Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 1
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ALGONA, IOWA, FBBHUARY t3* Mat Tourney Saturday M • ^^ ^^ A • ._ _ _ _ . ' ~~ ~' " " - ^^B^r^ %E SIGNED C-H CONTRACT Minstetter Expects to End the Drive in Another Week. FOUR SCHOOLS County Agent Bonnstetter report- d ye"tenlay that, the whirlwind ounty corn-hog sign-up campaign "as in sight of a victorious end. 1 According to Mr. Bonnstetter here are 3009 farmera ^ In the iunty. UP to yesterday 2200-con- .acts had *een signed. There are ifew more sign-up meetings to be •Mr. Bonnstetter figured that by i end of 'the week all tout some Kossuth farmers will have ned. In a few cases sign-ups are ng delayed for lack of required ^formation, failure of landlord ind tenant to agree, etc. [The campaign has been coriduct- I by temporary township commit- es throughout the county, with J. Bode, Algona, as temporary mty chairman. High tribute is Jd to the personnel of the entire lounty organization. Every com- liitteeinan has worked untiringly at he expense of both time and mon- No such example of county co- I'peration has ever been Been be- JTG» Permanent Organization Next. The next thing on the program is he permanent township and county irganizations. In every township hree directors ,are to be chosen by he contract signers, and after all lave 'been chosen 'the directors will neet at Algona to elect, the county Irganization. | Mr, Bonnstetter is already send- ng out directions for the township peelings. The present temporary hainnan in each township is , to all a meeting of the township contact 'signers at which the chair- nan will preside. At the meeting i temporary secretary will be nam- " to keep minutes, which must be ertified and filed with the county Irganization. How Directors,Elected.. -;,. I After the secretary is named the k>H will be called, the purpose of be meeting will be stated', and the [rticles of the corn^hog association " be read. The chairman will i name two tellers to collect ommating .ballots on township di- I The votes will be tallied, and fiere will then be a vote on the ies of .the two men receiving the fit nominating ballots. The win' ^1" . b ? the dul . y elected town- per- TO ENTER 3RD ANNUAL MEET Burt, Lu Verne, Grant Gilmore City to Be Represented. •Lu Verne, Feb. 6— The third annual county wrestling tournament will be held at the Lu Verne high school (Saturday afternoon. The first session will open at 1 p. m. and the finals at 7:30. Four schools will take part: Grant, >Burt, Gilmore City, and Lu Verne. There will be .plenty of strength in every weight. Grant will bring a good team whioh once tied Burt but fell to the short end of a 14-11 score late in the season. Barger, in the 105-lb. class, Soever in the 115-lb. class, and Pederson, in the 155-lb. class, are outstanding men from Grant. A stiff battle is expected between Stewart, of 'Burt, in the 105-lb. class, and Barger, of Grant, state, of Gilmore City, is strong in the 125-Jb. class, the only boy wfao has defeated Mattoon, of Lu Verne, this year. Peck, also of Gilmore City, oa outstanding in the 115-lb. class. Burfs Team Strong. Burt has a strong team which haa won six' out of nine starts this season. The team is exceptionally well balanced. Stewart should be a winner in ihis class, for last year he placed fourth in the state meet, and he has improved greatly this year. Carter, also of 'Burt, and Farrell, of Lu Verne, are expected to put up a warm fight in the 145-lb. Denny Myers, Former Algona High School Football Star Is Chosen as Line Coach at Yale Algonians were proud to learn last week-end that Dennis Myers had been made line football coach at Yale university, .New Haven, Conn. No one was more delighted than J. F. Overmyer, former superintendent of schools, who has for many years kept an interested eye on his former pupil. Dennis is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Myers, and his father has a well known automobile junk yard A sports column story about Myers 19 reprinted from the Mason City GIobe-Gazette on anotli. er page. school course he starred for Algona in both basketball and foot- iball, besides being prominent other school sports. in . »P director. A list of all ms voting must be attached to the (mutes. ie newly elected director will take the chair and call for ballots .for two town"P committeemen. After an- ^ril^^'t there & lour men who re; number of the two highest in elected What Director* Do. class. Pederson, at Grant, defeated Carter early in the season in the 165-lb. class, but up to date Farrell la undefeated. Little is known bere of Burt's strength in other classes, but Coach Bowie always develops a strong, tournament team, and much is expected of the Burt boys again this year. Lu Verne Team Undefeated. Coach iFred iGrabau, of iL*u Verne, will enter an undefeated team which won six matches out of as many starts. Lu Verne and Burt, toowever, have not met so far this year. With a well-balanced club, Lu Verne is finishing a successful season. The Lu Verne team has several undefeated boys. Smith, a strong 85-pounder, has won twice over tReed, of Grant, Batchler, of Eagle Grove, McCormick, of Gilmore City, and Huntley, Clarion, Lichty is also undefeated, having won all five of his matches, and •he will .be a strong contender in the 95-lb. clase. Wille, of 'Lu Verne, former county champion 105-pounder, will wrestle in 115-<lb. class in this tournament. He has won all six of his matches. Up to date his hardest tussle was witih Soever, of north o£ the Milwaukee depot. He grew up here and in 1926 was graduated from the Algona high school. In the local schools he was both a good student and an all-around athlete. Throughout his high CORN-HOG OFFICE PUT UPTO BOARD A group of corn-hog leaders will appear before the board of supervisors today to ask that a part of the courtroom be set aside for a corn-hog office. It is planned to take out a few rows of seats at the rear of the room and build a temporary partition. The office mil be used by the permanent county corn-hog chairman who is to be elected by the township committeemen, ,H. J. Bode is temporary county chairman. The corn-hog county board will use the same office, and an office force will be kept at work during the lifetime of the contracts. The present single-room Farm Bureau office in the basement o the courthouse is too small to car for the number of callers expected The courtroom will be a euitabl waiting place when there are nu merous callers. The courtroom is seldom .filled t capacity in term time, and th court work could be carried on i the remaining quarters. As a rul the only times when the room i filled is at meetings of organiza tions. No court casea recently hav attracted a crowd big enough t more than half fill the room. The farmers do not want to pa rent for other quarters when spac in the courtroom can be had at n expense. Though he was a poor boy he was urged to enter the university, and a way was found for him. iiiere he also made good from the start. iHe remained at the university till graduation and played stellar football, it was said of him that he could play more .positions than any other man on the squad. At Iowa City, as here, his scholarship record was .good. Mr Overmyer was told that the athletic authorities never had to worry about Myers' eligibility, for he- always made good at his studies. After Dennis left the university •ne played professional football in Ohio two years. For the last two years he has been assistant to Coach lEarle Neale, of West Virginia. Neale also goes to Yale as first assistant to Raymond Pond head coach. Cooking School Recipes All recipes demonstrated by Miss Gladys looney at the Cook- »ng School Monday, Tuesday and yesterday will be found on Page 2 of today's Advance. It is suggested that housewives clip and save them. Mat Match. (Continued on page 8.) relative to or ta /.«»»._ ' Wneton° jjc con »-|">* section, Autoists Who Paid Too Much Will Get / Return from State County Treasurer M. C. Duffy received word last Thursday from Oie secretary of state that it would not be necessary for persona entitled to refunds on the automobile licenses to make application for it. When the 'bill cutting the fees on cars more than three years became law it was at first necessary to make application, 'but a later amendment authorized the motor vehicle department to make refund without application. Only cars registered more than three times draw the refund. In the fourth year a reduction of 25 per cent is made from the list price on which the license is figured, and thereafter each year a reduction is made till this part of the tax is extinguished and only the weight of the car is taken into consideration at 4Qc cwt. LOOKS LIKE 1934 MAY BE DRY YEAR The month of January slipped by without (half the rainfall usuall recorded during the month. MOB of the .49 inch recorded Jell in th first week of the month, and littl was registered later to bring the record to the normal of 1.07 inchei for January. Rainfall for the year 1933 was 7.67 inches below normal, and 1934 is beginning the same way. A tota of only 12 inches of snow has been recorded this year. In October only .84 inch rainfal was recorded, against a normal o: 2.43; in November only .40 inch against normal of 1,55; and in December only .71 inch against I inches normal. This shows thai there is a deficiency of 3.75 inches rainfall in the last four months. Temperatures in the .last week follow: High (Low Teacher Comes Down With Scarlet Fever Margaret (Hullerman, Algona teacher, was taken to the Kossuth hospital Saturday evening with «carlet fever, and SUeona Krampe, who. roomed with Miss Hullerman, is under quarantine for exposure. Mrs. D. E. Dewel is substituting tor Miss HuJlerman, and Mrs. £). 0. McMahon for Miss Kramipe. Miss Hul- Jerman is reported doing well. Two Out of Jail, George Lappe, who had been in the county jail four months, was released yesterday. He was sentenced -for breaking parole on a former sentence. Homer Lawson, Wesley, was also released, after a ten day sentence. JD». f, T. Seder N. F* T. Seeley suffered 9, ftroke a week ago Sunday which atf«cfce4 hey speech and hearing. Sfce to etiU confined to toed. Mr. and Mw, P, B. Seeley are caring waa Iwr ftrft stroke. January 30 28 -6 January 31 43 62 February 1 33 8 February 2 42 25 February 3 57 19 February 4 35 13 February 5 —29 21 Algona Girl Will Broadcast Monday Marcel la, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Nickells, will be one of a group of Drake university students who will broadcast over WHO next Monday afternoon at 4:30. The program will be directed by Paul Stoye, head of the Drake university department of music, and Miss Nickells will play the piano. Mr. Nickella is Kossuth Maytag representative, with offices at R. O. Bjustrom's'store. Storage Battery Dispute, A charge of unlawful retention of an automobile storage battery against Edward Juchem, Bancroft, brought by H. D. Olapsaddle was dismissed in Justice White's court Saturday, when Juchem returned the battery and paid charges, He bad the battery 41 days,. Mrs, Helmers Loses Mother. Mrs. Anna Helmers recently received news of the death of her motfoer near Freeport, III., at the age of 93. Mrs. Helmers and one or her aons attended the funeral, P. 0, TESTS HERE FOR! THREE TOWNS Fourteen persons wrote examinations at the high school Saturday under direction of M. J. McCall for the Jobs of postmaster at Swea City, Bode, and Fenton respectively. There were eight Swea City- ans, two Bode applicants, and four from Fenton. Persons from Swea City writing were Mrs. Ida E. Larson, Daniel W. Fults, Viola L. Swanson, J. A. Seylar, Edwin C. Hovey, Lester A Haglund, Walter M. Bovis, and Esther Godden. Writing from Bode were Mrs. Margaret C. Sauer and William Hammer, and from Fenton Editor J. A. Schwartz. Irene M. Newel, Walter R. Wolfe, and Glenn W. Ditsworth. It is expected that examinations will be held soon for ,the postoffices at Bancroft, Lakota, Lu Verne, and ALGONA TAKES LEAD IN B, B, TOURNAMENT Final Rounds Dated This Week-End at Webster City The second round in the North Central Six basketball tournament was played at the Algona high school gymnasium last night before a capacity crowd. Extra -seats had to be placed around the edges of the floor. The first game was played by Hampton and Webster City, the second by Clarion and Eagle Grove, and the third by Algona and Humboldt. .Results were: Hampton 31, Webster City 17; Clarion 23, Eagle Grove 20; Algona 22, Humboldt 18. This puts Algona in first .place. Algona Tied for Lead. 'Before the tournament began Algona and Webster City were tied for first place in the conference, with four wins and one loss each. This gave each team a .percentage of .800. Eagle Grove was in third place, with three wins and two defeats, or a .percentage of .600. Hampton was third, with three wins and three losses, .500. Humboldt had two wins and four losses, percentage .333. Clarion trailed with only one win and six losses, percentage only •143* The results of games at Hampton Tuesday evening were: Algona 34, Eagle Grove 29. •Hampton 18, Clarion 12. Webster City 34, Humboldt 29. Final Saturday Night. The next round will be played at Webster City tomorrow evening: 7, Algona vs. Clarion; 8, Hampton vs. Humboldt; 9, Eagle Grove VB. Webster City. Saturday afternoon the schedule at Webster City will 'be: 1 o'clock. 2 BIG CRIMINALS PASS THRU ALGONA A desperate criminal who is suspected as a murderer and identified as a kidnaper, .passed through Algona early Friday morning, and the following morning a fellow criminal followed. Each man traveled luxuriously in a private Pullman on the C. M. & St. P. & p. line, but neither did so voluntarily. For they were en route ito stand trial for kidnaping, and over their heads hang.s the threat of life imprisonment. They Verne Sankey, and one Alkorn. 'Sankey confessed, following a grilling at Chicago, that he kid- naped Charles Boettcher II, Denver, and later kidnaped Haskell John, St. Paul. Efforts to link him with the fatal kidnaping of the Lindbergh baby have been unsuccessful. Heavily guarded by five agents of the .federal department of justice, and in the custody of Melvin Purvis, Chicago, head of the bu reau of investigation, Sankey was loaded aboard a special car at the rear of the Sioux, which had been held up 25 minutes at Chicago for that purpose. The .prisoners were being taken to Sioux Falls for trail are CORN LOANS ARE HEARING MILLION TOP Only $47,000 Needed to Raise Total to One Million. CORN LOADS RECORD. Monday Night, Heretofore BUS. Amt. Reported 1,967,340 J886.8H8 Today's List 147,582 66,418 Totals 2,114,923 $953,260 ATTENDANCE UP 50 PCT, FROM 1933 i Capacity of Bryanf Assembly Room Is ( Taxed Daily. j Attendance Monday, Tuesday, an«f yesterday shattered all records for the four cooking schools conducted by the Advance. Tine opening da* brought a crowded house, and eveit after 100 additional chairs had been Wesley. Up to yesterday noon nothing had developed as regards disposition of the Algona postmastership, vacated by the death of S. J. Backus. Since the Backus term would expire anyhow in a month or two, nothing may toe done before that time. In the meantime Assistant Postmaster Glen Raney is in charge. Whittemore Cattle Truck Runs Into a Bridge and Upsets Whittemore, iFeh. 6—Joseph Faser, Lawrence Keene, Elmo Barber, and William Metzger each drove a truckload of Mr. Metzger's cattle to Sioux City for the Saturday market, and on the way Mr. Taber, blinded by lights of a car from the west, ran into the railing of a narrow bridge on state road No. 10 this side of Merrill. The box of his truck was broken and the cattle were thrown out. The driver of a 10-wheel truckload of horses following the Faber ruck was also blinded and ran in- o the cattle, killing or maiming our of them. He avoided hitting he Faber truck by driving off an 8-ft. embankment. No damage re- ulted. Mr. Barber and Mr. Metzger ar- ived at the scene of the accident 5 minutes later. Academy Is Loser to .Bancroft Five The Academy basketball team was defeated, 35-10, by St. John's Academy, Bancroft, Monday even- ng at Bancroft. The local .boys rere unable to sink baskets last nougb to keep up with .the Ban* roft team. Tomorrow evening the acred Heart Academy team, Fort Dodge, comes here, and this will be n interesting game, for the locals vill try to even up {or a 33-13 de- eat some weeks ago. Special ames will be played Sunday after oon against Whittemore here. Hampton vs. Algona; 2, Eaifle' Grove vs. Humboldt; 3, Webster City vs. Clarion. In the evening Eagle Grove will play Hampton, Humboldt will play Clarion, and the final game of the tournament will be Algona ve Webster City. The two highest teams in the conference will not meet till this flrial game, which promises to be highly interesting. Humboldt is Coming. The next regular scheduled game for Algona is against Humboldt on the local floor next Tuesday evening. A week from Tuesday night wall see the final game of the season for Algona against Swea City, there. The dates of the county tournament are February 22-23-24-26 at the Algona gymnasium. A sectional tournament will be held here March 1-2-3. 4-COUNTY LEGION-AUX MEETINGJS PLANNED IL. M. Merritt, county Legion commander, announces a four- county Joint Legion-Auxiliary meeting— Emmet, Palo Alto, Winnebago, Kossuth — at Swea 'City Tuesday, February 27, at 8 p. m. at BANKER RUBEY TO LEAVE BURT; SELLS INTEREST IN BANK The Burt community received with surprise last week announcement that F. E. Rubey had-sold his interest in the Burt Savings bank effective February 1, and would be succeeded by 8. C. Getting, Vesta, Minn. Mr. iRubey, who came from Ames and helped organize the bank three years ago, was executive vice president. The bank has from the first been considered one of the safest banks in Iowa, and so remains. Dr. W. T. Peters, Burt, is president, and J. T. Heaney, formerly of Ledyard, is cashier. IL. E. Linnan, Algona, is a member of the board of directors, and other membera, besides 'Doctor Peters and Messrs. 'Rubey and Heaney, are <J. "W. Bleich, Senator Patterson, and Editor MacArthur. The only board change is the substitution of Mr. Getting for Mr. Rubey. Mr. Getting, who has been in the banking business 19 years, was for seven years cashier of a 'Lamberton, Minn., bank, but of late has been a Minnesota bank receiver in charge of banking trusts in the New Ulm neighborhood. He is married but has no children. Though 'Mr. IRubey came to Burt from Ames, where he was living while children were being educated, his old home was in the Farragut, Fremont county, neighborhood,: where he was formerly a banker, and where, it ia reported, he is now considering banking opportunities. Fremont county is the southwesternmost county in Iowa. the Legion hall. Leo J, (Duster, Iowa James department I. iDolliver, Cedar Rapids, commander, Fort Dodge, , eighth district commander, and others prominent in the atate Legion and the Auxiliary will be on the program. Dancing or other entertainment will be provided under direction of the Swea City post and unit, and the Swea City unit will :oth girls' and boys' teams lay. will Carlson to Speak. Wesley, Feb. «—The Oongrega- onal Young People's society Ijere rill told an open meeting and give program at the church this week Way evening. The Rev. Mr. Carton, Algona Presbyterian pastor, will take part. serve lunch. -Everyone eligible to membership in tfhe Legion or Auxiliary is invited, whether a member or not. A registration fee of 25c a person will cover all charges, including lunch. Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City is county Auxiliary chairman. Three Here Write Short Wave Exams H. M. Vinson, Vaugfon Rising, and Harold Roth, Whittemore, took amateur radio operators' examinations at Minneapolis over the week-end. The licenses will be forwarded from Washington, D. C., within a few weeks, and will give them authority to broadcast on the amateur short-wave band. There were two sets of examinations, code and technical. Mr. Viinson, who already had a license and has done considerable broadcasting here, took an advanced test. Injured in Explosion. f iLone Rock, Feb. «HE?mil Laabs is suffering frpnj awere burns'on hi& face^and ihands caused by tlie) explosion of a Delco iLight plant at bis farm. He was alone at the time, trying to detect trouble in the plant. Burt FarnUr Unfortunate, Burt, Feb. $—The Anthony Jandla have 'been quarantined for scarlet feyer for several weeks; AJ1 jnem- bers except Mr. Jandl wd the oldest son bare 'had the disease, but ^ ' ' Mr. Rubey is considered an able and ultra-safe banker. Auto Licenses for 1934Rise to 5126 Automobile licenses for 1934 totaled 5126 Tuesday afternoon, 176 more than had been issued last year on the same day. This is considered a good indication of better times. .Last year a penalty was attached for January. Extra time this year made it possible for autoists to get licenses at a time when other taxes have been paid and they have the money. Many stored cars last year are again out on the road. The total number of licenses issued in 1933 was 6171, which leaves more than 1000 drivers yet to register. It is supposed, however, that some cars have been junked, probably others stored. New cars will probably make the total for the year greater than last year at the present rate. Autoists still have till Saturday night to get licenses without penalty of a dollar a month. Last week's doubt that the corn loans m Kossuth would reach a million now seems a risky guess, for the total is now more than $953,000, lacking only $47.000 of the million. The total number of bushels now pledged in the county has within the last week gone to nearly 115,00 above two millions. The slackening in filings at the county recorder's office ie now pronounced, and filings promise to cease altogether before March 1. The deadline is midnight February 28. The last week's filings .by townships follow: Burt. A. D. Richards, Sec. 8 Bunt, 1400 bu. Ruth Figures compiled last night revealed at total cooking school attendance of 1130. 1 secured there were .still a few- women standing. By courtesy ott the Bryant teaching force and Bert Cronin, janitor, enough more chair* mor* eve» Krueger, Sec. 6 Bunt, ¥630 450 $203 Ruth B. Hodgson, Section 25 Burt, 900 bu. Ruth E. Hodgson, Section 25 Burt, $405 900 $40 , 5 Loans. [Continued on Page 3.] MONEY ASKED FROM NORTH END FARMER Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser, ; and County Attorney M. C. McMahon tiave been investigating threaten- ng notes received of late by Anthony Shaw, well-to-do Swea township farmer. The notes, seven in all, were at Jifferent times left at points on his :arm, sometimes on the porches of his house, at other times elsewhere 1 where they would easily be found. The notes demanded that $1,700 be left at a place five miles north of East Chain. None were sent hrough the mails, so federal authorities are not working on the case. 25 Years Sentence for Sibrel Robber Trank Kesler, 39, Webster City, one of the principals 1 in the recent eibrel robbery and kidnaping at Emraeteburg in which two Algona boys, >Pe}mar McFadijlen and Harold Speraw, were implicated, was tried before a jury in the EmmetB- burg distract court last week and found guilty. Judge Davidson imposed a sentence of 05 years in the penitentiary. It was thought at first that the 1 ;hreats were the work of a prac- ical Joker, but when the notes con- Jinued Mr. Shaw brought them to Algona and turned them over to •he authorities. t Sheriff Dahlhauser is of the be- ier that the notes are the work of neighboring boys, and are not of a gangster type. .Mr. Shaw, a bachelor, lives with us mother on a farm in Swea township, near the Emmet county line, and he has been successful financially. He recently took four loads of cattle to Chicago. Independents Win From Livermore Following two high school basketball games between Livermore and Algona on the local floor Saturday evening, the Algona and the laveraore independents played at were secured. For Tuesday's school 140 chairs were installed, but then the crowd taxed capacity.. with more than 450 women in attendance. Monday and Tuesday** sessions alone had an attendance which more than equalled that of all three days in 1933. The response to Gladys Looney- who conducted the school, was en£ thusiastic, and the fact that many women attended all three days attests her popularity and the excellence of her methods. Ruth Turner.. Algona girl, was Miss Looney's assistant. Business Houses Represented. The business booths this yea* were much more elaborate than irt preceding years. A dining room andl a living room installed by the Foster furniture store were excellent in taste and design. Attractive kitchen and bedroom displays wer4 installed by the Richardson furniture store. .Included in the dininw room displays were goods from th» Bbrchardt jewelry department showing tableware, and a lace tablecloth from the Chrisohilles A Herbst store. The C. & H. store also had a dis- playof curtaina which added to the furniture exhibits. Tie Goedera company, with a display of children's clothes, and Christensea Bros., with hosiery, added attractions for the many women who attended the school. The James drug etore had a booth of Cara 'Nome toilet preparations which attracted general attention. A box of the powder was given away each of the last two afternoons. List of Prizewinners. Salada Tea prize winners Monday's school were: at Mrs. E. Skilling, Mrs. C. K. Clark. Mrs. M. V. Parsons, MM. M. O. Frandsen, Mary L. Krantz, Mrs. R. M. McAtee, Mrs. • Jerome Hawkins. Wesley, Mrs. Robert Hoover, Mrs! 'Fred Stalling, Mrs. C. T. Ellsworth, Zora L. .Keith, Mra. H. A. Tuttlef Mrs. R. W. Caldwell. Mrs. Ole Moe, Mrs. K. A. Harvey.. Mrs. Carroll Johnson, Mrs. W. J Gorman, Mrs. Jos. Kelly, Mrs. C; L Ingersoll Mrs. M. O. Richard*. Jane Walker, Mrs. J. .JD. Magon! Lena Zimmerman, Mrs. L. W. Haubach, Mrs. 'Lloyd Elston, Burt, Minnie Kutschara, Mrs. L. E. Hudson. Mrs H. M. Hauberg, Mrs. A. Zitt* ritsch. Salt, Bacon, Coffefe. Morton salt prizewinners wewt Mrs. Jesse Riddle, Mrs. H. C. Gud- enan, Mrs. W. C. irelan, Mrs. Harvey Crouch, Mrs. (Paul Baker, School. (Continued on no extra admission The Algona Girt is Mother. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph, Peter, south of Lone Hock, are parents of * «frl,. their first child, born Janii- ay 23. The, baby was baptized Velda Louise at the Burt (Lutheran church Sunday by the Hev. L. (Bjdhmann, pastor. Mrs. Peter was formerly Ida Tietst, o,f Algona, to Stag* Play, The men of the Poan churdh will present a pjay, Henry's 1*41 Order Wife, yn4ay night, February 1?. " Henry Guobons,^ charge. by A at the half and 42-26 at the end of the last quarter. Wdllard high school coach at Wesley, was high point scorer for Algona, making ten baskets and five free throws, which credited him with 25 or the 42 points Algona won. Pearson was second for Algona, making four baskets. Almost enough players for a second team were sent in by Algona to finish the game. Titonka Is Host at 2nd Teams Tourney Titonka, Feb. 6— The first second-team basketball tournament sver held in the county took place n the Titonka gymnasium all day Saturday and in the evening. Towns represented were Titonka, Wesley, Bancroft, Ledyard, and Bwea City. Bwea City won the tournament and received, a small .trophy cup. In the morning Ledyard defeated Tjtonkaj n the afternoon Bancroft defeated Wesley, and Swea City defeated City Ledyard; and at nigfct Swea defeated Bancroft. Par and Horse Collide. Lu Verne, Feb. 6-<Rx>bt. Hard' copf ran into' a group of horses near the Charles Miller farm Sat« urday evening, and one horse so badly injured that it nad to w killed. The front end of the car was badly damaged,-but no was hurt beyond bruises. . An income t»» deputy win be at tfce courthouse SAturdjar, |H*ni 24, and, M<m$#r; february.J?, - ALGONA Markets HOGS Best med. wt 180 to 200 .,..., »3.00 (Best med. wt. 200 to 240 ...... J3 65 Best .jned. wtt. 240 to 2«0 f 3.40 Havk Butchers 260 to 300 .... 13.25 Prime Hvy. butchers 300 to 360 |3.0» Best Pack, sows, 300 !to 350'.', $2.60 Packing sows, 350 ito 400 ..., |2.40 Blgy Hvy sows 400 to 600 ,,,. $2,25 Pise, 140 pounds $?.3* Pig's, 160 pounds ( ., $2.70 ' CATT1UB Caimers and Cutters . .iBQc to $1.25 Fat Cowa f i.so to 2.0» Veal Calves , 8 .00 t o $5.9» Fat Steers .....-., .,1., $3,00 to f4.00 Yearlings ,.,....,.,.. 12.50 to Buns .: - w %o'- Stock Steers (to 13,50 12-00 GRAIN I2.60 to f 3,00 No. 2 yellow corn No. 2 white corn No. 13 white oats , No. 2 mixed corn 29Q, No. Hi NO; 2 EGGS. reajn POULTRY. Springs 5 Ihe, and up Springs under i large Hens 4tt Uw Hens,, under Leghorn. Cooks Pucks

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