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so, tn c - r w*" 00 * part 6t the week; tetter part; -temper- n<*.r or. Mow nor- lime 37 ALGONA, IOWA, THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL 28, 1938 8 Pages 64 Columns Number 32 ORN ACREAGE ALLOTMENTS OUT HAGG POST TO BACK JUNIOR LEGION BASEBALL TEAM vma . Tuesday's session of 3S t will be devoted to Jun,„„ baseball, and the com- fiwned recently by Com- 1 1 C. Nugent will, have Inf'thc program. The com- imembers are 0. S. Relley, owing, A. H Borchardt, •Watts, F- L- MdMahon, Leo Spilles, O. W. Erickson, John Beiser, E. F. Kiusey, Marvin Kaln, and John Foth. Junior baseball, under Legion sponsorship, has grown in some sections of the state into a major sport, and the success of the Bancroft junior team, which won tho state title one year, and played in the finals two other years, is an example o£ the team spirit and play which has been developed by boys in many towns. Organization of an Algona team was effected for two years, and it is expected that a team will be organized this year. Equipment coaching nud management will be supplied by the Legion post. Also to be discussed at the meeting Tuesday night will be the annual observance of Memorial day, and committees will be named to take charge of the Legion's part in the day's events. It Is hoped that a larger representation of Legion members in the parade, the church services, and other events, may be had this year. 'esiling Given $267.50 by Jury for Damages in Assault IDIGT GIVEN fER 4 HOURS [DELIBERATION Based on Beat- |g at Lu Verne in October. I (jury at 8:30 o'clock last (brought in a verdict of ) damages for Otto Westling, lad brought suit against Wal- ;nt. Mr. Westling had claim- to $4176.25 1^ his original nded petitions. Glaus De|was foreman. , one form of verdict was Itted to the jury. by Judge 1, and that was in favor of the iff, but leaving the amount gcs blank. . ; ault and battery cases ex- ing circumstances can be only in mitigation of all i of damages. Circumstances, REWRITES Briefs summarizing principal news in Tuesday's Upper Des Moines. cuse physical violence. The i instructions set out $17.50 Ktor bills which could be al- j. It is evident that the jury M250 actual damages to this pt to reach the sum returned t verdict. [district court jury was still Irattng last night on trial of Tnage case brought by Otto Jing, of Lu Verne, against |r Hunt Jr., also of Lu Verne. lase was given to the jury at •yesterday afternoon. lal was started Tuesday morn- flien the jury was drawn, ied of Fred Brand, Lakota, DeBoer, Wesley; Henry . Bancroft; Alfred Peter- Isona; Joe Schaller, West i Bernard Scrauth, Wesley; B Lnrlstenson, Burt; Mary Co,*' W> Rofl dinger, Wesley; 1 1 Ridge, Swea City; and Nel- pbvire, Algona. • Based on Beating. B case was based on a beat- received by Westling at the •of Hunt October 30 in the M ^ ch arged that" Hunt -him * , without Aiming, aim at least five blows on 11 and then kicking him • was down, efense admitted that Hunt nng on the head twice, but lh«IT e was an y Woking ronbt m ?, Ee - In ml «gation of ™we the defense claimed a ",1, i g had been spreading slanderous statements con- '8 Hum's father. ie stand it was developed •two families lived within e of miw of eaon - oth 0 Fight Witnesses. night of the trouble »as m the beer kiSS* out the were was if ed ou ty a moment, an/ ttended b y the parlor i in h an <>ther customer. '. ™ «« meantime, it was to •the ue Wante <* to plead to without an infor could ir man" •^MKs^ Tiede |S*^Ct Bad, K,7hVi heKlcondlti on of Mr. 1 no iR K1 years old. was Tllns* Ti FUNERAL SERVICES for Anna Helmers, 71, who died Saturday, were conducted Tuesday by Pastor Braner at the Trinity Lutheran church. Born in Germany, she had lived here in 1926. Her parents brought her to America when she was a baby, and the family settled at Benson, 111. She married Korgen Helmers in 1894, and they farmed in Illinois till 1916, after which they farmed near Estherville till 1916, then near Whittemore a year before coming here. Mr. Helmers died in 1930. There are 11 children, of whom Harm, Henry, Helmer, Reagus, Riner, John, Mrs. John Gronbach, and Mrs. Vern Scobba live here, and Mrs. John Helmers and Mrs. Charles Wagner, at Burt. There arei.22 grandchildren. THE K. C.'S PLAIT initiation of 26 here Sunday. The day will begin with 8:30 mass, and the first degree will be conferred before j dinner, second and third in the afternoon. The Anderson hall will be used. The women will serve a aanquet at the academy at 6. J. D. Lowe will be toastmaster. C. H. Ostwinkle, grand knight, J. J. Meyer, Carroll (candidate for the democratic nomination for U. S. senator?), Ray Conley, state K. C. secretary, and Lawrence Brennan, Emmetsburg, district deputy, will be on the program. THE S. & L. department store organization, Minneapolis, has leased the former Christensen Bros, quarters. Work on repairs has been begun, and it is hoped the building will be ready by July. Geo. L. Miller has the main contract, Pratt the wiring. The plumbing is yet to be let. Offices on the second floor will face a central court which will serve as a waiting room. FUNERAL SERVICES for T. J. Kenefick, 70, father of Dr. J. N. Kenefick here and brother of the late Dr. M. J. Kenefick, Algona, were held yesterday at Eagle Grove. He died Sunday of pneumonia at a St. Paul hospital. He was a druggist and for the last few years had been postmaster. His widow and eight children survive. LUTHER FAIRBANKS, of Burt, has joined the army at Kansas City as lieutenant in the air corps. He was graduated from the air school at Kelly field, San Antonio, Tex., and was in the air service two years, since which he had been farming near Burt. He will be locate'd at Shreveport, La. He has a wile and three children. THE ROTARY CLUB served as "daddy" to a new club at Estherville at a charter presentation banquet last week week Thursday evening. More than 70 Algonians attended, and the total attendance was 180, seven or eight other neighboring clubs sending delegations. THE COURTHOUSE BOWLEBS won the championship in the season just closed at Barry's. Titonka and Skelly tied for second place, and Irvington, Phillips, Wesley, Flowers, Burt, the Jr. C. C., and Lu Verne ranked in the order named. A DRAKE UNIVERSITY group will give a free musical concert at the high school auditorium next •Monday as a part of national music week. The Algona Woman's club is sponsoring the event. L, M, MEHRITT, Algona undertaker, has announced candidacy for coroner on the republican ticket against Dr. R. A. Evans, (Jemocrratlc incumbent. Mr. Merritt is a former coroner. THE EVENJNG SIOUX going east now leaves at 7:57 and reaches Chicago at 7:25 a. m. times in the tlw trouble. petition, but this was attacked With medical testimony by the defense. The case drew a large number of spectators, mostly from the LU Verne neighborhood, and at one time during the trial, when testimony bordered pa the humorous, Jijdge HeaH cautioned the spectators agates* un4w laughter. H. B. White represented Westling »ad L, 8. Llmgnjij^ represented punt. 'SPRING DANCE; SENIOR PLAY, IN REHEARSAL To Be Presented at Auditorium Next Week Friday. The annual class play, which this year is "Spring Dance," will be given a week from tomorrow night at the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock under direction of David Phillips. The cast has been working for several weeks at polishing dialog for the various scenes, A review of the play and cast follows: "'Much of it is swell. It tosses off dialog that cannot be beaten in the land. You are bound to receive an evening of supreme importance in the theater.' This is the way the New York Times describes 'Spring Dance,' the play chosen by seniors. When a newspaper that views scores of plays each season writes this in review, it must be good. The Plot in Brief. "The play takes place in a girls' school in the east, and deals with the attempt of several girls, played by Enid Fuller, Marorie Phillips, Mildred Pratt and Meredith Richardson, to 'get' the boy friend of one of their roommates, Maxine Larson. "Jack Long is the boy friend, with other male visitors for the week-end played by Richard Keeue, Ted Chrischilles, Harold Banwart, and Everett Black. Richard Norton is a professor, Louise Smith, the housemother, and Gayle Shackelford the maid. Funniest at Grlnnell. "The dialog is fast and clever, with enough college atmosphere to add zest. It was proclaimed by many as the funniest play in many years when given at Grlnnell college last spring. Iowa university gave it as part of a dramatic program this fall. "Tickets for adults are 30 cents and will be on reserve at James drug store May 5 and 6. Student tickets are 20 cents and will be sold at the school Tuesday and Wednesday. Wednesday." Two Mail Carriers Effect Jobs Trade Stanley E. Johnson, city mail carrier, will move, with his family, to Magnolia, Minn., this week Saturday, and Helbert Long, Magnolia mail carrier, with his wife and two-year-old son David, will come to occupy the Johnson home here. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have two .daughters, Dorothy and Elizabeth Ann, six and four years old. Mr. Johnson has had some heart trouble, besides rheumatism in his feet, and so will try rural route delivery, at which he can ride Instead of walk. Mr. Long, on the other hand, wanted a city route, hence a trade was effected. ./ Mrs. Peters, Burt, Weds Bancroft Man Mrs. Helen (W. T.) Peters, Burt, nee, Barrickman, and John Recker, Bancroft, were married this morning (Thursday) at the Catholic church at Bancroft. Mr. Recker operates a recreation parlor at Bancroft. Charles Barrickman, of the Algona creamery, is a brother of Mrs. Peters. C. C. Plans Dutch Lunch. The first Country club ".Dutch" luncheon this season is announced for next week Thursday evening. The club's new "pro", Harold Lauber, gave his opening free lesson for women yesterday morning, and attendance was good. The grounds are in excellent condition for play. ' Bowlers to Fort Dodge, The Courthouse bowling team will go to Fort Dodge this week Friday night to play a courthouse .team there, champions in a tournament. The local team won the championship of a county league which finished the season in the Barry b%8emen,t lft»J week. WHITTEMORE GIRL IN SPELLDOWN AT DESM Mildred Simpson, runnerup in the county spelling contest, made a good showing in the "state contest at Des iMoines Saturday. She stayed up till the tenth round in the written contest, finally going down on the word, "eligible." She remained in the oral contest longer, but missed the word "subsid- ian" (which hasn't been found in Webster's). Miss Simpson and her teacher, Warcella Fandel, Whittemore, attended a banquet at the Younker .ea room Friday evening, given in honor of all local champions. Mildred's father, J. W. Simpson, took Mildred and her teacher to Des Homes. ' Doris Dehnert, Lu Verne, Kos- iuth champion, was unable to take part in the contest due to a setback from a recent appendicitis operation which required return to a Fort Dodge hospital. If she is aJb'le .this week Friday, she and Miss Simpson may attend an interstate contest at Council Bluffs. "* ' , No 'Recession' Here in Sales of Autos CLUB LEADERS ATTEND SCHOOL AT BANCROFT Miss Forbes, of Ames, Conducts All-Day Meeting. Seventeen new automobiles have been sold In Kossuth in the last week, which (boosts the total for Aipril to 59. Buying new Fords were M. H. Falkenhainer, John Dreesman, Algona; A. H. Guerdet, Armstrong; Andrew Rlsius, Buffalo Center; Mary J. Welhousen, Raymond Bartlett, Titonka; Thos. Murphy, Lone Rock; Russell Shipler, Burt; and John N. Kollosch, Whittemore. 'Louis B. Lickteig, Wesley, and O. R. Jensen, Lone Rock, bought Chevrolets; Clyde Bristow, Burt, a De Soto; A. J. Christensen, Swea City, a Buick; J. M. Cox, Algona, a Dodge; Walton Owens, Swea City, a Hudson; and Charles F. Fritz, Algona, a Plymouth. * Dentists to Attend Davenport Meeting Doctors H. M. Olson, Karl R. Hoffman, L. G. Baker, Harry McCorkle, and C. D. Schaap will attend a state dental association convention at Davenport from Monday till Friday next week. Doctor Olson will be one of five to vote from this the Mason City district. He will also conduct a clinic Wednesday on The Relation of Labial Frenum in Children to Esthetics. In other words, he will discuss the method of removing the small growth of skin in the middle of the upper jaw which sometimes prevents teeth from, growing close enough together. • Mrs. Speraw Plans an Ice Cream Shop Frances Siperaw is having equipment installed in the half of the Heise estate building next north of the Coffee Shop for a 'homemade ice cream shop. The place is two doors north of the Iowa theater. The shop will have counter and delivery service and will specialize in "giant" malted milks. The opening is to • be announced next week. Algona Farm Girl to Teach at L. R. Mary Gisch, who now teaches the primary grades at Pioneer, has accepted a position at Lone Rock for next year, and will teach the third and fourth grades there in* stead of'first and second, as now, She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Gisch, Union* township, and is a graduate of the Lone Rock high school. ;.. » '....' Four Permits to Wed. Licenses to wed were issued last week to Herbert G. French, of Lu- Verne, Bernadine M. Barnes, Algona; Frank Grant, Mandelian Foer- toch, both of Wesley; Elmer J. 'Seward, Boston, Minn, Kathryn Walker, 'Mankato; John. Recker, Bancroft, Mrs. Helen (W, T.) Peters, Burt. ^_^^ Algonlan loses Grandfather. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Steele were called to Orange City Sunday by news of the sudden death of a Mr. Eanderstoup, 86, grandfather of Mrs, Steele. Mr. Steele returned Monday, Mrs. Steele remaining for fro funeral Drunk Driver Will Lay Out Fine In Jail FIVE TRUCKERS PAY OVERLOADING FINES State highway patrolman made a record haul one day last week, when they caught five ' truckers driving with overloads, i. e., carrying more than their license called for. Patrolman West made two of the By Rachel Becker. 'Twenty-five Kossuth club leaders, committee members, and 4-H girls attended a third training school lesson at the Bancroft schoolhouse Tuesday. Florence tForlbes, home furnishing specialist from Ames, had charge of all-day sessions. She talked on accessories for girls' rooms and told how to increase storage space in a room by improvising a closed closet, constructing window seats, adding chests, rearranging closet space, etc. •Miss Forbes led a discussion on flower arrangements and winter bouquets. She cautioned against •painting milkweed pods, gourds, etc., saying that it is considered better taste to use bouquets in their natural form. Miss Forbes also discussed the growing of "yams" in water to producing indoor plants, but added, "Don't forget to throw your winter bouquet away in the spring." Furniture Refinishing Discussed. The refinishing of furniture was another topic. Miss Forbes advised paint on soft wood, but oil, wax, shellac, or varnish, on hard wood. A demonstration on the caning of chairs and reseating with Hong- Kong grass was given. Mrs. Edward Hansen, Algona, explained a proposed Centennial pageant, sent out by the Iowa historical society. She said it was to •be presented at the fair grounds on July 4, and she asked that as many 4-H boys and girls in the county as possible take part. Many in Attendance. In attendance at the meeting were committee members Mrs. 'Ray Miller, Buffalo township; Mrs. Arden Reynold, Grant; Mrs. Chas. Osborn, Seneca; .Mrs. A. B. 3chenck, Union; Mrs. Emma Gutknecht, Ledyard; Mrs. A, L. Brown, Algona; Mrs. Jerry Heetland, Ledyard; leaders—Mrs. G. G. Pefferman and Mrs. C. C. Inman, Bancroft Busy Pals; Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs, John Bleich, Buffalo Boosters; Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf, Portland Peppy Pals; Mrs. Emil Larson, Swea Spirits of Service; Mrs. Will Weisbrod and Lorena Dryer, Fenton Forwards; Mrs. Ralph Brown, Cresco Chums, Mrs. Carl Eibert and Mrs. Fred Kollasch, Whittemore Whizzers; Margaret Reding and Mrs. Lawrence Kusch, from a newly organized club, the Letts Creek Lassies. Four-H girls in attendance were Loretta Kisch, Whittemore; Elizabet Ann Inman, Bancroft; Ruby Berg and Luclle Rath, Swea; and Ruth Meine, Lotts Creek. Mrs. Thomas Trenary, Portland, was a guest. * Father Maynard is New Ledyard Priest Ledyard, Apr. 26 — The Rev. Father Maynard, once priest at Algona, was installed as pastor of the Sacred Heart Catholic church here Sunday evening, with the following priests officiating: Mason, Emmetsburg; McEvoy, Rutland; Scholtes ,and Grady, Bancroft; Mallinger, Algona; Father Ayrshire, Armstrong. Father Scholtes recited the Rosary, and Father Mason gave the sermon. The benediction of the Blessed Sacrament closed the service, which was attended by members of the parish. Wesley Lad in Fall Down Cellar Stairs Wesley, Apr. 26—Jimmy 6, son of the J. T. Meurers, returned to school in the first grade Tuesday, after having had to stay at home since Saturday morning when he was injured in a fall down the cellar, steps at his home. He was unconscious 2% hours. His mother, who was tending the furnace fire when he fell, saw'his heels kick up. A doctor was called and Jimmy.was put to bed. No serious after-effects have appeared, and he seemed completely recovered by Tuesday. • + Conservation Meet Dated for Tonight The Algona unit of the county conservation league will meet at the Legion hall Monday night at 8 o'clock. The program will be a report of fopc and crow hunts to date by Ralph Mie.dke. Five reels of moving pictures will be shown, two of which, are of Doctor Hlg- gins, Mason City, and; Charles Clapsaddlfl, Corwith, on a crow hunt; two on other sports; and the fifth, a comedy. The meeting is called 'by Ray McCorkle, president of the and Harry N. Rouse, both of Spencer, with overloads. Both pleaded guilty before Justice Danson and were fined $5 plus $2 costs each. Martin Griese, Bancroft, was arrested by Patrolman Nelson King and was fined $5 plus $2. Floyd Hayek, Clear Lake, was arrested by Patrolman Cooney, charged with overload of a big semi-truck. Hayek was fined $100, $75 of which was suspended, providing a proper license was secured. A charge of overload against Albert Thomas, Council Bluffs, is Ernest Haack, of Fenton, J«di tt VMTStrJj ^0^" Y^ ""*" ^° ° f th6 court following a plea of guilty an '- eS - t - S> char S in e Chester Nelson to a charge of driving while intoxicated. Haack indicated that he expected to lay a portion of the fine out in jail, and he will serve at the rate of $3 per day. He was taken back to jail following the sentence. Haack was arrested Monday afternoon by officers following complaint by George Mahoney, of Algona, that Haack's car had sideswiped the Mahoney car on No. 44 some four miles south of Fentou. Officers drove to Fenton immediately, and after a search found that Haack's car had gone off the road a couple of miles after hitting the Mahoney car, and . had crashed into a fence, where it was damaged so it could not be operated. Plaack was brought to Algona, and after he sobered up Tuesday morning he asked to plea guilty, and get his sentence over with. No one was injured .in the car crash, but the left hand side of each car was badly damaged. EM'BURG WINS IN H, S, TRACK MEETJUESDAY Algona Finishes 3rd in Meet With Only 37 Points. The high school track team was in third place in the meet at Britt Tuesday afternoon, Emmetsburg taking first on 70 points; • Britt pending in Danson's court and may be heard tomorrow. SPRING F, B, PRACTICE TO CLOSnODAY Schedule is Already Out for Eight Games Next Fall. High school football coach Berger will' complete spring football season today with last practice. The coach has had 25 men out during the last two weeks for intensive drill on blocking, tackling, passing, and pass receiving. The spring season has proven .successful and hopes for an excel lent team next fall are good. The schedule for next year calls for six conference games, with Iowa Falls the only conference . -,.-*• ~school not on the Algona. list. Out- are on file for release. The pres- IS 16 PERCENT BELOW 7-YEAR CROPPING BASE Oats Acreage Cut is 3 Per Cent for the Crop Year. Notice of corn and general soil depletion acreage alottments were sent out the first of the week for the south eight townships of the county by the county committee, and the balance will be sent out this week so that every farmer in the county will have an official apportionment. •Each farmer has 15 days from the date on which his notice was postmarked to come before the county committee and protest or show cause if he wishes his acreage changed in any way. In the past most of the protests have been technical, based on incorrect figures, and it is anticipated that this year there will be no protests except where there was an error in figuring. Corn Base 1C Per Cent. The base this year is 16 percent less corn acreage and 3 percent less general or small grain acreage than the base established during the period from. 1930 to the present according to figures in the old AAA and the present soil conservation records. The "general" division of the allotment in this section of the country deals mostly with oats, or other small grains, and in this county particularly the most reduction caused in this division is in the oats crop. However the percentage is so small that it is not a hardship. The corn acreage has the biggest elasi. Corn is Still Sealed. Up to yesterday not a single crib of corn which-had been seal- id during the winter season has ieen released, and no applications of-conference games will be Four will be which Muckey was fourth. Tomorrow the locals go to Humboldt for a meet with- Humboldt and Livermore, and next week Tuesday the Algonians take part in a North Central conference meet at Clarion. on Radio Program. The Tama school faculty broadcast over WOI, Ames, Wednesday evening at 5:30, and Doris Long, who teaches there, gave a musical reading. Her parents are Grocer a.nd Mrs, A. L, L<ong here. 5ept. 23—Emmetsburg, there. Sept. 30—Clear Lake, there. October 7—Spencer, here. T - as ' *"*««| •*-** mjO Lynk finished third in the high Buchannan. )ctober 28—Clarion, there. November 3—Eagle Grove, here. November 11—Humboldt, here. In the backfleld Coach Berger will have Junior Long, LeRoyLes, Roger Michel, Lou and Jim Nev- lle, Robert Ditsworth, Bob Sigsbee, Bruce Miller, and Russell hurdles, and in the mile Lund won third; Crapser, third. Willasson won third in the 100-yd. dash; Jr. Long, third in the 440-yd doeh. won In the line, at the ends, will be *loyd Spear, Julius Bass, Kenneth Holmes, Earl Zeigler, and Howard Sarchett. In tackle position will be pole vault Bob Conklin, Jesse Reynolds, John the high jump, in Kohlhaas, Frank Green, or Dur- wood.Helberg. Guards will be picked from Clar- mce Deyine, Bob Deal, Eugene Van Alstyne, and Dale Ehrhardt. Captain Lyle (Toughy) Anderson Eighth Grade Tests Set for Next Week Some 250 rural students will write state eighth grade examinations next week Thursday and Friday throughout the county. They will write in the towns nearest their schools, but the largest number will write at the Bryant schoolhouse here. Tests will be geography, „ Pupils who failed in February "exams" in history, spelling, music, physiqlogy, and reading, will have a chance to rewrite. * given in arithmetic, civics, and grammar. Lu Verne Farms Get R. E. A. Electricity Lu Verne, Apr, 26 — Farmers near here who signed up with the REA and have completed wiring now have electricity. 'The service was turned on late last week. At one place, it is said, more than two kilowatts were used the first night—just trying out the lights. Power is supplied by a plant at Reeves. A plant near Pocahontas which will eventually serve local farm customers pleted. is not yet com- Algona Girl to Be Teacher at Carson Evelyn Smith, daughter of Mrs. Clyde Smith, has accepted a position as music instructor in the Carson high school, near Council Bluffs. She will be graduated this spring from the State Teachers college. Miss Smith is a 1934 graduate of the^ Algona high school, and she was most outstanding girl in her class. Her father, the late C. J. Smith, operated what is now the Dahlhauser pool hall. Comes Visiting Via Plane. j Verne, Apr. ?6—E. g. Eao . -. Jght Mrs. Bno from Fort Dodge by plane Monday - remained tor a visit at her mother gion Mrs, Josephine Scrfn«r'f. -"" home games, and The schedule second, 57; and Algona, 37. ••••• »*• *»""j The locals won .firsts in discus our wil1 be away. and javelin, and won several sec- ollows:' onds. The meet was the first of the season for the locals. A few of the . _,. , „,..„. team went to Cherokee Saturday, October 14—Webster City, there. but did not qualify for competi- October 21—Hampton, here. Muckey won first in javelin with 142.3 feet. McNeil was nosed into third when a Emmetsburg boy threw it only two inches farther than McNeil's throw. McNeil won first in the discus, Lynk taking third. ui.-uuinei fcjiiue games will D6 i^* t *«-o uj. ^um, m LUG neignuor— against Emmetsburg and Spencer. hood of 44 cents, is less than the "KVm-r twill >»r» Vin-rvin rvn<vMA« 3 SCallTlS 1 TiTHnp l"Vf Kft nan-fa mrn-n •mt-i.V ealing price of 50 cents, even with he sealing charge deducted. So far there are 683 cribs under eal in Kossuth county, contain- ng 659,487 bushels of corn, on Hrhich the loans total $329,743.50. lealing started in December, and here have been a few cribs, seal- d recently. The final date for ealing was originally set at April , but at that time the closing date was postponed indefinitely, hence -;orn may still be sealed. Unless there is a marked in- :rease in price which will enable he farmer to sell his corn at a irofit and pay off the loan the rovernment agencies to which the iorn loans were made will take it >ver November 1 just before the 938 crop begins to reach the market. will be assisted at center by Russell Thorpe and Walter Gorman.' Rotarians 'Dad' of New Club at Britt Most members of the Rotary club and their Anns will go to Britt next week Wednesday night 'or a charter banquet inaugrating i new Rotary club there of which ;he local club is "Daddy" through ?. B. Timm, telephone manager lere. A delegation from Algona was to attend inauguration of a new Spirit Lake club last night the Emmetsburg club being "Daddy." The local, club has so far fathered three clubs—Forest City some years ago; Estherville last week; and now Britt. "Daddy" of ';he Algona club 16 years ago was :he Fort Dodge club. Wesley Girl First in Typing Contest Wesley, Apr. 27—June Havsrly, who, with two others in the Britt unior college, competed for honors in a district typing contest at Northwood Saturday, won first over all and will have the honor of representing the district in a state contest at Des Moines May 14. Mrs, jr. L. Haverly, her moth- accompanied Academy Ball Team Loses at Fort Dodge The St. Cecelia's baseball team ilayed the academy at Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon, but lost, 5-4. There were eight innings. Representing Algona were Rodney Gilbride, catcher; Leonard Seipman, >itcher; Merton Eichem, Ib; Billy iVatts, 2b; Vernon Nelson, ss; fames Watts, 3b; outfielders— Quinten Dodds, Klein Kajewski. Robert Bode substituted for Ka- ewski in the last inning. er, and Mary Lou her to Northwood. Scanlang lose Mother. Doctors F. C. and C. J, Scanlan received news at 1:30 a. m. Tuesday that their mother,, Mrs. D. J. Scanlan, Rock Valley, had died. They left at once for Rpck Valley and their wives followed yesterday. Junior Chamber Tonight. .. r —„,, The Junior Chamber qf ,Cv«*;, and she meroe will meet tonight at the Le- A. »rftgP|m fe promUed, ahmAn+a T ^ >nt price of corn, in the neighbor- MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 140-160 f7.00-7.25 Best light butch., 160-180 $7.25-7.50 3est light butch., 180-220 $7.60 3est light butch., 220-250 $7.50 rted. hvy., 250-270 $7.35 tfed. heavy, 270-290 $7.25 tied, heavy, 290-325 $7.15 Butchers, 325-350 $7.00 Butchers, 350-400 $6.80 Packing sows, 275-350 $6.70 Packings sows, 350-400 $6.60 Packing sows, 400-500 $6.50 CATTLE banners and cutters $2,75-3.75 Veal calves Is.OO^.OO 1 Stock steers $5.00r7.00 Fat yearlings $6.00-6.75 Fat steers $6.50-7.50 Bulls $4.50-5.50 Fat cows 4.00-5.00 GRAIN No. 3 mixed corn 42c No. 3 white corn 43%c No. 2 white corn 45%c No. 3 yellow corn !..42%c No. 2 yellow corn 44%o No. 2 white oats EGGS Hennerys _ _-17c No. No. Cask cream- No. 1 No. 2 -17c _13c -26o -?4fl Fox Hunters Bagging: Paps. St. Benedict, Apr. 86—Fox hunt- ters have been busy in the neigh- ,^_,,,.,. borhood, and it Is reported that Hens, over 5 Ibe, J4c they have dug out several dens Hens, * to 5 Ibs. lie and captured nearly 50 pups. Boys Hens, under 4 libs, ,_llc here are trapping pocket-gophers Leghorn hnna 11« Leghorn -------------- ,llc -------------Cooke, under 4% _,_ ----------- 6c Cocks, over 4^

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