpeldings now have two boys and Lizzie Wolf, West Bend, after the household du- •two girls, is looking ties. Geo. Beckers 11 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. George Becker celebrated their llth wedding anniversary last week Tuesday evening by entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Nick N. Thilges, Susan Naber, Emma <Beck- Alvin Depping, Lillian Sanders, Kenneth Thompson; dramatic, Louise Friest, Lyla Hamm, Lydia Logemann, Marjorie Matzener, Mary Miller, Eleanor 'Sanders; humorous, James Logan, Cecil Long, Lumetta Reece, and Frieda Schadendorf. Stranahan. i 1S91 they moved to Oregon, but "they tra'iiing"at"tne' flnal whistle." returned to the farm in 1893. In 1002 Ledyard Loses to Elmorc— There were three basketball games here Friday night, Elmore Junior high played our junior high, the former winning, 21-12; our high school girls won, 13-9, and the high school won, 2S-12. Harold Granner er, Thomas 'Becker, and the Rev. i T"* J-l riM_ Y l'"-'.>o •••_>»», *.u -A — , j. j.ciJ. u JIL \j i CL11JJ.CL Father iheobold. Bridge was the j ,-efei-eed at Armstrong Friday night diversion. Ice cream was served at | and at Swea City Saturday night, the close. j . Orphaned Child Brought Here— The Adam Heiderscheidts got home from Chicago last week Tu'es- day, after several days there with relatives and old friends. They brought their motherless little granddaughter, aiarcella Agnes, who will make her home with her grandparents from now on. Mrs. John Wagner 62; Party— Mrs. John Wagner celebrated her 62nd birthday anniversary last Thursday evening, and guests were the John B. Redings, of St. Joe, the Nick Reelings, Whlttemore, the George Wagners, and the Theodore Pastor Johnson Still Sick- Friends here are sorry to hear Wagners. cards. The evening was spent at Matt Klrsch Reported Dead— Word wa.s received one day last Week of the death of Matt Kirsch, White Lake, S. D. Persons who left here Sunday to attend the -funeral that the Rev. !F. O. Johnson is not so well. Before Christmas it was thought his body was clear of the malta fever germ, but a blood test shows positive. He will again take serum treatments to hasten recovery. Independents Defeat Rake— The Rake town basketball team played the independents here last week Tuesday evening and was defeated, 51-41. Other Ledyard News. A Methodist board meeting was held at Leon Worden's Friday night. Plans were laid to continue the every-member canvass that was interrupted by the sickness of the Rev. F. O. Johnson, The 4-H club met with Irene Zielske Saturday. Election of officers wa.s planned, but due to so much were M. J. Kellner, sons Arnold and ! slcknese there were not enough Edward, John Kirsch, and the latter's son 'Laurence. members present. Mrs. L. A. Nitz was at Mike Hendrickson's, near Swea City, several days last week, helping care for „„ il new ' b °J f . Bertha Nltz is doing the spent a week ago Sunday evening at i llou 'sework there. John Thill's, Whittemore. In their ! The M «thodist Aid meets this week Half n HOB Is Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fun man absence some party or parties intruded, and the next day -the Fuhrmans missed half of a freshly butchered hog. Quilting- H«» Is 01 mi— Lust Thursday afternoon Mrs. William Hammer entertained neighboring women at a quilling bee. A light luncheon was served at close. the Thursday at Mrs. D. B, Mayer's; Mesdames Pingle, Olson, and Thompson, assisting hostesses. The Forensic board gave the play One Hundred Per Cent at a community meeting at Bancroft last week Tuesday night. they moved to Burt, and they had ever since lived here. Mr. Pratt was born January 5, 1S47, at English Prairie, McHenry county, 111. When he was two years old his parents moved to Decorah, Wls. When he was 12 they moved to Lodi, Wis., where he was married to Edwina Waffle January 13, 1869, more than 64 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt had an elder son, Daniel, who became a dentist and for some years practiced dentistry here but died 15 or more years ago. The S. met with Mrs. . George Thompson Friday. Mrs. Thompson led devotionals; Mrs. Mayer, the lesson. The King's Heralds met with Betty Matzener Saturday, ten present, Edward I'-roolilal Teacher Sick Monday— There was no .session Monday of counting the leader "Mrs M .Toseph'.s parochial school for the ; Knoner. it!-.. Sth and flth grades because of the sickness of Winter Mary Hortense. Gladys Nolan, commercial and BURT EASTERN; TAR LODGE OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED Burt, Jan. 17—Kossuth chapter No. 201, O. E. S., installed officers last week Tuesday evening: Mrs. C. W. Patterson, W. M.; Dr. R. H. Thompson, W. P.; Mra. E. E. Palne^ associate matron; F. B. Rubey, A. P.; Mrs. J. E. Clifton, secretary; iMrs. P. L. Dremmel, treasurer; Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, conductor; Mrs. G. E. Brace, associate conductor; Jennie Thompson, Adah; Mrs. H. V. Jones, Ruth; Mrs. M. L. Vinaas Esther; Iva Trunkhlll, Martha; Mrs. Ray Dremmel, Electa; Mrs. K. J. Smith, marshal; Mrs. J. G. Thaves, warder; Mrs. P. F. Krlethe, chaplain; Mrs. W. A. MacArthur, pianist; Walter Klamp, sentinel, FATHER OF ALGONA WOMAN PASSEUUIOIIX CITY M. L. Hogan, Sioux City, father of Mrs. M. J. Quinn, died last Thursday of heart trouble, and funeral services were conducted at the Catholic church at Hull Monday morning, with burtal made in a cemetery there. Mr. Hogan was known to many Algonians, for he made his home at various times with the Quinns. He was 88 years old, and he is survived by Mrs. Quinn and 'three sons. Mrs. "Quinn went to Hull Friday morning, but is expected home this week-end. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Herbst and the latter's sisters, Philomena and Madonna Quinn, spent Sunday at Hull. WM, KIRSCHBAUMS, SEXTON, OBSERVE GOLDEN WEDDING •Sexton, Jan. 17—Mr. and airs. home economics teacher, was sick' Wm ' KJrschbaum celebrated their Girl Has Tonsils Removed— Adeline lit' W.IH taken to Fort o ui ., nd Dodge early last week and had her ' tonsils removed. ..She was brought liome the tsame day. with the flu Monday and unable to teach. Mrs. Clarence Darnell, sons Har- Other St, Joe. The Friendly club hold a monthly 'meeting Wednesday, January 4, at Mrs. C. R. Schoby's, Mrs. Peter Halsrud, assisting hostess. The af- 'ternoon was .spent at gamps, after Which refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fourage and their small son Joseph, accompanied by Mrs. Ray Swenson, drove to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday. O . "" ° r ' S Johnflonls . nea r Janice Williams visited friends here last week, leaving Friday for the week-end at Redding. Sirs. Emil Wiese spent last week at Adolph Wiese's, Lakota, helping care for the sick. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Jackson, of Mason City, spent Sunday at Basil Jackson's. The Leon Wordens went to Lake Park and Larchwood last week Monday. Mrs. Otto Swalve is sick with the a few days last week at the Julius Capesius home. Mrs. AValker and Sirs. Capesius are sisters. Simon Ziemet lias returned to his grandparents' home. He had spent several weeks at Dubuque, visiting relatives mid friends. Mrs. William Haplind is sick with the flu, and Gertrude Illg'ls looking after the household duties. Mr. and Mrs. John Fuhrman and George 'Becker spent Sunday at Louis Fuhrman's. Mr. and Mirs. Anto Becker spent Sunday at St. Benedict, visiting the Albert Eischens. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Lentsch, Clare, spent Monday afternoon at Joseph Kramar's. A Farm Bureau all-day meettne spent Sunday at Joe Mayne's. ADVANCE 6ELL golden wedding Sunday at the Sexton hall. There were 55 relatives for dinner: the Richard, the William, Victor, Stanley, and Sylvester Garrnans and the Eugene Cinks all of Wesley; the Harry Melaneys, Mason City; the Ollle, Peter, and Robert Kirschbaums, all of Crystal Lake; and the August Kirschbaums. Sexton. There was open house from 2 till 4 in the afternoon. Lunch was served to visitors, and supper was served to the relatives in the evening. -*H, S, WRESTLERS LOSE TO GRANT TOWNSHIP FARMERS The high school wrestling team was defeated by the Grant township team, there, Friday evening, 13% to S%. A decision in the 95- Ib. match was won by Cooper for three of Algona's points, and Donald Hutchins won 2% points in a draw in the 155-lb. class. Howard Medin lost a bout in the 105-lb. class by a fall, and Green and Thompson lost bouts in the 135 and 145-lb. bouts by decisions. The team will wrestle Burt, there, next Tuesday evening Edward Norton is coach. The lineups were; Algona—Waller, rf; Miner, If; Bradfield, c; Cosgrove, rg; Samp, ig. Titonka—C. Callies, rf; L. Callies, If; Budlong, c; Pannkuk, rg; Dalziel, Ig. Subs— Pearson and Mercer for Algona; Woods for Titonka, E. J. Butler officiated both games. Mr. Collins and his band played peppy music. t t t The academy quint won the second game on its schedule Friday evening on the local floor from St. Mary's academy, Emmetsburg, 27-13. The local seconds lost to the visiting seconds, 11-6. The varsity game was the first on the local floor this season, and it gave fans here a chance to see the home five display a wonderful comeback after the first quarter and overrun the visitors in the final period. The Algona squad, Kelly and Hansen at forward, "Red" Kelly at center, and Hegarty and Capesius at guard, played a good defensive game, after catching its stride in the second quarter. The passing and floor work was outstanding, but many short shots were missed, and the locals seemed to lack an eye for the basket on long shots, only one being made in the game. The passing and offensive play of Kelly and Hansen is equal to any in the academy conference this year Both boys have good height and are fast and shifty. The entire squad shows great improvement over lasl year. In the first quarter the Algona quintet got the tip-off consistently, but lost the ball in attempts to work it through the Irdsh defense. The score at the quarter was 9-7 in favor of the Irish. In the second quarter the locals worked the ball down the floor immediately after the tip-off. In hurried attempts to score, many shots by both teams went wild. As the locals gained a slight edge the Irish seemed to "blow were Daughan, Lamuth, game Deim, Hughes, Kohlhaas, and Bestenleh- ner. t t t Algona's Booster independent (basketball team was defeated for the second time by the fast Mason City Denison club In a return game ther< last Thursday night, score 48-28 Mason City took an early lead, when Connelly made nine field goals in the first half, which ended 33-13 in Mason City's favor. Mercer led the Algona team with three field goals but was put out of the game by fouls in the last quarter. The Denison club team now . has won ten games straight. t t t The high school and the academy play away from home this week-end. The Bulldogs go to Hampton, and the academy meets Wesley on the latter's floor. Both local teams have finished their January. In home cage card for February both are series of home games. t t t As the cagers stand: Team— w. Academy 2 Boosters 4 Bulldogs o L. 1 4 4 666 600 MRS, H, W, TRAINER, BURT WOMAN, LOW AT IOWA CITY Burt, Jan. 17—H. W. Trainer and his aunt, Mrs. Laura Paine, Algona, went to Iowa City Friday to see Mr. Trainer's mother, Mrs. W. T. Trainer, patient at the University hospital, following an operation dn •which one 'leg was amputated. No hope of her recovery is held out. Mr. Trainer, who had been with her, came home Monday for a short stay. Sale Dates Jan. 25—Henry Ven Steenberge, 3% miles north of Burt, general farm sale. WANT ADS FOR SAILE — SEVERAL, Guernsey cows.—'Inquire J. P. Stow, Burt. 9pl8-19 FOR SALE—1BLIND MAKE 6 YRS.' old, wt. 1300.- -Paul Blumer, Liv- 12pl9 RAILROADS LEAD INDIVIDUAL TAX PAYERS IN COUNTY The heaviest single taxpayers In Kossuth county are the railroads. The C. & N W. leads with a tax for 1932, payable this year, of $40,453.82. Such a tax burden particularly Irritates the railroads, in view of the fact that bus travel over publicly- built hard-surfaced roads comes into competition with them. The railroads will pay Koesuth county a total of $82,182.12 In taxes In this year according to their mile" nge In the county. Irvington township has the largest mileage. The Milwaukee, the Northwestern, and. the M. & St. L. all have long track- age in the township. 'From a farm owner's standpoint a township through which a railroad runs is a good township in which to own a farm, for the high valuation on railroad property permits a lower levy on farm lands within that township than would otherwise be .he case. The telephone lines, express companies, telegraph lines, and electric power lines all contribute good-sized sums to the county tax funds every year. The total contribution to county • axes toy non-local corporations in 1932 will be $04,001.54, or better than one-tenth of the total of all taxes Jayable in the county, which for 932 will amount to $037,482. Taxes! o be paid by the corporations follow: American Railway Express,? 102.05 C. M. St. P. & P. 13,753.00 Hock Island, Garfield 2,751.89 Tlock Island, North End — 5,178.11 Rock Island, Lakota div.— 14,729.58 C. & N. W. 31,500.79 C. & N. W. 8,893.03 Central States Power 1,477.17 Interstate Power 1,252.26 Public Service Corp. __' 335.86 M. & St. L., Algona 3,280.46 M. & St. "L., Lu Verne-Corwith ! 2,02C.28 Northwestern Bell 0,972.59 Western Union .... 1,769.49 The Talk of the Town These pretty, dainty new home frocks Titonka Henry Butler, working at the Standard Oil station here, drove to Estherville Sunday to visit his wife and children. • • Clifford Krantz, attending school at Mason 1 City, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L, Krantz. Mrs. R. L. Krantz took Clifford back to school at Mason City Monday. He had spent the week-end lere. The Harry Beeds were Sunday callers on the Tweets at A'lgona. Mr. Tweet had been sick a few days? Genevieve Cosgrove, (Mason City nurse, visited her parents, south of town, last week-end. "Where You Feel at Home" ^ What are the women talking about these days when the conversation turns to the new Spring clothes? ' Why it's these crisp, dainty new wash dresses that are shcnvn at this store-in such a bewildering array "•^ of new styles and dashing prints. You'll be-amazed at the exclusive styles which are now shown at such extremely moderate prices. You wouldn't believe that sucli beautiful eft-esses could be sold for as low as one dollar. The finer and more "dressy" models are I priced at $1.95. If you haven't stopped An and bought one or two of these new wash frocks, do so' THIS WEEK while assortments are still complete and you may still get your size and preference. Everything you have ever imagined in a cotton tub dress is included in this grea't early spring showing. You'll be delighted with the many styles and the wide range of models. Come in this week and supply your needs. r Everybody is tired of the old faded Pall house dresses (including even friend husband) why not surprise him with a bright, cheery new frock? Two big price ranges AJ nn Tn <M ftr All sizes from 12 to 52 SliOU TO $1,95 ••-« STOP-XEMA Chronic eczema of many year standing responds readily to Di 2rickson's wonderful new remedy Thousands have recovered and w sell it on a guarantee K. B. JAMES WANTED—15 00 ' FIRST mortgage on brick store building for 3 to 5 years.—Call Advance. .SHOE BARGAINS—ONE LOT CWF odds and ends, good shoes, at 95c a pair Thursday, Friday and Saturday only.—Chrletenten Bros. Shoe Dept - 23U19 The score at the half was 19-10 in favor of the locals. In the second half the locals outplayed the Irish. The visitors' defense weakened after a few substitutions. The third quarter ended 20-13. The locals played fast in the fourth, having possessoin of the toall during nearly the entire period. They tallied 7 points and neld the Irish scoreless. The second teams played a hit- and-miss game. The scoring for three quarters was on free throws, each team tallying six. In the final minutes Pettit, of the Irish squad, made the only field goals in the ;ame, and the final score stood 11-6 t t t The high school basketball team was defeated both by Humboldt on the home floor Friday evening, 3631, and at iSwea City, Saturday night, 30-11. The game here was close throughout, with the score tied at 13-13 at -he half. Nordstrom, outstanding at center, made five field goals and sank two free throws, totaling 12 joints. Sellstrom sank two baskets and two free throws, and Spencer and Oretzmeyer had two baskets and a 'ree throw apiece. Shackelford suffered four fouls, and was removed in the fourth period. Shilts, Post, and Bruns successively filled his position at guard. Outstanding players for Humboldt were: De Smidte, center, who made five baskets and two free throws- De Groote, five baskets; Johnson, four baskets and two free throws. Ihe Humboldt center was the only man to play the entire game At Swea City the locals trailed from the beginning, having only two baskets at the half to Swea City's 12 points. Algona's baskets were made by Nordstrom, two and a fr fe e throw; Sellstrom, one; Post and Cretzmeyer, each two free throws. The' Algonians sank only three baskets in the game. Selletrom was 15pl9 FOR RENT—PA'RTILY MODERN 5-room house, |10 month. — John Williams, 509 W. College. 12ul4tf WANTED— (BARRED ROCK AND White Wyandotte flocks.— Hamll- ton Hatchery, Bancroft. 10pl8tf ~ FOR SA)LE—<PUREiB(KED~HiAMiP- shire sows and gilts, bred to far- row in March and April. — c. C. Baas, West iBend. 18pl9-21 POSITION WANTED BY YOUNG woman, excellent housekeeper good cook, trained in the care of children, Good references. Call 20pl9 442-J. MEN WANTED FOR RAWLEIGH routes of SOO consumers in and near cities of Algona, Rolfe, Em* meteburg, and county of northwest Kossuth. Reliable hustler can start earning $25 weekly and Increase every month. Write immediately — Rawleigih Co., Dept. IO-114-S Freeport, 111. 40pl7 and 19 666 LIQUID . TABLETS . 8ALTE Checks Colds first day, Headaches o Venralgla In 80 minutes, Malaria In " days. 660 SALVE for head colds Most Speedy Remedies Known. Let Us Service Your Car- By Experienced Mechanics. Finest guaranteed replacement Parts and up-to-date equipment such as valve machining, cylinder reconditioning, connecting rod aligning, eteering gear aligning, starter generator and electrical work.. Last but not least, first class body and fender work. Car painting. Prices to meet the times. Wm. C. Dau I'll one 16S. OABAGE Algona. FOR SERVICE A CLEAN DEAL GET READY for a new season-brighten up last years clothes. You'll find our work very satisfactory and Q ur prices economical. We call for and deliver Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 587 SPECIAL NOTICE GLASS OF ALL KINDS JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 While our room is being remodeled we will be open for business in the Hotel Corner Special Prices as an inducement for your continued patronage. PAINE & SORENSEN - " ' » » • • • vwvw A DOLLAR'S WORTH Clip this coupon and mail U wjth $, for . rf , ^ _ ^ THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR (0 8001IIT "F 1* F. E. , Opt. Algona,

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