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BABY HEALTH WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED Results of the baby health eon test are given below. The name ol the child is followed by the Initials and address of the father: BOYS—First Class. 1 to 2 years (12 entered) 1st—Daniel Eugene Bonacker 9.81 (A. H., Titonka). 2nd—John Michael Kenefick, 98 (J. N., Algona). 3rd—Arnold Krause Jr., 97.8 (A II., Fenton). BOYS—Second Class. 2 to 3 years (5 entered). 1st—Donald Stiles, 97.9 (Don, Algona). 2nd—Larry Rae Kleinpeter, 97.3 (Vincent, Algona). 3rd—La Mont Wellendorf, 96.8 (Lloyd, Algona). GIRLS—First Class. 1 to 2 years (12 entered). 1st—Judith Kay Bockes, 98.2 (Harold, Algona). 2nd—Lavonne Frances Hagg, 97.6 (Albert, Algona). 3rd—Marlene Adele Hodges, 97.5 (Russell, Algona).' GIRLS—Sesond Class. 2 to 3 years (13 entered) 1st, Marjorie Ann Blelch, 98.7 (Leo E., Wesley). 2nd—Mary Mae Lowe, 98.6 (Victor N.,. Algona). 3rd—Doris Marie Applegate, 98.2 (Victor A., Corwith). Exhaust Sets Fire to Girl's Baggage Lu Verne, Sept. 4—Elda Tiede had the misfortune to have one suitcase of her clothes burn as she was accompanying the George Lothringers to Davenport a week ago Monday. The suitcases were on a rack on the back of the car, and evidently were too close to the exhaust pipe and caught fire. A car following them attracted their attention, and the fire was put out before the other baggage or the car was damaged. AUGUST AUTO SALES THIRTY-EJGHT CARS Nineteen more new automobiles Were sold In Kossuth in the last two weeks of August to bring tlic total licensed at the county treasurer's office to 38 for the month. The total for the year Is now well over 300. Fords—Peter Schmlt, Bode; Mrs. J. P. Ktrsch, Ottoseti; George Gengler, Whlttemore; Ralph I. Beebe Lakota; Dr. W. D. Andrews, R. p. Norton, Harold Kuchenreuther, Algona; Florlan Hollmann, F. j. Welp, Bancroft; Edward Eden, Wesley. Chevrolots—Joe Kramer, L. A Vipond, Algona; Fred Eden, George Clnk, Wesley, Ernest JPunke, Cor-' with. Plymouths — Henry Bros., Algona; Dodge—Jos. H. Schultes, Bancroft; Hupmoblles, Algona Grain Co,; Studebaker—Orvllle El- klns, Algona. So far in September seven now cars have boon licensed, as follows: Jesse Dugan, Marie Keith, and Wayno Keith, all of Burt, Fords; George S. Schutjor, Titonka, Camilla Engstrom, Lone Rock, and Chas. 0. Jacobson, Fenton, Chevrolets; and Walter Berglund, Elmore, Plymouth. 4 _ Is There Anybody at San Diego Who Used to Be Here? A letter to the Advance from Ralph S. Roberts, San Diego, Calif., president of the San Diego county 'Iowa State Society," says one Mrs. L. E. Weaver, also San Diego, is endeavoring to identify San Diego citizens who formerly lived at Algona or elsewhere in Kossuth county. The only San Diegoan at present recalled who is a former Algonian s R P. Fuller, father of Mrs. E. W. Lusby. Mr. Roberts' address is 940 Third avenue, San Diego, and his letter will be held a few days to let anyone here who knows of other for- ner Algona or Kossuth citizens vho now live at San Diego report he'names for forwarding. Club Meetings Abandoned. Monday was Labor day, a legal holiday, and the Rotary club did not meet. The Kiwanis club will not meet today because this is :ounty fair week. The postoffice md the courthouse were closed Monday. Bobbie 0, br. K . (D. Ahcrdeon, a 19 from Kossuth at Demo P OWWo1 A crnts trlctn DCH M.,ln<w j of his sons, and Mr Sells -I,) Fair Tickets, August Brown, 314 miles «t town, was l,i g h man on sales fair tickets lust week, reporting'