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PAGE EIGHT (KxmnfB THURSDAY, MAR CH . Widow of Vestal Thackery Gets $1040 From the State Beats Applington in Final Game at i Mason City. The Ledyard high school Class quintet won the district basketball tournament at Mason City Saturday >by defeating Aplington, 20-19 which advanced Ledyard to a state tournament this week-end. Tonight at 7 o'clock, on the State Teachers floor, Ledyard will play Martelle in the first round of the state tournament, and Mason City, which defeated Algona, will .play Roosevelt High, Des Moines, at 8:10 at the same place. The flashy, fast, well balanced Ledyard team has made an excellent record this year. It first won [the North Kossuth conference title, the n tihe county Class B title, next the sectional title in Class B, and now the district class B title. Ledyard Opponents Crippled. The first game last Thursday evening was won when Ledyard swamped Grafton, 25-10. Ledyard met a crippled Grafton team, for three members of the Grafton team had the mumps. Ini the first half the score was 16-8 in favor of Ledyard. The box scores in Thursday's games follow: Grafton—16 FG FT F Baumann, f 4 2 0 Hackbart, f 2 0 2 Wahl, c 1 o 0 Blath, g 0 0 2 Walk, g , o 0 0 Jsenbart, g (e) : o 0 0 The legislature- lias nppropriratcd •S10-10 in aid of -Mrs. Viva Tiliiickei-y whoso htislniivl, Yerflal TMiuckery wiis fatally in.iuml Christmas tliiy when as he tfimrdoil a. .state -snow plow near (lerled in a heavy snowstorm lie wan run down by a, driven by Henry IJunkofsko, Algona barber, who did not see liim. Thackery was an employe of Clan Vaughn, Elmore produce buyer, but with his family was spending the day with ilvls bro'ther-in-law, Frank Kelly, state road patrolman. The plow stalled, and Kelly went for an auitomoUlo to help start it, leaving Tlmckery in charge. (Badly injured, Thackery died In an E.st.herville hospital. Concemiing tho suite appropriation, the Sweal Ci'ty Herald says: The bill provides Mrs, Thackery shall be paid $!]0-10 from the staite primary road fund In installments of $10 for 104 consecutive weeks beginning; not later 'than April H. The bill will be In effect after Jits publication In 'the Bancroft Register and the Herald. In addition to the appropriation to Mra. Thackery, hospital and funeral expanses were allowed as follows: Coleman hospital, Estherville, $7(>.~ri; Dr. G. IT. West and .Dr. C. If. Miller, $50; Fred J. Sternborg, undertaker, $ni>; Fred ,T. Sternborg, trustee for cemetery lot, $23. The original House bill provided for an appropriation of only $10 to Mrs. Thackery, but when reached the Somite Senator Oeorg W. Patterson, of Bunt, suggeste t'hat a more equitable setMemen would bo $1040 and this amendmon passed, with '50 ayes, and five nays and four absent -or not voting. Af tor t'he amended Senate bill was re turned the House approved It. Early Jn the year Senator Patter son was asketl to 'Interest himself in the case. In a loiter to the- Herak last week the senator saj's; "I want ito call your attention to the good work of Representatlft Manlece, of Eshervllle. His efforts combined wJifch those of Representatives McFarlane of Waterloo, and Johnson, of Linn, were responsible argely for the final passage of the claim In the .Mouse.' LEDYARD TAKES DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIP ADVANCES TO STATE TILT AT CEDAR FALLS MRS, BARTON DIES AT LU VERNE; GAME TO IOWA IN 1865 ALGONA LOSES DISTRICT MEET TO MASON CITY The high school basketball squad lost, 28-14, to Mason City in finals in a district tournament there Saturday evening, and were thus eliminated from state finals at Cedar Falls this week-end. 'Ledyard and Algona <both won first rounds last Thursday evening, Algona defeating 'Belmond 'by only a point, 24-23, and Ledyard running away from Graf ton, '25-16. Fast Game With Belmond. In Thursday night's Algona-Belmond game Belmond had the lead the first quarter, 12-0, the taller Totals 7 2 4 Ledyard—25 FG FT F Thompson, f 6 1 0 Warner, f 3 i 3 Lloyd, o (c) 2 1 0 Moulton, g 0 0 a Brandt, g 0 0 0 .Totals 11 3 3 Referee: Rump; umpire, Martin. Saturday Night's Game. In the game Saturday evening Ledyard had a tough battle with the Aplington quintet in the first three quarters, but led with a one to three-point margin throughout. Ledyard had the large end of a 10-7 score at the end of the first quarter, but was held to long baskets in the second period, while A-plington sank two long range shots to bring the score up to 12-11 in Ledyard's favor at the half. The third quarter saw Ledyard advance to 19-17, and in the final quarter Aplington failed to score except for a single basket, while Ledyard increased its lead to 26-19 l kets before the locals got next to as the game ended. Ledyard's i tne Be ' mon d style of play, great defense forced Aplington to make long shots, while Ledyard was able to get through for sliorter set-up shots. Individual Scorings. Captain Lloyd was high scorer for Ledyard, sinking five baskets, Shackelford, g (c) The district basketball tournament at Mason City was the last game in which six Algona high school basketeers will play in high school competition. All first-string men except Bob Post will bo graduated this spring: Charles Cretzmeycr, Bussell are- din, Bob Sellstrom, and Dick Shackelford. Also to be graduated are John Shilts and Bob Spencer. was close behind while Thompson with nine, the result of three baskets and three free tosses. Individual scorings in the Ledyard-Aplington game follow- 'Ledyard—2G FG FT F Thompson, f 330 Warner, f II.I2 0 3 Lloyd, c (c) I_5 o 3 Moulton, g i i Brandt, g I__II.Io 0 'Barnes, g 0 0 Belmond players taking advantage of the Algonians to sink six bas- Scorc Tied Twice. The second quarter .saw Algona even the score, 15-15, at the 'half. In the third quarter neither team scored heavily, Algona getting only a free toss by Post, and -Belmond a 'basket, making the score 17-10 in favor of Belmond. In the final quarter Totals 11 2 1 'Referee: Martin; umpire, Rump iSnturday Night's Game. In the game Saturday night Algona scored the first point when Cretzmeyer sank a basket early in the first quarter. Soon afterwards Harrer, Mason City, tied the score, only to see Shackelford win the lead for Algona again with a free toss. Two free throws put Mason City in the lead, and a ahort pivot shot increased the M. C. lead. Bob Post then sank a free toss, and Sellstrom came through with a long shot, to tie the score, '0-6. Another basket, however, gave Mason City the lead, 8-6, at the quarter. Medin, Algona, tied the score again soon after the second quarter opened, but the Mason City 6-ft. 4- in. center sank three baskets in a row, and another basket and free toss for Mason City made the score l'5-7. A long shot by [Sellstrom brought the score to 15-10 as the half ended. In the third quarter Algona came back with another long shot by Sellstrom, and Cretzmeyer sank a free throw to 'boost tihe score to ,15-13, but Algona was held at this I point <by Mason City,- which, opened Ian attack with three baskets and two free throws. This raised the score to 23-13 at the end of the third quarter. Mason Cityans Win. In the final period a Cretzmeyer free toss for one point, and two baskets and a free toss for Mason City, made the wind-up score 28-14. This game was the last for Capt. Robert Burns, Mason City, for he was 20 yesterday, which eliminated him from further high school competition. Many Algonians and Ledyarders attended boith games. Thursday and Saturday evenings the bleaoh- ers were filled to capacity. Algona in the lead with a has- Herbener, f 3 PlTJTM "Hi Q "Fr»il 1 1 t« rt mid ,Tt 1. _ «1. -r-r rt — — — — — —-. — —_t* put ket from the foul line, and Shackelford made it 20-17 with another basket, but Belmond quickly caught up, tying the score with a basket and a free throw. The game was now close and ex- z citing. Another free throw put the 1 1 Belmonders ahead in the last iy» ^ i minutes of clay, but Medin sank lows: Sellstrom | Mason City—28 llecords of Players. FG Totals u 4 Aplington—.19 ___ ___ PQ. p^ Dreyer, 1' "_.__! o R. Uhlenhopp, f 3 Q Eng. Lindamann, c _ _ 0 •> Elliott, IIII.I4 o M. Uhlenhupp, g ~o 1 —i ! a basket and Post another in the Totals • Schoolmasters Meet Hero. The county Schoolmasters club met at the Algona hotel Monday evening, and plans for .spring last 15 seconds to end the game, F I while Belmond brought up its end 0 with a basket and a free toss. 1 Individual Records. The individual record follows: Belmond—23 .FG iFT F Madson, f _i i 3 -iLeavy, f II.IIs 0 0 0 "Luick, c 4 o 2 Goelz, g 2 i i McNulty, g (c) 0 1 0 10 school activities were laid with iR.'Medin f particular attention to the baseball |B. Post, f Cretzmeyer " " Totals 10 Algona—24 FG season and a county music festival to be held here Saturday, April 14. . . c 2 Sellstrom, g .5 3 !FT 0 1 0 0 Harrer, f 3 Stoecker, c _ _4 'Burns, g (c) ~~~Q _ 'Barr, g 1 0 iSnell, g o 0 H. Hert, g IIH~~IIo 0 FT 2 1 1 2 Mrs. Leantler Barton, one of Lll- Vcrno's oldest pioneers, died Tucs <luy of the infirnvitie.s «C age, hanl oning; of lUie arteries, and licailt disease. She was nearly S7, and hud been falling for years. For seVon weeks she had boon critically sick. Mrs. Nellie Gregory had for 13 years lived with and cared for .her. Funeral services will be conduct od at the ihome at 2 p. m. today with public services at the Methodist church ait 2:30 conducted by I ho Kev. William Baddoley, pastor. Bur- Hal will be .made In .the Lu Verne cemetery. Mrs. Barton was born In Ohio May 2-1, 1847, and her maiden name was Elizabeth Deems, Her family la:ter located at Anawan, 111., and there at 16 she was married. The Bartons came at once to Lu Verne, vml for many years farmed , movdng to town some 35 years ago. air. Barton, who was once a county supervisor, died 13 years ago. One daughter, who first married one Van Voast ami Inter became Mrs. Lawrence Koran, {Med at Algona some years ago, and a son, Alie, dited at 18. Living children ore LeRoy (Barton. St. Paul, formerly Algona; William, farming near Lu Verne; Mrs. Clara M'Cormlck, Los Angeles; Mrs. Bertha Larimer, mear T iU Verne. The Bartons came to Lu Vemc soon afiter the civil war and were imong the first settlers itihere. Mrs. 3arton was a member of ithe - Lu Verne Methodist church. Bode Wins Girls' Tilt at West Bend Whittemore, Mar. 13—The public school basketball girls lost to West Bend last Thursday evening in a ectional tournament at West Bend. Whittemore and West Bend ilayed the fourth and last game at 0 p. m. The other three games vere: r, , m ' tost Bode Havelock Ottosen Lu V erne METHODIST, ('. V. llulse, 1'as lor—One hundred scvonty-sevc men and boys attended the fatiher & sons dinner last week AVednesda evening. The Rev. Erwln Prutti JOmmetKburg gave an jnsplrln address, and music numbers wcr greatly appreciated. The Centenar S. S. class, In a fcllowshdp socla Monday evening, brought togeUheiv fine group of people, air. and Mrs Davenport headed the supper coin mlibtee, Mrs. .Burmelster tho pro Si-am committee, Mrs. 'Bishop's P. P S. S. class imot last evening, and tihe I-lomcbuilders class will meet to morrow evening. CONGREGATIONAL, ,1. Robt ioerncr, Vaster—The circles of the Woman's assoclaton meet today Call itho chairman for place. Mrs junn's and Mrs. Mawdsley's nice omorrow evening, 7:30, at Mrs Gunn's and these circles will hold bake saile Saturday at the 'Anerson meat market. Services Sun ay; church school, 10 a. m. Morning worship, 11; sermon topic, The Four Trails of Jesus. Beuna Vista college hodr at 7:30 p. m. Persons desiring o unite with 'the church on 'Palm umday are requested to speak to he pastor. FRBSBPTERIAN, C. Pnul Carl on, Minister—Next Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morning worship, 1; Christian Endeavor 0:30 p. m Wo are about to start our Every •Member Canvass, and next Sunday has been designated as canvass Sunday .In. our church. The sermon will be based on "Oui morning ™-4.Rodman Whittemore lost to West Bend, ?3-31, though the locals outplayed West Bend. West Bend got all the 'ireaks, and Whittemore was the ictim of one of the rottenest deals he girls ever had the local fans tate. West Bend had "the pull" - - - -,— V1A1J J^fUll hroughout the tournament till Saturday evening, when Bode ran away from the West Benders, 26-16 ven running in "subs," in spite of he fact that West Bend again got 11 the breaks. Lu Verne Receiver Will Sell a Farm S. Buchanan, Bank of G. erne receiver, has asked a court rder directing him to sell the ortheaat quar.ter of Sec. 26 f Lu . township, to George Wolf at 100 an acre, or a total of $16 000 ash. The farm was formerly o'wn- d by Ferdinand Bunkof ske and of ate years has been tenanted by E ' Trenary. Totals Technical foul. Algona—14 6 12 FG FT F 0 3 1 1 4 3 0 Totals ,5 4 ^| Referee: Rump, Des Moines. Urn-' pire, Martin, Sioux City. Medin, f i Q B. Post, f IIIIII.O 1 Spencer, f Q Q Cretzmeyer, c (c) __.II_Ii 2 Sellstrom, g (c) 3 ^o Shackelford, g o 1 D. post, g r_r__ o o Mischief at Lu Verne, Parked cars were moved and the ocation of ditch red lights altered t Lu Verne late one night recent', and the News says three couples irom Algona were suspected of the wanton mischief but could not be held for dence. lack of sufficient evi- Church" and Ms work in itfalg com munlty. The Community class wit meet Saturday morning at 10:30 a1 the church. FIRST LUTHERAN, M. A. S]os- trmul, Pastor—Confirmation class Saturday 10 a. m., parsonage. The Aid willl conduct a bake sale at 'tihe Nelson hardware store Saturday, be- ginniraig at 10 a. m. Sunday school and bible class next Sunday at 10 a. m. Morning worship, ll. Please remember to bring Lenten Sacrifice for Emergency Appeal next Sunday morning. NAZABENE, A. W. and Hazel I r . win, Pastors—Revival meeting- clos ed Sunday evening with a full house. Services next Sunday ait usua •hours. Bldle school, 9:45 a. m .; Worship at ill. Some time will be glveri to reports from a preachers' convention at Council Bluffs. Specia' services for young people at 7, and evening- services a 7:30. BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hueser, Pastor—The sermon subjects for Sun day will be A King's Secret of Pros, perity, 11 a. m.; An Arm of Flesh Against an Arm of Love, 7;30 p. m Special music at both services. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; B. Y. rp. U., 7 P. m. TRINITY LUTHERAN, P. J Braner, Pastor—Next Sunday: Sunday school and bible class, 10 a. m. Engldsh services, 10:30. English Lenten service next Wednesday, 7:3o P. m. Confirmation instructions Saturday, lo a. m. Grace Worden is Dead. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton went to Oxford Monday, and next day attended the funeral of their niece, Mrs. Lou Mueller, who died Saturday. Mrs. Mueller was the former Grace Worden, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Worden. She was 45 and had been m failing health for some years. Public Supper Saturday. The Presbyterian women will serve a public supper Saturday evening at the Legion hall, beginning at 5 o'clock. The menu appears elsewhere in today's Advance. Specials at Long's You can hare your order sent FREE DELIVERY. Phone 214-215 "There never was a product made The truth you must confess But what some bird could makeit worse And sell hia stuff for less." T,he food buyer who is always looking for cheap foods to sell ' ' FOB SALE— 105 SEED OATS, real _goml quality.— -Mike Loss. 10u26tf FOR SALE— BALED HAY AND straw.— .Harry Ward, Algona. p2G AN'CONA PULLETS AND BROIL- ers for sale. — 442 N. Dodge. 9p2(i FOR SALE—RED CLOVER alfalfa seed and choice seed potatoes.— Lewis McWhorter, Burt. 12p25-26 OAK POSTS— C, 7, or S-ft. seasoned and buts charred.— Clark Orton. __ 1SU25-26 FOR SALE—ONE YOUNG .ROAN Inill and one young good Swiss bull; priced reasonable.—McEnro Bros - 16u2 GERMAN PEAT MOSS, .$2.50 pel lull 'bale, Chick starter, $2.00 per , t ,^ . --•— *-~ ^..IKJ. Mrs. Daisy Cook, 220 W. Call St i 9p26 - SBPA ^ATOR OIL, 44c GAL. Guar phone 'JF12 Station ' FOR SA'UO—MEDIUM RED clover seed; priced reasonably.—Roscoe Mawdsley, Burt. llp25-2S POTATOES EOR SALE — GOOD quality baking.—H. G. Benschoter, phone 21F11. 10p25-27 1GU25-2C FOR SALE—ABERDEEN ANGUc bulls, serviceable age; also a few heiters.—Geo. W. Hildman, 2 miles north, half mile east of Wesley. 21(2)26-27 FOR SALE—HOME GROWN kota "12" alfalfa.—Julian dorter, 421 N. Worster. DA- Arn- 10p26 FOR SA.LE—800 BUSHELS OP 105 variety oats suitable for seed— W.JH._Brandow, Algona, I4u26 FOR SALE — TWO "BROODER houses 20x12, also feeders and waterers.—Phone 39. 13u2G WANTED—A PLACE IN TOWN' to .work for iboard by high school Kin.—Tnni'irn Advance. 15p25-26 , Rock Wyandotte roosters.— Call Guy M. Diaiond, Wesley. 2p26 RED CLOVER SEED.—ROSS CA'L noun, phone 4F11. 7u 9 Gtf $25 FOR INFORMATION LE!Ding to teaching position in rural 5£k™L 10 P 26 TOU SALE—NORTHERN GROWN soy beans, manchu and mini germination tested, $1.75 bu. at farm i% miles north of Corwith — A. R_Mullins. 22(2)25tf CLOVER $4.50, $6.00 and $7.00TA1- falfa $3.20, $5.00, $7.00; all per bushel. Postal card us today for circular and samples. Hall Roberts' Son, Postville^j^gsj^o^oy PREDICTBD ;FIVE TRAGEDIES— four have come true! Read This amazing story of a Hindu Crystal Gazer in The American Weekly the magazine distributed with next Sunday's Chicago Herald and Examiner. 30-'-6 FOR SALE—ONE USED OLIVER gang plow, two 3-bottom tractor plows, one Wallace tractor one Twin City tractor, one Famiall tractor. All are in good condition and priced right for quick sale.— Elbert Garage, Algona. 35u26 I NOTIOE-nNEW IMPLEMENT AND 1 hardware house on West State 1 street, first door west of Clapp's garage. They will handle Rock Island, J. i. Case, New Idea Algoma, and Moline implements and repairs. Mandt boxes and gears. —Harry Keith. Mgr. 37 P 26 FOR _ iwv ^_ of hollow block"and"brick V construction. Dimensions 50x50x30 Also addition 60x32x12 of same construction. Sealed bids will be received on or before March 20, 1934.—Kossuth County Agricultural Association, E. <L. Vincent Secretary. 2 6-26 Heave you tried THAT GOOD RED ROSE COFFEE? We are '£S£sf l ^*-"^^ OT ^T--iS MR. UKCII SAYS: " e s'for 1 " 6 VCa) Rosettes - 1 » akes a delightful change, FUESH MADE HAMIWRGER JI! C AND THE BEST HOLOGN'A Yb~U~F"vE~RTi'p"",m,7;5 1 - C REAL HONEST PORK SAUSAGE-pounl -~i?_ ..li::: 18c Swiss Steak 20c Shoulder Roast, Ib. 15c Round Steak, Ib, 20c Rib Roast—Ib. 12 C 5 FROM MINNESOTA IN UPSET NEAR ST. JOE St. Joe, Mar. 13 — An -accident occurred on No. 109, two miles south of St. Joe, Saturday night, in which five people from Austin, Minn., en route to (Bradgate to attend a miscellaneous shower were concerned. They were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lidberg, Mrs. Stanley Norland, her baby, and Ronald Lees. Mr. and Mrs. Lidberg are newlyweds, and Mrs. Lidbcrg'is mother, Mrs. Harold Lees, Bradgate, was giving a shower for her. A tire on .the car, a new 'Ford, owned by Mr. Lidberg, blew out, causing the car to be iitched and it tipped over. A dentist at West iBend arrived shortly afterwards and took the occupants to a Hum'bolrlt doctor. Mrs. Lidberjr and Mrs. Norland were 'badly shaken up and hroused, Mr. Lidberg suffered a deep cut on the head, and Mr. Lees had an injured hand. The baby escaped injury. The car was towed to .Humboldt ,by a wrecker, and was repaired enough to 'be driven back to Austin next day. Debate Enter State Tilt Members of the Algona debating team are to attend a state contest at Iowa City next week Friday. On .he affirmative team are John Christensen and Gertrude Nelson; on the negative, Walter Beardsley and Max Miller. All won the right ;o attend the state debates by winning from Spencer two weeks ago. John G. McDowell, high school principal, is coach. HERE ARE WASH DAY Specials at wash out prices. 20 carloads of Soap for Gamble's Anniversary Sale make these' prices possible. Naphtha, 8^ oz., 10 ibars, i9c — Cocoa Hardwater, 0 oz., 3 bars De- Health Soap, 3 bars 9c — White Bloating, 10 bars 19c—Light House Ueanser, 3 cans 9c. 50-20 Croquignole Permanent] Waves $3.5© Shampoo and fingerwave i ed in this price. Morrison Beauty Shon Phone 279 P PUBLIC SALE At the Riddle Sale Pavilion in Algona, cast tracks of SATURDAY, MARCH 17, AT 10'CLOCK On Saturday we will have our usual ainount of H Te , consisting of horses, cattle and a number of brood »«,, some fall pigs. SOWs Eighty-two hollow tile, 120-ft. drive belt, 3-hottom ni tractor .plow, 3 corn planters, some good potatoes. A lot of good household goods-Washing machine* electric and power, round and square tables, dining new linoleums, and other new rugs. ing. Two good pianos and everything that goes with Ten bushels red clover seed. A lot of good chickens, all breeds. Terms are cash. No property removed until settled for, C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer PHONE 78 (List property with Jess Riddle at the Coryell Oil auctioneer, phone 93. 111 I Windswept...Swagger... Windblow | SUITS to Choose for East&\ | and to Wear All Spring . . Boned, rolled, larded roast, •pound i7ji c Loin Steak, Ib. 20c Plate Roast, Ib. __ \Zc Pot Roast, Ib. .__ 18 C Irish Stew, Ib. i5 c SEED CORN—THIS IS THE to plant Carlisle's high-yielding corn: ear to row bred; Golden Dent, early Golden King, or Koa- utn Reliance; the corn that out- •lelded the hy-brids, rack dried 95 o 100 per cent germination Fif- een-day approval, ?1.35 to $1.50 u. Graded or in ear.—Pinecroft farm ; A - c - Carlisle, 3-4 mile east t Whitteaiiore. 60p25-26 Porterhouse Steak—Ib. _20c GROCERY SPECIALS MBBY'iS OHIM OON CAWE f,' S cant for" -|, 7c PLENTY OF FRESH OYSTERS 7c FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABES- tS The best the Chicago Market offers. Prices lower-see our as sortment. SPECIAL—Demonstration Sale PROUTY-BOWLER White Laundry 10 Bars 43 and One Bar Free MR. HURN SAYS— *>* toYut ou f t 1 goo^'lviSr^Vun 3 ' 6 °™ M <* ana f o. Top Notcli Prices for Eg^sT 58C Long's Food Shop Windswept — left with sleeve fulness to the back, skirt fulness ditto—and a pique collar. Swagger — center — with taffeta plaid collar and scarf, and a detailed yoke. Full sleeves. • Windbloom — right -with flying scarf with flying scarf n-ont skirt and jacket fulness, and a forward moving sleeve. $12.85 $16.50 $19.75 $29.75 Action is the theme of these grand, youthhil suits. They're styled to lead a sports life, and you'll be fascinated by their tweed, ribbed, and mossy weaves. We excel in suit styles this spring, because we know they'll carry almost all your fashion interest all season! Choose navy, or tan or grey. " j 'Quality First, Lwt and All

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