Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1933 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1933
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?AGE EIGHT FEDERAL OFFICERS DID NOT ASK FOR ARREST OF LYNCH The Fairmont Sentinel gives this further comment concerning the case of Dave (Lynch, former Kossuth character recently jailed at Fairmont on charges that he induced two men to burn their cars in the hope of selling them new ones to (be paid for with insurance Tep Meeting 1 nt Fort Dodge— An Eighth district Legion-Auxiliary pep meeting was held Tuesday at Hotel Warden, Fort Dodge, with 210 registered. The meeting was money: Standley, Boone district committee•A federal .man called at the Jatl woman, and addresses of welcome and assured 'Lynch that his arrest were given by Glen Gray, Rockwell was not the work of the federal i Cit y. Legion district committee- department, Mr. Cooper, >Lynch's attorney said. "Federal officers realize that Dave gave them most woman, and Mrs. Sadie Denton, Ti tonka, district Auxiliary vice com mitteewoman. Skits were given b> RELIEF (Continued from page 1.) of the evidence which led to the ! Boone, Pocahontas, arrest of Emmet Olson and Charles counties. and Green At one p. m. Kossuth county gavi a membership skit, 40 people tak Paul. "My client was told that his . . ..... present arrest was the work of I ln s part, among them Mrs. L. M state officers working with the i Merritt, Mrs. G. D. Brundage, am state fire marshal's office, and that | Mrs. John Button, all of Algona the feds had nothing to do with it." ['Mrs. T. T. Herbst, Mrs. W. A. Bar- Mr. Cooper said Lynch is 'being I r - v . Mrs. H. >L. Gilmore, Mrs. V. V held entirely on the testimony of j Naudain, Leota Zeigler, with Mrs self confessed criminals, and that Sawyer at the piano, sang two ihe cannot be so held unless there numbers. Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea is much more corroborative testimony. "The three men who testified against him admitted they burned the cars," said Mr. Cooper. "They City, wrote and directed the skit. Palo Alto, Hancock, Webster, and Winnebago counties also save skits. Mrs. Esther Thompson, Dallas admit that Dave never made a cent i Center, state Auxiliary president, by the transactions, and all they > and Mrs. Myrton Skelley, of Des can say against him is that he told Moines, department secretary, gave them to burn the cars. Suppose i talks. Five quartettes took part in someone told me to go and shoot i a quartette contest, Webster City my wife. If I were foolis-h enough ( winning first, Thompson second, to do so, should he be sent up for Mrs. Merritt was chairman of pages. impartial I At 7 p. m. a joint banquet was to hold;'held, Mrs. Standley and Mr. Grey murder?" Mr. Cooper says no judge would continue Lynch in jail with no other testl- j in charge. T. T. Herbst led com- mony than that offered at the pre- I munity singing, with Mrs. Ray Mc- llminary hearing. (He indicated he i Corkle at the piano. The following might ask for a change of venue in!persons gave talks: Mrs. Thornp- answered with hints for new p'ro- grams. Officers were elected: lone Bacon, president; 'Lela Seely, first vice-president; :Lora Raney, second vice-president; Florence Calhoun, third vice-president; Elsie Willrett, secretary-treasurer; Lydia Sampson, assistant; Fern Young, corresponding secretary; Ethel Gardner, assistant. Lydla Sampson was chosen delegate to Mason City. There was an attendance of 27 at this meeting. The next meeting on May 10 is to be guest day at Lela Gardner's Lela Seely assisting. Sirs. Bishop Agroln Honored— An Algona district Methodist W. F. M. S. convention was .held at Fenton last week Wednesday. Mrs. A. A. Bishop was reelected president. . Mrs. A. E. Michel sang a group of songs. Other Algona ing women in attendance were Mesdames F. E. Sawyer, H. V. Hull, W. were not fulfilled In their cases, and they will probably have no chance of going. Enlistment Js for 6 Months. Enlistment Is for six months, and the applicant must agree to serve It out. In exceptional cases, for Instance where the applicant gets a permanent job, he may 'be allowed to withdraw. (Each recruit receives food, clothing, shelter, medical services, and 530 a'month. The men work eight lours a day five days a week, getting Saturday and Sunday off. The clothing furnished consists of overall suits similar to those used as work suits by army privates. Other Kossuth youths have sought to enlist, put cannot meet the requirement that their families have had poor fund aid. •Six months in the open, with necessities furnished and '$30 a month clear money, looks good, yet there are eligibles now on the poor list who are hesitant about enlist- There Is no compulsion about joining, but county authorities are anxious to get as many eligibles as possible enlisted to relieve the burden on the poor fund. Kossuth is allowed a maximum of SO enlistments, and if that number is reached dependents in the county will habeas corpus proceedings. son, Mrs. Skelly, Frank Miles, edi- The burning of cars belonging to i tor of the Iowa Legionaire, Adju- Harry Smith, o£ Rolling Green I tant R. J. Laird, and W. Earl Hall township, and R. A. McLean, of | state Legion commander. There JVIadelia, resulted in the arrest of j was a dance following the banquet. Lynch. ' Smith ia held in jail here,! The following Algonians attend- while McLean and iEd Galbraith, of ed: Messrs, and Mesdames Henry Comfrey. are in jail at Windom. Becker, L. M. Merritt, G. D. Brund- Galbraith assisted in burning the age, Theo Herbst; Mesdames John McLean car. I Button, Sheehan, Barry, Sawyer, H. In both instances the money ob- IL- Gilmore, Naudain, Post, Ann tained from the insurance com- """" ~" panies was to be used in payment for other cars. Leota PRIVATE HOTEL PARR ATTRACTS ATTENTION With the genius and the industry of a Father Dofoberstein, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dehnert are slowly build- Ing up a private park in the rear of their hotel which attracts the attention of all passersfoy. Among features are a 'lighthouse, a Dutch windmill, an old-fashioned atone well with a bucket like that celebrated in "The Old Oaken Bucket," an open-air fireplace, two fish pools, and two rock gardens. Other features are planned. Zittritsch, Clapsaddle, Stock, Hemphill, Fred and Morris Bartholomew, McCorkle, and Zeigler and L. E. Linnan. Arlene Sundlng Is Bride A few weeks ago the marriage of Mildred, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sunding, former Algona farmers who moved to a farm near Ames this spring, to Everett Hed- was reported, and now it but that her sister is also a bride, .having been married March 25 at Canton, S. D., to Irwin, son, of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kuecker, Whittemore. The event was kept secret from all but a few relatives and other intimates till it became known a week or so ago. The ceremony was performed by a Lutheran pastor at Canton. The new Mrs. Kuecker is a last year's Algona One of the pools lies "at" The foot !" gh , scho °' graduate, and is teach- atw ,, ll ,° i °; ing in the No. 5, Whittemore, or •""-'• She is of the windmills, against a background of rocks and shells. There is connection for a water cascade down the rocks into the pool. The fireplace is the real thing. A fire can 'be built in it and cooking done in the same way that it was done in the old-fashioned home fireplaces of a hundred years ago. One of the rock gardens will (lie planted to cacti; the other to small flowers such as grow among rocks. Trees have been planted to ornament the grounds. When the season is farther advanced the little •park will be one of the show places of the town. W.ichtendahl rural school. A. Foster, C. V. Hulse, W. H. Hodges, and Messenger. In the evening the following Algonians attended a Standard Bearers banquet: Mary Elizabeth Foster, Phylis Parsons, Janet Hertig, Martha DewSl, and Theo. Gaskill. Free Invitation Dance Tonight— A free invitation dance will be iven this evening at the Odd Fel- ows hall for members of the Al- -ona young married people's danc- ng club. A six-piece local organi- ation will furnish music. The club as nearly 75 members, and dances /ere held nearly every two weeks 11 winter. Membership in the club can to support themselves. requires that the couple be married and under 40. Lunches are usually served by members who bring covered dishes or sandwiches. receive '$7500 in the next six months, -\Vhich Is more than the county expended in the year before the depression. The board of supervisors will naturally be inclined to look with favor next .fall and winter on applicants for aid who were represented in the corps, thus proving they are willing to do what they NAZA«ENE, A* W. and Hazel Ir. win, 1'nstore—If you haven't attended the meetings at our church, come tonight. Many have been blessed, some have been saved, arul others sanctified. Jesus Is passing -this way. Will you come and meet Him as your Saviour, or will you miss this opportunity and meet him only at the Judgment without having been saved? We Invite the saved people of every church to these services and ask them to pray with us for the salvation of loved ones who are lost and will be lost eternally unless we pray, Come to the services each evening this week at 7:46 and to the Sunday services. Sunday Bible school, 9:45 a. m.; morning worship, 11; evangelistic service, 7:30. This is the last week of-meetings. METHODIST, C. V. Hulse, Pns- tor—The Aid meets this afternoon, Mrs. C. IL. Ingersoll's division in TRACK (Continued from page i.) Mrs. R. E. Brown Una Birthday— 'Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Clark entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Clark's mother, Mrs. R. E. Brown's birthday anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Schoby, Mason City, and their daughters Elizabeth and Jean. The table decorations were in orchid and lemon yellow, and the centerpiece was a birthday cake made by Mrs. Brown's granddaughter Jean. Mrs. Schoby is a daughter of Mrs. Brown. Bearers to Meet— The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet at the church Saturday at 2 o'clock; Wilma and Maxine Moore, Beulah Orton, and Irene Haines, hostesses. Dorothy Dailey will lead devotionals, and Jean Murtagh will review the last four chapters of Ling Yong. Louise 'Devine will tell of stations supported jy the children. There will be election of officers. Members are requested to take self-denial boxes to the meeting. Other Society. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained EDWARD ERICKSON FUNERAJJUESDAY Funeral services for Edward Erickson, who died at 6 a. m. Sunday at the Cacly home, were held at the Merritt Funeral Home Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. C. V. 'Hulse in charge, and burial was made in 'Riverview. Mr. Erickson was born January 1, 1868, at Madison, Wis., and was 65 at death. When he was two his parents came .here. His father was a tailor here many years. Edward Erickson followed the barber trade a while, then lived in the west 20 years, •at different locations. Twelve years ago Edward' returned to Algona, when his mother died, and he had been here ever since. After Mr. Cady's death he worked for Mrs. Cady, who had a city contract. He lived with the Cadys 11 years. Edward is survived by three brothers, Jack and Nels, -Los Angeles, and Clifford, Watertown, S. D.; also by four sisters, Mrs. Anna; 'Plumley, Mrs. A. W. Webster, and charge of program and luncheon ... j Event Instead of the district conferenc meeting as a unit this month, th east half will meet at Garner, th west half at Emmetsburg. The con ferences will be held May 15-16 An exchange of pulpits has 'bee arranged by the local pastor an the Rev. Fremont Faul, Titonka for next Sunday morning. Mr. Fau is serving his first year at Ti tonka. His address .here will ;be chalk talk. ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL, Loufe DennJnjirhoff, M. Th., Rector—Third Sunday after Easter: churcl school, 9:30 a. m.; choral euchar 1st and sermon, 10:30. From no\\ on and during the summer the 'hours of service will be as above i. e., 30 minutes advanced. f™ FI .! lS « L F™ EIUN ' M - A. Sjostrand, Pastor—The Confirmation class meets Saturday at 9:30 a m Sunday school Sunday at 10 a vesper worship, 7:30 p. m Kindly remember the Aid's bake sale Saturday jit Moe & SJogren's. TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN, P. J. Braner, Pastor—Next Sunday: Sunday school and Bible class, 9:30 a. m.; -German service, 10 . . The Aid meets today with Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach. PRESBYTERIAN - Communion service at 7:30 p. m., the Rev. S. H. Aten, Burt, in charge. New members will 'be accepted 'by letter on confession. third; 5 feet, 8. Vault—-Mueller (E), first; Cowan and Nordstrom tied for second; 9 feet, 9. Qliotput —- Cretzmeyer, first; Cowan, second; Thacker (E), 'third; 40 feet, 3. Discus—'Nordstrom,• first; Cretzmeyer, second; Clark (E), third; 96 feet, 7. Javelin—Cowan, first; Thacker (E), second; (Nordstrom, third; 154 feet, 11. The 880-yd. relay was won by Algona; Hilton, Sands, Norton, and Cretzmeyer running in 1:40. The mile relay was also won 1 Algona, Shackelford, Sarche Nordstrom, and Green running 1 4:08. Table of Points. Five points were awarded fo first place, three for second, an one for third. Tihe tabulated scor follows: Irviitffton Girl in Spelling Contest Irvlngton, May 2—Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, daughter Dorothy, Mrs. Martin Becker, and daughter Rachel go to Des Moines this week Friday, and Rachel will take part In a state spelling contest Saturday. They will attend a banquet in honor of the contestants Friday Seeks „„„ --.is reported tw f in is a candidate t™ "'A., President !&&!«* Gardner Cowl es , ro , ber of the board of n,7' 1 <l tion finance cont^ m.; „„„„„.. „„„ 1D the youngest daughter of her par- c b Monday afternoon at three „_»„ ™,._ ,_.,., ... tables of contract bridge, M»s. R. ents. The bridegroom's father has for some 20 years managed an elevator at Whittemore. Where the newlyweds will reside was not been announced. Mrs. Edw. Wichtendahl will entertain Saturday at a miscellaneous shower in the 'bride's honor, and the attendance of her mother and sister is expected. St. Benedict Girl is Bride- Mathilda Rahm, St. Benedict, and Arthur Ristau, Lu Verne, were at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Father T. J. Davern performed the ceremony. The couple were attended by the bride's sister iRosalie, St. Benedict, and the bridegroom's brother, Henry Jr., Livermore. A wedding dinner was served at noon at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Ben Dwenger. „— „._„ Mathilda is a daughter of Mrs. pupils are expected here today and i J °bn Bierl, of Templeton, and Mr tomorrow to take the state eighth i Rlstau a son of Herman Ristau^ grade examinations at the Bryant; Livermore. The couple are living school building in charge of Coun- wi th the Dwengers, and Mr. Ristau ty Supt. William Shirley. Nearly is employed on the farm. 175 other students will take the Guests at the dinner were- Mrs same examinations at various high Bier1 ' Templeton, daughter Adris schools in the county. The exam- \ and Reta; Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Bierl- mations are a part of the require- | Carroll; the Frank Youngwirths 8th Grade Pupils to Start on State Exams Here Today More than 100 rural eighth grade J. Keen winning the high score Guests of the club were Mesdames W. W. Sullivan, G. D. Shumway, D. E. Dewel, and D. T. Nugent. The W. C. T. U. meets at Mrs. Ellis McWhorter's next Tuesday 2:30, Mrs. E. N. Taylor, leader' There will be an explanation the repeal ballot for the June election. The Legion Auxiliary meets to morrow night at 8 o'clock at th Legion hall; Mrs. Hugh Post's d vision in charge of social hour The Methodist W. H. M S wi serve a 26c public supper at th church Saturday evening. A Congregational Aid meetin scheduled for today has been post poned till May 11. •*• ments of the state for rural school graduation and entrance .to school. high A state normal training examination will probably be held in the week of May 15. A new law requires normal training students to complete a regular high school four-year course before normal training is taken up. This will make all -normal training students high school post-graduates. Heretofore the normal training subjects have been taken in the last two years of high school work. Tax Assessment is Reduced 20 P. Cent The Haggard & Peterson tax assessment on two buildings reported last week represents a reduction instead of a raise. The two buildings, the Moe & Sjogren quarters and the newspaper and studio quarters, had a combined assessment of $12,500 in 1931-1932. Under regulations adopted this year by the state board of assessment and review, this was reduced 20 per cent to $10,000 for 1933, which was divided $5840 on the grocery building and $4160 on the other building. The misunderstanding about the alleged raise arose from the fact that the council, at its first meet- Lu Verne; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wagoner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ristau, Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Arndorfer and the M. A. Rahms, St. Benedict; the Louis Germanns Algona; Eleanor Rahm, St. Benedict; Emma Rahm, Lu Verne; and Rosie Rahm, St. Paul. Shower for sraifruerlte Tjadcn— Mrs. A. E. Hopkins, Mrs. H. J Bode, and Mrs. Frank Cruikshank entertained Saturday in honor of Marguerite Tjaden, who will be married to Walter Laage, Fenton, next inonth. The afternoon was spent at cards and at hemming dish towels. Card prizes were won by Elsie Willrett, high, Abbie Tjaden, low, and Mrs. Floyd Gardner travel. ' Following cards, ing, fixed the through error. value at $9,000 E. 11, Acres Is Dead. E. R. Acres, Decorah lawyer, died the night of April 18. He had tried a case in court that day. Algona oldtimers remember him aa the attorney who, 30 years ago, came here frequently to demand injunctions against druggists who held liquor permits. He was a brother Mrs. W. E. G. Saunders, Emmetsburg. Another Wdtteiuore Permit. Whittemore, May 2 — Kathryn Haag, of the Haag cafe, has secured a Class B permit to sell beer • °.nd Martin Eischeid is remodeling "° pool hall to serve lunches and ~ a similar permit. the honoree opened many gifts presented by the guests, and lunch was served. Out of town guests were: Mrs Glen Burt, Armstrong, daughter Elizabeth; Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, daughter Betty Jean, Dickie Wilberg, Mrs. O. J. Ranney, and Mrs W. H. Widdel, all of Fenton. County llebekiihs Hold ConyenUoni There was a county Rebekah convention at Titonka Friday, and the following Algonians attended: Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Herman and the Mesdames C. C. Wright, William Dehnert, Hazel Casler, Maro Moore, Henry Dund, Anton Anderson. Mrs. C. C. Wright was elected vice president of the county organization. The local delegation's part of the program was to demonstrate balloting on candidates. There were talks during the day by Mrs. May Welch, Des Moines, past president of the Rebekah assembly, and by the past I. O. O. F. grand master, L. L. Lemming, also of Des Moines. In the evening Rose Viall, grand warden, of Cedar Falls, gave an address and was in charge of degree work. Plum Creek Club Elects— The 'Plum Creek Social and Literary club met at Fern Young's last week Wednesday; [Ruth Davidson, assisting hostess. R O H ca n was ALGONIANS SECOND IN TYPING MEET Typing and stenographic pupil from upwards of a dozen nortl Iowa schools took part in a con test at Mason City Saturday The Mason City delegation carried of all first honors, while the Algona nigh school won second in ev< event save one. Among other public high schools' represented were Greene, Britt and Northwood. St. Cecelia's academy was also represented. The local high school delegation consisted of Ruth Kriekenbaum teacher, Donald Parsons, Valeria Pickett, Violet Norman, Evelyn Smith, Adris Anderson, Dorlys Knudsen, Thelma Blinkman, iLa- vonne Larson, and Ruth Turner David C. Ward, high school teacher, and Adris Anderson drove cars The contest took place in the forenoon, and in the afternoon the delegation visited the stores and attended a movie. As a result of the contest Algona is entitled to enter a state contesi at Des Moines. Two Answer False Alarm to Farm Fire George St. John and Frank Kohlhaas answered a fire call to the H. E. Ward farm, north of Algona, last week Wednesday evening at 9 o'clock, but on arriving they found the Wards were only turning brush. A neighbor had Burned in the alarm, thinking that .he Ward barn was on fire. The Wards live only a half mile south of where the Sarchet tragedy occurred a few months ago. Lincoln Drys Organize. 'Lakota, May 2r-C,incoln township drys met at Center school 'house Friday to perfect a township organization. Henry Patterson was elected permanent chairman, Mrs J. H. Warburton, secretary, and B' F. Edwards was elected delegate A Judge and two clerks were appointed for the June 20 election. Helse Granddaughter Honored. 'Lilian Arent, Griiuiell college freshman, granddaughter of Mr and Mra. C. T. Helse. Algona, will' be chairman next year of the foreign relations committee of the Grinnell young woman's Christian association. Mrs. Frank Colgrove, all of Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. George Wilson, Granton, Wis. Another sister, Mrs. Jack McLaughlin, Aberdeen, S. D., died only six weeks ago. None of t&e relatives came for the funeral. Oscar, Anton, and Albert Anderson and Mrs. F. A. Newvllle are' cousins. Mr. Erickson was sick nearly two years, 'but was bedfast only part of the winter. He had pancreatic cancer and complications. Pair bearers were: H. W. Post Oliver Moe, Charles Reaper, J W Kelly, M. iE. Worster, and GalbraTth. HIGH SCHOOLS MUSIC FEST DRAWS CROWD A capacity audience heard the assembled high school musicians of Willis More Windbreaks on County Farms Will Be Planted Sylvan Runkel, extension forester from the state college, Ames came to Algona April 26 to direct the starting of wood lots and wind- oreaks 'on farms near Swea City and the Cotton farm near Lone Rock. More than 450 spruce trees were to be planted on each farm Replacement trees were planted on the farms of A. Hutchison Sherman township, J. M . Patterson, south of Algona, Charles Eggerth, near Lakota, and Simon beverson, near Swea City. The original wood lots on these farms* were planted two or three the Algona school auditorium 'Saturday •mg, when the annual music festival took place. More than '500 pupils took part, and in addition the audience numbered 850 Practically all of the county high schools were represented with pupils m each selection. This festival was first held yast year, and its success then convinced school au- 23 tt must be an annual The first group of selections w * s given by an orchestra of 150 pieces. Following were other group sele c : tions: girls glee club, 150 voices- Junior fergft sc&ool boys and girls' 125 voices; boys glee club of 100 and girls Algona Emmetshuri 100-yd. dash 5 4 220-yd. dash 6 3 440-yd. 6 4 Half mile 8 1 Mile 9 x 120-hlgh 'hurdles 1 8 120-yd. low hurdleS-5 4 880-yd. relay 5 x Mile relay 5 x Shotput 8 1 Discus 8 I Vault 4 5 Javelin 6 3' Broad jump 5 4 High jump 3 6 Totals 83 44 250 GARDEN PLOTS SECURED FOR POOR The board of supervisors, the county Red Cross chairman, Dr. M. . Bourne, and local chairmen met n the courtroom Friday morning o discuss projected gardens for poor relief. J. C. State horticultural plained methods of Cunningham, expert, ex- organization ollowed elsewhere in the state and gave advice on the local problem. More than 250 garden plots in he county are now at the disposal 'f the Red Cross, and this is about H the land needed. Seed distribution will be handled by local hairmen, who will also have harge of canning and storage next all. Two .hundred sets of seeds vere recently bought by the board. ^roblems of spading smaller plots nd plowing larger ones, and products to be grown, were discussed t the meeting. The advisability f cutting grocery allowances for ersons working the gardens and he question of allowing a special ax reduction on lands donated ere also discussed. Local ,Red Cross chairmen In harge of the work follow: Algona 3octor .Bourne; Whittemore, Mrs. [. E. Woodward; Wesley, Mrs. ertha iLooft; L,u Verne, Dr. A J ' lason; Titonka, Ray ancroft, Mrs. G. W. Bonacker; Carmean; "band 1 . 200 voices; and 175-piece n. gave three selections, all schools taking part were represented in each group. EacTof =„ ,. msic of the one »r more selec- ago Win. Amnns Are Divorced. A decree was filed a week granting to Jessie Aman a from WlTilajn Aman Mrs was also granted custody ' of the' four children, June, Thelma SfCl^?^ A-settlement a month ago.. years Trees for groves will also be planted on the Fred Peterson and! bwanson farms, near Armstrong ^fl-?,™ e T 8 l er farm at Bancroft, and the John McGutfre farm, near Algorra. Algona Nine Loses Opener at Ledyard The Algona baseball team was defeated. 8-4, in the first game of the season by Ledyard at Ledyard Scored .Ledyard scored two in the second, two more in the sixth and Bthe , Seventh> ^ sc °re'then 8-1 in Ledyard's favor, but to three more n th N £ SCOreS were n the ninth. Bruns, Wander, Junor Kelly, and Miner scored for Alrona. Wander knocked two fine hits, .one a three-bagger, the other a two-bagger. Kelly had three hits to his credit Moulton led the Led- yarders with two runs, and Klinksiek, Greene Garner, Krammers- meier, Laurttzen, and Carpenter Had one run apiece. he su f mon f tne support of each cMld, and the home has been deeded to the chll! dreit. May 2—-The Burt school ball team won the championship hy in a close game Wednesday high Burt, G. J. F. Vogel; Swea City, Mrs. Ida Larson; Ledyard, George Dunn; Fenton, Mrs. William Weisbrod; Lone Rock, Mrs. W. J. Cotton ; Lakota, Mrs^H. H. Murray. City Plans to Lay a New Water Main A new water main to furnish additional fire protection for State street business buildings will toe laid at once from the light and power plant three blocks ealst on Call street This main will provide a 6-mch stream of water. Three hydrants are planned, each to have two 2%-in. hose connections and a 3-Inch connection for the pumn- Jf g fnslne. In case of a serious fire this additional water Mne will permit stringing hose from Call street to any section of the business district and will double the present water supply 1 -* Tractor Runs Over Foot. 'St. Joe, May 2—Clarence Paulson one of the men in Mr. Snater's road crew, has a crushed foot, suffered one day last week, when a caterpillar tractor backed up and ran over it. Mr. Paulson is wearing: a cast and will be unable to work for some time. HA^Fbs ADDRBSSOGUAPH your mailing list and save you the ex- LT1 *" d drUd P. r * «* typing, our B. Women's Activities mm -^"~™—*«^^^i^™ Mrs. J. Hofbauer was hostess to German township Farm Bureau woman's project leaders last week Tuesday afternoon, when poster 1°' *± 0 ? h ° n Achievement da! Special Planned. Last year German 995 points out of 1,'OOQ. Six scored . will model Following the making of the posters, the H. D. A. explained ^ L?!: oJ , ect ' whl <* will be nex sec- Dad Arrested; Son J. p. Beimond, May 2—Fred Subject ook a drink too many, then told ™l e he got **• towit - f rom C. K Oldham, whereupon Oldham waa rrested, but he had to be taken to •larlon for preliminary hearing ecause the only justice of the ^eace here is his own son. The Marlon J. p. held him to the grand ury, and in default of bond he was two course luncheon. Sixteen leaders attended- Me<? J°hn Sleper and Guy Bar ' ailed. Doris long (Jlyes Talk. Grinnell, Apr. 25-^Dorls Long of Igona, Grinnell college senior ave a ta>lk on the history of relig- ous drama at the Congregational hurch "here Sunday, when two re- glous plays were presented under be auspices of the religious edu- ation committee of the Iowa Fed- ration of Woman's clutoa Miss ong used plays as Illustrations. a Tena Spear, Mrs. Kobus Tjaden Mrs. Calvin Schnucker Mrs. "" Portland Leaders Plan Booth. An unusually clever ? r °6«im- ture t«.«*s^M3rSJB accessories made from one of the training school lessons. A cov ered-dish luncheon was served at Sale of Dresse; In connection with our Alteration and Progress of Values Sales "Algona's. Busy Store" We call your attention to this exceptional sale of uJ grade Spring Dresses—not a lot of "left-™.,»" good, clean stock from the best assorted S 5 , m i northern Iowa. Here are dresses- St ranges from features Four big racks filled with attractive frocks for. occasion, morning, afternoon, and evening Not P ?J sale garments but high-class merchand"se ca r !l and expertly made and designed to sell for ' Ul ' we are asking for them at this sale. Dresses are grouped as follows: $2.88 $4.88 $5.88 $7.81 NOW 'Dependon' Ston Says: are a " of us ' er. ney and Too VEGETABLES G ° lden Wax Beans - Red ] H ° miny - C ° rn ' Pumpkins, Ton 10 Cents FRUITS Cherries, Pitted ange ' Peaches ' Gral> , Peara ' IP Cents AKRE'S 113 8. DODGE Project Lesson In Swea. Ha T rne e ?s y 'SIT m f at Mrs - <>*<>• ,rs.rl~™™™x r w» V. 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