Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1934 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 8, 1934
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FOUR KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA Leaders in the North Kossuth Basketpall Conference Race Play This Wee LONE ROCKERS MEET LED YARD FRIDAY NIGHT • Lone Rock, Feb. 6 — With the guards doing double duty Ledyard iboys scored 21 to 17 over Fenton at Ledyard last Friday evening. .This gave Ledyard an even break .With .the Fenton team lor the season, and leaves them at the top of the North Kossuth Conference, with only one game left to play. Thursday evening. Winners were oratorical, Vemon Jensen; drama tic, Opal Nelson; humorous, Avi Byers. Fred Flaig Son Baptized— Frederick John, baby of Mr. an Mrs. Fred Flaig, was baptized a St. John's church in (Bancroft week ago last Sunday. Mr. an Mrs. Jack Quinn were the attend ants. . Fenton team was held to four field goals during the encounter. The iLedyard guards led the scoring attack. The Bancroft boys chalked up another victory in their first meeting .with Seneca last week. The score Was: Bancroft, 31; Seneca, 28. The I/one Rock boys overran Titonka, 35-16, to score their seventh Con- Chickcniwx in Seneca 'School The Seneca Consolidated schoo has an epidemic of chickenpox. Community Sale Tomorrow— There will be a community sale here this week Friday afternoon. Other Lone Kock. Dorothy, Verne, and Russel. Dackcn, Mrs. Meryle Milligan, Dorothy Ellison, Algona, and Robert and Margaret Gladstone attended Christian Endeavor at Wesley Sun- clay evening;. Guests at the Edward Fan-is feren'ce victory. No girls' " gariios! home Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Were played within the conference.: Gen-it Vander Mei, and Jake Meris, This week will see the end of the i clf Maurice. Mrs. Vander Mei is a North Kossuth Conference schedule sister of Mrs. Farris. for the season, with the exception JIr - n "d Mrs. James Ackaraan of a Bancroft-Seneca tilt postponed anc ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe at- earlier in the season. ! tended a party at the August Pet- Ledyard will be the site of a j "son home in Swea City last pair of games which may decide : Thursday. _ the conference championship, for! The Irv ' n Wallers, Estherville, both hoys and girls, when thati anci Mr - aml JIrs - Robley Steinhil- Itown meets the fast-stepping -Lone 1 t)er ' Truesdale, were Sunday din- Rock teams Friday evening, if the ller S u <?sts at Supt, L. E. Godfrey's. Lone Rock girls win they will be . Tlle American Legion Auxiliary tied with Seneca for conference wil1 nolcl its regular meeting this 1 week Friday afternoon with Mrs R. L. Padgett. Mrs. Lillie Thompson entertain- honors. If the Ledyard girls win the Seneca girls will have a clear claim to the title. If the Ledyarc boys succeed in overcoming ' the Lone Rock boj-s they will be conference champions. However, the Lone [Rock boys should win. The Ledyard and Lone Rock boys will be tied for the conference championship in case of a win by Lone Rock. The Bancroft boys will Play at Titonka, while the Fenton- Seneca game scheduled for this week has already been played, with Fenton coming out ahead, 39-29. iRankings Monday were: Boys— ILedyard (Lone Rock 7 Fenton 7 Bancroft I_2 Titonka 2 Seneca ~~ i Girls- Seneca 3 Lone Rock 2 iLedyard 0 Won Lost Pet. 1 2 3 6 7 S 1 1 3 .889 .778 .70( .250 .22 .111 .750 .667 .000 Attend Fenton F. IJ. Meet _ Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, Mrs. N. L. Cotton, Mrs. Roy Jensen, Mrs. Alex Krueger, and Mrs. W. J. Cotton attended a Farm Bureau meeting at the home of Mrs. Elsie <Dreyer in Fenton last week Wednesday The program consisted of Laundering and The Comfortable Bed. The next meeting will be in the Lone Rock church basement, the subject ibemg soapmaking. Auxiliary Gives Card Party— The American Legion Auxiliary held a card party last Thursday evening. High prizes in bridge went to Mrs. Arthur Priebe and L. H. Roderick, low prizes to Mrs Lorraine Jensen and Jack Quinn High prizes in 500 went to William O Donnell ,Sr., and Mrs. Otis San ders, low prizes to Mrs. Fran Flaig and George Pettit. Dinner Will be Served— A Jitney-Colonial dinner will b served by the Mite society of th local church Wednesday, iFebruarj 21, at the church basement. An ex hibit of antiques will be on displaj in the afternoon. Any one wish ing to display antiques may do so Dinner will be served from 11 -3( on, Women Sew for Orphans— The Busy Friday club met with Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs. Otis San ders assisting. A number of articles are being completed to be sent to the orphans home in Counci Bluffs. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard wil 'be the next hostess, Mrs. Watson Shick assisting. Corn-Hog Sign-Up Meeting— A. H. 'Hanna, Karl Ewoldt, Frank Merron, George Hawcott, and « B Hodgson conducted a sign-up corn!hog reduction program for the west half of Burt township here in the hall last week Wednesday and Thursday. A large number of larmers signed. Corn-Hog Contracts Are Signed— P. M. Christenson, L. B. Hollister Herman Dreyer, Edward Schlei, and Andrew Kading conducted a sign-up corn-hog reduction program in Fenton last week Monday and Tuesday. One hundred and one have signed in Fenton township. Mrs. Walsh Loses Mother- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sprank accompanied by Mrs. .Richard Walsh l r ° Ve ^° West Bend Sunday, where Mrs. Walsh continued -to Joliet 111 where she will attend the funeral Bourgo m ° ther> Mrs ' Margaret ed the Sewing Circle at .her home last week Tuesday evening. Hugh Walsh erected new windmills at the Fred Jentz and Virgil Zweifel farms last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dehnert, Algona, were Saturday dinner guests at the R. L. Padgett's. Bible Study' was held last Wednesday evening at the "W. C. fleiter home. The Otis Sanders family spent Sunday at the John Sanders home n Swea City. Joe Mockry, Titonka, spent Sunday afternoon with the Andrew Thomsons. The •Frank Flaigs were On Putting Things in The Paper Exactly as Written gruests at the Ringsted. F. M. Whitney, - ..-.- Sunday Chris Mortensons, „, Eagle Grove, spent Saturday at the H. E. Micka home. H. J. Rice repaired cable in Cor- witu Saturday. -« . Clark at Forest City. The Bev. F. J. Clark, Waterloo, lormer Congregational pastor here, will begin a series of meet$AVE [Leo Brown In Mltton Herald.] Accompanying a bit of news •handed In at my offtoo last wetek .('here was an i interest! njr ploco ol Instructions stating thn.t If I did nod car© to publish that Hem the way my contributor liad written It, I could look eleowhoro for news In the future. * * * * After a few years of running 1 a nowspapor, I might reasonably bo expected to know more about whait rcmstltutcfl newspaper style thtm do the majority oC the Herald reader. I say that in all modesty. The grocer knows his business; the lumberman knows his; the artisan or '•hopman knows Ws; I know mine fairly well. » • « • of the news column liffers a little from thai of ordinary speech as used In conversation. Ex- •ept on the editorial page or In such columns as this, ony straight news nnitter goes. No personal opinion of he editor is given. His job is to give ho people the news; let tlrem initer- 3i-et it in any way they choose, or liscuss its various angles as they vill. * * » * The Item that my helper refer- ed to deserves credit for contain- ng complimentary reference to the lilton people whose comings and oings were mentioned. But it is ot the news editor's place either o pass out bouquets or to fling brickbats when mentioning the brief facts of a local happening. * * * * I Slope I will be pardoned In my desire to have the final say as to what goes in this paper land also to bo the judge as to Ihow it should bo written. At least I hope to be oil- lowed to put in ia comma or so 'occasionally. After all, it's my money that's In the business. • * * • That is not ,to say that news edl- «• do not appreciate ih&vlng' contributed news handed them in la principal form. It Is ahvas a plen- sure to get hold of a news story which can bo put in the paper 'as ds', or at least with a little change or so in the punctuation. • * * * most people in hb.ndlng in something 1 that they ihave taken the trouble to write out, toll ibhose in the newspaper office to 'fix this up the way is should be' or 'make any changs that you think necessary,' • * • • Well, this long spiel ... „...„ ,„ show thlalt the work of editing the is not without its complica- but I do want to thank my contributor an c l critic for furnish- in me some .material for this col unvn during what has otherwise been a dull week. I hope that 'he will continue to let the Herald have such news items as may come (to his attention and we'll all try to got along. news tions. Lli VERNE MAT MEN WIN 6TH_VICTORY 'Lu Verne, Feb. 5—The local high, •school wrestlers fought their way to another, the sixth, consecutive victory last Thursday afternoon, when they defeated the Clarion Reserves, 34-6. Smith, Lichty, Wille, M. Farrell, and G. Farrell remain undefeated. 'Lu Verne will meet Gilmore City :here this week Monday night, and Forest 'City here this week Wednesday. The locals will also wrestle .n a county tourney at Lu Verne next Saturday. A summary of the meet with Clarion follows: 85-lb.—Smith CD defeated Huntley (C); 6:07. 95-lb.-jLichty (>L) threw McCul- et (C); 3:10; half nelson and tody hold. 105-lb.—-Legler (L,) threw Lyon. (C); 5:05; crotch and body lock. 105-lb.—Colwell (L) defeated Collins (C); 3:15. 11'6-lb Wille (L) (C); 2:35; half nelson and body hold. 125-lb. — Mattoon (!L) threw Brown (C); 5:15; half nelson and bar arm. 135-lb.—JBenson (C) defeated V Lang (iL); 2:50. 135-lb.—M. Farrell (L) defeated Casebeer (C); 6:35. 145-lb.— G. Farrell (L) threw Campbell (C); 0:48; scissor and arm lock. 155-lb.—Flucks (C) defeated Lang (L); referee's decision. HERALD LOSER IN COUNTY PRINTING FIGHT AT GARNER Country newspaper men in this section of Iowa were deeply interested last week and the week before in a (Hancock county printing contest 'between the Garner Leader, the Garner Herald, and the Britt News-Tribune. 'Interest in this county was heightened by the fact that the publishers of the Herald are Frank Clark and his son Harold. Mr. Clark was co-publisher of the Advance for eight years after 1908, and his son Harold was born here, the mother being the former Mamie Chapin, well known Algona girl 30 years ago. The number of official papers in a county depends on its population. Kossuth has three, but Hancock has only two. The Herald is a new paper, and when it filed for the county printing against the Leader; and the News-Tribune it created a contest. Is only to T " al before the Hancock hoard began a week ago iSaturday morning and continued till late that night. The Leader was represented by I. C. Hastings, Garner lawyer once of Algona; the darks by John Hammill, former governor; and the News-Tribune by Attorney Sennef. bf Britt. The outcome was not decided till ast week Wednesday, when, after :areful consideration, the board of supervisors ruled in favor of the Leader and the News-Tribune. The Supervisors • were in a ticklish position, for four out of the five come iip for reelection this year, and they were of course all anxious to avoid creation of newspaper hostil- Burt J The it. (Ht Steven family spen the week-end before last at Inwooi visiting Mr. Stevens' sister. •Mrs. Frank Dundas, Armstrong spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs. Martin Griese. The Birthday Circle met las ; Thursday afternoon at Mrs. H. S Van Vranken's. The 'Legion and Auxiliary hole their monthly meeting last evening in the Legion hall. Mrs. J. H. Graham will entertain the Sewing Circle at her home Thursday afternoon. The Fortnightly club will mee1 this week Wednesday afternoon al Mrs. L. .E. 'Riebhoff's. Want Ads threw Henry | Whittemore I Betty, lititle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Elbert, has been slok. Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. !. W. Hanisen, has been sick. The Roy Crawfords and the James 1926 FORD COUP®, $30. Motor Co., Algona. 1926 FORD 'COUPE, $1<5'. Motor Co., Algona. KENT 8-21 KENT 8-21 1926 CHEVROLET SEDAN, $35. _Kent Motor 'Co^Algona. 8-21 MAIRRIED MAN WANTS FARM work; experienced. — Ask Advance. 8p21 1931 FORD DE LUXE Tudor, extra good bargain, $285.—Kent Motor Co., Algona.. - 13.21 1926 ,DODGE SEDAN, runs extra good, $55.—Kent Motor Co., Algona. n-21 Weirs are exchanging- farms. Albert and Louis Vaudt have been sick ity. The victorious Leader and Britt News-Tribune published lengthy 4ccounts of the hearing in their ast week's issues, and in the Leader Harold Clark, who grad- tiated from the Columbia, Mo., School of Journalism two years 3so, got his initiation as the oh- fect of scathing criticism from a ipmpetitor of the old school. HIDES AND WOOL Highest market price paid for Hides and Wool JOEGREENBERG $AVE WAiNT TO BUY—15 OR 20-ACRE improved place.—John (Hing, Elmore, Minn. 10p21 FOR SALE—200 BUiFF LEGHORN pullets, good strain.—Mrs. Grace Watkins, Burt. 12p20-21 FOR SALE—200 iRODS NEW 39- inch woven wire. Never unrolled.—C. Winkie. Burt. Hp21 boosters.—£ee Bjustrom'e, Algona. 12tll9tf 1929 OLDSMOBI'LE 9RDAN-JRU113 and looks like new, two new tires. $300.—<Kent Motor Co., Algona. FOR 9AL© OR THAOB — Harley Davidson motorcycle model 74 and firewood, for a light car.—<CHf- fbrd PelleymoUtlter, Algona. Phone 26F12. g2l STEADY WOBK, GOOD PAY—Otte- man wanted fo „ „ farmer in Kossuth countv x peflence or capital — • - ^° today. —MoNBSS Freeport, ill. co ' 2fo , mg—Tho regular l«g .of the Algona em ciation will he held at tary's office Saturday p. M . p. GETS THE CREAM—VEGtA Separators, $77.50. Users biggest KENTUCKY WONDER GOAL Low in ash, high in heat, quick to ignite. 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