Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1938 · Page 1
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•> <' *•» B^equent pre- mostly 37 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1938 12 Pages 96 Columns Number 25 OOL FOR BRIDES' ANNOUNCED Lunch Fund Report Made by School Nurse marked^ the; close of the ,n lunches <at*-, the Biyant, lemy, atifd> derman Lutheran fchlal schools. (.These lunches I started, 4n,'^December, and \ continued'^throughout the ol perlodi t%.to;Friday, when advent of v •warmer weather e them no longer ^necessary. itoinette Bonnstetter, school e, and who had been in charge fie, fund/reportf expenditures of t 12, -which Wefat 1 for' the foiiow- «,purp6vsefl:^0rocerlee, $87.45; s i, |71.77; l*bbr,, f54.50; Christ- basketfl,' $41.72; - and cooking ^ supplies,'",fl<«8. v " * ' 66 Get riot lunches. )t luncties '"were" served to 65 children daily at the Bryanl school for 11 weeks. , Free mi tie was given to 25 children at the academy for eight weeks, and for a similar period to 15 children at Third Ward and two children at the Lutheran school. Five children in the kindergarten were given orange juice for a semester. Donors are Listed. 'Miss Bonnstetter received $239.45 in donations, of which $45 came from the local Red Cross chapter. The sum of $35.91 was collected in addition from pay cases where children paid for their lunches on cold wintry days. The fund was established sponsored .by Hagg Post of and the Legion. Receipts included $41.43 from a P. T. A. rummage sale; $15 from the Legion Auxiliary; $10 each from Miss M. J. Coate, W. R. C., P. E. O., Algona Ice Cream Factory; $5 each from Mrs. A. Hutchison, T. C. Hutchsion, Campfire girls, Chamber of Commerce, "friends," and the Presbyterian Helping Hand society; $25 from the Rotary club; $7.65 from the V. F. W.; $3.50 from Milton Norton; $2.50 each from Melzar Falkenlminer and J. A. Brownell; $2.20 from Sew and Chat club; $2 from Mrs. F. L. Tribon, and $2 from the Bel Canto club. Christmas Baskets Given. The Christmas basket receipts and disbursements were incorporated in the report, but the funds wefe kept separate and expended separately. There was a balance on hand to start the year of $20.67» and there is a balance left for next year of $18.24. In her report Miss Bonnstetter says: "From the carefree and happy atmosphere of the youngsters during the lunch hour anyone visiting the lunch room at that time left with a feeling of gratitude to all who helped make he prefect possible. Because of the school nurse's many duties she found it impossible to acknowledge all contributions personally." at Annual Meet of C. of C. MORE THAN ; :XPICTED AT THE BANQUET e renz, a m s Meidtke, Steele, Directors. i V ' > i ^ ii. A. L'orenz, Ralpb. Meidtke, W. teele and>jp.**H.> Williams were lied directors 'of \ the Chamber l|ommerce' Tuesday night in an tion where -there ( was but a votes difference '''between the candidate and 'the lowest on ballot. ;They ( <syill serve a 50 -more , had been anticipated, jammed gymnasium at ihe high school the banquet,i;whlch was served ' (uet'grjjup, 1 singing was 'od by i. Rasmusson, school music di- ar, and President Jos. Bloom eiley gave was then Given. Stock, with Rosa- DonliidfMcCorkle and three num- d Algo- by th& Heavy •;|| each ' of the f.the apprecia- r|S£Plpbmaha, was s l^£j&retary Reiley, .3$ei»fltS'of the Cham- gpbjrcjsplfaderBhip in a "it said he >wn was go- back merely TT* » P~'A7Pl.V-.*' v '*'"T'V'ri r '*~ lT f -I • °a -' nni-j. •-••^ e leaders in the cominu- appreciated Jt|hi8 audiences if.such meetings backbone of Am- the forms III m ol- ng jj;'of the future ^e did not apt tendency of l,ye the rearing a nurse or a gin his town imber of the |as an appljca- .jurfew, and one t|he council ad- LT O curfews, one id home the lers and pok- fso they would a home when fin at 9 o'clock. Hecessary, accessary in the ad the problems ifyed are too big 'Jdual. Chambers fejmportant te- fthe basts for „, and direction Acquaintanceship Uden in a coin- peopla a p< jjpse he doesn't establishes a n appreciation pf others natur- aid there Las ge philosophy in is alarpiing to Jjje olde." citizens jirv'.ng the oppor- Egountrr devolves present day to T fore demonstra- ^intensive "drive rtnst those who Tcountry, agains | groups of Inves everyone who of value. Deeded, in everything in orfter to kill a rat in the barn, would burn the barn down. They are mentally blind to the results of their destructive actions, and are affected by hallucinations of their own infallible judgment not 'based on the fundementals which formed and advanced this country, but on untried and unsound theory. The panic of the turn of the century, the, Hoover depression, and the present recession, which Mr.' Wright characterized as all meaning the same thing, were and are all the fault of the people themselves. Instead of trying to spend ourselves out of the trouble we are in we should get our feet on the ground, quit yelling about being abused, and consider for a few moments the advantages we enjoy as compared with the early settler's hardships in the country they built. Profits Are Necessary. Business has a duty to make a profit. If business does not make a profit it fails, and when a business fails those who had stakes in that business go down, capital s well as labor. The one loses ils money and the other his job iompetition in ordinary business vill insure that the profit will not I too great, but every man who las a job should sincerely hope hat the boss does make a "go" of he business because his stake is is job, and a good job is hard to ind. In his report Mr. Reiley men- ioned that there were 21 board of director meetings during the year, if which Mr. Bloom and himself vere the only 100 per cent at- enders. Mr. Reiley also attended ;4 committee meetings, and 28 ither meetings of various organ-t zations in which the Chamber had an interest. Mr. Reiley also noted hat the office spent $93 for pos- age, indicating the correspon- lence, and the business promotion committee spent $1390, or more ban $100 per month. • "Thanhs" Notes Bead. Expressions o'f appreciation ! rom various groups for activities of the Chamber during the year were given, including the gladio- us society, rural mail carriers, railway mail clerks, and others. The gladiolus state show, which .he Chamber is assisting the local society in sponsoring, will be held here in August. The railway mail clerks, through efforts of the Chamber, were enabled to continue residence here when wholesale transfer was threatened and their note of thanks was signed by 12 clerks. The rural carriers lonvention last month was aided by ,the Chamber of Commerce in several ways. A letter from. P. J. Christensen, now vacationing and recuperating from a sinus infection in the west, was also read by Mr. Reiley. STATE SPELLERS SIXTY YEARS WILL BE GUESTS AT BIG BANQUET B, B, TEAM TO SEE FINALS OF STATE TOURNEY County Winners Be Entertained at Younker's. In the spelling contest held here Monday afternoon, Doris Dehnert, Lu Verne, won her way to the county championship and the right to enter the state contest at Des Moines on April 23. Her teacher, Harriet Beatty, will accompany her, and they will attend a banquet at Younker's tea .room™ ; in honor of all county and city cham- the evening before the state -*ONLY TWO CANDIDATES FOR SCHOOL DIRECTOR Only two candidates for school director filed nomination papers Friday, the fjnal day for and Q. D.vSmjmway and filing, L. C. Nugent will be the only names to appear on the ballot. Two positions on the board are; to be filled, and Mr. Shumway is a candidate for reelectiop. Dr. W. D. Andrews, who has served for a number of years, decided not to run .this year, and Mr. Nugent is a candidate for 'his post. With no opposition indicated it is expected that the election will be quiet, with little voting. The annual school election is normally quiet except when 'an issue is presented* Voting will be conducted in the high school building in' the regular room, and the polls will be open in the afternoon. 4 •— New Pastor Coming Early JNext Month Frank Geigel has received word that the new Presbyterian minister, the Rev. C. W. Peiffer, Wilton junction, expects to be ,here in time to preach his initial sermon in Algona on the first Sunday in April. Mr. and Mrs- have three children, two boys a girt. The boys .will eate? the school JJrjidja, bjre,..ajo4 the sir will be in, hgih school. ' : Mildred Simpson, of the Dist. No. 1 school, Whittemore town- hip, won first in oral and third n written. She was defeated in he final round by Miss Dehnert, vho was first in written. Goes to Council Itluffs. Miss Simpson is eligible^for an nterstate contest at Council Bluffs April 29. There will be a banquet at the Chieftan hotel there the ivening of April 28 for all spellers. Eileen Lawrence, Greenwood ;pwnship, won second in written; Donnabelel Haynes, Wesley, was second in oral; and Gladys Smith of Titonka, was third in oral. Judges were Supt. Eldon Ravin, Wesley; Supt. C. A. Hoon, Ti- ;onka; Donna Dooley, Sexton; Harriet Beatty, Lu Verne; Nataie Mann, Uunion; Pearl Christensen, Fenton; and Dorothy Smith, Burt. County Supt. Shirley was .n charge. Dr. R. W. Eaton, Omaha, was acre to conduct the contest, and 3e will also be pronouncing-master for both the state and inter-state ontests. t , Written Test First. The written test was given first, each speller writing 100 words The ten spellers having the highest scores then spelled orally Words missed in the oral contest were: virituous, dexterous, ellipsis, jaundice, inclined, subtrahend resuscitate, _ declarative, venomous and pollination. iSome of the words missed in the written contest were: quarries, aggregation, monetary, sickle, reci- iprooity;, molecule, shady, excej opportunity, intercede, persecute acquiesce, and comparable, pretty stiff words for seventh and eighth graders. Fines are Imposed in Justice Courts Robert G. Hainers, Mason City $2.85 costs Delia Welter |or passing another car on a hill The charge was filed by W. H Steward, constable at Burt. L. R Porter, Mitchell, S, D., was fined a dollar plus $2.85 costs In the Justice Danson's court Monday failing to obey a stop sign. Charg- ' es .uttering worthless checks have been filed by Harris Bros., local gas station, operators ' against Leonard" Schmidt and R. S. John in the Welter court. The checks were for $3. John lives at Burt. Algona Girl Safe in Flood District Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Daughn talked by telephone to their daughter, Helen, a nurse at Santa Monica, Calif., Saturday evening. She was located in one of the flood districts, but her part of the city is not badly flooded. She' reported bridges in the main part of the city all washed out, and there was no railway service. Letters were coming by air mail. The water was starting to subside, and it was hoped that there will be no more Mr. E>aughn la a long was fined $2 plus Tuesday by Justice Jr. C. of C. Will Pay Way Because of Good Record. The Algona basketball team, though losing a bitterly fought game in the district tourney at Mason City, will be on hand at the finals of the state tourney in Des Moines Saurday night. The team and coaches are being sent to Des Moines by the Junior Chamber of Commerce in appreciation of the ^ecord made this year. Algona has won 14 games and lost only, 6. The boys totaled 604 points "during the season to their opponent's 526, or an average of 30-26 per game. They won the county championship and section-1 al tourney, but lost in the finals of the district in an overtime attle with Webster City by two oints. Webster City is a former tate tourney contender and the! .Igonians' snowing was excellent. I Has Had Uphill Battle. ' Algona's team this year has' ought an uphill battle all through ie season, and most of the games ave been won by sheer courage n the last half of the game. Just efore the tourney games Donald Villason, regular guard, came own with the mumps, and Bruce liller, another guard, fell in the igh school building and cracked n elbow, thus putting both out the games. Their places were Free Show to Be Feature of National Used Car Week Here A free show will be given at the Iowa theater Saturday morning, at 9 o'clock only, through courtesy of Manager N. C. Rice as a part of the celebration of the final day of national "Used Car" week, which is being observed in Algona by dealers in new and used cars. Saturday afternoon there will be a parade of used cars between 1:30 and 2 o'clock, and the cars for sale will be parked on Thorington stri-ot between the old postoffice building and the Advance office, where they will be ready for sale. Salesmen from the various firms represented will be on hand to talk to prospective purchasers. National "Used Car" week is sponsored by the auto manufacturers, and the plan was adopted following a conference with President Roosevelt a couple of weeks ago. The recession in the auto industry Is being caused by- stagnation of the used car market, which in turn slowed new car sales. 'It is estimated that there are three used car sales for each i'ew car sold, including trade-ins on the new car and subsequent sales in the chain till the last trade-in is junked. Consequently when used car sales slacken, the sales of new cars are affected three times as much. A speed-up m new car sales would do much to end the recession, administration leaders say. Miller, Clarence Devine, Michel, Junior Long, and DURT—THE SIXTIETH wedding ^* anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Whitehill on Thursday was observed with no special celebration because of Mr. Whitehall's health, except that a group' of their children and grandchildren gave :hem a surprise visit in the evening. Mr. aud Mrs. Whitehill wore married at "West Point, Wis., on March 3, 1878. -Soon afterwards they came to Kossiith county, settling near Irvihgton. Later they lived near Algona and at Bancroft and 42 years ago moved to Burt, where they have since lived. They have four children, Louis T., Los Angeles, Cal., Mrs. J. M, Blanchard and Claude, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Lester Johnson, Bancroft. Mr. _W_hitehill, who is a native of Vermont, is 85 years of age Mrs. Whitehill was born in Wisconsin and ' is 77 years old.—Cut and story from Mason City Globe- Gazette. f aken ably by other members of lie squad. Six of this year's squad will be os't by graduation: Kenneth Lynk, oe McNeil, Robert Muckey, Davd Smith, Wayne Douglas, and )onald Willasson. Juniors are 3ruce loger Wesley Schultz, and Louis Neville s a sophomore. Scoring Records Given. Scoring records for the year's games per man follow: inyk : 207 McNeil 140 Muckey 124 Michel 49 Miller 32 Willason 23 ,ong 10 chultz "11 Devine 5 Douglas '.. 3 Free Throw Records. Made Missed RAPE CHARGE IS BROUGHT AGAINST MINNESOTA YOUTH Lorenzo F. Swenson, 26, of Albert' Lea, Minn., is being held in the Kossuth jail on a charge statutory Tape brought by parents of a 15-year-old Titonka gir with whom Swenson was arrested in an intoxicated condition at Mason City, according to police there „ iSwenson has not yet been given a preliminary hearing, which wil be held before Justice Delia Wei ter, who issued the warrant Swenson was arrested on the charge at Mason City Monday by Sheriff Casey Loss. He had been held in jail there since his arres: last week Wednesday on an intox ication charge. Swenson, it is understood, is waiting to hear from his parents at Albert Lea before going to the preliminary hearing. He has made no plea yet. time, trusted F. S. Norton & 809 employe, Eight Couples Get Licenses to Marry 'Licenses to wed have been is sued since February 28 to eigh couples: Clifford Schrader, Hattie Warda, both of Burt; Alfred Mey er, Whittemore, Leona Dreyer, o Lone Rock; Loren~A. Phelps, Mab ble L. Salisbury, both of Emmets burg; Virvil Jennigs,' Melinda Erdman, both of Algona; Arnol A. Schippers, Margaret Van Os trum, both of Pella; Earl Harvego, Huttingon, Ruth C. Hanson Estherville; Forrest Rike, Rus City, Minn., Ruth Wickstrorn, Pin City, Minn; Emory Kooker, Cylln der, Audrey F. Potter, Algona. Flower Club to Meet The county Flower club wil meet next Monday evening in th library assembly room and A. R Too^h^kre; of the Morningsid infrsery, Sioux City, will be main speaker. Eleanor Frazer will tal" on Shrubs with Winter Berries, • ' ' • Caesareau Section Performed. Mrs. Theodojce Johnson, of Lu Yeme, gave, birth, to a baby Wee aesday morning at the Kossut hospital by Caeearean section. NEW BOARD TO INCORPORATE CHARITY FUND H. W. Miller Named Chairman of New Organization. H. W. Miller was named chairman, and T. C. Hutchison secretary ^-treasurer of the newly organized Algona Charities, which was formed last week to administer funds received from the Charity ball held two weeks ago Monday. The five sponsoring organizot- tions named one trustee each on 'She permanent administrating board as follows: Mr. Miller, from Ktwanis; Mr. Hutchison, from the Junior Chamber of Commerce; G. W. Stillman, from the senior Chamber of Commerce; H. M. Hauberg, from the Rotary club; and M. G. Norton, from Hagg Post of the egion. Adopt New Name. These men met last Thursday and organized and adopted the name Algona Charities. It is expected that the new organization will be incorporated under the 'Benders' Showered With the 'Congrats' of Basketball Fans Coach Agard, West Bend, brother of Burdette T. Agard, Algona Life Insurance salesman, writes that he and the girls on his state championship bask e t b a 11 team have received more telegrams and letters of congratulation than they can answer and so wish this notice published by way of reply and heartfelt thanks. UNIQUE EVENT SCHEDULED AT BURTSATURDAY ACADEMY PUPILS ARE TO PRESENT THREE COMEDIES Popular Program i s to Be Given Next Sunday Night. Next Sunday evening at 8:15 St. Cecelia Academy pupils will present three one-act comedies. Such presentations are annual and have Muckey 31 12 Michel 12 12 Lynk 22 26 Millar 10 9 Willason 11 5 McNeil 45 15 Devine : 2 0 Schultz 1 0 Long _ 2 0 Total 136 79 Was Surprise Team. At Mason City Algona was the surprise team of the tourney and n each game was rated as "underdog". The scrap of the Algo- nians made the team the favorite of the crowds early in the tourney, and in the finals Saturday night Algona, leading almost to the end of the battle, drew the Javor of the crowded gymnasium. The Algonians easily outplayed Webster City except in the open- Ing minutes of the game, and the breaks in the last few minutes of the regular game, and in the overtime period, gave a two-point margin to Webster City 30-28. It has been noted that this was the only finals game in. the entire group of district tourneys in the state which was so closely fought. Athletics on Upgrade. Algona's teams this year, not only basketball and football, but in other lines as well, have shown a scrap and spirit that was lacking in some past seasons, and this feeling is again putting Algona in a sports spotlight enjoyed by the teams in years gone by. Algona's teams were rated as always dangerous, no matter the odds, and it is this regained spirit under the expect coaching that has been given by Berger and Findley in the two major sports, which has led Algonians to again take great interest and pride in the school's athletic contenders. Sullivan to Head Meet at Ft. Dodge Postmaster W. W. Sullivan will preside at a meeting of postmasters of the Eighth congressional disrtict at the Warden hotel at Fort Dodge next week Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. Matters regarding the postal' service and legislation desired by postal employes will be discussed. One of the main topics for discussion 1 is the plan to bring fourth class postmasters under a salary instead of a commission basis. At present these postmasters are paid according to the number of pieces canceled by the /office. There are five such postofflces In the county: St. Benedict, Sexton, Lone Rock, Gerled and Irvington. * ' '—— lowe to be Speaker.- J. D, Lowe is to be speaker at » meting of the LU Verne Bvisi ese Men's club Monday evening. puts the organization to pense, and orgaization. After a discussion articles of incorporation are to be drawn been popular in the calendar of -dance of the public is invited. The program follows: STUDENT DAYS. Richard Belden, young medical up, and were to be presented a t! atUQen t, Claude Ostwinkle. a meeting of the group last night 1 Tom Harrl s, his roommate, Rob- for action, Plans the first of the ert . Koolhaas. _ week included a rotating board : ~ Aunt Jane, wealthy aunt, Mary of trustees, to be named for two- E - Van Allen. year terms, three to be named one Aunt Clara, also wealthy aunt, year, and two the next. The pres- Maxine Capesius. ent five organizations retain pow- Florence, friend of the boys, er to name one trustee each as Norma Paine. the term of each organization's Lil - her cnum, Elaine Kinsey. representative ended. $485 Balance left. Receints THE OID PINTER PLACE. Phineas Pinter, Roland Bode. Mrs< phlne a s Pinter, Martha Platt. their son> Florlan Neu - and await complete of the group. It is nurse, as requested by the donors. Expenses of the Charity ball totaled $171.49, which leaves a total sum of $435.51 as the initial fund for the organization. Full details of how the money is to be expended have not yet been worked out, organization expected however that those wishing funds for a charitable purpose shall make a complete written request, with what is termed as a case history, to the board for action. This request will be taken up at board meetings at stated intervals, or in the case of emergencies, can be handled by a telephone meeting if necessary. , Limited to Children. The limitation that the funds will be spent only for relief of underprivileged children is also expected to be adopted. County, city, ex-service, and other char- ty and poor relief is expected to continue its care of the indigent as heretofore, and the view is taken that the new fund was designed for those necessary expenses above the ordinary care of the poor. Mr. Stillman and Mr. Hutchison were named as a committee to audit, the expenses of the Charity ball and Issue checks on the fund. Both the new board and the original executive board of the Charity ball, which was composed of the heads of the five sponsoring organizations, voted expressions of sincere thanks to the various committees which did the work on the Charity ball, and particularly to Antone Johnson, who as head of the committee on ticket sales, devoted practically his entire time for two weeks toward making the event a financial success. Nancy Boynton, Pauline Zender. Fritz, Terrence's brother, James Usser. )swald Eastman, Vernon Nelson. Jolly Eastman, Frances Zitterich. Orchestration, St. Cecelia's Orchestra. DEAR LADY BE BRAVE. Dr. Clark, young physician .Gerald Frankl. Mr. William Tandy, bachelor, Michael Stoffel. Miss Sweet, unattached young lady of 23, Ruby Murtha. kliss Montgomery, unattached lady of 23, Evelyn' Eischeid. Miss MeLendon, unattached young ady of 23, Betty Kohlhaas. ?ungus, janitor in medical office, flobert Bode. Junior Chamber Tonight. The Junior Chamber of Commerce will have a dutch lunch at the Legion hall tonight. E<Jw. Han- efcn will have charge of the program. All Women of County Invited for Day's Sessions. Old brides, young brides, future brides, golden wedding brides R brides of the yesteryear, brides of today and tomorrow, brides from "Sweet Sixteen" to 99, even just potential brides who have given np hope of the real status—in short, all interested or merely curious- women—are invited to "atten« school" at Burt this week Saturday—a "School for .Brides." The idea for such "schools" IB now sweeping the country, and this one is sponsored by the county federation of woman's clubs-. led by its enterprising and indefatigable president, Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore. The meeting place will be the assembly room in the Burt schools building. The program follows: FORENOON 10:00—Oh Promise Me, solo, Eugenia Kriethe. Accompanied by Mrs. Paul Kriethe, Burt . A bride of yesterday promenades; heirloom gown loaned by Mrs. A. McCarthy. 10:15—The Spiritual Side of Married Life, Dr. Earl Roadman f president of Morningside college, Sioux City. 11:15—The Physical Aspects of Married Life, Dr. Ruth Wolcott, Spirit Lake; courtesy The Iowa Medical society. 11:50—Lunch, hot dish served by Burt Woman's club; milk contributed by Algona Creamery for all 4-H clubs. AFTERNOON 12:45—Same introduction as in. morning session; Dreaming, Fenton 4-H club chorus. 12:50—Linens: It is smart to have a Hope Chest, Mrs. Al Staehle, Burt, Mrs. Woodward. Linen exhibit courtesy of Mrs. G. Davis, head of advertising, Younker's, Des Moines; facts from Con- / sumer's Research. 1:20—The Bride's China and Silver, Mrs. A. B. Schenck, Algona. Silver exhibit courtesy of Borchardt's drug store; booklets contributed by Household Finance. Chicago; facts from Consumer's Digest, also Research. 1:50—How to Get Your Money's Worth When Buying Furniture, representative of Kroehler, cour^ tesy Foster Furniture store, Algona. 2:30—Talk, Mrs. Ben fodd, Ida Grove, division of home-making-, American Home department, Iowa- 'tate Federation. 2:50—Thrift, an essential in Married Life, Mrs. W. S. Pritchard, Garner, vice chairman, homemaking, American Home Department, Iowa Federation; thrift chart from Good Housekeeping. 3:10—Question, box on talks ot he day. 3:35—What the spring bride wllf ivear; models from 4-H clubs; music by Mrs. Kriethe; suits and afternoon dresses, courtesy of Tha ihrischilles Store, Algona; knit dresses, coats, lingerie, courtesy o£ hristensen's, Algona; hats from. Hat Shop; house dresses for all occasions, courtesy Kresensky's, Algona. 4:00—Wedding recessional, Mrs. Kriethe. The 4-H club girls of the county will be'guests of the county club 'ederation. Memory hooks'will be assembled by the Algona Chamber of Commerce. Chairman and presiding officer, Mrs. Woodward; Schenck, Mre. of Burt Worn- assistants, Mrs. Staehle, president an's club. Winter Again, But Doesn't Last Long; Streets are Clear Temperatures in the last week showed a return of winter weather from last Thursday till" Monday Two inches of snow fell Thursday morning and remained on the ground till Tuesday. A high temperature of 51 degree was re- jorded last week Tuesday, when VTarch "came in like a lamb", but ;he mercury failed to climb above freezing from Thursday till Monday. The record for the week follows: March 1 51 March March March March, March March March, 43 30 27 27 30 38 38 27 29 23 24 16 10 21 20 .22 Buling on Cora Loans, The Community Credit Corpora tion has notified the local office .that no loans dated, later than March 31 will be accepted for 50c corn loans- Therefore molstur< tests on com sealed must be in t the local office before Mftrch 31, acpor4tog to H. J. BMe, of CHANGE TO BE MADE ON OLICE'FOeCE APRIL 1 A change in the police force la anticipated for April 1 when R. H. Valentine, who has been third man for a number of months, will eave the force. Mr. Van Alstyne s day marshal with chief's rating, and Arthur Moulds has been named as second man . Mayor Specht said yesterday he has not .vet decided on the third man's position, to replace Valentine. It is indicated that Cecil McGlnnis, who on. occasions in the past has served as special officer, iously tion. considered is being ser- for the posi* "Sioux" Time Changed. The evening Milwaukee "Sioux", fast train to Chicago, will leave an hour later beginning Sunday. There will be no change In the arrival time of the morning train, which is due here at 6:12 a. m, The new night leaving time i£ 8: $T \ instead of 7:57. Another School ,.,,. . The Ugh school boys aad glee clubs will glxe & free,

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